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

 - Class of 1959

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" N' .l4P 3' ,. , H4 vf 'tl-2' " 9-Q,3f'jK4, , 'ag . xfml'-'et 2 Q Y rw i- is 'gif ' . W lf mf V 4? i v - ,. M? . ,, ,K f f fs, f 0 '.msf 4,.4w 1' N 5- Egg, kg . , .,,- mmf ,r a 37 .z 1-xv .4,? Wk ij 5 2 W-Mg: Eawf 1 1. w mx K , , Ah K ,M ww. , . 11, 5 . ,,,- ,f Q . - .. ,M V A wuz. M 4 :A A MW W k ,451 , I1 . f 1 A W' W gm 7' ,... mu-f f rg? ww- ,- 1. ' M on my X Aj, L,,v,QHw. ' 4 0 , A , ., K N? ff JA., . ia Q5 X M WM, 4 3 , L L, W f- ' . , , , .,,., , 9 i 1 1 v 4 i 5 Y i 1 4 2 5 5 5 S' sf 3 5 e jfs 1 WM I ,lf ,Nj I WJ, M2 flfiwflw WW azewafwl Norzflz Central, North Ccnfml M4 if ml.,-fws llmfisdi ei Atal f6'i2lWfz,,.1t:al Oli, deep from llzy rugged walls, 'Tis a solemn spirit y Calls tlzy clzilrlren Hue. Proudly we .sing zflzy prfziise In tlzese glad lziglz school days. Honor for lzonor clue, All lmll to Nortlz Central lzlglz. The 1959 Tamarack honors the fiftieth anni- versary of North Central. Designs on the cover and throughout the book represent these gold- en years. The division pages are symbolic of everyday activities which in future years will bring back Wonderful memories. To the students and teachers who have made the past fifty years indeed golden, we dedicate this book. Qwtealfa , ADMlNlS'l'RA'I'ION GRADUA'l'F.S CLASSES ACI'l'IVl'l'lIiS SCHOOL LIFP. PRODUCTIONS SPORTS ADVI'1R'l'lSINC L 30 Page - 25 - 79 84-I05 IIO-l39 I44-l55 I60-I69 I74-2I3 2I8-237 A doorway to the future . . . to new as- pirations, to dreams come true-to further education, business opportunities, marriage. fame and fortune? VVho could know what lay beyond the doors of this, their beloved school . . . North Central! Could those 287 freshmen and sopho- mores who first enrolled at North Central in September, 1908, possibly have known what the name "North Central" would mean to future generations? it it 727 Lt it ' -I. Herman Beare was principal of North Central in 1908. The incomplete, U-shaped structure had 12 rooms and 12 teachers that fall. Students were enrolled in one of five courses-classical, scientific, literary. commercial or manual arts. Lunches were packed at home, and cocoa, coffee or milk purchased at school for 3 cents a cup. A second wing, including a lunchroom in the basement where lunches were sold for 10 cents, was completed in February, 1909. Invasion by the Lewis and Clark Tigers occurred in 1910 after a fire destroyed much of their school-the South Central. For three semesters the two schools existed in the same building and claimed the same colors-blue and white. rltikiffitift Thanksgiving day, 1912, marked the be- ginning of a lasting rivalry clash, the tra- ditional North Central-Lewis and Clark football game, played annually at the fair- grounds. Everyone in town would turn out, and North Central won two out of every three games. In 1912 Vox Puellarum QVoice of the Girlsj was organized as the first club at I I I North Central: and North Central gradu- ated its first class of 87. L. C. liradford lllradj. debate coach. and Miss .lessie Gibson, girls' adviser who arrived at North Central in 1913, were the founders of the Boys' Federation and the Girls' League, respectively. 7-'lx' it 72' it if? The Federation was started with the pur- pose of permitting boys in school to meet obligations of the nation in time of war. The boys participated in Red Cross, YMCA. relief and thrift drives. After the war, the Federation was reorganized to meet peace- time requirements. Girls' League originally had four depart- ments-social service, patriotic, personal efficiency and entertainment. Each girl was a member of one department. Federation'and League executive coun- cils joined in March of 1922 to form the Associated Student Council. A new consti- tution in 1951 brought about the present Associated Student Body. iksifsifiifilr Under the direction of Ernest E. fDadj Green, the presses rolled out the first copy of The North Central News on September 25, 1917. Until that time, the Tamarack was an all-school magazine, published every six weeks. 1t had many names from 1916 to 1924 when it became the traditional Tama- rack upon a suggestion of Richard Har- greaves, principal from 1909 to 1918 when A. H. ,Benefiel took his place. Although now the library and the cafe- teria are taken for granted, in 1918, the year they were completed, they were a "special treat." With seating space for 185 persons, the library included a consultation room and librarian's workroom. In 1920, the Federation originated the Red and Black Carnival to stir up enthusi- asm for the Thankgiving game. The Asso- ciated Student Council, the League, the Federation and each club conducted a con- -cession at the carnival. Ruled by a queen and her court, the carnival was an event not only for the students and their families, hut for their neighbors and everyone. Projects were undertaken by the student hody during the years 1924-26 to raise funds for a much-needed playfield. Level- ing the field and getting it in shape was -done by the students. Bleachers were built in the manual training shop, and it was a big day when the first event was played on the new field in April, 1927. 12' it iff Sir 'mfr I C. Olin Rice, the conductor of the first operetta in 1924, staged the show annually until Mr. Taft took his place in 1947. Each year, work was started on Gctober 1 for this December production. The music festi- vals today replace the operettas of yesterday. Last year, the gala talent show, the Doll Shop, was presented for the fourteenth and final time. Each girl or boy who ever danced as a clown, a penguin, a Raggedy Ann or Andy, has wonderful memories of his part in the biennial show of which Miss Pinkham has always said, "There are no small parts, just small people." Graduates of 1925 no doubt recall that they were the first to wear caps and gowns. Standard navy blue, wool dress for each girl was adopted in 1925 and worn from November to April. Semester tests were dis- carded in 1927 and replaced by topic tests every six weeks. 72' 'ik if it it First invited to Weiiatchee in 1926, the hand once again attended the celebration this spring. The Red Feathers made their first "Apple Blossom" trip in 1951 on the band's twenty-fifth anniversary. The first girls' marching unit in Spo- kane, the Red Feathers, organized by Miss Pinkham to encourage mass participation and give every girl a chance, appeared at school in 1938. The name was chosen through a school contest, the uniform was designed by the art department and the pattern was cut by the home economics department. it 12' if if it Swimming was again a part of the phys- ical education program when, after being floored over for 11 years, the pool was re- dedicated in 1943. A new filtration and chlorination system were added. Joseph M. Tewinkel, a 1919 graduate of North Central, became its principal in 1946, replacing Frederic G. Kennedy, principal since 1922. Formerly the Baxter Hospital gymna- sium, the new combination gym and music department was dedicated February 26, 1948, after having been remodeled by the school district. New auto mechanics and electronics shops were installed in 1951 and 1953 respectively. it it il' it 71? Now it is 1959 and North Central is 50 years old. Thousands are proud that they have walked in her halls, studied in her classrooms, learned from her teachers and made friends among her students. This spring over 600 young men and women, who have completed their high school studies, will walk through the doors of North Central into the future. Leaving us also are five beloved faculty members who have given unselfishly of their time and talent to North Central students through the years. VVe salute Miss Pinkham, Miss Rawlings, Mr. Bradford, Mr. Chan- dler and Mr. Randall, "Honor for honor due, all hail to North Central High l" 1 W f I fix xr " ' if QKXI C-,pf fbi L 'ix' , . M? 'IR AW O L NX, Oo Ji N xv wg W Q ' 1 N! fx fi V f ' J N X , 'K V1 XX f X , sl XX 'N V :X L9 I V , 1 N, 4 Eg ex if XX XV X Q A ox LV X AL G M 0 , ax A 'LO K J 4 Q Q N0 f v Lxc- 1 X P ,NJ A 4? 5 4 W 91 AM 6 I QL of fix X O X XXX A . 'X X4 Q Qx c x xy ,Y Q1 V D W xx V , v X S rx D K7 X o Q R Xf X X QA RQ N' V 4, R x U UQ 0 YX4!Yz,,O 7 Q fn if-V QF QW 7 40 0 I! ff, ff f f RX. Aclminislrcliioll Service in the classroom and in extra- curricular activities V is symbolized by this hand of a faculty member. Our teachers and advisers strive not only lo leach basic subjects, but la instill in each student a desire for learning and a quest for knowledge that will lead to I1 life of new discoveries and enjoyment. WILLIAM C. SORENSON City Superintendent of Schools Fifty Golden Years l North Central High School has achieved distinction in many ways. Reaching its golden anniversary this yeai is just one milestone in a galaxy of events -all marked with that precious item, quality. Students in their undergrzuluate years reflect the ex- cellent instruction provided at North Central. As adults in the community, they are recognized as leaders. Every- where they display a spirit of co-operation, responsibility and a sincere interest in school and community affairs. Mirrored in their lives are concepts that were developed during high school days. May the l959 graduates traverse a path dotted with many golden stones. Q . .MJ C? Szzperifzlirndvizl of Sclz-vols PRINCIPAL JOSEPH M. TEWINKEL Thoughts on a Golden Anniversary With the publication of another fine Tamarack, we celebrate the golden year of a wonderful high school and the graduation of a record class. But, to paraphrase a loved statesman, Hin a larger sense" ALL the years have been golden. Our gener- ation has lived in a golden age, the age of great ad- vantages for the common man, the age of fantastic educational opportunities for all who are wise enough to profit by them. From the halls of a fine public school have poured for 50 years the greatest potential a nation produces -youth of substantial training and sound char- acter values: Doctors, attorneys, business leaders, educators, scientists, clergy, statesmen, fathers and mothers of integrity. North Central glories in their accomplishments. They are the "gold" it has refined for America. And what of the class of '59f' With you go our good wishes and highest hopes. You have left behind a perpetual record of "bank deposits." Colleges, great industries and financial houses through the years will inquire about you. North Central can help you. Your past record is important. The future is even more so. We hope that people will say in describing you, "He has one of the ablest minds in the community? 'fHe's always on the ball." By the very act of finishing high school you have demonstrated that you have a mind adequate for future building. The job is only started. Education does not stop with any graduation. Make it a life- long challenge! Just two more injunctions to go with our good wishes: , l. You've known the bounty of 12 good years of schooling. Perpetuation of our American way of life demands your loyalty to public education and your support, in turn, of comparable opportunities for those who follow you. Z. Learning is not enough. The basis for a suc- cessful life is deeply rooted in character and spir- itual values. Never slight them. May all your years be Golden ones. Vice-Principal Lowry Bennett talks with Jim Delameter and Don Heyer about an academic problem Ivlr. Edward Gill, as office assistant adds another student to his enrollment chart. Many duties fall on the shoulders of Vice- Principal Lowry Bennett. Presiding at con- vocations, directing football practices as head line coach and advising the newly formed boys' cheering section are some of his more ,pleasant assignments. All disci- plinary problems are also handled by Mr. Bennett. Room 227 plays an important part in every student's academic life. Schedule changes, class adjustments and requisitions are obtained from Edward Gill, office assist- ant, and George Theodorson, school treas- urer. Mrs. Stoner, Mrs. Daves and Mrs. Jennings hard at work in the office as Mrs. Baumgartner fills out an early dismissal for Annie Blossom. A complete academic and activity record of every North Central student is kept by the office staff. Job applicants and aspiring college students turn to the office Workers for grade transcripts and recommendations for prospective employers and for colleges. Other duties of the secretaries and book- keepers include the recording of attendance, the issuing of temporary dismissals, the greeting of all guests, and the preparing of the daily homeroom bulletin to inform stu- dents of all school activities. Even with these many duties, the secretaries are always ready to help students with problems. Miss Damon and Mr. Bradford consult a permanent record folder before giving advice to a student. I5 X6 OV ENGLISH Top row: Mabel S. McLaughlin, department head: Robert Bland, Eng- lishg Dorothy S. Chandler, Englishg Ruth E. Coon, English: Daniel C. Davis, English: Bottom row: Helen L. Haltom, Englishg Mary McKen- na, publications adviser: Lorraine McNew, English. To help students to use good English effectively in oral and written com- munication is the goal of the English department. The English courses I-VI pro- vide instruction in techniques of reading and interpretation, in fundamentals of correct speech and written composition, and hope to instill in each student an ap- preciation of his American literary heritage. Senior literature and composition provide experience in studying world literature and in writing the longer research- type theme. .News Editor, Kay Hutchinson seems to be enjoying her consultation with sports editors Gary Carpenter and Gary Kurtz slb Using the Library card catalogue to find information for their term papers are seniors Bricker Cortner, De'edy Geri, and Madeline Riches. The English courses have been expanded to include every phase of language usage. Journalism offers the talented student the opportunity to express himself through Weekly publications and the yearbook. VVork in drama classes gives the student a study of the history, background and terminology of the theater as well as an opportunity to participate in acting or in producing one-act and longer plays. Debate teaches the student how to do research, to analyze his information and to present his conclusions forcefully. ENGLISH Top row: John Malterner, English: Russell Meyer: Arthur B. Miller, debate. Bottom row: Margaret Nistad, English: Genevieve Oppen, dramatics, Spanish: Margaret Rawlings, Englishg Joseph C. Tremblay, Englishg Virginia Wilcox, English. Mr. Nygaard shows Carol McLellan and Tim Mayhew the intracacies of a trig problem. Over the door of his famous academy in Athens, Plato placed the inscription: "Let no one destitute of geometry enter." One of the chief characteristics of the present time is that the human mind is asserting itself largely through the power of mathematics. Colleges are emulating Plato by raising the mathematical requirements in nearly all departments of in- struction. Students of mathematics in our schools should now be more vigorously Hdisposed to learn" than ever before. MATHEMATICS Top row: P. H. Nygaard, department head: Robert F. Barnard, algebrag Dorothy Congdon, geometry, Bottom row: Burril Exley, algebrag Edwin Kretz, algebrag William Nye, algebrag Mack L. Saunders, algebra. I8 SCIENCE Top row: Ernest Hix, department head: Dale E. Blair, biologyg Wil- liam C. Lowther, biology, Raymond Simonson, chemistry. Bottom row: Walter Spangenburg, biology: Orval Theisen, physicsg Paul Tobie, geology. An ever-changing World challenges both the student and the teacher. The science department introduces a basis for studyg students then have the oppor- tunity to choose the scientific phases which interest them most. In the biology courses, students learn the science of living things. Physics brings forth an interest in the forces which challenge the minds of modern society. Learning the wonders of chemical composition thrills chemistry students. A study of rocks and minerals is introduced through geology. In the chemistry lab we find Dick Franks collecting a gas over water and Mickey Brenton working with -a desiccatcr. SOCIAL STUDIES Top row: Charles Chandler, department headg Muriel Allison, U. S. historyg Thomas B. Anderson, World historyg Guy L. Griswold, U. S. history: Del Jones, American history. Bottom row: Edward Luders. psychology? Charles R. Randall, U. S. historyg Virginia Riegel, world history. Through a knowledge of their economic, social and political systems we are able to understand the unrest in various parts of the world caused by the infiltra- tion of world communism and its threat to America's security. To help the students to know and appreciate their heritage and what America should mean to them, the social studies department has a well-balanced program including: World, Northwest and United States history, economics, social psy- chology, current problems and geography. Sandra McCaughan and Florence Humphries appear interested in the' spot on the map pointed out by Dave Cassidy to a United States history class. Paying close attention as they practice in typing I are Steve Potter, Betty Sears and Bonnie Somerville. Offering two years each in typing, shorthand and bookkeeping and one year of office practice, the business education department prepares graduates for office positions. Valuable personal-use information may also be obtained. For vocational use, the student should plan a schedule to include four semes- ters in either bookkeeping or shorthand. Enrolling in these subjects during the last semesters of school will mean that the skills will be usable when the student enters the business World. BUSINESS EDUCATION Top row: James Griggs, department head: Norman W. Erickson, typingg Edward E. Feldhusen, typing. Bottom row: Blair Glover, bookkeepingg Mary Griggs, shorthandg A. A. Manfred, typingg Helen Stockdale, typingg Mary York, bookkeeping. Phyllis Todd and Jean Custer demonstrate techniques used in leather tooling in a crafts class. Students of the fine arts department explore specialized phases such as fashion design and oil painting after learning the basic principles of design and colors. In the foreign langugage department students learn about a people through their language. Essential to this modern civilization is a knowledge of other lands. The music department attempts to give students an understanding and appre- ciation of all types of music. This understanding provides an enduring basis of enjoyment and pleasure through a broader understanding of modern culture. FINE ARTS FOREIGN LANGUAGES MUSIC Top row: Kenneth Myhre, art department headg Mervin Manuel, artg Helen Oscarson: lan guage department head. Bottom row: Laura Lee Briscoe, Latin: Walter H. Mayer Jr., Span ish: Stanley Taft, music department head: Lowell C. Bradford, band director. HOMEMAKING LIBRARY STUDY HALL Top row: Helen I. Beaver, department heady Patricia Brown, social relationsg Mildred Burdick, clothingg Dorothy M. Gilkey, foods: Madeline Carroll, head librarian. Bottom row: Lillian Barnes, assist- ant librariang Gladys Dunphy, study hallg Wallace Russell, study hall. The fundamentals of homemaking are essential to every girl. Clothing and foods are first presented through elementary courses for freshmen and sopho- mores. With this firm basis, students are able to expand their talents in sewing construction and food preparation. Additional classes for interested girls are offered in social relations, hone furishings, child development and tailoring. A knack for cooking and an interest in foods brings boys into the unique chef class for juniors and seniors. Mrs. Dunphy catching Dick Voss reading a magazine in study hall amuses the other students. , N INDUSTRIAL ARTS 3 W Top row: George Theodorsen, department headg Vern Broadwell, woodshopg Leonard Graham, electronicsg Kenneth Hagen, plas- tics. Bottom row: Alvin Olson, auto shopg Dale Spurgeon, metal shop. Boys who are interested in any of the trades find industrial arts courses very valuable. Mechanical drawing is essential for prospective engineers. After elementary study, wood shop students enjoy constructing boats, water skis and furniture. Car enthusiasts, through auto shop, learn to mold their interest into a constructive trade. Boys and girls, using ingenuity, construct useful and ornamental articles in the plastic classes. Other industrial arts courses offered include mechanical drawing, metal shop, architectural drawing and electronics. Left to right: Earl Tripp uses the table saw in woodshop as Mark Schroeder, Dennis Smith, Dan Vannurden, Larry McCauley and Gerald Goodman await their turn. "Point those toes, girls!" Mary Engle, Freda Brown, Cecelia Re'uss and Joyce Hauschild exercise in a physical education class. Physical education offers to every student the opportunity to keep his body strong and Well through exercise and fun. The department offers the students a chance to participate in exercising, dancing, tennis, skating, bowling, basketball, badminton and many other activities. Girls gain posture, poise and confidence. Sportsmanship and co-ordination are features in the boys' department. E Qnly by maintaining a clean body can a student have a clean mind. This prin- ciple is the goal of the physical education department. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Top row: Elsa Pinkham, girls' physical education department head, David Holmes, football coach. Bottom row: Barbara Simpson, physical educationg Carol Houck, physical educationg Gerald Stannard, boys' physical education department head, basketball coachg William Diedrick, physical education. tx , ' f 2 X J E '2 P 'i X f 1 Q 1 's v 1 5 1 41 X. r .F 4 1 . . F . . V L ,J 1 . '? 5' J 1 m Ax 5. 5' . 2 f 'A F 1 I' E 5' ". if Fe , . F L 1. f , r: 4, it R - 1, H e 2 ,, Y! . BILL BAILEY Vice-President JIM MOORE NANCY N ETH ERCUTT Treasurer GERRY LIVENGOOD Secretary President M EL STAIPLETON Alternate Aaglard, Nancy Jean Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Representative, Committees, Office Monitor: Big Sis- ter: Senator Nominating Committee: Scholarship Committee, Chairman: News Representative: Gym Office Worker: After-School. Sports: Home- room President, Secretary, Roll Checker Abbott, Sharon Elaine Foreign Languages League Representative, Committees: Red Cross Representative: FTA: Vox Puellarum: Homeroom Secretary: After-School Sports Adams, Gail Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: League Representative, Silver Pin: Aquettes, Secretary: 3 C's: Roll Checker 'QS Aileen, Maureen Teresa Ciewewkv Business Education Red Feathers: Winter Music Festival: League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: After- School Sports: Bowling: Homeroom Committees Aiken, Mike W. Mathematics Doll Shop: Locker Monitor Aikman, Allen Art Mathematics Doll Shop: Locker Monitor Alcan, Alice Marie Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Color Guard: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Tamarack Staff, Advertising Manager: Tamarack Representative: Vox Puel- larum: Junior Toastmistresses, Presi- dent, Second Vice-President, Secre- tary: Aquettes: FNA: Winter Music Festival: Doll Shop: League Repre- sentative, Committees, Office Worker, Big Sister, Coke Party, Publicity Chairman, Mothers' Dessert, Ticket Chairman, League Gold Pin with Ruby: ASB Representative, Commit- tees, Honors Board: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: guilsl and Scroll: League Vice-Presi- en Akers, Gary Lee Social Studies Transferred from West Valley. Boy ' Glee ff! ifrfxoi Albert, William Charles Mathematics Scholastic Honor R o ll : Medecine d'Avenir: Junior Achievement Albof, Ronald Thomas Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Doll Shop: Freshman, B-Squad, Varsity Football: Freshman, B-Squad Track: Warriors: Latin Club: Debate: Wres- tling: Toastmasters Albright, Bob Industrial A rts Red Cross Representative: Boys' Glee: Doll Shop Alkire, Dennis Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: Federation Representative: 3 C's: Rifle Club: Radio Club, Presi- dent: Grounds Squad Allen, Lois Jo Homemaleing League Bronze Pin Anderson, Ardy Marie Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Com- mittees, Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Office Worker: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: FTA: 3 C's, Secretary Anderson, Charles Alvin Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: News Repre- sentative: Marching, Concert, Special Band: Grounds Squad Anderson, Dave Norman Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: B- Squad Football: Junior Varsity Track: ASB Representative: Homeroom Pres- ident Anderson, Dave William Industi'ialArts News Representative: Red Cross Rep- resentative Anderson, Gary R. Mathematics Marching, Concert, Special Band: Boys' Glee Anderson, Jean Social Studies Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Gym Monitor: Rest Monitor: All-School Play: Children's Theater: Girls' Glee: Choir: Spring, Winter Musical Festi- vals: Bowling: Thespians Anderson, Lloyd Guy Social Studies B-Squad Football: Cafeteria Worker Ansiis, Carol Lee Business Education League Representative: ASB Repre- sentative: Gym Monitor: Big Sister Appel, Ruth Mary Social Studies Girls' Glee: Choir: Big Sister Armour, Jerry Industrial Arts Homeroom Vice-President: Warriors: B-Squad, Varsity Basketball: B-Squad Football: B-Squad Baseball Ashloclc, Dennis D. Science Federation Senior Council, Commit- tees, Representative: ASB Committees: Medecine d'Avenir: Freshman, Sopho- more Tennis: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer: Honors Board: Locker Monitor: Fed- eration Clerk Atkinson, Joseph Gerald Social Studies Transferred from Gonzaga Ault, Dale Willard Industrial Arts Library Worker: Boys' Glee Aune, Marie Karen Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Spring, Winter Music Festivals: Gym Office Monitor: Hall Guard: After-School Sports: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Ice Skating: Study Hall Roll Checker Babcock, Carolyn Carol Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Span- ish Club, Fifth Executive, Secretary: Office Worker I, .ZA Bablcirlc, ofaldlw. Marc ' c and: ederation Swim Meet, 3r Bacon, William Science Federation Representative: News Rep- resentative: After-School S p o r t s : Freshman Track: Homeroom Presi- dent Bailey, Jay Russell Mathematics Transferred from Medical Lake Bailey, William Patrick Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Boys' State: Sophomore Senator: Tamarack, Sports Editor: News Staff, Sports Edi- tor: Honors Board, Chairman: Toast- masters, President, Vice-President: I-Iomeroom President, Vice-President: Varsity, B-Squad, Freshman Football and Track: Blocking Award: Latin Club, Vice-President: ASB Commit- tees: Federation Committees, Repre- sentative: Student Court, Defense At- torney: Warriors: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop: All-City Football: Wres- tling: Senior Class Vice-President Bailie, William C. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: B-Squad Foot- ball: March of Dimes, Co-Chairman Balclerson, Alan Eveneti' Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: After-School Sports: Warriors: Varsity Track Baldwin, Toni Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Silver Pin, Representative, Committees, Big Sister: Commercial Club: Homeroom President: After-School Sports: Doll Shop Ballo, Dennis James IndustrialArts ASB Representative: News Represent- ative: Freshman Basketball Manager Barckert, Gary L. Mathematics Latin Club Bare, Ted Fine Arts Scholastic Honor Roll: News Repre- sentative: Art Club: Locker Monitor: Freshman Tennis Barker, Dorothy Elaine Homemaking Nurse's Monitor: Study Hall Roll Checker Ba rrow, Joseph Mathematics Spanish Club, President: Chess Club: Homeroom President Barrows, Charles Ray Science Transferred from Wheaton, Maryland. Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Junior Varsity Football, Track: Radio Club: Science Fair, Honorable Mention Beard, Sandra Sue Business Education League Bronze Pin, Committees: Li- brary Worker: ASB Representative: News Representative: After-School Sports: 3 C's: Locker Monitor: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker if if' Beaton, George Social Studies Homeroom Secretary Becker, Darlene Business Education Big Sister: 3 C's: After-School Sports: Study Hall Roll Cheker Becker, Gerry David Industrial Arts Gym Office Monitor: Library Worker: Locker Monitor Becker, Ronald Charles Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Cross Representative: News Repre- sentative: Tamarack Representative: Doll Shop: Ice Skating: News Staff: Marching, Concert Band Belden, Mike Gary Social Studies Transferred from Northwest Christian. Bell, Keith Social Studies Transferred from Coeur d'Alene. Homeroom President: Federation Swim Meet, 1st place: After-School Sports Bennet, .luclyth Nerene Business Education Transferred from Seattle. ASB Rep- resentative, Convocation - Scheduling Committee: L e a g u e Representative. Committees: After-School S p 0 r t s , Ticket Office Worker: FTA: Tennis Team: Big Sister: League Style Show Benshoot, Karen Business Education Red Cross Representative: Big Sister: ASB Committees Bergstrom, R. Lee Social Studies Transferred from Gonzaga Blckersta , Marne Bu u ation Schol tic or R011, 2 tim gue 'l Pin --- ittees, es ta- , Red ther ' A :- ' pres ta- e, Standin Com ' i:- ome om resident, 'ce-P - - , A ft - r- School Spor : - ' f ivity Shield: Big Sister, Big ' - Committee: Doll Shop Biegler, Ron J. Social Studies Transferred from Gonzaga Bilyeu, Sandra Lee Business Education League Bronze Pin, Committees, Big Sister: Art Club: After-School Sports Bischott, Steve Harry Business Education Scholastic H o n o r Roll: Warriors: After-School Sports: Varsity Football, Baseball, Track: Freshman, B-Squad Baseball Bishop, Richard Arthur Mathematics Federation Representative: Spanish Club: Freshman Football Bisset, Stephen Mathematics Homeroom President: Spanish Club: B-Squad Football Bjorklund, Esse Mathematics ASB President, Vice-President, Com- mittees: Senior Cards and Announce- ments Committee: Federation Treas- urer, Representative: Marching, Con- cert Band, President: Freshman, B- Squad, Varsity Track: B-Squad, Var- sity Cross-Country Captain: Warriors: Friendliest Boy Award: Twinlow Leadership Conference Representative Blair, Vern Guy Art Transferred from Long Beach, Cali- fornia Blake, .lohn Bill Science Science Fair Winner Blossom, Annie G. Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Silver Pin, Committees: After-School Sports: All-Activity S h i e l d : Red Feathers: Red Cross Representative: Office Worker: Spanish Club, Vice- President: FNA: Big Sister: Doll Shop Boies, Robert E. Industrial Arts Boles, Sharon Anne Business Education Student Court, Secretary: League Bronze Pin, Committees: Red Cross Representative: ASB Representative, Committees: After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Doll Shop Bolma, Joanne Elise Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Aquettes: Red Cross Representative, President: D011 Shop: ASB Committees, Representa- tive: League Committees, Represen- tative, Big Sister: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 3 stars: Vox Puel- larum: FTA: Gym Office Monitor: School and Grounds Committee, Chairman: Varsity Tennis Team, Co- Chairrnan: Tennis Letter: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary Bonser, Susan Ann Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: League Bronze Pin, Big Sister Book, William Arthur Mathematics Boys' Glee Bostrom, Patricia Ann Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Red Feathers: D011 Shop: League Repre- sentative, Bronze Pin, League Style Show: News Staff, Girls' Sports Edi- tor, Advertising Manager: News Rep- resentative: Tamarack Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: FNA: Big Sister Bowman, Barry Roy Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Doll Shop: Federation Representative: A f t e r - School Sports: Varsity, B-Squad Track: Freshman, B-Squad Football: Homeroom Vice-President Bowman, William David Industrial A rts Homeroom President Bremner, Keith Social Studies Boys' Glee: Gym Office Monitor Brenton, Michaelyn Kay M atheniati cs Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: DAR Citizen of the Year: News Staff, Man- aging Editor, Associate Editor, Feature Page Editor, News Editor: Junior Press Club: Spokesman-Review Cor- respondent: Quill and Scroll, Sergeant at Arms, Secretary, Vice-President: Tamarack Representative: League Sil- ver Pin, Big Sister: Red Feathers: Doll Shop, L e a d : All-School Play: Children's Theater: Thespians, Clerk, Vice-President: L i b r a r y Worker: Amores Librorum, Fifth Executive, Secretary Brett, Joline Business Education League Gold Pin, Committees, Repre- sentative: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Representative: Publicity Chairman, League Cotton Day Mixer: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield: Gym Office Worker: Rest Monitor: Big Sister Bright, Karwyn Ann Business Education League Representative, Bronze Pin: ASB Representative: After-School Sports: Homeroom Secretary, Vice- President: Big Sister Brinson, Dan Mathematics Red Cross Representative: Library Representative: ASB Representative: Federation Representative: News Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: Freshman Track: Homeroom Presi- dent, Vice-President Britt, Clint Allan Ilfatliematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: ASB President, Committees: W a r r i o r s : 3 C's: Varsity Basketball, Captain: Freshman Basketball: Debate: Junior Senator: Boys' State Delegate: Home- room President Brockway, H. Bruce Scienre Federation Representative: B-Squad Football Bronowski, John Sofia! Studies Varsity Football: Warriors Brown, Fred Gene Social Studies Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: News Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Homeroom President, Treasurer: Freshman Football, Base- ball, Basketball: Junior Varsity Base- ball Brown, Freda Rae Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Gold Pin, Committees: Color Girls: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: Bowling, Secretary, Reporter: All- Activity Shield, 1 star: Gym Office Worker: Doll Shop: Quill and Scroll: Spanish Club President, Vice-Presi- dent, Secretary, Treasurer: Red Cross Representative: News Staff, News Edi- tor, Exchange Editor: Tamarack Staff, Homeroom E d i t o r : News Mailing Staff: Big Sister: ASB Nominating Committee: Junior Press Club: Bowl- ing President Brown, Lonna Fine Arts League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Gym Office Worker: After-School Sports: Doll Shop Brown, Robert C. Industrial Arts B-Squad Cross-Country: Tennis Team: Stage Crew Bruce, Carol Elizabeth Mathematics Transferred from Marycliff. League Silver Pin: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Commercial Club: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: Homeroom Secretary Bruce, Margaret Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 8 times: ASB Committees, Representative: League Committees, Representative, Gold with Ruby Pin: Color Girls: Red Feathers: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Tamarack Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield, 1 star: Library Work- er: Commercial Club, Vice-President Brunelle, Barbara Ann Fine Arts League Bronze Pin, Representative, Committees, Big Sister: Roll Checker Bruya, .l. Robert Social Studies ASB Committees, Representative: Red Cross Representative: News Staff, Fea- ture Page Editor: Quill and Scroll: Doll S h o p : Homeroom President: News Representative: Tamarack Rep- resentative: Science Fair Winner: Tal- ent Club: Thespians, President, Vice- President: All-School Play, Lead Bryson, Lawrence Howard Mathematics Homeroom President: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Representative: News Representative: Talent Club: March- ing, Concert, Special, Pep Band Burchett, Don Industrial Arts Junior, Marching, Concert Band: Fed- eration Representative: News Repre- sentative: Freshman Cross-Country, gragk: Stage Crew: Doll Shop: Radio u Burdick, Roberta Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: ASB Election Committee, Chairman: League Style Show Com- mittee: After-School Sports: A1l-Ac- tivity Shield: Latin Club: Talent Club: FNA: Three Fives: Big Sister: Spring and Winter Music Festivals: Home- room Secretary Burkhardt, George Houston Science Bowling: Wrestling Burnside, Mary Anna H omemaking Red Cross Representative: Library Worker: After-School Sports: Girls' Glee: Study Hall R011 Checker Buroker, Lynne Business Education League Bronze Pin, Representative, Committees: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: ASB Committees: News Representative: After-School Sports: Talent Club: Spanish Club: Vox Puellarum: FTA: Commercial Club: Choir: Big Sister: Winter, Spring Music Festivals: All-Activity Shield Burris, Richard Lee Mathematics Homeroom President, Vice-President: Choir, President: All-School Play: Thespians, President: 3 C's: Federa- tion Representative: ASB Committees: D011 Shop Burrows, Warren Mathematics Buschbacher, Lorna June Mathematics Red Cross Representative: FNA: Big Sister: ASB Representative: League Representative, Committees s X Bussard, Sherman A. M E, . t as Industrial Arts Kiev Y-I Doll S h o p : Library Reprekntatiife: Federation Representativepdllhespians: Rifle Club C- W 'vfyl' 1 iv, it-5 X 5 . ii C f t X , w Byrnes, Terry Industrial Arts Red Cross Representative: Golf Campbell, Carl Science Carney, Mickey Science Cards and Announcements S e n i o r Committee: Warriors, President: Var- sity, B-Squad, Freshman Football: B- Squad, Freshman Baseball: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer: ASB Representative: Cap- tain, Varsity Football: Archie Buckley Inspirational Award: G i rl s ' League Santa Claus: Wrestling Carper, Richard L. Social Studies Talent Club: Homeroom President: Boys' Glee: PE Monitor Cash, Linda Jo Science Gym Office Worker, Monitor: After- School Sports: Locker Monitor Caspersen, Stan Social Studies Doll Shop: Talent Club: Winter Music Festival: Varsity Football, Manager: Junior Varsity, Freshman Track: Jun- ior Varsity, Freshman Cross-Country: Intramural Swimming: B 0 w l i n gg Homeroom Treasurer: Tamarack Rep- resentative Casselman, Carol Lynn Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Repre- sentative: Big S i s t e r : Gym Office Monitor: Office Worker Cassidy, David Richard Social Studies Stage Crew: Federation Representative Ceder, Michael Terry Science ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Library Worker: Hall Guard: Grounds Squad Chaplin, Carole Sharon Business Education Big Sister: League Bronze Pin, Rep- resentative, Committees: Doll Shop: ASB Finance Committee: Red Cross Representative: News Representative: Tennis Team: Golf Team: After- School Sports: PE Monitor: Girls' Glee Chapman, Myrl Welcome Science Homeroom President: B-Squad Track: Debate Chatterton, Larry Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Home- room President: ASB Representative: News Representative: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Freshman Football: B- Squad, Freshman Baseball, Basket- ball Chertude, Gary Mathematics Transferred from Gonzaga Prep - Chesrown, Judith Anne Fine Arts Scholastic Honor Roll: Art Club: League Office Monitor, Silver Pin, Representative, Committees: After- School Sports: ASB Committees: Big S i s t er : -News Representative: Doll Shop, Costuming Christensen, Barbara Social Studies Transferred from Lewis and Clark Christensen, Jeannie Homeinalaing League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: After- School Sports: 3 C's: Rifle Club: Caf- eteria Worker: Bookroom Worker: Junior Achievement: Study Hall Roll Checker Claflin, Pat -v Matheinatics ' -- Red Feathers: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: Medecine d'Avenir: Big Sister: Home- room Secretary Clark, Richard W. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Represent- ative: 3 C's: Freshman Football: In- tramural Swimming Clayton, George Henry Industrial Arts Transferred from LaPuente, Calif- nia: 3 C's Clutter, Doris Marie Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Big Sister: FNA: Red Feathers: Red Cross Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: Amo- res Librorum: G i r l s ' Gleeg Choir: Homeroom Roll Checker Collins, Thomas W. Mathematics Warriors: B-Squad, Varsity Football: B-Squad, Varsity Track: Homeroom Vice-President , Coollaaugh, Jerry Allen Science Student Court, Prosecuting Attorney: Warriors: Varsity Football: Junior Varsity Track: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent Congdon, Myron Edward Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Math Club: Doll Shop: Talent Club: March- ing, Pep Band: Junior Varsity Track: Debate: Chess Club: News Represent- ative Conklin, .ludy Louise Mathematics X Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Tama- rack Staff, Advertising, Campaign Manager: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Doll Shop: Winter Music Festival: League Gold Pin, Committees, Big Sister: Coke Party, Chairman: Mothers' Dessert, Enter- tainment Chairman: ASB Senior ,Sen- ator: ASB Representative, Commit- tees: Tamarack Representative: News Staff: Debate: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Latin Club: Junior Toastmistresses, Secre- tary, President: Vox Puellarum, Vice- President: FTA: Homeroom Secretary: Quill and Scroll: League Representa- tive: FTA, Vice-President Connors, Judy G. Business Education League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Gym Of- fice Monitor: Hall Guard Corkins, Gary O. Industrial Arts Freshman Football: B-Squad Foot- ball Manager: Grounds Squad: Red Cross Representative Corrigan, Janice Music Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: Doll Shop: League Silver Pin, Representa- tive, Committees: ASB Representa- tive, C om rn i tt e e s : After-School Sports: FTA: Commercial Club: Latin Club: Choir: Three Fives, Librarian: Winter, Spring Music Festivals: Big Sister: League Style Show Cortner, Bricker Everett Science ' A S B Representative, Committees: J u ni o r Achievement: Rifle Club: Bowling: Homeroom President Countryman, Teressa Lee Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Silver Pin, Committees, Big Sister: ASB Concession Counter: Medecine d'Av- enir: FNA: Nurse's Office Monitor: Gym Office Monitor: Library Worker: Girls' Glee: Winter, Spring Music Festivals: After-School Sports Couture, Joan Alee Homemaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Silver Pin, Style Show Chairman, Represent- ative, Big Sister: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Gym Office Monitor: Locker Monitor: ASB Representative, Com- mittees: Red Cross Representative: A q u e t t e s : Commercial Club: ASB Treasurer Couture, Jon L. Social Studies ASB Representative CozzeH'o, Sharlene Business Education League Bronze Pin, Representative: Big Sister: Color Girls: News Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: Gym Office Monitor Crawford, Charles Social Studies Cronraih, Raymond Bruce Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Rifle Club Custer, Jean Louise Social Studies Color Girls: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Rifle Club, President: Junior Achievement, Achiever of the Year Dalsanders, Bruce Mathematics Football, Freshman, B-Squad: Fresh- man Baseball Daly, Clark Mathematics B-Squad Cross Country: Golf: Band, Marching, Concert, Special: Home- room President Danielsen, Betty .lo Business Education Transferred from Kamiah, Idaho. Choir Daugherty, Margaret Ann Mathematics Amores Librorum, Secretary: Choir: Scholastic Honor Roll Davidson, Celine Lee Business Education League Bronze Pin: Choir: 3 C's: Art Club: Hall Guard: Girls' Glee: Rifle Club Davis, Barbara Jean Science League Silver Pin, Committees, Rep- resentative: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Thespians: All-School Play: Girls' Gleeg Choir Davis, Linda Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Doll Shop: Girls' Glee Club, Accompanlst: Choir Accompanist: Three Fives: Big Sister: Spring and Winter Music Fes- tivals Davis, Raymond Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: News Representative Davis, Robert Lee Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Feder- ation, President, Department Head: ASB Vice-President, Committees, Election Commission: Math Club: Pep Band: Junior Varsity Cross-Country, Track: Science Fair, 2nd Place: Var- sity Debate: Toastmasters: Homefroom President De Chenne, Sharon Kay Business Education Color Girls: Red Cross Representative: League Bronze Pin, Committees: Aft- er-School Sports De Loach, Dana Lee Business Education Library Worker: Girls' Glee De Mers, Thomas Oliver Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Cross Representative: News Repre- sentative: Junior Achievement, Essay Contest: Concert, Special Band Denton, Doug Science Warriors: B-Squad, Varsity Football: Track: Wrestling: Bowling Derogatis, Julia Darlene Business Education League Bronze Pin: Doll Shop: A S B Representative: After-School Sports: Library Worker: Hall Guard: Gym Office Worker: Big Sister De Roshia, Charles Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Band, Marching, Concert, Special: Junior Symphony: Junior Varsity T 1' a c k : Chess Club: Homeroom Treasurer Dewey, James Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: News Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Sports Editor: Junior Press Club: ASB Represent- ative: Varsity, B-Squad, Freshman, Basketball: B-Squad, Freshman Base- ball: Quill and Scroll, President, Vice- President: Junior Press Club, Presi- dent: Tamarack, Sports Editor Dickey, Dianne Business Education Dishno, Duane Mathematics Spanish Club: Library Representative: Library Worker: Cafeteria Worker: L1- brary Club Donohue, Sandra Louise Business Education Red Cross Representative: After- School Sports: Art Club: Gym Office Monitor: Locker Monitor: Big Sister: Scholastic Gold Key Art Award: Study Hall Roll Checker: Bowling: 3 C's Duclcett, Margaret H omemaking Big Sister: Aquettes: Red Cross Rep- resentative: League Committees: Aft- er-School Sports: Office Worker Duffy, Nora Rose Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representa- tive, Big Sister: After-School Sports: Amores Librorum: Commercial Club, Treasurer Dunn, Michael Mathematics Freshman, B-Squad, Varsity Football: Junior Varsity Track: Warriors: 3 C's: Boys' G1ee: Homeroom President Dupree, James L. Mathematics Ealcins, Gary Gene Science Eckbierg, Robert Charles Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: ASB P u b li c i t y Committee: Homeroom President: Junior Toastmasters, Vice- rresident Edburg, Linda Marie Business Education ' Scholastic Honor Roll: Color Girls: Doll Shop: League Committees, Rep- resentative, Big Sister: FTA: Home- room Secretary: After-School Sports Edmonson, Linn Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: 3 C's, Presi- dent, Vice-President, T r e a s u r e r : Homeroom President: Freshman Base- ball: Debate: Choir: Bookroom Work- er Edwards, Gordon Lee Industrial Arts Edwards, Mary Anne Business Education Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: Locker Monitor: Gym Office Monitor: Library Worker: Tamarack Represent- ative: R e d C r o s s Representative: League Representativep After-School Sports Eickerman, Linda J-oy Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League Silver Pin, Representative: Big Sis- ter: Girls' Glee: Choir: Doll Shop: Three Fives Eillsworth, Edward James Mathematics ASB Nominating Committee: Federa- tion Representative: ASB Representa- tive: Warriors: Varsity Golf: Home- room President, Vice-President Elston, Tom Social Studies Transferred from Bellingham, Wash- ington Ml , n Qmlmerson, Richard Edmund x Social Studies R Boys' Glee: Freshman Football, Bas- ketball: B-Squad Football: Locker Monitor Engle, Mary Marsyl Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: League Bronze Pin, Committees, Rep- resentative: Tamarack Staff, Home- room Editor: Red Feathers: Doll S-hop: News Staff, Exchange Editor: Quill and Scroll, Sergeant at Arms: Library Representative: Tamarack Representative: After-School Sports: Winter, Spring Music Festivals: Big Sister: Tennis Team: Orchestra: All- Activity Shield: Gym Office Monitor: Junior Press Club: Red Feathers Sec- retary Engstrom, James Lester Mathematics B-Squad, Varsity Tennis: Bowling: Grounds Squad: 3 C's Enos, .lacquelyn Business Education 1 Junior Achievement: Study Hall Roll Checker: Library Worker: League Bronze Pin: Big Sister: 3 C's Erickson, Norman Carl Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times Ernst, Connie H omemaking Nurse's Office Monitor: Girls' Glee: Choir: Big Sister Ewell, Sharon Elaine Q Business Education League Bronze Pin Libr : ary Repre- s e n t a t i v e: News Representative: - , . , Library Worker: Girls Glee: Choir Big Sister: Winter Music Festival Fahlman, Lucrettia Star Social Studies Girls' League Silver Pin, Commit- tees: ASB Representative: After- School Sports: Red Feathers: Home'- room Secretary: Big Sister Faler, Monty M atheinatics Falkowski, Darlene Esther Business Education Girls' League Silver Pin: Big Sis- ter, ASB Committees: Library Work- er: Hall Guard: Rest Monitor: After- School Sports Featherstone, .lean Ellen Social Studies Red Feathers: Red Cross Representa- tive: League Committees: Big Sister: Library Worker: Study Hall Roll Checker: Junior Achievement, Offi- cer: Debate Fell, Barry Industrial A rts ' Grounds Squad: Doll Shop: Library Worker Ferguson, Arlyne Shirley Mathematics Red Feathers: League Committees, Representative: After-School Sports: Library Worker: Medecine d'Avenir, Vice-President: Music Festival: Jun- ior Achievement: All-Activity Shield Ficklin, Carole Jean Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Color Girls: After- School Sports Fisher, Karen Mathematics ASB Representative: League Monitor, Big Sister, S i l v e r Pin: Medecine d'Avenir, Treasurer: Bookroom Work- er Fisher, Mary Lee Business Education Library Worker: Gym Office Moni- tor: Big Sister Fitzpatrick, Judy Ann Business Education ASB Representative: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representative, Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary, Treas- urer: Library Worker: After-School S p o r ts : Red Cross Representative: Locker Monitor Fleenor, Darlene Leslie Business Education League Bronze Pin, Big Sister, Li- brary Worker: Girls' Glee: Library Bronze Pin Fleenor, Sherry Business Education Red Feathers: Spanish Club: Big Sis- ter: League Committees: Winter Mu- sic Festival Floyd, David William Science ASB Representative: Band Council- man: Marching, Special, Concert Band Forbes, Kermit Mathematics Boys' Glee: Tennis Forrester, Marilyn Amores Librorum: L i b r a r y Club, Worker: 3 C's: League Bronze Pin Fort, John Science A S B Committees, Representative: Marching B a nd : Varsity Football: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer Fouts, Pamela Olive Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Big Sister: Red Feathers, Historian: Color Girls, Historian: Doll Shop: ASB Commit- tees, Representative: After- S c h o o 1 Sports: Activity Shield, one star: Gym Office Worker: Latin Club: Talent Club, Historian: Vox Puellarum, Ser- geant at Arms: Medecine d'Avenir, Secretary Fowlds. John Social Studies Frampton, Theresa Marie Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Representative, Big Sister: All-Activity Shield Franks. Richard Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Math Club: ASB Representative: Homeroom President: Debate Franz, Rita May Business Education Red Feathers: Locker Monitor: FTA Treasurer: News Representative: ASB Representative: League Silver Pin, Committees, Office Worker, Big Sis- ter Frucci, Patricia Joyce Business Education Big Sister: League Office Worker Galbraith, Roberta E. Business Education League Silver Pin: Doll Shop: After- School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Rest Monitor: Gym Monitor: Girls' Glee: All-School Play: Chlldren's Theater: Thespians Gambill, David Mathematics Junior Varsity Track: Marching, Con- cert Band Garberg, Marlene Kay H omemaking Girls' Glee: Spring, Winter Music Festivals: Big Sister: Rest Monitor Gardner, Claudia Jeane Mathematics . Big Sister: Library Worker: After- School Sports: Science Fair Winner: Study Hall Roll Checker Gargano, Marie Elaine Business Education Big Sister: League Bronze Pin: Home- room Roll Checker: Study Hall Roll Checker: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary: All-Activity Shield: After- School Sports Gates, Jim Mathematics ASB Representative: Spanish Club: Track: Ice Skating: Cross-Country: 3 C's Gausman, Kay Marlene Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Gold Pin, Committees, Pancake Feed Publicity Chairman, Representative, Big Sister: Red Feathers: Aquettes, Vice-President: Doll S h o p : Winter Music Festival: Library Worker: ASB Representative: News Representative: After-School S p o r t s : All-Activity Shield: Gym Office Monitor: Com- mercial Club, Fifth Executive: Junior Achievement: Football Princess At- tendant Gemberling, Sharon Marcia Social Studies League Committees: League Repre- sentative: Choir: Three Fives: Home- room Vice-President: Spring, Winter Music Festivals: Toastmistress Gerilce, Doris Adelia Business Education League Bronze Pin, Representative: News Representative: Thespians: All- School Play: Big Sister: School Play Production Staff Gerl, Janifer Dee Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League President, Gold with Ruby Pin, Rep- resentative, Honors Board, Commit- tees: United Nations Contest Winner: "I Speak for Demoracy" Contest Win- ner: ASB Representative: Red Feath- ers, Secretary: Color Girls, Secretary: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: After- School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Library Worker: Red Cross Repre- sentative, Secretary, President: FTA Vice-President, Treasurer, Historian: Latin Club, Secretary: Vox Puellarum: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Winter Music Festival: Varsity Debate Girnus, Victor James Art Freshman, B-Squad Football: Home- room President: Art Club Glass, Carole Business Education League Bronze Pin: Red Cross Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: Li- brary Worker: Gym Office Worker: Rest Monitor: Choir: Locker Monitor: Spring, Winter Music Festivals Gleason, Janet Anne Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: Vox Puellarum: FTA: Spanish Club: Thespians: Doll Shop, Lead: Children's Theater: Win- ter Music Festival: ASB Representa- tive: Red Cross Representative Glenn, William Le Roy Mathematics Glubrecht, Daryl John Mathematics Doll Shop: Marching, Concert Band Science Radio Club: ib ry W ker: Gym Of- L Gordon, J obbin Dianne Business Education PE Monitor: News Representative: Ri- fle Club, Secretary, Treasurer: Tennis Team: Red Cross Representative: A11- Activity Shield: Tennis Letter: Varsity Tennis, Cocaptain: Big Sister fice Monito 1 Gordon, M io Gormley, Barbara Lou Business Education League Bronze Pin: Red Cross Repre- sentative: ASB Representative: After- School Sports: Girls' Glee: Locker Monitor: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker Gosselin, Lloyd O. Science Federation Representative: S c i e n c e Fair Winner Graeclel, Ralph Dennis Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: Math Club: Concert, Marching, Special Band: B-Squad Baseball: Homeroom Treasurer Gratten, Dennis E. Matliematics After-School Sports: Spanish Club: Math Club: Radio Club: Warriors: Wrestling: V a r s i t y Cross-Country, Track: F r e s h m a n Cross-Country, Track: Talent Club Graupner, Karen Lee Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Representative: League Gold Pin, Committees, Big Si s t e r : Commercial Club, Secretary: A11-Ac- tivity Shield: Gym Office Monitor, Locker Monitor: Rest Monitor: Li- brary Worker Green, Frances .lo Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: ASB Treasurer, Committees: Songleader: League Gold Pin, Committees, Office Worker: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Junior Senator: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Big S i s t e r : Color Girls : After-School Sports: Tennis Team: Do-ll Shop Green, Patricia Ann Business Education Transferred from Othello, Washington. Girls' G l e e : Homeroom Treasurer: Spring, Winter Music Festivals Green, Robert Ellis Industrial Arts Library Worker: Locker Monitor Greenwood, Alfred L. Mathematics Science Fair Winner: Doll Shop: Var- sity Football Manager: Junior Varsity Baseball: Bowling: Junior Achieve- ment as iffy ,uv rj , AJ A r emei fed M. he 'cs ASB r sentative: 3 C's: Freshman enn : ebate: Tamarack Represent- ative: 5 Representative ,FX K9 Grow, Carol Jean Business Education League Representative: After-School Sports: Doll Shop: Big Sister 1 ' 'rd ' n X N Math ati .. Q ' C Gustafson, Judith Ann H onieinaking League Silver Pin, Representative, Committees: ASB Representative, Committees: N e W s Representative: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield: FNA, President: Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary: Study Hall Roll Checker: Aquettes Hahn, Ja nice Business Education League B r o n z e Pin: Concessions Worker: After-School Sports: Towel Monitor: Big Sister Haisley, Roger Social Studies Freshman Football: Freshman, Junior Varsity, Varsity Baseball: Homeroom President: News Representative: Fed- eration Representative Hallgarth, Joan Marie Art Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: League B r o n z e Pin: ASB Representative: Stage Crew: Art Club , Hamilton, Cheryl Business Education Lea ue Re resentative Bi S i s t e r E D , E 5 After-School Sports: Bowling: Girls' Glee Ha milton, Earl Edward Mathematics Photography Staff: Federation Repre- sentative: Varsity Football: B-Squad Football: Homeroom President Ha mmar, Donald James Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Jun- ior Varsity Baseball: B-Squad Cross- Country: After-School Sports: Latin Club, Treasurer: Math Club: Debate: Junior Achievement Hammond, Jim Industrial Arts Hansen, James Edward Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: News Representative: Tamarack Representa- tive: Math Contest Finalist: 3 C's: News Staff: Gym Locker Monitor: Homeroom Vice-President Harala, Karen Gay Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Representative, Commit- tees, Big Sister: Girls' Glee, Secre- tary, Sergeant at Arms: Color Girls: After-School Sports: Doll Shop, Lead: Locker Monitor: Towel Monitor: Amo- res Librorum: Homeroom Secretary: Spring, Winter Music Festivals Hardenbroolc, Richard Thomas Industrialflrts Schol Honor Roll: Amores '- brorum, President, Fifth ecuti : Boys' Glee: Choir: Red Cr Repr 'X sentative: Cross-Countr Tra ' - Commissioner, Shield an Star: en Club X Y ' y riors: Traffic and Gr u l at Hardt, Carley H. Industrial A rts Track Manager Hardwick, Gary Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Tennis Team: Varsity Track: Latin Club: Intramural Basketball Hare, J. Bradford Social Studies Stage Crew Harper, Richard Social Studies Boys' Glee: Freshman, B-Squad Foot- ball Harris, Marjorie Lee Science Red Feathers: League Silver Pin, Big Sister: FNA, Treasurer: Concessions Worker: Library Worker: Red Cross Representative: 3 C's: Girls' Glee: Choir Harris, Norman Bruce Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: Red Cross Representative: Tamarack Representative: 3 C's: Locker Monitor Haskins, Kenneth M. Science Varsity Football, Track: Warriors: Band, Marching, Concert: ASB Corn- mittees, Con Scheduling, Chairman: Federation Representative: Red Cross Representative Hauschild. Joyce Kay Mathematics League Gold Pin with Ruby, Commit- tees, Point Chairman, Office Monitor, Big Sister: ASB Committees: News Representative: Library Worker: Tal- ent Club, President, Vice-President, Treasurer: Homeroom President, Sec- retary Hawkins, Ronald Wayne Industrial Arts Band oncert, Mar in Drum Ma- jor ' ' l M Hawley, Joanne Grace Fine Arts League B r o n z e Pin: After-School Sports: Library Worker: 3 C's Hawley, Judith Kaye Business Education Red Cr o s s Representative: League Bronze Pin, Committees, Representa- tive, Big Sister: ASB Representative: News Representative: Tamarack Rep- resentative: After-School S p o r t s : Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer Heckel, Larry Science Red Cross Representative Hedge, Karen Lucile Business Education Red Cross Representative: Study Hall Roll Checker: Hall Guard: Big Sister: Ice Skating: Girls' Golf Team Heeter. Fred Stauthie Mathematics Homeroom President: Junior Varsity Track Hein, Luanne Business Education League Bronze Pin, Committees: Roll Checker: News Representative: Girls' Glee: Spring, Winter Music Festivals Heinz, Karen Anne Business Education Girls' Glee: League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Library Worker: Bowling Helblg, Betty Mathematics - Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Gold Pin, Committees, Big Sister: ASB Committees, Representative: News, Tamarack Representative: Tamarack Staff, Faculty Editor: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Chairman: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All-Activ- ity Shield, 2 stars: Library Worker: Gym Office Monitor: United Nations Contest Winner: Latin Club, Presi- dent: FTA: Math Club: Medecine d'Avenir: Debate: Winter Music Fest- ival: Quill and Scroll Helsloy, Suzanne Carol Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: League Gold Pin, Representative, Commit- tee, Big Sister: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: ASB Committees: Dad-Daugh- ter Banquet, Chairman: News Repre- sentative: Tamarack Representative: After-School S p o r t s : A11-Activity Shield: Latin Club, Secretary: News Staff: Debate: Homeroom Roll Checker Hemmerling, 'Linda Business Education League Pin, Committees, Representa- tive: ASB Committees: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Library Worker: Girls' Glee Heyer, Paula H omemaking Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League Committees, Representative, Gold Pin, Big Sister, Style Show: ASB Com- mittees, Representative: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: After- School Sports: A11 Activity Shield: Latin Club: Talent Club, Secretary: Vox Puellarum: Study Hall Roll Checker: Toastmistresses, Treasurer: Thanksgiving Convocation, Chairman: Homeroom President: FTA Treasurer Hiatt, Charles Mathematics Freshman Tennis: B-Squad, All-City Tennis Runner-up: Varsity Tennis: After-School Sports: Marching, Con- cert, Special, Pep Band, Sergeant at Arms Higbee, Kenneth Leo Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Math Club: Varsity Debate, Freshman, Jun- ior Varsity Cross-Country: Freshman, Junior Varsity Track: Intramural Bas- ketball: Homeroom Treasurer: Junior Achievement Hildahl, Jerry Leslie Industrial Arts Hinshaw, Michael Nicholas Industrial Arts Hively, Jean Hornernaking Red Cross Representative: ASB Rep- resentative, Committees: Big Sister: Homeroom President: After-School Sports: Nurse's Office Monitor: Lock- er Monitor Hobbs, Mary Alyce Science League Silver Pin, Committees, Rep- resentative, Big Sister: Red Feathers: Aquettes, Historian: Doll Shop: Red Cro s s Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Li- brary Worker: Science Fair Winner: Medecine d'Avenir, President: Rest Monitor: Gym Office Monitor: Debate: Toastmistresses Hoering, Richard G. Social Studies Marching, Concert, Pep Band: Bowl- ing Hohenstein, Jim B. Science Freshman Tennis: B-Squad Football: Homeroom Vice-President: Bowling Hoitink, Steven Grant Sacial Studies Freshman Football, B-Squad Football: Junior Varsity Baseball Holschen, Don Industrial A rts Gym Office Worker Homick, Richard Paul Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Var- sity Debate: PE Office Monitor: Toastmasters: Federation Representa- tive: ASB Representative: Russian Class H Q0rge Industrial Arts Concert, Marching, Special Band: Red Cross Representative: 3 C's Hopkins, Earl Howard Industrial Arts Horn, Marlys Jean H ornernaking Gym Monitor: Girls' Glee: Big Sister Howard, Jeanne Business Education Homeroom Treasurer: League Com- mittees, Representative, Big Sister: Three Fives: Spring, Winter Music Festivals: Doll Shop: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Medecine d'Avenir: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer Howard, Sharon Lynn Science Scholastic Honor Roll: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representative: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Representa- tive: FNA: Three Fives, Secretary: Big S i s t e r : Homeroom Secretary: Spring, Winter, Music Festivals: Tal- ent Club: Three Fives Quintet Howlett, Robert Science Hudlow, Donna Rae Business Education Red Cross Representative: Office Worker: Study Hall Roll Checker: Bookroom Worker: Big Sister Hughes, Barbara Jean Science Doll Shop: ASB Representative: FNA: Three Fives: Big Sister: Spring, Win- ter Music Festivals: Three Fives Quintet Hulbert, Jon. C. Mathematics Homeroom President: ASB Repre- sentative Humphries, Florence Science League Bronze Pin, Committees: Red Cross Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Spanish Club: FNA, President: 3 C's: Nurse's Office Monitor: Big Sister: Girls' Glee Hunt, Tarrell Lynette Science Red Feathers: League Secretary, Rep- resentative, H o n o r s Board, Office Monitor, Gold Pin, Big Sister: A S B Representative, Committees: Home- room President, Vice-President: Doll Shop: News Representative: FTA: After-School S p o r t s: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars, Honorable Mention: Study Hall Roll Checker: Varsity Ten- nis Team, Manager unter, Elinor Marie , i 11tM1'L!1ki11g w Hurley, Gary Dean Industrial Arts Special, Concert, Marching Band Rifle C l u b : ASB Representative Marching Band Officer Hutchings, Lemuel Science B-Squad Football Hutchins, Ilene Business Education Choir: 3 C's: Commercial Club Hutchins, Keith Allen Social Studies Hutchinson, Helen Kay Music Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representa- tive-, Style Show, Big Sister: Three Fives, President: Spring, Winter Mu- sic Festivalsg News Staff, News Edi- tor: Mailing Staff, Manager: Junior Press Club: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop, Lead: Talent Club, Secretary, Reporter: Red Cross Representative: Tamarack S t a f f , Representative: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Commercial Club: Three Fives Quin- tet: Senior Commencement Commit- tee, Chairman: Talent Club, Vice- President ide, Courtney Clark Science Marching, Concert, Special Band lngebrigtson, Connie Science Transferred from Great Falls, Mon- tana. FNA: 3 C's: Library Worker: After-School Sports Inman, Sandra Kay Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: League Silver Pin: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: League Representative: News Repre- sentative: Tamarack Representative: After-School S p o r t s : All-Activity Shield, Gold star: Varsity Tennis: Big Sister: Tennis Letter: Junior Achieve- ment: ASB Nominating Committee Irwin, Ronald R. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Doll Shop Orchestra: Federation Council: Red Cross Representative: Talent Club: Marching, Concert, Special, Pep Band: Saxophone Quartet: EWCE Honor Band: All-State Band James, Tom Industrial Arts Transferred from Marcus, Washing- ton. Marching Band Jelsing, Judith Business Education Transferred from Rugby, North Da- kota. Choir Jensen, Kathleen Ann Business Education League Silver Pin, Committees: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: FNA: All-School Play: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: ASB Representative, Committees: N e w s Representative: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker Johnson, Bonnie Marie Fine Arts Transferred from M a 1' y c l i f f High School. Art Club: Red Cross Repre- sentative: Golf Team Johnson, Donald Edward Science ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Golf Te-am: B-Squad Baseball Johnson, Gary Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: ASB Representative: Freshman Football, Baseball: B-Squad Football, Basket- ball, Baseball: Varsity Football Johnson, Janet Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Gold Pin, Committees, Representative: Color Girls: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Representative: Freshman Senator: News Representa- tive: After-School Sports: Vox Puel- larum, Secretary: Commercial Club: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Ticket Office Monitor: Homeroom Vice-President: After-School Sports Johnson, Jerry Industrial Arts Boys' Glee Johnson, Joanne R. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Silver Pin, Representative: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls : Doll Shop: News Representative: After-School Sports: Library Worker: Big Sister: All-Ac- tivity Shield Johnson, Sonya Business Education Doll Shop: ASB Nominating Commit- tee: Library Worker: League Bronze Pin, Style Show: Senior Announce- ments Committee Johnson. Wesley Dou'glas Mathematics ASB Representative, Election Com- mission: Homeroom President: Spe- cial, Concert, Marching Band Johnston, Frederick Paige Social Studies Transferred from Bonners Ferry, Ida- ho. Scholastic Honor Rollg After- School Sports: Choir: Winter Music Festival Jones, James P. Mathematics Transferred from Portland, Oregon Jones, Marilyn Reoma Homemaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Repre- sentative Joy, Gail Business Education Transferred from Moscow, Idaho. Red Cross Representative: Library Work- er: Bowling Joynes, Brenda Marie Science X Transferred from Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. FNA Keeling, Doris Ann Homemaking Doll S hop: League Representative, Bronze Pin: Girls' Glee- President: Spring, Winter Music Festivals: Choir: FNA: Library Worker: Office Worker: Big Sister: ASB Representative, Dance Committee Kellberg, Kay Sharon Mathematics League Representative, Big Sister: After-School Sports: Bowling, Second Place Winner Kelly, Dan Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Home- room Secretary Kemmish, Jim William Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: Concert, Spe- cial, Pep Band: Homeroom President Keys, Robert Lynn Social Studies ASB Representative: News Represent- ative: Tamarack Representative: Var- sity Track, B-Squad Track: Cross- Country: Junior Achievement King, Gary Lee Foreign Languages Sp ish Club: Rifle Club: Debate: Fre h an Football, T r a c k 3 Home- roo resident 'il elf ff Kololoth, Lyman Ron Industrial Arts Freshman Baseball: News Representa- tive: Homeroom Vice-President, Ser- geant at Arms Knapp, Aaron Nathaniel Science 3 C's: Spanish Club: Choir Knowles, Doris Anne Science Red Feathers: League Representative: Winter M u s i c Festival: Medecine d'Avenir, Secretary, President: Bowl- ing Knudson, Sharon Kay Business Education League Committees: Doll Shop: Big Sister: After-School S p o r t s : FTA: Homeroom Treasurer Kracher, Jo Business Education Transferred from Chewelah, Wash- ington Kratt, George Mathematics Kraut, Dan Mathematics Bowling Kringle, Kathie Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League Silver Pin: Doll Shop: Office Worker: Essay Contest Winner: 3'Cs, Secretary: Big Sister: Girls' Glee Kroetch, Daniel J. Industrial Arts Kuhrt, Roger Otis Social Studies Library Worker: Library Representa- tive Q Kurtz, Gary Ray Mathematics ASB Committees: News Representa- tive: Tamarack Representative: After- School Sports: Quill and Scroll: B- Squad Baseball: News Staff, Sports Editor: Rifle Club Kyle, Jett Mathematics Federation Committees: Freshman Football, Basketball, Baseball: B- Squad Football, Basketball, Track: Varsity Football: Senior Senator: Fed- eration Senator, Treasurer: Warriors, Secretary: Federation Representative: Homeroom President: ASB Commit- tees: Junior Marching Band: Scholas- tic Honor Roll Kyle, Julia Maxine Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Treas- urer, Gold Pin: Red Feathers, Ser- geant at Arms: Color Girls: Aquettes, Treasurer: Doll Shop: Winter Music Festival: ASB Committees: League Committees: ASB Representative: League Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Gym Office Worker: Spanish Club: Commercial Club: Big Sister: Toast- mistresses LaBa rge, Phyllis Business Education Thespians, Treasurer: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: League Gold Pin, Commit- tees, Style Show, Big Sister: ASB Committees: All-Activity Shield: Aft- er-School Sports: Red Cross Repre- sentative: Ticket Office: PE Monitor: Winter Music Festival: News Repre- sentative LaCombe, Lynn Laurence Science R e d C r o s s Representative: Radio Club: Tennis Team Laclwig, Judith Dianne Business Education ASB Honors Board: League Repre- sentative, Committees, Silver Pin: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Ten- nis Team, Captain, Letter and 1 star: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: News Rep- resentative: Big Sister Lampert, Michael Gardner Mathematics Honors Board Committee: Federation Senior Council: Warriors: Varsity Football: ASB Committees: Toast- masters: Freshman, Junior Varsity Track: B-Squad Basketball, Football Lamson, Warren Mathematics Bowling Lamphier, Carl David Mathematics Transferred from Rosalia, Washing- trm Lane, Pennie Business Education League Bronze Pin, Big Sister, Office Monitor: News Representative: Aft- er-School Sports: Girls' Glee: Study Hall Roll Checker: Bowling: Ticket Office Worker Lang, Ronald C. Science ASB Representative: Radio Club Lanter, Judy Elaine H omemaking League Silver Pin, Committees: ASB Committees, Representative: N e W s Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: FTA: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker Larson, Louise Business Education League Silver Pin: After-School Sports: Debate: Choir: Three Fives: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: Homeroom Secretary Larson, Robert Eugene Science Warriors: Varsity Tennis: Choir Lawrence, Judith Lee M athematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Gold Pin: Tamarack Staff, Senior Editor: Tamarack Representative: Quill and Scroll: Red Cross Repre- sentative, Secretary: ASB Representa- tive: Big Sister: Bookroom Worker: Orchestra: Amores Librorurn, Presi- dent, Vice-President, Secretary: ASB Elections Committee: Senior Com- mencement Committee Lawton, Gary Frank Mathematics ASB Committees: S p a n i s h Club, Treasurer: Marching Concert, Spe- cial Band: Doll Shop: Bowling Lee, Larry Mathematics ASB Representative: Homeroom Presi- dent: Warriors: Varsity Golf: Golf Letter Lenhart, Sharon Lillian Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Gold Pin: All-Activity Shield: After- School Sports: Amores Librorum, Secretary, Treasurer: FTA: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: Office Monitor: Big Sister: Red Feathers: Ticket Office Worker Lincoln, Rod Science Linclloloom, Gordon Science Transferred from Palouse, Washing- ton. Special, Marching Band Lingle, Barbara Ann Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Gold P i n , Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor: FNA: 3 C's: Ice Skating Co-Chair- man: Homeroom Secretary: Big Sis- ter: Library Worker: Hall Guard, Lieutenant: Letter, Traffic Squad Livengood, Geraldine lnene Business Education League Gold Pin, Representative, Committees: Senior Class Secretary: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Homeroorn President: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Gym Office Worker, Monitor: Study Hall Roll Checker: Teens for Polio: Football Princess Attendant: FNA: Commercial Club: All-Activity Shield: Mothers' Dessert, Chairman: ASB Representative, Committees: Doll Shop Lochridge, William Kress Science Transferred from Kennewick, Wash- ington. Medecine d'Avenir Long, Susan Jane Business Education Big Sister: Girls' Glee: Library Work- er Losl-1, Doralene Fay Business Education League Silver Pin, Representative: After-School Sports: Library Worker: Big Sister: Ticket Office Worker: Homeroom Secretary Lovell, Robert Bruce Social Studies Homeroom President, Vice-President: Tamarack Representative: ASB Rep- resentative Luce, Henry Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: B- Squad Football: Rifle Club: After- School Sports Luke, John Industrial Arts Lulling, Muriel Honieinaking ASB Representative, Dance Commit- tee: Rest Monitor: Doll Shop: Silver Spurs Lundy, Janice Elaine Matlieinatics Scholastic Honor Roll, 8 times: League Gold Pin, Style Show, Committees: Co-Chairman, League Pep Con: Homeroom Secretary, Vice-President: Big Sister: All-School Play, Lead: Doll Shop, Lead: Toastmistresses: Commercial Club: Tau Chi, Secretary: Tamarack Staff, Faculty, Senior Ed- itor: Children's Theater: Tamarack Representative: Debate: Senior Con- vocation Committee Lyons, Mary Alice Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representa- tive, Big Sister: Tamarack Staff, As- sociate Editor, Senior Editor, Repre- sentative: Varsity D e b a t e : Science Fair, Honorable Mention: Toastmis- tresses, Second Vice-President: Red Cross Representative: Quill and Scroll: Senior Commencement Committee McCaughan, Sandra Sue Business Education League Silver Pin: Red Cross Repre- sentative: Gym Office Worker: Sci- ence Fair Winner: Locker Monitor: Big Sister: Golf Team McClenal1an, James Owen Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Debate: Tennis Team McCoy, Jacqueline L. M atlieniatics Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: League Gold Pin, Representative: Football Princess: Red Feathers, Chairman: Color Girls, Chairman: ASB Dance Committee, Chairman: Aquettes: Aft- er-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, Gold Star: Gym Office Worker: Co- Chairman, After-School Swimming: Co-Chairman, All-Activity Points: Homeroom Secretary: Big Sister McDonald, Kathleen Lee Art League Silver Pin: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: ASB Committees: News Repre- sentative: Big Sister: Tennis Team: Art Club: Toastmistresses, Vice-Presi- dent: Library Worker: All-Activity Shield McDonald, Ken George Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Home- room Secretary, Treasurer McFarlane, Janice Business Education Doll Shop: League Committees: Study Hall Roll Checker: Locker Monitor: Big Sister McGaw, Karol A. Social Studies Aquettes: Red Cross Representative: League Representative: After-School Sports: Spanish Club, Vice-President M cGeorge, Bob Industrial Arts Bowling McGinn, Denice Social Studies League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Girls' Glee: Nurse's Office Monitor: Office Worker: Library W o r k e r : After- School Sports McHenry, Bradley Donald Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Fed- eration Representative: News Repre- sentative: Latin Club, Vice-President: B-Squad Basketball, Varsity Basket- ball: Varsity Golf: Rifle Club: War- riors: Homeroom President McLay, Patricia Louise Business Education Homeroom P r e s i d e n t , Secretary, T r e a s u r e r 5 ASB Representative: League Committees: Three Fi v e s , Sergeant at Arms: Choir: Girls' Glee: Spring, Winter Music Festivals: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Commer- cial Club: Big S i s t e r : Three Fives Quintet McLaughlin, Ron Science Homeroom President: Junior Varsity Cross-Country: Federation Represent- ative McLellan, Carol Sue Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin: After-School Sports: Li- brary Worker: 3 C's: Senior Cards and Announcements Committee: All-Ac- tivity Shield: Bronze Library Pin McKibbin, Karen Rai Social Studies Doll Shop: Amores Librorum: Mede- cine d'Avenir: Big Sister: Golf Team: Study Hall Roll Checker McMullen, Jim Norman Science Talent Club: Homeroom President, Treasurer: Saxophone Quartet: March- ing, Concert, Special, Pep Band: Fed- eration Representative McNab, Patricia Anne Art Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Representative: Library Worker: Art Club: Stage Crew: Big Sister McPhail, Earl W. Mathematics Federation Representative McPhee, L. Norman Art Madison, Fay Bernadine Business Education League Silver Pin, Big Sister: Red Cross Representative: ASB Represent- ative: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor: Nurse's Office Monitor: Aft- er-School Sports Magnuson, John Walter Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: ASB Representative, Committees: News Representative: Latin Club: Warriors: Varsity, B-Squad Football: Fresh- man Baseball Manager: Homeroom President Maierich, Gary Richard Industrial Arts Federation Representative Martini, Dan Charles Mathematics ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative, Committees, Department Head: Locker Monitor Martin, Diana Dale Homemaking Girls' G1ee: League Representative, Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Gym Office Worker: All-Activity Shield: After-School Sports: Swim- ming Manager: ASB Representative: Doll Shop: Spring Music Festival: Varsity Tennis: Locker Monitor: Homeroom Treasurer: Concessions Worker Maulie, Robert Guy Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 8 times: Math- ematics Contest, First Place, 3 times: Varsity Debate, First Place, Extem- poraneous Speaking, PLC and CPS: First Place Debate at Whitworth, PLC, and CPS: Toastmasters: Bowling: 3 C's, Vice-President Mayhew, M. Timothy Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Doll Shop Orchestra: Federation Repre- sentative: Spelling Contest Winner: Marching, Concert, Special B and: Chess Club: Russian Class Meek, David J. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Gym Office Monitor: Locker Monitor: Bowl- ing Meckelson, Kristy Kay Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Silver Pin, Representative, Big Sister, Com- mittees: ASB Representative: News Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Talent Club, Sec- retary, President: Commercial Club: Doll Shop: Medecine d'Avenir: Three Fives, Secretary, President: Home- room Secretary: Spring, Winter Mu- sic Festivals: Varsity Golf: Three Fives Quintet Mehl, Sharon Louise Business Education Merkel, Dwight Milton Social Studies Varsity, B-Squad Football Merrick, Walt Mathematics Warriors: Varsity Baseball: B-Squad Football, Basketball Merriman, Timothy L. Science Golf: Bowling Millay, Maynard Gary Mathematics Red C r o s s Representative: B-Squad Football: Marching, Concert Band Miller, Donald Gene Industrial Arts Boys' Glee MilleH', Judy Business Education Bowling Miotke, David Science Transferred from Jacksonville, Flor- ida Mitchell, Gary Westley Fine Arts Spanish Club Mix, Larry Social Studies ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Library Worker: Grounds Squad Mix, Michael Cary Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Representative: News Representative: Warriors: Varsity, B-Squad Basket- ball: Golf: Homeroom Vice-President Moe, Maynard Marvin Social Studies Federation President, Vice-President, C l e r k , Representative, Committees, Executive Council: ASB Committees: B-Squad Football: Varsity, B-Squad Baseball: Warriors: Homeroom Presi- dent, Vice-President: Senior Cards and Announcements Committee: American Legion Baseball Monohon, Sharon Lee Homemaleing Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: League B r o n z e Pin: Debate: Ice Skating: Study Hall Roll Checker Moore, Diane Carol - Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Commit- tees, Representative: League Bronze Pin, Style Show, Representative, Com- mittees, Big Sister: Girls, Glee: Com- mercial Club Moore, Jim Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Senior Class President: Football, Co-Captain, All-City: W a r r i o r s : After-School Sports: Varsity, B-Squad Football: Varsity Track: Student Court Judge: Federation Clerk, Committees: Doll Shop Moore, Torge Lou Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Silver Pin, Representative, Commit- tees: ASB Committees: Big Sister: Tamarack Staff: Red Cross Represent- ative: Library Worker Morgan, Gail Ellen Business Education Doll Shop: League Committees: Aft- er-School Sports: Office Worker: Big Sister Morgan, Ga ry Burke Mathematics ASB Fifth Executive, Con Scheduling Committee, Representative: Red Cross Representative, Treasurer: M a t h Club: Marching, Concert Band: Stu- dent Court Judge Morgen, David R. ' Social Studies Transferred from Gonzaga Prep Morlan, Dani Social Studies Transferred from Marycliff. Home- room Vice-President, Sergeant at Arms: Big Sister Z 7 i .. ,MW Q.,ElMU WJ Morlan, Dave! Mathematics Wrestling: Homeroom President: B- Squad Football Morris, Linus John 'Mathematics V a r s it y , B-Squad Football: ASB Representative, Talent Con: Federa- tion Representative: T r a c k : Doll Shop Morrow, Henry Dovillo Mathematics Transferred from Clearwater, Kansas Moser, Charles L. Mathematics Mullenix, Judith Rae Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representative: Doll Shop: ASB Scholarship Committee: News Representative: After-School Sports: Office Worker: Girls' Glee: Big Sister Munkers, Michael Lee Science Transferred from Rogers Murphy, Patrick Jay Science B-Squad Football: Freshman Track, Cross-Country: ASB Representative: After-School Sports: Choir: Office Worker: Locker Monitor Murphy, Virginia Marie Business Education After-School Sports: Gym Office Monitor: Winter Concert: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Roll Checker Myer, Mike J. Industrial Arts Transferred from Medical Lake, Washington. Varsity Football: War- riors: Federation Treasurer i Nalcagawa, Nancy Masalco Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Nomi- nating Committee: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representative: After- School Sports: Red Feathers, Sergeant at Arms: Color Girls: FNA, Vice- President: Nurse's Office Monitor: Doll Shop: Winter Music Festival: Study Hall Roll Checker: ASB- Schol- arship Committee: Homeroom Presi- dent: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Big Sister: Toastmistress Nebergall, Virginia Business Education League Representative, Committees, Big Sister: ASB Representative: 3 C's: Girls' Glee: Choir Nelson, David Albert Mathematics PE Monitor Nelson, Sonia Rae Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Gold Pin, Representative, Committees: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: ASB Rep- resentative, Committees: All-Activity Shield: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Boys' Federation De- bate Tournament, First Place: Latin Club, President: Vox Puellarum: Var- sity Debate: Study Hall Roll Check- er: Medecine d'Avenir: Big Sister: Junior Toastmistress, Vice-President , UJQC X V0 -t X W H it ft Nel'hercul'+, Nancy Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Secretary, Representative, Committees, Honors Board: League Gold Pin, Committees, Chairman, Representative, Big Sister: Girls' State, Treasurer: Songleading Chairman: Red Cross Representative, President: Commercial Club: FTA: Doll Shop: Homeroom Vice-President: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Office Monitor: Tennis Team: Color Girls: After-School S p o r t s : Senior Class Treasurer Noel, Carmen Yvonne Business Education Transferred from Republic, Washing- ton. Red Cross Representative: League Representative: Choir: Golf Noonan, Nancy lrene Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: News Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Ed- itor, Feature Editor: Quill and Scroll, P r e s i d e n t, Secretary: Commercial Club, President: Vox Puellarum, President: Aquettes: League Gold Pin, Chairman of Winter Mixer: ASB Committees: Color Girls: Red Feath- ers: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Doll Shop Norby, Ruth Enid Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: Big Sister: After-School Sports, Basketball Manager: League Bronze Pin, Representative Norman, Lois .lean Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Math Club, Secretary: League Silver Pin, Committees, Office Monitor: Home- room Roll Checker, Secretary, Vice- President: Red Cross Representative: After-School Sports: Nurse's Office Monitor: Big Sister: Cafe Worker Norris, Paul R. Mathematics Radio Club, Vice-President: 3 C's: De- bate: Grounds Squad Nudell, Donna Lorraine Business Education League B r o n z e Pin, Committees: Homeroom Secretary: Big S i s t e r ' After-School Sports: N e w s Repre sentative: Nurse's O f f i c e Monitor: Red Cross Representative Obde. .loyann Fine Arts League Bronze Pin: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Commercial Club: Big Sister: J u n i o r Toastmistressz ASB Committees: L e a g u e Committees, Representative: Office Worker: After- School S p o r t s : All-Activity Shield: Commercial Club, President O'Connell, Danny E. Science Transferred from Helena, Montana O'Conner, Karen Business Education League Committees, Representative: Girls' Glee: Spring, Winter Music Festivals: All-School Play: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer O'Connor, Richard Lewis Social Studies B-Squad Football: Boys' Glee Odell, Ronald N. Science Freshman Football: Stage Cre A ,l B l X WW odeu, sicyelgl l ' fy X Science , " ' , , I , - A S B Re e entative, V i Federation epresentati : Q uad Football: Golf Team: ta , ew: Intramural Swim O'Keefe, Kathy Elizabeth Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: Big Sister: Art Club: Spanish Club: Bowling Olsen, Ruth Ellen Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Gold Pin, Secretary, Honors Board, Big Sister, General Chairman, Pot- luck Food Committee, Chairman: Tamarack, Editor-in-Chief: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls, Secretary: Doll Shop: Winter Music Festival: ASB Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield, l star: Library Work- er: Women Accountants Essay Win- ner: Spokesman-Review Correspond- ent: Homeroom Secretary: Vox Puel- larum, Fifth Executive: FTA Presi- dent, Historian: 3 C's, Vice-President, Secretary: Quill and Scroll: News Staff, Feature Editor, Associate Ed- itor: Junior Press Club: Big Sister Olson, Jerry Social Studies Federation Representative: A f t e r - School Sports: Freshman Football: Homeroom President, Vice-President Opsal, .lon Lynn Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Tal- ent Club, Treasurer: Homeroom Pres- ident: Doll Shop Orchestra: March- ing, Concert, Special, Pep Band: Win- ter Music Festival: Trumpet Trio' Brass Quintet Ostenclorf, Phil Social Studies Varsity Football: Stage Crew Oty, Larry Orlin M atliematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Fifth Executive: Sophomore Senator: Fed- eration Treasurer, Committees, Rep- resentative: Varsity, B-Squad Track: B-Squad Football Ovendale, Thomas Science ASB Representative: Homeroom Pres- ident Paddock, Terry Mathematics Library Worker: News Representa- tive: After-School Sports: Tennis Team: Golf Team: Gym Office Mon- itor Paggett, Don E. Social Studies Red Cross Representative Pa ntza r, Che Che M atlhematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Silver Pin: Aquettes, Pageant Direc- tor: Library Worker: After-School Sports: Homeroom Secretary Parker, Virginia Ann Business Education Library Worker: Red Cross Repre- sentative: League Bronze Pin: Junior Achievement Paul, Pauline Anne Business Education League Bronze Pin: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Tamarack Representative: All-Activity Shield: Office Worker: Gym Office Worker: Girls' Glee: Locker Monitor: Big Sister: Bowling League: Study Hall Roll Checker: Homeroom Secretary Pelales, Connie Business Education League Silver Pin: Color Girls: Red Cross Representative: Tamarack Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Big Sister: Girls' Glee: Winter, Spring Music Festivals Pence, Albert Loyd Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Red Cross Representative: ASB Repre- sentative: Talent Club: News Repre- sentative: Freshman Cross-Country, Track: Varsity Debate: Golf: Chess Club: Grounds Squad: Junior Achievement: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: Math Club Perez, Joseph Verne Science Transferred from Salem, Oregon. Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Commit- tees: Varsity, B-Squad Football: Warriors: Junior Varsity Track: Homeroom President, Vice-President: News Representative: Quill and Scroll: Federation Representative: Tamarack Representative: News Staff, Sports Writer, Circulation, Assistant Sports Editor: Math Club, Treasurer Peterson, Carol Lynn Business Education Red Feathers: Commercial Club, Treasurer: Thespians, Secretary: Chil- dren's Theater: Fall Play: All-School Play: Music Festival: Doll Shop: Aft-- gr-School Sports: Office Worker: Big ister Phipps, Judith Marie .Science League Pin, Sextet, Representative: Doll Shop: Spanish Club: Big Sister: News Representative: Homeroom Sec- retary Pierce, William Math ernati cs Junior Varsity Cross--Country Pilant, Judith Ellen , Art League Pin, Big Sister: Color Girls: Red Cross Representative, Vice-Presi- dent: Art Club, Treasurer: ASB Rep- resentative: After-School S p o r t s : Homeroom President, Vice-President: Tamarack Art Editor Piper, Carol Helen Fine Arts Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Gym Of- fice Worker: Spanish Club: Art Club: Gym Office Monitor: Big S i s t e r : Study Hall Roll Checker: Walk Slip Chairman: League Silver Pin Porter, Bill Printing News Representative: Boys' Glee Potter, Steve Social Studies ASB Representative: Horneroom Sec- retary: Gym Office Worker Poulin, Linda Sue Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Gold with Ruby Pin: Color Girls: Song- Ieader: Doll Shop: ASB Representa- tive: After-School Sports: Al1-Activ- ity Shield, 2 stars: Science Fair Win- ner: Spanish Club: Vox Puellarum: FTA: Commercial Club: Toastmis- tresses: League Representative, Com- mittees: Debate: Junior Senator: Ten- nis Team: Big Sister: League Vice- President, Style Show Poutre, Franklin Steven Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: War- riors: Boys' Glee: Homeroom Presi- dent, Vice-President: Varsity Cross- Country, Captain: Varsity Track , Freshman Track, Cross-Country: Fed- eration Representative: Talent Club Powell, J. William Mathematics Tennis Team Pratt, Dale Martin Science Science Fair Winner: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Doll Shop: News Repre- sentative: Hall Guard: Choir Pratt, Mike Industrial Arts After-School Sports: Freshman Foot- ball: Stage Crew: Homeroom Secre- tary Probert, Dale Stanley Industrial Arts Prophet, Larry Don Science Doll Shop: All-School Play: Children s Theater: Thespians 1 Pruitt, Sidney Kay H omemalzing Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Secretary: League Silver Pin, Committees: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: ASB Representative, Commit- tees: News Representative: After- School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Latin Club, Secretary: Federation De-- bate Tournament, First Place: Vox Puellarum, Reporter: Debate: Rest Monitor: Choir: Tennis Team: Big Sis te r : Homeroom Secretary, Vice- President: League Sextet Putnam, .loy Carolyn Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Bronze Pin: Doll Shop: Big Sister Quarles, Carol Barbour Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Gold with Ruby Pin, Committees: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: ASB- Repre- s e n t a t i v e , Committees: Tamarack Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: Vox Puellarum, President: FTA: Quill and Scroll: N e w s Staff, N e W s Editor, Associate Editor: Junior Press Club: Golf: Big Sister: Bowling Race, Edna Alice Homemaking Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League Silver Pin: Red Cross Representative: After-School Sports: Spanish Club, Secretary: FNA, Historian: 3 C's: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker Rainer, Jerry Michael Industrial Arts Transferred from Yakima, Washing- ton. Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Bowling: Radio Club Rantanen, Raymond Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Tama- rack Staff, Sports Editor, Associate Editor: News Staff: Homeroom Presi- dent, Vice-President, Secretary: Tama- rack Representative Rebillard, Allen Social Studies Marching, Concert, Special Band: oll Shop CL L ,,,. Reger, David M. Mathematics Warriors: Federation Representative: Varsity T r a c k : B-Squad Football: Homeroom President Reser, Richard B. Industrial Arts Boys' Glee: After-School Sports Reuss, Cecelia Monica Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Gold Pin, Committees, Representative, Honors Board: Tamarack Staff, Man- aging Editor: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Math Club, President: Doll Shop, General Com- mittee: ASB- Election Conunission: News Representative: Tamarack Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: All-Activity Shield, Gold Star: Latin Club: Quill and Scroll, Secretary-Treasurer: N e w s Staff, Feature- Editor, News Editor, Associate Editor: Junior Press Club, Program Chairman, Vice-President: Tennis Team Manager: Spokesman- Review Correspondent: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary: Tennis Letter, 1 star Reynolds, LaNell G. Social Studies Transferred from Germany. FTA: 3 C's Reynolds, Nancy Lynn Business Education League Silver Pin, Committees: ASB Representative: After-School Sports: Gym Office Monitor: Locker Moni- tor: Office Worker: Big Sister Rhodes, Michael Patrick Social Studies Warriors: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Special, Concert, Marching Pep, Honor Band, Band Secretary: Varsity Football, Baseball: Freshman Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track: All-School Play: Orchestra: Wrestling: Homeroom President Richards, Bill M athematies ASB Nominating Committee: Federa- tion Representative: Marching, Con- cert, Special, Pep Band: B-Squad Football: Golf Richards, Ellinore Louise Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Tama- rack S t a f f , Representative: News Staff: Quill and Scroll: League Silver Pin, Representative: Color Girls: Doll Shop: ASB Representative: All-Ac- tivity Shield: After-School Sports: Li- brary Worker: Gym Office Worker: Big Sister: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary: Debate Riches, Madeline Ann Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Sil- ver Pin, Committees, Style Show, Representative: Golf Team: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: Home- room President Ricketts, Karen Mary Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: News Representative-, S t a f f , Advertising Manager, Exchange E d i t o r : After- School Sports: 3 C's: Quill and Scroll: Debate: Rifle Club Rickey, Patricia B. Business Education ASB Representative: News Repre- sentative: 3 C's: Girls' Glee: Big Sis- ter: Study Hall Roll Checker: Bowl- ing: Junior Achievement Rinck, Sharon Lee Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Sil- ver Pin: Doll Shop: Big Sister: ASB Representative, Committees: News Representative: After-School Sports: Latin Club: Spanish Club, Secretary: FTA: Medecine d'Avenir: News Mail- ing Staff: Debate Risteen, R. Robin Industrial Arts Freshman, B-Squad Basketball: Fresh- man, B-Squad Baseball Roach, Howard Industrial Arts Transferred from Central Valley Roarlc, David Bryce Science Marching Band: Freshman Football Robards, Eugene Thomas Mathematics Red Cross Representative: ASB Rep- resentative: Warriors: Varsity Basket- ball, T r a c k : B-Squad Basketball, Track: Freshman Basketball: After- School Sports Roberts, John W. Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: Tama- rack Staff Photographer: News Staff Photographer: News Representative: Junior Press Club, Photography Com- petition 1957-58: Spanish Club: Chess Club: Rifle Club: Boys' Glee: Fresh- man Cross-Country: Silver S p u r s : Tamarack Staff Roberts, Judy Business Education After-School Sports: Locker Monitor Roberts, Terry William Industrial Arts Concert, Marching, Special, Pep Band: Terrible Six Band: Doll Shop: Var- sity Football Robertson, Hans Matheiiiatics A S B Representative: Advertising Staff: Tamarack Representative Robinson, Jackie Ann Business Education League Silver Pin: ASB Representa- tive: Medecine d'Avenir: Doll Shop: Office Worker: Homeroom R011 Check- er: Big Sister Rodgers, Linda Kay Business Education League Bronze Pin, Needy Family Committee, Big Sister: Doll Shop: League Office Worker Rodman, Charles Earl Science Rifle Club: ASB Representative Rogers, Aldeann Business Education League Representative, Big Sister Rogers, Lawrence Raymond Mathematics Scholastic Honor R o ll 5 Federation Representative: Homeroom President: Choir, Sergeant at Arms Rohrbaclc, Joan Marilyn Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: League B r o n z e Pin: After-School Sports: Homeroom Vice-President Ross, Naomi Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Sil- ver Pin: Color Girls: Doll Shop: ASB Representative, Committees: League Representative, Committees: N e w s Representative: After-School Sports Rothwell, Diane Elaine Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Gold Pin: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Aquettes, Secre- tary: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Sophomore Nominating Committee: League Com- mittees, Representative: News Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield: Latin Club, Treasur- er: Vox Puellarum, Vice-President: Debate: Girls' Glee: Choir, Librarian: Tennis Team: Big Sister: League Sextet Ruarlc, Harold Edward Social Studies Marching, Concert, Special Band: Ra- dio Club Ruhl, Louie F. Mathematics Transferred from West Valley. Fed- eration Representative: Homeroom President Russell, Arlene Louise H omemaking Big Sister: Horseback Riding: Bad- minton: Doll Shop Ryan, James C. Mathematics ASB Representative, Committees: Li- brary Worker: Library Club: Library Bronze Pin Sailor, Karen N. L ., Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Com- mittees, Style Show: Homeroom Sec- retary Saling, Marilyn Kay Business Education League Bronze Pin: After-School Sports: PE Office Monitor: Nurse's Office Monitor: Locker Monitor: Big Sister Sa ms. H. Leon Mathematics Radio Club, Secretary, President: 3 C's, President: Homeroom Vice- President: Debate: Federation Repre- sentative Sandgren, Patricia D. Businesx Education Big Sister: Roll Checker: After-School Sports Sanne, Ann Science Red Feathers: Doll Shop: League Representative: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: FNA: Locker Moni- tor: Big Sister . Sarber, Gordon Allan Science Homeroom Vice-President Schaum, Mary Maxine Social Studies League Bronze Pin, Committees: News Representative: Doll S h o p : After- School Sports: Library Bronze Pin, Worker: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker Schertenloerg, Berterd Mathematics News Representative Schindele, Arthur Robert Industrial Arts Bowling, City Champion Schmidt, Charlene Jane Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League S i l v e r Pin, Representative: After- School Sports: Varsity Tennis: Roll Checker: Bowling, Secretary: Big Sis- ter ' Schmidt, Darlene Marie Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, Btimes: League Silver Pin, Representative, Commit- tees: Golf Team: Girls' Glee: Al1-Ac- tivity Shield: After-School Sports: News Representative: ASB Repre- sentative: Library Representative: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop Schmidt, Pat K. H omeinaking Graduated in 3V2 Years: Scholastic Honor Roll Schrier, Albert F. Science After-School Skating, Bowling: Ra- dio Club: Choir Schroeder, Buddie Hans Industrial Arts ASB Representative: After- S cho ol Sports: Library Worker: Warriors: Varsity, Freshman Baseball: Varsity, Freshman Track: All-School Play: Boys' Glee Schultz, Rodney Edward Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: Fed- eration Representative: Homeroom Vice-President Schuster, Mary Ann Business Education Library Worker: Locker Monitor: Big' Sister Scotti, Karen Sue Science Red Feathers: Dad and Daughter Ban- quet, Chairman: League Representa- tive: Awards Convocation Co-Chair- man: Coke Party Panel: Debate: Big Sister: Roll Checker Searl, Leland Mathematics U Marching, Concert Band: T r a c k 3 I-Iomeroom Sergeant at Arms: Federa- tion Representative Seger, Janis Business Education Scholastic Honor Rollg League Gold Pin, Big Sister, Representative: ASB Committees: Homeroom President, Treasurer: Office Worker: News Rep- resentative: Doll Shop: Gym Office Monitor Sexson, Shirley Anne. Science Transferred from Falls Church, Vir- ginia. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Spanish Club: FNAg ,After-School Sports: Tennis Team Shane, Darrell Samuel Mathematics Red C r o s s Representative: Special, Concert, Marching Bandg After-School Sports Showalter, Glen C. Mathematics A Scholastic Honor Roll: Special, Con- cert, Marching Band Simpson, Arthur Wayne , Mathematics Sisich, Patricia Gay .Science League Silver Pin, Committees, Rep- resentative: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: Girls' Glee: Red Feathers: Golf Sletten, Bob Social Studies Homeroom President: Special, Concert, Marching Band: Intramural Sports Slider, Michael Social Studies Transferred from Deer Park, Wash- ington. Choir Sligar, Guy K. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: Spanish Club: Freshman Football: Bowling Smith, Carl Samuel Mathematics After-School Sports: Junior Achieve- ment: Freshman Track Smiilm, Dallas E. Industrial Arts ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Bowling Smith, Dennis Ray Industrial Arts Red Cross Representative: Bowling Smith, Dennis E. Industrial Arts Gym Office Monitor Smith, Frank W. Industrial Arts Homeroom Vice-President, Treasurer: Freshman Football Smith, Judith Marie Business Education League Needy Family Chairman, Big S i s t e r 3 Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer: Doll S h o p : Tamarack Staff, Representative: Red Feathers: After-School Sports Smith, Richard Lawrence Science PE Monitor: Freshman Tennis Snow, Mark Ellis Science Federation Representative: Home- room President, Vice-President: Boys' Glee: S p e c i a 1, Concert, Marching Band: Freshman Football Solem, Barbara Joanne Business Education League Committees, Representative, Big Sister: 3- C's: Choir: Study Hall Roll Checker: Gym Office Worker: After-School Sports Sorenson, Sandra Business Education Transferred from Huntsville, Alabama. Scholastic Honor Roll: Big Sister: Girls' Glee: Ticket Office Worker Sorensen, Sherrie Ann Honicinaking Red Cross Representative Sorte, Linda Bernice Foreign Languages League Bronze Pin: Red Cross Rep- resentative: FNA: Spanish Club: Red Feathers: Doll Shop H Spangenberg, Joan Eileen Hotnemaking League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: ASB Representative: Library Representa- tive: News Representative Sperling, William Alan Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: Jun- ior Senator: ASB Fifth Executive, Committees, Representative: Federa- tion Vice-President, Representative, Committees, Council: Warriors: Fresh- man Football, Baseball, Basketball: Varsity Football, Baseball Sprague, Donald Martin Science Science Fair Winner: Grounds Squad: Radio Club: Marching Band: Ice Skat- ing: ASB Committee, Representative: Senior Homeroom Representative Spring, Michael David Industrial Arts Transferred from John Rogers Standley, Ronald Earl Science Special, Concert, Marching Band Stapleton, Melvin Mathematics Senior Class Alternate: Freshman Basketball, Baseball: Junior Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball, Base- ball, Cross-Country, Track: Home- room President, Vice-President: ASB Representative: News Representative Steclcling, Diane Art Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Treasurer, Gold Pin, Big Sister: Vox Puellarum, H i s t o r i a n : Art Club: Sophomore Senator: Color Girls: Red Feathers: Doll S h o p : All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Winter Music Festi- val: After-School Sports Stenhouse, Helen Lynne Homemaking Amores Librorum: Doll Shop: After- School Sports Stockton, Rosalea Kay Homemaking League Committees, Big Sister: Li- brary Bronze Pin: Style Show: News Representative: Doll Shop: Red Feath- ers: Homeroom Treasurer: All-Activ- ity Shield: After-School Sports Stoeser, Douglas B. Science Science Fair Winner: Chess Club Stone, William Eugene Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: ASB Committees, Representative: Federa- tion Representative: News Represent- ative: Math Contest Winner: Latin Club, Vice-President: Warriors: Fresh- man, B-Squad, Varsity Football: Homeroom President Storcl1,Jo Suzanne Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Treas- urer, Committees: League Committees, B i g Sister: N e w s Representative: Tamarack Representative: News Staff, Girls' Sports Editor: Homeroom Presi- dent: Vox Puellarum, Reporter: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: After-School Sports: Red Feathers, Sergeant at Arms: Gym Office Monitor Straclley, Beverly Ann Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 8 times: League Silver Pin, Committes, Representa- tive, Assistant Point Chairman, Style Show, Big Sister: Red Cross Repre- sentative: News Representative: Tama- rack Representative: ASB Dance Committee: News Staff: Quill and Scroll: Junior Press Club: Publica- tions Bookkeeper, Business Manager: 3 C's: Thespians: Children's Theater: All-School Play: Winter Music Festi- val: Doll Shop: Red Feathers: Color G i r l s , Historian-Recorder: Library Worker, Representative: All-Activity Shield: After-School Sports Strancl, Tom Mathematics Transferred from Central Valley Stretch, Susie Art Scholastic Contest Place Art Award: Big Sister: Homeroom Vice-President Summers, John B. Mathematics Homeroom President, Vice-President: Freshman, Junior Varsity Basketball Summers, Larry Social Studies Homeroom Vice-President, Treasurer: Warriors: Freshman Baseball, Basket- ball, Football: B-Squad Football, Bas- ketball: Varsity Baseball, Basketball, Football Swanson, Jucly Business Education League Silver Pin, Committees, Rep- resentative, Honors B o ard , Office Monitor, Big Sister: FTA Secretary: Girls' Glee: Aquettes: Doll Shop: News Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield Talbott, Glen Business Educatz an Transferred from lewis and Clark. 3 C's: All-School Play: Chi1dren's Theater Tanner, Robert E. Social Studies Transferred from Minneapolis, Min- nesota Taylor, Thomas William Industrial Arts Red Cross Representative Templeton, Glenn Industrial Arts Library Worker Thach, Terry Science Federation, ASB, News Representa- tive: Library Worker: Warriors: 3C's, Treasurer: Chess C lu b: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: Freshman, Jun- ior Varsity, Varsity Cross-Country, Tr a ck: Traffic Squad, Lieutenant, Captain, Commissioner: Intramural Swimming Thomas, Edward Morgan Science Special, Concert, Marching Band: Pep Band Leader: Jazz Combo: Talent Club, Treasurer: Doll Shop Orchestra Thomas, Edward Sharp Business Education PE Locker M o n i t o r 3 After-School Sports Thomas, William A. Social Studies Homeroom Vice-President Thompson, Duane M. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Special, Con- cert, Marching Band: Homeroom Vice- President Thompson, Laureen Lee Social Studies Junior Achievement: Big Sister Thompson, Sandra A. Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representa- tive, Style Show, Big Sister: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: ASB Representa- tive: Talent Club Treasurer: 3 C's: Girls' Glee: Winter Music Festival: Ticket Office Worker: All-Activity Shield Thomson, John Henry Science ASB Representative: S c i e n c e Fair Winner: Latin Club: Warriors: B- Squad, Varsity Football Thornquist, Diclc Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: Home- room President, Vice-President: Bowl- ing Thorsted, Lawrence K. Industrial Arts B-Squad Football Tillman, Larry Mathematics Titus, Brian Dale Mathematics Cafeteria Worker: Grounds Squad Tobiason, Judith Ann Business Education League Silver Pin: Doll Shop Todd, Phyllis H omemaking League Bronze Pin, B i g S i s t e r: Nurse's Office Monitor: Towel Moni- tor: Study Hall Roll Checker: After- School Sports: League Representative Toll, Carol Lynn Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Big Sister: ASB Representative: Red Feathers: Homeroom Secretary: After-School Sports Tollefsen, Jimmie R. Industrial Arts Marching Band Town, Betty Business Education League Bronze Pin, Representative, Committees: Red Cross Representa- tive: Choir: Junior Achievement Tregellas, Grace Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Gold Pin, Committees: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: ASB Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Gym Office Mon- itor: Debate: Big Sister: Homeroom Roll Checker: Toastmistresses, Sec- retary Tulce, Bonnie Jean Business Education Study Hall Roll C h e c k e r : League Bronze Pin: Red Cross Representa- tive: After-School Sports: Gym Mon- itor: Girls' Glee: Junior Achievement, Secretary Turbalc, Judie Joy Art Red Cross, League, News Representa- tive: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Big Sister: League Committees, Style Show: Roll Checker: Ticket, Office Worker Turner, Adele Rae Mathematics A S B Committees: A S B Finance: League Committees: Medecine d'Ave- nir: After-School Sports: Homeroom President: Bowling: Red Cross Repre- sentative Ullrich, Robert Henry Mathematics Varsity Football: Warriors Van Camp, Richard Dean Social Studies Doll Shop: B-Squad Football: Library Worker: Fall Play Van Doren, Sandra Lee Homeinaking League Representative, Committees, Office Monitor, Big Sister: ASB Rep- resentative, Committees: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls: 3 C's: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield Van Hersett, Richard John Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: Fed- eration Representative: Homeroom Vice-President: Spanish Club: Toast- masters: After-School Sports: Varsity Football: Junior Varsity Cross-Coun- try, Track: Freshman Baseball: Bas- ketball Manager: Bowling Vannurden, Donald Glenn Industrial Arts Red Cross Representative: Stage Crew Viehouser, Brian W. Mathematics ASB Representative Vincent, Sanclra .lean Social Studies Study Hall Roll Checker: Big Sister: Tamarack Representative: A f t e r - School Sports: Tennis Team Voliva, Ben Industrial Arts Freshman Track Vollert, Jeanette Marie Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Silver Pin, Big Sister: Doll Shop: De- bate: Math Club: Medeclne d'Avenir: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield Voss, Richard Industrial Arts Red Cross Representative: Homeroom President: Boys' Glee: Marching Band: Tennis Team: Freshman Football Waclclell, Patricia Ann Business Education After-School Sports: Spanish Club: Big Sister Wagner, Gary A. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Latin Club: Science Fair, Second Place: Varsity Debate Walker, Lola Clarice Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League President, Gold Pin, Honors Board, Style Show, Representative, Commit- tees: ASB Representative, Sophomore Senator, Committees: Representative, Twinlow Leadership Camp: S o ng - 1 e a d e r : Color Girls: A11-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Tennis Letter, 1 Black star: Gym Office Worker: D011 Shop: Aquettes: Commercial Club: Vox Puellarum, Treasurer Walker, Robert Gene Industrial Arts After-School Sports Walker, Sharon Jeanette Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: Color G i r 1 s : After-School Sports: Spanish Club: FTA: Choir: League Bronze Pin Webber, Peggy L. Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Doll Shop: Study Hall Roll Checker: Bowling Secretary: Toastmistresses: Homeroom Secretary- Treasurer Weber, Kenneth Floyd Science Warriors: Freshman, Varsity Tennis: Science Fair, Honorable Mention Weberling, Karin Annette Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Doll Shop: ASB Nomi- nating Committee: League Representa- tive, Big Sister Weddle, Doug Mathematics Special, Concert, Marching B a n d : Federation Representative: H o m e - room President: Junior Achievement: Golf Weitz, Karin Ellie Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League Silver Pin, Committees: D011 Shop: A S B Representative, Committees: T a m a r a c k Representative: After- School Sports: FTA: News Staff: Var- sity Debate: Big S i s t e r 3 Bowling: Toastrnistresses, Vice-President Wellman, Ronald V. Mathematics Red Cross Representative: ASB Rep- resentative, Committees: News Rep- resentative: Library Worker: Student Court Bailiff: 3 C's, President, Fifth Executive, Vice-President Wells, Bob Mathematics Transferred from Gonzaga Prep. Jun- ior Varsity Baseball: Homeroom Pres- ident West, Ka ren Business Education Red Feathers: Color Girls: Color Guard: League Representative, Com- mittees: ASB Representative, Commit- tees: Senior Committees: Gym Office Worker: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Library Worker: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Tennis Team: D011 Shop: Commercial Club Secretary: Winter Music Festival Westfall, Robert Earl Science Photography Staff Westrom, Gary Martin Mathematics Doll Shop: Special, Concert, March- ing, Pep Band: Saxophone Quintet Wetterau, Larry Social Studies Transferred from John Rogers. Var- sity Baseball White, .lim Business Education Transferred from Gonzaga White, Linda Kay Business Education League Bronze Pin, Representative, Committees, Big Sister: Winter Mu- sic Festivalg Spanish Club Whitesicle, Al Mathematics Red Cross Representative: Library Representative: Homeroom President, Vice-President Whittier, Judith Lenore Social Studies O r c h e s t r a :. After-School Sports: League Office Worker, Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: Red Cross Rep- resentative: ASB Representative, Corn- mittees: FTA: Red Feathers: D o l 1 Shop: Study Hall Roll Checker Wichterman, Jerry J. Science Freshman Baseball, Track, Cross- Country: B-Squad Baseball: Home- room Vice-President Wiedmer, Deanna Charlene Business Education Aquettes President, Historian, Re- porter: Red Feathers: Color Girls: After-School S p o r t s : All-Activity Shield: Gym Office Monitor: Big Sis- ter: News Representative Wilbur, Sharon Sue Business Education League Representative, Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer Wilde, Dennis James Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Warriors: Var- sity Track, Cross-Country Wilkinson, Jerry Lee Mathematics News Representative: Freshman, Jun- ior Varsity Track: Varsity Cross-Coun- try: Warriors: Chess Club: Junior Achievement Williams, Ron Delbert Industrial Arts Freshman, B-Squad Football: Fresh- man Baseball Williams, Ron Lee Industrial Arts Varsity Football: Warriors: Homeroom Vice-President Williamson, Paul Fine Arts ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Varsity Tennis Wilson, Martin Clycle Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Math Club, Vice-President: Doll Shop: Medecine d'Avenir: News Staff: ASB Finance: Red Cross Representative, City Coun- cil: Ice Skating Co-Chairman Wilson, Sandra Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Repre- sentative: Tamarack Representative: After-School S p o r t s : Gym Office Worker: Big Sister: Office Worker: Concessions Worker Wilson, Sharon Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Bronze Pin, Ticket Committee, Representa- tive: After-School S p o r t s : Debate: Nurse's Office Monitor: Big Sister: Ticket O f f i c e Worker: Chi1dren's Theater Winnington, Lynne Luella Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Silver Pin, Representative: Red Feath- ers: Math Club: Doll Shop: News, Tamarack Representative: Al1-Activ- ity Shield, 1 star: Library Worker: News Staff: Medecine d'Avenir: Big S i s t e r: Homeroom Vice-President, Roll Checker Wirsch, Karen Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League Silver Pin, Committees, Representa- tive, Big Sister: Red Feathers: Win- ter Music Festival: Chi1dren's Thea- ter: Thespians: After-School Sports: Bowling, Secretary: Color Girls: Doll Shop: All-Activity Shield: Commer- cial Club, Sergeant at Arms: All- School Play: Honors Board Witt, Kathryn Jane Business Education Red Feathers: Red Cross Representa- tive: Doll Shop: ASB Committees, Representative: League Committees: FNA Treasurer: Big Sister: League Silver Pin: Homeroom Vice-President Wi'H', Sharon Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 3 times: League Gold with Ruby Pin: League Commit- tees: ASB Representative, Committees: Color Girls: Songleader: Doll Shop: Winter Music Festival: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Vox Puellarum: FNA Secretary: Com- mercial Club: Big Sister Award: Li- brary Worker: Gym Office Worker: Tennis Team Wolford, Kaye Art News Representative: Study Hall Roll Checker: Stage Crew: Big S i s t e r : Homeroom Secretary Wunderlich, Biol: Walter Industrial Arts Marching Band: Cafeteria Worker: Homeroom Treasurer Yost, Lois Deanna Mathematics League Bronze Pin, Committees, Big S is t e r : Homeroom President, Vice- President: Talent C 1 u b , Historian: Choir, Secretary: Three Fives: Spring, Winter Music Festivals 'N Iv SoczalStud1es Freshman Football, Wrestling: Sopho- more Track: Intramural Swimming: Bowling Youngman, Judith Ann Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times: League B r o ri z e Pin, Representative: Red Cross Representative: Study Hall Roll Checker: L i b r a 1' y Worker: Junior Achievement: Tamarack Representa- tive, Staff Zimmerman, Ron Ray Mrzflicmatics Red C r o s s Representative: Special, Concert, Marching B a n d : B-Squad Football: Bowling SENICRS NOT PICTURED IN THE TAMARACK Jerry Becker Ronald Christensen Craig Cosby :D X 'W Diane Dalziel I be-An. N Q Richard Garcea Gary Hodge Larrry Kippenhan Paul Kopplin Robert Lewis Don Lobclell Sharon Lonnevick Richard McKimrney David John Nutt Patsy Platt Terrance Reideler Frances Richards Michael Shaw Chris Shears Don Smith Dan Stine Michael Valentine Judy VVatts Carolyn Winkler Norma Yapp SENIOR COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRMEN-Denny Ashlock, co-chairman of the Prom committee, listens with interest as Judy Conklin and Bob Bruya, co-chairmen of the Convocation committee, discuss plans for the convocation. Jo Starch, co-chairman of the Prom committee, is not pictured. North Central graduates over 600 seniors In January, the class under the guidance -its largest class in 50 years-in baccalau- of Mabel S. McLaughlin, class adviser, elect- reate and commencement exercises at the ed five officers to organize senior activities. Coliseum this spring. Each officer Worked with one of the com- SENIOR COMMITTEE CO-CHAIFIMEN-Linda Poulin and Mike Lampert, co-chairmen for the senior picnic, and Jack McCoy and Clint Britt, co-chairmen for the breakfast, talk over plans for these two events scheduled for senior week. Clint will be master-of- ceremonies at the breakfast, May 23. The' picnic is held annually at Wandermere. 76 A combination baccalaureate and commencement exercise is the topic of discussion when Ron Becker, Janet Johnson, co-chairmen of the caps and gowns committee, and Dick Burris and Kay Hutchinson, co-chairmen of the commencement committee, get together. mittees-Jim Moore, president, convocation, Bill Bailey, vice-president, prom, Gerry Livengood, secretary, breakfast, and Mel Stapleton, alternate, commencement. Seniors busily marked calendars and date books months in advance of the anticipated activities. A typical calendar included the following schedule of events: April 7, the senior convocation presented for the student body, May 23, the senior prom where stu- dents in formals, tuxedoes and all the trim- mings dance to live music in the lobby of the Davenport hotel, May 27, dress-up day when seniors wear their "Sunday best" to school, May 28, the annual senior picnic at Wandermere, May 29, the senior breakfast in the Spokane Hotel Silver Room, May 31, baccalaureate-commencement exercises at the Coliseum. Each event was planned by the coopera- tive efforts of officers and committee chair- men and members. Committees included: Senior picnic-Linda Poulin and Mike Lam- pert, co-chairmen, Joyann Obde, Jerry Cool- baugh, Susie Stretch, Jim Ellsworth, Janice Corrigan, Wes Johnson, Nonie Ross, Ron Albo. Senior convocation-Judy Conklin and Bob Bruya, co-chairmen, Mickey Brenton, Myron Congdon, Buzz Davis, Janice Lundy, Janet Gleason, Gary Morgan, Sonie Nelson, Ron Odell, Senior prom-Jo Storch, Denny Ashlock, co-chairmen, Judy Bennett, George Beaton, Judy Chesrown, Jo Green, Paula Heyer, Linus Morris, Bill Sperling, Larry Summers. Senior breakfast-Jackie McCoy, Clint Britt, co-chairmen, Lynne Buroker, Gary Lawton, Diane Moore, Lary Oty, Lola W'alker, Karin lfVeberling, Ron Wellman, Al Whiteside, Senior commencement-Kay Hutchinson, Dick Burris, co-chairmen, Joanne Bolma, Dave Anderson, Jim Dewey, Judy Lawrence, Mary Alice Lyons, Bob Maule, Nancy Noonan, Duane Thompson, Caps and gowns-Janet Johnson, Ron Beck- er, co-chairmen, Bruce Brockway, Sandy In- man, Penny Lane, Judy Lanter, Jim Mc- Mullen, Tom Ovendale, Carol Quarles Dick Van Hersett. 77 w M QA Application of lerzowledge arid correct-st'1ldy habits which may be developed by stitdehts of all classes ditririg the high school years make the difference be- tweeh the mediocre arid the sitc- cessfill stilderit. The sarrie attri- butes which earri art A oh the re- port card will be of value to the stilderit throiighoiit his life. Students in this section are 31'- ranged according to class level. juniors . . page 84- 90 Sophomores page 91- 93 Freshmen . page 98-104 Absentees page 5 1 ' 1 ls ' 'J ' v x JV-1 I if fzfj ' fi 4' F of ' I Q t v I ' Q 5 P A 0 J r I 9 .4,.....w ... -L , 0 . Front row: Marjorie Nakagawa. Jean Nikotich, Edythe Michael, Arlynn Mathers, 1 Library Judy McKay, Patty Madison, Hazel Lee, Marilyn Kringlen. Second row: Roberta Myers, Jeannette Johnson, Colleen Kelly, Elice Jersild, Judy MacCulloch, Lynne Larson, Patricia Langdon, Kathi Luiten, Mrs. Barnes. Third row: Barbara High, Sue Moore, Linda Kemp, Deborah McCoy, Carol Metcalf, Carol Maund, Mary Kohl- staedt, Susan Nelson, Sanclee Laughlin. Front row: Carolyn Martin, Judy Anderson, Sandra Wingett, Bobby Jean Albrecht, Pamela Griffith, Sue Wiley, Karen Coleman, Maria Thopoulos. Second row: Mrs. Beaver, Richard Lever, William Foster, Donna Pockrus, Nancy Johnson, Trudy Kelly, Dominic Frucci, Donald Norris. Third row: Ronald Steele, Donald Wadholm, John Dicken, William DeLoney, Darrell Kreitz, David Kopp, Larry Fifield, Phillip Stohs, 'Wallace Wittenberg. 84 MR, BROADWELL- I Front ww: Jerry Walt, Pete Duffy, Pere Mccoidrick, Jim sundberg, Roger Bunch, Bill McMurtrey, Mike Dodge, Art Martin, Dick Cooper. Second row: Gary Sodoff, Larry Nypen, Walter Falkowski, well. Third row: Michael Merriman, Ken Lundy, Vern Gaines, Dar- Douglas Fyfe, R0bert Morig, Gene Briery, Ralph Miller, Mr. Broad rell Matthews, Roger Bean, Byron Burtness, David Bishop, Thurman Pitts, Chris Woudstra. MRS. 1 Front row: Al Hill, Terry Palmer, Dolores Reinbold, Audre Maloy, Patty Barton, Nora Shoemaker, Janice Baker, Sherry Rigas. Second row: Kenneth Doeleman, Kenneth Saruwatari, Donna Jacobsen, Georganne Jackman, Linda Loutherback, Patti Ullrich, Shirley Barthule, Mrs. Brown. Third row: Calvin Lidstone, John Peters, Rob- ert Bell, Bruce Willoughby, Don Hansen. Robert Turnley, Ron Stotts. 85 N1 -, Front row: Karen Stevens, Jerrilynn Allen, Carole Parker, Kathi Spann, Sandra Mulvey, Susan Breed- en, Joan Long, Michael Hynes, Mr. Erickson. Second row: Sharon Milne, Mardell Jacobson, Dorothy Bennett, Gary Ryen, Gerald Hansen, Thomas Fuhriman, Douglas Lewis, Dee Schaum, Sharon Carlson, William Mustered. Third row: Lavaughn Stephens, Douglas Ostberg, Alan Wigen, Roberta Barnes, Constance Brown, Sally Liere, James Duke, James Janushceitis, Douglas Kincaid. -2 Front row: Jerry Holman, Richard Lashbrook, Gloria LaVine, Sharon Riley, Marlys Gorrell, Sharon LaFlam, Pat Yancey, Jerry Jones, Arthur Hanley. Second row. Mike Jones, Bill Peterson, Donna Pariso, Kathi Mitchell, Marilyn Drader, Kathie DeMinter, Donna Conover, Julie Petruss, Karlyn Kuhlmann, .Dennis Young, Mr. Graham. Third POW: Laffy Becker, Gary Poss, Mike Sandgren, Jerry Brady, Reed Reavis, Edward Kelly, Howard Walker, Roy Powis, Jim Evans, Richard Clapp, Albert Mongold. 86 1, Gym Front row: Loretta Brooks, Sandra Glenn, Karen Bowers, Alice Bacon, Sharon Davidson, Sharon Hilby, Christy Fackenthall, Marilyn Horn, Judy Forbes, Nancy Battin. Second row: Nancy Frank, Judith Huss, Karen Hitchcock, Karen Daugherty, Gerry Featherly, Linda Ayers, Darlean Fordik, Gail Evans, Barbara Downey, Maureen Barnes. Third row: Peggy Fowler, Paula Gibbert, Sandy Gallemore, Gail Gladder, Pat Callahan, Alice Carnahan, Carol Cal- vert, June Hamilton, Verna Goebel, Dorothy Brown, Miss Houck. MR. 1 2' I Front row: Nancy Pare, Marlene Riley, Shirley Keegan, Karen Crosbie, Judy Bizier, Virginia Brookman, Rickijean Bassett, Lyle Carstens. Second row: Tommy Emoto, Steve Mattson, Frank Nichols, Lucianne Anderson, Jennifer Eacho, Linda Novakovich, Janet Hooper, Ernie Luchini, Mr. Meyer. Third row: William Kuch, Ronald John, Jer- ry Sprecher, Bruce Nelson, Dennis Cliff, Gerald Prophet, Bonnie Raney, Dianne Hatch, Jerry Breeden. 87 30' Front row: Darlyne Eveland, Maita Giese, Rosemary Eddy, Mary Nelson, Jerilyn Sanders, Annette Clark, Donna Turner. Second row: Ron Wirsch, Eileen Thomson, Phyllis Ertz, Stephani Miller, An- drea Nelson, Paulanne Lee, Bill McKinney, Jo Collect, Mr. Randall. Third row: Wes Olin, Gary Carpenter, Gerry Goodman, Henry Burger, Jim Tucker, Bill Stolser, Roger Dudley, John Quist. 1 Front row: Keith Williams, Evelyn Wellhouser, Carrie Unger, Margaret Vaughan, Marjorie Vaughan, Judy Reuss, Frances Forrey, Nancy Olsen, Julie Warfield, Susan Doherty, Second row: Don Martin, Gerald Raver, Murl Hurley, James Burk, Wayne Oien, Sharon Mills, Mary Preston, Bonnie Erickson, Saundra Hirst, Mickey Nelson, Diana Harvey. Third row: William Flaherty, David Olson, Leslie Sterritt, Loren Clark, William Chance, Ralph Jones, Jay Stanford, Don Jones, Rick Street, Mr. Saunders. 88 1 Gym Front row: Nancy Walter, Janet Peightal, Kay Rennick, Rosalie Phillips, Yvonne Taylor, Jan- ice Stein, Judie Thorpe, Rita Whitesitt, Pam Wacker, Second row: Jean Olson, Peggyanne Tantum, Emily Schrier, Joanne Thorpe, April Thompson, Alice Rodgers, Sharon Walker, Marilyn Tucker, Stephanie York, Miss Simp- son. Third row: Bonnie Underdahl, B ' S Mae Zinnecker, Janet Piper. onine omerville, Sharron Stern, Linda Sayler, Jackie Stone, Terry Simpson, Nancy Pierce, Eva- , ------- MR. Front row: Larry Schroeder, Kathy Wahl. Pam Gorremans, Sharon Campbell, Nancy Tussey, Lonna Ogle, Bonnie Larson, Gary Kobloth. Second row: Mike Szymzak, Cecil Walker, Denny Hubbell, Carole Peterson, Carole Glenn, Dick Shoop, Nick Caruso, Sterling Chapmon, Kermit Kilcup. Third row: LeRoy HOEYHGP, Alan Powell, Dick Phillips, LaMar Miller, Mike Tornow, Lawrance Cook, Charles Kaufman, Mr. Spangenberg. N or 89 - ' Freeman Jan MR . - Front row. Sandra Beavers, Dorme Anderson, Nancy Gaspard, Karen Moore, Nancy , S Overhauser, Deanna Carpenter, Bob Wavra, George Kersul. Second row: Mrs. Stockdale, Maureen O'Connor, Dave Watt, Deanna Sylte, Jim Warner, Deanda Sylte, Bill Cyr, Howard Adams, Harvey Hill. Third row: Paul Meilleur, Bill Payne, Ed Hintz, Connie Book, Joan Huellemann, Pat Schirmer, Judy Swanson, Pat Craggett, Don Hyer, Alan Montour. Front row: Carolyn Clayton, Colleen Wood, Susan Sterritt, Carol Pilger, Mary Daschbach, Wilma Johnson, Pat Rollis. Second row: Judy Hollenbaugh, Mikel Stowers, Sandra Frovik, Julie Fanning, Betty Sears, Vicki Read, Bob Rummer, Howard Wellman, Mr. Tobie. Third row: Jim Brown, Dan Zabel, Tom Alberts, Dan DeWitt, Mickey Davis, Bernard Korst, Larry Basinger, Thad Roberts, Dick House. 90 MRS. 1 Front row: Rosalie White, Joyce Blessing, Linda Jones, Kathy Saccomanno, Sandy Reidiger, Loretta Hartman, Karen McChesney, Kay Brunelle, Judy Rooney. Second row: Vern Austin, Lynne Burge, Jim Riddle Fa e P tt ' ' , y a erson, Linda Randall, Carol Cowin, Dorothy Pockrus, Kenneth Auer, Mrs. Wilcox. Third row: Richard Prague, Robin Cunningham, Ron Tonani, Brian Elbrecht, Gary Erickson, Bob Bell, Gary Mellstrom, Alvin Kieffer, Jerry Morgan, Gary Mathers. I -I Front row: Cala Chilton, Norman Stein, Glenn DuPree, Diane Francis, Nancy Patterson, Roxanne Byers, Bev Birge, Linda Roper, Dorothy Till- man, Maxine Woodward, Second row: Cliff Mishler, Pauline Crowe, Judy Ross, Linda Edgar, Joanne F t ' ' ' ' os er, Karen Boesche, Mary Jane Wells, Maralee Haynes, Miss Allison. Third row: Ray Richards, Dan Wayman, Dick Stanley, LeRoy Richardson, Wayne Duke, Judson Benway, Jim Sheneman, Ken Mitchell, Ron Bush, Verlin Martin, Dan Hurley, Tim Wilson. 9l Front row: Harry Crane, Mary Ann Wilson, Elana Bradshaw, Janet Fendley, Judith Belieu, George Morgan, Judy Hutchison, Vickie Mertens, Frances Bayley, Ronald Bell. Second row: Bruce Walter, Marie Oiland, Elaine Cannata, Pat Finks, Jackie Hill, Alla Jean Ciallella, Sandra Hayward, Carol Partridge, Carol Dickmann, Miss Burdick. Third row: James Holmberg, Mike Poff, Russle Harris, Bruce Plein, Dennis Hull, Terry Houger, Allen Lyden, Frank Perris. 1 Front row: Lloyd Huffman, Robert Murphy, Karen Largent, Lucy Hughes, Mildred Price, Cheryl Nance, Catherine Perry, David Hunter, Mike Rojan. Second row: Mrs. Coon, Faye Meier, Patricia Fletcher, Gwendolyn Smith, Marjorie Tracy, Elizabeth McNamee, Margaret Lee, Kenneth Kringle, William Lanter. Third row: Mike English, Clyde Kruger, Dennis McGlocklin, Marilyn Siegel, Michaelyn Warren, Charlotte Lipps, Mike Schaper, Don Milward, David Farris, James Maddox. 92 MR. ,- 204 Front row: Connie Olsen, Janelle DeLage, Margie Flint, Judi Carter, Frances Vollert, Donna Schaber, Sharon AUCT, Shirley Dye, Kay York. Second row: Charles Teasdale, Charles Gaumer, Robert Big- ham, Merrilie Nevdahl, Jean Cook, Louise Erickson, Louis Mendoza, Mr. Griggs. Third row: Tom Coffin, Darrel Dashiell, Tommy Martin, John Othmer, Ray Perron, Gordon McCammond, Randy Caldwell, Darrell Schwartz, Dean Griner. L Front row: Cathy Prihar, Sharyl Burgeson, Alice Greger, Joyce Robinson, Eloise Glaizer, Sandy Mc- Kee, Naomi Gray, Hannelore Marten, Judy Cave. Second row: Michael DeMinter, Jim Roberts, Roger Ball, Beverly Thompson, Sharon Frothinger, Pamela Eakins, Janice Kennedy, Priscilla Bloomquist, Michael Biggs, Mrs Griggs Third row: Roger McMacken, Tom Hfdemark, Bob Haney, Merlin Smith, Jim Sackett, Bill Randall, Rick Deno, Vern DeChenne, Maynard Gillespie, Pete Lopez. 93 Front row Charles Bass Ron Cafaro Ed Lamphier Howard Reeves Alice Hirschkorn, Ardis Zacher, MR. GRISWOLD - 407 I Y i Y , ' Vicki Litten, Marilyn Burch, Cathy Adams, Colleen Tlghe. Second row: Karen Stewart, Nancy Jones, Linda Bradbury, Sharon Franks, Mary Montoya, Linda Pace, Valerie Denton, Dale Oswald, Roger Pearson, Del Clute, Mr. . , , d Griswold. Third row: Fred Betts, Louis Grande, Ron Helm, Mary Galt, Charlene Graves, B111 Timm, Harold Walken, Tom Hammon , Donald Strand, Stan Kimmerly, Gene Coffey. MR. Front row: LeRoy Sherburn, Nancy Deering, Lamona Baldwin, Diane Thomas, Patricia LaPoint, Judy Mc- Pherson, Caroline Cate, Joyce Counts. Second row: Wilma Stinson, Robert Buchan, Richard Davis, Carol Hutch- ings, Judy Allwardt, Charlene Telford, Alfred Might, Ron Rausch, William Davis, Mr. Hix. Third row: Larry McCauley, Roger Rose, Gary Goodman, Charles Januscheitis, Ray White, Rudy Wule, Jerry Ball, Larry Mitsen, Larry Johnston, James Harvill, Dana Atwood. 94 1 3 I 2 Front row: Carolyne Byrd, Patricia Morrow, Carol Ramage, Kaye Beck, Jacqueline Hague, Carol Frucci, Louise Brahams, Edith Knapp, Patty Person, Carolyn Albright, Second row: James Han- ley, David Crose, Mike Fairbanks, Jerriann Rew, Teresa Merrick, Annette Van Dyke, Virginia Gunn, Chuck Ruby, Frank Canady, Mike Swank. Third row: Robert Leonard, Mike Sturgeon, Steve Muench, Archie Griffith, Bill Steg, Richard Heaton, Larry Eldore, Charles Brunette, Art Blystone, Mrs. McLaughlin. MRS. 1 Front row: Pat McLeod, Sandra Nypen, Elaine Fifield, Carol Bursch, Judy Hensel, Sylvia Daniels, Mari- lyn Weishaar, Kay Anderson, Judith Noll, Rose White. Second row: Hugh Shaw, Stan Bronowski, Ronald Yeaman, Darrell Larson, Beverly Chrysler, Susan Mueller, Jackalyn Potter, Sue Carter, John Coffey, Kenneth Johnson, Gay Rich- ardson. Third row: John Graham, George Alberts, Charles Zibulka, Phillip Rogers, Jim Murphy, Harold Beard, Dennis McCune, Jim Burke, Ron Smith, Mrs. Nystad. 95 MR' Front row: Gordon Allen, Kenneth Williams, Jo Ann Miller, Patricia Roberts, Donna Schilling, Sandra Swope, Marcia Dungan, Sue Spear, Robert Reiser. Second row: Dennis Regis, Gene Sponcler, Sharon Sinclair, Thelma Olson, James Cozzetto, Marilyn Lowery, Frances Aubin, Joyce I-Ienslee, Gary Jennings, Richard Aris. Third row: John Wickstrom, Ronald Hildahl, Ronald Helm, David Mingo, Marilyn Nyberg, Joyce Greenweed, Donald Davis, Dennis Munson, Dennis Sado, Mr. Nygaard. MRS. - 3 I9 Front row: Robert McLean, Patti Naccarato, Sharon Hindman, Patricia Johnson, Judy Buxton, Kathleen Leingang, Susan Lang, Leo Hamilton. Second row: Mrs. Oppen, Charles Burch, Patricia Mackey, Linda Brown, Mary Bailey, Suzanne Holmes, Sargie Castagna, Marianna Cook, Kathy Santorsola, Dennis Riddle, Ronald Peaslee, Third row: Frank Tayloe, Gary Kaatz, Kenneth Erickson, David White, Ronald Harris, Robert Newcomb, Jerry Williams, Leonard Picard, Donald Woodbury, James Kippen, Meredith Ault. 96 MR. Front row: Eleen Chambers, Marie Alexieve, Sharon Fast, Maxine Walker, Alice Reynolds, Bonnie Burgin, Dick Stejer, John Kelly, Frank Oberst. Second row: Marvin I-Ienthorn, Wilson Draper, Nancy Miotke, Carol Musgrove, Mabel Hunter, Judy Downey, Velma Hogan, Sandra Rudy, Sarah Duke, Donna DeChenne, Howard Shuck. Th' d : ' ' - nr row Dick Nielson, Delmer Adams, Jerry Koehler, John Lattlmer, Eill Wall, Ron Anderson, Don Womack, Gene Sawyer, Gary Krick. MR. Front row: Shirley Hoegele, Bonnie MacArthur, Jeanette Larsony Michelle DeTroy, Edith Reynolds, Sallie Olson, Barbara Hammond, Linda Pace, Second row: Paulette Broesch, Colleen Zehm, Judy Howarth, Marna Bergfolk, Joan Sapp, Cherry Clapp, John Kurle, Joe Hines, Mr. Taft. Third row: John Droden, David deVidal, Gail Ellis, Ron Land- burg. Eric Wolters, Steve Anderson, Bobby Sleeth, Ed Rinck, Ed Pasco, Rod Niemeyer. 97 MR. 1- 4' I Front row: Joan Wentling, Barbara Stemmer, Janet Rogers, Johnie Platt, Judy Robinson, Sandra Bowen, Nancy Peterson. Second row: Terry Mitchell, Richard Westfall, Kathy Lareva, Darlene Fisher, Susan Pierce, Donna Potter, Sharlene Challender, Gloria Tussey, Nikki Deatherage, Gabriel Daratha, Mr. Theisen. Third row: Robert Hurst, George Cheroke, Earl Tripp, Richard Buchanan, Jim Lutz, Martin Seedorf, Morris Bierig, David Spetch, William Hulett, John Cook, Michael Aubin, Gary March. Front row: Duane Wengeler, Mike Williams, Jerry McLaughlin, Marian Ander- MR' 1 42' son, Judith Ann McCauley, Marian Gracio, Bette Bailie, Margery Street, Susan Brownlow. Second row: Judith Hunter, Darla Cain, Jo an House, Joelene Peters, Charles Scaratt, Gary Ault, Pat Shuford, Ida Westbrook, Mary Mullenix, Cheryl McMu1lin, Cheryl Huyser. Third row: Mr. Anderson, Gordon Burnett, Bruce Wilson, William Hoitink, Harvey Luiten, Marvin Nelson, Gary Pinkley, Darrell Clukey, David Hayward, Don Ludwigson, Steve Mc- Mackin. 98 f MR. Front row: Mary Ingalls, Charlotte Vagenas, Wanda Chapman, Sherri Lee Miller, Bonnie Atwood, Lois Ann Ashton, Tamara Kimpel, Paula Ayers, Sandra Bartlett, Lennie Husen. Second row: Kathie Blake, Nancy Jo Clemenson, Florence Waller, Douglas Chaney, Yulene Campbell, Linda Warren, David Morris, Harold Schnettler, Edwin Doyle, Ronald Strand. Third row: Ralph Caballero, Ronald Johnson, James Delameter, John Campbell, Berry Davison, Robert Grant, Gerald Bill, Les Cooper, Charles Austin, Mr. Davis. MR. Front row: Richard Walker, Joel Wright, Mike Walker, Judi Naccarato, Karen Welch, Anna Koschney, Carla Fix, Ron Veter, Robert Claeson, Pat McKnelly. Second row: Theresa Kubas, Martha Jameson, Ro- berta House, Lonnie Yancy, Nancy Hoering, Joanne Potter, Joan Lanterman, Keith Larson, Billy Jean Munson, Loralee Jones, Robert Hansen, John DeLauder, Third row: Mr. Exley, Richard Fowler, Rex Hamilton, Arthur Criss, Earl Gillett, Nikki Nelson, Senna Leach, Gregory Scheytt, Frank Watson, Gary Olive, Bill McConnell. 99 U- 206 Front row: Jimmy Emoto, Stuart Putnam, James Beers, Helen Schubert, Bonnie Anderson, JoAnn Charbonneau, Ronald Amenrud, Bill Scmrok, Tommy Powell. Second row: Jerry Suiter, Richard Sebring, Phillip Cameron, Eugene Hubbell, Dale Davis, John Lopez, James Black, Mamie Spruiell, Mr. Feldhuesen. Third row: Lee Higgins, Noel Stubbs, Linda Durbin, Pat Kay, Pat Gann, Sherry Gveden. Doris Pfeiffer, Sharon Evans, Nancy Hyko, Brenda Black- well, William Cunningham, Lynn Dalziel. MRS. Front row: Diana Montoya, Kathleen Coffey, CharTotte La Barge, Mary Cate, Bonita Cotter, Stanley Hill, 'Clyde Ciallella, David Byrnes, Max Kieffer. Second row: Patricia Belair, Gloria Lipps, William Battin, Patricia Whelan, Sharon Oglesbee, Barbara Cox, David Charles, Christie Jacobson, Karen Mongold, Sandra Whitten, Mrs. Gilkey, Third row: Frank Murphy, Dennis Quiring, Joseph Benefield, Larry Percy, Edward Ellefsen, Ronald Thompson, Stephen Christian, Eugene Ansbough, Dwight Evans, Gary Fulbright. L00 '08 Front row: Mike Colwell, Wanitta Spann, Linda Hendricks, Frances Hawk, Robert Clark, Roger Forbes, Gary DuPree, Joseph Duprie. Second row: Vicki Benn, Nancy Twonbly, Anita Daniels, Sherrie Hayashi, Shirley Vinge, Carol Moe, Clesta Stiger, Phyllis Lanterman, Bonnie Dahlberg, Julie Henry, Mr. Manuel. Third row: Larry Judd, Ola Vevik, Mike Brower, Allan Sykes, Jerry Litzenberger, Bruce Webster, John Wavra, Robert Stoddard, Marty O'Brien. Front row: Ronald Allen, Chuck Tillman, Gary Westerman, Ben Gillespie, Floyd Atwood, Janet Oesch, Sandra Edlin, Linda Knutson, Cleosa Wilkerson. Second row: Frances Jones, Kay Ort, Joan Raschka, Linda Headstrom, Kaye Wallingford, Roberta Whitt, Gordia Berglund, Gail Brown, Nancy Monohon, John Soapes. Third row: Terry Campbell, Perry Spalding, Robert Ai B d F ' ' ' ' ' Mr. Mayer. rey, oy arris, Jerry Mutton, Lewis Purcell, Terrance McLaughlin, Tom Benn, V1c Sulisky, IOI MR. Front row: Mike Gilberg, Dick Egger, Charlene Howe, Connie McSpadden, Mary Sears, Jackie Schauer, Kathy Dietor, Jim Moore, Darrel Stephens. Second row: Glen Jones, Sandra Sugrue, Andy Simpson, Dee Buffington, Judy Frothinger, Patty Aubin, Alice Butler, Pat Wellhouser, Jim Allen, Bill Jennen. Third row: Harvey Waller, Mike Miller, Jim Mulligan, Bob Fanning, Dick Herron, Jim Noll, Dick Cook, Loren McKnight, Mr. Nye. MRS. Front row: John Stalick, Charles Sullivan, Ronald Rude, Ralph Bafaro, Gloria Riediger, Susan Buery, John Markham, John Lee, John Norton, Larry Threlkeld. Second row: Judy Maughan, Orma Roberts, Cynthia Baker, Patricia Rowland, Marjorie Fair, Carol Timmons, Ronald Garberg, Candyce Plante, Judy King, Margaret Duke, Susan Gratton, Mrs. Riegel. Third row: Neil Wenrick, Dale Nickerson, Peter McCune, Larry Baum, Carole Hay, Patsy Pyne, Roger Biesen, Donald Larson, Ed Decker, Melvin Horn, Jim Cyr. l02 MR. 1,448 Front row: Danny Sanderson, Glenn Miller, David Richmond, Barbara Maughan, Sandra Somer- ville, Sandra Wallen, Carolyn Stapleton, Robert Elliott, Ronald Wilson, Robert Kim. Second row: Henry Hinshaw, Jean Mueller, Nancy Gates, Carol Mascher, Karen Carter, Barbara Crews, Betty Jerich, Bill Mehl, Gary Martin, Dennis Hendricks, Kenneth Owen, David Mann, Clifford Davis, Third row: Arell Brooks, Ralph Johnson, James Kreshel, Maryann Fijalka, Sandra Minkler, Julie Lidstone, Faye Romig, Rebecca Mertens, Betty Powell, Terry Thompson, Dayle Thompson, Mr. Simon- SOD. MR. 1 '05 Front row: Robert Fah, Alvin Funk, Kay Worthington, Mary Scharff, Juanita Bierig, LeRoy Perry, Mary Jo Couch, Janet Moore, Linda Gaspard, Gary Garefaro, John Black. Second row: Gerald Gos- line, Richard Frank, RaNae Dahs, Sandra Schraufnagel, Jacqueline Ivey, Sharon Melton, Margaret Butler, Mary Marston, Harry Hamilton, Janet Nelson, Sharon Kimberling, Karen Loutherback, Third row: Duane Anderson, William Leesburg, Richard Slentz, Donald Bishop, Bob Leingang, Ronald Ullrich, N' k 1 R Stannard. ic oas eger, Don Raney, George Hogue, Charles Taschereau, Larry Burke, Mr. IO3 MR. - Front row: Mary Fremstad, Weldon Broom, Bob Shaw, Bonnie Stephenson, Betty Williams, Claudia Latimer, JoAnna James, Judy Mishler, Ronnie Holmes, Second row: Larry Lyden, Paulette Stewart, Kathleen Cole, Deitra White, Jeannette Fraser, Sherian Thompson, Donna Byrorn, Jerry Corey, Caroline Brady, Jim Mead. Third row: Gordon Osterberg, Ernest Laitinen, Duane Nyberg, Randy Turner, Chris McKee, Jim Baldwin, Don Goffinet, Bruce Hayden, Joe Hill, Jack Bradford, Mr. Tremblay. MRS. 1 Front row: Dennis Shuck, James Larson, Danny Jones, Lois Ellis, Susan Anderson, Delana Bobb, Dennis DeMinter, Dennis Duffy, Larry Buck, Craig Anderson. Second row: Leland Weinhold, Jack Goosey, Shar- on Freeby, Irene Schneider, Mary Sisk, Richard Bagley, Richard Wayland, Dennis Farup, Robert Hall, Philip Lindquist, Mrs. York. Third row: Andrew Stinson,'Ted Nelson, Clifford Burger, Leonard Ruby, Roberta Turnley, Barbara Hatch, Judy Mills, Judy Bru- nette, Beverly Sparley, Alton Hassel, Ronnie Meloy, Everett Beers, Joe Williams. IO-4 ABSENTEES, NEW STUDENTS-First row: Judy Carson, Sharon Evans, Sheila Pattie, Kay Skillingstad, Marion Humphries, Carolyn Thompson, Nada Kerr, Sue Christensen, Carol Routson. Second row: Rhoda Hilpert, Betty Gamon, Virginia Johnson, Peggy Hardenbrook, Patricia Patti, Joyce Tollefson, Rozanne Borden, Janis Barrett. Third row: Don Basinger, Ron Lawson, Gary Pleasant, Ted Hegg, John Choate, Delaney Ralston, Don Veter, Lloyd Wilbanks, Jon Havens, Bob Tansy. Fourth row: Ken Tooke, Pat Morrison, Edward Dean, James McKelvey, Larry Hanson, Larry Harrison, Mike Anderson, Gary Fulbright, Torn Fuhriman. Fifth row: Ron Weber, Bill Swanson, John Goeller, Ed Kupers, Bob Lindstrom, Douglas Lentz, Bob Bassett, Rick Stern. ABSENTEES, NEW STUDENTS-First row: Bertina Lambert, Norma Bartelt, Sharon Fisher, Connie Duncan, Muriel Ingham, Connie Lappin, MaryAnn Rolnik, Nancy Mackey, Sandy Smyth, Mary Jo Fuller, Jeanie Carroll. Second row: LeiLani Robert- son, Lucille Arnett, Bonnie Bennett, Elizabeth Scott, Mary Markow, Marilee Ruby, Catherine Sander, Barbara March, Dorothy Hacking, Bette Hilpert, Allison Airey. Third row: Jerome Jackson, Rusty Jackson, Max Mickey, Gary Wilhite, Dan Callahan, Edward Rubow, Larry Pence, Dennis Kelley, Ken Boyd, Mike Cook, Tom Forkner, Tom Larsen. 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Wfaffkff A ' 'HQI,5f??Q,-.Qfffirig-T,igHf..i-51 , , .QEFWQ ' " fr wfynw my yilylji -351shfg,f:f2f.,'y-pef ,..g.:g51,,j fa-'fgfg U - f- z if 1 fx 17.wz,f.7gg1:sL,,. yyz, A ,W ' M w , ' -.. v f ' '- , 'JfxWF:' - ,, my mb 1 Q4 . .,,,,gys.m Q3 , in ,- ifz.. fg,,.gMf,qw:f f,w'f'ig..15'f....y 'W ., Y. 511ir2?,'fT?WflfZf:'f ,lf ' W , 1 -V .1 ,,fV. ,VW FALL ASB OFFICERS-Left to Right Top: Clint Britt, presidentg Esse Bjorklund, vice-presidentg Nancy Nethercutt, secretary. Bottom: Jo Green, co-treasurerg Jo Storch, co-treasurer: Gary Morgan, fifth executive. 7466 14 ' dl indent Zewlq "Busy as bees" is the motto of the Asso- ciated Student Body as it seeks to promote the general welfare of the school. The House of Representatives, as its name implies, consists of one person from each homeroom and represents the student body at house meeting each Thursday morning. The senate, made up of one boy and one girl from each class plus the Federation and League presidents, meets each Tuesday morning to discuss and settle problems of the students government. Faculty advisers are Edward Gill and Delbert Jones. 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. IIO The fifth annual get-acquainted mixer in September was the beginning of a good year for the ASB. Then followed a Halloween mixer, the Sadie Hawkins dance and the Superstitious Stomp, a Friday the thirteenth mixer. Color week and "How" day with "how" cards promoted interest and enthusi- asm in both sports and activities. The sliderama, one of the biggest and most worthwhile projects undertaken, was created to give new students, PTA members and everyone interested a better look at North Central. Decorating the Christmas tree, taking care of needy families, sponsoring the door-dec- orating contest and the presentation of the annual Christmas convocation revealed North Central's Yuletide spirit. SPRING ASB OFFICERS- I.eft to Right Top: Esse Bjorklund, president, Robert Davis, vice-president: Sidney G Pruitt, secretaryg Joan Couture, treasurer: Dominic Frucci, Fifth executive. ' mama! mm: ZW Homeroom of the Year contest, started in 1957, was continued this year. Each home- room was judged on its activities, its honor roll and homeroom average, its Christmas door decoration, its charitable work, ASB and Girls' League attendance, its bulletin board and PTA and homeroom attendance. Spokane city high school ASB presidents met this spring with Dr. George VVerner, head of physical education in the city schools, at Webster school to establish a new Coliseum seating arrangement at basketball games. At a later meeting at the home of Lewis and Clark's ASB vice-president, ASB officers from each of the city high schools discussed ways to improve various projects, activities, ideas and problems of their re- spective schools. The basketball banquet March 30 at the Desert hotel, a pitching machine for the baseball team, night baseball and a roller skating party were projects sponsored during the year. Twenty-eight historic American docu- ments, among them the Monroe Doctrine and George lfVashington's farewell address, were received from the Exchange Club and are on display in the main hall. Kwak Yong ln, a Korean war orphan who was adopted by the ASB five years ago, was sent supplies and money at intervals during the year to continue his high school educa- tion. The Associated Student Body had a busy year conducting its "government of the stu- dents, by the students and for the students." STUDENT COURT-First row: Gary Morgan, Dick Homick, Janice Corrigan, Mick Carney, Larry Bry- son. Second row: Jim Moore, Jerry Coolbaugh, Sharon Boles, Bill Bailey, Ron Wellman. tandem! .fem Z afzcemeaz! TRAFFIC AND GROUNDS SQUAD--First row: Barbara Lingle, Darlene Falkowski, Judy Derogatis, Judy Connors, Coline Davidson, Marie Aune. Second row: Rod Niemeyer, Berry Ceder, Barry Fell, Jim Engstrom, Richard Hardenbrook, Mr. Malterner, adviser. H2 FALL SENATORS-First row: Kay Anderson, sophomore, Nancy Frank, junior: Judy Conklin, senior. Second row: Ron Helm, sopho- more: Nick Frucci. junior: Jeff Kyle. senior, Elma 4 SPRING SENATORS-First row: Nancy Hoering, freshman: Patty Person, sophomore: Karen Moore, junior. Second row: Jim Cyr. fresh- man: Marty Soedorf. sophomore: Byron Burtness, junior: Jim Ellsworth. senior. II3 FALL AND SPRING SCHOOL AND GROUNDS-Pam FOLlfS, FALL AND SPRING CON SCHEDULING-Bill Sperlirlg, Ken Pa'-1121 HGYEY, Don SDI'-HEUS. 5116 H9lSbY- Haskins, Judy Hawley, Carol Quarles, Judy Bennett. 145 Z eammddffeea FALL AND SPRING PUBLICITY-Betty Helbig, Gerry FALL AND SPRING FINANCE-Sharon Gemberling, Joyann Livengood, Dick Burris, Julia Kyle. Obde, Myron Congdon, Martin Wilson. II4 FALL AND SPRING SCHOLARSHIP-Faye Romig, Mickey Brenton, Dave Anderson, Diane Rothwell, Nancy Nakagawa. FALL AND SPRING HONORS BOARD-Alice Akan, Mickey Carney, Bill Bailey, Torge Moore. 1452 deed FALL AND SPRING ELECTION-Karen Graupner, Judy Gustafson, Richard Homick, Roberta Burdick. FALL AND SPRING DANCE-Judy Conklin, Gary Lawton Mike Larnpert, Jackie McCoy. 1 II5 Checking newspaper files and preparing copy are news editor Kay Hutchinson, and associate editors Gary Carpenter and Cecelia Reuss. Mailing and circulation staffs are caught by the photog- rapher. Clockwise: Catherine Perry, Beverly Chrysler, Bob Murphy, Annette Clark, Charlotte Lipps, Lyle Carstens -and Nancy Pierce. Columns, stories and pictures are all a part of the sports page completed by Janice Baker and Nancy Franks, girls' sports editors, and Gary Kurtz, sports editor, and Marty Se'edorf, sports wrfiter. '6Today is the deadline!" These words ring throughout the newsroom each day, for deadlines must be inet in order to get The News to press on time, The News staff writes and edits copy, makes up the pages and reads galley and page proofs. The paper is printed in the print shop of the Technical and Vocational school, under the direction of Don Town- send. l AdVSFfiSiI'I9 Plays an iI'YlP0rfHY111 POPE in HGWSPHPBP work. Feature writers "admiring" their stories in the current issue are Mike Merriman, Nancy Pare, ad solicitors, Kay Brunell, Judy Carson, Jo Collctt, Judy Huss and Julie Warfield. ad manager, and Gerry Featherly, solicitor are con- ferring wich each other about copy. I22 FALL AND SPRING SCHOLARSHIP-Faye Romig, Mickey FALL AND SPRING HONORS BOARD-Alice Akan, Mickey Brenton, Dave Anderson, Diane Rothwell, Carney, Bill Bailey, Torge Moore. Nancy Nakagawa. ,452 mazfeee FALL AND SPRING ELECTION-Karen Graupner, Judy , Gustafson, Richard Homick, Roberta Burdick. Mike Lampert, Jackie McCoy, FALL AND SPRING DANCE-Judy Conklin, Gary Lawton I I5 FALL LEAGUE COMMITTEES-Seated: Janice Lundy, pep con: Nancy Noonan, winter mixerg Julia Kyle, pep con: Cecelia Reuss, co-rec night. Standing: Paula Heyer, Thanksgiving convocation: Bonnie Johnson, pancake breakfastg Ruth Olsen, big sister party: Pam Fouts, awards convocationg Sue Scotti, Dad-Daughter banquet: Tarrell Hunt, co-rec night. az!! 