Provo High School - Provost Yearbook (Provo, UT)

 - Class of 1952

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LMI: ki ' ' sh KY, . 61 X 71 . , ' C", if N L ,u -3' k , -:fl-:ii 'f ..... 1' ' "' - . s v gf fw a f E ii 1 ll C 'Z in '4 Uga 52 -fi x 5 S C7 uint 5.9 ff: s.J, f ousana and one niglzfs . . . THEME Open, Sesame, and let us view the treasures that you hold inside. Anxious eyes are waiting near, so spread your picture portals wide. Scheherazade in role you're cast, and only you can play the part, so spin your tales for eager knights, tales that enchant like Grecian art. None can explain the pow- er you have of capturing in- terests as they stray. When solitude and memory meet, a moment soon becomes a day. For through your pag- es you depict the moments which we all hold near, the fields of interest far extend, though each is represented here. The memory is not prison strong, too often gems may slip and break. You've captured phases of our lives and marked them down, lest they escape. Each part of life at school is found between these leaves of kelly green - the pictures and the copy pick- ed to make an image prism keen. And now waste not a moment more, fold back your leaves and start your tale. Your task is difficult and great, but such as you will never fail. by Jeanene Parker Three iq V C 2 3,25-2692 N ff ,Q A Z Kb fl nveils Laefz ffzeasufzes if LC, I l 3 4 W Sz' SZ 'V wf Q ' I llllll BUILDING ' nn , Mon rscxonv ,, E ,,, ss .S 4 7 2 SU I D U 4 6 T USYUD I 1- ll R5 S WIND U T Q31 va 27? WEN W4 .. Xi KVI , x xii 4 Y W 1 11 'ug-.4- -.--f' wr 3, . it -- . Q , , .fw Y li an 'r' --N N . W., Y I I 1 Mm ,wil -gk 5.-Q - A "iv Q S.. fi FK, Em S 'A ug i . R 0, . gh' 1 'A Q i 1- -8 I ...-d- 'JV 'Q Ay 4. l 4 1 w v : 1 "--1-g....,,L.: Er 'MQIQW P """' , 1 av I -af 'M CONTENTS Opening Classes Departments Activities 9 6 'N Advertisin g t Senior Achievement Index . , Closing eeeeeeeeeees,. t. Autographs 4 4 150 152 it rf tml: elicifxl fzevolver X, " palace 06 flue 1 1 i f Eight .-1 s afzouna due gullbogs J Nine en we De icafe To Cleston H. Rigby, scholar, teach- er, artist, and friend we wish to dedicate this, the 1952 Provost. Through the years he has super- vised the creation of the yearbooks that have become so much a part of our high school memories. From his skillful hands and mind have come masterpieces of art, and his experience and guidance have brought forth from hidden places the talents of those he instructed. Mr. Rigby has gained a place in the hearts of all his students. lt is with appreciation and respect that we present this book to him. The helping hand which Mr. Rigby gave Dell 1, Tirnpson vvas typical of that given Commercial We :it 1' ' ,J t ,A -. .. mx.-..n-cu .rr-.x.AL..zsx is Koala 70 . . . ,xc Highly skilled af Oil Cleston Rigby was able of teaching studentssin -Mm Fine Art classes. flf-Fri'-'x'.5'Keeping a record of attendance and making out grades of students was only a minor part of Cleston Rigby's art class routine. Harold Graehl and Sybil Clarke sought their Mr. Rigby's Fine Art students received training adviser's help on many problems that arose in chalk, charcoal, pencil, water color, and oils. in the publication of the yearbook. Y sv 'S ue minisffzafive Happy days come and go. For you seniors this school year will terminate what we hope will be the days and nights of one of life's most delightful segments. Good luck and happy going onward. To the juniors and sopho- mores this will be a mile-post f- a standard of measure. Use it as you look in both directions. Profit by the past and antic ate and ive much of your best in th yearsf d. ' ..-L Co -5 N '- lx J ' ,. ' n .Siipbf few' li 'Q . ' 1 ' f' XX O ., W l X" 9 1' 9 wtf! f X f fl x l il i m' is 511 Q 2.. - 1. , MT: - . ill :ga lil X 1 x Superintendent J. C. Moffitt's desk was chuck full of adminis- trative business. Literature played an import- ant part in Dr. Moffitt's well filled schedule. eabs phone wires. D. V. Tregeagle found the brighter side of a permanent cord. As the sharp distinct patterns of your high school activities of the present fade into indistinct memories of the future, may the pages of this yearbook help you to recall the many pleasant experiences of this year at Provo High. And may the enjoyment of reviewing the yearbook grow in meaning for you as have the fairy stories and the tales of the ancient Arabian Nights you knew so well as a young person. 1 May your future days be happy ones based upon solid foundations of abilities to live well with others. Carry on with :success your fine ideals and dreams with which your high school days were filled. Sincerely, D. V. TREGEAGLE Principal Much of the principal's official business was carried by tele- Thirteen LaPearl Roberts, June Peterson, Ellen Rowberry, Pauline Thorne, and Violet Rassmusson worked with Amy Taylor, district lunch supervisor, to prepare taste-tempting meals. I ., .f 'a f ' i I . .jf-s 'X ' .--' ' ju f WL . Er li.l,' .nf- U L., I "'-5' HQ i fp, I ii X N2 w f lu.. 1 .. .,- , X, ' Moroni Cottam, J. O. Garrett, and Glen Kirkwood kept our campus in tip-top condition. Fourteen campus. Dean of Boys Sherman W. Wing took care of many duties other than tkose assigned to him. Anna Lou Jones answered countless ques- tions for inquisitive students along with her regular secretarial duties. Dr. Loyd C. Whitlock, Student Coordina- tor, was a friend and invaluable counselor tc all students. Justin Winkler filled the position of Superintendent of Buildings for Provo City District. 'SJ Dean of Girls Libbie C Hayward guided and counseled girls on our Sixteen President David lewis Reigning as supreme Caliph over our vast domain was Dave Lewis, Student Body President. Dave, known far and wide as "Skeeter", showed his superior- ity in football, basketball, tennis, and baseball as well as in lead- ing students of Provo High School. All three years spent at PHS he could be seen playing his best in each of these sports. His senior year found him one of the co-captains of both the football and basketball teams. Dave and our other three stu- dent body officers worked dili- gently with the Executive Coun- cil, Legislative Council, and Fac- ulty to bring our students all the activities that made the 1951-52 year at Provo High School one to be remembered. 'Gut llfziendlxi capable leaibefzs . . . ag :l,,, Vice President Don Peay Acting as Chairman of the Executive Council, taking care of financial matters, and keeping school records in order were the iobs of Don Peay, Vice President, Diane Ahlander, Secretary, and Gene Lamb, Business Manager. These students carried out the duties assigned to them in an efficient, well planned way. They lived up completely to the confidence placed in them by students. Secretary Diane Ahlander Business Manager Gene lamb The Legislative Council composed our law-making body. First row: Weston Thatcher, Dave Lewis, Don Peay, Frank Madsen, Stan Taylor, Karen Christenson, Gloria Paramore, Joan Madsen. Second row: Evelyn Barker, RaNae Green, Marilyn Foutz, Gene Lamb, Sybil Clarke, Diane Ahlander, Lois Klein, Nephi Patton. Third row: Jim Penrod, Kenneth Jackson, Dean Roberts, Har- old Graehl, Sharon Brian, Mary Carol Wayman, Maguer- ite Madsen, Marjorie Yarroll, Margo Boswell. Fourth row: Deb Tregeagle, Don Lord, Merlin Anderson, John Thomas, Bill Lewis, David Mitchell, Carma Taylor, Janet Kenner, Joan Van Dyke, Pauline Paramore. Fifth row: Evan Golding, Mary Carol Hedquist, JoAnne Littlefield, Jerry Jensen, Virginia Ritchie, Donna Thurgood, Norma Peay, Joyce Taylor, Leona Aston, Norma Burnside. Sixth row: Dale Olsen, John Belmont, Jeanene Parker, Lenadra McKell, David Mitchell, David McEwan, Shirley Wilson, Blaine Conk, Eugene King, Evan Taylor, Carol Ann Maxfield, Nile Jensen, Annette Newman. Margaret Hansen added Margurete Madsen's and Sharron Brian's names to her list of gym students. Eighteen impatiently to be Busy issuing activity cards to students were our executives, Don Gene Dave and Diane. ufz law ma ing gobieg confusing experience. 'Heading Our' school government was the Executive Council. First row: fp Genejlartnb, Diane Ahlander, Dave Lewis, Don Peay. Second row: Principal Q ft, Debffregeagle, Lois Klein, Nephi Patton, Jeanene Parker, Stan Taylor, Joan il-11" M.l5ClSQh, Ft'ank,Madsen, Sybil Clarke. -.Qi-'Wir'1ii"5Q:J1.- Q. Ei 1 :Md-4ff+Eif wflz:izg:p: .W i Pre-school registrations were a task for green sophomores who found high school a new and .-n. 9' CDi'I'9" oi'L9"65TE'9 V' l 'X-. W QQ- . xy.. .Q- .....- - - -QNX 4 2? X N.,-N w f' . ggf.f'iif ,4 L ,P 1 A ,gp-In lenadra McKell Above: Lenadra McKell, calm, capable, and captiv- ating, filled the position of Senior Vice President. Stan Taylor Above: Diligent, dependable, decisive Stan Taylor worked as Senior President to produce a year of fun for the entire class. Ka ren Christensen Below: Wise, winsome Karen Christensen, as Sec- retary, completed the hard working trio. Twenty-two Mona Bryner Dell Timpson Paf Anderson Karl Wood Jerry Jensen Gorden Nelson Karen Christensen Fae Loveless Peggy Eggertson Gilbert Olsen i X -4' e afze fke geniofzs of '52 if 7' Corine Herman LeNadra McKeII Mary Roper Carol Lewis Harold Graehl Jennie Mae Rasmussen I Eugene King Stan Moore Don Peay Dick Gammon Sybil Clarke Renee Vacher Weston Thatcher Betty Rae Mahana Bob Jorgensen Jeanene Parker Jackie Berry Twenty-three ,lxjw at 1 v Q-if if: Twenty-four 2 9 wrff' Alice Mecham Marlene Thayer David Gilner Margie Jones Colleen Cornum Melba Rose Patsy Griffiths Venita Pulsipher Ronald Lewis Evelyn Barker Jane' Clyde A Q i 1 Barbara Moore Vickie Brady Bonnie Wilson Loyce Nelson Milton Moon Cozevte Stewart 1 I 1' ,-' --uf:--"", ', r lf" 'x ' 0' . : ,jf "' 1" n f' 0 N , . J X Z I s, Q , ,u , ,. Ps... 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Myrna Ferguson was thirsty, so Gordon Nelson A' 94 r S 'nf X' Z 11 lll S 'Ny ,A :lg ,, - ',, "D -Q X I 1 X ll l:Jl'f 'ft-Z 4ih:::a1:x'aai:? v- --+-1 ..'.,v' 5 'MM xx t Twenty-five enfofzs marie flue xleafz a 'X N xr ov A ,-.f Y Tom Haran Sally Bown Anita Groneman Donell Walker Max Bird Colleen Lawrence - S Z5 Twenty-six 4- 5 Stan Taylor Renee Lerwill JoAnn Haws Dean Ash Janet Spencer Colleen Nielsen Larry Farnworth Elaine E. Davis -dn lil -J Leah Crowley JoAnn Moore Carl Broadhead Jeanne Loveless SUCCESS Steps got slippery at the most inop- portune moments as Marjorie Bird could undoubtedly have told you. Aside from a few minor bruises she rose to walk again, this time more carefully. X EEFKU -. . W' -sf lswiaif .t sk :tg .rg .V +9-.,., 'Nr ff . ,,. if --'gf-an-gLa."' 3'3" , 1 4 is -A, ,,,,.f-+R f'5"T" Fx t - cf'- sv 4 Qi . . , ' -af F' 'F' if ,. "f - It sq ,r , -. Q 52 X ss- 'se aft 9 Sally Tueller JoAnn Gay Merrill Moon Carol Fulkerson Roy Paris Gene lamb Carole Jensen Evan Taylor Myrna Ferguson Mary Tregeagle Ina Woolsey Joyce Smith Twenty-sey fi ofz fun flue genius bib invesf 1 '0 i Q- 'IR 4. Twenty-eight 'Q--ff' "Lbs, RoeMae Theobald Lynn Jex Leona Aston Shirl Groneman Hal Holland Catherine Abbott John Thomas Karma Boardman Gaul Gray Shirley Wilson Shelda Jacobson Wayne Thalman Lois Klein Marilyn Foutz Kay Marrott Barbara Hurst Tad Haymond '34-" 4' Douglas Ogren Janet Smith Diane Nielson Dave Lewis Barbara Johnson Joyce Henrichsen Chivalry took switch and three fellows profited by a ride in the snow. Envious students looked on. Ns Mary Carol Hedquist Edith Taylor Glade Terry Mariorie Bird Dale Braithwaite Norma Joyce Thorne Larry Wilson Glenneta R. Bennett Billie Neebling I Twenty-nigle, Z! 4 war, Thirty 0 sef fine 444009 was F . -hu.VW,k f fbi-x ,av 4? Pat Snow Merlene Hinckley Donald Lord Carrol Smith Lawrence McCall Joyce Seely Janise Vincent Gary Penrod Blaine Conk Barrylyn Baker Ernest Tsalaky Ilyn Garrik Bernice Henderson John Farley Doris DeSpain EI ' M.M h M ' CI ff ' OISE. errywea1 er arlon U ll , 5 :Ls 3 : " V ' .1 1 n I 1' 1 " X i I" 'L ' I i an 1 ff' Av I J 125223 frif 0 1 Q W -,,, fx . - .2 " 'fzg 122-pg, YK 7 eniofa Hop 4 ,wi we an v' 1' 3 'O' T' Thomas Bingham Evelyn Wright Pat Watts Veda Raven Grant Watkins Marilyn Buckner L Reva Baxter Charles Pope Nelda Clulf Reed Weight Bill Cassingham Bertha Brower Favorite pastime of senior boys was eyeing the passing population of Provo High. Keeping watch at the head of the stairs were Glade Terry, Gordon Nelson, Karl Wood, Lynn Jex and Ernest Tsalaky. Thirty-one Thirty-two l '71 -Q. K5 f-out Pi if ...aff .41 Nephi Patton Ray Olson Valene Davies Gail Wayrnan Pauline Loy Shirley Waisner Barbara Linford RaNae Green Gordon Hawkins Virginia Peterson Joan Christensen Clothield Newren Mark Leftwitch Myrna Giraud J J lr 25 Gljqgi 3 'W-' QS' 47'f"" M Lorna Boyns wa gon 'f Charles Mafchell QE:-3-or A Hilma Chestnut 5' Vernita Durrant ,'?,,:::k 1 , ,. V ', Cb-7' M5435 -gs, 'Q' WI J ' K thaw" X , 'E 936,95 ,L wa Place in e sclfioolg X, l ff' ff, x Q X - . 1 jx . 0 l ': . ' ' 2 ay Ny.: at u, , U ., 1 ,.' v ' 153' - 45:5 lk-,if ', 1 ,-" ' - f. ' .N" l -law' N x ,, Q ll vm, lil . 5" 9 f f' l 'alll llll ,l ' J all 'V' .x , 'Ayfqyvn,,,:lJM A xt!! I' ' lily . Xgqqli b -gc-ixgayff 1 , y x y f A 4. , XI' is l ' I 1 r if ,Q l , ,UH v . l 3 I ,, in-f-',g -I .533 l f an 9 '-ii., ,Qs y A , . 3 x I j D M x I 1 eee x .l A Q L.-gf" ' Q 1 fl . 'll ' 99' 1 Jeanene Christensen Richard Young Bruce Carter Kenny Jolly Almo Simmons Shirley Nlecham 4 flue genius wefze fops or 5 Burl Morley Nancy McCurdy Ruth McKell Q in Thomas Creer Verla Crockett Clyde Lassen John Dolinar Pricilla Boswell Nelson Taylor Lew Harris Frances Peterson Thirty-three I ,,-f' l 1 Thirty-four 'O' 1 -av 'sf- 4. J fic - . Charlene Roberts Don Davis Roger Childs Harold Nelson Mari? I '. -an Z ' J ,,.'. W N W A Q , 32 I fi . 'Y J an V 'LW Sheila Dorius Hd, Victor Herbert ' Nile Jensen f A ,. Q .,,,...,: - X ,. 5 X y John Cox LaVon G. Skinner John Finlayson Joe Scott Lewis Fredrichson Nancy Gammell Mary Passarella Gloria James Lila Cameron Paul Oldroyd T ..