North Eugene High School - Tartan Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 222 of the 1962 volume:
This book belongs to
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ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OF
NORTH EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL
MARY MEAD, Editor
LITHOGRAPHED BY COMMUNITY PRESS
IN DEDICATIO OF
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GRGANIZATIONS 127 - 1 53
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r We remember our teachers
who helped us all the way,
and these memories will endure
far beyond graduation day.
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Dr. Millard Z. Pond
Superintendent of Schoolr
The administration department consists
of five district members selected and
salaried by the school board. These five
members are of the Eugene Public School
System and attend every meeting and
function of the Eugene School Board.
They are held responsible for personnel,
curriculum, and operation of all elemen-
tary and secondary schools in District
Four. They work together with the school
board members to determine the policies
of the Eugene schools, and establish the
procedures and financial means for carry-
ing out these policies. The officers are
responsible for the fulfillment of these
decisions. One of the projects of the ad-
ministration which has met with great
success is the team teaching program
practiced throughout the Eugene School
Mr. Leroy Erdman
Mr. Lloyd Millhollen
Mr. LCC Bishop
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The North Eugene High Students would like to thank the
school board for the time they have contributed to the making
of our Eugene School System run more efficiently. The board
members are selected for a term of five years by the people
of the school district. The school board has the job of the
legal responsibility for conducting the business of the school
district. It established the policies under which the admin-
istration may operate the schools. The members are non-payed
citizens who devote their time, effort, and consideration to-
ward the improvement of the school district and to the com-
munity. These five members deserve much credit for their
contribution to making our school system run more efficiently.
Newbery of Ike Scboof Board:
Mr. Henry Nelson, Mr. Verne
Hoffman, Mr. Lee Bishop,
Alf. Rit'liul'tl Miller. Dr. Luc
.E. H. . Administration See
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Principal, North Eugene High School
I have always been proud to be affiliated with North Eugene High School and I am
sure you must feel the same way.
Therefore, I know that this yearbook will be a valuable chronicle of past events
for you, and I also know that you will treasure it even more as time goes by.
1961-1962 has been a fine year for North Eugene High School in general and for
many of you in particular. May the future be bright for all of you.
Principal, North Eugene High School
Another Sucoessfull Year
The students of North Eugene High School would like to
extend their thanks to the administration for another fine year
of leadership in the school.
The Deans, Mrs. Bergman and Mr. Zollinger, are at our
assistance in arranging schedules and promoting interest in
Mr. Newland, the Vice Principal, is a very efficient person
and makes an excellent administrator. His job is to take over
when the principal is away and to work mainly with the stu- 'T
The Principal, Mr. Hendrickson, has done a fine job in
keeping North Eugene in order. He is a very dedicated admin-
istrator and the school should congratulate him on his leader-
Mrs. Betty Bergman
Dean of Girl:
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Mr. Bob Newland Mr. Charles Zollinger
Vice Principal Dew of Bow
BA., U. of Redland
NLS.. U. of O.
Eating in class? ??
B.S., Luther College
American Problemf, US.
B'.S.. MA., Indiana U.
New classrooms and team teach-
ing used in Social Studies.
A new device for teaching Social Studies has been
set up this year. This new device is team-teaching,
Mr. Wiltz and Mr. Hamill are giving it a trial run.
Other new ideas have been used. The department has
set up departmental final exams in which each teacher
makes up a portion, of the final.
Students are in a hurry to get home and do their homework.
B.A., U. of Wafhingion
Englirh 2, lW0rlil Hillary
B.A., Simpton College,
MA., U. of Denver
U. S. Hiftory, Ameriran
BS., M.Ed. U. of O.
U. S. I-Iirlory. Modern
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Mr. Wiltz and team teaching.
BA., Colorado Stale Col.
M.A., Colorado State U.
U. S. Hirtory, American
Mr. Keele relaxing in class.
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Lecture by Mr. Wilrz in American Problems.
Miss Lottie Lee Lamb
B.S., U, of O., MA., U. oy
Carroll de Brockert
M.A., U. of O..
English 2, World Hirtory
Mrs. Jacqueline Morfirt
BA., U. of O., MA., O.S.U.
New cheating machine
North's library has a new added attrac-
tion this year which enables the librarians
to do a more efficient job of checking out
books. With the use of the Gaylord Book
Charging Machine, a more accurate record
of the library material can be kept. At the
beginning of the year, each student was is-
sued a library card with a number, similar
to those of the city library. Each student has
a corresponding numbered card in the lib-
rary in which his literary record is kept.
Swimming classes held for first time in new pool.
This is the first year of swimming for the students of North Eugene High
School as the River road Emerald Street pool hadn't been finished for the previous
As Miss Bogan stated, "the purpose for having swimming classes is to teach
everyone the correct way to breathe in swimming."
This year is a trial to decide whether to include swimming as a part of the
school curriculum or not. If it isn't worth going back and forth on the buses and
all of the confusion, it will be discontinued after this year.
Look at those muscles.
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Spring brings outdoor sports.. Did We fofgef anything?
Miss 'Agnes Best
Illfl., BS., Slate Uni-
venity of Iowa
Everyone's busy but where's the Miss Jacqueline Bogan
ball? B.S., M.S., U. of O.
Mrs. Gay Rauell
B.S., U. of U.
B.S., M.S., Springfield College
Boys' P. E.
It's not as hard as it looks!
Getting up there is the easy
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Students enjoy new Gymnasiums.
The approximate size of the new gym is 80 feet by 90 ftet. It was completed
about the middle of October. The area is divided by a sliding door, providing
a wrestling and gymnastic room for after school use. Apparatus "a" or the first room
is equipped with overhead rings and ropes for gymnastics. It's built into the regular
dressing rooms of the old gym. Apparatus "b" contains mats for wrestling while
"a" has a storage room for weights used in wrestling training. Everyone seems to
be enjoying this new addition along with the fine P. E. Department which helped
in the skills of gymnastics, tumbling and wrestling.
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Boyr' P. E.
Mr. Schick tried his hand at basketball.
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Boys' P. E.
Music department performs at
The music department consisting of A Cappella,
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band, and the orchestra, gave us fine performances this fini
year. They produced our Thanksgiving and Christmas
assemblies. They also gave other outstanding perform-
ances for the community and sang for the Lions club
and the Jaycees.
Estley Schick Clyde Diller
U. of O., BM., A Cappella, U. of O, B,M,, Band.
girls' choir, boys' choir, and
mixed choir. Department head.
Band performs for students at Christmas Assembly.
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Half time entertainment by the North High Band.
A Cappella performs at assembly.
U. of Colorado, B.M., orchestra
Three plays produced by Drama
The drama and speech department headed by Mr.
Quisenberry worked very hard this year to put on
three very fine plays. "On Borrowed Timed was the
first production, "Rebel Without a Cause," was sec-
ond, and "Bye, Bye, Birdie,'l was the final and third.
U. of O., B.S. Stage crafts, speech,
Hard working director. Learn ITIOSG lirlf-ES!!
Donald Moore Industrial Arts classes creative. famcmmimi
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The industrial art classes have been very creative
this past year. Each student has worked hard and in-
tently for this creativeness.
wwf Drivers Education students
prepare for licenses.
The students learning to drive in Drivers
Education class have spent an interesting time.
Besides the fact that they had a few exciting
moments they turned out to be good drivers.
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Hope no one was hurt.
Department bead. B.A., lWillarn-
ette, Geometry, calculus.
A1Gub1-ud Hard working Mr. Bell.
M.S., Syracafe. Algebra, biology.
Many mathematics courses offered.
B.S.. Southern Oregon College.
Adranterl znatb I, bane fnatb.
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The students were offered a variety of math
courses from basic to calculus. Basic and inter-
mediate maths improve the students understand-
ing of arithmetic. Algebra teaches a student to
broaden his concept of the nature of math. Geo-
metry is to develop ability to think critically
topics related to points and lines. Advanced math
2 is a continuous study of algebra but at a more
advanced level. Calculus and analytriecil geometry
include topics in differential and integral calculus
plus necessary topics from analytic geometry.
B.A., Carleton College
M.A.. Colorado State.
Advanced matb II. alge
BA., U. of O, Advanced
math I, advanced general
B. Eel., BS., U. of O. Geometry
B.S., U. of O. Conramerf rnatb
Science department helps
Biology deals with life and with living things and
their relationship to each other as well as to their sur-
roundings. Physics is concerned with the study of the
physical world, the world of forces, energy, electricity and
of the related laws and principles so basic to living with
understanding and appreciation in a modern world.
Chemistry deals with the study of basic natural laws that
take place between two materials. Applied Science is de-
signed for the student who wishes to increase his knowl-
edge of the applications of the principles of science to
our physical world.
J. A. Kaspar
Department head. B.A., ALA..
U. of Iouzz. Cfyemislry.
Hard working chemistry students.
N. Ed., P. of North Du-
BS.. U. 0fO.Bio1o,g3
Careful! I Sue Deyo and Mr. Lighty. OSC" MS" U' of O Bw
English students study Macbeth.
Mrs. Nancy Samson
BS., U. of O. Englisfla,
Miss Wilma Jacobson
Department head, BS., M. Ed.
U. of O. English.
BA., Denver Unizferrity.
MA.. Michigan Stare U.
Miss June Denison
BS.. U. of Minna' MS..
U. of O. Erzglifh.
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Mrs. Katie Hull
B. Ed., U. of O. Englnb.
Macbeth, The Pearl, and other great Works were studied
this year by English students. English courses teach students
appreciation of English and American literature plus the basic
fundamentals of the English language. All students are put in
classes according to their capacity and previous testing. Classes
start at basic and continue to college preparatory honors.
Miss Bonnie Brunken Mrs. Jane Lindberg
B.S., Brigham Young. BA.. U. of O. Erlgfiflo.
A.B., Indiana Slate Teachers Col
Engliyly, joarrzalifm, newfwriting
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N.E.H.S. uses new language lab.
This year at North foreign language students have
an opportunity to experience something new and unusual.
With the use of the language lab a student has an oppor-
tunity to better himself in the foreign language he is study-
ing. The lab is used by students during their French, Ger-
man, Spanish, or Latin class period or they can use the
lab after school for additional study.
Mrs. Marilyn Wiltz
B.S., M.Ed.. U. of O.
Mrs. Elizabeth Malagon
BA.. U. of O. Englifh
Mrs. Shirley Homefeld
A.B., Wflaittier College.
MA., Lo: Angele: State
College. M.R.E., Fuller
Students learn by using the lab. '
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Duane Adcock Al Gage
Department head. NA., U. of O. B.A., Lezzflr and Clark. French.
Mr. Holtonk German class.
Mr. Bert Villanueva Mr. Holton
BA.. U. of O, Spanirla. A.B., U. of Cincinnati, MA., U
of O. German.
B.S.. 1lI.Ed., U. of O. Depart-
ment bead. Barinerr education.
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Mrs. Marceline Peiterson
BA.. U. of O. Burinerr edaration.
Retail selling forms new club.
This is provided to teach the
students the fundamentals in Re-
tail Selling. They learn to run the
cash register, how to make correct
change, and anything else necessary
Besides the Retail Selling class,
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing,
and Business Machines classes are
also taught. A variety of Business
Education courses are taught.
First year typing students working hard
Miss Florence Althen
BA., Dakota Wertlyan
U. MA., O.S.U. Barinerr
Mrs. Maxine Moorehaed
BS., Soulhem Stale Col-
lege. M.Ed.. U. of O,
Mr. George Ruby
B.B.A.. U. of Mifmerofa.
Mrs. Louana Lamb
M.Ed., U. of O. Barinerr
Everyone is Working hard' Attentive class you have, Mr. Betterton
Mrs. Louise Sprague
Deparfmen! head, BA.. U, of O.
Mrs. Melba Murphy
HS.. OSU. Homemaleing. rraflr.
Art club draws murals.
The Art Club this year was
very busy. They spent time go-
ing into designs and studying
them. After this, they made
very nice looking murals. The
Art Club had a very successful
year this year.
Miss Mary Constans
BA.. U. of O. Art
Betty Crocker test administered.
The Homemaking classes were quite busy this year.
In these classes the girls learn to plan, prepare, and serve
meals. They also learn to sew garments for themselves.
The Betty Crocker Test was given to several girls
from the various Homemaking classes.
Senior girls enjoy homernaking.
Tuberculant tests prove
Mrs. Alma Ross, our school nurse, is on hand several
days out of the week to aid students who are ill. She also
has some student helpers who are always willing and able
to help at times when Mrs. Ross is not available.
Tuberculant tests were given by Mrs. Ross and some
helpers from the Future Medical Careers Club to several
of the students. They were very successful.
Att class at work.
Mrs. Alma Ross, RN.
B.S.. U. of Portland. Name
Office staff controls Northls business.
Northls fine office staff are kept busy all day long working to
keep N.E.H.S. going. Their fine dependable work in the main office,
library, attendance office, and personnel office are appreciated by all
Northls students. Any questions concerning student problems are ans-
wered by the attendance or personnel offices. The main office deals
with the smooth organization of the school. Much of the organization
of North can be attributed to the hard working members of our
office staff. Our thanks go to these members who have helped many
students and faculty with their problems.
Cooks supply students
The plate lunch, the ala carte
lunch and the snack bar are run
daily by our cafeteria staff. Each
day nourishing foods and sanitary
surroundings are prepared by the
staff for the students. Besides
preparing the food, the staff
also plans the meals so they are
delicious, well-balanced and inex-
pensive. Every one enjoys the hot
dogs, hamburgers and milk shakes
which are kept in supply by the
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Mrs. Francis Hathaway, Donna Sandin, Mrs. Ethel Yoder, Mrs. Faye Williams, Mrs
Mildred Hill, Mrs. Louise Washburne, Mrs, Floy Wells, Mrs. Elverda Hughes, Mrs
Louise LaMons, Mrs. Lois Ruff, Mrs. Ruth Brumley.
Sweeping the floor, washing windows, and doing what has to be done
is the job of our silent workers. They clean up after each day sometimes
working far into the night. They work hard all year long to keep our school
clean and neat. These hard working people clean daily for students and faculty
and even during vacations and week ends. Their jobs are well done and con-
tribute much to the appearance and operation of North.
Mr. Harry Mitchell
Marvin Glick, Joe Onexford, Finn Gauloa, -liggs Kirtley.
Tho we shall part,
Friends We will always be.
When our school days are over
Our memories linger on.
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"63." They both have always been available and had
good ideas when needed.
CLASS OF '63
This year the junior class has had a great responsibility
of raising money for the junior-Senior Prom. Through many
long months of preparation and excitement, the juniors put on
the Prom which was held in the gymnasium. It proved to be
very successful. This was accomplished by fund raising, coke
listening parties, carmel apple sales, and car washes. The class
was also very active in working on the American Field Service
Drive which started in early January. The junior class princess,
who was supported by her class was crowned Miss Merry Christ-
mas of the 1961 Christmas semi-formal. Dan Perkins, a Junior,
did an outstanding job in leadership of the Drivers Safety Com-
mittee. As the juniors moved onward to their Senior year, the
juniors can look back on many exciting events and accomplish-
ments which face the class of '65
Barbara Kammeyer Bill Luvaas
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CLA S OF '64
Green as they may be, the class of T64 started their wonderful
high school days. No doubt they were scared the first day but after
a warm welcome by fellow students of North, they got down to the
business way of a sophomore class. First they became official members
of the student body by wearing little green hats with horns. Next
they elected class officers, who were Phil Duerfeldt, President, john
Miller, Vice President, Sue Newman, Secretary, and Mike Reaver,
Treasurer. In sports, a fine turn out of boys made up the sophomore
football team, the sophomore basketball squad as well as track, base-
ball and other fine sports. Many of the girls became active in Girls'
League, White Blouse, and G.A.A. When Spring came, the sophomores
took to the patios along with the upper class mates to bask in the
warm sun. As the seniors were looking forward toward graduation,
sophomores were only thinking of the fun they have had this year
and of all the fun and new friends they would make next year as
juniors. Never will they forget their sophomore year with all its new
wonders, friends, and fun it brought to their lives. As the year comes
to a close, sophomores aren't sophomores any more but juniors, and
they will uphold that honor as well as they did as sophomores.
The Sophomore class Advisors this year were
Mrs. Peiterson and Mr. Carmicheal. The entire class
would like to thank them for their help and cooper-
ation through the year. ln all of the class activities
the advisors were there to give their advice and to
help the students in any way they could. Again
the class of '64 would like to thank our advisors for
the help and understanding throughout the year.
Sue Newman Mike Reaves
Mrs. Peiterson Mr. Carmicheal
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Seaman, jack Ferguson, john Miller, Bruse Kinnee, Phil Duerfeldt, Eddie Rupert. Row 3: Bob Curtis, Steve Egeter, Mine Reaves.
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CLASS OF '62
The Year l962 will come and go in history, forgotten by most,
but for the seniors of North Eugene it will be remembered for
always and surpassed by none other. During the three years at
North, the Class of '62 accomplished a great deal and know that
those who follow in our foot steps will benefit from our mistakes
and enlarge upon our successes. As seniors we led the school in
the American Field Service drive for funds for a Foreign Exchange
Student. The main efforts of our class were directed to our grad-
uation. Early in the spring graduation pictures and orders for
announcements were taken and plans for baccalaureate, Senior
breakfast, the assembly and finally Commencement became reality.
College boards were taken and plans for the future began to take
shape as our last year of high school drew to a close. Finally the
activities of Senior Week came and there was much to be done
before the end of the beginning comes for the mighty class of '62.
