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ROW ONE: Jeff Miller, Jerry Bartell, Chuck Melbuer, Don Lewis.
George Potts, Bob McCartney, Jackie Hoff, Dave Alm, Bill Majors,
Bob Burgan, Pete Rowe. ROW TWO: Dudley Anderson, Tom Han-
sen. Mike Florek, Bob Roblek, Dean Weidner, Sterling Herstad,
Bob Ryerson. Bruce Silver, Jim Harpstrite, Chuck Patalive, Terry
Harris, Dick Smith, .lim Boggio. ROW THREE: Bill Babb. Jim
Holt, Joe Bergquist. Chris Elkins, Larry Charles, Paul
Mike Braverman, Dick Tracy, Gary Israelson, Bill Kuhns, Clarence
Gianarelli, Brian Beedy. ROW FOUR: John Shire, Bob Evans, Tom
Karges, Jerry Beckett, Jim Ozburn, Wayne Sweetser, Dennis Fitz-
patrick, Jerry McHa.m, Ron Hickerson, Bob Howard, David Jenkins,
Ron Slosky, Ron Noxon.
C Club Promotes School Morale
Expanding and improving the athletic
program are the major goals of the C Club.
In order to obtain membership in this or-
ganization, a boy must have earned a letter
in a major sport. This year the members
held the traditional Winter Sports Banquet
and sponsored a clothing drive. They also
saw to it that there were ushers and program
salesmen at all games.
The officers are: jack Hoff, presidentg
Dick Smith, vice-presidentg jerry MCI-Iam,
secretary-treasurerg and Larry Charles, I.C.C.
representative. The sponsor is Mr. Gib Funk.
COACH FUNK presents sports letters at the "C" Club assembly.
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ROW ONE: Marion Walker, Carolyn Adams, Roxann Cabot, ROW' THR!-JE: Carole LeVick. Reber-ea Evans
a Wagner, Mike Salem, Nancy McCabe. Miss Bool. . Darth Townsend, Delores Guy,
ROW' TWO: Margaret Stoner, Shirley Trapp, Ann De Linda Shaw.
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Red Cross Provides Community Service
Assisting in the Christmas Unlimited protgmm, decorat-
ing convalescent homes, and entertiiining the occupants of
these homes became the major projects of this service organi-
zation. One ot' the other major activities was teaching students
to cure for liunciiciipped chilclren, thus relieving their parents
for .in occilsiongil afternoon or evening,
The organizations prinmry purpose is to assist the
American Red Cross in its program and to provicie .ln opporf
tunity for students to help others in the community.
The faculty sponsor is Miss Katherine Bool, teacher of
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ROW ONE: Roxanna
Smith, Bonnie McPhe
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Wagner, Phil McDonald, Chuck Upton, Wayne Sweetser, Mike Stringer, Merlyn Stum, Betty Wulff. BOW TWO: Sherri
rson. Ilona Zile, Lynn Karol-Chik, Pat Arnold, Suzanne Lee, Sue McCandless. ROW THREE: Pat Heath Susan Grant
ne Higby, Mr. Jones, Bob Dugan, Bill Shemwell, Jerry Fairis, Bill Muri
One of the most unusual clubs with a most unusual name
is the Saddletramps, Wasson High's rodeo club. Sponsored
by Mr. D. E. Johns, the club strives to promote student par
ticipation in rodeos, gymkhanas, and horse shows. Other
goals are better horsemanship and better conduct at the
various equestrian events
During the year members planned a horse show, dances
and a gymkhana. Officers are: Chuck Upton, presidentg Mike
Stringer, vice-presidentg Deanna Dobbin, secretaryg Frank
Ludden, treasurer, Bill Shemwell historian' Tomie Dobbs
publicity chairman, and Sue McCandless, representative to
the Palmer High rodeo club
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