-4' ,nr if I rf ".,,n L 6 l we Diane Ahlander Jackie Catenby JoAnn B. Evans Evan Golding Karla Dawn Cheney Gwila Conrad Kent Fisher Louise Johnson Louise Hansen Tommy Walters Paula Borgef Glen Van Wagenen xleafzlioolz lvzings lmclz genioz memofzies ,--w. Arretta Denny Owen Orten Doris Dixon 1 ii From the looks of it, Loyce Nelson and possibly her brand new diamond was lhe iopic of conversa- iion between Karl Wood and Stan Taylor. Thirty-five 'S . yi," l. Frank Madsen .lay Schoppmann Joyce Taylor 4" X5,fa.5 V' President Frank Madsen, friendly favorite of the scholars, led the Junior Class through a successful year of fun and interest. ff --,, - -' Congenial counselor of the Juniors was Vice President Jay ... Schoppman. if-'Z Pretty, poised, perservering Joyce Taylor was secretarial f' leader of this industrious threesome. 'Q wif 1 As. "Nff,J9f in My lt - i in Bruce Cloward Joyce Erekson Kenneth Jackson Frances Crapo Sandy Gifford Paul Kitchen Lois Killpack Ronald Mooney Neb Miller Audree Gateley Ann Cullirnore Colleen Mitchell Thirty-si x 1' X x Janet Kenner Patricia Peterson Jimmy Penrod 3 Z Y Helen Scott Barbara Farrell Milo Calder Helen Nelson Colleen Johnson Ronald Stringham wg 7-lie guniiiofzs ma e memofzies jusfnllofz xlou ' is .1-5 41- 6- il .fr -665 if I . , Dick Dolinar Mary Ann Dixon Ann T, Kurnp Max Frampton Karla Ann Marshall Mary Ann Harding Jay Schoppmann Joyce Taylor Joy Startup Helen Keith Janet Anderson Robert Brereton Maxine Grosiean Jean Johnson Terry Clark Marilyn Haliday Ivan Johnson Jay Beal Dixie Pulsipher Dolly Workman Shirley Hansen Andy Mostert Alice Paulsen Anne Kitchen Shirlee Clegg Nada Bowers Merlin Anderson Dorothy Davis Idonna Thomas Thirty-seven 7-lie uni pfzom At their lockers between classes were Juniors Mary Lou Thorne, Janet Kenner, Dale Bryner, and Dan Nisonger, and Seniors Loyce Nelson, Vic pf, Y 'T .25- gf wa J all s-7 Carol Ann Maxfield Janet Lassen Robert Vernon Marilyn Gree Harold Swenson Joyce Boswel Thirty-eight XX X Xxx , l? ,ss n, fx -X gl 1 X lf? kie Brady, and Lynn Jex. 2 ,ta 'IOP' vw' 4"'x v-7 'J' 3 James Marrott Elaine Jacobsen David McEwan Pauline Singleton Robert Slreble n Katie Shumway Nancy Jasperson Mariorie Peay Rea Jean Brown Kay Millet l Verleen Jensen JoAnne Angell Geraldine Adams Pat Daniel Neil Hirst Gasfs gfs Pell . . 247 an C' Ann- f-"H+ 'Guy Q..- - if 5 .Q Kg Q-.40 Lf. ,Y gy K. l K 'C - i X ' ' gi on gp 15 'A v A W 0' :sr L .V X ,Qu 6: x ,i .N 'X 1 vu V -o 6 E ,LT x. x V11 fb ago 7' Qs '5' ' 5 ' JN A- Q. ly ,v 6 ,vi e . X we L, ' is M ef , xx Q- M, 'N 3 xx Eval Harrison Lrene Iley J k Wrl t viifbgpaa Ritchie xx X Dale Bryner Hiwfard Johnson R a Stubbs Jew Green Marolyn K. Vance Vivian Davies Darlene Davis Gwenath Creviston 1 1 N 0 XXLYNWNX Ns -+1 1 ,nv A A 1, ' Lx N if gy f K X X ,, nf ,443 r 1- .E X M- lf 111414 ow -V -211' ,Y 1 VL, f X i Y' X J ,fl fx I A v x ' X 1 X 411 0 ,Q V ,.... 51 -5:1 f,-- N... X 'K 5 , , "' tit W" ' t -1 J in ,pf wg 4, .ef H . - a x , sue, 1,,!, , -X3 1 Q L- 15 ..L , .iz ii if l wif N ' . ,9 fl Ni. ' ' 42235-K .'1 ff f., ,I 'E f D ,- ,X . .' ,, I p -XXX-as ' "iz" ' -L I ,J X" l ' i'- ' ll 'l- A- l 2 E Qi gf Q Q, Q xv . . 'vsxa a- I X. Carma Taylor Vena Lee Jacobson Lynn Smith Barbara Pace N kx,',lQ511gfei:7. V5 'i 'X Donna Naylor Roger Larsen Donna Wilde David Mitchell i A A 4 ,W-IIFJ Ngzls .J Sandra Graham Kathleen Rasmussen Melvin Merrill LaRee Jones ' . X 'K 1-ab" .JR Ross Urie Eloise Aitken Ernie Henderson Marilyn Prow XXX MN...-..-I .gmlgusz , 2 Ted Draper Loretta Rieske Mary Lou Thorne Glen Nelson , --+5--U Y ' ' Jo Ann laws Nancy Olsen Gene Stewart Lynette Wilder Thirty-nine of if J Ronald Barley Kathy Lund Duane Myers Loretta Carter Manlyn Myrup Gene Hansgen Dons Nelson Jo Ann Casper Paul Chrlsvensen Arlene Johnson Mark Taylor Lo Rela Slephenson Carl Craner Jen Dean Treggagle John Syme Margaret Glllles Stan Markman Walier Gregson 1 I ' Hg. . 1 f' D Center of Interest was Bruce Cloward, Junior, recelvung a tucket from policeman, Max Snow In the background were curnous L J. an e uniofz assemlJlnI wenl 066 well 'X P 6 I 5 i.":,r,, 1 I ' . I 1 r , , 5, , ,"'-'1""' V A 'U I , 4- l 1 f ?v 9 .QL ', I Q i ' Q-'L-LTNCQQ i I q I, ' ,ag A . is 1- 'f' so " J s X. f '. f - , , l Nw l r 1 I , ' qw! I Q 4 7 X ll -a. XL I 6 'Tix 5' Q ir sf' if' " i 9 . , ' f bv an 5 Y -4- s... 1 Arthur Johnson Shirley Elliol Colleen Collard lynn Ann Taylor Frank Madsen Dean Isom Verle Thornton Russell Jones Carolyn Coles Lila Buchanan 1 'sq Norma Carlson laFae Anderson Bonnie Bray Arnelda Baum Edwin Crocker! Gertrude Chavez Lori Lee Olsen Shirley Johnston Pauline Paramore Mary Ann Maxwell Margaref Hundley Vera Mecham Sheila Maxfield Carol Kuhni Sharon Johnson Dan Nisonger Paul Jones Joann Paulsen Betty Sardoni Marian Madsen Bill Elaberry Carolyn Clinger Hildred Neilson Richard Tanner Forty-one mv. ' 009 limes, flue A4i7.'r""7' .sol .,. J Sculptors in The snow were Junior boys Paul Kitchen, Robert Durfey, lvan Johnson, Frank Madsen, Arlen Sperry, and Duane Blackley. Interested onlookers were Coy Eggerlson, Diane Ahlander, and Rulh Ellen Jones. 3 urs 'sf i 7 . A V - Ni' v Q I g .S J 4 i cr re, f 3 1 4-YJ 5 Audrey Leach Byran Davenport Margery Peay Ann Green Beverly Walker Maxine Wilkerson Ralph Jorgensen Carol Williams John Hall David Stewan Lydia Ulibarri Lee Reiske Helen Higgins Dean Skinner Carol Madsen Gloria McClure Dick Anderson Mitchell Carter Arlene Adamson Betly Lue Beesley Leona Bailey Forty-two uniofzs 'tan lig- -'Nag' Q' . Q .Is J ,.-L: N . T nfl the bell ' N15 -1 ,JG lon No f T. ' N-or Q- dies - of : X r ,R 'ka Q' Q 'Ftrs' -v N0 Y if sf IX , s .-nun .. ,V Carol B. James Carolyn Smith David Williams Shirley Draper Carol Baum Colleen Williams Lillian Snow Nadine Stewart Swen Nielson Bonnie Kuykendall Colleen Pritchett Garry H. Peterson Norma Tangren Henrietta Schroemages Torn Pierpont Carol Christenson Ralph Larsen Joan McGregor Barbara Smith Floy Moody Wallene Liddiard Palma Sorenson Barbara Hawkins Lorna Long Bonnie Beck Sharlene Best Jolene Williams Maurine Menlove Marilyn Worsley Barbara Borget Glen McClain Lorna Harris as SEA 'vi'-Lv num Gwen Rasmussen Donna Rae Nelson Joyce Hoover DeeDee W ,Joe est i.. WT. Forty-th ree m0'e Joan Madsen Ned Thorne Gloria Para Affable, active Joan Madsen wa s acclaimed President of the Sophomore Class. Likeable, lively Ned Thorne chaperoned Sophomores as Vice President. P retty, petite Gloria Paramore, as Secretary, led Sophomores through a profitable year. Kay Lewis Sh aron Brian Robert Heringer Cherie Hutchison Jerry Orton Elaine Dennison Annette Newman Karma Hunter Connie Kerby Diane Smith Calvin Jolly Carol Watkins David Berry Ann Shipley Dale Lewis Portia Bingham Virginia Spencer Alice Ann Corleissen Jerry Harris Betty Lou Fleming Jimmy Thorne Forty-four 'A-L ,Mahi -gg U e 'ze e goplzomofzes . . . p YC. .ff- W Tfrg 41 AA if .4-4 4-uv Mary Jo Faramore Lorna Srnealh Nancy Christensen Paul Groesbeck Elaine Herman Clarice Morgan Pat Clayton Bevh Havch Charlene Wilcox Ann Wood and Mary Carol Wayman got in on a jam session about yearbook proofs .AA Jo Ann Bullock Carol Finlayson Bob Blackley ii e ig Lamont Tyler Veloy Washburn Lillian Bardsley Dick Bullock Ann Louise Larson Jill Carke Mary Ann McQuivey Joan McCall Norma Scherer - 1- -Q 1' at ti' N "Cf Sharon Thayne -'V 'Q' May Clitheroe Jeanette Hoover Lila Barrett Christa Binder Claude Snow Janet Anderson Carol Rae Jameson Jeanette Aiman Wanda Kennison Martin Maxurie Joyce Nelson V IXJ - ffl: gel! -L "Quo lf!! rat 5 X GJ . J Q 4 s V ' 4 ,J 1 ,..r' I ' 'ff 1 "fs '. I 'Mfr la : z'ri f' f li ff.i I. s 4 1 vs ., 'G' if Lois Olsen Beverly Christensen Jay Perry Phillis Orton Jean Norman Vana Dee Carter Charlene Boswell Janet Beck Dorothy Hopkins Geraldine Walker Ouida Goad Ouanda Goad Erlynne Wright Dqnna Lee Norma Leavitt Lola Mecham Margo Boswell Shela William. La Joy Dove La Vina Perkins Stan Cameron Forty-six - ,L ' v 1 .CZK T' out foes, we gofrlnomofzes came - .N X 1 A- 4- 9,-1 sl .fr 'V t i 'Jv- Q.- w..-1 .3 Q' 'fir' f,'x C if-I -ax 5 -'::: Kb' ' 11 .4 I Al 1 gf- "T i 1 12" Jenny Lee ll rd Paul Boyack Margie Yarroll Ronald Madsen JoElla DeWoIfe Virginia Everharde Nancy Jo Harding Margie Mou ton Jerry Ann Holliday Kiane Greer Anna Solerno Coreen Hardon Marlene Duke Arlan Jeppson Glendon Hatch Peggy Daniels Richard Johnson Joyce Hassenfritz Sherry Christiansen Mary Ann Brown Gayle Manwell Clark Jolley must have had a little Don Juan about him. At least Lois Olsen, Erlynn Wright, and Pat Clayton thought so. fx, 4' it Q-Y 2 6' 'U' Forty erght N 7' A30 QCIX at evefzxlfluin we goplzomofzes wefze ame i X ah f NO Q A- Rncharcl Mower Marlene Wolsey Loa Rae Warren Pat Bearer Glenice Lamb Glorua Johnson 'Mun is Mary Alnce Young Duane Vincent Carol Ann Cltaprnan Shlrley Dixlon Don Woodward Barbara Markham .I tw 1 Carma Atklnson Jack Clarkson Marulyn Ross Ann Jones Donald Joe Johnson Don Etta Christensen Bonnie Barker Vtrgil lvle Nancy Ladle es Scott Col Marilyn r Lots Ale Q Q Ax . Douglas don Shirlene es Robert His Nancy Ce hn Arla Cle Arlns Ric ' G l N xl, I I1 'ifeffilil l 5 .J kph: . fu. ad ' A 4' ' .- a l T4. e Y M s My I ' ' . -' 1 ' 'FAT .C ll Y, 'Q 5 4 Y 3 Richard Slurgiss laDawn Noble Jay Young leila Thurman Clark Jolley Dlana Snow louise larsen Mddelyn Mills Joan Spaugy Peggy Christensen Wally Howell GIOIIH Paramore Nallune Jones Paul Dalebouf Marnlyn Mitchell Davnd Stone Mary Carol Wayman Nanfy Weslergard Marguellle Madsen Vcloy Jones Maynard Berg Mary Helen Frampvc-n LaRene Wrrghl Shurley Anderson Donald Freld Marlene Roberls Naomi Carle: Susle Radnmll Harold Paulson Shirley Davulson Dorollmy Moore leon Jensen Nancy Condon Lou Ann Rigby Sandra Nelson Carolyn Casper '? WQV 1 avg QC ti 5 -1- N an-0 .I x Q Z- 6 i 2 3- L we iid 'hi Q sr Forty-nine "Three in a row", senior girls Jerry Jensen, Jackie Berry, and Diane Nelson are met af the fool of the stairs by Jill Clarke, Veloy Washburn, Anne Shipley and Gloria Paramore, sophomore girls. 632 d' f", X X N Cl' I R 2 it qi' J sa 1 ,-, 0-3 Max Lund Marlon Ashly Robert Olsen Alaire Buvrle Vena Rowland Seebonn Wong Colleen Kitchen Kenneth Clegg Fred Tamm Marlene Thatcher Ed Firmage Margo Boswell Fifty Margaret Salerno Bill Lewis Dorlhea Cox Antonine Harris Jo Ann Ingersoll Norma Larsen Therald Wernz Colleen Durranl Ann Wood e gbplzomofzes Pfzovlde new ftlends an un S. 1' "" fa vs- il if Nur 1---., Nur 'wtf ff? Jordon Murdock AI Jean Allen Ronald Morain 3 1-3- U2 . i i ' Q l l X James Carter Marie Albright Jackie Bosheird Carma Bott David Nusirk f,,1. Sa- if owl, Lois Linton Noel Swain Nila Bullock Raymond Hafen Jolene Cole N0 Karen Scott Sterling Litchfield Marilyn Lord Ned Thorne .14 , Byron Rassmussen LaRae Wood Charles Jones Georgia Heringer Lloyd Shurtleff ,,,,,, 7 A ,JM ,....-J, , N""t , Ruth Ellen Jones Yoke Kwork Louise Snow Jack Asay Mairlyn Van J, E. Stewart - l i Fifty-one e Have aimed gxpefzience Jo Ann Harding Kay Bennett Coy Eggertson Juanita Madsen Annette Cook Shirley Hogenson Lisa Ann Coon George King Gary Heiner Marion Maynard Tom Norton Mary Cox Sophomore shieks Gary Heiner and Paul Groes- beck conversed with upperclassmen Diane Ahlan- der and Anne Cullimore. Standing by were senior boys Lynn Jex and Gordon Nelson. Fifty-two Jack Thomas Kay Brockbank Howard Reed Toni Madsen Lee Braithwaite Kathleen Jorgensen D k.,,N 'U . ,W I Q- ,' 4 nf k N. my 2 'fx- -5 There was always room for one more under an umbrella on a rainy day. Y' Ray Madsen Lynette Anderson Gary Rassmussen Carol Roundy Steve Kimber Diana Creer Carol Sue: Trimble Edlyn Mangum Jan Bee Karer Price Sally Irwin Dan Lockheart Dan Wehb Joan Madsen Jennalee Duke Mariorie V, Dastrup Sue Jenkins Bill Beecroft Cseniorl Cseniorb Fifty-three Fftyf Q! 7 .,. 1 r -J nyjgffab ifau De f afzfmenfs f m Dill i i 'Mg--c f at Q5 DK ' ' - itil,-Jieiis fl! Y ef?- iiyww if Zilnlllg e i s x L Q I f . 5 X gf KW Lower left: Organizing affairs for the Junior Red Cross were John Thomas, Karma Hunter, Sybil Clarke, Annette Newman, and Shirley Mecham. Bert Asay's American Problems class assisted the committee. Lower right: Dell Timp- son and Harold Graehl worked on one of their many posters which were used to advertise forth- coming events at PHS. mm t Carol mittee stude ommiffees . . . The Cogs in the lWhCel was Sherman -Sf TfEFi'6u Gail ff Y nt to divx sexy Rx X .V s who furnished posters in adver- ' .N Helen Scott and Cozette Stewart purchased treats from Mary T. Broadbent while Joyce Smith and Clyde Lassen looked on. Sherman Wing's first period English class spearheaded the movement toward a more ef- ficient, faster-moving lunch program. Acting as a committee for the class were Nile Jensen, Marilyn Foutz, Pauline Loy, Eugene King, and Lenadra McKell. Fifty-seven of Fifty-eight J- As beautiful as a heavenly chorus, the voices ofthe A Cappella Choir resounded with rich, vibrant tones in their concerts. Members were, first row: John Belmont, Gary Stout,i Howard Johnson, Theo- dore Bills, Jimmy Leonard, Ray Singleton, Bill Elas- berry. Second row: Phil Fisher, Hal Holland, Dan Nisonger, Wayne Keith, Dave Lewis, Diane Nielson, Leah Crowley. Third row: Mark Leftwich, Dan Webb, Jay Beal, Dean Roberts, Don Peay, Bob Jorgenson, Jo Ann Gay, Helen Keith, Shirley Hanson. Fourth row: Evelyn Barker, JoAnn Littlefield, Anna Salerno, Shirley Wilson, Swen Neilsen, Jay Goold, Gerald Peterson. Clark Jolley, Marlene Duke, Jeanene Parker, Carol Lewis. Fifth row: Diane Ahlander, Anne Cullimore, JoAnn Green, Carol Fulkerson, Byron Davenport, Charles Pope, Eugene King, Sally Tueller, Colleen Lawrence, Marilyn Worsley, Marilyn Prow. Sixth row: Vicki Brady, Margie Bird, Bonnie Wilson, Sharon Brian, Toni Madsen, Betty Sardoni, John Clark, Kay Swenson, Jackie Berry, Gwila Conrad, Melba Rose, Charlene Roberts. Seventh row: Pris- cilla Boswell, Jeanne Loveless, Renee Vacher, Karen Christensen, Marilyn Ball, John Dolinar, Glen Van Wagenen, Lynn Smith, Vernita Durrant, Donna Thur- good, Norma Peay, Janet Gammon. Absent when the picture was taken were: Joyce Hassenfritz, Phyl- lis Rees, Carol Khuni, Cozette Stewart, Darcy Dove, Donna Brown, Albert Allman, and Joyce Hendrick- sen. C2 cappella . . . Voices Swell in Harmonious Ecstasy The Madrigals were a group of highly trained singers who spec- ialized in songs of adventure and love from the loth century. This class provided many hours of learning and enioyment for its members. Members were, first row: Ber- nice Henderson, Doris Nelson, Vernita Durrant, Norma Peay, Janet Gammon. Second row: Marilyn Worsley, Melba Rose, Charlene Roberts, Mary Carol Wayman, Coralee Nelson, Janet Anderson. Third row: Dean Rob- erts, Lynn Smith, Wayne Keith, Glen Nelson, Phil Fisher, Mark Leftwich, Darcy Dove, Abel J. Peterson Girls' Concert Chorus Madrigal Singers Glee Club A Cappella Vocal Ensemble S..