Wfe leave and others will follow our path. But we hope they will
have as much fun as we did and gain as much as we did. All
through our years of education the faculty has watched and guided
our advance with an occasional disapproving gesture and approving
nods and "Good Luck" knowing we had survived the turmoil and
uncertainty of high school years and will go our separate pathways
with the memories of North dear to our hearts.
Sue Price Duretta Roderick Claudia Veteto
Vice Preridezll Secretary Tferzrurer
Many good things happened to the class of '62,
Mr. Davis was one of those especially good things.
He has been our class advisor since our sophomore
year and will be remembered as a "great guy" by
all the seniors. Mr. Davis has always been a great
help to our class and was always there when we
needed him most. Our many thanks go out to him
and know he will remember us as we will always
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Neopolymatby "The Mikado"
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Senior Clan Prexident
Parking Lot Committee
State Traffic Safety Context
Future Medical Careerf Club
Norin Malcolm Laffy M3105
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Biology Club Officer
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Pep Club Prexident
Traffic Safety Committee Sec.
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Gretchen Milhaupt Louise Minturn Karen Miller
Tranffer Honor Society Pep Club
French Club junior and Senior Council
Lani-ettef Senior Hamburger Feed
"Rebel llffilthout a Cau.re"
Robert Mitchell Steve Moir Bonnie Moon
Gorzdolierr Golf Girlr' League Trearurer
A Cappella N,E.H.S. Symphony
Future Medical Careerx Club
"Ort Borrowed Time"
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Cirlr' League Cabinet
Kenneth Oliver Bert Olson
Future Retailer: of America
Track and Football
A Cappella Cboir
Gail Olson Alexis Owens
I. V. Baseball
I. V. Football
Ralph Pickering jack Pierson
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Band Drum Major
Lyle Potts 'Icrry Prater Dave Prescott Sue Price
Stage Crew Choir National Honor Society Chairman of Campuf
Drama Band Cleaneup Committee
Hi-Y Student Counril Senior Clan Vive Prefident
National Hon or Society
Senioi Clam Counril
Lxefutize Couizfil of G. L.
National Honor Society
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Future Medical Careerf Club
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Future Retailen of America
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Senior Clan Secretary
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Gzrlf' League Reprerefllalife Ski Club
National Honor Society
Prefidenl of Biology Club
Serfife Cluli Vice Prefulent
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junior Clan Council
Vanity Rally Squad
junior Clair Secretary
Serrice Club Vice Preriderzf
Girlr' Atbletic Arr. Treayurer
Allen Ruth Mary Rutherford Rick Sanders
Spanirb Club National Honor Society Wrertling
Neopolymatb Club Latin Club
Girlr' Atbletic Auociation
junior Clan Vice Prerident
General Prom Cbairman
Cbairntan of Big and Little
Jim Simonet Carol Skelton
Girly' League Cabinet
Marty Slater Carol Sloan
National Honor Society
Future Relailerf Anociation
Girls' League Reprewntallve
Vanity Yell King
Stuart Smith Donna Snodgrass Cheryl Sortor
Biology Club Vice President
Future Teacher! of America
Senior Singing Group
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Publicity Committee PreJident
Future Teacberx of America
Steve Stolsig jack Strayer Connie Swaggart
Caledonian Editor Varsity Basketball
Publicity Committee Vanity Football
Caledonian Plaotograpber Varsity Bateball
Gayle Swanton Sun Hi Synn Sandy Tatum Gary Taxdal
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National Honor Society
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Tom Upp Steve Van Horn Kay Velrman
Student Council Lam ettes
Juke Box Committee Girls' League Reprerentarwe
Marge Warts Howard Weeks Bert Wheeler
Girly' Choir Wrestling A Cappella
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National Tbeffwian Society "Gomlolierr" Biology Club
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The governing body of our student bodyg the
organizations We participated ing the choirs and
bands Whose performances we enjoyed are all part
of our school days and happy memories of North
Eugene High School.
North Eugene Associated Student Body officers up-
held much of the responsibility of running North's student
government. Under the capable leadership of President
john Franz, the student council was operated efficiently
and effectively. John carried out his responsibility in
fulfilling his duties in government leadership and repre-
senting the school. The duties of our Vice President,
Dwight Addleman, were to assist john at council meetings,
to preside in Johns absence and to serve as chairman
of the election committee. The job of secretary was filled
by Nancy Cone. Her job to record and read the minutes
and role of the council meetings and to serve in any
other capacity when she is needed. Jim Hardy, Treasurer,
handled the financial transactions, prepared a monthly
financial report and headed the student loans committee.
Nancy Collins, Historian, kept a historical record of all
school events and activities and prepared the l962 scrap
book. Rick Dunn and Lynn Bevans were Northis student
body managers. They established Northis White Shirt sec-
tion and with the help of the boys, rally produced an
outstanding rooting section. Their duties also included pre-
paring assemblies and serving as chairmen of the social
committee. All seven members of the A.S.B. officers are
to be congratulated on their fine jobs which made the
year 1962 an outstanding year which will long be remem-
bered by all North students. From the students of North
we would like to express our thanks to our leaders for their
outstanding jobs in leadership, cooperation and student
STUDE T BODY OFFICERS
S ANDI G C0 MITTEE
The purpose of the safety committee was to in-
crease safe driving and help the students accept respon-
sibility of operating an automobile. The committee
was busy in many events this year for they sponsored
assemblies and showed safety films and also took
charge of painting the yellow lines in the parking lots.
The Safety Week was the main project of the year.
This included a car check, car smash, and a "careful
car caperi' dance. Dan Perkins was the head of the
committee this year.
R011 0216: Dan Perkins, Mary Sue Thenell, Linda Burden
Anne Mayes, Sue Deyo, Barbara Kammayer. Rott' two: Mt.
Hodges, Ivan Jensen, Karl Manseth, Ivan Koclc, Unidentified
The Publicity Committee is made up of approxi-
mately 50 students who are in charge of making all
designated announcements and signs for different
activities which take place here at North. The com-
mittee has been divided into ten divisions, they are
as follows: Sports, Don Gott, Radio and T.V., Dotty
White, Newspaper, Steve Stolsig, Posters, Neil Stein-
hauer, Drama and Debate, Dona Reaves, Social
Events, Joyce Herendeen, Music, Sandy Hand, Stu-
dent Body events, Candy Newland, P. A, annouce-
ments, Gail Freeman, Club activities, Rose Anne
Carpenter. This year they have helped with school
dances, club trips, game announcements and dinners
sponsored by different organizations.
Ron' one: Dona Reaves, Joyce Herendeen. Sandy Hand,
Dorothy White, Candy Newland. Rose Ann Carpenter.
Rott' two: Neil Steinhauer, Dell lsham, Don Gott, Steve
Stolsig, Dave Prescott.
The Juke Box Committee was set up to take
charge of the Juke Box which was installed at the
beginning of this school year. The committee mem-
bers cleaned this machine and also decided on the
records that were to be played. The Juke Box was
placed in a new place this year. It was taken from
the student lounge and transferred to the hall by the
gymnasium. The Juke Box proved to be very profit-
able with thanks to the help of the committee.
Rou' one: Gini Hinds, Ivan Jensen, Karl Manseth, Steve
Van Horn, Sheila Jacobs, Mr. Shick.
HELPED MAKE A SUCCESSFUL YEAR.
The Clean-up committee has been in charge of
keeping the school grounds clean. This includes ap-
pointing a different club each week to take charge
of this duty. There has been competition between the
clubs as to the most original posters and announce-
ments, and also to how well the student body
responds to the way each club conducts this duty.
An award will be given at the end the year to the
club that has best fulfilled these qualifications and
most effective in keeping the grounds clean. The
committee chairmen, Marilyn Spriggs and the rest of
the club members under the supervision of Ray
Hendrickson, advisor, has done an excellent job.
Row one: Dan Pederson, Karl Manseth, Herb Howell.
Rozz' two: Sue Price, Kar'a Enders, Sharon Hauck, Marilyn
Spriggs, jean Blood.
GIRL AND BOY OF THE
The Boy and Girl of the Month Committee is
made up of a rotating board of students who select
a girl and boy who have done an outstanding job
for the school for a certain month. Also, they are
selected on personality, scholarship, extra curicular
activities, service to school and citizenship. The
chairman Linda Hackleman and Nancy Collins ar-
range and take charge of all announcements and
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The smokers boundary committee was set up to
promote better relations for North Eugene with the
public. Also it helped to prevent fire hazards in the
school and handle any problems between North and
the public. Boundaries were set up in the orchard
just east of the teachers' parking lot. This prevented
smoking from being around other students and grade
school children. Karl Manseth was the chairman of
the committee and he reported all actions to the l
executive and student council.
Row one: Pat Dundin, Christie Daudel. Row two: Jim
Laurin, Karl Manseth, jim jaqua, Curt Davis.
Kneeling: Fran Elder, Nancy Hale, Leslie Garber, Nancy Cone,
Nancy Collins, Karen Johnson, Cathi Necols, Marcia Youel. Rott'
one: Trudy Cully, Margie Evans, Judy Evans, Jerri Johnson, Mary
Rutherford, Ruth Dooley, Sheila Jacobs, Pat Henson, Sue Skirrvin,
Barbara Asmervig, Duretta Roderick. Ron' 114-0 :E Candy Fields, Sue
Bowen, Ruth Delyea, Pam Garber, Barbara Kammeyer, Peggy
Martin, Sandy Burgess, Anne Jaqua, Mike Cully, Ron' three:
Fin! row: Lynn Barber, Judy Privasky, Margie Evans,
Sharon Efteland, Fran Elder. Second rout Gary Whiteaker
Lynn Bevans, Dwight Addleman, Bud Steele.
Dave Prescott, Larry Draper, Peggy Kepner, Sue Deyo, Judy Inger
bretson, Marilyn Spriggs, Linda I-lackelman, Carolyn Foss. Row
four: Chris Prescott, Danny Ousley, Randy Thwing, Paul Michaels,
Ed Reed. Ron' fire: Jim Freedenbueg, Ralph Pickering, John
Franz, Phil Deerfeldt, Dave Keebler, John Collins, Lynn Bevans
Candy Newland, Roger Lyman.
The duty of the Election committee was to take charge
of all of the student body and class elections held at North
The committee makes all of the ballots and sets up all
booths and voting stations. The members of the committee
are put at different stations to check names as the students
vote. Another job of the Election committee is to tally
the votes at the end of the election period. This years com
mittee has done a very good job of keeping all in hand
and everything running smoothly.
Row one: Sandy Patrick, Sue Price, Claudia Veteto, Dana May-
curnber, Duretta Roderick, Pam Shriver, Eunice Wheeler, Beth
Roberts, Pat Dundin, Ginna Hinds, Sandy Danner, Chris Daudel.
Row two: Margaret Rosentangle, , Jack Ferguson,
Gary Schwieger, Bill Halverstott, Gary Draper, joan Sanderson,
The duty of the Social committe this year was to
plan all social events and activities of the year. All
of the activities that were sponsored by different
clubs were approved by the social committee. Also,
they made up the schedule for "Print and Cord
Week" which went over very successfully. The com-
mittee has worked hard in organizing all social events
for this last year and should be recognized as a very
important working committee of the associated body.
Dwight Addleman, Tom Richardson. Ron' Ibree: jim Steel, ,lim
Jaqua, Dean Church, Dan Perkins, Bill Luvaas, Larry Dickson, Pat
Helfrich, jim Hardy, Larry Read. Razz' four: Bob Gravely, john
Collins, Kim Short, Ralph Cole, Bill Thomas, Don Burnett, Larry
Malos, Ron johnson, Steve Van Horn, lven Jenson.
Karen Scott, joan Sanderson, Pam Shriver, Mike Carlson, Pat
Helfrich, Lynn Bevans, Mike Cully.
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Each year the student body has
the task of electing the next year's
rally squad. During the spring of
1961 various girls practiced and tried
out before student council from
which twelve were chosen to try-out
before the student body. Six girls
were chosen to be the members of
Varsity Rally. These six girls worked
diligently throughout the summer
to perfect their yells, dances, and to
learn the Highland Fling. Practice
did not stop there, it continued on
during the school year in a special
class period in which the girls work-
ed on their own choreography. Dur-
ing this period the Varsity Rally
Squad worked on plans for pep as-
semblies with the aid of their ad-
visor Nancy Samson.
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In the spring, several sophomore girls try-out
before the student body for junior Varsity Rally
Squad. They prepare for this after many weeks of
practice and work. The four girls that are elected
work during the summer planning their routines
and yells, with the help of Mrs. Samson. After much
work they are ready to cheer the IV. team on to
Bev Davis r Margie Evans
Mary Mead Dana Maycumber
Patty Asmervig Nancy Munson
The Lassi ettes Norths dance and drill team performed
six times before the students They did their own chore
ography with help from the advisors Miss Denison and
Mrs Morfitt At half time at both football and basketball
the girls entertained the spectators with routines to Hey
Look Me Over Sweet Georgia Brown Hot Spot and
"Parade Rock." The seventeen girls spent many afternoons
and evenings practicing to perform their routines. Not pic-
tured is Sue Mortimer. ,
Sharon Wallace Louise Minturn
Laura Comstock Glena Thun
Dorothy Sims Sandy Blyth
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Pep Club, one of the largest organizations in the school, has had
a very successful year. An organization meeting was held before school
opened and plans for the year were discussed. New ideas have been the
main objective of the officers. Squad leaders were appointed to aid in
taking roll at games, red and white hand mittens were first used as added
color during time outs of games, a pot luck was held to install 1963
officers and a new constitution was written, which is to become effective
at the start of the 1962-1963 school year. Attendance and organization
became more important as the school's basketball team worked its way
to state. There, along with the cooperation of the entire student body,
the second place sportsmanship plaque was awarded to North Eugene.
Row one: Rose Ann Carpenter, Judy Bruns, Nancy Bedient, Sally
Sauders, Mary Hocking, Patty Asmervig, Bev Davis, Lucy Schailzel,
Louise Minturn, Nancy Munson, Laura Comstock, Kay Veltman,
Mary Mead, Margie Evans, Tori Butler, Virginia Hinds, Pat
Jacobs, Diane Carile. Row two: Sharon Hauck, Peggy Kepner,
Judy Evans, Barbara Kammeyer, Marilyn Spriggs, Ruth Taxdal,
Gayle Price, Kathy Smith, Dottie White, janet Canoy, Deth
Wyllie, Kathy Kerntlein, Sharon Agan, Sue Brown, Patsy Collins,
Gwen Qualls, Carolyn Dirbin, Diane Dickey, Mary Rear, Mary
Ellen White. Row three: Sandy Lofuendahl, Marjorie Moore,
Carole Graves, Sue Deyo, Candy Newland, Sharon Smith, Cheryl
Hay, Kathy Kadau, Erlene Tuller, Sandy Danner, Judy Willoughby,
Linda Prim, Laverda Laport, Martha Wfestling, Karla Endrcs,
Rita Barker, Sharon I-lassman.
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Rhodes, Janice Arnold, Dona Reaves, Arlene Rice, Sue Price,
Sharron Efteland. Nancy Collins, Lynn Barber, Maralee Landers,
Sandra Bailor, Sandra Patrick, Judy Beck, Beverly Allum, Donna
Day, Anne Mayes. Sfazzdirzgi Judy Duchesmeu, Judy Ingelbretson,
Arleta Stogsdill, Dorothy Carmickle, Mary Rutherford, Sharon
Lisa, Pat Smalley, Lois Augustine, Judy Privasky, Karen Elmquist,
Beth Roberts, Carol Skelton, Lynda Gheen, Kathy McCabe, Vickie
Glass, Ann Griswold, Karen Miller, Karen Pederson, Eloise Krus-
enstjerna, Janice Edmonds, Duretta Roderick, Marilee Rear, Nancy
Cone, Lynda Allen, Ruth Delyea, Sally Ravizza.
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Sorry Krupicka, Joan XY'eber, Ann Montgery, Rosemary Hauck,
Ann Leighton, Tricia Duncan, Cathy Gerimonty, Marlene Thomp-
son, Rosalie Beals, Joellen Sanderson, Pat Henson, Cythia Jacquat,
Cythia Glenn, Barbara Asmervig, Chris Hunter, Eileen Tailor,
Leann Hill, Marcia Youel. Sue Lahmerse. Krzeelingz Doris Reyn-
olds, Sandra Coleman, Jackie Griffith, Linda Cracker, Debbie
Hunter, Sue Skirvan. Verna Dauntless, Barbara Clunie. Lynn
Munson. Melody Smith. Lynn Holbert, Sue Pederson, Jennifer
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Bartunick, Linda Cox, Judy Hastings, Kay Demsey, Peggy Martin.
Standing: Janice Johnson, Trudy Cully, Judy Becker, Mary Ellen
Mc Eachern, Terrel Burkman, Judy Hunstock, Lynn Hallstrom,
Janet Kindler, Virginia Smalley, Marilyn Blatchley, Vicki Rankin,
Janice Delong, Linda Bennett, Kathy Jacobs, Roberta Johnson,
Sue Prescott. Second max rtarzdingz Sherry Alfson, Jean Blood,
Marsha Geohagan, Janay Campbell, Sue Bowen, Kathy Mason,
Tina Mansell, Diana , Mary Muhlheim,
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Our Big 8: Little Program initiated the year by presenting house parties and
the annual style show in which the girls model together. The Fund-Raising Committee
was responsible for such activities as selling baked potatoes at football games, N.E.H.S.
stationary, and mums for the North-South games. Car washes and baked food sales
supplemented the program. The Christmas Dance was a big success again this year.
