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

 - Class of 1964

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' -" . , . 2 ,.. 1 .h Q 11 was N- .. L f F N 1 Printed in Spokane Community College Printing Department Spokane, Washingtop NORTH CENTRAL I-ll H SCHOOL Spokane, Was inqfon P "Ask uoL whnl your country can do foli' you but what you Cam do for your country." Jol-IN 14. KENN1-im' 19117 - 1963 11:1 memoriam "A lC1lf1lCl' z1I'l'ectLs ClCl'll1lyQ he can never tell where his influence sLops." 1'1IiNRY Bkooxs Aim Ms GERALD S 1910 - TANNARD 1964 JAMES G. 1932 - 1 1 4 1 1 KX SIMMONS 1964 4 U J Xl X ' 1 .1-uv.-., ...na U... U.-H..--. ...-...-V.. -..,......,.. Disfricl' 8l Board Responsible for School Policies Superinfendenl' of Schools ls William Sorenson Since 1857, Spokane has been fortunate to have school boards who have given their time and energy to maintain fine schools where youngsters have opportu- nity conunensurate with their de- sire to achieve. Spokane School Board mein- bers serve without any reward other than the satisfaction that they are contributing to the suc- cess and happiness of succeeding generations. William C. Sorenson, Superintendent of Schools for District 81 l , -sq? I f ' fig: North CentraI's PTA president for 1963-1964 is Theo- dore Fournier Jr. Norih Ceniral Forfunaie To Have an Aclive PTA North Central was fortunate to have an active PTA. Through the year they held two meetings a month to keep abreast of current activities. Their purpose was to bring the home and school closer together, so the stu- dents could receive Greater benefits from their D education. S N 2 E J x Seated, PTA officers of 19634 ond vice-president: Mrs. Fred retary. Standing from left to man Kruiswyk, first Mr. Theodore Fournier, Judge Willard ll ll z l . :X l I JA: I are left to right. Mrs. Andrew Silver, sec treasurer: Mrs. Wheeler Cowan, sec are John P. Rodkey, principal: Mr. Her Mr. Carl Reeder, third vice-president t lil speaks to the PTA about school dropouts. 9 Z 4 up . N' 1. l P incipal John Rodkey Bears Many Responsibilifies Congrattllations to our staff and to our students for an esp cially fine school year. Perhaps our achievemei lts are not as obvious as we should like them to be. However, the courtesy of our students, enthusiasm of our community and the dedication of our staffl provide cause for gratitude. As the school year draws to a close we want to wish Mr. Cflill, who is leaving our family circle, success in his new ventures. His loyal services to North Cendral will not soon be forgotten. M70 wish for each student a happy summer. Bon voyage to s 'udents who have been graduated. We will miss yr u, but we extend to you our sincere hope for hmminvsc and success. -1-so i is .X k-as John Rodkey has time in his busy schedule to spare from his job as principal. O l O I O Vice-Principal and Deans And :in School Supervision l 1 . . Many duties fall on the shoulders of V1CC-lj1'1l1- cipal Edwarll Gill. lVhether working on disci- plinary problems or more pleasant assignments, he may always be seen working diligently in his of- fice. The stuzdents of North Central will miss Mr. Gill. His kihdness and services as vice-principal will long be lemembered in the halls of NC. All studeiits of North Central owe thanks to their adviseiis, Kennth Mhyre and Patricia But- terfield. Thelir hours were long and filled, trying to help a stucilent or better North Central. I I l l I i l l From left to right are the cafeteria workers, Alice Gillespie, Viola Santora, Lillian Wood, DeAndre, Marie Johnson and Corinne Hirst. rtll v 1 ii V . gfiw' QL. . T ..,,, . 2 R l J .J Part-time workers are Edith Johnson and Mildred Baker. '10 From left to right are Sandra McGee, clerk-typist: Helen Wayland, book- After more than 10 years of faithful service. room: Georgiana Backenstoe, guidance clerk: Anita Swanson, nurse: Syl- Herman Wooddell retired from his via Meuler, bookkeeper: Marjorie Jennings, attendance clerk, and Mildred position of head custodian at North Central. The Glidden, senior secretary. students will remember him Cafeteria, Cttice and Custodial Statts All Important to School Functioning Academic and activity records of every North Central student are kept by the office staff. Job applicants and college students turn to the office workers for grade transcripts and reconnnenda- tions for prospective employers and for colleges. Keeping the school clean is a big job for the janitorial staff. They work many hours to achieve North Central's spotless appearance. Attractive, well-balanced meals and various snacks are served daily in the school cafeteria. Here also during the preschool hours, one finds students studying or visiting. Members of the custodial staff are top to bottom, left to right, Bob Cochran. Richard Muzatko. Gordon Fanning, Eathen Sisk, Zada Wendler, Blaine Gill and Herman Wooddell. if' ' ,ifffyx-M f0l' the many hours of service he dBVOt6d to both school and extra duties. ,ff i James Griggs Department Head Stenography Helen Stockdale Distributive Education DECA Club Mary York Bookkeeping Commercial Club Norman Erickson Blair Glover Bookkeeping Office Practice ASB Faculty Committee Lyle Jewell A. A. Manfred Typing Typing Business Manager Varsity Baseball Business Courses Lead to Career Opportunities Commercial courses are among offered in high school. the most immediately useful subjects Courses in business education are helpful in laying a foundation for a business career, and they also pr life. Through business education, Some require further training, 0 reers in business, two-year courses are offered. Office practice and courses. Mrs. Helen Stockdale instructs an attractive display for their ovide useful information for personal many careers are open to students. thers do not. In preparation for ca- in typing, shorthand and bookkeeping distributive education are one-year Larry Wieber while they arrange class. Left to right, Patty Filzen, Kathy Judd, Kay Materne and Mary Lynn York learn machines in office prac- tice class. I 2 I . 1 ' , , -1. - . a Vw wa. F . f Y, .x... y 4.., Z: 'li H X ,Q I l g w , tv 133, Q., . L L L -iivil f ri 1 if -fisisg' 4. :iifiiifl ' Helen Oscarson Laura Briscoe Helen Cain Oro ia McHugo Carol Newett Department Head Latin French - panish German French, Latin Latin Club Spanish Leagu Committees Tamarack Pronunciation and Conversaiion Principal Pari of Foreign Language Siudy Tape recordings, records and films aid in pronunciation and conversation and increase interest in the country and its people. Through foreign languages, students learn about the people and customs of other lands. Learning vocabulary and grammar is a major part of the curriculum. The students also learn about the country's culture and acquire writing and reading ability in these classes. Mrs. Oscarson teaches her second year French students with books and tape recordings. New to Nortp Central this year, Mrs. Orosia McHugo coaches her reshman Spanish class. 'E 'T 15 I rg 4? r I if I3 1 l I i I l i Gerald Stannard William Diedrick Boys' PE Boys' PE Varsity Basketball Ninth Football 1910-1964 Barbara Eddy Painting Basic Art Myma Leichner Girls' PE Color Girls i A. G. Tiemann Senior Band Instrumental Ensemble Ralph Montroy Creative Drawing Lettering James G. Simmons Choir Music Appreciation 1932-1964 Vicki Donahoe and Annette Nevdahl pose for art students Don Puddy, Cheryl House, Judy Christie, Linda Benjamin, Dianna Iron and Sandra Sellers. I4 Charles Long Boys' PE Varsity Tennis PE, Ac Physica opportun through exe poise and nation ar Studen specializi and oil p design and nd department of enj oym The u derstandi Lucile Lill Girls' PE Red Feathers Julie Stanley Girls' PE Color Girls Art, and Music Otter Varied tiv ities for Interested Students l e ity ducation offers to every student the ' to keep his body strong and well rcise and fun. Students gain posture, nfidence. Sportsmanship and coordi- atured in all PE departments. of the fine arts department explore in phases such as fashion design, crafts ting after learning basic principles of colors. erstanding gained through the music provides to students an enduring basis t and pleasure through a broader un- of modern culture. C C t s ng ain en ng ndlxdf i t E I George Theodorson Vern Broadwell Leonard Graham Department Head Woodshop Electronics Mechanical Drawing Stage Manager Radio Club Homemalcing and Industrial Arts Help Sfuclents Prepare for the Future Library and Slucly Hall Also Fill a Student Need The fundamentals of hoineniaking are essential, as every girl will be a llOlllCll12lliCl'. Basic courses are given to freshmen and additional classes are offered to interested girls. The North Central library is a valuable teaching center where students find a quiet atniosphere con- ducive to study and research. Boys who are interested in any of the trades find industrial arts courses very valuable. Mechanical drawing is essential for prospective engineers. - 've V' J Many students transfer from study hall to the library for use of reference materials. Alvin Olson uto Shop Stiilient Busses Elizabeth Ki llingsworth Dep artment Head Foods Herbert Russell Vocational Metal Helen Beaver Clothing School Service Mxkkelson Relations V- Blame Bennett Study Hall B Football ' W N r 9 . ' ' ft.. f s. - .JF-' Q .. z 31, -P I., 3555 'fl .flux i 'ff ,Q 5 , " , A Lillian Barnes L Library .brary Club "u ."'. Jeannett Brush Library Library Club I5 I 1 . 4 i f 11 l ' I ! . QF Q J 1 .. i . l , ,. Joseph Tremblay English Department Head Journalism Success of Team-Teaching Mastery of the English language is the first step to success. Our En- glish program has been develop ed with this in mind. The addition of the English five team-teaching program this year as a nonexperimental class is a great step toward this goal. All students must take the first six semesters of English. In addition, students who have completed s' Senior Composition and Senior semesters of English may enroll in iterature. The courses are practically "musts" for students who will attend college. Even though a student may not go on to college, the ab in today's highly competitive so ility to speak and write Well is essential ciety. Main objectives of the English Department are to help every student learn to think logically and to expression of thought. aid him in both his oral and written This is accomplished in various stages. Freshmen concentrate on grammarg Sophomores on classic literature and more of the fundamen- Damelnavis tals of grammarg juniors make a Sophomore, Senior English 1 . X., fn, hula? l ii t . Guy Griswold Vivian Hager Leslie Hogan Sophomore, Freshman, Freshman English Junior English Sophomore English Varsity Wrestling if Gloria Letsch Freshman, Sophomore English I6 thorough study of American Literature in order to acquaint them with an important part of their American Her- itage, and here they begin to use the tools they learned in previous years. Senior English acquaints the students with classic literature in preparation for college. Senior students read "Our Town" in iterature classes. From left to right are Kathy Powell, Brian Reed, LeAnna Pleasant, Bob Cannata, Diane Brass and Deanne Mitchell. Resulis in Hs Permanenf Aclopiion Students are also given time for study in their English classes. In the foreground, Linda Orr and Teresa Hanson study while Mrs. McNew corrects papers. iff Jr A5 , Q Marilyn Owen Sharon Nustad Sophomore, Junior English Junior English League Committees League Committees QM 1' Maltcrner zrgaret Nistad Freshman, nior English Lglague Adviser Albert Mattus English Drama, Thcspians Lorraine McNew Freshman English Scholarship Chairman I LA Russell Meyer Senior English Vocabulary A Ax ix , 1 ...Q V N V A 'li l Q K vi x 1'."-.1112-:If-' A V l ':. - - A Tammy Reid Sophomore, Junior English Vox Pucllarum Sharon Nustad makes a blackboard notation for her second period Team-Teaching class. I7 Maih Courses Prepare Siudenis for College 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 raising the mathematical requirements in nearly all departments of instruction. Students should now be more vigorously "disposed to learn" than ever before. High school mathematics is undergoing extensive modernization. New methods and teaching skills are being used each year to prepare North Central stu- dents for college mathematics. By enrolling in courses in algebra, geometry, trig- onometry and analysis, students may become thor- oughly versed in quantitative fundamentals. X l I8 ' Zig .: ., . ' 5Y Q ,. ' ' 'Q ' X ,guts Q f' I X X .....Q r ' i iff i - +1 i Burrill Exley Advanced Math Math Club Dorothy Congdon Geometry Future Teachers John O'Leary Freshman Math William Lowther Geometry B Football John 0'Leary, math teacher, Robert Barnard Geometry Chess Club Edwin Kretz Algebra Varsity Football Mack Saunders Algebra Equipment Manager William Nye Algebra Boys' Intramurals appears to have fallen asleep on the job. George Smith Chemistry Department Head Ester Lancaster Biology Hall Display 1 ' s . X .,,, , i i ' S is-f KX xx xi Raymond Simonson Biology Boys' Golf Paul Tobie Biology Fire and Civil Defense Drills Left to right, Don Manildi, Richard X, Wentz, Marilyn Todd and Ron McRae use the stroboscope to view water waves in Orval Theisen's Sfudy of Science Seeks Answers 'l'o Man's E'l'ernal Queshons Science, ever-changing, challenges each student to seek the answeis to the eternal questions it poses. The scientific method of thought pro vides a means by which these questions may be answered In the past few years, inventions have been made which our fore fathers would have labeled "magic," but which have become common place in our lives. Every day, new advances are being made The field of investigation which was opened up through nuclear reseai ch IS only a beginning. We are far from the solution to the mysteries of the um verse. There is still a need to search for the answers. Every high school Vi FY : o. fb :s FY i-ln Ui cm ,.. 4 fb :: FY rr fb 0 :J- N : 6 fb FP o Ln o I-ln : P? :- fb CD fb Bi "1 Pl P' 2 Fi. 5 mv-x 55 'Ea 3 U' 0 vs VR F H 2323 U A 2 'Q v ll ' r v 'ffl .Wi .,,xiq2K'lKUsLrf79i :Q E .1 ,wil . A i"'l..z:iz14gg Biology Club -nf M' -Xxx S? Orval Theisen Physics Junior Homeroom Chairman f Q physics class. 1 A-if - r ! I i l Gregory Sanford Social Studies Department Head Dr. Thomas Anderson World History Publicity Chairman Muriel Allison U.S. History Honors Board Robert Bland World History Freshman Tennis xr Social Studies Deparfmeni' Leads Our social studies curriculum was designed to prepare students to become better citizens in today's troubled world. lfVith the knowledge of the past and present, it was hoped that the students would use the information to the betterment of themselves and America. Through a knowledge of economic, social and political systems, we are able to understand the unrest in various parts of the world caused by infiltration of lfVor1d Com- munism and its threat to America's society. Department head, Gregory Sanford, takes roll in his Contemporary World Problems class as Tom Griffith looks on. Gerald Conrath U.S. History Social Studies Forum 20 t . -,ly a dk ' X N N C c s . 'X Q V :D ft fi x . s gf Y ' .y - fl' Virginia Drew World History Data Processing Miss Allison ,goaches Sandy Brockway and Dennis .uhlman in their history class. 'ro Culfural Enlighfenmenf Classes are oriented in all four years to stress the bene- fits of a capitalistic and democratic society. Contemporary VVorld Problems' study is particularly beneficial to seniors because it helps to develop their awareness of our polit- ical-social life. Students learned of the uniqueness of America's government, its equality of rights and oppor- tunities available to the citizen, in preparation to his assuming the duties of a life in our society. To help the students to know and appreciate their her- itage and what America should mean to them, the social studies department has a well-balanced program includ- ing: World, Northwest and United States History, Eco- nomics, Social Psychology, Current Problems and Geog- raphy. With three years of social studies required for grad- uation, it is hoped that students will be better prepared to meet the challenges of a competitive society. The purpose of history study is to learn from the past and apply this knowledge to future problems, and these studies are intended to stimulate the interest of the students in the happenings of today. Conrad Wicht, new to North Central this year, teaches Washington History to Freshman students. ,,,-M Richard Hannnn Washington History Varsity Wrestling ones Eugene Lister World Geography il Track -A A56 R 'Isa A ,K I I l,,gw,, Wallace Russell World History Senior Adviser Conrad Wlchi World History Audio-Visual Equipment X Q X' C X 'Sex I I V E X 6 W 3' ' . S Q ,-7 "f2 1 x Q if si J' , W ' at k 3, Qi , . 1' D Q Q cl 'H " V '.rjl" 'A H -5. '. tg I0 5: fs S mywvi- Ei.-1 :LW N Q- Q' 'M 5 , Their School Spirii To build up ZllLCl1Cl2l11CC al the games, cons were held during the school clay. Students obtained game Lickels zu ll reclucecl price if they pur- chased them at school. Special seals are reserved for participating students supporting the two teams on the floor. L i M L F Mouseketeers Terry Lawson and LeAnna Pleasant Laurie and Nancy Gausman present an honorary Mouseketeer's hat to Don Manildi for his fine participation in the con. at the Girls' League Fall Style Show 25 S Qu" Q Q, Q. 5, 1 1 7' Nw 6 . .J 1 Q 5 5. i' Wap y f F 3 ' X . rw' S L Q., Q ., fgg nf-wig.: B u V1 tlif-fa n' gy ' M 'ff 12: 1 4 V Ya K hyvaayf Q4 A lgv' ,- .,,,,f aw, X,3,,., 151, ,V 'vw uf ,gg I A ah, www-GR Q9 3 mega! -Sv Rin T:4' XXKQ Ek A, A-Nh "Spring has sprung, the grass has riz, they wonder where the birdies Found is." Linda Jewell, Peggy Mathers, Jack Reynolds, Rebecca Johnson and John Litten are all ready for spring in their cotten day outfits, but the weather has different ideas. New Tradil'ion ls Added by This the low form ol Key Cl North to walk the Inc Central .nl Winner Millie Jenkins proudly carries the "Big and Little Sister" plaque as her little sister, Carlen Duehning, follows. The Monte for the 28 Nz' you enter North Central by the east door, Key Club the school with an Indian mascot on the lower School Club year a new tradition was added to er hall floor of North Central in the an Indian, painted and presented by ub. Out of respect to the Indian, Central's mascot, no one is allowed , upon the image. The boldness of lian symbolizes the spirit of North officers, Nikki Charlton, Clo Roqen, Jerry Brown, and Bill Brougham, take a break after decorating Carnival. Choral groups and the band joined together to perform the Thanksgiving convocation North Central's choral director. Valen1'ine's Day ls Honored by a Saint Valentines Day was a suitable occasion for the Associated Student Body to hold their mid-winter date dance which they called Embrassez-Moi. Couples danced to the music of the Marauders in the atmosphere of the Blue Room. The dance was the first ASB-sponsored date dance of the year, put on by the officers and the help of the Senate. The girls wore dressy dresses and heels and the boys wore white shirts and ties. l The Mississippi Jubilee Singers entertain students at a special entertainment con. the direction of James G. Simmons, 4-Q , i W1 -gp 'df' Dancing? Yes, the students are dancingl They are doing the "bird," a popular dance at Embrassez-Moi. 29 Resting before resuming the annual "Sadie Chase" are Cheryl House, Peggy Hansen, Lori Gausman, Jody Davis, Gloria Rohner, Kathy Michelson and Chris Olson. Marryin' Sams Very popular at the Sadie Selebration were the Marryin' Sams. This year the preachers were members of the faculty. Long lines of couples with their mar- riage certificates waited to take their vows and receive their rings at the dance. Sadie Sity with its many attractions is visited by everyone. 30 Sandy ners, prize. Bette This annual attrac boy Murry and her date Larry Bruya taking first econd-prize winners in the costume judging were and her date, Ken Bisbee. and his date won third prize as costume win- . f 5 . . . . 'Sadie Selebraiion' the Girls' League sponsored its Hawkins Dance adding many new Held in the old gym, the girl-ask- also included such activities as bingo, shop, a woman teacher-fortune teller. horsesho s, and an art gallery. Everything was free exce t the refreshments and the tickets. These aciivities were for variety or those who did not wish to dance. Vegeta' le corsages were available for the girls to buy fo ' their guys. ................. Sadie Bisbee Carol Chris Committee chairmen are, Front Row: Margie Overhouser, Gay Elbrecht. Second Flow: Karen King, Sherry Magers. Third Row: Billie Wood. ' F' " ' 'ii sin. , . A Lynette Torrisi, Denise Perkins and Sherry Chapman lead cheers at a noon pep rally before the game with Shadle Park 4 and the Football Festival Dance. 5... ASB Presenfs Football Festival ""' This year the Associated Student Body presented its first annual Football Festival. Ten girls, who were to run for the three finalists, were chosen from the senior class. In a con held in the morning these finalists were introducedg and from these three, one was to be crowned queen. Pep rallies were held during the lunches, and the students showed great school spirit. In the afternoon, the football team played its game and won. The finale was the dance held during the evening with the main feature being the crowning of the Queen e of the Football Festival. Red Feathers form a , 5. - Queen Jacinta.Caballero and her princesses sit at the Football Festival Dance which Bonser and Nikki Charleton who were selected from ten semi-finalists including the Perkins, Marlsue Nelson, Bonnie Kringle and LeAnna Pleasant. Front row: Connie Bisble nd Craig Lee, rushes onto the field. 'WH ' .IJ vii for the team at halftime. Lettermen, Ken a paper sign through which the team , T A3 :Q x-,, A G . it-nf 'fQ:"'f' i t 3 in their honor. The princesses are Jean pictured at the right. Back row: Denise Diane Brass and Sandy Brockway. L...- A military escort accompanies the horse-drawn caisson as it proceeds to Arl ngton National Cemetery ,. World Mourns Deafh November 22, 1963, will always be reniembered as a day ol' tragedy and a day of great sorrow for ,'XIIlCI'lCIlllS and the world over. John Fitzgerald Ken- nedy, 35th President of the United States, was shot down by a sniper's bullets in Dallas, Texas. All the world mourned this beloved man who strongly fought lor what he though was right. His death proved to the world, though, that the country he loved and fought so hard to maintain must and will go on even in the face of a crisis. effing .wr Ama ed and shocked stud nts watch the latest news of the late Presidents death between classes Look not monmfully into the Pastg it comm not back again Wisely improve the P1'c5ent,' it is thine. Go forth to meet the slzadowy Ffzmzxnf witlzouf fem' . . HI-ZNRX' XA7AlmvoR'1'H LoNc:F1c1,1,ow x ,. ,x ,M x 1 3 Officers Lead Seniors Dixie Houk Secretary 36 Craig Lee President Russell Bishop Vice-President 11-:-'7' Through Evenfful Yea Sharon Chapman Treasurer 40 S+uclen+s . . . Students receiving 3.2 or better for seven semesters, Lansing, Gail Chapman, Sharon Moe, Marilyn Fugate, Jill Jewell, Linda Anderson, Gary Cuffin, Karol Jenkins, Mildred Campbell, Naomi Simpson, Craig Crillith, Toni Kemp, William Green, jennifer Lee, Craig Baldwin, Judy Aldinger. Monica Moliter, Lanrene gs. ffl' fv .- 1 1' Rosemary Hill Gene Miller Lamb, Vikki Child, Bette Perkins, Denise Bonin, Ruth Andersen, John Oslund, Patricia Overhauser, Mary Lou Campbell, Kay Bonser, jean Seidel, Margaret Funseth, Catherine Gregor, Barbara Houk, Dixie Boschee, jane Taschcreau, Marie Jones, Ralph Stanley, Margaret Sally Mulligan Sharon Stra in order of class rank: Allen, Vicki Kringlen, Keith Kovacevich, Duane Griffith, Carol Rowland, David F orrey, Carol Manildi, Don Van Dyke, April Edwardson, Linda Kringle, Connie McMullin, Carol Hobbs, Barbara Brown, Jerry Caballero, Jacinta Charlton, Nikki Jordan. Andy Alferness, Gloria Baldwin' Judy Kaye Aldinger, Monica News Malling Staff: ers: FTA: Biology D a n c e , Publicity League Committees: Red Feath- Club: ASB Committees: Big Sister: Silver Pin: ASB, News Represent- ative: Girls' After-School Sports Commercial Club: FNA: League Representative, Big Sister: Senior Breakfast Committee: Modem Dancing: Bowling Allen, ,Vicki Louise FNA, Treasurer: Red Feathers: League Martha Committee, Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB Repre- sentative: Girls' After-School SPONSI Gym Office Worker: .Tun- ior Engineers' and Scientists' Summer Institute Anderson, Gary F. Key Club: Warrior: Homeroom Vice-President: B-Squad Basket- ball: Junior, Senior Class Repre- sentative: Golf Anderson, John Curtis Homeroom President: Whitworth. Summer Science Training Pro- gram: Representative to Rotary Club: Honor Student Arnevick, Arthur H. Transferred from Gonzaga Prep: Varsity Football, Track, Baseball: Warriors 38 ' Ak -av: -.-an Q L, sl. YR.. .gi-'l1f:. Aune, David Edward Special, Marching, Pep. Concert Bands: Traffic and Grounds Squad Red Feathers: FNA: League Stl- ver Pin: Girls' After-School Sports Baldwin, LeValley Richard Transferred from Puerto Rico: Varsity, B-Squad Football Barnhart, Wayne Earl Radio Club: B-Squad Track, Cross-Country: Frosh Track Barr, Norene Grace League Big Sister: ASB Repre- sentativeg League Representative: Roll Checker Baum, Nancy Lee Art Club: Homeroom Treasurer: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: News Representative Beattie, William Stuart Choir: 3C's, Vice-President Bellefeuille, Lynda K. Red Feathers: Color Girls: Com- mercial Club: Junior Prom Com- mittee: League Bronze Pin, Big Sister, Committees, Representa- tive: Girls' After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor Bennett, Gary Michael B-Squad Football: Frosh Track: Wrestling Berarducci, Michael Peter Frosh Football: Wrestling: Bowl- ing Best, Valery J. Aquettes: Biology Club: ASB Dance. C o - R e c Committees: League Committees, Bronze Pin, Big Sister: ASB, League Repre- entive: Special, Marching Bands: Choir: Girls' After-School Sports: Stu dy Hall Worker: Junior Achievement: Band Contest Win- ner, First Prize: Senior Con Com- mittee Bisbee, Kenneth Eugene Warriors: Key Club, Secretary: Homeroom President, Vice-Presi- dent: Varsity Football, Track, Basketball: B-Squad Basketball: Frosh Football, Baseball, Track: ASB Representative: Senior Com- mencement Committee of .. 16' 4 A I Bisbee, Margie Lee Tamarack Staff. Girls' Sports: Biology Club, Secretary-Treas- urer: FNA: Red Feather: ASB Honors Board: League Committee, Big Sister, Silver Pin: News Rep- resentative: Girls' After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor: Senior Com- mencement Committee Bishop. Judith Ann Commercial Club: League Com- mittees, Bronze Pin, Representa- tive: Girls' After-School Sports: Locker Monitor: Rest Monitor: Senior Reception Committee Bishop, Russell Edward Senior Class Vice-Presidentg Key Club: ASB Nominating Commit- tee: Homeroom President, Vice- President: Boys' State Alternate: Varsity Football: Junior Varsity Track: B-Squad Football: Frosh Cross-Country, Track: Key Club. Fifth Executive 'Coniemp' Classes Concenirate On Current' World Problems M4 Under the E of Delbert Jones, a Contemporary World Problems' class st dies current trouble spots of the world. 39 College-Bound Seniors AH'encl Conferences LVL Liv L T , Wfil .,.,...,,, Students listen attentively at University of Washinton conference. of area colleges in these conferences is designed to give college-bound students information about colleges of their choice. Biaaland, Linda Carol Cercle de Menage: Choir: League Committes. Big Sister. Bronze Pin: ASB Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Locker Mon- itor: Cafeteria Worker Bierke, Barbara Louise Big Sister: Bowling Black, Fred Leland ASB Committee: Homeroom Of- ficer: Varsity Track, Cross-Coun- try: Wrestling: Frosh Baseball 40 H , 5rf'fxe'1?:S1'f, .. 4595 me W- L r fggggzfgffs, A ,gfffwl -,fix fig ,jl5g.5 -...gig 1 ' 'N ' r f- 5:35 ' - 'iw . " Hifi ,ln :.,J51.h 1i . .. . V W.. fav. 'xx l , ,W , ., -1 Y Igfgr . "ff 35 91: 'Qifyl Qi ' "Q-H' :1,. H K Blair, Patricia Girls' After-School Sports: Bowl- ing: Locker Monitor: Junior Achievement Bonin, Ruth Ellen L e a g u e President: Tamarack Staff, Managing Editor: Vox Puellarum, Historian: Quill and Scroll: ASB Honors Board, Chair- man, Finance Committee: Twin- low: League Honors Board: Gold with Ruby Pin: Tamarack, League Representative: Commer- cial Club: Girls' State Alternate: Honor Student: Senior Reception Committee: Vox Puellarum, Sec- retary Bonser, Jean D. Red Feathers: Color Girls: Vox Puellarum: ASB Honors Board: Homeroom Secretary: Junior Sen- ator: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB, Senior, League Representative: Tennis Boschee, Jane Ardis Transferred from Rogers: DECA: League Bronze Pln Bowman, Bonnie Irene Girls' Glee: School Play: Mixed Chorus Bradley, Raymond Robert News Representative Brakke, Richard Charles Brass, Diane Marie Transferred irom Holy Names: Roll Checker: League Commit- tees, Big Sister Breeden, Donald Raymond Homeroom President: Varsity Basketball: B-Squad Football, Basketball: Frosh Football, Bas- ketball: ASB, News Representa- tive: Golf: Senior Reception Committee W.: 1.1 Briggs, Robert Edward International Club: Homeroom Officer: Junior Varsity, Frosh Baseball, Golf: Senior Prom Committee Brockway, Sandra Leah News Staff, Advertising Manager: Commercial Club: Red Feathers: Color Girls: ASB Pep, Publicity Committees, Chairman: League Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB. News, Junior, Senior Representa- tive: Girls' After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: ASB Treasurer Broolrs, Betty Cercle de Menage: 3C's: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Junior Achieve- nent Brougham, William J. ASB Fifth Executive: Key Club: Junior Prom Committee: Home- room President: Varsity Football, Track: B-Squad Football, Track: ASB, Junior Representative: Honor Student: Senior Prom Committee Brown, Jerry Ernest ASB Vice-President, Representa- tive, Dance Committee: Tamarack Staff: Key Club: Junior Senator: Concert, Dance, Pep Bands: B- S q u a d Basketball: Waskowiu: Senior Commencement Commit- tee, Cochalrman Brunette, Larry Edward Warriors: Varsity, B-Squad Foot- ban: Golf 4l Bruno, Linda Joy ASB, League Representative: Bronze Pin: Junior Red Cross: Homeroom President, Vlce-Presi- dent, Secretary: Art Club: FTA: Aquettes: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Girls' Glee Club: Spanish Club: Bookroom Worker: Bowling: Junior Achievement Bruya, Lawrence David ASB President: Junior Class President: Tamarack Staff, Boys' Sports Editor: Key Club, Presi- dent. Board of Directors: Warri- ors: ASB Pep, Dance Committees: Junior Committees: Homeroom President: Frosh Senator: Varsity Football, Basketball: B-Squad Football. Basketball, Track: Frosh Football. Basketball, Baseball: ASB. Tamarack, Junior Repre- sentative: Junior Achievement: Social Studies Discussion Forum Bucher, Riclc L. Buck, Linda Jean 3C's Red Cross: League Big Sis- ter, Bronze Pin: Roll Checker: Gym Office Worker: Junior Achievement: Senior Commence- ment Committee Burne'H, Connie R. V a r s i t y Football, Basketball, Baseball: B-Squad Football, Bas- ketball, Baseball: Frosh Football, Basketball, Baseball: Warriors: All-City Football, 2nd Team Caballero, Jacinta Elena L. e a g u c Treasurer: Tamarack Staff: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Vox Pucllnrumg ASB Committee: llomeroom Secretary, Treasurer: Cheerleader: All-School Pla y : League Committees, Big Sister, Gold With Ruby Pin: ASB, Tam- arack. L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-Shool Sports: Golf Team, Captain: Honor Student! Senior Con Committee 42 Cable, Margo June Transferred from Shadle Park: Thespians: League Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Golf: Roll Checker: Office Worker Cafaro, Linda Patricia Color Girls: ASB Honors Board Committee: Homeroom President, Treasurer: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB Rep- resentative: Girls' After-School Sports: Ticket Office Worker Campbell, Kay Sharon Red Feathers: Commercial Club, Sergeant at Arms: DECA, Vice- President: FTA: Spanish Club, Fifth Executive: League Corn- mittees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: ASB, Le agu e Representative: Office Worker: Junior Achievement, Treasurer Campbell, Naomi Florence FNA: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: League Repre- sentative: Girls' After-School Sports: International Club: Honor Student Cannata, Robert Richard Transferred from Gonzaga Prep: Math Club: Junior Committee: Homeroom Vice-President: Var- sity Football: B-Squad Football, Basketball, Baseball Carver, Elmer Lawrence Debate: Bowling Cathey, Robert Earl Transferred from South Kitsap Senior High: German Club: Spe- cial, Marching, Pep, Concert, Dance Bands: Social Studies Dis- cussion Forum: Talent Club: In- ternational Club Caudill, Jon F. Math Club: Radio Club: News Representative: Tennis: Bowling: Second-Place Winner, F r o s h - Sophomore Math Contest Chapman, Sharon Alice ASB Treasurer: Senior Class Treasurer: Tamarack Staff, Sen- ior Section: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Chairman: Vox Puellarum, Fifth Executive: Latin Club, Secretary: Commercial Club, Ser- geant at Arms: ASB Finance Committee Chairman: Homeroom President: Sophomore Senator: Cheerleader: League Committees, Big Sister, Gold Pin: ASB, Tama- rack Representative: Girls' After- School Sports: Golf Team, Cap- tain: Honor Student: Gold with Ruby Pin so 1- - fl, Qffffr X- Charlton, Nykolee Ann , ASB Secretary: FNA: ASB Pub- licity Committee: Junior Dance Committee: Homeroom Secre- tary-Treasurer: Junior Senator: League Committees, Big Sister: ASB, League Representative: Spe- cial, Marchtng, Concert Bands: Band Secretary-Treasurer: Foot- ball Festival Princess: Honor Stu- dent: Senior Con Committee Child, Bette Jean League Secretary: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Chairman: Vox Puel- larum, Fifth Executive, Sergeant at Arms, Secretary, President: German Club: ASB Publicity Committee: Junior Prom Com- mittee: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: Tennis Manager: League Committees: 'Big Sister, Gold with Ruby Pin: ASB, News, Jun- ior Representative: Girls' After- School Sports: Tennis Team: Honor Student Christie, Jerry Golf: DECA, Parliamentarian: l-Iomeroom Vice-President: Red Cross Representative Committee Prepares tor Cap and Gown Fittings Cap and Gown Committee begins fittings. Committee members are, from left to right: lLront Row: Gene Miller, Cheryl House, Vicki Lamb, Connie Kringle, Phyllis Nelson. Second Row: Pat Osso, Bonnie Smith, Sandee Ph rness, Jer-ry Ward, Sally Mulligan, Marilyn Moe. Standing are Dolores Dickey and Danny Lannigan. 