-39-i Top: Melodious as the song of the nightingale were the warblings of Bob Jorgenson, Wayne Keith, Colleen Lawrence, and Dan Nisonger, soloists. Watching the proceedings was Eugene King, A Cappella president. Marion Maynard accompanied the group. Below: "Sing, Sing, Sing" was the motto of Ann Shipley, Janet Beck, Mary Helen Frampton, Veloy Washburn, LaDawn Noble, and Bonnie Barker, girls' sextette. On many occasions these girls joined together to sing dreamy melodies. Music History and Appreciation Lifting their voices in harmony with the desert winds, the Girls Concert Chorus serenaded slave and sultan alike. Lovely tones rang through the courtyard as on their lips the songs sprang to life, weav- ing a magical web of melody. Members were, first row: Mae Clith- eroe. Margaret Salerno, Norma Larson, Pat Beazer, Kay Brockbank, Lorna Smeath, Arnelda Baum. Second row: Maxine Wil- kerson, Margie Bird, Carole Jensen. Glo- ria James, Sharlene Best, Nancy Condon. Bernice Henderson. Third row: Annette Newman, Gail Wayman, Norma Scherer, VeOra Gilson, Carolyn Larson, Barbara Pace, Trudy Meservy. Fourth row: Lois Olsen, JoAnn Gay, Janet Spencer, Gayle Manwell, Gloria Paramore, Lou Ann Rigby, Betty Lou Fleming, Carol Lewis. Jackie Berry. Fifth row: Margie Yarroll Clarice Morgan, Marilyn Prow, Mary Ann Maxwell, Carol Khuni, Judy Lynn Ley- shon, Edlyn Mangum, Mary Ammons. Doris Olsen. Fift-nine Sixty up the ticipated t 1 from classicals cia mastered playing made These , par- FTTUSI DS for Mellow tones were created by Dorothy Davis, Richard Y , , , Hansen, Gordan Murdock, and Robert Vernon, members X' OICC ot 'LDC Vvllid ofthe clarinet quartet. Lively marches as well as symphony selections were rendered at several band concerts by band members. First row: Jane Clyde, Dorothy Davis, Kenneth Littlefield, Jackie Gatenby, Jack Clarkson Sharlene Wilcox, Jill Clarke, Eldon Guymon, Don- Etta Christensen. Second row: Richard Hansen, Robert Vernon, Jeri Deane Tregeagle, Gene Hans- gen, Richard Olsen, Karla Dawn Cheney, Howard Johnson, Gene Jensen, Carole Trimble, Lamont Tyler, Joe Done, Ronald Morain, Ouida Goad, Gordan Murdock, Paul Groesbeck, Jack Asay, David Stone, Harold Swenson, Glen McClain. Third row: George King, Neva Sorensen, Lewis l il V3 Edwards, Stan Taylor, Mont Ford, Dick Anderson, Mitchel Carter, Gene Nelson, Gary Stout, Ken- neth Clegg, Lloyd Prestwich, Douglas Gordon, Bob Allshouse, Claude Snow, Tom Luce, Jan Bee, Max Lund, Robert Strang, Ronald Bailie, Mark Taylor, Roger Childs, Richard Young, Fourth row: Mark Sunday, Hal Holland, David Worthen, Den- nis White, Melvin Merrell, Frank Ammons, Eu- gene Anderson, Rex Sutherland, conductor. Abe sent when the picture was taken were Jess Hol- lerman, Donna Rae Nelson, Arlen Butler, Donald Field. 1 Because of their skill in playing their particular instru- ments, Dorothy Davis, Stan Taylor, Jackie Gatenby, Karla Dawn Cheney, ani: Jane Clyde were chosen to be band solo- ists. 5 i ,Samu- 1 was Joe Done, Jane Clyde, Karla Dawn Che- ney and Jackie Gatenby, woodwind quartet, Rex L. Sutherland Practice Music and Theory Concert Band i I l prepared to captivate another audience with their delightful music. Sixty-one K. 'Rn x -l"w.. . , ,, TK.,-g 1- , 'XT-again' ' . ' "X-.V N 'ir WL.-. . .fw ' N., fl F If When the orchestra needed someone to play a particular pass- ' age or a solo number they called on Jimmie Farmer, Stan Taylor, Karla Dawn Cheney, or Jane Clyde soloists of the group, to accomplish the feat. Music swelled in harmonious ecstasy whenever or- chestra students performed for school or public func- tions. Shown on one such occasion were, First row: Shirley June Hanson, Betty Sardoni, Diane Smith, Dick Dolinar, Joan McCall, Marilyn Myrup, Jimmie Farmer. Second row: David Mitchell, Catherine Abbott, Mary Alice Young, Alaire Buttle, Bill Hoeft, Sterling Lichfield, Antoine Harris, Arthur Johnson, Dixie Pulsipher, Bev- erly Walker, Margaret Salerno, Joyce Hassenfritz. Third row: Anna Salerno, Ann Jones, Donna Abbott, ....f" , 5 K 1 ? Donna Rae Nelson, Jackie Gatenby, Clothield Newren, Jane Clyde. Fourth row: Lisa Ann Coon, Nancy Ladle, Portia Bingham, Mark Sunday, Hal Holland, John Thomas, Mary Jo Paramore, Howard Johnson, J. G. Hilgendorft, conductor, Karla Dawn Cheney, Stan Tay- lor, Bob Jorgensen, Lowry Harris, Paul Dalebout, How- ard Reed, Raymond Haten, Paul Christensen, Dennis White. Mont Ford, Richard Young, Lee Young, Robert Bickerstaft, Christa Binder, Joe Done, and Michael Hinckley were absent when the picture was taken. ,- -g,.....,..--s,,,-, A f fail! 2 gh fax' 1 ' 1 "'+., A -Y- K 5 " 1 V 4 7 lgy , u s. ,rf , .l'lm X , ,f X3 i'4-fir :ig " 4 f .Q As the , chir -of he llkvli 'l'l'1 his I' sits?-' S 0 " i f l 1 cllhlarmed l ily - 'SJ amy!! 564' music. Suites andloveft :JQJQEQ uplift to our palace auq - ' 5 1. Q ,L of entertainment for participan ,Q listeners alike. 1" ,Q- luza Q., -gf 1-' Shirley June Hanson, Betty Sardoni, Marilyn Myrup and Jimmie Farmer, members of the string quartette, provided musical entertainment for many social functions at P.H.S. Ofzclcesffza With the Flute ami Liu- Lyi' 3 E 1 sc so C gin .. L! LJ vw' Sweet strains of music lifted in harmony when the string trio - Margaret Salerno, Mary Jo Para- more, and Anna Salerno - participated on musical programs. John G. Hilgendorff Orchestra Instrumental Ensemble 2 5 l German 4-unuqp, 'i' Sixty-three Wlalllemafics Burners of the Midnight Gil Scholars wished for the power of Allah and the wisdom of a grand vizer to help them un- tangle the fantastical figures and array of problems which con- fronted them. Wayne A Physics Algebra l Geometry 7 t 1 -VTP f Rudolph Ree S Geometry Algebra ri lc Frank G. Chambers Algebra I 1"' Algebra ' --gg Drafting ' flfi . . -qi 4 .f Arithmetic '22 Nh N! a -' Algebra has perplexed even the best of Theodore Bills Karm .i , ,F ' Sr Cf us at times, so it was no wonder that Stan Watched lnshucngr Wa m e Cameron needed a little help from Lois showed them the progledure W U, - H--J ' Olsen. 'ff " ' use a slide rule in the more adv ed mathematics mr, kr 4 'X if t Fill' . "V, ii T 'f'?4 lC II d T -gli: il f Ilene, ,z 'f f A I ly .i , Ql:? ' f ff Q Lvl 'Pig i . ' f -, 4. IN- an -s' .5-Lf' Y , ' -f the 3- 772eftclzan Bing lxlCl'lfllillllS of the Sultan NA B 3- Q3 -lthin at which our W' A i ' l N Q . gs-in I A s l rb ed, but best suited .l e ii ' 'l - ' -Q andising students. mn: fa, "" 4 ' nm I 'R :gp 'e art of getting the u v, as- yin? I f-'-YL' 5. but also learned if ' rv'- yo A .h w 'n the most attrac- h":.' 'l'. 7 ,." ' ' f Egan. f "9 5 l'!!:' ll If 5" I lin f if Z I ,.-Mug: r. . . f :gall ' all -i ll H, ' Exif: -, gy- 'll y .- .Email f lr l lll' I t iiwiif' ' it fl J lg!! 'nd -gig l'ti:i"l. s:Q.Ql!!!q? X "ff" Vlll im I rx ,IVX , r " l 1 l i H A tx 'nl 5: Arnold V. Bergeson Retail Merchandising Lite Problems and Vocations Salesmanship and Consumer Education Retail Supervision Left. With their com passes poised ready for the next move- ment, Geometry stu- dents listened to fur- ther instruction before continuing their as- signment. Right: RoeMae Theobald described articles of mer- chandise to Evan Golding and Ronnie Mann to dem- onstrate the art of selling. L.-Vik fg .,-1' Above right: Leona Aston and Colleen Cornum critica examined the pans which Carol Fullcerson showed to them. Right: The proper technique in wrapping packages was shown by Retail Merchandising students Merlene Hinckley, Raymond Braun, Wayne Keith, and Karl Wood. VS' Sixty-five E i 1 is 'sf W tw. 'tr-has Ra, QQ' Top left: Bert Asay American Problems U. S. History World History Top right: H. R. Slack World History U. S. History Lett: G. Dayton Hughes U. S. History Psychology Debate Bottom: James Distefano U. S. History Down through the sands of time many have questioned the why's and the why- not's of historica fi - eir his- torY-makinQ " 'ence 3 classes atte ' ii Fr1v ,'ff'f wer s to these . 3,-,Tl ..bhd'. g ten dge seeking hat is the over- d Nations? kept tudents thinking. the minds Arabs. QuestiUH!- It all policy of the instructors bus Substance of Tlme P . !a. P World History students Theodore Bills, Sherry Christiansen, Carolyn Casper, Jerry Harris, Elaine Herman, and Cherie Hutchison located the various countries about which they had been studying. -cv ,jf I si.. Sixty-six Judging by the expressions on their faces, Biology students LaRene Wright, Lynette Artder- ' son, and Mary Ann Harding must have seen some- thing a bit peculiar in the microscope. 6161468 Sci Masters of the Elements Countless sparks were sent towards the ceiling, multi- colored puffs of smoke poured out the windows, and fri htenecl Arabs scampered in all directions. The Science 9 department of our realm was busy at work. What with test . . . I tubes, pickled reotiles, and stuffed animals our potentna scientists were often snowed under with work and per- plexing problems. Albert K. Johnson entists of romorr 9 Broundl Max Fra Owl when lab d Tbell mpton, M' ay H all ali! Ffoved they knevllclajll Carter, andrgalllyl U . at Chemistry was Rees E. Bench Biology Ivan W. Young . . Geography Health and Heredity gscallopal Chemmry Zoology and Botany Agriculture emls ry , I ., .r X.. X N fel. ' Y "Wal J :is fs.-KSN , Sixty-seven 7' X Sixty-eight r usiness ffl Aiming for speed and clarity cribing their notes, these tutur goal. taries worked diligently ..,::' Y' u I their wx. 'f Slaves of the Tpyewriter WJ To achieve control, speed, and accuracy in typing was the end beginning type classes were working to achieve. Glenn R. Kenner Shorthand Il and Office Practice Shorthand Type Wa nda Scott Type Shorthand Commercial Law and Business Law ,....-.- Left: Eugene Wilson corrected a mistake while Dorthea Cox typed on undisturbed. - I l Alert minds, symbolic characters, mas- ters of the reed and scroll - apprentice scribes of the kingdom prepared them- selves for the achievement of greater heights in the business world. Below left: Demonstrating the ease of Operation of the electric mimeograph machine were Colleen Nielson and Joyce Seely. AQW' M N WW LaNora P. Allred English Bookkeeping Etta Jones Library Science Clerical Office Practice filnaful gcience Silence Would Be Golden Below center: With pen in hand these Library Science students Douglas Ogren Louise students were absorbed in iuggling fig- Johnson, Maynard Berg, Barbara Borget and ures and correcting errors in order to Wayne Thalman put into practice what they had make their books balance. learned concerning the library, of Seventy ,z Ae I Xu ro""U'v7 . ,, 1 Verbs, infinitives, gerunds, and participles all had a def- 'Xl ,- in.' . . . ie meaning to senior English students who worked many hours studying these terms. Sherman W. Wing Y English Dean of Boys a S' 1-2X Milton A. Nelson English World History Anna Smoot Taylor English Patient counselors labored daily to help their students master the art of writing and speaking correctly. Each day brought a new and baffling rule to add to the bewilderment of the scholars. No doubt they often wished for a magic lamp to consult when it came to gerunds, dangling participles, and diagraming. Whether by study or osmosis students managed to absorb most of the study matter their tutors presented to them. an lisli 9 All Thls an H0071 Q -. U Ni' P N 'x Slmlicspezwc Tool Leslie A. Wheeler Journalism English Francis Workman English Spanish Q-,X + XX 4 ,,.