North Toole County High School - Caprock Yearbook (Sunburst, MT)

 - Class of 1950

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' I ,Taq f . - 4'iT1-Hifi -ff. 21 5- 9, I WISH ING T0 sr-low oun APPREC an :oN T0 THE ,f..Ef.Av' I -. :Y .z, f-J1f'g:-- , 'ti' '-T, mx - .- '.'r'k-Lia, .Jr Q-y,n..,fg:p,g MAN WHO HAS MADE THE HOURS SPENT IN S,UNBURST n --431 - "'A' E 'f'T117f?g.i:v:2?'.?f'l1f" ' .V '5f':1".,L:3::1'iaJ".Ig,k Q 3 HIGH' SCHOOL MORE ENJOYABLE, HE, "TH:E CLASS W 233'-, T .' gl '55 fr' or '50 ' ," w lsH T0 DED ICATE oun ANNUAL ' T0 MR. ' 5 1' f 4 'mag .24 , 1'.3-gg,45qe?f3gz2'?'Qgigff J. M. LARsoN , WHO IS RET an ING THIS YEAR AFTER ' ' 4.:?-41q.1'f, li , If... 7'I.'lf"f,fI1 - 15- ,f'T'e'5 f. i mise? ' ' if 59 'ur I 5 in' 'v -W '1 rv .' , ...' ..1 f.: .t ,if 'G' 'at' - Iffengrgfmi -' TI,-r"1'e4-'v' 11'- -, ' ' "Ig-!t.s':5az1-,.? - ' -Nag". . .T J zifsfiz Q , j'A."i-mfg! -v. I. 1 -V J.. A . T. as . 1523 HQ 1 ff .5 I' .': " 'F 5. 1 .:'ffefh1,, . - "WIS +A- g., ... ri '.' -gm , ,.,. ... i,x,,Q.u.. , - - - ' fu? .f'1aff4:g3Tf3ify? 3.1. 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This school and community are point- ing the way to better opportuni- ty for youth. Thanks for being with us and we'll be seeing you. 475 ...I I x-fp 1 -' 1: 1 ,',a71i.':' .- gggw, I-1 Q 'z 'f'r117"'u4".. - '-'J' as .V . .,-u.,. ,mwhf. ' fri... I 'Z' ' .4 1- '. lfjiffmy ' i "' M-. I .,',. pun feng... IEW". gg,,yn .w-.f... .,,,1'f E" .I -vt-.": '95-LTV, 0 '. -- -a . .. . , 3.c,..n, 4 A Q R. ., ,VI ., '.. 1 4:-A 11,4 :. .5 .,.l, .il az:-'-.4 ' " - q. , I . .-,-. 35.4, '. ., 'l. iz.. ff' -" .' ,,.'.l,.., , .,.. A 41.51, aff 74-'5 9' . 'Q J 1' 'Jfia ' . 1: 111, - V funk Z A ,.'. ,Ii - Few... ' IA, ...H H-, 2.,,.,,. iii-2.211 'A . MQ. "Q .- :r - 22151 :'-1 .. ,'.f:.' X N. ' v . 1. . '...1 ,-'VO'?1,.-'.f' . I l.wMHfmwsf..w W: V ' .flvx -- . . A ,,... Viigdkrh 'J -,LVM .' ,- . ,Ir .ggh H.. -1- ,., 'l,fg:f.:-f,::v!5...f-yi, - ,, .. . 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JOE KELLER HISTORY JOURNALISM ENGLISH I LATIN FRESHMAN SPONSOR MISS ALICE BROWNELL HOME ECONOMICS GENERAL SCIENCE SCHOOL LUNCH SUPERVISOR SOPHOMORE SPONSOR MR. DON EDWARDS PHYSIOLOGY ATHLETICS GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. WALTER BOURRET I DRIVER TRAINING AUTO MECHANICS WELDING MACHINE WORK C541 SENIORS FRANK PHILLIPS BASKETBALL-I-2-3-4 FOOTBALL-I-2-3-4 TRACK-I-2-3-4 PRESIDENT-4 SHOP-3 CLASS PRESIDENT-I-2 ANNUAL STAFF-4 BASKETBALL CAPTAIN- CHORUS-4 TRACK CAPTAIN-4 CLARENCE THOMPSON BAND-2-3-4 FOOTBALL-I-2-3-4 CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT-I-2-3-4 BASKETBALL-I-2 DRAMATICS-I-2 LETTERMAN'S CLUB-I-2-3-4 SHOP-I-2-3 TRACK-I-2-3 ANNUAL STAFF-4 DOLORES JOHNSON PHYSICAL ED.-I HOME Ec. CLUB-I CHORUS-2-3-4 BAND-2-3-4 ANNUAL STAFF-4 REF INER STAFF-3 DRAMAT :cs-2 CLASS SECRETARY-3-4 NANCY GANNON GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3-4 BAND-I-2-3-4 LIBRARIAN-I CHORUS-I-2-3 CLASS TREASURER-4 REFINER STAFF-3-4 MINSTREL SHow-3 ANNUAL STAFF-4 LETTERMAN'S CLUB-2-3 4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3 4 HAROLD SMITH BASKETBALL-I-2-3-4 FOOTBALL-I-2-3-4 TRACK-I-2-3-4 LETTERMAN 'S CLUB-2-3-4 STUDENT COUNCIL-2-3-4 PRESIDENT-2 ANNUAL STAFF-4 TRACK CAPTAIN-2 FOOTBALL CAPTAIN-3 BAND-I-2-3-4 IVA DOGGETT GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3-4 BASKETBALL-2-3 TWIRLING-I-2-3 CHORUS-2 ANNUAL STAFF-4 OFFICE GIRL-3-4 CARNIVAL QUEEN-3 REFINER STAFF-3 GEORGIA TROVATTEN MAJORETTE-3-4 BAND-I-2 CHEER LEADER-3-4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2 ANNUAL STAFF-4 CHORUS-2-3 HOME EC. CLUB-I PHYSICAL ED.