'lmgae Qualifications? Be a girl. Vivacious, shy, short, tall, slender or chubby, it makes no difference-every North Central girl is a member of the Girls' League. Talents of all types are put to Work throughout the year on a bevy of projects and activities. Plans are "born" in Central Council meetings composed of the League officers and homeroom representatives. First on the fall calendar Was the annual Big Sister program in September. Dads were entertained by their daughters at the "Trick or Treat" banquet October 30. In November, the girls sponsored a Thanks- giving convocation with Boys' Federation and collected food for needy families. Numerous activities including the f'Mis- tletoe Magic" mixer, a pancake breakfast, visits to the "adopted lady" at Lakeland, T0p row-Lola Walker, presidentg Linda Poulin, Vice- Sponsorlng Collrtesy Week' at pep Con, arlcl president. Bottom row-Ruth Olsen, secretaryg 3. travelogue Coke paflly g2lVC C2igC1n glI'lS OP' Diane Steckling, treasurer. portunities to serve their school, and make new acquaintances. l I 6 First row-Sharon Witt, awards con: Cecelia Reuss, Mothers' Dessertg Miss Damon. Second row-Naomi Ross, creed cardsg Diane Roth- well, Cotton Day mixer: Betty Helbig, prayer committee: Sharon Riley, style show. ,being 60:64 ' league Spring projects were launched by the pur- chase of guards for last semester's officers. Other spring projects included ordering for all the girls cards which were printed with the League Creed, writing a prayer for Cen- tral Council and buying North Central fold- ers to be sold in the bookroom. Traditional activities included the style show of new spring fashions, a Mothers' Tea, and co-sponsorship with the Federation of co-recreation night. Three mixers highlighted spring activi- ties. The first was in the old gym after a basketball game. A carnival theme was used for the Cotton Candy Carousel, the annual Cotton Day mixer. Golden Anniversary was the theme of the evening mixer on May 8. The League presented its fifth annual Big Sister award to Annie Blossom at the awards convocation during which a bronze, silver, gold, or gold pin with a ruby are awarded, depending upon a girl's service to the school. Top row-Deedy Gerl, presidentg Alice Akan, vice-presi- dent: Bottom row-Tarrell Hunt, secretaryg Julia Kyle, treasurer. II7 CLASS REPRESENTATIVES-First row: Mike Rhodes, Bricker Courtner, Ron Irwin, Dan Martin, Jim McMullen. Second row: John Wickstrom, Pete Duffy, Don Jones, Dick Herron, Gary Westerman. all gage Fall Federation Officers-Top row: Buzz Davis, president: Maynard Moe, vice-president. Bottom row: Jim Moore, scribeg Larry Oty, clerk. lI8 I e , The Boys' Federation extends its thanks to Lowell C. Bradford, who is re- tiring this year, for his outstanding serv- ice and contributions to the Federation throughout his years at North Central. Mr. Bradford has been truly a great inspiration to the boys who have had the privilege of knowing and working with him. In Appreciation, ,11HE Boys' FEDERATION Maynard Moe, President 1 When the Federation was organized in 1918 by Lowell C. Bradford, the boys were helping with community drives during the first World War. Later, in co-operation with the League, under the Associated Student Councils, the Fed- eration proinoted the first Student Conduct Board, and help institute the first school dances, recreation nights, and vocational conferences. This yearis activities included a new boys' slag and an orientation convocation at the be- FEDERATION DEPARTMENT HEADS-First row: Larry Oty, school service: Mickey Carney, sports-for-allg Dan Martin, pf 'mal serv- iceg Jim McMullen, community service. Second row: Mr. Bradford, adviserg Mike Lampert, personal serviceg Denny Ashlock. school serviceg Bill Sperling, sports-for-all. . ginning ol the school year to help incoming freshmen and other new students to become Ifamiliar with the school and its activities. The Archie Buckley Inspirational Award, presented annually by the Federation to the most inspirational player on the football team, went this year to Mickey Carney. Needy families in the community were taken care of at Thanksgiving and at Christmas. Other activities of the Federation included Co-Recre- ational Nights, co-sponsored with the League, and two pep convocations-one preceding North Central's last season football game with Lewis and Clark, and the other for the promotion of spring sports. On the list of special projects were their three spring tournaments - the annual novice debate tournament for beginning debaters, the novice track meet for boys not on school teams, and the open swim meet for all boys. ' ?ede'mz'c2m Spring Federation Officers-Top row: Maynard Moe, presidentg Bill Sperling, vice-president. Bottom row: Denny Ashlock, scribeg Mike Myer, clerk. II9 -1, ff' Janice Lundy, Betty Helbig and Ellinore Richards recheck M, J ve' f i' the senior pictures before they are sent to the engraver. Don Townsend, print shop director, Kenneth Mhyre, art adviser, Mary McKenna, publications adviser, and Mervin Manuel, photography adviser, discuss placement of pictures. de Tratlitions, special people and special events characterize 50 years of North Cen- tral. The l959 Tamarack staff has been privileged not only to record another year of school, but to reflect upon 50 years in this, the golden anniversary book. First came the preparation of a 'idiimniyu Making identifications on the' yearbook pages are Bill -3 Coluplete layout of Pictures and COPY Bailey, Ray Rantanen, Terry Palmer and Judy Smith- Ruth Olsen and Cecelia Reuss. Judy Conklin and Alice Akan, advertis- Kay Hutchinson, Mary Engle and Freda Brown make Judy Lawrence, Mary Alice Lyons and Jim Dewey copyread SUV? that 020165 are SPSHEU COPFSCUY- material before it is sent to the printer. l20 ,Ruth Olson, editor-in-chief and Cecelia Fleuss, managing editor, appear pleased with the work done by Judy Pilant, art editor. As Judy Conklin and Alice Akan discuss page laYouts, Sharon Mills and Bev Stradley work on the index. amazczck ing managers, and the staff solicited adver- tising to help finance the book. Pictures were taken and processed by the photogra- phy staff, directed by Mervin Manuel. Senior pictures were trimmed and mount- ed by Betty Helbig, Janice Lundy and Elli- nore Richards. Ray Rantanen, Bill Bailey and Jim Dewey preparedboysf srportsicopy, -.Q Q -f -- Q I+ w 1 Photographers Earl Hamilton, Howard Walker and Bruce Nelson seem to enjoy having their pictures taken as we'll as taking pictures while Judy Smith and 'ferry Palmer record- ed girls' sports. Mary Alice Lyons and Judy Lawrence prepared the index and senior activities. Mary Engle and Freda Brown supervised taking and identifying of homeroom pic- tures. Kay Hutchinson recorded activities of the drama and music departments. John Roberts, head of the photography staff, checks equipment with Nick Caruso and Bob Westfall, who are headed to take a club action shot. l2l Checking newspaper files and preparing copy are news editor Kay Hutchinson, and associate editors Gary Carpenter and Cece'lia Reuss. Mailing and circulation staffs are caught by the photog- rapher. Clockwise: Catherine Perry, Beverly Chrysler, Bob Murphy, Annette Clark, Charlotte Lipps, Lyle Carstens and Nancy Pierce. Columns, stories and pictures are all a part of the sports page completed by Janice Baker and Nancy Franks, girls' sports editors, and Gary Kurtz, sports editor, and Marty Seedorf, sports wrfiter. "Today is the deadline!" These words ring throughout the newsroom each day, for deadlines rnust be niet in order to get The News to press on tinie. The News staff writes and edits copy, makes up the pages and reads galley and page proofs. The paper is printed in the print shop of the Technical and Vocational school, under the direction of Don Town- send. Advertising plays an imP0I'fHl'1f FOIS in Newspaper work. Feature writers "admiring" their stories in the current issue are Nlike Merriman, Nancy Fare, ad Solicitors, Kay Brunell, Judy Carson, Jo Collett, Judy Huss and Julie Warfield. ad manager, and Gerry Featherly, solicitor are con- ferring wich each other about copy. l22 Lynne Larson, reporter seems to be receiving a great deal of help Examining trophies the North Central News has won are' on her story from Karen Rickets, exchange editor, Bob Br-uya, Mickey Brenton, managing editor, Nancy Noonan, editor- feature editor, and Joe Perez, news editor. in-chief for'spring semester and Jim Dewey, editor for fall semester. Weave Staff The News took top honors at the North- west High School Press Conference at Gon- zaga University last fall when it won the sweepstakes trophy and placed first in class A competition. Both the Columbia Scholas- tic Press Association and the National Scho- lastic Press Association have awarded The News highest honors for the past 23 years, under the supervision of Miss Mary Mc- Kenna, publications adviser. Outstanding writers on The News staff are selected for membership in Quill and Scroll, international honorary society for high school journalists. Each semester four members of the staff are elected to the Spo- kane Junior Press Club. Reporters at work-Front row: Kathy Wahl, Charlotte Lipps, Beverly Chrysler, Catherine Perry. Seated: Linda Ayers, Jerry Breeden, Judy Bizier, Lyle Carstens, Cheryl Nance, Ron Landberg, Kay Anderson. Working on files: Mildred Price, Roberta Barnes, Nancy Pierce, Sharon Larson, Bob Murphy. I23 DEBATE-First row: Mr. Miller, Deedy Gerl, Joyce Hauschild, Karin Weitz, Mary Alice Lyons, Dave deVidal. Second row: Gary Wagner, Bert Pence, Richard Homick, Bob Maule, Buzz Davis. Defale '7eczm4 Who said chivalry is dead? Dave de Vidal holds the door for fellow debaters Joyce Hauschild, Bert Pence and Mary Alice ' Lyons who are headed for a tournament. I24 Both beginning and advanced debaters entered the Pacific Lutheran College Tour- nament at Tacoma and returned with second sweepstakes, first place debate, first place interpretive reading, and third place extem- pore, in the Senior Division and first place extempore in the Junior Division. North Central was also represented at the College of Puget Sound Tournament, the Northeast District Speech Tournament, and the Northeast District Novice Tournament. Advanced debaters showed their skills this year in League competition where they won second place, and again in the Northeast District Tournament where they tied with Lewis and Clark for first place, entitling them to enter the State Tournament in March. 'E' QUILL AND SCROLL.-First row: Jo Storch, Mickey Brenton, Freda Brown, Carol Quarles, Judy Lawrence, Ellinore Richards, Cecel- ia Reuss. Second row: Mary Alice Lyons, Mary Engle, Bev Stradley, Sharon Mills, Betty Helbig, Ruth Olsen, Karen Ricketts. Third row: Bob Bruya, Gary Kurtz, Judy Conklin, Alice Akan, Jim Dewey, Gary Carpenter. ad! and Copy, deadlines and copyreading are fa- miliar to members of Quill and Scroll, inter- national honorary society for high school journalists. Members are recommended by Miss Mary McKenna, publications adviser, if they do outstanding work on The News and Tama- rack and if they maintain a grade average in the upper third of their class. North Centralls chapter, organized in 1939, is named for Edward R. Murrow, a graduate of WSC and a vice-president and commentator of CBS network. Projects, under fall and spring presidents Nancy Noonan and jim Dewey, included Christmas for a needy family, a literary contest, a dinner party and the annual sale of plastic yearbook covers. Gary Kurtz and Karen Ricketts sort poems and stories which were submitted to the first annual Quill and Scroll writing contest. l25 l A 1 COMMERCIAL CLUB-First row: Kristy Meckelson, Karen West, Janice Corrigan, Janice Lundy, Joyanne Obde. Second row: Ca- rol Bruce, Kay Gausman, Nora Duffy, Judy Reuss, Janet Piper, Karen Coleman, Delores Reinhold, Third row: Lynne Buroker, Judy McKay, Pat McClay, Sharon Witt, Janet Johnson, Gerry Livengood, Nancy Noonan. Fourth row: Karen Wirsch, Stephanie York, Ca- rol Peterson, Linda Poulin, Alice Bacon, Margaret Bruce, Kay Hutchinson, Julia Kyle, Judy Bizier, Catherine Sander, Mrs. Stockdale, Mrs. Griggs. mmefzcdal 66444 Working on the Commercial club service project are Karen Coleman and Karen Graupner. Members typed Over 11,000 new library cards. I26 A job well done by the girls ol Commer- cial Club this year was the typing ol ll,O00 special library cards being used now in the new book-checking machine. Other projects were the polishing of trophies in the trophy cases, stuffing envelopes for the Easter Seal Campaign, and the sponsoring of a typing contest. In November, the group entertained Rog- ers Commercial Club at a Coke party. In December, their Christmas party was de- voted to Wrapping gifts for their needy fam- ily. To become a member of Commercial Club, a girl must have a C average in all subjects, at least four credits in business edu- cation, and a passing grade on a general test given by the club. Girls from all grade levels are eligible if the requirements are met. FTA-First row: Lynne Buroker, Sandra Gallemore, Judy Swanson, Betty Helbig, Alvin Kieffer, Ruth Olsen, Deedy Gerl, Judy Conklin, Janice Corrigan. Second row: Judy Bennett, Lucy Anderson, Rita Franz, Nancy Johnson, Ardy Anderson, Donna Conover, Julie Petruss, Judy Whittier, Sharon Walker, Linda Edburg, Sharon Knudson, Valerie Denton, LaNell Reynolds, Sharron Stern, Janet Gleason, Carrie Unger. Third row: Marlys Gorrell, Mrs. Congdon, Patty Johnson, Linda Ayers, Judy Lanter, Sharon Rinck, Linda Pou- lin, Sharon Abbott, Nancy Nethercutt, Paula Heyer, Karin Weitz, Julie Warfield, Catherine Perry, Sharon Lenhart. gazfwze 666404 df f4mez6m "Pickles, pickles-buy a pickle for a nick- el!" The annual Future Teachers of Amer- ica pickle sale was high on the agenda of projects to raise money for the S50 teaching scholarship awarded annually to a gradu- ating senior who is entering the teaching profession. The members also sponsored a matinee, a grab bag sale at Christmas time, a PTA bake sale and an old records sale. Teacher training projects included a talk on the educational program offered at WSC by Virgil E. Geiger, supervisor of cadet teachers in Spokane, visits to area colleges, a panel discussion with cadet teachers, and in- structions on using a movie projector. Fun and food were plentiful at the potluck dinner and installation of officers held at the Carnation room. Caught sampling pickles for the FTA pickle sale are Ruth Olsen and Judy Conklin. Proceeds went toward their annual S50 Teaching Scholarship. l27 LATIN CLUB--First row: Janice Corrigan, Carrie Unger, Paula Heyer, Karen Moore, Sharon Rinck, Julie Warfield, Sandra Whitten, Linda Headstrom, Pam Fouts. Second row: Sue Helsby, Betty Helbig, Sidney Pruitt, Sharron Stern, Betty Sears, Sue Nelson, Diane Rothwell. Annette Van Dyke, Judy Conklin, Sonie Nelson, Deedy Gerl, Sue Pierce, Mrs. Briscoe. Third row: Richard Cook, Rick Stern, John Thompson, Ron Albo, Brad Mc Henry, Gary Barckert, Ralph Jones. Don Hnmmnr, Gary Wagner, Bill Stone-. .dum glad Janice Corrigan serves her master Ron Albo at the Annual Latin Club Roman banquet while Sue' Helsby fans him. Betty Helbig looks on. l28 "Pugnate" comes the cry from the Latin Club side of the basketball court. The an- nual royal battle between Math and Latin Clubs is being fought. Roman food and dress marked the end of the present and a lapse into the past when Latin Club had its Roman banquet in March. lnitiates, dressed as slaves, served Utheir bettersf' Activities included a convoca tion at which David Holmes, head football coach, and Lowry Bennett, football line coach, were honored. At another convocation, pictures of Miss Elsa Pinkham and Lowell C. Brad- ford were presented to the school. Senatus Populus Que Romanus or The Senate and the Roman People is Latin Club's official title. Purpose of the club is to pro- mote friendly relations among Latin stu- dents. Anyone who is enrolled or has been enrolled in Latin is eligible. v SPANISH CLUB-First row: Karol McGaw, Shirley Sexson, Carolyn Babcock, Freda Brown, Nancy Freeman, Mary Ingalls, Patri- cia Wallen, Joyce Tollefson, Karen Largent. Second row: April Thompson, Janet Gleason, Janet Piper, Sherry Sinclair, Edna Race, Bonnie Burgin, Boyd Farris, Bob Murphy. Third row: Joe Barrow, Gary Mitchell, Dick Prague, Patty Ginn, John Roberts, Gary Lawton, Mr. Mayer. ,banded Elec! "La Tertuliaf the Spanish equivalent for "social gathering" or Hcircle of friends," was the original naine of the Spanish club. Edith Brooinhall, a former North Central teacher, organized the club in l9l3 with the purpose of promoting interest in the Spanish language and history. When first fornied, the club restricted membership to girls, but later the qualifica- tions Were changed to adniit the boys. To qualify for nieinbership in the Spanish club, a student must be enrolled or have been en- rolled in Spanish and have at least a C grade average. To provide information about the Span- ish language and culture and to encourage the use of the language of Spain and Mexico is the purpose of the club. Meetings consist of one business and one social gathering a month. Walter Mayer, Spanish teacher, is adviser of "La Tertuliaf' 'fl just washed my hair," exclaims initiate Marcie Dungan as Freda Brown, Joe Barrow and Karol McGaw prepare' 'to 'give her the works! IZ9 MATH CLUB-First row: Mary Nelson, Jeannette Vollert, Linda Randall, Betty Helbig, Lynne Winnington, Lois Norman. Second row: Cecelia Reuss, Dick Franks, Martin Wilson, Paul Meilleur, Bonnie Underdahl, Mr. Barnard. Third row: Dennis Gratton, Ralph Miller. Pete Duffy, Don Hainmar, Ken Higbee. 775454 and Puzzled by a tricky mathematical problem on 'che Nlath club bulletin board are Cecelia Reuss and Richard Franks. I30 Solving 373 X 453 by logarithms may seem impossible to some students, but mem- bers of Math Club can solve it Without much effort. The Mathematics Club was organized for students Whose primary interest is mathe- matics. Membership is limited to students who have been enrolled in three or more semesters of math, who have a B average and who are able to pass an entrance exami- nation. Mr. Barnard, of the math depart- ment, is club adviser. A lecture on stereophonic sound by Ed Williams of the Bell Telephone company highlighted the February business meeting. A progressive dinner in April. and the an- nual Latin Club-Math Club basketball game were important events on the calendar. A math contest for lowerclassmen was premiered this year. As in former years, the club sponsored the annual Math contest open to all North Central students. THREE C'S-First row: Lucille Arnett, Darlene Eveland, Sharon Freeby, Kathie Kringle, Helen Schubert, Dennis DeMinter, Carolyn Clayton, Mickey Brenton, Edith Knapp, Connie' Olsen, Linn Edmonson. Second row: Jerry Holman, Loretta Hartman, Karen Ricketts, Sharon Mills, Ruth Olsen, Ardy Anderson, Nancy Olson, Linda Pace, Connie Ingebrightson, Gary Carpenter, R011 Wellman. Third POW! Leon Sams, Aaron Knapp, Ken Kringle, Glen Talbott, Dennis Alkire, George Clayton, Dave deVidal, Paul Norris, Terry Thatch, Rod Niemeyer, Mr. Russell. hee dh Co-operating not only with fifteen Youth for Christ clubs in this area, but with clubs all over the world, the Three C's meets Weekly to promote Christian fun and fellow- ship among high school students. The Three C's are symbolic of clean living, clean char- acter and clean speech. Friday morning meetings feature musical talent, group singing, student and outside speakers and skits. Included in this year's calendar of programs were a Christmas musicale, a Top Tunes contest, the showing of the film "Going Steady" and an Easter program. Sponsoring a Bible quiz team, a preacher boy, and musical contestants and taking part in YFC rallies were among the club's activities. Nielnbership is Open to all interested Stu' Preparing for Bible quiz competition are Edith Knapp, Ken dents and is retained by consistent attend- K'i"9'e" Dave devidm' Aaron Knapp and Connie mm' ance. High lights for the more than fifty members this year were the annual "Hayloft Havoc" and the formal Lilac Time banquet. l3I TAU CHI-First row: Jerry Raver, Joyce Hauschild, Brenda Blackwell, Cala Chilton, Rose White, Janice Lundy, Sandy Thompson, Stan Bronowski. Second row: Mrs. Haltom, Roberta Burdick, Joan Lanterman, Debbie McCoy, Kristy Meckelson, Deanda Sylte, De- anna Sylte, Kay Hutchinson, Mrs. Wilcox. Third row: Jim Warner, Myron Congdon, Bob Bruya, Stan ' Casperson, Bert Pence, Larry Bryson, Jon Opsal. dd Stan Bronowski provides enjoyable entertainment with his rock and roll in the convocation sponsored by Talent Club. Proceeds were used to purchase a phonograph. I32 I "Un stage for curtain call!" Many are the curtain calls for Talent Club members each time they represent North Central with a program. The group appeared numerous times throughout the year before civic, church and school organizations. The principal aims of Talent Club are to perfect the amateur entertainer's specific talent and to give him the additional poise and self-confidence which is essential while performing for the varied audiences who might-and do-call upon the members for entertainment purposes. Perhaps the most vivid experience in the minds of a large percentage of Tau Chi members is the program they presented for the patients at Baxter Veterans hospital this spring. Another high light was a convoca- tion given for the purpose of purchasing a record player, which will be used only by club members. THESPIANS-First row: Karen Wirsch, Mickey Brenton, Nancy Gaspard, Janet Gleason, Doris Gerike, Jean Anderson, Carol Peter- son, Ricki Bassett, Mrs. Oppen. Second row: Larry Shroeder, Deanda Sylte, Deanna Sylte, Roberta Galbraith, Barbara Davis, Bev Stradley, Lyle Carstens. Third row: Richard VanCamp, Larry Prophet, Sherman Bussard, Dick Burris, Bob Bruya, Glen Talbott, Mike Sandgren. deofedaaa A hush falls over the audience as the cur- tain goes up. But back stage all is bustle and excitement as Thespian troupe members go into action to make this performance "the best yet." Thespians are drama students who have earned l5 points by participating in plays and other productions-acting roles and working behind the scenes. Adviser of Troupe 628 is Mrs. Genevieve Oppen, drama teacher. In addition to help in producing two plays this year, Thespians planned a party for the cast of each play. The troupe spon- sored a morning mixer, 'iThe Dozen Drag," as a money-raising project and as publicity for the fall all-school play. The annual hoag- ie party and the graduation party honoring senior members were in May. Troupe mem- bers looked back on a busy and enjoyable year. Last minute "touch-ups" are familiar to members of Thes- pians. Above, Dick Burris helps Carol Peterson before stage cali. l33 -. sf. .ls X. MEDECINE D'AVENIR-First row: Jackie Robinson, Mary Alyce Hobbs, Karen Fisher, Sue Nelson, Janice Baker, Colleen Wood, Lynne Winnington. Second row: Michaelyn Stowers, Virginia Brookman, Janet Hopper, Arlyne Ferguson, Doris Knowles, Sharon Rinck, Dominic Frucci, Third row: Carole Peterson, Frances Forrey, Pat Callahan, Denny Ashlock, Bill Lock- ridge, Martin Wilson, Linda Randall, Jeanette Vollert, Mr. Spangenberg. Wledlecdae al ' aeadz Touring the Eastern State Hospital in De- cember highlighted the activities of Mede- cine d'Avenir this year. As guests of Future Nurses of America, club members visited the patients and toured Fairchild Hospital February 21. Medecine d'Avenir, organized by Gary Burrus, a 1956 graduate, became a school club in the fall of l955. Students who have a 2.5 grade point average and who have the desire to enter the medical profession are eligible for membership. A major in mathe- matics or science is also recommended. A morning mixer, A'Hypo Hop," and the first formal installation of officers were im- portant events on the club calendar. Wal- Q ter Spangenburg, of the science department, is adviser. Mary Alyce Hobbs and Doris man. Colleen wood Seems to be enjoying her task. Knowles. seniors, served as president during the year. "Oh no! Not shoe polish" is the plea of initiate Ginny Brook- I34 VOX PUELL-ARUM-First row: Betty Sears, Pam Fouts, Joanne Bolma, Lynne Buroker, Janet Johnson, Ruth Olsen, Sidney Pruitt. Second row: Mrs. Nistad, Sharron Stern, Carol Quarles, Alice Akan, Diane Rothwell, Deedy Gerl, Nancy Noonan, Judy Conklin, Sha- ron Mills, Third row: Colleen Wood, Sharon Witt, Jo Storch, Linda Poulin, Sharon Abbott, Paula Heyer, Valerie Denton, Karen Moore, Sharon Riley, Diane Steckling, Lola Walker, Carrie Unger. Wax veeffafucm Advertising all North Central functions, the bright new plastic signboard prominent- ly displayed Within view of passers-by is a present to North Central from the girls of Vox Puellarum. To finance the project, Vox girls spon- sored a mixer, a rummage sale and various noontime sales. The principal fund-raising project Was a pay convocation entitled "Vox- iield Follies Presents 50 Golden Years at NC." Singing and dancing their Way through 50 years of history, the girls not only en- joyed themselves, but learned "What went on back When." Vox Puellarum fvoice of the girlsj was organized in l9l3 as a girls' debating so- ciety. The club has many traditions. One is the annual presentation of the Vox award to the girl who under the greatest handicaps has accomplished the most in high school. Jim Dewey seats Carol Quarles as Judy Conklin pours coffee for Janet Johnson and Esse Bjorklund at at the Vox Progressive dinner. l.35 A.MORES LIBRORUM-First row: Miss Carroll, Lynne Stenhouse, Linda Randall, Sharon Lenhart, Marilyn Forrester, Mickey Bren- ton. Second row: Nora Duffy, Janice Baker, Richard Hardenbrook, Judy Lawrence, Margaret Daugherty. mama Zdfwzam Judy Lawrence, Sharon Lenhart and Mickey Brenton are C0mPiIm9 a list of suggested reading books. Members wrote to the Washington state colleges to get the information. I36 Principal project this year of the mem- bers of Amores Librorum was the writing of letters to the colleges throughout the state asking for titles of five to ten books that college-bound freshmen should have read. Wlieii the answers were received, a list of the books recommended was compiled and post- ed in the library for the use of students and teachers. Amores Librorum, "Lovers of Books," was founded in 1937 by Miss Mary Bacon, for- mer head librarian. Miss Madeline Carroll is the present adviser. To be eligible for membership one must be on the honor roll and be interested in books. JUNIOR PRESS CLUB-Tom Ambrose, Chronicle Editorial staff, adviserg Jim Dewey, Gary Carpenter, Bev Stradley, Mary Engle, Freda Brown, Kay Hutchinson, Mickey Brenton, Cecelia Reuss. fandom peace 4 Interviews with visiting celebrities and Interest in synchronized or competitive people in the field of communications high- swimming and willingness to improve in the light the activities of Junior Press Club, an sport are requirements for membership in all-city organization for high school journal- Aquettes. Mrs. Bess Milton, Red Cross swim- ists. Each semester four members of the pub- ming instructor, and Miss Mildred Burdick lications staffs are selected for membership. of the faculty are the advisers. AQUETTES-First row: Kay Worthington, Ginny Brookman, Mary Alyce Hobbs, Julia Kyle, Julie Warfield, Judy Mishler. Second row: Kay Gausman, Sandy Minkler, Gail Adams, Diane Thomas, Nancy Freeman. Third row: Deanna Wiedmer, Che Che Pantzar, Nikki Nelson, Judy Gustafson, Miss Burdick. l37 FNA-First row: Carrie Clayton, Shirley Sexson, Nancy Gaspard, Sharon Witt, Barbara Lingle, Brenda Joynes, Sandra Riedeger, Sha- ron LaFlam, Florence Humphries, Nancy Nakagawa. Second row: Kathy Witt, Theresa Countryman, Barbara Hughes, Sharon Howard, Kathy Jensen, Pam Gorremans, Marion Humphries, Anne Sanne, Mrs. Riegel. Third row: Judy Gustafson, Edith Reynolds, Karen Moore, Marjorie Harris, Lorna Buschbacher, Joyce Blessing, Edna Race, Annie Blossom, Linda Sorte. Fourth row: Connie Ingebritson, Sarah Duke, Susan Mueller, Doris Keeling, Alice Akan, Doris Clutter, Alice Carnahan, Donna Potter, Marilyn Drader. " Reading to patients in pediatrics at St. Luke's hospital was the project of the Future Nurses of America group each week. Other projects included the annual sneak break- fast, a mother-daughter tea and a box social. 'faaatvfadalzeeeee 'llo improve oral expression of thought through study and practice in conversation, public speaking, and analytical listening is the objective of North Central's newest club -Toastmistress. TOASTIVIISTRESS-First row: Jeannette Fraser, Naomi Ross, Alice Akan, Pam Fouts, Sue Helsby, Kathy McDonald. Second row: Al' L Pe Webber, Mrs. Coon. Third row: Sue Spear, Mary Bailey, Janice Corrigan, Judy Conklin, Carol Moscher, Mary ice yons, ggy Nancy Walter, Paula Heyer, Mary Alyce Hobbs, Joyce Hauschild, Karin Weitz, Sharon Gemberling, Linda Poulin, Julia Kyle. l38 l WARRIORS-First rc Poutre, Mr. Diedrick. Second row: Don Martin, Mike Dunn, Esse Bjorklund, Alfred Greenwood, Stan Casperson, Jim Moore, John Magnuson. LnVaughn Stevens, Steve Bischoff. Third row: Jim Duke, Orin Humphries, Allan Balderson, John Bronowski, Dave Watt Ron Williams, Tom Collins, Richard Hardenbrook, Bill Sperling. w: Terry Thatch, Dan Zable, Clint Britt, John Thomson, Mike Lampert, Ren Albo, Dennis Gratton, Steve Wazzdua Za! Sponsorship of a convocation was the top money-making project for Warriors this year. Funds in their treasury are used to finance Firing as a team for the first time this year in interscholastic competition, Rifle Club members participated in matches with other schools. Rifle Club sponsored the Wfashing- ton state hunter safety program. athletic projects, sports banquets and to pur- chase trophies. RIFLEZ CLUB-First row: Donnie Basinger, JOAnna James, Beverly Sparely, Gordia Berglund, Sherri Goeden, Robbin Gordon, Kay Turnley, Sandra Schraufnagle, Carla Fix, Bob McLean. Second row: Dennis Riddle, James Riddle, LeRoy Richardson, Judy King, Shirley Benway, Charlene Graves, Jean Custer, Steve Goeden, Wayne Duke, Mr. Bland. I39 29. Cheering at a football gainc, eating lunch on the school lawn, wearing pigtails or bow ties on Sadie Hawkins day-these and a host of other "little things" coinbine with "big things" such as winning contests and studying for exams to intake up that unexplainable existence-'fschool life." 1 Q 3 ! r 1 1 22525- egegf, .aj '.,L.m- 1:-, V, iimv, wg M Q Zi K Liang :-:Z 3 ' til? X cz!! ...t-f.-,iw ,.., , . ,,,......i.....- .. K X Upper left-The roaring twenties return as Judy Conklin, Pam Fouts and Paula Heyer take part in the Girls' League' pep con. Upper right-Spirit stirs in the heart of every student when Brad lifts his baton once again to direct the special band. Lower left-Annie Blossom, Big Sister of the year, helps her little sister, Karen Hitchcock, to become acquainted with North Central. Lower right-Red Feathers and Color Girls depict the Charleston Age at the stadium during half time. 746226455564 Upper left-Discussing their experiences as delegates to Girls and Boys' State are Bill Bailey, Nancy Nethercutt, Clint Britt and Jim Moore. Upper right-Lola Walker and Esse Bjorklund are pictured recalling a lecture at Twinlow Leadership Conference. Lower left-Students join in a bunny-hop line at the Warhoop, annual ASB get-acquainted mixer. Lower right-King and queen for a night are Diane Steckling and Esse Bjorklund at the ASB Halloween mixer, "Pumpkin Bounce." Upper left-Football princess, Jackie McCoy, poses with her attendants Gerry Livengood and Kay Gaus- I'Y'l3I'1. Upper right-Warming up before presenting "Sacks Appeal" during football half time are Diane Rothwell. lPatsy Platt and Lynne Buroker. Middle left-Coaches and trophy winners at the foot- ball banquet, left to right are: Ed Kretz, Mick Carney, Dave Holmes, Bob Ulrich, Lowry Bennett, Bill Bailey, Bill Diedrick and Jim Moore. Lower left-Bringing back the Charleston are Georg- anne Jackman and Joan Couture at the annual League Dad-and-Daughter banquet. Lower right-Jim Moore and Maynard Moe escort Bill Sperling, "Miss Football Spirit" to the stage during the Boys' Federation pep con. 'fic .V ff .LW f -MW Upper left-Costume winners at the Sadie Hawkins dance-Tammy Kimpel, Lonnie Yancey, Brad McHenry and Diane Rothwell-pose for photographer. Upper right-Linus Morris as Marryin' Sam reads the "Marriage vows" when Jo Storch and Don Lobdell ex- change rings. Middle right-Sporting braids on Pigtail day are Mikel Stowers, Nancy Hoering, Nancy Gates, Karen Welch, Laurie Jones and Dee White. Lower left-Terry Palmer begs Bill Bailey to stop for a rest as she obligingly carries his books on Be-Kind- to-Football-Players day. Lower right-Bob 'Atkins spins records at a morning mixer while Judy Noll and an unidentified student look on. Wdnlez Upper left-Ellie Richards buys a basketball ticket from Sandy Thompson and Pam Wacker at the ticket booth. Upper right-Phil Lindquist is discovering, with the help of Nancy Monohon and Tammy Kimpel, that the wearing of the green is an important custom. Lower left-Enjoying a game of basketball from the white shirt section are Vern Gaines and Steve Poutre. Lower right-Rehearsing for the Vox Puellarum pay convocation are Sidney Pruitt, Sonie Nelson, Alice Akan and Pam Fouts. fr? 1-kzaaezaea Upper left-Red Feathers, Linda Sorte, Joyce Hauschild, Janet Hopper and lvlarlys Gorrell, express mixed emotions while watching a basketball game. Ulpper right-Mike Rhodes and Carol Swett dance to the music of the Pendletons at the' ASB mixer, Superstitious Stomp. Lower left-Posing with the Vox Puellarum Service Flag are Betty Sears, Sharon Mills and Coki Wood. Lower left-Linda Poulin leads the students in a cheer during a pep convo- cation. 5 'lf 'www Upper left-Nancy Nethercutt portrays the Virgin Mary in the ASB Christmas program. Upper right-Doing their part to enact the Christmas story .are Nick Frucci, Gary Morgan, Esse' Bjorklund and Nancy Franks. Middle left-Charles Hiatt and Jack Bradford concen- trate on a game of checkers at co-recreation. Lower left-Barbara Davis tells Santa Claus, Denny Ashlock, her Christmas wishes. Lower right--Lola Walker announces Gerry Livengood and Jim Moore queen and king of the winter mixer. Upper left-Terry Palme-r, Linda Ayers and Gail Glad- der pose with the tepee before the start of a basket- ball game. Upper right-Selling cupcakes during the lunches are Commercial Club members Joline Brett, Gerry Liven- good and Sharon Witt. Middle right-An unidentified student, Shari Sinclair, Patti Gann, Jim Villars and Mr. Mayer listen to Tim Mayhew recite in the after school Russian class. Lower left-Students hurry up the north stars between classes. Lower right: Showing off their basketball trophies are Clint Britt, captain's trophy, Jerry Stannard, coach, ancl Larry Summers, free throw trophy. 'W Upper left-Boarding Pattison's bus, Cliff Davis and Eddy Wheeler head for the ASB roller skating party. Upper right-The Inland Empire entry in the Miss Washington contest, Sharon Gemberling, poses with the crown signifying her title. Lower left-Nancy Monohon and George Alberts perform a pleasant ini- tiation duty at the annual Latin Club banquet. Lower right-Grouped around the piano preceding the senior con are characters Janice Lundy, Linus Morris, Bill Sperling, Bricker Cortner and Janet Gleason. 1-iazaaazeea Upper left-Sandy Bilyeu, Kay Brunelle, Barbara Brunelle and Kathy Wahl enjoying their lunch on the lawn. Upper right-Betty Sears and Diane Rothwell check final plans for the League Cotton Day mixer. Lower left-Nliss Pal: Damon pours for Nlrs. Unger, Carrie Unger, Mrs. Reuss and Cecelia Reuss at the League Mothers' Tea. Lower right-Doug Stoeser, grand prize winner of the North Central Sci- ence Fair, explains his project. RED CROSS-First row: Deedy Gerl, Mrs. Lorraine McNew, adviser. Second row: Deanna Sylte, Martin Wilson, Joanne Bolma, George Hogue, Betty Sears, Carrie Unger. fed , , , Zaye new STAGE CREW-First row: Bill Bailie, Phil Ostendorf, Ron O'de1I, Don Burchett, Don Vannurden. Second row: Don Babkirk, Bob Brown, Steve O'de11, Brad Hare, Vern Gaines, Ken Mhyre, adviser. I54 CAFETERIA STAFF-left to right: Viola Santoria, Agnes Foskin, Lilia D'Andrea, Ruby Wiley, Alice Gillespie, director, and Dorothy York. afelmdcz Wazhew , , . heladiaaa row: Art Baker, head custodian: Eathen Sisk, Barbara Hynes, R. M, Sherman, Second row: George Trudeson, Robert Gooler, and John Miller, assistant engineer. Not pictured: Ed Barnes and Herman Woddell, chief engineer. l55 P ' I Productions whether dramatic or musical have been a continual source of enjoynient and entertainnient to mankind for eentiiries. Annual jaresentations ineltzdirig the school play, the Childr:n'.s' Theater play, the band concert and ninsie festivals bring happiness to parents and friends of North Central and give students valuable experience and self- eanfidenee which they will treasiire in years to eozne. Q A ' A ' my 1 . TL 2125 N H 4 I :SM 'su sf ! 2 X . ' 1 P 4 l 1 I ,g 1 Y I is b 1 V , f Y f i 1 5 . Vi V+ gg' vw M 4 ur 4 'z Kg lie Zagen Twelve children ranging from the kitten to the economy size prove a problem for father Gilbreth, played by Bob Bruya, when the older girls revolt against high-topped shoes and cotton stockings in the fall play, "Cheaper by the Dozen." Mr. Gilbreth is known throughout the world for eliminating waste motion in fac- tories, and, according to him, there is no reason why his family cannot operate in the same manner. Not a minute can be wasted. There is a method for everything from tak- ing a bath to buttoning a vest. Mother Qanet Gleasonj is really the back- bone of the family, but in her tactful way makes Father believe he is. Dad knows he hasn't long to live because of a bad heart, so he prepares his family to I6O go on without him. But a conflict arises when Ann, the oldest girl, Uanice Lundyj buys a teddy and silk stockings. Of course, the boys side with Father against such a dis- graceful thing. Simply that the Gilbreth girls fKaren Wirsch, Ricki Bassett, Carol Peterson, Mickey Brentonj are the only ones still wearing cotton stockings and high- topped shoes at school is not reason enough to change. What goes on in the mind and heart of a father having twelve children is shown by Dad in his handling of this situation. As the curtain falls, we see Mother as she assumes the task of chairman for the family council, knowing that father is gone on his last tour and will not return. The children, unaware, carry on as before. fleft, uppery Dad fBob Bruyaj blows his whistle, bringing to attention, Mother fJanet Gleasonj Jackie fBob Fahj Mary fKaren Wirshl Lillian fRicki Bassetti Martha fCarol Petersonb Ernes- tine fMickey Brentonj Alnne fJanice Lundy! Frank fLyle Carstensl Dan fDavid Crosej Bill fEd Lampherelb and Fred fDick Van Campj. fright, upperj "l'll see if she's around," Lyle Carstens yells into the receiver of the telephone as Janice Lundy, Carol Peterson, Karen Wirsh, Mickey Brenton and Ed Lamphere tug at him desperately. fright, middlej "And l'm going to wear them," shouts Janice Lundy as Carol Peterson and Mick- ey Brenton back her up while Father fBob Bruyay looks on astonished. fright, bottomj Mickey Brenton and Janice Lundy appear terrified as Bob Bruya helps Miss Brill fBobbie Galbraithb with her coat. O'S h hnessyb, Karen Wirsch fa doll in Each in a characteristic pose of his part in the "Puppet Prince," is Jerry Raver fSeamus c aug the toy shopj, Carol Peterson tNicolletteJ, Dick Burris tPrince Nikkip, Glen Talbott tNlagnusJ, Lyle Carstens Ca leprechaunl, Bob- bie Galbraith Ca customerb, Dick VanCan1p tBugleJ, Jo Collett fthe Duchess of Umbragej, and Bob Bruya CHigh Cockolorumj. 'khan 'a 76eaZefz The Puppet Prince, a delightful fairy tale, was skillfully performed by the drama classes in February for the Childrens The- ater. The sets were designed by Keith Wil- lett, a junior from Shadle Park high school. The High Cockalorum fliob Bruyaj had the children screaming with laughter, While Magnus the Magus fGlen Talbotj brought intrigue and mystery into the plot. Prince Niccolo QRichard Burrisj,had been changed into a puppet by Uncle Magnus, but Seamus OyShaughnessy Qerry Raverj, Nicollette fCarol Peterson, Ricki Bassettj and the Leprechaun fLyle Carstensj were able to break the spell and free him forever. The production was directed by Mrs, Gen- evieve Oppen, drama coach. l62 Dick VanCamp puts the finishing touches on a door used in the stage setting of the "Puppet Prince," as Larry Schroeder, Dick Burris and Bob Bruya contemplate the remainder of the set blueprint. 4Qf 'Q t' 2.--1, " ,W gi '65 f, 1 - t 9 s THREE FIVES-Seated: Linda Eickerman, Pat McLay, Kay Hutchinson. Second row: Kristy Meckelson, Sharon Gemberling, Barbara Hughes, Lois Yost, Jeanne Howard, Linda Davis, Jean Cook, Sharon Howard. Third row: Louise Larson, Janice Corrigan, Sue Nelson, Debbie McCoy, Roberta Burdick. 6a 'Mace 76aee The Three Fives presented programs for various organizations-civic, business, fra- ternal and school. A high light was their participation in the annual "Snow Queen" program at Whit- worth college. Another well-remembered event was their engagement at Shadle Park high school when they sang for the final judging of the Spokane district Miss Amer- ica pageant. They also presented programs for several conventions, among them, the Inland Empire Farm Forum, the Spokane County convention of the Republican Club, the Northwest convention of the Insurance Women and the National convention of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. Appearances in the Thanksgiving, Christ- mas and Associated Student Body convoca- tions, the Spring and Winter Music Festi- vals and Commencement exercises include school activities in which the girls partici- pated this year. Three Fives, originally organized in 1951 at Havermale junior high school by John Harris, head of the music department at Shadle Park and a North Central graduate, became a North Central group in 1953. Since then, this popular group of 15 vocal- ists, together with their accompanist, has gained repeated respect and compliments on their professional-like poise and appear- ance. This poise, Which has been acquired through meeting and singing for the pub- lic, has won many a Spokane audience. I63 Posed in the background throughout the entire presentation and represent- ing brilliant Christmas tree ornaments are Bonnie Raney, Beverly Stradley, Pat Callahan, Jackie Stone and Jennifer Eacho. I64 Phyllis LaBarge, Sharon Fleenor, Judy Conklin, Deedy Gerl, Sandra Gallemore and Janet Hopper take a bow as the audience applauds their part in the Waltz of the Flowers, finale of "The Suite." Sue Nelson and Linda Davis, accompanists of the Three Fives and choir, respectively, display their talents in the two-piano accompani- ment of "The Nutcracker Suite." wma mm 7emwz "Music is the universal language of man- kind."