- Libbie C. Hayward English Dean of Girls 'SSE Q? As literature was an essential part the English Department, a day each week was given over to it. Frank Madsen, Bonnie Beck, Eloise Aitken, and Robert Durfey selected books on such an occasion. Qgb 2' Y Using the dictionary as a guide, Bruce Cloward, Audrea Gately, and Robert Keifer argued over the correct pronun- ciation of a word. ,W i 4 X . Q if lf' F y ff V Even lk 7 b 1 e a Q50 b . S-1, I ii I fp ' 4 aj QR! Sh Qu we f l Z, my ' l 1- M K X ,DIZ Gu i f ,- f '. Nr' ,, N rl, f i 1 Xl' X , H , I sl" l l An important part of every stage production was the stage crew. Weston Thatcher, Margaret Hundley, and Pauline Loy learned the intricate technique required. Stage manager Tom Hinckley was absent when picture was taken. Peeclz and gfagecfaaff l 1 - ,X Hollywood, Here We Come! QQ! From diligent training in speech has sprung at orators, actors, artists of makeup, and artists of stagecraft Entertainment took the form of pantomimes, dramatic and hu rous readings short plays, and speeches. --ai Behind-theescene workers Shirley Man- well, Margaret Gillies, and John Farley used . a little old-fashioned elbow grease to re- gkeihcollglllly move paint from a stage prop. EE 'ish Speech students Nelson -If ,I fazecraff Taylor, John Farley, Pat 1 ES Lansing and Anita Grone- man examine a manuscript in Max GoIightly's second- year speech class. Q 7 ,A .if if X N 1 ,,, tt l 1 1 I g X , F' If A i 1 l l l ir Ng' Qkih ' :EEA 1" Y - 4 v ' "fn Ill i p g flag, X BQ X Jura. if-"' . A X Asael Fisher CISSTOH H- Rl9bY Applied Ar, Commercial Art Clif Masters of the Old, Old Arts Fine Art Yearbook Whether riding the sands of the desert or resting in a nearby oasis, our fellow Arabians provided a sight that tempted the paint brushes of more than one student of Fine Art. Commercial Art classes kept our tribes in the know about current events by placing colorful posters in the halls. Those who studied Applied Art kept their individual tents in fine condition with lamps and tables they had made. Below left: Asael Fisher's Below right: Adding delicate Applied Art students, Thurman Blackley, Johnny Belmont, and Stan Moore intently watched Carl Broadhead plane his wood, but Shirl Groneman appeared uninterested. overtones to make their paint- ings complete were Helen Scott and Gloria Nuttall. Work- ing at the table were Mary Ammons, Norma Thorne, Jan- ise Vincent, Anita Groneman, and Pat Snow. t 2 5. Left: Ruth McKell, Beverly Christen, and Corene Williams admired the garments which clo- thing students had made during the year. 1 Lower: Carol Fulkerson, Gail Wayman, Shirley Waisner, and 'Y Vernita Durrant exhibited the finished product of their course in home canning. ii' omema ing The Spoon and the Needle Nimble fingers flew to and fro as the maidens of the palace skillfully fashioned robes of brocade and velvet to wear on special occasions. At the same time many young girls tried daily to learn the secrets in the preparation of rare and tasty delicacies that would tease the appetite of a young man. Lois J. Howell Advanced Clothing ll Elementary Clothing Homemaking ll Vesta W. Barnett Homeliving 117 .vw A -1 - ' 11 s .n C Sf 'Z 1 " ' ' - 2- ' N? , -X l .IRA In X W 1 ' , tiigxi A Seventy-four f , ,,, GG 54- ff' 2 Never let it be said that the girls who left the palace to start homes of their own went unprepared. The Homeliving Department did a thor- ough job of teaching seniors the sec- rets of a successful domestic life. Budgeting along with a course on the basic home nursing principles, taught the girls some of the essentials every prospective homemaker should know. Top: lt took a lot of figuring to get account books balanced. Mary Passa- rella Marilyn Ball, Catherine Abbott, and Janise Vincent concentrated on making their monthly expenditures balance with their income. Center: Jackie Berry used an over- sized thermometer to show Corrine Herman Frances Perteson, and Louise Hansen the proper procedure for read- ing a clinical thermometer. Included in the lesson was the importance of the cleanliness of all equipment. Bottom: Use soap, water, and fric- tion were the directions for washing hands during home nursing classes. Jeanne Loveless, Barbara Moore, Pris- cilla Boswell, Carol Fulkerson, Vernita Durrant, and Gail Wayman found it effective. S 0 .bl ' ' . ,E I '27 -lp.: .Lu- E151 5 6 1: I 1 c I is omeliving And They All Lived Happily Ever After Seventy-five Q Q Q-','.f1-"' " ' "'60"Q"n's'n'l'1s'x N., ' -. g.".r..- ..- ,,.fg?y:.?g.2ugqg3"u:g,gQ's5gs.W qifzlsl p xlsical Zaucafioni Bodies Lithe and Rhythmic Margrett V. Hansen Physical Education Dancing Afton D. Thompson Physical Education Foods and Nutrition Homemaking Accentuating grace, coordi and sports- manship, the Girls' Physical carried out a successful p Our Arabian dancing girls routines for the annual dance review to the inhabi- tants of the palace. Basketball, softball, soccer and volleyball were but a few of the athletics in girls participated gir s e of lovely develop and flowing Q- if iii' 'tgQ+1.i.f.-if-' -gisgSfgziegggggiw 5 O Q """"'+'+'430"0'Q O 9 Q 'iv 55 9 'nfs' +' .9 '.'.ta? feisilfio s 'asf . "-1:55.52-Se-rwzwgjyz . L 'fgsgifzs Q ., cg'-s?'+"L4'.e"A- ri, " w.'m:' 5 55 Qg'Q0',,"g'fo' 0' .g 'fa' Wi 0, I C :Pc "'32f.Q'2'?f.3..r,- .. ffiirgfg 4 Q -I "2ff:2,'-if iff' f 'X f Sfgfff sms on dis- Gym. Here a their during game of volleyball. -Q A volleyball team tried hard to score a point against their opponents. 0 S' si al Zbucafion The Gift of Hercules Although PHS boys may never ave the strength of a genii or the agility of an Indian rope-climbin artist, they did mighty well for themselves. Each day was spent i acquiring the skill it takes to excell in all sports. The boys built m cles and worked for top physical condition under the direction of c able instructors. Max Warner Physical Education Competitive Athletics Physiology Randy Clark World History Physical Education Competitive Athletics Glenn Simmons Physical Education Algebra I 49 up Q.. fr- Frank Whitney Biolo ' QY Physical Education Competitive Athletics .. ,,, Seventy-seven 'W-J '-. -'7 gm 2 4 W i L,. 'li Q i 4 5 5 XMIM!! 0 I I l I U DO ff xf? 'Qi "4 a' ,o , 1 4? , , ' ff , r 7" 1- , ' 9. .u-' . ll ' if 655:19 x .Vu 1? , - M .59 l. Xagkgi' 5 Q 4 014751 e qfzibifzon efze men feel . Jimmy Nusink D P y Roger Childs Ed Tangren Wewdell Miller D I Max Frampton Gordon Nelson Ar K - N- Z ,. I r 1 ' lj X I ' do r y if X ff ,fe Ak. I Y' K '. .A xxkx la. 'Mhrn 0 0 D W bn- ' - .X K K X x 1 M ify' xx i S.. 1' K Xl: L xv' :M ...W I! Q x fu. Alf d B tt P I Old yd G y R Jack Wright Bob Peay , c Scrapping Bulldogs were, first row: Don Peay, Alfred Bennett, Bob Jorgensen, Kay Marrott, Gordon Nelson, Wayne Kieth, Nephi Patton, Gilbert Olsen, Dave Lewis, Paul Oldroyd. Second row: Roger Childs, Ross Urie, Merlin Anderson, Wendall Miller, Jimmy Nusink, Kenneth Jackson, Robert Durfey, Ed Tangren, Gary Rasmussen, Frank Madson, Arlyn Sperry. Third row: Bob Peay, Jack Wright, Ted Draper, Max Frampton, Roger Larson, Neb Miller, Dean Isom, Mitchel Carter, Paul Kitchen, Danny Nisonger, and Ronald Moody. The crowd went wild as Wayne Keith carried the ball for more yardage in an attempt to raise the score. eighty-two Preseason Provo Ogden Provo American Fork Season Provo Davis Provo South Provo Carbon Provo East 7 Provo Jordon 7 Provo West Provo , J... Granite , 'fooflmll . . . They had brawh and brains and also zeal Coach Max Warner ""7 Nephi Patton Dave Lewis Co-Captain Co-Captain Provo High boys hit that line and hit S V Ag' it hard in the rough-and-tumble game of football. Courage and stamina were ev- idenced by every boy who engaged in this gridiron sport. Max Warner, Frank Witney, and Ran- 'I "f T' dy Clark put the spark into the boys g' ' that made them play to win. Coach Frank Witney Coach Randy Clark eighty three M, rl 3 A x ff . 4 i 5 V X if - t ,. i V Q... Robert Dvffey Merlin Anderson Kay Marrot DGHHY NlS0n9ef Roger Larson r i"""""' """' 'Q nm 'flu I Gridders scrambled after a fumbled ball during an onslaught with Carbon. The thoughts of these bench-warm- ers were evident during a tense mo- ment in the game. '9- K -. 9' NT X .pil ALQA 8 mg-: 11 Wayne Keith Paul Kitchen Gilbert Olsen 2 K' 3 av o 0 0 SlQ'l1i1lS. . 124. -123, 17 :Pic-Y ' l The triumph of a touchdown was reflected on Nj. Ihe faces of spectators, N 0 Prdvo Provo Provo Provo Provo Provo I9 Pleasant Grove 6 26 Spanish Fork , 0 20 Pleasant Grove 6 14 Springville . 6 I3 Payson 6 , I4 I3 Lincoln I5 Members of the Sophomore gridiron team were, first row: Ed Firmage, Jess Hollerman, Donald Field, Jan Bee, Mike Hinkley, Wally Howell, Jerry Harris Robert Gardener. Second row: Gordon Murdock, Rudy Vigil, Arlan Jeppson Byron Rasmussen, David Nusink, Paul Dalebout, Paul Christensen, Dale Lewis, Ronald Morain, Robert Beckerstaff, David Berry, Jay Perry, Martin Muzurie, Melvin Thompson. I I goplzomofze gciua Sophomores At times the going got rough for the Bulldogs, but until the final gun sounded the fight with Carbon continued. eighty-five eighty-six gaslzeflmu XJ 4933939 N WEA! an I ' '77 Nephi Patton Dean Isom Kenneth Jackson Jay Schoppmann Arlyn Sperry Jack Wright Neb Miller Jay Beal Hal Holland Dave Lewis Co-Captains The hills ring back the cry . . :.. 12 U lly Vt Q7 if Paul Oldroyd Max Frampton Paul Kitchen Dell Timpson In or out'? That is the question as Paul Kitchen 1287 made a set-up in the game against Davis. Bulldogs formed a de- fensive net as Jordan at- tempted to throw the ball. eighty-seven nnpvv Provo High School boast- ed a hard-fighting group of cagers who, under the coaching of Mentor Randy Clark, put their hearts into every game and played to win. Cut short in their bid for a tournament berth, the scrappy Bulldogs neverthe- less captured fourth place in Big Eight play. Fast action good playing and sports manshlp were witnessed at each Provo High game no matter which team was victor Provo Provo Provo Provo Provo Provo Provo Provo Provo BASKETBALL SCORES Pre-Season Alumni S S Cyprus S American Fork B. Y. High S Melvin Thomson and Paul Jones Athletic Manage rs 67 20 40 38 Cyprus S S. 36 50 B. Y. High S Lincoln S S Springville Lehi S S43 S31 Season Provo East S S Provo West SSSS Provo South S Provo Davis Provo Granite S Provo Jordan Provo West S Provo South Provo Davis Provo Jordan S Provo Carbon SS S37 28 SS SSS 61 46 37 SS56 40 S SS 80 4? ,SS56 51 H" l . L.. Junior Varsity hoopsters won a good percentage ot the games played. The bulldog pups were, first row: Arlan Jeppsen, Lee , Braithwaite, Jess Hollerman, Russel Jones, Kay Lewis, Glendon 1 Hatch. Second row: Paul Dalebout, Dale Lewis, Calvin Jolley, Floyd Robertson, and Bob Blackley. V' ll rg ! -"' 0 The Sophomores, too, were in the swing. Bulldog Pup Bob Blackley tried for an Dean lsom attempted a shot from out extra point to raise the score. side the keyhole. Pepsters Bonnie Barker, Milo Calder, and Sue Jenkins were behind the team all the- way. Dur'ng the basketball season the sports arena resounded with the echos of the yells that the Junior Varsity cheer squad brought forth from the crowds. The peppy team led the support that helped Junior Bulldog cagers win many a game. uniofz Glzeefz feabefts li With our Victory cry the halls did ring. ,si Q M XXX ' J A in xxi IQ. , X H D Adding variety and pep to prelimin- ary games were Junior Varsity cheer- leaders: Sue Jenkins, Milo Calder, and Bonnie Barker. ninety-one P,- John Belmont Leona Aston Ina Wolsey Jimmy Penrod Virginia Ritchie Jimmy Penrod, Ina Wolsey, Leona Aston, Virginia Ritchie, and John Belmont led the way in keeping school spirit at a high pitch during the different sport seasons. 1 , - if if so S4 sfivsifgwi X "5 5 ,E fr. A F at I ri ti , ,, J. 4 . 4, silfx- - ww Af? .NF feabezs Hexe for honors Cach will vie . . "Vip, vim, and vigor" was shown by our varsity cheerleaders, who led the student body through a riproarious football and basketball season. Clever words ancl actions brought forth ear-shattering roars that were typical of a high-spirited school. vale '9- fxm! T '33 QGI6 . . . White on the green. .7- Practicing up on their putting form were: . W Bill Lewis Wayne Wilde Theodore Bills Qlfwp 5 1 Working out on the g -: .un erl -' ire ion of Glenn R. Kenner were - - t ur lin en. With practice on Provo's eigh le -aff: Jw behind them Provo High's . -- s competition with other sch 64' .- :Z fi iff ,. 1 yi. X :HQ f Clyde LBSSSFI Coach Glenn R. Kenner Raymond Brawn ni nety-four Golfers were, first row: Bill Lewis, Wayne Wilde. Second row: Theodore Bills, Coach Ken- ner, Raymond Brawn, Clyde Lassen. fzefsflin D' yu give? Gordon Nelson and Gary Rasmussen perfected wrestling holds during a sixth-period mat session. Matmen were, first row: Gary Ras- mussen, Mitchell Carter, Gordon Nel- son, Charles Pope, Grant Watkins, Paul Jones. Sezond row: Larry Wardle, Reed Weight, Byron Rasmussen, Wen- dell Miller, Jerry Byergo, Michael Hinckley. Third row: John Clark, Ken- ny Jolley, Roger Larsen, David Berry, Robert Gardner, Merlin Anderson, Danny Nisonger. Fourth row: Bob Vernon, Ed Firmage, Don Cox, Ralph Larsen, Rudy Virgil, Robert Allshouse. 1 s- ' sf SHS O i ll l Charles Pope seemed to be getting the best of Grant Watkins in a prac- tice match. sf 1 s. Track . . . Thin clads Cindermen of Provo High were, first row: Merlin Anderson, Gilbert Olsen, Wayne Keith, Kay Marrott,llyn Garrick, Ted Draper, Dan White, Paul Christensen. Second row: David Willis, Lou Harris, Owen Orton, Gary Rasmussen, Byron Rasmussen, Rudy Vigil, Robert Vernon, Edwin Crockett, Ed Firmage, Third row: Ross Urie, Dick Anderson, Gene Lamb, Ronald Mooney, Arlen Jeppsen, Ralph Larsen, Robert Gardner, Roger Larsen, Calvin Jolley, Coach Max Warner. Absent were: Coach Simmons, John Clark, Frank i Madsen, Dean Isom, Nephi Patton, Reed l Weight, Ray Olsen, Paul Jones. Trackmen worked out on the cinders and sawdust to perfect their timing and coordination in preparation for the state, regional and invitational track meets. The thinclads threw the discus, shotput, and iavelin, and rose to new heights in the pole vaulting and high iump events. D - , , It tock Ronald Mooney man Weeks Of rigid training were hours of exhilarating wafkaur fewaffled bY the fma"1mem of to be able to throw the laveli 'he Sk'llS Of hlgh lUmP'n9- .llYn with accuracy and grace Garrick demonstrated his ability. O O O Set point ,.... Arlyn Sperry, Donald Lord, Max Frampton and Bob QD S Blackley, Provo netters, were well supplied with the agility 'P X - and fleetness necessary to win their tennis matches. Gary Madsen, another tenniseer, was absent when picture was taken. mi. X - K2 Wayne Keith, Kay Marrit, and Gary Rasmussen jumped the hurdles with the effort- less ease that comes with daily practice. With coordination of mind and body working togeth- er, Gary Rasmussen leaped through the air with dex- terity and precision. 'H ni nety-seven - u I l ninety-eight L V l o ...fo The dugout was the Q I Q home of the Provo xiom ,l-if Sluggers during each Nl f Q' baseball game. 