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

 - Class of 1970

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WWJMMQ fwdffngwfwfylf mvfmfwmg JM. Sk QMMM yfybwfww , MW i wwf b AW , yd Wifvwfw Q ZZLZMWJ, QSM " , 1 Q: tamzmack Published by: i The Tamarack Staff '70, North Central High School, Spokane, Washington. ' ' V I. LXI No. 59 Printed by Pischel Yearbooks, Inc., Pasco, Washington. o We may live without poetry, music, and art, We may live without conscience and live without heart, We may live without friends, we may live without books, But civilized man cannot live without cooks. Owen Meredith These words aptly describe the affec- tion which everyone feels toward Mrs. Alice Gillespie to whom we dedicate this Tamarack. She has announced her retirement after faithfully serving this school since 1935. After her early years and schooling in Weiser, Idaho, she came to Spokane with Mr. Gillespie. Her compensation for the first assignment in the North Central cafeteria was reportedly twenty five cents an hour as a food assistant. She became head of the cafeteria in Sep- tember, 1942. Her daughter, Mrs. Dean Johnson, attended North Central and kept an anxious eye on her mother! After retirement we may assume she will spend some time in Billings, Montana, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and her two grandaugh- ters. Also on her list of activities will be caring for her mother, who lives with her, traveling, and some com- munity service Mr. Rodkey, Principal, had the following remarks to say about Mrs. Gillespie: "I doubt that any person who has ever worked at North Central was known by more students or was held in higher esteem. Some of her basic characteristics include sincerity, dedication, loyalty, friendliness, and charm. She has truly been successful. What greater praise can be said of a human being? All of us at North Central, past and present, thank you and wish you well, Mrs. Gillespie." . , V. ,. ,... . ,,,. . ...,. .... -.f::M...... .. was mmsisiesFwgsszllifmvzristzmgg .ll ccvuoiieuniis w ,MM , do Wwe School Life XJ V41 VUWWUW M 4 VQQJCQVV . ' Faculty VQIVQVVLQ, Qbwwwglg ! 18 MMM TWH M as Classes f ' Q' Sports WWWMWD 71 M3 ,ew 120 Activities M740 154 Productions 135 Advertisements 193 Index 216 Y b It tt th lg I bth Bly 59 L- Z'- fn Ili 'ii w,.w'fSm past year's state representatrves were, row: Connie Jo Whiteside, Debbi K pel, and Vo e Rudolph. Second D Lik ish, B bE Il. Never Look Down to Test the Ground Before Taking Your Next Stepg Only He Who Keeps His Eye Fixed on the Far Horizon Will Find His Right Road. Hammarkskjold Art tudent Steve Pomeroyi k g the potters wheel. V Seniors show spirit during first pep con Drama class students are seen working on skit during first period. Mrs. Yvonne Carter and Mr. Edward Luders are seen teaching Humanities, one of the new classes introduced this year to North Central. The Individual's Need in His Quest newmzzwfawawmwmwmaf,sf swwammw!memns wumm:Q .rs di iw 1-4-A W 4 ! fl Q a Right: Well if it ain't Lil' Abner, General Cornpone and little ole Daisy Mae. Right Below: North Central students helped bring happiness and joy this past Christmas to the children at the Cerebral Palsy home. Below: Students are seen preparing a Checkerboard as one of their projects in woodshop. lf' E, so Jackie Greenwood expresses the mood of many students around fourth period. Donna Newberg presents the Big Sister of the Year award to Marcia Sather as her little sister, Pam England, looks on. 5 sr Principal John Rodkey receives the Most Inspirational Player from KJRB's Mike Dalton while the rest of the Faculty Flyers look on. ,K .Q xpression I The Dress 0f Thought A. Pope - an --mm fn 'x-' ,ffilf-M.a1l.. wana-, .:ffV.:::aQ.f..nne::ri'L - - -wswiuax 'W f xwzwmnam f l 11, 1. fe, :sex , Above: Dan Maher sings and plays his guitar for entertainment during Mr. Jonas' homeroom. The Only Way To Have A Friend Is To Be One. Emerson ' ,Z t. ffww 4- -W---W.. VNV V. 5 " 4 , M M-, W, ,W WMQW 1 V Above: 'iThat will teach you to mess al'0l-Ind With Oufglflfflends-" Below: Here's Hoss Cartright Callas Raleigh Kephartj during a Senior Con rehearsal. Above: Many N.C. students attended the all-city art show this year at the Bon Marche downtown. fd rifirixiax U Q .5-qiiiwx fQQMGq,Ul'UQi ffietifygylgkd Mafia G' , ....,.,,... J .L W. F A 0 Q5 i N , uf ,.. Qoef?SiA1LQlM5vl4iiA .ZQQMWZ Q-we A ' ffl , W , uf f fckoeieiecyk 1- wbef K' X I ,o, f' ,mx i fi .f H. ii L fwffw M fu 2 Av., in , it W ., guise speck: lowly. ifwgyiee A . Q e W s l fn 'Qin . 7 if we nie. i, ffl-. iii wil . ft. . 'Qt 'segseefbg :Q .C-we QREQ fl Xew-. ei ..i Q 1- .- MN: re Q5 -.fn-.- CXXQC Xi 1 Q'X,,? . . -w ,. A Q .MSXQJ Cifksse- HGUR KQVLX .l ' V P F Na f -A , "ir . lik 'fQWlQIlfff,Q- 1515? ii we , Q is ' is reels.. ,aw ., e.,kx.,,x ,QTQ 3 ,X w, , ft f1 sf c i 2 l . . sh Q' N X KJX4-...LL me .55 Q ii fQXgwQe,3,.i X ipigwj-xxx v ou A 2. M 'WX i -t ao' a VQVQXQXJIXSEJ A ,KA gg . MMM A klfmeaoig X . , e Xi YTyqf7kQ:JX. QE-13, "ij i fi lf' A ,Nagy fi f ' ll ,I wx-:ff Above: Mrs. McHugo's Spanish class is seen enjoying this year's piriita party. Below: Determination and desire are shovyn on the expression of Paul Hamilton's face. Below: Retire to your local cafeteria for food and entertainment. . . .m -Wm-s -W - A - Reach Out l and Take E A Journey Into Today V H - ewmfszammassswmsaz Y ,...4-- 'TQ ! I 1 9 3 x Z I .f 4 LGEQQUHCEFRW 9 5 To Know How To Suggest Is The Great Art of Teaching Amiel John P. Rodkey, Principal At a meeting sometime ago, the speaker said that we erroneously think of a generation as twenty years. She said that today, five years constitute a generation! As we enter the decade of the 7O's, will we see really two generations, or will this be even accelerated? We speak loosely about the "Generation Gap", about the lack of communication with parents, about the double standards of society, and about all of the inequities in our country. We mustn't forget that it is easy to criticize, but few people give enough thought and effort to suggest something better! Every person must make a commitment about his attitudes toward his country, his family, his place of employment, and about organizations which he considers important to him. Many persons "freak out" of society. Mostly, however, North Central students have been proud to be a part of worthwhile ventures and to establish lofty goals for themselves. My question to each of us at North Central would say "What have you committed yourself to be and to do during the decade of the 7O's?" The life blood of America is awaiting your response. Wh The Secret of Education Lies in Respecting the Pupil. Byron Swanson, Dr. Albert Ayars, Evelyn Conrath J A r une nker Ruth Smith Semor SGCVQTEVY Clerk-typist Bookkeeper Friendly Counsel Cuts Off Many Foes Marjorie Jennings, Attendance clerk Helen Wayland Georgiana Backenstoe Anita SWGHSOFI B k ' oo room clerk Guldance clerk School VIUVSG He That on't Be Counseled an't Be Helped Franklin George Smith Kenneth Mhyre Vice-Principal Vice-Principal Patricia Butterfield Lorraine McNew Billie Nlclntu rff Robert Howard Kenneth Hagen David Birdsell Error Cannot be Defended But By Error, Untruth Cannot Be Shielded But By Untruth. Jewel Burrill Exl James Upchu h Gilbert Ba ey Mat J hsh I WilIiamNy p b kef Rb tB d Kathleen Lau bach i Cooks Are Not to be Taught in Their Own Kitchen. Fuller Back row, Alice Kruger, Marie Johnson, Edith Johnson, Lela D'Andrea, Viola Santora, Katherine Lanott. Front row, Corrine Hirst, Irene Ryals, Bonnie Birchill, Alice Gillespie, Marge Diffendorfer. Marie Johnson, head baker, Alice Gillespie, cafeteria manager, Viola Saritora, head cook. Harry Schumaker, head custodian, Dick Muzatko, night foreman, Austin McDonnell, chief engineer. l l The House Shows The Owner. Herbert Custodians, seated: Rose Crowley, Chuck Holloway, DeWayne Hiatt, Andy Holt, Harry Schumaker. Standing: Blaine Gill, Merle Scott. v .15 is YB N. k X' Yi i Nw XX XXQJ 'W . ii Q .Ni SQA Q Ng Xl .Xjlzx ix NK-., 26 F WW F- K Jerry Hughes Robert Bland AlvinQMeyer Dan Jones '-U Cabe i' Teacher Muriel Allison s Aids: Virginia Robinette, Nada Morse, Carol Haile, Lois Warehouse. Edward Luders Leonard Long i A ,r , . , , ig E 'Wim fr Es, ff U 1 5 i 25 2 X 1 s , 2? Gregory Sanford, History Dept. Head Histor Indeed Is the Witness of the Times, the Light of Truth. Cicero Richard Pelkie George Chalich f J ,, E513 . ,, A I ...fm ,,,, .. vfQfif,fq?2k' 2 1- , if 1 .1 -:',,,.- 1, ' 1 X . 1 1 ff ,, ' l .f,-'pg ,- . , we a --my 2 A412 4 ' Q we mf AQ 45 5 I +9 za - .fam V I -fg w a nf 'rr :ge ' fs. AS - - A ii .. it Q ,Min 1 my 9 . -ff" " - -,gwgqwp f A: A WW ,,Jg,,. H , W M ily? - 1 5 , V, ' f ,545 ' -e 2 . ,ffcw 3, fr ,gg 1 11" ,nr 1 .Z 33, , ww, dull: ' .. 5 ' ""' ,M ,Q -,4 f,,, V, rs, A at fu i PP 1 I, 4 X gg my Ni imp www 535 V V, 1 ef? ff f Q W, Q 1 M 1 fs, ,Wg W LJ r S S fee, M, ,f U? M safe! S if ,Sf 123 3 f mzcpffcif z., Q M 0 221, f gm r fpigfbi - 'Z A e wg2'?f,,5 4 3 , is ef' fi 'A .. 'f '9W349Q" 552W Qf W -1, :W -f f .- lg, wfxf '24 ,, 2 Jerry Hopkins Eugene Lister Del Jones Ronald Walker Home In One Form Or Another, Is the Great Object of Life. Margaret Gillingham Elizabeth Killingsworth Home Ec. Dept. Head I Marjorie Baylor Cleo Clizer Harriet Kresel i rf ' gf" ,-3151 f' fffl. f 1 ,.., , ,f ':.f,:-1? fjy,4,f1L-flfff A ,qlfff-Lifl f' 'xiii' --'LQ fx,-22. ?L,..-' ,f dlf' m2f'ilf"" . J ,V ,l , .-if 'J ,--"S ,ff-'7 " 'ff .1 :f'fQ.,.f" Men Love to Wonder And That Is the Seed of Our Science Emerso Dan Olson Dale Blair Science Dept Head ris ine osen Ch t V Raymond Simonson Esther Lancaster Orval The 1 n Joseph Tremblay, English Dept. Head Learn the Value of a Man's Words and Expressions, and You Know Him L I M Russel eyer Dean Rieken K 5 K s John Malterner Nancy Lindberg Michael Weir , QW i M .., Z Virginia McCarthy Orosia McHug0 Dorothy Murray Jean Smith Louis Hurst Vivian Hager ee S Carter Virginia Huggins Nancy Dungan Art Is the Desire of a Man to Express Himself to Record the Reactions of His Personality to the World He , ln' Joseph Jogggbaraigsgi mogtiglg Heagavid Betts Lowell i . 2 i Harold Thompson Boys' P.E. Dept. 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The Senior Class Representatives listen at a meeting to take the information back to their homerooms. W And .S E i , . Q , S 5 Q if 5, Working hard to keep the Senior Class in order, officers Jay Sullivan, president: Life is Never the Same Again MacDonald Sherry Simpson, treasurer: Mindy Haney, still find time to goto Corbin Park and play secretary: and Ron Saling, vice president onthe monkey bars. 39 Sigggfgfgfgggfgfwiwggfgfig F ROM D U SK 2?f9a?'i?'25fDvffD'?56fi?ofi'a?46iQ25ifQSS I 5 E J 1 2 5 3 F 5 X 1 5 E E i E TILL DAWN 4.0 tudent Connie Jo Whiteside Rank as computed on the basis of grades earned in freshman, sophomore junior and the first semester of senior year Students receiving 3.2 or better for five semesters in order of class rank. Sally Sekijima Kit Cutler Dorothy Combs Patricia Pettoello Donna Cozzetto JoAnn Wittrock Kandyce Krebs Kurt Horton Kathy Hovind Karen Gillogly Susan Eickmeyer Vonne Rudolph Joseph Hache David Orcutt Michael Hare Jeannine Fischer Carole Denison Laurie Gambill Catherine Haupt Karen Clark Mark Boswell Judy Radmer Victoria Bouten Sherry Simpson Kim Riehle Jodi Highbarger Junzo Nakagawa Kathy Erwin Douglas Elias Sherrie Verge Roy Wallis Laurel Graf Patrick Logan Edythe Faber Daniel Likarish Vickie Hitchocck Mary Lindeblad Steve Roll Dean Stone Denise Westfall Wendy Grothe Mavis Bierig Jane Ferrier Christine Gustman Gayle Arnzen Ruth Standaart Stephen Smith Janell Sullivan Constance Eller Merrilee Bonner Judith Jewell James R. Johnson Christine Colling Kathleen Krell Raleigh Kephart Marc Miller Ruth Beringer Kaye Davis Susan Worstell James Blake Denise Garrity Gregory Poole Linda Tracy Larry Abbott Patricia Abel Trudy Achziger James Ahrendt John Ahrendt Pamela Albee Barbara Alden Ronald Alfonso Karl Amdahl Linda Anderson Gloria Angel Gayle Arnzen Gayla Ashley Marsha Atwood James Auer Colleen Austin Dale Avery Russell Babcock Patrick Barclay Lauralee Bare Thad Bassett Doris Battin Darlene Benson Steve Berens Ruth Beringer Mavis Bierig Terrance Biggs Terri Bischoff Coleen Bishop Daniel Bivens Janet Bjaaland Thomas Blair James Blake lVlerrielee Bonner And he said, "Let there be spirit!" It looks like Ted Hill and Ron Saling took it to heart. John Bossio Mark Boswell Victoria Bouten Dewayne Bray Janet Breakey Janice Brophy David Brown Jerald Brown Karen Brown Mark Brunette Sharon Bryan Cathie Buck Kathy Burchett Martin Burnette Mary Burns Lori Bush Donald Bynum John Cameron 5 Seen between a fashion show, Gayle Coffin, Sherrie Verge and Saimecra Hefner compare outfits Hu' Carmel Campbell Karra Campbell Robert Campbell Steven Campbell Linda Cardone Denise Carney Cindy Carpenter Patricia Carroll Jean Carter Richard Cathey Catherine Cheselka Linda Chester John Chilson Leslie Christopher Mark Christopherson Karen Clark Stephen Clark Kathy Cline Gayle Coffin Christine Colling Richard Colman Dorothy Combs Timothy Connors Delores Connors ,.ggwM Q D Q 1 , V, ,,r,, 1q,,1,, A .D Q , H 'xii 2 L". Qj'f1.sg7j' 'f f 5 Travis Cox . ' , fisflffglri Yfff1L'1fl5Ye,f.wL?ez Donna Cozzetto if Catherine Cramer 7 , Jean Crossman is L 3 57,5vz 1 Q vwpwp-2S'f' ' "li 3:22151 2? 'l:"'?'f4Wiviefiszil'-1? " 7' 435165913 f',qg73Q525iulalii4g4ifagtl7Q "" E 1lfff+i2m,f lf fi ai.ErX,sezgs23ZfefQiafiff,1 ilszwggi A31 1 wxl'WVf : :-315:-1. ,M wsu.-wi,'I-:Q55'l'l57l:P Dennis Culnane Shella Culver Kit Cutler Larry Damm Michael Davey Brent Davis Kaye Davis Kim Davis Patricia Davis Terry Davis Brenda Decker Carole Denison The cheerleaders dance to Georgie Girl in the introductory wrestling con. Donald Dixon Paula Dorpat Robert Doughty Kathy Downey Susan Duncan Michael Dunford Cheryl Eckhart Linda Ehnes Susan Eickmeyer Douglas Elias HI Getting Mitchel ready for tha't time of the year, Great Pumpkins Sherry Simpson and Bob I put on their costumes. H , Constance Eller Wanda Elliott Dennis Emry Lynn Engle Mmm Kathy Erwin Franci Evans Shirley Evans Steve Evans lf W Us Robert Ewell Edythe Faber Deborah Fair Martha Fair Lane Farka Jane Ferrier Sheryle Fievez Cheryle Findley Dennis Finn Jeannine Fischer Janet Fisk Deborah Fitzpatrick Barry Folsom Deborah Ford Barbara Fordland Sharon Forness Doug Francis Cathe Franks Sharon Fredline Donna Galbraith Laurie Gambill Beverly Garcia Nova Garinger Denise Garrity ,,..,1,.pg 2q ' g3.'iii.'iEi Er.. x3 v f ,,' J, 4 is l 2 Ag' g ,E 6, z,qz'.:' H 2 fire ,iw , , 'N mm .. . . :wa n .rf S meg... ' . f fw m grills fag mucus, U q Y 7 -1 5, , m',,-1,77 .,,. 7.3- f,,gg,gf,, 5 if S . L?E.'l.E.?:Wlf'Qif?iE f 18 53 rg f iii if 1 1 . . if .Pa lex, W jr X we f I , 5 , 1 M sr 6 Riga' figrwmm ' i frgirriifriewgfiz . gfiim. .5 2' i v 'h" ,ggi , , ,f2,f, fer r, v . 41 Milsiiiivi 5 Uiigf ' sem. fm. f.. 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William Guyor Seniors Kim Ifyonnais, Rick Schafer and Dick Lewis teach the underclassmen to "respect" seniors. Donald Hadley ww Martin Hagen Gary Haile Paul Hamilton Julie Hanenburg Melinda Haney Douglas Hannas Charles Hanson Loretta Hanson Michael Hare Susan Harper Clyde Hartman Stephen Hartman Catherine Haupt Saimecra Hefner Craig Heimbigner Michael Henson if f Q If 1 if ,vm A 1-7, 2 if 1 , Gi! 7 -1 . 1 I .1 um ww, , 7 -w K fr as .. 2 X is 4" ill is I 'WWW David Herron Jodi Highbarger Ted Hill Susan Hipperson Vickie Hitchcock Craig Hobson Linda Hodges Curtis Hoogendijk Ronald Hoover Leo Horobiowski Kurt Horton Kathy Hovind Susan Howell Thomas Hudson Anna Hutchins Janet Iron Denise Jack Douglas Ja mme Scott Waggoner preparing to send out announcements, places his order. Judith Jevvelvl Steve Johns James Johnson Margaret Johnson Cheryl Johnson Deborah Johnston Donna Johnston Connie Jones W: Ann Juhnke Patsy Keene David Keller Jacquelyn Kelly Maureen Kenney Ronald Kensok Steven Kent Raleigh Kephart Linda Kienzle Debra Kimpel James King Robert King Darlene Kinnan Kathleen Kinne Donald Kirby Jerry Klein Steven Klein Robert Knight Timothy Kochel Terri Jane Koenig Why me? I didn't want it that bad!" says Raleigh Kephart. Debra Korling Keith Kornmeyer Joseph Kostelecky Kandyce Krebs Kathleen Krell Del mer Krous Steve Krueger Dennis Kruger Paula Larkin Carl Larson Douglas Larson Scott Larson Trudy Larson 5 Students show enthusiasm at a wrestling match. ' Roger Lawrence Eva Lee Renee Leppell Pamela Lewis Richard Lewis Daniel Likarish Mary Lindeblad Patricia Lindon Linda Lipp Patrick Logan Jack Louie Joan Louie Judith Louie Vicki Lovell Robert Lund Kim Lundberg Kim Lyonnais Tamala MaCurdy Pam Magnus Gary Mallon Stephen Mattie Roberta Mayther i iii? it gf f Q s s 'figs fag? ifegl ,Mews-awig-25 This is Santa's busy time of the year. Santa Tom Hudson listens while Debbie Taylor and Bruce Morgan place their orders. Kathern McCreary Rick McHenry Matt McLaughlin Robert Mc Lellan William McVaugh Robert McVey Dale Meador Laura Meller Deborah Merrell Michael Meyer Douglas Millar David Miller Lea Miller Marc Miller Proudly, the basketball team pose with their trophy for second place in the Christmas Tournament. af! Perry Miller Kenneth Mills Nancy Minor Robert Mitchell Lesley Mooney ,t..V , l. 3 Terry Morehouse Under the direction of general chairman Alan Waid, the prom committee chairmen plan to make the Senior Prom a "night to remember". 