-I ,. LEO LEE I BASKETBALL-I-2-3-4 TRACK-I-2 FOOTBALL-2-3 SHOP-3-4 LETTERMAN'S CLUB-2-3-4 ANNUAL STAFF-4 BARBARA KINNEY TNIRLING-2-3-4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-2-3-4 PHYSICAL EDUCATION- CHoRuS-2 Hom: Ec. CLUB-I ANNUAL STAFF-4 REFINER STAFF-3 WALLACE SMITH BASKETBALL- I-2-3-4 FOOTBALL-2-3-4 TRACK-I-2 BASEBALL-3-4 LETTERMAN'S CLUB-2-3-4 DRAMATICS-2 ANNUAL STAFF-4 SHOP-3-4 CHORUS-4 BADMINTON-3-4 DOREEN MING TVIRLING-2 CHORUS-2 GIRLS' LEAGUE-2-3-4 PEP CLUB-I CHEERLEADER-3 HOME EC. CLUB-I PHYSICAL ED.-I BASKETBALL-2 ANNUAL STAFF-4 I KEITH ELDRIDGE BASKETBALL-2-3-4 FOOTBALL-3 ANNUAL STAFF-4 SHOP-I-4 TRACK-3 DRAMATICS-3 SCHOOL PAPER-3 LETTERMAN's CLUB-3-4 SECRETARY OF LETTERMAN's CLUB-3 DELORES MCLOUTH GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3-4 BASKETBALL-2-3 TWIRLING-I-2-3-4 CHORUS-2 DRAMATICS-2 ANNUAL STAFF-4 BADMINTON-3 LIBRARIAN-3 LEE ASHWORTH BASKETBALL-I-2-3 FOOTBALL-I-2-3-4 TRACK-I-2-3 BADMINTON-3 BASEBALL-3-4 BAND-I-2-3-4 CHoRus-4 , ANNUAL STAFF-4 , REFINER STAFF-4 1 CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT-I BARBARA ATKINSON GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-4 BASKETBALL-I TWIRLING-I ANNUAL-4 REFINER STAFF-4 LIBRARIAN-2 ROY GALLUP FOOTBALL-I-2-3-4 BASKETBALL-I-2 TRACK-I-2 REFINER STAFF-3-4 BOYS' STATE-3 LETTERMAN'S CLUB-2-3-4 RITA GOULD MCKENZIE BAND-2-3-4 CHORUS-2-3 REFINER STAFF-3 BASKETBALL-I-2-3 ANNUAL STAFF-4 JAMES MATSON VICE-PRESIDENT-I-2 BASKETBALL-I-2-3 DRAMATICS-I-2-3 ANNUAL STAFF-I-2-3-4 ScHooL PAPER-2-3 CATHERINE GOTTFRIED BAND-I-2-3-4 CHORUS-3-4 ANNUAL STAFF-4 MUSIC CAMP-3 THEODORE SUTA BASKETBALL-I-2 FOOTBALL-I-2 TRACK-1-2 SHOP-I-2-3-4 STUDENT COUNCIL-I LETTERMAN's CLUB-2-3-4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3 4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3-4 LOUISE KLEINERT CHORUS-2-3-4 BAND-I-2-3 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3-4 ANNUAL STAFF-4 ALLEN ZEMPEL BAND-2-3 FOOTBALL-2-3-4- SHOP-I-2-4 BASKETBALL-2-3 LEONA ALBERTSON CHORUS-2-3-4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3-4 REFINER STAFF-3 ANNUAL STAFF-4 KAYE SHULTS TWIRLING-I-2-3-4 BASKETBALL-I-2-3 DRAMATICS CHORUS-2-4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2 SQUARE DANCE CLUB GIRLS' STATE-3 ANNUAL STAFF-4 REFINER STAFF-4 BADMINTON CLUB-3 LETTERMAN'S CLUB-2-3-4 -3-4 PRESIDENT-4 5153222 ,g25z252z2sE5i32522s:- 4 JEANETTE TRUSWELL HOME EC. CLUB-I TWIRLING-I-2-3-4 GIRLS' LEAGUE-I-2-3 CHORUS-2-3-4 ANNUAL STAFF-4 REFINER STAFF-4 SECRETARY BADMINTON LAB DISPENSER-4 LIBRARIAN-2-3 SQUARE DANCE CLUB HIGH SCHOOL WEEK-3 MARGUERITE WOLANSKI CLASS PRESIDENT-I-2 SCHOOL PAPER-3 BASKETBALL-3 CHORUS-4 ANNUAL STAFF-4 GIRLS' STATE-3 SCHOOL PLAY-3 , W XX fwfxfx QNQMU I -4 CLUB-3 I i I CLASS WILL WE, THE SENIOR CLASS OF '50', BEING AS SOUND OF MIND AND BODY AS POSSIBLE, LEAVE THE FOLLOWING TO THE UNDERCLASSMEN2 LEE ASHWORTH...LEAVES HIS KNACK FOR GETTING CARS THAT DON'T STAY RUNNING