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

 - Class of 1969

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X l , Q X , Rv XXX X 1 XJ L x x X J X x 5 QU 1,1 K. L FXS L X, ,, X 1 V 19, .. A Teacher Affects Eternity: CSheD Can Never Tell Where iHerb Influence Stops With these words we dedicate the 1969 Tamarack to Mrs. Helen Beaver, who retired this year. A graduate of the University of Tennessee, Mrs. Beaver has taught in many schools. Among these are the Pueblo Junior College, Pueblo, Colorado: University of Washington, Seattle, Washington: and the University of Montana, Missoula, Montana. Since 1951, Mrs. Beaver has been on the North Central High School home economics staff. At the time of her coming to North Central, the famous North Central Doll Shop was yet being produced. Throughout the years of its presentation, Mrs. Beaver designed and made the costuming fortheshow. Sewing, tailoring and child development have been subjects specifically under her direction in the home economics department. Upon retirement Mrs. Beaver and her husband, retired engineer, Lewis K. Beaver, plan to travel, visiting in, Hawaii and spending more time in Alaska with her daughter and her family. Summing up the feeling of countless students who have known Mrs. Beaver is the remark of former student, Mrs. Carol Nybert Quigley: "She is to me the perfect example of a 'lady' one of those rare people who make you realize the only limitations in life are those we set upon ourselves." H.B. Adams ., . . ww-an-fauna:-v ' m...u--.-.mn-m...m.., , cs North Central's educational system ran smoothly as the result of successive discussions between our principal, John P. Rodkey, and superintendent, Dr. Albert Ayars. Judgment was passed on many issues, from the general to the particular, as they were reviewed School board members: John Warn Byron Swanson Gordon Luscher Helen Rymond 0,-ville Barnes Dr. Albert Ayars Hope for Success Lies in Common Understanding by the Board. The student most often observed the School Board's effectiveness as new personnel were engaged to fill vacated positions. The School Board endeavored to keep the different aspects of the school as up-to-date as was possible. North Central was fortunate to enroll James B. Green as a student this fall. After careful study of the qualifications of the many schools in the United States whose curricula include a program for the visually handicapped, he chose North Central. Principal -lehn Rodkey and James Green John Rodkey chats with Dr. Albert Ayars Efficient Functioning Maintains Effective Environment . . . L--n-l....,... Evelyn Conrath Georgiana Backenstoe Betty Kliewer R h 5 ith Rlgh MJ J E HI Wyld A S Custodians, left to right: Mrs. A.0. Wendler, Fred Larson, John Boyes, Tom Elliot, Merle Scott, Dick Muzatko, night foreman, Austin McDonnell, chief engineer, and Harry Schumaker, head custodian. Qi -1 1 v 4 u F Q e 2 a Chuck Holloway, Dick Muzatko, and head custodian, Harry Schumaker. Not pictured: Robert Barr. Viola Santora, head cook, Alice Gillespie, for Teachers and Students f.:Lii::.:'mge" Cafeteria personnel, left to right: Viola Santora, Corrine Hirst, Irene Ryalls, Evelyn Forsell, Jan Usher, Alice Kruger, Alice Gillespie, Lela D'Andrea, Marie Johnson and Edith Johnson. 1--A H .R ei . 9' QW, W George Smith, Vice-Principal Patricia Butterfield Kenneth Mhyre David Birdsell Patricia McKeirnan Forces in the Leadership of North Central High School in action and thought is not done by one person, but by a team, led by John P. Rodkey, principal, and George A. Smith, vice-principal. Other strategic positions are filled by Mrs. Pat Butterfield, dean of girls , and Miss Patricia McKeirnan as girls' counselor. Promoting spirit and cooperation among the boys are Kenneth Mhyre, dean of boys ,and HK' .aegwi History Casts Its Shadow Keith Cabe Alvin Meyer Reflections of the past mirror the passage of the future. Ronald Walker R Far Into the Land of Thought Eugene Lister Del Jones Jerry Hughes Muriel Allison George Chalich Leonard Long 1 f"Z j , Gregory Sanford A W History Dept. Head Richard Pelkie The Key to the World Is the Power of Language Joseph Tremblay English Dept. Head Sharon Phelps Laura Lee Briscoe Robert Bland Dan Davis Virginia McCarthy Joseph Tremblay C8I'0l Newer! 5 Communication Opens The Mind to Channels of Greater Awareness Guy L. Griswold Virginia Huggins Light Is the First of Painters David B635 Ralph Montroy Art Dept. Head Joseph Jonas A.G.Tiema MusicDept.H M h IC Id Il Music Is Emotion in Search of Expression Science Experiences Those Things Esther Lancaster Orval Theisen Christine Vosen Dale Blair the Exactness of Math Leaves in the Security of Darkness Kathleen Laubach James Upchurch Middle: William Nye Bottom: Robert Barnard MhD Joseph S b Application of Knowledge Broadens Perspective Elizabeth Killing Home Ec. Dept. AQQ Y 5 Qiklmw . ,Z fggfl sworth Left: Helen Beaver Head Right: Cleo Clizer Ste lla Mills Gladys Brooks Margaret Gillingham V 34 Foundations Are Laid for Vocational Competence AI Manfred Norman Erickson Brockway Blair Glover Business Dept. H L I J I Mary York Fitness Builds Tomorrow's Promise Hy gdE1'h pH d Les Hagan William Diedrick Jef ryM Lucile Lill D Br Emphasis on Skills Yields Useful Experience """"':vi il ,.. ern Broadwell Conrad Thomas William Thamm G ge Theodorson Alvin OI I d t'IAt LeonardG h p d if J 5, f LE ,' if If ff 1 ij-fl ' f ,v 1 r v ff ff , sf W 1 P Y H Y ' I 1 , . , , .I . Yu I ,- - f-ff ..A.-qs f 7, -. .N-f. - -f ' z 2 E Q 1 i E I 1 3 r I 1 www vi .nIr0"", M' mai 'U-7 The Lightof Senior Hopes Pierces Unknown Shadows of the Future 4.0 tudents Robert Blizzard Thomas Carney Thomas lVlaCurdy Rank as computed on the basis of grades earned in sophomore, junior and the first semester of senior year. John Trautman Douglas WiSe Students receiving 3.2 or better for five semesters in order of class rank. Barnetta Bindewald Joan Heinz Callfice BOIGS Beverly Davidson Susan Noble Karen Papst Susan McLellan Patricia Price Becky Uhden Kenneth Strunk Mark Boyson Tom Robinette Vicki Seger Janine Wittrock Patricia Lavery Douglas Thompson Steven Rigg James Ormberg Marilyn Brewer Debbie Parr Darcy Ashford Carol Naccarato Karen Youngren Melody Carpenter Janet Holman Jeanne Thorsen Kathleen Cameron Robert Boyce Karen Prophet April Williams Nancy Pendergraft Steven Robinson Darlene Peterschick Dennis Seipp Nadine Yingst Leslie Logan Randy Folsom Stephen Aylor Charlotte Spidle Sandra Cummings James Marshall Carole Barnes Rick Sorenson Roberta Francis Linda Geng Bulhe Ahrendt John Aiken Sandra Alken Kathryn Alexander Annette Alfonso Norman Allbery Lanny Allen Sandra Altlzer David Ankenbrand Susan Arnold Kenneth Aronson Glennda Arp Darcy Ashford Ronald Ashley Robert Avey Stephen Aylor Thomas Baca Barbara Banks William Barline Carole Barnes Richard Barnes Cindy Bartlett Peggy Barzee John Bass Mnke Beal Joanne Becker Raymond Beckman George Bell Vlckl Bennett Bill Berens Arnold Beresford Patricia Betts Charles Bigelow Theresa Binder Barnetta Bindewald Mary Birtles Judith Bjaaland Ron Blakeman Robert Blizzard Samuel Bloyed l Caprice Boles Attentive seniors get directions from Mr. Bud Aaker for ordering cards and announcements. Mark Bonse, John Bosch Steven Bouck Robert Bower Robert Boyce Margaret Boyd Mark Boyson Rick Bradford Marilyn Brewer Discussing further plans for the day are the conspirators of second lunch senior table. This is a calm moment between food fights. Sandra Britz Linda Brown Russ Brown Shirley Brown Arlene Browning Donald Bruya Kathryn Bryan Gail Burchett Janis Burkhart Bruce Burr William Bush Michele Cahalan Kathleen Cameron Jennifer Cargile Michael Carlson Richard Carlson Thon1as Carney Melody Carpenter Linda Cartee Debra Carter Kathleen Carver Orville Caton NC boasts the Spokane Junior Miss, Donna Youngren. NC's finalists captured five of Rigney, and second runner-up, Karen the possible eight trophies. Fred Cervantes Cathy Chapman Georgia Christensen Robert Christensen Cindy Clayton Eva Colomb Spencer Combs Robert Compton Fred Conery Ray Conne Nick Cassette Thomas Costello Gary Creighton Ginnie Cress Randolph Cullitan Sandra Cummings Daniel Cumpton Kelley Curran Susan Currier Beverly Davidson Hugh Davidson Pamela Davidson Henry Davis Arnold DeArth Samuel DeCaro John Decker Timothy DeLauder Jana Dellwo Susan DeWitt Richard Doherty Jane Dotson David Doughty Douglas Doyle Charles Dravland Joseph Durgan Sandra Dyreson Kenneth Eakins Jane Earling Gerald Edens Emelie Edwards Connie Emoto Linda Emter Charles Endicott Jerry English Robert Erickson James Estep Pamela Faggetter Carol Farrell Margaret Ferm Terry Fetch William Flanigan Robert Fleck Randy Folsom Michele Fong Marilynn Fowlkes Kathleen Francis '1 , M, No one could resist the call of winter as the spring president, is the target of feminine Hagen Assisting them In trying to put a greatest -snow ever knoyvn caused school snowballers, Nadine Neff and Connie good man down IS Tony Kraay closure In Spokane. Linus Nelson, ASB Raymond Fry Patricia Galvin Dianna Garbarino Jim Gawronski Linda Gang Michele Geno Roberta Francis Benjamin Franklin Janet French Ralph Fruin Patty Price seems to be a little lost as the photographer suprises her playing basketball in the boys' gym with Mick and Rick Carlson. Munching popcorn balls, the Tamarack staff gets ready to spread Christmas cheer to the NC office staff, as Mrs. Newett, advisor, giyes directions for caroling. Nancy Giger Linda Gill Elaine Goodman Nick Gray Elmer Greene John Greenwood Christina Greer Janice Groh Constance Hagen Robert Halstead Roland Haney Charles Hansen Ruth Haupt G regg H avens Eugene Hawk Chris Hay Dennis Heath Michael Heimbign El' Joan Heinz Eloise Helland Marsha Hull Steve Hiller Connie Hirst Gary Hirst Charles Hively Darrell Hobbs Q i H- ,, A Mg Q vm W 5. , V '34 W 2 ' lffr I , 4' I V f M 4 . 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Michael Leone Sheri Lind Vincent Lloyd Leslie Logan Richard Losh Lorna Louden Gail Lyons Robert Mackie Gary Lowe Boyd Lundberg , Kenneth Lunzer Nancy Lynn "Won't they be suprised?" Annette Alfonso, was so enthusiastic that many boxes of chairman of the Viet Nam clothing drive, is clothing were contributed by NC. boxed up by Jim Estep. The participation Thomas MaCurdy Roxanne Madore Douglas Malott Carolyn Maley James Marshall Robert Mason Jerry Matchett Fae Matthews Mary McAndrews Kathy McCarty Edwin McCormack Carole McDonald Cecilia McGiIvra James McGirk Laurance Mcllveen Christine McKee Arnold McLaughlin Susan McLellan James Meddock Carol Meller Donna Mercer Gary Mercer Ava Merritt William Meyers Nancy Miller Terrence Minor Glenn Moffitt Margaret Moore Darrell Morehead "Got that beat!" Bob Smith exuberanlly strums his guitar during performance of West Coast Boys. Dana Morrill PBTYICIB Morris Studying ripple waves is one of the many facets of a physics lab as demonstrated by Roy Jokinen, Ray Beckman and Ralph F r u i n . Carolyn Morse James Morse Gary Mulvey Larry Mulvey .M-"" Xu u XX W. 4 X 1 Clifford Munyan Carol Naccarto Fredrick Nance Sharon Naslu nd 65 Nadine Neff Nancy Neff Linus Nelson Susan Nelson Frank Nichols Jacqueline Nickerson Susan Noble Niki Olson Ralph O'Meara John O'Neill James Ormberg Matthew Oulman William Overfield Tom Overhauser Patrick Owen Theodore Panknm Karen Papst Jacqueline Parkins Linda Parkins Debbie Parr Reading the congratulations of fellow born history teacher, prepares to cut cake teachers and students - "HaiI to Our New celebrating this event. Citizen", Mr. Richard Pelkie, Canadian- Larry Parrott Adrian Pedey Frank Petek Darlene Peterschick Debra Peterson Jeffery Peterson Paul Peterson Lauretta Petruss Jackie Pfundheller Jonnie Phillipson Carla Pollin Richard Powell Patricia Prechtl Patricia Price Peggy Shearer confers with Mrs. McNew on the college of her choice. Karen Prophet Carolyn Radford Mae Radmer Joanne Rae Carolyn Ramsey Julie Ransier Sharon Reed Ronnie Reel Deborrah Reiber Lynnda Reigart Linda Reynolds Ross Rhodes Allyn Richards Vicki Richards Steven Rigg Donna Rigney Kerry Roberts Barbara Robideaux Giving directions for the mapping of the annual March of Dimes balloon sale is city representative Mark Boyson, Janine Wittrock, state chairman, and school representative, Donna Rigney. Darrell Samek Glenn Samms Jack Sandberg Greg Sarber Kathy Sather Mark Scalise Pictures were taken for the yearbook under the direction of Joe Jonas, art teacher. Rod Kent, Ron Kensok and Bob Fleck served as photographers. Tamarack gives a special thanks to them for all their time and effort. Candice Schafer Penny Schafer Louise Schneider Susan Schroeder Fred Schuenemann Vicki Seger Sharon Seibert Allen Seigle Dennis Seipp Deborah Selfridge Francis Seymore Michael Shane Peggy Shearer Gary Shepherd Linda Short Janice Siegel Lorraine Smith ..- Q, Robert L. Smlth Robert V. Smith Scott Smith Relaxing at the Rldpath Hotel after the Senior Bobbie Francis. Following the breakfast was breakfast are Doug Malott, Lynn Richards, final rehearsal at the Coliseum. John Bosch, Linda Brown, Rick Sorenson and Stanley Smith Carole Smith Christie Sniokas Rick Sorenson Ginny Spann Charlotte Spidle James Spilker Daniel Sprute James Squires Jack Stafford Patricia Storms Marcia Sugrue Scott Sullivan Benjamin Summers Kevin Svenson Amy Swank Patricia Sweeney Thomas Talarico Robert Teater Marlene Tenneson Alan Thacker Dana Thompson Douglas Thompson Jeanne Thorsen Douglas Thosath Glenda Tobeck Mark Tollefsen Michael Torrance Terri Trantum John Trautman Practicing for graduation ceremonies Nancy Walton and John Aiken come down this final event in high school life seems to taking place on June 8th in the Spokane NC's auditorium aisle to join class beadominantemotion. Coliseum, Vicki Bennett, Tom Veersteeg, members already seated. Happiness over Annie Trevlllyan Michael Trevillyan Robert Tussay Mary Tyree Becky Uhden Gary Van Cleef Linda Van Leuven Tom Versteeg Jerome Voelker Priscilla Wacker John Waid Anita Wallen Nancy Walton Renee Warnke Roxie Weatherly Richard Welch Connie Werra Ronald West Michael Wetherell Ku rt Wharton Jackie Wieber Karla Wilkinson April Williams Becky Williams li' lf 1 : 5 -1 3 "i Z S if A :.: iz. A :ii-gzf Q15 . 1 ll? an-N--.s..., '2 5 Y .,, ,. 'ff f. ssmm X-M ix ,FEV fg- M 'E ,V ffm Q'LL .mf 4,81 , Qgff 'f ' A f , x. .,.......-.---v-A-4,.Y:-My... v,-QQ - -1-.wg ., ff MM , ,-'F X Q MVS - :fl 'c K iq gi, H l E r r I I 1 1 J 1 a 1 ' ' -11' -' 2 v7lwwl The Active Junior Guided by Mr. Gregory Sanford, the junior class officers, Bob Ewell, president: Jay Sullivan and Mark Olson, vice-presidents, Laura Lee Bare, secretary, and Paula Larkin, treasurer, organized and directed various activities concerning the Junior Prom. Backing the officers was a very enthusiastic class. The Junior Prom gave this portion of the student body a sampling of the responsibilities they must face in their next year as seniors. Right, discussing the evening's events are Mavis Bierig, Marc Miller, Rosemary Morrill, Allen Waid, Denise Westfall, Pat Logan, Kandy Krebbs, Gayle Coffin, Lia Wesrd, Jay Sullivan, Dick Lewis and Bob Ewe . Below, officers Jay Sullivan, Laura Lee Bare, Paul Larkln and Bob Ewell review Prom plans. nf 'er x My , ,. 