'K ' 3 NN 3. o 1' 123 L Dell Timpson smashed ' Sai K a double to left field , '17 SA that brought a man in XQ To score. fans got the at a with pple EGSZIJGU . . . Batter up oil! X Q- ang? Z 1 C lfffl 'sy omg Nr ,N...,, Baseball sluggers were, first row: Kay Lewis, Charles Pope, Bob Jorgensen, Dell Timpson, Melvyn Thompson, Don Cox, Kenneth Jackson, Nephi Patton. Second row: Glendon Hatch, Wen- dell Miller, Gilbert Olsen, Bob Blackley, Perry Calder, Arlyn Sperry, Neb Miller, Paul Kitchen, Coach Randy Clark. Ronald Anderson. Third row: Mike Andrews, Paul Dalebout, Jess Hollerman, Kerry Campbell, Russell Jones, Bill Ewell, Dale Lewis, Ed Tangren, Provo High baseball sluggers prepared themselves for competition in league play as Coach Randy Clark spent many hours drilling his "big nine" on the hows and whys of baseball. Hits, runs, and homers were the rewarcl of the many weeks of strenuous spring J training. ninety-nine I cfivifies . . . one hundred one V up-M Bruce Riddle's band supplied the music as starry-eyed sweet- hearts danced their way through the evening. one hundred two wee eafzf Cupid reigned Supreme Reigning as Sweetheart Queen was Aston center with royal at Leona , , tendants: Carla Dawn Cheny, Colleen J nene Lawrence, Ina Wolsey, and ea Parker. Cupid and his arrow went to work and gathered a near record d at the Sweetheart Ball, crow which was held at the Social Hall on the BYU campus. Maidens of Provo High presented a dance review depicting "Our Heri- tage." Dances were woven around the past, present, and future. Donna Rae Nelson, Pauline Para- more, and Pat Daniels were dancers in the Rise and Fall dance. ance Review . . . Our Heritage Margrett V. Hansen, shown with Floy Moody and Helen Scott, participants in the Negro Spiritual, directed and produced the presentation. The weird costumes of Barb- ara Hurst, Lile Buchanan, Lynn Ann Taylor, and Bonnie Bray were mace to represent a scene from the present. fs? ff ' ,? . 7' ' iff' f'!'7 I 1 x lj 94 cgi Leg- if , 1? Nice" the Girls' Day assembly was builtrarocirfd the Petty Girl and an appropriate activity of each month of the year. qifzls' Dax, . . . ICve1'ything' Nice The receiving line for the Mothers' and Daughters' Tea was composed of Afton Thompson, Wanda Scott, Mar- grett Hansen, Anna Taylor, Libby Hayward, Lois Klein, Ann Wood, and Marilyn Foutz. Sally Bown, chairman of the Moth- ers' and Daughters' Tea, and Sybil Clarke, chairman of the Fashion Re- view, prepared a very entertaining afternoon for girls and their mothers. Both the tea and the review were held in the afternoon, while boys en- joyed a holiday. These five girls did an ex- cellent iob of serving those who attended the tea. They were: Mary Ann Harding, Floy Moody, Sally Bown, Sandy Gifford, and Marion Madsen. 'Oh N 1 Y' up i- ,s Mid' mf g VAS 'X A I . -i 17 ., - , Ke x A . I ' ' W M 2,1 A . ' ge . . . , , . W. H s 2 mga t K k x. 5. J . ' if N4 W - ' , 5' gin ' , , 'I' , ,. I gi 3152 a, 5 if Q , 6 5 'A . 4 K I .Y Q '4 ' 'sd " 3 ' ' . 1 ' n' V , :N M 4' u . U A . . .. - l E v 1. , f' T. '- ' 1 o - F ' A 'Q ' 0 . uf '- r 1 4 ln 0 O IK 911' 2' 'I Sophomore and iunior girls were more thor- oughly initiated into the school by Girls' Captains. First row: Sally Tueller, Fae Loveless, RoeMae Theobald, Cozette Stewart, Janise Vincent, Nor- ma Burnside, Glennetta R. Bennett. Second row: Reva Baxter, Gail Wayman, Shirley Wilson, Carol Fulkerson, Mona Bryner, Barbara Moore, Joyce Seeley. one hundred six qifzls' Gfzganizafion Court Harem Ann Wood, Lois Klein, and Janet Gammon, vice-president, president, and secretary of the Girls' Organiza- tion, worked diligently to plan enter- taining activities for the enioyment of girls. wil l fd , 5 ' ' , . X fl , yr. ryr,..1 , T he goal of helping girls become better acquainted was achieved by Girls' Captains. First row: Doris Dixon, Karma Boardman, Mary Carol Hed- quist, Vickie Brady, Priscilla Boswell, Pat ene Anderson, Nancy Gammell, Jean- Parker, Betty Rae Mahana. Second row: Jane Clyde, Colleen N. Spencer, Coll een Lawrence, Louise Hansen, Margie Jones, Edith Taylor, Loyce Nelson, Nancy McCurdy, Pat Snow, Nor ma Joyce Thorne. oils fzganizafion qheikss of Araby Clark Jolley, vice-president, Paul Kitchen, secretary, and Nephi Patton, president, carried out the executive d t' ' ' u ies of the Boys Organization. Working as a team, they took charge of such events as the B ' oys Jamboree and Boys' Day. Acting in the capacity of Girls' Captains were, first row. E l - ve yn Bar- ker, Gail Gray, Verla Crockett Paul I - ine Loy, Jackie Berry, Carol Lewis. Second row: Carole Jensen Glor' , ia lames Leah Cro l . , wev, Sally Bown, S b'l Cl k y I ar e, Jo Ann Gay. """".g.. X X I i I i K . uw . -as NN rf" 155' E - W .-99 TQ" ssl one hundred seven Juniors got a thrill that comes only once in a lifetime as they descended the stairs in the Junior Promenade. uk ji ff one hundred eight , A kilo Egyptian agriculture, religion, and culture were portrayed in pantomime and dance by the Juniors. David Mitchell, Mary Lou Thorne, Janet Ken- ner, and Anne Cullimore, Junior Prom and as- sembly committee heads, spent extra time and effort to weave the activities around the theme of "Exotic Egypt." I I C Exotic Iigypt A crowded ballroom, girls and boys attired in spring dress, and an Egyptian atmosphere combined to make the Junior Prom a dance to remember. , 5' ' ,- A scene in the court of an Egyptian pharoah was enacted by dancers, slaves, and harem girls. During intermission dancers talked Day activities. l il " fr 2 , 'l 7,533 1, W l T,Qig,jQ ' l y i .t If 'tba' it "fi V 3"4li"l l l .,: :II ' l,l.7P1wwl ,C,f"iJi.f v 14 u s' .l if' Xb Xl:5lQlRE,,! ' K li QA t ffxyg - 50' Q-j about Junior one hundred nine l.ois Klein Leona Aston Chosen to welcome old friends back Charming Leona Aston was chosen as to PHS was radiant Lois Klein. With a "Sweetheart of the School." Wt a cheery hello for all, the vivacious, brown- friendly smile our sparkling ch eyed brunette reigned over Alumni Day. ruled over the Sweetheart one hundred ten Jo Ann Gay Presiding as queen over Girls' Day festivities was JoAnn Gay, a girl with a captivating pers- onality and a winning smile. ueens ana Kings . . . Elected nobility fd An Il-round spo s- man, N phi Patton wa C! osen y Provo High ' rls t ferred an. lj Gilbert Olsen, a hand- some representative of the male population of the school, was honored as King of Boys' Day. ow fl fj C, ,f X 0, , il fixx L l X ' .Qi ' .. E71 V r l- g us e - 4 ' Ck' ,,i lr Ks r one hundred eleven . . . revealing bits of humor and "Autumn Nocturne," a stroll through the park . . . drama from ever da lives of Y Y people we know. Yiilizeiefzence one hundred twelve Mz1iden'S Choice Dancers were caught in the atmosphere of the evening and whirled as dry leaves tossed on the breath of autumn. Colleen Cornum, date of Nephi Patton, watched as Gloria James placed the crown of preference upon his head. eniofz Hop Iiveningg' In Paris The mood of an evening in Paris wasgpreated by twinkling stars against' 'iwibackground of color and art,-g ' 1 ,. h :' ' t 5 f 'i 1 . A s x f .xx -, ,,,. xwsx g ' ' ws, An "American in iParis" was greeted by the laughter and gaiety of the Cafe Parke: 1 4 , af' x-EX li in I .- I The citygfof enchantment with its beagtiful women and soft lights, where people from many lands paused for a glimpse of gay Paris."-My Af- 5' ,' , 5 1' u f if An eveninglx dance, a silent breeze - and yexxall is not well. Paree' was too Qiych fgs my cheree'. X i t K .Ns one hundred thirteen I N Former students renewed old acquaintances during the Alumni Dance. Wi 'L With the theme, "Turn Back the Hands of Time," the assembly cast portrayed teachers, friends and students of yester-year. -7 H ' 'f " " " l ,WJ l I ,i lk ' ll in omecowun 'N' ff'-wwf - 1 H , Remember Me Happy in spite of losing the game, students danced to the music of Jan Bee's orchestra. Pat Watts watched as Dale Olsen placed the crown on Alumni Queen Lois Klein. At- Alumnus Joe Wei ht Sp-,of for . 9 I tendants were Karen Christensen 3 basket as provo players Watch- and JO Ann GBY- ed poised for the rebound. one hundred fourteen ,fig Kanfeen Interest was centered on the W eight-ball. Pool, ping-pong, table ,,, ff- -'K games and other activities were "-5 open to Provo and B. Y. High --, students. f"!? ""r'X I A -'fir' A ' fi f 4 f i if x.'T'N"' 'Q' -' , ' X s -' .vig 5' Celebrating a pre-season vic- tory over Lincoln, students en- ioyed a dance sponsored by the Teen Kanteen. 'Z-Q. 5 5 ig.. D f5UgyE:students worked hard to ccbnplecit nteen float. vxfshg fri 'fs -xr, ...Q N FS. S X X? i . tim 'S N ' X 3 XX X Xa i , A . if .F '1 L . , 5' , ,X . 2 Q 1, 5- . ft' rf' one hundred fifteen Day dreams ranged from lead- er ofa name band to experiences in the army. ,A Zgoplwmofze win .X l-3zii'ol'mit Frolic They danced away in stocking feet. Rhythm was a constant beat, making it a night complete one hundred sixteen Sophomores portrayed their secret ambitions to the "Dream theme. Their school hours were filled with thoughts of what they wanted most to be in life f 4 1 i S-Q Stylish stocking steppgdfto' syncopated songs xx h fpybxj F fgzm N K ,N .f -. if i 1 X ' f 4 if l t IL, 'Ui iran I 'Ulf Bug tr',jf",-J' ,c 'Il' Eight potentlal men won honors for their gallant efforts ln the beard growmg contest OS 'M' Rama wmv tot tc Boys J! sat' 'T fo 15 ln the battle of slze agaunst number durrng the Boys Jamboree number won hands down 4-rl 'lf Lhlxlll Mh5 Durmg lntermrsslon at the Boys Day Dance Nephl Patton crowned Gnlbert Ol sen Kung of Boys He was announced wmner during the Boys Jamboree Dreamy couples danced to the music of Fred Loveless orchestra at our annual Boys' Day Dance Phi Gamma Psi members were, first row: Karma Boardman, secretary, Lenadra McKell, vice president, Marilyn Foutz, president. Second row: Joyce Seeley, Elaine F. Davis, Janet Smith, Jeanene Parker, Peggy Eggertsen, Loyce Nelson, Gail Way- man, Karla Dawn Cheney, Norma Burnside, Jackie Berry, Sybil Clarke. Third row: Diane Ahlander, Joyce D. Cromer, JoAnn Parsons, Priscilla Boswell, Sally Tueller, Mona Bryner, Nancy McCurdy, Vickie Brady, Mariorie Bird, Carol Jensen, Betty Rae Mahana, Phyllis Reese, Mary Carol Hedquist, Aretta Denny. Fourth row: Paul- ine Loy, Paula Borget, Myrna Giraud, Vernita Durrant, Diane Neilsen, Renee Vach- er, Donna Brown, Marlene Thayer, Gloria James, Jane Clyde, Karen Christenson, Virginia Peterson, Judith Brown, Fifth row: Colleen Cornum, Pat Anderson, Ruth McKell, Verla Crockett, Gail Gray, Alice Mecham, Carol Fulkerson, Lois Klein, Sally Bown, Leah Ruth Crowley, JoAnn Gay, ReNae Green, Reva Baxter, Mariorie Jones, Edith Taylor, Joan Christensen. The Phi Gamma Psi, newly or- ganized Senior girls' club, got well established this year. Their aim was to promote unity in the senior girls so that in years to come they could keep in contact with each other. Many informa- tive lectures were enjoyed by the group. Their schedule also in- cluded an initiation banquet and the sponsoring of the Sweetheart Ball. phi gamma si D58 Glub Merchzmts of the Realm Retail merchants in the making were the members of the Distrib- utive Education Club. Field trips to various business establish- ments were tal-Qen to familiarize students with business proced- ures. The whole- class was sched- uled to attend the State DEC Con- vention held in April. Bringing honor to the school and club were Karl Wood and RoeMae Theobald, who were el- ected vice presaident and secre- tary of the State DEC Club. Tradesmen were,first row: Wayne Keith, Collene Cornum, Karma Boardman, Mary Tregeagle, Evan Golding, president, Donell Walker, Leona Aston, Renee Vacher. Second row: Sally Bown, Carol Fulkerson, RoeMae Theobold, Marilyn Buckner, Barbara Linford, Merlene Hinckley. Third row: Paula Borget, Venita Dur- rant, Karma Bell, Louise Hansen, LaVon G. Skinner, Joyce Smith, JoAnn Moore, Arnold Berguson, Adviser. Fourth row: Ronald Mann, Karl Wood, Donald Hall, Clyde Lassen, Lew Harris, Raymond Brawn, Almo Simmons. i 9,17 1" fret If Cl IJ yf A ' l u ig , , Slick Board Artists I 1 ' ll 1 mil 4 Happy were those who mastered the art of skimming along over K A , g , ' the powdered snow with no fears of ending up in a iumbled heap ' LY 'NJ' somewhere along the trail. Those who attempted the feat were, first row, Reed Weight, Weston Thatcher, president, Jane Clyde, secretary, Karl Wood, vice president, Marilyn Foutz, Diane Neilson, Ann Shipley, Lynn Ann Taylor. Sec- ond row: Paul Christensen, Pat Beazer, Howard Reed, Nile Jensen, Alice Mecham, Jimmy Leonard, Larry Wilson. Third row: Dayton Hughes, ad- visor, Edwin Crockett, Gary Penrod, Tom Pierpont, Sally Bown, Virginian Everhardt. Fourth row, Gail Wayman, Le- nadra McKell, Milo Calder, Karla Dawn Cheney, Jackie Gatenby, Ronald Baily. Fifth row, Mary Ann Harding, Carol Jensen, Joyce Erickson. Sixth row: Helen Nelson, Karla Mar- shall, Maxine Grosiean. Traveling on a magic carpet of interpretation to study the Spanish language and customs were, first row: Carol Smith, Evelyn Wright, Sandra Nelson, Col- leen Pritchett, Sally Irwin. Second row: Dick Bucannon, Venita Pulsipher, Shelda Jacobsen, Dixie Pulsipher, Joan Saugy, Shirley Hogenson. Third row: Dick Gam- mon, Max Lund, Thomas Greer, Tad Hayman, Bill Lewis, Lloyd Shurtleff. Fourth row: Ivan Johnson, Dick Dolinar, Francis Workman, Advisor, Robert Heringer, Rudie Virgil. Es Y espian Actors Guild Students studying seriously to be dra- matists made up the Thespian Troop. ,X I Charter members were, first row: JoAnn Green, Pauline Paramore, Ernest Tsaliky, president, Paula Borget, Alaire Buttle, Janice Bincent, Alice Mecham. Second row: Pat Lansing, Lynn Anne Taylor, Vera Mecham, Anita Groneman, Max Go- lightly, Adviser, John Farley, Pat Snow, Margaret Gillies, Pat Watts, and Renee Green. Deltafe Pro and Con Preparing for high status in ora- tory were Forensic members, first row: Anne Kitchen, Darlene Davis, Larry Farnworth, Dayton Hughes, Adviser, Pat Watts, Nadine Stew- art. Second row: Geraldine Adams, Norma Larsen, Kathleen Rasmussen, Ann Wood, David Mitchell, Norma Thorne, Carol Smith, Maxine Gros- iean, Roy Sorrell. Third row: Lola Mecham, Kent Westwood, Mary Carol Wayrnan, Gary Gammon, Eu- gene Jenson, Jack Lee, Paul Boyack, Dorothy Davis, David Williams, Jimmy Farmer. Stan Taylor, Dale Lewis, Sharon Brian, Sheila Wil- Iiams, Georgia Herringer, and Anne Cullimore were absent when pic- ture was taken. One hundred twenty Z g anis at -'fs South ot the Border .,- , Dramatic Art Club members took a brief intermission from their .