Northwest Christian High School - Crusader Yearbook (Spokane, WA)
- Class of 1957
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NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS
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We lovingly dedicate the i957
Crusader to Mrs. Shrock. We love her
for her fairness, her sincere interest in
our progress, and her roguish wink that
tells us she has a sense of humor, too.
To her goes our deepest gratitude for the
time and effort she has so generously
spent in helping us as well as our respect
due to a wonderful Christian teacher.
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Rev. Orrin W. Johnson our Administrative
Director comes to his task with a wealth of
pastoral experience which eminently fits him
for his position. ln addition to the multiplied
duties from an administrative standpoint,
Brother Johnson is concerned with the ever
enlarging phase of contacts and publicity for
our School in this great Inland Empire. ln
addition to his personal contacts with business
men, executives, farmers, etc. God has
allowed him with the Choirs and musical en-
sembles to bring the School 's testimony before
many congregations. The Lord has signally
honored his ministry this past School year, and
he will be daily remembered before the Throne
of Grace by a grateful constituency.
Dr. Walter Bridge
Board of Trustees
Rev. Johnson, Administrative Director
NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS provides a place of academic training in a
Christian atmosphere, where "The Bible is the Heart of Education ."
lt is our purpose along with other Christian influences in their lives, to establish
young people in their Christian Faith. Establishing youth in this Christian experience
enables them to be of greater service in their own church, home, and other activities
in the community that need strong Christian influences.
We feel this is God's plan to raise up academically and spiritually strong young
men and women to meet the growing need for Christian leadership in these crisis days.
"lf we work upon marble, "said Daniel Webster, "it will perish, if we work upon
brass, time will efface it, if we rear temples, they will crumble into the dust, but if
we work upon immortal minds, if we imbue them with principles, with the iust fear of
God and love for our fellow men, we engrave on those tablets something which will
brighten to all eternity."
Rev. Orrin W. Johnson
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Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees shall consist of thirteen members elected by the members entitled to
vote at the annual meeting. One-third of the Trustees shall be elected annually for a term of
three years, all trustees are to serve until their successors are elected and qualified.
Not more than two members from one church denomination or more than one member from
one church congregation shall serve on the board at the same time.
The Trustees must without mental reservation endorse and sign the Articles of Faith, and
the Covenant, at the first meeting of the Board following each annual election.
The Board of Trustees shall make rules and
regulations not inconsistent with the laws of
the State of Washington, or the Articles of
Incorporation and the Constitution and By-
Laws for guidance of the officers and the
management of the affairs of the Corporation
Officers of the Board:
President W. Bridge
Vice-President R. Gibbs
Secretary H. Daniels
Treasurer A. Crabb
R. Gibbs, Chairman
L. Cobbett, Chairman
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R. Stern, Chairman
Also on board:
Dr. Walter Bridge
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"And he showed me cz pure river of water
of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of
the throne of God and of the Lambf'
God has placed a burden upon the hearts of us at North-
west Christian to provide a place where Christian young
people can increase in knowledge and grow in favor
with men and God. We believe that no true education
is possible without God. We also affirm that no
subiect matter is taught that does not deal with some
phase of creation, therefore, it can not be rightly
taught unless glory is given the Creator, and this
can only be done by born again, dedicated
Our hearts desire for every student is that he shall
find God's will for his life and then live in the
center of that will, Fully surrendered and
dedicated so that when he has left our school
and God calls him he can say, "Here am I
Lord, send me."
Mr . Myron Blackwell
Mr. Blackwell, Principal
Mr. Myron Blackwell was born and raised on a small farm near Alexandria, Minnesota.
His high school education was interrupted by illness. After a move to Lebanon, Oregon with his
family, his health improved enough to complete his high school education .
Upon graduation from high school, he entered the University of Oregon intent upon a
medical training. He became a Christian dur-ing his first year in the university. To obtain
sufficient funds for completing his medical training, he began teaching school.
Mr. Blackwell became superintendent and music supervisor of schools in Crestville,
Oregon. Later in Halfway, Oregon he organized a band which placed first in the state and
second high nationally. The year following he took the position of instrumental instructor
in the Cottage Grove, Oregon schools, which was succeeded by a coaching job at Elmira,
Mr. Blackwell felt the call of God into Christian Education. In i955 he accepted a position
with Christian Academy in Salem, Oregon. Then in 1956 the Lord opened the way for his
present position of Principal of the Northwest Christian Schools.