1 A 4.94 w fl K kgfif' Q! ' . Q 1 I ' p -if ' 25" frziff 'Q ' Q 'Y at be Vs ,L Zf, '19, 3 , 1.1.45 if Z - ' M Ei , as Y ,Z J 5' "L et' W , ' ,f fx -2321, V- ' .W, A. n a nfl-'f. fe, I t jg. QTL ? i A . K . H '21 i ' p .,,,,,f 'ww' 'Q JI was , ,, -at 'f is Q5 , 1 W. 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I Polished NC banister intrigues two freshmen. xr, ai ' l 2' I Q, W , Q . i Harsh Wlnter Brmgs Colds Flu and Absen Adams, Theodore Albee, Pam Barker, Diana Barraclough, Chris B D b owersox, e ra Bush, Lori Chapman, Bill Cook Diane Cox Kathy Curry, Kenneth Degeus, Julie Dei ner Dus ss . YY Denison, Lance Dudley, Keith Above The rhythm of the Bossanova is popular with dancers Mary Mabrey and Dave Slvllis In Dyer, Bob Fleming, John Franks, Cathe Frasier, Roger Grady, Debra Gracio, Don Hanses, Sheri Harris, Charles Hefner, Walter Heimhigner, Craig Herron, Richard Hoffman, Laura Hoiem, Marilyn Hopkins, Russ James, Deborah Jewell, Judy John, Randy Johnson, Cheryl Johnson, Sharon Keen, Kathy Kemnitz, Debbie Kenney, Bridget Kenney, Maureen Keys, Ellen King, Jim Krebs, Kandy Larson, Susan Larson, Trudy Lehnertz, Larry Lystad, Richard Mason, Kirk Merwin, Martin Mills, Charlene Minor, Nancy Mooney, Shirley Morehouse, Terry Morgan, Bruce Natwiek, Vickie Nesdahl, Sandra Nichols, Donna Paine, Penny Patterson, Rick Phelps, Keith Randel, David Richards, Jim Roth, Anne Saunders, Nancy Seim, Patricia Selete, Steve Sivills, Dennise Smith, Larry Smith, Nick Smith, Ramona Somerville, Sue Thompson, Marilyn Warehouse, Mary Webb, Emerson Webster, Diana Wickens, Shirley Woolever, David 5 -,sf 1 ,gl - .,....:- -.-gif' ,.,1' Below: Discussing the last game are coaches Jerry Martin, Les Hogan, Jim Upchurch, and Bill Diedrick. Below: Coach Jim Upchurch talks over strategy with Steve Hartman. North Central varsity awaiting the start of the second half of play. 'km V1 x - J Making up the backfield for the i969 North Robinson, Glen Samms, Jim Squires. Row Carlson, Scott Garske, Tom Hudson, Bob Central football team are, Front Row: Greg 2: Ross Rhodes, Mark Boswell, Mick Wold, Bob Ewell. Sarber, Dave Funk, John Aiken, Dave Backs and Line Coordinate Front Row: Steve Aylor, John Bosch, Chuck Dave lnkpen, Mike Dunford. Row 2: Karl Scott, Dennis Finn, Tom Macurdy, Gary Dravland, Rick Carlson, Roy Wallis, Mark Larson, Rick Doherty, Bill Bush, Bruce Lowe, Dan Compton, Mike Yaeger, Bob Burnette, Kevin Morris, Terry Morehouse, Morgan, Steve Wohl, Scott Sullivan, Gary King. Dennis Culnane, Bud Allbery, Mike Beal, Creighton, Jay Sullivan, Tom Wieber, Craig 'wswsg Q Q as ,MV Front Row: Mike Vandeveer, Gary Luft, 3: Del Sandberg, Bob Radmer, Jose Row 5: Mike Slavens, Dan Schwanz, Eric Dennis Gebeke, Richard Bouck, Bryon Valenzuela Jr., Bill Funk, Jack Parker, Hal Jacobsen, Howard Shellabarger, Mike 7 Horrell. Row 2: Bob Sims, Larry Nickell, Ed Tucker. Row 4: Mike Martin, Dave Millar, Thompson, Gary Miller. wGiraud, Steven Caro, Thomas Serafini. Row Dave Retter, Dennis Ferrich, Rick Rayer. rosh Learn Fundamentals B quad Improves Skills Front Row: Steve Norris, Mike Almond, Brion Potter, Jim Johnson, Greg Swanson, Mike Dillon, Jon Martin, Bob Culnane, Jim Carter, Mike Davey, Jim Ahrendt, Harlan Morse, Carl Andal, Mark Crull. Row 2: Jon Sellers, Ed Pilarski, Ray Weathermon, Ed Gladder, Dave Keller, Randy Klein, Barry Lines, Jeff Brown, Mike Reynolds, Bill Scharber, Rick Risinger, Nick Smith, Steve Patterson, Ray Lindsley, Kent Graham, Mr. Collett, Dave Johnson. Row 3: Coach Chalich, Coach Walker, Jeff Sykes, Aaron Dickey, Dan Cosby, Mike Smith, Dan DiCicco, Bill Barnes, Bob Schroeder, Phil Nelson, Duane Wald, Steve Ramsey, Keith Youngren, Chuck Broadwell, Mike Hare, Steve Delong, Bob Doughty, Steve Evans, Randy John, Bob Walton. we ., Q S , s NM M' ii, Q 3 M... V?"Pwwsmw1: pw 0 my m f S ag' 5 'WSSXT 25:02, 5?'o" Q 94 Front Row: Frosh Squad, Ed Giraud, Hal Eric Jacobsen, Roger Blizzard, Dave Retter, John Eschenbacher, Chuck Northcutt Tucker, Gary Luft, Bill Vineyard, Chuck Mike Martin, Curt Lind, Mike Thompson, Dennis Herrick, Coach Dave Betts. Carver, Del Sandberg, Bill Campbell. Row 2: Frosh Brighten Hopes for Future B-Squad Works on Building Skills This year's B-squad basketball team was haunted by bad luck and injury. Coach George Chalich led the team for a second year. The team showed spirit and strove to polish the skills which would help them in their varsity roles. North Central's Frosh Basketball team, coached by David Betts, stormed through the city and wound up the season in third place. There were players who had total points over 50. Curt Lind, highest scorer, had 68. Ranked second was Mike Thompson with 67. Dave Retter was third with 55 points. The team had a record of five wins and three losses in league competition. They also won a, game against Mater Clari Seminary. Front Row: B-squad Mike Hare, Jeff Huey, Row 2: Mike Almond, Aaron Dickey, Wes Joe Barnes, Tom Hudson, Coach George Chuck Stern, Barry Lines, Jeff Biown, Mark Bigelow, Richard Alderman, Dick Lewis, Chalich. g 1 Kraay, Steve Patterson, Matt McLaughlin. Kim Clark, Mike Neuroth, Steve Ramsey, Kensok executing a dive at Shadle pool. Row: Charlie Schroeder, Keith Paul Hamilton, Keith Wilant, Nelson. Row 2: Coach Leonard Long, Hildebrand, Ron Saling, Bruce Calhom, Front Row: Roger Cathey, Vernon VanCamp, Rick Alfonso. Row 2: Vernon Cozzetto, Dan Taylor, David Clemm, Don Kirby, Robin Hurt, Bob Knight. Row 3: Swim and Track Coach Leonard Long took over the cross country team this year. Armed with the knowledge he gained as two-year All-American in cross country at Whitworth, he emphasized keeping the same pace each of the three miles ofthe race. However, sickness and injury caused a poor showing in city standings. The team was headed by one of the three returning Iettermen, Chris Hay. Another, Linus Nelson, received the team's inspirational award. North CentraI's swimming team, coach by Bill Diedrick, participated in frequent meets at Shadle Park. The divers highlighted the season, and junior Ron Zoeller went to state. Prospects should be better next year with most of the team returning. Left, Charlie Bigelow pacing our runners at Audubon Park. Charlie Bigelow, Ralph 0'Mera, Linus Nelson, Chris Hay, Dennis LeFors Manager, Bob Cooney Manager. Coach William Diedrick, Pat Carnehan, Jim Duram, Bob King, Bob Hill, Dave Miller, Kevin Morris, Ron Zoeller, Craig Gowdy, Keith Kornmeyer. Linus Nelson, Ron Saling, and Rick Welch fight for a lead during a meet. Wrestlers Take Second in City Ravaging through the first half of the season, the North Central Wrestling Team remained on top of the league along with Rogers. The first encounter with Rogers, our arch rival, ended in an 18-18 tie. Then Lewis and Clark shocked the whole wrestling league with a win over our grapplers. Bouncing back, North Central's team defeated Shadle and Ferris. However, clashing at the Kennedy Pavillion in the last match of the year, Rogers managed to defeat the Indians 20- 17. Hogan's Heroes ended the season with a second place standing. Mike Ross and Bob Ewell led the way in the State Tournament at Ellensburg, Washington, with fourth place wins. Below, Bob Ewell defeats another foe on his way to becoming District champion. Below, Showing them who's number one is Indian grappler Mike Ross. Above, Gary Creighton leading the to another victory. Q is 4 S. New Freshmen and B-Squad Look Toward Next Season Above, Front Row: Dave Thoreson, Don Hagerman, Bob Culnane. Row 2: Jim 0Meara Dan DiCicco Steve Delong Brion Bynum, Jim Schubert, Jun Nakagawa, Dan Green, Jim Carter, Jon Broadwell, Ralph Potter Driven by Coach Jim Upchurch, the second string wrestling team, which included freshmen this year, showed a tremendous amount of determination. Working on technique and form throughout the year, the grapplers earned a second place berth in the city standings with a 7-5 record. This year's team proved to be a tough challenge for the varsity, and positions were taken away many times by such outstanding JV wrestlers as Junzo Nakagawa and Jim Shubert. Wrapping up the season, the JV participated in the AAU Tournament at Pullman, March 15. The team also joined the Varsity squad at a banquet March 20th honoring all students who took part in winter sports. Coach Upchurch said he looks for an even greater season next year, and he praised the wrestlers for the determination and hard work shown bythem. Below, Front Row: Bill Funk, Bill Johnson Brion Potter Steve Shirkey Gary Stickel, Dave Millar. Row 2: Bob Sims C's Golf Team Takes Second in Cit first six men who play in competition, Compton, Bob Mitchell, Dave Boyson, P Boyson, Bruce Ballard, Doug son. ROWI TGYYY Tanner, Ken CUNY, Thompson, Dave Boyson, Bob Mitchell, Westad. Alan Wagner, BYUCG Mark Boyson, Warren Morrison. Row 2: Bob Compton, Doug This year the golf squad showed strong in the city league. Coached by Coach Robert Barnard, the team placed second. The team was led by Mark Boyson, a returning letterman, and Bob Mitchell, also a veteran on the squad. This spring the team will travel to Kennewick for the State tournament. The prospects for the team next year are extremely bright with three returning Iettermen. Our number one man, Mark Boyson, demonstrates the form that made him one of the top men in the city. All-City pitcher Pat Blair prepares for home game by loosening up arm with practice throws. Frank Nichols demonstrates a hook slide. North Central's 1969 base team, led by Pat Blair, Mick Rick Carlson, Glenn Samms, Frank Nichols, started runi the diamond with snow yet on ground. Coach Al Manfred said, "All boys have plenty of experie and they are a tough team Hitting seemed to be posin problem during practices during the season impr immeasurably. On April 4 season started with a game against Coeur d'Alene. Front Row: Tom Hartman, Sampson Ross Rhodes. 2 Pat Mike 1 Culnare Dunford Brown. Diamond Record Good lenn Samms keeping his eye on in batting practice. 55 ii Q 42 is li i l ii Tony 3: Dou is Bob Mackie. Front Row: Samms, Frank Nichols, Wald. Row 2: Rick Jim Wright, Mike Ted Hill, Neil :autumn-no-N Below, Bill Barnes has a look of determination as he faces the pitcher. Front Row: Ken Brown, Mike Burns, Joe Shields, Ed Pilarski, Bruce Wagner. Row 2: Bob Radmer, Jack Parker, Hal Tucker, Bill Chapman, Del Sandberg. Row 3: Manager B-squad baseball team had an encouraging turnout this year. The team will acquire some players from the varsity when the team makes its cut. Led by Coach Joe Schauble, the team has some returning players who did a fine job for the team last year. Front Row: Aaron Wagner, Mike Dorling, Mark Kraay, Rick Thompson, Bill Barnes, Duane Cartee, Steve DeLong, Steve Ramsey, Dan DiCicco. Row 2: Coach Joe Schauble, Bob Walton, Clifford Caton, Dave Brown, Doug Jamme, Nick Smith, Dave Bill Campbell, Mike Vandeveer, Mutton, Dave Retter, Tom Bell, Thompson, Coach Bill Diedrick. The Frosh this year looked forward to a good year with a good turnout. Coach Bill Diedrick led the team and strove to turn out good ballplayers who hope to on to distinguish themselves the varsity. Wood, Jeff Brown, Kent Graham, Jim Carter. Row 3: Allen Waid, Ted Thompson, Greg Rayon, Dale House, Hohn Hansen, Bob Culnane, Mike Davey, Aaron Samson, Tom Firor. Sprmg Sports Brmg Late Honors Starting the fall tennis season with only two returning lettermen, Tom Costello and Don Wolfe, North Central's tennis team, led by Mr. William Nye, had a tough season finishing in the lower part of the league. The team gained experience and skill in league competition which helped prepare them for this spring's competition. The B-squad team was tough last fall and should provide stiff competition this spring. Below, Tom Costello returns a hard hit ball. ftbove, Ray Fry strains for the few extra Inches needed in the broad jump. Front Row: Mark Boswell, Keith Kornmeyer, Rick Sarber, Paul Hamilton, Duane Nelson, Denny Mills, Keith Wilant, Ray Fry, Bob Trackmen Make Mark Throug Thirteen lettermen are returning this year to lead a strong North Central track team. Eight ol the starters are seniors and are spread evenly about the squad. A solid group coming up from last year's squad will also add to the team's stu in the broadjump and shotput. The team's strong areas are in the jump and shotput. The 440 is also an which will produce points. The other five returning Iettermen are juniors who will fill in the sprint distances, middle distances and high jumping. Above, Pat Austin perfects his form on clearing the bar. Becker, Tim Garrity, Bob Fleck, Chris Hay. Schroeder, .lon Broadwell. Bob Ewell, Row 2: Pat Breeden, Gregg Pryde, Jerry Smith, Kim Clark, David Sivills, Gary Wald, Mike Meyers, Brion Potter, Chuck Ron Saling,ScottGarsky. Well Rounded Teams Above, Frosh Trackmen, Front Row: Ken Wilant, Jose Valenauela, Gene Geng, Ed Giraud, Tim Boles. Row 2: Terry Homburg, Below, Gary Lowe showing his talent on the hurdles. Ted Adams, Bob Sims, Chuck Northcutt, Gary Luft. Above, Dave Inkpen strives to knock off precious seconds from his time. Girls' varsity golf team, consisting of nine dedicated team members, were under the direction of Mr. Raymond Simonson. During the fall and spring, the team practiced at their home course, Downriver, at least three times a week, preparing for their big matches. Gils' varsity golf team: Leslie Logan, Billie Ahrendt, Dianna Garbarino, Barnetta Bindewald, Marilee Roper, Marcia Pettey. Not pictured: Ginnie Cress, Sue Eickmeyer, Mary Lindeblad. Ginnie Cress enthusiastically shows her skill. Concentrating on her putting is Leslie Logan. w S 92 ..