The Part Committee chose "Fire n' Ice!! as the theme, and with the money raised we
sent four sewing machines to Chinju. Faculty teas were held by the Social-Service
Committee, along with the Hawaiian Luau, which G. L. officers from around the area
attended. Pins and awards were presented at the Award Assembly by the Points Com-
mittee. The Publicity Committee served to promote all the activities, and the Scrap-
book Committee sent our book to the State Conference where it appeared with others
from around the state. As a final gesture it was shown at the Luau. New candidates
for office prepared the tote bags for the State Conference. To our advisors, and to
all others who helped make this year the success it was Cand to the S.O.G.L.C. alsol
we say "Thank You!"-THE OFFICERS.
Row one: Jan King, Pat Smalley, Arlene Rice, Pat Rhodes, Sharon Sue Peterson, Teryl Burkeman. Row three: Lucy Schailzel, Astrid
Hauck, Joyce Herendeen, Cheryl Brechtbill, Marilyn Blatchely, Lilygren, Martha Westling, Eloise Kruesensjerna, Carol Skelton,
Cathy Mason, Sharron Efteland, Linda Matteson. Rau' two: Norelle Beth Roberts, Earlene Tullar, Sandy Bailor, Dotty White. Ron'
Mesengil, Pat Dundin, Sandy Tatum, Pam Shriver, Lynn Barber, four: Margaret Ruberg, Vicki Glass, Lynda Gheen, Sharon McFad-
Mary Hocking, Sue Newman, Judy Privrasky, Barbara Clunie, gen, Joyce Roland, Joyce McBee, Cathy Smith, Renae Brown.
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Mrs. Gay Russell
The 1962 TARTAN staff was composed of fifteen hard working
students whose job it was to produce a yearbook for the entire student
body. Working on the staff were Mary Mead, Editor, Pat Dundin,
Lay-out Editor, Rick Campbell, Sports Editor and Artist who designed
the cover, Larry Read, Advertising Manager, Dan Pederson, Photog-
raphy Editor, Pat Jacobs, Bookkeeper and Business Manager. Other
members of the staff were Barbara Asmervig who did the typing,
Mary Ann McFarland who was in charge of all pictures and equip-
ment, Dale Beall and Jere La Bonte, photographers, and Rodney Wil-
helm, Kay Smith, Sharon Smith, Judy Becker, Becky Babb, Rick Jor-
genson all helped with the lay-out. The staff was very fortunate to
have as their advisor Mr. Hamill who was a great help in making
Mary Mead-TARTAN'S hard working Editor.
TARTAN STAFF: Rau' one: Dana Maycumber, Pat Dun-
din, Barbara Asmervig, Mary Mead, Judy Becker, Mary
Ann McFarland, Kay Smith, Sharon Smith. Row two:
Mr. Hamill, Rick Campbell, Dan Pederson, Larry Read,
Dale Beall, Rodney Wilhelm.
Mr. Hamill with Mrs. Johnson and Sam Ellis for Kennell-Ellis.
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Advisor Mr. Kenneth Payne Copy Editor Nancy Collins, and
Assistant News Editors Ken Hobbs
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Each year the "Caledonian" staff combines its resources and
knowledge through the process of newspaper production to give
N.E.H.S. students a complete and accurate account of the schools
news. Editor for the "Caledonian" this year' was Steve Stolsig.
For the '62 school year the staff has issued an eight-page paper
every two weeks, an increase over last year's production. With this
increase in newspaper production an increase in funds was needed,
For this purpose the staff sold handbooks at both the basketball
and wrestling tournaments, sold concessions at football games, and
washed windows. just for variety the staff sponsored the first annual
"Caledonian" Marble Tournament. Advisor to the staff is Mr.
Editor Steve Stolsig
Copy Editor Chris Prescott
Feature Editor Linda Paisley, Editorial Writer 'gy M ' K,
Sheryl Hay, and Assistant News Editor Ruth U a WMM,
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Maoagerg Linda Paisley, Feature Editorg Vicki Hileman, Exchange
Eclitorg Sheryl Hay, Editorial Writerg Nancy Collins, Copy Editorg
Karla Endres, Reporterg jean Blood, Reporterg Sherry Fisher,
Reporter. Row two: Steve Stolsig, Etlitotg Ken Hobbs, Assistant
News Editorg Chris Prescott, Copy Eclitorg Dell Isham, Sports
Etlitorg Ed Reed, Reporterg and Ron Coverdell, Reporter.
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The purpose of the Debate Club is to teach and practice the
techniques of debating and good public speaking. This year's
debate club was very active under the direction of Mr. Adcock.
They attended four tournaments. At Marshfield they took second
place with the teams of Pam Shriver and Duretta Roderick,
and Gordon Hall and Rusty Johnson. They also took second
place at Pacific University with the team of Gordy Hall and
Rusty johnson. These teams and the entire club participated
in debates at Linfield College and entered debate and public
speaking at McMinnville and at the District Meet. This yearls
president was Wilson Muhlheim, The club felt that they accom-
plished a great deal throughout the year and benefited from
the practice and experience of debating.
Ron one Dwight Addleman, Janice King, Janice Edmonds, Pam don Hall, John Luvaas, Wilson Muhlheim, Kim Short, Jim Loney,
Shriver Duretta Roderick, Mel Jensen, Razz' Iwo: Pete Little, Got- John Ellis.
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Kneeling: Ed Reed, Lynn Atkins, Pat Helfrich, Wayne Allen, Ken
Moore. Row one: Dan Banta, Randy ThwingL Dean Church, Don
Hale, Don Lundstrom, Ron Johnson, Bob Lange, Ed Allisow. Paul
Winters, Wilson Muhlheim, Chuck Harkins, Emmett Braun. lim
Stedman, Dave Buck, Gordy Hall, Rick Sanders, Jim Steele, Ricky
Marx. Row luv: Phil Delong, Bob Gravely. Dave Hardy, Leon
Henderson, Rod Wilhelm, Don Gott. Mike Emmons. Tohn Shep-
ard, Art Brenner, Paul Keith, Del lsham, Gary Schwieger, Jim
Miller, Dan O'Brien, Andy McKinney, Tom Jones. Ron' lbree:
LETTER AN CL
The Lettermans' Club is responsible for keeping spectators off
the gym floor at Basketball games. There are usually about
ten or twelve Lettermen at the games to hold the ropes so the
excited fans will not get down on the gym floor. The advisor of
the approximately seventy-five members is Mr. Robertson. Pat
Helfrich was President, Lynn Atkins, Vice President, Wayne
Allen, Secretary-Treasurer, and Ed Reed and Ken Moore were
Steve Forrest, Bryan Burton, Don Morrow, John Collins, Mike Cur-
tis, Dave Deubner, Paul Michael, Bob Myers. Bill Gott, Charles
Smith, Pete Little, Chris Burkhart, Larry Dickson, Craig Carr,
Norman Malcolm, Jim Soha. Row four: Ivan Jensen, Bob Shriver,
Bill Chadek, Larry Draper, Rich Jorgensen, Bill Holverstott, Bob
Craven, Ron Davies, Bill Stauffer, Chris Prescott, Roger Lyman,
john Franz, Bill Thomas, jim Hardy, Jack Strayer, Ralph Rotter,
Dave Cooper, Neal Steinhauer, jim Paschelke, Ron Murphy.
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Row onei Sheila Jacobs, Sue Miller, Ann McNair, Tina Wilson,
Melody Smith, Sue Peterson, Sandy Blyth, Eunice Wheeler, Anne
Mayes, Judy Beck, Leslie Garber, Margaret Ruberg, Linda Paisley,
Karen Scott, Pat Dundin, Judy Becker, Chris Hunter. Row tu-oz
Martha Westling, Sall Wester, Keni White, Barbara Stevenson,
Chris Davis, Lynda Johnson, Barbara Clunie, Lynn Munson, Pam
Garber, Kathy McCabe, Sue Lahmers, Pat Henson, Cynthia Jacquot,
Chris Wright, Ann Griswold, Kathy Turnbull, Anne Jaqua, Peggy
Kepner, Mary McEachern, Karen Johnson. Row three: Unidentified,
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Gary Draper, Norm Preston, Bill Chadek, Bill Halverstott, Dean
Church, Bud Steele, Bill Freeman, Max Lawman, Alfred Widmer,
Dave Robertson, Richard Harris, Craig Kerr, Jim Chapman, Mr.
Holton. Row four: Randy Whitney, Tom Sorenson, Karl Manseth,
John Collins, Larry Draper, Rich Jorgerson, Jeff Johnson, Bill
Luvaas, Tom Olsen, Phil DeLong, Tom Bowerman, Wally Jones,
Bruce Brandt, Mike Brooks, Randy Thwing, Bruce Anderson, Larry
Robbins, Larry Dickson, Bob Swan, Charles Dark, Gilbert Nelby.
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The job of the Service Club members is to check student body
cards ar Norths football and basketball games, to serve as ticket-
takers and ushers for all Norths home games. Activities for
the year included campus clean-up week, sponsoring the dance
"The Twister" and car washes to earn money. Points were given
for different activities and pins were awarded to members, The
uniforms of the members were red skirts, white blouses, and
tartan plaid tams. Mr. Moore and Mrs. Lamb were the club
advisors. The officers were Sue Turnbull, president, jane Riss-
berger, Vice President, and Diane Carlile, Secretary-Treasurer.
Row one: Pat Duncan, Sue Brown, Rose Mary Hauck, Sharon Springs Cynthia lacquot Sandy Barlor Diane Carlile R014 three
Houck, Cynthia Glenn, Sue Prescott, Jo Ellen Sanderson, Sherry LaVerda LaPorte Kathy Turnbull Sandy Lofventlahl Cathy Nicol
Johnson. Row !u'0: Janet Pederson, Thelma Pierce, Judy Duches- Sue Turnbull Ronnie Clusia Karen Johnson
meu, Cheryl Rhodes, Barbara Horn, Patsy Murphee, Marilyn
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The Latin Club has had another successful year at North Eugene.
There were seventy-five members in the club this year under the
advising of Mr. Adcock. The officers were: john Lyman and Bob
DuPriest, President, Carol Thompson. Vice President, Mary
Rutherford, Secretary, and Sue Mortimer, Treasurer. The Latin
Club took part in the lnter-Linguas Christmas party which is a
party for students in all language classes. Also, they won first
place in the turtle race during Print and Cord Week with Carol
Thompson's entry called "Big Julief, The climax of the yearls
activities was the Roman Banquet held in May. The first year
students were slaves and served dinner to the second and third
year students and invited guests. They carried on Roman cus-
toms and ways of life. The Latin Club is affiliated with the
Junior Classical League.
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Row one: Sue Brown I, Karen Justis, Janay Campbell, Marge
Moore, Mary Ellen White, Barbara Kammayer, Sue Peterson, Le-
Anne Hill, Lynda Johnson, Janet Reber, Dona Reaves, Pat Rhoades.
Row two: Virginia Hinds, Karen Johnson, RoseAnn Carpenter,
Carol Jensen, Arlene Rice, Mary Mulheim, Claire Hoover, Gary
McReynolds, Art Brenner, Steve Forrest, Randy Thwing, John
Lyman, Sue Newman, Sandra Hand, Meredith Banta, Mary Ruther-
ford, Peggy Kepner, Chris Prescott. Rozz' three: Nancy Collins,
Ken McGhee, Jay Puckett, Bill Peterson, Dale Skeinhauer, Lynn
Atkins, Ansel Hyland, Tom Sorenson, Paul Keith, Mick Carlson,
Wilson Mulheim, Dean Church, Tom Richardson. Roll' four: Bud
Steel, john Shepard.
R011' one: Diane Winreulchstrroni, jennifer Beals, Margaret Ruberg,
Linda Allen, Sheila Jacobs, Duretra Roderick, Linda Paisley, Diane
Dickey. Mary Rear, Carol Battling, Chris Hunter, Rosalee Beals,
Tammy King, Cynthia Glenn. Rou' two: Sue Miller, Kay Newman,
Louise Minturn, Nancy Munson, Marcia Cross, Sandy Lofvendahl,
FRE CH CLUB
The French Club, L'alliance Francaise, under the leadership of
President, Louise Minturn, Vice President, Lynda Allen, Secre-
tary, Martha Westling, and Treasurer, Susan Miller, has had a
very successful year. Its activities consisted of the Inter-Linguas
Christmas Party, money-making project of selling popcorn at
games, showing slides of trips of France by Eunice Wheeler,
initiation part welcoming new members, and a French dinner
at the close of the school year. The forty members were under
the advising of Mr. Gage.
Karla Inders, Martha Westling, Barbara Clunie, Kathy McCabe.
Rau' lhree: Loren Steinhauer, Alan Hilles, Gary Hedden, Larry
Dickson, Del Isham, Margaret Wilmont, Mary Everett, Cathy
Smith. Rou' four: Phil Duerfeldt, Mike Cully. Alfred Widmer,
Cathy Gerimonte, Lynn Munson, Sharon Kebelbeck.
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Joan Weber, Susan Prescott, Marilyn Spriggs. Row two: Janice Preston, Bob Craven, John Collins, Ralph jones, Dave Prescott.
Arnold, Sharon Lisa, Karol Michner, Cheryl Hay, Judy Hunstoclc,
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Les Amistosos, the Spanish Club, was established to better
understand the Spanish culture and to boost interest in the
Spanish language. The twenty-five members were under leader-
ship of john Collins, President, Pat Henson, Vice President,
and Cheryl Hay, Secretary. The clubls activities include a talk by
Emmy Flaggenheimer, the Foreign Exchange Student, Inter-
Lingua Christmas Party, a talk by Mr. Marquey, Spanish teach-
er and former resident of Mexico, and the sponsored movie,
"Dorea Barbara." The advisor for the Spanish Club was Mr.
The German Club, being advised by Mr. Holton, has had
another active year. There are about fifty members under the
leadership of President, Pam Garber, Vice President, Naomi
Manila, Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Smalleyg Chef, Sue Turnbull,
and Program Chairman, Timmy Termack. Some of the club's
activities include the Inter-Lingua Christmas Party, Initiation,
Bavarian Luau, and the Coast Trip. The purpose of the club is to
make people more interested in the German language and
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Row one: Naomi Manela, Pat Smalley, Sue Brown, Sandra Aagard,
Phyllis Nygaard, Marilee Milhoupt, Diana Carlile, Sally Wester,
Judy Radabaugh, Mr. Holton. Row two: Sharon l-laxtck. Leslie Ga:-
ber, Kathleen Kadau, Cheryl Hay, Sandra Burgess, Pam Garber,
Sue Turnbull, Sandy Danner, Roland Baxter, Gail Stater, Harry
Goldhammer. Row three: Bob Blair, Ron Myss, Dave Robertson,
Dave Prescott, Stuart Smith, Randy Whitney, Andy McKinney,
Dale Forrest, Gary Hall, Mike Brooks, Bruce Anderson, Jerry
Heacock, Craig Kerr, George Degner. Rout' four: Richard Harris,
Dave Keebler, Bud Steele, Clair Mumau, Sun Hi Synn, john Bullar,
Roger Lyman, john Franz, Bill Thomas, Mike Angelo, Bob Ander-
son, jeff johnson, Karl Manseth, Jim King, Chris Burkhart, Leon
The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain and extend
throughout the home, school and community, high standards
of Christian character, During the year the club had many fine
speakers and learned through experience how their purpose
can be accomplished. The officers of 1962 were President, Alan
Hillesg Vice President, Kim Short, Secrtary, Wilson Muhlheimg
Treasurer, Harry Goldhammer, and Chaplain, Gary Schwieger.
Mr. Bach was the club's advisor.
Rau' 0116: Norman Hall, Harry Goldhammer, Bill Luvaas, Dean Church, Kim Short, Gary Whitaker. Ron' tzmz Gary Schwieger,
Wilson Muhlheim, Ken Wilkins, Alan Hiller, Mr. Bach.
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Wilmot, Pat Benson, Karla Endres, Leslie Garber, Eunice Wheeler, Lloyd Chapman, LHHUY CfaffS, S9-fldfa I-0fVCf1dah1 R056 Afm
Sharon Lisa, Lynn Barber, Christie Daudel, Dorothy Slater, Pat Carpenter .
Smalley. Row two: Judy Bruns, Marge Moore, Pete Little, John
I TER ATIO AL RELATIONS
The purpose of The International Relations League is to pro-
mote interest on the part of North Eugene High students in
international relations. They do this by studying current issues
relating to commercial, political and cultural exchange among
the nations of the world. It is hoped that the various studies,
activities and conferences will contribute to a better understand-
ing between nations. The I.R.L. has served as a co-ordinating
committee for the American Field Service foreign student fund
drive. The officers for 1962 were Eunice Wheeler, President,
Naomi Manela, Vice Presidentg Christie Daudel, Secretaryg and
Pete Little, treasurer. Mr. DeBroekert and Mr. Jaegers served
as the club advisors.
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Row one: Judy Beck, Chris Hinds, Eunice Wheeler, Lynda Gheen. Rou' two: George Larson
Curt Davis, Lynn Bevans, Rick Adams, jim Laurin, Ralph Pickering.
The National Organization of Thespians is a dramatics club
to further interest in amateur talent of the dramatic arts. It is
open to anyone interested in the theater. To be eligible to join
the club, you must obtain ten points by working on school pro-
ductions. These may be received by acting or stage crew. The
officers were Ralph Pickering, Presidentg Eunice Wheeler, Vice
Presidentg Margaret Wilmont, Secretaryg Lynda Gheen, Treasur-
erg and Nancy Collins, Clerk. There were thirteen members in
Thespians before initiation. The main activity of the year was
the Banquet on May 25. The advisor of Thespians was Mr.