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Alan Phillips William Pitt Dennis Platz Richard Poetter Gregory Poole David Potter Colleen Prosser Ralph Pryor Judy Fladmer Linda Rau Ronald Reagan Sari Reichelt Susan Reichert Christian Renner Michael Reynolds Kim Riehle Frank Riordan Steven Riordan Richard Risinger Scott Robar Mardel Roberts Myrna Robideaux William Robinette Steve Roll lVlarilee Roper gm -'fm Kathy Rose Diana Rosenlund Kay Ross Vonne Rudolph Pamela Russell Ralph Sacco i I Supplying music for a dance and mixer is our own band, The General Delivery, consisting of guitarist Richard Coleman and Pat Barclay and drummer Mark Scalise. Michael Salerno Ron Saling Arron Sampson Jerry Sandall Nancy Saunders Patricia Scalf Deborah Scalise Albert Schaber Randal Schafer Richard Schafer Judy Schell Our two blind seniors, Jeanine Fischer and Denise Garrity work to get their homework finished Ronald Schmidt Janet Schneidmiller Q 2 9 Q x X K 5 x i "Well I don't!" saysbRaIeigh Kephart to Bruceivlorgan in a wrestling pep con. Robert Schroeder Steven Schroeder James Schubert JoAnne Schuenemann Sandra Scofield Jack Scoles Craig Scott Marilyn Scott S i E 71 Elaine Seibert Sally Sekijima Rodne Sevy Diane Shields George Shirkey Beverly Sh uford One of the last major events for the seniors is the Senior Breakfast. Mary Lindeblad and Carl Larson a ' ' Wai' VE 1 1 1,flaffikzffislfsf'QqQjfj'1QQj,, k f ' Wm, - .vu 1l,4wfmf:M--f, ,L 1 f, -,Nl -' .w fw,:s,.axz4s54xmrzxz-zgsfgg'7g4g'g fg1f5g,,'b f ,W Zrl S ,s.,ls,,l ,,lle,l.,l l I nmwfw eiiwikf? 'A 'vzissfiswml - K I ' , V , - K x ,VM ,l L, i-IL llHw1'g,'f,'.,1z ' f 'ffWawZ5S?3s2?2'2 ' f ' ' if do ,eigffwimzzfwigsz I Is: 'ww e ws ii 1- in ' .EY".if?:i'f25f: ' ,il ,J2Z'4-xximbi lbi"A7'LVfkt12 :1'. :' W 1 ' ' ' f K, ,W-syy wy , rl 2, , ' if-' AQ??1f'?u?ei?'41 V A 5 Q E35 Eg? 3 J gy M SQ M 5 f gk in W 94 gf SM P swarm, rg l ds, H 2, v if 4, 9 10 F law! 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Ronald Warner Richard Warren Nancy Watson wwlvmwwwgwmwm' W ,L "Oh no!" cries Leslie Christopher. "My term paper is due Monday!" is F Emerson Webb Michael Webb Kathleen Weisser John Weitz Making sure everything is perfect, Jan Van Cleef is an example of the seniors on that last, very important day. 2 Trudy West Deniee Westfall Clarence White Isabel White Sharon White Julie Whited Connie Jo Whiteside Kieth Wilant JoAnn Wilcox Kristie Willms A silhouette of a graduate. JoAnn Wittrock Stephen Wohl Robert Wold Rick Wood Susan Worstell Peggy Wren Barbara Wyrick Dorothy Yedlnak Sharon Young Ronald Zoeller Patsy Zwischenberger Chuck Friedland, Alan Phillips, Mark Albert, and Marty Schiffner Sweethearts of '70 Judy Jewell and Jay Sullivan Football Queen Mindy Haney and her escort Bob Ewell. 81 Making sure the last 7-up doesn't go to waste, Raleigh Kephart and Junzo Nakagawa, argue over the last E l' bottle. 1 "Homemaker of the Year" Gayle Arnzen checks to make sure her pie doesn't burn. 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Some of the disappointments consisted of a loss to Lewis and Clark in a very close game and a defeat by Ferris. Injuries kept the braves from their full potential. The Indians finished up the year with a disappointing overall 2-7 record for the year. Next year's prospects look very good for head coach Jerry Martin. Returning, among many lettermen, will be sophomore quarterback, Dave Retter, and leading ground gainer, Barry Lines. Managers: Emerson Webb, Carl Greer, Mike Almond, Victor Kane, Gary Hoff, and Mike McAllister. Retter ru ns it in. Line first row: Terry Morehouse, Kevin Morris, Roy Wallis, Steve Pat Breeden, Steve Hartman, Steve Wohl, Steve Ramsey, Jay DeLong, Mark Brunette, Bruce Morgan, Aaron Dickey, Bill Schaber, Sullivan, Dennis Fin, Dan Cosby, Craig Scott, Bob Walton, Mike Chuck Broadwell, Bryon Potter, Jim Carter, Ray Lindsley. Row 2: Thompson, Ed Gladder. - ,, fifi .LUIS , . 552 5 'ii 'Tf' .1 ' . .. K 1 f fm xii Il-fi' f :f Fi. 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Row 2: Dave Griggs, 4:ff!r,i:v5 wit if T Stephen Arnion, Ted Adams, Bob Sims, Bob Sertz, Mark Robbins, Chuck Zwischenberger, Ed Giraud, Chuck Filippini, Vern Zielinski, Dave Denbroder, Steve Caro, Coach Ron Walker. Row 3: Cliff Live and Learn. Unknown SCOV6. The second time the two met, the B's from North Central came through again with a 14-6 score. Those two games were the bright spots of the season and the B- Gary Schilling, Eugene Sykes, Rick Monahan, Doug Altenburg, Rocky Cumbie, Dave Nesbitt, Keith Arp, Rick Davidson, Jim Snell, Steve Nepean, Chris Anderson. Row 3: Coach Joseph Schau ble, Coach Michael Weir, Coach Keith Cabe, Jeff Andrus, Tim Eickstadt, Steve Larkin, Joe Shields, Mark Hipperson, Dave Rae, Mike Richmond, Mike Vandeveer, Bryon Horrell, Nick Smith, Bill Janssen, Howard Shellabarger. squad finished up with a 2-5-1 record, the tie being against Ferris. The leading rusher was Daryl Abbott. Award winners were Dan Elias, Captain, and Jay Duncan, inspirationalwinner. Downey, Dave Silver, Dan Trujillo, Bob Peterson, Monte LaBrie, Fred Marston, Rick Hardy, John Greenwood, Brent Horton, Dave Swindell. Left to right: Ted Zielinski, Brian Cahalan, Ed Summers, Dick Brown, Jerry Wright, Mike Cardwell. To Return the Compliment. This year's tennis team started out very well and kept improving as matches went by. Coached by Mr. William Nye, the tennis team ended in a tie for third place. The stalwarts on this years team were Dan Wilson and Craig Stiles. Gilbert Dan Wilson serving. .. -,:P:Z1',-s5 :.-- . " ,E '. r- , ' V I.: sW:E,ifeJk.f' 'Hz A 'V , 'mit :Elf',v.15,. .gp5?52?Qf1Sff'::EEP2sEr,fg,kQ,,::-1,,,: ,,.,,, """ W" i ' - : .ii f ':zJg:":-f' . ,. ..., . . M W -, ,,f5. .5 1, V . .. '1'i'55??'1i ,":',.1-jggZf'fg51H'H-".:. ---. ,f::,n...4, , , I Mm' -, ,... T ' T "" i B :5,. " f.'ff22.f-,i'. i. -- E : R 2" 1 PZ- .r1.--"ZS-22.7253-'. ' - , ' i'i' fi t.'i -.. ' fi ,-.. -, .ZVAV 51'-aa. 5figQiifL,fgffgi1ggg'' . eri.. 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This marked the first time in fourteen years that N.C. defeated Rogers, Coach Long's alma mater. With just a few seniors leaving the team, the future looks very promising. Freshman Ken Henry should rate very high in the city league in the coming years. Picking off the team awards this year were three year letterman Ron Saling, captain, and Paul Hamilton, most inspirational. First row: Dave Sivills, Bill Funk, Dan Edmonds, Bill Krohn, Ken Henry, Duane Nelson, Martin Hansen, Paul Hamilton, Bill Reid. Back row: Bob Cooney, Bill Guyor, Ron Alronso, Brian Brown, Don Perry, Gene Hayden, Ken Willant, Mike Meyers, Keith Willant, Ken Caton, Jim Greene, Charles Schroeder, Dennis Lefors, Coach Long. Pat Logan practicing his putting stroke. The golf team, led by captain Bob Mitchell, showed a few of the city squads very tough competition during matches at local golf Beat About the Bush. Mirbeau courses. Other prominent players included Pat "putter" Logan and Dave Boyson. Showing perfect form is senior Bob Mitchell. Coach Robert Barnard was very optimistic about the spring round in the city league. Left to right: Chuck Stern, Keith Dudley, Terry Crissey, Bob Mitchell, Patrick Logan, and Coach Barnard. The Game's Up This year's seniors are Pat Logan, Warren Morrison, Bob Doughty, Uick Lewis, Scott Garske, Gary Mallon, Jay Sullivan, Dave Herron, Mike Hare, Steve Patterson, Mike Hache. At times this year's team looked like a professional group of ball players. Other times the breaks just wouldn't come, as in the game against Wenatchee. With one second left North Central was behind by two points. Dave Herron rushed down under the basket and Pat Logan threw the ball from half court. Herron got the ball and with two men on him made the basket as the buzzer sounded. But after all that effort, N.C. lost in the over time. There were several standouts on the team. Herron and Scott Garske were the second and third leading scorers in the league, respectively. Herron made all-city first string and Garske, all-city second string. Herron and Logan were picked by Shadle as all-city candidates. The only junior that lettered was Duane Wald. Shakespeare When it comes to getting the ball Gary Mallon dwarfs his opponents. Scott Garske hooks a shot against Ferris. Wt gif, 1 gig r 455- 3 zkwlaf. 'f5.""'N'3'wv.L, N ' fm .. K if iii N, First row from left: Chuck Carver, Jack Parker, Gary Luft, Richard Giraud, Gene Geng, Garry Vineyard, Dan Fitzsimmons, Cam Mitchell. Second row: Coach Chalich, Chuck Northcutt, Del Sandberg, Dave Retter, Mike Martin, Mike Thompson, Curtis Lind, Mark Hipperson, John Eschenbacher, Chuck Flatbush, Marty Robinette, Joe Lunzer, Mike Richmond, Roger Blizzard, Mgr. Steve Caro. Coach Chalich had a fairly successful season this year. Because of some unlucky breaks the team only placed third even though Coach Chalich said that this was his best team yet at N.C. Heading the team's scoring was Del Sandberg. Prospects for Varsity next year are Curt Lind and Mike Thompson as forwards. This was Coach Long's first year as frosh Basketball coach. He stressed teamwork and it seemed to work. The team placed fifth in a nine team league. Mike Martin watching for an opening to get a shot. Front row from left: Bob Wood, Bruce Perno, David Lunzer, Craig White, Scott Torrisi, Gordon Litzenberger, Chris Jones. Back row: Don Graham, Dale Ferguson, Rocky Lumbi, John Greenwood, Ken Pegg, Steve Crull, Rod Smithson, Fred Marston, Coach Long, and Dave Pennington. Front Row: Karl Gabsclyl, Mike Inman, Kevin Morris, Bruce Morgan, Vern Zelinski. Row Two: Brian Glenn, Dave Miller, Gary Hill. Row Three: Ray Kellog, Curtis Miller, Ron Zoeller. Row Four: Richard Lystad, Coach Diedrick. . 1 ' , ' ' l i -. .,,,,,.,ll , , 'JJ s'Wifliff':eil :'t.:ew.l-ss Lili Ml M f 1 if f. , 6 K , N tier, its H f ,rv T J . 5 .. 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Culnane Even though North Central had several outstanding wrestlers, the lndian grapplers could manage only a fourth place finish in City League standings. In su b-district competition the N.C. wrestlers finished in third place, second at district and tied forfeighth at the state meet. Dennis Culnane and Ben Ashley were chosen to wrestle for the Spokane Team against the touring Japanese National Team. Jim Shu bert was picked as an alternate. Below: Ben Ashley has the right idea but couldn't quite get the pin. Ben won easily 8-2. x f ,55i.Q,J'- :A N.-.1 Right: The Junior Varsity squad included, left to right: first row: Terry Cressy, Bill Johnson, Bill Funk, Shep Huff, Greg Squires, Dan Elias, Mark Brown. Second row: Walt Hefner, Bob Simms, Peter Northcutt, Keith Youngren, Eugene Sikes, Ed Gladder, Ray Lindsley, and Steve Ramsay. Left: Assistant coach Mike Weir and head coach, Jim Upchurch, decide the weekly honor of Stud and Slug of the Week. Right: Wrestling man- agers included, Ieft to right: Brian Brown, Emerson Webb, Carl Greer, Vic Kane, and Gary Hoff. all Left: The B squad included, left to right: Ted Zielenski, Allen Cressy, Jim Piper, Paul Durham, Merrit Anderson, Kim Smith. Second row: Paul Jones, Steve Shirkey, Doug Altenburg, Ken Catton, and Lloyd Wallen. I Took To Heels Terence First row: Scott Garske, Jay Sullivan, Dave Herron, Duane Wald, Keith Youngren, Bob Ewell, Barry Lines, Mark Boswell, Ron Saling, Dave Sivills, John Greenwood. Second row: Dave Scholler, Gary Mallon, Charlie Schroeder, Tom Hudson, Marty The track season started off with an exceptionally large turnout. Coaches Lister and Martin agreed that the enthusiasm was high and Robinette, Dick Lewis, Keith Wilant, Gary Luft, Jay Dravland, Bob Becker, Brion Potter, Jerry Wald. Third row: Paul Crouch, Dan Elias, Ken Henry, Gene Robison, Tim Boles, Don Perry, Keith Kornmeyer, Kim Clark, Kurt Caton, Larry Collins, Kevin that the team looked better than in the past few years. Strong contenders for all-city were Randy Schafer in the 880, Scott Garske in Boles, Chuck Northcutt. Fourth row: Mike Valentine, Dempsey Zielinski, Bill Krohn, Brian Brown, Pat Breeden, Dan Edmonds. Gene Ge-ng, Bill Funk, Paul Hamilton, Dan Fitzimmons, Steve Arnzen, John Sellers, Mark Crull. the shot put, Mark Boswell in the pole vault, and Duane Wald in the hurdles. Frosh coach, Mr. Hurst, assisted with the varsity also. Coaches Hurst Lister and Martin teaming First row: Kurt Schoenburg, Loren Grumbly, Eugene Sykes, Lou Maly, Bill Reid. Second row: 1 , 1 David Pennington, Tim Gower, Jon Sykes, Gene Hayden. UPT0 produce 3 fine track Team- E 2 A s S 2- 3 Hanging in mid-air is Marty Robinette who easily clears the bar. Tom Hudson, with all of his strength, tries On his way to a successful jump is Larry Collins. to place the shot as far as he can. Jerry Wald and Dick Lewis are off as they race in the high hurdles. l The turnout for Coach Schauble's team was rather small. But as the season got started more boys began to take interest. Coach Diedrick was very happy about the turnout. The frosh looked ambitious as they proceeded to have a fine season. With a look of determination, Jim Perry delivers the pitch. First row: Tom Bell, Chip Cross, Jack Parker, Steve Ramsey, Randy Johns, Paul Mutton, Ken Brown, Bob Wertz, Brad Bosch, Joe Mike Vandeveer, Jim Perry, Dave Denbroder, Lunzer, mgr. Bob Gower. Second row: Coach mgr. Eric Jacobson. Schauble, Chuck Philippini, Steve Delong, W FE ti t 25' 3 Ci N51 ,,Xf,,5,, .ff-ti i , . . -iiwstisi fi we-M I E A if 'YES 5 5 First row: Dan Walsh, Chuck Carver, Hal Hudson, Mel Bouten, Scott Terisi, Ted Zielinski, Paul Jones, Reed Lawton. Second row: Coach Diedrick, mgr. Gary Radmer, Jim Davis, Fred Marston, Doug Altenberg, Rocky Cumbie, Bob Wood, Tom Guscott, Craig White, mgr. Allen Crone. Competition for every position was very keen this year with an exceptionally large amount of pitchers. Coach Manfred was pleased with the depth the team had. Seeing most of the action were pitchers, Gary Bouch and Jim Carter. The team included many sophomores, all of whom saw lots ofaction. First row: Daryl Abbott, Mike Hare, Jay Duncan, Cliff Caton, Jeff Brown, Bob Culnane, Steve Wold. Second row: Mark Kraay, Gary Bouch, Dave Retter, Del Sandberg, Doug Jamme, Dan DiCicco, Mike Thompson, ,Mike Dunford. Third row: Coach Manfred, Dennis Culnane, Jim Carter, mgrs., Mike Slaven, Dave Keller, Steve Hartman, asst. coach, Marv Richardson. And ow The Pitcher Holds The Ball, BS -Us Siriiifi' - Sit Swim st . xslt iii ,ta .. Sophomores, Dave Retter and Jay Duncan did a lot of relief pitching. Daryl Abbott provided the team with the best base running. Mike Thompson and Del Sandberg also gave much support to the team. The leading hitters were Mike Hare, Steve Hartman, and Mike Dunford. In a recent practice Dan DiCicco grabs the throw at the plate. Steve Hartman saves the game with a seventh inning extra effort. Mike Hare covers the plate as Dan DiCicco picks up pointers. And ow He Lets It Go Earnest Thayer Fighting for a chance to play third base in the next game are Mike Dunford and Mike Thompson. Bob Ewell Football, Captain Honorable mention-Review Wrestling-157 pounds Mr. Hustle 2nd su b-district lst district Track, 440 Scott Garske Football, lst team Review 1st team Chronicle Blocking Award Basketball, 2nd team Review 2nd team Chronicle 2nd team Christmas tournament Leading rebounder Craig Pearsall Football, Apache Award Leading Scorer Craig Scott Football, Lineman of the Year Jay Sullivan Football, Honorable Mention-Review Joe Kostelecky Wrestling-106 pounds inspirational Award Co-captain Best from neutral Undefeated City Matches 3rd Su b-district 1st District 3rd State Mike Hare Football, Tackling Award Baseball, Captain Steve Hartman Football, lst team Review Outfield Mark Boswell Wrestling-148 pounds 2nd team Chronicle Best from disadvantage Lineman ofthe Year lst Su b-district Baseball, Pitcher 1st District Outfield 4th State Track, Pole-vault Jim Shu bert Wrestling-130 pounds Co-Captain Undefeated City Matches Alternate Spokane Team lst Su b-District 2nd District Ben Ashley Wrestling-136 pounds Best from Advantage Greater Spokane Team 2nd Su b-District 2nd District Dennis Culnane Wrestling-115 pound Greater Spokane Team 2nd Su b-District 4th District Baseball, 2nd Base Randy Schafer Track, 880 Dave Herron Basketball, Captain Free-throw Trophy 440 ' lst Team Review Relays lst Team Chronicle 1st Team Christmas Tournament Christmas Tournament Scoring Record Pat Logan Basketball Barry Lines Track, High Jump 3rd Team Christmas Tournament LongJump Inspirational Award Relays fa- rm-r,,gizf.i' wifi?wstizsiilzis-Qzilfriea - inf. ., 1,,,,p,.,,,r.,W S-my 451,21-V -Ugg ky.