- ,WSU Varsity players, Mae Radmer and Linda Qeng, use their time wisely and strive for improvement during practice. Girls' varsity tennis took second place after a hotly contested battle. Patty Price. led the enthusiastic team as the number one player. Competition was greater between North Central and other city high schools, as the valley schools formed their own league this year. The "B" squad had an undefeated season this fall and proudly claimed the number one position. A new experience this year was the all-city "B" squad tennis tournament. With the "B" squad record in mind, North Central should look forward to many more successful seasons. Front Row: Sally Sekijima, Connie Jo Whiteside, Judy Jewell, Sherry Simpson, Sue English, Sue Hipperson, Krls Gustman, Peggy Boyd. Row 2: Mary Jane Mabrey, Dee Coffin, Debbie Kimpel, Carol Worthington, Janell Sullivan, Judy Radmer, Arlene Sanford. Row 3: Jane Ferrler, Kerry Senter, Pam Albee, Gayle Coffin. Row 4: Becky Uhden, Linda Geng, Mae Radmer, Linda Brown. Row 5: Patty Price. Girls Compete in Sports Front Row: Sue Rounds, Darcy Ashford, Georgia Christensen, Linda Reynolds, Leslie Logan. Row 2: Linda Emter, Kathy Alexander, Kathy Cameron, Carol Farrell, Ginnie Cress, Donna Rigney. Row 3: Margaret Boyd, Janine Wittrock, Billie Ahrendt, Vicki Seger, Kathy Sather, Janis Burkhart, Dianna Garbarino. Row 4: Mae Radmer, Nancy Neff, Linda Brown, Sue Noble, Pat Lavery, Becky Williams. Row 5: Marcia Law, Jonnie Phillipson, Debbie Larkin, Ruth Haupt, Debbie Selfridge. Row 6: Linda Geng, Karen Prophet, Becky Uhden, Nadine Neff, Jo Rae, April Williams. Not Pictured: Marcella Knutson, Sherry Lemmons. or Honors Due Fall and Spring Red Feather chairmen, Janis Burkhart and Kathy Sather, discuss their duties while perched upon the lockers. Left, Cheerleaders Carol Farrell and Vicki Seger lead fellow Red Feathers and Color Girls in Red and Black after our team scored. Row: Kathy Morris, Marilee Roper, Larson, Mary Lindeblad, Laurie Jan VanCleef, Pam Albee, Sally Kathy Burchett. Row 2: Karen Lauralee Bare, Debbie Kimpel, Kathy Krell, Ruth Beringer, Raleigh Kephart, Saimecra Hefner, Judy Radmer, Kandy Krebs. Row 3: Vicki Bouten, Sue Somerville, Jo Anne Wittrock, Connie Whiteside, Paula Larkin, Mindy Haney, Chris Colling, Tammy McVay, Janell Sullivan, Pam Magnus, Debbie Ford. Row 4: Kathy Hovind, Jodi Highbarger, Debbie Johnston, Judy Jewell, Sherry Simpson, Gayle Coffen, Dorothy Combs, Laura Spann, Sue Hipperson, Chris Gustman, Karen Gillogly. Not Pictured: Donna Newberg. Mrs Thlemens explalns the sklll to others herself, and Terri Thornburg stands ready while Gall Schafer precarlously balances to assist. Activity Sets the Pace Although not an expert, Billie Ahrendt appears to be enjoying herself as she bowls. ln the near background, Donna Left, Connie Tracy practices on the trampoline while Karen Robins and Shiela Wren spot. With each girl participating in her favorite sport, she strives to perfect Newberg shows a perfect approach with display of grim determination. 1 necessary skills. Soon rolling skating willy be part of the after-school program, which is now a part of the day's classes. V g K wh..- l Q I if s We M' ,wi 5 - 1 orth Central, Our Hearts Are True to You Personality, pep and poise are Vicki Seger, Dianna Garbarino, Leslie Donna Rigney. These girls were the leaders characteristics of North Central's varsity Logan, Marcella Knutson, April Williams, of NC's enthusiastic sport fans. cheerleaders. Front Row: Carol Farrell. Baseball Chairman, Vicki Seger Cheerleaders, Dianna Garbarino, Marcella "Team Fifteen" at an Awards Con. Track Chairman, Carol Farrell Knutson and Vicki Seger lead spectators in Chairman Football Chairman Basketball Chairman Rigney Marcella Knutson April Williams iii gm Q 'K ' mf 1 M., 3, WX ,QW K 1 2 " y K -Q1 f KM ,xg A Tr-.v Q 3 W . , 3 . Yi, 3 . W 255262. Q 6 R W Q 049999 9 9 wwf' if f A, WS R QE W L, Q Q W ,N Q ' Q 'Q , I 0 9 i if lliiizg fi 91 L1,, fa Q fl, 1, ,R N f. .av , ' 5 - ' mfg' ' r ...f L Y? ,1 g 1-X Lf Qfxf? 3 4 is R w K ' Qgx .wifi 1 ,,,E...f . .,,.,...-,...4-wv- gag S EQ ' X I? K , FRN ' Si ,I 5 ,ur ., 5, , 1 sf X f 'SM -X o-: W 1 ng.. - -p --.1 -1 1 -1, -1 -p ww--X First and Second Semester Right, Spring Publicity, Front Row: Laura Lee Bare, Cindy Gates, Donna Newberg, Laurie Gambill, Linda Deasy, Carole Becker. Second Row: Bob Cooney, Dennis Lefors, Dave Joern, Dusty Deissner. Fall Elections, Front Row: Paula Larkin, Tammy McVay, Kathy Hovind, Gayle Coffin, Marcia Sather. Row 2: Frank Nichols, Chuck Hansen, Bob Smith, Terry Minor, Kim Davis. Honor Board, Pam Knutson, Ruth Chairman, Kathy Cameron, Marc Miller, Mindy Haney, Saimecra Hefner. Left, Front Row: Mary Lindeblad, Frank Nichols, Patty Price, Walter Hefner, Sandy Dyerson. Row 2: Chuck Hanson, Gary Holt, Bob Smith, Terry Minor. Left, Fall Publicity, Front Row: Charlotte Spidle. Row 2: Linda Reynolds, Tony Kraay, Cheryl Garbarino. Row 3: Dave Brown, Scott Larson. ' ASB Committees Plan Year's Events nt Row: Darcy Ashford, Knutson. Second Row: Chuck Hansen, Jewell, Gayle Coffin, Chairmang Ruth Haupt, Tammy McVay, Marcia Sather, Pam KathyCameron, Terry Minor. Pep Con, Above, Debbie Kimple, Raleigh Kephart, Georgia Christensen, Chairman, Jim Wright, Ross Rhodes, Rick Schaefer, Loretta Petruss. After election and installation, former officers of the ASB honored the newly elected executives at a breakfast. Former ASB President Mike Beal discusses duties with newly elected President Linus Nelson, ASB Establishes NC's Standards Associated Student Body opened the fall season with a football con and Get Acquainted Mixer. The traditional Thanksgiving Con address was given by local lawyer, W. G. Luscher. Christmas season opened with the dance "Sock It To Me, Santa!" and music bythe West Coast Boys. For the Christmas Con the A Cappella Choir presented a concert of sacred music. Spring ASB presented cons to support spring sports, a school carnival, a mixer and topped it all with the annual "Spirit Week". Right, President Nelson and various club representatives meet to discuss carnival. while former Vice President Tom Robinette confers with his successor, Gary Hirst: former Secretary Carol Farrell with successor, Marcella Knutson: former Treasurer Vicki Seger with successor, rf- Leslie Logang former Fifth Executive Miller with his successor, Mark The new officers then met sixth began their plans for the spring semester NSN' A Mm kikih. A :KA uf "" s N 2 x 4 3 f w, 1 W wx' W ww in ,Q vfiwlsiif +, 1 ..,. W ikgwmwr ,X . , Q. N , N- Z1 zz- .. .Mg Q 5 ' 25555: X A is I 5 L 1, -sw fu ' ' 51:4 , ,.,h Q. 5 A B 3.21 ancy Neff, vice-presidentg Annette lfonso, president. N ,MCA , Lf sf14,Y e irls' League Varies Activities of the terrible fate that awaits Dance. the office of the Marryin' Sam Annette Alfonso, trying to sound persuasive, introduces herself as the new Girls' League president. Style show model Pam Magnus shows off her look-alike outfit with her sister. Girls' League Committees Right, Spring Sunshine, Sue Griffith, Jean Farquharson, Chris Calling, Debbie Verge, Nancy Lynn and Kasey Kitterman. Barb Ferm, Marilyn Brewer and Vikki English are on the next page. Spring Points Committee Members, Alanna Borgen, Debbie Johnston, Jonnie Phillipson. is , s in 1' , ll' E fi 5 ig Fall Points Committee Membgrs, Lorelee Bauer, Pam Magnus, .lonnie Phillipson, Caprice Boles. Selected for her work as the editor of the Tamarack was 0ctober's Girl of the Month, Connie Hirst. She spent many hours at editor's desk, and was also chairman of tickets for the Sadie. Right, December's Girl was Janine Wittrock, selected for her work as Washington State Chairman of the March ofDimes. Top, Selected especially for her work with the mentally retarded, September's Girl of Above, Caught in the act of creating new Girls' League signs was November Girl of the Month Caprice Boles. She was chosen the Month is Jonnie Phillipson. for her work on various Girls' League committees. for by Girls League for Its April Girl of onth was Peggy Boyd. Peggy was In the work of Martha Committee, a ? A 4 Z ,, , Above, Patty Price, March's Girl of the Month, was selected for her many activities, including Homemaker of the Left, As busy editor of the North Central News and member of the High School member of tennis team and on Tamarack staff. School Service Is Recognized Left, The Girls' League Style Show was successfully presented thanks to January's Girl, Pat Lavery. I-V, in - If .g I V, K, .. A, A9"'h ' . Year, band section leader and girls' Number One tennis player. Bowl, Sue McLellan, February's Girl of the Month, brought respect to her school. Saving steps from her busy activities by a slide down the banister is Darcy Ashford, May's Girl of the Month, selected for her contribution to school activities. Barnetta Bindewald Nancy Giger Ava Merritt Faculty Editor Senior Class Editor Senior Class Editor Ron Ashley Jim Larkin Margaret Boyd Boys' Sports Editor Boys' Sports Editor Girls' Sports Editor Connie Hirst Editor-in-Chief As final deadlines approach, attention is given to layouts and pictu Jim Wright Billie Ahrendt Ron Kensok Tamarack advisors, Sharon Phelps, Activities Editor Activities Editor Photographer Jonas and Carol Newett. Shirley Brown Spring Co-Editor Doug Wise Dave Joern Janet French YES Art Editor Art Editor Classes Editor Suepewin I V9Y0niC8 RU5hil'1g Kathy Sather Russ Brown Pf0dUCtl0flS Edli0r Productions Editor School Life Editor School Life Editor Becky Williams Paula Larkin Jan Burkhart Girls' Sports Editor Junior Business Manager Business Manager me tg wand to Mil. Tension Mounts as Tamarack Goes to Press reparation for the '68-'69 amarack began last summer with everal meetings, when staff embers were assigned positions nd a theme was selected. After ttending the Whitvvorth yearbook linic, the staff felt it might be orthwhile to try something new yearbook trends-three column yout. Early in the year selections of pictures for the color sections were made. Much thought and time went into the cover design, colors and texture. Third period constantly was a scene of drawing layouts and scheduling pictures. The entire year was filled with getting ads and meeting deadlines, all which were part of the many extra hours spent on the annual. After meeting their last deadline in March, a staff for the coming year was selected, which this year's staff helped to train. In May a trip was made to Pischels, our publishers in Pasco, Washington. May 29, Tamarack Day, climaxed the year. John 'lzfal-lf'T12n Dianna Garbarino Caprice Boles Maniglng Editor Fall Co-Editor Copy Editor tome Linda Brown Emilie Edwards Joan Heinz Dave J0ej'rl Senior Reporter Senior Reporter Senior Reporter Slaff Al'flSt Mrs. Virginia McCarthy Fall and Spring Editors, Advisor Mike Wetherell and Sue McLellan Marcia Law Business Manager Underclassmen Reporters, Chuck Achziger, Denise Westfall, Saimercra ,5ha'0F Nashmd Merriman, Tom Berry, Kim Davis, Pat Hefner, Kathy Hovind, Mike McAllister, CIYCUIBUON Manage' Davis, Karen Gillogly, Janet Fisk, Trudy Gary Mallon. Matt Oulman Senior Reporter Mike Wetherell Spring Editor-in-Chief Debbie Parr Senior Reporter Doug Thompson Sports Editor Donna Rigney Senior Reporter ational Honor Comes to ews North Central News received the distinction this year of being named to first place honors by the National Scholastic Press Association. Few papers have received this distinction. Published eighteen times yearly, the North Central News keeps the school informed. This work is carried on by journalism students selected for their evidence of skill from among those students in Mrs. McCarthy's journalism classes. Sue McLellan Fall Editor-in-Chief Other seniors recently joining the staff are: Nadine Yingst, Kathy McCarty, Nancy Walton, Dave Akenbrand. Jeanne Thorsen April Williams Janine Wittrock Front Page Editor Advertising Manager Senior Reporter Key Club Wins Honors North CentraI's Key Club received national recognition for its Day Care Center at the First Presbyterian Church. Other activities this year have been its annual canned food drive for the Morning Star Boys' Ranch, working with Vox Puellarum on the Diabetic Association Drive and a trip to Coos Bay for their convention. I Officers , Front Row: Ben Ashley, Terry Robinette, Doug Thompson, Jim Ormberg, Miner, Gary Hirst, Ray Beckman. Row 2: Mark Boyson. Rick Sorenson, Tom Carney, Tom Front Row: Bob Fleck, Bob Blizzard, Tom Warren Huey, Dunny Sorensen, Dave Elliot. Davis, Terry Minor, Marc Miller, Jerry Carney, Don Wolfe, Mark Kraay, Roy Wallis, Row 2: Jim Ormberg, Mark Boyson, Jim Brown, Doug Kropff, Pete Northcutt. Doug Thompson, Rick Sorenson, Ray Larkin, Dan Likarish, Jim Marshall, Gary Beckman, Ben Ashley, Walter Hefner, Hirst, John Aiken, Tom Robinette, Kim Below, Front Row: Karen Prophet, Pat Lavery, Sally Sekijima, Raleigh Kephart, Becky Uhden. Row 2: Janell Sullivan, Nadine Neff, Lorelee Bare, Patty Price, Donna Rigney, Vicki Seger, April Williams, Connie Jo Whiteside. Row 3: Mrs. Murray, adviser, Laurie Spann, Debbie Kimpel, . X I i i i That Vox Puellarum keeps one busy is illustrated by Karen Prophet, left. Mrs. Doaothy Murray, above, and Nadine Neff at rig t. Kathy Morris, Dorothy Combs, Sue Somerville, Kathy Hovind, Peggy Boyd, Charlotte Spidle, Sue Rounds, Darcy Ashford. Row 4: Kandy Krebs, Chris Colling, Saimecra Hefner, Sue Arnold, Annette Alfonso, Dianna Garbarino, Jeanne Thorsen, Leslie Logan. gg. .1 VOX Vox Puellarum, having won the Service Award for 1968, is still maintaining its honor as being one of North Central's most outstanding clubs. This girls' service organization participates in such activities as serving Iuncheons for Senior Citizens and at the Soroptimist International Spring Tea. The group also provides for two orphans at Hutton Settlement. Other activities are working with retarded children and participating in the March of Dimes and Diabetic Association Drive with North CentraI's Key Club. Future Nurses Aid at Local Hospitals North Central's Future Nurses' group has the responsibility of working yearly at hospitals or visiting the aged in nursing homes. During the school term, FNA sponsored a bake sale, sent favors to St. Luke's Hospital at Thanksgiving and made stuffed animals at Christmas for orphans in Vietnam. At the time of graduation, Future Nurses presents a scholarship to a senior girl going on to nursing school. Front Row: Vicki Bouten, Donna Cozzetto, Breakley Jan Parr Evelyn Summers Row Powers Vicki Larson Karen Schilling Sari Jo Anne Becker, Ginnie Cress, Jean Carter, 3 Cheryl Eckhart Linda Rau Roseanna Relchelt Mary Gllley Billie Ahrendt. Row 2: Susan Howell, Janet North Central's FTA was host to the fall regional and northeastern spring Washington conference this year as member Roxie Weatherly was district coordinator. Another main function of the club was participation in the Up-ward Bound Program, which provided selected high school students with Front Row: Judy Jewell, Debbie Carter, Dianna Garbarino, Raleigh Kephart. Row 2: Judy Radmer, Charlotte Spidle, Laurie Gambill, Karen Papst, Sherrie Verge, Denise Westfall, Kathy Hovind, 'Sue Somerville, Donna Newberg, Shirley Brown, Mary Lindebald. Row 3: Gary Hirst, Debbie McBride, Lorelee Bauer, Jonnie Phillipson, Dorothy Combs, Sharon Naslund, Nancy Walton, Connie Eller, Debbie Verge, Sue Iron, Mae Radmer, Gary Holt, Kevin Shaw. Row 4: Cheryl Garbarino, Sue Kostelecky, Marilyn Brewer, Karen Clark, Jackie Nickerson, Sherry Simpson, Pam Knutson, Lauralee Bare, Laura Spann, Karen Nodland, Kathy Burchett. Not Pictured: Jim Larkin. Left, Integral part of the FTA program is tutoring, here demonstrated by member, Karen Papst. Spokane Gary Chapter is First in State tutoring jobs. The members also tutored NC's blind students at various elementary and junior high schools. Some members even volunteered to advise Blue Bird groups. In addition, throughout the year exchanges were made with Freeman and Mead to enable the chapter members to study teaching methods. FTA's final contribution was