T0 RICHARD J. IVA DOGGETT...WILLS HER HEIGHT T0 LEOTA H., AS SHE COULD USE IT ROY GALLUP...WILLS HIS CHARM THAT ATTRACTS THE FRESHMAN GIRLS TO JOHN Bo CATHERINE GOTTFRIED...LEAVES HER ARTISTIC TALENTS TO EVELYN Ma DOLORIS JOHNSON...LEAVES HER HANDSOME BLIND DATE TO MARLENE M. LOUISE KLEINERT...WlLLS HER LUCK IN BEING ABLE TO SPEND A WIN- TER VACATION IN CALIFORNIA TO IRLING S. JAMES MATSON...OUR GREAT PIANIST, LEAVES HIS TALENT TO KIM Hn DOREEN MING...LEAVES HER DANCING SHOES TO RONNIE B. ACHING TRIPLE A BEETLE CRUSHERS TO KAYE SHULTS-..LEAVES HER NANCY D., AS SHE WOULD LIKE SOME NEV ONES. WALLY SMITH...LEAVES HIS WELL-FILLED PHYSIQUE T0 BOB D., WHO NEEDS IT. SCOTTY THOMPSON...LEAVES HIS ABILITY TO SKIP SCHOOL TO HAZEL Go JEANETTE TRUSWELL...LEAVES THE ONLY COMPLETE VACUUM IN HIGH SCHOOL TO TERRY 0. ALLAN ZEMPEL...LEAVES HIS ABILITY TO ARGUE TO PERRY L. BARBARA ATKINSOM...WILLS HER SMALL FEET TO EUGENE B. KEITH ELoRloaE...wlLLs Has ABILITY TO HAVE A NICE STEADY GIRL FRIEND LIKE BETTY Jo TO JOEL F. NANCY GANNON...WILLS HER LARGE VARIETY OF BOYFRIENDS TO PHYLLIS C RITA GOULD MCKENZIE...WILLS HER SINGING VOICE T0 DONNY T. BARBARA KINNEY...HAS DECIDED NOT TO LEAVE A THING---BUT TAKES HER ABILITY T0 KEEP A DIAMOND FOR AT LEAST A WEEK AT A TIME. LEO LEE...LEAVES HIS FAITHFUL FORD TO MR. BOURRET'S STOOGES TO WRECKQ DELORES MCLOUTH...LEAVES HER CUTE PUG NOSE TO PEEWEE. FRANK PHILLIPS...WILLS HIS BASKETBALL ABILITY TO JIMMY UELP, WITH THE HOPES THAT HE MAKES THE WDH SQUAD NEXT YEAR. HAROLD SMITH...WOULD LEAVE HIS POWERS OF PERSUASION BUT HE THINKS HE MIGHT NEED THEM IN COLLEGE. TEDDY SUTA...LEAVES ALL HIS BACK ISSUES OF POPULAR MECHANICS TO OWEN D. GEORGIA TROVATTEN...LEAVES HER CHEERLEADING POSITION TO ANY ONE WHO CAN FILL IT. MARGUERITE WOLANSKI...LEAVES HER PLEASING PERSONALITY TO WAYNE L. LEONA ALBERTSON...WILLS HER TINY WAIST TO DORIS M. THE SENIOR CLASS WILLS ITS BADMINTON SHOW TO THE CLASS WHO THINKS THEY CAN HAVE- WE, THE SENIOR CLASS LEAVEIIIIIIIJIJJ KL CONCESSIONS AND VARIETY RUN THEM AS WELL AS WE lllllllilllllllllillllll nnnnnuuunquonnaaooooooe 5 PROPHECY I WE ARE PLANNING TO SPEND THE EVENING ATTENDING A PLAY, A CURRENT BROADWAY HIT CALLED 'CLASS OF '50', BASED ON THE ORIGINAL CLASS OF '50 FROM S.H.S. SUNBURST, MONT. WE ARE NOW VERY COMFORTABLY SEATED IN THE LITTLE THEATER OFF TIMES SQUARE. As WE HAVE A FEW MINUTES TO SPARE, LET US STUDY OUR PROGRAM. THE PROGRAM TELLS US A LITTLE ABOUT THE MEMBERS OF THE 'CLASS OF '50 WHO ARE REPRESENTED BY FAMOUS ACTORS IN THE PLAY. LEONA ALBERTSON FYFE KEEPS HERSELF BUSY RAISING A FAMILY OF I0 IN SHEET GRASS, MONTANA. HAROLD SMITH WHO HAS STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE FOR HIS CLASS, IS NOW CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Gsonem TROVATTEN IS NOW CHIEF coox AND BOTTLE WASHER AT THE'iPITOMSHECK-TROVATTENI RANCH NEAR SHELBY. DR. JEANETTE TRUSWELL AND HER HEAD NURSE, LOUISE KLEINERT, ARE BOTH SERVING ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF THE ATOMIC WAR ON MARS. ROY 'STIFF' GALLUP IS HEAD OF THE UNLUCKY STIFFS FUNERAL PARLOR IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. JOHNNY COY AND HIS FAMOUS DANCING PARTNER, DOREEN 'LEGS' MING, HAVE JUST COMPLETED A Novus TITLED, NLETIS DANCE.' CATHERINE GOTTFRIED HAS