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SENIQR CLASS HISTORY
lt was a bright day in l953 that we, a group of livewire Freshmen, entered North-
west Christian High School. Some of us were a little skeptical'those first few days, but
we soon forgot ourselves in the fun and excitement of high school. Our proiect was to
paint the west side of the school building. One of the terrific socials we had was taking
a bike hike with Bowdeys to Whitworth for a hamburger fry.
The nextyear we came roaring back as Sophomores. We sold rice crispy squares and
stationery to raise money for our class. One evening we gathered at the Belden 's home
for a taffy pull, which resulted in a lot of fun and fellowship despite the fact that the taffy
sugared and turned greenl
ln the fall of T955 we felt quite elated at the thought of being upperclassmen. Among
our projects and socials for that year were hamburger sales fsteaks that didn't pass their
physicali, Junior Talent Night and the Leap Year Valentine Banquet. Oh yes, we musn't
forget the beautiful Junior-Senior Banquet for which we all worked so hard. Two of our
classmates, Dennice Olson and Laura Bell, were elected to hold the student body offices
of corresponding secretary and treasurer respectively.
And now at last we are Seniors! When we entered as Frosh we thought we'd never see
the big day, but now as we look back, the years seem to have fairly flown. At times we
are a little sad as we think of graduation and leaving our beloved school.
The five Student Body officers are all members of the Senior Class this year. Dennice
Olson, President, Larry Christian, Vice President, Marlene Decker, Recording Secretary,
Mary Faith Hallman, Corresponding Secretary, and Jonna Beth Christman, Treasurer.
Truly it has been wonderful to have had the privilege of attending Northwest Christian
Schools. We have had many exciting and long to be remembered experiences. Now in
T957 we leave the halls of Northwest and say "goodbye" to our high school days.
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We the I957 Senior Class of Northwest Christian High School, being of un-sound mind
and weak body, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament.
ARTIC LE I
First, we, the Senior Class leave this advice from our advisor to the entire student body,
"Do all things without murmurings and disputings." Philippians 2:14.
I, LAURA BELL, will to Betty Parr my quiet studious ways. May she withstand the strain.
I, CAROL BOCK, will my ability to shift gears like a mule to Barbara Kennedy who is
iust learning to drive. Whoa there Barb!
I, MARIE BRANDA, mournfully leave my love of work to Norma Jean Ceaser. Don't
I, RUTH CAMPBELL,wiIl my freckle cream called "Specks Spontaneous Spot Remover"
falso good for sunburnl to Cammy Cunningham.
I, LARRY CHRISTIAN, bequeath my flat top to Ken Nelson to go with his locks so that
between us we might have a decent toupee.
b kl, JONNA BETH CHRISTMAN, will my ability to carry a tune to anyone who has a
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I, MARLENE DECKER, will m height to Bill Harness in the hopes that it will bring him
down to earth. Happy shrinking Bill!
I, STAN DIETERICH, will my initiative to Ieadthe morning prayer meetings to each
and every Junior. May God Bless you.
I, MARY FAITH HALLMAN, will my "eyebaII goggles" to Alvin Akers so he can see the
Cadillacs before he hits them .
I, CLIFF HAYDON, will to Carol Drury my ability to be undercover man lwoman in
your casel. Hope you get more sleep than I did. 1
I, RAMONA JOHNSON, will my collection of powder puffs to be used at 70 minute
intervals to anyone who has a shiny nose.
I, MARILYN LANEY, will to Ken Haskell my daily bottle of milk and all my old candy
bar wrappers. Don't get too chubby, now!
I, MARCIA MARVIN, will my annual receipts to Alvin Akers. You can be thankful it
isn't the bill.
I, GARY MATHERS, will my old "buggy" to Dave Buckley, to use when he wants to take
his baby out.
I, DENNICE OLSON, will my knowledge of "putts" to my buddy, Karen Caves to use
to hook some unsuspecting guy with the same interests.
I, DIANA PETERSON, will my "Sampson characteristics" lun-cut hairl to Jean Scorah
who frequently gets scissors happy.
I, JOYCE PHINNEY, leave to David Barr my position as newspaper editor with the hope
that yougcan getgout a monthly edition.
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I, SHERYL ROSSWORN, will to lnez Miller my ability to get to school one minute after
the bell rings.
I, FRANCES RYAN, will m latitude to Bill Harness to go with his longitude.
I, PAT SEEFELDT, foolishlybequeath my foolishness to Ken Haskell to use foolishly.