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The purpose for Neopolymaths is to read and discuss well
known literature. This was the fourth year of the existence of the
club at North Engene .Books read and discussed were Cmzdide,
by Voltaireg Bwwe New World, by Huxley, Sophocles, Theban
Playsg Of Mice and Men, by Steinbeck, The True Believer, by
Hofferg Mystery of Ecitvin Drooci, by Dickens, and The Prince,
by Machiavelli. This years activities included attending the
Shakespearian Festival at Ashland, Christmas party at Miss
Brunkens home, the Book Fair in April at which they sold 636
books in four days, and speakers Dr. George Hull, speaking on
hypnotism, and Mr. Gene Kaiser, giving a talk on Unitarianism.
Officers this year were Mike Angelo, President, Paul Kieth,
Vice President, Marty Slater and Dona Reaves, Secretaries, Allen
Ruth Treasurer, and Ann Holcomb, Historian. The advisors were
Miss Bonnie Brunken and Mrs. Donna Kernutt.
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Row one: Sandy Bowser, Meredith Banra, Sharon Lisa, Arlene Ivan Koch, Ken Moore, Allen Ruth, Paul Kieth, Mike Angelo.
Rice, Arm HOlCOf13lD, Sue DCY0, Barbara Kammcyer, Dona R6aVCS, Lanny Crafts, Harry Goldhammer, Judy Claven, Janis Edmonds.
Marty Slater, Becky Babb. Ron' mo: Pam Garber, Sherry KupCIZ,
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Don Libby, Sue Brown. Rau' Iwo: Sue Price, Marsha Holcomb, George Degner Dale Ransdcll Dumood Smith Brian Bostick
Janet Whirneyf, Kathy Allum, Linda Warren, Mike Brooks. Ron'
The purpose of the Biology club is to further the interest
in science through activities that are not possible in regular
classes. This is accomplished by sponsoring speakers and field
trips, helping with science fairs and open houses, and by col-
lecting specimens for the use of the classes. This year's officers
were: Arlene Rice, Presidentg Sue Turnbull, Vice President, Pat
Rhodes, Secretaryg Don Libby, Treasurerg Sue Bryon, Personnel
Secretary, and Dan Pederson, Reporter. Mr. Bell was the club
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equipment. The club was advised by Mr. Kasper, North's ' ' '
Chemistry teacher, and the officers were Loren Steinhauer, M'--M'-Q' i- 'L
Presidentg jim Soha, Vice Presidentg and janet Whitneyf,
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art Meyers, jim Soha, Pete Little, John Buskirk, David johnson.
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSGCI TIO
The purpose of Girls' Athletic Association is to give girls
more time to work on activities they enjoy the best outside of
gym classi Some of the club's activities included a field hockey
play day at South Eugene High, a Volleyball play day at South,
a basketball play day at Thurston, and a track meet at Spring-
field. They also hosted a gymnastics play day and sponsored
the Girls' League Big and Little Sister Fun Night. The officers
this year were Janice Arnold, President, Lynda Ambrose, Vice
Presidentg Mary Rutherford, Secretary, Jan Shelley, Treasurer,
Joyce Herendeen, Sports Manager, and Noralee Masengil, Points
Chairman. The advisors were Miss Bogan, Mrs. Russell, and
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Herendeen, Linda Ambrose, Mary Rutherford. Rau' two: Jean Campbell, Judy Hunsrock, Marsha Holcomb, Diana Beagle Cheryl
Blood, Rosemary Hauck, Barbara Clunie, Sharon Wallace, Carol Rhoads, Linda Burden.
Sloan. Maureen Ducket. Rau' three: Bonnie Moon, Nancy Court-
Row one: Miss Constans, Margaret Ruberg, janet Reber, Chris Fish, Dorothy Stater. Ron' lwo: Dale Deller, Dave Miller, Dennis Roberts
North's Art Club, Les Artistes, was formed to further
knowledge and appreciation of art through workshops, excur-
sions, and speakers. This year the club used every opportunity
to use their ability and express their thoughts through art. The
members of the club designed, produced and sold silk screened
Christmas cards. For North's first musical production they
painted backdrops for "Bye Bye Birdie." The officers were Mar-
garet Ruberg, Presidentg and Janet Reber, Vice President and
Secretary-Treasurer. Miss Constans was the club's advisor.
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Row one: Duretta Roderick, Lynn Barber, Beth Roberts, Elaine Smith. Ron' izro: Leslie Knott,
Marsia Cross, Karla Endres, Judy Radabaugh, Mary Rear, Diane Dickey.
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Members of Future Teachers of America enjoyed an active
year of exploring the teaching profession. A potluck for all old
and new members was the first activity. Several interesting
speakers, including a panel of student teachers, were on the
agenda for meetings. The Future Teachers of America sponsored
a rally dance for the school. The highlight of the year was the
District Convention at Newport. Installation of new officers
ended the year. Officers this year were: President, Duretta
Roderickg Vice President, Lynn Barber, Secretary, Elaine Smithg
Treasurer, Beth Robertsg and Historian, Arleta Stogsdill. Mr.
Robert Hamill was the advisor.
FUT RE EDIC L
The purpose of the club is to promote an interest and
understanding of all health careers and to be of service to the
medical field. Any student enrolled at North may become a
member of the club by paying the annual dues. This year the
club members were on their "toes" all the time with the leader-
ship of their officers: President, Pam Shriver, Vice President,
Lois Augustineg Secretary, Carol Jensen, Treasurer, Myra Matte-
son, Historian, Alice Elmer. Advisors this year were Mrs. Alma
Ross and Mr. Paul Bell. There was much accomplished by the
club. Some of the activities and accomplishments were: A field
trip to McGaffey's Funeral Home, sponsorship of Northls T.B.
Clinic, a trip to Medical Hill and hosting all district Future
Medical Careers club's to a potluck banquet.
Row one: Rosemary Hauck, Sally Ravizza, Linda Allen, Peggy SOIL 109109 Hifs-Ck0fH, Pam ShfiVCf, Jud-Y Gibbs I-lflda Shellel'
Penrocl, Carol Cutler, Sharon Hauck, Maureen Duckett, Diane Row three: Tori Butler, ROUHIE ROHUHIC Kaluza Allfe Elmef
Otto, Carol Christofferson. Row two: Kathy Shelley, Christie Dau- Sharon MCF3gCHf, Cathy' MCC2b6, Carol AJHYUS Sharon AWGN?
del, Linda Burden, Lois Augustine, Carol Jensen, Myra Matte- Sandra PMICC-
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Row one: Sue Geiger, Judy Beck, Sandy Patrick, Judy Taylor, Ron Coverdell, Linda Lundbo, Karen Pederson, Tyler Fenn, Curt
Judy Looney, Mr. Rudy. Ron' 1140: Harold Childers, jim Laurin. Davis.
FUTURE RETAILER CL B
The North Eugene Future Retailers Club was under the
advising of Mr. Ruby. The purpose of the club is to promote
interest in retailing as a career, to create responsibility for con- I
tributing through business activities to civil, social, and moral
welfare into society, to maintain and improve retailing work,
and to learn business leadership. Activities included a sales 'AL
project, a trip to the Lloyd Center in Portland, Distributive X ,
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Oregon. In March they received a Charter for the new club 32 his A :J ii
from the Distributive Clubs of America. This year's officers i,?,"Q,'x6k'h,l:' l l
were: Martha Reynolds, President, Jim Laurin, Vice President, I l ff.g,.fl 3,
Sandra Patrick, Secretary, and Curt Davis, Treasurer. There were A 2 'il
fourteen members in the club this year. I
North's Chess Club participated in five Willamette Valley
Chess League Meets during the 1962 season. Their first meet
was with Lebonan where they lost three to two. Covallis was
their first win with a score of four and one-half to one-half
They lost to Springfield and South Salem with scores of four
to one and three to two. junction City was a tie at two and
one-half all. Their only non-league meer was with South Eugene
where they lost four to nothing. At the final league meet their
record was one win, three losses and one draw. Although the
year wasn't successful as far as wins, the team felt they had
put up their best and gained experience and had lots of fun
playing chess. Their advisor was Mr. Hall, and Jon Shephard
was the club's president.
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A CAPPELLA: Rau' one: Glenna Thun, George Larson, Marilyn
Kobetstein, unidentified, Chris Hinds, Terry Prater, Meredith
Banta, Le Roy White, Sue Brown, Ellen Elkens, Bert Wheeler,
Mary Rear, Jerry Kimball, Georgia Clazton, Mel Jensen, Carol
Battling, Larry Clark, unidentified, Dennis Smyth, Ruth Melby,
Gail Freeman. Row two: Gayle Guimbly, Bob Yates, Karol Murphy.
Dennis Roberts, Laura Comstock, Gary Taxdal, Diane Otto Ellen
Hill, Chuck Harkins, Karen Murphy, Elaine Smith, Bud Folson,
Marilyn Spriggs, Ed Allison, Sherry Davis, Bob Boyd, Gwen Qnals,
Larry De Moss, Dotty White, Dick Pendleton, Judy Homanyk.
Rou' three: Marv Schlosser, Sherry Clark, Dave Cooper, Beth
Roberts, John Kingsley, Michele D' Armond, Evan Jensen, Judy
Anderson, Richard Smith, Judy Gibbs, Dwight Addleman, Cheryl
Reynolds, Mike Wilson, Bev Davis, Rick Adams, Gayle Thompson,
Evan Nushwander, Lynn Barber. Row four: Lois Augustine, Dan
Quick, Sandy Lofundahl, Tom Newman, Gayle Swanton
Ralph Pickering, Trula Beaman, Bob Mitchell, Pat Becktol, John
Franz, Marcia Cross, Linda Gheen, Jim Hardy, Ann Griswold,
John Ressler, Sut Sleight, Alan Long, Joan Hickenbottom, Alan
Hilles, Nancy Collins, Rich Jorgenson, Linda Stewart. Duane Ham-
mon, Wanita Deffenbacher.
Row one: Marge DeSantis, Phullis Nygaard. Donna Clark, Pat
Jones, Judy Becker, Sandy Coleman, Carol Cutler, Marlene Thomp-
Son, Marilyn Blatchley, Toni Loomis, Sheila Lovett. Row 1514101
Lucy Schailzel, Pam Rankin, Sue Gallagher, Eunice Walton, Peggy
Martin, Cheryl Winther, Thelma Pierce, Pat Beck, Diann Beary,
Peggy Penrod, Luella Hirsekorn, Donna Aldal, Diane Ryals. Rout'
t1J1'ee':L Carol Block, Mary Thomas, Dot Renken, Kathy McCarty,
Cheryl Pattee, Janice Johnson, Sandy Burgess, Laurelyn Tigner,
Jill Clark, Trudy Cully, Donna Carley, Connie Neal, Curt Kendall.
Rout' four: Gary Parsons, Earl Brown, Bruce Anderson. Greg Usher.
Len Clark, David Shelley, Jim Chapman, Marc Ellington, Paul
Simones, Jim Thenell, Jim Yates, Bert Olson, Bill Goetz, Mike
ME ,S CHOIR
Row one: Richard Brown, Larry Bailor, Delbert Strand, Paul Simon-
sted, Bill Goerz, Durwood Smtih. Rout' two: Steve Van Horn,
Bruce Kinnie, Greg White, Robert Davis, Jack Simmons, Dennis
Long. Row three: Howard Fogg, Lyle Olson. David Woocl, Jack
McWhorter, Bob Vogel, Gary Schwieger, Ed Minturn.
Row one: Donna Kenny, Sharon Johnson, Donna Thurman, Cheryl
Sortor, Sharon Brumbaugh, Rebecca Clinginpeel, Sandy Smith,
Christina Fish, Sharon Tevepaugh, Sally Ravizza. Judy Callahan,
Kathy Horenrlein, Sally Saunders, Marilyn Atrebury. Roni' two:
Diane Knutson. Sharon Fisher, Terry Knutson. Beth Spurlock. Beth
Wylie, Judy Kroblen, Pat Harsch. Sharon Simon, Kay Veltman,
Maralee Landers, Beverly Allum, Donna Day, Sue Skirvin, Anne
Jaqua, Yvonne Knutson. Rout' three: Juli Norberg, Connie Swaggert,
Nancy Scott, Peggy Meyers, Judi Inglebretson, Judi Blackford
Pat Smally, Ellen Hill, Donna Carley, Karen Scott. Earlene Tullar
Tori Butler, Memory Johnson, Lynda Pifer, Chervl Gulovsen
Row four: Sandra Pattee, Betty Smith, Jan Esterby, Sandy Bailor
Janet Brandt, Judy Duchesneau, Roberta Hesterlee, Carol Erickson
Joan Kulick, Nadine Gamble, Ruth Anne Neer, Sherry Alfson
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Porte, Merry Breneman, Mary Hocking, Joyce Herendeen. Row lwo:
Mr. Diller, Ralph Pickering, Gary Kolstoe, Phil Duerfeldt, John
Buskirk, Randy, Paul Keith. Rau' three: Mike Whiteley, Brian
Bauske, Gerry Thompson, Darrel Petzold, Dennis Roberts. Ron'
four: Dick Watkins, Dick Needham, Dave Doran, Mike Gillette,
Dave Carlson. Rou' five: Harry Briggs, Sharon Wallace, Rick Web-
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Reed, Betty Carleton, Sandy Crosby, John Renkin. Ron' seven:
Sue Price, Sue Lahmers, Janet Kindler, Bob DuPriest, Norm Kirtley.
Row eight: Dave Prescott, Sandy Hand, jim Duzan, Ed Allison,
Mike Christensen. Rou' nine: Greg Eastman, Lori Dollarhide, Mike
Harbour, Dan Harris.
Row one: Greg Eastman, Don Miller, Raymond Calhoun, Dan Zoon, Carl X y
Anfora, Greg Nance.
Seated: Bonnie Moon, Claudia Vetetl, Janet Whitney. Karol Mich- Fisher, Susan Prescott, Cecil Johnson. Slanding: Roberta l-Iesterlee.
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cott, Dick Watkins, Dave Wamsely. Razz' tzuo: John Buskirk,
Phil Duerfelclt, Clair Mumau, Betty Carleton. Rau' three:
Dave Carleson, Dave Doran, Dick Needham, Mike Harbour.
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All the things we enjoy the most, the plays,
dances, and graduation are the things that will
stand out in our minds and memories for years to come.
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NATIONAL HO OR OCIETY
Dean Church Nancy Collins Dave Deubner Robert DuPriest
John Franz Gail Freeman Pam Garber Harry Golclhammer
The purpose of the Claymore Chapter of the National
Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship,
stimulate a desire to render service, promote worthy lead-
ership and encourage the development of character.
Members of the junior class may be selected to mem-
bership in the spring of their junior year, and seniors
are selected in the fall and spring of their senior year.
To be eligible for membership in National Honor Society
a person IT1L1St have a 3.3 grade point average or better,
an outstanding record, high scholastic achievement, interest
in school and community activities, good student-teacher
relationship, and good student-student relations.
Officers for the year l96l-1962 were: President,
Gordon Hall, Vice President, Robert DuPriest, Secretary,
janet Reber, Treasurer, Alan Hilles, and Advisor, Aganes
Best. Not pictured, Ken Moore. juniors selected this
spring are: Lloyd Chapman, Bob Graveley, Sandra Hand,
Sandra Lofvendahl, Margaret E. Kepner, Judy Rodabaugh,
Jih Soha, Carol Thompson, Randy Whitney and Mike
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Louise Minru rn Dave Prescott
Arlene Rice Du retta Roderick
Loren Steinhauer Sand ra Tatum
Alan Hilles Chris Hinds
Trerz In Ver
Judy Privagky Sally R3.VlZZ2.
Mary Rutherford Joan Sanderson
Claudia Veteto Eunice Wheeler
4, Service to School
5. Extra-cu rricular Activities
This year the students of North Eugene were privi-
leged to have three foreign students attending our school.
Our American Field Service student for this year was
Emmy Flegenheimer, from Barcelona, Spain. She lived
with Judge Barber and his family. His daughter Lynn was
a senior at North this year. Although Emmy spent only
part of the school year here at North, the students will
always remember her. Sun Hi Synn was our foreign stu-
dent from Taegue, Korea. He was brought to the United
States by the International Christian Youth Exchange
Program. He lived with the Arnold B. Warren family. The
students of North liked Sun Hi very much. Last but not
least was Alfred Whidmer from Switzerland. He came to
the United States to live with his cousin, Mrs. Donald
Gabbert. He said that he had always wanted to visit this
country and also wanted to attend an American school.
His home town in Switzerland is Burdorf. The students of
North Eugene were very sad to see each of their foreign
students leave at the end of the year.
Emmy Flegenheimer from Barce ona Spain
Sun Hi Synn from Taegue, Korea
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Emmy and Sun Hi speak to the students at an assembly.
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Last summer the students of North Eugene sent
Eunice Wheeler, their American Field Service representa-
tive, to France. While there she lived with Monsieur and
Madame Lucien Bajulaz and their family. She lived in the
town of Annecy, France, in the lower Alps. Wfhen asked
about here experiences in France, she said, "I feel that
my experience in France was a successful part of the much
larger picture of the American Field Service. My life with
the Bajulaz family was leisurely and happy, but I felt
that it was more than just a pleasant vacation. l will never
forget some of my experiences, often surprising, which in-
clude some fascinating foods, the sights of Paris, the Alps,
and the lively boat trips across the Atlantic. The most
important part of my trip was the friendships, with Euro-
peans and other American exchange students, which l
made. These stand for the lines of communication and
understanding which are being formed by the American
Field Service and many other organizations. Knowledge,
such as that gained by my introduction to French life, is
necessary to secure real appreciation of other cultures and
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Julian Northrup, Gramps . . . . . . , .
Nellie Northrup, Granny .. ..
Mr. Brink ..............
Marcia Giles ..........
Demetria Riffle ....
A Boy .......... .........,,.