-1, busy roster of preparing short plays, panto- 'zamafic at The Members of the GAA engaged in keen competition with girls from other schools. Volleyball and basketball games, played with enthusiasm and spirit, provided an outlet for stored-up energy. . . if Q f ...ess X Q .ss , , mimes, and readings, to pose for their yearbook picture. Show Must Go On. q.a.a. The Weaker Sex? Members were, first row: Lydia Ulibarri, Shirley Elliott, Evelyn Barker, president, Janet Smith, Joan McCall. Second row: Donna Naylor, Jeri Deane Tregeagle, Virginia Everhardt, Nancy McCurdy, Eloise Aitken, Third row. Norma Larsen, Shirley Johnston, Helen Higgins, Lila Cameron, Pat Griffith, Margaret V. Hansen, Advisor. Fourth row: Sharleen Best, Margaret Gillies, Lorlee Olsen, Ouanda Goad, and Carol Trimble. One hundred twenty-one Dae prev. Pzzlzice Plziyors Enchanted Us Two brothers who weren't on speaking terms "The Lost Elevator" provided the setting for a lover s' provided the plot for this humorous tale. In a quarrel. The cast included Bill Lewis, George King, scene from the play were Ernest Tsalaky, Tom Dale Olsen, Hildred Neilsen, Marion Cluff, Nancy Jo. Waiters, Pat Snow, John Farl . nita Grone- Harding, Bob Peay, Colleen Kitchen, Ronald Bailey, man completed the cast. , ' and Marilyn Halliday. .fl E P grry . ., it- K NS-' lg DAC players presented a play of the 1920's which involved a cursed necklace that was stolen to gain love. Louise Lar- sen, Georgia Herringer, Mary Lou Thorne, Juanita Madsen, and Eloise Ait- ken carried the dialogue. one hundred twenty-two Kell lYQll'C Here to Serve You wwf Murray, South, and Provo Key Clubs got together for an inter-club dance. feaekmen Glulv All for One amd 95 Members of the Key Club, a branch of the Provo Kiwanis Club and the service organization of the school, sold candy and ushered at home basketball games. First row: John McAdams, Kiwanis sponsor, David Stone, Edwin Crockett, vice president, Nile Jensen, president, Eugene King, secretary, Gary Penrod, treas- urer, Charles Jones, Francis Workman, Advisor. Second row: Claud Snow, Byron Davenport, Charles Pope, Evan Taylor, Milo Calder, Karl Wood, Gene Moulton, Stan Cameron, Scott Coles. Third row: Kent Westwood, Illyn Garrick, Ralph Jorgensen, Ronald Stringham, Dick Anderson, Charles Mitchell, Glen McClain, David Worthen, Merlin Kitchen, Ray Madsen. One for All Bringing fame and honor to the school were the Lettermen. Those who excelled in the different athletic events were, first row: Grant Watkins, Paul Christensen, DellTimpson, Gordon Lettermen in action. Nelson, vice president, Gilbert Olsen, president, Nephi Patton, Merlin Anderson, Roger Larson, Don Peay, Dave Lewis. Second row: Don Cox, Reed Weight, Kenneth Jackson, Robert Durfey, Hal Holland, Gary Rasmussen, Ed Tangren, Bob Jorgensen, Roger Childs, Wayne Keith. Third row, Max Frampton, Jack Wright, Kay Marrott, Paul Oldroyd, Dean Isom, Neb Miller, Wendell Miller, Lawrence McCall, Paul Kitchen. Qclwol Court ' 1 Hi T 5 pq -2 Max Gollghlw ings all ofznin A dramatic atmosphere prevailed at the pre- sentation of "Wings of the Morning", the first school play. Under the expert coaching of Direc- tor Max Golightly the students skillfully executed their parts. The action centered around a doctor who took a group of disillusioned people to his remote mountain estate to help them solve their problems through self-realization. Joyce Calvert Adrian Powell -, David Bannin Tonio Di Silvistri Benedetta .s,,.,ss, Effie , ss,,s,,.,,,, A Master Geoffre Stanley Gordon Loa ..,,,. .,,s , , ,..sss g s,,,, Eben Forthrig ht Carlotta s..s,,A,,, .,s,,, Miss Wanley .,..ss Mrs. Ellis ,s,s.,,,,,s Trudy .sss,,, ..ss, , Y Ellen ..,....sssssY.,.,,,,, CAST ' El: 4 W Jo Ann Green Pat Lansing Gene Stewart Ronald Bailie John Farley Bill Lewis Carol Madsen Lynn Anne Taylor Pat Watts Pat Beazer , RaNae Green , Diane Ahlander Wayne Keith , Ruth Ellen Jones Ernest Tsalaky pldkls Ifhmtcitztinment James Carr Anne Carr D DD Larry Carr Jody Carr Marilyn Bain DD DD Phil Dargan D DD T. F. Dowd Gertrude Dowd Mary Lou Dowd Mrs. Klump D Barlow D Jack Decker D Lester Finch D Lori D was Excellent D. Eugene King Ann Cullimore D D Douglas Ogren Alaire Buttle DD Mary Jo Paramore DD Andy Mostert D DD Ronald Bailie Pauline Paramore Erlynne Wright Evolo Harrison DD David Mitchell Jim Penrod Nelson Taylor Norma Thorne A delightful three-act comedy pre- sented by first-rate performers kept the audience in a jovial mood from first curtain to last. The play was a farce woven around the hilarious antics of a college boy who, with a little persuasion, hypnotized nearly half of the cast is 1 xl""'l S V is S E74 ed 9 Efifzsf fall it N' D , D 7 1 T. 5 .l M4 Y f Precision marchers were, first row: Norma Burnside, Verlene Brady, Sally Bown P' 'll B 4 Forty-eight maidens of the palace banded together to provide entertainment at the football and basketball games. Displaying precision and skill in their marching, the Pep Club lent color and spirit to all the games. 1---Y One hundred twenty-six , risci a oswell, Loyce Nelson, Colleen Law- rence. Second row: Marjorie Jones, Marjorie Bird, Louise Hansen, Edith Taylor, Sally Tueller, Lois Klein, Jeanene Parker Absent whe . n picture was taken were Lorna Boyns, Joyce Henrichsen. ep Precision Marches Providing entertainment during halftime were, first row: Glennetta R. Bennett, Diane Ahlander, Marilyn Foutz, Mary Carol Hedquist, Diane Nielson, Pauline Loy, Peggy Eggertsen, ReNee Vacher. Second row: Kar- ma Boardman, Evelyn Bar- ker, Jackie Berry, Colleen Cornum, Pat Anderson, Al- ice Mecham, Gail Gray, Roe Mae Theobald. Performing snappy routines were, first row: Myrna Giraud, Jane Clyde, Karla Dawn Cheney, Mona Bryner, secretary, Shirley Wilson, president, Gloria James, vice-president, Gail Wayman, Karen Christensen, Margrett Hansen, adviser. Second row: Corrine Herman, JoAnn Gay, Lenadra McKeIl, Colleen N. Spencer Barbara Moore, Paula Borget, Hilma Chestnut, ReNae Green, Jeanne Loveless. Rain or shine, Karl Wood was always there to supply rhythm for the Pep Club. 'i . If Q v v , ' U ,g ,R 'fwnlezs i V , J s. 5- X. 'v " f ' . . C ' was T Hlgh Steppers ar Peppy twirlers strutted in Christmas and BYU Home- coming parades. Lois Olsen, Kathleen Rasmussen, Marjorie Bird, and Veloy Washburn added spice to the marching band. Barbara Ferrell, who completed the quintet, was absent when pictures were taken. Arr p'lO00l'UCZl'l 'l'l1ei1' News Was Good News Gallies, proofs, and dummies became by-words of every member of the Provonian Staff, but especially were they leading in Editor Jeanene Parker's vocabu- lary. She worked diligently with Leslie Wheeler, ad- viser, and members of her staff to bring an interesting newspaper to the student body and invaluable ex- perience to those who aided in its publication. Here the basic fundamentals were gained by tomorrow's city editors, reporters, and newsboys. Here was tomorrow's news source. 3. Advisor Leslie A. Wheeler and Reporters Mary Passarella and Marilyn Ball looked over the Provonian headline schedule. David Mitchell, Assistant Feature Edi- tor, Pat Daniel, News Editor, Norma Thorne, Feature Editor, and LaRee Jones, Society Editor, along with the Editor-in- chief, composed the Editorial staff of the Provonian. 15 ,J 'Lf 4. . ' .fQf'.Pfgg,'3j -Q. -iffy- 1 Sports Editor Roger Larson and Pho Glen Van Wagenen select the est sports picture for page four xql. l pfzolog 'fzilw zz Numlwi' Co-Business Managers JoAnne Little- field and Maxine Grosiean took over the business responsibilities of our news- paper. , Q 1 sg. ,,4r' Comprising the staff of the Pro Log, student directory, was the Journalism A class. The ed- itorial staff of this annual publication consisted of, top picture, first row: Bonnie Barker, Gertrude Chavez, Joyce Hassenfritz, and Sue Jenkins. Second row: Sally Irwin, Marilyn Niller, Jeanee Eggertsen, Dolly Workman, Don Woodward, and Anne Wood. Salesmen for the Pro Log were, middle picture, first row: Norma Larson, Dick Kolinar, and Barbara Markham. Second row: Bill Lewis, JoAnn Laws, Kathleen Jorgensen, and Nancy Christensen. Bottom picture Anne Wood and Sally Irwin, Co-Editors, JoAnn Laws and Barbara Markham, Business Managers, and Leslie A. Wneeler, ad- visor. one hundred twenty nine IP' rf ation of Q Q were Gail Wayman and Taylor organized the club and Helen Scott planned Handling ad sales were Sally Bown and Frank Mad- sen, Business Managers, with Faculty Adviser Glenn R. Kenner. Under the guidance of Sherman Wing, Literary Ed- itors Mona Bryner and Jean- ene Parker, with Helen Keith as assistant, worked many hours to describ the happenings reco in the yearbook. , at c Y , Q S f' ,HAS C7 fe a ff SQ gf 1,1 2 --The-1 3 f f J Q K Q if gryf Z VX KYN ng and organizing events were, top picture Audrea Gateley, lunxors , sophomores, Donnell Second row Dell f'B endeavors fY't?s ' ousawl dm Fizz, luis" H, ever tob gotten high school s und advice Dal t Editor, Harold ff Graehl, Ass9:iljYearbook itor. M S Q fxfy il .Z L4 -LJR-J C qfxlv K Q KN et this 1gaLMS "A Thousand a C' fv K riences r ed on thesemgr ' umshgrt chapte in X- oo but no ma WTOTTVHNI , it i still the C Mt hi prized in our treasugg chiefs?-1 mem ries. "Q 7,-.Q 'jp Q w f- H fx 5 " Qfffigf 5 J fi f 3 3- e . c F-A -4 -Quan 1 xx P If -A .- Pushing sal o were salesmen, first row: Karl Wood. econ row: Donnell Walker, l.aDawn Noble, Janet Kenner, Alice Mecham. Third row: Job Startup, Pat Beazer, Jill Clarke, Anne Cullimore, and Mary Lou Thorne. Absent were: David Mitchell, Mari- lyn Foutz, Virginia Ritchie. one hundred thirty one one hundred thirty-Two .mi ,. l U 1 Bvefzfcsm 9 one hundred thirty-th ree 1 J v. I , "S" , it R : 4 an lr! 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J Enioying the spring sunshine and The lates? bit of gossip were a group of sopho- more girls. ?. 83:3 A Typical scene at Provo High - food, food, and more food. one hundred forty-one Barylyn Baker: ,Seminary grad- -,A -- --- One Catherine Abbott: assemblies, 50 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 52, office help, 52. Diane Ahlander: Student body sec. 52, legislative council 52: honor roll, 50, committees 51 52, red cross, 50, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate 51, dance review, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, float 51, of- fice help, 52, "Wings of the Morning, "Waiting tor Lefty" 52, D.A.C. 52, i-ep Club 52. Mary Ammons: Girls' Concert Cnorus, 52. Eugene Anderson Howard Anderson: committees, 52, assemblies, 52, Debate, 51 52, Provonian, 51. Pat Anderson: committees, 52, assemblies, 51, Seminary grad- uate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 5-2, Pep Club 52. Dean Ash: legislative, 50, red cross, 50, home room rep., 50, Leona Aston: legislative, 52: com- mittees, 52, red cross, 52: home room rep., 52. assem- blies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 52, dance review, 52, Sweetheart ball queen 52, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, cheerlead- er 52, D.A.C. 51, D.E.C. 52. uate 51. Marilyn Ball: assemblies 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate 51, Pro- vonian staff 52 Evelyn Barker: legislative 52, honor roll, 50, home room rep. 52, assemblies 51, Seminary graduate 52, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 51, 52, G.A.A. 50 51, pres. 52, girls' captain, 52, Pep club 52, Tumblers, Girls' State, 50. Reva Baxter: assemblies, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52: fashion review, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C., 51, Thes- pian, 52. . 