43 Clark, Burl DECA: Homeroom President Clark, Donna Ann 3 C ' sg Biology Clubg Debate' :lm X.-f x., 'YP is . League Silver Pin: Roll Checkers " 'V' Fm' Traffic Squad: WWSC Summer Seminar: Honor Student Clark, Kaye Wesley Radio Clubg Cafe Worker Clark, Lalonna E. Transferred from Medical Lake. Girls' After-School Sports Clemenson, Carol J. 3 C's: League Committees, Big Sis- ter, Bronze Pin: News Represent- ative: Roll Checker Coffey, Margaret Jane Cercle de Menage: Big Sister: Girls' After-School Sports: Lock- er Monitor 44 ve -12 ., L .Wu i af' - 'fro ,X is if 1 1 W "xt ia A . lx'- at Q Ay gms sew 1 . ...K ,. ylys. ,Al f "3 , R Ji - 13. .V ' 1 ' 4. is wr' , x , if 1 1 , S531 , , . 'Y' , NRE .4 . vw " pw To Fil' or Noi' 'ro FH fi'-A , Trying ' ercises caps and gowns in preparation for graduation ex- Gary Anderson, Jacki Leslie and Jane Kelley. Colleti, Kathryn Pearl Transferred from M e a d: Roll Checker Collingham, David Bowling .,, 3 Copley, James B-Squad Tennis, Wrestling: Frosh I' e n n i s , Wrestling: Cafeteria Worker Countryman, Margaret Ann Orchestra: Marching, C o n c e r t Bands Creighton, Dennis Wayne Biology Club: Warriors: ASB Pep Committee, Chairman: Homeroom President: Student Trainer, Var- sity, Junior Varsity, Frosh, Foot- ball, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Cross-Country: Senior Con Com- mitee, Cochairman Culp, Sandra Lee Red Feathers: Color Girls: DECA: Commercial C l u b : Homeroom Secretary: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB Rep- rcsentative: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Bookroom Worker Cyrus, Carmen L. Homeroom Secretary: Big Sister: Bowling: Junior Achievement Damon, James Robert Math Club: ASB Honors Board, Co-Rec, Elections Committees: Varsity, Junior Varsity Cross- Country: Junior Varsity, Frosh Track: Warriors Daniels, Larry James Transferred from Gonzaga Prep: Homeroom President 1 , ?Ns. .E ,..,-1 i f 'ff D'Assisi, Larry J. News Staff: B - S q u a d , Frosh Baseball, Football: Intramural Sports Davis, Roberta Rebecca Red Feathers: Commercial Club: FTA: Latin Club: ASB Commit- tee: Junior Dance Committee: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: Bowling: Roll Checker Dea ring, Sharon Ann Aquettes: ASB Committee: Homeroom President, Secretary: Red Feathers: League Commit- tees, Silver Pin, Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Gym-Office Worker: Locker Monitor DeBoH', Cherilyn Anne News Staff, Reporter: Commer- cial: Latin Club: League Com- mittee, League Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Tamarack Staff, School Life Section: Varsity Golf Team: Gyln Oifice Worker: Locker Monitor: Tamarack Representative: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Girls' After-School Sports Dellinger, Charles E. Varsity Cross-Country: J u n i o r Varsity, B-Squad, Frosh Track Delong, Barry News Representative: Landscap- ing: Intramural Sports: Locker Monitor 45 deVidal, Cheryl Lynn Red Feathers: 3C's Secretary: FNA: ASB Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: League Committees Dickey, Dolores Ann Red Feathers: Color Girls, Secre- tary: Aquettes: Commercial Club. Vice-President: Cercle de Men- age, Fifth Executive: Choir: In- ternational Club: League Commit- tees: Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB, L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Nurse Work- er: Concession Worker: Junior Achievement, Secretary: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee, Co- chairman Dodgen, Sharon Rae Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Junior Representative: Senior Reception Committee Dolan, Cheryle Gail Spanish Club: News, Magazine Representative: Big Sister: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Check- er: Locker Monitor Doyle, Marilyn Jo Transferred f r o m Sammamish High School, Bellevue, Wash. Eacho, James Patrick Homcroom President: B - S q a d , Frosh Football, Basketball, Base- ball: Senior Prom Committee 46 Edwardson, Linda Lee Red Feathers: Color Girls, Ser- geant at Arms, Chairman: All- Activity Shield: League Big Sis- ter, Bronze Pin: Girls' After- School Sports: Tennis: Safe-Drlv- ing Representative: Locker Mon- itor: Senior Reception Commitee Eide, Carole Tawnie Tamarack Staff, Art Editor: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Art Club: Vox Puellarum: ASB Publicity Committee: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: League Representative: Girls' After- School Sports: Tennis: Senior Re- ception Committee Ellingson, John Carroll Jr. Radio Club, Presidentg Biology Club, Vice-President: Social Studies Discussion Forum, Chair- man: Bowling Enrique, Armando Transferred from Cuba Erickson, Ro-bert Edwin Warriors: Junior Committee: Homeroom President, Vice-Presb dent: Varsity, B-Squad Baseball: ASB, News, Junior Representa- tive: Bowling: ASB Fifth Execu- tive Evans, Ernest Rodney ASB Committees: Junior Class Committee: Frosh F o o t b all : Grounds Squad Fait, Geri Jo I-Iomeroom President, Vice-Presb dent, Treasurer: League Commit- tees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB, L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-School Sportsg Roll Check- er: Locker Monitor Filzen, Diane Lea Red Feathers: Commercial Club, Secretary: Majorette: L e a g u e Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB, League Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Office Worker: Senior R e c e p t i o n Committee Filzen, Patty Ann Red Feathers: Commercial Club, Treasurer: Homeroom President: Majorette: Silver Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: ASB, League Representative: T i c k e t Office Worker X N fi? . Q- ,gf-5-' It 'bm vf 1:1-Q, 1' Fisher, Arthur L. B-Squad Footballg Band Fisk, Darrell A. Wrestling: Radio Club Fiskland, Norma Carolyn News Staff: Tamarack Index Ed- itor: Red Feathers: Color Girls: FTA: Commercial Club: ASB Landscaping, Co-Rec Committees: Junior Committees: Homeroom Treasurer: Junior Press Club: Head Majorette: League Commit- tees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB Representative: Quill and Scroll: Wrestling Princess: Office Worker Senior Co-Rec Otters Evening of Fun-Filled Activity he ?-sf Zi' An excited and enthusiastic crowd gathers for a fast-moving round-robin ping-pong tournament at the Senior Co-Rec. Senior Peggy Smith hands the paddle to Dean Walker while Lynette Torrisl waits her turn. M5 -:EW Q9 , , 47 O Flatt, Linda Louise Red Feathers: Color Girls: Social Studies Discussion Forum, Treas- urer: Spanish Club: 3C's, Secre- tary: ASB Committees, Repre- sentative: League Committees, Silver Pin, Representative: News Representative: D e b a t e , Whit- worth College Tournament: Team English Secretary Forbes, Janice Kay Red Feathers: Color Girls: Vox Puellarum: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB, League Representative: Tennisg Gym-Office Worker Forrey, Carol Ann Tamarack, Activities Editor: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Latin Club: German Club, Secretary: ASB Committee: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: Tamarack, L e ai g u e Represcntativeg Girls' After-School Sports: Varsity Ten- -lis, Captain Forsstrom, Steven Wayne Warriors: Latin Club: Biology Club: Varsity, Junior Varsity, Frosh Cross-Country: B-Squad, Frosh Baseball: S e n i o r Con Committee Foster, Judith Rae Girls' Glee: School Play: Mixed Chorus: Big Sister Fugate, Jill Marie Red Feathers, Historian: Color Girls: Vox Puellarum, Fifth Ex- ecutive: Biology Club: FNA, Pin: ASB Scholarship Committee: Sen- ior Cnrds and Announcements Committee: All-Activity Shield: Homeroom President, Treasurer: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: Tennisg Locker Monitor: Quill and Scroll Essay Contest Winner: Junior Achievement: Honor Student 48 H "X rl 'TY Funseth, Catherine Ann News Staff, Associate Editor: FTA: Quill and Scroll: Homeroom Secretary: Junior Press Club: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: A S B , Tamarack, League, N e w s Representative: Golf: Senior Reception Committee Galvin, Susan Marie Big Sister: Junior Achievement, Treasurer: Roll Checker Gaschet cle l'lsle, Vaughn Radio Club: Red Cross: Varsity Football: B - S q u a d Football, Track: Frosh Football, Track: Senior Con Committee Gaunt, Carol Frances Transiered from Long Beach. California: Art Club: League Committees, Big Sister: Bowling: Roll Checker Gausman, Robert Wayne ASB Vice-President: Tamarack Staff, Photographer: Warriors: Biology Club: International Club, President: ASB Publicity Com- mittee: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Senator: Varsity Track, Cross-Country: B-Squad Baseball: ASB Representativeg Junior Achievement Geiger, Robert Eugene News Staff, Sports Editor, Assist- ant Sports Editor: Key Club: Quill :ind Scroll, Sergeant at Arms: DECA, Historian, Reporter: Junior Press Club: Frosh Tennis: N e w s R epresentative: Junior Press Honorable Mention, Second Place Award Gendron, Victor L. Transferred f r o m Shadle Park E jf t s: High School: DECA Gibbs, Judy Ann Transferred from Coeur d' Alene Senior High: Thespians, Histor- lan: School Play: Chi1dren's The- atre: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: International Club: Roll Checker: Bookroom Worker fx X57 A: J V 1 i l -L , ll -vw ,qv A em , L L gilt y-1 . -'Y lf b , , ,. Gibson, John Lew 1 .fi g .W A, it DECA , , B 5' " i ' -0 1-L. P' Xl.,-gy' -1.-:av N7 ,X . 4: , A Giles, Leona Mae Girls' Glee: League Representa- tive: Locker Monitor Gleason, Marilyn Jean Homeroom Secretaryg League Committees, Big Sister: A S B Committee: News, League Representative Goodwin, Sarah Elaine Red Feathers: Library Club, Pres- ldent, Treasurer, Historian: League Committees, Bronze Pin: Library Representative: G i r 1 s ' After-School S p o r t s : Library Worker X Gorrell, Brian Neil Transferred from Mead High School Greear, Janet Sue Big Sister: Bronze Ping League. News Representative: Roll Check- er: Public Office Worker: Senior Breakfast Committee Green,Jennifer Ann News Staff. Editor-in-Chief, News Editor, Feature Editor: Quill and Scroll, Secretary: Vox Puellarum, Secretary: Junior P r e s s Club: A SB Carnival Committee, Co- chairman: J u n i o r Commitee: Homeroom President: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB, Tamarack, League Representative: Junior Press First Place Columns Award: Senior Prom Committee 155241, Johnson and Ken Taylor. Senior Studio Offers Oppor+uni+y For Advanced Art Students X 3 ,.- i Advanced art students working on projects for Senior Studio are, clockwise from lower left, Kitti Scoles, Nancy Baum, Kathy 49 Graduation Pictures Will Provide Lasting Memories 'K' u e Seniors signing graduation pictures above are, clockwise from lower left, Flay Lawton, Verna Richards, Larry Loutherback, Pat Rooney and Vicki Lamb. Griffith, Carol Lee N e w s , Tamarack. Advertising Manager, Ad Editor: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls: Spanish Club, Fifth Executive, Treasurer: Art Club: 3C's, Secretary, Treasurer, Fifth Executive: Quill and Scroll: Aquettes: ASB Honors Board: Junior Committee: Homeroom Secretary: League Committees, Big Sister. Gold Pin: ASB Rep- resentative: Girls' After-School Sports: Cafeteria Worker: Senior Commencement Committee Vw' Griffith, Thomas George Key Club, Vice-President: War- riors: FTA: Social Studies Dis- cussion Forum, Chairman: ASB Carnival Cochairman: J u n i o r D a n c e Committee Chairman: Boys' State: Varsity, B-Squad, Frosh Football: ASB, Junior Rep- resentative: Wrestling: Junior Achievement: Honor Student: Club, President Guttin, Karol Lee Red Feathers: Color Girls: FTA: Vox Puellarum, Treasurer: ASB Scholarship Committee: Home- room Secretary-Treasurer: Choir: School Play: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: Senior Representative: Tennis: Roll Checker: Locker Monitor: Honor Senior Reception Committee: Key Student 50 jfs, Hamilton. Sandra Marian Homeroom Vice-President, Secre- tary, Treasurer: Big Sister: Bowl- ing: Office Worker Hanelc, James Kenneth Transferred from Hanford, Calif- ornia: Cross-Country: Wrestling Haney, Richard A. Harn, Robert E. Tamarack Staff, Photographer: Warriors, Secretary - Treasurer: Junior Committee: Homeroom President: B - S q u a d Football: Cross-Country, T r a c k : Golf: Wrestling Hass, Robert Allen News Representative: Bowling: Junior Achievement Hesseltine, Danny Grant Orchestra: S p e c i a l , Marching, Pep, Dance, C o n c e r t Bands: Bowling: Junior Achievement Hickey, Robert Edward J u n i o r Committee: Homeroom President: B-Squad Football, Bas- ketball: Frosh Football, Basket- ball: Tennis: Golf Higgins, Kent Eugene ASB Committee: Junior Commit- tee: News Representative: B- Squad, Frosh Football: Intramural Sports: Bowling: Grounds Squad Hill, Ronald Arvid Bowling: Stage Crew Hill, Rosemary Elaine L e a g u e Vice-President: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Secretary: 3C's: Cercle de Menage, Presi- dent, Secretary: FTA: ASB Elect- ion Committee: Junior Commit- tee, Chairman: Homeroom Secre- tary: Cheerleader: League Com- mittees, Big Sister, Gold Pin: L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Honor Student Hiller, Clifford Rollin Dance, Senior, Pep Bands Hiller, Clyde Donald Marching Band: Bowling: Gym Office Worker Hines, Richard Dale Team Manager, B-Squad Base- ball: B-Squad Track: Intramural Sports: Hall Guard: Traffic and Grounds Squad: Varsity Swim- ming: Children's Theater: Thespians Hobbs, Barbara Ann Red Feathers, Historian: Color Girls', Vice-Chairman: Biology Club: Cercle de Menage: Aquettes: League Committees, Big Sister, Gold Pin: League Honors Board: News, Junior, League Representative: A S B Committee: Girls' After-School Sports: Tennis: Locker Monitor: Honor Student: Senior Com- mencement Committee Hoefer, Dave A. Golf: Junior Class Committee Hoffard, William Joseph DECA: German Club: ASB Land- scaping Committee: Junior Com- mittees: N e w s Representative: Frosh Football Intramural Sports: Bowling: Lib r a r y Worker: Grounds Squad: Locker Monitor Hoffeditz, Shirley Joan Transferred from Helena, Mon- tana: Big Sister Holt, Richard K. Transferred from Gonzaga Prep: Varsity Basketball, Baseball: B- Squad Basketball, Baseball: Frosh Baseball: Warriors 5l Houk, Dixie Mae S e n i o r Class Secretary: R e d Feathers, Secretary: Color Girls, Secretary, Chairman: S p a n i s h Club, Vice-President, Secretary. Historian: ASB Election Commit- tee: Homeroom President: Color Guard: Silver Pin: Red Cross, L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-School S p o r t s : Bowling: Junior Achievement House, Cheryl Denise Transferred from Cheney High School: Tamarack Staff, Home- room Section Editor: Art Club: German Club: League Commit- tees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB, Tamarack Representative: -Junior Achievement: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Husby, Karen Jean Commercial Club: Cercle de Menage: DECA: Homeroom Vice- President, Secretary: Big Sister: Silver Pin: ASB, News Represent- ative: Girls' After-School Sports: Bowling: Student Office Worker Jacobsen, Anna Noreen Red Feathers: Silver Pin: Senior Representative: Girls' After- School Sports: FNA: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor: Senior Cards and Announcements Com- mittee Jelsing, Jerry J enlrins, Mildred Elizabeth Transferred from Cheney High School: Red Feathers: Color Girls: 3C's, President, Secretary, Treasurer. Historian: FNA, Sec- retary: Biology Club: Library Club, Secretary: Choir: League Committees, Big Sister, Big Sister Award: Silver Pin: Girls' After- School Sports: Bowling: Library Worker: J u n i o r Achievement: News Representative: All-School Play: Honor Student: Senior Breakfast Committee Chairman 52 , t I ,,.x JY, e-'H Im! Q-- , , s Jesmore, Patrick William W a r r i o r s, Sergeant at Arms: Homeroom Vice-President: Var- sity Track, Cross-Country: Junior Varsity T r a c k , Cross-Country: Frosh Track Jewell, Linda Mae League Secretary: Red Feathers, Sergeant at Arms: Color Girls: Commercial C l u b , Secretary, President: FNA, Secretary: ASB Publicity Committee: Homeroom President, Secretary: Sophomore Senator: Cheerleader: L e a g u e Committees, Big Sister, Honors Board, Gold with Ruby Pin: ASB, L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Tennis: Hon- or Student: Senior Commence- ment Committee Johnson, Jeanne S. News Mailing Staff: DECA: Mix- ed Chorus: Big Sister: News Rep- resentative: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll C h e c k e r : Nurse Worker: Locker Monitor Johnson, Kathie Sue Art Club: Aquettes: League Com-- mittees: Big Sister: Silver Pin: L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-School Sports Johnson, Rebecca Rene' Tamarack Staff, Associate Editor: 3C's, Treasurer, Secretary: FNA, Vice-President: Junior Commit- tee: Choir: Tepee Lighters: Sil- ver Pin: Junior Representative: Bookroom Worker: All-School Play: Senior Con Committee Jones, Carolyn Ann 3C's: Chi1dren's Theater: Big Sis- ter: Bronze Pin: Hall Guard: Thespians 4Con Committee Plans Show io Feature Variety of Talents L. Q-p The Senior Con Committee is caught rummaging through the costume room to find costumes for their show. They are: Front Row: Jacinta Caballero, Dennis Creighton, Suzi McCormack, Rebecca Johnson.. Second Row: Ken Taylor, Val Best Pe99y Smith, Steve Forsstrom, Nikki Charlton, Paul Worthy, Vaughn Gaschet de l'Isle. Jones. Ralph Clayton at Transferred from Sandpoint. Q 'e f' QQ Idaho: Varsity Football: Wres- tling: Honor Student Jones, Stephen R. Homeroom Secretary Jordan, Andy Arthur Key Club: ASB Honors Board, Scholarship Committees: Junior Dance Committee: Junior Sena- tor: Frosh Cross-Country: ASB Representative A Jordan, Judith Gayle DECA, Secretary: Choir, Secre- tary: Tepee Lighters: League Committees: Big Sister: Bronze Pin: League, News Representa- tive: Gym Office Worker: Junior Achievement: Senior Breakfast Committee Judd, Kathryn Louise Cercle de Menage: Girls' After- School Sports: League Bronze Pin, Committees: Nurse's Helper: Caf- eteria Worker Keclc, Wayne Sullivan Biology Club: Warriors: Varsity Basketball, Baseball: B-Squad Baseball, Basketball: Frosh Base- ball, Basketball 53 Kelley, Jane Red Feathers: German Club: Jun- ior Committee: League Commit- tees, Big Sister, Silver Pin. Rep- resentative: Girls' After-School Sports Kemp, William J. News Staff, Sports Editor: Biology Club, President: Key Club: Quill and Scroll: Warriors: Team Man- ager, Varsity Track, Frosh Base- ball, B-Squad Baseball: Alternate, Boys' State: Junior Press Club: Honor Student King, 'Karen Marlene Editor-in-Chief, Tamarack Staff: Commercial Club, Treasurer: So- cial Studies Discussion Forum, Treasurer, Secretary: Cercle de Menage, Treasurer: ASB Carnival Committee, Finance Committee, Representative: Tennis, Team Manager: Red Feathers, Treasur- er League, Representative, Sadie Hawkins Committee, G e n e r a l Chairman, Big Sister, Silver Pin: Quill and Scroll: Honor Student: Senior Reception Committee Kippenham, Dennis Dean Photo staff mi 1. X -Q. ..,. ia: . . f f M.. , 143 - I sl., ., , rv-- , 5'-an' 5 ' J Tesi Results Discussed tv- nf-1"+wn.l L Mrs. McNew takes time out from her busy schedule to discuss College Entrance Exam results with Vaughn Gaschet de l'IsIe, left, and Duane Kovacevich, right. 54 Knapp, Frieda Marie 3C's, Historian: Choir: All-School Play: Tepee Lighters: Bowling: Locker Moniter Kovacevich, Duane Jon Thespians, Treasurer: Social Studies Discussion Forum: Junior Class Representative: Homerooni President: Frosh Football: Choir: Band: Children's Theater: All- School Play: Tepee Lighters: Honor Student Kreitz, Allen Varsity Track: Cross-Country: B-Squad Wrestling: Frosh Track: Junior Prom Committee Krell,Judi+l1 Marie Red Feathers: Color Girls: FNA, Treasurer: Commercial C l u b : Cercle de Menage: Latin Club: League Big Sister, Silver Pin, Committees, Representative: Sen- ior Representative: Girls' After- School Sports Kringle, Bonnie Sue ASB Treasurer, Representative, Finance Committee, Pep Commit- tee: Junior Class Secretary: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: 3 C ' s , Treasurer, Girls' Counselor, Historian: Latin Club: Cheerleader, Chairman. League Committees, Representative, Big Sister: Gold Pin: Girls ' After- School Sports: Senior Commence- ment Committee Kningle, Connie Lue ASB Secretary, Representative, Pep Committee: J u n i o r Class Treasurer: 3 C ' s , Corresponding Secretary, Fifth Executive: Latin Club: H o m e r o o m Secretary: Cheerleader, C h a i r m a n : Red Feathers: League Gold Pin, Big S i s t e r , Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Kringlen, E. Keith Key Club: Junior Class Commit- tee: B-Squad Basketball: Frosh Track: ASB, Junior Class Repre- sentative Kuhlman, Dennis Senior Prom Committee: March- ing, Concert Band: Head Drum Major LaBarge, Helen Louise News Staff, Managing Editor: Color Girls: Quill and Scroll: ASB Committees, Representative: Homeroom President: Choir: All- School Play: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin, Represent- ative: News. Tamarack Represent- ative: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Office Worker: Senior Prom Committee Lamb, Vikki Patricia Red Feathers, Sergeant at Arms: FNA: FTA: Spanish Club. Vice- President: Vox Puellarum: ASB Co-Rec Committee, Representa- tlve: Homeroom Secretary, Treas- urer: League Committee. Big Sis- ter, Silver Pin, Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Junior Engineers and Scientists Summer Institute: Social Studies Discuss- ion Forum: Honor Student: Sen- ior Caps and Gowns Committee Lampert, Jean Agnes Talent Club: Social Studies Dis- cussion Forum: Thespians: Music Festival: Orchestra: All-School Play: Chlldren's Theatre: League Bronze Pin: Bookroom Worker Lang, Donna Mae League Bronze Pin: Girls' After- School Sports: T e n n is : Roll Checker ' w 6 ii sf W... ""'f:s 'H 'FT' -.X fn, 3 Lannigan, Daniel Arden Warriors: ASB Committee, Rep- resentative: Junior Class Commit- tee: Homeroom President: Team Manager, Varsity Football: Color Guard: Varsity Track: Cross- Country: Junior Varsity Track: B-Squad Football: Red Cross Representative: Marching, Pep: Concert Bands: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Lansing, Gail Jean Red Feathers: Color Girls, His- torian: Art Club, President, Vice- President: Vox Puellarum: ASB Finance, Honors Board, Publicity Committees: Homeroom Presi- dent: League Committees, Big Sis- ter, Gold Pin, Representative: S e n i o r Represenatlve: Girls' After-School Sports: Library Worker: Social Studies Discussion Forum: Junior Class Publicity Chairman: Honor Student: Vox Puellarum Vice-President LaPiante, Jeanette Marie News, Bookroom, Business Man- ager: Tamarack, Bookkeeper, Bus- iness M a n a g e r: Color Girls: DECA: Commercial Club: Quill and Scroll, Treasurer: L e a g u e Committees, Big Sister, Repre- sentative. Bronze Pin: Tamarack Representative: G l r 1 s ' After- School Sports: Cafeteria Worker Larson, Patricia Ann 3 C's: League Big Sister Lattish, Judith Ann Library Club: Choir: Mixed Cho- rus: Girls' After-School Sports: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor Lawrence, Carla Jo League President, Tamarack Staff, Photography Editor: 3C's Presi- dent, Historian, Fifth Executive: Biology Club: Aquettes: ASB Honors Board, Publicity, Nomina- tions Committees. Represenative: H o m e r o o m Vice - President: League Committees, Silver Pln: Red Cross Representative: March- ing, Concert Bands: Girls' After- School Sports: Cafeteria Worker: Most Courteous Junior Girl: Jun- ior Achievement, Secretary: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Social Studies Discussion Forum: Quill and Scroll: Honor Student 55 Manley, James Richard 3 C's: Debate: Red Cross: Hall Guard: Traffic and Grounds Squads: National Merit Honorable Mention: Laboratory Assistant: Social Studies Discussion Forum Manthey, Gary Herbert Warriors: DECA: Junior Class Committee: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Var- sity Football, Track: B-Squad Football: Frosh Football, Track: ASB Representative Marks, Edette Suzanne League Big Sister: Locker Moni- tor Marler, Carol Lynn Red Feathers: Biology Club: Spanish Club: FTA: Red Cross, Vice-President: ASB Dance, Co- Rec. Honors Board, Elections, Committees: Junior Prom Com- mittee: League Dad-Daughter Committee, General Chairman: Silver Pin: Marching. Concert Bands: Girls' After-School Sports: Senior Reception Committee Marston, Tamara Ruth League Committee, Bronze Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: Var- sity Tennis Martin, Kathryn Ann Transferred from Holy Names Academy: League Bronze Pin, Big Sister: Senior Breakfast Com- mittee 58 Ps ,gi Materne, Kay Louise News Staff, Girls' Sports Editor: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Com- mercial Club, Treasurer. Fifth Executive: ASB Dance Committee, Representative: Junior Class Committee: All-Activity Shield: League Big Sister, Representative: Tamarack Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Golf: Quill and Scroll: Senior Commence- ment Committee Mathias, Pamela Lynn Transferred from Hamilton, Mon- tana: Bowling Maxtield, Mary Catherine League Big Sister. Representative, Bronze Pin: News Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor McCauley, James L. ASB Landscaping Committee McCormack, Suzanne Joy-James 3 C's: ASB Committee, Represent- ative: Homeroom Secretary: Choir, Tepee Lighters: League Silver Pin: Representative, Big Sister: Bowling: Ticket Office Worker: Roll Checker: Thespians: Senior Con Committee McDonald, Ron Frosh Track: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Commencement Committee Goes Over Plans 'For Graduation Exercises Discussing plans for commencement are members of the Senior Commencement committee. Seated, left to right, are Carol Griffith, Sharon Straub, Barbara Hobbs, Rick Lindon, Bonnie Kringle, Margie Bisbee and Laurie Moliter. Standing are Marie Taxchereau, Linda Jewell, Jerry Brown and Ken Bisbee. McGloclclin, Steven K. B-Squad Basketball: Frosh Track: Intramural Sports McKay, Richard L. Transferred from Pullman, Wash. McMullin, Carol Ann League Treasurer: Commercial Club: Junior A Prom Committee: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer, League Silver Pin, Big Sister, Representative, Committee: Sen- lor Representative: Office Work- er: Senior Cards and Announce- ments Committee -1 Sw on McRae, Ronald Lee Tamarack Staff, Photographer: Homeroom President: Tamarack Representativeg Quill and Scroll Meek, Robert Galen Tennis: Bowling Melton, Marie Margaret Transferred from Rogers High School: Mixed Chorus: Roll Checker: Office Worker: League Committee 59 Merancla, Cynthia Marie Homeroom Secretary: Music Fes- tival, Choir: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Golf: Sen- ior Prom Committee Mertens, Roger A. News Representative: F r o s h Track: Junior Achievement Michelson, Kathy M. Homeroom Secretary: League Committees: News Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Bowl- ing: Hall Guard: Junior Class Committee: League Big Sister: News Staff, Mailing Staff Miller, Gene Rozelle Key Club: Warriors: Math Club: Homeroom Vice-President: Varsi- ty, B-Squad, Frosh Baseball: Junior Class Representative: Bowling: Honor Student: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee, Co- chairman ' Miller, Judy Ann ASB Committee: News Repre- sentative: League Big Sister, Committee: Girls' After-School Sports Mishler, Janet Sue Color Girls: Junior Red Cross: League Big Sister, Bronze Pin, Representative: Girls' After- School Sports: Bowling: Junior Achievement 60 Mitchell, Deanne R. Red Feathers: Color Girls: ASB C o m m i t t e e , Representative? H o m e r o o m Sergeant-at-Arms: League Big Sister, Representative, Silver Pin: Varsity Tennis Moe, Marilyn Elizabeth News Staff Reporter: 3C's, Fifth Executive, Vice-President: Home- room Secretary: League Silver Pin: ASB Representative: News Representative: Locker Monitor: Honor Student: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Moliter, Laurene Marion Red Feathers, Color Girls, Treas- urer: Biology Club: Cercle de Menage: Treasurer: FNA Presi- dent: ASB Election Committee: League Committees, Big Sister, Gold Pin, Representatives Ten- nis, Manager: Spelling Contest Winner: Honor Student: Senior Commencement Committee Moore, Monte Jay ASB President: Key Club: War- riors: Homeroom President: Soph- omore Senator: Varsity Track, Basketball: B-Squad Basketball: Frosh Track, Cross-Country: Twinlow: Senior Prom Commit- tee, Co-chairman Morris, Davicl Charles Tennis Mulligan, Sara .lane Vox Puellarum: FNA Historian: Orchestra: League Committees, Big Sister, Gold Pin: Junior Rep- resentative: Girls' After-School Sports: Locker Monitor: Geome- try Contest, First Place: Algebra Contest, Second Place: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee: Honor Student Myers, Michael Nelson, Marisue L e a g u e Vice-President: Red Feathers, Sergeant-at-Arms: Com- mercial Club: Aquettes: ASB Committee: Junior Class Com- mittee: Homeroom President, Sec- retary: League Committees, Gold with Ruby Pin: Tamarack Fac- ulty Edltor: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker, Locker Monitor: Waskowitz: Senior Cards and Announcements Committee: Senior Representative: H o n o r Student: Red Feather Chairman Nelson, Phyllis Jean Spanish Club: Art Club, ,Presi- dent, Vice-President, Secretary: Cercle de Menage: League Com- mittees, Big Sister, Silver Pin, Representative: Social Studies Discussion Forum: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Nelson, Viclci Pamela League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Office Worker: Senior Breakfast Com- mittee Niles, Robert E. Frosh Track Nottingham, Nancy Lu FNA: 3 C's: DECA: League Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Girls' After- School Sports: Golf: Bookroom Worker: Typing Contest Winner y ,LQ J J :- LR 'iiiilf if ' " , . y Nowlan, Ann Orrilla Mixed Chorus: League Big Sister: C a f e t e r i a Worker: Junior Achievement: League Committee Nypen, James Boyd Homeroom Vice-President: B- Squad Football: Junior Varsity Track: Frosh Track Olsen, Jack Arthur Olson, Joyce Maureen Red Feathers: Color Girls: Com- mercial Club President: Vox Puellarum: ASB Publicity Com- mittee: League Silver Pin, Rep- resentative, Committees: Girls' After-School Sports: Office Work- er: Junior Achievement: Senior Breakfast Committee Olson, Steve W. ASB Representative: Frosh Ten- nis Oslund, Patricia Dawn Talent Club: ASB Honors Board: Homeroom Secretary: L e a g u e Committees, Big Sister, Silver P i n : Marching a n d Concert Bands: G ym Office Worker: Office Worker bl Osso, Patrick Anthony Warriors: Manager, Varsity Track: Junior Varsity Track: Frosh Track: ASB Representative: Red Cross Representative: Hall Guard: Junior Achievement: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Overhauser, M ary Lou Transferred from Lewis and Clark: News Staff Editor- in-Chief, Feature Editor: FTA, Vice-President: Quill and Scroll, Secretary: Vox Puellarum: Com- mercial Club: Junior Press Club: League Committees, Big Sister: Bronze Pin: Representatives: Jun- ior Press Club All-City Writing Contest, First Place for Feature Writing Owen, Anne Michele DECA, Treasurer: Junior Prom Committee: Homeroom President, Vice-President: League Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Roll Checker Owen, David Lee Hom eroom President: Intramural Sports Owen, Ralph Lewis Stage Crew Parham, Jack Dennis D E C A , Homeroom Secretary: Frosh Football, Basketball: ASB Representative: News Representa- tive: Intramural Sports 62 A Cin te Robert FESBBI' Ci. 