Dr. Evans ....
Mr. Pilbeam ....
. Marjorie Brooks
. . . . . . Kina Short
. . . Eunice Wheeler
. . . Nancy Collins
. . . . Nels Gabbert
. . . . George Larson, Karl Manseth
. Ralph Pickering
. . . . . Mel Jensen
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"On Borrowed Time" by Paul Osborn was chosen by
North as their first production of the year. "On Borrowed
Timew opened for a two-night run on November l0.
It was the first N.E.H.S. effort of William W. Ques-
inberry, drama coach. The production was well re-
ceived by audiences. Assistant to the Director for
"On Borrowed Time" was Sherron Murchyg Stage
Manager, John Andrews, Costume Mistress, Dona
Reavesg Property Mistress, Margaret Wilmot,
and Make-up Mistress, Judy Beck.
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Eugenes dramatic production of the year. The play was
presented January 9, lO, and ll in Norths auditorium.
The play was directed by Williaiii W. Quesinberry
and Student Director was Margaret Wfilmot. They
story of "Rebel" revolves around teen-agers with
Jim Stary and Judy Brown as the main characters.
It tells the story of how mixed-up teens find them-
selves and their place in society. Stage Manager
was Charles Smith.
Jim Stark ......
Judy Brown .....
Buzz Gunderson ....
Mr. Stark .....
Mrs. Stark ......
Officer Brfullen . . .
Mrs. Davis .....
Mr. Brown . . .
Mrs. Brown . . . .
A Man .....
. . . Rick Adams
.. Chris Hinds
Steve Van Horn
. . . Curt Davis
.. Lynn Bevans
. Keith Johnson
. Karl Manseth
. Bonnie Moon
.. Judy Becker
.. Bill Stauffer
. . . . Mel Jensen
. . Gordon Scott
.. Chris Daudel
. Debbie Hunter
.. Sue Turnbull
. John Andrews
. . . , Jill Hicks
. . . Jim Jaqua
Rose Alverez .
Nancy . . . .
Margie Ann . .
Mr. William Quesinberry, choreographer and Nancy Collins rehearses with
director of "Bye Bye Birdie," Mr. Quisenberry.
. . . . . Dwight Addleman
. . . Janet Canoy
. . Christi Hinds
. . Glenna Thun
Deborah Sue .... . . , Lynn Barber
Harvey . . .
Henry . . .
Arthur ....... . .
Mr. MacAfee .
Shriners . . . , . . .
. Marcia Youel
,. Karen Murphy
. Karol Murphy
. . . . . . Susan Brown
. . . Terry Prater
. Roger Metcalf
. . Gary Parsons
. . . , Larry Clark
. . . . . . . Janice McKenzie
. Ann Griswold
George Larson, Mel Jenson, Allen
Ruth, Jerry Heacock, Jim Hardy,
Dennis Roberts, Evan Neuschwander
Teen Trio ..,....... Lynn Barber, Glenna Thun,
Sad Girl ........ Zedra Mortimer
Another Sad Girl .. .. Christi Hinds
Mae Peterson .... ............ N ancy Collins
Reporters ...... . . . Mel Jensen, Dick Pendleton,
George Larson, Jim Hardy
Conrad Birdie .............,...,. Rick Adams
Conductor ....,...,....,.,.,...... Allen Ruth
Cheerleaders ....,. Karen Murphy, Karol Murphy,
Mayor ....... ........... E van Neusehwandct
Mayor's Wife .... Karen Elmquist
Hugo Peabody ..... .,.,.. J im Laurin
Randolph MacAfee .,..,,,.. Billy Mortimer
Mrs. Merkle ............,..,. Jane Rissberger
Neighbors .,,,.,...... Bob Bo 'd, Chris Burkhart,
Lynda Gheen, Sue Sleight, Jerry Geacoek,
Gail Freeman, Jim Hardy, Mel Jensen,
George Larson, Dick Pendleton, Dennis
Mr. Johnson .....
Gloria Rasputin ....
Ed Sullivans Voice ..
TV Stage Manager . . .
Charlesc F. Maude
Bar Customers ....
Dish Wasluer . . .
Ruth, Gordon Scott, Bert
.. Lynda Gheen
.. Ed Sullivan
. Gordon Scott
.. Evan Neusthwander,
. . . . Bob Boyd
"The Telephone Hou t"
Another first in the history of N.E,H.S. was the Spring
Musical production "Bye Bye Birdie." North Eugene
was one of the first amateur groups to put on the
Broadway play and Birdie was the first N.E.H.S, pro-
duction to have sell out performances. Birtlie. a spoof
on the American teenager ancl family, was enjoyed by
all who saw it.
On Courthouse steps, Birdie performs for Swett
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Girls serenatle Hugo.
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Orchestra works diligently on difficult score.
FIRE AND ICE
The annual Christmas semi-formal put on by the
Girls' League was the second biggest dance of the
year. The exotic theme "Fire and Ice" was decorated
in the shimmering light of red and silver. Three
princesses were chosen, one from each class. Those
chosen were Sandy Tatum, Seniorg Sue Deyo, Juniorg
and Chris Hunter, Sophomore. The queen was chosen
by a class competition penny drive and the proceeds
were sent to Chin ju, Eugenes sister city. Pam
Shriver and Lucy Schaizel the General Chairmen
of the dance did an excellent job with the help of
the following: Peggy Kepner, Decorationsg Pat Dun-
din, Publicityg Mary Rear, Programsg Bonnie Moon,
Entertainmentg Lynn Barber, Chaperonesg and Laura
Comstock, Lynda Hackelman, Lynn Munson, Cor-
Queen Sue with escort Ed Stauffer and Sandy Tatum with Bill Knutson, Omation.
and Chris Hunter with Ray Tatum as court.
The entertainment provided by a North High group.
"I crown you Queen Sue."
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Everyone enjoyed the wistcrf'
Everyone looks so happy???
Is IhlS one of your dana rounnm Glenna
Hey, ler's rwisr!!
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I crown you Queen Sharon.
Beautiful japanese gardens,
Princess Donna Snodgrass.
Princess Christine Hinds
P ri ncess Sand y Hohbcrg
Dcl Isham and crowned queen blmmn
Prlnccss joan Sanderson
QUEEN and CGURT
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PRI T AND
Punishment presides over mock trial.
Ooops! Flat tire!
Whats everyone looking at?
The Print and Cord Wfeek activities, sponsored by the
junior Class, opened up with a turtle race. The winning turtle
was "Big Julie" entered by the Latin Club Tuesday, students
wore friendly signsg Wednesday was Student-Teacher and Dress-
up Dayg and Thursday all girls wore white blouses and printed
skirts and the boys wore T-shirts and Levis for Conformity Day.
Friday was a mock trial for all persons committing crimes
against Print and Cord Week rules, and the final activity of the
busy week was the Print and Cord Week Dance at which Trudy
Cully, Mike Emmons, Mary Ellen White, Craig Canoy, Maralee
Landers and jim Gibson were chosen cutest couples of the girls'
Students soak up the sun.
Back to grade school days,
Junior class adds beautiful weather to Prim and Cord Week activities.
Something wrong down there?
South Eugenes entry proves to be "rough"
Junior girls work at times
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mounted as the candidates diligently worked making posters,
slogans and speeches all which helped to enliven the campaign
week. Colorful posters covered the halls with witty sayings and
Student Body Pretizlmft
Left to figbl: Lloyd Chapman, treasuretg Dan Perkins, presidentg Candy
Newland, secretaryg Sue Deyo, histotiang Bill Luvaas, vice presidentg
John Lyman, manager.
Bill Luvaas Candy Newland Llgyd Chapman John Lyman
Vice Prerident Sec:-ettzry Treawfer fllamzgcr
The North Eugene High campaign week ended with the
final rallying of the Student Body votes. The new group of
elected officers are very able workers for the coming year.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Sharon Hassman,, Secretaryg Randy
Thwing, Vice Presidentg Pete Little, Presidentg Sandy Danner, Treas-
GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS: Joyce McBee, Presidentg Joyce Her-
andeen, Vice Presidentg Sue Turnbull, Secretaryg Martha Westlrng,
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: jack Ferguson, President
Marsha Youel, Secretaryg Tami King, Treasurer.
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ORTH' ROGTI G ECTIO
Of all the activities throughout the year, the
one requiring the most time is the pep sections
at football and basketball games. The Pep Club,
rally squads, drill team, and boys' and girls'
shirt sections made up North's rooting section.
Not only did they give spirit to the team but
they placed North second in sportsmanship at
State Tournament. North can be proud of their
rooting sectiong she has set a tradition for the
classes to come to follow. We hope the classes
to come have as much fun supporting North's
teams as the students of 1962 did.
North's Majorertes perform at half time.
The Pep Club hoops it up at Touranmcnt.
The Highland Band and Rally Squad performing at half time,
Bonnie was always tht-re to help
VICTORY at Pep
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Slaves serving Latin students.
ROMAN BA QUET held again
Faculty join members in reciting Slave Pledge.
The evening was enjoyed in typical Roman style.
Again this year as before the Latin Club held
their Roman Banquet. Each year the club holds
their banquet in Roman style with Roman
food, Roman clothing, and first year students
serve as Roman slaves. The faculty as honored
guests sit at the head table. The Latin Club
goes all out for this banquet and the re-
sults were well worth the effort.
The slaves start serving the food.
TOO LOW THEY BUILD WHO BUILD
GGVER OR HATFIELD speaks at
COMME CEME T
BELOW THE l
1962 Class Motto
Governor Mark O. Hatfield was the guest
speaker at the 1962 Commencement Serv-
ices. Student speakers were Pam Shriver and
John Franz. Judy Privasky gave the invo-
cation and Roger Lyman gave the introduc-
tions. Principal Ray Hendrickson presented
th:e class and Chairman of the Board of
Directors Lee P. Bishop awarded the diplo-
mas. Commencement Services were held
on june 7, in the North Eugene Auditorium.
The Class flower was Red and White Chry-
santhemum, the Class Colors were Crimson
and Silver, the Motto was "Too Low They
Build Who Build Below the Sky." Of all
the events of graduation and the twelve
years of school the one most remembered
and treasured will be commencement.
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Others speakers were Mr. Hendrickson, and Senior Class Advisor
Mr. Davis. The junior Singers and the Orchestra were the enter-
tainment. Senior Class President Roger Lyman introduced the
speakers. The menu consisted of orange juice, scrambled eggs,
sweet rolls, ham, milk and coffee. The colors were in the class
colors of red and white, The breakfast was held on the morning
of June 6th and the Senior assembly was held in the afternoon.
Both events will stand out in the memories of all seniors, for years
Last minute instructions
Dont look so sad
Need some help? Here we come, ready or not . . .
DOCTOR ICHOLSON speaks at
Doctor Westely Nicholson was the speaker at
the Baccalaureate Service of the class of '62,
Duretta Roderick and james Johnson were the
student speakers. Friendship '62, the combined
i graduation party of the seniors of North and
Z South Eugene High Schols, was held at the
Erb Memorial on Campus. Both schools partici-
pated in the preparations. North was in charge
l ' of the food and tickets with Judy Privasky
as North's chairman. South Eugene was in
charge of the decorations and entertainment.
As the last event of the class of '62 all students
worked to make it a success which it was.
Senior Clss President Roger Lyman. Dqqfof Niqholgtm,
Sheila and john admiring the cake.
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Big sign - littlc boy!
Nortlis band pcrlorins in Concert style.
Jester Harrison festival heltl at North. Jagger Harrison.
For when the One Great Scorer comes to write
against your name.
He writes, not when you won or lost, but how
youplayed the game.
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SPORTS play a big part in
High School Days
mblies . . .
At Halftime . . .
Mike Emmons Wilscan Muhlheim Emmett Braun
Senior Senior Senior
Leff Halflaafk Center Ceriler
Dave Cooper Del Isham Jim Hardy
Senior Senior Senior
End Tackle End
Charles Harkins Paul Winters Don Gott
Senior Senior Senior
Iinflbnck Fnllbafk Guard
Norman Malcolm James Paschelke Jack Whittaker
Senior Senior junior
End Guard End
Bill Halverstorr Chris Prescott Rick Jorgensen Ed Allison
junior junior' junior junior
Halffnzcla Cerner' Flzllback Halflnzck
Coach john Reed
RHUJY Vffhitncv Paul Keith Robert Myers
JIUIIOI' Jznzim' jfmim'
TMH6 Tunisie Tackle
Jon jenkins Ed Reed Steve Schmidt
,lzmior junior Junior
Halfbaci Guard Tackle
David Kutchera Bill Stauffer Bill Goff
junior junior jzmjgr
Tackle Tackle End
The tirst game of the 1961 season
was it disalwpointment for the High-
lander squad. North made the first
touchdown in the first quartet. Lynn
Atkins, senior, made the goal from
the 2-yard line to put North ahead
with Zlfi minutes left in the first
quarter. The Corvallis Roger Cox,
quarterback, came back with two scor-
ing passes in a two minute span. This
was the end of the game for North.
The Spartans scored again in the sec-
ond quarter, The clock ran out for the
W Highlanders with the final score 1361
' 1 in favor of the Corvallis Spartans.
s' it Q ff Atkins finds a hole,
WILL METTE O-26
North Eugene opened up a fairly tight ball game
against Wlillamette just after the second half kicktff.
Defensixe halfbacli. Chuck Harlqins intercepted a
screen pass from Wfolverine quarterback jeff Ride
and raced 53 yards for the first Highlander score.
All of Norths scoring was done in the last half
of the ball game, North went on to win the game.
26 to O.
Last resort pass is failed for Willttmette. Helfrich catches a "buttonhoo1c" pass.
RO EBURG 20-0
Pat Helfrich on a punt return against Roseburg.
The Roseburg game was another exciting but disappointing
tilt for North. The first tally didnt come until the second
quarter had started in spite of a few outstanding passes by
Bill Thomas and Nike Emmons, the Highlanders drive was
not quite enough for the score on the strong Roseburg team,
By the time Norths offense got rolling it was well into the
second half, Roseburg appeared to be on another touchdown
jaunt when they fumbled and the North Eugene Highlanders
recovered. As a result Roseburg won at 2040.
A Roseburg fumble recovered by North.
Ron johnson receives a pass from Bill Thomas.
PRI GFIELD 13-6
Another near miss as ball over shoots receiver.
A Springfield player being brought down by Bill Halverstott.
The third game of the year was played at Silke Field against
Springfield High. The Millers controlled the ball and scored
all their points in the first half .The second half was a
different storv. The double threat of the hard running backs
and good line plav had the Millers on the run. The High-
landers came out on top in total yardage gained but not in
points. The final score was North Eugene 6 and Spring-
Atkins finds straight ahead running with down field blocking.
The Marshfield Pirates Trailed the Highlanders by six
points throughout the first half of the game. It wasnt until
the third quarter that the Pirates got their first score. From
then on, an intercepted pass and a fumble led to a greater
margin in the score in Marshfields favor. North Eugenes
only score came on a pass from Bill Thomas to Pat Helfrich.
Johnson finds little running room behind blocker
GRTH BE D 19-14
One of the closest contests of the year for North
was North Bend, North Eugene game. The High-
landers were first to mark the score board, early in
the first quarter, on a one-yard plunge by Paul Vfin-
ters, North Bend, came back in the second period to
tie it up. The next two scores. credited to North
Bend, came in the third period on two long runs.
The Highlanders came right back with one T.D.
drive and two near misses, one of which stopping on
the Bulldogs 9 yard line.
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Atkins about to enter the end zone.
The biggest upset of the year was presented to North
by the Thurston Colts. They took the opening kiekoff and
tlrove the hall 63 yards for the score. North Caine right hack
on a drive of "li yards by Ron klohnson. Despite oiztstantling
running antl ixissing by Patil XY'inters and Bill Thomas. the
I-lighlantler atracl-1 was not enough for the strong Thiirsttgn
Colts. The final score was 55-25.
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A netktie used Bill Thomas.
A tlifferent story came to North finallx' in the Cottage
Cirove gaine, Ihe Highlantlers openetl the scoring with .1
safety early in the first qnarter. The Lions eanie right back
with six points antl the half entletl that way. A batl snap
from center in the thirtl quarter set Nlifs seeonel score. The
final score came in the fourth quarter on a 28 yartl pass
from Ron Johnson to Pat Helfrich. The Highlanders threat-
enetl again in the Closing minutes as fullback Chuck Harkins
was out of hounds on the one yard line when the gun
Atkins on an entl sweep.
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UTH EUGE E 14-7
The annual Cross town rivalry game was started off carly
in tht- first quarter by fl Highlander touchdown. An inrcr-
Ceptcd pass from Bill Thomas Sct up the first South Eugene
Scorc. Outstanding Highlandcrs pass dcfcncc Saggcd inet
enough to permit a South Eugcnc touchdown which meant
the gaiuc. The final North score of what looked like a
score camp in thc closing minutcs of the gains, Halfhack
lynn Atkins received a hand off from Bill Thomas and
ran over for a score. lr was Called hack by the officials.
They said that Lynn fumbled before he Crossed the goal
line, The final SCorc was lfif in favor of South Eugcnv.
North Eugene wins thc toss hcforc thc starting kickoff.
J. V. FOOTBALL
J. V. SQUAD. Kneeling: Eddie Rupert, Pat Mekech, Bill Gard-
ner, Dennis Dodge, jeff Hammer, Jerry Edin, jim King, Dono-
van Cooper, Mick Railey, Gary Bendex, Mike Bilderback. Smurf-
ing: jim Fry, Dave johnson, Gary Power, Chuck Zollinger, Bob
Seaman, Terry Collison, Mike Christinson, Steve Ivy, jim Hurst,
Kent Canoy, Torn Bristow, Coach Hodges. Razz' fbree: Manager
Bob Smith, Howard Fogg, jim jaqua, Dave Gavick, Garu Graup-
ensberger, jack Ferguson, Dave Myers, jerry Thompson, Ivar
Anderson, Bob Swan, Phil Duerfeldt.