-Longfellow Uutstanding performances have been pro- vided this year for both school and commu- nity activities by the various musical organ- izations of North Central, under the direc- tion of W'. Stanley Taft. The week preceding Christmas vacation was a busy one for the choral groups, begin- ning with a radio broadcast sponsored by the Wfashington Water Power company in which the choir and Three Fives represented North Central. These groups also provided the musical portion of the traditional Christ- mas convocation, followed by caroling in the halls. Highlighting the Christmas season was the music department's presentation of the fifteenth annual Winter Music F estival, featuring Tschaikovsky's beloved "N ut- cracker Suitef' Amidst a setting of eight gold-grilled gates suspended across the front of the stage and two stairways beginning from center stage and leading into space in the background, selected ballet dancers, chosen from the girls' physical education de- partment, assisted the choir in their produc- tion and added color and action to the seven movements of "The Suite." Dancing was under the direction of Miss Elsa Pinkham. Girls' Glee club, attired in pastel formals and carrying white and gold Christmas wreaths, also participated in the show. An- other contribution of the choir was HA Psalm of Praise,', a modern number with a trumpet trio, tympani and drum accompaniment. I65 CHOIR-First row: Louise Larson, Edith Knapp, Coline Davidson, Sharon Ewell, Kathy Lareva. Second row: Merrilie Nevdahl, Lin- da Eickerman, Jerriann Rew, JoAnne Foster, Doris Clutter, Sharon Mills. Third row: Mike Slider, Jim Braun, Beverly Thompson. Judy Jelsing, Ruth Appel. Fourth row: Dave deVida1, Darrell Schwartz. Pat Murphy. Mickey Davis, Dick Burris. Bill Steph dark . , . glee GIRLS' GLEE--First row: Pat Green, JoAnn Stapleton, Karen McChesney, Candy Plante, Kathi Luiten, Mary Jo Couch. Second row: Carolyn Winkler, Marilyn Lowery, Sharon Auer, Sandy Schraufnagel, Lucille Arnett, Susan Gratton, Joan Long. Third row: Karen Hitchcock, Cheryl McMul1in, Susan Long, Dottie Barker, Jackie Schauer, Barbara Christensen, Alla Jean Ciallella, Nancy Jones. Fourth row: Sharron Phillips, Judy Cave, Eva Mae Zinnecker, Marie Aune, Patsy Pyne. I66 CHOIR-First row: Maxine Woodward, Nancy Patterson, Connie Ernst, Carole Glass, Cathy Sander. Second row: Carmen Noel, Joan Sapp, Marjorie Harris, Mary Preston, Lynne Buroker, Linda Davis. Third row: Doris Keeling, Lois Yost, Barbara Davis, Judy Con- nors, Dale Pratt. Larry Rogers. Fourth row: Dan Wayman, Fred Johnston, Dick Davis, Rodney Niemeyer, Richard Hardenbrook, Wallace Wittenberg. Gian . . . eztfelte The Girls' League' Sextet, Mary Preston, Lynne Buroker, Diane Rothwell, Sidney Pruitt, Rose White and Roberta Barnes, ac:ompa- nied by Sue Nelson greet the audience with a smile before breaking into song at a convocation appearance. I67 BAND First row: Gary Westrom, Ralph Miller, Dick Hoering, Charles DeRosl1ia, Timothy Mayhew, Ronald Standley, David White, David Floyd, Ron Irwin. Second row: Darrell Shane, Gerald Goodman, George Alberts, Clarke Ide, Jim Lutz, Esse Bjorklund, Bob Sletten, Pete McCur1e, Frank Oberst, Richard Westfall, James Murphy, Edward Dean. Third row: George Honshell, Gary Erickson, Ron Wirsch, Larry Mellgren, Douglas Fyfe, Dennis Regis, Don Burchett, Dick Stanley, Danny Womack, Roger Pearson, John Kurle, Harold Schnettler. Fourth row: Jim McMullen, Mervin Swenson, Leland Searl, Bob Turnley, John Cook, Duane Anderson, Murl Hur- ley, Ed Kelly, Fred Christlieb, Danny Sanderson, Mike Gilberg, Tom Benn, James Roberts. Fifth row: Eric Wolters, Clark Daly, Jim Warner, Charles Anderson, David Roark, Ken Saruwatari, Steve McMacken, Jerry Raver, Bob Grant, Phill Stohs, Terry Roberts, Don Woodbury, Ronald Harris. ep Zane! PEP BAN D-First row: Ron Irwin, Gerald Goodman, Jim McMullen, Gary Westrom, Richard Hoering, Roy Powis, Jim Lutz. Second row: Jon Opsal, Larry Bryson, Ed Thomas, Mike Rhodes, Alan Powell, Chuck Hiatt. Third row: Phill Stohs, Buzz Davis, Steve McMacken, Terry Roberts, Myron Congdon. I68 BAiND-First row: Ed Thomas, Jon Opsal, Larry Bryson, Ron Zimmerman, Doug Weddle, Phill Stohs, Glen Showalter, Gary Mor- gan, Doug Lewis. Second row: Ed Doyle, Lynn Burge, David Hatch, Judson Benway, Bruce Plein, Ron Anderson, Skip Claeson, John Choate, Norman Stein, Howard Shuck, Jim McKnel1y, James Allen. Third row: Tom DeMers, Glen Jones, Dennis DeMinter, Jim Beers, Tom James, Dale Nickerson, Brian Elbrecht, Jerry Suiter, Don Davis, Lynn Dalziel, Gary Martin, Melvin Horn. Fourth row: Mike Rhodes, Jim Kemmish, Allen Rebillard, Gordon Lindbloom, Charles Hiatt, Gary Anderson, Ron Hawkins, John Peters, Larry Eldore, David Gambill, Dan DeWitt, Charles Taschereau. Fifth row: Jerry Litzenberger, Randy Turner, Duane Nyberg, Alan Powell, Ken Haskins, Don Babkirk, Gary Hurley, Larry Varner, Phillip Lindquist. wich? 'gmwl "And the band played on . . . " One hundred and twenty-five musicians carried out their traditional appearances this year at games, in convocations, in parades and in concerts for the last time under the baton of Lowell C. Bradford, who is retiring from teaching. The band began its fall marching season with an appearance in the Merry-Go-Round halftime pageant entitled, 'Sacks Appeal." i'Left, Right Out of Your Heart," 'KTwelfth Street Rag" and the football princess cere- mony were other marching demonstrations presented by the band and the Red Feath- ers. Late in November, l00 band members marched in the Washington State college home-coming parade at Pullman. The 59th annual formal concert was given in April by the band and its supplementary organizations. Providing entertainment for the Intermountain Loggers convention at the Coliseum and for the Parent-Teacher association meeting at which the Freedom Shrine Documents were presented to the school are among other spring activities. As Hhonory' band and marching unit, the musicians and Red Feathers held a featured position at this year's Vlfashington State Apple Blossom Festival in Weiiatchee. Their appearance in the Lilac Festival functions as host band were of equal importance. Without a doubt, 'iBrad" and his "musical red coats" have gained a reputation unex- celled in the Northwest. I69 The c0111peflz'lw splrll, wlzeflwr lf immlvfc oflzer .vchools in all-city l'0?llC.Vl'S, fxllozcf Xl'lLCZIc'7Il.S in lI7l7'CII7ZZ!7'CllS or ill: i11diz1Ea'11al lzimxelf 10 lzrenk jvcm' or prvscllf wcorzls, is krmfzly fell by 6'CIf'll, jwariirijvarzl in flzf' xclzfcml aflzlctizr fvrogmm. Szfimzzlafccl lay llzix f'0l7I,f7Cllll01I, boys and girls mica' info, not only plzy.vicf1l eclzzcation classes, bm' info after-.vcl100lspo1'is events. lv xg XA fl XMW, Ml lf P if W l f j ' ll A' fl KKXXN ' If g vl E iff' Jie 7 T 1 VP z 3 fn y Y L W Ex 'L Y K Q Y, f v 1 Rx e W , I' I 'I l . L 1 J l 1' R w 1 1 1 I If YQ J Z i X5 I I. 'Q , 2 f 1 ff EY 5 ,l 4' za . I' I X J' . 3' , e Q ,if L . Jr, if 5' X 3 ' f M 1' ww F 4 c H Q! H f 4, 5 2 J '- 4 ., . 15 5 'A I F :' x, :F Q2 R , V f 21 A" m s f 1 , X. A H my w 'n f NA it IF .. 1 Q ,, W jk 5' 4 x 'Q' ,- WE? 1 ,Sw ,3 1, ,fy mwkmm ,.wf"V"L iw k' "SEEK 5 fg 5? n wigs. ' Left, Coaches-Kneeling: Ed Kretz, back coach: Dave Above left-Jim Nloore' 1343 applies a shoestring tackle to a Rogers back as Bill Holmes, head coach: Bill Diedrich, trainer. Standing: Sperling and Mick Carney fhiddenj move in. Above right--Jerry Coolbaugh stops Dale Blair, B squad, Lowry Bennett, line coach: Jerry a. Central Valley ball carrier from behind as Lavonne Stephens 4657 comes to his tannarcl, 1'reshmal1. aid, CRGGZZQZZ "I believe we had the StI'O11gCSt team in the league physically, but We lacked team speed," stated Dave Holmes, head football coach, at the close of the 1958 season. "The boys played hard but didnlt get many breaks."l Action in the annual Vic Dessert Merry- Co-Round game saw North Central take fourth place. A touchdown and a field goal gave John Rogers a 10-0 decision in first period activity before Gonzaga edged the Braves 6+0 in the third quarter. Bad breaks caused a narrow loss to Rich- land. Although outplaying the Bombers, the Indians kvere on the short end of a 20-14 score. The game saw North Central fumble a kickoff and make a bad punt snap. After trailing 19-6 at the half, the Tribe countered with two touchdowns and a con- version to tie eventual city league champion Lewis and Clark, 19-19. Capitalizing on five North Central fum- bles, Rogers toppled the Braves to second place. North Centra1's Jim Moore broke loose for an 88-yard scoring run. It was the only Indian score as the Pirates won 27-7. Displaying a strong defense, the squad rolled over Gonzaga 25-6. The Zags pene- trated inside the Indian 35, five times, once getting to the one-foot line. 175 12 tsifigiifff' 1 rws fg ffl!-m,,g'i. ,A reg.: igffififf-7i'i5e 5 , my ' X- XL 53355 H'-'lui'il,5f::,i,i'qfifi-1Rffiiis-it 4 , iff ,i:2.fsfggx- .5111- gfi,iE,EtgiSa 5 5 W 5 sg an ww Nb-my? ,, if, 1,554-.fi,pi,g :fm -- ,fs tfizw, . 1 i ..t'2ifwu .Qi .- w x -,,z2.,.:. 1-.5 fwwf' ., i-11.2.9.7-,',fg,s .me w e:-. , f ' . 1 . , 1 Q . ,. - -f-'...fg-aizsjfas. 1.1 - 1 :W - -, .fe -- f?ZQ,,!isf4f5f:,g1gi2,v ir- ' - H-M1 sf'lfFMl.t",iw'1uffm 212 .15 'sir' q fg, l--- -.- Qnx,."5-,xi.,f1.g. f Q ' Ni ll? H if 1 -1, - wwf -- , Ms 11,55 58,1 Salle S Qi I -iiii 1 ',' AL,1 if Q K f' Fumbles and intercepted passes held the In- dians to a squeaky 7-6 win over Central Valley on a mud-soaked Fairgrounds field. One fumble came on the Bear one-foot line. In the second meeting of the squads, Gonzaga downed the Indians 26-7. Gonzaga's Tim Connors figured in every Zag touchdown in Coach Holmes' first loss to the Bullpups. As Mickey Carney kicked two conversions, North Central won a close tilt with Rogers, 20-18. The loss put the Tribe in a second-place tie with Rogers. An intercepted pass, with 20 seconds to play, gave Lewis and Clark an 18-14 win over the Top to bottom-First row: Capt. Mick Car- ney, C5 John Magnusen, C5 Mike Dunn, Eg Tom Alberts, G3 Lavonne Stephens, G: Dwight Merkle, T. Second row: Capt. Jim Moore, FB, John Goeller, C5 Earl Hamilton, Eg Bill Bailey, G3 John Thompson, G: Bill Payne, T. Third row: Stan Casperson, Mgr., Jerry Coolbaugh, G3 Linus Morris, G: Bob Ullrich, T, Fourth row: Bill Flaherty, G: Ron Albo, T5 Ron Williams, T. Fifth row: Bill Stone, G: Jim Duke, T3 Jim Evans, T. Indians. The loss put the Tribe in a second-place tie with Rogers. A 21-7 victory over West Valley closed the season for the Braves. Jim Moore, Bob Ullrich, Tom Collins, Bill Bailey, Larry Summers, Ron Albo and Tom Al- berts represented North Central on the various all-city teams. Receiving honorable mention were Ralph Jones, Joe Perez and Mickey Carney. Ullrich was North Centra1's lineman of the year while Moore and Bailey received tackling and blocking trophies, respectively. Carney was pre- sented the Archie Buckley inspirational award. Top to bottom-First row: Steve Bischoff, Eg Bob Bell, HB, John Bronowski, HB. Second row: Gary Reeves, Eg Jerry Breeden, HB3 Tom Collins, I-IB. Third row: Al Greenwood, Mgr.: Mike Szymczack, Eg Ken Saruwa- tori, HB: Wally Collins, HB. Fourth row: Larry Summers, QB: Nlck Frucci, QB: Ken Haskins, E: Ralph Jones, Eg Dave Watt, HB: Jeff Kyle, HB, Fifth row: Bill Sperling, QB, Joe Perez, E: Mike Lampert, Eg Don Lobdell, Eg Dick VanHersett, HB3 Mike Myer, HB. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL-Front row: Ben Gillespie, Ron Strand, Bill Semro, Ron Holmes, Mike Williams, Gary Westerman, Harvey Luiten, Dale Davis, Ron Malloy, Richard Walker, Ron Ullrich. Second row: Edwin Doyle, Jim Cyr, Bruce Webster, Mike Brower, Darryl Kluky, Jerry Litzenberger, Frank Watson, Randy Turner, Ralph Caballero. Third row: Lonny Yancey, Richard Stern, Richard Cook, Ron VVehlicson, Richard Herron, Bob Fanning, Mike Miller, Don Goffinet, Barry Davison. Fourth row: John Wyatt, Bruce Wilson, Chris McKee, Noel Stubbs, Jack Bradford, Loren McKnight, Gary Pleasant, Gerald Goslinc. 1044 ?aal!faZZ "NVith a leader, these boys should form the nucleus of a city championship team be- fore they are graduated," said Coach Jerry Stannard of his freshman footballers. 'iThere are some very good athletes in the eager group that turned out. They suffered the loss of two coaches during the season." Conforming to the style of three differ- ent coaches was a problem faced by the freshman gridders this year. Coach lValt Spangenberg suffered an ulcer attack early in the year and the reins were taken over by Nicholas Scarpelli, who was transferred here from Libby junior high school. Then Scarpelli became ill and Athletic Director Jerry Stannard took over the squad following the first game. He coached the Papooses for the remainder of the season. Upper right-Bob Fanning dives forward as he is hit high-low by opposing players. Below right--Harvey Luiten takes a pass as Jim Mulligan springs him loose with a block. Left-Coaches Ed Kretz, fresh- Ab ove left-Clint Britt rebounds as Gonzaga's Dave Ferrie'r 1505 tries in vain and Jim Dewey C333 and men: Jerry Stannard, varsity, Larry Summers look on. Aibove right-Phil Stohs 1151 shoots over Roger's Derrili Fihoades as Indian and Kenneth "Nip" Hagen. Howard Adams takes a rebounding position. gaaeetlad "'We had a team of real fighters this year, and although We didn't enjoy the type of season We would have liked, We were close contenders in all ball games but one," said Jerry Stannard, Indian basketball coach. The Braves opened the season against Chewelah December 5, by Waltzing to an easy 65-28 victory. Sharp shooting and a deadly fast break made the victory margin. Sandpoint toppled the Indians the follow- ing night, 46-44, in a game which saw both teams play at the Wrong basket for two min- utes of the second half. Coeur d,Alene downed the Tribe 56-55 in a hot contest December 19. Sharp-shooting Kellogg, led by Rich Por- ter and Jeff Womboldt, dealt a tired Indian crew their third loss 62-43 on the following night at Kellogg. League play opened December l2 as the Braves handed Gonzaga a 40-34 defeat. Leading 27-14 at the half, North Central held off a third-quarter surge by the Zags and Went on to Win. Eastmont of Wenatchee fell before the Indians 50-42 on the next night. A unique feature of the trip for the players was spend- ing the night in the homes of the Eastmont ball players. A league bye set the stage for a return I8I Mike M ix if , va ii W ii Ei M as -nfxzikm NM,-i: Jim Dewey - i ' 1 " V K QT I bi wgw My 1 E . Jeff Kyle 'WX Brad McHenry Clint Britt Larry Summers lVle'l Stapleton Kellogg-North Central match, this time at Shadle Park. Kellogg took the game 52-39 and WC11t on to a 20-l record in regular season play. West Valley fell before the Indians 42-27 as league play resumed january 2. A scoring edge of l5 points in the fourth quarter provided the Braves the margin of victory. Upstart Shadlc Park upset the Redinen 42-38 in an error-filled con- test resulting in the first NC league loss. Central Valley downed the Tribe 40-Sl, January IG, with strong re- bounding and good foul shooting. Sporting identical 2-2 league records, Lewis and Clark inet the Tribe in a 'ibattle to stay alive" in the city league. LC emerged a 44-38 victor and the Braves began to fall out of contention. Wraplniiig up first-half action, Rogers squeaked by a fired-up Indian squad 52-50, dumping NC to fifth place. Gonzaga surprised the Rednien 56-39 February 6 in the "one game" mentioned by Coach Stannard. Below left-Larry Summers scores against West Valley as the Eagles' Larry Williams 1225 tries to stop him. Below right-Mel Stapleton hooks over an unidentified Roger's player as Derrill Rhoades C205 and Indian Gene' Allen 4215 get set to rebound. t X,,, F. . ,,., l . ,. , l - 1 ,.-i,1--if'5'1'ff-'---fa: f it-5 -f 5' I' 'K K K 1 " H 155 Q ' . 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The team again spent the night in the home of the opposing ballplayers. iNest Valley defeated the Redskins 52-4l February l7, extending the Indian losing streak to seven. Victory finally returned to the Indian tepee February 20, as Shadle Park fell to the Tribe 43-42 in a wild contest. Central Valley handed NC a 44-35 defeat February 24, and Lewis and Clark dumped the Redmen 44-40 three days later. After leading most of the way, the Braves fell before Rogers in the season finale, 53-46, placing the Tribe in a last-place tie with Gonzaga. Mel Stapleton and Clint Britt received second team and honorable mention awards on various all-city teams. Britt was awarded the cap- tain's trophy and Larry Summers received the free throw trophy. The basketball banquet, held in the Desert hotel Round-up room, put finishing touches on the season. Below left-Larry Summers 1355 battles Vern l.e'yde and Derrill Rhoades of Rogers for a rebound and Gene Allen 4219 moves in. 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A .. -1,-:Y-:git Stan Kimmerly -M1 f-2. in 5 - 5--sw B BASKETBALL-Front row: Dan Hurley, Marty Seedorf, Ron Harris, Del Clute, Tom Hedemark, Nick Frucci and Fred Betts. Back row: John Goeller, Chuck Janu- scheitis, David Mingo, Bruce Willoughby, Ron Weber, Eric Wolters and Steve Anderson. 2-S Zcwkezdatfd North Central's B squad ended its regular-season play with a 9-9 record, constituting a solid fourth- place finish. "VVe had, I think, a fairly successful season," said Coach Nip Hagen. "The boys had tremendous team spirit. If sickness hadn't hit us in the last half of the season, We might have placed much higher." After losing four out of six games in the first round, the fighting Indians came back to reverse the process and Win their next four out of six tilts. Steve Anderson's average of 17.5 points per garne was tops for the team. NC...49 LC .... 64 NC CV .. NC . . . 49 Gonzaga . 57 NC Shadle NC . . . 61 Rogers . . 35 NC VVV . . NC...S1 CV .... 53 NC LC... NC . . . 58 Shadle . , .38 NC Gonzaga NC . . . 54 WV .... 67 NC Rogers iNC...42 LC .... 43 NC CV... NC . . . 42 Gonzaga . . 39 NC Shadle . NC . . . 50 Rogers . . 47 NC VVV . . Above left-Steve Anderson shoots a jump shot against Shadle Park. Below left-Dan Hurley shoots a lay-in as Tom Hedemark Q45 and Nick Frucci Q39 close in. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Front row: Ron Holmes, Mike Williams, James Black, Harvey Luiten, Dick Cook and John Black. Back row: Marty O'Brien, George Brower, Larry Baum, Don Goffinent, Dick Herron, Mike Miller, Barry Davison and Bob Fanning. 'zeeimcm gawiezffczfi Freshman hoopsters ended their season with a 3-7 record and a fourth-place tie with Gonzaga. After winning their initial tilt against Shadle, the Little Braves lost four straight, then won two games and closed out the season with three straight defeats. "lVVe have several good prospects for varsity coin- petitionf' reminiseed freshman Coach Edward Kretz. l'With a little more experience, many of our losses would have been reversed. However, the team showed wonderful improvement in the second half of league playf, NC . . Zl Shadlc . . 17 NC . . 16 Gonzaga . . I7 NC . . 16 LC . . . . Z8 NC . . 26 Rogers , . . . 47 NC . . 18 VVCSI Valley . . ZS NC . . Z9 Shadle . . . Zl NC . . 17 LC . . . , T0 N C . . 22 Hoge rs . . . 38 NC , . 27 Vlfest Valley . fi Above r-ight-Harry Luiten drives for a lay-in against Gonzaga. Below right-Barry Davison 1115 and Marty O'Brien 191 battle for a rebound in North Central-West Valley action. Y Left, Coaches-Front: Dave Holmes, assistant track coachg Bill Diedrick, Above left: Mel Stapleton hits and Walt Merrick freshman baseball. Middle: NAI Manfred, varsity baseball: Dale Blair, fresh- catches. Above right: Mike Szymczak leads off first man track. Back: William Lowther, junior varsity baseball: Burrill Exley, as Larry Summers is ready to tag him out. varsity track. Varsity Baseball Roster League Schedule Bischoff . . Pitcher Aprill 14 . . Gonzaga at Gonzaga grown ' ' CatCheEj0Utf1elfl April 16 . . west Valley at NC Qhatterton lfirst Base , Dewey A - Shortstop April.2l . Lewis and Clark at Hart Frucci . First Base April 23 .... Rogers at NC Hawley , ' ' Pltchef April 27 . Shadle Park at NC M erri cling , Catche 1- MOCK U I Third Base April 30 . . Central Valley at CV Myer . . . . Pitcher-Shortstop May A5 . . . Gonzaga at NC Rhodes . . . Second Base-Outfielcl May -7 i ' Vvest Valley at WV Schroecler"f . Outfielcl H Q Spe1.ling,g1 Second Base May 12 . Lewis and Clark at NC Stapletonilf . Outfielcl May 14 .... Rogers at Rogers Szymczakiii SffC0Hf1BHS'f May Zl Shaclle Park at Fairgrounds 5L11111T1C1'S:k , Pitcher ryifsch Q ' Outfiem May 26 . . . Central Valley at NC :kLCttC1'11lC11 ' Field ers and Basernen Fred Brown Bill Sperling Larry Chatter-ton Walt lVlSl'r'iCk Pilchers Flon Wirsch Bud Schroeder Mike Szymczak l-3I'l'Y Sllmmefs Below left: Mike Rhodes steals home as Walt Merrick gets set to tag him. Below right: Mel Stapleton fields a fly ball. Nick Frucci Mel Stapleton. Jim Dewey Maynard Moe Managers Mike Myer' Roger Heisley George KUFSUI A' Monfour elow left: Bill Sperling slides to third as Maynard Moe tags him out and Fred Brown umpires the play. Below right: Nick Frucci takes the throw on a pick-off attempt. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL-Front row: Charles Burch, Gary Mell- strom, Louis Mendosa, John Platt, Del Clute, Mike Swank, Bill Foster, Jim Roberts tmgixl, Second row: Dan Wayman, John Cook, Les Ster- iitt Charles Bass, Allen Lyden, Jim Buchanan, Ed Ririck, Don Jones and William Lowther tcoachl. Third row: Judson Benway, Steve Ander- son, Stan Kimmerly, Ron Smith, Gary Kaatz, Bob Sleeth, Don Wadholm, and Don Womack tmglxl. mine Wafwdtg gawk!! UI will carry an l8-nian squad," Was Coach William LoWther's early-season coinnient con- cerning the junior varsity baseball teani. HRight now it appears that I have four good pitchers in Gary Kaatz, Steve Anderson, Ron Smith and Charles Bassf, This was Lowther's first year iis junior var- sity coach. I-le was transferred to North Central from Libby Junior High, where he coached the freshmen. Junior Varsity Baseball Schedule April 14 . . . . Lewis and Clark at Hart April l6 . . . . Central Valley at Garry April Zl . . Sliadle Park at North Central April 23 . ...... Rogers at Rogers April 27 . .... Gonzaga at Gonzaga April 28 . .... Mead at North Central April 30 . . NVest Valley at North Central May 5 . . . . Lewis and Clark at Garry May 7 . . Central Valley at Central Valley May 12 . .... Shadle Park at Garry May l4 . . Rogers at North Central May l9 . . . . Gonzaga at Garry May Zl . ...... Mead at Mead May 26 . . . VW-st Valley at VVest Valley Above left: Don Wadholm catches as Gary Kaatz ducks an inside ball. Below left: Ron Smith tags Steve Anderson sliding into third base. FRESHMAN BASEBALL-Front row: Dick Frank, John Campbel, John Black, Gary DuPree and Richard Cook. Second row: Ron Holmes, Joel Wright imgrl, Gary Westerman, Ron Ullrich, Mike Black, Mike Wil- liams, Leroy Perry lmgrl and Richard Walker fmgrl. Back row: Berry Davison, Harvey Luiten, Bob Fanning, Noel Stubbs, Randy Turner, Don Ludwigson, Marty O'Brien and Robert Bassett, madman Zaeeddd "Baseball is a game that is learned by playing every day," said Bill Diedrick, freshman baseball coach. i'We try to play as many games as possi- ble during the season. "This year approximately 30 games were scheduled for the frosh. Usually We try to play about 20 games, however, our league schedule began slightly later this year than in previous seasons, and we had time for more practice con- tests." Frosh League Schedule April 20 . . Lewis and Clark at Hart April 24 . .... Rogers at Rogers April 27 . . . . Gonzaga at Gonzaga May 1 . . XN7est Valley at VVest Valley May 4 . . . Sliadle Park at Garry May S . . Lewis and Clark at Garry May ll .... Rogers at Garry May 15 ..... Gonzaga at Gonzaga May 18 ..... VVesl Valley at VVest Valley May 20 . . Sliadle Park at Gonzaga University Above right: Mike Williams, Bob Fanning and Harvey Luiten playing ' in a "pepper game." Below right: Bob Fahning slides' into the tag by Marty O'Brien as Berry Davison upmpires. 9 H.. ,. Q S-. JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK-Front row. Harold Walker, B111 Steg, Clyde Kruger, John Coffey, Ken Johnson, Marvin Henthorn, Ron Harris, Russell Harris and Bill Davis. Second row: Robert Bingham, Ron Smith, Ron Hildahl, Gene Coffey, Delmer Adams, Roger McMacken, Phil Roger, David Mingo, Eric Wolters and Harold Beard. Third row: Chuck Janus- cheitis, Jim Burk, Mickey Carney, Bob Sletten, Thad Roberts, Bruce Willoughby, Bill Lockridge, Ron Hawkins, Stan Casperson and Jerome Jackson. cmdaz Wmadfq 77464 uFrequent advancements with ease from jun- ior varsity to varsity provide jayvee trackmen with immediate recognition or improvement," said Burrill Exley, head track coach. "Track is different from other sports in that these changes are often made and the team rosters are in no way established or settled. "lt is for this reason that the boys pictured on this page may not all be junior varsity track- meng and certainly the boys in the action shots are not." Va rsiiy Track Schedule April 10 , , . Shadle Park at Shaclle Park April 15 . . . . Rogers at North Central :Xpril 17 . . . Gonzaga at North Cential .-Xpril 24 . . Central Valley at North Central April 2? . ...., North Central Bye April 29 . . . . Lewis and Clark at 1-lart May 1 , . NVcst Valley at North Central May S . ..... Districtat Hart May 15 . . Tri-llistrict at Hart May 23 . . . State at Pullman Above left-Alan Balderson beats Clint Britt in a timed 220 yeard race in practice. Jim Moore is not far behind. Below left-Larry Fifield goes over the bar in practicing the pole vault, FRESHMAN TRACK-Front row: Everett Bears, Alton Hassell, Ralph Caballero, Jerry Watt, Jim Mead, Max Keiffer, Darrell Klukey, Bruce Wilson and Larry Baum. Back row: Pat McNe1ly, Jim Allen, Dick Her- ron, Gary Pleasant, Jim Cyr, Lynn Dalziel, Lonnie Yancey and Jack Bradford. ?ze46mcm 'wack "YVe have good first-line performers," said Dale Blair, frosh track coach, "but lack depth. We opened our season, however, with an easy 50-36 win over Lewis and Clark." Top freshman trackmen, according to Coach Blair, Were: Jerry YVatt, sprintsg Larry Baum, sprints and high juinpg Dick Herron, hurdles and pole vault, Jim Delameter, 660, Lynn Dal- ziel, pole vault, and Bruce Wilsoii, shot-put. April April April May May May May 13 Z0 27 6 13 19 20 . . . . . . . . All-City at Shadle Frosh Track Schedule . . Levis and Clark at Hart . . Shaclle Park at NC . . . . XYcsl Valley at NYV . . . . . . Rogers at Rogers . . . . . . . Gonzaga at NC 5 . ,Xll-City l'rclivninaries at Shadie as ,wr Above right-Dick Herron runs the high hurdles in a practice session. Below right-Larry Baum takes a turn at the high jump. GIRLS GOLF-First row: Karol McGaw, Georgeanne Jackman, Gerry Feather- ly, Sue Breeden, Sharon Riley, Bonnie Johnson. Second row: Carmen Noel, Gail Gladder, Sharron Stern, Sandra McCaughan, Lynn Stenhouse, rt' For the first time in several years, the North Centi anotll for tl Tk years, the girls worked hard and have shown progress under the direction of Neil Christian, golf instructor at Esmeralda, and Miss Carol l-lout Ev eithe they Int fall a accor the c all-ci Su ing manz Upper Breede Karen McKibbin, Miss Houck. " Qdzfc ' golf ?al girls' golf team yielded first place to ter high school. Shadle Park defeated them ie city championship. tough fewer in number than in previous zk, faculty director. ery Tuesday and Thursday, the girls went r to Highbridge or to Esmeralda where practiced to improve their strokes. Qramural tournaments are held in both the gg my nd spring season. The players were ranked ding to the outcome of these matches, and ,nes with the highest scores played in the ty golf tournament. e Breeden was the captain of the team dur- the fall season, and Gail Gladder was tger. right-Practicing for the tournament are Gerry Featherly, Susan n, Sharon Riley. Lower right-Miss Houck holds the flag as Gail Gladder demonstrates her putting during an afternoon practice. ympngmm -'--f-N.vMN.,,,WwfMA....-,r.M... WNWA. W., . . . GIRLS TENNIS TEAM First row Joanne Bolma Judy Ladwi Fal Captains Janice Baker Robin Gordon Spring Captains Sec ond row Jo Green Karen West Lola Walker Sandy Inman Cecelia Reuss Miss Pmkham Janet Piper Kathleen McDonald Sharon Witt Sandra Vincent Charlene Schmidt Thi d row Mary Engle Cheryl Nance Valerie Denton Linda Randall Linda Poulln Nancy Nethercutt Dorothy Bennett Judy Reuss Ifathx Luiten Shirley Sexson Fourth row Kay Ort Sharon Larson Christy Fackenthall Nancy Frank Betty Sears Sandy Gallemore Mary Galt Cheryl Huyser Colleen Zehm Bonme Anderson Barbara March 4 60054.42 Placing second in the all city fall tennis tournament, thc girls tennis team is piac ticing eveiy free minute to be ready lol thc touinamcnt this spring Fall competition was keen when the North Central racketeers began to 'ismash and lobl' in the single round-robin played with each of the four other high schools participating- Lewis and Clark, Rogers, Werst Valley and Central Valley. Fall semester co-captains were Joanne Bol- ma and Judy Ladwig. Robin Gordon and Janice Baker captained the spring team. The girls have practiced every Monday and VVednesday during period 6, after school and "bright and early" on many Saturday mornings. Recording the scores of the practice sets and ranking the players accordingly were Cecelia Reuss, manager, and Janet Piper, assistant manager. Practicing their returns are Joanne Bolma, upper right, and Janice Baker, lower left. SONG AND YELL LEADERS Lyle Carstens Linda Pouhn Nancy Nethercutt, Sharon Witt, Jo Green, Lola Walker. , 1 Evidencecl by their enthusiasm and hard Work, the North Central song and yell leaders typify the essence of school spirit. Sophomore girls are eligible to try out for songleader the first semester of each year. From among those who try out, ten or eleven are chosen to be members of the songleading class the second semester. In this class they are taught all the school songs and yells by the veteran songleaders. Toward the end of the school year, there is a final tryout when five girls are chosen to be song- leaders for the next two years. Those who do not make songleader auto- matically become Red Feathers, an equally important honor. Marching tryouts for the position SONG A.ND YELL LEADERS-Gail Gladder, Georgeanne Jackman, Gerry Featherly. Linda Ayers, Terry Palmer, Bill Deloney of Color Guard are held among the unior Red Feathers in the spring. Two girls are chosen on the basis of height, marching ability and over-all participation in Red Feathers. The girls, together with the two boys who also serve as color guards, lead the marching units in parades and stunts. Miss Pinkhain, head of the girls' physical education department, is re- tiring this year after 39 years of dedi- cated service to the girls of North Cen- tral. In the years she has been here, she has had as her goal not only the coach- ing of the girls in various sports and dances, but the forming of good health habits and manners. In a Word she has helped in developing them into young ladies. COLOR GUARDS-Karen West, Alice Akan First row: Lynn Buroker, Dorothy Bennett, Donna Jacobson, Jennifer Eacho, Sonja Nelson, Janifer Gerl, Judy Conklin, Diane Roth- well, Joanne Bolnia, Janet Johnson, Joyann Obde, Second row: Cecelia Reuss, Ginny Brookman, Alice Bacon, Carol Peterson, Karen Wirsh, Nancy Nakagawa, Doris Knowles, Arlyne Ferguson, Julie VVarfield, Nancy Gaspard, Paula Heyer, Jo Storch, Christy Facken- thall. Third row: Mary Engle, Judith Smith, Sandra Inman, Freda Brown, Diane Steckling, Sue Helsby, Patsy Platt, Gerry Liven- good, Nancy Noonan, Julia Kyle, Kay Gausman, Carol Quarles, Sidney Pruitt, Bev Stradley. Fourth row: Kathleen McDonald, Carol Piper, Jean Featherstone, Kathy Jensen, Kathryn Witt, Lynne Larson, Sandra Gallernore, Deanda Sylte, Deanna Sylte, Roberta Burdick, Ardyth Anderson, Janet Piper, Suc Nelson, Enid Norby. Fall Officers-First row: Deecly Gerl, secretary, Jackie McCoy, chair- man, Julie Kyle, sergeant at arms. Second row: Pam Fouts, historian: Jo Storch, sergeant at arms, 202 Zed "Come on you Indians . . . U The cheers of one hundred Red Feathers resound as the Indian team moves down the field. Dressed in their sparkling white uniforms trimmed with red, this distinctive marching unit has attained a fame of its own throughout the years. Formed twenty years ago by Elsa Pinkham, who is still its director, the group has been a lasting tradition. Twice each year tryouts are held for junior and senior girls. Members are chosen for marching and dancing abil- ity, grade average and participation in activities of the physical education de- partment. The girls perform before Miss Pinkham and the Red Feathers officers. This organized cheering section is the backbone at North Central's sport- First row: Jeanette Vollert, Lynne Winnington, Carol Toll, Vicki Read, Joanne Johnson, Pam Fouts, Betty Sears, Jackie McCoy-, Doris Clutter, Pat Callahan, Jackie Stone. Second row: Phyllis LaBarge, Sandy Thompson, Delores Reinbold, Susan Breeden, Karen Crosbie Betty Hilpert, Kathy Saccomanno, Nancy Freeman, Jan Overhauser, Ann Sanne, Rita Franz, Mary Alyce Hobbs, Joyce Hauschild. Third row: Ruth Olsen, Collen Wood, Maureen Aiken, Sharyn Fleenor, Nancy Frank, Stevie York, Judy McKay, Janet Gleason, Gail Adams Betty Helbig, Annie Blossom, Marjorie Harris, Pam Gorremans, Carrie Unger, Judy Reuss, Linda Sorte. Fourth row: Star Fahlman Sue Scotti, Pat Bostrom, Judy Bickerstaff, Tarrie Hunt, Sharron Stern, Bonnie Raney, Carole Peterson, Sharon Mills, Bonnie Under- dahl, Judy Whittier, Sandee Laughlin, Janet Hopper, Karen Coleman, Karen Moore. 7eal!5ez4 ing events. Red Feathers demonstrate their ability in stunts and parades. Their school spirit, that indefinable feeling, inspires them to give their all for the Red and Black. Interest in supporting North Cen- tralls sports events is advanced by the Red Feathers ticket selling contest to choose football and spring sports prin- cesses. A student body vote makes the final decision. Marching into the stadium as the band plays, singing "Red and Black" after a close victory, screaming "hip hip hurray" when a hook shot sinks through the hoop, taking part in the Wenatcliee Apple Blossom Festival, and best of all, knowing and associat- ing With girls who truly love North Central has given each Red Feather an abundance of happy memories. Spring Officers-Sonie Nelson, sergeant at arms: Joanne Bolrna, historian Carol Quarles, chairman, Mary Engle, secretary: Nancy Nakagawa, sergeant at arms. 203 K COLOR GIRLS-First row: Elizabeth McNamee, Kathy Sanders, Catherine Perry, JoAnn Charbonneau, Naomi Gray, Judy Carter, Connie McSpadden, Sandra Somerville, Sherri Miller. Second row: Marlys Gorrell, Susan Buery, Sharlene Challender, Linda Roper, Merrilie Nevdahl, Patty Person, Cleosa Wilkerson, Sherrie Hayaski, Gloria Riediger, Linda Gaspard, Mary Jo Couch. Third row: Mary Mullenix, Barbara Hatch, Marilyn Weishaar, Jean Mueller, Linda Headstrom, Louise Erickson, Kathy Lareva, Maralee Haynes, Max- ine Vlloodward, Elaine Cannata, Kathy Santorosola, Nancy Patterson. Fourth row: Thelma Olson, Mar- jorie Tracy, Judy Hensel, Paulette Broesch, Nikki Deatherage, Bev Thompson, Judy Ross, Teresa Merrick, Rose White, Pam Eakins. FALL OFFICERS-Back row: Marjorie Tracy, sergeant at armsg Sharon Larson, historian: Cheryl Nance, sergeant at arms. Front row: Sharon Riley, secretary: Marlys Gorrell, chairman. 204 'Z Color girls, which had its beginning in 1930 with 20 freshman and soph- omore girls, has now increased its membership to 80 to become the third largest marching unit at North Cen- tral. The girls, who make a striking pic- ture in their deep red sweaters with arrowhead emblems, black skirts and spotless white shoes, promote ticket sales, partake in fund-raising, char- itable projects and participate in foot- ball half-time stunts and parades. ln order to try out, the girls must be active in the girls' physical education department and have C grades or better. Each semester, tryouts are held to select new members, Miss Barbara Simpson, director, and the Color Girl officers act as judges as the girls go COLOR GIRLS-First row: Shirley Haegele, Cheryl Nance, Patty Johnson, Kay Anderson, Kathy Leingang, Judy McCauley, Diana Montoya, Frances Bayley, Diane Francis, Second row: Linda Warren, Judi Naccarato, Roxanna Byers, Valerie Denton, Mary Lou Frem- stad, Hannelore Marten, Frances Vollert, Sherry Hindman, Donna Schaber, Sandra Bowen, Diane Thomas. Third row: Cathy Prihar, Carol Frucci, Sharon Larson, Carol Mascher, Jackie Ivey, Sharon Riley, Carol Hutchings, Judy Bartleson, Lois Ellis, Marcia Dungen. Fourth row: Joyce Greenwood, Susan Mueller, Sandra Hayward, Sarah Duke, Joyce Henslee, Nikki Nelson, Sharon Kimberling, Virginia Johnson, Karen Loutherback, Mabel Hunter, Bev Chrysler. I through routine marching drills and dance steps. They are judged on the basis of attendance, health, co-opera- tion in school activities and good cit- izenship. Incoming freshmen nomi- nated by their grade school teachers and their principal, are received di- rectly into the organization. The Color Girl officers are elected each semester from among their soph- omores. A banquet is held at the end of the first semester to install the new officers and to introduce the new members. This year the Color Girls performed in two half-time stunts with the Red Feathers at the stadium during foot- ball season. The aim of the group is to develop each girl physically, mentally and so- cially. SPRING OFFICERS-Back row: Maxine Woodward, sergeant at arms: Beverly Chrysler, historiang Patty Person, sergeant at arms. Front row: Paulette Broesch secretary, Marjorie Tracy, chairman. 