'Fe ff, --V ,, . xx f . Seniors Bear Down s Term Paper Deadline Nears m papers be due already? Apparently so, or .Seniors Davis and Paul Worthy wouIdn't be as intent in their Parks, Robert' J. Thespians, President, Treasurer: Sophomore Senator: All-School Plays: Children's Theater: Golf Team: Scholarship to W.S.U. Summer Camp Payton, Barbara Ann League Big Sister, Committees: News Representatives: Library Worker: Study Hall Attendance Checker Pefley, Charles Edward Talent Club, President, Historian: FTA: Radio Club: German Clubi Music Festival: Choir Orchestra: All-School Play: Chior Treasur- er, Vice-President: S p e c i al , Marching, Pep, Concert Bands: Concert Band President Perkins, Denise Marie News Staff, Girl's Sports Editor: Color Girls, Vice-President.: Latin Club: Commercial Club, Secre- tary: Quill and Scroll: Junior Committee: Senior Senator: League Representative, Gold Pin: ASB Representative: Girls' After- School Sports: Spelling Contest, Third Place: Friendliest Girl: Red Feathers: Cheerleader: Senior Prom Committee, Cochairman Peterson, Anita May FNA: Talent C l u b : League Bronze Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Nurse's Helper Petrie, Harold Lloyd Library Worker: Library Club, Treasurer Pharness, Sandra K. Transferred from Deer Park, Washington: News Staff, Mailing Staff: League Committee, Big Sister: Girls' After-School Sports: Office Worker: ASB Committees: Senior Caps and Gowns Commit- ee Pickett, Donald Duane Music Festival: Special, Marching, Concert Bands: Locker Monitor Pleasant, LeAnna Sue News Staff, Advertising Mana- ger: Quill and Scroll: Sargeant- at-Arms: ASB Scholarship Com- mittee: Junior Committee: Tama- rack, Red Cross, League, Jun- ior Representative: Girls' After- School Sports: Roll Checker: Gym Office Worker: League Bronze Pin, Committees, Style Show, Big Sister: Senior Prom Committee 12'-P' i Q N G If' .gg-i X , .. r fl , Q Q7 4 '!"'N 'Ui cl- 61' Potter, Loren M. Team Manager, Frosh Basketball: Warriors Powell, Katherine Jean League Representative, Big Sis- ter, Committees: Aquettes: Junior Red Cross: 3C's: Girls' Glee: Red Cross: Girls' After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Bowling Pozar, Lincla Ellen Girls' After-School Sports Price, Francis K. Homeroom President: Junior Var- sity Track: Senior Representative Procopio, Linda Mary Red Feathers: Spanish Club, Treas u rer, FTA, President. Treasurer, Northeast District Co- Ordinator: Homeroom Treasurer: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin, Representative: Girls' After-School Sports: Office Worker: Locker Montter: Senior Breakfast Committee Pruitt, Julie Marie League Bronze Pin, Big Sister, Representative: Office Worker 63 Reed, Brian Lee Reeves, June Marie ASB Committee: Roll Checker: Girls' Glee: All-School Play a,,Q.,. NAT 5.4, Reynolds, Joan Lea A Qifff N. ,.. - League Committees, Big Sister, Representative: R o ll Checker: jg Gym Office Worker 'fir . if Rheinschmidi. John Ted View Richards, Verna Jayne Cercle de Menage: Spanish Club: FTA: Red Feathers: 3C's: Color Girl: Choir: Girls' Glee: League Committee, Big Sister: Repre- sentative, Bronze Pin: Girls' After-School Sports: L o c k e r Monitor: Senior Reception Com- mittee Richardson. Jerry .lay 64 N..-f vas 4'-In -iil. ' , V N Riddle, Robert George Frosh Football: Bowling Riggins, Patrick M. Warriors: Thespians: ASB Elec- tion Committee: Tennis: Junior Representative: B-Squad, Varsity Tennis ASB Re presenta- tive: Senior Commencement Rogen, Clo Ann ASB Treasurer: Art Club: In- ternational Club: Social Studies Discussion Forum, Secretary: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB Representative: News Representative: Honor Stu- dent: Senior Receptlon Committee Roise, Donald Delbert Senior Breakfast Committee: Var- sity Football, Wrestling: B-Squad Football, Wrestling: Frosh Foot- ball: News Representative: Bowl- ing: Junior Committee Rooney, Michael Patrick Homeroom President: Varsity Football: B-Squad Football, Wres- tling. Baseball: News Representa- tive: Varsity Wrestling: Warriors: Senior Breakfast Committee Rounds, Greg P. DECA, Varsity, Junior Varsity B-Squad. Frosh Track Rowland, David Earl S e n i o r Class Representative: Homeroom Secretary: V a r s it y Tennis, Team Manager: Roll Checker: Typing Contest Winner Rude, Richard Alan Locker Monitor: Biology Club: Chess Club Rude, Robert Joseph Homeroom President, Vice-Presb dent Ruppelf, Sharon April Music Festival: Band: Bowling Ruse, Judy Kay Transferred from Central Valley: Girls' After-School Sports: Junior Achievement: Senior Breakfast Committee Sacco, Judy Lynn Commercial Club: League Big Sister, Committees, Bronze Ping Girls' After-School Sports: Office Worker: Senior Prom Committee Senior Represeniaiives Help Plan Acfivifies, Choose Graduates' Cards and Announcements ?f Organizing senior class elections and selecting and ordering cards and announcements are part of the duties of Seniors Representa- tives. Taking time out to pose for the camera are: Front Row: Pat Oslund, Diane Saruwatari, Judy Krell, Karol Guffin and Margaret Seidel. Second. Row: Norene Jacobsen, Jill Fugate, Gail Lansing, Danny Lannigan, Gary Anderson, Francis Price, Marisue Nelson, Carol McMullin and Dave Rowland. 65 Saclceii, Allen Wayne Chess Club: Varsity, B-Squad Track: Varsity, B-Squad Cross Country: Wrestling: Bowling Samuels, Helen Louise Mixed Chorus: News Representa- tive: Roll Checker Sandall, Frank Gym Ofice Worker: Locker Moni- tor Sanders, Christine Virginia Tamarack Staff, Girls' Sports Edi- tor: Red Feathers: FNA: Red Cross: Social Studies Dicussion Forum: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin, Representative: N e w s Representative: R o l I Checker: Red Feather Historian Sa rber, Susan Gayle Cercle de Menage: ASB Commit- tees: Homeroom President: Girls' After-School Sports Saruwaiari, Diane Lynn ASB Secretary, Committee: Span- ish Club, Fifth Executive, Histor- ian: Commercial Club. Fifth Ex- ecutive: Aquettes, Secretary: Jun- ior Committee: Cheerleader: Sen- ior Representative: Concert Band: League Committees, Big Sister: Girls' After-School Sports: Red Feathers 66 Xen! -at-f - 'Rin Schaeffer, Warren Thespian, Secretary: Homeroom President: Team Manager, Cross- Country: Junior Varsity Track: Tennis: Chi1dren's Theater Scharfi, Diane Elaine Girls' Glee: Mixed C h o r u s : League Big ,Sister Schauer. William A. B-Squad Track: Stage Crew Scl1midi',Larry L. I-Iomeroom Vice-President: Varsi- ty Basketball: B-Squad Football, Basketball,Track : Frosh Basket- ball, Track: Senior Reception Committee Sclioenielcli, Norman L. Warriors: Homeroom President, Secretary: Varsity Football, Track: B-Squad F o o t b a 1 l, Wrestling Track: Frosh Football: Concer Band i Schroeder, Charlotte Vivi Ann News Staff, Mailing: Thespians: Social Studies Discussion Forum: League Committees. Bronze Pin: League Representative: Girls' After-School Sprots: Library Worker. Roll Checker: Junior Achievement: Childrens' Theater Schultz, Walter Scoles, Catherine Lee Transferred from Columbia High School: J unlor Achievement: League Committees, Big Sister Siedel, Margaret Jean Color Girl: Vox Puellarum: 3C's: Latin Club, Treasurer: League Committees, Big Sister, Repre- sentative, Gold Pin: ASB, Senior Representative: Spelling Contest Winner: Honor Student Seivers, Sandra E. Cercle de Menage: Homeroom President: Mixed Chorus, Secre- tary: League Big Sister, Repre- sentative: G l r l s ' After-School Sports: Library Worker: Roll Checker: Locker Monitor Sellers, Sandra O. Transferred from West Valley emro, Kerry Lynn ommercial Club: Aquettes: Girls' fter-School Sports: League Com- ittees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: lbrary Worker 1- - J- . if Qi. , -. I X P-1 f Dx . sag vu 'f Severino, Carmen Dominic Varsity Track, Junior Varsity Track, B-Squad Football: Choir Shippy, Ron L. ASB Landscaping Commit- tee: Junior Committee: Frosh Football: News Representative: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker Simpson, Albert Craig Math Club: Key Club, Treasurer: Warriors: ASB Honors Board. Junior and Senior Co-Rec Com- mittee: Varsity Tennis: Honor Student: Senior Prom Committee Slade, Stephen Robert Marching, Concert, Dance, Pep Band: Drum Major: Varsity Ten- nis: Senior Breakfast Committee Smith, Bonita Amelia Red Feathers: Cercle de Menage: Choir: Girls' Glee: League Big Sister: Bronze Pin: Bowling: Gym Office Worker: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Smith, Carol Jean Commercial Club: Locker Monitor 67 Smith, Janice Kay DECA: League Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB Representative: Roll Checker: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor: News Represent- ative: News Mailing Staff Smith, Judy Ann Red Feather, Sergeant at Arms: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Commercial Club, Vice-President: 1-Iomeroom Secretary: L e a g u e Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: ASB, League Representative: Office Worker Smith, Margaret Anne Transferred from Holy Names Academy: League Committee, Big S i s t e r : ASB Representative: Bowling: Senior Con Committee Smith, Norman Robert Warriors: Varsity Track, Cross C o u n t r y : B-Squad Football Track, Cross-Country: F r 0 s h Football, Track: Wrestling: Sen lor Breakfast Committee - , Vvi- A,,4I Favorite Hour-Lunchtime 7 Senior John Ellingson seems to be enjoying the cafeteria food as he relaxes during noon hour. Stanley, Donna Rae Red Cross: Girls' Glee: Red Cross Representative: G i r 1 s' After- School Sports: Locker Monitor: Junior Achievement Stanley, Margie Elizabeth DECA, President, Governor: ASB Committees: Junior Committee: C h o i r, Secretary: Orchestra: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: ASB. League Repre- sentative: Marching, C o n c e r t Bands: Golf: Bowling: Essay Con- test Winner Straub, Sharon Marie Commercial Club, Sergeant at Arms: Talent Club: Vox Puellar- um, Vice-President: ASB Honors Board, Publicity Committee: All- Activity Shield: Homeroom Vice- President: Girls' State: League Committees, Big Sister, Gold Pin: League Representative: G i r l s' After-School Sports: T e n n 1 s: Honor Student: Senior Com- mencement Committee, Cochalr- man Stretch, Sharon Lynne Talent Club: FTA: Homeroom Secretary: Choir: League Com- mittees, Big Sister: Bronze Pin: News Representative: Golf: Sen- ior Prom Committee Sturdivant, Jay Lee Radio Club, President Sturgeon, N-oel Mary Social Studies Discussion Forum: ASB Nominating Committee: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: League Representa-Q tive: Roll Checker: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor: Junior! Achievement Swanson, Wayne Raymond 3 cm Taft, Willard Stanley Tamarack Staff, Art Editor: Art Club, President, Secretary, Treas- urer: Key Club: Math Club: ASB Publicity, Carnival Committees: Junior Committee: School Play: Scholastic Art Contest Winner: Senior Prom Committee Taschereau, Marie Isobel Tamarack Staff, Senior Section Editor: Red Feathers, Chairman, Sergeant at Amxs: Vox Puellarum, Historian: Latin Club, Consul: Biology Club: ASB Elections. C a rn I v al, Dance Committees: Homeroom President, Secretary, Treasurer: League Committees, Big Sister, Gold Pin: ASB, League Tamarack Representative: Gym Office Worker: Color Girls, Sec- retary: Girls' After-School Sports: Honor Student: Senior Com- mencement Committee Tatum, Gloria Jean Transferred from Rogers High School: 3 C's: Choir: Big Sister: Locker Monitor Taylor, Kenneth Raymond FTA, Treasurer: Thespians: Mixed Chorus: Children's Theater: A11- School Play: ASB Representative: Homeroom President: Hall Guard: Traffic and Grounds Squad, Cap- tain: Locker Monitor: Senior Con Committee Taylor, Mary Willeen Roll Checker: Big Sister ' we 5. K .h .1-R. . . ..A, 44' it , x , -9 'f 1,2 9 . S -. S 5, I x J 'C-7' 5..- Thomas, Harry Evan German Club Thomas, Judith Ann Color Girls: B o w l i n g: Roll Checker Thomas. Judy Mary Elaine Library Worker: Junior Achieve- ment Thopoulos, Dimitra Thespians: League Big Sister, Bronze Pin: School Play: ASB, L e a g u e Representative: Girls' After-School S p o r t s : R o l 1 Checker: Gym Office Worker: Lzzcker Monitor: Chlldren's The- a er. Thorpe, Jim Jay Transferred from Shadle Park High School: Intramural Sports Tobeck, Zelma Edith League Bronze Pin 69 Todd, Marilyn Key FNA: German Club: Commercial Club: League Committees, Big Sister, Bronze Pin: League Repre- sentative: G i r l s ' After-School Sports: Library Worker Torrisi, Margaret Lynette Red Feathers: Color Girls: Com- mercial Club: Junior Committee: Cheerleaders: Majorette: League Big Sister, Silver Pin: Girls' Af- ter-School Sports: Roll Checker: Honor Student: Senior P rom Committee Trefiry, Dianne Marie League Big Sister, Bronze Pin, Committees: FNA: ASB Commit- tees: Bowling Unger, Gene Henry Junior Committee: Tennis: ASB Representative: Concert, Marching Bands: Warriors Van Dyke, April Maurine Red Feathers: FPA, Historian: Talent Club: ASB Dance, Nomin- ating Committees: Junior Com- m i t t e e: ASB Representative: Homeroom President: Orchestra: League Committees, Big Sister, Silver Pin: Marching, Concert Bands: Girls' After-School Sports: Bowling Veier, Judy Ann League Committees, Big Sister: Bowling 70 ilk F - -n:sF,+.ewf ,W -mgw,,g H ,A 4 ,, " -a.,i.,,:, -. 2 if-ii if Q- X ' esse 2 -r' - ,,. N 2 , ,rs ,,.."w+g: ,K x Q to - wi.: Q:-Q. 1 L 1 " -5'2" K IW I 'il a- i nkmw. , ., RH ' 'NBLN ' -"ff 1' , . .' -A ,,,. se - ' '- ..:,N L- :tee - - Q, '- FN' so ..- Vinge, Judy Lee Choir: Girls' Glee: All-School Play: League Big Sister: Library Worker, Roll Checker: Nurse's Helper: Office Worker Walker, Dean R. Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: Frosh Football: News Represent- ative: Locker Monitor: Bowling Wallen. Dixie R. Transferred from Cheney, Wash- ington: Library Club: League Bronze Pin, Representative, Big Sister: Girls' After-School Sports: Library Worker: Hall Guard: Roll Checker: Junior Committee Ward, Jerald William I-lomeroom President: Varsity. Frosh Football: Red Cross Repre- sentative: Wrestling: Senior Sen- ator: Senior Caps and Gowns Committee Wardian, Michael Edward Transferred from Gonzaga Prep: Locker Monitor Wesley, Sherry Ann League Big Sister: Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor: ASB Representative Sociology and Physics Classes Take Time Out For a LiH'le 'Hanky-Panky' at Christmastime Orval Theisen, physics teacher, seems to be whispering what he wants for Christmas to "Santa" Luders while "Santa's" sociology class sets a holiday mood by singing Christmas carols. Webber, Elizabeth H. Transferred from Pueblo High School, Tucson, Arizona: League Big Sister: Locker Monitor Weinhold, Peggy Linn Library Club: Choir: Girls' Glee: All-School Play: League Big Sis- ter: Library. Gym Office Worker: Locker Monitor Wellhouser, Melva Rae League Big Sister, Bronze Pin: Roll Checker Q1 , f 3 N.. U-'ri rt- v. Wentz, Richard Edward 3 C's: ASB Landscaping Commit- tee: Homeroom President: Frosh Football: Tennis: Locker Monitor West. Kenneth A. Varsity Cross-Country: F r o s h Track White, Dale Edward Varsity Football: B-Squad Foot- ball, Track, Wrestling: Frosh Football, Track 7I White, Veronica Lee Transferred from Holy Names Academy: Locker Monitor: Big Sister Wiberg, Dianna R. ASB Representative: Dance Com- mittee: DECA: League Commit- tees. Big Sister, Bronze Pin: News Representative: G i r l s ' After- School Sports Wicltlitfe, Mari: Wade Chess Club: Music Festival: A11- School Play: Golf Team: Bowling: Junior Achievement Wieber, Larry Charles DECA: Homeroom Vice-President: J u n i o r Varsity Cross-Country Frosh Baseball, Football: Inter- School A.A.U. Swim Meet: Junior Achievement Williamson, Steve John ASB Dance Committee. Repro- scntative: Homeroom President. Secretary. Treasurer: Warriors, Vice-President: Varsity Football, Track, Basketball: B-Squad Foot- ball, Basketball: Fresh Football. Basketball: Senior Con Committee Winchester, David F. Music Festival: Choir: All-School Play: Children's Theater 72 n I f ish.- son, 'env Wingett, Ernest Gerald B-Squad, Frosh Track: S t a 2 e Crew Winlcoslti, Julie Ann Transferred from M a r y cl i I f: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: League Committees, Big Sister, Representative: Gym O I fi c e Worker: Locker Monitor Womble, Linda 'Kay Color Girls: DECA: League Big Sister, Committees: Roll Checker: Junior Achievement Advanced Math Classes Learn New Mathematical Concepts it . 6 Liz, .. . . . . ,Peg help from Mr. Exley in advanced math are. Front Kemp and Dave Hoefer. Second Row: Craig Simp- Jones and Mr. Exley. Woodruff, Chereyl Veronica Transferred from California: News Staff. Mailing Manager: Junior Class Committee: League- Committees, Big Sister: Golf Team: Girls' After-School Sports Worthy, Paul Lee ASB Pep, Clean-up Committees, Representative: Homeroom Vice- President: V a r s i t y, B-Squad, Frosh Football: Senior Con Com- mittee, Cochairman Yamamoto, Ann Kazulto League Big Sister, Committees, Bronze Pin: Girls' After-School Sports Bernard Bline Alan Burtness Jack Cady Royce Cuneo Henry Elbrecht Richard Felton Victoria Garcia Ronald Goodson James Greer Barbara Gregor Arthur Grove William Hansen Phillip Hausken Patrick Haynes Isl --g sit Seniors Noi' Picfured Yeaman, Florence Rosalie Girls' Glee: League Big Sister: Roll Checker York, Mary Lynn Color Girls: Commercial Club, Vice-President, Fifth Executive: Cercle de Menage: FNA: ASB Publicity Committee, Representa- tive: Junior Committee: League Big Sister. Silver Pin, Represent- atlve, Committees: Office Worker: Senior Reception Committee Terry jones Betty Kubas Anna Larson Richard McGavran Lillian Meister Trudy Miller Carol Moss Robert Mullen Louise Pfeiffer Stephen Ray William Shaw Richard Spies Richard Taylor Patrick Wetherell Paul Henry Jack White Robert Hummer Richard Winkler David Johnson Francis Zwischenberger 73 v. l, V Senior Homeroom teachers discuss senior activities at an informal gathering Tobie and Wallace Russell. Seated clockwise from the left are Mack Saunders, Stockdale. Walter Spangenberg, Ralph Montroy, Charste Mikkelson and Carol Senior Homeroom Teachers A .ln cooperati teachers, Mr. class of '64 thr tivity. dents plan th them on colle the least of a keeps a compl l lies directly on er, for it is up his direction L the schools ac 74 d records, achiev used for lutur fl in the Newsroom. Standing are Vern Broadwell, Paul Russell Meyer. Barbara Eddy, Albert Mattus, Helen Newett. vise Gracluafes pn with the other senior hoinerooin Wallace Russell led the graduating ough an exciting year filled with ae- Hoineroom teachers assist students during the four years of the students' high school career, giving encouragement eir four-year schedule and advising S and words of advice. Helping stu- e or job preparatory courses is not lnoinerooni teachers' duties. He also cte file of the students' high-school ements and activities which is often e references. A great responsibility the shoulders ol? the honierooin teach- to him to encourage students under 0 participate to their full ability in ivity and scholastic schedule. -5, SENIOR COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN-Front Row: left to right: Dolores Dickey, Denise Perkins, Millie Jenkins, Sharon Marler Second Row: Paul Worthy, Jerry Brown, Dennis Creighton, Gene Miller, Tom Griffith and Monte Moore. Senior Activities Breakfast Committee Commencement Millie JCHUHS, Chairman Sharon Straub, Chairman Joyce 015011. Steve Slade Carol Griffith Margie Bisbee Kathy Martin Norm Smith Rick Lindon Ken Bisbee Judy Ruse ,llfdlglofdfm Kay Materne Barbara Hobbs Janet Glfeeaf Vfckl Nelson A Bonnie Kringle Laurie Moliter D011 ROISC Lmd.-3 PTOCOPIO Marie Taschereau Linda Jewell Pat Rooney Gloria Alferness Reception Committee Carol Marler, Cochairmfm Tom Griffith, Cochairman Cathy Funseth Larry Schmidt Diane Filzen Ray Lawton Judi Bishop Mary Lynn York Clo Rogen Carole Eide Verna Richards Ruth Bonin Karen King Sharon Dodgen Rod Lindberg Don Breeden Linda Edwardson Cards and Announcements Gary Anderson Jill Fugate Gail Lansing Karol Guffin Diane Saruwatari Carol McMullin Noreen Jacobsen Francis Price Judy Krell Dave Rowland Margaret Seidel Marisue Nelson Jean Bonser Pat Oslund Prom Denise Perkins, Coclzairman Monte Moore, Cochairman Bob Briggs Cindy Meranda Stan Taft Jim Eacho Lynette Torrisi Jennifer Green LeAnna Pleasant Helen LaBarge Sharon Stretch Craig Simpson Judy Sacco Bill Brougham Dennis Kuhlman Margie Stanley Cap and Gown Gene Miller, Coclzairrnzzzz Dolores Dickey, Cochairman Sandee Pharness Marilyn Moe Vikki Lamb Connie Kringle Phyllis Nelson Pat Osso Ron McDonald Cheryl House Bonnie Smith Sally Mulligan Jerry Ward Danny Lannigan Convocation Paul Worthy, Cochairman Dennis Creighton, Coclzairman Ken Taylor Peggy Smith Steve Forsstrom Vaughn Gaschet de l'Isle Jacinta Caballero Suzi McCormack Steve Mlilliamson Nikki Charlton Val Best Rebecca Johnson Straub, Carol 75 Planning activities and leading the Senior Class are the duties of the Senior a busy day, pausing to reminisce. They are, from left, Russell Bishop, Dixie indulging in a little e and Paul Worthy. 7b xtra-curricular activity are, from left, Craig Simpson. df? 0 . A . officers p Sharon C .AJ iii J sv pf? QQ' sg, K? 1-W ictured above. Here they are seen after hapman and Craig Lee. F l v Morris, Bob Hass, Mikki Aldinger. Vicki Allen Many Aclivilies Fill Seniors' Lasl Week Senior Dress-Up Day, an annual event of each graduating class, was held Tliursday, May 28. On this day the sen- iors, wearing their best, attended classes for the last time. Following on Friday, May 29, was the Senior Breakfast held in the banquet room of the Ridpath Hotel. At this last activity which they attended as the Class of '64, the seniors enjoyed il special program and a won- derful meal while visiting with each other. Alter the breakfast the seniors went to the Coliseum to practice for COIIIIHCIICCIHCIIK which followed on Sunday, May 31. Enjoying themselves at the Senior Breakfast, held this year at the Ridpath Hotel, are clockwise from lefty Allen Sackett, Linda Procopio Bill Beattie, Cheryl House, Art Fisher and Dianne Treffry 1 g, ei' V i ive.,-,vw ' Left to right Karen Husby, Don Breeden, Margie Bisbee, Bob Hickey, Karen King and Larry D'Assissi are seen on the morning of Seniors' annual dress-up day. Later, frightb they are caught relaxing after a hectic day. -Q ' Q." Honors Program members. left to right, front row: Donna Clark. Rosie Hill, Sh Rogen, Carla Jo Lawrence. Second Row: Ralph Jones, Nikki Charlton, Marily Seidel, Karen King, Barbara Hobbs, Sharon Straub, Vicki Lamb. Third Row: Guffin. Bill Kemp. Linda Jewell, Tom Griffith. Jill Fugate. Bette Child. Laurie Duane Kovacevich. Honors Program lni+ia+ed a+ NC The Class ol' '64 saw a new organization initiated at North Central. The Honor Stu- dent Program was organized and designed to give special privileges and opportunities to a number ol qualllled students selected on a basis ol' outstanding scholastic achievement, good personal conduct, significant partici- K K pation in school activities, reliability and a good attendance record. Its purpose is to provide such students with broadening experiences from school and community resources and from a less restric- ted program which gives them more individ- ual responsibility lor their own personal de- velopnient. Sonic planned activit.ies of the group in- cluded a trip to the Mennonite settlement a visit Lo a Buddhist Temple and a trip to Grand Coulee Dani. Dr. James Muller. guest speaker from the Spokane Chamber of Commerce, chats with Carla Jo Lawrence tleftb and Millie Jenkins after a meeting. 78 rry Chapman, Jacinta Caballero. Lynette Torrisi, Cla Moe, Marie Taschereau, Sally Mulligan, Margie ohn Andersen, Marisue Nelson, Bill Brougham. Karol Moliter. Gene Miller, Naomi Campbell, Gail Lansing. v nil v -u.s ...L .--- '2- ' 4' ... - Above. Bob Gausman, Cherilyn DeBolt, Ron McRae, Cheryl House and Carol Forrey are seen leaving the school piled high with homework. It has long been a tradition that the seniors sit in the front rows of the auditorium during all convocations. Here the seniors are shown at the last con that they attended. -it Students discuss their experiences at various institutes they attended last summer. They are, from left, Donna Clark, Summer Seminar for High School Students, Western Washington State College: Vicki Allen, Junior Engineers and Scientists Summer Institute, Willamette University: Don Manildi. Clinic for Piano Teachers and Students, University of North Carolina: Vikki Lamb, Junior Engineers and Scientists Summer Institute, Willamette University: John Anderson. Summer Scientists Training Program. Whitworth College. A 79 1.4 .tx t . W i i Lf Seen inspecting the senior bulletin board are seniors Royce Cuneo, Richard Felton, Vickie Garcia, Arthur Grove and Terry Jones. -ai I.. ,NA Members of the Class of 1963 are seen enjoying themselves at a reunion held at their alma mater over the Christmas holidays. Stand- H H . . . ing behind Mrs. Laura Briscoe, Latin teacher, are John and Pat 0 da 'en for .sen'o"s' After four years Pf wamgg fog Kenney, facing the camera are Sheila Bayley, left, and Cheryl the b'9 ay' Naam' Caf"'pbe"' Diane Kelley' Lmda mat an she,-bu,-ne. Richard entz make with merrnment and joy. 80 Prom Highlighfs Year's Evenfs MJYQMQH, ,f z - A, Y . U-vmnn.....,. Enjoying themselves at the Senior Prom, ffrom lefty Keith Kringlen, Judy Bishop, Kay Campbell and John Ellingson pose on the balcony of the Ridpath Hotel. 8I Lilac Princess J -W NC's Lilac Festival Princess is shown at Cliff Park which overlooks Spokane az . l i T '.:: W x me , R in fQ'go r K i f! If 4 4 S 4 . 4 After "cleaning up" in the elections, the new Junior Class officers look like they plan to continue the operation through the year. Clockwise from left to right are Darrell Mead, president: Nancy Vlaloy, treasunerg Jim 4 4 I 4 se 4 4 4 4 4 Moore, vice-president: Pam Checki, secretary. -an 1 T449 Front Row: Joan Sterritt, Judy Atwood, Yvonne Crepeau, John DeCaro, Pat Hutts, Roberta Fifield, Linda Henning. Second Row: Dwayne Trevino, Darrel Marks, William Broom, Sandy Nelson, Ruth Potter, Joan Rose, Dale Holton. Third Row: Del DeBill, Greg Anderson, Tom Brass, Jerry Miller, Terry McRoberts, Mike Pammler, Chuck Preston, Bruce Compton, Gary Thompson. MR Front Row: Dave Priel, Barbara Giraud, Bekki Cook, Bonnie Cathey, Mardel Swank, Joyce Maloy, ' Janet Crabb, Kathy Mills. Steve Hopkins. Second Row: Les Norton, John Donahoe, Faye Oakes, Ann Freeman, Jan Kincheloe, Lynda Werhan, Sharon Hochstedler, Lynn Boyet, John Hobbs, Mr. Anderson. Third Row: Frank Meister, John Dunford, Dan Ryan, Dan Barbour, Duane Finn, LaVern Hardt, Geoff Griffith, Steven Jones, Bill Costin, Jim Russell. Q. as MR T446 Front Row: Steve Reichelt. Jackie Herman, Tami Hubbard, Peggy Mathers. Ed Bronowski, Jackie Reeder, ' Laura Kean. Donna Gurske, Janet Tarbert, Larry Schwab. Second Row: Kene Bensel, John Baumhofer, Jerry Schafer. Kathy Landberg, Bettie Davis, Irene Horobiowsky, Gary Bafaro. Frank Brusseau, Sam Giampietri. Third Row: Pete gordi David Wiedmer, Danny Bagley, Alana Bell, Pat Albright, Karen Baker, Elaine Cuneo, Roger Riediger. Stan Larson, Larry off net. 87 -Q- qi 34 Ft? . la he M' in l 1 ' 'Jie 1 Front Row: Charles Livingston, Kathy Bline, Ma MR' allero, Rick Bowell. Second Row: Ben Goins, Ru ness, Jan Bourguignon, Jeff Bishop, Gary Smith. Third Row: Randy Hurst, D Wcllhouser, Ralph Petty, Mike Prateau, Mike Tiffany. wa AM ,'.. 55? In fi- 4 Bonnie Flow MR. ERICKSON Front Voorden Harris, Georgia Williams, Trudy Graves Laitinen, Jack Buell, Reese Hinthorne, Don ley Glenna Trusty Serafino Decaro Second Row Vicky Murry, Terry Frame, Evelyn Buck, James Davis, Kenneth Bybee, Larr Sylvia Tyree, Calvin Ryen, Sandy Cooprider, Steve McGough, Vern Johnson, Diane Larson. 88 MR 1 2 Front Row: Joe Winkler, Peggy Dawson, Wendy , , . . y K Q th... rilyn Dahlberg, Judy Mathews, Gayle Ross, Greg Cab- th Wayland, Marie Tollefsen, Diane Scott, Diana Har- ,ave Shuiord, Johnny Rufener, Robert Gambill, Fred F fe, Sue Paschall, Betty Tonellato, Joyce Vander Goodell, Nancy Evans, Robin Hocking, Nancy Merbach, Duane Rorberg, Daniel Dolan, Roy on arlene D orine Reynolds, Janice Strad- im McKinney, Jim Wavra, Row: Cheryl Valentine, Bogenreif, Kathy Siegel, T MR Front Row: Kathy Pescio, Stephanie Reida, Catherine Dunn, Janice Elliottt, Joan McDaniel, Sandra ' Cable, Charlene Dashiell. Second Row: Rudy Bierig, David Byrnes, Marte Dailey, Karen Beck, Karen Peters, Frances Katzenbogen, Ellen Walter, Cecilia Kimble, Edward Pesik. Third Row: Raymond Baune, Dale Holling, John Larsen, James Keene, Ralph Bushnell, Patrick Pfeifer, Arch Stradley, William Marchioro, Jack Reynolds, Tom Tribble. MR Front Row: Carrie Caron, Chris Childers, Mary Rigg. Carrie Lamp, Marcia Felton, Barbara Lang, ' Ella Ostrum. Second Row: Tom Ashley, Ron Miller, Lonette McLean, Sharon Ahrendt, Marcia Joklnen, Meagan Magner, Gloria Rohner, Judy Christie, John Flannigan, Jerry Cravens. Third Row: Bob Roseberry, Larry Hunt, Steven Spidle, Gary Ullrlch, Joe Akins, Bill Sander, Lewis Allwardt, Stan Scammon. Junior Class CommiH'ee Chairmen Plan For Future I n preparation for their senior year, the juniors sponsored a car wash, bake sale, co-rec, pop bottle collection and a Junior Promg one of the larger social functions ol the year. Orval Theisen, the junior Class faculty adviser, assisted the officers in planning their activities. The Junior Prom, with Midnight Mist as the theme, was again a big success. i r Junior Class Committee Chairmen are, front row: Bonnie Pasicznyk, Tanya Charlton, Sharon Yurik. Second row: Roberta Thorpe, Linda Beckman. Third row: Mike Delong, Jerry Miller, Norm Northrup, Jim eene. 89 - Front Row: James Mickey, Linda Davey, 4' I tinson, Judi Jackson. David Barth. Second Rodgers. Barbara Bassett, Diane Moffitt, Linda Russell, Kathy Johnson Otto Allison, Paul Kennicutt, Roger Emerson, Don Matson, Dan LaBrie, James 1.1 Goudzward, Linda Lockard, Sherry Mar- Roger Caufield. Judy Conrad, Christine Lashbrook. Third Row: Michael Lunzer, Tim Richardson. MR 1 Front Row: Linda Benjamin, Donna Leslie, Nancy Johnson, Shirley Williams, Delaine Stickel, Barbara ' Betts, Shirley Modeland. Second Row: Ron Lewis, Susan Owens, Marilyn McDonald, Linda Kraay, Jerry Dnhl, Chcryl Schicrman, Joan Graff, Chris Olson, Wayne McGavran. Third Row: Drn Schonbergcr, Glen Ells, Doug Smith, Dennis Scnter, Don Borg, Clinton Kruiswyk, Don Anderson, Chris Nienstezit, Dan Mulligan, Allen Taylor. .1 Front Row: Betty Robison, Lynda Hagmann, MRS' Carol Carver, Elaine Berrie, Pamela Checki, Susan Jerrie Roe, Gay Elbrecht, Marie Fyfe, Sally Simon, Julia West, Linda Owen Littlehalc, Gary Hill, Gail Keeling, Donald Hooper, Ed Ray, Keith Wunsch Owen Mir. 90 7'1" h.,.,.... ghn. Joan King, Noralee Craig, Diane Haynes, Second Row: Dale Zehm, Dean Nakagawa, Carlson, Dennis Bridgham. Third Flow: John Chambers, Danny Anderson, Dennis Emch, -es- nb -vu.. 1- Front Row: Terry Morris, Barbara Eddy, Renee Paquin, Frances Hartman, Roberta Danielsen, Carol Van ' Camp, Kathy Abernathy. Bill Woodard. Second Row: Keith Bly, Bill Nichols. Faye Edlin, Dianna Iron, Sherry El'sworth, Jrne Peters, Linda Beckman, Sandy Carhart, Susan MeCoury, Shannon Hart. Third Row: Walter Morris, Wayne DeCz:nn, Ron Walker, Bill Boone, Leonard Fair, Terry Dennis, Bill McKenna, Larry Brunette, Leroy Saylor, Dana Watson. no MR i 3 Front Row: Karen Bledsoe, Chery Kinne, Vicki Donahoe, Nancy Maloy, Lyann Melum, Mary Thompson, Dianne ' Hobbs. Carol Fairbrother. Second Row: Dave Kannegaard, Kerry Baker, Craig Kelly, Shirley Potter, Annette Nevdahl. Linda McMurtrey. Pat Schomber. Nancy Blair, Morris Shankman, Rick Rutherford. Tom Rodgers. Third Row: Terry McKen- ney, Bob Johnson, Larry Schlecht, Eddie Haas, Jack Blair, Jim Rew, Ron Burton, Norm Northrup, Dave Brendmoen, Claude Conrad. 1 Front Row: Charles Hern, Shirley Benshoof, Cathy Wilson, Mary Colwell, Candy Lindberg, Leslie MRS' Ramsey, Kathy Malone. Second Row: Ted Vagenas, Dixie Turner, Judy Turnley, Donna Davis, Judy Marshall, Roberta Thorpe, Terry Faulkner, Dave Shaw. Third Row: Darrell Mead, Ned Gates, Dick Bice, Joe Duchene, Bill Cady, Tom Hoff, Mike Oien, Mike White, Dan Aukett. 9I k " "Mr XY urn t The inevitable question that faces all juniors: What career to investigate? What Are Your Future Plans? Making a vocational notebook is a major assignment for the junior En- glish student. This assignment enables him to obtain information on what he would like for his lifetime work. Although this assignment not only helps the student choose his career, it also helps show him how to use the library properly. This factor alone is very important in any high school stu- dent's life. pun!!! Lucile 'N John Bob MR Front Row: Larry ' Knapp, Pete Watson. Peterson, Kaye Morehouse, Elizabeth Mahrt, Joyce Marguardt, Mike Buchanan, Dennis Kamarainen, Stack, Sharon Wald, Tanya Charlton, Frank Irvine, Helen Blough, Lynn Harder, Sue ar ' Jay C lson, Jon Casselman, Pete Johnson, Ullrich Victor Ga11Radmer Janice Scammon Don Front Row Billie Wood Gallxe Felix Penny na Dupree Leslie Latimer Sharon Yurik S , I - f Keehn, Jody Davis. Nancy Vinge, Eleanor Uhden, Bill Diedrick, Joe Parish, Achziger, Tom Williams, Dan Hirst, Dave Young, Don Griggs, Rich DeWitt 92 Jensen, Bruce Walker, Vicki Brannigan, Kitty Third Row: Tony Caruso, Mike Davis, Mike I I I 1 w Q-hs .x Y wil up-ni A 5 A x Y 1 " ,l 5 ' gif" 1 lt's hard to believe that sophomore Gayle Jasberg is able to take her evening nap while other sophomores are enjoying the Soph- omore Co-Rec. Jumping on the tramp are: Lori Gausman and Mack Ketron while left to right, Sandy Kostelecky, Sam Lerch and Rick Giampietri do ihe spotting. 93 ,rv .QW gf ll 1. Front hil Huey MR. BARNARD 305 Shmene nor Karen Keevv, Linda Wohl Ph llis . . 1 - Y Bassett, Ray Forster, Bob Warehouse, Bob Johnson, V 1 1 a s i Q MR Front Row: Mike Dorsey, Lynda Hill, ' Sacco, Pam Garinger, Sheldon Senn, bcrg, Denise Bambino, Karen Compton, Jeanella Sabiston, Susan Conrad, Mike Hill. Third Row: Jim Brusseau, Monte Nelson, Jack Dennis Floyd, Russell Campbell, Bill Osborne, Steve Tregellas, A -I Front Row: Mark Hall, Marilyn Ogle, Cheri Ti MRS' Kenneth Mathistad, Pauline Wilson. Second R Rick Jones, Barbara Conner, Jacqueline Mouser, Lorraine Woods, Karen Fountaine Brent Herberg, Donald Larson, Benjamin Cook, David Partridge, George Press, D Morehead. 