50, Carma Bell: committees, 52, as- semblies, 51, Seminary grad- uate, 51, girls captain, 52, D. E.C. 52, Pep club, 52. Johnny Belmont: assemblies, 51, 52, dance review, 51, floats, 51, 52, cheerleader, 52. Alfred Bennett: Seminary gradu- ate, 51, dance review, 51, bas- ketball, 50, football, 50, 51, 52 track, 50, letterman, 51, 52, Glenneta R. Bennett: Seminary graduate, 51, dance review 51 Pep club 52. hundred forty-two eniofz acliievemenfs Jacqueline Berry: committees, 51 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 51, D.A.C. 51, Pep club 52. Margie Bird: committees 52, red cross 51, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 50, 51, twirler 50, 51, 52, Pep club 52. Max Bird: Seminary graduate 51. Thomas Bingham Karma Boardman: committees 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Sem- inary graduate, 51, dance re- view 51, Phi Gamma Psi vice- pres. 52, floats, 50, fashion review, 52, D. E. C. vice pres. 52, D.A.C. 51, Pep club 52. Paula Borget: committees, 52, assemblies, 51, 52, dance re- view 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52: girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 51 52, D.E.C, 52, Pep club 52, Thespian, Sec. 52. Priscilla Boswell: honor roll committees 50, 51, 52, 50, red cross 51, assemblies 51 52, Seminary graduate 52, dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 51, girls' captain 52: D.A.C. 52, Pep cluo 52. Sally Bown: legislative, 50, com- mittees, 51, 52: home room rep 50: assemblies 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate 51, dance ,review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 51, 52, girls tea, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50 51, 52, D.E.C. 52, Pep club 52, Ski club, 50, 51, 52, Pro-log, 50, Provost, 51, 52. Paul Boyack: honor roll, 50 as- semblies, 51, debate, 52, Ski club, 52, Provost, 52, Lorna Boyns: committees, 51, as- semblies, 50, 51, 52, Semin- ary graduate, 5l, Phi Gamma Psi 52, girls captain 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, Pep club, 52. Vickie Brady: committees, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Semin- ary graduate, 51, dance re- view 5l, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 51, girls' captain, 52, Pep club, 52, twirler, ban- ner carrier, 52. Dale Braithwaite: assemblies 52, Seminary graduate, 51, floats, 52, basketball 50, Ski club 52. Raymond Braun: assemblies 52, Golf, 51, 52, D.E.C. 52, Letter- man, 50, 51. Mary T. Broadbent: committees, 52, assemblies 52, dance re- view, 51, fashion review 50, 52, D.A.C. 52, D.E.C. sec. 52. Carl Broadhead: assemblies 51, Seminary graduate 51, D.A.C. 52, Spanish club 51. Bertha Brower: Transferred from Star Valley, Wyoming, 52. Donna Brown: committees, 52, assemblies, 50, 51: dance re- view 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, Selowia, 50, D.A.C. 50. Judy Brown: dance review 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, transferred from Chandler, Arizona, 52, Thespian 52, D.A.C. 52. Mona Bryner: honor roll, 50, committees, 51, 52: assemb- lies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats 52, G.A.A. 51, girls' captain 52: Pep club sec. 52, Provost, 52. Marilyn Buckner: committees 52: assemblies, 52, Seminary grad- uate, 51, floats, 51, D.E.C. 52 Virginia Bunce Norma Burnside: legislative, 52, home room rep. 52, assemb- lies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 51, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, Pep club 52, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 50. Perry Calder: baseball 51, let- terman, 51, Ski club 52. Lila Cameron: G.A.A. 50, 52, Seminary graduate, 52. Kerry Campbell: Seminary grad- uate, 52, floats, 50, Projec- tion club, 51. Bonnie Carter Bruce Carter: honor roll, 50, as- semblies, 51, Spanish club 51, Brent Carter Bill Cassingham: stage crew 52. Karla Dawn Cheney: committees, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, dance review, 52, Sweetheart attendant 52: Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 51, Selowia, 50, woodwind quartette 52, D.A.C 50, 51, Pep club, 52, Ski club 52. Roger Childs: assemblies 52, floats 51, 52, football, 50, 51 52, track 50, 52, Ietterman, 51, 52, Ski club 52. Jeanne Christenson Joan Christenson: assemblies 52, "Wings of the Morning" student director 52. Karen Christenson: Senior sec. 52 legislative 52, girls' state, 51, committees, 51, 521 red cross 51, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, homecoming at- tendant 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 51, 52, office help 52, music festival 52, girls org. vice pres. 50, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, Pep club 52, Ski club 52, Selowia, 50. Sybil Clarke: legislative 52, Ex- ecutive, 52, committees, 51, 52, red cross, 52, assemblies, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 51, 52, fashion review, 50 chairman, 52, girls' captain, 52, Kanteen president, 52, Provost editor 52, assistant, 51 Seminary graduate 51. Marion Cluff: Seminary graduate 51, floats, 50. Nelda Cluff: Seminary graduate, 51. Jane Clyde: committees, 52, as- semblies, 5O, 51, 52, Semin- ary graduate, 51, dance review 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 51, woodwind quintette, 52, orchestral piano concerto, 51, 52: girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 51, Pep club 52, Ski Club 50, 51, sec. 52, Selowia, 50. Joan Coleman Blaine Conk: legislative 52, home room rep. 52, band quartet, 52. Gwila Conrad: Seminary gradu- ate 51, D.A.C. 50, 51. Colleen Cornum: committees, 52 assemblies, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51 Phi Gamma Psi 52, fash- ion review, 50, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 52, D.E.C. 52, Pep club 52. John Cox: D.A.C. 51, stage crew 51, 52. Thomas Creer: Seminary gradu- ate 51, Spanish Club 52, stage crew, 52. Verla Crockett: committees, 51, 52, assemblies, 51, dance re- view 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, girls' captain, 52, D. A. C. 50 gg, 52, Pro-Log, 50, Provonian Joyce Draper Cromer: homeroom rep. 50, assemblies, 51, Sem- inary graduate, 51, dance re- view 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 50. Leah Crowley: committees, 50, 51, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate 51, dance review 52, Phi Gamma Phi 52, floats, 51, 52, "Meet Me in St. Louis," 50, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51. Marjorie Vernon Dastrup Don Davis: Elaine Davis: committees, 52, as- semblies 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52 G.A.A. 51, D.A.C. 50, 51. Valene Davies: Assemblies, 51, Seminary graduate, 51 , dance review, 52, Spanish Club, 51, Debate 52. l" Larry Decker: Seminary graduate 51. Kelvin Dennet Arretta Denny: assemblies 52, dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, School play property manager 52, Tumblers, vice pres. 50, Doris DeSpain: Phi Gamma Psi 52 transferred from Farmington, New Mexico. Doris Dixon: Seminary graduate 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, girls' captain52 D.A.C. 50, 51. John Dolinar: Madrigal 52, Pro vonian 51, Proiection club 51. Sheila Dorius: Transfer from Car- bon 52, Assembly 52. Darcy Dove: floats, 50. Jennalee Duke Vernita Durrant: assemblies, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Si, 52, G.A.A. 51, D.E.C. 52. Peggy Eggertsen: assemblies, - Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats G.A.A. 51, Pep club, 52. 51, 51, 52, JoAnn Berry Evans: committees 51, Selowia, 50, D.A.C. 51, 52. Bill Ewell: Seminary graduate 51, baseball, 50. John Farley: assemblies, 50, 52, "Wings of the Morning" 52, "Waiting for Lefty" 52, D.A.C. 51, 52, stage crew, 52, Thes- pian, 52. Jim Farmer: assemblies, 50, 51, 52, string quartet, 52, Debate 52, Pro-log, 50. Larry Farnworth: committees, 52, D.A.C. 50, Debate 51, vice- pres. 52. Myrna Ferguson: committees, 50 assembly, 51, dance review, 52, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, Sel- owia, 50. Norwil Ferguson John Finlayson: floats, 52. Kent Fisher: red cross rep. 50, wrestling, 52: D.A.C. 51, 52. Marilyn Foutz: Elsie C. Carroll award, 51, committees, 50, 51, 52, home room rep. 50, 51 .assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 51, 52, Pep club 52, D.A.C. 50, 51 Ski club 52, K.O.V.O. Teen Topics 52, Pro-log, 50, Prov- onian, 51. Lewis Fredrickson: Janet Fulrath: Phi Gamma Psi 52, office help, 52, transferred from South Shore, Illinois 52, G.A.A. 50, 51. eniofz aclaievemenfs Carol Fulkerson, committees, 52, assemblies, 51, 52, dance re- view, 51, floats, 51, girls' cap- tain 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, Ski Club 50, 51. Nancy Gammell: Seminary grad- uate, 51, dance review, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, fashion re- view, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51. Dick Gammon: assemblies, 50, football, 50, track, 50, Spanish club, 52, Athletic manager, 50 U. S. Air Force, 52. Ilyn Garrick: assemblies, 52, floats, 50, Key club 50, 51, 52. Jackie Gatenby: honor roll, 50, Seminary graduate, 52, dance review, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, woodwind quintette 52, girls' captain, 52, Ski Club, 51, 52. Jo Ann Gay: Ieqislative 51, 52, committees, 52, assemblies, 50 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51 homecoming attendant, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 51, 52, fashion review, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 51, Pep Club, 52. Marlene Gifford: transferred from Boise, ldaho. David Gilner Jerrv Gines: Seminary graduate 52. Myrna Giraud: honor roll, 50: Seminary scholarship, 51, Sem- inary graduate, 51, dance re- view, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, D.A.C. 51, Pep Club, 52. Evan Golding: legislative, 52, committees 52, assemblies 52, Seminary graduate, 50, D.E.C. pres. 52, transferred from Car- bon, 52. Harold Graehl: legislative 52, committees, 51, 52, home room rep 52, dance review decorations, 52, floats, 52, Provost, 51, assistant editor 52 Gail Gray: committees, 52, Sem- inary graduate, 51, floats, 50, 52, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 52, fashion review, 52, girls' cap- tain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, club, 52. Ra Nae Green: legislative 52, state speech meet 50, 51, 52, Eunice Bird Wadley, 50, 51, 52, scholarship to Denver U 51 committees, 51, assemblies, 51 Seminary graduate, 52, dance review 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, "Charlie's Aunt" 51, "Wings of the Morning" 52, Student director, 52, "Waiting for Lef- ty" 52, Thespian 52, D.A.C. pres 52, stage crew, 51. Pep Patsy Griffiths: Seminary gradu- ate, 5l, dance review, 52, G. A.A. 50, 51, 52. Anita Groneman: assemblies, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 51, Thespian 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52. Shirl Groneman: floats, 50, foot- ball 5O, track 50. Donald Hall: committees, 52, as- semblies, 52, floats, 51, D.A. C. 50, D.E.C. 52. Louise Hansen: committees, 52, assemblies, 52, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 51, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 51, D.E.C. 52. Tom Haran: D.A.C. 52. Bill Harris: Seminary graduate 52, floats 51. Lew Harris: assemblies 52, D.E. C. 52, Ski Club 52. Lowry Harris Gordon Hawkins Jo Ann Haws :committees, 51, Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, D.A.C. 50, 51. Tadd Haymond: Transferred from East, Salt Lake City, Utah, 52. Mary Carol Hedquist: legislative 52, honor,roII, 50, committees 5l,'52, home room rep, 52, assemblies, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 52, dance review, 51 Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 50, 51, 52, fashion review, 50, girls' captain, 52, Pep club 52 Ski Club, 51, 52. Bernice Henderson: Seminary graduate 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, G.A.A. 51, 52, Spanish Club, 50, Tumblers, 50. Joyce Henrichsen: legislative, 50, committees, 50, 51, 52, assem- blies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 51, 52, fashion re- view, 52, D.A.C. 50, Pep club 52, Selowia, 50, 51. Victor Herbert Corrine Herman: red cross 51, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, fashion review, 50, G.A.A. 50, girls' captain, 52, girls' org. sec. 51, Pep club 52. Merlene Hinkley: assemblies, 52 Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, D.A.C. 51, 52, D.E.C. 52. Tom Hinckley: "Drums of Death" 51, "Waiting for Lefty" 52, Seminary graduate, 52, D.A. C. 51, 52, Projection club, 50 52, Stage manager, 51, 52. Hal Holland: legislative, 50, home room rep ,50, assemb- lies, 50, 51, 52, floats, 52, basketball captain, 52, foot- ball, 50, baseball, 51, D.A.C. 50, letterman, 51, 52, Ski club, 50, K.O.V.O. Teen Topics 52. Frank Holm Barbara Hurst: legislative 52, committees, 52, home room rep 52, float, 52, G.A.A. 50. Eugene Jackman Gloria James: legislative, 50, committees, 52, home room rep 50, assemblies 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 51, floats, 51, 52, fashion re- view, 52, girls' captain, 52, Pep club vice- pres. 52, Selo- wia, 50. Carole Jenseit: red cross 51, as- semblies, 50 ,51, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 51, girls' captain, 52, D.A. C. 50, 51, 52, Ski club 50, 51 52. Jerry Jensen: legislative 52, com- mittees, 52, D.A.C., 52, trans- ferred from Idaho. Nile Jensen: legislative 50, 51 52, committees, 52 red cross, 51, homeroom rep, 50, 51, 52, assemblies, 51, Seminary graduate, 52, floats, 50, 51, 52, woodwind quintet, 51, Ski club 51, 52, Key club, 50: vice-pres. 51, pres. 52, Kan- teen council 52, Provonian, 51. Lynn Jex: Seminary graduate, 52, Proiection club, 50, 51 . Louise Johnson: Seminary grad- uate, 51, dance review, 51, D.A.C. 50. Kenny Jolley: floats 50, track 51, wrestling, 5l, 52. Margie Jones: committees, 51, 52, assemblies, 51, Phi Gam- ma Psi 52, girls captain, 52, D. A.C. 50, 51, 52, Pep club 52. Bob Jorgensen: assemblies, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, floats, 50, 51, 52, football, 51, 52, baseball, 50, 51, 52, track 52, letterman, 51, 52, Key club, 50, 51. Wayne Keith: assemblies, 50, 51 52, "Wings o fthe Morning" 52, "Waiting for Lefty" 52, basketball, 50, football, 50, 51, 52, a capella quartet, 52, track, 50, 51, 52, boys' org. vice pres., 51, D.E.C. 52, let- terman, 51, 52. one hundredl forty-three Eugene King: legislative, 51, committees, 52, home room rep. 51, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 52, floats, 51, 52, "Head First" 52, "Waiting for Lefty" 52, D.A.C. 50, Key Club, sec. 52, Kan- teen vice-pres. 52. Lois Klein: Sophomore sec. 50, legislative, 50, 51, 52, execu- tive, 52, honor roll, 50, com- mittees, 50, 51, home room rep., 50, 51, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, homecoming queen, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 51, 52, fashion review, 50, youth council, 52, girls' org. pres. 