the selling of licorice to obtain money for a scholarship and a chapter key presented to an outstanding senior. Front Row: Coach Martin, Mike Ross, Ron Ashley, Scott Sullivan, Stan Smith. Row 2: Mike Beal, John Aiken, Glenn Samms, Mick Carlson, Rick Carlson, Charles Bigelow. Row 3: Kerry Roberts, Steve Waid, Gary Holt, George Bell, Dave lnkpen, Greg Pryde. Row 4: Neil LeGrant, Don Wolfe, Bill Bush, John Bosch, Don Bruya. Row 5: Chris Hay, Cercle members Jean Carter, Annette Alfonso, Kathy Sather and Saimecra Hefner gaze at patterns while trying to decide on the best selection for the clubs' new uniforms. The final selection was a jumper, white background with navy blue window-pane checks. Tom Robinette, Jim Wright, Gary Lowe, Rick Doherty, Ralph 0'Meara. Row 6: Chuck Draveland, Steve Aylor, Gary Hirst, Frank Nichols, Linus Nelson. Flu Epidemic Brings Halt to Christmas Activities Cercle de Nlenage, North Central's Home Economics Club, cancelled all holiday functions after planning to carol and deliver favors to local nursing homes. Because of the unfavorable flu conditions, Cercle's activities were not numerous. A joint dinner with the school's Future Nurses group was scheduled and the group chose the design for their new uniforms. Front Row: Bruce Morgan, Bob King, Terry Morehouse, Kevin Morris. Row 2: Emerson Webb, Keith Kornmeyer, Craig Stiles, Aaron Sampson, Roy Wallis, Carl Greer. Row 3: Ron Saling, Mark Boswell, Tom Hudson, Bob Ewell, Ross Rhodes. Row 4: Wes Bigelow, Vic Kane, Dennis Finn. Row 5: Jay Sullivan, Tom Wieber, Scott Garske, Craig Scott, Steve Hartman, Bob Mitchell. Warrior Funds Purchase School Victor Gong "Apples, ice cream, peanuts anyone?" The money from these sales helped to buy the school's new Victory Gong. Sales were put on by North Central's letterman club, commonly known as "Warriors". Other activities included sponsoring a car bash. This resulted in the fire department arriving to extinguish a fire in the partially demolished 1951 Mercury. The Red Feather-Warrior Dance, another highlight of the year, was on Saturday, February 15. The theme was "Sweetheart 69" Helping to plan all these activities were the officers, along with Jerry Martin, adviser. FYONQ RUQNI Linda BFOWH, Vicki Seger, Chester, Kathy Walton. Row 3: Christine Thorsen, Barnetta Bindewald, Miss Connie Hirst- ROW 21 Patty Keel, Bridge! Glenn, Kandy Krebs, Chris Colling, Jeanne Killingsworth, adviser. Kenney, Bonnie Seger, Janet Seger, Terri -M-.s...,5 Quill and Scroll, international journalism ceremony welcomed as new members honorary, held acity-wide public initiation, students from Ferris, Lewis and Clark to which parents, teachers and friends Shadle, Rogers and North Central. were invited. Held in NC's auditorium, the Quill and Scroll Honors Journalists Front Row: Jim Wright, John Trautman, Ava Merritt, Sharon Naslund, Billie Parr, Sue McLellan, Jeanne Mike Wetherell, Doug Thompson, Jim Ahrendt, Russ Brown. Row 3: Karen Marcia Law, AprilWilIiams,Janis Larkin. Row 2: Dave Joern, Dianna Gillogly, Caprice Boles, Janine Wittrock, Garbarino, Margaret Boyd, Trudy Achziger, Shirley Brown, Barnetta Bindewald, Debbie Row: Dan Maher, Scott Robar, Kit Cutler. Row 2: Karen i Kennicutt, Connie Martin, Front Row: Connie Jo Whiteside, Kimpel, Connie Eller, Marcia Tammy McVay, Kathy Alexander, Noble, Kathy Hovind, Debbie Selfridge. Vonne Rudolph. Row 3: D'NeII Maher, Julie DeGeus, Jeannine Fischer, Denise Garrity, Debbie Parr, Judy Bauer. Row 2: Debbie Rusing, Rennie Robertson, Sally Sekijima, Kerry Senter, Cheryl Garbarino. Talent Club Gives to Charit North Central's Talent Club project this year was to support various charities by donating all monies received from their appearances. Also benefiting from their appearances was the Indian Center at Gonzaga U. One of the oldest clubs at North Central, Tau Chi, or Talent Club, gave talented students an opportunity to gain experience in the field of entertainment. Their purpose was to furnish talent for outside organizations throughout the school year. Talent ranged from a classical piano solo to readings. Dancers and singers have also taken their places before the footlights to fulfill a club requirement of one performance each semester for every member. Colleen Kennicutt sings a song before beddy-bye in Talent Club's initiation. Front Row: Marilee Roper, Kathy Morris, Carter, Kathy Sather, Carol Farrell, Ruth Ramsey, Jo Rae, Sandy Cum CBFOI NBCCBYGW, Kafen N0dlUf'd- Row Beringer. Row 3: Laurie Spann, Carolyn WIllI8m5.NHl1Cy Lynn- 2: Janis Burkhart, Pam Magnus. Debbie Commercial Club Changes Rules Members of Commercial Club decided this year that in order to stimulate more interest, membership should be opened to any student of commercial subjects. Projects were carried on during the year which increased interest in business education and gave insight into careers in the business world. Every year pins have been awarded by the club to winners of the typing contest. Pins are awarded to those who type 60, 50 or 4Owords per minute. Faculty adviser for the club was Mrs. Mary York, who supervised meetings which were held in the homes of club members. Mrs. York, Commercial Club adviser, keeps a watchful eye on Kathy Sather as she uses the adding machine. mings orth any Club Central's Art Club the school's activities in ways-formulating and ng out many new and forms of advertising was specialty. the annual Cotton Day Dance, provided a psychedelic light and decorations. for this page is the emblem of North CentraI's color days. North Central's Art Club initiation was wild Griffith, Chris Willms, Debbie Taylor and as Carmel Campbell, Debbie Verge, Jimshubertdisplay. Charlene Mills, Mike Sheets. Sharon Club, Front Row: Janet Holman, Dave M . . : ' r Jonas Row 2 Debbie Taylor, Bare, Becky Williams, Pam Albee, .loan Louie. Row 3: Mike Sheets, Mary Boles, Kathie Stuart, Janell Sullivan, McDaniel, Dick Lewis, Judi Louie, Marsha Debbie Verge,.ludy Radmer. Pettey. Row 4: Veronica Rushing, Caprice l Front Row: John Decker, Bill Meyers, Arnie DeArth, Mrs. Brockway Qadviserj, Allen Tumlinson, Jerry Voelker, Rick Powell. Row 2: Janice Siegel, Lorna Louden, Linda Left, Deca Club Members, Allen Siegel, Bobbie Francis and Sandy Cummings, raise money by managing concessions stand during lunches. Front Row: Mike Torrance, Terry Fetch Elmer Greene, Greg Binder, Alan Thacker, Jim De Lauder, AI Czap, Willy Flannigan Jerry Voelker, Allen Siegel, Dana Morrill Row 2: Glenda Tobeck, Meg Martin Marlene Tenneson, Lorraine Smith, Carolyn Morse, Kathy Lee, Kristie Jesmore, Carole McDonald, Liz Laue, Sandy Cummings, Mrs. Brockway ladviserl. Row: John Nelson, Dave Hill, Dennis Leroy Roseberry, David Clemm, Brand Bersante. Row 2: berg, Dan Likarish, Terry Dale Avery, Lane Farka, Steve Aylor, Chuck Hively. Row 3: Bruce Baldwin, Jane Zinnecker, Mary Jayne Mabrey, Linda Chester, Barnetta Bindewald, Tam MaCurdy, Dave Joern. QD mb Q 5 5 , Science Club Keeps Busy Keeping active with field traps and varlous school projects North Central s Science Club bussed to WSU s open house at Pullman vlslted the carbon dating center at Whltworth College and sponsored an NC student for the Inland Empire Science Falr The Marmes Rock Shelter on the Palouse River was one of the spots visited by the adventuresome Science Clubbers This IS the resting place of the oldest human remains ever found In the Western Hemisphere They were dated from 11 OOO to 13 OOO years old as determined by the carbon dating process The delicacy of an ancient needle und ea archeologlsts to believe that the Marmes man was able to make very intricate products with his crude tools Efforts to preserve the site from backup waters of the Lower Monumental Dam proved futile when seepage from an underground sprung flooded the area Left Members of Science Club Steve Aylor and Barnetta Bmdewald clean test tubes only one of many jobs performed by the c uh Being President of Science Club Isnt always easy as Steve Aylor pauses for a rest International Club International Club is composed of French, German and Spanish Students of the foreign language classes. Organized in 1962, the club promotes further interest in the foreign language field. The adviser for this year was Mrs. Orosia McHugo, After accepting about one hundred new members, international Club still had problems of recruiting and maintainingmembership. The total membership soared to an all time high for any school club. In order to accomodate all of these new enthusiasts, three initiations had to be held. After revising, then re-vising the constitution, the kids now have a strong active club. The year was completed with the annual picnic which is always the gala event of the year for the club. Right, Mrs. McHugo adviser, fixes Debbie McBride's Spanish costume. Front Row: Robert Tussey, Jan Parr, Janie Ferrier, Cindy Clayton, Dianna Garbarino, Ann Warren, Kathy Haskins, Dunny Sorensen. Row 2: Debbie Carter, Debbie Lucas, Sue Worstell, Pam Magnus, Connie- Jo Whiteside, Denise Westfall, Karen Gillogly, Debbie Parr. Row 3: Barnetta Bindewald, Charlotte Spidle, Ruth Haupt, Trudy Achziger, Marily Hojem, Vicki Bouten, Sue Noble, Trudy Larson, Karen Roberts, Jaime Turk, Margie Porta, Sharon Husby. Row 4: Debbie McBride, Nancy Walton, Sharon Naslund, Mary Jo Meyers, Jerry Brown, Dave Inkpen, Doug Thompson, Mike Ross, Tom Robinette, Marcia Law, Sherry Simpson, Judy Jewell, Mindy Haney. Front Row: Lorelee Bauer, Janine Wittrock, Northcutt, Marc Miller, Kim Davis, Kurt Nancy Giger, JoAnn Wittrock, Cathy Haupt, Horton, Mark Boyson, Dave Ankenbrand, Karen Gillogly, Denise Westfall. Row 2: Pete Dave Orcutt, Doug Kropff. Debaters Take Honors at State This year the North Central debate team had the pleasure of boasting that they were the only team from 'W' Eastern Washington that placed at the Washington State University Debate Tournament. At WSU they came home with second place, which for the team's second year is a feat in itself. A third place at the University of Washington helped start off this year'sseason. Richard Pelkie, team adviser, was heard quoting the purpose of debate. Mr. Pelkie says that in debate, "The highest goal is to seek the truth, but included as goals would be the development of proper methods of research, presentation, speaking ability and the ability to think and respond instantly." Debators do more than just debate. Some of their other activities are: impromptu speeches, extemporaneous speaking and oral interpretations. Varsity debaters Janine Wittrock, Carolyn Radford, Marc Miller, Kim Davis and Mark Boysen spent many hours preparing in the library Lauretta Petruss, Vince Lloyd, and Doug Dress Suit." Doyle portray a scene from play, "The First Front Row: Mike Ashley, Vince Lloyd, Mike Annette Alfonso, Mary Jo Meyers. Row 3: Eakins, Chuck Dravland, Tom Talarico. Kathy Alexander, Ethel Latimer, Georgia Row 2: Helen McAfee, Kathy Sather, Nancy Christensen, Lauretta Petruss, Melody Giger, Karen Gillogly, Maryellen Warehouse Carpenter, Peggy Shearer, Catherine Kerr. Thespians Work Hard "The Crowns of Creation" was the name given to Theatre 81. A contest was held to choose the name. Thespians had only a few members returning until their open house when they doubled their membership. Thespians are students who have least ten points, Being in plays, public speaking and ushering at the Civic Theatre are a few ways to earn points. This year Thespians presented "The First Dress Suit." April 16, 17 and 18 it was presented at the University of Idaho. Thespian Officers, Karen Cargile, Mike Eakins, Melody Nancy Giger and adviser Mrs. Straightening the stacks is Stella Mills, librarian and Library Club sponsor. Librar Club Student library workers are an integral part of the smooth operation of the North Central library. Assisting Mrs. Stella Mills and Mrs. Gladys Brooksl they not only check books, but also sort them, send out pink overdue notices and busily try to keep pace with the constant demand for reference material for term and research papers demanded by English and social studies teachers. Sharon Naslund and Regina Sims check out books to early morning students, seniors David Ankenbrand and Lynn Richards, who are making frantic last minute notes for term papers. Front Row: Regina Sims, Scott Larson, Kellie Arp, Debby Repp, Joan Kensok, Lauranna Peterson, Gail Schafer. Row 2: Sharon Forness, Merrie Lee Bonner, Dee Matthews, Linda Rau, Marsha Atwood, Joyce Johnson. Row 3: Linda Hodges, Nova Garinger, Connie Jones, Janell Sullivan, Gay Watts, Sharon Peterson, Marge Northcutt, Sharon Naslund, Sandy Calder were active Library Club members. Matching each other in a game of wits, Linus Nelson takes a lead while Ted Chess Club The North Central Chess Club is a small but dedicated band of miniature strategists. Friendly competition, occurring twice weekly, produced a team including beginners and pros alike. The top players represented the school at the all-city tournament in May. Concentration and clever tactics resulted in a successful season. Right, A solemn moment is taken out of Chess Club President Dan Likarish's busy life. Front Row: Ted Panknin, Fred Cervantes, Dan Likarish,Linus Nelson, Kim Riehle, Kit Panknin studies his next move. Both are members of North CentraI's Chess Club. Cutler. Row 2: Warren Huey, Brand Bersante, John Merriman, Bill Panknin, Matt Oulman, Chris Olson, Ken Everett Mike Kolln, Greg Poole, Brad Poole. Captain Fred Cervantes keeps watch on the stairway which he is patrolling. Passer-by Jerry English pays no heed as a reluctant student argues with Hall Patrolman, Bill Overfield. Patrolman Robert Tussey looks on. Hall Patrol K Front Row: Gary Huston, Joe Durgan, Jr., Laverna Haight,. Brad Poole, William Overfield. Row 2: Linda Chester, Pat Davis, Wanda Elliott, Sharon Forness, Kathy Traffic violators are rare as students respect the rules established to keep North Central's hall traffic moving smoothly, even though crowded. eeps Order Forness, Theda Coburn. Row 3: Dan Cyrus, Alan Eirls, Earl Davis, James Meddock, William Pattrick, Dave Nelson, Fred Cervantes. 1S4? UM wg my Q-9 vs W .NV A 302-f5iM?5?5ifEj3i View We Sw , PM Simi . wgv w UN WX My Q KJ 'Q ,ggi w s: i f 'Q ,., NAL, W ,, B53 3 s V, M PRODUCTIONS .1 2 Ks f1'0'-0-J T' '45 Wilgvljv dfff f'7'C"9 4 V" dw fwvww wH?2' ' 2 5 44. 5'4aQ,,JL ' : 5 0' . 'MQ 54 S Ao ML bail if, Cvffmjjf,-,gi VOX, QQS be M Q , AWG N Qslyo jog, Q ' fl 1il,ffi,bf'fpQsy '53 Zig: W...