I, REVA DEHLBCM, will the hair I don t have to Betty Parr who seems to be doing a
great deal with hers.
l, JAN TRULL, will my acting ability to Ruth Phinney. Comes in handy when you need
to look innocent, kidl
I, NORMAN WINTERS, will my tendency to side track the teachers lin the classes I
haven't studied forl to Pauline Miller.
We, the Senior members of Mr. Belles shorthand class will him our books to teach to
his next class in Greek.
To Mrs. Belles we will a do-it-yourself Barber Kit with a special bonus--crew-cut clip-
P To Mr. Campbell we leave the souped up motors of our rods to use for a fast get away
To Mr. Carr we bequeath a crutch with a speedometer on it: especially designed for the
To Mr. Endsley we will a dozen cookies to go with his cute little cookie duster.
We, the victims of Dean Kincaid's music appreciation class, will him an automatic "arm
swinger" to use when trying to teach people like Larry Christian how to beat music.
To Mrs. Shrock, our patient Journalism teacher, we will our typing ribbons to wear in
her pretty grey hair.
To Mr. Snyder we will our old assignment papers that never got turned in. We heard he
has a desperate need for some wall paper.
To Mr. Blackwell we leave a few "Band-aids" to distribute among his budding music--
To Mr. Johnson we will some Alka-seltzer for his headaches over school problems. Listen
to it Fizz. fThe Alka-seltzer we meanll
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TELEPHONE CONVERSATION - I999
Hi Mabel. . . How are you?. . . I've only got a minute, I left the water running in the bath-
tub. I wanted to tell you about my trip, because I met a lot of the l957 graduates of Northwest
Christian High. . .you know the school I went to.
The stewardess on my rocket ship was Marie Branda. She's got herself a good iobp she can
tell everybody where to get off.
They let me see the control room of the ship and visit the pilot Mary Faith Hallman. . .I
used to see her around school with Flash Gordon comic books, but I never thought it would
come to thisl
You know, Mabel, when I was going through customs. . .huh? Oh, sure l'll wait a
minute. . . Hello? Yeah, did they bum?. . .Oh, good. Well, as I said, I was going through
customs, and I know the official there, Carol Bock. It was so thrilling, you see they were after
some jewel smugglers and she said she'd worked herself crazy trying to find the loot. Poor
Carol, still looking for a diamond.
My hotel was so nice. . . No, it wasn't too expensive. Marilyn Laney and Pat Seefeldt were
bellhops. . .they said they felt right at home among the old bags.
Did you see last night's paper?. . .Yes, "MATHERS' EXPEDITION REACHES JUPITER. "
Professor Gary Mathers has come a long way since high school. Besides reaching Jupiter, he is
also the proud father of triplets. . .isn't that sweet? . . .And I see where Ramona Johnson is the
new Miss Universe. .Yes, she was Miss Mars.
I saw a lovely travel poster recently with "Visit Exotic Hawaii" on it. Boyl Palm trees,
waves, native girls with grass skirts, leis. . .and one of them was wearing a sailor hat. . .it was
Marcia Marvin, oh wait. .Marcia. .Marcia. .what's the name of that guy she married? Oh well.
While I was gone I had my hair done at "Coiffures by Vincent. . " the famous salon, and
Vincent Sterritt, the great hair dresser did my hairl I was so honored!
They caught that space pirate, "Long John Olson." Oh, the Space Patrol always wins
out. They've been hunting her for years. I was always afraid Dennice would come to a bad end.
I visited the Mar's branch of John Hopkins University. Laura Bell is the president there. . .
Isn't she a brain, though?
Norman Winters won the Indianapolis Speedway race. Of course, he's had lots of practice.
I heard that he sped through the Milky Way and left a trail of cottage cheese. Yes. . .
Larry Christian has a church now on Satum. He wears long robes and high collars, but
someone ought to talk to him about his crew cut and sneakers. . .it ruins the whole impression.
I heard Ruth Campbell is a hermit on Pluto. Loved and lost, I guess.
It was good to get home to our great country, though. President, Jan Trull, and Vice
President, Reva Dehlbom have worked wonders!
Mabel, you'll never guess what I saw in town yesterday. . .I thought at first it was a
parade, but it was Sheryl Rosswom and her I5 kids. She has 'em march in military formation
and yells when to turn.
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I went to see "The Great Haydon, " Monday. He's another Houdini! Cliff's manager is
Mrs. Shrock. That woman has nerves of steel--but then she'd need them to manage Cliff!