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Thurston .... . . O IS. . . .... NEHS
Springfield .... . . .I9 6. .. . . . .NEHS
Cottage Grove 7 6... ....NEHS
South Eugene .. ... O 6. .. ....NIEHS
Thurston .,... . . . 0 27. . . . . . .NEHS
Springfield ... ...27 18... ....NEHS
South Eugene .. ... O 6. .. ....NEHS
SOPHOMORE SQUAD. Ron' one: Mac Lewman,
-lim Bright, Forrest Beymer, Brion Richardson, Ken
Willkens, Bruce Brant, Mike Reaves. Ron' lzm: Greg
White, Roy Reyes, Bruce Purdy, Ray Edenholm,
Mike Carlson, Randy Brant, Dan Harris. Razz' three:
Larry Harding, Mike Craiger, Doug Getchell, Ray
Tatum, Bob Johnson, Bruce Harrington, Greg
Thompson, Bruce Kinnee, Coach Krupicka.
The Sophomore football coach, George Krupicka, was impressed
with the desire and attitude of the sophomore football team.
The team is made up of the sophomore players who didn't make
the Junior Varsity team. Because of the lack of speed, the team
had a difficult time scoring, and they finished the season scorea
less in six games. The other opponents were Cottage Grove,
Wfillamette and South Eugene. They played each school twice.
Fzrtt rote Anclrexx McKenney, Bob Gravely, Leon Henderson. Second rout Dave Hardy,
Ken Moore Mike Curtis, Dave Deubner, Ralph Rotter.
ow: Jerry Gordon, Bill Beebe, Dean Hague. Semzzd 1-mv: Hom Mitcheltree, Tom Olson,
The Cross-country team had an-
other successful season by sweeping
first place in the district A-1 com-
petition, and placing second in the
state Cross-country meet. This
year's team was led by four out-
standing runners, Dave Deubner,
Ken Moore, Mike Curtis, and Dave
North Eugene hasehall team fin-
ished second place in district 5 A-I
baseball behind South litlgene. The
Highlandcrs compiled a Ci-5 win-
loss record. For the season Mike
Snow, soplioinore. had the hem
earned run average in district play.
The Highlanders. with nine players
returning next year should have a
good chance for the district title,
Mel lends a helping hint im
VARSITY BA KETBALL
Coach Mel Kraus
Norths varsity coach has turned out a fine team.
The Highlanders ended the 196167 season, second in
A1 league fifth in state with a 17 win 4 loss record.
Eugene .... ....
N.E.H.S. SEASON RECORD
. Junction City
. . . . Beaverton
. North Salem
. North Salem
. . . Wfillamette
. . . Springfield
. . . . Thurston
. South Eugene
. . . . Roseburg
.. North Bend
. . . Marshfield
.. . Springfield
. . . . Thurston
.. North Bend
. . . Marshfield
. . Willamette
VARSITY SQUAD Kneelnzg Steve Forrest Ivan Jensen. Stqndingt Bob Craven, John Franz, jack Strayer, Roger Lyman, Wayne Allen.
Don Hale Gary Schvsieger Paul Michaels Bill Thomas, Ron Davies, Jim Stedman, Ron Johnson,
Ron klolinsmm Xwayne Allen John Franz Roger Lyman
Captain - - Senior Senior Senior Sgnipr
Girard Girard Cerner Forward
Bill Thomas jim Srcllnman Gary Schwieger Jack Strayer
flffllflf Senior Senior Sevior
Forza ard Forivard Girard Ceriler
Don Hale Bob Craven Ron Davies Paul Miihaels
Senior JHHIOV junior Sophomore
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n scores again against Sunfli Fugcgrzc,
Chief fI'iC'S for two against Miirshfichi.
Stedman on rho go against Marshfield
Schwicgcr and Thurston Colt battle for
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Lyman is up and at 'em against Rnschurg.
Allen tries one of his long shots.
Sophomore Paul Michaels leaps for 2 against South
The 1962 season ended as the best of the Highlanders in
their five years in A-1 league competition. The Highlander
squad started the season winning their first nine games,
five of which were non-league. During this time they
were rated first in State and tournament bound. The next
five games brought trouble. Losing three of these brought
Northls rating down but not their spirits. The next seven
games brought North back into the light . . . by winning
six games and losing only one to Marshfield. The season
record was 5-O in non-league play and l2-gl in league
competition bringing the Highlanders a second place tie
with South Eugene and Roseburg. Marshfield was in first
place. A highlight of the season was the civil way games
with the cross town rival South Eugene were played. North
downed the Axeman twice in season play bringing the
total to five wins in 6 games over a period of three years.
In the play-off games for a tournament berth, North and
South met and parted with a score of 73-57 in favor of
N.E.H.S. Next North met Roseburg and gained the 1962
State Tournament berth. The final score was 70-66. The
Highlanders can be proud of their team. They have set
many new firsts for North.
ORTH EUGE E CAPT RE FIFTH
John plays the bacl-:boards against Corvallis.
John and Pinkstaff battle in play off competition.
The Chief leaps up for two.
Franz in all-stars.
Second place sportsmanship.
For the first time at touranment North Eugene left little
to be desired. To the surprise of no one ,the Highlander
6' S" center gained a position on the l962 All Star basket-
ball team. Other members were Rick Wfhelan, Milwaukeeg
Ed Maerz, South Salemg jon Norgaard, Astoriag and Dave
Kafoiiry, Cleveland. Another trophy North students can
be proud of is the second place sportsmanship trophx:
South Salem sported the first place and Corvallis was in
third. All the students worked hard for this honor and
were well deserving of it.
PLACE IN STATE TOURNEY
Roger Lyman leaps for the ball.
Northls Tournament Record
.... 60-65..,. ..
NIEHS... .... 53-5l,...
NEHS... .... 55-46....
NEHSH, .... 55 5l ....
STATE A-l FINALS
. . Corvallis
Only after a long hattle of season play and play-offs did North
gain a berth in the State Tournament. A first for North
lftigene. it was not the first for the Highlander Coach Mel
Krause. Mel brought his Franklin team to state and took the
championship. ln the first game North met McMinnville. The
final score was 63-60 in favor of lNICMinnville putting North
into the consolation series. Next, the Highlanders met Baker
and won with a score of 53-5l. Corvallis was next in line hut
North took charge and won, 55-46. Milwaukie was the last
game and again North came through ro gain fifth place in
the State Tournament.
Franz sinks one.
JU IOR V R ITY BA KETBALL
513 ae so 40 13 42 4
JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD: john Miller, jeff Hamer, Brion Richardson, Wfayne
Kerns, Bob Curtis, Mike Snow, Ron Koehler, jon jenkins, Durward Wright, jerry
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Unidentified, Bob Swan, Mike Snow, john Landers, Leon Henderson, Bruce Kinncc,
Dave Johnson, Coach Keele.
GYMNASTICS TEAM-Ron' owe: Harold Greer, Sherry Fountain,
Sandy Crosby, Sherry johnson, Nore Lee Massengil, joyct- Ileren-
cleen, Chris Hunter, Gary Powers. Razz' frm: Brian Richardson, Don
Libby, Eddie Rupert, Chuck Harkins, Jim Steele, john Collins, jim
Miller, Ray Reyes, Unidentified. Row three: jerry Stubblefic-ld, Greg
Landers, Donovan Cooper, Grant Springer, Phil DeLong, Mike
Olson, Don Chapin, Mr. Smith.
GYM NASTIC TEAM AGAI
Chuck Harkins on the rings,
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Again North's Gymnastics team took first place in the
state championships. This is only the third year North
has had a team. Under the supervision of Mr. Richard
Smith the team was one of the best at North. The size
of the team increased over the previous number, there
were 25 team members. The team had new surroundings
to do their practicing. The new activity rooms provided
more space for practicing and equipment. Added to the
list of the equipment was a balancing beam which was
made especially for North by Mr. Alfred Herendeen,
father of Joyce Herendeen. During basketball season the
gymnastics team performed at half time at several games
including the North'South game. Mr. Smith, the coach,
will not be at North next year as he has accepted a job
at the University.
VYWQQSIEL 972' S T5--'E
john Collins on the parallel bars
VARSITY SQUAD-Row one: Joe Armitage, Rick Marx, Randy
Thwing, Gene Smothers, Roger Blythe, Darrel Bennett, Ray Thomas.
Ron' two: Dan Banra, Charles Murphy, Jim Randall, Gary Stedman,
Dave Cooper, Mike Bilderbach, Dave Buck. Row three Dave Myers
Del Isham, Don Gott, Paul Keith, Bob Meyers, Bob Ticer
Team Captain -Dave Buck Top Dual Contender-Randy Thwing
Most Improved-Bill Gott Canvas Back-Gene Smorhers
Best Conditioned-Del Igham Team-Second in District: Bill Gott, Randy Thwing
Most Impressive--Bob Meyers Rid, Mqrx Paul Keith
Don Gott, Del Isham, Bill Got: and Dave Buck.
Dan Banra, Bill Gott, Don Gott, Dave Buck, Bob Ticer
The winner - Dan Banra
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JUNIOR VARSITY SQUADM Rom' one: Roger Blyth, Gary Hall, Art Ire-
land, Vfarren Smith, Rick Marx, Paul Ellis, Bruce Stockdale. Ron' Izzo: Forrest
Beymer, Dave Doran, Roger Coulter, Duane Millihcn, Ray Edt-nholin, Gary
Bendix, James Hurst, Bob Meyers. Roz: three: Bob Anderson, Ron Root, Kert
Canoy, Jerry Edin, Gary Stedman, Chuck Zollinger, Eddie Burtham, jerry
Thompson. Rou' four: Mike Biltlerback, Dave Myers, Paul Keith, Dave Kut-
schara, Ralph jones, Glen Davis, Ken Wilkins, Mr. Reed.
Dave Buck getting help from Conch Krupjkti.
jim Rantlall in half-nelson
Randy Thwing against W'illametta.
Don Gott using the arm lock,
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Right: Bob Shriver. Far right:
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NEHS .... 13 SEHS ........... 2
NEI-IS .... 12 Springfield ....... 3
NEHS .... 8V2 U. of O. Frosh ..... 6V2
NEHS .... l0V2 Corvalis .......... 4V2
NEHS .... l3V2 McMinnville .. .. IV2
NEHS .... 8iV2 Corvallis ,. 6V2
NEHS .... 9V2 SEHS ...,. GVZ
NEHS .... 11 Roseburg . . . . . . . 4
NEHS .... 14 Lebanon ,... l
NEHS .... ZVQ OSU Rooks ....... l5V2
NEHS .... SV2 U. of O Frosh l4V2
"'NEHS 399, SEHS 450, Corvallis 417, Rose-
'NEHS 408, osU Rooks 411, U. of o.
P10511 414, sEHs 425.
'NEI-IS 409, N. Salem 438, Corvallis 419,
Top row: Ralph Cole, Bob Shriver, Roger Wilcox, Rick Newhouse.
Boltom row: Gary Schwieger, Don Morrow, Coach Jaegers.
The Highlander Diver Squad with Don Morrow, Gary Schwieger, and
Bob Shriver, returning from last year's state championship team resumed
their winning ways to go through the entire season without losing to a
high school. They established the enviable record of being undefeated
for two years in high school competition. The Highlanders defeated the
Oregon State Rooks once and lost once. North defeated the University
of Oregon Frosh twice and lost to them once. North again captured
the Upstate Tourney crown for the second consecutive year and finished
second in the State Championship Tournament, three strokes behind
Corvalis, the winner.
Roger Wilcox played the fourth position and turned in consistently good
performances all year. Number five position was capably handled by Rick
Newhouse and Bryan Burton who alternated in that spot. Jack Ferguson
and Ralph Cole rounded Ollt the eight man squad.
Coach Jaegers teeing off.
Row one: Unidentified, Tom Mitchelltree, Gary Powers, Leon
Henderson, Dave Deubner, Wilscnn Muhlhiem, Mike Curtis, Lynn
Atkins, Ed Reed, Richard Iorgenson. R011 lwo: jerry Gordon, Bill
Beebe, Greb Thompson, Gafy Bendix, Larry Read, Art Ireland, Andy
North's relay team.
McKinney, John Franz, Pat Helfrich, Dan Ousley, Ken Moore, Jack
Briggs. Rout' three: Mike Bilderback, Glen Davis, W'ayne Kerns, Phil
Duerfeldt, Dave Hardy. Row four: Doug Paul, Jon jenkins, Dean
Hague, Ray Wfalker, Bob Gravely, Ralph Rotter.
The 1962 track team, coached by Bub Robertson
and Bob Newland finished the track season by
sweeping the state track meet in Corvallis, Oregon.
At this meer the top prep stars of Oregon high
schools competed for the state title. This victory
closed the season with a record of 10 wins and
no losses. Besides winning the state title and break-
ing five school records, we can proudly boast of
having another track star listed in the "nation's best."
Dave Deubner, by running a tremendous mile of
4212.8 was listed first in the nation's best track
athletes. Another great winner was john Franz who
broad jumped 6' 5" to break a meet record.
Mr. Hend rnckson,
Pat Helfrich, N.E,H.S. best
Two real champions john Franz and
National Favorites Dave and Mike Curtis.
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- Front row: Pete Little, Sun hi Synn, Mr. Bell, Gordy Hall,
seth, Jon Soha, Terry Nagle, Dan Olson, Craig Kerr, Art Brenner,
This was the first year for North Eugenes
Swimming Team and a good one. Wfith the
fine coaching of Paul Bell the team managed
to send these boys to state: jim Soha
Cbreaststrokej, Pete Little fbackstrokeb,
Randy ThWingCButterflyj and Larry Dixon,
Charlie Smith, and John Taylor in the free
style relay. Divers are: Larry Draper, Art
Brenner, and Craig Car. Team Captain posi-
tion was filled by Dean Church. The be-
ginning team didn't fair against other coma
peting teams too well but managed to win
in a triangle meet.
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Beagley, Clarence 30
Beagley, Dianna 41. 95,116
Beals, lennifer 42. 97,107
Beals, Rosalie 42. 107. 95
Beall, Dale 57. 98, 99
Beaman, Trula 57
Beary. Diann 42.122
Bechtol, Patty 58
Beak.1udy 58. 95, 104.112. 120
Beck, Pat 42,122
Bedient, Nancy 30.92. 94
Beebe. Bill 42,168.184
Beeson, Sander 30
Bell, Carol 42
Bendix, Gary 42,167.18l,184
Bennett. Darrell 30,180
Bennett, Linda 42, 95
Bennett, Larry 30
Bensen, Pat 30,111
Benson, Robert 58
Berg, Gerald 58
Bernardo, Russell 42
Betts, Gary 42
Bevans. Lunn 58. 88,112,131
Beymer, Forrest 42. 167, 181
Boggs, 1-larry 42,126
Bilderback, Mike 30, 167, 180.
Bires. David 58
Birran, Dennis 42
Bittleson. Alan D. 42
Bittleson, lim 58
Black, Ken 30
Blackford, ludi 30. 95.123
Blair. Robert 30, 109
Blanchard, Carol 42
Blacherly, Marilyn 95. 96. 212.
Block, Carol 42.122
Block, Marilyn 42
Blood. lean 42. 95,101,116
Bloom, Dennis 30.169
Blye. Barbara. 30
Blythe. Sandra 58. 93, 104
Blythe, Roger 42,180,181
Boggie, Gerald 58
Bohna, Carol 30
Boles, Kenneth 42
Borgaard, lohn 30
Borgaard, Patty 42
Bostic, Brian 114
Bowen, Sue 42, 88, 95
Bowerman, Tom 42, 104
Bowers, Milo 30
Bowman, Margaret 30
Bowser, Sandre 58, 113, 116
Boyd, Robert 58
Boylan, Gary 42
Boylan, Karen 42
Bradford, Gary 42
Brandt, Bruce 42,104,167
Brandt. Ian 30. 123
Brant. Randy 42, 126
Braun. Arthur 42
Braun, Emmett 58,103
Brechtbill, Cheryl 42,96
Bremmeman. Merry 30 127.126
Brenamen. Linda 30
Brenner. Arthur 30.103 106 186
Briggs. lack 30.184
Briggs Mary 42
Briggs. Diane 42
Briggs. Pat 42
Briggs. Robert 42
Bright. lames 42,167
Brink. Chuck. 30
Brinkman, Mike 58
Bristow. Tommy 42, 167
Brittian. Gary 42
Brooks, Mariorie 30
. Bob 58
. Mike 42, 104, 109, 114
Broyes, Kathryn 59
Brotherton. Gary 31
Brown, David 42
Brown, Earl 42,122
Brown, jim 43,186
Brown, Iohn 58
Brown. Renae 43
Brown, Rick 31,123
Brown, Susan 31, 94, 105. 106. 109
Brumley, Gary 43
Brumbaugh. Sharon 59. 123
Bruns, Iudy 31. 94,111
Bryant. Elizabeth Ann 43
Buck. Becky 43
Buck. David 59.103180 186
Buller, Mike 43
Bulter, Barbara 31
Burden, Linda 43, 95.116
Burgess. Sandy 43. 88.109 122
Burkhart, Shris 31.103 109
Burkman. Teryl 43. 95
Burnet. Don 59.89
Burton. Russell Bryan 31.103
Buskirk, lohn 43. 126. 127
Butler, Victoria fTorib 31. 92
Byres, Richard 43
Calhoun, Raymond 43,126
Callahan, ludy 123
Calvin, Kent 43
Cameron, Rickard 43
Campbell, Ianay 43. 95, 106, 116
Campbell, Kent 59
Campbell, Richard 31, 98, 99
Canoy, lanet 31, 94
Cancy, Kent 43,167,181
Carleton, Betty 43. 126,127
Carley, Donna 122, 123
Carlile, Diana 31, 94. 105.109
Carlson, Davia 31.126127
Carlson, Mike 43,106,169
Carmickle, Dorothy 59, 95
Carpenter, RoseAnn 31, 94, 106.