205 WINNING BASKETBALL TEAM-First row: Betty Sears, Sandy Gallemore, Bonnie Underdahl, Sandee Laughlin, Sally Liere, Linda Randall. Second row: Julie Warfield, Linda Ayers, April Thompson, Nancy Gaspard, Karen Moore, Janice Baker, Pam Gorremans. gale' Zaedetlcdl Eight teams participated in the basketball tourney during the months of November and December. The teams, two from each class, met after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. One- hundred fifteen girls played ball. "junior Dis," co-captained by Bonnie Under- dahl and Linda Ayers, Won the tournament. The "D's" suffered only one defeat. The "Rice Chicksf' a freshman team, was the second-place Winner, The remaining six. teams Were: Nottie Nine, and the Senior B, both Senior teamsg Oddities, Juniorsg Redskins, and the Sophomore Sophisti- cates, Sophomoresg Spinets, Freshman. Managers for the games were Evelyn Well- house, Star Fahlman and Enid Norby. All-activity points were awarded according to the number of games in which the girls partici- pated. Gym make-ups were also given. Five girls collide as they reach for the ball in a tense basketball game. 206 WINNING TEAM-First row: Eve1yn.We11houser, Sally Liere, Sarah Duke, Pat Wellhouser, Sandy Gallemore. Second row: Kay Worthington, Kay Gausman, Louise Erickson, Karen Carter, Bonnie Anderson. gm' vfazeeydaez A new type of volleyball-Wildcat-was played in this year's tournament. In Wildcat volleyball the ball can bounce once on each side of the court after each serve without it being held against the team. The only catch is that the ball may be hit with just one hand. Six teams participated in the fall tourney. Games were played after school in the old gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Two practice ses- sions, one for juniors and seniors and the other for freshmen and sophomores, were held pre- ceding the regular season. The Little Indians, captained by Shirley Sexon, and the Spacettes, captained by Connie Ingebritson, tied for first-place honors. Each of the teams won five games and lost one. Miss Simpson and Miss Houck, the advisers, refereed. Marion I-Iumphries also refereed. Kay Worthington and Sally Liere watch expectantly as Joyce Henslee prepares to volley the ball. 207 AFTER-SCHOOL SWIMMING-First row: Margaret Butler, Mary Marston, Cherry Clapp, Carol Mascher, Linda Warren, Nikki Nelson, Velma Jean Hogan, Wilma Stinson. Second row: Linda Durbin, Joanne Foster, Bonnie Anderson, Nancy Hoering, Karen Welch, Laurie Jones, Frances Hawk. Third row: Judy Belieu, Mary Jo Couch, Diane Thomas, Joyce Henslee, co- chairmang Marilyn Nyberg, co-chairmang Roberta Whitt, Sharlene Challender, Sherri Miller. I 6 Free swims, races and Red Cross begin- ning, intermediate and advanced tests high- lighted afternoons of swimming for over 100 girls who turned out on Mondays through- out the year. Perfecting numerous strokes and passing the Red Cross swim tests were the main ob- jectives of this girls' after-school swimming group, under the direction of Miss Elsa Pinkham, physical education department head. Advanced and beginning swimmers alike were urged to turn out and learn the prin- cipal rules of water safety and how to be- come a "top swimmer." All-activity points, to go toward an all- activity shield and stars, and gym make-ups for each time a girl turned out, were award- ed to girls who took part in this after-school sport regularly. Performing a front Jack-Knife' is Mary Jo Couch were Chai!-Inen Joyce I-lenslee and Marilyn Nyberg. 2I2 WINNING TEAM-First row: Evelyn. Wellhouser, Sally Liere, Sarah Duke, Pat Wellhouser, Sandy Gallemore. Second row: Ka5 Worthington, Kay Gausman, Louise Erickson, Karen Carter, Bonnie Anderson. Qdzla' Walfegfczll A new type of volleyball-Wildcat-was played in this year's tournament. ln Wildcat volleyball the ball can bounce once on each side of the court after each serve without it being held against the team. The only catch is that the ball may be hit with just one hand. Six teams participated in the fall tourney. Games were played after school in the old gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Two practice ses- sions, one for juniors and seniors and the other for freshmen and sophomores, were held pre- ceding the regular season. The Little Indians, captained by Shirley Sexon, and the Spacettes, captained by Connie Ingebritson, tied for first-place honors. Each of the teams won five games and lost one. Miss Simpson and Miss Houck, the advisers, refereed. Marion Humphries also refereed. Kay Worthington and Sally Liere watch expectantly as Joyce Henslee prepares to volley the ball. 207 8 JH 4 an V -' ' - , ' U as 4 .- , s 1' ,sa , ' 5 J, . V i.Y.f,,a V. A , : I 5 , ii t 13 , aff . J "h ' , , BADMINTON-First row: Ginger Eacho, Bonnie Anderson, Janice Baker, Sharon Hindman, Robbin Gordon. Second row: Sandra Gallemore, Betty Sears, Jackie McCoy, Carol Quarles, Kathy McDonald, Third row: Linda Randall, Mary Jo Couch, Tamara Kim- pel, Nancy I-Ioering. 'gacfmchloa i'Woocl" echoes the familiar ring of the ref- erees in girls' intramural badminton tourneys! Over 46 girls turned out for the doubles tour- nament after school. Robbin Gordon and Gin- ger Eacho took first place by defeating Janice Baker and Linda Randall. Thirty girls, meeting before school, played for the junior-senior singles title. It was won by Janice Baker who defeated Robbin Gordon and the other finalists, Bonnie Underdahl and Linda Randall. Consolation doubles were won by Julia Kyle and Kathy McDonald who defeated Judy Smith and Bonnie Underdahl. The singles title went lo Sherry Hindman who defeated Carol Quarles. Miss Barbara Simpson coached doubles and Miss Elsa Pinkham supervised singles. Winner of doubles championship were' Robbin Gordon and Ginger Eacho. 208 GIRLS SOFTBALL-First row: Sally Liere, Sandra Gallemore, Jackie Stone, Bonnie Raney, Evelyn Wellhouser, Shirley Sexson, Pen- nie Lane, Judy Bizier, Linda Ayers, Bonnie Underdahl, Carol Pilger. Second row: Margaret Duke, Lennie Husen, Pam Gorremans, Karen Moore, Sherrie Hindman, Robin Gordon, Sandra Rudy, Cheryl Nance, Marge Flint, Kay Anderson, JoAnn Stapleton. Third row: Frances Hawk, Yulene Campbell, Pat Belair, Nancy Hoering, Marilyn Nyberg, Betty Gamon, Karen Carter, Joycei Henslee, Lois Ellis, Judy Bennett, Pat Wellhouser, Carole Hay. chic' 54675435 "Strike three-you're out!" Six teams of girl softball players lllCt every Tuesday and Thursday morning before school to play a single round robin of softball, or five games. The girls met on Kennedy Field at 7:30 a.1n. and played until 8:15 a.m. Bliss Barbara Simpson, supervisor, kept three diamonds busy at once. The thirty-four girls who turned out this spring were trained to umpire their own games. In May, girls turned out for the ann ual intra- mural track meet. All girls were urged to par- ticipate. Events included the shot-put, broad jump, high jump, 50-yard dash, 75-yard dash, 220-yard dash, 370-yard dash, and baseball and basketball throws for distance. "Safe" calls umpire Judy Bennett as catcher Shirley Sexson tries to tag Pennie Lane on homeplate. 209 ICE SKATING-First row: Gerry Featherly, Judy Hensel, Barbara Stemmer, Marilyn Nyberg, Mary Galt, Starr Fahlman, Sharon LaF1am, Virginia Brookman, Karol McGaw, Bette Bailie, Sharyl Burgeson, Kathy Santorsola. Second row: Judy Gustafson, Lynn Stenhouse, Linda Randall, Allison Airey, Martin Wilson, Robert Hall, Don Sprague, Ron Becker, Gary Lawton, Jim Gates, Carol Bursch, Joyce Henslee, Karen Hedge, Sandra Vincent. Third row: Judy Swanson, Loretta Hartman, Linda Bradbury, Barbara Lingle, Mary Jo Couch, Miss Simpson, Miss Pinkham, Kay Ort, Michelle DeTroy, Sandra Spear, Karen Coleman, Janice Baker, Lonna Ogle, Mary Nelson, Karen Stevens. 7ce ' HFigure skating is ballet on a fast bladef, Seventy-seven boys and girls attended the Wednesday, period six and after-school ice- skating class, held in the Coliseum from Oc- tober through February. Miss Elsa Pinkhani was adviser to the group. Barbara Lingle a11d Martin WllSOll, seniors were co-chairmen. t During the lessons, the beginning skaters are taught such preliminary dances as the canasta, the Dutch Waltz, and the fiesta tangog school figures, such as edges, figure eights, three turns, and the Mohawkg and free skating including one and two-foot W, s spins, spirals, and the waltz jump. The ad- vanced skaters work on school figures for the form in an ace stop. first eight figure tests, and free skating for jumps, spins and stroking. Gerry Featherly and Ron Becker show good ZIO HORSEBACK RIDING--First row: Donna Schilling, Miss Simpson, Judy Maughan, Linda Bradbury, Sarah Duke, Yulene Campbell, Laurie Thompson, Linda Pace, Linda Durbin, Nancy Monohon, Barbara Maughan, Joyce Tollefson, Second row: Evelyn Wellhouser, Pat Wellhouser, Carole Hay, Sandra Donohue, Joan Rohrback, Kathy O'Keefe, Marilee Ruby, Carol McLellan. - ' - Qfazaefack fiafdag i The learning of good "horse sense" and proper equestrian etiquette are among many advantages enjoyed by the boys and girls who turn out for horseback riding. Thirty-nine students participated in after- scliool riding every Thursday, weather per- mitting. Each time they Went riding, they took a new and different trail. Miss Simpson, faculty adviser, transported the "riders" to and from the riding stables in the Indian Wagon. Evelyn Wellhouser, junior, assisted Miss Simpson. All-activity points toward shields and stars were awarded on the basis of the number of hours of riding. Many of the girls found that horseback riding was not only an excel- I - 1 N , S . , . Riding the trail are Evelyn Wellhouser, Pat Wellhouser, lent exercise and an enjoyable experience, Donna scheming, Judy Maman, Kathy but a satisfactory way to earn gym make-ups. O'Kee'fe, Joyce Tollefson. 2Il if x F Lrf AFTEWSCHOOL SW'N'M'NG-First POW: Ma1'gHI'ef Butler, Mary Marston, Cherry Clapp, Carol Mascher, Linda Warren, Nikki Nelson, Velma Jean Hogan, Wilma Stinson. Second row: Linda Durbin, Joanne Foster, Bonnie Anderson, Nancy Hoering, Karen Welch, Laurie Jones, Frances Hawk. Third row: Judy Belieu, Mary Jo Couch, Diane Thomas, Joyce Henslee, co- chairmang Marilyn Nyberg, co-chairmang Roberta Whitt, Sharlene Challender, Sherri Miller. ' we Free swims, races and Red Cross begin- ning, intermediate and advanced tests high- lighted afternoons of swimming for over 100 girls who turned out on Mondays through- out the year. Perfecting numerous strokes and passing the Red Cross swim tests were the main ob- jectives of this girls' after-school swimming group, under the direction of Miss Elsa Pinkham, physical education department head. Advanced and beginning swimmers alike were urged to turn out and learn the prin- M cipal rules of water safety and how to be- come a "top swimmer." All-activity points, to go toward an all- activity shield and stars, and gym make-ups for each time a girl turned out, were award- ed to girls who took Part in this after-school sport regularly. Performing a front Jack-Knife' is Mary Jo Couch Helping Miss Pinkham were chairmen Joyce I-Ienslee and Marilyn Nyberg. 2I2 BOWLING-First row: Larry Mellgren, Pinsplittersg Doris Pfeiffer, Pinspotters: Frances Hawk, Winehahasg Ron Wirsch, Pinsplitters, Second row: Cathy Prihar, Pinspottersg Larry Varner, Pinbusters: Don Davis, Pinbustersg Bev Thompson, Pinspotters. gow ing A'Keep 'em rolling." For the past three years, North Central junior bowlers have been occupying the 24 lanes at North Bowl in league competition on Thurs- days, under the direction of Miss Pat Damon, Mrs. Ruth Coon and Raymond Simonson. Beginning and advanced bowlers alike are eligible to compete in one of the three leagues- one boys' group and two girls' groups. Member- ship in the American Junior Bowling Congress, which is required, gives each member a chance to win awards for outstanding performances during the season. Trophies are awarded at the end of the year to the winning team of each league and to the high-series girl and boy. Match games were rolled with teams from Shadle and Rogers and with women teachers from North Central. The girls walked off with the honors in the Rogers match, and split the games bowled with the teachers. Shadle was for defeated by the North Central boys in a home- average man of the season, and-home match. Showing good form is Dick Hoering, high 2I3 Cold advertising type placed in the form an the male:-up stone by the pifinteifs liand caines "alive" as the ink is transinitzfed to the publications page. Adveifisiiig in the Taniaifack benefits the business inan because of its pewnanence and because the student is a potential purchaser now and in the future. 'Wk M4 X ,ff Q. X f X Mr. Edward Sly of the Spokane American Engraving Company explains the newest etching process and equipment to Judy Pilant, Ruth Olsen, Cecelia Reuss, and Bill Bailey. 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Kenny's Shell Station .... Kinman Business University . Lawton Printing Co. . . . . Lloyd's Eskimode .... Lockwood Studio . . Mac's 7-Mile Stables . Morlan Sporting Goods North Bowl ..... Panda Drive-In . . . Parrish Sa Sells Florists Pattison's Rollercade .... Peirone Produce ...... J. Poulin Co. ....... . Sacred Heart School of Nursing . St. Luke's School of Nursing . Sartori Jewelers, Inc ..... Schuleins ....... Scollard's Cleaners ..... Seattle-First National Bank . . Spokane American Engraving . Spokane Hotel ....... Squirt Nesbitt Co. .... . Stoddard-Wendle Boat Town . Washington Water Power Co. . Whitworth College .... Spokane Youth for Christ . 223 234 223 230 230 231 235 233 232 228 23.1 224 221 231 219 222 230 227 229 232 220 231 234 222 231 237 223 237 233 230 220 235 229 229 234 221 234 221 226 222 232 231 225 235 213 233 233 237 220 223 232 237 A Aagard, Nancy Abbott, Sharon . Adams, Catherine . Adams, Delmer . . Adams, Gail .... , Adams, Howard Adams, Phil ...... Aiken, Maureen . . Aiken, Mike . . . Aikman, Art ...... Airey, Allison ..... Airey, Robert ............... Akan, Alice ..... 31 Akers, Gary ....... Albert, William Alberts, George Alberts, Tom . . . Albo, Ron ...... Ablrecht, Bobby . . . Albright, Carolyn . . Albright, Robert . . Alexieve, Marie . . . Alkire, Dennis . . Allen, Gene ..... Allen, Gordon . . . Allen, James . . Allen, J errilyn . . Allen, Lois ....... Allen, Ronald ...... Allison, Miss Muriel . . Allwardt, Judy .... Ambrose, Mr. Tom . Amenrud, Ronald .......... Anderson, Ardyth . . Anderson, Bonita . . . Anderson, Charles . . ............ 32, Anderson, Craig .................. Anderson, David Norman ...... 32,115 Anderson, David William . . Anderson, Dorine ....... Anderson, Duane .... Anderson, Gary . . Anderson, Jean . . . Anderson, Judy . . . Anderson, Kay ..... Anderson, Lloyd ................. Anderson, Lucianne Anderson, Marian . . Anderson, Michael . . Anderson, Ron ...... Anderson, Stephen . . . Anderson, Susie ..... Anderson, Mr. Tom . . Ansbaugh, Eugene . Anstis, Carol Lee . . . Appel, Ruth ..... Aris, Dick ....... Armour, Gerald . . Arnett, Lucille . . . . Asmock, Dennis ..... ' .322 76,' 119: 134 Ashton, Lois ...... Atkinson, Gerald . . . Atwood, Bonnie . . . Atwood, Dana Atwood, Floyd . . Aubin, Frances . Aubin, Mike . . . Aubin, Patty .... Auer, Kenneth . . Auer, Sharon . Ault, Dale .... Ault, Gary .... . Ault, Meredith . Aune, Marie .... Austin, Charles . . . Austin, Lavern . Ayers, Linda Ayers, Paula . . . B Babcock, Carolyn . . . Babkirk, Donald . . Bacon, Alice .... Bacon, William . Bafaro, Ralph . . . Bagley, Richard . . . Bailey, Jay ..... Bailey, Mary .... Bailey, William Bailie, Bette .... . . . Bailie, William . , Baker, Mr. Art . . Baker, Cynthia Baker, Janice Balderson, Alan .... Baldwin, James . . . . Baldwin, Lamona . . Baldwin, Toni . . . . 238 .. ......... 31 . . .31, 127,135 .........94 .....97,194 ...31, 137, 203 . . .90, 181, 183 ........232 ....31,203 ......31 ............105,210 ......101 , 115, 117, 121, 125, 135, 138, 148, 201, 226 ....95,152, 168 .........9O,176 ....31,128,139,176 .............a4 ......31 .......97 .....31,131 ......182,183 ........96,178 ....102,169,195 ..........86 .....101 ...20,91 ....94 ...........137 .......100 ......31,127,131,202 .100, 199, 207, 208, 212 168 .104 ,223 . ........ 32 .......90 . ...103,168 ....32,169 ...........32,133 ................64 .95, 113, 123, 204, 209 .32 ...........87,127 .98 ........105 .......97,169 . . .97, 184, 190 ........104 .....20,98 .....100 .......32 .....32,166 ..............96 105131,166 ,150 .....,..........99 ......99 ....94178 .....101 .. .96 .. .98 .....102 .91 ....93166 11132112 .87, 23, 127, 151 206 .32 ...33, 154 ...87, 126 .30, 33, 112, 115, ,138 120, 145, 146, 147, 176, ...........98, ...........33, 85 122 134136 1 . 33 . 102 . 104 . 32 . 98 . 96 166 . 96 . 91 201 209 . 99 129 169 202 . 33 218 210 154 155 102 199 ' ' 206, 208, 210 .33, 139, 192, 193, 194 ...33 INDEX Ball, Jerald . . .....94 Ball, Roger ..... ...... 9 3 Ballo, Dennis . . . ...... . .33 Barckert, Gary . . . .... 33, 128 Bare, Ted ......... ...... 3 3 Barker, Dorothy ..... .... 3 3, 166 Barnard, Mr. Robert . . . . . . 18, 130 Barnes, Mrs. Lillian . . ..... 23, 84 Barnes, Maureen . . . ....... . .87 Barnes, Roberta . .... 86, 123, 167 Barrett, Janis .... .......... 1 05 Barrow, Joseph .... .... 3 3, 129, 193 Barrows, Charles . . . ....... . .33 Bartlet, Norma ..... ....... 1 05 Barthule, Shirley . . . . . . . .85 Bartleson, Judith . . . . . . .204 Bartlett, Sandra . . ...... 99 Barton, Patricia . . ........ 85 Basinger, Don . . . . .105, 139 Basinger, Larry . . ...... 90 Bass, Charles . . .... 94, 190 Bassett, Robert . . . ..... 105,191 Bassett, Rickijean . . .... 87, 133, 160 Battin, Nancy ......... ......... 8 7 Battin, William ................... 100 Baum, Larry ............... 102, 185, 195 Baumgartner, Mrs. Marilee .......,... 15 Bayley, Frances ..... ..... . . . Bean, Roger ............ . . . Beard, Harold . . Beard, Sandra . . . Beaton, George .... Beaver, Mrs. Helen Beavers, Sandra . . . Beck, Kaye ...... Becker, Darlene . . Becker, Gerry . . Becker, Jerry . . . Becker, Larry . . , Becker, Ronald . . Beers, Everett . . Beers, James ..... Belair, Patricia . . . Belden, Michael .. Belieu, Judith .... Bell, Keith ........ . Bell, Robert ........ Bell, Robert Gerald Bell, Ronald ....... . Benefield, Joseph . . . Benn, Thomas .... Benn, Vicki .... Bennett, Bonnie . . Bennett, Dorothy .... Bennett, Judith . .... . . Bennett, Mr. Lowry Benshoof, Karen . . . ...... . . . . Benway, Judson . . Benway, Shirley . . . Bergfalk, lvlarna . . . Berglund, Gordia . . Bergstrom. Lee . . Betts, Fred ...... Bickerstaff, Judy . . Biegler, Ronald . . Bierig, Juanita . . . Bierig, Morris . . Biesen, Roger . . . Biggs, Michael .. Bigham, Robert . . Bill, Gerald ..... Bilyeu, Sandra Bingaman, Roy Birge, Beverly Bischoff, Steve Bishop, David Bishop, Donald . . . Bishop, Richard . . Bisset, Stephen . . Bizier, Judy . . . Bjorklund, Esse ..... 35, 110, 111, Black, James .... Black, John ...... Blackwell, Brenda . . . . . . . Blair, Mr. Dale ..... Blair, Vern ...... Blake, John ..... .92,,204 .85,196 ....95,194 ......33 ......34 .. .... 23,84 .....90 ...95 ...34 ...34 ...34, 77, 79,210 ......104,195 .....100,169 ...100,209 ........34 ....92,212 .....34 ........85 .. .... 91,177 .....92 ....100 .. 106,168 .......101 ........86199,202 34, 78, 114 127,209 .........14, 146,174 .....34 ....91,169, 178,190 .....101,139 ....94 178,184 .34,203 ........34 ....103 ...98 ....102 ......93 ....93,194 ........99 .......34,153 ...........105 ...34, 139 177,193 ..........103 .......87,123,126,209 135,139, 145,150,168,192,193 .........100,185,191 .......103,185,191 100,132 ....19,174,186 Blake, Kathleen .... . Bland, Mr. Robert Blessing, Joyce ................ Bloomquist, Priscilla ........... Blossom, Annie , . . . . . . Blystone, Art ...... .......... Bobb, Delana . . . Boesche, Karen . . Boies, Robert . . . Boles, Sharon . . .....35 ........35 .....99 ..........16,139 .91,138 ,....93 15,35,138, 144,203 .....95 ...91 .....35 ...35,112 Bolma, Joanne . . . . . .35, Bonser, Susan . Book, Bill ....... Book, Connie ..... Borden, Rozanne . . Bostrom, Patricia . . Bowen, Sandra . . Bowers, Karen . . . Bowman, Barry . . . Bowman, William . . . Boyd, Ken ....... . . Bradbury, Linda .... . . . Bradford, Jack ........ Bradford, Mr. Lowell 135,154,199,202 ....35 .....90 ......105 ...35,203 ...98,204 .....87 ....35 ........35 ..........105 ....94, 210, 211 .104,150,179,195 ......15,22,119,144 Bradshaw, Elana ..... ........... 9 2 Brady, Caroline ..... . . . . .104 Brady, Jerry ........ .... 8 6 Brahams, Louise ....... ........... 9 5 Brandenburg, Virginia .............. 219 Braun, Jim ....................... 166 Breeden, Jerry ..... . .87, 123, 177, 193 Breeden, Susan ............. 86, 197, 203 Bremner, Keith .................... 35 Brenton,Michaelyn .... 19, 36, 115, 123, 1.25 131, 133, 136, 137, 160, 161 Brett, Joline ................... 36, 151 Briery, Gene . . .................. 85 Bright, Karwyn . . . , , . .36 Brinson, Dan ...................... 36 Briscoe, Mrs. Laura ............. 22, 128 Britt, Clint .... 36, 76, 110, 139, 145, 151, 181 182, 193, 194 Broadwell, Mr. Vern ............. 24, 85 Brockway, Bruce .... ......... 3 6 Broesch, Paulette . . .......... 97, 205 Bronowski, John ............ 36, 139, 177 Bronowski, Stan ................ 95, 132 Brookman, Virginia . .87, 134, 137, 202, 210 Brooks, Arell ..................... 103 Brooks, Loretta . . . . . Broom, Weldon . . . Brown Constance . . . 104 .' .' .Iss Brown: Dorothy . . ............... . . Brown, Brown, Freda ..... 25, Fred ......... Brower, Mike . . . . . . Brown, Gail ..... Brown, George . . . Brown, James .... Brown, Linda ....... Brown, Lonna ....... Brown, Mrs. Patricia . . Brown, Robert ..... Brownlow, Susan . Bruce, Carol ...... Bruce, Margaret . . . Bruck, James ..... Brunelle, Barbara . . . Brunelle, Kay .... Brunette, Charles ...... Brunette, Judy ...... .95 104 Bruya, Robert .... 37, 76, 123, 125, 132, 133 162 Bryson, Larry .... 37 ,1l2, 223 Buchan, Robert ........ Buchanan, Jim ........ Buck, Larry . . . Buery, Susan .... Buffington, Dee . . Bunch, J. Roger . . Burch, Charles . . Burch, Marilyn ...., Burchett, Donald ,... Burdick, Miss Mildred . . Burdick, Roberta ...... Burge, Lynn .... Burger, Clifford . . . Burger, Henry .... Burgeson, Sharyl . . Burgin, Bonnie . . Burk, J im ....... Burke, Jim ....... Burke, Lawrence .... Burkhardt, George . . Burnett, Gordon . . . . Burnside, Mary . . Buroker, Lynne . . .37 ,189 36 120 125 137 229 .36 129 s y v 1 .202, . . .101, 179, 185 .........101 .......105 ....90 .....96 .....36 ....23,85 ...36,154 .......98 ...36,126 ...36,126 .......194 ......36,153 ....91, 122,153 161, 132, 168, 169, ...........94 ....98,178,190 .........104 ....102,205 ......1o2 ........85 ......96,190 111137.15311 . 94 168 . . . . . . , 137 .37, 115, 132, 166 202 221 169 104 23 92, ...91, .....-.'...88 93,210 97,129 .....88 ....95 ...103 ....37 .37 . . .37, 1.26, 127, 1 , 146 167 202 166 Burris, Richard . . . .37, 77, 114, 133, 162, Burrows, Warren . . . . . . . Burtness, Byron ...... .37 Bursch, Carol .................. 95, 210 85 113 138 Buschbacher, Lorna . . . Bush, Ronald ....... Bussard, Sherman . . Butler, Alice .... . Butler, Margaret . . . Buxton, Joan .... Buxton, Judith . . Byers, Roxanna . Byrd, Carolyne . . ...37, .......91 ...37,133 .......102 ....103,212 ......228 .....96 ,..91,204 .....95 of , ' 430,222 0 ' I J Clk Ofgfgf ei W rare .. 1 , cg. 'T X as M10 P ' 0 L,.,,,2fQP GLSWJQ I V "'Vb'l-fu 1 2 0 A I 2 Yvsko cr-wx-9. 1 WTXCF' Byrnes, David .................... 1g0 Congdon, yron . . 39.39, 1l4, 192, ISQCEGYI, -Igqhrl Ii ---- A ------' ' - Byrnes, Terry . . . .............. 7 Conklin dy . . . , , 76, 1 1 5, , 10 ey, IHYLYI ---'----- - ' ' - - - - - - - Byrom, Donna . . . .... . . .104 izmggiiss, 12 g101IjI1H7HIi111IlIIEI3a6IQiIIIIIIIIi - - - -25 his -I-4232 1 202, 16 1C , . .... , 1 , Connors, Judith . . . ....... .39, 11 , 107 I 1741 lag C Cook, Jean ..... ...... II II. 133 DIIIIII6 135222106 - - - ------- - 21 Cook, John ....... .... , , I .... ..:f. ,.. ... Cook, Lawrence . . . ................ 89 D0dgefM1ke ------- - - 133851 173 Caballero, Ralph . . . .... 99 179, 195 Cook Maria I96 Doeleman, Kenny .... . .,, .. . .85 Cafaw. Ron ..--. ---- - 941 198 Cook, Mik Q ' ' ' I ' ' 1' ' ' ' 'I 'I 'I 'I 105 Doherty, Susanne ..... .... ' ,. . .88 cein, Darla ....... ...... .... 9 8 Cook.: Ric . ', '.'. '.102T1'20f 179, 185, 191 Donohue, Sandra . . . . . . . .,,41, 211 Caldwell, Randy - - ----..- ---- 9 3 Cooibaugh iq-57' 3 112 175 - . Downey, Barbara Jean . . ....... I. .87 Callahan, Daniel . . . ..... . ....... 105 Coon Mrs 'Ruth ' ' ' ' ' 10 9 Downey, Judy ........ ....... . 11,97 Callahan, Patricia . . . . . .87, 134 164, 203 Coopers Les I I I I """ ...I I'I I .- nga' ijdwin ,,..,,. . . .99, 169, 179 Calvert, Carol I .... ....... .... 8 7 Coopers Richard I I I ..-...' 85 P. der, Mar ' . . ..... 86, 138 Cameron, Phillip . . .......... 100 Corey Jerry I I I I l.....-..--..-- 104 Li... - 1 . . . . . . . . . .97 Campbell- Carl ' ' ' "" 37 Corkins Gary ..................... 39 ' de I ' 'l ----- ' ' ' '97 gamvgeiir gffife - - - - - iii,-fa? Corrigan, Janice ..... 39, 112, 126, 127, 128 gug1fefhR sam - - - - -ss lg ampe,on .... .. uey,o r .... .... , Campbe11,Sh1-H011 ---- 89 Cortner Bricker 17 39 1335 1552 Duffy, Dennis ........104 Campbell, Terry . . ......... 101 Cosby braig """"" ' 'I I I I75 Duffy, Nora . . . . . .41, 126, 136 Campbell, Yulene . .... 99, 209, 211 Cotter' Bonita """"""' "" I loo Duffy, Pete , . , . ........ 85, 118, 130 cenedy, Frank . . . ..... .... 9 5 Couch' Mer Jo ' ' 109' 160 209' 209 -2-10.212 Duke, Jim ....... ......... s 6, 139, 176 Cannata, Elaine . ,.... . .92 205 Coumiymag' Tersssa ' ' ' ' 39' 138 Duke, Margaret ................ 102,209 Carlson, Sharon . . . ......... .... 8 6 Counts Joycs """""" ' 94 Duke, Sarah .... .... 9 7, 138, 204, 207, 211 Carnahan, Alice ............... . . . .87 Couturg Joan """""""' 'l'll' 146 Duke, Wayne , . . . ......... .91, 139 Carney, Mickey ...... 37, 11.2, 115, 119 146 Couture' Jon ""' ' ' ' ' ' 39 Duncan, gaonnie . . ........... 175, 76, 194 Q ' ' ' """" Dungan, arcia .... ......... . , Carpenter, Deanna . . ......... .... 9 0 gggulgsgsggi ' ' """ Dunn, Michael .......... 41, 136, 176, 193 Carpenter, Gary . . . . . .16, 88, 122, 125 COZAMOI James' I I 196 Dunphy, Mrs. Gladys ........ . . . . . . .23 I 131, 137 Cozzetim Sharlene IAQ. ..... I I40 DuPree, Gary ....... ........... 1 01 Carper, Richard ..... .... . . .38 crsggeit James Pat 90 l92 DuPree, Glenn ..... .... 9 1, 198 Carroll, Jeanie ....... ...... 1 05 Crane H'ai,,,y ' ' "" ' 92 Dupree. James . - ----. 41. 191 Carroll, Miss Madeline ........... 23, 136 Crswfbrd Challiss' ' ' """ 40 DuPrie, Joseph . . ...... . . .101 Carson, Judy ............. . . . . 105, 122 Crews Barbara """' ' ' ' l03 Durbin, Linda . . .... 100, 211, 212 Carstens, Lyle ....... 87, 122, 123, 133, 160 Criss Arthur """"" ' ' ' 99 Dye, Shirley . . ....... . . .93 161' 1621200 Cronrath Raymondfruce ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .40 carter' Karen ' """ 103' 207' 209 Crosbie, Karen .... . . ' 203 Carter, Judl - - - ------ 931205 Crose, David ........... . . .95, 160 E Carter, Susan ..... ......... .... 9 5 crows Amis Pauline 91 Car'-1S0'NiCk01aS -- ---'--- 39-1211195 cunningham Robin " :I-.1291 Eacho, Jennifer ......... 87, 164, 202, 208 Cash, Linda Jo ...... ......... .... 3 8 Cunningham' Wiiliani' ' ' I I100 Eakins, Gary . . . ......... . . . .41 ceepereen, Stanley . . .38, 132, 139, 176, 194 Cusien Jean' ,,,..., . .' ', . .' .' ,' .' .'22, 40, 139 Eakins, Pamela . . . . . . . . . . .9s, 205 Casselman, Carol . . .............. 38 Cyn James .'.'I.-- I I Il02I 1l3I 179I 195 Eckbei-gI Robert I I I I I I I I42 Cassidy, David ..... ............ .2 0,38 Cyl. William I I I I90 EdburgI Linda I I I I I I I42I 127 Eesti-nina, llflarsaret - - .... 32 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Eddy, Roeeniery . . .... . .as ate, aw ine ---e ----- E d r, Linda ..... ..... 9 1 gate, 11If1aIiy Sue . . . . . III . igg D Ediix, Sandra ...... .... . .101 HVQ, U y ------- .-.. , E m n, Linn ..... .... 4 2, 131 Ceder, Terry ....... ...... 3 8, 112 Deniberg, Bonnie . . . . . .101 Egwgfjg Gordon ,,.,, I I I I I I I42 Challender, Sharlene .... 98, 205, 212 Dahs, RaNae ..... . . .103 Edwards Mary Anne I I ,,,,,, I I I42 Chamberlin, Richard . . ........ 105 Dalsanders, Bruce . . ..... 40 Egger Richard IIIIII IIIIII, I I101 Chambers, Eleen .... ........ 9 7 Daly, Clark ........ ...... 4 0, 132 Eickef.manI Linda I I I I I42I 163, 166 Chance, William ...... . . .88, 193 Dalziel, Diane ....... ........... E 1 if riaii I I I IIII I91I 109 Chandler, Mr. Charles .... ..... 2 0 Dalziefjiynn ......... .... 10 0, 1'69, 195 Elgoigfliialiry IIII IIII 9 5I 169 Chandler, Mrs. Dorothy . . . . . 16 Damon, Miss Patricia . . . . .15, 117, 153 Eilefsen Edward I I I I I I I I 100 Chaney, Douglas ....... .... 9 9 Daniels, Anita , ...... ........ 1 01 Elliott Egbert I I IIIIIIII 103 Chaplin, Carole ...... .... 3 8 Daniels, Sylvia ...... ....... 9 5 EiiisI Gail IIIIII IIII, IIIII 9 7 Chapman, Myrl ..... . . . .38 Danielsen, Betty Jo . . . . . . 40 El1isI Lois IIIIIII IIII 1 04I 204I 209 Chapman, Sterling . . ..... .89 Daratha, Gabriel . . . .... 98 Ellsworth James I I I I I I42I 113I 196 Chapman, Wanda .... . . ........ 99 Daschbach, Mary . . .... 90 Elsioi.iI Tom IIIIII IIIIIII I I42 Charbonneau, Jo Ann . . .... 100, 205 Dashiell, Darrell . . . .... 93 Emersom Richard I I I I I I I I I42 Charles, David ....... ...... 1 00 Daugherty, Karen .... ...... 8 7 EmOi0I Jimmy IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 00 Chattiigton, Larry . . . . . .38, l89 gaugherty, llllslgrsaret . . . .... 40, 19? Em0toI Tommy IIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I37 Chero e, George . . . . . .98, 78 aves, Mrs. e ine . . ........ IIII I I 24, 42 120 125 137I Chertude, Gary . . . . . .38 Davidson, Coline . . . .... 40, 112, 155 Engle' Mary ' , 199, 202 Chesrown, Judith . . . . .38 Davidson, Sharon . . ............. 87 English Mike IIIII IIIIIIIII I I I I I92 Chilton, Cala ...... . . .91, 132 Davis, Barbara . . .... 40, 133, 150, 167 Engstrom James I I I I I42I 112I 198 Choate, John ....... .... 1 05 169 Davis, Clifford .... ........ 1 03, 152 Enos Ilacauelyn IIII IIIIIIIII 4 2 Christensen, Barbara . . . . .38, 166 Davis, Dale ........ ....... 1 00, 179 EI.ic1QsOi,iI Bonnie I I I I I I I I I I03 Christensen, David . . . .... 105 Davis, Mr, Daniel . . . .......... 16, 99 Erickson Gary IIIII I I I I I91I 153 Christensen, Jeannie . . . . . .38 Davis, George Don . . ....... 96, 169, 213 Erickson' Kenneth I IIII I I I I I I90 Christensen, Suzanne . . . .105 Davis, Linda ..... .... 4 0, 163, 165, 167 Erickson' Louise IIIII I I I93I 205I 207 Christensen, Ronald . ......... i75 Davis, Mickey .... ........... 9 0, 123 Ericksoni Norman IIIII IIIIIIIII 42 Christian, Stephen . . . ............ 00 Davis, Raymond . . ............... . - I ii I I I I I I I I21 86 cnrieiiieb, Fred ..... ............. 1 68 Davis, Richard . . .............. 94, 167 I I IIII 42I '167 Chrysler, Beverly . . . . .95, 122, 123, 204 Davis, Robert . . . . .40, 111, 118, 124, 168 Ertz lshyllis IIIIIII I I I I I I I Igg Cial1el1a,Al1a Jean . . ......... 92, 166 Davis, Wiuiem . . ............ 94, 194 Erwin Ron I I I I I I I 51I 168 giallellakglgdet . . . ....... ss. gavisoIiI1I,IBergy ..... .... 9 9, 179, Evans Albert I I I I I I I I 100 aeson, oer . , ean, war ....... ........ , - Claflin, Patricia . . . . . .38 De Andre, Mrs. Lelia . . . .......... 155 331 IIIII I I I IgG, 176 Clapp, Cherry . . . . .97, 212 Deatherage, Nikki . . . .... 98, 205 Evans Sharon I I I I I I I I I 100 Clapp, Richard . . . . . .86 DeChenne, Donna . , ...... 97 Evans sharon IIIII IIII I I I I I105 Clark, Annette . . . . .88, 122 DeChenne, Kay .... - . - -40 El,-e1andI Darlyne I I I I , I , I I , ,88, 131 Clark, Loren . . . . . .88 DeChene, Vern ...... .... 9 3 Ewell Sharon IIIIII IIIIIIIIII 4 3I 166 Clark, Richard . . . .... . . .39 Decker, Charles Ed . . . . . .102 Exley Mis Burrill I I I I I I1gI 99I 1g6I 192 Clark, Robert .... .......... 1 01 Deering, Nancy .... -.-- 9 4 ' Clayton, Carrie ..... .... 9 0, 131 138 DeLage, Janelle ..., ...... 9 3 Clayton, George ....,. .... . 39 131 Delameter, James . . . . . .14, 99 F Clellan, Rodney ....... ....... 2 29 Delange, Don ..... . . .105 ' I Clemenson, Nancy Jo . . ...... .... 9 9 DeLauder, John . . . ..... , .99 Fackenthall, Ch!'1Sty . - - -37, 199, 202 Cliff, Dennis ....... ....... .... 8 7 DeLoach,Dana .... ..... , . .41 Fah, Robert ...... ...... 1 03, 160 Clukey, Darrell ..... ......... .... 9 8 Deloney, William . . . ...... 84, 201 Fahlman,IStar .... . . .43, 203, 210 Clute, Delbert . . . . .94, 178, 184, 190 DeMers, Tom .... ........ 4 1, 169 Fair, Marjorie . . ..-. - - - -102 Clutter, Doris . . . . .39, 138, 166, 203 DeMinter, Dennis . . .... 104, 131, 169 Fairbanks, Mike . . . . . - - - -95 Coffey, Gene . . . ......., .94 194 DeMinter, Kathie . . .......... 86 Faler, Monty ...... . . . . . . .43 Coffey, John .... . . .95, 178, 192 194 DeMinter, Michael . . ........ 93 Falkowski, Darlene . . . . . .43, 112 Coffey, Kathleen . . ............ 100 Deno, Carl Rick . . . .............. 93 Falkowski, Walter . . ...... . . . . . .85 Coffin, Tom ..... ...... .... 9 3 Denton, Doug . . . ............ 41, 193 Fanning, Julie .... ....------- - -90 Cole, Kathleen . . . ............ 104 Denton, Valerie ...... 94, 127, 135, 199, 204 Fanning, Robert . . . . .102, 179, 185, 191 Coleman, Karen . . . . . .s4, 126, 203,210 Derogetie, Julie .............. . .41, 112 Farr1s,BOygi Dean - . ------ - - -1011 129 Collett, Jo ...,.. ....... 8 8 122, 162 DeRoshia, Charles . . ........... 41, 168 Farris, David ..... .............. 9 2 Collins, Thomas . . . .... 39, 139 177, 193 DeTroy, Michelle ............... 97, 210 Farup, Dennis .... .............. . 104 Collins, Wallace ..... ....... 1 77, 193 deVida1, David .......... 97, 124, 131, 166 Fast, Sharon .............. . Colwell, Michael ...... .......... 1 01 Dewey, James . . . . . .41, 120, 123, 125, 135, Featherly, Gerry ..... 87, 122, 7, 0 , Conover, Donna ........ . . .86, 127 137, 181, 182, 188 Featherstone, Jean .............. 43,202 Congdon, Mrs. Dorothy . . . . .18, 127 DeWitt, Dan . . . ........ 90, 169, 178 Feldhusen, Mr. Edward ........ . ..21, 100 239 Fell, Barry ...... Fendley, Janct ..... Ferguson, Arlync . . .....43, ... . .43,134, 112 .92 202 Ficklin, Carole ..,.. ............. 4 3 Fifield, Elaine Marie . ............... 95 Fifield, Larry James ...... 84, 178, 193, 194 Fijalka, Mary Ann . . ............ 103 Finks, Patricia Ann . . . .......... . .92 Fisher, Darlene Dixie . . ...... 98 Fisher, Karen Dian . . . .... 43, 131 Fisher, Mary Lee ..... ....., 4 3 Fisher, Sharon Kay .... ..... 1 05 Fitzpatrick, Judy ....... ....... 4 3 Fix, Carla Rae ........... .... 9 9, 139 Flaherty, William Patrick . .... 88, 176 Fleenor, Darlene ....... ......... 4 3 Fleenor, Sharyn ....... . . .43, 164, 203 Fletcher, Patricia . . ......... 92 Flint, Marjorie . . .... 93, 209 Floyd, Dave ....... . . .43, 163 Forbes, Judy Ann . . ..... 87 Forbes, Kermit ...... . . .44 Forbes, Roger ......... . . .101 Fordik, Darlean Carol . . ..... 87 Forkner, Tom ...... ..... 1 05 Forester, Marilyn .... . . .44, 136 Forrey, Frances Ellen . . . . .88, 134 Fort, John . , ........ ........ 4 4 Foskin, Mrs. Agnes ................ 155 Foster, Joanne .............. 91, 166, 212 Foster, William ............. 84, 178, 190 Fouts, Pamela . . . . . .44, 114, 116, 1.28, 135, 138, 148, 203 Fowlds, John ...................... 44 Fowler, Peggy Louise . . ......... 87 Fowler, Richard Allen . . . .99 Frampton, Theresa ................. 44 Francis, Diane ................. 91, 201 Frank, Nancy .... 87, 113, 122, 150, 199, 203 Frank, Richard ................ 103, 191 Franks, Richard ............. 19, 44, 130 Franz, Rita ...,,.. . . .44, 127, 203 Fraser, Jeannette . . ....... 104, 138 Freeby, Sharon . . . ......,.... .104 Freeman, Nancy .... . . .90, 129, 137, 203 Fremstad, Mary Lou . . ,...... 104, 204 Frothinger, Judy . . . .......... 102 Frothinger, Sharon . . . . . . . .93 Frovik, Sandra .................... 90 Frucci, Carol ....... ............ 9 5, 204 Frucci, Dominic , .84, 111, 113, 134, 150, 177, 184, 188, 189 Frucci, Patricia .................... 44 Fuhriman, Thomas Earl . . ....., 86, 105 Fulbright, Gary Dean . . . . .100, 105 Fuller, Mary Jo ..... ..... 1 05 Funk, Alvin Charles . .... 103 Fyfe, Douglas Roy . . . . .85, 168 G Gaines, Vern ............... 85, 148, 154 Galbraith, Roberta E. .... 44, 132, 161, 162 Gallemore, Sandra . . .87, 127, 164, 199, 206, 207, 208, 209 Galt, Mary . .... ........ 9 4, 199, 210 Gambill, David . . ...... 44, 169 Gamon, Betty . . . . . .105, 209 Gann, Patricia .... . . .100, 151 Garberg, Marlene . . ...... 44 Garberg, Ronald . . . . .102 Garcea, Richard . . . . . 75 Gardner, Claudia . . ..... 44 Gargano, Marie . . . . . ....... . . . .44 Garofano, Gary . . . .... ......... . 103 Gaspard, Linda . . ............. 103, 205 Gaspard, Nancy ...... 90, 133, 138, 202, 206 Gates, James .... ............ 4 5, 210 Gates, Nancy .................. 103, 147 Gaumer, Charles ................... 93 Gausman, Kay . . .45, 126, 137, 146, 202, 207 Gemberling, Sharon . .45, 114, 138, 152, 163 Gerik-e, Doris .................. 45, 133 Gerl, Janifer Deedy . . . 17, 45, 117, 124, 127, 128, 135, 154, 164, .202, 232 Gibbert, Paula ..................... 87 Giese, Maita .....................,. 88 Gilberg, Mike ....... . . .102, 16 Gilkey, Mrs. Dorothy . . . . .23, 100 Gill, Mr. Edward ..... .... . . 14 Gillespie, Mrs. Alice . .,..... 155 Gillespie, Ben ..... . . .10l, 179 Gillespie, Maynard . ...... 93 Gillett, Earl ...... ..... 9 9 Ginn, Patty .... ......... 1 29 Girnus, Victor . . ............ 45 Gladder, Gail . . . .87, 151, 197, 201 Glaizer, Eloise . . .............. 93 Gfass, Carole .... .............. 4 5, 167 Gleason, Janet . . .... 45, 79, 127, 129, 133, 152, 160, 203 Glenn, Carole . . . ............ . .89 Glenn, Sandra . . . ....... . .87 Glenn, William . . , .45 Glover, Mr. Blair . . . .21 Glnbrecht, Daryl . . . . .45 240 Goebel, Verna . . Goeden, Sherry . . Goeden, Steve , , . Goeller, John . . . Goffinet, Donald . Goodman, Gary . . Goodman, Gerald . Gooler, Mr. Robert Goosey, Jack ........ Gordon, Bud Marion . . Gordon, Robbin ...... Gormley, Barbara . Gorrell, Marlys . . . Gorremans, Pam . . . . . Gosline, Gerald . . . Gosselin, Lloyd . . . Gracio, Marian . . . Graedel, Dennis . . . Gragg, Larry ....... Graham, John .... Graham, Mr. Leonard . Grande, Louis . . . Grant, Robert .... Gratton, Dennis ...... Gratton, Susan . . . Graupner, Karen . . . Graves, Charlene . Gray, Naomi ..... Green, Frances Jo . Green, Patrica Ann Green, Robert ...... Greenwood, Alfred Greenwood, Joyce Greger, Alice ..... Griffith, Archie . . . Griffith, Pam ...... Griggs, Mrs. Mary . . Griggs, Mr. James Griner, Dean . . . . . . Griswold, Mr. Guy Gronemeier, Fred . . Grow, Carol ..... . Gulliford, Dennis . . . . Gunn, Virginia . . . Gustafson, Judy ..... Haegele, Shirley . . Hacking, Dorothy . . . Hagen, Mr. Kenneth Hague, Jacqueline . . . Hahn, Janice ...... Haisley, Roger . . Hall, Robert . . Hall, Verlena .... Hallgarth, Joan .... Haltom, Mrs. Helen Hamilton, Cheryl . . . Hamilton, Earl . . . Hamilton, Harry . Hamilton, June . . Hamilton, Leo . . Hamilton, Rex . . . Hammar, Don . . . . . Hammond, BaI'b81'21 Hammond, Jim . . . . Hammond, Thomas Haney, Robert .... Hanley, Arthur . . . Hanley, James . . Hansen, Don ,.... Hansen, Gerald . . . Hansen, James .... Hansen, Robert . . . Hanson, Larry ....... Harala, Karen ....... Hardenbrook, Margaret Hardenbrook, Richard . . Hardt, Carley ....... Hardwick, Gary Hare, Brad ...... Harper, Richard Harris, Marjorie . . Harris, Norman Harris, Ronald . . . . . . Harris, Russle . . . Harrison, Larry Hartman, Loretta . . Harvey, Diana .... Harvill, James . . Haskins, Ken . Hassell, Alton . . Hatch, Barbara . Hatch, David . . Hatch, Dianne . . Hauschild, Joyce . Havens, Jon ..... Hawk, Frances Hawkins, Ronald . . . Hawley, Joanne Hawley, Judith . . Hav. Carole ..... Hayashi, Sherrie . . . .' .' .' .100 ......105 . ..105,1761 . . .104, 179, . . . . . .941 24, 88, 45, 139, 199, 2022 . . .ss, 127, 1.49 ss, 138, 203, 206 ............103 . 