I took my neighbor's little boys to see Santa. You'll never guess who Santa was! . . . Ha,
ha, you heard?. . .isn't he a scream with those pillows in front? Oh, that Stan Dieterich was
always such a card!
At the circus last summer I saw Francis Ryan's animal act. Clyde Beatty was so iealous he
shot himself! . . .and say, as I was leaving the circus grounds, I met Joyce Phinney. She's in-
vented a soap with the new miracle ingredient, "Dirt. " lt's for clean people who have nothing
to do on Saturday nights.
Marlene Decker's a big star now! She's on the Edgar Bergen show since the termites got
I got some lovely Christmas cards--originals by the famous Grandma Peterson! . . .Diana,
you know?. . .I used to know her!
Did you hear about Jack Talbott?. . . lsn't it awful? Yes, you see he's lost weight since
he became a disk iockey, and as he was putting on a long-playing record, he fell in one of
the grooves and almost starved to death before he could get out! . . .Yes, awful!
Jonna Beth Christman. . .now there's another sad case. She's been locked in her room for
years, still writing letters to "THE BIG PAYOFF". . .Yes, l'd think she'd give up too! Then too
you know how she's been since Dean Kincaids' untimely accident. One day at her piano lesson
while she was playing the "Warsaw Concerto, " Dean tripped and fell across the keyboard,and
before he could get up, she beat him half to death.
The other teachers are in the Old Folks Home on Mercury. The sunshine does wonders for
theml Oh I went down to visit them, dear. . .
Poor Mr. Blackwell has gone completely out of his. . .I mean, oh, he's a sad case. He
sits all day and writes passes, even when no one's around.
Mr. Snyder. . .now there's a man. After he retired, he became a big game hunter. I
noticed the trophy over his fireplace was wearing a bow tie. . .Then I learned the sad fate of
his hunting companion. It seems Mr. Snyder shot him mistaking him for an elephant, but he
went ahead and had the head mounted anyway. You've got to make the best of it:
Mrs. Belles was a filing clerk for a large finn until they put her in the "A" section and
she had a nervous breakdown, you know how she is about A's.
Mr. Endsley is still writing his book. I asked him if he liked it there, and he said, "You
bet your life! " He seems to think he's. . . oh well, he always did look something like him. .
I saw a little old man in a propellor beanie dribbling a basketball and riding a pogo
stick. They said it was Mr. Carr. . .Just nervous energy, I guess.
Mr. Campbell has kept up on his geometry. When I saw him, he was trisecting angles
with his compass. . .What do you mean, impossible?. . .but dear, I saw him. . .WeII, he said
he was trisecting angles. You don't think. . . ?
Mr. Belles has taken up horseback riding. He loves to jump hurdles. Of course, he's
still the gentleman he always was. . .yes, he let's the horse go over first.
Heyl The water's still running in the bathtub! . . .Yes, Honey! Bye now!
Sponsored by Norman H. Huff
"Be ye stedfast, unrnoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord."
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Lunde, Ruth Phinney, Marcia Marvin, Janet Babcock, Kay Shrock, Marlene Decker, Inez Miller,
Carol Wilson, Sharri Simmons, Colleen Caldwell, Sally Williams, Karen Caves, Barbara Taft,
Marilyn Laney, Jonna Beth Christman, Accompanist. ,SECOND ROWQ Harlyn Harris, Bob Haskell,
Marion Hoff, Bonnie Crabb, Doris Wendt, Pat Seefeldt, Leslie Martin, Mary Bridge, Lucie Riste,
Karen Groff, Gloria Mallicoat, Allison Stark, Marie Branda, David Barr, Betty Parr, David Goerz,
Rafie Payne. THIRD ROW: Lindarae Caldwell, Thelma Ruehlin, Norma Jean Ceaser, Donna Perry
Paul Stark Gail Bock, Ken Haskel, Ken Nelson, Barbara Kennedy, Kathy Findlay, Lynette Scholl,
Arleeta Heming, Susan Aschliman, Mary Ann Rhoads. FOURTH ROW: Frances Ryan,Carol Bock,
Elaine Perry, Don Stern, Clayton Shrock, Glen Talbott, Cliff Haydon, Jack Talbott, Bill Hamess,
Dave Buckley, Bob Blackwell, Larry Christian, Inez Haskel, Joyce Phinney, Marilyn Daniels.