Carro. ,lon 43
Carter, Sandra 43
Cauthorn, Gene 31
Cavahaugh. lim 43
Caven. Judy 59. 113
Chadek, james 31.103
Chadeck, William 104
Crowson, Carolyn 53
Cruickshank, Donald CSandyj 31
Cully, Mike 31. 88. 107. 169
Cully. Trudy Ann 44. 88. 95. 122
Cummins, Lloyd 31
Curtis, Robert 44. 176
Curtis. Mike 31. 103. 168. 184
Cutler. Carol 44, 108.122
Capin. Don 43.178
Capman. ,lim 43.122
Chapman. Lloyd 31.111, 144
Chauran, Mike 31
Childers. Harold 59.120
Christensen. Mike 43. 126. 167
Christensen Sandra 43
Christofferson, Carol 59
Church. Dean 59. 89. 103,104
Chynoweth, Donna 59
Clark lill 43.122
Clark Len 59. 122
Clark. Larry 31
Clark. Sherry 59
Clark, Tim 43
Claxton. Georgia 60
Clayton, ludith QKim1 31
Clearwater, Pam 31
Cline, Richard 43
Daggett. Ron 44
Danner. Sandra 31, 89, 94, 109,
Dark. Charles 60.104114
D'Armond, Miciele 60
Daudel, Christie 3189.111
Dauntless. Verna 44.95
David. Danny 31
David, ludy 31
David, Wenda 31
Davies, Ron 31, 103,170, 171
Davis, Beverly 31. 93. 94
Davis. Christine 32, 104
Davis, Curt 60,112,120
Davis. David 60
Davis, Glen 44.18l. 184
Davis. Iudy 32
Davis, Robert 32.123
Davis, Roger 44
Clindinpeel. Rebecca 43,123
Clunie. Barbara 43. 95. 96,104.
Cluster, George 31
Colarullo, Charles 43
Cole. Ralph 60, 89.182
Coleman. Sandra 43. 95,122
Collins, john 31, 88, 89,103,104
Collins, Nancy 60, 88, 95, 100,
Collins, Patricia 31, 94
Collison, Terry 167
Comstock. Laura 60. 93. 94
Cone, Nancy 60. 88, 95
Conlin, Kathy Rae
Conrad, Wilda 43
Cooper. David 60. 103. 180
Cooper, Dodovan 31. 167,178
Corum. Annette 43
Cosmus. Pat 43
Coulter. Roger 181
Courtney, Nancy 31, 116
Coverdale, Ron 60,102,120
Cox, Linda 43. 95
Cracker, Doug 31
Cracker, Linda 43, 95
Crafts. Alanson CLanniej 31. 113.
Crager, Mike 43.167
Crane, Ronald 43
Craven, Robert 31.103, 108, 169.
Cronin, Dale 60
Cronin, Don 43
Crosby Sandra 43.126,178
Cross, Marcia 31,107,118
Crow. leff Donald
Day. Donna 61.95.123
Deaver, Deanna 32
Deffenbacher, Wanita 32
Degner. George 44
Delaney. Mike 61
Delany, Aileen 32
Deller, Dale 32, 117
Delong. lanice 44. 95
DeLong Phil 61, 103. 104.178
Delyea. Fran 44
Delyea, Ruth 61, 88, 95
DeMoss, Ron fLarryj 32. 169
Dempsey, Kay 44.95
Denham. Mark 61
Derry, Mary 44
De Santis, Margo 32,122
Desler. Chuck 44
Deubner, David 61. l03,l30. 168,
Deubner, Sara 44
Deverell, Robert 44
Dewey, Dennis 44
Deyo, Susan 32, 88, 94,113,144
Dickey. Diane 32, 94,l07. 118
Dickson. Darry 32. 89. 103. 107.
104. 111. 186
DiPaolo, jack 32
Dodge, Dennis 44,167
Dolan, Dixie 32
Dollarhide. Lori 32,126
Dooley. Ruth Ann 61, 88
Doran. David 44, 126,127. 181
Dorey. Nancy 32
Doty. Carol 44, 95
Draper. Gary 32, 89,104
Draper, Larry 32, 88. 103. 104.
Drasye. Mona 61
Drasye, Rhita 44
Driscoll, Charles 44
Duchesnaeu. ludy 32.95. 105.123
Duckett. Maureen 44. 116
Duerfeldt, Phil 44, 88,l07, 126,
Duffy, Ed 32
Dull, james 44
Duncan, Pat 44, 95
Duncan, Roger 61
Dundin, Pat 32. 89. 96. 97. 98. 99
Dunn. Pierre 44
Dunn. Rick 61.85
DuPriest, Robert 6l,127. 128.129
Durbin. Carolyn 32. 94
Duzan. lim 126
Dyson, Heather 61
Eastmen, Greg 32 126 127
Eckert, lim 44
Edenholm. Ray 44,181
Edin, lerry 44.167181
Edmonds, lanice 61. 95. 96.102
Edwards, lan 44
Efterland, Sharron 62, 95. 96
Edgeter. Steve 44
Ehrmantrout, Linda 44
Eigsti, Alyce 62
Esiminger. Lenore 44
Elder, Fran 62, 90. 88
Ellington, Marc 44.122
Ellis, Karen lean 44
Ellis, Paul 44.181
Ellis. lohn 32
Elmer, Alice 32
Elmore, Brenda 32
Elmquest, Karen 62, 95,128
Emmons. Mike 62, 103. 169. 158
Endres. Karla 32 101.107. 94.
Engle, Linda 32
Engle. Mike 32
Englehardt. Everrett 32
Erb. Dennis 62
Erickson, Carol 32.116123
Esterby. lanet 32.123
Ester, Camilla 44
Evans, ludy 32 88,94
Evans, Margie 62.93. 8896130
Evans. Mike 62
Engebretson. Richard 44
Evenson, Everett 62
Everett. Mary 44.107
Farman. Larry 32
Fay. Mary 32
Fenn. Tyler 32
Ferguson, Frank 62
Ferguson, lack 44, 89. 145, 167.
Ferguson. loanna 44
Fields, Candy 44,88
Fish, Bob 45
Fish, Christina 117.123
Fisher. Sharon A. 62,123
Fisher, Sherry 32,101
Fisher, Suzanne 45
Flegenheimer, Emmy 62.132
Fogg. Howard 45,123,167
Folson. Leroy 62
Forrest. Dale 45.109
Forrest, Steve 103,106,170, 171
Forty. Diane 62
Foss. Carolyn 45
Foutain, Sherry 33.178
Foy. Pat 33
Franz. John 62. 88. 103. 109. 128.
Freedenburg, Jim 32. 88
Freeman, Bill 45.104
Freeman. Gail 62, 93.128
Frieze, Mary Ann 45
Frye, Jim 45,167
Fuller. Richard 63
Funken, Neva 63
Gallagher, Robert 33
Gallagher, Susan 45,122
Gamble, Nadine 63, 123
Gammell. Carol 45
Garber. Leslie 33.88,104.109.
Garber, Pam 63.88.104.l09,113.
Gardner, Bill 45.167
Gavick, David 33, 167
Geiger, Sue 63,120
Geoghegan. Marsha 45. 95
Gerimonte. Kathy 45. 107. 95
Getchell. Doug 45.167
Gheen, Lynda 63, 96, 95, 112
Gibbs. Judy 63
Gibson, Barbara 33
Gibson, Dennis 33
Gibson, Jim 63
Geibisch, Edward 33
Gillette, Mike 45.126
Gillespie. John 63
Glass. Vicki 63. 95. 96
Glaze. Steve 33
Glenn, Cynthia 45, 95, 105. 107
Goerz. Bill 45,122,123
Goff, David 45
Gott, Janet 45
Goldhammer, Harry 63. 109.110,
Gordon, La Donna 33
Gorgon, Jerry 45, 168,176,184
Gordon, Judy 63
Gossett, Joeine 45
Gott, Bill 33, 103, 126
Gott, Don 63, 130, 180
Graeff, Richard 45
Garalow, James 45
Graupensperger, Gary 45, 167
Gravely, Bob 33, 89, 103, 168,184
Graves, Carole 33, 94
Graves, Dianna 33
Graville. Robert 63
Greb, Richard 63
Green, Linda 64
Green. Suzanne 33
Greer. Lanny 64
Greer, Dean 45
Greer, Harold 33,178
Griffith, Jackie 45, 95
Griswold. Ann 64. 95,104
Grubbs. Beverly 45
Guladager. Charles 33
Gulovsen. Mike 45
Gulovsen. Cheryl 123
Guse, Henry 33
Hackleman. Linda 33. 88
Hofdahl. Dwane 33
Hagen. Sue 45
Hague. Harvey 45
Hale, Don 64, l03,121,l70, 171
Hale, Nancy 45. 88, 95,108
Hall. Clayetta 33
Hall, Gary 45,109.181
Hall, Gordon, 64, 102, 103, 128,
Hall. James 45
Hall, Norman 64,110,128,129
Hallett, Pam 33
Halloway, Barbara 45
Halloway, Larry 45
Hallstrom, Lynne 45, 95. 108
Halverstott, Bill 33. 89,103,104
Hamer, Jeff 45,167,176
Hamilton. Margo 33
Hammon. Duane 64
Hamper, Dennis 33
Hand, Sandra 33.106,126,127
Hansen, Lee Roy
Hansen. Peggy 33
Harbour, Mike 33,126,127
Harsch, Pat 123
Harding. Larry 45,167,177
Hardy, David 33,l03, 168,184
Hardy, James 64,103, 89
Harkins, Charles 64, 103, 159,
Harries, Jeanette 33
Harrington, Charles 33
Harrington, Bruce 45,167
Harris, Dan 45, 126.167
Harris, Richard 33,104,109
Harris, Ro 45
Harvey, James 64
Hassler, Ron 64
Hassman, Sharon 33, 94,145
Hastings, Judy 45, 95
Hatfield, Howard 64
Hauck, Sharon 33, 94, 96.105,
Hauck, Rose Mary 46, 95,105,
Hay, Cheryl 33, 94, 101,108,109
Hay, Ken 46
Hayes, Wanda 33
Haynes, Carol 46
Heath, Jeff 46
Hebard, Doug 33
Hedden Gary 33, 107
Heberg, Doug 46
Heitzman. George 33
Helfrich. Pat 64. 89.103,129.l30
Helget. Betty 65
Helbey, Sandra 46. 116
Hemmingsen. David 65
Henderson, Leon 46,103, 109,
168, 177, 184
Hendrickson, Linda 65
Henson, Jim 34
Henson, Pat 46, 88, 95, 104,108
Herendeen, Joyce 34, 96, 116
Hermach, Tim 34
Hescock, Verneda 65
Hesterlee, Carol 46
Hesterlee, Roberta 46, 123, 127
Hiatt, Bob 34
Hickenbottem, Joan 34
Hicks, Jill 34
Hickson, Larry 34
Hileman, Vicke 65, 101
Hill, Ellen 65,123
Hill, LeAnn 46, 95, 106
Hilles, Alan 65,107,110, 129
Hinds, Christine 65, 90, 112,
129, 131 y
Hinds, Virgina 34, 92, 89,94, 106
Hireskorn, Joenne 46
Hirsekorn, Luella 46, 122
Hobbs, Ken 34,100, 101
Hocking, Mary 34.93, 94, 96,
Hoefer, Lloyd 46
1-loerntlein, Kathy 34, 123
Hoeye, Dennis 46
Hogue, Duane 65
Hogue, Richard 46
Hohberg, Sandra 65, 91
Holbert, Lynn 95
Holcomb, George 65
Holcomb, Sylvia Ann 34, 113
Holcomb, Marsha 46, 114, 116
Holmes, David 46
Holt, Dean 46
Homenky, Judy 65
Horne, Barbara 46
Howell, Clement 65
Howes, Terrance 34
Hoyman, Bill 65
Huckins, Loretta 46
Hufford, Janet 46
Hulbert, Marilyn 46
Hunstock, Judy 46, 95. 108, 116
Hunter, Chris 46.95, 104,
Hunter, Debbrah 46, 95
Hunter, George 46
Hurt, Suzanne 34
Hurst, James 46,167,181
Hyland, Ansel 65, 106
Hyland, Dennis 65
lngebretson, Judy 34, 88, 95, 123
Ingram, Reba 46
lnman, Linda 46
Ireland, Arthur 34, 181, 184
Isaacson, Jon 46
Isham, Dell 66, 101,103. 107 180
Iverson, Derek 46
Ixiv, Stephen 34, 167
Jackson. Larry 46
Jacobs. Pat 34.94. 99
Jacquol. Cynthia 46, 95. 104. 105
Jacobs, Kathy 95
Jacobs, 66. 88. 90,104,107
Jantzer, Fay 46
Jaqua, Anne 46, 88. 104, 123
Jaqua. Jim 34. 89.167
Jenkins, Dale 66
Jenkins. Jon 34. 164,l76, 184
Jensen, Ivan 66. 89, 103, 169,
Jensen, Juanita 34, 46, 106
Jensen, Melvin 66.102
Kellis. Richard 47
Kellogg, Leroy 47
Kelm, llarvey 66
Kendall. Curt 47, 122
Kendall. Donovan 47
Kenny. Donna 123
Kepner. Peggy 34. 88, 94.111,
Kerns. Wayne 47, 176. 184
Kerr. Craig 47. 103, 186
Killian, Jerry 47
Kimball, Jerry 66
Kindler, Janet 47, 95, 126
King, Janice 67.96. 97, 102
King, James 47,109.167,177
King, Tamara 47, 107, 145
Kingsley, John 34
Kinnee, Druce 47,123,167,177
Kirtley, Norman 35, 126
Kinney, Mike 47
Jeppseen, Kate 34
Johnson, Beverly 34
Johnson, Bob 46, 167
Johnson, Cecil 34 127
Jolmson, David 34.l15,167.177
Johnson. James QRustyj 66
Johnson, Janice 46.95, 122
Johnson, Jeff 34, 104, 109,
Johnson. Jerri 34. 88, 127, 126
Johnson, Karen 46. 88. 95.104,
Johnson, Keith 66
Johnson, Lynda 47. 104, 106
Johnson. Menory 34, 123
Johnson, Roberta 47, 95
Johnson, Ron 66. 89. 103, 130,
Johnson, Sharon, 34,123,178
Jones. Don 66
Jones, Carolyn 34
Jones, Floyd 66
Jones, Kay 47
Jones, Pat 47.122
Jones. Ralph 47, 108,111,181
Thomas 34, 103
Kinnett, Ronnie 47
Klink. James 35
Knott, Leslie 67, 118
Knotts, Mary 67
Knudson, Loralee 47
Kutson. Diane 67, 123
Knutson. Terry 35, 123
Knutson. Yvonne 35, 123
Kobersteine, Sharon 67
Koberstein, Marilyn 35
Koch, Ivan 35,113
Kotstoe, Gary 47,126,127
Kocks. Wayne 47
Koch, Roy 47
Kroblen, Judy 67,123
Kroger. Mark 35
Krupicka, Sherry 47, 95
Krantz, George 35
Krusenstjerna, Eloise 67, 95, 96,
Kulick, Joan 47,123
Kupetz, Jeanne 47
Kupetz, Sherryl 67,113
Kutschaara, David 35,181
Jones, Wallace 104
Jordon, Jim 34
Jorgenson, Richard 34,103,
Justis, Karen 47,106
Kadua Kathy 34, 109, 94
Kadrms, Shirley 34
Kaluza. Veronica 47
Kammeyer, Barbara 34, 88. 94
Kangas, Mike 34
Kebekbeck. Judy 47, 107
Keebler, Ron 47, 176
Keebler, David 34, 109, 88,
Kenney, Steve 66
Keir, Sally 34
Keir, Sue 66
Keith, Paul 34,103,106, 113,
127, 180, 181
La Bonte, Jerry 67, 99
Lahmers, Susan 47, 95,104,126
Landers, Greg 47,178
Landers, Maralee 67, 95,123
, John 47,177
Lane, Mary 47
Lange, Larry 47
Lange, Robert 35,103,169
Langan, Powell 35
La Porte. La Verda 35, 94,
Larson, George 67.112
Larson, Sandra 47
La Sala. Ron 35
Laurin, Jim 67,112,120
Leal. Janet 35
Lee. Diane 47,.95
Leighton, Ann 47, 95
Lewis. Betty 47
Lewman, Clyde 47,167
Libby, Dom 67,114,178
Liljegren, Astrid 35, 96
Lindley, Janet 48
Lisa, Sharon 68, 95, 108, 111, 129
Little. Carol 48
Little, Peter 39.102,l03.1l1.l15.
Lofvendahl, Sandy 94.105,107,
Long, Alan 68
Long. Dennis 48,123
Loomis, Toni 122
Loney, Jim 68,102
Looney, Judy 35,120
Lovelace, Harry 35
Lovett, Sheila 48,122
Lund, David 48
Lundstrom, Don 68,103,169
Luvaas, Bill 35, 89,102,104, 110
Lyman. John 106,144
Lyman, Roger 68, 88, 103, 109,
Mc Bee, Joyce 35,127,145
Mc Cabe. Kathy 69. 95,104,107
Mc Call, Mike 48
Mc Cane. Ray 69
Mc Cann, Sandra 48
Mc Carry. Kathleen 48,122
McC1ory, Jim 69
Mc Cullery, Lelia 48
Mc Eachern, Mariella 48.95.104
Mc Elory. David 35
Mc Fadgen. Sharon 35, 96
Mc Farland Maryann 35. 98, 99
Mc Ghee, Ken 48,106
Mc Kenzie, Janice 69
Mc Kinney. Everett fAndyJ 35.