SECURED THE POSITION OF HEAD SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR AT THE LEE ASHWORTH CBELLI TELEPHONE Svs- TEM IN CHICAGO. SIR JAMES MATSON IS PLAYING IN SHAKESPEARE'S wonxs IN LONDON, ENGLAND. RITA GOULD MCKENZIE IS STILL MAKING MANY FRIENDS WITH HER WONDERFUL PERSONALITY. GEOLOGIST KAY SHULTS IS LOOKING FOR RELICS IN THE GHOST TOWN OF GOLD BUTTE, MONTANA. SHE HAS OTHER INTERESTS AROUND THERE, TOO. WALLY nDON'T SWOON, GIRLS' SMITH IS GIVING VAN JOHNSON A BAD TIME IN HOLLYWOOD. I ONCE-ELECTED-CARNIVAL-QUEEN IN HER HIGH SCHOOL DAYS, IVA DOGGETT WAS ICE QUEEN OF THE REVIEWS AT LAKE PLACID RECENTLY. ON A LITTLE FARM IN THE VALLEY NEAR CHARLO, MONT. LIVES KEITH ELDREDGE WITH HIS WIFE, BETTY Jo, TEDDY 'I CAN MAKE IT' SUTA, FAMOUS FOR HIS INVENTIONS, HAS JUST COMPLETED AN INVENTION WHICH DOES YOUR WORK FOR YOU. CLARENCE 'HOT LIPS' THOMPSON WITH HIS GOLDEN TRUMPET AND ORCHESTRA ARE NOW PLAYING AT THE ATOMIC ACE CLUB IN N.Y. HIS FEATURED SOLOIST IS DOLORES J. FIVE FOOT TWO, EYES or BLUE, ALL THIS AND DELORES MCLCUTH NOW APPEARING AT THE EL MARROCO IN KANSAS CITY. ALLEN ZEMPEL IS A THRIVING POLITICIAN RUNNING FoR GOVERNOR or N.D. HIS MOTTO-'YOU TELL ME, l'LL BACK voU.' FRANK 'RAH-RAH' PHILLIPS IS COACHING AT NORTH TOOLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL WHERE THE BIG I6 CLASS B DIVISIONAL TOURNEY IS UNDER- WAY. NSCOOP' NANCY GANNON FS NOW WRITING FOR THE GOSSIP COLUMN OF THE 'HAVE You HEARD' DAILY NEWSPAPER. nSHERLOCK' LEO LEE IS BUSY DODGING CROOKS. LEO NEVER DID BE- LIEVE IN LETTING WORK INTERFERE WITH LIFE. BARBARA 'l'M UP IN THE CLOUDS' KINNEY IS HEAD STEWARDESS OF AMERICAN AIRLINES. BARBARA ATKINSON RUNNING FOR IST. WOMAN PRES. or U.S. MADE A PUBLIC ADDRESS IN WHICH SHE STATED5 'NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE PowER OF A WOMAN! NEvER GVERESTIMATE THE POWER or A MAN.' MARGUERITE 'BONGO, BONGO' WOLANSKI IS A MISSIONARY IN AFRICA. Now THAT WE HAVE COMPLETED OUR SUMMARY-THE LIGHTS ARE DIMMING, THE CURTAIN IS RISING AND HERE IS THE PLAY. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY IT. I I I CLASS HISTORY I IN SEPTEMBER I946, THE CLASS OF '50 ENTERED SUNBURST HIGH SCHOOL. THOSE wHO UNDERWENT THE TRIALS AND HARDSHIPS IMPOSED BY THE SOPHOMORES ON INITIATION DAY WERE: LEONA ALBERTSON, LEE ASHWORTH, IVA DOGGETT, RITA GOULD, ROY GALLUP, NANCY GANNON, CATHERINE GOTTFRIED, HOWARD KIMMET, LOUISE KLEINERT, MARLENE LARSON, LEO LEE, DELORES MCLOUTH, FRANK PHILLIPS, JOANNE POLINKUS, KAYE SHULTS, HAROLD SMITH, WALLY SMITH, TEDDY SUTA, WALTER SwEET, JEANETTE TRUSWELL, AND ALLAN ZEMPEL. MR. STEIN, WHO ENTERED THE FACULTY AT THE SAME TIME AS THE CLASS OF '50 ENTERED HIGH SCHOOL, SPONSORED THE CLASS THROUGHOUT THE FOLLOWING FOUR YEARS. IN THEIR EFFORTS TO PRO- VIDE THEMSELVES WITH A BANKROLL, THE CLASS PUT ON THE TWO RAFFLES AND HAD THE CONCESSIONS AT THE INTERNATIONAL BADMINTON TOURNAMENT. ALTHOUGH THE LATTER WAS BARELY A FINANCIAL SUCCESS DURING THE FIRST YEAR, THEY SUCCEEDED IN DOING MUCH BETTER IN THE FOLLOWING THREE YEARS. IN I947, THOSE WHO JOINED THE CLASS AND SHARED IN THE REVENGE ON INITIATION DAY WERE: SCOTTY THOMPSON, FLORENCE RALPH, DELORES JOHNSON, TED PAZDERIC, LLOYD LEWIS, BARBARA KINNEY, DOREEN MING, GEORGIA TROVATTEN, AND LALLA BLANKENSHIP, wHO CAME