-,..,r,Q,,,g i t EStr',Qflg-Peril1552? ,li 'siiiiii 'aff 1 f Wivfsfii - gy, 2, ' W ,5,,42g,g , J . , . ,r sxs.:.sf Wg tsQ,'ft'Lg1'Kfi5,?7,'iqgge, 1 ,V A J2'fii'gTlfef , ggif fi is ii l i ' ' ' ,fag Q, gm , --2':ffa,'1ig,:fgegf5f2,w .V-- at t , A ,e1f2iifrQ2r,w:f f .,,-,1r, ,wi.i'faef tliitstiiwii V- I wer 2211112 wmv ' I gigliggiis filtftfgggg, r.ff-ilwftf ifiiiztis .rf lwgi'i,'.1',iiLff ilffilflf 7 W r :fa 3: iiifiiizstr--i'ff-1'f A -'Wilt E .f, , M H f cgi: ,rs2Niffi1.f,:'-42.3 tw-iliirgig v ,. .,.,.,,, ,,,' - ,fir-31, t,,fi,.', , .-,, V,,,, . V A , MA ir , " -. .Z ,WWW if-V ' ' c5','?".L'5'Z'??f'?WfthM,W,... " Bob Doughty Basketball, Inspirational Award Mike Dunford Baseball, 3rd Base We Are The Spirits Of Another Sort Shakespeare ,Wu f r"" mmm ,. ...W M., s -- W Skating: Wednesday, P.E. classes enjoy roller skating. Twirling: Every Friday many girls turn out for twirling taught by the Girls, every bit as athletic as boys, show their abilities every night after school at various intramural sports. Girls are offered everything from bowling to twirling. This year, North Central is especially proud of the number one Volley Ball Team and the new Varsity Gymnastics Team. majorettes. Bowling: This year Tuesdays and Wednesdays were League Nights for North Central's girl bowlers. Gymnastics Team: Front Row: Eileen Anderson, and Nadine Bradshaw. Back Row: Jill Gambill, Pam Russell, and Cheryl Garbarino. Volleyball Team: Front Row: Bridget Kenney, Mrs. Lill, Sue Kostelecky. Second Row: Mary Mabrey, Sue English, Cheryl Ryals,-Carol Worthington, Sheila Culver, Arlene Sanford. Back Row: Pam Kostelecky, Kay Davis, Dee Coffin. Helen McAfee, Sharon Husby, Deanne Hustad, Rosemary Bierig, and Marsha Munyan. We've Got The Pep! No Co Ho So. Pep Club Officers and Advisor: Front six from left to right: Mrs. Vosen, President Connie Smith, Secretary Kathy Clark, Treasurer Sharon Griffith, Historian Kathy Walton and Sergeant at Arms Colleen Knutsen. Not pictured is Vice-President Cheryl Eckhart. "Yea!" Yells the Pep Club after N.C. racks up another victory. A new addition to North CentraI's cheering unit is the Pep Club. Wearing red short sleeved sweaters and black skirts with red inserts, Pep Club shows their spirit at all sports events. Each month they present the "Miss Spirit Award," to the girl who shows the most pep and spirit. Their advisor is Mrs. Vosen who has spent a lot of time working and helping the club. The club has over one hundred members and membership is open to any girl willing to attend and cheer at the games. 44 They Can Because They Think They Can. Who placed number one in the city wide school tennis competition this fall season? Ask any girl tennis player on the N.C. varsity Team and she'll tell you proudly that it was N.C. lt's partly due to their dedicated tennis coach, Mrs. Lucille Lill, and the dedication and determination of the members of the varsity team themselves. All year: The top of the "B" squad has given the bottom of the varsity a lot of competition. There were several interchanges of positions during both seasons. In the spring, a major change in scheduling was inaugurated. A single round robin of nine singles and nine doubles matches was played by each school. This enabled more girls to have the fun and experience of competition in both events and should improve the caliber of girls' tennis in the city. Even in the rain Janell Sullivan can play a good game of tennis. Vergil 5 The fall number one tennis team in the city. Front row: Marsha Munyon, Kathy Morris, Sally Sekijima, Barb Fern, Sue English, Debbie Lucas. Middle row: Joane Christenson, Karen Robbins, Deanna Hustead, Sheron Husby, Karen Byrd, Sherry Simpson, Julie Martinson. Back row: Kerry Senter, Kay Davis, Arlene Sanford, Gayle Coffin, Dee Coffin, Sheila Culver, Janell Sullivan, and Jane Ferrier. Below: Tennis Captain, Gayle Coffin leading the team on to victory. To Love the Game Beyond the Prize. Girls' Varsity Golf: Front row: Dorothy Huey, Judy Carver. Back row: Coach Mr. Simonson, JoAnn Worthington, Pam Magnus, Sue Eickmeyer, Marilee Roper, and Marsha Pettey. Newbolt Girls' golf, coached by Mr. Simonson, is a two season sport. The girls practice three nights a week at Downriver Municiple Golf Course. Competitive golf matches fall on Tuesday, ending with a Fall and Spring city tournament involving all the city league schools. Although the girls turning out are few in number, they all have a lot of spirit and dedication to a sport which they will enjoy the rest of their lives. They learn sportsmanship, a competitive attitude, and how valuable golf is in acquiring new friends. Below: Number 1, Marilee Roper practicing perfect form. Above: Marsha Pettey helping Pam Magnus develop proper swing. True Front row: Sharon Emter, Cindy Jacobson, Debbie Lucas, Connie Othmer, Carolyn Carney, Diana Eakins, Debbie DeLoach, Joan Christensen, Barb Ferm, Ann Warren, Marcella Nelson, Marsha Munyah, Dorothy Huey. Row 2: Jamie Turk, Margie Porta, Barb Carney, Deanna Hustead, Rae Beal, Mary McClellen, Pam Correll, Pam Kostelecky, Rosemary Bierig. Row 3: Helen McAfee, Bobbi Colomb, Dee Coffin, Brenda Dasovitch, Janet Seger, Julie Stueve, Nancy Gustman, Sandy Haskins, Bev Wilcox, Julie Bonnie Conner, Mary Ellen Warehouse, Nodland, Kay Davis, Sharon Husby, "Hey," says Debbie, "Why did he get two points?" Left to right: Debbie DeLoach, Barb Carney, Mary McClellen, Pam Kostelecky, Rae Beal, and Dorothy Huey are B-Squad Cheerleaders. Spirit Color Girl Officers left to right: Julie Stueve, Chariman Bobbi'CoIomb, Rosemary Bierig, Cindy Jacobson, Kay Davis, Nanci Dee Coffin, Sharon Husby, Marcella Gustman, Chairman Janet Seger, Nelson. , W s Spirit, pride, enthusiasm and action all describe the N.C. Color Girls watching a game. Janet Seger and Rae Beal are thrilled after a basket. I Have Friend Red Feather Officers: Debbie Verge Jan Van Cleef KP.?n7jK!niuYtsohlConnie Martin Back r , , , VVAeb wmv M 71 l . ow: JoAnn Wittrock, Sue Hipperson, Sherrie Simpson, Raleigh Kephart, Ruth Beringer. Better known as the Indian Girls, North Centrz Central in service, spirit and activities. l l Fall Chairman:Jodi Highbarger. Below:truefriendsh- 148 Front Row: Kathy Morris, Sally Sekijima, Pam Albee, Janie Ferrier, Marilee Roper, Jan Van Cleef, Trudy Larson, Martha Fair, Judy Radmer, Laurie Gambill, Sherrie Verge Mary Lindeblad LaurieLee Bar S R , e. econd ow: Kandyce Krebs, Debbie Taylor, Raleigh Kephart, Kathie Krell, Debbie Kimple, Paula Larkin, Linda Ehnes, JoAnn Wittrock, Kathy Hovind, Sameicra Hefner, Jodi Highbarger, Ruth Beringer, Karen Nodland, Susan Somerville. Third Row: Pam Magnus, Connie Jo Whiteside, Debbie Johnston, Chris Gustman, Sue Hipperson, Judy Jewell, Sherry Simpson, Gayle Coffin, Sue Griffith, Dorothy Combs, Christine Colling, Mindy Haney, Donna Johnston, Karen Gillogy, Donna Newberg, Janell Sullivan. l l 2 . o o In plflt Land Feathers, are as every year, behind North 'F i Whitter 'iii Red Feathers backing the team during Basketball Season. Spring Chairman, Gayle Coffin. ws true spirit. Front Row: Melinda Grimm, Karen VanLueven, Connie Martin, Cheryl Garborino, Sharon Pasicznyk, Sue English, Dona Thompson, Margeret Allan, Bonnie Seger, Judy Carver, Penny Mitchell, Marcia Sather, Pam Brownlow, Sue Kosteleck . ,Flow Two: Chris Glenn, Lorelee Bauer, Mary Mabery, Debbie Verge, Jane DeGues,sQQaQnl,K3y,t,S,Qn? Cindy Kegley, Patty Keel, Jill Gambill, Karen Brooks, Vicki Baca, Terri Stueve, Alanna Borgan, Barb Slagje. Row Three: Margo Hohnwaldt, Carol Worthington, Bridget Kenney, Sue Larson, Vicki Natwick, Kathy Besecker, Chris Angus, Barb Wilson, Denise Sivills, Jean Farquarson, Debbie McBride, Tina Tintor, Gail Sorenson, Kris Taylor, Cindy Gates, Brenda Larkin. Nothing Great Was Ever Achieved Without Enthusiasm. a 2 Emerson , When it comes to spirit, pep, and ability you can't beat Kathy Morris, Kandy Krebs, Sherrie Verge, Debbie Kimple, Chris Colling, Saimecra Hefner, and Laurie Gam bill, the N.C. Cheerleaders. 5 Here are the cheerleaders promoting spirit at a pep con. , Relaxing after a hard football game is Football Chairman, DebbieAKimpel. "That's the way to go boys!" yell the cheerleaders for the football team. Above: Sherrie Verge, Baseball Chairman and Kandy Krebs, Track Chairman. Ambition Has No Rest. Bulver-Lytton if 'ff . ew.. ' :W A X. ws-fm. .wail A ,gtg , Q f ,,fwf.mm 2 Nigorettes: Marcia Sather, Kathy Hovind, Kathie Krell, Lauralee Bare, Chris Glenn, Margo Hohnwaldt, and Paula Larkin taking a break from a a time stunt. W ' "TX I Chairman, Kathy Hovind, Junior Majorettes: Margo Hohnwalt, Chris Glenn, and Marcia Sather. RG? Senior Majorettes: Kathie Krell, Lauralee Bare, and Paula Larkin. "Ambitious" describes this year's majorettes. Their year began early when they attended twirling camp in Leavenworth, Washington last summer. Long summer practices really paid off as they appeared in all the halftime stunts, Lilac Parade, and various Girl's League and Talent Club functions. There were some new features added this year including beaded arm bands and a majorette scrapbook. '- f"?:':. : ': 2 42 5 . . girlie-tv -L 'will W . ,. -5 I L. - Q5 we c . L Majorettes: Margo Hohnwaldt, Lauralee Bare, Kathy Hovind, Kathie Krell, Paula Larkin, Chris Glenn, and Marcia Sather supposedly practicing. 'l 5 ll l U l l r i l . 3 l it 13 l ... l 5 li i L3 l-in-..., If X, 'S- The better part of every man's education is that which he gives himself. J.R. Lowell f T a1 i1cf:iF5wiiFicQ e2 N 41 "1 X ,Mi iw! , X sz-"K .qgzlez . -':5r':. YK WM, - I :E .. , my-f wmiwf i ?Qt..s,ewieg?lsev.ff4 swf, wfgsft it ,e gs, QF' ,. -.N A - Q P M P? ,. f- ! ig?" N W fs , sa Y KK .W mx - .. . Nt N ,Q N we an Linda Rau Karen Clark Kathie Stuart Paula Larkin V Rod Kent Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Head Photographer Laura Meller Kris Willms Karen Brooks Al Schneider Advertising Manager Photographer Junior Business Manager Photographer Steve PafteI'S9n Jean Crossman Tami MacCurdy SCHOOI Llfe EdIT0F Faculty Editor Faculty Editor ' in-HT-fag Mary Lindeblad Girls' Sports Editor Lauralee Bare Girls' Sports Editor Above: Tamarack advisors Mrs. Barbara Eddy, Mrs Lynette McGarry and Mr. Joe Jonas. So Little Done- Positions on the '69-'70 Tamarack staff were chosen in the spring in order to get an early start on production of this year's annual. The staff met several times during the summer to discuss the colored picture section and to choose a theme. When school started, section editors began planning their sections, scheduling pictures and writing copy. Advanced sales of the book were conducted in October and the cover Mavis Bierig Kathy Nash Kathy Erwin Leo Horobiowski Dennis Culnane Classes Editor Classes Editor Productions Editor Productions Editor Productions Editor Jan Van Cleef Marge Northcutt Ric Schafer Jerry Brown Dick Lewis H Senior Class Editor Senior Class Editor Boys' Sports Editor Boys' Sports Editor Boys' Sports Editor ' So much to do. Rhodes design was completed. December brought the first major deadline, stimulating a flurry of creative activity. Watching over all this work was new Tamarack advisor, Mrs. Lynette McGarry, assisted by Mr. Jonas with photography and Mrs. Eddy with the art work. ln the spring, a trip was made to Pasco, Washington to visit the publishing company. Tamaracks were distributed to the students toward the end of May. :. " ' N it K A xx mei. Marty Fair Cheryl Eckhart Activities Editor Activities Editor Randy Schafer Art Editor Terry Morehouse Art Editor Above: Mr. John Rodkey, principal, addressesameeting oftheASBcouncil. Below: Cl-,an es in the Dr g ess Code, as approved by the ASB, allowed girls to wear pants to school in cold weather. ASB Changes i Election Rules To receive valuable leadership training, fall ASB officers, Ted Hill, Randy Schafer, Lauralee Bare and Judy Jewell went to Twinlow and Vashon Leadership Camps this summer. ASB activities in the fall were the annual Get Acquainted Mixer and the Football Festival Dance held as a benefit for Jeff Sykes and Cheri Ross, two N.C. students injured in football and car accidents. The holidays brought the Thanksgiving Con, featuring TV's,Mr. Clary Wright and the ASB Christmas Dance, "Snowball." Besides these events, the ASB council approved a Dress Code which allowed girls to wear pants to school in the winter. North Central was the first school in the city to adopt such a code. A juke box was installed in the cafeteria and the council made changes in the constitution to permit officers to run for a second term. Three officers did so in January and were re- elected. The spring semester officers presented a carnival in March and a pay con in April at which a mountain climber was the guest speaker. Below: Fall Fifth Executive, Ben Ashley and Spring Fifth Executive, Curtis Miller inspect the new juke box. 3 sf im. Above: The many aspects of being an ASB officer are shown here by Fall and Spring ASB President, Ted Hill. Speaking to the student body in a con, introduing ideas in the ASB council meetings and relaxing in the ASB room are all a part of the job. .n Top: Judy Jewell, Fall and Spring Secretary. Top: LauraLee Bare, Fall and Bottom:Randy Schafer, FalIVice-President. Spring Treasurer. Bottom: Mark Boswell, Spring Vice-President. 