94 Ma Hill, Doug Conner, Ron Lesonik, Sandy Flee- Kolbet, John Carney, Dennis Doyle, Barry rilyn Knight, Carol Austad, Susan Morse, rkley Nelson, Karen Donna New- Martin, Jim Gary Bell, ton, Stephanie Renault, John Munyan, Linda Hahn, w: Susan Durgan, Robert Collison, Robert Nevers, Linda Kiehn, Mrs. Congdon. Third Row: Pete Coxen, avid Scott, Stan Henson, Leslie Osburn, Wayne 4' MR 1 3l7 Front Row: Mr. Davis, Ron Challender, Lewis Birdsell, Mary Jean Lotze, Diane Mitchell, Patricia McAn- ' drews, Al Strom, Ron Meagher. Second Row: Joyce Tolson, Judy Johnson, Ellen Hall. Corrine Kersul, Mollie Kent, Janet Hopkins, Sarah Janc Thacker, Jill Bodvin, David Poleski. Third Flow: Kenneth Parker, David Huelleman, Greg Ticmann, gens lgknlderson, Bob Aagard, Jerry Paschall, Dan Mitchell, Mike Johnson, Benney Hayden, David Sisk, Emery Pfeiffer, Tom Mahrt, rc ar s. Front Row: Russ Alexander, Merri O'Connor, Julia Caven, Judy Ferraby, Judy Groves, Sharon Binder, ' John Cowen, Jack Charbonneau, Second Row: Jack Rizzuto, John Turnley, Barbara Swanson, Robin Brock- way, Linda Ahrendt, Pat Liddell, Janette Scammon, Juanita Buxton, Jim Chaffee, Mrs. Drew. Third Row: Bill Portrey, Dwain Han- son, Don Panimler, Ron Jewell, Walt Lubbess, Steve Cuneo, Alex Renner, Craig Evans, Dick Harris, Bill Nelson. MR Front Row: Alfred Torrisi, Diane Deloach, Evelyn Martenson, Terry Starr, Michael Magers, Mary Brown, ' Gilbert Farley, Gerri Glendenning. Linda Marsh. Second Row: Mary Goin, Vicki McChesney, Nancy Fair, Sue Labrie, Sue Young, Carla Bates, Arline Galvin, Raymond Haugen, William Schmalle, Mr. Exley. Third Row: Michael Strand, Rich- ard Giampietri, George Mattix, John Currier, Eugene Scammon, Donald Wakenight, David Moe. 95 it ..e 1, Front Row: Steve Berg, Len Wavra, Judi Branni MR' Veter, Judy Dus. Second Row: Mr. Glover, Clifford Mary McGlnughlin, Mary Newcomb, Pam Griffith, Christine Richardson, Lin Tom Wold, Bob Steenhard, Dan Florin, David Newberg, Lee Russell, Tom Ada Displaying their usual vim and vigor are NC's B squad cheerleaders. Back row from left to right are: Ann Hagen, Donna Newberg, Terry Starr, Carol Austed. Front row from left to right are: Robin Brockway, Candy Frasher and Danelle Davies. an, Joyce Jordan, Kay Maddox, Gwen Furgeson, Linda Clark, Del Stevens, Marilyn Northquist, Sue Dalziel, a Howell, John McDonald. Third Row: Bruce Brunette, ms, Bobby Cumpton, Terry Randall Coming Up in the World Being a bit more brave, the sopho- nore is a little tougher, and 21 year viser than the poor bewildered fresh- man that he was a year ago. These ad- ditional qualities help him through the most difficult of his four high school years. After completing his sophomore year, the student looks forward to be- coming an upperclassman. But being a sophomore, he doesn't realize that the pressures he now has will grow in roportion, although he gets nearer o the goal of most high-school stu- dents-graduation. 1 Front Row: Jim Seedorf, Kevin Anderson, Linda MRS' Romelle Glover, Kathy Fisk, David Wilhelm. S meson, Bev Saruwatari, Gayle Jasberg, Sharon Sorey, cond Row: Frank Helms, Delores Hall, Laurel Havens, Pam Klein, Pat Anderson, Judy Hamp, Sherrie Marston, Diana Brown, Bob Rot well, Mrs. Hager. Third Row: Mike Cotter, Doug San- der, Tom Burk, Jim Jordan, Dan Havens, Robert Headstrom, Duncan Behar, John Johnson, Tom Ator 96 tx- kv, uv MR Front Row: Chris Saalfeld, Lauraine Kumm, Joanne LeGrant, Sandra Goddard, Barbara McGavran, Dorothy ' Shane. Susan Shinn, Russell Hughs. Second Row: Robert Larson, Julie Louden, Linda White, Jean Richard- son, Gail Coyte, Susan Franklin. Lavaune White, Steve Reynolds, Richard Hoag, Mr. Jones. Third Row: Larry Snider, David Noble, Gael Shellenbcrgcr, Dan Johnson, Walter Burrill, Mike Wickstead, Gary Yvassom, Gregory Woodruff. Daniel Tofte, gf' ' .fu 'Hs "' 'HLAJ , 1 Front Row: Sandra Wooddell, Ron Guffin, Joyce Herman, Valera Frankfurth, Marilyn Bowell, Ann Hagen, Janet Kellberg, Maryl Sandberg, Ron Aiken, Myrha House. Second Row: Miss Killingsworth. Ron Patterson. Dan Nichols. Beccy Marshall, Sonjw Browning, Delores Frazier. Christie Simpson, Arlene Vietzke, Sally Meranda, Third Row: Mike Bauer, Bob Eveland, John Akins, Larry Saville, Steve Stradley, Ron Swanson. Jon Vevik, Tom Hawkin- son, Tom Barry, Don Salvage. wr- Q !,ll 1 Front Row: Barney Halstead, Bob West, Connie Montgomery, Jean Kling, Pam Osier, Sandy Page, MRS' Doug Heaton. Second Row: Paul Kingsly, Mary Karr, Nancy Stannard. Chris Wren, Janice Eakins, Alice McKnight, Pat Wassom. Frank Walker, Mrs. Lancaster. Third Row: John Corigliano, Bob Parker, Charlie Hamilton, Bill Miller, Bill Taylor, Gary Brown, Jim Stephenson- Jim Macknicki, Steve Schafer, Bill Lee. 97 Hunting for bugs from left to right are: Joe Akins, Daniel Nichols, Judy Dus, Renee David, Valera Frankfurth and Doug Sander. 1 Front Row: Walter Countryman, Berlinda Decaro, Lora Gausman Candi Frasher, Patty Usher, Betty Peters, Richard Hiller, Mrs. Merle Gossett, Janet Bruce. Diane Higgins, Carole Baldwin, Don Front Row: Bobby Williams, Dave Seidel MR' Suzanne Mattie, Juanita Goodman, Ruth Sandra Reedman, Donna Griffith, Jan Hyslop, Martha Boswell, Claudia Bentley, Bill Cassady. Third Row: Harley Copeland, Eric Tollefsen, Hank man, Ralph Griffith, Barry Lawson, Harvey Krieg 98 I Wonder if Bed-Bugs Count ln September of this year, all soph- omore biology students were required to have a display of 50 bugs. Upon the closing date for this project, Wfalter Spangenberg had a superb collection of butterflies and grasshoppers. Then all he had to do was prepare the choc- olate. People who have not had to capture bugs may think that this is absurdg however it serves a dual purpose: First to help students become aware of dif- ferent kinds of insects in the area and secondly to give materials to classify all insects. Anne Nygren. Paulette Benner, Rosalie Coffey, Row: Steve D'Assisi, Phillip Basso, Linda Bell, Jack Fournier, Wesley Johnson, John Anderson, Gregory Hendrickson its Y' t. 'sg iqtl ,V- tlfvt '- A' Vickie Christensen, Sue Gamblll, Becky Stone, Gregg, Tim Wooddy. Second Row: Rick Hooke, Suzanne Heine, Sharon Wallen, Danny Roger Smith, Mike Hansen, Paul Hell- l l l I I MR 1 3I9 Front Row: Gary Neiswender, Richard Hagman, Joyce Willenbong, Sherrie Newell, Mary Ann Olson, ' Cathy Davies, Kathy Jackson, Kathy Roder, Eddie Allen. Second Row: Tony Sandhofer, Terry Gal- ambie, Judy Brooks, Pam Tiffany, Susan Olson, Linda Stuart, Gary Heimbigner, Steve Gump, Mr. Malterncr. Third Row: Larry Bell, Russel Oslund, Steve Filippini, Mike VanCleef, Sam Lerch, Mike McHenry, Ken Zarko, Richard Jones, Robert Christerson, Ken Phillips J' ap MR Front Row: Kenneth Roberts, Frank Stevens, David West, Robert Drury, Miriam Simmons, Tobe Rob- ' bins, Melvin Kincheloe, Donald Heaton. Don Pariseau. Second Row: Mr. Manfred. Laura Coyte, Cathy Mandt. Sandra Prechtl. Muriel Cleveland, Jill Harding, Doris Miller. Janine Welis. Karrol Hagm:-n. Delores David, Barbara Francis. Third Row: Danny Merritt, Eric Robison, Gary Dickinson, Paul Custer, William Pariso, Dannicl Labarge, Richard Sperling, Dennis Duehning She did? Guess what I heard? Did you get the assignment done? Notes, news, nonsense and ru- mors fly in the halls of North Central. Once in awhile even schoolwork is mentioned. Although school is for academ- ic learning, the student also learns such things as how to get along with his fellow man, how to understand himself better, and assorted social graces. The student that participates fully in school programs such as after-school sports, clubs, Girls' League and the ASB, improve his chances for a successful future llfe- What a well-turned calf is here, my manl 99 'Quill ' 1 Front Row: Ardath Chung, Jackie MR' O 3 LaPlante, Linda Niles. Darryl Fogle. gctt, Margie Tribble, Diane Havens, Kathleen Juhnke, Pat Tyree, Eschenbachcr, George Wunderlich, Jim Anderson, Dennis Sweet Robertson. Karen Kennedy, Sue Richards, Cathy Reeves, Dale Gilbert, Sue Buckley, Meribelle Crag- Row: Mr. 0'Leary, Jim Pitt, Jerry Oberg, Jim Front Flow: Gerald Schuh, Lyell Williams, Tom Warfield. Joe Garcea, Jim Boyce, Dick Allison. Schafer. Pam Bowcutt. Fran Othmer, Muriel Allen, Sandra Ortiz. Darlene Darrah, John Husby, Jim McLaughlin, Dennis Burch, Steve Moe1le', Beverly MRS. REID- I I0 Penny Wacker, Donna Decker, Colleen Duffy, Jon Mark Deasy, Carol Sagen, Debbie Steidl, Linda Rice. Third Row: Mrs. Reid, Vickie Hutts, Elmer 1 Front Row: Mr. Simmons, Larry Smith, James MR' Mary O'Neill, Earl Lewis. Second Row: Ri . ' Bev Rosa. Dan White, Jerry Blizzard. Third Row: Bob Denny, Randy Grimm, Dave Neff. I00 child Peggy Plumb, Carlen Duehning, Ella Dahlke, Karen Stotts, Danelle Davies, Sharon McGrath, Wickard, Mike Forry, Larry Hone, Ken .qs na MR 1 Front Row: Gary Baldwin, Sharon Hunt, Louise Campbell, Rosemary Goerz, Janis Hyko, Karen Breed- ' en, Carlotta Cable. Second Row: Raymond Stradley, Randy Naylor, Sharon Forsell, Tomi Brand, Kris Peterson, Jess Daniels, Cheryl Johnson, Clinton Komberec, John McCoury. Third Row: Vernon Mir, Robert Rockser, George Cannata, Douglas Clukey, James Dighans, Larry Treffry, Mike Ketron, James Daly, Robert Duprie, Ralph Radmer 1 Front Row: Jon Claeson, Vicki Cobb, Theresa Seitz, Bobbi King, Karen Larson, Diane Pearsall, John MR' R th k D ' F1 ' S d R D ' R h M'k N' l I P A d Bl k o roc , ennxs anlgan. econ ow: ennis oac , 1 e ic io s, am uran , Sue ac , Vickie Gibson, Linda Hengen, Sandy Douglass, Terrie Thompson, Jerry Burrow. Third Row: Ray Morrow, David Olds, Steve Hurley, Mack Ketron, Jim Hern, Tim Flanigam, Steve Chapman Students Find Caesar Tragedy Timely Unfortunately lll2lll,S idea that mur- der does away with systems of govern- ment or that wrongs are righted has not yet disappeared. Sophoinores studying Shakespeare's "Julius Caesarn found a parallel in the assassination of our 35th President. Caesars passing was noted with ora- tion and political upheaval. Newspa- pers all over the world carried the sad story of the death of John F. Kennedy, but a smooth transition was made to the new administration. 'C' S3916 ', Linking the past with the present is Mrs. Reid as she reads of Caesar's Tragedy. 0,25 io 1 xiii 'CS-13' --an .'1-N. Q What a difference three years make! Seeming to typify the freshman .W gaze with awe on a senior, Steve Williamson. I02 for seniors, Lynda Pharness and Mickey Nyreen , ,, xg . .sw 1. Front Row: Don Plummer, Dale McGilvra, Bonnie Overfield, Cathy Pesik, Donna Pringle, Cynthia Peterson, Peggy Wolf. Jeb Bowell. Bill Hefling. Second Row: Candy Morgan, Paulette Roycr, Loralee Deiter, Sally Pickens, Lynda Kennedy, Bernice Stills, Virginia Gray, Colleen Day, Kenny Tom, Lloyd Wallis. Third Row: Tom Blizzard, Larry Ash- ley, Jim Swan, David Waterbly, Merle Isbell, Darrel Johnson, Dennis Veter, Rick Keeling, Tom Hall, Nelson Edmonson, Jack Burk. ii MR 1 I Front Row: Edward Trantum, Ann Hiller, Carla Caralus, Elaine Rounds, Marcia Clark, Sandra Jordan, ' Sandra Olson, Robert Lines. Second Row: Paul Hannum, Mike Frazier, Tim Durkin, Bob Judd, Krise Evans. Art Collins, Third Row: Ron Calhoun, Teresa Newsome, Susan Revard, Paul Solvepron, Dennis Reed, Kathy Magnus, Maryann Peterson, Mary Hill, Pat Davey, Ben Daniel. MR Front Row: Wes Tatum ,Bill Daley, Mari-Lu Barr, Sheryl Samms, Carol Welch, Vicki Judd, Kathy ' Munyan, Tuesday Seibert, Linda Watson, Larry Holmes. Second Row: Jim Griffith, Dennis Stuart, Sandy Ferguson, Sharon Kent, Lynda Pharness, Betty Dechenne, Rose Williams, Dave Wright, Randy Walker, Bill Scott. Third Row: Gordon Gooselaw, Dennis Giles, Randy See, DonnaRay Campbell, Barbara Dgniels, Joyce Hill, Sharyn Knaff, Bruce Wald. i03 MR Frotnt liolfvz Nakagawa Linda Knutson Josephine . S . ei z. y a Row: Gary Monroe, Patrick Payne, Linda Nicholson, Donna LaSalle, Kathy Hutts, Margaret Alice Hogan. Third Row: Jim Coleman, Dick Lang, Ron Erickson, Dorothy Burnette, Jean Earling, Eyre, Walter Zehm. 1 Front Row: Audrey Brooks, Bernadette Wallen Mike Alexander, Roger Willis. Ray Crepeau, Kathy Olson. Second Paula Taylor, Lois Nygren, Ted Kahila, Gordon Peone, Vickie Wolfrum, Judy Sagen, Barbara Gerkensmeyer, Steve Nelson, Ed Cuneo, John McDougall, Mike Sleeth, Jack Clemmens, Les Rohrbach. Freshmen Characierizecl by Chaos Versus Confusion Being thoroughly confused and be- wildered, are characteristics of the freshman class, during the first part of its high school life. In the cafeteria, which is known as organized disorder, freshman students find themselves quite a l o n e and friendless. A typical scene in the caf- eteria is of a freshman girl picking up assorted objects which have been spilled from her purse, the result of Bewildered Paulette Royer is looking around for help as she tries to ' ' find a seat in the chaos and confusion of the cafeteria tables. a boylsh Prank' IO4 'GQ Ich! , .S . . MR '02 Front Row: Carolyn Jacobsen. Mickey Nyreen, Steve Saruwatari. Gale Graham, John Thompson, David Wilkinson, Delorls Stewart, Kathy Boyet, Beverly Arnold. Second Row: Jan Carlson, Diane Brittuin, Mary Martin. Gidget Erickson, Teresa Hanson, Patricia Cotter, Sharon Nikotieh, Joanne Mills, Gary Applegarth. Third Row: Roberta Glenf donning, Linda Jones, Terry Smith, Roger Boberg, Gene Sanford, Bradley Morrison, John Bordwell, Peggy Hansen, Chris Walker. v, T224 Front Row: Tom Hornung, Linda Casselman, Mike Bafaro, Linda Johnson, Renee Swanson, Marilyn ' Pasicznyk, Judy Portrey, Dana Gates, Gary Nelson, Dan Brendmoen. Second Row: Alex Willey. Verna Rae Kennicutt, Betty Niles. Anita Mascher, Linda Jarrad, Donna Jones, Marjorie Wright, Sue Phillips, Danny Williams. Third Row: Karen Bjaaland, Pat McCammord, Dennis Stowers, Mike Price, John Litten, Chris Harris, Linda Bove, Mike Boyle. MR -, Front Row: Joe Ross, Ed Funk. Joan Martin, Cheryl I-leathers, Bonnie Wincstorier, Patty McLaughlin, Car- ' la Pielli, Rod Rice, Geoffry Wickstead. Second Row: Sally Clark, Louise Webber, Donna Harding, Judy Aronson, Beth Brougham. Alice Douglass, Nancy Gausman, Barbara Reynolds, Sandra Pond. Third Row: Michael Riehle, Bill Daniels, Kenny Lattimore, Rand Evans, Mike Albright, Jon Coffin, Dick Engstrom, Gary Buck, Pat Kennedy, Steve Nolan l05 1 Front Row: Michael Wenrick. Second Row Barbara Sailor, Sharon Bailor, Patsy Jones, Nancy Rose, Nina Burger, Linda Mathewson, Vicky Foster, Judy DeL'mge Arnold, Allen Glllett Dan -iii 1 Front Row: Cliff Wavra, Terry Mattix, Marjean Phillips Chery'e Perkins Donovon Adamson Ch House Jim Johnson, Ed Karin Cordia, Doug los. Anderson, Marjorie Gardner, Mary Wright. Jeanine rles Mashtare. Donald Lunger. Second Row: Patricia . - , - , 3 Decker, Janice Naylor, Jean Swanson, Sharon DeLoach, Carlinda Blick, Peggy Henning, April Parish, Barbara Saunders, Daniel Omera, Ronald Bowman, Leonard Shaw, Mr. Sanford. Third Row: Alan Hanson, Steven Cunningham. Robert Hyko, Dcedre Roper, Diane Sweet, Karyn Lindon, Ruth Campbell, Wayne Brusseau, Marvin Olson, David Elliot. ,953 eg, Front Row: Richard Teasly, Ben Lawson, Carolyn Biggs, Cheryl Pickens, Melvin Felton, Jack Mont Jerry Kostelecky, Janet Glass, Sandy Nelson, Barbara Soapes, Gayle Northcutt, Carlton, Gloria Jackson, Judy Edlin, Bobbi Cox, gomery. Second Row: Joan McLain, Gina Mells Dale Reed, Dayle Haskins, Miss Stanley. Third MISS STANLEY- I06 Patti trom, Row: Carol Altenberg, Gary Awbery, Brian Hippersen, John Custer, Lloyd Schaeffer, Jim King, Pat Gracio, Eugene Rice, Carol Peters. IO6 -v MR Front. Rovy: Gerald Shuck. Michael Schuh, Joan Downing, Barbara Vantine, Beverly -r W Dennis Wilson. James McTaggart. Second Row: Fred Yancy, Diane Rasmussen, Gergia McNutt, Hoffman, Teresa Davey. Lynn Mitchell, Kathi Cox, Anthony Farrell, Gary Hartlc. Third Row: James Taylor, Brian Simpson, Shaffer. Gloria Mutton, Lucile Kennedy, Katherine McLaughlin, Albert Keen, Tom Mason. Hopeful Freshmen Looking llorwarcl to their lour years ol' high school is one ol many charac- teristics ol' a freshman student. The lll'CSlllll2lll year is very important, be- cause it determines the stuclent's later success in high school life. The homeroom teacher boosts thc conlitlence of the lreshmen and pre- pares him for further enjoyment of school lile. As the year wears on, the stuclent lincls that he can often rely on his own experiences. thus helping himsell' and becoming more mature. sd! :Q 7 ,K . .-A uv. . --rs N . ii jxssw, .zmm .'. 5. MA., V' ' X Freshman cheerleaders, pictured from left to right. are: Linda N Marcia Clark, Jan Naylor, Cheryle Perkins, Elaine Rounds. ilant, Linda Orr, Dorothy Stephen icholsan, ABSENTEES AND NEW STUDENTS-Front Row: Penny Huffman, Patricia Gemmrig, Bettie Merrill, Freya Wicks, Judy Prater, Linda Swartz, Darlene Collins, Jan Clukey, Marilyn McLemore, Annette Nevdahl, Joan Griner, Chris Chappell, Nancy Long, Joyce Zorn, Marcia Morgan, Don Walker, Marv Richardson, Gary Hynes, Dick Mooney, Dave Bianche, Mike Einhoff. Second Row: Kathy Swan- son, Shirley Miller, Michelle Taylor, Penny MacGregor, Kathy Parker, Judy Caruso, Ron Huston, Jennifer Watts, Linda Killian, Darlene Morgan. Susan Smith, Marilyn Rail, Vicki Donahoe, Jana Lloyd, Verna Zinnecker, Laurel Dewey, Lynne Henry, Linda Bond, Marya Graf, Jack Coffey. Third Row: James Elixman, Robert Keglcy, Chuck Smith, Mike Bordwell, Carl Decker, Steve Kensok, Don McGuire, Donna Revard, Sandra Hayden, Nancy Conrad, Diana A1lgaard, Dorie Wilson, Kathy Griffith, Janice Warinske, Val Mc- Allister, Shelley McMullen, Gay Cooper, Judy Welch, Helen Stevenson, Tony Hart, Ron McCullough, Joe Prudente, Gordon Brown- ing. Fourth Row: Nickie Clemenson, Gary Mason, Kim Acuna, Steve Peterson, Karen Spencer, Sandi McNutt, Suzanne McNutt, Charlotte Williams, Robert Pickett, Pat Cotter, Stan Fenstermaker. Fifth Row: John Gottschalk, Rick Spies, Greg Sauser, Ross Hart- man. Sue Lindberg, Lois Bouck, Sharon Gibson, Donna Sayward, April Johnson. Sixth Row: Steve McConnell, Earl Harris, Don Huston, Bill Riley, Mike Boyle. Seventh Row: Gary Nickeson, Mike Blair, Dick Fowlkes, Kenny Felix, Chris Poston, Jerry Harwood, Hank Green, Jack Rizzuto, Dennis DeBill, Ray Morrow, Randy See, Walter Campbell. I07 Clo Rogen, treasurer: Bill Brougham, fifth Bottom Row: Monte Moore, president School spirit was the maii ated Student Body presiden various activities offered. Beginning the year in a Hleek, September 9 through theme and Friday of that week was the Get-Acquain Co-recreational nights were held at the school, Oct recreational facilities for the students. The first was second was for juniors and seniors. Jacinta Caballero was crowned queen of the Football Festival at the largest mixer North Central has ever sponsored on Octo- ber 25. Preparation began weeks in advance with the selection, by the football team, of ten candidates for queen which was narrowed down to three by a vote of the student body and the football team. Princesses were Nikki Charlton and Jean Bonser. Carnival time brought fun for all as school clubs participated, each operating a booth or concession the evening of November 8. Admiring the display window advertising items sold by the ASB are John Malterner, Norman Erickson and Kenneth Mhyre, ASB advisers. I I l Top Row: Jerry Brown, vice-president: Nikl-: i Charlton, secretary: ASB Promoies School Spirii' l 1 motivation and goal of both Associ- ts and the result was evident in the friendly spirit was Get-Acquainted 13. Each day featured a get-acquainted ted Mixer. ober l and 2, which featured indoor for freshmen and sophomores and the yi-V17 Q1 0 o o A 1 Top Row: Bob Erickson, fifth executiveg ' Sandy Brockway, treasurer: Diane Saruwatari, secretary: Bob Gausman, vice-president. Bottom Row: Larry Bruya, president. NC Siudenfs Visii' Exchange School The annual Christmas convocation was held December 20, followed by a mixer January 10, which ended the fall semester activities. The beginning of a new semester marked the beginning or creation of several Associated Student Body standing committees which enabled many more students to participate in activities. St. Valentines Day was the occasion for the ASB date dance held February 14 in the Old Gym. Music was provided by the Marauders. Co-recreational nights were held again March 9 and 10. An exchange program of ASB officers and students was staged between Queen Anne High School in Seattle and North Central this year. North Central's students, Diane Saruwatari, Rick DeWitt, Jack Reynolds and Chris Olson visited Queen Anne and observed various methods of leadership and government in the school with the idea of possibly improving NC's ASB. Money-raising projects were held at times during the year. One of these was the collect- ing of coffee can lids in March. North Cen- tral was in competition with Ferris High School. Another project was 'Pennies for Hams," a contest between the boys and the girls. Pennies were collected and hams were pur- chased for needy families to receive on Easter. Two additional all-school mixers brought the school year to a close. These were held March 20 and May 1. Every Wednesday morning the House of Representatives, made up of delegates from each homeroom, is presided over by the ASB officers. Senaiors Ra+ify Consiiluiion Forming the niost important legislative branch of the Associated Student Body, the senators were elected by their fellow classmates. The senators inet once a week with the ASB officers to discuss and vote upon important issues. Front Row: Bob Johnson, Sally Meranda. Second Row: Dar- rell Mead, Tanya Charlton. Third Row: Bob Gausman, Denise Perkins. Il2 O1 ie of the main responsibilities of the senators is to ratify the constitutions of IICWV HS HI Front clubs before they can begin operations 1 organization of North Central. ow: Marcia Clark, Brian Simpson. Second Row: Candy FrasheE, Rick Giampietri. Third Row: Vicky Murry, John Young, Fourth Row: Jerry Ward, Kay Materne, Stan Taft. gw Ni' Representatives to Waskowitz were Jerry Brown and Marisue Nelson. Leadership Conferences Allended To improve student government by developing interest, enthusiasm and self-confidence in its leaders was the purpose of these three leadership -SHN K s 'NA ' 3 Packing a suitcase was one of the many duties for Tom Griffith, Craig - Lee and Sharon Straub, representatives to Boys and Girls' State. Delegates to Twinlow, a leadership camp for school leaders, were Monte Moore and Ruth Bonin. wwe'-lingua? conferences. Training and experience in the skills of democratic procedures were provided the rep- resentatives from North Central. Vtlaskowitz and Twinlow were attended by the oflicers of the ASB and Girls' League. A faculty connnittee chose two boys and one girl from the Junior class to represent North Central at Boys and Girls' State. S0leml1ly Saluting the flag during their last Girls' League COHVOCBNOI1 are Ruth Bonin, president: Marisue Nelson, vice-president: Linda Jewell, secretary, and Jacinta Caballero, treasurer. 'ima Il3 ff' Front Row: Peggy Henning, Renee Paquin, LeAn.na Pleasant, Sandi Brockway, Lynette Torrisi, Bonnie Kringle, Ann Hagen. Second Row: Gail Keeling, Larry Heinz, Rod Lindberg, Don Breeden, Pat Rooney, Paul Worthy, Fred Parks. ASB Commiffees Front Row: Karol Guffin, Linda Beckman, Sally Mulligan. Second Row: Andy Jordan, Clo Rogen, Chuck Pefley. Front Row: Sharon Yurik, Eleanor Uhden, Barbara Bassett, Janice Scammon. Second Row: Larry Bruya, Donna Flevard, Cathy Dunn, Sandi Brockway, Clo Rogen. -,,,....- L4,f i J, U II4 --an....g --q... ,FL . l Front Row: Tami Hubbard, Bonnie Pasi- cznyk, Gloria Rohner. Top to bottom: Tom Griffith, Karen King, Jennifer Green. ront Row: Carla Jo ..awrence, Sally Pickens, Don Walker, Cheryl Pickens, Donna Newberg. Second Row: Ken Bisbee, Carol Griffith, Megan Magner, Marie Taschereau, Mike DeLong. ftxhxt Front Row: Linda Nicholson. Vickie Wolfrurn, JoAnn Tonellato, Chris Olson. Second Row: Don Manildi, Marie Taschereau, Jon Caudill, Fat Riggins. Front Row: Donna Revard, Steve Williamson. Second Row: Don Matson, Pat Pfeifer, Bill Marchioro. Third Row: Bob Harn, Peggy Smith, Faye Oakes, Bill Brougham. . . . . Fourth Row: Jill Harding, Lea Litten, JoAnn Tonellato. Front Row: Mikki Aldinger, Stan Taft, Gail - . - A A Lansing. Second Row: Mary Lynn York, Kerry Fifth Row. Cheryle Perkins, Marilyn Pasicznyk, Gayle Semro, Judy Sacco. Cheryl House. Third Row: Nancy Gausman, Lucile Kennedy, Bev Saruwa- " ' tari, Janice Scammon. Jasberg. Q6 Q J ,Q ,f 9 , Q! '4- 1 's Q 0' 5 Q6 as ,, f Front Row: Bonnie Pasicznyk, Bill Marchioro. Second Row: Vicky Murry, Carol Marler, Sandra Vaughn, Steve Forsstrom. Third Row: Andy Jordan, Jim Rew, Gay Elbrecht, Craig Simpson. II5 Top Row: Linda Jewell, secretary: Marisue Nelson, vice-president: Jacinta Cabal Bottom Row: Ruth Bonin, president. Girl of the M North Central's Girls' Le: with the Big and Little Siste went to Millie Jenkins. Next c Party for Central Council 1. meet the council and form a The fall style show "Fall int and featured fall clothing sev show was combined with the Maloy, the first Girl of the A were selected for this honor l ICFO, ll'e3SLlI'Er' on'I'h Award Initiated igue began the years busy schedule r party. This year's Big Sister award in the agenda was the Get-Acquainted nenibers. The officers were able to closer tie with the girls. o Fashion" was presented in October, fn by North Central's girls. The style fall awards convocation. Also, Nancy Ionth, was chosen in October. Girls ny the special services which they had performed for North Central. Points Committee-Mardel Swank, Judy Marshall, Billie Wood, Honors Margie Tribble. Seated: Jane Peters. gawa, Bette ront Row: Marilyn Pasicznyk, Pam Naka- Second Row: Leslie Latimer, Karen Beck, man. Top Row: Carol McMullin, treasurer Rosemary Hill, vice-president, Bette Child, secretary Bottom Row: Carla Jo Lawrence, president CoHon Day Mixer Planned A big item in this year's activities was the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, which featured a concessions area called "Sadie Sity." Gen- eral chairman of the Sadie celebration was Karen King. As a special project this year the League officers wore look-alike dresses on particular Girls' League days. The Spring Style Show was presented March 25 and clothes sewn by the girls were featured. Next came Cotton Day and the Cotton Day Mixer, April 1, which was held in the Old Gym. Later in the spring was the Mother-Daughter Teag all girls and their mothers were invited. The Teachers' Tea was arranged in such a manner that teachers were able to enjoy refreshments throughout the day during their free period. Under the supervision of Margaret Nistad, Sharon Nustad, Orosia Mel-lugo and Helen Owen, the Girls' League remained an extremely active part of North Central's student body. Gathered around the Girls' League officers, are members Wishing in the Girls' League wishing well is Principal John P of Central Council singing songs at their Hawaiian get- Rodkey. Observing are Sharon Nustad Tammy Reid Carla Jo Law acquainted party. rence, Vern Broadwell, Rosemary Hill Carol McMullm Bette Child L..J U NOVEMBER Chosen for her friendliness and warm nature, Nancy was the Girls' League's first Girl of the Month. Carol the Nancy Maloy DECEMBER Xu, . v , . aff, R af." ff' Q fs of the general chairmen of the Sadie Selebration. d weekends, holidays and free periods to make 3 SUCCESS. Carol McMullin November Begins New Monfhly Award Progr m Sponsored by Girls' League JANUARY FEBRUARY -l 1 Suzanne was selected for her excellent last minute fill-in as For thd Girls' League Japanese exchange school, Karen spent the female lead in the school play "Hasty Heart." many hours in the production of a North Central scrapbook. Suzanne McCormack I I8 Karen Bjaaland MARCH APRIL ,I , t'l ' We. 'R ' I4 For initiating and managing a program of assistance for needy For her loyal work on the Tamarack and doing far beyond families, Girls' Leaguer Dolores Dickey received the girl-of- what was expected, Karen King was selected as Girl of the the-month award. Month. Dolores Dickey Karen King Oufsianding NC Girl Chosen by Girl-of'+he-Mon+h Commi++ee ga sf! Members of the girl-of-the-month committee are: Front Row: Rosemary Hill, Mary Lou Over- Thig is the necklace hauser, Margie Bisbee, Dolores Dickey, Karen Baker. Second Row: Carol Forrey, Rosemary which the Goerz, Barbara Hobbs, Vicky Murry, Diane Saruwatari, Pam Checki, Donna Clark, Mikki Girl gf me Month wears, Aldinger. lt is gold with a pearl imbedded above the face. I I9 Larry Bruya Boys' Sports Editor Managing Editor Ruth Bonin Managing Editor Karen King Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Johnson Associate Editor Productions Editor Tamarack Nelson Marie Taschereau Editor Senior Editor S+af'F Appointed Long before school started in the fall, the Tamarack staff had met and begun the involved process of putting out a yearbook. One of their gatherings month of August at Newm swimming were enjoyed. was a beach party held during the an Lake. Canoeing, sailboating and Early on the first day of school the staff met for announcement of positions. Then notebook staffs, were handed out so th work which lay ahead. Shortly after school had Sl Carol Eide had decided upon cover with the help of Barb: s, filled with advice from past years' e staff of '64 could get an idea of the Qarted, the art editors, Stan Taft and the design and color of the yearbook ara Eddy, Art Department head. Waiting backstage for vecond con to begin are the members of the Tamarack staff who are advertisidg the sale of the Tamarack. Jacinta Caballero Carol Forrey Cheryl House School Life Editor Homeroom Editor Activities Editor S+aif's Motto: To Each His Own In the middle of November a campaign for selling the books was held. Members of the beginning journalism class plus the annual staff made up the crew which scoured the homerooms of North Central for 54.50, the price of the book. Week-ends were spent, besides after school hours, combing Spokane's businesses for advertisements. These advertisements were very important as they paid for a good part of the book's cost. Each section was under an editor who gathered the material to- gether, planned the layout, wrote copy and scheduled the necessary pictures. Karen King, editor-in-chief, worked from the early hour of "O" period to 5 and 5:30 every night. She unreservedly sympathized with the staffs troubles but at the same time demanded a job to be done. Shown here are Tamarack staff members. Front Row: Carla Jo Lawrence. Bob Gausman. Second Row: Cheri- Chris Sanders Girls' Sports Editor Carol Griffith Advertising Manager Iyn DeBoIt, Ron McRae. Sharon Chapman. Third Row: Making a necessary trip to the printshop are Karen King, Carol Forrey Rick Dewitt, Margie Bisbee. Larry Bruya and Carla Jo Lawrence WL... s Cherilyn DeBolt C I F' kl d Copy Editor aro yn is an Index Editor Faculty representative and time freely to the production out to the print shop and laughed with the members of Marisue Nelson headed the Jeanette LaPIante Business Manager cardboard mats was the job of man, senior editors. Homeroom and Activity sho Margie Bisbee Sharon Chapman Girls' Sports Seniors There's Mefhod in our Madness adviser, Carol Newett, gave her spare of the annual. She made many trips engravers, advised, encouraged and the staff. Faculty and Administration section with the help of Faye Oakes, one of the two juniors on the staff. Collecting all the seniors, pictures and pasting them onto large Marie Taschereau and Sharon Chap- ts were scheduled by their respective editors, Cheryl House and Carol Forrey. "Don't gimme no guff." Larry Bruya seems to be saying to Scot, Ron Mc- Discussing art work together for the Rae, during the Tamarack convoca- Tamarack are Stan Taft, Carol Elde and tion. Barbara Eddy. I22 Seen with Carol Newett, Tamarack adviser. during one of her many visits to the print- shop are Mr. Robert English and Mr. Tom Keel. lP-"-- H Stan Taft Carol Eide Bob Gausman Carla Jo Lawrence Art Editor Art Editor Photographer Photography Coordinator Banquef Held for Journalisis After listing all the ads which were received and fitting them into a suitable layout pattern, advertising manager Carol Griffith turned the lists over to the business managers, Karen Baker and Jeanette LaPlante. They sent out bills and kept count of incoming money. Determining lines of copy and sizing identifications were the jobs of Cherilyn DeBolt, copy editor. Rebecca johnson completed the Productions section, which involved the Music and Drama Depart- ments, besides rereading all copy. Carolyn Fiskland, editor of Indexing, typed an identification P'f1gQog'rg':f1gr card for each student in school. This was to insure the correct page numbers beside every student's name in the index. aRecording a history of school life events for the Tamarack was School Life editor jacinta Caballero. Helping her were the staff photographers, Bob Gausman, Ron McRae, Rick DeWitt and Carla Jo Lawrence, photography coordinator. After a year of Tamarack who Editors of Tamarack are: Front Row, Larry Bruya, Karen King, Rebecca Johnson, Carol Forrey wouldn't be blowing bubbles7?7 Second Row: Cheryl House, Carol Griffith, Jacinta Caballero, Marie Taschereau, Chris Sanders -we . . Jennifer Green Cathy Funseth Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor year the News w LBP News Staff C NC news staff has the res Central News. It is their job tures, read galley and page p as published nine to ten issues each semest y D'Assisi Kay Materne Flieporter Girls' Sports Editor omplefes Busy Year ponsibility of publishing the North to plan page lay-outs, schedule pic- roofs, and meet the deadlines. This every two weeks, making a total of er. Early on Friday mornings, home- room news representatives obtain the newspapers from the circu- Bob Geiger lation staff at the distribution office. Reporter-at-Large The staff worked under the watchful eyes Looking over the shoulders of Mary Lou Overhauser, editor- in-chief, are Karen Beck, associate editor: Sue Reida, news editor, and Cathy Funseth, feature editor. News staff reporters are from left to right Bill Marchioro, Mega Mary Rigg, Billie Wood and Linda Russell. and lead Under hi 1 the Nati has capt Columb ership of Joseph Tremblay, adviser. 