FROM OILMONT. WALTER SWEET DID NOT RETURN AS HE HAD GONE TO OREGON. ONE OF THE ACTIVITIES wAS A VARIETY SHOW, WHICH BECAME AN ANNUAL EVENT FOR THE CLASS OF '50. THOSE wHO ALSO EARNED THE NAME, 'THRIFTY JUNIORS,' WERE MARY LOU HILEMAN FROM LIVINGSTON, AND MONA WILSON wHO RETURN- ED T0 HARLEM AT CHRISTMAS. THE CLASS LOST FLORENCE RALPH AND TED PAZDERIC TO SHELBY. LLOYD LEWIS MOVED TO EUREKA AND JOANNE POLINKUS WAS MARRIED. THE CLASS OF '50 WAS VERY BUSY WITH THEIR VARIOUS ACTIVI- TIES. THE JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET wAS HELD IN LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA, ON APRIL 9, I949. THE JUNIOR PROM, WHICH THE JUNIORS CONSIDERED THE MOST BEAUTIFUL EVER PUT ON, WAS HELD ON APRIL 30, I949. FINALLY, THE CLASS OF '50 EARNED THE TITLE, NSOPHISTICATED SENIORS.n THE CLASS LOST MARY LOU HILEMAN TO GREAT FALLS: MAR- LENE LARSON TRANSFERRED TO SHELBY, AND HOwARD KIMMET LEFT SCHOOL. WITH MARGUERITE WOLANSKI AND JAMES MATSON FROM SWEET GRASS, KEITH ELDRIDGE FROM CHARLO, AND BARBARA ATKINSON, WHO IS FINISH- ING IN THREE YEARS, THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION REACHED TWENTY-SIX. SUNBURST HIGH SCHOOL, MAY THE CLASS OF I950 BE EVER WORTHY OF YOU. f A Nxfswf J J M J' M 6? JLINIGRS A14 N M. X X 7 K f f ,N .--4' ! 6 H fx., K fo M. 1 ,N Q4 h A fa Q 4 x- 'A 7 Il' f ' 1 5' ri, 6:f""" I !!. 1 u .... ..-.-af' 1 I, J ROSENE MOSS BILLY HOLMAN OWEN DORNBLASER I A fI . , ,QW I I: I ? .T -I L I 'E' in 4 was . , Q W I 32 A J llfx H 5 ,Q ANA e f lllI!gi? , I 4 .AI .k. wif f E25 xiwgn HiJAELgg5 U a - .f Jbwf - Tux: :i"' I I., I ff .Q N! I AQWDEHI H:'22eiIq I urge? ig, II I ,MMM NIKE BUCKLEY PHYLLIS NCINTYRE LEON NATZDORF DALE ERICKSON LOUISE SANDON ROBERT DUBE RICHARD JALLINGS BENJAMIN MCPHIE RAYNOND GALLUP JERRY KELLEHER BERNICE FIX FRANK CROCKFORD VIRGIL VICKHAMMER RAY LUCKENBILL KEITH MAXWELL BETTY JO LENMON HAZEL GALLUP BILLY BALDWIN HENRY SUTA ROBERT GALLUP TERRY O'BRIEN NAXINE SINNES JACK MCDERNOTT GALEN BYKONEN MW X V! SOPHOMORES WAYNE LINNELL GwEN RAMBO KONNY TRETTENBACH EVELYN CHASE JAMES BRUBAKER BERNICE ASHWORTH CURTIS COLEMAN JUDY SIMMES RONNIE BRADY NANCY DAVIS JIMMIE DELP FAYE EVANS HENRY SHERMAN SHEILA CANNON EUGENE Bolo Q 5? SR? Ei A. ADELINE GOTTFRIED GARY PHILLIPS KIM HAINES ,rf- -, I' . , sv 5 i IIII WTQ2 ,: My U9 W e fl 1, A 42 WI Qwgf ,M 5 M:QQQ3z V I fn J-I I fHwwe df? JIM FITZPATRICK SHIRLEY MASON JIM BOLTZ DARLENE ALBERTSON JOHN BYFIELD LAURETTA LUND RAYMOND NEWMILLER PHYLLIS CLARK IRLING SMITH DONALD TRAVIS CORA HANNON JIM PINKSTON -I! - V X "fu.uu.I R 1 f yxhns NVn.U,,Iuu.v.kuN 'f K. ,xlfmw ,df QS PRES HMEN JOEL FROST LEOTA HUDSON JOHNNY DOGGETT PHYLLIS CROCKFORD A M., A .ig If I X A I Q an J Rb 434 ' f Nan lv 4, wi' M A v,, x P Q' N: I 13? V wg I " I M AI A X A Im. I Af I swf ' E ef Q 'Q . x g 53 fr ,Sr 'U' I Q 4 ,I iii f W . 1 W W , my M5-5,:..,:.A ,, .hwzmwgr X' lqk 'L K' If I KVI HI' I na 53935 I J ,HQ Q lx H, M, .fy '4"'B' 5 , 'Q MARLENE FRISKE LARRY BRADY MARY Lou Bnoww TOMMY SMITH AUDREY JERNBERG JOHN CHRISTOPHERSON VIOLET SUTA LARS GALLUP PERRY LEE MARLENE MAXWELL DEAN LOVCHIK LAVELLE FIX KAY HOLTZ LOUIS SUTA SHIRLEY LEMMON BENNY SUTA Y . KENNETH MCKENZIE EVELYN MALBERG CLYDE LUCKENBILL E I "-' f T ix .QQ .,, " I fix' ., , I A Q 'Y' s ' L5 xg vu awww? I6 'K' Iv Q ,. 