-.Q Www wi Q K tx f W Y R 4-vb, , V' isis? kg! N Vlggfiif 4-un BYQ 'Y an 'T X ,w A newly formed group in the music department is the Orchestra. Started two years ago, they have been playing at such functions as the Thanksgiving Con, where they accompanied the choir. A smaller band, known as the Cadet band, is made up of members from the Marching Band. They march in the parades along with the members of the Concert band, as well as taking part in the concerts. Dance band, Pep band or Stage band, they are all the same group of musicians. They play at such functions as cons, concerts and even dances. Standing above "Snowkane" Falls are the Stage Band members. Front Row: Steve Krueger, Kit Cutler, Bob Knight, Jim Blake, Be-bop-a-loo-la BSPBa'f5'sEhihiei8'eF.' TM'a Elene siegei, Piiiillps,iI5h7y"Havehs,' Kevin' Boles, ' Rasa Robert Cutler, Kevin Boles, Bob Sims. Row Davis. Row 3: Aaron Dickey, Mick Shane, 2: Roger Blizzard, Warren Morrison, David Jim Marshall, Robert Doughty, Rick Starr. Doughty, Roy Wallis, Dunny Sorenson. Kim sf t Q l . . 4 il':i.fs's . ,,,... . tt. i. , N , x x ' Pj. 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Row 2: Kerry Murphy, Barbara Lynn Banks, Margaret Hilliard, Debbie Schroeder, Brenda Decker, Tina Ross, Janet Breakey, Edde Faber, Judy Bjaaland, Ava Merritt, Mavis Bierig, Tammy McVay, Saimecra Hefner, Bridget Kenney, Kathy Francis, Debbie Carter, Sue Eickmeyer, Sydney Mead. Row 3: Connie Smith, Nancy Minor, Sandy Scofield, Chris Sniokas, Arnold McLaughlin, Bob Smith, Larry Boyd, Orville Caton, Mark Ford, Jim King, Steve Kent, Don Bruya, Gary Hutton, Jim Duram, Scott Larson, Bob Teater, Brand Bersante, Allen Turpen, Kathy Shane, Patti Henry. Row 4: Eva Colomb, Karen Papst, Frank Nichols, Jeff Brown, Pat Austin, Fred Schuenemann, Marshall Hill, Steve Ramsey, Bob Smith, Jay Sullivan, Duane Wald, Roland Haney, Bob Mackie, Dave Elliott, Doug Kropff, Mike Gibson, Jim Carter, Melinda Plumb, Donna Hobbs, Patsy Keene. 253' 3' 7' 55?-xyfaf - "Jr?e2'?4f 'q: 'sA"f:'.,-"if M? N ,X SAW x 4 X W W, X s X ,J 6 sf M f .5 X . ' S ' 'sf' 2 X , E ifil K 1 ,y ms : age: ,A .. .v w Efiii. S aww En QQ fs. 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Besides producing critically needed power, it pays S600,000 each year in county taxes to provide for schools, roads, protection and other public essentials. lt's just one example of how the Washington Water Power Company helps build the communities it serves. Inland Empire Coca Cola Bottling Company Deaconess Hospital things go D, k School of Nursing b - Diploma Program V - Fully Accredited - For more information Phone: NIA 4-0171 Ext. 383 Chase FREDERIC - CAGE W. 905 Sprague 81 Barstone Fuel Dalbert Company Body and Fender Repairs Heating Oils, Coal Heating Equipment Painting and Service Corner Indiana gd N321 Division 9Ven5 A 7-7755 FA 7-7510 CMS HBV N u N X ' fa of 7 The Red B n Q61 N3 X L 1' G Q '77 an T K DoN urs , ge . TU N X SQ' -W 5 1' 1 Q 1 7 Z EL Ns1o5moNizofV3QJ FA s-eos: 9305 New i ' N North Divtis n 4 W GL D ANDNQ 5 E DONUTS HU 9-3761 MSNQF1 5 'ma r fW'h w ' es 0 'S as li. .f Glascock Herron Jewelers o Graduating Class liiiiit. '10 'ivfi .N E-A V 3 .IQXQX f 69 ONNASQ LLOYD Jil A ill I ' i will f f , -. N. isis Division iEi.soN will -. ii e-'i Wa Chieftain i ILT - 3 'ri-1'-if il VW 'H 'J ,,." I gyklilx itll ' !l , .Uhr 2 .31" Cafe , - 5 f You've mano a slarl-lldw linisn snanind Your world N Letis face the riovv togethen RA, h I tmlo Ft h . .. the college that cares Spokane,Washington 99218 1-509-489-3550 Our WORLD is staggering. It may not h ow will lile's turbu- lent issues affect you? Whitworth has it dares to look squarely at today's issues. They call it courses lor all Whitworth Students-lays bare our and triumphs, us face the NOW together . . . Lets us search imperatives of the Faith. It expands small worlds to help redeem one, FOUR-ONE-FOUR is courses in the fall, one course in lanuary, and four courses in the spring, lt breaks out of traditional time and space patterns, and intensifies awareness. We know CORE 4-1-4 is a challenge. CAN IT SHAPE YOUR WORLD? Interested? We are. Let's lace the NOW together . . . The College That Cares. Why Not Let Us Print For You? OT UPF BT - ..,. H- . BEACH PRINT 8: LETTER SHOP North 1220 Division 99202 FAirfax 7-5238 Spokane, Washington PELLA PRODUCTS, INC. Windows 8g Doors A maxim for happiness: "If you see someone without a smile, give him yours." ,fa DOORS A w. 319 Boone FA 8-2490 c 1 ' as W'h ' Larry Kegley'S f"'ga51:5's3:..,fizz9'S as Appleton S Chevron Paints i W. 618 Francis FA 8-1612 lv! I 5-lv..Jliqi 1 AY' IEW 1 4 'nn M L Pa S. 9 Post Street IVIA 4-8928 ' QNQK. N. 1306 Howard FA 7-1588 Congratulations to 7969 Graduates The Agreeable 's Security Branch N. 804 Monroe SEATTLE-FIHSTNATIDNAL BANK IVIA 4-3221 Town 81 Country Drugs Whitworth Oil Company x Inc. Complete Prescription Service Free Prescription Delivery 'f f School Supplies N. 9309 Division HU 3-8587 W. 820 Francis FA 8-9660 Monte Neel, Owner s-- 74 ,-.. , SCOLLARD'S Skat- xx 14 -Ile , i n s Patt1son's . 1310 Northwest Blvd. FA 7-7764 H l' "" ','j'f,!fjiPH2" :uf-5 H' Y 21 .,3, ::,.: ,E:, L 5 I WM. 4152 0 U U f if North Division ' sirlrst Liberty Park M siit 1 etrs ..-- Rollercade ,iii-. "7!"V . l'5lff5W9N'7 . ' Fl0l'lSt ' Q. nuevo M' lrtt win 81 Greenhouse Joe 81 Leo Alice Free Delivery n1:u1ud , mm K '1 zgfzvlzfggg , . ,- Q -e I 'Wiki 2 1-fm un' cl J""g W 1 W V ' ' - bmw' 1f. ff ni ff " " " -" " 1 ,X 4,r. , . .r,. ,l,..,,r,,,,..: . - Q -- -- 1--W :ff f ., . X., -wt ggqlqkgtklgj. F 1 - 4"' if .V l A n! 'Clog l 1 L a 1 "" . . . f r 1 ff' l I ' 412' -W 4- qlu 'f 1' C' .Wig if ' wr- -fi -'W - rf ' 25, W 1' , ,, .- as 1 , .,y ' ' . "H,.1:-V 1 M5513 af:-3y,grf -- -'qv l 4.111 A ynqgl ,lil I ,Ja YQ.. . 45111 Af 21..12...,-1-i"' 5 ' 'll .,,, 1 I' q - - f ' X 'f , pg. . I N. 11505 Division 8th 81 Perry KE 4,9381 Dana Thompson and Anita Wallen are just two of the North Central students that have their cleaning done at Scollards. 7 TAKE LESSONS A Kasllel' S Photo . 7A "' fed' ,xfm from 1 Q, p ' Supply 4 J oe Durgan 0 5 ' rs A V' D at OWl'll'lVel' K I A" Municipal Golf Course FA 5-9542 N. 2 Howard TE 8-1601 nzN'rAL CENTERQ il Borrow H g I Place Settings .,., . . From A to Z "": 'f 11 3' V' Q - M' Beautiful china, shiny silverware, sparkling Ea 5 11" . glassware for a buffet NF? aj Z, is to a banquet. Qi Q., hi' Q A to Z Rental Center N. 6415 Wall FA 6-2465 Steer Inn W D 41 N. 7920 Division HU 3-3142 Wonderful Food The most popular restaurant in the Inland Empire. Open daily from 5 P.M. Closed Sundays ENJOY OUR FINE FOOD TODAY MASTER ENGRAVERS INC 115 S. W. Fourth Avenue Portland, Oregon See Us For: Class Jewelry Commencements Announcements Caps 84 Gowns Diplomas Yearbooks Local Representative Dale Quincy E. 410 Mission S okane, Washington 2606 N. lVlonroe FA 7-2252 p Qgrnfessinnallg made pnrtrzxits are alfnzxgs a gift nf elistinrtinn. . . appreriaterl. . . treasured. . . given EI plare nf Iyunnr. . . in the hnme. . , and in the heart. 4422 ,South Qingan Besidential Studia .mg 4-445s Evans Ellemtz KE 4-1243 Hobson's Auto Supply Lockwood Studio "Distinctive Portraits of Seniors" N. 1004 Atlantic Portraits --- Commericals FA 7-6694 Weddings --- Groups Dances E RI 7-3600 S. 3 Washington WWW' iHutton Building i O Bowl Self--Service Where Bowling is Fun I d North B0 wl it i f ' 5 W,Qk 5 Y: When You Do It iri ifwimtu HH?il.l?M?JRi,gfi cpwt YOURSELF Home of ffff f' i' You Know It's Done A hf1,,igieii1iiiifiii.i 4 RIGHT NORTH CENTRAL ' 'N A ilk V V A 1m,WW. ib 1 -,i. ' XMMMM, BOWLING TEAM i -ip , w V A tffi' ...iii X p Q w 1 ll Division Si Sharp E. 6722 Sprague K W. 125 Sinto - FA 8-7090 N. 3201 Division E. 3002 Mission 3 'Q - QQ HU 9-4500 N. 2152 Hamilton 5 ' The "New" Spot! f Free Prescription Delivery 7 Chico's 6 1 . M59 Pizza Model Pharmacy ls 21 Varieties , 1 Health For Happiness I U ' I f N. 3100 Division George Knapp' R' Ph' N-C- Indians -- CONGRATULATIONS To The Class of '69 Call Our Medicine Man at Invite us to your House Warming. Herbison's Pharmac y Stone's SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND GIFT GALLERY Audubgn Fuel Inc, 2703 N' W' BW' FA 76697 since 1911 N. 1329 Ash sr Russ Brown pictured below: S FORMALWEAR . ,, ,, ll Q Jim Marshall looks interestedgas-Dave Wickline describes the excellent qualities of the jacket. S. 13 Howard NIA 4-2821 W. 406 Sprague TE 8-8541 YOU I TROIIILEI Abbey Rents ig VAIIIII ,S ,,,511...51f' . . . and sells, too easy budget terms Sickroom and Party Corkey's Radiator Shop Equipment Spokane Rent All, Inc. N. 1620 Ash FA 5-5130 West 220 Indiana Ave. Spokane, Wash. 99205 BEST WISHES 796.9 Grads! Your Security Center Spokane Safe and Lock Co Ill I ll i ll ii! :iii Louies SPECIAL CHINESE 8: American Food Orders to Go 'Business Men's Luncheon 'Large Free J v r J IIT H U I li I' - ' -',,i.: g ' ' - Burglar Alarms 'f"'2Qf'g, O 'Ti WI Parking Lot . ., 5 . closed circuit T.v. 1 f 1 , ' -4 M0n,-SatF'e": Sun, 12 nggn ' Safes, LOCKS, Door Closers 11 A.M. - 3 A.M. 12 midnight FA 6-1333 2nd 81 Stevens IVIA 4-3153 2819 N. Division, Spokane, Wn. 1 4 1 D U D S U , Hn: jnwlm .Hnce 1887 - .fpalzrinq Warln. if , Q Patty Price and Ralph 0'Meara look on with admir- ation as Mr. Mauch shows them abeautiful plendent watch. of web M , 3-3""W-Q Q3 egg-:. 517 Riverside Shadle Center MA 4-4 763 FA 5-2579 Compliments of your Friendly h , Congratulations to t e Coldwell Garland Florlst Class of '69 Z 1 2 'lf al l - Pnoivi coRsAc-:Es Xl M W, - tastefully designed in L A - WEDDING FLOWERS - a dream come true W. 1414 Garland FA 7-5511 1 in THE CRESCENT HARVEY'S BB Dell Hottman, salesman, helps Kathy Sather and Rick Carlson examine a jacket. Northtown University Y I Terry Fetch Photography Studio - 1st, floor Imperial Carbon Duplicating Supplies Data Processing Supplies and Furniture IVIA 4-3450 S. 1575 Browne DOG 'N SUDS N. 3627 Division Come as you are. Be served in your car HTAKOMA GALLON" if London House Beauty Salon With Wig Boutique of Open 6 days a week Evenings by Appointment W. 1406 Northwest Blvd. FA 6-3000 PARRISH 81 SELLS Florists DICK'S SELF-SERVICE A dozen roses seems to be the way to Nadine Neff's heart. DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 036 Monroe FA 5-2522 E. 10 Third Rl 7-2481 LET' COOPE RATE iON YOUR FUTURE! Start training now under the world famous MARINELLO-COMER METHOD. World leader in hair design since 1905. NORTHTOWN SELECT BEAUTY SCHOOL W. 15 Wabash HU 7-9297 -52.111315 ' N. 1801 Division CONGRATULATIONS TO SENIORS OF '69 LLv.s B: 4 f .? FA5-2531 55 W Quality Florists V f "only the Finest" VW VV 'f V my J' Member ' ew e L' -4, . :V Llfvi, V cj! gy Fine Food Florist Transworld Delivery " ' "' " UU' Dancing Banquets Lots of Free Parking N. 1602 Monroe FA 7-7746 Congratulations T0 The Graduating Class of '69 NINE Mu.: FALLS. wAsH. oem . SWK' it :fig 9115. '.'a ILP Cqfi il ' 12 . GRAHAM DRILLING "WEA "i 'W 1 Yixqls .-ii, - 9"""'1-.:, , J ,ff -- ' . lg . -7, .I FA 5 4642 Wafer G Exploration Wells BEST WISHES 81 SUCCESS TO THE '69 CLASS CHATTEAU STUDIO KINMAN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY s. 110 Howard TE 8-3521 Tom Baca Tony Caruso is shown giving Kathy Zaring some helpful hints on the use of the adding machine. CHEVRON X1 Gene Boughter Exhaust Systems Tires 8: Batteries Lubrication 81 Steam Cleaning Specialist FA 5-9624 N. 1902 Washington 1002, Soft Water in Your Home No Equipment to Buy Nor Work to Do Service, Sales, Rentals Servisoft System Inc. W. 507 Indiana FA 8-6651 The K pChey thDeey WelIeIy8iD Panda 1827 N W Bl d .wx ? 2' 4 f . LW, ., sax Q. Deery O11 Inc. 1 N. 3003 Crestline 5 f HU72767 rg C t P d L d U4 Salute from the bank that FGCOQIZIZGS our most Valuable resource- the youth g'todey'! . if N um NATIONAL ULD NATIDNAL BANK DF WASHINGTDN R. 8: M. Arctic Circle Modern TV and Radio N. 1925 Monroe FA 8 1863 c FEATURING Q nf 5' . as HU 740 be, al the Best -' C' O , . Burge Sh kes a d ' fe- ' as-E Fries. gf- J? 3 .., - 1., ' , , 'H' W" ' X, lim- U7-21o6 Q img M fha fp Qfwzwyl www 04, yfw Wm, 297252 gpm MMZM Cm. ufff7370fwfZZf W fd kfwgmffffwfggfiffwwi J 1h49w Q 2175561 f gym Oc ax TQ,Agag67pLfVmvpwa-M QGMZWWAQ. Wfww Q5 V Jiiirwawvwd JLQ, ! , 60fa74f,g, NORTH STAR SERVICES QW ' Aga ' 11520NOR HMAR L6gZZ66! y Www! MM! . faMA C77 55 hw? QCL00M?70f75CYj4n1e,f0M0c97fcf1 Www W WMWM0 S S i. 1 Q ' Dessert Problems? tDv"Ifbv6'C! Qmation a ,Q 2 'Ha 01' Vern s Ples, Inc. ft MILK we mam 1491? I ' I -7. av ' V arnation We can furnish 28 varieties-of 8" or 9" pies, 411 West Cataldo cakes and Sheet cakes' p'a"' 0' decomed' FAirfax 8-4200 spokane, washington 99220 Boyd's Texaco Service GRADUATION PORTRAITS Kelp Brothers Building 8: House Wrecking 8: Automotive Repair Bonded - Insured Excavating Trees Removed N. 2524 Monroe at York Veronica Rushing Spokane, W h' t 99205 . as 'ng on The Nelson Studio EG FA 59079 N. 3304 Nevada W 434 S. . into Established 1912 Spokane, Washington 99201 open 8-to-6 week days Garland Lumber 22 years experience All Work Guaranteed Ed's Body Shop Glass - R00fiI1Q Complete Body 81 Fender Repair 8: Painting P H d Glass Installed aint - ar ware W. 1104 Garland FA 8-2374 E. 2707 Francis HU 7-9777 J .AJ S Ni RJ -ly ,ISE .., gm: Q If 1 Eg ji Y QS 13 ,I 'lb . si 5 7 B rm TB gf, t .4 .N Q -g my 'ill 1 3 ' I v N2 -Q ,x Q 3 , .YN 3 qw Uk Cx 1 X: XT '15 Q5 x wif Q. JR HO ACE TIRE COMPANY E. 8617 Sprague AuDuBoN THRIFT STORE W. 2625 Northwest Boulevard GARLAND-HARPER, INC. W. 920 Garland NORTH HILL HARDWARE W. 909 Garland PRECISION PROPELLER CO. E. 110 Montgomery SWEET SHOP CAFE Mary Sponcler PISCHEL PRINTERS, INC. Pasco, Washington PON SOR BUD BROWN APPLIANCE BOULEVARD PHARMACY CENTER MARKET DOLLY'S CAFE EDNA'S BEAUTY SHOP FAMILY SUPERETTE FIVE MILE PHARMACY JOHN DOMPIER OIL COMPANY LES'S DRIVE IN LOUIS L. RAY MILLER'S HEALTH FOODS NATIONAL RESEARCH ADVERTISING AGE NEWTON LUMBER COMPANY ONE HOUR NIARTINIZING Q E- J PEIRONE PRODUCE , PEOPLE'S LUMBER COMPANY 'X Q? gf N- R. L. HOUSE srunlo h D TERRY'S REPAIR sg, Q Af WEST BOONE Home SUPPLY 5 ji wlRscHE PHOTO LAB i' nl 3? fi? OR PONSOR NCY, IN 214 A to Z Rental Center 204 Abbey Rents 206 Accurate Print 84 Letter Shop 201 Ace Tire Company 214 Appleton's Paints 202 Arctic Circle 211 Audubon Thrift Store 214 Barstone Fuel Company 200 Beacon Cleaners 81 Laundry 201 Boulevard Pharmacy 214 Boyd's Texaco 213 Bud Brown Appliance 214 Burchett Studio 206 Carnation Company 213 Center Street Market 214 Chase 84 Dalbert Body 84 Fender Shop 200 Chatteau Studio 210 Chico's Pizza Parlor 205 Chieftain Cafe 201 Coldwell Garland Florist 207 Corky's Radiator Shop 206 Crescent Photo 208 Darigold Farms 207 Deaconess School of Nursing 200 Deery Oil Inc. 211 Dick's Self-Service Drive In Restaurant 209 Division Street Car Wash 205 Dodson's Jewelers 207 Dog N Suds Drive ln 208 Dolly's Cafe 214 Dorian Studio 202 Downriver Municipal Golf Course 203 Edna's Beauty Salon 214 Ed's Body Shop 213 Evans Lantz Studio 204 Family Superette 214 Five Mile Pharmacy 214 Frederic-Cage Studios 200 Garland Harper Inc. 214 Garland Lumber Company 213 Gene Boughter Chevron 210 Glascock-Herron Jewelers 201 Graham Well Drilling 210 Harvey's Men's 84 Boys' Wear 208 Henle Studio 198 Herbison's Pharmacy 206 Hobson Auto Supply Inc. 205 Inland Empire Coca-Cola Bottling Company 200 Imperial Carbon Company 208 Jakes for Brakes 199 John Dompier Oil Company 214 Kasper's Photo Supply 203 Kegley's Chevron 202 Keith O'Brien of Spokane 207 Kelp Brothers 213 Kinman