5 3 Committees Promote Events, chool pirit. Above: Pep Con Committee. Front: Marge Northcutt Cco-chairmanb, Tom Hudson, Gayle Coffin. Second row: Jean Farquharson, Kris Taylor, Paula Larkin, Kathie Stuart, Bob King, Debbie McBride. Third row: Joe Kostelecky, Ric Schafer Cco-chairmenp, Bob Ewell, Pat Logan. Below: Elections Committee. Tami MacCurdy, Bridget Kenny, Sue Griffith, Laura Meller Cchairmanj, Pete Northcutt, Al Schneider. Above: Honors Board. Sherry Simpson Cchairmanb, Chris Shinn, Linda Lovell, Holly Sather, Mary McClellan, Helen McAfee, Warren Morrison. W S Above: Fall Publicity Committee. Chris Glenn, Chris Angus, Jill Gambill, Mary Jane Mabrey fchairmanb, Pam Albee, Penny Mitchell, Sharon Emter. Below: Spring Publicity. Bonnie Conner, Kathy Riordari, Karen Salisbury, Janet Seger, Debbie Grady, Al Schneider fchairrnanj, Sharon Griffith, Chris Shinn, Gail Sorenson. Above: Dance Committee. Front: Walter Hefner fchairmanj, Melinda Grimm, Raleigh Kephart Qchairmanj. Second row: .lan Parr, Sue Somerville. Third row: Debbie DeLoach, Marcia Sather. Fourth row: Gail Sorenson, Mary Ellen Warehouse. Fifth row: Bruce Morgan, Mindy Haney. Top: Marc Miller, Dave Elliot. l ,Q H , ' my., L , i J , Lf ' if :Y Lf L Lv Above: Fall Girls' League officers serve Nlr. Rieken at the Faculty Breakfast. .wow ..,., W, ,W ,mmm ,R , , if fn, f Above: Fall Girls' League officers: Sally Sekijima, presidentg Jean Carter, vice-president: Donna Newburg, secretary: J Sullivan, treasurer. I . anell Below: Fall Martha Committee. Front: Jan Bjaaland Qchairmanj. Second Row: Tarni MacCurdy, Margaret Allen. Third Row: Edythe Faber, Debbie Lucas. Fourth 5ow:4Tina Tintor, Jaime Turk. Not pictured: Perry orris. First Event is Big and Little Sister Party The girls seen running around in black jumpers and red and white blouses were North Central's fall Girls' League Officers. They held weekly council meetings on Thursday in Cafe-West to plan the semester's activities. Drawing large crowds to North Central were such annual events as the Big and Little Sister Party in August, the Dad-Daughter Dessert and November's Sadie Hawkins Dance, entitled "Courtin' in the Cornfield". The Girls' League's three standing committees were kept busy by visiting nursing homes, sending out birthday cards and get-well cards and keeping track ofthe Girls' League points. Above: Fall Sunshine Committee. Debbie Deloach, Sue Griffith, Sherrie Verge Cchairmanj, Pam Elliott, Jill Gambill. Not pictured: Karen Brooks. if Above: Remembering the events of the past semester, the fall Girls' semester otficerswho are happily anticipating their term of office. League officers turn over their duties to the newly elected spring u Below: Spring Martha Committee. Front row: Joan Louie, Tina Tintor. Second row: Janet Seger, Judi Louie. Third row: Debbie Grady, Donna Newberg. Fourth row: Connie Martin, Jan Parr. Top: Pam Russell Cchairmanj Above: Points Committee. Karen Schilling, Chris Glenn, Alanna Borgen, Debbie Johnston Cchairmanj, Judy Radmer, Kathy Morris. Not pictured: Sally Robinette. Below: Spring Sunshine Committee. Pam Albee, Debbie Lucas, Kathy Forness, Bridget Kenney Cchairmanj, Marsha Pettey, Chris Gustman, Linda Deasy. Above: Spring Girls' League officers. Sue Griffith, Presidentg Raleigh Kephart, Vice-presidentg Dorothy Combs, Secretary: and Kathy Erwin, Treasu rer. Spring League Delivers Sing-o-grams Spring Girls' League officers were elected and installed in January. For their first con, they invited a hair stylist to speak to the girls on wigs and hair care. Something new was added on Valentine's Day when officers delivered singing messages or Sing-o-grams to students during lunches. Girls' League ran the Octopus ride at the ASB Carnival and collected Betty Crocker coupons to aid Multiple Sclerosis victims. The spring council was kept busy with the Cotton Day Dance, deciding on a theme for the Style Show, and organizing the annual Mother- Daughter Tea. Below: November's Girl of the Month, Gayle Cofltin, practices her tennis serve. She was active as girls' varsity tennis captain, a member of the Pep Con committee and a member of the Bon Marche Fashion Board. Above: Raleigh Kephart puts notices on the Vox bulletin board. Being Vox ' president, a Red Feather officer and general chairman for the Big and Little Sister Party earned her the honor of Girl of the Month for September. Above: Taking the Girl of the Month honor for January was Cathy Haupt, seen here as a varsity debater. A Cappella choir, decorations chairman for the Sadie, International Association president, as well as debate, kept her busy. Below: Playing in the band, working on Tamarack and being active in Girls' .League and Vox Puellarum are a few reasons Kathy Erwin was chosen October's Girl of the Month. Above: Debbie Kimpel was spotlighted as February's Girl of the Month. Active in all her years at N.C., Debbie was best known for her pantomiming talents and as football chairman of the varsity cheerleaders. Outstanding Work Brings Honor Below: Artistic is the word that describes Pam Albee, April's Girl of the Month. Pam served on many Girls' League committees as well as being an active Art Club member and a Red Feather. Above: Wearing the Girl of the Month necklace for March was Sherry Simpson. Her activities included being FTA president, A Red Feather officer and Senior Class treasurer. NDN ,Q R--. -4 rl. ,l mt? L i:s.fo5?2Se.f5rf:s- , Above: Jeannine Fisher was selected as Girl of the Month for May. Overcoming a handicap, she distinguished herself at North Central with her friendliness and by being an excellent student. 5 Karen Gillogly Fail Editor-in-Chief Kim Davis Spring Editor-in-Chief E Trudy Achziger Denise Westfall Sharon Norbert Sue Hipperson Karen Brown Front Page Editor Feature Page Editor Advertising Manager Senior Reporter Senior Reporter 5',f:33', 'iii f 'bgfrwu K , ,a . I , M f Q Lil? Janet Fisk -V L Business Manager Right: Mike sheets, Terry Freese, and Mike McAllister paste up the sports page to send to YI, the print shop. , , W ,,.,,,, , ,, tflwg.. Rat Davis Gary Mallon Linda Ehnes Kathy Hovind Circulation Sports Co-Editor Senior Reporter Senior Reporter Manager Newspapers Always Excite Curiosity Charles Lamb On the first day of school, the newstaff, advised by Mrs. Virginia McCarthy, distributed a six-page tree issue of the North Central News to all students. This year the News broadened its coverage to include news of the community and the nation. Interviews with local representatives of the John Birch Society and the editor of the Spokane Natural were presented. The paper, printed twice monthly, took a controversial stand on film censorship in Spokane and ran a series of articles on drugs and pollution, as well as covering N.C.'s activities and sports events. Above: Sue Hipperson looks over the latest issue of the N.C. News as Sharon Norbert sells an ad over the phone. Left: Underclassmen reporters, Front row: Pam Brumley, Barb Wilson. Second row: Mary Jansma, Kathy Besecker, Debbie McBride. Third row: Cindy Kegley, Dan Maher, Ric Farclen. Heart Is Ever At Your Service Vox officers, back: Jean Farquharson, fall fifth executive: Sue Griffith, fall vice- president: Debbie McBride, fall historian: Debbie Kimpel, spring president: Vicki Natwick spring historian: Mary Jansma, spring secretary: Kathy Besecker, spring treasurer. Front Bridget Kenney, fall secretary: Raleigh Kephart, fall president: Kathy Hovind, fall treasurer, and spring vice-president: Margaret Allen, spring fifth executive. Shakespeare Vox Puellarum, sponsored by the Soroptomist Club of Spokane, worked hard to help the school and community with its many service projects. Calendars sold in- the fall, raised money to provide for a needy family at Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Senior Citizen's Center provided opportunities for the girls to assist at bazaars, decorate for a dance and do general fixing and cleaning up. In the spring, Voxies participated in the March of Dimes, the Diabetic Association Drive and various other activities with North CentraI's Key Club. Advisor is Mrs. Dorothy Murray. Right: Vicki Natwick promisesto devote her time to the betterment of the community during Voxie's initiation. Front Row: Sally Sekijima, Dona Thompson, Margaret Allen, Kathy Morris, Kandy Krebs, Jan Van Cleef, Jan Parr, Marty Fair. Second Row: Karen Brooks, Patty Keel, Cindy Kegley, Alanna Borgen, Rae Beal, Barb Carney, Kathy Hovind, Debbie Kimpel, Lauralee Bare, Sue Somerville, Cindy Gates, Raleigh Kephart. Third Row: Lorelee Bauer, Vicki Natwick, Bridget Kenney, Linda Ehnes, Connie Jo Whiteside, Debbie McBride, Kathy Erwin, Sue Griffith, Mary Jansma, Kathy Besecker, Chris Colling, Janell Sullivan, Mrs. Dorothy Murray. Not pictured: Jean Farquharson, Marcia Sather, Dorothy Combs. Yunnan mm First row: Leroy Roseberry, Dan Wilson, Rich Johnson, Warren Westad, Chris Spoerhase, Dave Elliot. Second row: Dan Maher, Bob Krell, Warren Huey, Walter Hefner, Mike Korling, Marty Robinette, Dave Clemm, Steve Griffith. Third row: Jim Greene, Glenn Amdahl, Scott Bernard, Chuck Stern, Jeff Huey, Dennis Casadoro. Fourth row: Bob Gower, Dave Give Me The Read Hand Rather Than , The Read Tongue. Garibaldi North Central's Key Club members continued to donate their time to the Spokane Day Care Center this year. They also gave fifty dollars worth of candy to Lakeland Village at Halloween and sponsored the Annual Canned Food Drive at Christmas. Cans of food, collected in the homerooms, were donated to Circle Bar J Boys' Ranch. To wind up the year, the Kiwanis Apple Sale provided the funds for several members to represent the club at the District Convention in Tacoma. Key Club advisors were Mr. Jerry Hughes, N.C. faculty member and Mr. Lou Rucker, Kiwanis advisor. Right: Bill Stannard and Jerry Sandall work hard to get all the cans of food boxed before Christmas. Wood, Marc Miller, Kim Riehle. Fifth row: Mike Almond, Dave Miller, Duane Wald, Gary Mallon, Jerry Brown, Pete Northcutt, Curtis Miller. Not Pictured: Brion Potter, Bill Stannard, Dunny Sorenson, Jerry Sandall, Dan Likarish, Mike Hartig, Bob Ewell. S l Above: First Row: Karen. Brown, Melinda Plumb, Julie DeGeus, Penny Mitchell, Pam Knutson, Bonnie Seger, Linda Ehnes. Second Row: Sue Worstell, Lucy Scott, Dan Dicicco, Rob Campbell, Brenda Larkin, Ruth Beringer, Kathy Morris. Third Row: D'Nell Maher Anne Rloth, Cheryl Garbarino, Jim Schubert, Ken Bishee, Barb Wilson, Connie Martin,, Mary Lindeblad. Below: Kneeling: Debbie Verge, DeeDee Chan, Kathie Dellwo, Sue Iron. First Row: Sally Robinette, Marilyn Hojem, Janie Ferrier, Judy Radmer, Sue Somerville, Denise Westfall, Sherrie Verge, Pam Brumley, Regine Sieber, Jaime Turk. Second Row: Diana Smith, Linda Pierce, Marsha Petty, Carol Becker, Kathy Forness, Judy Jewell, Raleigh Kephart, Kathy Hovind, Sue Kostelecky, Laurie Gambill, Karen Clark, Karen Schilling, Mr. Reiken. Third Row: Barbara Slagle, Lyn Combs, Mary Jansma, Dorothy Combs, Kathy Besecker, Denise Sivills, Sherry Simpson, Sue Hipperson, Connie Smith, Lila Omeara, Debbie McBride, Lorelee Bauer, Julie Wittrock. A Boy Is Better Unborn Than Untaught. Gascoigne Future Teachers of America' was formed to help students learn about teaching careers. During the year members tutored at grade schools. Micro-teaching lessons were developed to give members teaching experience. Conferences were attended and many activities were planned. One was the development at North Central of American Education Week. Outstanding students and teachers were honored during the week. Advisors for the club were Mrs. Carter and Mr. Reiken. On her way to an F.T.A., conference is advisor, Mrs. Carter. Members of Commercial Club carry on projects and activities that will increase interest in business education., Among some of their activities, Commercial Club visited several business offices, and had guest speakers at Front row: Kathy McCreary, Sharon Emter, Patti Hare, Cathy Riordan. Second row: Nancy Rogers, Kathy Ballard, Karen Robins, Linda Ehnes, Kris Taylor, Kathy some of their meetings. Their service projects included writing letters for elderly people in nursing homes and apartments, and collecting canned food at a Christmas Party. Business Is The Salt Of Life. Fuller Left: Marilee Roper supervises the ditto machine. Membership is open to students who have completed one semester in a business subject and have earned at least a 2.5 grade point average. Faculty advisor for the clubwas Mrs. Mary York. Morris, Judy Carver, Marilee Roper, Kathy Johnston, Gayle Coffin, Lila Natwick, Cindy Nash, Ruth Beringer. Third row:'Linda Lipp, Sharon Griffith, Julie Martinson, Donna Smith, Kaye Davis, Pam Magnus, Gail Norman. The World Is Always Ready To Receive Talent With Open rms. Talent Club's major activity this year was the Talent Con. This was a pay con that demonstrated the wide range of talent within the club. As in the previous year, the money was donated to the Indian Museum at Gonzaga University. Performances were given once a Holmes month at Madison South Nursing Home and for various other organizations who requested entertainment. Once a semester, a member was also required to perform for the club at a special meeting. Connie Eller, right, and Kathie Krell, left, perfect the numbers they will present at the Talent Con. Front row: Connie Martin, Cheryl Garbarino, Kit Cutler, Liz Smith, Franci Evans. Second row: Karen Gillogly, Cathy Haupt, Julie DeGeus, D'Nell Maher, Dan Maher, Connie Jo Whiteside, Sally Sekijima, Patsy Keene. Third row: Connie Eller, Paula Larkin, Marcia Sather, Kerry Senter, Karen Beardsley, Debbie Kimpel, Lauralee Bare, Tina Smith, Mona Smith. Fourth row: Linda Garbarino, Lyn Combs, Kathy Hovind, Debbie Johnston, Kathie Krell, Chris- Glenn, Margo Hohnwaldt, Colleen Kennicutt, Kim Davis, Steven Kent. Happiness Lies, First Of All, In Health. First Row: Janet Breakey, Evelyn Summers, Donna Cozzetto, Jan Parr. Second Row: Vicki Larson, Franci Evans, Lynette Conard, Kathy Etten, Nancy Rogers, Jean Carter, Cheryl Eckhart. Third Row: Linda Lipp, Sari Reichelt, Ann Gower, Karen Schilling, Vicki Bouten, Susie owe . First Row: LeRoy Roseberry, Jane Zinnecker, Dennis Martin, Byron Horrell. Second Row: c . Mary Jane Mabrey, Tammy Macurdy, Genia Terry Grondahl, Bru Lightfoot, Linda Chester, Mrs. C. Vosen, Dan Likari5h,JohnN e Baldwin, David Clemm elson, Glenn Amdahl. Curtis Future Nurses of America is a service club open to all girls interested in knowing more about different health careers, To acquaint the members, various speakers have come and talked about different aspects of the nursing profession. At the end of the year F.N.A. gave away two twenty-five dollar book scholarships to two deserving senior members. The project was supported by holding a bake sale, a candy cane sale during lunches, and by making Santa Clauses out of baby food jars to sell as well as distribute to a nursing home at Christmas. Science Is Organized Knowledge. Spencer The Science Club traveled to Washington State University for Open House November 8th. The thirty-five students spent the day looking at various exhibits in the different departments. Activities like fossil hunting along the Spokane River after school and a trip to Hanford to examine the botanical gardens and research areas kept the club members busy. Interested students also entered the Spokane and Inland Empire Science Fair in March. First Row: Mike Dunford, Craig Scott, Bobby King. Second Row: Jerry Brown, Mindy Haney, Mary Lindeblad, Carl Larson, Norman Dorpat, Ronda Powell, Pat Battin, Sue Sumner, Deena Stalcup, Rosemarie Serafine, Judy Schell, Pam Lewis, Connie Martin, Pam Magnus, Sue Iron, Sari Reichelt, Dee Dee Chan, Karen Hansen. Third Row: Ted Horobiowski, Dan Wilson, Steve Shirkey, Linda Douglas, Faye Frucci, Mary Jansma, Barbara Slagle, Patti Dolan, Marilyn Hojem, Jan Parr, Nancy Rogers, Pam Russell, Debbie Fair, Sue Worstill, Sue Griffith. Fourth Row: Anne Roth, Connie Othmer, Mary Ellen Warehouse, Debbie Deloach, Colleen Knutson, Holly Lines, Joyce Pfeifer, Franci Evans, Sue McClain, Sue Parker, Lila Omeara, Rhonda Mellon, Sheri Hanses. Fifth Row: Julie Stueve, Cynthia Jacobson, Carol Becker, Debbie Lucas, Mary McLellan, Pam Read, Becky Tanner, Camille Sullivan, Chris Swanson, Tyha Simchuk, Karen Gump, Kathy Forness, Jane Zinnecker, Melinda Plumb, Becky Cole. Sixth Row: Bill Helms, Daryl Judd, Leslie Gatton, Kathy Devaney, Rae Beal, Curtis Miller, Barb Carney, Barb Ferm, Bob Becker, Patty Herm, Barbara Schneider, Leslee Erickson, Jamie Turk., Margie Porta, Debbie McBride, Lucy Scott, Deana Rigney, Lyn Combs. Seventh Row: Mike Inman, Kathie Krell, Craig S here with one of her Spanish students. Pedigree s Of ations . The International Club took on a new look this year. The name was changed to international Association and the club was divided into three groups of French, Spanish, and German language students. Each group was responsible for a program for A Samuel Johnson each meeting. Under the direction of Mrs. McHugo, advisor, International Association, the largest club at North Central held monthly meetings. Speakers from Holland and Sweden and an international foods dinner were some of the highlights of the year. Hobson, Dave Elliot, Bridget Kenney, Cindy Gates, Ben Ashley, Jerry Wald, Terry Biggs, Dave Funk, Denny Culnane, Mike Thompson. Eighth Row: David Clemm, Leroy Roseberry, Glenn Amdahl, Ron Zoeller, Jay Heath, John Nelson, Tom Moe, Don Kirby, Kent Read, Chuck Carver, Jim Dolan, Scott MacDonald, Kenneth Bisbee, Debee Hamilton, Rose Rodriguez, Dorothy Combs, Connie Eyre, Ken Brown, Ninth Row: Chris Spoerhase, Jim Auer, Steven Hartman, Marc Miller, Bob Mitchell, Fred Wald, Leo Mallon, Doug Millar, Larry Strong, Greg Poole, Greg Rayon, Linda Gilmore, Hernaldo Fiddler, Gregg David, Brad Poole. Below Mrs McHugo advisor is shown 2 5 it Front Row: Denise Westfall, Kathy Hovind, Mary Lindeblad, Trudy Achziger, Pam Brumley. Second Row: Marty Fair, Laura Meller, Jean Crossman, Pat Davis, Dan Maher, Karen Gillogly, Terry Grondahl. Third Row: Sharon Norbert, Sue Hipperson, Kathy Besecker, Cindy Kegley, Linda Ehnes, Kim Davis, Kathy Erwin, Martin Burnette, Mike McAllister. Not Pictured: Gary Mallon, Mike Sheets, Lori Bush. The Pen Is The Tongue Of The Mind. Cervantes Members of Quill and Scroll were initiated at a city-wide candlelight ceremony in December. The club is an honorary society for members of both Tamarack and Newstaff. Each year Quill and Scroll sponsors a Current Events test and a Creative Writing contest. A special event is the annual banquet on the night before Tamarack day. The Tamaracks are revealed for the first time and awards are given for both publications. Also a special feature of the banquet is the announcement of new Newstaff and Tamarack editors. Top Left: Newstaff members Karen Gillogly, Barb Wilson, and Kim Davis show a newspaper layout to Mrs. McCarthy, advisor, for her approval. Lower Left: Mary Lindeblad, Marty Fair, Jean Crossman look up from their work on various sections of the yearbook as Martin Burnette studies his art work. Cercle members Brenda Larkin, Bridget Kenny, Julie Nodland, Chris Glenn, Patty Keel, and Kandy Krebs work on spirit tags. 5 Miss Killingsworth and fall president Chris Colling go over the club's future plans. Home, In One Form Or nother, Is The Great Object Of Life. Under the direction of Miss Betty Killingsworth, Cercle de Menage, North Central's homemaking club began the year's activities by holding an initiation dinner for First Row: Linda Deasy, Terri Chester, Dorothy Huey, Margaret Allen, Jan Parr, Penney Mitchell, Bonnie Seger, Patty Keel, Sharon Emter, Karen Brooks. Row 2: Jean new members. The girls worked on spirit tags that they sold during football season. Later the club made red and black pillows to sell during wrestling season. Carter, Mary McClellan, Marty Fair, Saimecra Hefner, Chris Colling, Kandy Krebs, Connie Othmer, Jill Gambill, Sue Kostelecky, Nancy Rogers. Row 3: Bridget Holland Cookbooks were another item the members offered for sale. At Christmas time, Cercle made stuffed animals and donated them to the needy. Kenny, Barb Wilson, Kathy Besecker, Kathy Clark, Linda Lippv Chris Glenn, Brenda Larkin, Janet Seger, Kathy Walton, Barbara Slagle. Every Artist WasfFirst an Amateur Below: Art Club members decorate the display case in the main hallway. Emerson Art Club started the year by providing the picture backdrop and decorations for the ASB Football Festival Dance. Throughout the year, guided by their advisor, Mr. Dave Betts, the club worked closely with the ASB in decorating for dances and other ASB sponsored functions. Christmas was another time the school benefited from the Art Clubbers' talent. Holiday decorations were placed in the main halls and in the cafeteria. l Front row: Jim Schubert, Debbie Taylor, Barbara Gibson, Judi Louie, Pam Albee, Marsha Pettey. Second row: Kathie Stuart, Martin Burnette, Kris Willms, Laurie Gambill, Donna Newberg, Kathy Shane, Kathie Krell, Mary McDaniel, Lauralee Bare, Mr. Betts. Third row: Sharon Griffith, Evelyn Benthien, Janell Sullivan, Jodi Highbarger, Judy Radmer, Debbie Johnston, Linda Lovell, Debbie Verge, Cindy Gates, Ben Ashley. Not pictured: Mike Sheets, Joan Louie. S . 