'M , ,QTY M21-U"" aig'iA? T714 tx A I Q I, , 2 4fn5v5'J . I, - 1 28 4' 'lf -' 'Q mf. imma, A,,'g,' 3 M '15 6 -.L A A "few Q 2,59 , .4 , ,wil ' Mmwmqj I ggi? I ff? ns, 35,1-Q... The XI ' .JEJLLQ VIOLET MCALPINE TAD MINNICK DENA MAE YARBROUGH 8 M E df EDGAR O'HAlRE THEODORA SIMMES WANDA MASON DALE BUTTS HELEN LEWIS JIM MCALPINE DORIS MAXWELL LEE KIMBALL BEVERLY STROM Q7 ELEMENTARY SEVENTH GRADE BACK Row: D. A. BILLEDEAUX, K. NELSON, F. GOTTFRIED, R. BVFIELD, S. ASHWORTH, B. MADDOCK, G. POLINKDS, C. SEDERHOLM. SECOND ROw:S. MATZDORF, S. HAGEN, B. STRANDVOLD, L. HANNON, E. MCINTYRE, L. MCLOUTH, B. YARDROUGH. THIRD Row: G. B. COOLIDGE, L. PRINDLE, E. BROWN, J. DOGGETT, R. MOINTYRE, M. GALLUP, P. LEE. EIGHTH GRADE BACK Row: M. T. HAINES, L. GORDER, F. ROBINSON, M. BVKONEN, J. EVANS, R. THOMPSON, B. HETRICK, B. HOLMAN, M. HIETPAS, G. ETHERIDGE. SECOND Row:H. PECK, L. ATKINSON, C. EVANS, D. SMUTH, B. ADAMS, M. JOLICAUER, B. TRAVIS, J. BUCKLEY, C. GALLUP, D. PARREN THIRD Row: V. Voss, D. TRUSWELL, M. MCALPINE, N. HAaNEs, A. BALD- WIN, L. TAFT, B. BUNTTS. FOURTH ROWZK. MALBERG, J. GANNON, E. ALTENBURG, N. MAXWELL, R. EVANS. BACK Row: IHIRD Row: SECOND ROw: FIRST Row: FIFTH GRADE A . ASCHIM, D. HANNON, L. GREER, M. DOGOETT, E. GOTTERIED, . STENE, J. SEDERHOLM. . DowEN, R. MOALRINE, A. COOK, D. CREER, R. wARTOHOw, . DOROAS, P. SANDON. . ASCHIM, S. OLSEN, S. OLSEN, K. KIETPAS, V. MADDOCK, . ATKINSON, L. PRINDLE. . EVANS, S. STROM, E. ELIASON, L. ASCHIM. BACK ROW! SIXTH GRADE J. LEARY, P. VOSS, M. LEMMON, V. TAFT, M. GALLUP, V. LINDE- BERG. THIRD Row: M H SECOND ROw:M R FIRST Row: J GALLUP, H. HARVEY, E. KINCAID, P. O'SHEA, M. HEITPAS, STENE, C. BIEROHEID. BEEOHER, C. ATKINSON, B. THOMPSON, M. RICHMOND, R. ADAMS, LINNELL, T. MALSERG. SADLIER, A. MCALPINE, B. FITZPATRICK, G. ASCHIM, J. MAXWELL. THIRD GRADE SACK Row: J. HOLMAN, M. GALLDP, P. LEARY, C. KINCAID, B. TAFT, H. SIMMES, M. ERICKSON, S. NELSON. SECOND ROw:P. THOMPSON, A. ALME, G. MAXWELL, MRS. KELSON, G. ECKELBERRY, D. BEUNER, V. PECK, H. WOOD. FIRST Row: B. ATKINSON, D. RICHMOND, E. GOTTERIED, D. MCALPINE, G. GRAY, S. COOLIDGE, P. ASOHIM, D. ALTENBURG, P. Mc COLLEY. FDURTH GRADE BACK Row: H. MCCOLLEY, D. STENE, V. DMITH, A. BROWN, C. IRGENS, J. YARDOUGH, M. POLINKUS, J. ETHRIDGE, MRS. MONSON. SECOND ROw:E. MCINTVRE, J. SADLIEQ, C. SANDON, C. WHITE, D. ECKELBERRY, C. KYTE, S. SPRINGER. FIRST Row: E. TAFT, E. VASDOE, L. BIEHSCHIED, A. BYKONEN, A. FITZ PATRICK, C. DOGGETT, L. LINNELL. BACK Row: THIRD Row: SECOND Row FIRST Row: FIRST GRADE E. DEATON, E, MOORE, S. HALLOWAY, D. HOLMAN, K. ASCHIM, C. KYTE, M. NCCOLLEY, MISS UAKER. J. SIMMES, K. MONTGOMERY, D. KINCAID, J. POLINKUS, M. SANDON, S. ATKINSON, P. SHURE. J. YARBROUGH, M. CAMERON, S. DAVIS, D. IRGENS, S. STEIN, R. MCALPINE, D. IRGENS. T. WING. D. HAGEN. J. NORDIEN, M. ALME, G. PRITCHARD BACK ROW! SECOND GRADE MISS NOSTDAHL, E. EGGERS, S. CLARK, C. MAURITSEN, B. MONTGOMERY, B. ASCHIM, D. PETERSON, K. MAxwELL, L. STENE. SECOND ROw:L. FAUQUE, K. ASHWORTH, L. GREER, E. SIMMES, B. MOSS, THIRD Row: E. J. LINDEDURO, J. WHITE, G. NORDEEN. I. HAWKES, M. BEECHER, D. NEwMILLER, K. VASDOE, M. NEVIN, J. GRAY, D. DEAN, D. COOEIDGE. I Q67 ACTIVITIES A W, ., ., ,Q 5.-a: .V . ,gr 5. 