Business University 210 Les's Drive ln 214 Liberty Park Florist 84 Green- house 203 Lockwood Studio 205 London House Beauty Salon 208 Louie's Restaurant 207 Louis L. Ray 214 Madge's Hedge House Restaurant 204 Advertising Index Master Engravers 204 Miller's Health Food 214 Model Pharmacy 205 Modern T.V. 84 Radio 211 Morgan 81 Morgan 199 National Cash Register Company 199 National Research Advertising Agency Inc. 214 Nelson Studio 213 Newton Lumber Company 214 North Bowl 205 North Hill Hardware 214 North Star Services 212 Northtown Select Beauty School 209 Old National Bank 211 One Hour Martinizing 214 Panda Self-Service Drive-In Restaurant 211 Parish 84 Sells Flowers 209 Pattison's North Division Rollercade 203' Peirone Produce Company 214 Pella Products lnc. 202 Peoples Lumber Company 214 Precision Propeller Company 214 Ouality Florist 209 Randall's Formal Wear 206 Red Barn 200 - Fl.L. House Studio 214 R. Wallace Pischel Yearbooks Inc. 214 Scollard's Cleaning 8a Laundry 203 Security Branch Seattle-First National Bank 202 Servisoft System Inc. 210 Spokane Lock 84 Safe Company 207 Steer lnn 204 Stone's Audubon Fuel Inc, 206 Strick's Donut Company 200 Sweet Shop Cafe 214 Terry's Repair 214 Town 81 Country Drugs Inc. 203 Vern's Pies Inc. 213 Washington Water Power Company 199 West Boone Home Supply 214 Whitworth College 201 Whitworth Oil Company 203 Wirsche Photo Lab 214 The Bon Marche and Crescent drew added inter- lBon Marchel, Floxie Weatherly and Marcella est with fashion board members, Nadine Neff Knutson lCrescentl. I DEX TEACHERS' INDEX BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ayars. Dr. Alben L. 21 Barnes, Orville L, 21 Lusher, William G. 21,150,194 Rymond, Helen Hazen 21 Swanson. Byron L. 21 Warn,John R. 21 ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF Rodkey,John 21.25 Smith, George 24 Allison, Muriel 27 Barnard. Robert 33 Beaver, Helen 20,34 Betts. David 31 Birdsell, David 24 Blair, Dale 32,154 Bland, Robert 29 Briscoe, Laura Lee 29 Broadwell, Vern 37 Brockway. Karen 35 Brooks. Gladys 34.91 Brown, Doris 36 Butterfield, Patricia 24 Cabe, Keith 26 Caldwell. Michael 31.194 Carter, Yvonne 28 Chalich, George 27,121,122 Clizer. Cleo 34 Davis. Dan 29 Diedrick, William 36,118,125 Erickson. Norman 35 Exley, Burrill 33 Gillingham. Margaret 34 Glover. Blair 35 Graham, Leonard 37 Griswold, Guy 30 Hagen. Kenneth 25 Hager, Vivian 30 Hogan Leslie 36.118 Hopkins, Jerry 26 Huggins, Virginia 30 Hughes, Jerry 27 Jewell. Lyle 35 Jonas, Joseph 31,160,173 Jones. Dan 26 Jones, Del 27 Killingsworth, Elizabeth 34 Kuljus, llmar 30 Lancaster, Esther 32 Laubach, Kathleen 33 Lill, Lucile 36,154,178 Lindberg, Nancy 28 Lister, Eugene 27 Long, Leonard 27,125 Luders, Edward 26 Malterner, John 30 Manfred. Alfonso 35 Martin. Jerry 36,118 McCarthy, Virginia 29,162 McHugo. Orosia 28.176 McKeirnan, Patricia 24 McNew, Lorraine 25 Meyer, Alvin 26 Meyer, Russell 28 Mhyre, Kenneth 24 Mills, Stella 179 Montroy. Ralph 31 Murray. Dorothy 30,165 Newett, Carol 29.54.160 Nye. William 33 Olson, Alvin 37 Olson, Dan 32 Pelkie, Richard 2,27,177 Phelps, Sharon 28.160 Sanford, Gregory 2.26,83 Schauble, Joseph 33,132,134 Simonson, Raymond 32 Smith, Jean 30 Thamm. William 37 Theisen, Orval 2.32.40 Theodorson, George 37 Thomas. Conrad 37 Thompson, Harold 36 Tieman. A. G. 31,184 Tremblay. Joseph 28,29 Upchurch. James 33,118 Vosen, Christine 32 Walker, Ronald 26,121,122 Wertz. Marian 30 York, Mary 35.172 SERVICE STAFF Backenstoe. Georgiana 22 Boyes. John 23 Conrath, Evelyn 22 D'Andrea, Lela 23 Elliot, Tom 23 Forsell, Evelyn 23 Gillespie. Alice 23 Hirst, Corrine 23 Holloway, Chuck 23 Jennings. Marjorie 22 Johnson, Edith 23 Johnson, Marie 23 Kliewer, Betty 22 Larson. Fred 23 McDonell, Austin 23 Muzatko. Dick 23 Ryalls, Irene 23 Santora, Viola 23 Schumaker. Harry 23 Scott. Merle 23 Smith, Ruth 22 Swanson. Anita 22 Usher. Jan 32 Wayland, Helen 22 Wendler, Zeda 23 SENIORS A Ahrendt, Billie 43.136.138,14O. 16O,167.170.190 Aiken, John 43,76.12O,164,168, 134 Aiken, Sandra 43 Alexander, Kathryn 6.43.134.135. 138,171,178 Alfonso, Annette 6,43,62,1 55.165, 178 Allbery, Norman 15,43,120,122 Allen, Lanny 43 Altizer, Sandra 43 Ankenbrand, David 43,178 Arnold. Susan 43,154,156.165 Aronson, Kenneth 43 Ana, Glennda 43 Ashford, Darcy 6.40.41 .42,43.1 38, 153,159,165 Ashley, Ronald 6,1 1,14,4O,43,16O, 168 Ashley, Michael 78,178,192 Avey, Robert 43 Aylor, Stephen 42.43,120.175,168 B Baca. Thomas 44,210 Banks, Barbara 44,188,190 Barline, William 44 Barnes. Carole 42,44 Barnes, Richard 44 Bartlett, Cynthia 44 Barzee. Peggy 44 Bass. John 44 Beal, Mike 15,44,12O,127,150.168. 194,134 Beckman, Raymond 44.65.164, 185 Belknap, Ray 78 Bell, George 44,168 Bennett. Vicki 44,76 Beresford. Arnold 44 Betts, Patricia 44 Bigelow, Charles 45,125,168 Binder, Gregory 78.174 Binder, Theresa 45 Bindewald, Barnetta 6,42,45,57. 136,160,170,175,176 Birtles, Mary 45 Bjaaland. Judith 45,190 Blizzard. Robert 42.455.61.164 Bloyed, Samuel 45 Boles, Caprice 42,45,51,158,161, 170,173 Bonser, Mark 45 Bosch, John 46,73,120,168 Bouck. Steven 46 Bower, Robert 46 Boyce. Robert 42,46,193 Boyd. Margaret 46,136.138,156. 157.159,160,165,170 Boyson, Mark 14,42,46.70.129. 164,177 Brewer, Marilyn 42,46,157 Britz, Sandra 46 Brown, Linda 46,78,136,138,162 Brown, Russ 6.47.161,170.206 Brown, Shirley 47,57,160,170,167 Browning, Arlene 47 Bruya, Donald 47,188,19O,192 Bryan, Kathryn 47 Burchett. Gail 47 Burkhart, Janis 6,47,138,139,165. 1 70,172 Burr, Bruce 47 Bush, William 15.40.41 .47,1 20. 168 C Cahalan, Michele 47,189 Cameron, Kathleen 40,41 ,42,47, 138.1 52,153 Cargile. Jennifer 49,178,193 Carle, Sharon 216 Carlson, Michael 47,53.12O,122, 168.131 Carlson, Richard 47,53,57,122, 168,208,131 Carney, Thomas 42.47.164 Carpenter, Melody 42,47,178,192, 193 Cartee, Linda 48 Carter, Debra 48,154,169,172. 176.1 90 Carver, Kathleen 48 Caton. Orville 48,190,193 Cervantes, Frederick 49,175,180. 1 81 Chapman. Cathy Ann 49 Christensen. Georgia 49.139,153. 178 Christensen. Robert 49,97 Clayton, Cindy 49,176 Colomb, Eva 49,190 Combs, Spencer 49.189 Compton, Robert 49.1 29 Conery, Fred 49 Conne, Raymond 49 Cossette. Nick 49 Costello. Thomas 49,133 Creighton. Gary 15,49,119.120. 126,127,134 Cress, Ginnie 49,136,138.166 Cullitan. Randolph 49 Cummings, Sandra 42,49.147. 172,174 Cumpton, Daniel 50.120 Curran, Kelley 50.195 Currier. Susan 2,50 Czap, Albert 78,174 D Davidson. Beverly 42.50 Davidson, Hugh 50 Davidson. Pamela 50 Davis, Henry 50.181 Dearth, Arnold 50.174 Decard. Samuel 50.195 Decker. John 50,174 Delauder. Timothy 50,174 Dellwo,Jana 50 Dewitt, Susan 50,161,184 Doherty, Richard 15.50.56,57. 119,12O,122,168 Dotson. Jane 50.75 Doughty, David 50,136.184, 186 Doyle, Douglas 51 Dravland, Charles 51,120.168,172 192 Durgan,Joseph 51,59,134,181 Dyreson, Sandra 51,152 E Eakins, Kenneth 51,178,192 Earling, Jane 2,51 Edens. Gerald 51 Edlin, Tony 78 Edwards. Emelie 51,162 Emoto. Connie 51 Emter, Linda 51,138 Endicott, Charles 51 English. Jerry 51,181 Erickson, Robert 51 Estep, James 51,62 F Faggetter, Pamela 51 Farrell. Carol 6.51.13O,131,138. 139,15O.172,194 Ferm, Margaret 52,193 Fetch, Terry 52,174,208 Flanigan. William 52.174 Fleck. Robert 52,71,164,134 Folsom, Randy 42,52 Fong, Michele 52 Foster. Pamela 216 Fowlkes, Marilynn 52.174 Francis. Kathleen 52,188,190 Francis. Roberta 42,53,73,174 Franklin. Beniamin 53 Freeman. James 78.189 French, Janet 53.160 Frost, Deborah 216 Fruin. Ralph 53,65 Fry. Raymond 53,134 G Galvin, Patricia 53 Garbarino, Dianna 53.130,131. 136.138.161,165.170.176,194 167 Gawronski.Jim 53 Geng, Linda 42,136,138 Geno, Michele 53 Gibson, Michael 190 Giger. Nancy 54,160,177,178,192 Gill, Linda 54 Gillespie, Melvin 78 Goodman. Elaine 54 Greene, Elmer 54,174 Greer, Christina 54 Groh.Janice 54 H Hagen. Constance 52,54 Halstead, Robert 54 Haney, Roland 55.190 Hansen. Charles 55.152.153,193 Hansen. Randy 216 Haupt. Ruth 6.55,56.57,138,152.153 176 Havens, Gregg 55 Hawk, Eugene 55 Hay. Chris 55.125,134,168,200 Heath. Dennis 55 Heinz. Joan 42.55.162 Helland, Eloise 55.174 Hill, Marsha 55 Hiller. Steve 55 Hirst, Connie 6.55.160.158 Hirst. Gary 57.119.122.15O,164. 167,168.194.134 Hively, Charles 55.175 Hobbs, Darrell 55 Hobbs, Donna 58.188 Holman. Janet Rae 42,58,173 Holt, Gary 58,152.167.168 Holt, Gerald 58 Holzer, Thomas 58 Hoover, Kelvin 58 Hopkins, Leigh 58 Horrell, Corrine 58 Hunstad, Thomas 58 Huston, Michael 78 I Inkpen, David 58.12O,176,168. 134.135 lyall. Jeanne 58,174 J Jesmore, Kristie 58.174 Joern, David 2.57,58.152,160,162, 170,173,175 Johnson, Clarence 58 Johnson, Maryen 58 Jokinen, Roy 59.65.122 Jones. Jocelyn 59,174 Jones, Steven 59 Judd. Jerry 59 K Kegley. Gary 59 Kerr. Catherine 59,178 Kerr, Colleen 59 Killian. Monte 60 King. Rebecca 60,188 Kivett. Robert 60.75 Knapp, Pamela 60 Knutson. Marcella 6,60.130.131, 138,150.194.215 Kostelecky, Thomas 60 Kraay. Anthony 52,60.122,153 Krogh. Lois 60 Kruger. Donald 60 Kuhl, Richard 60,184,192 L Labrie. Cherri 60 Lang, Marvin 60 Larkin, Debra 6.60,138.154 Larkin. James 60,160,164.170 Laue, Elizabeth 60.174 Lavery. Patricia 42,61,135.138. 159 Law. Marcia 61.138.162.170.176. 188 Lawrence, Dan 61 Lawton. Candice 61 Lee, Kathleen 61.174 Lee. Melody 61 LeGrant. Neil 61,168 Lemmons, Sherry 61,138 Leone, Michael 61 Lind. Sheri 61 Linkous. Michael 78 Lloyd, Vincent 62,1 78 Logan, Leslie 6,42.62,130,136.138. 150,165,194 Losh. Richard 62 Louden. Lorna 62,174 Lowe. Gary 62,12O.168.134,135 Lundberg, Boyd 62 Lunzer, Kenneth 62 Lynn, Nancy 62,156,172 Lyons, Gail 62 M MaCurdy, Thomas 15,42.63,120 Mackie. Robert 62,168,190 Madore, Roxanne 63 Malott. Douglas 63,73,122 Maley. Carolyn 63 Marshall, James 42,56.63,136, 185,186,206 Mason. Robert 63 Matchett, Jerry 63 Matthews, Fae 63 McAndrews, Mary 63 McCarty, Kathy 63 McCormack, Edwin 63 McDonald. Carole 63.174 McGilvra, Cecilia 63.188 McGirk. James 63 Mcllveen, Laurence 63 McKee. Christine 63 McLaughlin, Arnold 64,190 McLellan. Susan 42.61.64,162. 163.170,193,159 Meddock, James 64,181 Meller. Carol 64 Mercer. Donna 64 Mercer, Gary 64 Merritt. Ava 41,64.160,170,188, 190 Meyers, William 64,174 Miller. Nancy 64 Minor, Terrence 64.152.153,164 Moffitt, Glenn 64 Morehead. Darrell 64 Morrill, Dana 65,174 Morris. Patricia 65 Morse, Carolyn 65,174 Morse. James 65 Mulvey, Gary 65 Mulvey, Larry 65 Munyan. Clifford 65 N Naccarato, Carol 42.65.172 Nance, Fredrick 65 Naslund. Sharon 65.100,162,167. 176,179,184 Neff. Nadine 6.45.52.56,138.154. 165,209.79 Neff. Nancy 66,138,193 Nelson. Linus 52.66,125.150,180. 194,168,134 Nelson. Susan 66 Nesdahl. Daniel 78 Nichols. Frank 66,152,19O.168. 130,131 Nichols. Thomas 78 Nickerson. Jacqueline 66,167 Noble. Susan 42,66.134,135,138, 171.176,188.19O O Olson, Niki 66 O'Meara. Ralph 66,125,134,168, 207 0'Neill. John 66 Ormberg, James 42,66,164,175 Oulman. Matthew 66,162.180.194 Overfield, William 66,181 Overhauser. Tom 66 Owen. Patrick 66 P Panknin, Theodore 66.180 Papst, Karen 42,67,167.190.192 Parkins. Jacqueline 67,174 Parkins. Linda 67 Parr. Debbie 14.42.67,163.17O. 171,176,188,190 Parrott, Larry 67 Pedey, Adrian 67,90,192.193 Pendergraft, Nancy 42 Petek, Frank 67 Peterschick. Darlene 42.67 Petersen. Cheryl 78 Peterson, Debra 67 Peterson, Jeff 67 Peterson. Paul 68,188 Petruss, Lauretta 68.1 53.1 78,193 Phillipson, Jonnie 68.138,156.157. 158,167 Pollin. Carla 68 Powell, Richard 68.174 Prechtl, Patricia 68 Press, Terry 78 Price. Patricia 42,53,68.1 14.136, 152,159.165,185.217 Prophet, Karen 42,68,138.165 Pryde, Gregg 78.134.168,193 R Radford, Carolyn 15,68 Radmer, Mae 69,136,138 Radmer, Richard 79 Rae, Joanne 69,138,172 Ramsey. Carolyn 69,172 Ransier. Julie 69.174 Reed, Sharon 69 Reel, Ronnie 69,75 Reiber, Deborrah 69 Reigart, Lynnda 69 Reimer, Sheila 216 Reynolds, Linda 69,138,153 Rhodes, Ross 69,12O.153.193 Richards, Allyn 69.171 Richards. Vicki 69,174 Rigg, Steven 42.69 Rigney, Donna 6.69.70,13O,131, 138,163.165.194 Roberts. Kerry 69.168 Robideaux, Barbara 69,189,193 Robinette, Tom 14,42.7O.150. 164,176.185.194,168.'l34 Robinson, Daniel 189 Robinson, David 70,120 Robinson. Steven 70 Roseberry. Mary 70 Ross. Kristina 70.190 Ross, Mark 70 Ross, Michael 70.126,127,176.168 Rounds, Susanna 7O,138,154.165 Rowicki, Michael 70 Rudolph. Gary 189 Rushing. Veronica 70,173,213 S Samms. Glenn 71.120,127.168. 131 Sandberg. Jack 71 Sarber, Greg 71,120 Sather. Kathleen 6.57.71,138. 139,141.161.172,178.208 Scalise. Mark 71 Schafer. Candice 71 Schafer, Penny 71 Schneider. Louise 71 Schroeder, Susan 71,188 Schuenemann. Fred 72,134,190 Seger, Vicki 42,72,13O,131,138. 139,165,194 Seibert. Sharon 72 Seigle, Allen 72.174 Seipp. Dennis 42.72 Selfridge, Deborah 72,134.135. 138.171 Seymore. Francis 72 Shana, Michael 72,136,186 Shearer.,Margaret 68.72.178,192 Shepherd, Gary 72 Sheridan, Lee 78 Sherman, Charles 78 Short. Linda 72.174 Siegel. Janice 72.174 Smith. Carole 73 Smith. Lorraine 72,174 Smith, Robert L. 73.190 Smith. Robert V, 64,73.152,188. 190 Smith. Scott 73,195 Smith. Stanley 73,168,134 Sniokas, Christie 73.190 Sorenson, Rick 42.73,164.193 Spann. Ginny 74 Spidle, Charlotte 42,74..153,154, 165,1 76,167 Spilker, James 74 Sprute, Daniel 74,192,193 Squires. James 74,120 Stafford, Jack 74 Stone, Barry A. 78 Storms. Patricia 74 Strunk. Kenneth 42.78 Sugrue, Marcia 74 Sullivan. Charles 78 Sullivan, Scott 7,74.12O.127.168 Summers, Benjamin 74 Svenson. Kevin 74,193 Swank, Amy 74 Sweeney, Patricia 74 T Talarico. Thomas 74.178 Teater, Robert 74,188,190 Tenneson, Marlene 74,174 Thacker, Alan Lee 75,147 Thompson. Dana 75.203 Thompson, Douglas 42.75,129, 163.164,170.176,185 Thorpe. Allen 78 Thorsen, Jeanne 42.75,163,165. 170 Thosath. Douglas 75 Tobeck. Glenda 75.174 Tollefsen, Mark 75 Torrance, Michael 75.174 Trantum, Terri 75 Trautman, John 42.75,161.170 Trevillyan, Annie 76 Trevillyan, Michael 76 Tumlinson, Lauren 78,174 Tussey, Robert 76,176,181 Tyree, Mary 76 U Uhderl. Becky 42,76,136.138,165 186.193 V Vancleef. Gary 76 Vanleuven, Linda 76 Versteeg, Tommy 61,76 Volker, Jerome 77.174 W Wacker. Priscilla 77 Waid, Stephen 77,122,168 Wallen, Anita 77.203 Walton, Nancy 76,77,176.167 Warnke. Renee 77 Weatherly, Roxie 6.14,77.215, 167 Weathermon. Susan 188 Welch. Richard 77.125 Werre, Connie 77 West, Ronald 77 Wetherell. Michael 77,162,163. 170 Wharton. Kurt 77 Wieber, Jackie 77 Wilkinson. Karla 77 Williams, April 6.42,77,130.131, 138,163.165.172,194 Williams, Rebecca 57,77,138.165. 173 Willis, Duane 78 Wise, Douglas 42.78.160 Wittrock, Janine 42.61,70,78,138. 