's guidance the North Central News ired top national honors yearly from bnal Scholastic Press Association and H a Scholastic Press Association. l I Tr ing to keep Rick Dewitt, news photographer, from cr wning Karen Baker, business manager, is Bonnie Pa icznyk, mailing manager. n Magner, IZ4 P-vu T uf""' Q- Mary Lou Overhauser Don Manildi Denise Perkins Sandra Brockway Editor-in-Chief News Editor Girls' Sports Editor Advertising Manager Sfaff Funclions Efficienfly Under Edifors All news staff members are required to first take one semester of beginning journalism. After completing the course, they be- I come, upon appointment of Mr. Tremblay, members of the News staff. The advertising staff is responsible for obtaining ads lor the paper from local business concerns. Mailing copies of the News to advertisers, administrators and exchange schools is the duty of the mailing staff. Members of this staff are taken from the beginning journal- SSQLLSKEQIQ, ism group. Page editors and staff positions are changed each semester by Mr. Tremblay. Editor-in- chief for the fall semester was Jennifer Green. Her successor for the spring term was Mary Lou Overhauser. Checking a news story with Bill Kemp is Joseph Tremblay, adviser. Working on news beats during second period are from Reporters are: Front row, Leslie Latimer, Judi Jackson, Cathy Dunn, far left to right: Cathy Funseth, Larry D'Assisi and Sandra Carhart, Bill Marchioro. Second row: Denise Perkins, Hugh Jennifer Green. Thompson. l25 "-P Front Row: Noel Sturgeon, Bill Marchioro, Larry Heinz, John Rufener Megan Magner, Sandra Vaughn, Kathy Michelson, Janet Mishler Linda Carhart. Linda Owen, Tami Hubbard, Vicky Murry. Wendy Nelson Sharon Bonnie Pasicznyk, Mary Rigg, Elaine Berrie, Sue Reida, Judy Atwood Beginning Journalism ln beginning jotnnalisin the students learned the basic elements of writing an ef- fective news story. During the second senies' tel' they began writing stories for the North Central News. Mailing stallf inet every publication day and wrapped the News to send to the various schools tliroughout the United States in a newspaper exchange prograni for high schools. Front Row: Gloria Alferness, Jill Fugate, Corrine Kersul, Karin Compton, Betty Peters, Sherrie Marston, Judy Mathews, Tanya Charlton. I26 Front Row: Dick Hines, David Aune, Ken Taylor, Mike Hill, Wayne Morehead, Bob Eve'Iand, Nancy Harris, Donna Clark. Traffic Squad The Traffic Squad, under the direction of John Malterner, served the school by helping to direct stu- dent traffic in the halls. It aided the ASB by enforcing school rules and regulations. This group was composed of select members of the junior and senior classes. L Overflowing stairways such as this one keep the traffic squad members on their toes. Radio Club Promoting greater interest in amateur "ham" radio operating was the purpose ol radio station VV7YL, which enabled mem- bers to communicate with other "ham" operators in the United States and Canada. Contact was made by both voice and Morse code methods. Help and instruction were given to stu- dents interested in obtaining their novice or general amateur radio licenses. This group was under the leadership of Leonard Graham. Front Row: Gerald Riddle, Ron Burton, Clifford Clark. Sec- ond Row: Kaye Clark, Tim Woody, Sheldon Senn. Third Row: Dave Shaw, Jay Sturdivant, Bob Custer. Fourth Flow: John Ellingson, Eugene Rice, Bill Schmalle. Fifth Row: Morris Shankman, John Johnson, Rick DeWitt. Sixth Row: Robert Collison, Leonard Graham. I27 l l l Front Flow: Bonnie Pasicznyk, Denise Perkins, Cathy Dunn, peslie Latimer. Second Row: Rick DeWitt, Kay Materne, Cathy Fun- seth, Carolyn Fiskland, Linda Russell, Mary Rigg, Elaine Berne, Carla Jo Lawrence, Rebecca Johnson. Third Row: Don Manildi, Karen King. Chris Sanders, Mary Lou Overhauser, Vicky Murry, Billie Wood, Carol Griffith, Bill Kemp. Quill and Scroll Quill and Scroll is an international organization which promotes interest in high school journal- ism. The Edward R. Murrow chapter of Quill and Scroll, eomposecl of outstanding journalism stutlents on the News and Tamarack staffs, were reconnnencletl by the publications' advisers. Joseph 'llremblay was aclviser of the club. ...qw l28 l I l l l I l l A l l Junior Press Club Junior Press Club is an organi- zation which offers high school journalists opportunities to meet and interview city newsmen. Mem- bership consists of representatives lrom all city high sehools. The members were chosen from the aclvaneecl newstalf positions. Tech- niques in interviewing were learned and practiced. The Spokane Press Club sponsors this group. Representatives from North Cen- tral this year were Don Nlanilcli, Jennifer Green, Bill Kemp and Mary Lou Overhauser. Representing North Central at the Junior Press Club meetings are from left to right: Don Manildi, Mary Lou Overhauser and Bill Kemp. K Front Row: Roberta Danielsen, Jan Stradley, Linda Russell, Sharon Dodgen, Cathy Dunn, Bonnie Pasicznyk, Melanie Wayne. Second Row: Diane Larson, Sharon Yurik, Sue Peterson, Nancy Vinge, Gloria Rohner, Chris Sanders. Real Cross North Centrals chapter ol? the National Red Cross, formed to aid in emergeneies. serves the home. school, Community and country. Membership is open to those who are interested with a maximum ol' six members from eaeh class. Meetings were held on the first and third 'fhursdavs ol each month. Since this organization is on a City-wide basis. many of its meetings and activities include students from ll wide area. Thespians Students who have earned ten points bv participating in stage productions are eligible lor membership in 'l'hespian Troop 628 of North Central. Two plays which the drama club participated in this year were "Hasty Hearty' and "Sing Ho for a Prince." Albert H. Mattus, drama coach, was the adviser. J, Hamming it up from top to bottom are Margo Cable, Jean Lampert, Dee Thopoulos, Judi Gibbs and Suzanne McCormack, officers of Thespians. Front Row: Marjean Anderson, Jerre Lutz, Dee Thopoulos, Barbara Betts, Margo Cable, Suzanne McCormack, Judi Gibbs, Pam Mathias. Second Row: Sharon Knaff, Shirley Hoffeditz, Bob Parks, Ken Taylor, Pat Ftiggins, Duane Kovacevich, Warren Schaeffer, Dick Hines, Jean Lampert, Carolyn Jones. l29 '27 DECA-Front Row: Jean Johnson, Judi Jordan, Burt Clark, Vic Gendron LaPIante, Karen Husby, Michele Owen, Sandra Osier, Jane Boschee, Dianna Rounds,, John Gibson, Dennis Kippenham. Fourth Row: Jerry Christie, Bill Manthey. Nottingham, Linda Womble. Second Row: Jeanette Third Row: Jan Smith, Kay Campbell, Greg Jack Parham, Bob Geiger, Larry Wieber, Gary DECA Library Club Distributive Education is an organiza- tion which combines school and work. Students enrolled in this course study field distribution: they attend school until 12:30 p.m. when they leave for their particular positions. Marge Stanley was the president of the group this past year. Library Club is a service club which worlg s every day in the school library, checlcing books in and out, decorating the hall bulletin board, and performing er- rands. LIBRARY CLUB-Front Flow: Catherine Pesik, Lillian Barnes, Sandy Olson, Rosemary Goerz, Carol Austed, Laurel Havens, Donna Mayfield, Elaine Goodwin, Pat Wassom, Jeannette Brush. Second Flow: Susan McCoury, Gary Wassom, Nancy Evans, 'Allen Gillett, Pat Tyree, Harold Petrie, Linda Cox, Bob Eveland. l30 Chess Club Under the instruction of john U'I,eary, Chess Club has again become active. The club was organized to give chess enthusiasts the chance to im- prove their game and to learn more about the strategic ma- neuvers ol: the game. The only requirement for membership is a true interest in chess. CHESS CLUB-From left: Wayne Barnhart, John Kahila, Allen Sackett, Tom Carrico, Cliff Clark, Richard Hoag. SSDF Debaies World Problems Social Studies Discussion Forum was formed to acquaint interested students about world problems, political, social or economic. At their meetings a debate of the positive and negative side by two people on a particular problem took place first, then the whole group joined in the dis- cussion. John Ellingson and Duane Kovace- vich were the chairmen during the year. SOCIAL STUDIES DISCUSSION FORUM-Front Row: Karen King, Phyllis Nelson, Cathy Dunn, Bonnie Pasicznyk, Judy Mathews, Vicky Murry. Second Row: Larry Bruya, Carla Jo Lawrance, Kathy Landberg, Jean Lampert. Judi Jackson, Linda Flatt, Donna Clark, Faye Oakes, Bob Gausman, Don Manildi. Third Row: Gerald Conrath, Duane Kovacevich, Laurie Moliter, Chris Sanders, Barbara Bassett, Gloria Rohner, Gail Lansing, Noel Sturgeon, Jim Manly, John Ellingson. .xv W l3I 5 .-. i i i 'i gr 4--. Front Row: Kathy Judd, Cathy Dunn, Betty Brooks, Bonnie Smith, Phyllis N Row: Barbara Eddy, Dolores Hall, Mardel Swank, Leslie Latimer, Sharon Bjaaland. Third Row: Sue Sarber, Barbara Hobbs, Billie Wood, Mary Lynn Yo mary Hill. Fourth Row: Jane Peters, Barbara Bassett, Diane Larson, Verna Elizabeth Kilingsworth. Yurik, Becky Nlarsnali, Er ' 0 Jasber San Richar loreg g, Karen Sacco. Second dy Kosteleeky, Linda dson, Marie Fife, Rose- Dickey, Judy Marshall, CISOYI, Judy Krell, Gayle k, Linda Stewart Chris ichards, Evelyn Buck, D Pointing out the qualities of cotton to fellow Looking over the mate club member Sharon Yurik is Leslie Latimer. right: Laurie Moliter, Rosemary Hill. of the such as IHCHL. was dishes Ros presid Elizabe C si' 1 6 C Displaying boxes filled with things made by the members for Marian School are Mardel Swank, Diane Larson, Cathy Dunn and Billie Wood. I32 and W Ji In ea als for their Marion School project are from left to Barbara Hobbs, Bonnie Smith, Judy Marshall and Cercile cle Menage Holds Foods Buffet Girls, interested in honieinaking are en- couraged to join Cercle de Menage. Projects club included honieniaking services sewing, cooking and social develop- rly Deceniber a foreign foods buffet Ven. Twenty varieties of Christmas ,Vere prepared for the formal affair. mary Hill and Dolores Dickey, past nts, with the help of their adviser, th Killingsworth, made the year busy rthwhile. ," K , Front Flow: Merri O'Conner, Sandy Nelson, Nancy Maloy, Karen Bledsoe, Roberta Thorpe, Phyllis Nelson, Karen Breeden. Second Row: Bruce Walker. Anne Freeman, Carol Eide, Nancy Vinge, Nancy Baum, Sue McCoury, Gayle Jasberg. Third Row: Barbara Eddy, Gail Lansing, Kathie Johnson, Bill Cady, Don Puddy, Nancy Blair, Barry Lawson, Stan Taft, Cheryl House. Ari Club Sponsors Coffee House Trips to the Cheney Cowles Museum and the Spokane Art Center were taken by the club for the purpose of viewing and study- ing the new art shows, whenever presented. As a service club the members volunteer their talent by providing decorations for the various school functions. Art Club spon- sored a coffee house, featuring folk singers, at the North Central Carnival. Several meetings and functions were held at the home of their adviser, Barbara Eddy. , -v 'lx 3 i ' i F if -.-I - Eg Admiring some of the art work done in class are Carol Griffith, Kathie Johnson Don Puddy and Nancy Maloy. P Painting signs are: left to right: Carol Eide, Gail Lansing and Phyllis Nelson. I33 yin-Jgi ,- . 'L U Q Wx L Y Front Row: Donna Clark, Judi Jackson, Karen King, Cathy Dunn, Betty Mahrf- Second Row: Wayne Keck, Jim Keene, Jane Peters, Darrell Mead, Third Row: Don Berg, Kathy Landberg, Valory Best, Steve Forsstrom, Gene Bob Gausrnan, Walter Spangenberg, John Ellingson, Carla Jo Lawrence Mikki Aldinger. -ff Q si . Cathy Dunn is smearing lipstick on Wayne Keck at the Biology Club initiation. Comparing an experimental white mouse with a dead one are Bill Kemp and Mikki Aldinger. Biology Club Visiis Refuge Helping students further their interest in scientific fields is the purpose of Biology Club. This year members visited the Spokane Wild Life Refuge and the Spokane Sewage Disposal Plant. For their annual money-making project the club sold mistletoe at the Biology Club- Tainaraek Morning Mixer. Walter Spangenberg and George Smith were coadvisers of the group. is Margie Bisbee, Mike DeLong, ?, Don Berg-four little skulls in a row. I34 Front Row: Karen Bjaaland, Linda Bec-kman, Sharon Stretch. Second Row: Terry Singing for the Talenf Club fryguig were Donna Sfarr, Jah Hyslop, Eleanor Uhderl, CQHYIIQ MOHQQQITIQFX, P3111 Cl"leDlkI, Elaine Berrle. Lang, Anita Peiel-5971 3nd Kathleen Cpllgtt, Third Row: Chuck Pefley, Jim Davis, Steve Fllipplm, Danny Hirst, John Young, Bob Cathey, Daniel Davis. Talenl' Club Encourages Skills During the past year Talent Club provid- On the first and third Ylfednesday of every ed the opportunities for talented students to month their meetings were held. Fall presi- show their skill. Their purpose was to fur- dent was Chuck Pefley and john Young was nish entertainment for various functions the spring leader of the group. Daniel Davis every year. was adviser of the club. fr it fl .39 Practicing a number for Talent Club are Jamie Davis, Linda Beckman, Dan Hirst, John Young and Bob Cathey. Giving her phonetic punciuation speech for the W pig and Little Sister Party IS Talent Club member Terry Starr. l35 Front Row: Chuck Pefley, Yvonne Crepeau. Mikki Ray Faye Oakes, Linda Procopio, Megan Magner, Cathy man, Tanya Charlton, Jan Elliot, Bev Saruwatari, Elaine Fiskland. Lyann Melum. Fourth Flow: Roberta Davis, Judy Sharon Stretch, Irene Horobiowski. 'hav Row: Sue Peterson, Pat Albright, Rosemary Hill, Third Row: Dorothy Congdon, Anna Free- Cox, Cathy Funseth, Barbara Eddy, Carolyn Murry, Judi Jackson, Verna Richards, Initiation of new members of Future Teachers of America was held year. FTA Presents Annual Scholarship The Spokane Garry Chapter of Future Teachers of America was organized to in- terest students in teaching careers and to informally introduce the future teacher to the teaching profession. FTA gives a H5100 scholarship every year to a deserving college-bound senior. This year North Central's club hosted the regional meeting of FTA and held two open houses. I36 during the Meeting after school for the special projects committee are Linda Procopio and Verna Rich- ards. l T Helping to correct students' papers as a project of FTA is Mary Lbu Overhauser. 2: Front Row: Vidki Allen, Marilyn Rail, Margie Bisbee, Nikki Charlton, Betty Mahrt, Yvonne Crepeau, Sally Mulligan, Laurie Moliter. Second Row: Vickie Gibson, Diane Moffitt, Sue Richards, Kathleen Juhnke, Tami Hubbard, sue Lag,-ie, Millie Jenking, Mary Lynn York. Third Row: Noreen Jacobsen, Rebecca Johnson, Pat Anderson. Colleen Duffy, Judy Krell, Gloria Alferness, Linda Lockard, Barbara Lang. Linda Owen, Cheryl Devidal, Vivian Hager. Judy Baldwin, Naomi Campbell, Marie Fyfe, Penny MacGreg Fourth Row: Pam Aurand, Linda Jewell, Marilyn Todd, Chris Sanders, or, Joan Graff. Checking the bulletin board for their FNA assignments are Sally Mulligan, Marilyn Rail and Naomi Campbell. Feeding a small patient at St. Luke's Hospital are FNA workers Judy Baldwin and Vickie Allen. .ill P-,JG . i Folding stacks of fresh laundry in Central Service is Pat Anderson, North Central FNA worker. FNA Serves S+. Luke's Future Nurses of America is an organization fornied to help girls beeoine fznniliar with the careers available in nursing. Helping with var- ious tasks at St. I.uke's Hospital each day ol? the week was shared by nieinbers of the club with girls from other city schools. Stuffed toys were made and sent to their adopted boy at Lakeland Village. Vivian Hager was the club adviser. I37 tl Front Row: Roberta Davis, Gloria Rohner, Marilyn Todd, Linda Jewell, Maris Judy Sacco, Mary Lou Overhauser. Second Row: Lynette Torrisi, Ruth Boni Carolyn Fiskland, Denise Perkins, Linda Russell, Gloria Alferness, Mary Lynn Campbell, Diane Filzen, Karen Husby, Linda Bellefeuille, Joyce Olson, Sharon Commercial Club S'l'resses Bu Commercial Club, established to promote interest in commercial careers, had a busy operate sold bo Nelson Karen King Patty Filzen Sandy Nelson e , . iii, Judy Mathews, Bonnie Pasicznyk,' Renee Paquin: York. Third Row: Donna Davis, Evelyn Buck, Kay Straub, Kerry Semro. siness Careers d a booth at the ASB Carnival and xes of candy as money-making pro- schedule of events. The club sponsored jects. many projects, one of which involved oper- A major or minor in commercial subjects ation ofthe student office switchboard after and a l'C,' average are the membership re- school. They also sponsored the annual typ- quirements. ing contest which was held in the spring, Wk., Displaying boxes of Bonin, Karen King, Working after school at the Club. las i I bars which the club sells are Joyce Olson, Ruth Marisue Nelson and Sharon Chapman. is Judy Smith, member of Commercial WARRIORS-Front Row: Terry Schafer, Pat Jesmore, Ralph Jones, Bill Diedrick, Greg Caballero, Ron Bogenreif. Second Row: Ray Baune, John Andersen, Geoff Griffith, Ben Goins, Jim Daly, Don McGuire, Jack Reynolds, Steve Jones, Steve McGough, Chris Nienstedt, Jim Damon, Bill Marchioro, Don Matson, Cal Ryen, Dennis Creighton, Bob Harn, Pat Pfeifer, Bill Nichols, Sam Giam- pietri, Russell Bishop, Sandy Cooprider, Danny Lannigan, Gary Anderson. Third Row: Bob Gausman, Gene Miller, Wayne Keck, Gary Florin. Tony Caruso, Norm Schoenfeldt, Paul Worthy, Larry Bruya, Monte Moore, Mike Proteau, Rick Lindon, Tom Brass, Connie Burnett, Bob Erickson, Tom Griffith, Steve Williamson, Gail Keeling, Gene Unger. Warriors Hold Annual Sports Banquel' XfV211'1'lO1'S membership is made up of boys who have received 21 varsity letter in any sport. At the annual sports banquet recog- nition was given to outstanding athletes. As Z1 money-making project YVarriors solfl candy and pop at the wrestling matches. They also held a wrestling "Smoker" in the spring with matches between varsity and non-varsity wrestlers. The money earned from tickets and refreshments was spent on athletic equipment to be given to the school. Presidents ol the fall and spring semesters were Rod Lindberg :incl Dennis Creighton respectively. sl Supporting the wrestling matches are these members of Warriors. Buying pop from Warriors Rod Lindberg and John Andersen is North Central rooter Sheryl Samms. I39 Front Flow: Jim Seedorf, Bob Cathey, Carol Forrey, Linda Cox, Lyann Melun, Davis. Second Row: Helen Cain, Don Manildi, Bob Briggs, Eric Tollefsen, Ji Millie Jenkins, Carol Griffith. Members of the Spanish section of international Club are breaking a pinata, a Spanish custom done at Christmas. Infernafional Club Newly Organized Newly organized and composed of the former German, French and Spanish clubs, International Club promotes the study of foreign cultures among third and fourth year language students. Officers from each of the three individual language groups and a staff of coordinating officers from the combined group were elected. During the year International Club met and heard lectures by members of Gonzaga University's International Club. The club also had a basketball game with Latin Club. l40 4 Admiring a Michael are if Laura Kean, Naomi Campbell, Gordon Peone, Jim Keene, Ullrich Marquardt, Don Berg, Keith Wunsch, Gene Keene. Third Row: Bob Gausman, Judy Hamp, Judi Gibbs, Carol Altenb rg, Irene Horobiowski, Marie Tollefsen, Sue Peterson, picture French of Mount St. students Judy Hamp and Judy Gibbs with their French instructor, Helen Oscarson. .vnu-n out vm-vu: pivot.: vi vu-mn costum are Bob Briggs and Jackie Herman. -um -.gum us a I gl vwnu X X-J Front Row: Ruth Wayland, Danna Gates, Sally Pickens, Cheryl Pickens, Cheryle Perkins, Sharon Yurik, Gail Northcutt, Peggy Hansen. Second Row: Susan Goudgward, Connie Kringle, Vicky Marry, Linda Hengen, Sharon Chapman, Barbara Bassett, Kathy Olson, Sue Hansen. Third Row: Mike Kilgore, Bob Silver, Terry Starr. Nancy Goudzward, Maryl Sandberg, Bonnie Kringle, Bobbie Davis. Marie Taschereau. Chris Simpson, Cherilyn DeBolt, Carol Forrey, Shirley Potter, Laura Lee Briscoe. Fourth Row: Mike John- son. John Rufener, Bob Warehouse, Dick Allison, Chuck Wilkerson, Steve Stradley, Otto Allison, Jerry Miller, Pete Johnson. ix ' at 0' Latin Club initiates wore tunics, while the members wore tonal for the benefit of the members. ,t Gathered around listening to a skit which is being presented by the "slaves" is the rest of the Latin Club. xv the initiation. The "slaves" were divided into groups to do skits Latin Club Revis.es Constitution "Senatus Populusque Romanus," which means the Senate and the Roman People, is the official title of Latin Club. Creating friendly relations among fellow Latin stu- dents was the main interest of the group. Laura Lee Briscoe was the adviser. December 22 the Club held its annual Christmas party for St. Josephys Orphanage and gave gifts to the children. The yearly Roman Banquet was held on March ll. I4l Front Row: Keith Wunsch, Craig Lee, Tom Griffith, Ken Bisbee, Russell Bishd Gary Anderson, Norman Northrup, Monte Moore, James Davis, Mike DeLong, Gene Keene, Darrell Mead, Edward Pesik, Jim Moore, Craig Simpson, Keith K Key Club Sells Washingl' Key Club International, affiliated with the community Kiwanis Club, is an active service organization at North Central. Their projects included the sale of Washington State red delicious apples last fall, the do- nation of food to a needy family at Christ- mas, ai convoc Larr cl ub's p, Don Berg, Bill Kemp, Pete Johnson. Second Row: Duane R6rberg, Jerry Miller. Third Row: Jim Keene, ringlen. on Apples id the use of members as ushers in ations. y Bruya and Tom Griffith were the presidents for the fall and spring semesters respectively. Presiding over a morning Key Club meeting is presidnt Tom Griffith. 1 "L . Q -1 Q s' I 1 l Don Berg is helping the stufents file into a convoc tion. 5 I42 ,A ...4-...V Front Row: Sharon Straub, Karol Guffin, Bette Child, Jennifer Green, Jill Fugate, Mrs. Green. Second Row: Janice Forbes, Tammy Reid, Chris Olson, Jacinta Caballero, Marie Taschereau, Ruth Bonin, Sharon Chapman. Third Row: Margaret Seidel, Joyce Olson, Linda Beckman, Sharon Yurik, Donna Newberg, Karin Compton, Jan Elliot, Judi Jackson, Cathy Dunn. Fourth Row: Gail Lansing, Jane Peters, Sue Fleida, Sally Mulligan, Vikki Lamb, Carol Eide, Billie Wood, Jan Stradley, Faye Oakes, Mary Lou Overhauser, Ruth Potter, Sue Peterson, Terry Frame. Vox Puellarum Serves School To be of service to the school and com- Saturday, sponsored a clothes drive for char- mUI1ifY HTC lhf? maill PUTPOSCS Of VOX Puel- itable organizations, and held joint meetings laruin, which is the oldest club at North 1 with other school service clubs. They also C L- . . Cn la worked at affairs sponsored by the Sorop- During the year, the nieinbers served - - . . t ft Cl b, will lo tle' r affiliatcl. lunch at the Senior Citizens Center every mms u i I W1 In 1 y a C i Selling a lilac pen to Mr. Glover for the profit of Vox Puellarum are left to right: Marie Taschereau, Jacinta Caballero and Sharon Chapman. Pledging her loyalty at Vox Puellarum's initiation is Sue Peterson, while Jill Fugate waits her turn. I43 X 'U I x'1',"x lr M, 1 I x 1' fy- wx Q -- 1 .3 if -sf. re g P! f ff L . N. Af.:-'3 Q x 'Q W si I xl I Us 2 .Av lvl 'N Q " 0 IQ J X . 1, 1 gkw ' '5 .4 M if' 1 ' -'H' 1 S-ut' : . 7 ,4-s- ,pf W.,-f .-f" on the left and Dianna Iron. Ray Lawton is seen taking one of the many aptitude tests required during the senior year for college. Displaying the stuffed animals the homemaking classes have made are Elaine' Berrie After a question-and-answer period on West Point life Jam Keene and Larry Bruya pose with Cadet James Paley NC Second lunch finds the cafeteria packed. graduate. T Ili 'Y M U-l Surrounding Dick Allison on Tamarack Day are Carol Griffith, What's going On in the library? Cathy Dunn, Roberta Davis, Shirley Potter and Carla Jo Lawrence. Y l if x N 9 1 wuz...-..,, 1 Front Row: Mary Ann Olson, Sherrie Martinson, Kathleen Juhnke, Mary Col' Row: Mary Brown, Mary Thompson, Kathleen Roder, Pamela Martinson, Jacqui Row: Bonnie Bowman, Donna Stanley, Judy Brooks, Judy Caruso, Julie Lou Lloyd, Georgia Parrish. Fourth Row: Linda Pozar, Carol Welch, Patricia Jone Patricia Schomber, Phyllis Heise, Lorraine Woods, Mary Newcomb. Nell, Jane Coffey, Donna Sayward, Linda Orr. Second ine Reeder, Roberta Danielsen, Diana Aal aard. Third gen, Judy Conrad, Carol Peters, Cecilia Kimble, Jana , Barbara Reynolds, Diana Harness, Cathy Mandt, Mixed Chorus and Girls' Glee Perform in Concerts PZll'LlCllJZ1lll1g in the Fall, Christmas and Spring Concerts have been the activities of the Girls' Clee and Mixed Chorus. This year during the Fall Concert and Tlianksgiving Convc Conce masse Repul Front Row: Patricia Larson, Helen Samuels, Bonnie Bowman, Linda Casselrnan Betts, Terrie Thompson. Second Row: Donna Stanley, Lucile KennedYl Marilyn Foster, Betty Kubas, Vicki Brannigan, Nina Burger, Lynn Mitchell, Linda Ho' ter, Ron Stumph, Russell Alexander, Cris Poston, Bill Ostin, Tim Durkin, gion Bass, Sylvia Tyree. Fourth Row: Joyce Hill, Tim Flanigan, Wayne Barnhart, Phil Leigh, Bill Zibulka, Mark Wickliffe, Steve M Lee Lawson, Fred Parks. lcation, these two groups joined the rt Choir and Concert Band in an en number of the "Battle Hymn of the Jlicf' , Joan King, April Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Barbara McDonald, Janette Scammon, Diane Mitchell, Judy Nell. Third Row: Ann Campbell, Linda Wohl, Pat Cot- Connell, David Winchester, John Gottschalk, Jim Cael, I48 Front Row: Martha Boswell, Karen Bjaaland, Kathy Johnson, Suzi McCormack, Rebecca Johnson, Sharon Straub, Yoka Spits, Judi Jordan, Tammy Hubbard, Sherrie Magers. Back Row: Bob Silver, David Moe, John Littlehale, Dave Winchester, Gary Thompson, Paul Kennicutt, Duane Kovacevich, Chuck Pefley. Seated at the piano is Linda Beckman. Tepee Lighiers Sing 'For Civic Groups Under the direction of James Simnions, Tepee Lighters niet after school as period 7. Providing entertainment for luncheons, PTAS and other civic groups has been a few of their activities this year. The group Band Adds Life 'ro Pep Cons Presenting entertainment for parties, dances and various civic groups has kept the Dance Band busy this year. The Dance Band is a select group chosen accord- ing lo niuscianship and leader- ship. The purpose of the class is to further develop inusic education in dance band and small ensemble also performed at all the concerts and sev- eral of the convoeations. One of the main activities of the group this year was earning nioney for outfits for the group. ivlClllS. '1wllC QYOUP is lll1KlC1' fl1C Front Row: Mike Albright, Larry Ellingson, Bob Cathey, Duane Rorberg, John , , , Young. Back Row: Jim Davis, Bob Roseberry, Danny Hesseltine, Terry Jones, ablg d11'CCtlO1'1 of Tlelnanll. Sitevg Filippini, Danny Hirst, Cliff Hiller, Roger Riediger, Chuck Pefley, David ue emann I49 Left to Right: Rebecca Johnson, Frieda Knapp, Sharon Straub, Judi Jordan, Bob Roseberry, Greg Tiemann. Not pictured is Paul Kennicutt. Siucienis Represeini' Norih Ceniral This year North Central was represented at the All-State Music Convention by five Choir The three huge members and two band members. convention was held in Yakima for days, elimaxing this period with a concert of the massive choir, band and orchestra. Conceris, Civic Groups Many engagements have kept the choir busy this year. Presenting the fall, Christ- mas and spring concerts were their main aetivi ties. The choir also sang several times at the Veterans' Hospital and for other civic groups. As the finale of a busy year, l50 Siage Crew Aids in Produciions Operating the lights and setting the stage for convocations and productions is the job olf the stage crew. Under the direction of Albert Mattus, they also assist with evening productions. Stage crew meets as a class third period to help the boys beconie acquainted with the job of Working backstage. Keeps Choir Busy our choir kept the tradition of singing for graduation exer- cises on May 31. The choir was under the direction of James Sinnnons, a graduate of lVashington State University. Upon joining North Central's faculty in 1959, he began directing the choir as well as other choral groups. 'bas liils P. -5, Front Flow: Ralph Owen, Flon Hill, Jerry Winget, Jim Rew. Second Row: Pat Osso, Bill Shower, Dale Holling. Third Row: Joe Prudente, Dave Shaw. Fourth Row: Dale Zehm, Gerald Riddle. Front Row: Linda Goodell, Diana Brown, Romelle Glover, Judy Vinge, Vicky Murry, Sharon Stretch. Second Flow: Verna Kennicutt, Jan Clukey, Frieda Knapp, Bekki Cook, Eleanor Uhden, Judi Jprdan, Linda Bell. Third Row: Phil Leigh, Jim Davis, Chuck Pefley, Mark Hall, Ed Kincheloe, Kathy Abernathy, Diane Larson, Judy Lattish. Fourth Flow: Gary Thompson, Dave Winchester, Paul Kenni- cutt, Duane Kovacevich, Duane Rurberg, Frank Knapp, Yoka Spits, Dolores Dickey. I5l Front Row: Jim Davis, Norman North- rup. John Anderson. Second Row: Geoff Wickstead, John Young, Duane Rorberg. Third Row: Bob Cathey, Larry Elling- son. I52 Ccncer+ Band Parficipaies in :Incl Spring COIICCYLS kept Llic con- Also on their sclicclulc was nizlrch- il lorcliliglil Pziruclc :incl partici- Sllillglllll Music Ecluczuors' Associ- unilornis, the bzincl moved inlo pccial rooms for storing unilfornis, Ling instruments were provimlccl rooni. An lnclizln ninrzil. clonc by will clccorzilc the outsiclc ol' thc crc liOl'l1llll21lCll also lor thc lzznul rucilurc at llic norlli cncl oli thc ofccts of the bzincl nicinbcrs Lliis yczn' :olzuc bar szilc. This yczn' thc sz1lc's Cy lor new instruments, A contest sales awarding first, scconcl :incl icnibcrs who sold Llic IIIOSL-Cfllllilyi X0 r J -fl A 1 X 61 fl rn N Q2 X " 7 Y1 ,"f-'fs Qi' 7 if ' M 15 Q its ,Mila f 1? In 'Rae ' ! Mix Q Q 1 1 ,Q :A 'A ' 9 ff Q59 : I . N x , v. .7 . 'K-4 JV' X .-'S gg, f V .X " 521, aff Q' " Y gg?-a+f',ffgi ,' .,f4..t.ifvfg,ff-.!f, " Q1 ' "' Ol - :5?'i 4 f V f 0 f f "gl Q55 X, 2-if 1' f ' Mis. 'gf " ' 4 Q- Y A 5 7 4 , - ,XX X 1' 8 am? ' ' .W W .K is .Xb'YL gt ,m ,.' 1.41 3 m ,I . , 'K -xl : f r -3.-3, Q aim 51 if if C1 5 ' Nygren, Linda Watson, Carlen Duehning, Pat Mandy, John Young. Bob Cathey, Ahrendt, Don Bradley, Larry Ellingson, Art Fisher, Danny Anderson, Dave Wilhelm, Jerry Brown, Greg Tiemann, Tomi Brand, Robert Rockser, Larry Pickett, Paul Kennicutt, Sharon Ruppelt, Don Pickett, Barbara Gene Unger, Cliff Hiller, Nikki Charlton, Calvin Ryan, Jim Davis, Randy T Griffith, Jean Earling, Richard Eyre, Rand Evans, Craig Evans, Dolores Frazi Harwood, Mark Hall, Clyde Hiller, John Iron, Paul Kinsley, George Kim, Joh Morgan, Michael McLean, Walter Morris, Bettie Merrill, Ronald Meagher, Don Nowlan, Pamela Osier, Sandra Olson, Stephen Peterson, John Painter, Robert Pickett, Joseph Ross, Thomas Rice, Stephan Shaffer, Billy Scott, Larry Snider, Jon Vevik. valory Bm,Deliiine'siibkeE'isi6RfeH,ffAri15id'f'LiEEiS Karnes, Karen Stotts, Chuck Pefley, Steve Filippini, ompson, Mike Wickstead, Norman Northrup, Ralph r, Allen Gillett, James Griffith, Ellen Hall, Jerry Litten, Timothy Marsh, Linda Mathewson, Marcia cGuire, Jackie Makarczyk, Sandra Nelson, Francis Marching Band Presen+s Half-Time Slunls Participating in Spokane's colorful Lilac Parade was the main activity of the spring Patty Filzen, Carolyn Fiskland and Diane Filzen pause during practice for Shrine Game to show their form. IS4 semester for the Marching Band. Accom- panied by the Red Feathers, Color Girls, Color Guard, Drum Majors and Majorettes, the band also participated in half-time ac- tivities at the football and basketball games. Marching in the Apple Blossom Parade in Mfenatchec was the highlight of their spring activities. The Marching Band is under the direction of A. G. Tiemann. Maioreiies Pariicipale in Shrine Game Per 'orming for football half-time periods kept t e majorettes busy during the fall season. Wearing bright red-and-white cos- EUITICS game , the majorettes twirled for the Shrine as well. Their major performance for the s ' in semester was marchin in S 0- Plf S 3 P kane's I Lilac Parade. l r Drum Maiors Lead Band Lezuliug their baud in sehool songs was the main job ol' the drum majors during the fall season this year. Add- ing color to the mzlrchiug units the drum majors led the way in hall-time SllllllS :lt the football games. Together with the mztjorettes these students led the North Central Baud, Red Ifeztthers and Color Girls through the streets olf Spokane lor the beautiful Lilac Parade. Under the di- rection ol .L Cl. lienizmn. their plumed shalkos signify their rzmk. "Time out!" calls A. G. Tiemann as band members Danny Hesseltine. Dave Wilhelm. Sandy Cable, Jerry Burrow and Valery Best leave the stage. "Ooooo, make it soft," pleads A. G. Tiemann as he directs the band. and Russ Osland. Not pictured is Steve Slade. ,Q ssssR9i'W Q I55 Standing in position are Dennis Kuhlman. head drum ma.IOI'l As Ron McRae and Suzi McCormack play the doctor and the nurse, Ken Taylor, David Winchester and Duane Kovecevich listen. g placed i these m Lachlen "The three ac 8, l9b3. directiol Ken Taylor as Tommy consoles Bob Parks as Lachlen Mc- Lachlen while David Winchester as Digger watches thought- fully. of a different race and nationality. Know them. H 'The Hasiy Hearig' All-School Play "The Hasty Heart" takes place in a British General Hospital some- where within the Southeast Asia command. It is about a Scotch ser- geant, Lachlen McLachlen, who is wounded and loses one of his kid- neys. Because of uranium poison he will soon lose the use ol' his other kidney and thus he will die. As the play progresses we see how the sergeant learns he will die and how he reacts to the news. He is ll a ward with five other men each one ing he llltlst spend his last days with en, he tried to make friends with is adjustments to the other men patients are aided by his nurse. After con- siderable adjustment problems, Lachlen Mc- spends his last days with his buddies. Hasty Heart" is a comedy drama of ts and was written by John Patrick. Two perrformances were given on December The performances were under the 1 of Albert Mattus. Just lounging around are Geoff Griffith as Kiwi, Bob Parks as Lachlen as Tommy. I56 Duane Kovacevich as Yank, and Ken Taylor Peggy Smith and Valory Best clown as Ken Taylor tries Rebecca Johnson before Steve Forsstrom interrupts. Cleaning up Vaughn Gaschet de l'lsle for the show are Steve Forsstrom. Paul Worthy, Peggy Smith, Nikki Charlton, Ken Taylor, Jacinta Caballero, Rebecca Johnson and Valory Best. Seniors Do Television Spectacular Cowboys and Indians, Love and Marriage, and 11 "really big shewf' were all part of the spectzteulzlr television progrznns produced und directed by this yeztr's senior class. Dee- orztting the stage as rt television set, the class went on to enact several types ol television shows with connnereiztls interspersed. A west- ern. 21 soap-box opera and an Ed Sullivan type show were the three shows that displayed the talent contained in the senior class. interest While Nikki Charlton and Jacinta Caballero flirt. Vaughn Gaschet de l'lsle watches as Paul Worthy remains unaffected. Going over the script with their adviser Albert Mattus, are Paul Worthy and Rebecca Johnson. Curtain going up? Sorry we're all tied up. Front Flow: Jacinta Ca- ballero and Rebecca Johnson. Back Row: Steve Forsstrom, Ken Vaughn Gaschet de l'Isle. , Qi! :ggi , Taylor, Paul Worthy, Peggy Smith, Nikki Charlton, Valory Best and I57 Front Row: Ron McCullough, Joe Prudente, Pam Mathias, Karen Peters, Ed Ki cheloe, Nancy Goudzward, Margo Cable, Suzi McCor- mack, Rebecoa Johnson, Kathy Malone, Bob Parks, Duane Kovacevich, Glora Rohner, Chuck Pefley, Sharon Straub, Anthony Caruso, Warren Schaeffer, Ken Taylor, Lucile Kennedy, Ken Williams. I Chilclren's Theater Produces "Ping Ho For A Prince" 0 i'Sing Ho lor a Prince" was produced by North Central for Spokane Children's Theater this year. It played five weeks at the Post Theater and then t was presentefl at Fairchild Air Force Base. Later it played in the Valley and was televised by KHQ Television in Spokane. "Now!" cries Rebecca Johnson as she uncrosses Suzi "Listen, my little one," sings nurse Sharon Straub to McCormack's wings, making her a good fairy. princess Kathy Malone. l There is no kind of death to kill The sands that lie so meek and still . . . But Man is great and strong and wise .