Mc Kinnon, Doug 35
Mc Ky, Diane 35
Mc Nair, Ann 48, 104
Mc Reynolds, Larry 48,106
Mc Williams, Deleta 35
Mc Whorter, Jack 35,123
Mace, Chris 68
Madden, Jeanne 48
Maesner, Rodney 35
Malcolm, Norman 68,103
Malos, Larry 68, 89
Manela. Naomi 35, 109, 111
Manseth, Karl 68.104, 109, 186
Mansfield. Bob 48
Mansell, Tina 48, 95
Marotta, Thomas 48
Marr, Bob 48
Marr, Sheryl 69
Marshall, Pat 68
Martin. Carey 48,114
Martin, Peggy 48, 95,122
Marx. Rick 48,103. 180.181
Masengil. Noralee 35, 96,116.
Masoy. Cathy 48, 96.
Matteson, Myra 35
Matteson, Linda 69, 96
Maxwell, Jim 48
Maxwell, John 48
Mayberry, Duane 69
Maycumber, Dana 69, 89, 98, 99
Mayes, Anne 69,95,104
Mead, Mary 69, 93, 94, 98
Meadows, Troy 48
Medill, Chuck 35
Mekech, Pat 48, 167
Melby, Gilbert 69
Melby, Ruth 35
Mentze, Billie Jean 48
Mentz, Dorothy CSimsJ 93, 74
Nagle, Terry 186
Nance, Greg 49,126
Neal, Connie 49, 95,122
Needham, Richard 49,126,127
Neet, Ruth 36,123
Nelson, Rebecca 49
Neubaum, Dan 36
Neuschwander, lvan 36
Newhouse, Ricky 49
Pederson, Bill 49,106
Pederson, Dan 71, 98, 99,114
Pederson, Karen 71, 95, 120
Pederson, Janet 49,105
Loren 50, 186
Penrod, Peggy 49,108,122
Perkins, Jean 36
Perlich, Jane 49
Peterson, Bruce 36
Peterson, Nancy 49
Metcalf, Roger 35
Meyers, Stanley 69
Meyers, Peggy 36,123
Meyers, Stewart 35,115
Michael, Paul 48, 88,103, 169.
Michner, Karol 35,108,127
Milhoupt, Merimee 35,109
Milhoupt, Gretchen 69
Miller, David 69,117
Miller, Don 48,126
Miller, John 48,169,176
Miller, James 48,103,178
Karen 69, 95
Milliken, John 48 , 181
Newland, Candy 36, 88, 94,144
Newman, Kay 36, 95,107
Newman, Keith 70
Newman Sue 49, 96, 106
Newman Ton 70
Nickel, Ken 49
Nicol, Cathy 49, 88, 95,105
Noble, Pat 70
Norberg, Julie 70,133
Nygaard, Phyllis, 49,109,122
Nylander, Jay 49
O'Brien, Dan 103
O'Conne11, Mike 36
Oliver, Ken 71
Minnickel, Leo 48
Minutrn, Ed 35,123
Minturn, Larry 48
Minturn, Louse 69, 93, 94,107,
Mitchel, Robert 70
Mitcheltree, Tom 48,168,184
Moir, Steve 70
Montgomery, Ann 48, 95,127
Montgomery, Linda 35
Moody, Janice 48
Moon, Bonnis 70,96,116,l27
Moore, Ken 70,103,113,168,l84,
Moore, Marjorie 35, 94,106,11l,
Morgan, Gene 35
Morgan, Shirley 48
Morrison, Mike 48
Morrow, Donel 36,103,182
Mortimer, Zedra 48
Moyer, Betty 36
Muhlheim, Mary 48, 95,106
Muhlheim, Wilson 70, 102, 103,
Olsen, Tom 36
Olson Bert 71,122
Olson, Blaine 49
Olson, Dennis 49
Olson, Don 49,189
Olson, Gail 71
Olson, Lyle 123
Olson, Mike 49,178
Olson, Tom 49,168
Otto, Diane 36
Ousley, Dan 49, 88,168
Mulvey, Mike 49
Mumau, Clarie 36, 109, 126, 127
Lynn 49, 95,104,109
Nancy 70, 93, 94, 107,
Murphree, Patsy 70,105
Murphy, Charles 36,180
Murphy, Dennis 49
Murphy, Karen 36
Murphy, Karol 36
Murphy, Ron 70, 103, 169,171
Myers, ,Robert 36,l03,180,181
David 36, 49,167,180
Myss, Ron 36,109
Ovens, Dennis 36
Overton, Ken 49
Owens, Marilyn 49
Owens, Orrin 36
Oxenford, Jack 36
Pack, Diane 36
Pack, Gary 49
Padgett, Karen 49
Paisley, Linda 36,101, 100, 104,
Pakulak, Keith 71
Palanuk, Joe 36
Palmquist, Patty 36
Parker, Beldon 71
Parks, Penny 49
Parks, Kim 36
Parsons, Gary 49,122
Partch, Diane 71
Partch, Richard 71
Paschelke, Jim 71,103
Patrick, Sandy 71, 95, 89,120
Pattee, Cheryl 36,122
Pattee, Sandra 49,123
Paul, Doug 36
Peterson, Sue 49, 95, 96,104,106
Petzold, Derrell, 49,126
Phillips, Dale 50
Packard, Ray 50
Pickering, Ralph 71, 88, 112, 126, 131
Pierce, Carolyn 50
Pierce, Christine 50
Pierce, Don 71
Pierce, Thelma 50,105,122
Pierson, Jack 71
Pierson, Milton 36
Pifer, Lynda 123
Pittam, Nancy 50
Pittam, Larry 50
Pleasnet, Ellen 50
Potampa, Janis 50,127
Potts, Lyle 72
Powell, Dave 36
Powers, Gary 50,167,178
Prater, Terry 72
Prescott, Chris 36, 88, 101, 103,
Prescott, Susan 50, 95, 105, 108,
Preston, Norman 36,104,108
Preston, Ray 49
Prevics, Marsha 50
Price, Gayle 36,94
Price, Susan 72, 89, 95,114,126
Prim, Linda 36, 94
Privasky, Judy 72, 95, 96, 97,
Prochnow, Steve 36
Puckett, Jay 106
Purdy, Bruce 50
Quackenbush, Pat 72
Qualls, Ckzven 36,94
Quick, Dan 72
Quimby, Gayle 36,111
Radabaugh, Judy 36,109,118
Radovich, Diane 50
Railey, Mike 50,167
Randall, Jim 72,180,181
Randle, Jim 50
Rankin, Pan 36,122
Rankin, Vicke 50, 95
Ransdell, Dale 50,114
Ravizza, Sally 72, 95,123,129
Read, Larry 37, 89, 98,184
Rear, Mary 37,94,107,118
Rear, Marilee 72, 95
Reaves, Dona 72, 95,106,113
Reaves, Mike 50
Reber, janet 72, 95.l06,117,129
Reck, Sharon 37
Redman, Wanda 511
Reece, Larry 37
Reed, Bruce 37
Reed, Ed 37, 101, 88, 103, 184
Reed, Same 37
Reed, Linda 50,126
Reel, Tereas 50
Sanders, Shirley 50
Sanderson, lo Ellen 50, 105, 95
Sanderson, joan 74, 89, 91, 129
Sanford, Harry 37
Saunders, Sally 37, 92, 94,123
Schacher, Ron 50
Schailzel, Lucy 37, 93, 94, 96,122
Schlosser, Marvin 37,169
Schniale, Roger 37
Schmidt, Steven 37
Sandy 37, 123
Sharon 37, 94, 98, 99
Smothers, Gene 37,180
Smyth, Dennis 38
Snodgrass, Donna 75,141
Snow, Mike 169,177,176
Snyder, Darrel 51
Reineke, Nadine 37 115,121
Renken, Dot 50,122
Renken, john 37,126
Ressler, john 50
Reschke, lean 50
Reyes, Ray 50,178
Reynolds, Cheryl 37
Reynolds, Doris 50,95
Reynolds, Martha 72
Rhoads, joan Cheryl 37,116
Rhodes, Pat 73, 95, 96,106,114
Rhoades, Randy 73
Rhodaback, Homer 73
Rice, Arlene 73, 95, 96,106,113,
Rice, Pete 73
Richardson, Brion 50,167, 176,
Richardson, Tom 50, 89,106
Ridenour, Bob 73
Rissenberger, jane 73
Ritzdorf, jim 50
Robare, Ron 50,114
Robbins, Larry 37, 91,104
Roberts, Beth 73, 89, 96, 95,
Roberts, Dennis 37,117,126
Robertson, David 37,104,109
Roderick, Duretta 73, 88, 89, 95,
102, l07,l18, 129, 130
Rogers, Steve 73
Rohrbacker, Rocky 50
Roid, Barbara 50
Roland, Gwendaline joice 73, 96
Root, Ron 37,181
Rose, Pam 52
Rosen, Bob 73
Rosentamgle, Margaret 73, 89
Ross, Bill 50
Rotter, Elsie 50
Rotter, Ralph 74,l03,168,l84
Ruberg, Margaret 37, 96, 104,
Ruff, joan 37
Rugloski, Mike 50
Rupert, Eddis, 50,167,169,178
Russell, Dasie 37
Ruth, Allen 74,108,113
Rutherford, Mary 74, 88, 95,
Ryals, Linda 37,122
Ryals, Nancy 50
Samuels, Lora I. 37
Sanders, Richard 74,103
Schweiger, Gary 74, 89, 103, 110,
Soha, james 37, 86, 103, 111,
Scott, David 74
Scott, Dick 50
Scott, Karen 50
Scott, Karen 37, 104,123
Scott, Nancy 37,123
Scott, Teddy 37
Scott, Sharen 51
Scoville, Kenneth 51
Seaman, Robert 51,167
Senkovich, Dave 51
Severns, Cheryl 51
Shaddy, Karen 51
Sharar, Kathleen 51
Shelley, David E. 51,122
Shelly, lan 74
Shelley, Katherine 51
Shepard, jon 74,103,121
Shepardson, jean 51,127
Shepardson, Katharine 37
Shewey, Roger 74
Short, Richard 37, 89,102,110
Shriver, Bob 37,103,182
Shriver, Pamela 74, 89, 97, 96,
Simmons, jack 51,123
Simon, Sharon 74,123
Simonet, james 74
Simonstad, Paul 37,123
Simonis, Paul 37,122
Siminsen, David 51
Simpson, john 37
Skelton, Carol 74, 95, 96, 97
Skirvin, Sue 51, 88, 95,123
Slagle, Dennis 51
Slater, Dorothy 51, 111,117
Slater, Marty 75,113,128, 129
Sleight, Susan 37
Sloan, Carol 116
Smalley Pat 75, 95, 96,109,111,
Smalley, Virginia 51, 95
Sorensen, Thomas 188.8.131.52
Sortor, Cheryl 74,123
Spielman, Cathy 51
Speiger, john 76
Spriggs, Marilyn 38, 94,105, 108,
Springer, Grant 76,178
Sprulock, Elizabeth 51,123
Srite, Annetta 38
Standley, Glenda 38
Stater, Gail 51,109
Stauffer, Bill 38,103
Strand, Delbert, 123
Stedman, james 76,l03,170,171
Stedman, Gary 38, 180, 181
Stedman, Stephen 51
Steele, Arthur QBudj 76, 104, 109,
Steele, james 76, 89, 91,103 178
Steen, Pat 51
Steinhauer, Dale 51
Steinhauer, Loren 76, 107, 115,
Steinhauer, Neal 76,103
Stenshoel, Duane 38
Stephens, Phillip 76, 114,186
Stevenson, Barbara 38,104
Stewart, Linda 76
Steward, Stephen 51
Stimson, Gary 51
Stinson, Dennis 38
Stitt, Donna 76
Stockdale, Bruce 181
Stogsdill, Arleta 76, 95
Stodsig, Steve 76, 100, 101
Strayer, jack 76,103, 171,170
Stuller, Richard 38
Stults, Linda 37
Studltz, Mike 51,122
Sturgis, Diana 51
Swaggart, Connie 76,123
Swan, Bob 51, 104, 167,177
Swanton, Gayle 77
Swartz, Harold Bob 38
Swartz, Sharon 51
Synn, Sun Hi 77,109,186
Smith, Bob 51,167
Smith, Cathleen 51, 96,107
Smith, Cecelia 51
Smith, Charles 37, 103,130, 186
Smith, David 75, 91
Smith, Durwood 51,123
Smith, Elaine 75,118
Smith, Ellen 51
Smith, Elizabeth 75,123
Smith, jon 75,169
Smith, Karen Lee
Smith, Katherine 51, 94
Smith, Kay 75, 98, 99
Smith, Melody 51, 95,104
Smith, Richard 51
Smith, Richard 75
Tatum, Sandy 77, 91, 97, 96, 129,
Taubenkrau, Walter 52
Taxdal, Gary 77
Taxdal, Ruth 38, 94
Taylor, Donald 52
Taylor, Eileen 52, 95
Taylor, jon 38,186
Taylor, Judy 38,120
Tennent, Charles 52
Tevepaugh, Sharon 38,123
Thenell, Mary 77,127,126
Thenell, James 38,122
Thomas, William 38, 109, 103,
Thomas, Keith 77
Thomas, Linda 77
Thomas, Mary 52,122
Thomas, Ray Dean 38,180
Thompson, Greg 52,167,184
Thompson, Gerry 52,126,167,
Thompson, Angela 77
Thompson, Carol 38
Thompson, Banta Meredith 113,
Thompson, Gale 38
Thompson, Jack 38
Thompson, Marlene 52, 95,122
Thompson, Ron 52
Thornton, James 52
Thun, Glenna 77, 93
Thun, Dennis 52
Thurman, Donna 77,123
Thwing, Randall 38, 103, 106,
Ticer, Robert 180
Tiffee, Karla 77
Tigner, Laurelyn 122
Tracy, Timothy 77
Traynor, Bill 38
Trombley, Jackie 38,101
Truitt, Gary 78
Tullar, Earlene 38, 94, 96,123
Turczynski, Faye 78
Turnbull, Kathy 52,105,104
Turnbull, Sue 38, 109, 114,105,
Tuttle, Tom 38
Ulmer, Gary 52
Upp, Tom 78
Usher, Gregory Allan 52,122
Van Herwaarden, Peter 52
Van Horn, Steve 78, 89,123
Van Natta, Robert 52
Van Natta. Bruce 38
Veltman, Kay 78. 93, 94.123
Veteto, Claudia 78, 127, 89,129
Vian. Earl 52
Vogel. Robert 78.123
Vogle, Terry 52
Wade, Linford Harlie 38
Walker, Ralph Daniel 52
Walford, Patricia Kay 53
Walker, Ray 52.184
Wallace, Sharon 78. 93,l26,l1
Wallace, Shirley 78
Walline, Donald 52
Walton, Eunice 52,122
Walton, Kenneth 78, 52
Wamsley, David 78,127,126
Warren, Linda 114
Washburn, Robert 38
Watkins, Fern 78
Watkins, Richard 38,127,126
Watkins, Susan 52
Watts, Margaret 78
Weaver, Sidney 52
Weber, Doug 52
Weber, Joan 52, 108, 95
Webking, Rick 38,126
Webster, Nancy 38
Weeks, Howard 78
Weigant, Diana 38
Weigant, Darlene 52
Weindel, David 52
Wester, Sally 38,109,104
Westling, Martha 38, 107, 104.
Wheeler, Bert 78
Wheeler, Eunice 79, 112, 111, 89
Whitaker, Gary 79,110
Dorothy 38, 94, 97
Greg 52, 123
Mary Ellen 38, 106, 94
Whiteley, Michael 52,126
Whitney, Janet 79. 127, 115. l14,l
Whitney. Randy 38. 109. 115. 104
Whittaker. Jack 39
Widmer, Alfred 107.104
Wigley. Karen 52
Wilcox. Audrey 79
Wilcox, Judy 52
Wilcox, Roger 79,182
Wildish, Marcia 39
Wilhelm. Rodney 79. 103, 98. 99
Wilkins. Kenneth 52,167,181
Williams. Jim 52
Williams, Leslie Dean
Williams. Michael 52
Willie. Catherine 39
Willoughby, Judy 39. 94
Wilmot, Margaret 39,107,111
Wilson, Michael 39
Wilson. Tina 52.104
Winterbottom, Diane 52.107
Winters, Paul 79. 103, 169
Winther, Cheryl 52.122
Witt, Patricia 39
Wolfe. Constance CConniej 53
Wolf, Sharon 53
Wolfe, Dee 39
Wood, Ron Lee 53
Woodard, Carol 53
Wood, David 123
Woodrich, Madolyn 79
Woodward. Jeff 79
Woodard, Ron 39
Woodward, Susan 53
Wright, Christine 53.104
Wright, Durward 176
Wyllie, Elizabeth 39, 94.123
Yancey. Alice 79
Yates, Robert 79.122
Yates. James 53
Yates, Thomas 53
Youel, Marcia 53, 89, 95,145
Young, Judy 53
Zajanc, Joe 53
Zajanc, Stephen 39
Zilkoski, Phyllis 53
Zodlinger, Charles 53,167
Zoon, Donald Ray 53,126
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