2 Q A Q That They Excel in Athletic ports Benjamin Disraeli Front row: Steve Hartman, Ken Henry, McAllister, John Nelson, Ron Zoeller, Dave Mike AlmOl'ldi Jey SUHIVBVI VICTOY Kane Kevin Morris, Bob Mitchell, Bruce Morgan, Miller, Barry Lines, Tom Hudson, Arron Gary MBHONV BVIOV1 POTTSI' Dave Retief Ben Ashley, Keith Wilant, Ron Saling, Carl Sampson, Bob Ewell, Mark Boswell. Third Keith Y0Uf18l'ef1- Greer, Chuck Broadwell. Second row: Mike row: Scott Garske, Mike Meyer, Craig Stiles, Helping to send the cheerleaders to camp and selling football T- shirts were some of the projects conducted this summer and early fall by Warriors, North Central's Lettermen Club. In January, N.C. was the host school to the touring Japanese wrestling team, who competed against a team of Spokane high school wrestlers. At the match, the Warriors collected money to help cover medical expenses of one Japanese coach who was hospitalized with a heart attack. The Sweetheart Dance in February was the combined effort of the Warriors and the Red Feathers. Later the Warriors presented their annual Con and Smoker. Advisor was Mr. Jerry Martin. Right: Warriors' president, Bob Ewell calls a meeting to nominate girls for Sweetheart. Fr0nf ROWS ROG BI'iSCO9, MSW JO MGYSVS, Rebekah Tower, Roberta Tower, Marylin Marshal Hill, Julie Nodland, Diane Eakins, Hojem, Karen Parkins, Debbie Erickson, Karen Gillogly. Second Row: Patsy Keene, Marge Northcutt, Cheryl Eckhart. There's No Business Like ow Business A Irving Berlin Thespians performed at the Shriners Hospital early in the year. Speakers on drama and various other aspects of stage production were frequent guests at monthly meetings. Several members also attended the Thespian conference in Seattle and participated in the all-school play. To become a member of Thespians, one must earn ten points by taking a class in drama and taking part in a stage production, either on stage of off. l Left: Thespians hold a dress rehearsal of i the play to be presented at the Shriners l Hospital. Front row: Vicki Lovell, Darlene Kinnan, 1 Chester, Jerrie Sommeralls. third Row: Shirley Ostendorf, Nancy Noren, Renee ' Wayne Bray, Tom Blair, Phil Nelson, Dale Leppell. Second row: Mrs. Brockway, Avery, Jack Coghlan, Dennis Kruger, Russ Rosemary Morrill, Sandy Scofield, Linda Babcock. B ' Tomo 0 Archias Distributive Education enables students to get a job and actual school credit through working during school time. North Central boasts two Deca clubs, Deca Checkers and N.C. Deca. These groups raised money with a spaghetti feed, selling candy and holding a bake sale. They also sold Front row: Judy Louie, Nancy Saunders, Phyllis Van Lith, Cathe Franks, Kathy Weisser, Trudy West. Second row: Chris Renner, Connie Jones, Lori Bush, Denny class rings and school jewelry in the fall. Other functions are luncheons which are held to meet other Deca clubs and exchange ideas. Officers control meetings and head the various project committees. Advisor is Mrs. Karen Brockway. Left: Rosemary Morrill and Jerrie Sommeralls try to sell Dennis Krugeraclass ring. i Jack, Jeannie Sieber, Mrs. Brockway, Bill Robinette. Third row: John Owen, Bob McVey, Ken Owen, Doug Francis, Steve Johns, Keith Cameron. Much Might Be aid On Both Sides The topic for this year's debate :eam was: Resolved: That Zongress should prohibit inilateral United States military ntervention in foreign countries. Jnder the direction of their coach, Vlr. Richard Pelkie, the team :lebated this subject every Thursday afternoon in league debates. The league consisted of wearly all public and private schools in or near Spokane. The team entered various debate tournaments at Gonzaga University, Washington State University in Pullman and CWSC in Ellensburg. Several persons also entered the Individual Speaking Contest at Eastern Washington State College which involved interpretive reading, expository and extemporaneous speaking. Varsity debating requires a lot of reading and research, plus ability to speak clearly, think logically and respond quickly. Above: Varsity debaters, Karen Gillogly, Dave Orcutt, JoAnn Wittrock, Marc Miller, Kim Davis and Cathy Hau pt compare notes for the next debate. A Above: Marc Miller studies his notecards as Kim Davis stresses a point in his presentation. Front Row: Pam Brumley, Karen Gillogly, Second row: Miss Stich, JoAnn Wittrock, Cindy Kegley, Lorelee Bauer, Cathy Haupt, Debbie McBride, Nlr. Richard Pelkie. Third row: Marc Miller, Kim Davis, Dave Orcutt, Doug Kropff. Sitting: Debra Latton, Vicki Natwick, Anne Roth, Myrna Robideaux, Sandy Calder. Standing: Ken Bisbee, Ilene Griffith, Jay Heath, John Chilson, Theda Cobarn. Walk, Don't Run Read, Don't Talk. The students in the Library Club work in the library one period a day. They check books in and out and get the new books and magazines ready for the shelves. They also do other activities to help the librarians. There are about 15 members in Hall Patrol advised by Mr. Al Meyer. They keep tarffic going smoothly on the stairs between classes. They have monthly meetings to discuss the problems. Every spring they have a picnic for the seniors on Hall Patrol. Front Row: Sheila Harper, Anne Roth, Coral Long. Back Row: Terri-Jane Koening, Theda Coburn, Sandra Vulcano, Mindy Rhoads. Not Pictured: Pat Davis, Kathy Forness, Carolyn Daley, David Nelson. Left to right: Bill Panknin, John Merriman, Greg Poole, Warren Huey, Kim Riehle. Life's Too Short For Chess. H.J. Byron Chess Club, advised by Mr. Dan Olson, is one of North Central's smallest clubs. However, weekly meetings held after school and friendly competition with each other produced a strong team that represented the school in the annual All-City Chess Tournament in May. Away With Him! He Speaks Latin Shakespeare Latin Club is composed of students in North Central's Latin Classes. Several projects were conducted during the year to raise money to finance a twenty- five dollar book scholarship for a deserving senior member. They included a bake sale at North Bowl and selling candy in the spring. Advisor is Mrs. Laura Lee Briscoe. 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J N NN O M Lx ,X P92559 Below, Concert Band Members are from left to right, Row I: Susan Howell, Keith Kornmeyer, Curtis Miller, Ju nzo Nakagawa, Cheryl Ryals, Molly Hennessey, Colleen Campbell, Mary Windishar, Ramona Smith, Cindy Rich, Debbie Williams, Kathy Enfvin. Row ll: Jim Williams, Lola Marabello, Debbie Arnold, Chuck Filippini, Shelley Hutchinson, Roger Cathey, Keith Dudley, Music Is Nothing Else But Wild Sounds Civilized Into Time And Tune. Fuller Jim Blake, Robert Cutler, Judy Bauer, Tim Kochel, Vonne Rudolph, Jamie Skinner, Laura Meller. Row Ill: Rick Wakefield, Luann Dimico, Alan Cressey, Pam Martin, Bob Sims, Jim Crouch, Lane Farka, Brian Farka, Kim Davis, Kit Cutler, Colleen Kennicutt, Tom Guscott, Warren Morrison, Steve Krueger, Aaron Dickey, Richard Bands! Concert Band, Pep Band, Cadet Band, and Orchestra, take your pick. They're all fine musicians each doing their part to bring you such entertainment as outstanding half-time shows at football games, playing special arrangements by Jim Baker at Winter and Spring Concerts, and hosting the Spokane Lilac Parade. Williams, Dunny Sorenson, Roger Blizzard, Carl Larsen, Karen Schilling, Lynn Engle, Vickie Wisemore, Cindy Smith. Row IV: Craig Collison, Terry Tanner, Rick Star, Debbie Larsen, Gary Schilling, Bob Drose, David Wood, John Ahrendt, Mark Kraay, Dick Brown, Duane Engle, Rick Thomas, Kevin Boles. Above, Pep Band members are, from left to right, First Row: Steve Kruegar, Roger Blizzard, Dunny Sorenson, Jim Blake, Chuck Filippini, Bob Sims, Kevin Boles, Rick Starr, Bob Knight, Bob Culter. Second Row: Tim George, Jim Crouch, Bob Doughty, Aaron Dickey, Warren Morrison, Dick Brown. Flying high with the N.C. Band are officers, Carl Larson, President: Warren Morrison, Drum Maior: Kathy Erwin, Treasurer, Kim Davis, Vice President: Colleen Kennicutt. Cadet Band mem bers are from left to right: Row 1: Dee Wakenight, David Diehl, Wanda Elliott, Yvonne Wood, Cindy Bendickson, Diana Conard, Judy Skinner, Deana Shell, Carey Shane, Carol Gerkensmeyer. Row 2: Brenda Richards, Holly Hudson, Miles Orchestra: Front Row: Greg Krahn, Karyl Parke, Rory Almanza, Mary Cullitan, Penny Mitchell, Leslie Zupan, Connie Martin, Linda Webster. Row 2: Barbara Schneider, Boulton, Pat Davis, Steve Bach, Jeff Rooney, Mike Brown, Luanne Kemnitz, LaVaune Staley, Debra Calder, Annette Rapp. Row 3: Pat Carnahan, Craig Reeder, Jim Collins, Ray Siegal, Jon Sykes, Kelly Corbin, Rob Eagle, Richard Siegal, Steve Dorothy Huey, Cheryl Sipp, Tim George, Bill Funk, Diana Schell, Chuck Filippini, Del Sandberg, Rosa Faber, JoAnn Worthington. Row 3: Mike Nelson, Anne Redshaw, Debra Rorberg, Bob Rhea, Mike Brown, Wendy Jones, John Francais, Doug Olberding, Monte LaBrie, Martin Rapp, Bill Slavens, Jerry VanGuilder, Terry Cressey, Lester Nestoss. Schuh, Dee Wakenight, William Allen, Steve Mattie, Shelley Hutchinson, Terry Cressey, Lola Marabello, Kevin Boles, Robert Taylor, Edde Faber, Alan Phillips. "Romper, Stomper, Bomper, Boo", chants Miss Florence, Karen Brown, as she looks through g6lL.ITl3glC mirror. Kiddies include: Pat Logan, Debbie Taylor, Connie Jo Whiteside and Sally e uima. "Meeska, Mooska, Mouse Keteers", leads Big Jimmy, who is none other than Mr. Orval Theisen. Steve Hartman, Marge Northcutt, Jerry Brown, Kathy Erwin, Ron Saling and Warren Morrison raise their voices high with him. "Work or else!" threatens head Senior Con writer Karen Gillogly as she looms over Debbie Kimpel, Kim Davis, and Marc Miller. Senior Con l Little Joe, Bob Ewell, enjoys entertainment by bar girl, Mindy Haney. 191 We' Are the Voices of Today, the Heralds of J Tomorrow. The sounds of music are enlightened by this year's expanding A-Cappella Choir which performs heart-warming cons at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Teepee Lighters add life to the entertainment world. Below, left to right, Row I: Sue Duncan, Janet Breakey, Pat Barclay, Pam Magnus, Vonne Rudolph, Nancy Minor, Edde Faber, Rick Starr, Richard Coleman. Row 2: Mavis Bierig, Pam Brownlow, Mardel Roberts, JoAnn Wittrock, Donna Cozzetto, Donna Newberg, Jeff Brown, Patsy Keene, Jim King, Kathy Hobart Shane, Diane Shields, Marilee Roper. Row 3: Steve Kent, Steve Ramsey, Vicki Baca, Brenda Decker, Debbie Schroeder, Chris Angus, Colleen Kennicutt, Kerry Murphy, Melinda Grimm, Don Dixon, Kathy Cline, Scott Larson, Sue Worstell, Alan Turpen. Row 4: Mike Henson, Terry Cameron, Warren Morrison, and Jim Duram. AW 1,2 'Q ' . 'ff' 'f' A W ff' ggi ff 2 if 1 w QW 0 a Q -.sz ff M IA 1 2+ 1 W, I I , ,W +4 H4 Xf , 4 Y 1 v MY, if M fl! mf! ff' W wid 1 if A , 2 Above: Intermediate Choir, Row 1: Debra Moland, Patty Battin, Dee Dee Chan, Kris Walker, Beth Wright, Jackie Nepean, Karen Beardsley, Linda Felch, Colleen Prosser, Darla Douglas, Carole Carney, Connie Colp, Al Pichette, Monte Bersante, Gloria Orcutt, Cindy Stolte. Row 2: Marilyn Hojem, Kathy Martin, Linda Deasy, Linda Garbarino, Kathryn Firor, Paula Gallaher, Sue Larson, Theda Coburn, Helen McAfee, Duane Wald, Sharon Forness, Sandra Vulcano, Kathy Barnes, Roberta Hite, Marilyn Mandt, Lynne Marcinowski. Row 3: Margo Hohnwaldt, Colleen Adams, David Vulcano, Don Dixon, Greg Squires, George Wright. Marty Robinette, Donald Gilbert, Bill Wright, Dave Elliott, Tim Garrity, Ted Adams, Anna Hutchins, Kathie Dellwo, Linda Pierce, Peggy Good, Sharon Fredline. 4 Above: Beginning Choir, Row 1: Diana Howard, Cindy Parr, Debra Schuh, Karyl Parker, Donna Shelly, Cathy Haskins, Shiela Scofield, Tiena Long, Cheri Cameron, Theresia Carle, Donna Nichols, Pam England, Mindy Rhoads, Marie Weissenberger, Jan Natwick, Cindy Strayer, Diane Sorenson, Pamela Riley, Vickie Graff. Row 2: Laura Minkler, Becky Morgan, Carla Moon, Debbie Hamilton, Marsha Summers, Karen Gump, Cheri Tremblay, Glenice Mason, Mindy Felton, Mary McLellan, Patricia Towers, Charlene Munyan, Linda Gilmore, Renee Lesonik, Gayla Ashley, Mary Barnes, Julie Miller, Pam Kostelecky, Ellen Keys, Joyce Reed. Row 3: Patsy Garcia, Tanna Watson, Julie Nelson, Nancy Nichols, Ann Gower, Carol Decker, Crystal Malott, Candi Chisholm, Pam Hill, Sandi Calder, Cheryl Skogen, Jennifer Muir, Connie Seymore, Norma Seigle, Sherree Connall, Sally Potter, Rose Rodriguez, Sue Reichert, Carole Thompson. Row 4: Michael Clark, Loren Kinnan, Rorey Almanza, Mike Gill, Dick Green, Gene Hayden, Rob Eagle, Pat Walker, Greg Carlson, Bill Wright. Bruce Peterson, Jeff Elliott, Lewis White Steve Nelson, Dick Giraud, John Calabro, Vincent McCort, Joe Dinnocenzo, and Theresa Everitt. Carol Williams, Don Gracio, Lyn Combs, and star in "Mom ntain Madness." Above, Tim Connors portrays an actor in the play "Sand Dune Hillbillies." Brad Poole The World's A tage On Which All Parts Are Playe Middleton Rene LaSonik and Dave Poirer try to persuade Dale House not to jump in "The Ledge." Sheila Culver and Rod Briscoe discover Randy Klein in a surprise package in "Holiday Homecoming." Above: Mr. Clary Wright speaks at the annual Thanksgiving Con. Below' Ted Hill makes a first as he is sworn into office for the second semester b Mr. Rodkely, principal. y N.C. Cheerleaders lead a lively audience at the first pep con. They are from left to right: Kathy Morris, Kandy Krebs, Debbie Kimpel, Chris Colling, Sherrie Verge, and Laurie Gambill. Japanese Nationals display other talents besides their troduction con. From left to right, they are Hideto Fu ku Ji Sekajiba, Yutaka Kurobe, and Kiyoto Kimura. Hamming it up before their big game with KJRB are North Central Flyers: KJRB DJ's Mike Dalton and Charlie Brown emceed the FIyer's Mr. Luders, Mr. Rieken, Mr. Lister, Mr. Pekie, Mr. l-lopkiris, and Mr. Hughes. pep con. ing ability by singing Japanese folk songs at an in- iichi Ike, Hiroshi Kawamoto, Masahiro Kuroki, Teru Mrs. Virginia Sherry of Sherry's Salon demonst League Con. rates her skills in wig styling at a Girls QJKUQUNGESQUHHQUH 4 ' . rf... 