-Xnd so he dies. fllN'l'l'IRMl5Yl-IR S+uden+s Mourn Deaih of James G. Simmons This year North Central experienced deep sorrow lor the loss ol a line man. james Gordon Simmons. choral director, passed away in his home at the age of 31. Mr. Simmons grew up and graduated from high school in Shelton, Hfashington. Desir- ing to lurther his education, Mr. Simmons attended lVashington State University where he earned his bachelor and master degrees in music. After graduating, Mr. Simmons taught at the lfVenatchee High School, Hlenatchee, lvashington, and di- rected the Men's Appolo Choir there. Memorial services were held March G at North Central. Two numbers were sung by the choir and Tepee Lighters and the announcement was made by John P. Rod- key of the establishment of a memorial fund. A memorial service was also held that evening in the Hazen K Jaeger Funeral Home. James Gordon Simmons 1932 - 1964 A great and gifted man has been called from our midst, but as lille continues, the students of North Central will long remem- ber Mr. Simmons for his sincere dedication to music, his deep concern for the musical education of his students. and the spirit and the tremendous memories which will for- ever inspire us all. While directing the' choir, Mr. Simmons sings along. Mr. Simmons displays his new class, Music Appreciation. Around him are Bonnie Bowman, Carla Jo Lawrence, Dolores Dickey, Chuck Pefley and Dave Winchester. I59 X NIE nv, A 1 gt. i 'Q Gonzaga ball player is pulled down by Connie Burnett 1895 and Sandy Cooprider 4283 closes in to help. ag Q 9 X Coach Edwin Kretz Coach Coach Leslie Hogan NC . NC NC . NC . NC NC . NC . NC . Walter Spangenberg League Scores . 28 Shadle ...... 7 . 0 Lewis and Clark . . 19 . 0 Gonzaga ..... 33 . 7 Rogers .... . 20 . 7 Shadle ...... 6 . 7 Lewis and Clark . . 54 . 0 Gonzaga ..... 47 . 0 Rogers . . . . 27 as Rookie Coach Coach Edwin Krefz Works Harcl After serving on the staff for eight years, Edwin Kretz became head coach, replacing Dave Holmes. He initiated a new program whose by-word was "Be tough. Tougher than anyone else." He also changed the team's offensive strategy. New on the coaching scene was Leslie Hogan, and Walter Spangenberg completed the staff of varsity football coaches. As a result of their supervision Connie Burne Chroi Revie tt was placed on the Spokane Daily icle's first team and the Spokesman- ,v's second team. Art Arnevick made the Chronicles second team. After this showing on the All-City list, the coaches are hope fi pionsl' .ll that North Central can raise cham- lip teams in the future. Receiving awards were, from left to right: Rod Lindberg, tackling, Apache, cogaptain: Ralph Jones, Inspirational Award: Tom Griff- BI' ith, blocking: Steve Williamson, cocaptainy 'n t Lf le. gg, l62 Art Arnevick, colineman of the y I 7 Connie Burnett, cocaptain, colineman of the year. ' 5 3' s - , X Q X 5' . at 1 zf 5 Bill Diedrick Jay Carlson Gerry Miller Quarterback Halfback Halfback Jack Coffey Fullback Steve Williamson Fullback Paul Worthy Fullback This was a year of achievement for many of North Central's players. Connie Burnett tied the eity's pass-reception record of 26 catches. Before Bill Diedrick was sidelined for the season because of an injury, he set several NC passing records. When given the try for points after touchdown, Bill Nichols did not miss a conversion try all year. At the awards banquet the following play- ers were recognized: Captains were Connie Q Sandy Cooprider Chris Niestead Larry Bruya Halfback Halfback Quarterback V' li ,Q .U ,. 1 Vg - . V f ' 5 g ll . F . , f , - . i - 1, " Ralph Jones Mike Proteau Bill Nichols Halfback Halfback HalfbaCK Burnett, Rod Lindberg and Steve William- son. The tackling award went to Rod Lind- bergg the blocking award to Art Arnevickg lineman of the year was Tom Griffith. The Apache award was won by Rod Lindberg and Larry Brunette. Ralph jones was given the Inspirational award. Thus recognition was given to the outstanding players for the things they did to improve the team. Mike Proteau 1475 runs for gain against Rogers as Ralph Jones 4413, Sandy Coop- rider 1283 and Dave Young 1681 clear the way. SENIORS Art Arnevick Rick Baldwin Russ Bishop Bill Brougham Larry Brunette Larry Bruya Connie Burnett Dennis Creighton Vaughn Gasehet de l'Isle Tom Griffith Rod Lindberg Norm Sehoenleldt Steve XVilliamson Patil X'Vorthy I63 Steve McGough Tackle Tom Griffith Tackle Rick Baldwin Tackle X. sf! ,. t is 5. ,Q X X me Norm Shoenfeldt Tackle John Chastain Tackle - 'i " 'Q XF 2 , R Larry Brunette End Tom Brass Jim Rew End Center X P ' P f 1 t gf , Q I I' ,. , Q, 539 0 -' .f .r g . ,,t., , . 23, Russ Bishop Jack Reynolds End Center I64 .. 1 Jim Rew 1513 comes off the Hogan as Ralph Jones and Jacl Diedrick Br field to talk to Coach Leslie : Reynolds 1551 look on. aks Ankle 9 In city league football play during the 1963 season, North 1 school twice and p Central played each aced fourth in the overall standings at the end of the season. The opening game of the season was with Shadle Park. Against previously last-place Shadle, the Indians won. In the second game, a promising quar- terback, Bill Diedrick, was injured and consequently lost fo the season. Sandy on to finish the seaso Vaughn Gaschet de l'lsIe Center r the remainder of Cooprider was called n at that position. , 3 is IS B q-.-1.2.3 5, X , Bill Marcario Guard Connie Burnett End Bill Brougham End I Ralph Bushnell End Rod Lindberg End , u Gary Ullrich End Shrine Game Draws Crowd When we took on our old rival Lewis and Clark, Lady Luck seemed to desert the Indians and we lost both games. This brought our over-all record throughout fifty years of league play between North Central and Lewis and Clark to a tie score. Highlight of this year's football games was the Shrine Game, featuring North Central and John Rogers, which was tele- vised. There were many exciting moments, a notable one being when Steve William- son made a spectacular 40-yard touchdown run only to have it called back because of a penalty. Even though we lost, the game drew a large crowd and it helped to raise funds for the continued operation of the Shrine Hospital for Crippled Chil- dren. Bill Diedrick 1155 is helped off the playing Yield, after breaking hls ankle, by Tom Brass flefty and Denny Creighton. -l' Pat Pfiefer Guard ui .cr ib "Q 5 S, 1?- , ' 'ir . -ap- ' ,? Art Arnevick Guard Chuck Preston Tackle ...wg 'E Flay Baune Tackle ,,.- .'j."1h fi df' A -K 41- , M. L 5 f f r 5,1 it I M S.. 3 , Q A Q 6 in 4 sis Q. . ,pak y f I sf rs s H s 1 i A Bob Gambill Guard t' .W Q. J. Sam Giampetri Guard 5 .ff X as if .gf 1 Dave YOUHQ Terry Dennis Guard Tackle P 2 " 2, , , 1 4. -0- I g. .- ' ' ' Mike DeL0rl0 Geoff Griffith Tackle Tackle 43- - Q , if " X W 2 .--. , g ,f V ,- .1, ' V I , , W-ff' - A R? ft. 6 v X 4 'i -ii . X Dennis Creighton Dale Zehm Trainer Manager ar., l i li fi ' "W l K , 1, 'av Q fr , 'M X 1 1, , 'X 1 X- John Andersen Steve Jones Manager Manager I65 PN A D . Q. ..f1f"L'9l 1 .. " 1 A B SQUAD-Front Row: Fred Parks, Bob Diggs, Jon Claeson, Don Skillingstad, Jon Warfield, Doug Clukey, Butch Mickus, Don Walk- er, Dan Nichols, Doug Sander, Terry Schaefer. Second Row: Dave Neff, Greg Kolbet, Rudy Reida, Bill Lee, Steve Hurley, Lyell Williams, Mike Ketron, Bob Warehouse, Ron Jewell, Otto Allison, Jack Ashloc . Third Row: Dave Seidel, Dick Allison, Dan Merritt, Mike Strand, Jim Chaffee, Mike Hansen, Tom Vaughn, Jerry Oberg, Ken Zar o, Ron Miller, George Mattix. Fourth Row: Coach Richard Hannan, Coach Blaine Bennett, Dick Sperling, manager, Rick Giampi tri, Al Strom, Dennis DeBill, Tom Wold, Gary Bursch, Bruce Brunett, Mack Ketron. NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC Coach Blaine Bennett Coach Richard Hannan B Squad Has Winning Season Rookie coaches Blaine Bennett and Rich- ard Hannan led the B team to a Winning season. Mack Ketron, first team quarterback, was lost in the first game with a broken wrist and was replaced by Doug Sanders for the remainer of the season. Doug Clukey and Ron Jewell were the only members of the B squad to receive the coveted Apache for their helmet. Rick Giam- pietre, the captain, was also named the most inspirational player. 166 League Scores . 0 Gonzaga . . 0 . 12 University . . 0 . 7 Rogers . . . . 12 . 25 Ferris .... . 7 . 19 Central Valley . . 0 . 12 Shadle .... . . 14 . 19 West Valley . . . . 25 . 18 Lewis and Clark . . 19 The El Squad as seen in a practice session between plays. Freshman Team Building for Fufure During the freshman football season, the fundamentals of the games are taught to the young, up and coming ball players. After coaching the varsity football squad for 13 years Coach William Diedrick took over the freshman football team and has led them to four out of five winning seasons. Losses to Rogers and Gonzaga spoiled the freshman team's chances for a better record, but looked impressive in wins over Ferris 25-6, and Lewis and Clark 16-13. They were ffaufiiltaigyawqinginmbalisriloig is the freshman foam" team' the only freshman football squad in the city to score on cit chain ion Conza a Pre . League Scores y P y g P . There were at least a half dozen varsity NC ' ' ' 25 Ferris "" ' 6 ros ects on the team this ear accordin NC . . is Lewis and czim-it . . 13 P P u Q , , Y ' S NC , , 7 Rogers ,,,, . 18 to Coach Xfvllllillll Diedrick, The team had NC - - 5 GOHZHSZ' - - 13 a 4-2 season record this year, playing two C practice games with Medical Lake and Mead, 1 and winning them both. "Forty-five boys 1 1 1 turned out and thirty finished the season 1 earning the right to their freshman num- E , era1s," stated Coach Williaiii Dicdrick. Coach William Diedrick FRESHMEN FOOTBALL-First Haw: Ron Meagher, Dale Reed, John Burk, Jim Johnson, Aien Willey, Pat Gracio, Jerry Kostelecky, Jan Carlson, Don Boardwell. Steve Kelly. Richard Teasley, Ben Lawson, J0hl'l Mvrligbmery- SCCOTIU ROW! Jeff! H3l'W00dn Dennis Stuart, Rick Keeling, Dick Engstrom, Fred Yancey, Dennis Reed, Mike Price, Sleeth, Fred Collins, Alan Hanson, Tim Durkin, Third Row: John McDougall, John Clemmons, Ron Erickson, Jon Coffin, Steve McConnell, Doug Rose, Bruce Wald, Brian Hipper- son, Lloyd Schaeffer, Gordon Gooselaw, Wayne Zehm, John Litten. Fourth Row: William Diedrick, Den Dristall, Bob Miner. I67 ... Q 1 li' CROSS-COUNTRY--First Row: Fred Black, Monte Moore, Gary Florin, Rick Lindon, Larry Hunt, Serafino Decaro, David Marguardt, Ron Bogenreif, Bob Gausman, Ben Goins. Second Row: Greg Woodruff, Pat Jes ore, Robert Rockser, Russell Oslund, Jim Moore, Tim McKinney, Wayne Barnhart, Danny Lannigan, Jim Damon, Don Salvage. Thir Row: Roger Smith, Ralph Radmef, Larry Treffry, Dana Watson, Ron Challender, Bill Osborne, Jim Hanek, Allen Sackett, Dan Aukett, Dennis Doyle, Jerry Blizzard. Fourth Row: Mike Greenwood, Waren Schaeffer, Tony Caruso, George Wunderlich. Coach Eugene Lister Cross-Country: Fouriih in City, Fifth in State Miles of hard work helped to develop the cross-country team this year. Coach Gene Lister, with Monte Moore and Fred Black as team captains, pushed his team to fourth place in the city and fifth place in state competition. Leading the North Central Cross-Country team in All-City com- f petition, Fred Black placed fourth and Monte Moore followed with tenth place. A new record of 8:59.5 was set by Gerry Lindgren of Rogers. l Leading North Central to fifth place in state was Fred Black, Monte Coach William Lowther FROSH CROSS-COUNTRY-First Row: Terry Mat- tix. Second Row: Cliff Hutts, Randy Walker. Third Row: Ron Bowman, Mike Albee, Ed Wenrick. E3 Y? Ib' I68 Moore, Ben Goins, Gary Florin and Ron Bogenreif. Fred Black 143, twenty-fourth from left, and Monte Moore 4293 twenty-fifth from left, are off and running in the All-City cross-country race. L-- - Q A - - Coach Gerald Stannard NC . . . 45 CV ..... . 59 NC . . . 48 Rogers ...... 65 NC . . . 48 Lewis and Clark . . 59 NC . . . 45 Gonzaga ..... 37 NC . . . 55 VVV ..... . 79 NC . . . 45 University . . 50 NC . . . 43 Shadle . . . 58 NC . . . 47 CV ..... . 78 NC . . . 22 Rogers ...... 33 NC . . . l8 Lewis and Clark . . 65 NC . . . 64 Gonzaga ..... 52 NC . . . 50 WV . . . . 67 NC . . . 51 University . . 54 NC . . . 49 Shadle . . . . 55 Clint Kruiswyk tleftj received the Free Throw A Friend io All Mr. Gerald Stannard was a man dedicated to education and to the development of boys. He was a man more interested in the youth he trained than the games he won. Larry Heinz, captain, said this of Coach Stannard: "To the guys on the team, Coach Stannard wasn't like a coach, he was like a father." He was a man devoted to good sportsman- ship, an example few people can equal. Coach Charles Long, who took over for Coach when he became ill had this to say: "In the team I took over, he had instilled to the utmost, a love of the game-playing the game as it should be played, never stretch- ing the rules." How the NC coaching staff felt was ex- pressed by Edwin Kretz: "We have been most fortunate to have had Gerry as our athletic director." He was one of the finest men North Cen- tral has ever known and belongs to its long heritage of splendid teachers. As part of the North Central scene. we'll alwavs remember "Coach" as being "like a father." Larry Bruya Coach Charles Long Award while Larry Heinz was elected Honorary Gail Keeling stretches for the opening tip against Team Captain. Gonzaga Prep. its 5, Coach Gerald Stannard I69 ...fm N I Don Breeden Senior Connie Burnett Senior Larry Qruya Senior 'Ky 0' K' y .- s. -'1 ' Larry Bruya 1441 tips the ball out as Don Matson Gail Keeling 1343 reaches for the ball as Don Mat- f41l and Larry Heinz C115 look on. son C403 and Steve Williamson C533 look on. Universily High Emiers Cily League A new school, University High, entered the city basketball league, joining the seven schools who had previously competed in the league. In loop play this year North Central was able to beat only last place Gonzaga, but several close scores indicated the quality of the games that were played. This year's basketball captain was Larry 'Tuzzyi' Heinz, who was picked in February. High point man on the team was Don Matson. The coaches this year were Coach Jerry Stannard and assistant Coach Charles Long. VARSITY BASKETBALL-First Row: Claude Conrad. Reese Hinthorn, Coach Charles Long, John An- derson, Wayne Keck. Second Row: Larry Heinz, Sandy Cooprider, Gail Keeling, Don Matson, Connie Burnett, Larry Bruya, Ralph Bushnell, Joe Akins, Steve Williamson, Don Breedon, Clint Kruiswyk, Gary Florin. Wayne Keck Senior 3 wn..,....r, Steve Williamson Senior I70 X ?Z COGCI1 xv- .T B BASKETBALL-Front Row: Mike Johnson, Hank Green, Bob Drury Cmanagerj, Ron Jewell, Jack ' My M W J h o Sa L h Ge Kolbet Ga Bursch, Rizzuto, Dennis DeBlll. Second Row: n e agers, es o ns n, m erc , r g , ry Tom Wold, Bob Johnson, Coach Kenneth Hagen. Coach Kenneth Hagen B Squad Basketball Graduaies Team Members fo Varsify In the final B-squad basketball standings the B hoopsters finished in last place with a 2-16 league record. Coach Charles Long and Coach Kenneth Hagen had high praise for the B's fine work. Coach Charles Long, new to North Cen- tral's basketball scene, led the team most of the year. On February 3, he moved up to the varsity because of Coach Gerald Stannard's illness. Coach Charles Long was replaced by Kenneth Hagen, who resumed his coaching duties from the previous year. At the annual winter sports banquet in March the B squad was honored, along with the other winter sport teams. B-squad letters went to Hank Green, Ken Grimm, Bob John- son, Mike Johnson, Sam Lerch, Russ Oslund, jack Rizzuto and Chuck Wilkerson. Basket- ball inlays went to Gary Bursch, Dennis De- Bill, Ron Jewell, Wes Johnson, Greg Kolbet, Mike Magers and Tom Wold. Coach Charles Long pointed out that throughout the season the Indians lacked shooting ability. He said that even with the team's lack of height it gets enough rebounds, and if it starts scoring it will be tough. NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC League Scores 44 Rogers . . . . 36 34 X'Vest Valley . . 52 23 Shadle ..... 44 41 Central Valley . . 49 33 Lewis and Clark . 58 61 University .... 49 42 Ferris . . . . 56 34 Gonzaga . . 62 45 Rogers . . . 68 38 YVest Valley . . 72 35 Shadle . . . . 46 46 Central Valley . . 61 28 Lewis and Clark . . 48 33 University .... 52 54 Ferris . . . . 60 43 Gonzaga . . 59 Coach Kenneth Hagen is pictured receiving the B Squad coaching duties from Coach Charles Long. l7l Frosh Baskeiball Capiures Tie For Firsi' Place in Compeiiiion Winding up the season with a 6-2 record, the Frosh team finished the year in a tie for first place in league competition. Another of the new coaches on the North Central sports scene is Richard I-Iannan, who is a North Central graduate. During his high school career, Coach Hannan lettered twice in basketball and captained the 1058-59 squad. He was later selected to the All-City and the All-State basketball teams. The first five North Central games were won handily by the Froshg the biggest mar- gin being 15 points over Rogers and Ferris. The Indians then dropped two close games in the second round of play to Lewis and Clark and Rogers. They came up with a final win over Ferris, 50-41, to end the season on a winning note. Bruce Wald 1105 takes down a rebound as Jerry Harwood 1221 and Rick Keeling C345 look on. NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC Frosh Basketball Scores .32 27 . 44 . 45 . 47 . 23 . 40 . 50 Gonzaga ..... 23 Lewis and Clark . . 22 Rogers .... . Z1 Ferris .... . 30 Gonzaga ..... 35 Lewis and Clark . . 26 Rogers ...... 47 Ferris .... . 41 FROSH BASKETBALL-Standing: AI Hanson, Jerry Harwood. Sitting: Bruce Wald, Rick Keeling, Dick Engstrom, Coach Richard Hannan, Dale Reed, Randy Walker, Tom Ouimet, Rod Rice, Dave Wright, Ron Bowman. S4 lb 172 Q2-it, .sa 2 ,X fp v Q 2.1 Coach Richard Hannan ,5 lx Dean Nakagawa-106 Tom Vaughn-115 Ralph Jones-123 Greg Caballero-130 Joe Parish-136 Jack Coffey-141 i x' is ,A 1, - . , Wm. V I 1 be vi' Qu f--F7 f Pat Rooney-148 Larry Goffinett-154 Jack Reynolds-168 Dave Young-178 Tom Griffith-191 Dan LaBrie-U.L. l l Norfh Cen+ral Firsf in Ci+y A A North Central, boasting a 7-I record, tied with Shadle for the league ' championship. North Central defeated the Shadle wrestlers in league competition but were set back by the Lewis and Clark Tigers. Rogers. " who had a strong teani, fell at the hands of the Indians. 1 In the district tournanient, four North Central Indians qualified for Coach Les Hogan the state rneet. These were Dean Nakagawa 106, firstg Greg Caballero 130, first, joe Parrish 136, first, and jack Coffey l-ll, second. Joe Parish fleftj received the Best Advantage Wrestler Award while Greg Caballero frightj received the Best Disadvarliage Wrestler Award. Dean Naka- Dean Nakagawa is seen fUFf1il"lg his pin into gawa was named the Best Neutral Wrestler and received the Mr. Hustle Trophy. points for the team. I73 I I 1. B SQUAD WRESTLING-Front Row: Lyell Williams, Ben Hayden, David Warfield. Back Row: Jerry Oberg, Butch Mickus, John Chastain, George Joe Parrish and an unidentified opponent wrestle at the district match. ,gf Al Strom, Gary Neiswender, John Claeson, Jon Michael Myers, Ken Zarko. I Moses Lalze won the State lVrestling Champion- ship while Worth Central placed 321141 with six inateh points. Dean Naliagawa went the farthest for North Central, crqlturing third place in the lllli-pountl class. I Joe Parisi started well but was eliniinatetl in the consolation rouncl. Greg Caballero and .lack Colley wer eliminated in the Iirst rountl. All four wrestlers will be back at North Central next year. I I FROSH WRESTLING-K-neeling: Lloyd Schaeffer, Johh Gottschalk, Geoff Wickstead, Mike Bafaro. Second Row: Blame Bennett, Tim Durkin, Dale Sekijirna, Mike Sleeth, Paul Solverson, John Albee. Third Row: Ben Lawson, Pat Payne, Jim Swan, Jim Starr, unideIntified. John McDonald. I Coach ' Blaine Bennett 'Q I ' bkit if ,,IE:fl,., I74 I I I I I l vL.,1l - VARSITV BASEBALL-First Row: Tom Ashley, Bill Nichols, Ray Lawton, Connie Burnett, Bob Erickson, Gene Miller, Larry Heinz Second Row: Coach Al Manfred, Dale Holton, Tom Brass, Bill Diedrick, Clinton Kruiswyck, Wayne Keck, Cadet Roger Frucci. Third Row: Charles Wilkerson. Greg Caballero, Doug Sander, Louis Sm ith, Rick Holt. Loren Potter NIRYIEIQCY' if U 3 Vi . . . 5 5 w k: . x , Ray Lawton Pitcher , T ' s l . 5, Bob Erickson First Base Team ls Strong Confender "The ball club was solid everywhere," reported Coach Al Manfred. The pitching was green, with Ray Lawton, Rick Holt, Clint Kruiswyk and Bob Briggs having no experience in varsity competition. The only pitcher that is a returning letternian is junior Don Mat- son. "The hitting of the team was average but got the job done. The team was very strong defensively," stated Coach Al Manfred. f . Q f-"shaggy 'Q Ta' . I 2 hge is - t. , ,- ga, ,. . . I . s, . is .5 5- i -f 3. . F i. 3 it Riggs , 3 'Q i., H 3 PL -'Q ci pg g or - X t Gene Miller Connie Burnett Bob Briggs Wayne Keck Shortstop Left Field Pitcher Center Field Coach Alfred Manfred Dennis Creighton Student Trainer is 4 r i, 4 I T?-Q' f 11-all xg Rick Holt Pitcher l75 gg , 1 A 355332 f Pre-season action finds Greg Caballero coaching first base as Going eck to snag a Texas Leaguer are Gene Miller. Wayne Connie Burnett reces to beat the throw being caught by Bob Keck a d Rick Holt. Erickson, the first baseman. April April April April April M ay May Varsily Baseball Schedule NC vs University at NC . . . CV vs NC at CV . NC vs Gonzaga at NC . . XVV vs NC at YVV . . . NC vs LC MNC Rogers vs NC at Rogers . . . NC vs SP at NC Ray Lawton is seen delivering the ball as Bill Diedrick is playing in close for the bunt. May 7 May 8 May 1' May 1 May 19 May 21 May 22 Waiting PFSPBFE . . University vs NC at University . .... NC vs CV at NC . Gonzaga vs NC ill Gonzaga . . . NC vs XVV at NC . . . LC vs NC at LC . . NC vs Rogers at NC . . . SP vs NC at SP for an easy out is Bill Diedrick as Bob Erickson to hit the dirt. T I76 nr' signs' 5 1 .5 x' 3 ' Q 1 Coach William Lowther B BASEBALL-Front Row: Dan Walker, Sam Lerch, Dick Sperling, Bob Johnson, Ken Grimm, George WdI'hH D N'hI S dR :J KR' t Br B ttD MrittRud un er IC , ank Green, an IC os. econ ow ac szzu 0, a ry asse , an er , Y Rieda, Pete Coxson, Bruce Schleitert, Greg Kolbet, Bob Warehouse, Bob Kegley. B-Squad Prepares Varsily Talenl According to Coach lvllllillll Lowther the B squad is preparing several ballplayers for future varsity use. The st.rong point of the team is the infield, with the outfield, as yet, untested. Coach lvlllllllll Lowther reported that pitcher Chuck lfVi1kerson will be the mainstay, with Doug Sanders back- ing him up in the tough l4-game schedule consisting of league and practice games. B Baseball Schedule Gonzaga at NC LC at NC University at University Shadle Park at Cary Park Rogers at NC Knocking out a hit in pre-season practice is Bob Johnson. Tagging John Rizzuto for the out is Dick Sperling. we I77 .ga S Freshmen Are Taughi' Fundamenfals R i . . . . . , iACCO1'd1Ilg to Coach William Diedrick the fresh- men are conte' i'We were stro stop, second ba Coach VVillian When asked Coach Diedricl average." Five pitchers schedule. if A ,ni fa.. Seen through Dick L.ang's legs is Mike Sleeth as he dives back, trying to avoid Don BordweIl's mitt. NC vs. Lewis and Punching out a hit is Dick Lang. FROSH BASEBALL-First Row: Dave Seidel, Jim Chaffee, Doug Rose, Dick Bl Second Row: Rick Rice, Mike Albee, Mike Taylor, Fred Yancey, Dale Reed, Ji L shared the duties Frosh Base nders for first place again this year. l . ig up the middle, at catcher, short- se, center field and pitching," stated l . N. 7 Diediick. about the hitting of the ball club, k answered, ii0ur hitting has been of the eight-game ball Schedule l C' ! i First Round 1 NC vs. Rogers at Rogers j NC vs. Gonzaga at Gary Park 4 NC vs. Ferris at Ferris NC vs. Lewis and Clark at Gary Park Second Round NC vs. Rogers at NC . 'Coach A NC vs. Gonzaga at Gonzaga W""a"' D'ed"'Ck NC vs. Ferris at NC Clark at Hart Field ir, Dick Lang, Larry Ashley, Mike Sleeth, Pat Gracie. Swan, Steve Kelly, Coach William Diedrick. Third Row: Wayne Zehm, John Gottschalk, Art Collins, Don Bordwell, DeWayne H nson, Gary Bursch, Dorian Chastain, Ron Meagher, manager. I78 VARSITY TRACK--First Row: Ken Bisbee fmanagerj, Rick Giampietri, Ralph Radmer, Danny Lannigan, Bob Rockser, Ullrich Marquardt, Gary Ullrich, Pat Jesmore, Jon Chastain, Ron Jewell, Doug Clukey. Second Row: Richard Hines tmanagerj. Gail Shellen- berger, Roger Smith, Jim Hanek, Darrell Mead, Jim Moore, Jerry Oberq, Bruce Wald, Ron Challender, Tom Griffith, Wayne Barnhart, Dennis DeBiII. Third Row: Steve Jones fmanagerj, Jack Reynolds, Norm Schoenfeldt, Larry Schmidt, Mike Greenwood, Russ Osland, Dana Watson, Geoff Griffith, Mike Proteau, Dennis Kamarainen, Tom Wold. Coach Coach. Richard Hannan Eugene Lister Practicing the pole vault before a meet is Jim Hanek. Ben Goins, Monte Moore, Pat Pfiefer and Ron Bogenreif make a hand-off during a relay race. Varsiiy Track Has S+rong Position The main point getters of the team this year were: Gail Keeling, hurdles and high jumpg Ron Bogen- riel, 100 and -100 yard dash: Gary Florin and Ben Goins, 880-yard run: Fred Black, mile and two mile: Monte Moore, mileg Terry Shafer, pole vault. "The team has good depth except in the sprintsf' Coach Eugene Lister stated. He definitely felt that the team was a contender. I79 VAFQSITY TRACK-left to right, First Row: Dan LaBrie, Ben Goins, Gail K Barry Lawson, Monte Moore, Fred Black, Ron Bogenreif. Second Row: Ser Caruso, Otto Allison, Don Salvage, David Barth, Mike Hanson, Gary Florin, thorne, Bill Osborne, Steve Hopkins, Paul Henry, Clifford Hiller, George Nlattix April April April April May 1 May 8 May May Gail Keeling and Terry Schafer are seen warming up on the hurdles. , Dan eling, fino ohn Rick Lindon, Terry Schafer, Tim McKinney, DeCaro, Ralph Bushnell, Jim Rew, Anthony Munyan. Third Row: Bob Mullen, Reese Hin- Florin, John Hathaway. 1964 Truck Schedule l0fNC vs. CV at NC ldl-Jack Mooberry Ilivitzitiouzil :it Rogers 17-NC vs. University at University QLIKNC vs. Rogers at Rogers -Interdivision Meets at Hart Field iDistrict Meet at Hurt Field 15MBidisLrict Meet at Hurt Field 5,2 23-State Meet at Pullmzm FROSH TRACK-First Row: Dick Engstrom, Brian Hipperson, Solverson, Rick Keeling, Jack Burk, Jim Starr. Second Row: Griffith, Alex Willey, Jim Coleman, Jon Coffin, Terry Mattix, Jerry Wenrick. , iso 5 l l I I l ll 1 A l l I Paul Dick Engstrom, Rick Keellng and Jim Jerry Harwood are seen going through the motions of broad jumping. Gary Anderson and Bob Harn look on as Craig Lee dribbles a smashing drive from the tee. NC vs. NC vs. vs. NC NC vs. NC vs. NC vs. Inland NC vs. Golf Schedule Lewis and Clark at Indian Gonzaga at Indian Canyon Rogers at Downriver Shadle at Downriver 1West Valley at Esmeralda Central Valley at Indian Canyon Empire Tournament University at Esmeralda Canyon All-City Tournament VARSITY GOLF-First Row: Dennis Floyd, Frank Walker, Robert Drury, Joe Garcea, Ed Kincheloe, Richard Lines, Jim Seedorf, Tom Hawkinson. Second Row: Bruce Brunette, Kene Bensel, Brent Hergerg, Greg Tiemann, Robert Duprie, John Young, Jay Carlson, Greg Hendrickson. Third Row: Craig Evans, Steve Chapman, Jack Hanson, Don Breeden, Jerry Brown, Mark Wickliffe, Jim Lyerla. Tennis Schedule NC vs. Shadle at Shadle NC vs. Mlest Valley at NC NC vs. Lewis and Clark at Hart Field NC vs. Rogers at NC NC vs. University at NC NC NC vs. Gonzaga at NC Inland Empire Tournament vs. Central Valley at Central Valley TENNIS-First Row: Ron Guffin, Bob Headstrom, Dean Nakagawa, Don McGuire. Secind Row: Norman Northrup, Gerald Riddle, Brian Simpson, Kevin -Anderson, Craig Simpson. Third Flow: Ron Burton, Larry Goffinet, Don Berg, Steve Slade, Gene Unger. Fourth Row: Dan Mitchell, Bob Hickey, Doug Smith, Jim Daly, Wes Johnson. .E .. ,.. , 1 swwM...+ .... . 'fa' i. e Q6 . Steve Slade is captured in the motion of slamming a serve to his opponent. I8l Cheerleaders Display New Uniforms This year brought a complete uniform change for both football and basketball seasons. In football, the girls wore black sweaters with red neck triin, red pleated skirts and black socks with red shoes. For basketball, white blouses, red vests and red- and-white pleated skirts were worn. North Central Cheerleaders were in charge of the annual all-city Cheerleading Clinic. Songleaders from other city schools 11lCl at North Central to exchange ideas about cheering. Our songleaders also ar- ranged parties with cheerleaders from Lewis and Clark and john Rogers High Schools in order to promote friendly re- lationships. The head cheerleader for the football season was Connie Kringleg for basketball, Bonnie Kringleg for the spring sports, De- nise Perkins. Cheerleading chairmen appear in the uniforms of the season which each led: Connie Kringle, football chairman: Denise Perkins, spring sporis chairman, and Bonnie Kringle, basketball chairman. At our last football game, the Honor Song was sung with extreme expression. On down the line are cheerleaders Lynette Torrisi, Denise Perkins, Sherry Chapman, Bonnie Kringle, Linda Jewell, Connie Kringle, Jacinta Caballero, Rosemary Hill, Diane Saruwatari. Below: Forever to be remembered is the last ball game of each season. Cheerleaders Jacinta Caballero, Rosemary Hill and Diane Saruwatari pause for a a moment of remembrance at our final basketball game this year. I83 First Row: Diane Saruwatari, Denise Perkins, Vikki Lamb, Shirley Potter, La Row: Joyce Olson, Connie Kringle, Marie Taschere'au, Judy Baldwin, Faye O Judi Jalckson. Fourth Row:: Margie Bisbee, Jane Peters, Judy Marshall, Mari Roberta Davis. Feather squaws repeatedly Red Feathers, under the honor marching unit of g nieans to them. Marie Taschereau Fall Chairman Leading the Fled Feathers for fall activities are Dixie Houk, secretary, Karen Lamb and Bonnie Pasicznyk, sergeants at arms. I84 L I' Row: Bonnie Smith, Rosemary Hill, Cathy Dunn, Jacinta Caballero, Mardel Suk: a e i 4 I When the powerful Injuln' ,l l , , iid, e' Moliter, Noreen Jacobsen, Diane Filzen. Second ank, Jane Kelley, Linda Flatt, Jan Elliott. Third es, Carol Griffith, Barbara Hobbs, Linda Procopio, Tollefson, Gail Lansing, Linda Jewell, Evelyn Buck, Red Feathers Show NC Spirit Tribe went to war, the loyal Red encouraged the braves on to victory. ,direction of Lucile Lill, has been an ilrls showing how much their school I I I treasurer, Barbara Hobbs, historian, and Vikki i l I nm - .A g, I i Q . Q X :?"ta:" un ' 1 ' s, if ' 1 ' fi f. , . -e f -el .. ' 2 . t J f fy ' ig. ig , E A H xy . i 1 ' , l N 1' S . ' i t i ' 4 e as Q it S V L , I A an Kw-' ,S ' is - ' ' ' M fi f i 'ii i. lg' . 1' 5 1'-V 1 iw' - c ' W , N , ' g . . 'Q' 51? ,gp . Q, , 'A ig IJ: - I , I , A A '. ' if, E , Q 1 1 will il s ii' ii Q L "' i 1 s ' ' k ' ', so ' fi ,, 'p g,y- 'QQ-7 ,V ,A Q , W . -f I ,, Q f . . K Q . ' A . ,. rf ' -.42 X- -,A , V . fi , I f 1 1 , , I .V 4 gif- X' . I i ll I .J ' V X , I -' -' 7 N i -'t j ' ' . ' Q A K , ff' ,N S hw F lt ' 5- I' ' 4. J V72 'sf . " s "' is ' i , - First Row: Judy Krell, Elaine Berrie, Lynette Torrisi, Bonnie Kringle, Sherry Chapman, Chris Sanders, Patty Filzen, Karol Guffin, Marisue Ne'lson. Second Row: Carolyn Fiskland, Judy Smith, Mikki Aldinger, Sharon Straub, Karen King, Bonnie Pasicznyk, Renee Paguin, Judy Mathews. Sharon Yurick, Nancy Maloy. Third.Row: Glena Trusty, Sue Hansen, Dixie Hiuk, Sue Peterson, Terry Frame, Jan Stradley, Sue Reida, Vicki Murry, Sandy Nelson. Fourth Row: Carol Eide, Eleanor Uhden, Vicki Allen, Verna Richards, Karen Baker, Diane Larson, Megan Magner, Bette Child, Carol Marler. And -Encourage Teams 'lo Vic'I'ory The purpose of the unit is to encourage school spirit, promote Q ticket sales for all school activities and represent their school in halftime entertainment stunts and various parades. The girls have received many compliments on their appearance, behavior and marching ability. Marisue Nelson Spring Chairman Working hard on active plans for the spring term are officers Diane Larson and Jan Stradley, sergeant: at arms: Chris Sanders, historian: Jane Peters, treasurer, and Judy Marshall, secretary. A l85 Enlhusiasfic Color Girls Cheer Showing enthusiasm at all sport events were the sophomore Color Girls in their red and black skirts and sweaters. These girls attended all football and basketball games including many wrestling and spring sport events. This group, orgainized for the purpose ol encouraging school spirit, has tryouts at the end of every year. All those wishing to join the sophomore Color Girl group were invited to try out. The girls were chosen by their marching ability, grade point average and citizenship. Julie Stanley was advising the group and its activities. sophomore Color Girls in the year's activities are first row: Becky Stone, Marilyn Bowell and Colleen Second Row: Maryl Sandberg, Corrine Keriul and Third Row: Jill Bovdin, Laura Coyte, Candy and Gail Coyte. , v . , ., .- . 