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Ken Nelson, Kathy Findlay, Allison Stark, Carol Jean Wilson, Betty Parr, Marlene Decker, Ionna
Beth Christman, Accompanist. SECOND ROW: Kathy Bordwell, Karen Caves, Mary Bridge Ken
Haskell, Don Stern, Barbara Kennedy, Inez Haskell, Lindarae Caldwell, Marilyn Daniels. THIRD
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SEATED: Barbara Kennedy, Alvin Akers, Carol Bock, Kathleen Bordwell, Linda Culbertson, Elaine
Perry, Lucie Riste, Mary Ann Rhoads, Douglas Anderson, Karen Caves, Rafie Payne, Bill Batterman,
Bill Harness, Rob Larson, Ken Nelson, Stan Dieterich, Don Stern, Dave Goerz, Harold Thomas.
Standing: Mr. Blackwell, Director.
The i956-T957 band, under the direction of Mr. Myron Blackwell began with twelve
regular members. At mid-year several students, including those who had received beginners
training during the first semester, joined to make a twenty-five piece ensemble. Their newly
organized pep band added greatly to the enthusiasm displayed in pep cons and at games.
This was also the first year for our school to be officially recognized in the orchestral divi-
sion of the NWFCS Musicale held in Seattle. Mr. Blackwell was chosen to direct the massed
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"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart: and lean not unto
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Athletics play an important role in the curriculum of Northwest Christian high school.
For in a true Christian atmosphere Christ can be elevated and represented on the athletic
field as well as in any other phase of life. For here a boy learns about life itself---hard
work, disappointment, cooperation, determination, and sportsmanship. Above all he must
learn how to represent our Lord, on and off the athletic field. He must also learn to live
his testimony as well as speak it.
This past year at Northwest Christian, big steps have been taken to improve our athletic
program. Tackle football was initiated in the fall, and Northwest Christian 's first high
school football game was played at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Next was the basketball season with a full schedule of thirty games. Though we did not
fair too well in the win column this year we are looking forward to next season when, with
valuable experience we should show great improvement.
In the spring track records were set for the first time, and baseball and golf were initi-
ated. Slowly yet steadily our program is progressing.
ln'summing up my own attitude and that of the players this past year, I think two scrip-
ture verses are quite appropriate: Joshua l:9 and Phillipians 4:13.
Mr. Russell Carr
Our coach, Mr. Carr has helped us tremendously this year, and we can thank the Lord
for sending him to us. Under his guidance our sports program has been exceptionally great.
lt's been a year of beginnings for Northwest Christian.
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FIRST ROW: Harlin Harris, Marcia Marvin, Marilyn Daniels, Marlene Decker, Bob Haskell, SECOND ROW:
Glen Talbott, Ken Nelson, Ionna Beth Christman, Jack Talbott, Mary Faith Hallman, Dennice Olson, Bob
Larson. THIRD ROW: Mr. Endsley, advisor, Larry Christian, Clayton Shrock, Bob Blackwell, Gary Mathers,
Carol Wilson, Stan Dieterich, Don Stern, Dave Thomas, Marilyn Laney, Joyce Phinney, Eleanor Pashtat,
Rafie Payne. FOURTH ROW: Marie Branda, Laura Bell, Gloria Mallicoat, Linda Culbertson, Carol Bock,
Cliff Haydon, Vince Sterritt, Lynette Scholl, Lucie Riste, Karen Caves, Carol Drury, Sylvia Shaw, Ruth
Campbell, Inez Miller. FIFTH ROW: Allison Stark, Thelma Ruehlin, Ruth Phinney, Ramona Johnson, Diana
Peterson, Frances Ryan, Barbara Kennedy, Elaine Perry, Inez Haskell, Mary Bridge, Jan Trull, Sheryl Rossworn
Marianne Lanphear, Kathleen Bordwell, Doris Wendt, Betty Parr, OFFICERS: Iack Talbott, President: Ionna
Beth Christnian, Vice President: Sheryl Rossworn, Secretary-Treasurer: Larry Christian, Inter-Club Council
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
You will enjoy a visit to our new Christian Youth Center at
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FIRST ROW: Marlene Decker, Marilyn Daniels, Marcia Marvin,
Barbara Kennedy, Karen Caves, Kathy Findlay, Dennice Olson,
Ionna Beth Christman. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Rhoads,
Bonnie Crabb, Mary Bridge, Linda Culbertson, Linda Rae Cald-
well, Gloria Mallicoat, Carol Drury, Janet Babcock, Betty Parr,
THIRD ROW: Ruth Campbell, Kathleen Bordwell, Carol Bock,
Sheryl Rossworn, Jan Trull, Ramona Johnson, Joyce Phinney, Iean
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FA. 5-9739
"You are always welcome at First Assembly"
A church filled with young people,
Wallace S. Bragg, pastor
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. 212 Lincoln
Dr. Walter Bridge, Pastor - Alvin H. Jones, Dir. of Christian Education
Bible School 9:30 a. m. - Worship II:OO a. m, 7:30 p. m. - Training Unions 6:15 p. m.