87 139 139 184 185 178 168 155 104 . 45 209 . 45 205 209 191 . 45 . 98 .43 178 . ...... 95 . .24, 86 , ...... 11.94 . .. .99 46, 130,139, 192 .. 102 . 46,115 , ......... 93 ...46,110, 199 ........46 ....45,139 ......96 fff2i 'sais' .....21 ....20 210,'11sQ 1:3i,'1'sh . . .97 . .'.24 .'.'.'.'46 . . . .104 .'.'.'.'16 ..114r.'1'21 111111-i '120' 1 .. .471 112, 139, . ' ' 44.7. 100' , 11.67 00,1601 1i0,'1's31 ..........92 "'ffff0i,'12si .'...'47, 1142169 ........104 ......104 ....,.....105 'zsf l10,'1'221Q 102, 149, 203 '.' .' .'101f 200 .2112 ......48, 169, . . . 102, 209 . . . . . 101 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 178 168 193 166 126 139 205 200 166 , 46 177 204 . 93 .95 . 84 126 , 93 93 , 94 .46 .46 .46 .95 210 204 105 180 . 95 . 46 188 210 219 . 46 13.2 . 47 176 103 . 87 . 96 . 99 130 . 97 . 47 94 93 86 95 85 . 86 47 99 105 47 105 136, 161 . 47 . 47 154 . 47 203 . 47 194 194 105 210 . 88 . 94 177 195 205 169 . 87 138. 223 105 213 194 .48 114 211 203 Hayden, Ronald . . Haynes, Maralec Hayward, David . . Hayward, Sandra . . Headstrom, Linda . . Heaton, Richard ......104 ....Ell.205 .......92,204 . . . .10l, 128, 205 . . .48 Heckel, Larry ....... . . .93, 178, 184 210 Hedemark, Thomas . Hedge, Karen ..... . . ..... . Heeter, Fred ..... Hegg, Ted ..... Hein, Luanne Heinz, Karen Helbig, Betty .... 48, Helm, Robert . ..... 48, .48 ....105 ....... ..43 114, 117, 1.20, 125, 127, 128, 130, 203, 222 . . , ..... 94, 113, 198 Helm, Ronald .................. 96, 198 223 Helsby, Sue ...... 48 Hemmerling, Linda . Y Hendricks, Dennis . . Hendricks. Linda . . Henry, Julie ..... Hensel, Judy . . Henslee, Joyce ..... Henthorn Marvin . . . Herron, Dick ...... Heyer, Don .... . . Heyer, Paula . . . . . . Hiatt, Charles . . . . Higbee, Kenneth Higgins, Lee ..... High, Barbara . Hilby, Sharon . Hildahl, Jerry . . . Hildahl. Ronald . . Hill, Alton ....... Hill, Irvin Stanley . . Hill, Harvey ...... Hill, Jackolyn . . . Hill, Stuart ...... Hilpert, Elizabeth . Hilpert, Rhoda .... Hindman, Sharon . . Hines, Joe ....... Hinshaw, Henry . . . Hinshaw, Mike . . Hintz, Ed ....... Hirschkorn, Alice . Hirst, Saundra . . . Hitchcock, Karen . . Hively, Jean ...... Hix, Mr. Earnest . . . Hobbs, Mary Alyce . Hodge, Gary ....... Hoering, Nancy . .99 Hoering, Richard . . . Hoerner, LeRoy .... Hogan, Velma . Houge, George . . Hohenstein, Jim . . . Hoitink, Steve .... Hoitink, William . . . Hollenbaugh, Judy . . Holman, Jerry .... Holmberg, James . . . Holmes, Mr. David . . Holmes, Ron ..... Holmes, Suzanne . . Holschen, Don . . . Homick, Richard . . Honshell, George . . Hopkins, Earl .... . Hopper, Janet . . Horn, Marilyn . Horn, Marlys .... Horn, Melvin ...... Houck, Miss Carol , . . Houger, Terry .... House, Joan ..... House, Richard . . House, Roberta Howard, Jeanne Howard, Sharon . . Howarth, Judy . . Howe, Charlene . . Howlett, Robert . . Hubbell, Denny . . Hubbell, Eugene . . . Hudlow, Donna ..... Huellemann, Shirley Joan Huffman, William . . . Hughes, Barbara ...... Hughes, Lucy .... Hulbert, John . . Hulett, Bill ....... Hull, Dennis ........ Humphries, Florence Humphries, Marion . . Humphries, Orin . . Hunt, Tarrell .... Hunter, David . . Hunter, Elinor Hunter, Judith Hunter, Mabel . . Hurley, Danny . . 114, 128, 138, 202, ........95, , .96 201 209 210 ........97,178, 102, 118, 179, 185, .4s, 114, 116, 127, 128 135, 138,144, 202,221 .4s, 150, ies, ies, 193 130 100 .48 196 101 205 210 , 1 1 , 212 194 195 ............491 ....84 . ........ 87 ...96,192,194 ......l00 ...90 ....92 .....104 .......105,203 ....96, 204, 208, 209 ..........103 ...49 ...90 .......94 ....87,144, 166 ........,....19,49 138203 .49, 134, 137, , 7 113, 147, 208, 209, 212 ........49, 168,213 ....97,212 ...103,154 ......49 ....49 ......98 . ........... 90 ............86,131 .25,146,174,180,186 ....104,179,185,191 ....49, 112,115, 124 ............49,168 .87,134,149,164,203 ......102,169 ....25187, 197 ........92 .......98 .......90 ........99 ......491163 ...50,138, 163 ........97 ......102 ...50 ...89 ....100 ...50 . ........ 90 ...50,138,163 ........92 .......50 ....98,178 ........92 . .... 20,50,138 .......105,138 ......139. 192,193 .. . .50, 116, 117,203 .........92,178 .......,98 ......971204 ...91,178, 184 Hurley, Gary . . Hurley, Murl Hurst, Robert . . . Husen, Lennie . . Huss, Judith ..... Hutchings, Carol . . Hutchings, Lemuel . . Hutchins, Ilene . Hutchins, Keith . . . . . Hutchins, Lee . . Hutchinson, Kay ....16, Hutchison, Judy Huyser, Cheryl . . . Hyer, Donald ...... Hyko, Nancy ....... Hynes, Mrs. Barbara . . . Hynes, Michael ..... Ide, Clark .......... Ingalls, Mary ....... Ingebrigtson, Connie . . . Ingham, Muriel ..... Inman, Sandra . Irwin, Ronald . . . . . . . Ivey, Jacqueline ...... Jackman, Georganne .... . . .50, 168, .'.'.'.'9bQ . . . .s7, . . . .9-1, ' 122,,132 9zi,'1'9!a' ....50 ......99 . . . .51, 131 .51f 1si9,'2b2 ........51 . . . . . .103 .85, 146,197 Jackson,Dennis ' Jackson, Jerome . . . Jackson, Rusty . . . Jacobsen, Donna . . . Jacobson, Christine . . Jacobson, Mardell . . James, Carmen . . . James, Jo Anna ... James, Tom ....... ... '. '. '. '. 2:5 . .'.'1bl1 . . . . . . .51 Jameson, Martha .... ..... Januscheitis, Charles ..... 94, 178, 184 Januscheitis Ji 1 m .... ..... J elsing, Judith ....... J ennen, Bill ........... Jennings, Gary ......... .......51 . ..... 96 Jennings, Mrs. Marjorie ...,.. Jensen, Kathleen ..... J erich, Betty ...,..., Jersild, Elice . . . John, Ronald . . . Johnson, Bonnie . Johnson, Donald . Johnson, Gary . . , Johnson, Janet .. . . .51 Johnson, Jeanette . . . Johnson, Jerry . . . Johnson, Joanne . . Johnson, Kenneth . . Johnson, Nancy . . . Johnson, Patricia . . Johnson, Ralph .... Johnson, Randall . . . Johnson, Ronald . Johnson, Sonya .... Johnson, Virginia . . Johnson, Wesley . . Johnson, Wilma . . Johnston, Fred . Johnston, Larry . . Jones, Danny . . . Jones, Mr. Del . . Jones, Don ... Jones, Frances . . Jones, Glendon . . . Jones, James . . . Jones, Jerry , . . Jones, Linda . . . Jones, Loralee . . Jones, Marilyn . . . Jones, Mike . . . . , Jones, Nancy . . . . . Jones, Ralph . .... 88, Joy, Gail ....... . . Joynes, Brenda . . . Judd, Lawrence ..... K Kaatz, Gary ........ Kandler, Margaret . . . Kaufman, Charles . . Kay, Pat ........ Keegan, Shirley . . Keeling, Doris Kellberg, Kay . . . Kelley, Dennis . . Kelly, Colleen . . Kelly, Dan ..... Kelly, Edward . Kelly, John . , . Kelly, Trudy Kemmish, Jim . Kemp, Linda . . . . .5i,'f3hf 1II51,'1'12s, ' ' -,.7.7,126,.1'35. "'ffff51,'7b . . .95, 192 . . . . . . .s4 . . .95, 127 .'.'.'1o5 . . . .51 . . . .94 .iliszifiiiz ' II199,'1'4i, ........52. ........94 128,177,182 . . . .96 .1:52,'1'38 '.'.'.'.'aks 56"ii' 169 .88 . 98 209 122 204 . 50 . 50 . 50 105 120, 163 .92 229 .90 100 155 .86 168 129 138 105 229 118 204 201 105 194 105 202 100 . 36 228 139 169 . 99 194 . 86 166 102 198 . 15 202 103 . 84 . 87 197 . 51 . 51 202 . 84 .51 202 194 L27 204 103 220 . 99 . 51 204 196 . 90 167 105 104 . 20 190 101 169 . 52 . 86 . 91 212 151 . 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Hazel , . . ............... . .84 Lee, Dwight . . .... 102 Lee, Larry ..... . . .54 Lee, Margaret . . . .92 Lee, Paula ....... Leesburg, Bill ...... Leingang, Kathleen . . Leingang, Robert . . . Lenhart, Sharon . . Lentz, Douglas .... Leonard, Robert . . . Leuer, Richard . . Lewis, Doug . . . Lewis, Robert .... Lidstone, Calvin . . Lidstone, Julie . . . Liere, Sally ....... Lincoln, Roderick . . . Lindbloom, Gordon . . Lindquist, Phillip . . Lindstrom, Robert . . Lingle, Barbara . . . Lipps, Charlotte . . . Lipps, Gloria ..... Liptack, Steven . . Linen, Vicki ..... ' .' . . Litzenberger, Jerry Livengood, Gerry .... Lobdell, Don ..... Lockridge, William . . Long, Joan ....... Long, Susan ...... ....88 ..103 . ..... 96,204 103 ....5-1,121,135 .........1o5 .....95,193 .......a4 ...86,169 .. ......... ..103 ....86, 206, 207, 209 . ........ 54,169 ...104,148,169 ............105 ....54, 112,138,210 ......92,122,123 ..........100 10,169 179 .30,55,114,126,146, 150,151,202 .......75,147, ......86, 177 . . . .55, 134, 194 166 . . . . .55, 166 Lonnevik, Sharon . . . .... .75 Lopez, John ...... . . . 100 Lopez, Pete ...... ..... 9 3 Losh, Doralene ..... ....... 5 5 Loomis, Mark ........ ....... 1 05 Loutherback, Karen . . .... 103, 204 Loutherback, Linda . . ....... 85 Lovell, Robert ...... ....... 5 5 Lowery, Marilyn ...... ..... 9 6, 166 Lowther, Mr. William . . . .... 186, 190 Luce, Henry ......... . . .55, 196 Luchini, Ernie ..... . Luders, Mr. Edward . . Ludwigson, Donald . . Lulten, Harvey .... Luiten, Kathi .... Luke, John ...... . . . Lulling, Muriel ...... Lundy, Janice ....... Lundy, Ken . . . Lutz, Jim .... Lyden, Allen . . . Lyden, Larry ..... Lyons, Mary Alice . . M MacArthur, Connie . . MacCulloch, Judy . . . Mackey, Nancy . . . Mackey, Patricia . . Maddox, Bruce . . . Maddox, James L . Madison, Fay B. .... . Madison, Patty ...... Magnuson, John Walter Mahar, Bill ......... Malerich, Gary Richard Maloy, Audre ....... Malloy, Ron ........ Malterner, Mr. John . . Manfred, Mr. A. A. . . Mann, David ........ Manuel, Mr. Mervin . March, Barbara ..... March, Gary ..... Markham, John . . Markow, Mary . . . Marston,Mary . . . Marston, Steve .... Marten, Hannelore . . Martin, Arthur ...... Martin, Carolyn .... Martin, Dan Charles . Martin, Diana Dale . . Martin, Don ...... Martin, Gary .... Martin, J erry .... Martin, Thomas . . . Martin. Verlin . . , Mascher, Carol . . Masterson, Ida . . . Mathers, Arlynn . . Mathers, Gary . . , Matkin, Dallas ..... Matthews, Darrell . . . Maughan, Barbara . . Maughan, Judy . . . Maund, Carol ....... Maule, Robert Guy . . Maxwell, John .... Mayer, Mr. Walter . . Mayhew, Tim ....... McCammond, Gordon I ..:::157,.1'18, .....87 ..........98,191 ....98, 179,185, 191 .......84,166,199 55, 116. 120, 1.26, 132, 152, iso, 161, 222 .........98,168 ........92,190 ............104 . . .55, 120, 124, 125, 138,229 ....97 ....s4 ...105 ....9s ...178 ....92 . ........ 57 .84 . . . . . .57, 139, 176 105 .. .... 57 .....17, I ffff22.'1b1,' . 85 179 112 ......21,186 103 120 199 .....105, ........98 ....102 ......105 ....103,212 .......87 .....93,204 .84 119 ....88,139,192,193 ........103,169 ..........105 ...103, 138,204,212 ............228 .91 .....'.222 ........85 ....103,211 ....102,211 .........57,124 ....22,101,129,15l . ...18,57,151,168 .. ........... 93 241 McLaughlin, Ronald . . McSpadden, Connie . ........ 59 McCaughan, Sandra . . McCauley, Judith . . . McCauley, Lawrence McChesney, Karen . . . McClenahan, James . . . McConnell, William . . . McCoy, Deborah . . . McCoy, Jacqueline . . McCune, Dennis . . . . . .20, 55, 197 .....98,204 ....24,94 .....91,166 . .......... 55 .......84,132,163 . . . .55, 76, 115, 146, 208 McCune, Peter ............. McDonald, Kathleen McDonald, Kenneth .I .- McFarlane, Janice . . . McGaw, Karol . . . McGeorge, Robert . . . McGinn, Denice ..... McGlocklin, Dennis . . . McGoldrick, Pete .... McHenry, Brad ...... McKay, Judith . . . . . McKee, James . . . Mc Kee, Sandra ..... McKelvey, James ..... McKenna, Miss Mary . . . . McKibbin, Karen .... McKimmey, Richard McKinney, William . I f McKnelly, James . . . McKnight Loren .. 203, . 95 102, 168 208 55,138,199 202, ...,56,129 197,210 .56,78, 128 147, 182 .......84 126,203 ..........104,179 .......93 ......105 .16,120 . .56,197 McLaughlin, Jerrold 1. I. '. '. . . ' '.'. McLaughlin, Mrs. Mabel S. . . . McLaughlin, Terry . . . McLay, Patricia . . . McLean, Robert . . . McLellan, Carol . . . McLeod, Patricia . . McMacken, Roger . . McMacken, Steven . . McMullen, James . . McMullin Cher l , y . . . McMurtery, William . . McNab, Patricia ...... McNamee, Elizabeth . McNew, Mrs. Lorraine McPhail, Earl ........ McPhee, Norman .... McPherson, Judy . . . . . Mead, James ....... Meck, David John . . . Meckelson, Kristy . . Mehl, Sharon Louise . Mehl, William ...... Meier, Faye ...... Meilleur, Paul . . . Mellgren, Larry . . Mellstrom, Gary . . . Meloy, Ronald ..... Melton, Sharon ...... . Mendoza, Louie . . . . Merkel, Dwight Milton' ' . ' I 4 1 ' ' Merrick, Teresa .... Merrick, Walt ...... Merriman, Michael . . Merriman, Tim . . . Mertens, Rebecca . . Mertens, Victoria . . Metcalf, Carol .... Meyer, Mr. Russell . . Mhyre, Mr. Kenneth . . Michaels, Edythe .... Mickey, Max ..... Might, Alfred ..... Millay, Gary ...... . Miller, Mr. Arthur . . Miller, Donald . . . Miller, Glenn .... Miller, Jo Ann . . . Miller, Mr. John . . . Miller, LaMar . . . Miller, Michael . . Miller, Ralph . . Miller, Sherri .... Miller, Stephani . . . Millett, Judy .... Mills, Judith . . . Mills, Sharon . . Milne, Sharon . Milward, Don . . Mingo, David . . 1 Minkler, Sandra . . Min-nick, Kay .... Miotke, David . . . Miotke, Nancy . . . Mishler, Clifford . . Mishler, Judith . . . Mitchell, Gary ..... Mitchell, Kathryn . . . Mitchell, Kenneth . . . Mitchell, Michael . . Mitchell, Terry . . Mitson, Larry . . Mix, Larry . . . 242 .....75 . 88 . 99, 169 179 102, .....98 ....16,95 ........ ..56 . .......... 101 ....56, 126,163 .96,l39 ...18,56 211,220 .93,194 ...,.....98,168 ....56,118,119,168 .98,166 .......56 . .92,205 .. . .16,154 .....56 .......56 ........94 .......102,205 ........104,195 ....57,126 132,163 , ........... 57 ..........103 .........90,130 . . . 105, 168, 178, ,213 .91,190 ..........104 ......103 .93,190 .57,176 .95,205 ....57, 187,188, 189 .85,122 ...103 ....92 ........84 .......17,87 ....22,120, 154 .....84 .......105 ...102, ....85, .....94 . 57 . 17, 124 ,....58 ...103 . 96 155 . 89 179, 185 130, 168 212 ....9s, 205, H'88.121. ' ' .135, 149, .' .' .' .'9'ef iifi ' ' .....88 . . . . .58 . . . . 104 125, 131, 166, .203 . . . . .86 . . .92 184, 194 103 137 228 ,....58 .....97 . . .91 104, 137 .58,129 .. . . .86 .91 ......105 183 .98, .....94 ....58 Mix, Michael . . Moe, Carol ...................... Moe, Maynard . . ...........58,182,196 .101 .58, 118, 119, 146, 188, 189 Mongold, Albert .................. .86 Mongold, Karen ................... 100 Monohon, Nancy . . . .101, 148, 152 211 Monohon, Sharon . . . .......... . .58 Montour. Alan . . . .... 90, 178 188 Montoya, Diana . . ..... 100 204 Montoya, Mary . . ............... .94 Moore, Diane . . .................. 58 Moore, James ..................... 102 Moore, James .... 30, 53, 112, 113, 139, 145, 146, 150, 175, 176, 194, 230 Moore, Janet ..................... 103 Moore, Karen . . .... 90, 113, 128, 135, 138, 203, 206, 209 Moore, Sue . . . ............. . .84 Moore, Torge ............... 58, 115, 231 Morgan, Gail """'ii6,'i1'2Q1so, , Morgan, Gary .... 58, Morgan, George ......... . . . Morgan Gerald ............ Morgen: David .... Moriarty, Darrel . . Morig, Robert Morlan, Dani . . Morlan, Dave . . Morris David . . Morris, Linus . . Morrison, Pat . Morrow, Henry . . . ........58 169220 ........92 ........91 ....58 ...105 ....85 ....59 ........59 .99 ....59, 147,152,176 105 .'.'.'f.'f.'.s9 O Morrow, Patricia Moser, Charles . . . Mueller, Jean . . . Mueller, Susan . . . Muench, Steve . . . Mullenix, Judith Mullenix, Mary . . Mulligan, James . Mulvey, Sandra . . Munkers, Michael . . . Munson Munson , Billie Jean . , Dennis ..... Murphy, Frank . . . Murphy, James . . . Murphy Patrick . . . Murphy: Robert . . . Murphy, Virginia . . .95 .59 .......103 205 . . . .95, 138,204 .95 .59 .....98 205 102 179 .86 ,....59 ....99 .96 100 . . . . .95, 168 .59 166 129 178 . . . .92, 122, , Musgrove, Carol Mustered, Bill . . , Mutton, Gerald . . Myer, Mikel .... Myers, Roberta . . .'.'.'.sbfiid.'1115 . 86 . 101 , 189 .97 .84 N Naccarato, Judi .... Naccarato, Patricia . . Nakagawa, Marjorie . Nakagawa, Nancy . . .. . . .59, .92, 123, .....99,204 ........96 . . . . . .34 115, 138, 202 204 209 Nance, Cheryl ...... 199, , Nebergall, Virginia . . . ............ .59 Nelson, Andrea . . . ............ . .88 Nelson, Bruce . . . . . .8'7, 121 Nelson, David . ----- 59 Nelson, Janet .... ....... 1 03 Nelson, Marvin . . . . ...... . ,98 Nelson, Mary ....... ..... . 88, 130, 210 Nelson, Michelle ..., .............. 8 8 Nelson, Nikki ........... 99, 137, 204, 212 Nelson, Sonja ..... 59 79, 128, 148, 202, 221 Nelson, Susan . ....... 84, 128, 134, 163, 165, 167, 202 Nelson, Ted ...................... 104 Nethercutt, Nancy . . .30,60, 110, 127, 145, 150, 199, 200, 221 Nevdahl, Merrilie . . . ..... .93, 166, 205 Newcomb, Robert Nichols, Frank .... Nickerson, Dale . . . Nielson, Richard .... Niemeyer, Rodney . . Nikotich Jean . . . . Nistad, Mrs. Margaret Noel, Carmen ...... Noll, James ....... Noll, Judy ,........ Noonan, Nancy . . .60 Norby, Enid ...,... Norman, Lois . . . . . Norris, Donald . . . Norris, Paul ..... Norton, John ..... Novakovich, Linda . Nudell, Donna .... Nutt, David ..... Nyberg, Duane . . . Nyberg, Marilyn . . Nye, Mr. William . . . Nygaard, Mr. P. H. . . Nypen, Larry ..... Nypen, Sandra . . . .....97 ..... 16, 123 ........96 .. .87 ....102,169 . . .97 112, 131, 167 'ffii 'sb' .84 , ,135 .60,167, 197 . . . . .. .102 .. . . .95, 147 126,135,202 .. . . .60,202 . . . . .60, 130 .. .. .34 .. .60, 131 . . .. .102 ....a'z ...........eo ..........104,169 ....9s, 209, 210, .212 .........l8,102 . ....... 18, 96 .,..85 ....95 Obde, Joyann . . ........ 60, 114, 126, 202 Oberst, Frank . . . . ..,..... 97, 153 O'Brien, Martin . . . . . .101, 135, 191 O'Connell, Dan . . . ....... . .60 O'Conner, Karen .... ...... . 60 O'Connor, Maureen . . . . . .90, 223 O'Connor, Richard . . . . . .60 Odell, Ron ........ . . .60 154 Odell, Steven . . . . . -50 154 Oesch. Janet ..... ...--- 1 01 Ogle, Lonna ...... . . .39 210 Oglesbee, Sharon . . ..... 100 Oien, Wayne .... . - - .33 Oiland, Marie .... ...-. - 92 O'Keefe,Kathleen . . . . . .60 211 Olin, Wes ........ . . . .83 Olive, Gary ..... . . . .99 Olsen, Connie . . ............... 93 131 Olsen, Nancy ................... 88 131 Olsen, Ruth ..... 61, 116, 121, 125,127, 131, 135, 203, 218 Olson, Mr. Alvin ..,...... ...... . . .24 Olson, David ........ ...... . 38 Olson, Gerald ......... . . .61 Olson, Jean Elizabeth . ..... .39 Olson, Sallie ......... ......... . 97 Olson, Thelma .................. 96, ,205 Oppen, Mrs. Genevieve ........ 17, 96, 133 Opsal, Jon ............ . .61, 132, 168, 169 Ort, Kay ............ ..... 1 01, 199, 210 Oscarson, Mrs, Helen . . ......... .22 Ostberg, Douglas .... . . .... . .86 Ostendorf, Philip . . . . .61, 154 Osterberg, Gordon . . .....,. .... 1 04 Oswald, Dale ..... .............. 9 4 Othmer, John .................... . 93 Oty, Larry .......... 61, 118, 119, 192, 193 Ovendale, Thomas . . . ........... . .61 Overhauser, Janine . . .......... 90, 203 Owen, Kenneth ...... ..... 1 03 P Pace, Linda ........ .... 9 7, 131, 211 Paquin, Douglas . . . ............ ,228 Paddock, Terry . . ............ .61 Paggett, Don .... ............... . 61 Palmer, Terry ....... 85, 120, 147, 151 201 Pantzar, Che Che . . ............ 61, 137 Pare, Nancy .... ........... 8 7 122 Pariso, Donna . ----, 36 Parker, Carole . . . . . . 86 Parker, Virginia . . . - - -61 Partridge, Carol ..... . . .92 Pasco, Edward ....... ........ 9 7 Patterson, Faye Ellen . ........ . 91 Patterson, Nancy ..... .... 9 1, 167, 205 Patti, Patricia ...... . ........ 105 Pattie, Sheila . . ....... 105 Paul, Pauline .... ..... . 61 Payne, William . . . . .90 176 Pearson, Roger . . . . .94, 163 Peaslee, Ronald . . ...... .96 Pebles, Connie . . . ....... . .61 Peightal, Janet . . . ........ . .89 Pence, Albert . . .... 61, 124 132 Pence, Larry . . . . . .... . . .105 Percy, Larry , , , ....... . . 100 Perez, Joe ....... .... 6 1, 123, 177 Perris, Frank ....... ............ . 92 Perron, Raymond .........,...... .93 Perry, Catherine ..... 92, 122, 123, 127, 205 Perry, Judith .... ........ ....... 2 2 8 Perry, LeRoy ..... .......... 1 03, 191 Person, Patricia . . . .... 95, 113, 205 Peters, Joeleen . . . ......... . .98 Peters, John .... .......... 8 5, 169 Peterson, Carol . . . . .62, 126, 133, 160, 161, 162, 202 Peterson, Carole .... .... 8 9, 134, .203 Peterson, Nancy Ann . . ........ .98 Peterson, William . . . ..... . .86 Petruss, Julie ..... . . .86, 127 Pfeiffer, Doris .... .... 1 00, 213 Phillips, Richard . . ..... .89 Phillips, Rosalie . . . . . . .89 Phillips, Sharron . . . . . 166 Phipps, Judith .... . .,.. .62 Picard, Leonard . . . ..... . .96 Pierce, Bill .... . . ........ .62 Pierce, Nancy . . . .89, 122 123 Pierce, Susan . . ...... 98, 128 Pilant, Judith . . . . . . .62,j121 ,218 Pi1ger,Carol ....... . . . .90,'2f79 Pinkham, Miss Elsa . . . . , .25, 199, 210 Pinkley, Gary ...... ............ , 98 Piper, Carol ...... ..,......... 6 2 202 Piper, Janet .... . . .89, 126, 129, 199 202 Pitts, Thurman . . . ........... . .85 Plante, Candyce . . .......... 102, 166 Platt, John ..... ...... 9 8 190 Platt, Patsy ..... .... 7 5, 146 202 Pleasant, Gary . . . . .105, 191 195 Robinson, Jackie Ann ,168, Plein, Bruce ..... Pockrus, Donna Pockrus, Dorothy Poff, Michael . . Porter. Ben . . . Porter. Bill . . Poss, Gary .... Potter, Donna . Potter, Jackalyn Potter, Joanne . Potter, Steve ..... Poulin, Linda . Steve . . Poutre, Powell, Alan . . Powell, Betty . . Powell, Bill . Powell, Tom . . . Powis, Roy . . , Prague, Richard Pratt, Dale , . . Pratt, Mike .... Preston, Mary . . , Price, Mildred Prihar, Cathy . , Probert, Dale . . Prophet, Gerald Prophet, Larry Pruitt, Sidney , Purcell, Lewis . Putnam, Joy , , Putnam, Stuart Pyne, Patsy . . . Quarles, Carol . Quiring, Dennis Quist, John . . . Race, Edna .... Rainer, Jerry . . Ralston, Delaney Ramage, Carol . . .' .I ... .92,169 ......84 ....91 ....92 ...105 ....62 ...8h ....98,l38 .....,.........21,62 62,76,l16,126,127,135, 138, 149, 199, 200, 221 ...62,139,148,192,193 .....89, 168, 169, 178 .....100 ....86,168 ....91,129 ....62,167 .......62 .....88,167 .......92,123 ...93, 204, 213 .........87,178,193 ..............62,133 ...63, 111, 128,135, 148, 167,202,221 100 .... . .'.'l02,' 166 Q 03, 114, 125, 135, 202, 208 . .,.............. 88 R ... ...63,129,138 ......105 Roark, David .... Robards, Eugene . . Roberts. James .... Roberts. John W. . . . . Roberts, Judith Louise Roberts. Orma ..,.. Roberts, Patricia . . . Roberts, Terry . . . Roberts, Thad .... Robertson, Hans . . . . . Robertso n, LeLani . . Sayler, Linda ...... .. . .95 , ........... 20, 88 Randall,L1nda ...... 91, 130, 134, 136, 199, 210 Randall, Mr. Charles l '. I. 206, 208, Randall, William . . ........... 93, 178 Raney, Bonnie . . . .... 87, 164, 203, 209 Raney, Don ......... ............ 1 03 Rantanen, Raymond . . ..... 63, 120, 229 Rashka, Joan ...... . , ......... 101 Rauch, Mr. ....................... 222 Rausch, Ronald .................... 94 Raver, Gerald ........... 88, 132, 162, 168 Rawlings, Miss Margaret ........ 1 . . .17 Read, Charles ......... .... ........ 1 0 5 Read, Vicki .,......... .... 9 0, 203 Reavis, John Reed . . .... 86, 178 Rebillard, Allen , , ,,,, 63, 169 Reeves, Gary .... . . .l05, 177 Reeves, Howard . . . ,,,,, , ,94 Reger, Dave .... ......... 6 3 Reser, Nick ...... ......... 1 03 Regis, Dennis ...... . . .96, 168, 198 Reideler, Terrance . . Reinbold, Dolores . . ...85, 126,203 Robinson, Joyce ...... Robinson, Judy .... Rodgers, Alice ....... Rodgers, Linda Kay . . Rodman, Charles Earl Roger, Phillip ....... Rogers, Aldeann . . . Ro ers Jan 5 , ........ Rogers, Larry ......, Rohrback, Joan Marily H Rojan, Mike ......... Rollis, Patricia ....... Rolnik, Mary Ann . . Romig, Faye ..... Rooney, Judy . . . Roper, Linda . . Rose, Roger . . . Ross, Judith ....... Ross, Naomi Lee . .... . . . Rothwell Diane Elaine ' 128, 135, 146, 147,' Routson, Carol .......... Rowland, Patricia ....... Ruark, Harold Edward Rubow, Edward Roy Ruby, Charles ....... Ruby, Leonard .... Ruby, Marilee . . . Rude, Ronald . . Rudy, Sandra . . . Ruhl, Louie F. . . . . Rummer, Robert . . Russell, Arlene .... Russell, Mr. Wallace Ryan James ... .... .. S Saccornanno, Kathy . Sackett, Jim . . . . . . Sailor, Karen .... Sailor, Marion . . Saling, Marilyn . Sams, H. Leon .... Sander, Catherine . . Sanders, Jerilyn . . . Sanderson, Danny . . . Sandgren, Michael . . Sandgren, Patricia . Sanne, Ann ....... Santoria, Mrs. Viola . . . Santorsola, Kathy . . Sapp, Joan ........ Sarber, Gordon ..,... Saruwatari, Kenneth Saunders, Mr. Mack L. Sawyer, Gene ....... Reiser, Robert .... Rennich, Kay ...,, Reser, Richard .... Reuss, Cecelia .... 25, 63, 116, 117, 121, 122, 125, 130 Reuss, Judy ............. 88, 126, Rew, Jerriann . Re nolds Alice , 137, 153, 199, 202, 218 199, 203 . 95, 166 Schaber, Dohna .... Schaper, Michael . . . Scharff, Mary Ann . Schauer, Jacqueline . Schaum, Dee ...... Scherfen Schaum, Mary ....... berg, Berferd Y 1 . . . Reynolds, Edith . . . .97,138 .63,127 Reynolds, LaNell .............. Reynolds, Nancy . . . Rhodes, Mike . . . . . Richards, Bill ...... Richards, Ellinore . . . Richards, Frances . . Richards, Raymond , Richardson, Gay , . , Richardson, LeRoy . , , Riches, Madeline . . . Richmond, David . . . Ricketts, Karen . . . Rickey, Patricia . . . Riddle, Dennis . . Riddle, Jim ........ Riediger, Gloria ..... Riediger, Sandra .... .s3, 118, 149, 168, 169, 187,188,189 ....64,120,125,148 Riegel, Mrs. Virginia Rigas. Sherry ........ Riley, Marlene Riley, Sharon Rinck, Edward Rinck, Sharon Risteen, Robin . . Roach, Howard . . . 86 ......95 ....91,139 .........17,64 103 .64, 123, , 131 .64 ........96,l39 .91,139 .102,205 .......91,138 . . . . .120, 102,138 ,117, 135, 197, 204 . . ......... 97,178, 190 .64, 1.27, 128, 134 . . ...64 Scheytt, Gregory ..... Schilling, Donna .... Schindele, Arthur . . Schirmer, Patricia . . Schmidt, Charlene . . Schmidt, Darlene . . Schmidt, Patricia . . Schneider, Irene . . . Schnettler, Harold . . Schraufnagel, Sandra Schrier, Rick ..,.,,,, Schrier, Emily . . . . . Schroeder, Buddie . . Schroeder, Larry . . Schroeder, Mark . . Schubert, Helen .... Schultz, Rodney ..,... Schuster, Mary Ann . , Schwartz, Darrell . . . Scorah. Charles . . . Scott, Elizabeth . . . Scotti, Karen Sue . . Sdao, Dennis ....... Searl, Leland ...... ........64 ,...64, 183 ....93,168 .64. 121.129 ..'.'.'04 ....90 .'.'.'.64 11195 .1-78. . .'.'.'.'65 . .... 65 .'.'.'1b8 .'.'.'.'91 ..'.'.....'.'.j9-1 . . . .65, 117 .e5, 78, 115, 153, 167, 202, .'.'.'105 '197 . . . .91 105, 126, 167 .' .' .' .' .' .' .103 . . . .86 v v 168 193 190 220 . 64 102 . 96 168 194 . 64 105 134 . 93 98 89 . 65 . 65 194 . 65 . 98 167 211 . 92 . 90 105 115 . 91 205 . 94 205 138 117, 232 105 102 . 65 105 . 95 104 211 102 209 .65 .90 . 65 131 . 65 203 . 93 . 65 228 . 65 131 205 . 88 168 133 .66 ...66, 138,203 ........155 ...96,205 210 .....97167 .66 ...85, 168,177 ....18.88,198 .97 .89 ....93 204 .92 .. 103 .. 102 . . .99 . . .103, 139 .89, 133, 162 fff86,'1'16 , . . . . . . .96 Sears, Betty ...... 21, 90, 128, 135, 149 154, 199, 203, 206 Sears, Mary .... ............... Sebring, Richard . . 1 1 1 1 v N178 , 168 .86 .66 .66 . 99 211 . 66 . 90 199 . 66 . 66 104 168 166 . 66 . 89 189 198 . 24 100 . 66 . 66 166 . 98 105 203 153 208 102 100 Seedorf, Martin . . . . . . .98, 113, 122 Seger, Janis .... .............. Semro, Bill ..... . . . Sexson, Shirley Shane, Darrell Shaw, Hugh . . . Shaw, Michael . . Shaw, Robert . . . Shears, Chris ..... Sheiman, Mr. R. M. . Sheneman, James . . Sherburn, LeRoy . . . Shoemaker, Nora . . . Shoop, Dick ...... Showalter, Glen . . Shuck, Dennis .... Shuck, Howard . . . . Shuford, Patricia ..... Siegel, Marilyn ...... Simonson, Mr. Raymond ..........100 29199 67. 128. 1 . 184 .67 179 209 168 . 95 . 75 104 . 75 155 . 91 . 94 ......85 .89 . . . .67. 169 . 169 . . .... 97, ....... ..98 . .19, 103,196 102 Simpson, Andrew ...... ....... . . Simpson, Arthur ..... Simpson, Miss Barbara Simpson, Terry ...... Sinclair, Sharon Sisich, Patricia .... Sisk, Mr. Ethan . . . Sisk, Mary ........ Skillingstad, Kay Sleeth, Robert .... Slentz, Richard . . Sletten, Robert . . ........ . . .67 ' 89 210 211 .....2a, , , .. ........ ..89 . . .96, 129, 151 ...97,'178, ...df . Slider, Michael . . Sligar, Guy .... Sly, Edward . . . Smith, Carl .... Smith, Dallas ..... Smith, Dennis Ray . . Smith, Smith, Dennis Red . . Don ....... Smith, Frank . . . . . . Smith, Gwendolyn . . Smith, Judith .... Smith, Merlin . . . Smith, Richard . Smith, Ronald . . Smyth, Sandra . . Snow, Mark . . . Soapes, John . . Sodorff, Gary ..... Solem, Barbara . . . . Somerville, Sandra . . , . 67 155 104 . . . . 105 190 103 194 166 .....67 . 67 218 67 . 67 ....67 2467 '. 75 68 . . . . . .92 . . .68, 120, 202 93 .......68 ...95,178,190 ........105 .68 . . .101 . . . . 178, 193 . . . . . . . . .68 Somerville, Bonnie ..... .... 2 1 ,89 ...103,205 Sorenson, Mr. William C. .......... . Sorensen, Sherrie . . . . Sorenson Sandra . . . . . Sorte, Linda ......... ....'..6.0: Spalding, Perry .... . ...... . ...... . Spangenberg, Joan Spangenberg, Mr. wiiifir' ' Spann, Kathi . ....... Spann, Wanitta Sparley, Beverley . . . Spear, Sandra .... . . Sperling, William Spetch, David . . . . . Sponder, Gene . . . . . Sprague, Donald . . Sprecher, Jerry . . . Spring, Michael .... Spruiell, Mamie Spurgeon, Mr. Dale . . . Stalick, John ...... Standley, Ronald . Stanford, Jay .... . . Stanley, Richard ..... Stannard, Mr. Gerald . Stapleton, Carolyn .... Stapleton, JoAnn .... Stapleton, Melvin . .30, Steckling, Diane ..... Steele, Ardee . . . . . . Steele, Ronald . . Steg, Bill ..... Stein, Janice . . Stein, Norman . . . Stejer, Dick ...... Stemmer, Barbara . . Stenhouse, Lynne . . . Stephens, Darrel ..... Stephens, Lavaughn . . Stephenson, Bonnie . . . Stern, Rick .......... Stern, Sharron Sterritt. Leslie .... . . Sterritt, Susan ....... Stevens, Karen Stevens, Victor .... Stewart, Paulette . . Stewart, Karen . . . Stiger, Clesta . . . Stine, Dan ..... Stinson, Andrew . . . Stinson, Wilma ...... Stockdale, Mrs. Helen .12 . .68 203 101 .68 134 ....... ..86 . ...... 101 .......104,139 ......:96,138,210 ...68,114,119, 139, 46.152,175,177,189 ...68, 114,210 .......68 ...100 ......24 ......102 ....68,168 .. ....... 91168 ....25,103,151 174 ..........166 209 68,182,183,187 188 69, 116, 135, 145 202 ....95, 166,178 194 .89 ........91,169 . . .98 . . . .69, 186, 197 86,'139, 175, '176 111121165129 197 . . .89, 127, 1.28, 135, . .'. '. '. 94,' . .... 21, 90, 1 v . 97 210 210 . 102 , 193 . 104 179 203 190 . 90 210 105 104 . 94 101 . 75 104 212 126 243 Stockton, Rosalea . . Stoddard. Robert Stoeser. Douglas Stoeser, William ........... Stohs. Phillip .... 84, 168, 169, Stone, Jackie ............ 89, Stone, William . Stoner, Mrs. Marjorie 110 '12'5' Storch, Jo ....... 69, , , .....69 .....101 ................69,l53 ........Fl8 181. 183, 192 164, 203, 209 .............69,128,176 ........15 135,147,202 Stotts, Ron ........................ 85 Stowers, Mikel . . ,..... ..... 9 0, 134, 147 Stradley, Bev . . . . .69, 121, 125, 133, 137, 164, 202 Strand, Donald . . ............... 94 Strand, Ronald . . . .... 99, 179 Strand, Thomas . . Street, Margery . . . . Street, Rick , ,..,. , Stretch, Suzanne . . . . . Stubbs, Noel ..... . . Sturgeon, Mike . . . Sturgeon, Duke . . Sugrue, Sandra . . . Suiter, Jerry . . . Sulisky, Vic ..... Sullivan, Charles . . . ..... . . Summers, John . . ...... . . Summers, Larry ...... 69, 78, Sundberg, Jim . . . Swank, Mike ...... . Swanson, Bill ....... . . Swanson, Judy ........ . . . Swanson, Judy Marie . . . Swenson, Mervin .... Swett, Carol ....... ...... SWODQ1 Sandra . . ...... . . Sykes, Allen . . .... . . . . . Sylte, Deanda . . .... 90, 132 sylte, Deanna .. .... 90,132: Szymczak, Mike .. ...... 89, T Taft, Mr. Stanley .......... Talbot, Glen ......... 69, 131, Tanner, Robert .....,...... Tansy, Bob ............... Tantum, Peggyanne ...,.... Taschereau, Charles Edward . Tatum, Jack .............. Tayloe, Frank Lee ....... Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Yvonne . . Teasdale, Charles . . Telford, Charlene . . Templeton,G1enn Tewinkel, Mr. Joseph . . Thach, Terry ........ . . Theisen, Mr. Orval ......... Theodorsen, Mr. George . Thomas, Diane .......... 94 Thomas, Edward Morgan . .70 Thomas, Edward Sharp Thomas, William A, . . . . . . Thompson, April ..,. Thompson, Beverly . . . .93 Thompson, Carolyn . , , , , Thompson, Dayle . . . . Thompson, Duane . . Thompson, Lauren . . . . Thompson, Ronald . . . . . . Thompson, Sandra . . . . .70 Thompson, Sherian . , , , , Thompson, Terry , , , , , Thomson, Eileen , , , , , , , , Thomson, John . .,.. . . .70 Thopoulos, Maria ..... Thornquist, Richard . . . . Thorpe, Joanne ..... Thorpe, Judie Lee . . . Thorsted, Larry . , , Threlkeld, Larry . , Tighe, Colleen ....... Tillman, Charles ....... Tillman, Dorothy Marie , . Tillman. Larry .......... Timm, William ........ Timmons, Carol Louise . . Titus, Brian Dale ....... Tobiason, Judith Ann . . . Tobie, Mr. Paul ...... Todd, Phylis ........ ........69 ........9B .88,192,193 ........69 100,179,191 95 .......105 .......102 ....10,169 .....101 .......102 ........69 151177 , ,181, 182,183,189 . .. .85 .. .. .95,190 . . . . .. .105 .90,127,210 . ..69 . . .. . . .168 . . . .149 .. . .96 .. . .101 133,202,222 133,202,222 177,188,189 . .. ...22, 97 133,162,193 ........69 ........105 ........89 ....103,169 .....105 .....95 ...70 ...89 ...93 ...94 ........70 ..70,131,139 ......19,98 ..24 187, 2011, 212 isa I 144, , 169 ..89, 109, 206 ,166, 205, 213 ........105 ........103 ...,.70 .....70,211 ........100 ,132, 148,203 ........104 .,......103 ,128,139,l76 ........84 .....89 ......89 ...70,193 ....l02 94 ...101 ....91 ..,..70 ...94,198 ....102 .....70 ...,...71 ....19.90 ....,22.71 Toll, Carol ..... . ,.,,., 71, 203 Tollefsen, Jim . .,,, , , 105129211 Tollefsen, Joyce ....... . . . , , Tonani, Ronald Joseph T001-IE, Ken .......... Tornow, Mike ...... Town, Betty ........ Townsend, Mr. Don . . . Tracy, Marjorie ..., 244 .. ......... 91 .......105 ...89,19B .....71 ......120 ...92,205 Tregellas, Grace ....... Tremblay, Mr. Joseph Tripp. Earl Lee ...... Tucker, James ..... Tucker, Marilyn ... Tuke, Bonnie . . . Turbak, Judie . . Turner, Adele . . Turner, Donna . . Turner, Randy .... Turnley, Robert . . . Turnley, Roberta . . Tussey, Gloria . . . Tussey, Nancy ...... Twombly, Nancy ...... U Ullrich, Patricia ..... Ullrich, Robert ,... Ullrich, Ronald ........... ...,...71 . .... 17,104 ...24,98 ...89 ...71 ...71 ..,10-4,169,179,191 ..........85,168 .......104,139 ......98 .....89 101 . .......... 85 . . . . . .71, 146, 176 103 179 191 Underdahi, Bonnie ...,,. 99, '130,,203,,206, 209, 220 Unger, Carrie ....... 88, 127, 128, 135, 153. Unger, Mrs. Eugenia . . . V Vagenas, Charlotte . . Valentine, Michael . . Van Camp, Richard . . Van Doren, Sandra . . 1 154, 203, 220 ............153 ...71, 133, 161,162 Van Dyke, Annette ........ , d Van 1-Iersett, Richar Vannurden, Donald . Varner, Larry ..... Vaughan, Margaret . . Vaughan, Marjorie . . Veter, Don ......,. Veter, Ronald .... Vevik, Ola ..... Viehouser, Brian Villars, Jim ..... Vincent, Sandra . Vinge, Shirley , , Voliva, Ben .... Vollert, Frances . . Vollert, Jeanette .71 .....95 128 .....71, 177,193,221 ......,24, 71, 154 ......169,213 ......88 .....88 ....105 ...99 .... 101 ,.........151 ....72, 199,210 ..........10l ..........93,204 ...72, 130,134,203 . ........ 23, 72 Voss, Richard ....... Wellman, Ron . . Wells. Bob ...... Wells, Mary Jane Wengeler, Duane Wenrick, Neil .... Wentling, Joan . . Werle, Rudy .... . . West, Karen ..... . . Westbrook, Ida Westerman, Gary . . Westfall, Bob .... Westfall Richard . . Westrom, Gary . . . Wetterau, Larry . . Wheeler, Ed .... Whelan, Patricia . White, David .... White, Deitra . . White, Jim .... White, Linda . . White, Ray ..... White, Rosalie . . . . White Rose . . . . . Whiteside, Al . . . Whitesitt, Rita . . Whitt, Roberta . Whitten, Sandra . Whittier, Judi ..... Wichterman, Jerry . . Wickstrom, John . . . Wiedmer, Deanna . . Wigen, Alan ..... Wilbanks, Lloyd ..... Wilbur, Sharon ....... Wilcox, Mrs. Virginia . . Wilde, Dennis ...... Wiley, Mrs. Ruby . . . Wiley, Sue ...... Wilhite, Gary ...... Wilkinson, Gerald . . Wilkerson, Cleosa . . . . .73,112,13l .......7.1 ......9l .73, 129' ' ' 199, 101, 1191791 .73, . . . . . . . .9a, . . . .73, 90 '. 1 I 104, v 1 '.' .' .' f .'1o'1, ......100, ....7:s,127, . . 119151191 ......73, .:::17,'9'1 ....74,192 ffff74,'192 .....1o1 '.9.5. .... 167, 1 n Williams, Betty . . Williams ,Jerry .. Williams, Joe .... Williams, Keith ,... Williams, Kenneth . . . Williams, Mike ...,. Williams, Ronald ........ . Williams, Ronald Lee Williams on, Paul .... . . . .99, 179, 105 . 98 102 . 93 . 94 201 . 98 191 121 168 168 . 73 152 100 168 147 .73 ,73 .94 .91 205 .73 . 89 212 128 203 . 73 178 137 . 86 105 . 73 132 193 155 . 84 105 193 205 104 . 96 104 .88 .96 191 W Wacker, Pamela ..... ...... 8 9, 148 Waddell, Patricia . . .........., '72 Wadholm, Don . . . .... 84, 117, 190 Wagner, Gary . . .... 72, 124, 128 Wahl, Kathryn ........ .... 8 9, 123, 158 Walker, Cecil .......... ......... 8 9 Walker, Dorothy Sharon . . ......... 97 Walker, Harold ............. 94, 178, 194 Walker, Howard ................ 86, 121 Walker, Lola . . . . . .72, 116, 135, 145, 150, 199, 200 Walker, Mike ...................... 99 Walker, Richard ..... .... 9 9, 179, 191 Walker, Robert Gene . . . ....... . .72 Walker, Sharon ..... . . .72, 89, 127 Wall, Bill ......... ....... .97 Wallen, Sandra . . . ..... . 103 Willoughby, Bruce ....... Wilson, Bruce ....... Wilson Martin ...74,1'14, ,13, Wilsonl Mary Ann ............. Wilson, Richard .............. . Wilson, Ronald . . . Wilson, Sandra . . Wilson, Sharon . . . Wingett, Sandra . . Winkler, Carolyn . . Winnington, Lynne ....... Wirsch, Karen . , . . . Wirsch, Ronald ... .. . . .. Witt, Kathryn . . ......... . . Witt, Sharon ........ 74, . . . . . . . . .74 . . . .74, 139, 176 220 ...........74,198 . . . .85, 184, 194 .......179,195 130 4 154, 210 . . . . .92 . . . . .91 . . . . 103 . . .74 . . . 74 .........75,166 74, 130, 134, 203 . . . .76, 126, 133, 160, 161, 162, 202 88, 168, 189, 213 74, 138, 202 117, 126, 135, 138, 151, 199, 200, ,223 Wittenberg, Wallace ............. 84, Wolford, Kay .................... Wolters, Eric . ....... 97, 168, 178, 184, Womack, Dan . . . . . . . Wood, Colleen ....... 90 Woodbury, Don ........ Woodward, Maxine ..... Worthington, Kay . Woudstra, Chris . . Wright, Joel ...... . . . . .97, 168, , 134, 135, 149, .........9s, . ...91,1e7, ...103, 137, ".'.'.'.'99. Waller, Florence . . . . . .99 Waller, Harvey .... .... 1 02 Wallingford, Kaye . . . . . . .101 Walt, Jerald ........ . . . .85 Walter, Bruce .... .............. 9 2 Walter, Nancy .... ............ 8 9, 138 Warfield, Julie . . . .... 88, 122, 127, 128, 137, 202, 206 Warner. James . Warren, Linda . Warren, Michaelyn Watson, Frank .... Watt, David ..... Watt, Jerry . . , Watts, Judy . . Wavra, John . . . Wavra, Robert . . . Wayland, Richard Wayman, Danny Webber, Peggy , , Weber, Ken ..... Weber, Ronald . . Weberling, Karin Webster, Bruce . Weddle, Doug . . . Wehlicson, Ron . . 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