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W. 507 Indiana FA 8-6651 VXA Abbey Rents . . . and sells, too Sickroom and Party Equipment Spokane Rent All, Inc. West 220 Indiana Ave. Spokane, Wash. 99205 Wirisch Photo Lab Photographs Copied Enlarged Developed W. 127 Indiana FA 7-9651 Flowers are a great way to communicate as Mindy Haney and Jerry Brown prove. s. 9 Post street Caldwell - Garland NIA 4-8928 Florlsts F Proms ii Congratulations ii Love "Makers of Fine Portraits" Happmess W. 1414 Garland FA 7-551 1 Iii. HU 9-4500 N. 2152 Hamilton Model Pharmacy Free Prescription Delivery Health For Happiness George Knapp, R.Ph. Garland Lumber TR Y US FOR Courteous Service Prompt Delivery Low Prices Everything For The Homeowner W. 1104 Garland FA 8-2374 s. S. 13 Howard IVIA 4-2821 Specializing in Senior Portraits and Dances .I Donna Newberg this space reserved for a sgecial person by Jack and Dan of QUALITY TV 2415 N. 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Mono-Roofing 213 Old National Bank 209 Packard Bell TV Service 208 Panda 211 Pella Products 203 Pine Shed 208 R.L. House Studio 203 Ray's 66 Service 213 S 81 E Security Branch 204 Servisoft Systems 207 Skaggs Automotive 200 Song Hay Restaurant 207 Spokane Roofing Co. 211 Spokane Wrought lron 200 Sweet Shop Cafe 213 Tully's Richfield 207 Vaughn Williams TV Service 213 Vern's Pies 204 Washington Water Power 206 West Boone Home Supply 213 Wirsche Photo Lab 207 Advertising Doug Kropff won this traveling trophy for American Legion, Spokane Post No. 9 for his ten oratory on the Constitutionality of Dissent. min Ute Battin, TEACHERS' INDEX BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ayars, Dr. Albert L. 21 Barnes, Orville L. 21 Lusher, William G. 21 Raymond, Helen Hazen 21 Swanson, Byron L. 21 Warn, John R. 21 ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF Allison, Muriel 26 Ayers, Albert 21 Baker, Gilbert 24 Baker, James 34 Barnard, Robert 24,51,127 Baylor, Marjorie 28 Betts, David 32,179 Birdsell, David 23 Blair, Dale 29 Bland, Robert 26 Briscoe, Laura Lee 30,185 Broadwell, Vern 34 Brockway, Karen 35,182 Brown, Doris 33 Butterfield, Patricia 23 Cabe, Keith 26,124,51 Caldwell, Michael 34 Carter, Yvonne 32,7 Chalich, George 37,124,130 Clizer, Cleo 28,51 ,1 14 Davis, Dan 30,51 Diedrick, William 33,131,122 Dungan, Nancy 32 Durkee, Naomi 32 Eddy, Barbara 32,157,221 Erickson,lNorman 35 Exley, Burrill,24,51,104 Gillingham, Margaret 28 Glover, Blair 35,51 Graham, Leonard 34 Hagen, Kenneth 23,221 Hager, Vivian 31,51 Haugen,'Mary 30 Hopkins, Jerry 27,197 Howard, Robert 23 Huggins, Virginia 32,115 Hughes, Jerry 26,171,197 Hurst, Louis 31,135 Jewell, Lyle 35,221 Jonas, Joseph 32,157,14,221 Jones, Dan 26 Jones, Del 27 Killingsworth, Elizabeth 28,178,51 Kresel, Harriet 28 Kuljus, llmar 30 Lancaster, Esther 29,51 Laubach, Kathleen 24 Lill, Lucile 33,142 Lindberg, Nancy 31 Lister, Eugene 27,197,135 Long, Leonard 26 Luders, Edward 26,7,51,197 Malterner, John 31 Manfred, Alfonso 35,138 Martin, Jerry 33,122,135 McCarthy, Virginia 31,177 McGarry, Lynette 30,92,157,221 McHugo, Orosia 31,51,176,15 Mclnturff, Billie 23 McNew, Lorraine 23,67 Meyer, Alvin 26 Meyer, Russell 30 , Mhyre, Kenneth 23,221 Mills, Stella 32 Montroy, Ralph 32,221 Murray, Dorothy 31,170 Nye, William 24,125 Olson, Alvin 34 Olson, Dan 29,185 Pelkie, Richard 27,183,197 Reitas, Anita 33 Rieken, Dean 30,172,197,162 Rodkey, John 20,21 ,11,158,81,1 Sanford, Gregory 27,90 Schauble, Joseph 24,124,137 Simonson, Raymond 29,145 Smith, George 23,221 Smith, Jean 31 Thamm, William 34,51 Theisen, Orval 29,191 Theodorson, George 34 Thomas, Conrad 34 Tiemann, A.G. 34 Tremblay, Joseph 30 Upchurch, James 24,122,134 Vosen, Christine 29,51,175,143 Walker, Ronald 21,124,129 Weir, Michael 31,124,134 York, Mary 35,173 SERVICE STAFF Anker, June 22,221 Backenstoe, Georgiana 22 Birchill, Bonnie 25 Conrath, Evelyn 22,221 Crowley, Rose 25 D'Andrea, Lela 25 Diffendorfer, Marge 25 Gill, Blaine 25 A Gillespie, Alice 25,2 Haile, Carol 26 Hiatt, DeWayne 25 Hirst, Corrine 25 Jennings, Marjorie 22 Johnson, Edith 25 Johnson, Marie 25,221 Kruger, Alice 25 Lanott, Katherine 25 McDonnell, Austin 25 Morse, Nada 26 Muzatko, Dick 25 Robinette, Virginia 26 Schumaker, Harry 25 Scott, Merle 25 Smith, Ruth 22,221 Swanson, Anita 22 Warehouse, Lois 26 Wayland, Helen 22 STUDENT INDEX Abbot, Larry 41 Abbott, Daryl 124,98,138 ' Abel, Kathleen Abel, Patricia 41 Abel, Rhea 117 Abrahamson, Rebecca 98 Achziger, Trudy 41,177,184, 168 Adams, Colleen 98,194 Adams, Theodore 124,98, 194 Adams, Vicki 98,100 Adams, Robert 88 Ahrendt, James 41 Ahrendt, John 41,188 Albaugh, Christy 88 Albee, Pamela 148,75,41, 179,164,160,167,161,166 Albert, Dawn Albert, Mark 80 Alberts, Brenda 98 Alcorn, Dianne Alden, Barbara 41 Alderman, Richard 88,193 129 Alfonso, Ronald 41,126 Allen, James Allen, Margaret 88,178,149, 170,163 Allen, Roxanne 98,104 Allen, William 88,190 Allwardt, Jan 88 Almanza, Rory 98,194,190 Almond, Michael 88,123,171 180,129 Altenburg, Doug 124,134 Amdahl, Glenn 88,171,125, 171,176,175 Amdahl, Karl 41,122, 211 Anderson, Betty 88 Anderson, Chris 124 Anderson, Dale Anderson, Eileen 142,1 Anderson, Gayle 88 Anderson, Joseph 88 Anderson, Linda 41 95,221 Anderson, Loren 88 Anderson, Martin Anderson, Merritt 124,117 Anderson, Tamara 98 Anderson, Theora 88 Andris, Jeff 124 Angle, Gloria 41 Angus, Christine 88,124, 149,160,161 Angus, Chris 192 Anker, William 88 Arnold, Debbie 188 Arnzen, Gayle 41 ,42,82 Arnzen, Stephen 98,124 135 Aronson, Richard 88 Arp, Keith 124 Ashley, Benny 88,158,179, 176,180,132,141 Ashley, Gayla 41,194 Ashley, Paul 88 Atwood, Kathleen 117 Atwood, Marsha 41 Auer, James 41,176 Austin, Colleen 41 Austin, Patrick Avery, Dale 42,182 Babcock, Russell 42,182 Baca, Vicki 88,87,149, 192,193 Backe, Michell 88 Bafaro, John 124 Baffle, Kathy 98 Bagley, Kathleen Bailor, Thomas 98 Baker, Janet 88 Baldwin, Bruce 88,175 Ballard, Bruce Ballard, Kathy 173,117 Barclay, Patrick 67,42, 192,193 Bare, Laura 148,152,43, 179, 156,158,159,170,83 Barkdull, Michael Barker, Diana 88,117 Barnes, Bill 88,90 Barnes, Joe 88 Barnes, Kathy 194 Barnes, Mary 194 Barnett, Sandy Barradough, Chris'88 Barrick, Debra 98 Barry, Marcie 98 Bartoletta, Janet Bass, Cheryl Bassett, Thad 42 Bates, Victoria 98 Doris 42 88,169,177,178,172,170 Best, William 98,193 Betts, Sylvia Bierce, William 88 Bierig, Brian Bierig, Mavis 42,192,193 157,142 Bierig, Rosemary 146,147 98,193 Biggs, Terrance 42,176 Bindewald, Edgar Bird, Karen 88 Birk, Edyth 98 Bisbee, Kenneth 88,176, 184,172 Bischoff, Terri 42 Bischoff, Mickey 98 Bivens, Daniel 42 Bjaaland, Janet 42,193 180 Blair, Thomas 42,182,206 Blake, James 42,188 Blayden, Michael 88 Bliss, Gary 88 Blizzard, Roger 188,130 Block, Cathy Blomquist, Anita Bnell, Jim 124 Bocook, Margie Boisjolie, Rocky' Boisjolie, Sherry Ann Boles, Kevin 190,188 Boles, Timothy 135 Bolton, Gary Bonner, Barbara Bonner, Merrie 42 Bonnet, Shannon Boone, Terry Borden, Randall Borgen, Alanna 88,149, . 170,164 Bosch, Bradley 137 Bossio, John Boswell, Mark 159,42,122, 82,180,132,140,135 Bouck, Richard Boulton, Miles 190,137 Bouten, Victoria 42,175,176 Bower, Richard Bowersox, Debra Bowersox, Teresa Battin, Patricia 176,98, 194 Bauch, Daniel 88 Bauch, Gerald 88 Bauch, Steven 98,190 Bauer, Judith 88,188 Bauer, Lorelee 88,183,149, 170,172,183,83 Baumstark, Victor 88 Beal, Rae 176,148,147,98, 170,117 Beam, David Beam, Valerie 117 Beardsley, Karen 194 Beasley, David 117 Beck, Kathryn Becker, Carol 98,172,176 Becker, Carole 176,88 Becker, Robert 88,176, 135 Beckley, Joanne Beckstrom, Karen Beeman, George 98 Beghtal, Robert Belknap, Judith Bell, Duane Lee 88 Bell, John 98,137 Belyea, Jeffrey Bender, Debbie Bendickson, Cynthia 190 Benge, Margaret Ann Bennington, Michele Benson, Darlene 42 Benson, George Benthien, Evelyn 179,98, 179 Berens, Steven 42 Berg, Rosemarie Bergum, Barbara 98 Beringer, Ruth M. 148,42, 172,173 Bernard, Greg Bernard, Scott 88,171 Berry, Thomas 88 Bersante, Brand 88,193 Bersante, Monte 194 Besecker, Kathleen 149, Boyd, Jeffrey Boyd, Larry Bradshaw, Nadine 142 Braid, Spencer Brandjord, Kristin Brandle, David 88 Bray, Dewayne 42,182 Breakey, Janet 42,176, 192,193,175 Breeden, Patrick 88,' 23, 135 Breshears, Penny Bretch, Dana 60 Brewer, Janice Brewer, Katherine Brimmer, James Briscoe, Rod 88,18,195 Bristlin, Sherry 88 Broadwell, Jon 88,123, 132,180 Brockie, Debra Bronner, Sharon 117 Brooks, Karen 88,156,178, 149,170,193,163 Brophy, Janice 42 Brown, Brien 126,134 Brown, David 42 Brown, Dick 188 Brown, Dick 185,125 Brown, Ed 125 Brown, Jeff 88,122,192, 193,129,134 Brown, Jerald 42,171 ,176, 191,157,207 Brown, Kenneth 176,137 Brown, Karen 168,44,191 172,168 Brown, Karen Brown, Mark - Brown, Mike 190,134 Brown, Richard 88 Brown, Sherry 88 Brown, Virginia 88 Brownlow, Pamela 149,88, 193 Brumley, Pamela 88,177, 169,192,172,183,167 Brunette, Kenneth Brunette, Mark 44,123 Brungardt, David Brunner, Michael Bryan, Sharon 44 Bucher, David Bucher, Margaret Buck, Bruce Buck, Cathie 44 Buram, Jim 192 Burchett, Kathy 44 Burger, Connie Burke, David Burnell, Gary Burnette, Martin 44,177, 179 Burns, Mary Burns, Michael 44,88 Burns, Wendy Bush, Lori 44,182 Butz, Craig 100 Bynum, Donald 44,122 Byrd, Kristie 144 Caballero, Roberto Cadby, Steven 88 Cadle, Theresia 89 Cagle, Betsy 88 Cahalan, Brian 88,125,185 Calabro, John 194 Calder, Deborah 190 Calder, Sandra 88,194, Chambers, Dennis Chan, Jaydene 92,89,176, 194,172 Chapman, Steve Chapman, William 89 Chappel, William 100 Charbonneau, Danny 89,117 Charbonneau, Donna Charlton, David 117 Chavez, Gloria Cheselka, Catherine 45 Chester, Linda 45,175, 182 Chester, Terri 100,178 Chevalier, Carol Chisholm, Candice 100,194 Chilson, John 45,184 Cox, James 101 Cox, Jeffrey 89 Cox, Kathleen Cox, Debbie 89,117 Cox, Travis 46 Coyle, Coyle, Daniel Dave Cozzetto, Donna 46,176, 192,175,42,193 Crame r, Catherine 46 Cressey, Alan 188,134 Cressey, Terry 101,190 Crissey, Terry 127 Cromer, Rick 89 Crone, Alan 137 Cross, Clayton 101,137 Delavergne, Kim Dellwo, Kathie 90,194 172 Deloach, Debbie 146,101,176 163,161 Delong, Steven 90,123, 137 Delriccio, Robert 90 Denboarder, Dave 124 Denbroder, David 137 Denbroder, Tim Denison, Carole 47,42 Deno, Donna 101,117 Deno, Terry 90 Desautel, William 101 Devaney, Geraldine 101,117 Devaney, Kathleen 101,176 Chitwood, Jack 89 Christensen, Joan 144,146, 100 Christensen, Robert 89, Christopher, Leslie 45,77 Christopherson, Mark Cross, Janice 89 Crossman, Jean 46,177 Crossman, Marleen 101 Crouch, James 89,188 Crouch, Paul 89,135 Crowley, Harold Crull, Mark 89,117 Crull, Steven 130,135 Cuffin, Larry, 101,117 Culbertson, James 89 Cullitan, Mary 190,185 Culnane, Dennis 46,122,176, 157,132,141,138 184 Caldwell, Diane 88 Calhoun, Rebecca 100 Cameron, Terry 89,87,193, 192 Cameron, Cheri 89,194 Cameron, John 44 Cameron, Karen 117 Cameron, Kenneth 89,182 Camp, Christina Campbell, Carmel 45 Campbell, Colleen 188 Clark, Deborah Clark, Gary Clark, Janet Clark, Karen 45,178,172,42 Clark, Katherine 89,142 Clark, Kim 89,129 Clark, Michael 194 Clark, Neal Clark, Stephen 46,89 Clark, Stephen Clark, Steven Clemm, David 89,171,176, 175 Clemons, Michael 100 Clevett, Tom 117 Clifton, Danny Cline, Kathy 46,192,193 Cloninger, Carrie 89 Clukey, William 100 Cmos, Frances Coburn, Theda 89,184,194 Coffin, Dee 144,146,147,100 Coffin, Gayle 166,144, Culnane, Robert 89 Culver, Dru 89,193 Culver, Shella 144,46,157 Cumbie, Rocky 124,137 Cummings, Nancy 101,193 Curry, Kenneth 89 Curry, Mary Ann 89,117 Custer, Elizabeth Custer, Herby Custer, Thomas Cutler, Kit 46,42,188 Cutler, Robert 101,188 Cutter Cyr, K Cyrus, , Carl 101,125 en 89 Daniel 101 Devito, Robert Dewey, Robert Dewitt, Debra Dicicco, Danny 90,122, 172,139,138 Dicicco, May Dickey, Aaron 123,188,117 Diedrick, Carol 90 Diehl, David 190 Dietric Dillon, k, Glenna Michael 90 Dimico, Donald Dimico, Luann 101,188 Dinnocenzo, Joe 194,117 Dixon, Dixon Donald 48,192,194 Marcy 1 17 Dolan:James 101,176 Dolan, Katherine Dolan, Patricia 90,176 Domin i, Nancy 90 Donais, Jerry 90 Donaldson, Kathy 90 Donelson, Kerry Dorpat, Norman 176 Dorpat, Paula 48 Dorsh, John 101 Doty, Crystal 117 Dougherty, Michael Campbell, Janice 100 Campbell, Karra 45 Campbell, Lila Ruth Campbell, Robert 45,172 Campbell, Steven 45 Campbell, William 100 Candler, Charlotte Canfield, Cheryle Cannata, Frank 89 Cannon, James Cardone, Linda 45 Cardwell, Michael 100,125 Carle, John 149,148,46,44,173,142,160 Coghlan, Jack 182 Cole, Elaine 100 Cole, Michael 89 Cole, Rebecca 176 Cole, Robin Colling, Christine 12,170, 148,46,76,178,42,196,151 Collins, Gene 89 Collins, James 190 Collins, James Collins, Larry 100,136 Collison, Craig 100,188 Dahl, Douglas 101 Dahl, Gary 117 Dahlin, Loretta 89 Dale, James Daley, Caroline 89 Daley, Catherine Davidson, Dan Dalton, Anita Lou Dalton, Loretta Marie Damm, Larry 46 Daniel, Curt 101 Dark, Catherine 101 Carle, Theresia 194 Carlson, Greg 89,194 Carlson, Mike Carlyle, James Carnahan, Pat 100,190 Carney, Barbara 146,100, 176,170 Carney, Carolyn 146,100, 194 Carney, Denise 45, Caro, Steven 100,129 Carpenter, Charles 89 Carpenter, Cindy 45,89 Carpenter, Deborah Carrigan, Gerald 100,89 Carrigan, Joyce Carroll, Patricia 45 Cartee, Duaine Carter, James 89,123, 193,130 Carter, Jean 176,178,162 Carter, Judy 173 Carter, Ronald 89 Caruth, Jan 100 Carver, Charles 100,176, 137 Carver, Clarence 89,132 Carver, Judith 149,145, Colman, Richard 46,69, 192 Colomb, Roberta 146,147,100 Colp, Connie 89,194 Colye, Jeff 89 Combs, Dorothy 148,46,170, 176,172,42 Darter, Jean 175 Doughty, Robert 48,129,128 141 Douglas, Darla 101,194 Douglass, Linda 176 Downey, Kathy 48 Downey, Tim 124 Dravland, Jason 117,135 Drose, R Drose, R obert 101,188 obin Drury, Barbara 117 Dudley, Keith 90,188 Duncan, Jay 101,124,138 Duncan, Ronnie Duncan, Susan 48,192,193 Dasovich, Barney 89 Dasovich, Brenda 146,101 Daugherty, Karen 89 Davey, Michael 47 Davidson, Rick 124 Davidson, Rosemarie Combs, 195 Leatha 89,176,172, Conant, Janice 89 Conard Conard , Diana 190 , Lynette 100,89, 176,175 Connall, Sherre 100,194 Conne, Conne, Anita 100 Linda Conne, Sheryl Conner, Bonnie 146,100,161 Connors, Delores 46 Connors, James 89 Connors, Timothy 46,195 Cook, Carol 100 Cook, Diane Cook, Melvin Coon, Howard 117 Cooney, Robert 100,126 Cooper, William 100 Copeland, Patricia 89 89,173 Carver, Stanley Casadoro, Dennis 89,171 Case, Michael 89 Cathey, Richard 45 Corbin, Kelly 100 Corich, John 101 Corporan, Gerald 89 Correll, Pamela 146,101 Cosby, Daniel 92,89,123 Cathey, Roger 89,189 Caton, Clifford 89,132 Caton, Kenneth 100,126, 134 Caudill, Barry Carver, Shella 142 Costello, Gene 89 Costin, Judy Costin, Richard Cotter, Carolyn Couch, Velma 89 Covich, John Davis, Alvis 88 Davis, Brent 47 Davis, Kaye 47 Davis, James 137 Davis, Jana 89 Davis, Kathy Davis, Kay 144,146,147,101 173,142,42,206 Davis, Kim 168,47,177,191, 183,168,188 Davis, Michael 89 Davis, Michael Davis Patricia 169,47, 177,190,167,185 Davis, Patrick Davis, Richard 101 Davis, Terry 47 Davison, Ben 89 Dawson, Dana Dayley, Michael 89 Deasy, Linda 89,178,185, 194,164 Dechenne, Paget Dechic o, Robert 129 Decker, Brenda 47,192, 193 Decker, Carol 101,194 Degeus, Jane 90 Degeus, Julie 90,149,172 Deissner, Dusty 101 Delauder, Cheri 90 Delauder, Chris 93 Dunford, Joseph 48,176, 139 Dunn, Michael 90,141,138 Duram, James 90,193 Durham, Paul 111,134 Dyer, Robert 90 Dyer, Theodore 90,117 Eades, Kathie 101 Eagle, Robert 90,194, 190 Eakins, Diana 146,101, 181 Earl, Maureen 111 Eckhart, Cheryl 157,48,176, 175,181,143 Edens, Darrel Edens, Martin Edgington, Debbie 101, Edlin, Elizabeth 117 Edmonson, Sheila 101 Edmonds, Daniel 101,126, 117,135 Edwards, Ryan 101 Ehnes, Linda 169,148,48, 173,177,172,170 Eickmeyer, Susan 145,48, 42,193 Eickstadt, Clifford 101,124 Eirls, Allan Elias, Dann 101,124,134 Elias, Douglas 48,42,135 Elixman, Richard 101 Eller, Constance 49,42 Elliott, David 90,87,171, 176,194,193,161 Elliott, Gary 90 Gabzdyl: Make Elliott, Jeffrey 101,194,193 Elliott, Pamela 101,163 Elliott, Wanda 49,190 Emry, Dennis 49 Emter, Allen 90 Emter, Kathleen 111 Emter, Sharon 146,101,173, 178,160,161 Endicott, Robert 111,124 England, Pamela 11,101,194 Engle, Duane 101,188 Engle, Lynn 49,188 English, Susan 90,144, 149,142 English, Vicki Erickson, Debbie 90,181,117 Erickson, Leslie 176 Erwin, Kathy 166,49,177, 191,157,42,170,188 Eschenbacher, John 193,138 Etten, Kathryn 101,176,175 Evans, Franci 49,176,175 Evans, Shirley 219 Evans, Steve 49 Evenmo, Terrance Everett, Kenneth 90 Everitt, Theresa 111,194 Ewing, Kathleen 90 Ewell, Robert 49,122,135, 123,82,191,6,180,160, 132,140 Eymont, Catherine Eyre, Connie 176 Eyre, Connie 111 Faber, Edythe 49,192,190, 42,193,163 Faber, Teresa 190,102 Fair, Deborah 49,176,102 Fair, Martha 