The Christmas story in scripture, song, and drama was
presented by Northwest Christian Schools December 20
at Lidgerwood Evangelical United Brethren church.
Grade school pupils presented the familiar Christmas
story in scripture and song, and high school students
presented musical numbers and a one act play by Dr.
Bob Jones Jr., President of Bob Jones University.
VIOLA STEWART 85 INNKEEPER ........ ........ I an Trull
DOCTOR FREDERICK Ka WISEMAN . .. .... Vince Sterritt
JERRY 81 SHEPHERD ..... ................... .... C l iff Haydon
DIRECTOR . . . . .... Mrs. Audrey Belles
LIGHTS . .... . . ....... Dave Buckley
PROPERTIES . . . . ....... Joyce Phinney
MAKE -UP ..... .. . Cammy Cunningham
COSTUMES. . . . .. . . .Kathy Bordwell
MUSIC .......,...... . .. Mr. Kenneth Belles
SUPPORTING CAST ..... .... M r. Loren Endsley
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Editor .......... ... Joyce Phinney
Assistant Editor . . . . . . . . Dennice Olson
SEATED: Marlene Decker, Dennice Olson, Mrs,
Shrock, advisor, Ramona Johnson, chief typist,
Diana Peterson, art editor, STANDING: Marie
Branda, Ruth Campbell, Carol Bock, Mary Faith
Hallman, Laura Bell, Stan Dieterich.
SENIOR HIGH YOUNG PEOPLE OF HILLYARD BAPTIST CHURCH
Be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasrnuch as ye know that your labour
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The Annual Staff has tried to present a
pictorial record of this school year, stressing
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Another school year has
come to a close and another
Senior class has left Northwest
Christian Schools. The annual
staff of 1957 has prepared this
annual so that we might long
remember this year.
As editor, I would like to
thank everyone who has assisted
in its publication, especially
the following: Dale Quincy,
Myers Yearbooks representative,
who helped us with our problems
of getting started and answered
our many questions during the
year: Mrs. Shrock, our advisor,
opened her home, kitchen and
all, to us and worked as much
as any of the students: Mr. Carr,
the school coach, aided in ar- T
ranging the sports section: Mrs.
Belles, our art director, worked
with our art editor to make pos- C N
sible the beautiful cover and I
title pages: and Jonna Beth
Christman, assistant editor,
gave every spare minute she had to work on our annual.
I should like to give a special note of thanks to everyone who has sponsored pages
in this yearbook, and to the people who solicited these advertisements. John Scholl,
of the Scholl Adiusting Service, worked especially hard to help us obtain enough page
sponsors. All who have sponsored pages are people or businesses that we as Christians
can whole-heartedly recommend.
Thanks also to the people who stayed,after school several nights to do some tele-
phoning and typing even though they were not on the annual staff.
I should also like to express my gratitude to the entire annual staff: Mrs. Vada
Shrock, advisor: Mrs. Audrey Belles, art director: Jonna Beth Christman, assistant
editor: Norman Winters, business manager: Marilyn Laney, secretary: Marcia Marvin,
treasurer: Diana Peterson, art: Joyce Phinney, features: Mary Faith Hallman, seniors:
Jack Talbott, sports: Karen Caves: Dave Buckley: Kathy Findlay: Bob Blackwell: Mari-
anne Lanphear: Rafie Payne: Sally Williams: Reva Dehlbom: Dennice Olson: Frances
Ryan: Stan Dieterich: Carol Bock: Marlene Decker: Jan Trull: Marie Branda: Ruth
Campbell: and Pat Seefeldt.
Most of all, we, of the annual staff, thank our Lord Jesus Christ for because of Him
this annual was printed. He was with us every moment, sharing our every problem and
strengthening our minds and bodies as we prepared the 1957 CRUSADER.
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