4f5wwww zf iw ww ,mx-1,2 f 'C X- Mwf' my .f Q ,?. ' - 5 fp. ,.,, Y .....V 13, , 1 .1 A 5 5 1. f V 1 .f' X 3 hs..-T 4 ! 'Ultra Qi M' x 3, s W, Q Q Q ww E 7 s 5: than i f nan.. - - inns x , Q it 4 1 an-. nu... 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Www Om. ix f ,,.5,g44::, I I ' ,wg I Q ,, ,QL r Y , 3 A M. TEAM? 4 H W , R .. Eff A Aiw ,, 'gf I I Q A '.t gf le I MR. MAURITSEN VIOLET SUTA KEITH MAXWELL KENNETH MALBERG VERLA TAFT BILLY HOLMAN JUDITH SIMMES HERBERT PEOK LAORETTA LUND EDDIE ALTENBERG EUGENE BOID MARLENE MAXWELL NAN HAINES KENNY NELSON ANTOINETTE JANKOWS PHYLLIS MCINTYRE ARLENE BALDWIN SHIRLEY HAGEN BEVERLY STRANOWOLO MARY LOU BROWN VERA V055 LORETTA TAFT BEVERLY THOMPSON TOMMY SMITH HARRY HARVEY K BAD Wy. 'W A . T. ,.s1 ,QM S X K 1 . A ,. X. Q I I . if .OS E ,,,,. A I , H- If 3 ' 4 IP f , 3' iv 'K s 4 I SV 'ii ,V .aa A ' xy P I I X 1, " Y if wf P? E6 1. 4 X Qs 'Y Ie 8 ll 5 'x in ' R if L1 4' . 5 Ib- gr I - I S I 'ITS ' K 11555 , A I ,xx ,.,. , Am A . -k I N J DY 'N I ,Q f fc X 2 A ' S A 0 J on if W. 0 ' If ,Q ,O v MQW H QQ? 'Ih'E gym :": QQ 5" 1' I 5' IV HAROLD SMITH JEANETTE LUND LEE ASHWORTH SHERRELL ASHWORTH CATHERINE GOTTFRIEO TERRY O'BRIEN ADELINE GOTTFRIED RONNIE BRADY DOLORIS JOHNSON EARL BROWN PHYLLIS CROCKEORO BILLY BALDWIN WAYNE LINNELL SCOTTY THOMPSON CHARLES TAFT G. B. COOLIDGE f JAMES BRUBAKER JOHN BYFIELD KIM HAINES BILLY HETRICK LARS G!-XLLUP BERNICE ASHWOFZTH BOB BYFIELD Jl.MMY DELP FRANCIS GOTTERIED DONALD PARRENT NANCY GANNON BETTY JO LEMMON CHARLES SEDERHOLM WAYNE DORCAS SHIRLEY LEMVION DENA YARBROUGH E I I N 3 ' Q HH 3 J' 'FN ,I,: Qv if? ir? 5 ' Iii xqj QQQI ' AH! Ag gin ,II ' L X ' wh. T 'Til ,.I fl YI 5 I, 9 ,-,' I L I I if T 5 in I Q 9 .. Qlii T QRS A 'HV 9 I 'P AISH' vlubsmvuti - f s ,mf In fig. - . Q. In x F'Y'Gl ' M4339 xf- I Lp XI VX .A I ' Vg Ip. ii" K A if ' S M w"'LfLl1..' L 'K 1 - F N N K ff ,LZ-i f 53, LET L ,, f' g E -1' A, Tu-m. , isx, 1, --'Xi j -- qt fx , -be 1 , , Q, v , 'vm Q ,,, 4 ' 'L " - I. 6 f SPGRTS ,f -2 1 ., . ziigy' 6 3 m . L' 3 Lf f 1 Q: 1 , if .,'. lb 5 4 f. x x y Q, D i xg 'ifgwamill M X mx ,K ,. ,.,.ww?H1, Q fsf Q .ni A . .wx 5 W K? Q W l Q5 ? ff "': Q ' f .,.. r 1, f Li g sm ' i THE SUNBURST FOOTBALL TEAM STARTED OUT THE SEASON WITH A BANG, WINNING THREE AND LOSING ONE. BUT THEY LOST THE LAST TWO GAMES OF THE SEASON, BRINGING THEIR AVERAGE TO THREE WINS AND THREE LOSES. ON OCTOBER 6 THE SUNBURST TEAM, WHICH HAD CHANGED FROM SIX-MAN TEAM TO AN ELEVEN-MAN TEAM, DEFEATED THE SHELBY RESERV S I9 TO 0. ROY GALLUP, A SENIOR, WAS ELECTED CARTA SUNBURST SUNBURST SUNDURST SUNBURST SUNBURST HARLEM -------- O BROWNING- BIG SANDY VALIER--- OILMONT-- ---- I4 -----S ---- 33 ---- I9 IN. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN YEARS THE SUNBURST TRACK TEAM HAD TRIANGLE MEETS WITH SHELBY AND CONRAD. WHILE SUNBURST DID NOT WIN ANY OF THE MEETS, THE BOYS STEADILY IMPROVED THROUGHOUT T TRACK SEASON. SIXTEEN BOYS TOOK PART IN THE TRACK MEETS, B THREE BOYS ONLY WERE ABLE TO GET THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF POIN FOR TRACK LETTERS. THESE WERE! GARY PHILLIPS, FRANK PHILLI AND HAROLD SMITH. GARY PHILLIPS, A FRESHMAN, WAS ELECTED CAPTA N OF THE TEAM. 5 Wx 'H YH' S A Q' -3 ,'x5 .4 J ". 