157,148,49, 179,178,157,170 Fair, Susan Falkensteine, June 111 Farden, Eric 90,169 Farka, Brian 90,188 Farka, Lane 49,188 Farnetiche, Karla 111 Farquaarson, Michael 111 Farquharson, Jean 90,149, 170,160 Felch, Linda 194,102 Felton, Mindy 194 Felton, Pam 102 Ferderer, Deborah 90 Ferguson, Dale 117,130 Ferm, Barbara 144,146,176, 102 Ferrier, Jane 144,148,49, 172,42 Fetch, Valerie 90,117 Fiddler, Jerald 90,176 Fiddler, Rita 117 Fields, Dwight 117 Fievez, Sheryle 49,21 Filippini, Charles 124, 190,188 Finch, Sandra Findley, Cheryle 49 Finn, Dennis 50,123 Finnerty, Susan 111 Firor, Kathryn 194 Firor, Tom 90 Fischer, Jeannine 50,70, 42,167,166 Fisher, Vernon Fisk, Janet 168,5O,168 Fitzpatrick, Deborah 50 Fitzpatrick, Robert 102 Fitzpatrick, Tom Fitzsimmons, Dan 102,130, 135 Flathhead, Chuck 130 Flachmeyer, Barbara 111 Flatbush, Charles Flynn, Kelly 90 Folsom, Barry Craig 50 Ford, Deborah 50 Ford, Mark 91 Forland, Barbara 50 Forness, Kathy 91,176, 172,164 Forness, Sharon 50,194 Francis, Doug 50,182 Francis, John 111,190 Francis, Linda 91 Franks, Cande 117 Franks, Cathe 50,182 Fredline, Sharon 50,194 Freese, Terence 91,168 Friedman, Valerie 91 Fritz, Phyllis 111 Friedlander, Carol 111 Friedland, Charles 80 Froehlich, Jon Forehlich, Mary 102 Frucci, Faye 91,176 Fruin, David 91 Fry, Jack Fry, Linda Fuller, Ronald 91 Funk, David 176,190 Funk William 126,117,134 135 Grady, Debra 102,164,161 Grady, Glenn 51 Graf, Kevin 91 Graff, Laurel 51,42 Graff, Vickie 194,102 Graham, Connie 102 Graham, Don 111,130 Graham, Jerry 117 Graham, John 117 Graham, Kent 91,122 Graham Russell 91 Green, Jlames 171,102,132 135 Green, Richard 111,194 Greene, Jim 126 Greene, Panda 91 Greene, Valerie 51 Gabbard, Debra 102 Gabbard, Dianna 102 Gabbard Katherine 111 Gabzdyl Karl 131,91 Galbraith, Donna 50 Gallaher, Paula 91 Galvin, Mike 91 Gambill, Jill 149,91,178, 142,161 Gambill, Laurie 12,148, 50,179,172,42,196,193, 151,163,118 Gamble, Connie 111 Garbarino, Cheryl 149,91, 172,142 Garbarino, Linda 111,194 Garcia, Beverly 50 Garcia, Jeannette 114 Garcia, Patsy 194 Garinger, Nova 50 Garrity, Denise 50,70,42 Garrity, Timothy 91, 194 Garske, Scott 51 ,73,122, 123,180,129,128,140,135 Gary, David 102 Gates, Cindy 91 Gates, Lucinda 149,179,176 Gatton, Leslie 176,102 Gebeke, Dennis 102 Geiger, Kristina 111 Geng, Gene 102,130,135 Gentry, Ruth 111 George, Kenneth George, Timothy 190 Gerkensmeyer, Carol 111,190 Gerling, Linda 102 Gibson, Barbara 51,179 Gibson, Mary Giese, Donald 91 Giger, Chris 117 Giger, Pamela 51 Giger, Patricia 102 Gilbert, Donald 111,194 Gill, Michael 194,102 Gillespie, Linda 51 Gilley, Mary 91 Gillogly, Karen 168,148, 51,177,168,191,183,42,168,101 Gilmore, Linda 194,102,176 Gladder, Ed 91,123 Greenwood, Jackie 11,52 Greenwood, John 111,124, 130 Greenwood, John Greer, Carl 91,123,180 Greer, Craig 134 Greman, Valerie Gregg, David 176 Grennay, Linda 52 Griesbau m, Andrew 52 Griffith, Ilene 52,184 193 Griffith, Susan 148,52, 176,170,163,161 Griffith, Pamela 91 Griffith, Richard 91 Griffith, Sharon 91 ,87,179, 173,143,161 Griffith,Steven 111,171 Griffin, Patti 102 Griggs, David 111,129,117 Griggs, Robert 91 Grimm, Melinda 149,91, 192,193,161 Griswold, Michael Gronenthal, John Grondahl, Terry 177,175, Gross, Michael 102 Groth, Catherine 52 Grothe, Wendy 52,42 Grumbly, Loren 111,135 Guinn, Diana Gummer, Deborah 102 Gump, David 91 Gump, Karen 176,194,102 Guscott, Tom 111,188,137 Gustman, Christine 148, 52,42,164 Gustman, Nanci 146,147 Gustus, Robin 91 Guthrie, Juanita Guyor, William 52,126 Hache, Joseph 42,127,128 Hadley, Daryl 91 Hadley, Donald 52 Hagen, Joyce Hagen, Martin 53 Hagerman, Daniel 91 Haile, Gary 52 Haile, Penny 91 Hall, Richard Lee Halquist, Bert 42,129,128,140,139,138 Hare, Patricia 173,102 Harland, Prisillia 117 Harmel, Susan 103 Harper, Sheila 53,184 Harris, Charles 91 Hart, Michael 91 Hartig , Michael 91,193 Hartman, Clyde 53 Hartman, Michael 91 Hartman, Stephen 53,123, 176,191,180,140,139 Harvey, Bonnie 91 Harwood, Jody 91 Haskin, Michael 91 Haskin, Sandra 146,103,117 Haskins, Cathy 111,194 Haspert, Jonathan Hattamer, Leigh 91 Hattamer, Virginia Haunschilo, Ann 91 Haupt, Catherine 166,53, 183,43,193 Havens, Larry 103 Hawkins, Linda Hawley, Dwight 103 Hawley, Kenneth 91 Hawley, Linda 111 Hayden, Gene 111,126,194, 135 Hayes, William 124,103 Heath, James 103 Heath, Jay 176,184,103 Hefner, Saimecra 12,148, 53,44,178 Hefner, Walter 92,90,91 76,171,134,161 Heimbigner, Craig 53 Helms, Stephen Helms, William 91,176 Hendren, Kathy Hendrickson, Mark 111 Hennessey, Molly 103,188 Henreck, Dennis 124 Henry, Kenneth 111,126,180 135 Henry, Patti 91,193 Henson, Michael 53,192 Hern, Patty 176,103 Herrick, Dennis 103 Herron, David 54,129,128, 141,135 Herron, John 111 Hickey, Peggy Hicks, Laurel 103 Highbarger, Betzi 103 Highbarger, Jodi 148,54,75, 179,42 Hilderbrand, James 103 Hilderbrand, Raymond Hill, Charlene 111 Hill, David 103 Hill, Gary 131,103 Hill, James Hill, Marshall 193,181 Hill, Pamela 194,103,117 Hill, Robert Hill, Serina 103 Hogewoning, Jacob Hoglan, Terri Hill, Ted 54,43,158,196, 157 Gippert, Daine117 Giraud, Edward 124,102 Giraud, Richard 194,102 Gladder, Edward 134 Glendenning, Earl 114 Glenn, Christine 149,152,91, 178,164,160,161 Glenn, Richard 117 Glover, Varnel 91 Glymm, Julie 102 Glynn, Brian 131,111 Glynn, Rick 91 Gongaware, Dave Gonser, Cynthia 91 Gonser, Gail 51 Gonser, Stanley 111 Good, Charles 111 Good, Peggy 194,102 Good, Theresa Goodwin, Estelletta Gowdey, Craig 51 Gower, Ann 176,194,175, 102 Gower, Robert 91,171,137 Gower, Timothy 111 Gowin, Paula 102 Gracio, Donald 195 Hamblin, Linda Hamilton, Debra 176,194 103 Hamilton, Paul 53,126, 15,1 35 Hamilton, Sonja 111 Hamlin, Michael 103 Hanenburg, Daniel 103 Hanenburg, Julie 53 Haney, Melinda 148,53, 176, 82,191,39,207,161 Hann, Robert 91 Hannas, Hansel, Douglas 53 Jane 111 Hansen, Karen 91,176 Hansen, Martin 111,126 Hansen, Sylvia Hansen, William Hanses, Sheri Mae 176,103 Hanson, Charles 53 Hanson, Cymthic103 Hanson, Loretta 53 Hansen, John 91 Harcling, Susan 91 Hardy, Richard 124 Hare, M ichael 53,67,122, Hilliard, Margaret 91,193 Hipperson, Mark 124,103, 130 Hipperson, Susan 169,148, 54,177,172,168 Hippler, Chris Hitchcock, Vickie 54,42 Hite, Roberta 91,194 Hoag, Julie Ann 91 Hobson, Craig 54,176 Hobson, Julie 111 Hodges, Linda 54 Hodges, Vincent Hoff, Gary 91,123,134 Hoffman, Laura 103 Hogandjke, Curt 132 Hogewoning, Jacob 111 Hoglan, Terry 111 Hohnwaldt, Margo 149,91 , 152,194 Hojem, Marilyn 91,176,181 194,172 Holloway, Charles 103 Holloway, Debbie 111 Holloway, James 111,103 Holloway, James Holmes, Oliver 91 Holmes, Robert Holt, Barbara 103 Holt, Barry 91 Holt, Tommy Homburg, Terry 103 Hoogendijk, Curtis 54,124 Hoover, Ronald 54 Hopkins, Gayle 111 Hopkins, Janice Hopkins, Rebecca 111 Hopkins, Russell Horn, Mike Horobiowski, John Horobiowski, Leo 54,157 Horobiowski, Theodore 125, 176 Horrell, Byron 129,175,103 Horton, Brent 124 Horton, Kurt 54,129,42 Houghton, Elaine Houghton, William Houk, Julie 111 House, Dale 117 House, Mitchel 103 Hovino, Kathy 148,152, 170,54,73,177,169,172, 42,169 Howard, Diana 111,194,117 Howard, Leanne Howell, Stephen 103 Howell, Susan 54,175,188 Hoy, Julie 103 Hoyt, Terry Hudson, Hal 111,137 Hudson, Holly 190,103 Hudson, Patricia 111 Hudson, Thomas 54,62,122, 180,160,136,135 Huey, Dorothy 146,145,178, 190,103 Huey, Jeffrey 171,129 Huey, Warren 171,185 Huff, Paul 134 Hummer, Bruce Hugt, Bruce 103 -Flu t, Dave'111 . 5 Jenine . fa rt Husby, Sh ,146,142 147,103 Hustad, Deanna 144,148, 103,142 Huston, Gary 103 Huston, Gregory 118 Hutchins, Anna 54,194 Hutchinson, Shelley 111,190, 180 Hutson, Fay 111 Hutts, Ja mes 111,118 Ingles, Alexander 111 Inman, Michael 131,176 lron, Janey 54,176,172 lyall, Susan 103 Jefferson, Patricia Jack, Denise 55 Jacobsen, Eric 103,137 Jacobson, Cynthia 146, 147,176,103 James, Deborah 93 Jamme, Douglas 55,138 Jansma, Mary 93,170,176, 169 Janssen, Bill 124 Janssen, Diane 118 Janssen, Donna 93 Jelsing, Kenneth 103 Jennen, Ronald 111 Jensen, Richard 93,103 Jessee, Deborah Jewell, J udith 159,148, Joern, Dennis 103 55,82,172,42,157 John, Randy 93,132,137 Johns, Gary 93 Johns, Steven 55,182 Johnson, Alan Johnson, Cort Johnson, Daniel 93 Johnson, David 93 Johnson, Craig 124 Johnson, Deborah 93,164 ow S N Johnson, Edward Johnson, Glenda 93 Johnson, James 55 Johnson, James 42 Johnson, John 103 Johnson, Joyce Johnson, Keith Johnson, Lee 93 Johnson, Margart 55 Johnson, Norma 103 Johnson, Richard 171,103 Johnson, Sharon 93,103 Johnson, Sharon Johnson, Virginia Johnson, William 134 Johnston, Cheryl 55 Johnston, Deborah 179,103 Johnston, Deborah 148,55 Johnston, Donna 148,55, 173 Jones, Barbara 93 Jones, Chris 111,118,130 Jones, Connie 55,182 Jones, Deborah 93 Jones. Kathleen 118 Jones, Kevin 93 Jones, Marcia Jones, Marcy 93 Jones, Paul 111,118,134 Jones, Randy Jones, Sherry 118 ' Jones, Wendy 111,190 Jorgenson, Neil 11 Judd, Daryl 93,176 Judd, Michael 103 Judd, Samuel 111 Juhnke, Ann 58 Jury, Judy 112 Kalakosky, Paul Kane, Victor 93,123,134, 180 Kawell, Richard Keck, Cora 103 Keel, Christine 112 Keel, Patricia 149,93, 170,178 Keen, Kathleen 103 Keene, Jill 103 Keene, Patsy 58,192,193, 181 Kegley, Cynthia 149,177, 164,183,118 Keith, Linda Keller, David 58 Keller, Randall 112 Keller, Rick 112 Kellogg, Ray 131,103 Kellogg, Robert 93 Kelly, Dar1ail93 Kelly, Jacquelyn 58 Kelly, Jimmy Kelly, Steve 124 Kemnitz, Debbie 103 Kemnitz, Luann 190,112 Kendall, Jack 93 Kendall, Jayn103 Kennedy, Jackie 103 Kenney, Bridget 149,93,87, 170,178,176,193,142,164,161 Kenney, Maureen 58 Kennicutt, Colleen 93,193, 192,188 Kensok, Ronald 58 Kent, Rod 93 Kent, Steven 58,192, 193 Kephart, John Kephart, Jack 103 Kephart, Raleigh 166,148,58, 59,71 ,170,172,42,81 ,166, 14,161 Keppler, Christon 93 Kerlay, Cindy 170 Keys, Ellen 194,103, Kiehn, Donald 93 Kiel, Leza112 Kienholz, John 112 Killian, Raymond Kimpel, Debra 12,148,58, 191,196,170,6,211,167,1 ing, James 58,192,193 King, Robert 58,160,176 King, Rusty Kinnan, Darlene 58,182 Kinnan, Loren 194, 104 51,166 Kinne, Kathleen 58 Kinzle, Linda 146 Kinzel, Susan 93 Kirby, Donald 58,176 Klein, Jerry 58 Klein, Randle 122 Klein, Steven 59 Kleven, Gregory 112 Kline, Jon 124 Kluckhohn, Janet 104,118 Klunder, Constance Knaff, Christine 193,118 Knauft, Cheryl 112 Knauft, Diane 104 Knight, Robert 59 Knudsen, Jon Knutson, Connie 104 Knutson, Colleen 93,173, 143 K utso Pame a ,W 48. 9 17 V Koch, Phy is 112 Kochel, Timothy 59,193,188 Koenig, Terri 59,184 Koeppel, Joy 104 Komar, Robert 118,112 Korling, Debra 59 Korling, Michael 171 Kornmeyer, Keith 59,188 Kostelecky, Joseph 59,160 133,132,140 Kostelecky, Pamela Kostelecky, Pam 146,194, 112 Kostelecky, Suzanne 149, 142,93,178,172,142 Kraay, Mark 93,188,129 Krahn, Gregory 93,190 138 Krieger, Glenn Krebs, Kandyce 12,148,6O 76,178,42,196,170,211,157 Krell, Kathleen 148,152, 60,179,176,42 Krell, Robert 93,171 Krohn, William 126,104,135 Kroling, Michael 93 Kroneman, Cynthia 104 Kropff, Harry 92,93,183,214, 193 Krous, Delmer 60 Krous, Robert 112 Krueger, Steve 60,188 Kruger, Dennis 60,182 Kruger, James Kube, Carolyn 193,104 Kuest, Brian 112 Kuhn, Gregory Labrie, Monte 124,190,113 Laird, Patty Lamarsh, Ronald 93 Lambert, Jack 93 Lang, Billie 93 Lang, Vicky 93 Langworthy, Charles Larkin, Brenda 149,93, 178,172 Larkin, Kim 112 Larkin, Nita 112 Larkin, Paula 148,152, 60,168 Larkin, Steven 124,104 Larson, Carl 160,73,176 188,208 Larson, Debbie 188,104 Larson, Douglas 60 Larson, Joanne Larson, Scott 60,192, 193 Larson, Susan 149,93, 194 Larson, Trudy 148,60 Larson, Vicki 93,176,175, 185 Lassman, Rick Latimer, Ethel 93 Lavalle, Alan 93 Lavanne, Staney 144 Lavaune, Staley 170 Law, Mark 112 Lawrence, Roger 61 Lawson, Glenn 104 Lawson, Mary 93 Lawson, William 104 Lawton, Debra 93,184 Lawton, Reed 112 Lay, Darlene Leblanc, Cynthia 104 Lee, Debra Lee, Delbert Lee, Eva 61 Lee, Jim 104 Lee, Linda 104 Lefors, Dennis 104 Legge, John Leone, Mark Leppell, Renee 61,104,182 Lesonik, Renee 194,104 Level, Ed 104 Lewis, Pamela 61,176 Lewis, Richard 61,157 128,129,136 Lewis, Robert Lewis, Tim 104 Lienitz, Martin 103 Lightfoot, Genia 175 Likarish, Daniel 61,175, 42,6 Lill, Dale 125 Lind, Curtis 104,130 Lindeblad, Mary 148,61, 73,177,176,156,172,42,209 Lindon, Patricia 61 Lindsley, Ray 123,112,134 Lines, Barry 122,123, 180,129,141,135 Lines, Holly 176,104 Lipp, Linda 61 ,176,173, 178,175,185 Lipp, Mary 185 Littman, Susan Litzenberger, Gordon 112, 130 Litzenberger, Gary 112 Lobe, Edwin 104 Logan, Patrick 61,191,160, t 42,127,129,128,141 Long, Coral 184,112 Long, David Long, Tiena194,104 Longie, Sharon 112 Lopez, Frank Louie, Jack 61 Louie, Joan 61,164 Louie, Judith 61,179,182, 164 Lovell, Linda 179,161 Lovell, Vicki 61,182 Lubbess, Elizabeth 112 Lucas, Debra 144,146, 176,164,163,104 Lucas, Timothy 112 Luft, Gary 124,104,130, 135 Lukinbill, Russell Lumbi, Rocky 130 Lund, Robert 61 Lundberg, Kim 61 Lunzer, David 112,130 Lunzer, Joseph 130,137 Lynch, Nancy Lyonnais, Kim 62,52 Lystad, Lee 193 Lystad, Richard 131,104 Maas, Dennis 104 Mabrey, Mary 149,175 142,160,161 Mabrey, Sue 104 MacDonald, Marsha MacDonald, Scott 176 Macurdy, Tamala 62,156 175,163,161 Magnus, Pam 148,145,62, 173,176,192 Maher, Daniel 171,177.169, 14 Mahon, Robert 124,112 Mallon, Gary 169,62,171, 169,193,180,129,128,135 Mallon, Leo 176 Malott, Crystal 194 Maly, Louis Mandt, Marilynn 194,104 Marabello, Joseph Marabello, Lola 190,188,104 Marabello, Tom Marcinowski, Deborah 194 112 Marion, Ronald 112 Markham, Pamela 188 Marston, Fred 124,130 Martin, Constance 149,148,176, 190,172,193,164 Martin, Dennis 175 Martin, Jacqueline 104 Martin, Jon Martin, Kathy 194,112 Martin, Kathy 104 Martin, Lesley Martin,Michael 104,112,130 Martin, Michael Martin, Pamela 104 Martins, Vicki 104 Martins, Frank 104 Martinelli, Jeffrey 104 Martinson, Julie 144,173 Mashtare, Rick Mason, Glenice 194,104 Mason, Lavonda Mason, Patricia Matthews, Debe Mathews, Dee Anne Mattie, Stephen 62,190 Matts, Edward Matts, John Maxwell, Janet Maxwell, Raymond Mayther, Roberta 62 McAdams, Mike 112 McAfee, Helen 146,194,142, 104,161 McAfee, Sharon 112 McAllister, Michael 123,177, 168,180,118,129 McAndrews, John McBride, Deborah 149,176,169 172,183,170,160 McBride, Kathleen McCandless, Gaillyn 104 McCarrey, Mike McClain, Patricia 104 McCellen, Mary 146,178,161 McClain, Sarah 176 McCort, Vincent 194,112 McCormack, Gregory 112 McCreary, Kathern 62,173 McCreary, Susan McDaniel, James McDaniel, Mary 179 McGavran, Roger McGee, Diane McGee, Jill McGibbon, Dan 104 McGuire, Henry McHenry, Ricky 62 Mcllveen, Kathy 104 McKenna, Kenneth McLaughlin, Arnold 193 McLaughlin, Matt 62 McLaurine, Joetta 118,112 McLellan, Nancy 176 McLellan, Mary 194,106 McLellan, Robert 62 McLendon, Mack 106 McLeod, Diana 113 McVaugh, William 63 McVey, Robert 63,182 Meador, Dale 63 Meagher, Neil Meddock, Donna Meigs, Kerry 122 Meller, Laura 63,177,188, 201,161 Mellinger, Carol Mellon, Rhonda 176 Mendenhall, Merrian 106 Meredith, Paul 87,118, 201 Merrell, Deborah 63 Merriman, John 193 Merritt, Pamela Merwin, Martha Merwin, Martin 129 Meyer, Connie 113 Meyer, Douglas 106 Meyer, Michael 63,126,180 Meyers, Mary 181 Mickelson, Marjorie 113 Millar, David 131,180 Millar, Douglas 63,176, 210 Miller, Carrie 113 Miller, Curtis 131,171,176, 158,188 Miller, David 63,171,106 Miller, Garlan Miller, Gary 106 Miller, Julie 194,113 Miller, Lea 63 Miller, Marc 63,171 ,1 76, 191 ,1 83,42,161 Miller, Perry 64 Miller, Victor 113 Mills, Charlene Mills, Kenneth 64 Minkler , Gary 106 Minkler, Laura 194,113 Minor, Nancy 64,192, 193. Mitchell, Anita 118 Mitchell, Catherine Mitchell, Dean 106 Mitchell, Gary Mitchell, Laura Mitchell, Mary Mitchell, Penny 149,178,190, 191,160,161 Mitchell, Robert 64,48,176,127,180 Mitchell, Rory 118 Mitchum, Cameron 132 Mix, Alan Mizell, Cheryl 106 Mock, Janice Moe, Thomas 176,113 Moland, Debra 194,106 Monaha n, RickN124 Montesano, George Moon, Carla 194 Mooney, Lesley 64,210 Mooney, Mike 106 , Mooney, Shirley Moore, Rebecca 106 1 Morehouse, Terry 157,64, 123 1 Morgan, Bruce 131,64,62, 71,123,186,161 Morgan, Joanne 106 Morgan, Rebecca 194,113 Morgan, Rodney 106 Morgareidge, Marcia 106 Morin, Thomas 129,106 Morlan, Debra 113 Morrill, Lonni113 Morrill, Rosemary 64,182 Morris, Kathleen 12,144,148, 64,173,172,196,170,164 Morris, Harlan 122 Morris, Kevin 131,64,123, Nesbitt, Bonnie 65 Nesbitt, Dave 124 Nesbitt, Terri 106 Nesdahl, Sandra Ness, Pamela 118 Nestoss, Lester 125,190 Nevdahl, Martin 113 Neville, Debby 101 Newberg, Donna 148,11,65, 179,192,193,164,162,208 Newell, Rose Newsome, Steve Nichols, Donna 194,106 Nichols, Nancy 194,106 Nickell, Larry 106 Nodland, Julie 146 Nooland, Karen 