3... A... if ' K2 . ay.. M.. . :. I "wifi l i l i i First Row: Pam Garinger, Ann Hkagen, Carol Austad, Colleen Duffy, Denise Bambino, Donna Newberg, Karin Compton, Marilyn Bowell. Second Row: Marilyn Rail. Susan Shinn, Rosemary Goertz, Martha B0 well, Janet Hyslop, Sally Meranda, Candy Fr-asher, Chris simpson, Becky Stone, Sue Gambill. Third Row: Donna Decker, Debbie S eidl, Maryl Sandberg, Corrine Dersul, Karen Larson, Sandy Kostelecky, Marge Tribble, Valera Frankfurth, Jan Clukely, Linda Hahn, ail Coyte, Terry Starr. Fourth Row: Danelle Davies, Renee David. Jean Richardson, Jill Harding, Jan Eakins, Donna Revard, Laura lCoyte, Vickie Gibson, Susan Goudzward, Arlene Vietzke, Jill Bodvin, Marilyn McLemore. I86 i i l Color Girls Show Spirif The lireshmzm Color Girls showed excep- tional school spirit tluring their first year at North Central. Although they were new to , the school and its trzulitions, they leztrnetl the i songs :mal cheers zmcl supportetl their school extremely well. 'I'ryouts were helcl at the lzitter part ol the previous year :mtl towartl the entl olf this ye:n"s lirst semester. 'lihis gave plenty ol' time , lor the girls to reserve their new uniforms anal ziceessories lor the next semester. Per- forming in stunts, parades zmcl other im- portant events was the liiqliliqlit for the girls this year. This year's freshman Color Girl officers are, first row: Patsy McLaughlin and Sally Pickens. Second Row: Linda Nicolson and Cheryl Pickens. Third Row: Terry Hanson and Barbara Soapes. Fourth Row: Peggy Hansen and Judy Allbery. First Row: Marcia Clark, Sheryl Samms, Elaine Rounds, Mari Lu Barr, April Parish, Audrey Brooks. Second Row: Diane Rasmussen, Patsy McLaughlin, Deloris Stewart, Linda Nicholson, Peggy Henning. Cheryle Perkins, Cheryl Pickins, Sally Pickins, Linda Bove. Third Row: Vickie Wolfrum, Judy Allbery. Judy Rowland, Pat McCammond, Kathy Thompson, Chris Walker, Barbara Soapes. Gayle Northcutt, Terry Davey. Fourth Row: Terry Hanson, Louise Webber, Ruth Campbell, Susan Revard, Sharon Knaff, Kathy Olson, Peggy Hansen. Janice Naylor. llllll M ,Ui in x6 .,. cf I -v ti , 3 of I87 Conducting classes in general strenuous exercises are Patricia Eddy and Julie Stanley. PE Teachers' Goal Is Physical Fiiness Leading girls in all dynamic sports this year was a team of three teachers. Lucile Lill was the department head, while Julie Stanley and Myrna Leichner assisted her in fulfilling the responsibility of teaching physical fitness in education. Along with their everyday classes of sport activities and health, they were also advisers of the marching units. Lucile Lill was kept extremely busy as adviser for Red Feathers. She attended all the group's meetings and special functions, directed the half-time stunts, and supervised their marching exercises in preparation for spring parades. Julie Stanley was advising the sophomore Color Girls with Myrna Leich- ner who was counseling the freshman Color Girls. I88 Discussing Leichner, Ch accon each was point They lass arrangements and future activity plans are Myrna ucile Lill and Julie Stanley. Color Guards Increased osing the Color Guards this year was plished by a new system. One girl of lass in Red Feathers and Color Girls chosen on marching ability, grade average and general appearance. are under the direction of Lucile Lill and A. G. Tiemann. The girls wore their gI'OllP uniforms while the flag bearers, chosen by A. G. Tiemann from the band, XVOTC Dressed in uniform and rea events are the Color' Guards Judy Mathews and Barbara their band uniforms. y to lead our band in the Lilac Parade and other erry Starr, Dixie Houk, Ellis Bice, Danny Lannigan, fl Soapes. Vx , Q- 9 i L : 9 .. xx X 3 9 K N If ix' .A gifs x f xxx 1 K. 0' is as L fi 1 , 5, 'R ,R N Y' if 35 1 x l l 1 K l . K 4 l ar - 5 X Y f V . ' YQ! r it 1 gg! y Y! ly i X I it l I i l , 8 VOLLEYBALL-First Row: Jane Kelley, Karen Sacco, Penny Hoffman, Audrey Brooks, Peggy Henning, Peggy Hansen, Marlene Dun- phy. Second Row: Nancy Gausman, Barbara Soapes, Susan Franklin, Vickie Wolfrum, Muriel Cleveland, Linda Hengen, Jan Stradley, Sandy Kostelecky. Third Row: Pam Griffith, Chris Wren, Phyllis Heisef, Connie Kringle, Eleanor Uhden, Bonnie Kringle, Lori Gaus- man, Gwen Ferguson, Joyce Hill. Fourth Row: Verna Richards, Chris Sanders, Tammy Marston, Alice McKnight, Sherry Marston, Bette Peters, Margie Bisbee, Gloria Rohner, Karen Baker. Volleyball Having the all-city volleyball tourna- ment at North Central was the highlight of the fall season. There were previous games with other schools which prepared our teams for the tournament. Our team for the all-city event was composed of mixed classes. BADMINTON-First Row: Barbara Soapes, Arlene Vietzke, Peggy Hansen, Jan Stradley, Chris Sanders. Second Row: Eleanor Uhden, Peggy Hanning, Bonnie Kringle, Audrey Brooks, Connie Kringle, Nancy Nelson. Third Row: Kathy Olson, Pat McCammond, Linda Hengen, Vickie Wolfrum, Marlene Dunphy. ESQ, 9 L it A 'IX l Badminlon Screams and laughter are often heard from the gym while the girls play badmin- ton during the spring and fall seasons. These girls learn the fundamentals of the sport and test their skills against each other in singles or doubles. Arlene Vietzke is shown as she practices hitting the birdie during the badminton season. I89 I n, ed ig xl. - , 7 .. . , Q Q . I 1 if Nj I . , , all X wr 4 3" 5 K 5 fn .. .sa V ' 5' if is ma m K x., V K 1 xv ! x ' X . 2' I K A, ' Q f N - - l , 5- R, V . ' al, ' V' 5 t 'Q' a X V' ' Le- 0 - ' --r r A A . W i iw . Q l X First Row: Bonnie Smith, Gwen Furgeson, Karen Sacco, Karen Kennedy, Lynda Kennedy, Ann Yamamoto, Gail Jasberg, Ellen Walter. Second Row: Carol Altenburql Judy Allbery, Judy Rowland, Sandy Kostelecky, Lucille Kennedy, Darlene Smith, Delores Hall, Naomi Campbell. Third Row: Mary Maxfield, Diane Scott, Tammy Marst Peters, Karen Keevy, Chris Sanders. Baskelball Good sportsmanship was emphasized in Trac Oh, Verna Richards, Karen Baker, Chris Wren, Bette Spring Sporfs k, softball, golf and tennis were all girls' after-school basketball. Practice pe- a part of the sport activities involved with riods lasted from 3 o'clock to 4:30 p.m. the c ming of spring. Classes, held before twice a Week. Junior and senior girls met and .. fter school, enabled all interested Wednesdayg freshmen and sophomore girls girls to participate. Track was started at met Monday. Mixed teams were sent to the beginning early every morning at 7 Rogers High School for a basketball sports o'cloclc. Girls ran sixteen laps around the day. gym, jumped hurdles and practiced the shot put. First Row: Jeanella Sabiston, Terry Starr, Gwen Furgeson, Karen Kennedy. Sec- ondR:Mle D h R'h ' B llahe ow Y ar ne unp y, Sue' IC ards, Delores Hall, Marilyn owe , a Kelley. Third Row: Blllle Wood, Tammy Marston, Karen Baker, Phyllis Helze, Darlene Lundberg. .PGS E - A, sg, , 5 . Ti K w gif? Xiu A xr! I F5 Yi i i Q ' .Z s . A S x s 1 ' , t ' S -nw .Mb vig ' A K YW I90 I Exercising her pitching is Karen Baker as Billie Wood tries her talents at bat. 51 .Hats TENNIS-Front Row: Terry Starr, Karen Baker, Renee Paquin. Second Row: Judi Captain Carol Forrey displays her winning Jackson. Sharon Straub, Barbara Hobbs, Carol Eide, Linda Goodell, Diana Moffitt, tennis form. Donna Dupree, Jill Fugate. Third Row: Lucile Lill, Sue Reida, Karen King, Janice Forbes, Laurie Moliter, Karol Guffin, Linda Edwardson, Bette Child, Gail Lansing, Tamara Marston. Tennis Practicing each week seemed to pay off for the tennis team at the end of the fall season. The girls finished the term by ty- ing for second place with West Valley. The team, practicing on new courts for their spring season, participated in city league tournaments along with the boys' tennis team. Golf Team Finishes Third Endless hours and hard work compensa- ted the girls' golf team when they placed third in the fall city league. Playing against other city schools and participating in the all-city and mixed two ball tournaments were a part of the busy golf schedule this year. GOLF-First Row: Pam Checki, Pat Smyth, Kay Materne, Becky Stone, Elaine Berrie, Marya Graf, Sharon Chapman. Second Row: Sharon Stretch, Judy Atwood, Cherilyn DeBolt, Cindy Meranda, Debirah Steidl, Danna Cheek, Sandra Douglass, Chris Wren, Julie Stanley. Qin? ,iy'wx.tX,'. 'L -qv.f,.Q4r1.-4 C., I 5 in X -.F Q P fl -1 E, 3' BAN SV' F ,,,g1'1 'av l9I Lyann Melam and Ellan Walter illustrate bowling techniques during practice at North Bowl. Gymnastics A new physical endurance sport entered North Central this year under the direction of Myrna Leichner. Many boys and girls prepared and showed their skills at open house for all physical education students, teachers and parents. Working on a routine in Modern Dance are, first row: Lynette Torrisi, Judy Sacco, Carol McMullen and Jacinta Caballero. Second row: Marisue Nelson, Gloria Rohner and Kerry Semro. . eg' fix X Bowling Bowling, the great national sport, has taken North Central by storm. Eager participants from freshmen to seniors go to North Bowl every Thursday after school to try their skill. The standings of the boys and girls from league competition was posted every week on the Bowling Activities board. Judy Portrey, Karen Kennedy, Barbara Saunders, Lynda Ken- nedy and Patricia Jones perform some of the stunts and forma- tions they have learned. Modern Dance Being graceful is just one of the attributes to be gained from Modern Dance. Creating and performing their own interpretations teaches initiative as well. These girls per- formed at PTA, open house, school events and meetings. Because of the training ac- quired here, these girls have gained poise which will be an asset for them in future years. l93 P 'X 1 Ps' ff . H , ' . . - ,:, -gy.. ai..f...u .', -2- ,., V ..,:.. -..:f!:., :,:,j'g4.j. rg. -.f.-:.-:.-Ei--:.z-I--'HI-1' -'f-?. .1 . Q...-1... -1...-u. ui.. ..' .' - -f,wN.f-' Y ..7175,'fL'.'.1'::i.'f:I.1'!:.' 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DOICBDG Organ Shadle's cheering cannot be topped and Win or lose, they will not stop! Bagpipes and feathers show what we are . . . Plano Two great schools known from afar! W2l6 Indiana from 'S a Shadle Park High School North Central Booster Balwa BOWLING ALLEYS E518 SPARGUE n RI7-4881 "YOU get 8 mllfrh better score if you grease . I the ball before" For personal 1nstruct1on see MIKE JARVIS Geoffry Griffith ll a place for cloodlingu Flowers for every occasion Awww an 714446 Styling S ua Q 6 QUALITYMEIEORISTS 6 M Florist Tezegmph Delivery Lnmes FINE suoss FA 7-7746 Nl602 LOS ESTUDIANTES ESTUDIAN MUCHO. From left to mght are G1or1a Alfer Sharon Stretch, Mike DeLong, Orosia McHugo Ia d V kie Lamb. H II' - far ieo Hautiuued Success l6'eef ef fuck, Seniors Q it , . ,, X "le tv Q , se i Q . ,Ciberfy Park Greenhouse Eigh+h af Perry KEys'I'one 4-938l A VARIETY OF EXPRESSION-Megan Magner, D 's Reed, Sandy Nelson, Carla Lawrence and Bob Gausman ill ig 'Q Bowl Qewgf-1 Where Bowling Is Fun Home of the NORTH CENTRAL BOWLING TEAM North Bowl BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS X T Paul C. Possum, Inc. WA 4-0900 FA8-6710 E9307 SPRAGUE N1622 DIVISION Underwood-lllivotti Ash Street Pharmacy Nl925 Ash St. FA 8-4910 Typewriters Electric, School Supplies Standard and Automatic G Variable Spacing Models Portable Typewriters Underwood Corporation Sales Service Supplies Rentals Lease PRES osmetics GIRIPTION DELIVERY W412 Boone FA 5-2551 Larry Lavalle appears to be getting q likeness in his portrait Carhart. like a good f Sandy AppleI:on's Paints N1306 Howard is a North Central Booster - 'W I 120' Meat PBCRSTE Inc. We are proud to be part of the North Central Tamar North I-lill Drug Store The Garland Avenue Pharmacy Prescription Druggists Corner Post and Garland RESTAUR NT E4824 Sprague Avenue wx UW ME H - l u Speczalzzzng IHEIICII - - XFN, in Chinese Foods xxxxx Ofdefs fo gf' vQTfdlZyiQlnaif,"Qfdii2if' l KE 810 Ca 1 5 2 Closed Monday Try our OW BRAND Products Bud Brown Appliances W719 V2 Garland IS a North Central Booster v Y ,.. 1 CII I ' X X X I K X H! l C ii M143 ' ' ' aw ' "ii X hi i i Paper plane throwing is a favorite pastime of some of North Centra1's more outstanding students. Shown left to right are George Cannata, aimingg Clinton Kruiswyk, bewildered, and Linda Veter, studying? 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Q Secreiarial Q Business Adminisirafion Q Civil Service Q Machine Bookkeeping - Q Diciaphone Secreiarial Q Execufive and sfore managemeni' Wl4l4 Ga.-land FA 7-55l I Q Business and salesmanship vw., 7, W, ,, me - Q Aufomafion Congraiulaiions +o Hue class of '64 from thinking teens . . . INMAN X usmess UNIVERSITY I0 Howard TE 8-3522 Seated from left to right are Carol Griffith, Eleanor Uhden and Millie Jenkins. On top of H piano, Bill Beattie. Sporting Goods S11 Howard RI 7-2127 at YOUTH for CHRIST Headqizaters of the teen world Polly Hmm 8-:Amy Congmmlfmomi Fancy Cakes and Pastries Class of 1964 Nl82l Division FA 7-934 iw St. Luke's School of Nursing ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL N830 Summit Blvd. OF COLOR GIRLS . . . "Our group had 21 percent fewer cavities." th Our 5 Year of Congratulating Graduates In this year of our Diamond Anniversary, to be known as a friend of education makes The Washington Water Power Company proud indeed. Research projects, tax support and scholarships are just a few of the ways in which the Company has been able to help. Our Career as a Company has reached an important milestone, while yours as graduates is just beginning. Please accept the sincere congratulations and best wishes of the thousand men and women of THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY - --f -1: 1:1:1:5515,1,gg,:,:k:,:,:,:.:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:.:.:.r.:.:.:.:.r.r.r.r.:.r,r:::r:::r:::r:r::: 112:212--r:ff-1,1-rv:-:-:-1-:-z: Garland Theatre Bldg. Garland and Monroe Connie and Bonnie Kringle practice their sales approach on boss, Mr. Armstrong at MUDEL PHARMACY Coliseum Food Stores Fine Quality Food Supplier of North Central Homemaking Department N 1320 Howard FA 7-8031 i things go A. 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O C M KELSEY-BAIRD GRADUATE EARN TOP I E WAGES AND ARE PROMO ED OFTENER 'fig . gg kelsey-balrd SF K 1 9 'ff secretarlal school in , G Barrett Bldg., 2nd Floor W. 418 Sprague Ave.,Spokane,Wn. ' C MA4-8957 Appleton's Paints, 198 Ash Street Pharmacy, 202 Ayer Insurance Co., 197 Beacon Clean-ers, 200 Bill Hatch, 204, 205 Bolero Bowling Alleys, 199 Bud Brown Appliance, 202 Burchette's Studio, 204 Chase and Dalbert, 203 Coca--Cola Bottling Co., 208 Advertisers' Indext Far East Restaurant, 203 Fossum Paints, 201 General Store, 198 Henle Studio, 207 Kelsey-Baird, 210 Kincaid School of Music, 203 Kinman Business University, 2054, 205 8 Lewis and Clark High School, 1 Liberty Park Green House, 201 Lincoln Savings, 208 Coldwell-Garland Florists, 205 Model Pharmacy, 209 Coliseum Food Store, 207 Crescent, 209 Dodson's Jewelers, 204 North Bowl, 201 North Hill Drugs, 202 Parent Engravers, 196 Esther's School of Beauty, 199 Pine Shed, 197 2I0 PollyAnna Bakery, 206 Quality Florists, 200 Schulein's Shoes, 200 Scollard's Cleaners, 209 Shadle Park High School, 199 Singer Sewing Machine Co., 203 Spokane Organ and Piano, 199 Spokane Youth for Christ, 205 Stone's Audubon Fuel, 208 St. Luke's School of Nursing, 206 Thrifty Auto Supply, 204, 205 Town and Country Drugs, 198 Underwood-Olivette, 202 Washington Water Power Co., 206 Willow Meat Packers, 202, 203 Zip's Drive-In Restaurant, 209 Aagard, Robert L., 95 Aalgaard, Diana, 107, 148 Abernathy, Kathy S., 91, 151 Achlziger, Robert M., 92 Achziger, Mathllda L., 94 Acuna, Kim, 107 Adams, Thomas M., 96 Adamson, Donovan, 106 Ahrendt, Linda S., 95, 152, 154 Ahrendt, Sharon L., 89 Aiken, Ronald J., 97 Akins, Joseph, 89, 98, 150, 170 Aklns, John B., 97 Albee, John M., 104, 168, 174, 178 Albright, Michael C., 105, 149, 153, 154 Albright, Patricia A., 87, 153, 154 Aldinger, Monica, 37, 38, 76, 115, 119, 134, 185 Alexander, Michael W., 104 Alexander, Russell D., 95, 148 Alferness, Gloria J., 38, 75, 126, 137, 200 Allbery, Judith K., 106, 187, 190 Allen, Eddie F., 99 Allen, Margo A., 92 Allen. Muriel L., 100 Allen, Vicki L., 37, 38, 76, 79, 137, 185 Allison, Muriel. 20 Allison, Otto M.. 90, 166, 180 Allison, Richard A., 100, 145, 160 Allwardt, Lewis A., 89 Altenburg, Carol M., 106, 139, 190, 192 Andersen, John, 98, 138, 152, 165. 170 Anderson, Danny L., 90, 152, 154 Anderson, Donald E., 90 Anderson, Gary F., 37, 38, 44, 65, 75, 138, 142, 181 Anderson, Gene, 95 Anderson, Gregory C., 87 Anderson, James N., 100 Anderson, John C., 37, 38, 78, 79 Anderson, Kevin E., 96, 181 Anderson, Marjean R., 106, 129 Anderson, Patricia M., 96, 137 Anderson, Thomas, 20, 87 Applegarth, Gary A., 105 Arneson, Linda M.. 96 Arnevlck, Arthur H.. 27, 38, 162, 165 Arnold, Beverly J., 105, 152, 154 Arnold, Richard L., 88 Arnold, William L., 106 Aronson, Judy C., 105 Ashley, Larry M., 103. 178 Ashley, Thomas E., 89. 175 Ashlock, Jack R., 94, 166 Ator, Thomas E., 96 Attenberry, Dan T., 190 Atwood, Judy K., 87, 126, 191 Aukett. Daniel B.. 91, 168 Aune, David E..38, 127 Aurand, Pamela A., 101, 137 Awbery, Gary G., 106 Austed, Carol J., 94, 96, 130, 186 Backenstoe, Georgiana, 11 Bafaro, Gary G., 87 Bafaro, Michael L., 105, 174 Bagley, Danny C., 87 Bailor, Sharon R., 106 Baker, Karen J., 87, 119, 123, 124, 144, 185, 190, 191 Baker, Kerry B., 91 Baker, Mildred, 11 Baldwin, Carole, 98 Baldwin, Gary L., 101 Balawln, Judy K., 37, 38, 137, 1 Baldwin, Richard L.. 38, 164 Bambino, Denise J., 94, 186 Barbour, Daniel, 87 Barkley, Paula M., 94 Barnard, Robert, 18 Barnes. Lillian, 15, 130 Barnhart, Wayne E., 38, 131, 148 150, 168, 179 Barr, Mari Lu, 103, 187 Barr, Norerne G.. 38 Barry, Thomas F., 97 Barth. David, 90, 174, 180 Bass, Ronald J., 148 Bassett, Barbara J., 90, 114, 131, 135, 140 Bassett. Barry A., 94, 177 Basso, Phillip A., 98 Bates, Carla J., 95 Bauer, Michael D., 97 Baum. Nancy L., 38, 49. 133 Baumhofer, John M., 87 Baune, Raymond A., 89, 138, 165 Bayley, Sheila, 80 Beaver, Helen, 15 Beattie, William S., 39, 77, 150. 205, 209 Beck, Karen L., 89, 116, 124, 126 Beckman, Linda M., 89, 91, 114, 132, 149, 153, 154 Behar, Duncan L., 96 Bel, Gary E., 94 Bell, Alana K., 87 Bell, Larry, 99 Bell, Linda, 98, 151, 153, 154 Bellefeuille, Linda K., 39 Benjamin, Linda R., 14, 90 Benner, Paulette, 98 Bennett, Blaine, 15, 94, 166, 174 Bennett, Gary M., 39 Bensel, Gene E., 87 Benshoof, Shirley I., 91 Bentley, Danny G., 98 Berarducci, Michael, 39 Berg,, Donald W., 90, 134, 139, 142, 181 Berg, Steve, 96 Berrie, Elaine M., 90, 126, 132, 145, 185, 191 Best, Valory J., 39, 53, 75, 134, 152, 154, 155, 157 Betts, Barbara P., 90, 129, 148 Bezotte, Penny, 92 Bianche, David C., 107 Bice, Ellis R., 91, 153, 154, 188 Bierig, Rudy H. 89 Biggs, Patricia R., 106 Binder, Sharon K., 95 Birdsell, Lewis J., 95 Bisbee, Kenneth E., 31, 39, 59, 75, 115, 142, 179 Bisbee, Margie L., 39, 59. 75, 77, 119, 121, 122, 134, 137, 184 Bishop, Jeffrey C., 88 Bishop, Judith A., 39, 75, ei Bishop, Russell E., 36, 39, 76, 138 142, 144, 164 Bjaaland, Karen M., 118, 132, 149, 150. 197 Bjaaiana, Linda c., 40, 105, 135, 150 Bjerke, Barbara L., 40 Black, Carlinda, 106 Black, Fred L., 40, 168, 180 Black, Susan K., 101 Blair, Jack L., 91 Blair, Mike, 107, 178 Blair, Nancy A., 91, 133 Blair, Patricia L., 40 Bland, Robert, 20 Bledsoe, Karen L., 91, 133 Bline, Bernard W.. 73 Bline, Katherine M., 88 Blizzard, Jerry A., 100, 153, 154, 168 Blizzard, Thomas W., 103 Blough, Helen L., 92 Bly, Keith W., 91 Boardwell, Donald, 167 Boberg, Roger F. 105 Bodvin, Jill L., 95, 186 Bogar, Michele K., 104 Bogenreif, Ronald, 88, 138, 168. 179, 180 Bond, Linda K., 107 Bonin, Ruth E., 37, 40, 75, 113, 116, 120, 204 Bonser, Jean D., 31, 37, 40, 75 Boone, William C., 91 Bordwell, John E., 105, 178 Bordwell, Michael D., 107 Boschee, Jane A., 37, 41, 130 Boswell, Martha A., 98, 149, 150, 186 Bouck, Lois, 107 Bourguignon, Janet E., 88 Bove, Linda M., 105, 187 Bowcutt, Pamela R., 100 Bowell, Fredrick S., 88 Bowell, James E., 103 Bowell, Marilyn B., 97, 186, 190 Bowman, Bonnie, 41, 148. 159 Bciwzman, Ronald A., 106, 168, 7 Boyce, James E., 100 Boyet. Katherine S., 105 Boyet, Lynn F., 87 Boyle, Michael P., 107 Bradley, Donald J., 94, 152, 154 Bradley, Raymond R., 41 Brakke, Richard C., 41 Brand, Tomi, 101, 152, 154 Brannigan, Della J., 96 Brannigan, Vicki L., 92, 148 Brass, Diane M., 16, 31, 41 Brass, Thomas C., 87, 138, 164, 165, 175 Breeden, Don R. 41, 75, 77, 114, 170, 181 Breeden, Karen, 101, 133 Brendmoen, Daniel R., 105 Brendmoen, David J., 91 Bridgham, Dennis C., 90 Briggs, Robert E., 41, 75, 139, 175 Bright, Michelle, 106 Briscoe, Laura L., 13, 80, 140 Brittain, Diane, 105 Brittain, Karen A., 94 Broadwell, Vern, 15, 74, 117 Brockway, Robin, 95, 96 Brockway, Sandra L., 2'0, 27, 31,41, 114, 125 Bronowski, Edward J., 87 Brooks, Audrey L., 104, 187 Brooks, Betty M., 41, 135, 189 Brooks, Judy E., 99, 148 Broom, William N., 87 Brophy, Daniel J. 106 Brougham, Bethavis E., 105 Brougham, Ruth V., 98 Brougham, William J., 28, 41, 75, 78, 110, 115, 142, 164 Brown, Diana R., 96, 151 Brown, Gary R., 97 Brown. Jerry E., 28, 41, 37, 56, 59, 110, 113, 152, 154, 181 Browning, Gordon, 97 Brown, Mary L., 95, 148 Browning, Sonja L., 97 Bruce, Janet M., 98 Brunette, Bruce A., 96, 166, 181 Brunette, Larry E., 164, 41 Brunette, Larry F., 91 Bruno, Linda J., 42 Brush, Jeanette, 15, 130 Brusseau, Frank A., 87 Brusseau, James D., 94 Brusseau, Wayne N., 106 Bruya, Lawrence D., 26, 42, 114, 120, 121, 122, 123, 131, 138, 144, 145, 163, 170 Buchanan, J. Mike, 92 Bucher, Rick L., 42 Buck, Evelyn F., 88, 135, 184 Buck, Gary, 105 Buck, Linda J., 42 Buckley, Loretta S., 100 Buell, Jack E., 88 Burch, Dennis A., 100 Burger, Nina L., 106, 148 Burk, John P. 103, 167, 180 Burk, Thomas D., 96 Burnett. Connie R., 42, 138, 162 164, 170, 175, 176 Burnette, Dorothy M., 104 Burrill, Walter, 97 Burrow, Jerry W., 101, 153, 154 Bursch, Gary S., 166, 171, 178 Burtness, Alan C., 73 Burton, Ronald P., 91, 127, 181 Bushnell, Ralph F., 89, 164, 170, 180 Butterfield, Patricia, 10 Buxton, Joyce, 92 Buxton, Juanita, 95 Bybee, Barry, 106 Bybee, Kenneth L., 88 Byrnes, David L., 89 Caballero, Greg L., 88, 138, 173, 175, 176 Caballero, Jacinta E., 31, 37, 42, 53, 75, 78, 82, 113, 116, 12l,123, 157, 182, 183, 184, 189, 199 Cable, Carlotta, 101 Cable, Margo J., 42, 129, 158 Cable, Sandra C., 89, 153, 154, 155 Cady, Jack W., 73 Cady, Wilson E., 91, 133 Cael, James F., 90, 148 Cael, Robert C., 88 Cafaro, Linda P., 42' Cain, Helen, 13, 139 Calhoun, Ronald P., 103 Campbell, Ann, 148 Campbell, Donnaray V., 103 Campbell, Kay S., 37, 42, 81, 130 Campbell, Louise A., 101 Campbell, Naomi F., 37, 42, 78, 80, 137, 139, 190 Campbell, Russell B., 94 Campbell, Ruth A. 106, 187 Campbell, Walter, 107 Cannata, George L. 101, 153, 154, 203 Cannata, Bob R., 16, 42 Carhart, Sandy F., 91, 125, 126, 202 Carlson, Jan A., 105, 167 Carlson, Jay B., 92, 163, 181 Carlson, William L., 90 Carlton, Carolyn A., 106 Carney, John P., 94 Carolus, Charla R., 103 Caron, Carrie M., 89 Carrico, Thomas M., 94, 131 Caruso, Anthony E., 92, 138, 150, 158. 168, 180 Caruso. Judy A., 107, 148 Carver, Carol L., 90 Carver, Elmer L., 42 Cassady, Bill E., 98 Casselman, Jon A., 92 Casselman, Linda S., 105, 148 Cathey, Bonnie J., 87, 153, 154 Cathey, Bob E., 43, 132, 139, 149, 152, 154 Caudill. Jon F. 43, 115 Canfield, Roger L., 90 Caven, Julia A., 95 Chaffee, James R., 95, 166, 178 Challender, Ronald L., 95, 168, 179 Chambers, Richard C., 90 Chapman, Sharon A., 31, 36, 37, 43, 76, 78, 121, 122, 140, 182, 183,185, 191, 208 Chapman, Steve A., 101,181 Chappell, Christine C., 107 Charbonneau, Jack, 95 Charlton, Nikki A., 28, 31, 37, 43 53, 75, 78, 110, 137, 152, 154, 157 Charlton, Tanya D., 89, 92, 112, 126, 153, 154 Chastain, Dorian R., 106, 178 Chastain. Jon, 164, 174, 179 Checki, Pam R., 86, 90, 119, 132, 153, 154, 191 Cheek, Danna J., 88, 191 Child, Bette J., 27, 37, 43, 78, 116 117. 185. 191 Childers, Chris C., 89 Christensen, Vickie L., 98 Christerson. Robert A., 99 Christie, Jerry A., 43, 130 Christie, Judy H., 14, 89 Chung, Ardath A., 100 Claeson, Jon W., 101, 166, 174 Clark, Burt H., 44, 130 Clark, Clifford L., 96, 127, 131 Clark, Donna A., 44, 78, 79, 119, 127, 131, 134 Clark, Kaye W., 44, 127, 144 Clark, LaLonna W., 44 Clark. Marcia V., 103, 107, 112, 187 Clark, Sally M., 105 Clemenson, Carol J., 44 Clemenson, Nicholas A., 107 Clemmens, John W., 104, 167 Cleveland, Muriel A., 99 Clukey, Doug G.. 101, 166, 179 Clukey, Janice M., 107, 151, 186 Cobb, Vicki L., 101 Cochran, Bob, 11 Coffey, Jack A., 107, 150, 163, 173 Coffey, M. Jane, 44, 148 Coffey, Rosalie, 98 Coffin, Jon W., 105, 167, 180 Cole, Bonnie J., 88 Coleman, James, 104, 180 Collett, Kathleen P., 44, 132 Collingham. Dave W., 44 Collins, Art, 103. 178 Collins, Darlene P., 107 Collins, Fred A., 167 Collison, Robert F., 94, 127 Colwell, Mary A., 91, 148 Compton, Bruce A., 87 Compton, Karin A., 94, 126, 186 Congdon, Dorothy, 18, 94 Conner, Barbara J., 94 Conner, Douglas W.. 94 Conrad, Claude J., 91, 170 Conrad, Judy, 148 Conrad, James E., 94 Conrad, Nancy A., 107 Conrath, Gerald, 20, 131 Cook, Ben R., 94 Cook, Bekki S.. 87, 151, 209 2ll Coxen, Cooper, Gay L., 107, 192 Cooprider, Sandy R., 27, 88, 138, 162, 163, 170 Copeland, Harley E., 98 Copley, Jim D.. 44 Cordia, Karin K., 106 Corigliano, John, 97 Costln, Bill, 87 Cotter, Mike P., 96 Cotter, Patricia F., 105, 192 Cotter, Patrick V., 107, 148 Countryman, Margaret, 45 Countryman, Walter, 98 Cowan, Mrs. Wheeler, 9 Cowen, John S., 95 Cox, Bobbi Ann, 106 Cox, Kathi Ann, 107 Cox, Linda A., 88, 130, 139 Pete E., 94, 177 Coyte, Gail L., 186 Coyte, Laura E., 97, 99, 186 Crabb, Janert F., 87 Craggett, Merlbelle L., 100 Craig, Noralee, 90 Cravens, Jerry A., 89 Creighton, Dennis W., 47, 53, 75, 138, 144, 165, 175 Crevpeau, Raymond G., 104 Crepeau,Yvonne M., 87. 137 Culp, Sandy L., 45 Cumpton, Bobby M., 96 Cuneo, Edwin L., 104 Cuneo, Elaine S., 87 Cuneo, Royce J., 73, 80 Cuneo, Steve C., 95 Cunningham, Steve R., 106 Currier, John, 95 Custer, John S., 106 Custer, Paul, 99 Custer, Robert, 127 Cyrus, Candice R., 94 Cyrus, Carmen, 45 Dahl, Geraldine L., 90 Dahlberg, Marilyn K., 88 Dahlke, Ella K., 100 Dailey, Marte G., B9 Daley, William L., 103 Daly, James, 101, 138, 181 Dalziel, Susan A., 96 Damon, Jim R., 45, 138, 144, 168 Daniel, Ben C., 103 Daniels, Barbara K., 103 Daniels, Jess, 101 Daniels, Larry J., 45 Daniels, Lucile A., 92 Daniels, William J., 105 Danielsen, Roberta, 91, 129, 148 Darrah, Elmer B., 100 Dashiell, Charlene G., 89 D'Assis1, Larry J., 45, 77, 124, 125 D'Assisl, Steve E., 98 Davey, Linda E., 90 Davey, Patrick, 103 Davey, Theresa A., 107, 187 David, Dolores R., 98, 99, 186 Davidson, James C., 106 Davies, Cathy L., 99 Davies. Danelle D., 96, 100, 186 Davis, Betty E., 87, 153. 154 , Davis, Daniel, 16, 95, 132 Davis, Donna M.. 91 Davis, James P., 88, 132, 139, 142 149, 151, 152. 153. 154 Davis, Leslie J.. 92 Davis, Mike, 92 Davis, Pat, 209 Davis, Roberta R., 45, 62, 140, 145, 184 Dawson, Peggy S., 88 Day, Colleen, 103 DeAndre, Lela, 11 Dearing, Sharon A.. 45 Deasy, Mark D., 100 DeBil1, Delbert D., 87 DeBil1, Dennis R., 107, 121, 122, 166, 171, 179 DeBolt, Cherilyn A., 27, 45, 79, 140, 191 Decann,Wayne, 91 DeCaro, Berlinda R., 98 Decaro, John W., 87 Decaro, Serafino, 88, 168, 180 Dechenne, Betty L., 103 Decker, Carl, 107 Deckefr, Donna D., 100, 186 Decker, Patricia M., 106, 192 Deiter, Loralee J. 103 DeLange, John H., 106 Dellinger, Chuck E., 45 DeLoach, Diane J., 95 DeLong, Barry P., 45 DeLong, Mike G., 89, 115, 134, 142. 165, 200 Dennis, Terry D., 91, 165 212 S Denny, Bob, 100 Derkln, Timothy, 167 Dersul, Corrine, 186 DeVida1, Cheryl L., 46, 137 Dewey, Laurel Y., 107 Dewitt, Margaret A., 104 DeWitt, Rick J., 92,121, 12'4, 127 Dickey, Dolores N., 43, 46, 75, 119, 135, 151, 159, 197 Dickinson, Gary L., 99 Diedrick, William, 14, 167, 178 Diedrick, William M., 92, 138, 163, 165, 175, 176 Diggs, Robert, 166 Dighans, James W., 101 Dcidgen, Sharon R., 46, 75, 126, 29 Dolan, Cheryle G. 46 Dolan, Daniel V., 88 Donahoe, John R., 87 Donahoe, Vicki M., 14, 91, 107, 6 Dorsey, Mike R., 94 Douglass, Alice E., 105 Douglass, Sandy K., 101, 191 Downing, Joan K., 107 Doyle, Dennis, 94, 168 Doyle, Marilyn, 46 Drew, Virginia, 20, 95 Drury, Robert G., 99, 171, 181 Duchene, Joseph L., 91 Diiggining, Carlen, 28, 100, 152, Duehning, Dennis E., 99 Duffy, Colleen K., 100, 137, 150, 186. 197 Dunford, John P., 87 Dunn, Cathy M., 89, 114, 125, 126 129, 131, 134, 135, 145, 184 Dunphy, Marlene S., 88, 189, 190 192 Dupree, Donna L., 92, 191 Duprie, Robert E., 101, 181 Durgan, Susan M., 94 Durkin, Timothy A., 103, 148, 174 Dus, Judy K., 96, 98 Eacho, James P., 46, 75 Eakins, Janice K., 97, 186 Earling, Jean M., 104, 154 Eddy, Barbara, 14, 120, 122, 133 Eddy, Barbara A., 74, 91, 135 Eddy, Patricia, 188 Edlin. Faye L., 91 Edlin, Judy I., 106, 192 Edmonson, Nelson W., 103 Edwardson, Linda L., 37, 46, 75, 191 Eide, Carol T., 46, 75, 122, 123, 133, 185, 199 Einhoff, Mike, 107 Elbrecht, Gay H., 27, 90, 115 Elbrecht, Henry, 73 Elixman, James R., 107 Ellingson, John C., 46, 56, 68, 81, 127, 131. 134 Ellingson, Laurence G., 149, 152, 154 Elliott, David L., 106 Elliott, Janice L., 89. 184 Ells, GlenA.. 90 Ellsworth, Sherry L., 91 Elwood, Steven S., 88, 150 Emerson, Roger W., 90 Emch, Dennis R., 90 English. Robert, 122 Engstrom, Richard L., 105, 167, 172. 180 Enrique, Armando. 46 Erickson, Janis, 105 Erickson, Norman, 12, 110 Erickson, Robert E., 27, 46, 138, 175. 176 Erickson, Ronald G.. 104, 167 Eschenbacher, James E., 100 Evans, Craig, 95, 154, 181 Evans, Ernest R., 46 Evans, Kristine J., 103 Evans, Nancy M., 88, 130 Evans, Rand G., 105, 154 Eveland, Robert O.. 97. 127, 130 Exley, Burrill, 18. 72, 95 Eyre, Richar E., 104, 154 Fair, Leonard J., 91 Fair, Nancy, 95 Fairbrother. Carol S., 91 Fait, Geraldine J., 47, 126 Fanning. Gordon. 11 Farley, Gilbert, 95 Farrell, Anthony D., 107 Faulkner. Terry L., 91 Felix, Gallie M., 92 Felix, Kenny. 107 Felton, Marcia C., 89, 144 Felton, Me vin J., 106 Felton, Ri ard, 73, 80 Fensterma er, Stanley, 107 Ferguson, Ferraby, J Fifield, Ro Filippini, 152, 154 Filzen, Dia Filzen, Pat 185 andra L., 103 dy. 95 erta A. 87, 144 eve, 99, 132, 149, e L., 47, 75, 154, 184 icia A., 12, 47, 154, Finn, Du e D., 87 Fisher, Ar ur L., 47, 77, 152, 154 Fisk, Darr ll A., 47 Fisk, Eath n, 11 Fisk, Kath E., 96 Fiskland, arolyn N., 47, 122, 128, 136, 54, 185 Flanigan, ennis J., 101 Flanigan, im L., 101, 148 Flannigan, ohn C., 89 Flatt, Lind L., 48, 80, 131, 184 Fleenor, S dra L.. 94 Florin, Da iei R., 96, iso Florin, Ga 180 R., 138, 168, 170, Floyd, Den is L., 94, 181 Fogle, Dar 1 F., 100 Forbes, J ice K., 48, 191 Ford, Pete C., 87 Forrey, Ca ol A., 27, 37, 48, 79, 119. 121, 3, 139, 140, 191 Forry, Mik ., 100 Forsell, Sh ron L., 101 Forsstrom, teven W., 48, 53, 75, Forster, Ra y, 94 Foster, Judith R., 48, 148 Foster, Vicky L., 106 Fournier, Jggk W., 98 Fountaine, aren M., 94 Fowlkes, Dlck A., 107 Frame, Tergy L., 88, 185 Francis, Ba bara J., 99 Frankfurth. Valera R., 97, 98, 186 Franklin, imsan S., 97 Frasher, C dace A., 96, 98, 112, 186 Frazier, Delores A., 97, 154 Frazier, Mi 'hael E., 103 Freeman, Frucci, Ro Fugate, Jill nna A., 87, 133 r, 175 M., 37, 65, 75, 126, 144, 191 Funk. Edwin, 105 Funseth, C therine A., 37, 48, 75, 124, 12 Furgeson, wendolyn R., 96, 19C Fyfe, Mari Galambie, Galvin, Arl. Gambill, R R., 90, 135, 137 erry C 99 ne 95 n M 48 bert W., 88. 165 Gaffney, Rgchard M., 94 Ji -. S Gambill, Su an M., 98, 186 Garcea Joseph A., 100, 181 Garcia. Vici Galvin, Sus Garinger, P oria M., 73, 80 mela R., 94, 186 Gardner, Mgrjorie K., 106 Gaschet de l'ISle, Vaugh, 48, 53, 54, 75,r157, 164 Gates, Dan .a S., 105, 140 Gates, Ned, 91 Gaunt, Carol F., 48 Gausman, Dora L., 25, 93, 98, 116, 123 Gausman, Nancy A., 25, 105, 115. 197 Gausman, Igobert W., 27, 48, 79, 112, 121, 1 2, 134, 138, 139, 168 I1 , 21 Geiger, Rolffrt E., 48, 124, 130 Gemmrig, Gendron, V1 Gerkensme atricia L., 107 ctor L., 49, 130 er, David J., 104 Giampietri, ichard, 93, 95, 112, 160, 1 9 Giampietri, Samuel D., 87, 138, 155 Gibbs, Judy Gibson, Joh Gibson, Sha Gibson, Vic Gilbert, Dal Giles, Denni A., 49, 129, 139 n L., 49, 130 on, 107 ie L.,101, 137, 186 E.. 100 s E., 103, 153, 154 Giles, Leona M., 49 11 Gill, Blaine, Gill, Edward E., 10 Gillespie. Alice, 11 Gillett, Alle R., 106, 130, 154 Giraud, Bargara A., 87 Glass, Janet D., 106 Gleason, Marilyn J., 49 Glendenning, Gerri J., 95 Glendennlng, Roberta, 105 Glidden, Mildred, 11 Glover, Blair, 12, 96 Glover, Romelle L., 96, 151 Goddard, Sandra, 97 Gxiggz, Rosemary, 101, 119, 130, Goffinei-. Larry L., 87, 173, 181 Goin, Mary, 95, Goins, Ben H., 88, 138, 168, 179,180 Goode-ll, Linda C., 88, 151, 191 Goodman, Juanita A., 98 Goodson, Ronald D., 73 Goodwin, Sarah E., 49, 130 Gooselaw. Gordon D., 103, 167 Gorrell, Brian N., 49 Gossett, Robert M., 98 Gottschalk, John P., 107, 148, 174, 178 Golggzward, Nancy E., 90, 140, Goudzward, Susan M., 94, 140, 186 Gracio, Patrick M., 106, 167, 178. 186 Graf, Marya T., 107, 191 Graff, Joan T., 80, 137 Graham, Gale R., 105 Graham, Leonard, 15, 88, 127 Graves, Trudy J., 88 Gray, Virginia L., 103 Greear, Dale. 104 Greear, Janet S., 49, 75 Gxiiein, Harry A., 98, 107, 171, Green, Jennifer A., 37, 75, 114, 124, 125 Greenwood, Carol J., 106 Greenwood, Michael J., 92, 168, 179 Greer, James, 73 Gregg, Bobbie M., 98 Gregor, Barbara J. 37, 73 Griffith, Carol L., 37, 50, 59, 75, 115, 121, 123, 133, 139. 145, 184. 205 Griffith, Donna J., 98 Griffith, Geoffrey W., 87, 138, 156, 165, 179, 199 Griffith, James D., 103, 154, 180 Griffith, Katherine E., 107 Griffith, Pamela J., 96 Griffith, Ralph H., 98, 152, 153, 154 Griffith, Robert E.. 88 Griffith, Thomas G., 20, 26, 37, 50, 75, 78, 113, 114, 138, 142, 162, 164, 173, 179 Griggs, Donald J., 92 Griggs, James, 12 Grimm, Kenneth W., 100,177 Griner, Joan, 107 Griswold, Guy, 16 Grove, Arthur, 73, 80 Groves, Judy M., 95 Guffin, Karol L., 37, 50, 65, 78, 114, 150, 185, 191 Guffin, Ronald W.. 97, 181 Gump, Steven E., 99 Gurske, Donna P., 87 Haas, Edward, 91 Hagen, Ann, 96, 97, 114, 186 Hagen, Kenneth. 21, 71, 171 Hager, Vivian, 16, 96, 137 Hagman, Karrol, 99 Hagman, Lynda, 90 Hagman, Richard, 99 Hahn, Linda, 94, 186 Hall, Delores A., 96, 135, 190, 192 Hall, Ellen L.. 95. 154 Hall, Mark R., 94, 151, 154 Hall, Timothy J., 106 Hall, Thomas L., 103 Halstead, Harold, 97 Hamilton, Charles T., 97 Hamilton, Sandra M., 50 Hamp, Judy M., 96, 139 Hanek, James K., 50. 