1 58,163,170.177,193 Wolfe, Donald 78,164,168,133 Wolfrum. Bradley 78 Wren, Kathleen 78 Wright, David 78 Wright, James 6,57,78,122,154, 160,170,168 Y Yingst, Nadine J. 42,78 Youngren, Karen M. 42,78 JUNIORS SOPHOMORES A Abbot, Larry 84 Abel, Patricia 84 Abel, Rhea 108 Achziger. Trudy 84,162,170, 176 Adams, Theodore 108,1 14.135 Adams, Vicki 108 Ahrendt. James 84.121 Albaugh. Christy 95 Albee. Pamela 114,136,139,173 Alderman, Richard 95,124,189 Alfonso, Rick 108,125 Alfonso. Ronald 84 Allen, Margaret 95.132 Allen, William 95 Allwardt, Jan 95 Almanza, Rory 108.186 Almond, Michael 95,121,124 Alvis. David 95.189 Amdahl, Glenn 95 Amdahl, Karl 84,121 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson, , J osep h 9 5 Betty 95 Gayle 95.189 Linda 84 Loren 95 Anderson, Ronald 84 Anderson . Theora 65 Angus. Christine 95,132 Arneson, Vernon 95,189 Arnzen. Gayle 84 Aronson. Richard 95 Arp, Vieve 95,179 Ashley. Benny 95,164 Ashley, Gayle 84 Ashley, Paul 96 Atwood, Marsha 84,179 Atwood. Carol 84 Austin. Colleen 84 Austin, Patrick 84,190,134 Avery, Dale 84,172,175 B Baca. Vicki 96.103,188.191 Bache, Michelle 96 Baer, Mitchell 78 Bainter, Cheryl 108 Baker. Janet 96 Baldwin, Bruce 96 Ballard, Bruce 128,175 Ballard. Kathy 96 Barclay, Patrick 64 Bare, Laura 84.139,152,165,167 Barker. Diana 114 Barnes. Bill 96,121,132 Barnes, Joe 96,124 Barraclough. Chris 96,114,189 Bartoletta. Janet 96,132 Basie, Kane 84 Battin. Doris 84,188 Battin, Patricia 108,189 Bauch, Daniel 96 Bauch, Gerald 96 Bauch, Steven 108.187 Bauer, Judith 96.136.171,185. 186 Bauer, Lorelee 96,132,157.177, 167 Beam, Valerie 108 Beaton. Beverly 84 Becker, Carol 108 Becker, Carole 96,152,157 Becker, Robert 96,134 Beeman. George 108 Beghtol, Robert 108 Bell. Duane Lee 96 Bell, John 108 Bell, Patrick B4 Benson, Darlene 84 Benthien. Evelyn 96 Berens, Steven 84 Bergum, Barbara 108 Beringer. Ruth 84,139,172 Bernard. Scott 96 Berry, Thomas 96,162 Bersante, Brand 96,175.180,190 Besecker, Kathleen 96 Bierce. William 96 Bierig, Mavis 82.84,188.190 Bierig, Rosemary 108 Bigelow, Cynthia 108 Bigelow, Weston 96,124,133 Biggs, Terrance 84 Bird, Karen 96 Birkland, Sandra 84,188 Bischoff, Terri 84 Bischoff, Mickey 108 Bivans. Daniel 84,195 Blair.Pat131,130 Blake. James 84.136,165,186 Bledsoe. John 96 Bliss, Gary 96 Blizzard, Roger 108.124,130.186. 187 Boles, Kevin 108,136,186 Boles, Timothy 108,178,135 Bonner, Merrie 176 Bonnet. Shannon 108 Boone, Carol 97 Boone, Terry 108 Borgen, Alanna 97,141,156 Bosch. Bradley 108 Boswell, Mark 84.12O.127,134. 150.194 Bouck, Richard 108.121 Bouten, Victoria 84,139,176,166 Bowen, Claire 108 Bower, Richard 108 Bowersox, Debra 1 14 Bowersox, Ross 97 Boyd, Fay 108 Boyd. Larry 97,190,195 Boyet. Edith 97 Boyson, David 108,129 Bradford, Rick 46,193 Branda, John 84 Bray, Dennis 84 Bray, Patricia 108 Breekey, Janet 84,190,166 Breeden, Patrick 92,134 Breshears, Penny 108 Briscoe. Rod 97 Broadwell,Jon 97.121,128,134 Brogan,Janice 108 Brooks, Karen 97.132.133.188 Brophy, Janice 84 Broughton, David 108 Brown, David 84,153,132 Brown, Dorothy 108 Brown, Jeff 14,97,1 24,1 90,1 32 Brown. Jerald 164,176 Brown, Kenneth 108 Brown, Richard 97 Brown, Sharman 97 Brown. Sherry 97 Brownlow. Pamela 132.188,190, 191 Brownlow. Rod 97 Brumley, Pamela 97 Brunette. Kenneth 108 Bryan, Sharon 84 Buck, Cathie 84 Burchett, Kathy 139,167 Burnette, Martin 84,120,187 Burns, Michael 87 Bush, Lori' 1 14 Butz, Craig 108 Bynum, Donald 84.92.128 C Cadby, Steven 97 Cagle, Betsy 97 Calbom. Bruce 125 Calder. Sandra 97.179 Cameron, Terry 97 Cameron, Cheri 97 Cameron. Kenneth 97 Camlan. John 97 Campbell. Carmel 84,1 73 Campbell, David 97 Campbell, Janice 64.108 Campbell. Karra 84 Campbell, Patrick 97 Campbell. William 108,124,189 Candler. Terry 84 Cannata. Frank 97 Cardone, Linda 84 Cardwell, Michael 108 Carle, Theresia 189 Carlson, Greg 97 Carnahan, Pat 108,125,187 Carney. Barbara 108.141 Carney. Denise 87 Caro, Steven 14 Carpenter. Cindy 84 Carrigan, Gerald 97 Carrigan. Joyce 108 Carroll. Patricia 84 Cartee, Clarence 97,132,134 Carter. James 97.121,128,190. 132 ' Carter.Jean 157,166 Carter, Ronald 97 Caruth, Susan 108 Carver. Charles 108.124 Carver. Clarence 97 Carver, Judith 97 Casadoro, Dennis 97 Cathay, Richard 84 Cathey, Roger 97,125 Caudill. Barry 84,108 Chan, Jaydene 97,188 Chapman, Steve 84 Chapman, William 97.114 Chappel, William 108 Charbonneau, Donna 189 Chavez. Gloria 84 Chertude. Steven 78 Cheselka, Catherine 84 Chester, Linda 84,151.175,181 Chester, Terri 108,181,187 Chisholm, Candice 108 Chilson. John B4 Chitwood, Jack 97 Christensen. Janis 108 Christensen. Joan 108.141 Christner, Rick 108 Christopherson. Mark 84 Church Mouse 84 Clark, Connie 84 Clark, Karen 84,167 Clark. Katherine 97 Clark. Kim 97,124,134 Clark, Stephen 97 Clemm. David 97,125,175 Clemons..Michael 108 Cline, Kathy 85 Cocas. Mary 108 Coffin, Dee 108.136 Coffin, Gayle 82,85,136,139.152. 153 Colbolm, Bruce 108 Cole, Elaine 108 Cole. Michael 97 Calling, Christine 85,139.156,165 Colomb, Roberta 108 Colp. Connie 97 Combs, Dorothy 85,139.165.167 Combs, Leatha 97 Connors, Timothy 85 Conne. Anita 97 Conner. Bonnie 108 Conrad, Susan 109,189 Cook, Carolyn 97 Cook, Diane 114 Cooney, Robert 109,125,152 Copeland, Patricia 97 Corcoran, Dale 97 Cosby, Daniel 97.121 Costello. Gene 97 Couch, Velma 97 Covich. John 109 Cox, Kathleen 1 14 Cox, L. Debbie 97 Cox. James 109 Cozzetto, Donna 85.166 Cozzetto, Vernon 125 Cressey, Terry 109 Cross. Diana 85,189 Cross. Janice 97 Crossman, Jean 85 Crossman, Marleen 109 Crouch. James 97,185 Crouch. Paul 97 Crull, Mark 97.121 Cuffin, Larry 109 Culbertson. James 97 Culnane, Dennis 85,120,127 Culnane, Robert 97,121.127,128 132 Culver, Dru 97,188 Culver, Sheila 85,189,192 Curry. Kenneth 97,1 14,129 Curry. Mary Ann 98 Cutler. Kit 136.171,180.185,186 Cutler, Robert 109,136.185,186 Cyrus.Deniel109.181 D Daigne ult, Carmen 189 Daley, Caroline 89 Dark. Catherine 109 Dasovich, Barney 89 Dasovich, Brenda 109 Dasovich, Steve 98 Daughtry, Karen 98 Davey, Michael 85,121,132 Davis, Brent 85 Davis. Kay 109,141 Davis, Kim 85.136,152,162,164, 171.177.185,186 Davis, Michael 98 Davis, Patricia 85,162,181 Davis. Terry 85 Davison. Ben 98 Day. Steve 109 Deasy, Linda 98,152 Decker. Brenda 85.188,19O.191 Deforge, James 85 Degeus, Jane 98,132 Degeus,Julie 98,114,171 Deissner, Dusty 1 14.152 Dellwo. Kathie 98,188,189 Deloach, Debbie 109,141 Delong, Steven 98,121,128,132 Delriccio, Robert 98 Denison, Carole 86 Denison, Lance 114 Deno, Donna Ann 109 Deno, Terry 98.134 Desautel, William 109 Devaney. Kathleen 109 Devarey, William 109 Dicicco, Danny 98,121,128,189. 132 Dickey, Aaron 98.121,124,136. 185,186 Diedrick. Carol 98,132 Dillon, Michael 121,195 Dimico, Luann 109 Dixon, Donald 86,134 Dixon. Marcy 98 Dixon, Michele 86,188 Dizmang, Katherine 109,136,187 Dizmang, Terry 86 Dolan. Elizabeth 86 Dolan. James 109 Dolan, Patricia 98 Donais, Jerry 98 Donaldson, Kathy 98 Dorpat, Norman 98,132 Dorpat, Paula 86 Dougherty, Michael 98 Doughty, Robert 86.121,136.186 Doughty, David 50,136.184,186 Douglass, Linda 98 Downey, Kathy 86 Drose, Robert 109,136,186 Dudley. Keith 99,114.136.184,186 Duggan, Rita Ann 86.189 Duncan. Susan 188.190 Dunford, Joseph 86 Dunn, Michael 98,120 Duram.James 98,125,190 Dyer, Robert 115 Dyer, Theodore 98,185 Dyreson, Michele 109,189 E Eades, Kathie 109 Eatts, Linda 92 Eckhart, Cheryl 86,166 Edens, Darrel 98 Edgington, Debbie 109 Edmonson. Sheila 109 Edwards, Ryan 110 Ehnes, Linda 86 Eickstadt. Roberts 86 Eickmeyer. Susan 86,136,190 Eirls, Eirls. Eirls, Elias. Eller. Alan 86,181 Daniel 1 10 Larry 1 10 Douglas 86 Constance 86.136,171,186, 167 Elliott, David 98.164.188,190 Elliott, Gary 86 Elliott, Jeffrey 110,189 Elliott, Pamela 110 Elliott. Wanda 86,181,187 Elzie, Richard 1 1 1 Emry. Dennis 86 Emter, Allen 98 Emter, Sharon 110 Engle, Lynn 86 English, Susan 51,181 English, Vicki 110,157 Erickson, Debbie 98 Erickson. Laslee 110 Ervig, Sharon 98 Enwin, Kathy 86.184 Eschenbacher, John 110,124 Evans. Franci 86 Evans. Shirley 86 Evans. Steve 86,121 Everett, Kenneth 180 Ewell, Robert 86,119,120,126.127 134 Ewing, Kathleen 98 Eymont, Catherine 86 F Faber, Edythe 86,188,190 Faber, Teresa 1 10,136,186 Fair, Deborah 86 Fair, Martha 86 Farden, Eric 98,187 Farka, Brian 98.185 Farka, Lane 86,175,185 Farquharson. Jean 98,132,156 Feaster, Patricia 86 Feldhans, Roberta 98 Felton. Mindy L 110 Ferderer, Deborah J. 98 Ferm. Barbara 110,157 Ferrier, Jane 86.92,136,176 Fetch, Valerie 98 Fiddler, Jerald 98 Fiddler, Rita 110 Fields, Dwight 1 10 Fievez, Sheryle 86 Findley, Cheryle 86 Findley, David 98 Finn. Dennis 86,120 Firor, Tom 98,132 Fischer. Jeannine 86,171 Fisk, Janet 86,1 62 Fitzpatrick, Deborah 86 Fitzpatrick, Robert 1 10 Fitzpatrick, Tom 1 10 Fleming, John 115 Flynn. Kelly 98 Folsom, Barry Craig 86 Ford, Deborah 86,139 Ford, Mark 98.190 Forland, Barbara 86 Forness. Kathy 98.181 Forness, Sharon 86,179,181,189 Foster, Pam 189 Francis, Doug 86 Frandsen, Jacqueline 98 Franks, Cathe 86,1 15 Frasier, Roger 98 Frease, Terence 98 Friedland, Charles 86 Frucci, Faye 98 Fruin, David 98 Fry, Charles 98 Fry. Jack 98 Fry, Linda 110 Fuller, Ronald 98 Funk, David 86,120 Funk, William 1 10,121,198 G Gabbard, Debra Sue 110 Gabbard, Dianna 110 Gabzdyl, Karl 98 Galbraith, Donna 86 Gallaher, Paula 98,189 Galvin, Mika 98 GambilI,JilI 98,132,133 Gambill, Laurie 86.139,152.167 Garbarino, Cheryl 98.132,133,171. 167 Garcia. Beverly 86 Garcia, Jeanette 110 Garinger, Nova 86,174 Garland. Priscilla 110 Garrity, Denise 86,171,188 Garrity, Timothy 98,134,189 Garske, Scott 86,119,12O,122,123, 134 Gary, David 110 Gates, Lucinda 98,132,152 Gebeke, Dennis 110,121 Geng, Gene 53,110,135 Gibson, Barbara 86 Gibson, Mike 190 Giese, Donald M. 98 Giger. Pamela K. 86 Gilley, Mary E. 100,166 Gillogly, Karen H. 139,162,170 171,176.177.178 Gilmore, Donald 86 Gilmore, Linda 110 Gladder. Ed 100,121 Giraud, Edward 1 10.121.124,135 Giraud, Richard 110 Glenn, Barbara K. 86 Glenn, Christine 100,132 Glover, Varnel M. 100.188 Goerz, Larry 110.136,186,187 Gonser. Cynthia 100 Gonser, Gail 86 Good, Peggy 1 10.189 Good. Theresa 100 Gowdey, Craig 86,125 Gower. Ann 1 10 Gower. Robert 100 Gowin, Paula 110 Gowin, Richard 86 Gracio, Donald 115 Grady, Debra 110,115 Grady, Glen 86 Graf. Kevin 100 Graf, Laurel 86 Graff, Vickie 110,189 Graham, Kathleen 87 Graham. Kent 100,121,132 Graham, Russell 100 Gravos. Debbie 100.189 Gravos. Sally 1 10 Gray, Jon 87 Green.James21,110,128 Greene, Panda 100 Greenwood, Jackie 87 Greer,Carl100,119 Grennay. Linda 110 Griesbaum, Andrew 87 Griffin, Laura 100,189 Griffith, Ilene 87,190 Griffith.Judith 1 10 Griffith. Susan 1 56 Griffith, Pamela 100.189 Griffith, Richard 100 Griffith, Sharon 100,173 Griggs, Robert 100 Grimm, Catherine 87 Grimm, Melinda 100,132 Griswold, Michael 100 Groh, Catherine 87 Grondahl, Terry 175 Gross. Michael 110 Grossman,Jean 188 Grothe, Wendy 87 Gump, David 100 Gunning. Vicky 189 Gustman, Christine 87,136,139 Gustus, Flobin 100 Guyor, William 87.134 H Ha. Allan 87 Hadley. Daryl 100 Hadley, Donald 87 Hagen, Constance 52,54 Hagen. Martin 87 Hagerman. Daniel 100,128 Hahnwaldt. Margo 132 Haight, Laverna 87,181 Haile, Gary 87 Haile, Penny 100 Halstead, Cindy 87.189 Hamilton, Paul 87,125,134 Haney, Melinda 87,139.152,157. 176 Hansen,John 100.132 Hansen, Karen 100 Hanses, Sheri Mae 115 Hanson, Charles 87 Hanson. Cynthia 110.187 Hanson, Loretta 87 Harding, Susan 100 Hare, Michael 87,121,124 Harmel. Susan 110 Harper, Sheila 87 Harris, Charles 100,115 Hart, Michael 100 Hartig, Michael 100 Hartman, Clyde 87 Hartman. Michael 100 Hartman, Stephen 87,118 Harvey, Bonnie 100 Hanlvood. Jody 100 Haskin, Michael 100 Haskin, Sandra 110 Haskins. Kathy 1 18.176 Haspert, Jonathan 87 Hattamer, Leigh 100,189 Haunschild. Ann 100 Haupt. Catherine 177.190 Havens, Larry 1 10,136,186 Hawley, Kenneth 100 Hayes, Leann 37,189 Hayward. James 100 Heath. Jay 1 10 Hefner, Saimecra 87,139.152,162, 165,190 Hefner, Walter 115,152,164,184 Heimbigner. Craig 115 Helms, Stephen 87,189 Henry, Patti 100,190 Hern, Patty 110 Herrick, Dennis 110,124 Herron, David 87,122,123 Herron, Richard 115 Highbarger, Jodi 87,139 Hilderbrand. Raymond 87.125, 134 Hill, David 110.136.175.187 Hill, Gary 1 10 HiIl,James100 Hill. Marshall 100,190 Hill, Robert 87,125 Hill, Ted 87 Hilliard, Margaret 100.190 Hipperson, Susan 87,136,139 Hite, Roberta 100,189 Hoag, Julie Ann 100.190 Hobson, Craig 87 Hodges, Linda 179 Hoff. Gary 100 Hoffman. Laura 110,115 Hoffman, Steven 87 Hoglund, Beckie 87 Hohnwaldt. Margo 100 Hojem, Marilyn 100,115,176 Holloway, Charles 110 Holloway, James 1 10 Holmes, Oliver 100 Holt, Barbara 110 Holt. John 110 Holt, Tommy 87 Homburg, Tarry 110,135 Hoover, Ronald 87 Hopkins, Janice 188 Hopkins, Russell 110,115,189 Horobiowski,John 100 Horobiowski, Leo 87 Horobiowski, Theodore 100,133 Horrell, Byron 110,121 Horton, Kurt 87 House. Dale 100,132 House, Mitchel 110 Hovind, Kathy 87,134.167.135. 139,152,162.165.171 Howell, Susan 87,184,166 Hoyt, Terry 100 Hudson, Thomas 87,120,124 Huey, Dorothy 2,110,136,187 Huey, Jeffrey 100,124 Huey, Warren 100,164,180 Hurt, Robert 100.125 Husby. Sharon 111,176 Hustad, Deanna 111 Huston, Gary 181 Hutchins, Anna 87 Hutton, Gary 87,188,190 I lron.Janet 87,167 J Jackson, Mary Anne 187 Jacobsen, Eric 111,121,124 James, Deborah 1 15 Jamme, Douglas 87,132 Jansen, Donna 100 Jansma, Mary 100 Jasrnund, Scott 11 1 Jenkins, David 87 Jensen, Richard 100 Jewell, Judith 7,115,136.139.153. 176.167 Joern, Dennis 111 John, Randy 115.121 Johns, Gary 100 Johns. Steven 87 Johnson. Annette 87 219 Johnson, Cheryl 87,1 1 5 Johnson. Cort 87 Johnson. Daniel 100,187 Johnson David 100,121,189 Johnson, Donna 98 Johnson. Glenda 100 Johnson, James 87,121 Johnson, James 87 Johnson, Joyce 87,179 Johnson Lee 101 Johnson. Sharon 1 1 1 Johnson. Sharon 101.115 Johnson. Tom 111 Johnson. Virginia 101 Johnson, William 111,128,189 Johnston. Deborah 101,139,156. 188 Johnston, Deborah 87 Johnston. Donna 87 Jones. Barbara 101 Jones. Candis 87 Jones, Connie 87,174 Jones. Kevin 101 Jones, Marcia 101 Jones, Randy 1 11 Joplin. James 101 JopIin.John 101 Judd, Daryl 101 Juhnke, Ann 87 K Kalakosky. Paul 189 Kane. Victor 101 Kawell. Richard 101 Keel. Patricia 101,132,157 Keen, Kathleen 115 Keene, Jill 189 Keene, Patsy 88,188,190,192 Kegley, Cynthia 101 Keller. David 88,121 Keller, Diane 88 Kelm, Chad 88 Kellogg. Robert 101 Kelly, Danny 101 Kelly, Jacquelyn 88 Kelly. Shannon 101 Kemnitz, Debbie 111.115 KendaIl,Jack101 Kendall.Jayn 111 Kennedy,Jackie 111,136,186 Kennedy. Paula 88 Kenney. Bridget 115.132.133,19O Kenney. Maureen 115 Kennicutt, Colleen 101,171,188 Kensok. Joan 101.1 79 Kensok, Ronald 71,125,160 Kent. Rod 71.101 Kent, Steven 88,18B,190.191 Kephart. John 1 11 Kephart. Raleigh 88,139.153,165 Keppler. Christon 101 Keys. Ellen 115.189 Kiehn. Donald 101 Kienzle. Linda 88 Kimpel. Debra 88,136.139,152,165. 171 Kind. Bob 92.120 King,James115,190 King. Robert 88,114,125 Kirby, Donald 88,125 Kitterman, Kathleen 101,156,188 Klein, Randle 121,134,192 Klein, Steven 88 Kline, Kathy 188 Kluckhohn.Janet 111 Knaff, Christine 101,132,190 Knauft. Diane 111 Knight. Robert 88,125,136,184. 186 Knox. Gerald 88 Knutson, Connie 111 Knutson, Colleen 101 Knutson. Pamela 101.132.152, 153,167 Kochel, Timothy 111,136,184,186. 133 Koenig. Terri Jane 88,184 Kolln. Michael 180 Korling, Michael 101 Krebs, Kandyce 82,88,1 15.139, 165 Krell, Kathleen 88.139 Krell. Robert 101 Kornmeyer, Keith 88,125.134,184 Kostelecky, Joseph 88.127 Kostelecky. Pamela 111 Kostelecky, Suzanne 101,132,133. 167 Kraay, Mark 101.124,164.132 Krahn, Gregory 101,136,186 Krammers. Tom 88 Kropff. Doug 164,190 Kropff, Harry 101 Krous, Delmer 88 Krueger, Steve 88,136.185.186. 