3 , f T Nr' ' F ' 'F 'Qt . ai SUNSURST US. CASCADE Mash! K 1' if lg af if X x,u3 ll SUNSURST VS. VA IER fx Q Yi? K A E is 53 3? ir ff' N ik, M- Q ,gg , ik? 3. ,W 231, Af 1 M " P172 x Q vw 1 . .,, ., f , A 5 2 Q, 9 1 1 ' V S A ? Us vm ffamwqvf BASKETBALL ON A WHOLE, THE VARSITY SQUAD UNDER COACH EDWARDS HAD A vERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON. THIS YEAR, SUNBURST PLAYED IN THE CLASS 'C' LEAGUE, BUT THEY PLAYED ALL OF THE TEAMS THAT WERE IN THE OLD DISTRICT. THE TEAM PLAYED SHELBY, CONRAD, CHINOOK, FLORENCE'CARL- TON, CUT BANK, AND CASCADE. THE TEAM BEAT CUT BANK FDR THE FIRST TIME IN SEVEN YEARS, BUT THEY LOST TO CHINooK. IN OUR OWN DISTRICT, THE BOYS LoST TWO GAMES TO VALIER AND ONE GAME TO OILMONT. FIVE TEAMS PARTICIPATED IN THE DISTRICT I2 TOURNAMENT AT BROWN- ING ON MARCH 2-4. SUNBURST PLAYED OILMONT ON THURSDAY NIGHT, BEAT- ING THEM 52-47. SUNBURST DREW A BY FOR FRIDAY NIGHT AND PLAYED VALIER IN THE FINAL GAME. IT WAS A HARD FOUGHT GAME. FROM THE START IT WAS A GAME IN WHICH THE TEAM, WHICH HAPPENED TO BE AHEAD WHEN THE FINAL BUZZER RANG, WON. VALIER WAS VICTORIOUS WITH A SCORE OF 38-37. SUNBURST PLACED SECOND. SUNBURST ----------------------- ----- vFw SUNBURST -------------------------- SHELBY SUNBURST -------------------------- CONRAD SUNBURST ------------------------ CUT BANK SUNBURST -------------------------- VALIER SUNBURST --------------------------- BRADY SUNBURST --------------- FLORENCE- CARLTON SUNBURST ----------------------- -CHINOOK SUNBURST ------------------------ CUT BANK SUNBURST ------------------------ BROWNING SUNBURST - ------------------------ OILMONT SUNBURST ------------------------- CASCADE SUNBURST ------------------------- OILMONT SUNBURST --------------------------- BRADY SUNBURST ------------------------- CASCADE SUNBURST -------------------------- VALIER SUNBURST ------- ---- ------- - ----- BROWNING SUNBURST -------------------------- CONRAD SUNBURST ------ - ------------------- SHELBY ISTRICT I2 TOURNAMENT SUNBURST ------------------------ OILMONT- SUNBURST -------------------------- VALIER "B" SQUAD SUNBURST ------------------------- CHINOOK SUNBURST ------------------------ CUT BANK SUNBURST ------------------------- CASCADE SUNBURST -------------------------- VALIER SUNBURST ------------------------ BROWNING SUNBURST --SHELBY K. VLI. K. kriv viii. ,, SI, . A f.. , I -fff MIME FF' 55 + W 'K N I 'P' I f W, M s . 7 QL if I GIRLS' PHYSICHL EDUCRTIOL A I IW IH rg . ,FE 'yywmgw N- F X 3 f I ha v "5Q BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL IOR HIGH BASKETBA ,, ...J if .W 'G 'W it as wg f E an i iw!" :P 5 E M 15 fff' i. 55 'fgq jf J 5 Q Q5 W .. YH . i Er , . af: QW g , , fs... 1 1 W Q gr E gy 5 9 M3 W. Kam. Q 1 A we AO 4? s W. ORG!-lN1ZflT1ONS 5 2 if QQ 2 5 yy Y if 2 1' n V 7' 7 . I 5' Q, Ne 'W n Z' -C i S X i ii? iitvnx s s 1. I Y ,,.f"""""""'- "'-N. STUDENT COUNCIL HAROLD SMITH ADELINE GOTTFRIED ROBERT GALLUP JAMES BRUBAKER LARS GALLUP PRESIDE VICE PR NT-SR. REP. ------- HAROLD SMITH ES. -JR. REP. ----- ROBERT GALLUP SOPHOMORE REP. --------- JAMES BRUBAKER CLERK ----LARS GALLUP ADELINE GOTTFRIED f T ,nv- ff I 4,-'ruDENT couNc.u, FRESHMAN REP. --------- SPONSOR ----------------- Mass ANDERSON . Y ,SRD G TROV NNUAL EDITOR H. SMITH W , ASSOCIATE EDITORS STAFF '.ff5? 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