168, 179 Haney, Richard A., 50 Hannan, Richard, 21, 166, 172, 180 Hannum, Paul A., 103 Hansen, Arthur M., 98, 166 Hansen. Peggy A., 105, 140. 187, 189 Hansen, Susan M., 90, 140, 185 Hansen, William, 73 Hanson, Alan R., 106, 167. 172 Hanson, Dwain L., 95. 178 Hanson, Jack A., 94, 181 Hanson, Mick, 180 Hanson, Teresa L., 17. 105, 187 Harding, Donna J., 105 75, 153, 154, 155 Hardlng, Jill J.. 99, 115, 186 Hardt, LaVern R., 87 Harker, Lynn L., 92 Ham, Robert E., 50, 115, 138, 181, 204 Harness, Diana L., 88, 148 Harris, Chrlstlna, 105 Harris, Earl, 107 Harris, Nancy L., 88, 127 Harris, Richard, 95 Harris, Stephen, 94 Hart, Anthony, 107 Hart, Shannon. 91 Hartle, Gary R., 107 Hartman, Frances A., 91 Hartman, Ross M., 107 Harwood, Jerry R., 107. 154, 167, 172, 180 Haskins, Dayle, 106 Hass, Robert A., 50, 76 Hathaway, John R., 94, 180 Haugen, Gerald E., 104 Haugen, Raymond, 95 Haugen, Roger A., 98 Hausken, Phillip P., 73 Havens, Diane W., 100 Havens. Laurel L.. 96. 130 Havens, William D., 96 Hawklnson, Thomas L., 97, 181 Hayden, Benney, 95. 174 Hayden, Sandra. 107 Haynes, Diane S., 90 Haynes, Patrick J., 73 Headstrom, Robert G., 96, 181 Heathers, Cheryl M., 105 Heaton, Donald C., 99 Heaton, Douglas E., 97 Hefllng, William G.. 103 Hellman, Paul R., 98 Helmblgner, Gary B., 99 Heine, Suzanne M., 98 Heinz, Larry E., 92, 114, 126, 169, 170, 175 Helse, Phyllis A., 94, 148, 190 Helms, Frank J ., 96 Hendrickson, Gregory, 98, 181 Hengen, Linda, 101, 140, 189 Henning, Linda M., 87 Henning, Peggy L., 106, 114, 187, 189 Henry, Lynne I., 107 Henry, Paul, 73, 180 Henson, Stan. 94 Herberg, Brent J .. 94, 181 Herman, Jackie D., 87, 139 Herman, Joyce D., 97 Hern, Charles B., 91 Hern, James A.. 101 Hesseltlne, Danny G., 50, 149, 155 Hesseltine, Lyla J ., 104 Hickey, Robert E., 51, 77, 181 Hopkins, Janet L., 95 Hopkins, Steve D., 87, 180 Hooke, Ralph R., 98 Hooper, Donald A., 90 Hornung, Thomas V., 105 Horoblowski, Irene M., 87, 139, 150 Houk, Dixie M., 36, 37, 52, 76, 184, 185, 188 House, Cheryl D., 14, 43, 52, 75, 77, 79, 115, 121, 123, 133 House, Myrna J., 97. 192 House, Nancy R., 106 Jones, Stephen R., 87, 138, 165, 179 Jones, Stephen R., 53 Jones, Terry A., 73, 80, 149 Jordan Jordan , Andy A., 37, 53, 114, 115 , James W., 96 Jordan, Joyce L., 96 Jordan, Judith G., 53, 75, 130, 149, 150, 151 Howell, Linda M., 96, 148 Hubbard, Tamara D., 87, 114 , 126, 137, 149, 150 Huellemann, Davld, 95, 149, 153, 154 Huey, Phillip S., 94 Huffman, Penny V., 107 Hughes, Russ J ., 97 Hummer, Robert L., 73 Hunt, Larry G., 89, 168 Hunt, Sharon E., 101 Hurley. Steve A., 101, 166 Hurst, Randolph G., 88 Husby, John T., 100 Husby, Karen J., 52, 77. 130 Huston, Don, 107 Huston, Ron, 107 Hutts, Clifford G., 104, 168 Hutts, Kathleen M., 104 Hutts, Patricia L., 87 Hutts, Vickie E., 100 Hyko, Janis, 101 Hyko, Robert, 106 Hynes, Gary, 107 Hyslop, Janet E., 98, 132, 150, 186 Iron, Dianna J., 14, 91, 133, 145 Iron, John W., 104, 154 Irvine, Karen M., 92 Isbell, Merle, 103 Jackson, Gloria J.. 106 Jackson, Ida K., 99 Jackson, Judl J ., 90, 125, 126, 131, 134, 184, 191 Jacobsen, Carolyn A., 105 Jacobsen, Noreen A., 52, 65, 75, Higgins, Diane. 98 Higgins, Kent E., 51 Hill, Gary S.. 94 Hill, Gary W., 90 H111 Joyce R., 103, 148 137, 184 Jarrad, Clnda, 105 Jasberg, Gayle A., 93, 96, 115, 133, 135, 190 Jelsing, Jerry G.. 52 Jenkins, Mildred E., 28, 37, 52 78, 137, 139, 205 Jennings, Marjorie, 11 J efnsen, Daniel L.. 92 Jesmore, Patrick W., 52, 138, 168, 179 Jewell, Linda M., 28, 37, 52, 59, 75, 78, 113, 116, 137,182, 183, 184, 208 Jewell, Lyle, 12 Jewel, Ronald. 95, 166, 171. 179 Hill, Lynda, 94 Hill, Mary, 103 Hill, Mike R.. 94. 127 Hill, Ronald A., 51, 151 Hill, Rosemary E., 26. 37, 51, 78. 117, 119, 135, 182, 183, 184 Hiller, Anne R., 103 Hlller, Clifford R., 51, 152, 154, 180 Hiller, Clyde D.. 51, 154 Hiller, Richard R., 98 Hines, Richard D., 51, 127, 129, 174 Hlnthorne, Reese D., 88, 150, 170. 180 Hlppersen, Brian, 106. 167, 180 Hirst, Corinne. 11 Hirst, Danny J., 92, 132, 134, 153, 154 Hoag, Richard W., 97. 131 Hobbs, Barbara A.. 37, 51, 59, 75, 78, 119, 134, 135, 137, 184, 191 Hobbs, Dianne K.. 91 Hobbs, John A., 87 Hochstedler, Sharon R., 87 Hocking, Robin J ., 88 Hoeier, Dave A., 51. 72 Hoff, Thomas E., 91 Hoffard, William J .. 51, 130 1-Ioffedltz, Shirley J ., 51. 129 Hoffman, Dorothy L., 107 Hogan, Leslie, 16, 104, 162, 164, 173 Holllng, Dale J .. 89, 151 Holmes, Larry A.. 103 Holt, Richard K., 51, 175. 176 Holton, Dale S., 87, 175 Hone, Larry M., 100 Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson April K., 107, 148 Cheryl, 101 Daniel E., 97, Darel B., 103 David L., 73 Edith. 11 James H., 106, 167 Jeanne S., 52, 130 John F. 96 127 Johnson: Judy L.: 95, Johnson Johnson Johnson 32 Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson s n n Kathie S., 52, 133, 149 Kathleen G., 49, 90 President Lyndon B., Linda L., 105 Marie, 11 M1chaelD., 95, 171 Nancy S., 90 Peter J ., 92, 142 Rebecca R., 28, 52, 53, Jordan. Sandra A., 103 Judd, Kathryn L., 12, 53, 135 Judd, Robert A., 103 Judd, Vickie R., 103 Juhnke, Kathleen, 100, 137, 148 Kahila, John, 104, 131 Kamarainen, Dennis E., 92, 179 Kannegaard, David L., 91 Karnes, Barbara J., 104, 152,154 Karr, Mary K., 97 Katzenbogan, Frances, 89 Kean, Laura L., 87,139 Keck, Wayne S., 53,134, 138, 170, 175, 176 Keehn, Kitty E., 92 Keel, Tom, 122 Keeling, Gall M., 90,114, 138, 169. 170. 180 Keeling, Ricky L., 103, 167, 172, 180 Keen, Albert W., 107 Keene, Gene E., 88, 134, 139. 142 Keene, James D., 893 134, 139, 142, 145 Keevy, Karen L., 94, 190 Kegley, Robert, 107, 177 Kellberg, Janet I., 97, 192 Kelley, Jane E., 44, 54, 80, 184, 190 Kelly, Craig L., 91 Kelly, Steve V., 167, 178 Kemp, William J., 37, 54, 72, 78, 125, 134, 142 Kennedy, President John F., 32 Kennedy, Karen L.,100, 190, 193 Kergndy, Lucill, 107,115, 148, 1 8 Kennedy, Lynda F., 103, 190, 193 Kenney, Patrick C., 80, 105 Kenney, John, 80 Kennicutt, Paul R., 90, 149, 150, 151, 152, 154 Kennlcutt, Vema R., 105, 151 Kensok, Steve, 107 Kent, Mollie M., 95 Kent, Sharon C., 103 Kersul, Corrine A., 95, 126 Ketron, Mack M., 93, 101, 166 Ketron, Mike G.,101, 166 Kiehn, Linda R., 94 Kilgore, Michael A., 88, 140 Killian, Linda L., 107 Killingsworth, Elizabeth, 15, 97, 135 Kim, George C., 154 Kimble, Cecilia JJ., 89, 148 Kincheloe, Jan, 87 Kincheloe, Mary Jane, 150 Kincheloe, Melvin E., 99, 151, 158 King King, Joan E., 90, 148 King, Karen M., 54, 75, 77, 78, 114, 119, 120, 121, 123, 131, 134, 184, 185, 191 King, Roberta A., 101 Kingsley, Paul L., 97, 154 Kinne, Cheryl L., 91 Kippenhan, Dennis D., 54, 130 Kippenhan, Paul C., 92 Klein, Pamela E., 96 Kling, Jeannette D., 97 Knaff, Sharon R., 103, 129, 187 Knapp, Frank E., 92, 151 Knapp, Frieda M., 54,l50, 151 Knight, Marilyn M., 94 Knutson, Linda J ., 104 Kolbet, Gregory C., 94, 166, , 181 , James A., 106 75, 120, 123, 137, 149, 150, 157, 158 Johnson, Robert E., 91 Johnson, Robert H., 94, 112, 171. 177 Johnson, Velrnon G., 88 Johnson, Wesley W., 98, 171, 181 Joklnen, Marcia L., 89 Jones, Carolyn A., 52, 129, 144, 148 171, 177 Klmberec, Clinton H., 101 Kostelecky, Jerry J ., 106, 167 Kostelecky, Sandra J ., 93, 94, 135, 186, 190 Kovacevich, Duane J ., 37,54, 78, 129, 131, 149, 151, 156, 158 Kraay, Linda F., 90 Kreitz, Allen, 54 Krell, Judith M., 54, 65, 75, Jones, Delbert, 21, 39, 97 Jones, Donna, 105 Jones, Linda S., 106, 148, 193 Jones, Linda S., 105 Jones Patricia L., 106, 148, 193 Jones, Ralph C., 37, 53, 72, 78, 123, 138, 162, 163. 164 Jones, Richard A., 94, 99 J ones, Rick, 94 135, 137, 185 Kretz, Edwin, 18, 162 Krieg, Harvey M., 98 Kringle, Bonnie S., 31, 54, 59, 114, 140, 182, 183, 185, 189, Kringle, Connie L., 24, 31, 37, 43, 54, 75, 140, 182, 183, 184, 189, 207, 208 Krlnglen, Keith E., 37, 55, 81. 142 Kruiswyk, Clinton A., 90, 170, 175, 203 Kruiswyk, Mr. Herman, 9 Kubas, Betty M.,73, 148 169, Kuhlman, Dennis R., 20, 55, Kumm, Lauralne, 97 La Barge, Daniel W., 99 LaBarge, Helen L.,55, 75 LaBrie, Danny B., 90, 173, La Brie, Susan, 95, 137 Laitlnen, Roy A., 88 Lamb, Vikki P., 37, 43, 50, 55, 75, 78, 79, 184, 200 Lamp, Carrie I., 89 Lamp, Dwight E., 94 Lampert, Jean A., 55, 129, Lancaster, Ester, 19, 97 180 131 Landberg, Kathleen L., 87, 131, 134 Lang, Barbara L., 89, 137 Lang, Donna M., 55, 132 Lang, Richard, 104, 148 Lannigan, Daniel A., 43, 55, 65, 75, 138, 154, 168, 179. 188 Lansing, Gail J., 26, 37, 55. es, 75.78, 115. 131, 133, 184, 191 LaPlante. Catherine. 100 La Plante, Jeanette M., 12, 55, 122, 130 Larsen, John H., 89 Larson, Anna, 73 Larson, Diane M., 88, 129.134, 135, 151, 185 Larson, Donald R., 94 Larson, Karen D.,101, 186 Larson, Patricia A., 55, 148 Larson, Robert L., 97 Larson, Stanley E., 87 LaSalle, Donna D., 104 Lashbrook, Thomas E., 90 Lasley, Charles, 106 Latimer, Leslie C., 92, 116, 125, 126, 135, 209 Lattimore, Kenneth C.,105 Lattlsh, Judith A., 55, 151 Lavalle, Larry G., 202 Lawrence, Carla J ., 26, 55, 78, 110, 115, 117, 121, 123, 131, 134, 145, 153, 159, 201 Lawson, Barry L., 98, 133, 180 Lawson, Ben, S., 106, 167, 174 Lee, J., 88. 148 Lawson, Lawson, Terry L., 25, 56 Lawton, Raymond W., 50, 75, 145, 175, 176 56, Lee, Craig G., 31, 36. 37, 56, 76, 113, 142, 144, 181 Lee, Dale W., 97, 160 Lee, Vema J., 56 LeGrant, Joanne, 97 Leichner, Myma, 14,1104. 188 Leigh, Philip A., 56, Leloach, Sharon, 106 Lerch, James, 100 Lerch, Sam D., 93, 99, 177, Leslie, David N., 56 Leslie, Donna L., 90 Leslie, Jacqueline, 44, 56 Leslie. J oAnne. 56 Lesonik, Ron L., 94 Letsch, Gloria, 16, 98 Lewis, Earl A., 100 Lewis, Judy D., 56 Lewis, Ronald L., 90 Liddell, Patricia. 95 Llll, Luclle. 14, 188, 191, 19 Lindberg, Candace D., 91 48, 151 178 8 Lindberg, Rodney C., 57, 75, 114 138, 162, 164 Lindberg, Susan I., 107 Lindemann, Marvin R., 57 Lindon, Kargm N.. 106 Lindon, Rodrick, 57, 59, 75, 138, 168, 185 Lines, Richard W., 103, 153, 154, 181 Lister Eugene, 21, 168 Litten, John N., 28, 105, 15 Litten, Lea J., 57. 115 4, 167 Littlehale, John C., 90, 149, 150 Livingston, Charles A., 88 Lloyd, Jana, 107, 148 Lloyd, Patricia R., 57 Lockatd, Linda L., 90, 137 Long, Charles, 14, 169, 170, 171 Long, Nancy, 107 Loomis, Stephen S., 57 Lotze, Mary J., 95 Louden, Julie A., 97, 148 Loutherback, Larry J ., 50, Lowther, William, 18, 188, Lubbess, Walter, 95 57 177 2I3 Luchini, Margaret C., 57 Luders, Edward, 21, 71 Lundln, Richard, 100 Lunger, Donald A., 106 Lunzer, Michael D., 90 Luscher, William, 11 Lutz, Jerre A., 51, 129 Lyerla, Jim M., 57. 181 Lyons, Paul M., 88 MacDonald, Nancy E., 106 MacGregor, Penny C., 107, 137 MacKnicki, James, 97 Maddox, Kay B., 96 Magers, Michael, 95, 171 Magers. Sherrie S., 57, 149. 150 Magner, Megan, 27, 89, 115, 124, 126. 185, 201 Magnus, Kathy L., 103 Mahrt, Elizabeth, 92, 134, 137 Mahrt, Thomas E., 95 Makarczyk, Jackie, 100, 154 Malone, Kathy, 91, 158 Maloy, Joyce L., 87 Maloy. Nancy J., 86, 91, 118, 133, 185 Malterner, John, 17, 99, 110 Mandt, Cathy K., 99, 148 Mandy, Patricia G., 92, 152, 154 Manfred. A. A., 12, 99, 175 Manildi, Donald E., 19, 25, 37, 57, 79, 115. 125. 131. 139 Manley, James R., 58, 131 Manthey, Gary H., 58, 130 Marchioro, Bill J., 89, 115, 124, 125, 126, 138, 164 Marguart, David D., 92, 108, 154 Marks, Darrel E., 87 Marks, Edette S., 58 Marler, Carol L.,58, 75, 115, 134, 185 Marquardt, Ullrich, 139, 153, 179 Marsh, Linda, 95 Marsh, Timothy J., 98, 154 Marshall, Judy L., 91, 116, 135, 184. 185 Marshall, Rebecca L., 97, 135 Marston.Sherrie L., 96, 126. 192 Marston, Tamara, R., 58, 190, 191 Martenson, Evelyn, 95 Martin, Joan C., 105 Martin, Linda M., 94 Martin, Mary L., 105 Martinson, Pamela S., 148 Martinseon, Sherry L., 90, 148 Mashtare, Charles M., 106 Mason, Gary, P., 107 Mason, Tom. 107 Materne, Kay L., 12, 58, 75 112, 124, 191 Mathers, Peggy. 28, 87 Mathews. Judy L., 88, 126, 131, 185, 188 Mathewson, Linda, L.. 106, 154 Mathias, Pamela L., 58, 129, 158 Mathistad, Kenneth P., 94 Matson, Donald L.,90, 115, 138, 170 Mattie, Suzanne, R.,98, 153, 154 Mattix. George 95, 166, 174, 180 Mattix, Terry W., 106, 168, 180 Mattus. Albert. 17, '14, 157 Maxfield, Mary C., 58, 190 Mayfield, Donna L.. 130 McAllister.Valerie I., 107 McAndrews, Patricia K., 95 McCammond, Patricia A., 105, 187. 189 I McCauley, James L., 58 McChesney, Viki, 95 McConnell, Steve, 107, 148, 167, 180 McCormack, Suzanne J., 53, 58, 75, 118, 129, 144, 149, 150, 156, 158 McCoury, John G., 101 McCoury, Susan L., 91, 130, 133 McCullough, Ronald S., 107, 158 McDaniel. Joan E., 89 McDonald John, 96, 174 McDonald, Marilyn K., 90. 148 McDonald, Nancy, 153, 154 McDonald, Ron B., 58, 75 McDougall, John, 104, 167 McGavran, Barbara J., 97 McGavran, Richard L., 73 McGavran, Wayne D., 90 McGee, Sandra, 11 McGilvra, Dale H.. 103 McGlaughlin, Mary E., 96 McGlocklin. Steven, 59 McGough, Steve J., 88, 138, 164 McGrath, Sharon L., 100 McGuire, Don J., 107, 138, 154, 181 McHenry, Michael R., 99 McHugo, Orosia, 13, 200 2I4 McKanna, Bill R., 91, 134 McKay, Richard L.. 59 McKenney, Terry, 91 McKinney, Tim J., 88, 168, 180 McKnight, Alice, 97 McLain, Joan L., 106 McLaughlin, Cornelius, 100 McLaughlin, Katherine, 107 McLaughlin, Patsy L., 105, 187 McLean, Lonette A., 89 McLean, Michael L., 106, 154 McLemore, Marilyn, 107, 186 McMullin, Carol A., 27, 37, 59, 65, 75, 117, 118, 189 McMurtrey, Linda R., 91 McNew, Lorraine, 17, 54 McNutt, Georgia R., 107 McNutt, Sandi, 107 McNutt, Suzanne, 107 McRae, Ronald L., 19, 59, 79, 121, 122, 123, 156 McRoberts, Terry R., 87 McTaggart, James D., 107 Mead, Darrell, 86, 91, 112, 134, 142, 179 Meagher, Ronald E., 95, 154, 167. 178 Meek, Robert, 59 Meister, Frank M., 87 Meister, Lillian S., 73 Mellstrom, Gina R., 106 Melton, Marie M., 59 Melum, Lyann V., 91, 139, 193 Meranda, Cindy M., 60, 75, 150, 191 Meranda, Sally L., 97. 112, 186 Merbach,Ronald D., 88 Meredith, Lynn B., 106. Merrill, Bettie R. 107, 154 Merritt, Danny J., 99, 166, 177 Mertens, Roger A., 60 Meuler, Sylvia, 11 Meyer, Russell, 17. 74 Mhyre, Kenneth, 10, 110 Michelson, Kathy M., 60, 126 Mickey, James R., 90 Mickus, Butch L., 94. 166, 174 Mikkelson, Charste, 15, 74 Miller, Doris, 99 Miller, Gene R., 37, 43, 60, 75, 78, 138, 175, 176 Miller, Gerald W., 89, 142, 163 Miller, Judy A., 60 Miller, Ronald P., 89, 166 Miller, Shirley V., 107 Trudy, 73 Miller, Miller, William R., 97 Mills, JoAnne E.. 105 Mills, Kathleen M., 87 Mir. Owen, 90 Mir, Vernon B., 101 Mishler, Janet S., 60, 126 Mitchell, Dan, 95, 181 Deanne R., 16, 60 Mitchell, Mitchell, Diane B., 95, 148 Mitchell, Larry G., 88 Mitchell, Lynn C., 107, 148 Modeland, Shirley L., 90 Moe, David L., 95, 149, 153, 154 Moe, Marilyn E., 37, 43, 60, 75, 78 Moffitt, Diane M., 90, 137, 191 Moliter, Laurene M., 37. 59, 60, 75. 78, 131, 134, 135, 137, 184, 191 Monroe, Gary, 104 Montgomery, John, 106, 167 Montgomery, Connie. 97, 132 Montroy, Ralph, 14, 74 Mooney, Dick, 107 Moore, James C., 86, 90, 142, 168, 179 Moore, Monte J., 28. 60, 75, 110, 113, 138, 142, 168, 179, 180 Morehead, Wayne H., 94, 127 Morehouse, Kaye L.. 92 Morgan, Candy, 103 Morgan, Darlene, 107 Morgan, James, 94 Morgan, Marcia A., 107, 154 Morris, David C.,60, 76 Morris, Terry G., 91 Morris, Walter W., 91, 154 Morrison, Bradley R.. 105 Morrow, Raymond P., 101, 107 Morse, Susan K., 94 Moss, Carol J., 73 Mouser, Jacqueline A., 94 Mullen, Robert M.. 73, 180 Muller, Dr. James, 78 Mulligan, Sara J., 37, 43, 60, 75, 78, 114, 137 Munyan, John W., 94, 180 Munyan, Kathy M., 103 Murry, Vicky Lynn, 27, 88, 112, 115, 119,126,131, 140, 151, 185 Mutton, Gloria A., 107 Muzatko, Richard, 11 Myers, Mi hael J., 61, 174 Nakagawa Dean T.. 90, 173, 181 Nakagawa Pamela H., 104, 116, 153, 154 Nance, Ali e M., 104 Naylor, Ja ice, 106, 107, 187 Naylor, Ra dy, 101 Neff, Davi R., 100, 166 Neiswende , Gary. 99, 174 Nelson, Ga y D., 105 Nelson, M isue, 31, 61, 65, 75, 78, 11 Nelson, M , 116, 120, 185, 189 te J.. 94 Nelson, Na cy M., 94, 189 Nelson, Phyllis J., 43, 61, 75, 35 131, 133, Nelson, Sa dra G., 106, 154 Nelson, Sa .dra K., 27, 87, 133, 185, 201 Nelson, St even W., 104 Nelson, Vicki P., 61, 75 Nelson, W e dy S., 88, 126 Nelson, William R., 95 Nethercut Nevdahl, A Nevers, Ro Newberg, Newberg, 186 t, George. 11 nette C., 14, 91. 107 ert D., 94 avid, 96 onna K., 94, 96, 115, Newcomb, fVIary K., 96, 148 Newell, Sh Newett, C Newsome, Nichols, Da 177 rrie L., 99 a ol, 13, 74, 122 heresa K., 103 iel A., 97, 98, 166, Nichols, Bill, 91, 138, 163, 175 Nichols, Mi hael R., 101 Nicholson, inda L., 104, 107, 115, 187 Nickeson, ary, 107 Nienstedt, hris H., 90, 138, 163 Nikotich, S aron, 105 Niles, Betty A., 105 Niles, Lind' L., 100 Niles, Robe t E., 61 Nistad, Ma Noble, Dav aret, 17 R., 97 Nolan. Stev n M., 105 Northcutt, Northquis N orthmp, 142, 152, ayle, 106, 140, 187 t. Marilyn K., 96 Norman L., 89, 91, 153, 154, 181 Norton, Les lie,87 - Nottingham, Carlene R., 94 Nottingham, Nancy L., 61, 130 Nowlan, A O., 61 Nowlan, Fr nces J., 104, 154 Nustad, Sh ron, 17, 117 Nye, Willia , 18 Nygren, Lo' J., 104, 152, 154 Nygren, Ma i A., 98 Nypen, Ja mes B., 61 Nyreen, Mickey L., 102, 105 Oakes, Faye A., 78, 87, 115, 123, 131, 184 Oberg, Jerry L., 100, 166, 174, 179 O'Connor. Merri, 95, 133 Ogle, Marilyn I., 94 O'Grady, Raenell M., 104 Oien, Mike 'W., 91 0'Leary, John. 18 Olds, David, 101 Olsen, Jack A., 61 Olson, Alvi , 15 Olson, Chri ine M., 90, 115 Olson, Jack ., 61 Olson, Joyc , 61, 75, 184 Olson, Kath rine L., 104, 140, 187, 189 Olson, Marvin L., 106 Olson, Mary Ann, 99, 152 Olson, Sand a L., 103, 130, 154 Olson, Stev W., 61 Olson, Susa , 99 Omears, Da liel, 106 O'Nei1l, Mary C., 100 Orr, Linda Itie, 17, 107, 148 Oritz, Sandr L., 100 Osborne, William R., 94, 168, 180 Osburn, Leslie S.. 94 Oscarson, Helen, 13, 139 Osier, Pamela, 97. 154 Osier, San dr YE. 130 Oslund, Pat 'cia D., 37, 61, 65, 75 Oslund, Russ el R., 99, 155, 168, 179 Osso, Patrick A., 43, 62, 75, 151 Ostin, William. 88. 148 Ostrum, Ella F., 89 Othmer, F ra J., 100 Othmer, Mr . Fred, 9 Ouimet, To Overfield, Ray. 172 Bonnie J., 103 Overhau ser, Mary Lou, 37, 62, 119, 124, 125 Owen, A Owen, D nn M., 62, 130 avid L., 62 Owen.Linda K., 90, 126, 137 Owen, Marilyn. 17 Owen, Mir, 90 Owen, Ralph, 62, 151 Owens, Susan I., 90, 150 Painter, John A., 154 " Page, Sandra M., 97 Paley, James, 145 Pammler, Donald. 95 Pammler, Michael W., 87 Paquin, Renee V., 114, 134, 150, 185, 191 Parham, Jack D., 62, 130 Pariseau, Don E., 99 Parish, April L., 106, 187 Parish, J oseph E., 92, 173, 174 Pariso, William S., 99 Parks, F rederick M., 95, 114, 148, 153, 154, 166 Parks, Robert J., 62.129, 156, 158 Parker, Kathleen M., 107 Parker, Kenneth E., 95 Parker, Robert, 97 Parrish, Georgia L., 148 Partridge, David. 94 Paschall, Sue, 88, 95 Pasiczny k, Bonnie J., 89, 90, 114, 115, 124, 126, 129, 131, 134, 185 Pasicznyk,Marilyn F., 105, 115, 116 Patterson, Ronald G., 97, 153, 154 Payne, Patrick D., 104. 174 Payton, Barbara A.. 62 Pearsall, Diane L. 101 Pefley, Charles E., 62, 114, 132. 149, 151, 152, 154. 158. 159, 208 Peone, Gordon, 104, 139 Perkins, Cheryle L. 106, 107, 115, 140 Perkins, Denise M., 31, 37, 63, 75, 112. 125, 182, 183, 184 Pescio, Kathy L., 89 f Pesik, Catherine L., 103. 130 Pesik, Edward F., 89, 112 Peters, Betty M., 98, 126, 190 Peters, Carol Jeanne, 106, 148 Peters. J ane E., 91, 116, 134, 135, 184, 185 Peters, Karen L., 89, 158 Peterson, Anita M., 63, 132 Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson , Cynthia J., 103 . Kristine A., 101 , Mary A., 103 , Stephen A., 107, 154 . Sue M., 92, 129, 139, 185 Petrie, Harold L., 63, 130 Petty, Ralph L.. 88 Peyton, Avery, 11 Pfeiffer, Emery J., 95 Pfeiffer, Louise E., 73 Pfeiffer, Patrick D., 89, 115, 138, 165, 179 Phamess, Lynda A., 102, 103 Pharness, Sandra K.. 43, 63, 75 Phillips, Jeanine I., 106 Phillips, Kenneth R., 99 Phillips. Nancy. 106 Phillips, Suzanne, 105 Pickard, Don, 88 Pickens. Cheryl E., 106, 155, 140, 187 Pickens, Sally A., 103, 115, 140, 187 Pickett. Donald D., 63, 152, 154 Pickett, Larry L., 152 Pickett, Robert S., 107, 154 Pielli, Carla J., 105 Pinkley, Larry W., 90, 154 Pitt, James O., 100 Pleasant, LeAnna S., 16, 25, 31, 63, 75, 114, 204 Plumb, Peggy, 100 Plummer, Donald M.. 103 Poleski, David R., 95 Pond, Sandra L., 105 Portrey, Portrey, Judith A., 105, 193 William R.. 95 Poston, Cris L., 98, 107, 148 Potter, Ruth A., 87 Potter, Loren M., 63.175 Potter, Shirley D., 63, 91, 140, 145, 184 Powell, Katherine G.. 16, 63 Pozar, Linda E., 63, 148 Prater, Judy, 107 Prechtl, Sandra, 99 Press, George M., 94 Preston, Charles J., 87, 165 Price, Francis. 63, 65. 75 Price, Mi Priel, Da chael W., 105, 167 Vid L., 87 Pringle, Donna J., 103 Procopio, Linda, 63, 75. 77. 184 Proteau, Francis M., 88, 138, 163. 179 Prudente, Joseph A., 107, 151, 158 Pruitt, Julie M., 63 Puddy, Donald R., 14, 98, 133 Radmer, Gail Y., 92 Radmer, Ralph E., 101. 168, 179 Radmer, Walter E., 104 Rail, Marilyn, 107, 137, 186 Ramsey, Leslie F., 91, 134 Randall, Terry P., 96 Rasmussen, Diane L., 107, 187 Ray, Stephen, 73 Reed, Brian L., 16, 65 Reed, Dale E., 106, 167, 172, 178 Reed, Dennis D., 106, 167, 201 Reeder, Carl tMr.l, 9 Reeder, Jacqueline L., 87, 148 Reedman, Sandra J., 98 Reeves, June M., 64 Reeves, Robert E., 100 Reichelt, Steve L., 87 Reid, Tammy, 17, 100, 101, 117 Reida, Rudy C., 98, 166, 177 Reida, Stephanie S., 89, 124, 126, 185. 191 Renault, Stephanie G., 94 Renner. Alx, 95 Revard, Donna M., 107, 114, 115, 186 Revard, Susan M., 103, 187 Rew, James E., 91, 115, 151, 164. 180 Reynolds, Barbara, 105. 148 Reynolds, F. Dorine, 88 Reynolds, Jack R., 28, 89, 138, 164. 173. 179 Reynolds, Joan L., 64 Reynolds, Steve D., 97 Rhelnschmidt, John T., 64 Rice, Eugene V., 106. 127 Rice, Roderic L., 105, 172, 178 Rice, Thomas J., 100, 154 Rifghards. Susan K., 100, 137, Richards, Verna J., 50, 64, 75, 135, 150, 185, 190 Richardson, Christine, 96, 135 Richardson, Jean M., 97, 186 Richardson, Jerry J., 64 Richardson, Marvin C., 107 Richardson, Timothy J., 90 Rlizlacile, Gerald W., 90, 127, 151, Riddle, Robert G., 64 Rlediger, Roger A., 87, 149, 153, 154 Rlehle, Michael D., 105 Rigg. Mary K., 89, 124, 126 Riggins, Patrick M., 64, 115, 129 Riley, William J., 107 Rizzuto, John, 95, 107, 171, 177 Roach, Dennis L.. 101 Robbins, Tobe Lee, 99 Roberg, Duane, 88 Roberts, Kenneth J., 99 Robertson, Rosle K.. 100 Robison, Betty L., 90 Robison, Eric L., 99 Rockser, Robert J.,101, 152, 153, 154, 168, 179 Roder, Kathleen I., 99, 148 Rodgers, Christine, 90 Rodgers, Thomas C., 91 Rodkey, John P., 9. 10, 24, 117 Roe, Judge Willard, 9 Roe, Jerri L., 90 Rogen, Clo A., 26, 27, 28, 64, 75, 78, 110, 114 Rohner, Gloria J., 131, 158 Rohrbach, Charles R., 104 Roise, Donald D.. 64, 75 Rooney, Patrick M., 50, 64, 75, 114, 173 Roper, Deedre E., 106 Rtilggerg, Duane V., 142, 149, 151, Rosa, Beverly A., 100 Rose, Douglas D., 106, 167, 178 Rose, Joan C., 87 Roseberry, Beverly A., 100 Roseberry, Robert E., 89, 149, 150. 153, 154 Ross, Gayle A., 88 Ross, Joseph H., 105, 154 Rothrock, John B., 101 Rothwell. Robert J., 96 Rciiggids, R. Elaine, 103, 107, Rounds, Gregory P., 64. 130 Rmixglgand, David E., 37, 65, 75, Rowland, Judith K., 106, 187, 190 Royer, Paulette L., 103, 104 Rude, Richard A., 65 Rude, Robert J., 65 Rufener, John R., 88, 126 Ruppelt, Sharon A., 65, 152, 154 Ruse, Judy Kay, 65, 75 Russell, Herbert, 15 Russell,James E., 87 Russell, Jan D., 135 Russell, Lee R., 96 Russell, Linda J., 90, 124, 126, 125 Russell, Wallace, 21, 74 Rutherford, Richard R.,91 Ryan,Daniel J., 87 Ryen, Calvin Jl., 88, 138, 152, 154 Saalfeld, Chris, 97 Sabiston, Jeanella R., 94, 190 Sacco, Judy L., 65. 75, 115, 189 Sacco, Karen L., 94, 135, 190 Sackett, Allen W., 66, 77, 131, 16E Sagen, Carol D., 100 Sagen, Judy L., 104 Sailor,Barbara L., 106 Salvage, Donald A., 97, 168, 180 Samms, Sheryl K., 103, 138, 187 Samuels, Helen L., 66, 148 Sandall, Frank A., 66 Sandberg, Maryl E., 97, 140, 186 Sanger, Douglas R., 96, 98, 166, 1 Sander, William C., 89 Sanders, Christine V., 66, 121, 123, 129, 131, 137, 185, 189, 190 Sandhofer, Anthony J., 99 Sanford, Gene A., 105 Sanford, Gregory, 20, 106 Santora, Viola, 11 Santschi, Oscar, 11 Sarber, Susan G., 66, 135 Saruwatari, Beverly, 96, 115, 153, 154 Saruwatari, Diane L., 27, 65, 66, 75,119, 182, 183, 184 Saruwatari, Steven J., 105 Saunders, Barbara G., 106, 193 Saunders, Mack, 18. 74 Sauser, Greg J., 107 Saville, Larry R., 97 Saylor, Leroy T., 91 Sayward, Donna 107, 148 Scammon, Eugene, 95 Scammon, Janette, 95, 148 Scammon, Janice E., 92, 114,115 Scammon, Stanley L., 89 Schaeffer, Lloyd B., 106, 167, 174 Schaeffer, Warren W., 66, 129, 158, 168 Schafer, Jerry W., 87 Schafer, Linda R.. 100 Schafer, Steven R., 97 Schafer, Terry L., 138, 166, 180 Scharff, Diana E., 66 Schauer, William A., 66 Schierman, Cheryl L., 90 Schlecht, Larry N., 91 Schlettert, Bruce, 177 Schmalle, William, 95, 127 Schmidt, Larry L., 66, 75, 179 Schoenfeldt, Norman L., 66, 138, 153, 154. 164. 179 Schonberger, Daniel F., 90 Schomber, Patricia L., 91, 148 Schroeder, Charlotte, 66 Schuh, Gerald D., 100 Schuh, Michael H., 107 Schulz, Walter L., 67 Schwab, Larry E., 87 Scoles, Catherine L., 49, 67 Scott, Billy R., 103, 154 Scott,M. David, 94 Scott, Diane M., 88. 190 See, Randolf J., 103, 107 Seedorf, James M., 96, 139, 181 Seibert, Barbara E., 103 Seidel, David D., 98, 166, 178 Seidel, Margaret J., 37, 65, 67, 75. 78 Seitz, Josephine A., 104 Seitz, Theresa L., 101 Seivers, Sandra E., 67 Sekijima, Dale R., 104, 174 Sellers, Sandra, 14, 67 Semro. Kerry L., 67. 115, 189 Senn, Sheldon G., 94, 127 Senter, Dennis M.,90 Severino, Carmen D., 67 Shaffer, Stephen N., 107, 154 Shane, Dorothy A., 97 Shankman, Morris S., 91, 127 Shaw, David M., 91, 127, 151 Shaw, Leonard W., 106 Shaw, William, 73 Shellenberger, Gael C., 97, 179 Sherbume, Cheryl, 80 Shinn, Susan L., 97, 186 Shippy, Ronald L., 67 Shower, Bill, 151 Shuck, Gerald L., 107 Shuford, David A., 88 Siegel, Kathryn E., 88 Silver, Andrew fMrs.l, 9 Silver,-Robert P., 100, 140, 149, 150 Simmons, James, 14, 100, 159, 198 Simmons, Miriam C., 99, 116 Simon, Sally F., 90 Simonson, Raymond, 19 Simpson, A. Craig, 37, 67, 72, 75, 76, 115, 142, 144, 181 Simpson, Brian L., 107, 112, 181 Simpson, Christie A., 97, 140, 186 Sisk, David A., 95 Skillingstad, Don D., 166 Slade, Stephen R., 67, 75, 153, 154, 155, 181 Sleeth, Michael J., 104, 167, 174, 178, Smith, Bonita A., 43, 67, 75, 135, 150, 184, 190 Smith, Carol J., 67 Smith, Chuck, 107 Smith, Darlene Kay, 100, 190 Smith, Douglas M., 90, 181 Smith, Gary L., 88 Smith. George, 19 Smith, Janice K., 68, 130 Smith, Judy A., 68, 185 Smith, Larry E., 100 Smith,Lester L., 104 Smith, Louis D., 98, 172 Smith, Margaret A., 47, 53, 68, 75, 115. 157 Smith, Norman R., 68, 75 Smith, Peggy. 157 Smith, Roger B., 168, 179 Smith, Susan D., 107 Smith, Terry L., 105 Smyth, Patricia E., 104. 191, 192 Snider, Larry M., 97, 154 Soapes, Barbara L., 106, 187, 188, 189 Solverson, Paul E., 103, 174, 180 Sorenson, William, 11 Sorey, Sharon L.. 96 Spangenberg, Walter, 19, 74, 134, 162, 174 Spencer, Karen S., 107 Sperling, Richard L., 99, 166, 177 Spies, Rick, 73, 107 Spidle, Steven W., 89, 134 Spits, Johnanna P. lYol-ral, 149, 151 Stack, Connie M., 92 Stanley, Donna R., 68, 148 Stanley, Margaret E.. 37, 68, 75 Stanley, Julie, 14, 106, 188. 191 Stannard, Gerald, 14, 169, 173 Stannard, Nancy, 97 Starr, Jim, 174, 180 Starr, Terry, 95, 96, 132, 140, 186, 190, 191 Steenhard, Robert L., 96 Steidl, Deborah J., 100, 186, 191 Stein, Linda J., 104 Stephenson, James A., 97 Sterritt, Joan E., 87 Stevens, Del, 96 Stevens, Frank L., 99 Stevenson, Helen A., 107 Stewart, Deloris L., 105, 187 Stickel, Delaine F., 90, 152, 154 Stills. Bernice A., 103 Stockdale, Helen, 12, 74 Stone, Rebecca J., 98, 186, 191 Stone, Robert T., 92 Stotts, Karen L., 100, 152, 154 Stowers, Dennis A., 105 Stradley, Arch L., 89 Stradley, Janice L., 88, 129, 185, 189 Stradley, Raymond J., 101 Stradley, Steven J., 97 Strand, Michael, 95, 166 Straub, Sharon M., 37, 59, 68, 75, 78, 113, 149.150, 158, 185, 191 Stretch, Sharon L., 68, 75, 132, 151, 191, 200 Strom, Alvar J., 95, 166, 174 Stuart, Dennis W., 103, 167 Stuart, Linda D.,99, 135 Stumph, Ronald A., 148 Sturdivant, Jay L., 68, 127 Sturgeon, Noel M., 68, 126. 131 Swan, James L., 103, 174, 178 Svilgmk, Mardel. L., 87, 116, 135, 4 Swanson,Barbara, 95 Swanson, Anita, 11 Swanson, Jean R., 106 Swanson, Kathy, 107 Swanson, Renne C., 105 Swanson, Ronald D., 97 Swanson, Wayne R., 69 Swartz, Linda L., 107 Sweet, Diane. 196 Sweet, Dennis, 100 Taft, Stanley W., 69, 75, 112, 115, 122, 123, 132 Tarbert, Janet D., 87 Taschereau, Marie L., 37, 59, 69, 75, 78, 115, 120, 123, 140, 184 Tatum, Gloria J.. 69, 150 Tatum, Wesley D., 103 Taylor, Allen J., 90 Taylor, James M., 107, 178 Taylor, Kenneth R., 49. 53. 69. 75, 127, 129, 156, 157, 158 Taylor, Mary W., 69 Taylor, Michelle E., 107 Taylor, Paula D., 104 Taylor, Richard, 73 Taylor, William A., 97 Teasley, Richard, 106, 167 Thacker, Sarah J., 95 Theisen, Orval, 19, 71, 92, 144 Theodorson, George, 15 Thomas, Harry E., 69 Thomas, Judith A., 69 Thomas, Judy M., 69 Thompson, Gary C., 87, 149, 151 Thompson, Hugh A., 125, 126 Thompson, John L., 105 Thompson, Kathleen A., 106, 187 Thompson, Mary R., 91, 148 Thompson, Randall D., 100, 152, 153, 154 Thompson, Terrie L., 101, 148 Thopoulos, Dimitra, 69, 129, 131 Thorpe, James J., 69 Thorpe, Roberta J., 89, 91, 133 Tiemann, A. G., 14, 152, 155 Tiemann, Gregory, 95, 150, 152, 154, 181 Tiffany, Pamela K., 88, 99 Tipton, Cheri M.. 94 Tobeck, Zelma E., 69 Tobie, Paul, 19, 74 Todd, Marilyn K., 19, 70, 137 Tofte, Dan R., 97 Tollefsen, Gordon E.. 98. 139 Tollefsen, Marie A., 88, 139, 184 Tolson, Joyce M., 95 Tom, Kenny G., 103 Tonellato, Betty J., 88. 115 Torrisi, Alfred, 95 Torrisi, Margaret L.. 31, 47, 70, 78, 114, 182, 183, 185, 189 Townsend. Donald E., 100 Trantum, Edgar, 103 Treffry, Dianne M., 70, 77 Treffry, Larry R., 101, 168 Tregellas, Stephen W., 77, 94 Tremblay. Joseph, 16. 125 Trevino, L. Dwayne, 87 Tribble, MHl'10l'iG A-, 100. 116, 186 Tribble, Orin T., 89 Trusty, Glenna F., 88, 185 Turnley, John, 95 Turnley, Judy A.. 91 Tumer. Dixie L.. 91 Tyree, Pat J., 100. 130 Tyree, Sylvia G., 88, 148 Uhden, Eleanor J., 92, 114, 132, 151, 185, 189. 205 Ullrich, Gary D., 89, 164 Unger, Gene H., 70, 138, 152, 154, 179, 181, 208 Usher, Patricia K., 98 Vagenas,Theodore P., 91 Valentine, Cheryl L., 88 Vancamp, Carol G., 91 Vancleef, Michael R., 99 VanDyke, April M., 37, 70 Vantlne, Barbara J., 107 Vaughn, Sandra L., 90, 115. 126 Vaughn, Thomas J.. 100, 166, 173 Veter, Dennis D., 103 Veter, Judy A., 70 Veter, Linda M., 96, 203 Vevik,Jon O., 97. 154 Victor, Vicky. 92 Vletzke, Arlene R., 97, 186, 189 Vlnge, Judy L., 70, 151 Vlnge, Nancy K., 92, 129, 133 Voorden, Joyce, 88 Wacker, Penelope K., 100 2 I 5 Wakenight, Donald, 95 Wald, Bruce A., 103, 167, 172, 79 Walker, Bruce W., 92, 133 Walker, Christine A., 105, 187 Walker, Dean R., 47, 70 Walker, Donald J., 107, 115, 166, 177 Walker, Frank A., 97 Walker, Randy R., 103, 168, 172 Walker, Ron G., 91 Wallace, Kenneth, 104 Wallen, Bernadette, 104 Wallen, Dixie, 70 Wallen, Sharon D.. 98 Wallis, Lloyd R., 103 Walter, Ellen M., 89, 190, 193 Ward, Jerald W., 43, 70, 75, 112 Ward,Sharon A., 92 Wardian, Michael, 70 Warsinske, Janice M.. 107 Warehouse, Robert W. 94, 166, 7 Warfield, Jon B., 100, 153, 154, 166, 174 Wasley, Sherry A., 70 Wassom, Gary L., 97, 130 Wnssom, Patricia M., 97, 130 Waterbly, David A., 103 Watson, Linda M.. 103, 152, 154 Watson, Peter J., 92 Watson, R. Dana. 91, 168, 179 Watts, Jennifer R., 107 Wavra, Clifford D., 106 Wavra, James C., 88 Wavra, Len D., 96 Wayland, Helen. 11 Wayland, Ruth H., 88, 140 Wayne, Melanie A., 94, 129 2l6 Webber, Elizabeth H., 71 Webber, Louise G., 105, 187 Weinhold, Peggy L., 71 Welch, Carol A, 103, 148 Welch, Judy R., 107 Wellhouser, Fred C., 88 Wellhouser, Melva R., 71 Wells, Janine, 99 Wendler, Zada, 11 Wenrick, Edward E., 106, 168, Wentz, Richard E., 19, 71, 80 180 Werhan, Lynda K., 87 West, David D., 99 West, Julia A., 90 West, Kenneth A., 71 West, Robert K., 97 Wetherell, Patrick W., 73 White, Claudia V., 98 White, Dale E., 71 White, Daniel, 100 White, Jack C., 73 White, Lavaune M., 97 White, Linda, 97 White, Michael W., 91 White, Veronica L., 72 Wiberg, Dianna R., 72, 130 Wicht, Conrad, 21 Wickard, Walter L., 100 Wickliffe, Mark W., 72, 148, 181 Wicks, Freya H., 107 Wickstead, Geoffry R., 105, 157, 174 Wickstead, Mike G., 97, 152, 153, 154 Wieber, Larry C., 12, 72, 130 Wiedmer, David, 87 Wilant, Beverly J., 107 Wilhelm, David K., 96, 152, 154, 155 Wilkers n, Charles L., 94, 175 Wilkins n, David L. 105 Willenb ng, Joyce P., 99 Willey, lex G., 105, 167, 180 William , Bobby R., 98 William , Charlotte, 107 William Daniel A., 105 William I Georgia M., as William , R. Kenneth, 88, 158 lVilliam 174 William William Williams William 102, 11 Willis, R Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, , Lyell M., 100, 166, Rose A., 103 Shirley J., 90 Thomas D., 92 n, Steve J.. 27. 72, 75, , 138, 162, 163, 170 ger D., 104 atherine L., 91, 150 ennis, 107 oris, 107 auline, 94 Winchester, David F., 72, 148, 149, 151. 156. 159 Winestor Wingett, VVinkler, Winkler, Eer, Bonnie, 105 erry E., 72, 151 ospeh M., 88 ichard H., 73 Winkoski, Julie A., 72 Wohl, Lirtlda, 94, 148 Wolg, Th mas L., 96, 166, 171, 1 Wolf, Peggy, 103 Wolfrum, Vickie C., 104, 115, 187, 189 Womble, Linda K., 72, 130 Wood, Bii lie G., 92, 116, 124, 126, 134, 135, 144, 190, 209 Wood, Limda, 11 Woodard, William W., 91 Wooddell, Herman, 11 Wooddell, Sandra, 97 Wooddy, Timothy W., 98, 127 Woodruff, Cheryl V., 73 Woodruff, Gregory M., 97, 168 Woods, Lorraine M., 94, 148 Worthy, Paul L., 53, 62, 73, 75, 76, 114, 138, 157, 163 Wren, Chris, 97, 190. 191 Wright, Dave A., 103, 172 Wright, Marjorie, 105 Wright, Mary E., 106 Wright, Sharlene L., 94 Wunderlich, George H., 100, 168, 177 Wunsch, Keith J., 90. 139, 142 Yamamoto, Ann K., 73, 190 Yancey, Fred A.,107, 167, 178 Yeaman, Florence R., 73 York, Mary, 12 York,IMary Lynn, 12, 73, 75, 115, 135, 137 Young, Sue, 95 Young, David J., 92, 163, 165, 173 Young, John M., 92, 112, 132, 149, 152, 154, 181 Young, Susan L., 95 Yurik,Sharon E., 89, 92, 114, 129, 135, 140,185, 197 Zarko, Kenneth P., 99, 166, 174 Zehm, Dale R., 90, 151, 165 Zehm, Wayne K., 104 167, 178 Zibulka, William E., 88, 148 Zinnecker, Verna J., 107 Zorn, Joyce E., 107 Zwischenberger, F. 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