187 Kruger, James 101 L Lamarsh, Ronald 101 Lambert. Jack 101 Lang. Billie 101 Lang, Vicki 101 Langdon. Kathleen 88 Larkin. Brenda 101.132 Larkin. Paula 88.139.141.152,161 Larson, Carl 88,120,185 Larson, Debbie 187 Larson. Douglas 88 Larson. Scott 88,153,179,188. 190 Larson. Susan 115.132 Larson.Trudy 115,139,176 Larson, Vicki 101,166 Lash, Whip 88 Latimer, Ethel 101.178 Latimer. Vera 88 Lavalle, Alan 101 Lawson, Glenn 1 10 Lawson. Mary 101 Lawson. William 111 Lawton, Debra 101 Leblanc, Cynthia 1 11 Lee, Eva 89 Lee, Linda 111 Lee, Ted 89 Leffard. Bruce 89,127 Leffard, Patricia 101 Lefors. Dennis 1 11,125,152 Lehnertz. Larry 1 15 Leone, Mark 98,101 Leppell, Renee 89 Lernehtz, Larry 188 Levar. Adrienne 89 Level, Edward 1 1 1 Lewis, Pamela 89 Lewis. Richard 89,113,124 Lewis. Sandra 101,189 Light, Cathy 101 Lightfoot. Genia 101 Likarish. Daniel 89,164.175,180 Lili, Dale 101,133 Lind. Curtis 111,124 Lindeblad, Mary 89.136,139,152, 167 Lindon, Patricia 89 Lindsley, Ray 101,121 Lines. Barry 101.121.124,134 Lines, Holly 111 LittIe,Jim 189 Littman Susan 101 Lobe, Terry 89,192 Logan, Patrick 82,89.122 Long, David 101 Lopez. Frank 89 Louie, Jack 89 Louie. Joan 89,173 Louie, Judith 89,173 Lovell. Linda 101 Lovell, Vicki 89 Lucas. Debra 176 Lucki, Jerome 89 Luft. Gary 1 1 1,121,124,135 Lund, Robert 89 Lundberg, Kim 89 Lunzer, Joseph 111 Lynch, Randy 89 Lynn, Gene 89 Lynn, Walter 101 Lyonnais, Kim 89 Lystad, Lee 89 Lystad, Richard 115 NI Mabrey, Mary 101,114,132,136, 175 MacDonald, Marsha 1 11 MacDonald, Scott 101 MacUrdy. Tamala 89.175 Magnus, Pam 89.104.139,155, 1 57,172,176 Maher,Daniel101.171 Maher.Danielle101.171 Mallon. Gary 88.89.162 Malott, Crystal 102 Marabello. Lola 111.184 Marks. Dwight 89 Martens, Vickie 111 Martin. Constance 102.132.171. 190,191 Martin, Dennis 102,175 Martin,Jon102,121 Martin. Michael 111,121,124 Martin. Pamela 111,184 Martinson,Julie 102,141 Mashtare. Richard 111 Mason, Glenice 111 Mason, Patricia 102,132 Matthews, Dee 102.179 Mattie. Stephen 89.136,184.186 Maxwell, Janet 1 11 Maxwell, Raymond 102 Mayberry, Mary Jane 132 McAfee, Helen 111,178,188 McAllister. Michael 102,119 McAndrews,John 111 McBride. Deborah 102,176,167 McCandless. Gaillyn 111 McCanna, Patrick S9 McClain, Patricia 102 McClain. Sarah 111 McCoury. Sherrie 102 McCreary, Kathern 89 McDaniel, Doris 89 McDaniel, Mary 102,173 McGang, Rene 102 McGauran, Rod 102 McGee,JilI102 McKenna, Kenneth 102 McLaughlin, Arnold 64.180 McLaughlin, Matt 89,124 McLauring,John102 McLauring, Roxanne 89 McLellan, Mary 1 11 McLellan. Robert 89 McLendon, Mack 111 Mcvaugh. William 89 McVay, Thelma Ann 89,134.135. 139.152,153.171.188,190,191 McVey. Robert 89 Mead, Sydney 89,190 Meador, Dale 89 Meddock, Donna 162 Meller, Laura 89,136,184,186 Mellinger, Carol 102.132 Mellon. Rhonda 111 Mendenhall. Robert 102 Meredith, Paul 102.103 Merrell. Deborah 189 Merriman, Chuck 162 Merriman,John 180 Merritt, Pamela 102 Mervvin, Martin 111 Meyer. Michael 89,134 Meyers, Mary 102.176,178,192 Millar. David 121 Millar, Douglas 89 Miller, Curtis 102,184 Miller, David 89,111,125 Miller, Gary 1 1 1.121 Miller, Lea 89 Miller. Marc 82,89,150,152,164. 177.194 Miller, Perry 89 Mills. Charlene 115,132,173 Mills, Kenneth 89.134 Minor, Nancy 115.190 Mitchell. Anita 1 11 Mitchell. Gary 102 Mitchell, Laura 189 Mitchell, Penny 102,132.136.186, 191 Mitchell. Robert 89.129 Mix, Alan 102 Mizell, Cheryl 111 Moon. Carla 189 Mooney. Lesley 89 Mooney, Shirley 1 15 Morehouse, Terry 89,115,120 Morgan, Bruce 115.120 Morgan,Joanne 111 Morgan, Rodney 111 Morrill. Rosemary 82.89.192 Morris, Harlan 102,121 Morris, Kathleen 89,136,139.153, 165.1 72 Morris. Kevin 89,120,125 Morrison, Warren 89.129,136.185 186,188 Morrow, Vicki 89 Mortis. Rega 102 Mulkey, Phillip 89 Muller. Donald 102 Munyan, Charlene 102,189 Munyan, Marsha 111.1 57 Murphy, Kerry 89,188,190 Murphy, Thomas 1 11 N Nakagawa. Junzo 89,126 Nast. Dennis 102 Natwick. Vicki 102.115 Neil, Melvin 102 Nelson, David 111,181 Nelson. Duane 89,125,134 Nelson,John102.151,175,133 Nelson.Juliene 111 Nelson. Marcella 111 Nelson, Paul 111 Nelson, Phillip 89.121 Nemitz. Vicki 102 Nepean. Jacqueline 102 Nervous, Iam 89 Nesbitt. Bonnie 89 Nesdahl, Sandra 102,115 Ness. Pamela 102 Nestoss, Lester 102.187 Neuroth, Michael 124 Newberg. Donna 9O,139,14O,152. 190,167 Newberg, James 90.134 Nichols, Donna 115 Nickell, Larry 111.121 Nimmer. Cyndi 90 Nodland, Karen 90.139.172,167 Noland, Delvin 1 11 Norbert, Sharon 90 Norby, Diane 111 Noren. Nancy 90 Norman. Gail 102 Norman, Judy 1 11 Norman. Paula 102 Norris, Steve 121 Northcutt,Charles 112,124,135 Northcutt, Marjorie 90,179 Northcutt, Peter 102,164,177,185 O Olds. Deborah R. 90 Wayne 1 12 Olds. Jullie 102 Olofson, Anita R. 90 Olson, L Christopher 102,180 Olson, Mark R. 90 Olson. Susan 102 Omeara, Lila R. 102 Omenn, Badd 90 Oneill, Scott 112 Ormiston, Gary 0. 189 Oster. Frank 112 Overdorff, Connie 102 Owen, Carolyn 90 Owen, Michael C. 90,195 Owen. John 90 Owens, Ken 90 P Paeper, Louis 102 Pagel, Deborah 90 Paine, Penny 115 Palmer, Margaret A. 90 Panagos. Barbara A. 102 Panknin, Bill 102,180 Parker,John 112,121,187 Parker, Marilyn S. 102 Parkins, Karen A. 67,102 Parr,Jan102,176.188.191.166 Pasicznyk. Sharon 102,132,133 Patrick, William J. 90,181 Patterson, Stephen P. 90,121,124 Patterson. Susan L. 112 Patterson, Vicki 102 Pearsall, Craig A. 90 Pearsall, Margaret 112 Pedey. Adrian 67,90,192,193 Pendergraft, Betty 90 Pennington. Charlene 1 12 Perkins, Bobby 102 Perry, James 102 Peter. Robbitta 90 Peters, Connie 112 Peters, Dale 90 Peters, James 1 12 Petersen, Rick 1 15 Peterson, Lauranna 102,179 Peterson, Sharon 90,179 Petrone, Andy 90 Pettey, Marsha 90,136,173 Pettoello, Patricia 90 Pharr, Ann 102 Phelps, Keith 1 12,115 Phillippi, Bruce 102 Phillips, Alan 90,136,186 Pichette, Albert 102,189 Pilarski, Hal 104,121 Pillsbury, Neoma 104 Piper, Nancy 104 Plumb, Melinda 104,190 Poetter, Richard 90 Poirier, David 90 Pomeroy, Steven 104 Poole, Bradley 1 12,180,181 Poole, Gregory 90,180 Port, Beverly 104,188 Porta, Margie 112,176 Porter. Teresa 104.1 12 Potter, Brion 112,121,128,134 Potter. David 90 Powers, Roseanne 104,166 Press, Maria 104 Priel, John 90 Pritchard, Chris 104 Prophet,John 104 Prosser, Colleen 90 Provinsal, Jane 90 Q Quarders, Gayle 1 12 Ouiggle, James 112 R Radmer. Gary Lee 112 Radmer. Jeanne 104 Radmer. Judy 90,136,139,173. 167 Radmer. Ronald 112 Rae, Joanne 69,138,172 Ramsey, Steven 104.121,124,190 Randal, David 115 Ratbite, Feverlee 90 Rau, Linda 90,179,166 Rauer, Rick 121 Rayon, Lawrence 90,132 Read, Kent 104 Read, Pam 1 12 Reagan, Ronald 90,185 Redshaw, Barry 1 12 Reed,Joyce 104,189 Reeder, Craig 112,185 Reel. Barbara 104 Rees, Cynthia 104 Rees,John 104,134 Reiber, Vicki 104 Reichelt, Sari 90,166 Reida, Jody 1 12 Renner, Christian 90 Renner, Valerie 104 Repp, Deborah 104,179 Retter, David 112,121,124 Reynolds, Michael 90,121 Rhea, Robert 112,187 Rich, Cynthia 112,184 Richards, James 104,115 Riehle, Kim 90,180 Rigney, Deana 104 Riley, Pamela 104,188 Riordan, Frank 90 Riordan, Kathleen 112 Riordon, Kathy 112 Riordan, Steven 90 Rip. Snorter 104 Risinger, Randy 90 Risinger, Richard 90,121 Risinger, Ronald 104 Roadruck, Roger 104 Robar, Scott 90,92,1 1 1 Roberts,Karen112.176 Roberts, Mardel 90 Robertson, Ramona 171,193 Robideaux, Mike 107,189 Robideaux, Karen 104 V Robideaux, Myrna 90 Robinette, William 90 Robins, Karen 104,140,187 Robinson, Fred 104 Rogers, Nancy 104 Roll, Steve 90 Roper, Marilee 136,139.172,188, 190 Rorberg, Steven 112.187 Rosanbalm, Clifford 104 Roseberry, Leroy 104,175 Rosenlund, Diana L. 90 Ross, Cheri 112 Ross, Kay 90 Ross, Stuart 104 Roth, Anne 112.1 1 5 Royal, Glenn 104 Royer, Richard 112 Roys. John 90 Rudolph, Gary 189 Rudolph, Vonne 90,171.188,190 Ruhs, Lester 104 Rupp, Monte 104 Rushing, Daniel 112 Rushing, Deborah 90,171,188 Runeberg, Rick 12 Russell, Pamela 90 Russell, Richard 104 S Sabado, Louise 112 Sacco, Ralph 90 Sailand, Vern 112 Salerno, Michael 90 Saling, Ronald 90,125,134 Salisbury, Karen 112 Sampson, Thomas 91,132 Samuels, Charles 104 Sandall. Jerry 91 Sandberg, Del112,121,124,136. 186 Sanford, Arlene 136 Sanford, Lloyd 1 12 Sarber, Richard 134 Sather, Marcia 104,132,134,135. 152,153,171 Saunders, Nancy 91,115 Sauser, Valerie 105 Saxton, Sam 105 Saywers, Robert 195 Schaber, Albert 91,121 Schafer, Gail Anita 103.179 Schafer, Gail Ann 105,140,179 Schafer, Randal 91,134 Schafer, Richard 134,153,185 Schell, Judy 91 Smith, Smith. Cindy 105,185 Connie 105,188,190 Smith. Connie Lea105 Smith, Edris 1 12 Smith, Guy 1 12 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith. Smith. Smith Jeannie 105 Michael 105,121 Nicholas 105,1 13,121,132 Peter 105 Philip 105 Ramona 115,184 Robert R. 92 Roger 1 12 Smith: sarah 105 Smith, Stephen 92 Smith, Timothy 92 Snider, Schilienger, Clifford 105 Schiffner, Martin 91 Schilling, Karan 185,166 Schmidt, Ronald 91 Schneider. Schneider. Schroeder, Alfred 105 Barbara 112,136,186 Charles 125,134 Schroeder, Debra 105,190 Schroeder, Schubert, J 1 73 Robert91,121 ames112,127,128, Schuenemann, Joanne 91 Schuh,Debra 112,136,186 Schwanz. Daniel 112,121 Scofield, Sandra 92,190 Scoles, Jack 92 Scott, Craig 92,120,134 Scott, Kathy 105 Scott. Lucy 105 Scott, Marilyn 92 Seger, Bonnie 105,132 Seger, Janet 1 12 Seibert, Elaine 92 Seidel, Richard 112 Seim, Patricia 1 15 Sekijima, Sally 92,136,139,165. 171 Sellers,Jon 105,121,134 Senter, Kerry 105,136,171 Serafine, Rosemarie 105 Sarafini, Thomas 1 12,121 Seymore, Connie 105,189 Shaffer, Robert 1 12 Shane, Kathleen 105,190 Shaw. Kelvin 105,167 Shaw, Lucille 105 Sheets, Michael 173 Shellabarger, Howard 112,121 Shelly, Donna 112 Sherouse. Deborah 92 Shields, Daniel 105 Shields, Diane 92 Shields, Joseph 112 Shinn, Christine 105,32 Shirkey, George 92 Shirkey. Steven 112,128 Shuford, Beverly 92 Selete, Steve 1 1 5 Shusko, Constance 92 Shusko, Diane 105,189 Sieber, Regine 92 Siegel, Marlene 136,186 Simons, Gloria 105 Simpson, Sherry 92,136,139. 156.1 76,167 Sims, Regina 105,179 Sims, Robert 112,121,128,138, 136,185,186 Sivills, David 105,114,115,122. 134 Sivills, Denise 132 Skinner, Jamie 105.185 Skogen, Cheryl Lynn 1 12 Slagle, Barbara 105,132 Slavens, Michael 112,121 Sloan, Kathy 92 Smith, Barbara 105 Smith, Christina 105,185 Sniokas. Peter 105 Snow, Deborah 105,189 Snow,Jay 112 Snyder, David 105 Somerville. Susan 92,115,139, 165,167 Sorenson,Dunny105,136.164. 176.1 85,186,133 Sorenson, Gail 105,132,188,191 Spalding, Linda 105,189 Spann, Laura 92,139,165,167, 1 72 Spellman, Sally 92 Spencer, Linda 112 Spoerhase. C. T, 105 Squires. Dave 105 Stafford, Randolph 105,189 Stalcup, Michael 92 Standaart, Ruth 92 Stannard, Bill 92 Starr, Rick 92,136,185,186.187 Staub, Ruth 92,190 Steele, Larry 105 Steenhard, David 92 Steenhard, Edward 93 Stegosauras, Stella 93 Stella, Debra 105 Stern, Charles 105,124 Stevens, James 93 Stevens, Karen 106 Stewart, Mark 93 Stewart, Roscoe 106 Stewart, Roy 93,188 Stichweh, Carl 106 Stickel. Gary 1 12,128,184 Stickelmeyer, Deborah 93 Stiles, Craig 93,133 Still, Charles 106 Stone, Dean 93 Stone, Denisa 106,189 Storms, Adriane 106 Storms, Peter 1 12 Stotts, Hugh 106 Strayer, Cindy 188 Strong. Larry 93,185 Stroud, Blanche 106 Stuart, Kathy 93,173 Stueve, Terri 106 Sturm, Paul 92.93 Sullivan, Janell 93,136,139,1 65, 173,179,190 Sullivan,Jay 92,93,12O,122,190 Summeralls. Jerraldin 93 Summers, Delbert 93 Summers, Edward 106 Summers. Evelyn 106,166 Sumner, Susanne 106 Sutherland, James 93 Sutton, Catherine 1 12 Sutton,Jeri 106 Swank, Lester 93 Swanson. Greg 121,189 Swanson, Jill 93 Swanson, John 106 Sykes, Jeffrey 106,121,134 T Taccogna, Frank 93 Taff, Linda 113 Talcum, Powdella 93 Tanner, Rebecca 113 Tanner, Terry 106,129,185 Tarbert. Karen 106 Taylor, Daniel 113,125 Taylor. Debra 93,141,173 Taylor, Kristi 106,132 Taylor, Leslie 93 Thomas, Bruce 113 Thomas, Mark 113 Thompson, Dona Lee 106,141 Thompson, Gary 106 Thompson,Jodine 113 Thompson, Marilyn 106,115 Thompson, Michael 113.121.124, 132 Thompson, Serena 106 Thompson, Theodore 106,132 Thoreson, David 128 Thoreson, Patricia 1 13 Thornburg, Terri 106,140 Tinnell, Michael 113 Tinnell, Randy 93 Tintor. Tina 106,132 Torstenson, Steven 1 13 Tower, Rebekah 106,136.186. 191 Tmver, Roberta 113 Towers, Patricia 113 E Tracy, Connie 93.140 Tracy, Terilyn 106 . Tremblay, Cheryl 1 13 Tripp, James 106 Trusty, Bruce 106 Trusty, Kim 195 Trusty. Tamara 1 13 Tucker, Hal 1 13,121,124 Turk,Jaime 113,176 Turner, Leeann 106 Turpen. Alan 188,190 U Unterseher, Linda 106 Usher, Herb 93 V Valentine, Glenys 106 ValenzueIa.Jose 113,121,135 Vanbelle, Juleann 113 Vancamp, Vernon 113,125,187 Vancleff. Jan 93,139 Vandeveer, Michael 113,121 Vanleuven, Karen 106,132 Verge, Debbie 106,132,136,173,167 Verge, Sherrie 93,138,139.167 Verhaag, Donna 106,188,191 Vineyard, William 113.124 Vulcano. Sandra 106 W Wagamann. Kathleen 93 Wagemann. Steve 93 Waggoner, Loren 93 Waggy, Dee 113 Wagner, Alan 93,129,132 Wagner, Bruce 106 Waid, Alan 82.93.132 Wakenight. Dee Ann 187 Wald, Duane 106,121.134,19O Wald, Jerome 93,134 Waldrop, Richard 93 Walker, Leslie 113 Wallace, Berry 106 Wallen, Mary 93 Wallis. Roy 93,12O.136,169,185. 186 Walsh, Marcia 93.223 Walton. Kathy 106,189 Walton, Robert 106,121,132 Warehouse, Mary 113,1 15,156,178 Warnke, Lamar 93 Warren, Ann 143,176 Warren, Richard 93 Watson. Nancy 93 Watson, Tanna 1 13 Watson, Timothy 113 Watts, Gaylene 179 Wavada, Christopher 93 Wavada, Jeannine 106 Weatharmon. Raymond 106.121, 189 Webb, Emerson 93,115,119 Webb, Michael 93 Webster, Diana 115 Weitz, John 93 Welch, Linda 106,188 Wertz, Robert 1 13 West. Trudy 93 Wastad, Lia 93 Wastad, Lesley 82 Wastad, Warren 106.129 Westfall, Denise 82.93,162,176. 177.167 Wheeler, Lowanna 106 White, Clarena 189 White, Isabel 93 White, Jewel Ann 93 White, Rhonda 113 White, William 113 Whited, Julie 93 Whiteside, Connie 136,139,165 171,1 76 Whitt, Bobby 113 Whitt, Lenora 93 Wialent, Keith 122 Wickens, Jana 106 Wickens, Shirley 115 Wieber, Thomas 120 Wilant, Keith 93,125,134 Wilant, Kenneth 113,135,187 Wiborn. Ronald 113 Wilcox, Jo Ann 93 Wilhelm, David 106 Williams, Debbie 1 13,136,184. 186 Williams, Richard P. 106,187 Willms, Kristie 93,173 Wilson, Barbara 106 Wilson, Daniel 106,133 Wilson, Virginia 113 Winestorfer,Jeff 1 13 Wissink, David 106 Wittrock, Jo Ann 93,139,141,17 Wohl, Stephen 93.120 Wold, Robert 93,120 Wood, David 106,132 Wood, Ricky 93 Wooldridge, Michael 106 Woolever, David 1 15 Worstell, Susan 93,176,190,191 Worthington, Carol 106,132,133 136 Worthington,Joann 113 Wright, Beth 1 13,189 Wright. George 188 Wright, William 106,189 Y Yaeger, Michael 93,120,134 Yedinak, Dorothy 93 Youngren. Keith 106,121,134 Z Zielinski, Dempsey 113 Zielinski, Evelyn 1 13 Zinnecker, Jane 106,175,189 Zieskem Judith 106 Zoeller, Ronald 125 Zwischenberger, Chas. 1 13.189 Zwischenberger, Patsy 93.190, 191 5-,,., l 5h0JkiQ 9 ease ., E r Sincere Thanks To: 'ima - new Ni.---1--2 r .He n son, Mr. Dale ' Pls s, nc., Burc e , ' I. . 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