148,65, 106,193,181 Nolan, Debbra 113 Norbert, Sharon 168,65,177, 169,168 Norby, Diane 106 Norby, Robin Noren, Nancy 65,182 Norman, Gail 173 Northcutt, Charles 106,130, 135 Northcutt, Marjorie 65,74, 191,157,181,160 Northcutt, Paul 124,113 Northcutt, Peter 122,171, 185,134,161 Oconnell, Dorthy 113,118 Olberding, Douglas 113,137 Olds, Deborah 65 Olds, Jullie Olson, L.iChristopher Olson, Mark 65 Olson, Susan 106 Olson, Tina 113 Omeara, Lila 176,172,118 Oneill, Mac Oneill, Scott Orcutt, David 66,183,42 Orcutt, Gloria 194,106 Ostendorf, Shirley 66, 182 Othmer, Connie 148,178, 188, 180 Morris, Perry 163,113 Morrison, Warren 65,192,191, 129, 128,161 Morrow, Vicki 65 Morse, Barbara 106 Morse, Debra Muir, Je Mulkey, Mulke nnifer 194,112 Jeannette 106 Philli 65 Y. P Muller, Donald Mulvey, Robert 106 Munyan, Charlene 194 Munyan, 142 Murphy, Jeanette 118,122 Mur h Kerr 65 192 D V. Y , Murphy, Thomas 106 Murphy, Thomas Mutton, Paul 137 Mutton, Anita 118 Myhre, Ray Nakagawa, Junzo 65,74,42, 81,188,132 Naset, Clayton 106 Nash, M ary 65,173,157 Nast, Dennis Natwick, Jan 194,113 Natwick, Lila 173 Natwick, Vicki 149,170, 184 Neely, James Neil, Melvin Nelson, David 106 Nelson, Duane 65 Nelson, John 125,176,175, 180 Nelson, Juliene 194,106 Nelson, Marcella 146,147, 106 Nelson, Michael 190 Nelson, Paul 106 Nelson, Phillip 65,182 Nelson, Stephen 194,113 Nepean, Jacqueline 194 Marsha 144,146,106, 176,106 Overfield, Joan 66 Overhauser, Dan Owen, Michael 66 Owens, John Owens, John 66,182 Owens, Ken 66,182 Pabst, Donald Pabst, Donna Paeper, Louis Paine, Penney 66 Palmer, Sandra 113 Panagos, Barbara Panknin, Bill Parke, Karyl 113 Parker Parker Parker, John 137 Parker, , Karyl 190,194 , Marilyn 106,193 Sue 176 Parkins, Karen 181 Parr, Cynthie 194,106 Parr, Jan 178,176,175,193, 170,164,161 Pasicznyk, Sandra Pasicznyk, Sharon 149,87 Patterson, Stephen 66,122, 129,128 Patterson, Susan 106 Patterson, Vickie Payne, Cheryl 106 Payne, Debra 113 Pearsall, Craig 66,122, 203,140 Pearsall, John 106 Pearsall, Margaret 106 Pearson, Danny Peasley, Donald Pederson, Roger 106 Pedey, Dana Pegg, Kenneth 113,130 Pendergraft, Betty 66 Pelley, Susan 113 Pennington, Charlene 106 Pennington, Eugene 130 Peoples, Pamela Sue Perkins, Bob . Perno, James 113,130 Perry, Debra 113 Perry, Donald 66,126 Perry, James 137 Peters, Connie 106 Peters, Dale 66 Peterschick, Randy Petersen, Bruce 194,113 Petersen, Rick 96 Petersen, Sharon 66 Peterson, Bruce Peterson, Laura 96 Peterson, Robert 124 Petrone, Michael 66 Petterson, Margaret 113 Pettey, Marsha 145,66,179, 172,164 Pettcello, A. Patricia 42 Pfeiffer, Joyce 66,176 Pfeiffer, Sandra 67 Pharr, Ann 176 Phillippi, Bruce 96 Phillips, Alan 67,80, 190 Phillips, Gordon Phillippini, chuck 106,137 Pichette, Albert 96,194 Pierce, Linda 194,172,106 Pierce, Richard 113 Pilarski, Hal 96 Pillsbury, Neoma Pillsbury, Rita Piper, James 113,134 Piper, Nancy 96 Pitt, William 67 Pitts, Anthony Platz, Dennis 79 Plumb, Melinda 96,176, 172 Plybon, Nora 113 Poetter, Richard 67 Pohle, Nancy 106,118 Poirier, Daniel Poirier, David 195 Poirier, Marijean 100,113 Polione, Mark Pomeroy, Steven 96,6 Poole, Bradley 176,106,195 Poole, Gregory 67,176,42,185 Port, Beverly 96 Porta, Margie 146,176,106 Porter, Teresa 96,106 Potter, Brion 123,106,193, 180,132,135 Potter, David 67 Potter, Sally 194,113 Potter, Sally 113 Potter, Terese Powell, Dorothea Powell, Ronda 176 Powers, Roseanna 96 Prather, Judith 113 Press, Maria 96 Priel, John Pritchard, Chris 96 Prophet, John 96 Prosser, Colleen 67,194 Provinsal, Jane Pryor, Ralph 67 Quarders, David Ouarders, Deanna 113 Ouiggle, James 106 Quinn, Teresa Radmer, Gary 137 Radmer, Jeanne 96 Radmer, Judy 148,67,179, 172,42,164 Radmer, Robert 124 Radmer, Ronald Rae, David 128 Rainey, Patrick 118 Ralph, Charlene 113 Ramsey, Steven 96,90, 192,193,134,137 Ransier, Rene Rapp, Annette 190,113 Rapp, Martin 190,113 Rapp, Martin 190,113 Rapp, Robert 96,118 Rau, Linda 68 Ray, Laurence 96 Rayon, Greg 96,176 Read, Kent 96,176 Read, Pam 176 Reagan, Ronald 68 Rekkins, Bobby 100 Redshan, Anne Marie Redshaw, Barry Reed, Joyce 96,194 Reeder, Craig 190 Reel, Barbara 96 Rees, Cindy 96 Rees, John 96 Reiber, Vicki Reichelt, Sari 68,176, 175 Reichert, Susan 68,194 Reid, William 126,113, 135 Reida, Jody Renn, Shalla Mae 113 Renner, Christian 68,182 Renner, Valerie 96 Repp, Debora 96 Ressa, Rick Retter, David 122,123, 130,138 Reynolds, Pat Reynolds, Michael 68, 185 Rhea, Robert 190 Rhoads, Julie Rhoads, Mindy 184,194 Rhodes, Lana 113 Rich, Cynthia 188 Richards, Brenda 190,113 Richards, James 96 Richardson, David Richmond, Michael 124,130,138 Ridout, Lloyd Riehle, Kim 68,171,42, 185 Rigney, Deana 96,176 Riley, Pamela 96,194 Riordan, Laura 113 Riordan, Frank Riordan, Kathleen 161 Riordan, Steven 68 Riordon, Kathy 68,173 Risinger Richard Risley, Bill Risinger, Ronald Roadruck, Roger 96 Robar, Scott 68 Robbins, Mark 124 Roberts, Karen 96 Roberts, Mardel 68,172 Robertson, James Robertson, Mark Robideaux, Mike Robideaux, Myrna 68,184 Robideaux, Wayne 118 Robinette, William 68,171, 182,136 Robins, Karen 144,173 Robinson, Calvin Robinson, Dan Robinette, Martin 194, 130,135 Robinette, Sally 172 Robinette, Saralee 164 Robison, Gene Rodriguez, Rose 176,194 Rogers, Dale 124,113 Rogers, Nancy 96,176,173, 178,175,193 Roll, Steve 68,42 Rooney, Anita Rooney, Barbara 113 Rooney, Jeffrey 190 Roop, Mark Roper, Marilee 148,145,68, 173,192,190,193 Rorberg, Steven 190 Rosenbalm, Clifford Rose, Katherine 69 Roseberry, Leroy 96,171, 176,175 Rosenau, William 113 Rosengrant, Robert 113 Rosenlund, Diana 69,185 Ross, Cheri Ross, Darrell Ross, Denise Ross, Kay 69 Ross, Stuart 96,87 Roth, Anne 176,184,172 Rouse, David 118 Royal, Glenn 96 Royer, Richard Roys, John Ruals, Cheryl 142 Ruhs, Leland Ruhs, Lester 96 Rudolph, Vonne 69,192,42, 193,6,188 Ruetsch, Fred 118 Rupp, Theresa 113 Runeberg, Rick 96 Russell, Dana 113 Russell, Pamela 69,176,142, 104 Russell, Richard Ryals, Cheryl 96,188, 201 Ryan, Elizabeth 114 Rydbom, Michael 96 Sabado, Louise Sacco, Ralph 79 Saffle, Kathy Sailand, Linda 96 Sailand, Vern Salerno, Michael 69 Saling, Ron 70,43,126, 191,37,180,135 Salisbury, Karen 118,161 Sammons, Thomas Kip Sampson, Arron 70,180 Sampson, Dale 114 Samuels, Charles 96 Samuels, Linda 114,118 Samuels, Loretta 114,118 Sandall, Jerry 70 Sandberg, Del 190,130, 138 Sander, Michael 114 Sanders, Norman Sanders, Scott Sanderson, Maryleslie 114 Sanford, Arlene 96,144, 142 Sanford, Lloyd Sapp, David Sarber, Richard 96 Sather, Holly 114,161 Sather, Marcia 96,90. 149,11,152,170,161 Saunders, Nancy 70,182 Sauser, Stephen 114 Sausser, Harvey 114 Saxton, Kim Saxton, Sam 96 Saywers, Dennis 118 Scalf, Patricia 70 Scalise, Deborah 70 Scalise, Steven Schaber, Albert 70,193 Schade, Betty 114 Schade, Charles Schafer, Gail Anita 96 Schafer, Gail Ann 96 Schafer, Randal 157,70, 159,158,141 Schafer, Richard 70,157, 160 Schaller, David 124 Schell, Deana 190 Schell, Judy 70,176 Schfield, Sandy 193 Schierholz, Debbie Schierholz, Dewayne Schiffner, Martin Schilling, Gary 124,188,114 Schilling, Karen 96,188,176 172,175,165 Schirrner, Marty 80 Schmahl, Anne Schmidt, Leon Schmidt, Rick Schmidt, Ronald 71 Schmiedmiller, Janet 79 Schneider, Alfred 96,176, 111 Schneider, Barbara 190,105, 118 Schoenberg, Kurt 114,135 Schoenberg, Robert Schroeder, Charles 126,135 Schroeder, Debra 96,192, 193 Schroeder, Robert 71 Schroeder, Steven 71 Schubert, James 71 ,75, 179,172,179,133,132,141 Schubert, Marcia Schuenemann, Joanne 71 Schuh, Debra 190,194 Schwanz, Daniel Scofield, Sandra 71,182 Scofield, Sheila 194,114 Scoles, Jack 71 Scoles, Linda Scott, Craig 71,123,176, 140 Scott, Kathy 96 Scott, Lucy 96,176,172,118 Scott, Marilyn 71 Seger, Bonnie 96,149,178, 172 Seger, Janet 146,147,178, 164,161 Seibert, Elaine 72 Seidel, Lester 96 Seidel, Richard Seigle, Norma 194,118 Seim, Mark Raymond Seim, Patricia Sekijima, Sally 144,148, 72,191 ,42,1 70,162 Sellers, Jon 96,135 Senter, Kerry 96 Serafine, Rosemarie 96, 176 Serafini, Thomas Sertz, Robert 124 Sevy, Rodne 72 Seymore, Connie 96,194 Shaffer, Robert Shane, Carolyn 190,114 Shane, Kathleen 96,192, 193 Shaw, Kelvin 96 Sheets, Loretta Sheets, Michael 96,179, 168 Shell, Deana 190 Shellabarger, Howard 124 Shelly, Donna 194,118 Shields, Daniel 96 Shields, Diane 72,192, 193 Shields, Joseph 129 Shinn, Christine 96,92, 161 Shirkey, George 72 Shirkey, Karen 114 Shirkey, Steven 176,134 Shoffner, Douglas 144 Shuford, Beverly 72 Siage, Barbara 149 Sicilia, Ricki Sieber, Regine 72 Sieber, Jeannie 182 Siegel, Raymond 190,114 Siegel, Norma 100 Siegel, Richard 114 Silver, David 124 1 Simchuk, Tyha 176 Simons, Bernard 114 Simons, Gloria Simpson, Sherry 144,148,166, 72,48,172,42,39,167,161 Sims, Regina 97 Sims, Robert 124,188,134 Sipp, Cheryl 97,190 Siverson, Ronald Sivills, David 126,114,125, 135 Sivills, Denise 149,91 172 Skinner, Jamie 97,188 Skinner, Judith 190,114 Skogen, Cheryl 194 Slagle, Barbara 97,178,176, 172 Slavens, Michael 118,138 Slavens, William 190 Sleeman, Debra Slusser, John 97 Smith, Barbara Smith, Brand 124 Smith, Christina 97 Smith, cindy 97,173,188 Smith, Connie 97,172,193, 143 Smith, Connie Lea Smith, Elizabeth 114 Smith, Guy Smith, Jeanne 97 Smith, Jesse , Smith, Joyanna 72 Smith, Kimberly 134 Smith, Linda Smith, Mike 97 Smith, Nancy Ruth Smith, Nicholas 124 Smith, Peter Larry 97 Smith, Philip 97 Smith, Diana 172 Smith, Ramona 188 Smith, Rodney Smith, Sarah 97 Smith, Stephen 72,42 Smith, Timothy 73 Smith, Vickie Smith, William Smithson, Rodney 114,130 Snell, John Snider, Wayne Sniokas, Peter 97 Snow, Deborah 97 Snyder, David 97 Solverson, Dale Somers, Terry Somerville, Susan 148, 73,182,161 Sonner, Kathleen 73 Sorensen, Diane 194,114 Sorenson, Auden Sorenson, Dunny 125,138,97 Sorenson, Gail 149,97, 87,193,161 Spalding, Linda 118 Speer, Cheryl 73 Spence, Ann Spencer, Linda Spilker, Mary Spoerhase, C.T. 97,176 Sporehage, Chris 171 Squires, Dave 97 Squires, Dianne Squires, Gregory 194,134 Stafford, Randolph 97 Stalcup, Deena 176 Stalcup, Michael Staley, Charles 79 Stanczak, Sandra Standaart, David 114 Standaart, Lynda 118 Standaart, Ruth 73,42 Stannard, Bill 73 Stannard, Robert 114 Starmer, Pamela 118 Starr, Rick 73,192,188 Steenhard, David 73 Steenhard, Edward Steinbach, Debra 144 Stella, Debra 97 Stern, Charles 97,171, 127 Sterritt, Cynthia 114 Stewart, Mark 73 Stewart, Randy Stewart, Roscoe 97 Stichweh, Carl 97 Stickel, Gary Stiles, Craig 74,125, 180 Stolt, Danny Stolte, Cynthia 108,194 Stone, Dean 74,42 Stone, Denisa Stone, Jessica Storms, Peter Stotts, Hugh 97 Stauffer, Nancy Stow, Craig 74 Strayer, Cindy 108,194 Strong, Larry 176 Stroud, Blanche 97 Stuart, Kathy 74,179,160, 201 Stueve, Julie 146,147,108, 176 Stueve, Terri 149,97 Sturm, Paul 74 Sullivan, Camille 108, 176 Sullivan, Janell 144,148, 42,74,170,179,162 Sullivan, Jay 74,123,127, 82,39,193,180,128,140,135 Summeralls, Jerraldin 74 Summers, Delbert 74 Summers, Edward 97,125 Summers, Marsha 108,194 Summers, Evelyn 97,176, 175 Sumner, Susanne 97,176, 172 Sutherland, James 74 Sutherland, Muriel Sutton, Jeri 108,47 Sutton, Ronald Swaleson, Diane 114 Swank, Donna 100,114 Valentine, David 108 Wren, Margaret 79 Swank, Lester 75 Swanson, Christy 176 Swanson, Jill 75 Swanson, John Swindell, David 4-28,114 Sykes, Eugene 124,114, 134,135 Sykes, Jon 114 Taccogna, Frank Talarico, Mark 116 Tanner, Rebecca 108,176 Tanner, Terry 97,188 Tarbert, Dorine 97,118 Taylor, Daniel 108,118 Taylor, Debra 148,75, 62,179,191,179 Taylor, Kristi 149,173, 185,160 Taylor, William 190 Tinnell, Mike 108 Thomas, Charles 188,116 Thomas, Deber 116 Thomas Mark 108 Thomas, William 118 Thompson, Carole 108,194 Thompson, Dale Thompson Donna 149,97, 170 Thompson, Gary 97 Thompson, George 116 Thompson Marilyn 108,97 Thompson Michael 108,123, Zelinski, Vernon 118 176,130,139,138 Thompson, Serena 97 Thompson, Sharron Thompson, Theodore 97 Thorne, Thomas Thosath, Roc 108 Timblin, John 108 Tinnell, Candy 75 Tinnell, Doug Tintor, Tina 149,97,185, 164,163 Tobias, Cheryl 108 Torrence, Patricia 116 Torrisi, Franklin 116, 130 Torstinson, Steve 108 Tower, Rebekah 181 Tower, Roberta 97,181,108 Towers, Patricia 108,194 Tracy, Connie 75 Tracy, Linda 75,42 Tracy, Terilyn 97 Treffry, Elaine 116 Tremblay, Cheryl 108,194 Tripp, James 97 Trudeau, Renee 108 Truesdale, Leslie Truesdale, Vickie Trujillo, Dan 124 Trusty, Bruce 97 Trusty, Kim 75,193 Trusty, Tamara 146,108 Turk, Jaime 108,176,163 Turk, Regine172 Turner, Leann 97 Turpen, Alan 192,193 Tyree, Terry Unterseher, Linda 97 Usher, Herb 76 Valentine, Glenys 97 Vanbelle, Juleann 108 VanCamp, Vernon 108 VanCleef, Jan 148,76,157, 170,212 Van Deveer, Michael 124,137 VanGrimbergen, Tim VanGuilder, Jerry 116 Van Kuevea, Karen 49 Van Leuven, Karen 97 Van Lith, Phyllis 76,182 Vannier, Leslie 118,116 Vega, Sherry Verge, Debbie 142,148, 97,179,172,151 Verge, Sherrie 12,148,196, 76,44,172,42,163 Verhaag, Donna 97,193 Vincent, Harley 97 Vincent, Vicki 116 Vineyard, Garry 130 Vineyard, William 108 Vingo, Carmella 116 Von Steuben, Rene 108 Vulcano, David 129,194, 118,116 Vulcano, Sandra 97,184, 194 Wachter, Rickey 108 Wagemann, Kathleen 76 Wagemann, Steve 76 Waggoner, Loren 76,55 Waggy, Dee 108 Waid, Alan 76 Wakefield, Ricky 188 Wakenight, Dee 108,190, 118 Wald, Donae 176,116 Wald, Duane 171,194,193, 129,135 Wald, Jerome 76,176,136 Waldrop, Richard Walker, Kristine 194,116 Walker, Leslie 108 Walker, Pat 194 Wallace, Berry 97 Wallen, Lloyd 116,134 Wallis, Roy 76,42 Walsh, Daniel 116,137 Walsh, Marcia Walsh, Margaret Walton, Kathy 97,178,143 Walton, Robert 97,123 Wanless, Fredric 116 Warden, William Warehouse, Mary 146,108, 176,161 Warnke, Terry Warnook, Kathy 116 Warren, Ann 146,108 Warren, Richard 77 Warrer, Richard 75 Wasmund, Scott 108 Waterman, Gloria 97 Watson Watson Watson Wavada , Nancy 77 , Tanna 108,194 , Timothy 108 , Christopher Wavada, Jeannine 97 Webb, Emerson 77,123,184 Webb, Michael 77 Webster, Diana 97 Webster, Linda 108,190, 118 Weekley, Timothy 97,116 Weissenberger, Marie 108, 194 Weisser, Kathleen 77,182 Weitz, John 77 Welk, Catherine Wellbrink, William Wenrick, Susan 108 Werre, Diane Wertz, Robert 108,137 West, Trudy 78,182 Westad, Warren 171 Westfall, Denise 168,78, 177,172,42,168 White, Bill 108 White, Clarence 78,97, 183 White, Craig 116,130,137 White, Cynthia 116 White, Isabel 78 White, John 108 White, Lewis 194 White, Marvin White, Michael White, Perry White, Rhonda 108,118 White, Ric White, Sharon 78 Whited, Julie 78 Whiteside, Connie 148, 78,170,191,42 Whitver, Jay 97,87 Wickens, Jana 98 Wieber, Friedrich Wiggins, Shirley 98 Wilant, Keith 78,108,126, 180,129,135 Wilant, Kenneth 126 Wilbur, Richard Wilber, Kathy 108 Wilber, Terrance 98,185 Wilcox, Beverly 146,108 Wilcox, Jo Ann 78 Wilhelm, Carl Wilhelm, David 98,129 Wilhelm, Micheal 116 Wilkinson, Sandra 108 Williams, Carol 108,195 Williams, Debbie 108,188 Williams, James 188,116 Williams, Richard 98,180 Williams, Wade 108,124 Willms, Kristie 78,179 Wilson, Barbara 144,98, 178,169 Wilson, Daniel 125,171,176 Wilson, Dan 98,125 Wilson, Donald Windishar, Mary 188,116 Wilson, Stephen 98 Winestorfer, Jeff 108,118 Winter, Linda 98 Wise, Sally 108 Wisemore, Vicki 188,116 Wissink, David 98 Wittrock, Jo Ann 148,79,193 6,192,183,42,170 Wittrock, Julie 108,172 Wohl, Stephen 79,123 Wold, Robert 79,122,118,30 138,137 Wood, David 98,171,188 Wood, Ricky 79 Wood, Robert Wood, Yvonne 116 Wooldridge, Michael 98,185 Woolever, Douglas 116 Worstell, Susan 79,176,192, 172,42,193 Worthington, Carol 149, 98,142 Worthington, Joann 145,190, 118 Wright, Beth 108,194 Wright, George 98,108,194 Wright, Jerry 125 Wright, William 98,194 Wyland, Connie 108 Wyrick, Barbara 80 Wyrick, Carol 108,116 Wyrick, James 108,118 Yamamoto, Kay Yedinak, Dorothy 80 Yelvington, Mary 116 Yokin, Mike 108 Young, Bonita Young, Jerry Young, Sharon 80 Youngren, Karl 108 Youngren, Keith 98,124, 122,180,134,135 Zielinski, Dempsey T31 Zielinski, Ted 125,116, 134,137 Zielinski, Vern 124 Zinnecker, Jane 98,176, 115 Zinnecker, Katherine Zoeller, Ronald 131,80,176, 180 Zupan, Leslie 108,190 Zwischenberger, Chas 108 Zwischnbenger, Chuck 124 Zwischenberger, James 129, 1 16 Zwischenberger, Patsy 193 Ouir Sincere Thanks To: Mrs. Helen Thompson, Mr. Dale Quincy, Pischel Yearbooks, inc., Burchett's, Chatteau's, Mrs. June Anker, Mrs. Evelyn Conrath, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs. Marjorie Jennings, Mr. Lyle Jewell, Mr. Kenneth Hagen, Mr. Kenneth Mhyre, Mr. John Rodkey, Mr. George Smith, the faculty for being so understanding, our advisors, Mr. Ralph Montroy, Mrs. Barbara Eddy, Mr. Joe Jonas, and Mrs. Lynette McGarry. 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