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, Pep club, 52. Dwight Ladle: legislative, 51, home room rep. 51, Seminary graduate, 52, floats, 52. Gene Lamb: business manager 52, legislative, 52, executive, 52, award, 50, assemblies, 51, Seminary graduate, 51 track 51, 52, boys org: sec. 50. Clyde Lassen: assemblies, ,52, golf, 51, 52, D.E,C., 52. Colleen Lawrence: committees, 51, 52, assemblies, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 52, sweetheart atten- dant, 52, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, Pep club, 52, Provost, 51. Mark Leftwich: transferred from Jordan 51, Proiection club 51 Renee Lerwill: committees, 51 , 52 assemblies, 51, seminary gra- duate 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, fashion re- view, 52, floats, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51. Carol Lewis: committees, 50, 52, assemblies, 50, Seminary gra- duate, 52, dance review, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 51, fashion review, 52, girls' captain, 52, Kanteen officer, 50, 51, 52. Dave Lewis: student body pres. 52, sophomore vice- pres. 50 legislative 50, 51, 52, execut- of the ive, 50, 52, athlete week, committees, 50, 51, 52, home roof rep. 50 ,51, as- semblies, 5O, 51, 52, red man, 50, floats, prefer- 50, 51, basketball, 50, 51, 52, foot- ball, 50, 51, 52, baseball, 50, 51, 52, tennis, 50, 51, 52, let- terman, 50, 51, 52. Ronald Lewis: home room 51, Seminary graduate, 51, floats, 50, football, 50. rep one hundred forty-four eniofz acliievemenfs Barbara Linford: assemblies, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 51, D.E.C. 52. Sharlene Liston: assemblies, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, D.A.C. 50, 51. Jo Anne Littlefield: legislative, 50, committees, 50, 51, 52, home room rep 50, assemblies 50, 51, 52, Seminary gradu- ate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 52, Provonian, 52. Don Lord: legislative, 52, red cross, 51, home room rep, 52, assemblies, 51, Seminary gra- duate, 51, tennis 51, 52, let- terman, 52. Doyle Lott: floats, 50, 51, foot- ball, 51, Provost, 52. Fae Loveless: committees, 50, 51, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, Selowia, 50. Jeanne Loveless: legislative, 50, 51, home room rep. 50, 51, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52 floats, 52 fashion review, 52, Pep club 52. Pauline Loy: committees, 50, 51 52, assemblies, 51, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 51, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, Pep club 52, stage crew 52. Betty Rae Mahana: dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, girls' captain, 52, Provost, 52 Year- book salesman, 50. Ronald Mann: committees, 51, 52, assemblies, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, floats, 51, box- ing, 52, D.A.C. 52, D.E.C. 52. Kay Marrott: floats, 50, football, 50, 52, track, 50, 52, letter- man, 52. Lawrence McCall: floats, 50, bas- ketball manager, 51, football manager 51, Ietterman, 51, 52. Nancy McCurdy: committees, 52, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 52, G.A.A. 50, 51, 52, girls' captain, 52, D. A. C. 52. Stanley McFadden: track, 50, 51. Lenadra McKell: senior vice pres 52 legislative, 52, honor roll 50, committees, 51, 52, assem- blies, 51, 52, Seminary grad- uate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi social chairman 52, floats, 51, 52, office help, 52, Pep club, 52, Ski club sec. 51, 52, KOVO Teen Topics 52. Ruth McKell: Seminary graduate 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, fashion review, 52. Helen McQuivey: Seminary grad- uate, 51 . Alice Mecham: assemblies, 50, 51 52, Seminary graduate, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 51, "Charlie's Aunt" 51, "Meet me In St. Louis" 50, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, Ski club 52. Shirley Mecham: red cross 52, assemblies, 52, dance review 52, transferred from Union high school, Roosevelt, Utah Eloise Mann Merryweather: Seminary graduate, 51. Wendell Miller: football 50, 51, 52, track, 50, wrestling, 50, co-captain, 52, letterman, 51, 52. Charles Mitchell: Seminary grad- uate, 52, Key club, 50, 52. Milton Moon: iunior pres. 51, legislative, 51, executive 51, honor roll, 50, assemblies, 51, Seminary graduate, 51, floats, 51, 52. Barbara Moore: legislative, 50, honor roll, 50, home room rep. 50, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi sec. treas. 52, G.A.A. 50, 52. 52, dance review, 51, gloats, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.E.C., 52, Pep Club, 52. ,girls' captain, 52, Pep club. Jo Anne Moore: assembly Stan Moore: legislative, 52, com- mittees, 52, home room rep 52, floats, 51, football, 50, Key club 50, 51,Kanteen officer 52 Burl Morley: assemblies, 51, Billie Neebling Gordon Nelson: sophomore pres. 50, legislative, 50, executive, 50, assemblies, 52, floats, 50, football, 50, 51, 52 track 50, wrestling, 51, 52 letterman, 51, 52. Harold Nelson: Seminary grad- uate 51. Loyce Nelson: committees, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 50, girls' captain, 52, Pep club, 52, Twirlers, banner- carrier, 52. Clothield Newren: honor roll 50, assemblies, 50, 51, Seminary graduate, 52, band quintets, 50, 51, 52, girls' captain, 52. Diane Nielson, committees, 51, 52, assemblies, 51, 52, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats 52, Pep club, 52, Ski club, 52. Jimmie Nusink: football, 51, 52. Gloria Nuttall: LuGen art award 51. Doug Ogren: Seminary graduate 51, "Head First" 52, D.A.C. 51. Paul Oldroyd: homeroom rep 50, assemblies, 51, Seminary gra- duate 51, floats, 50, basket- ball, 51, 52, football, 50, 51, letterman, 50, 52. Dale Olsen: legislative, 52, hon- or roll, 50, State forensic meet 51, Nate Morgan award, 51, D.A.C. 52, Debate 50, 51, 52, Key club 52. Gilbert Olsen: legislative, 52, as- semblies, 50, 52, Seminary graduate 51, Boys day king 52 floats 51-2, basketball 50 foot- ball, 50, 51, 52, baseball, 50, 52, track, 51, 52, letterman 51, pres. 52. Ray Olsen, track, 52. Merle Orton: Seminary gradu- ate, 51. Owen Orton: track, 51, 52, de- bate, 51. Jeanene Parker: legislative, 52, committees, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, dance review, 52, sweetheart attendant, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 51, fa- shion review, 52, Selowia, 50 51, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, Pep club, 52, Pro- log, 50, Provost, 51, 52, Pro- vonian, 51, editor 52. Roy Parris Jo Ann Parson: assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51 floats, 50, 51, 52, fashion re- view, 52, D.E.C. 52. Mary Passarella: assemblies, 51 52, floats, 50, girls' captain, 52, Provonian, 52. Nephi Patton: legislative, 52, ex- ecutive, 52, honor roll, 50, Seminary scholarship, 51, home room rep. 52, assemb- lies, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, preferred man, 52, floats, 52, basketball, 50, 51, 52, football, 50, 51, 52, baseball 51, 52, track, 50, 51, 52, boys org. pres. 52, letterman, 51 52. Don Peay: studentbody vice-pres. 52, junior vice pres, 51, legis- lative 51, 52, executive 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, floats 51, 52, "Waiting for Lefty" 52 football, 50, 51, 52, letter- man, 51, 52. Gary Penrod: Seminary graduate 52, Key club 50, 51, treas. 52, Frances Peterson: honor roll, 50, type certificate, 50, committee 51, assemblies, 51, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats 50, D. A.C. 51, 52, Selowia, 50. l Virginia Peterson: committees, 51 Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, D.A.C. 50, 51 52, Selowia, 50. Charles Pope: wrestling, 52, Key club, 52, stage crew, 50. Venita Pulsipher: Seminary grad- uate, 52, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats, 52, Spanish Club, 52. Veda Raven. assemblies, 51, dance review, 51, D.A.C. 51. Jennie Mae Rasmussen Ilene Rasmussen Gary Rasmussen: football, 50, 52 track, 50, 51, 52, wrestling, 51, 52, letterman, 52. Phyllis Rees: committees, 51, 52, assemblies, 51, Seminary gra- duate, 51, dance review, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51. Dean Raynaud: Seminary gradu- ate, 51, floats, 52, basketball, 50, football, 50, 51, baseball, 51, Letterman, 51. Lee Reynaud: D.A.C. 50, 51. Jimmy Richards, D.A.C. 52. Charlene Roberts: honor roll, 50, Seminary graduate, 51, G.A.A. 51, tumblers, 51. Dean Roberts: honor roll, 50, home room rep. 52, legislative 52, Seminary graduate, 51, floats, 52, D.A.C. 52. Melba Rose: legislative, 50,home room rep, 50, Seminary grad- uate, 5l, G.A.A. 51, tumblers 51. Mary Roper: committees, 51, Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, D.A.C. 51, 52. Joe Scott: red cross, 51, Semin- ary graduate, 52. Joyce Seely: Seminary graduate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, G.A.A. 50, 51, 52, girls' captain, 52 Almo Simmons: committees, 52, assemblies, 52, Seminary grad- uate, 51,lfloats, 52, D.A.C. 52, debate 50. Carrol Smith: Phi Gamma Psi, 52, fashion review, 52, transferred from Lincoln, 51, Spanish club 52, debate, 52. Janet Smith: Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 50, 51, 52, G.A.A. 50, 51, 52, tumblers, 50, 51, stage crew, 52. Joyce Smith: assemblies 52, float 50, D.A.C. 52, D. E. C. 52. Carol Snell: transferred from B. Y. High, 51. eniofz Clclzievemenls Patricia Snow: red cross, 51, as- semblies, 51, Seminary grad- uate, 51, dance review, 51, Thespian, 52, girls' captain, 52 D.A.C. 50, 51, 52. Ray Sorenson: track, 51, 52, wrestling, 51. 52. A Colleen Nielsen Spencer: honor roll, 50, assemblies, 51, Sem- inarv graduate, 51 Phi Gam- ma Psi 52, floats, 52, fashion review, 52, Selowia, 50, treas, 51, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 51, Pep club 52. Janet Spencer: committees, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, dance review, 51 , floats, 52, D.A.C. 50, Ski club 50, Selowia, 50. Nan Steadman: transferred from B.Y. High, 51. Cozette Stewart: iunior sec. 51, legislative, 51, honor roll, 50, speech award, 51, committees 51, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 52, dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 51, girls, captain, 52, D.A.C. 51, 52, Provost, 52. Ed Tangren: football, 50, 51, 52, baseball, 50, 51, 52, track, 50 letterman, 51, 52. Edith Taylor: Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gam ma Psi 52, girls' captain, 52, Pep club, 52. Evan Taylor: committees, 52, as- semblies, 5l, Seminary grad- uate, 51, floats, 51, 52, foot- ball ,50, Key club, 52. Nelson Taylor: Seminary grad- uate, 51, "Head First" 52, D. A. C. 51. Stan Taylor: Senior pres. 52, legislative, 52, executive, 52, state legislative council 52, committees, 52, assemblies, 51, 52, floats, 52, music fest- ival, 50, solo, 52, band soloist 52, debate, 51, 52. Glade Terry: Seminary graduate 51, floats, 52, football, 50, wrestling, 51. Wayne Thalman Weston Thatcher: legislative, 51, assemblies, 51, floats, 51, 52, Ski club, 50, 51, pres. 52, stage crew, 52. 51, Marlene Thayer: committees, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 51, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 52. Roe Mae Theobald: committees, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, girls' captain, 52, D.E.C. sec. of state org. 51, Pep club, 52. John Thomas: legislative, 52, red cross, 52, home room rep. 52, floats, 51, Spanish club, 50, Ski club, 50. Phyllis Thompson: red cross 51. Norma Thorne: committees, 52, assemblies, 52, Seminary gra- duate, 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52, "Head First" 52: props for 'Wings of the Morning" 52, G.A.A. 50, 51, 52, girls' cap- tain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, debate, 52, Pro-log, 50, Pro- vonian, 50, 51, 52. Gail Thorsen: dance review, 52 Grant Thorsen: football, 52, Sem- inary graduate, 52. Dell Timpson: legislative, 51, 52, committees, 51, 52, home room rep. 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, basketball, 50, 51, 52, baseball, 50, 51, 52, letterman 51, 52, Provost, 51, 52. Ernest Tsalaky: legislative, 52, assemblies, 52, "Wings of the Morning" 51, "Waiting for Lefty" 52, Thespian, pres. 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52. Sally Tueller: honor roll, 50, com- mittees, 50, 51, 52, home room rep, 50, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 51 dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, floats. 50, 51, 52, fash- ion 50, Selowia, 50, girls' captain 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, Pep club, 52 review, 52: string quartet Renee Vacher: committees, 52, assemblies. 50, 51, 52, Sem- inarv graduate, 51, dance re- view, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 51, 52, girls' captain, 52, D.A.C. 51, D.E.C. 52, Pep Club, 52. Glen Van Wagenen: assemblies, 51, 52, 50, Seminary gradu- ate, 52, Provonian, 51, 52. Janise Vincent: assemblies, 52, Seminary graduate, 51, dance review, 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52 fashion review, 52, girls' cap- tain, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, Thespian, 52. Shirley Waisner: dance review 51 Donell Walker: committees, 52: assemblies, 52, Seminary gra- duate 51, floats, 52, football 50, wrestling, 50, 51, D.E.C. 52. Provost 51, 52. Tom Walters: D.A.C. 52. Grant Watkins: wrestling, 51, 52, letterman, 51, 52. Pat Watts: "l Speak for Democ- racy" award, 52, debate man- ager, 52, assemblies, 52, Sem- inary graduate, 51, Phi Gam- ma Psi 52, "Wings of the Mor- ning" 52, 'Waiting for Lefty" 52, G.A.A. 50, D.A.C. 51, radio stage crew, 52, Thes- pian, 52. Gail Wayman: committees, 52, assemblies, 50, 51, 52, dance review 51, Phi Gamma Psi 52: floats, 52, girls' captain, 52 D.A.C. 50, 51, 52, Pep club 52, Ski club 52, Provost, 52, Selowia, 50, 51. Reed Weight: Seminary graduate 52, floats, 51, 52, track, 52, wrestling, 51, 52, letterman, 51, 52, Ski club, 51, 52. Kent Westwood: Spanish, 51, debate, 52, Key club, 51, 52, transferred from Mt. Diablo High, Concord, California. Dan White: track, 52. Dennis White: assemblies 51, 52. Earl Whitehead: D.A.C. 50. Darrel Willden: Seminary grad- uate 51, D.A.C. 52. Bonnie Wilson: Assemblies 51: Phi Gamma Psi 52, Seminary graduate 52, red cross, 52. Larry Wilson: committees, 51, Ski Club, 52: Shirley Wilson: Speech trophy 50 assemblies 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52, floats, 52, D.A.C. 50, 51, Fashion review, 52, girls' cap- tain 52, plays, 50, Pres. Pep club, 52, Phi Gamma Psi 52. lna Wolsey: committees, 52, sweetheart attendant, 52, cheerleader, 52, G.A.A. 51. Karl Wood: committees, 51, 52, assemblies, 51, 52, Seminary graduate, 52, floats, 51, 52, "Waiting for Lefty" 52, foot- ball, 50, 51, wrestling, 51, D.E.C. local pres. state vice- pres. 52, Pep club drummer, 50, 51, 52, Key club, 50, 51, 52, yearbook salesman, 52. Evelyn Wright: honor roll, 50, Seminary scholarship, 51, as- semblies, 50, 52, Seminary graduate 51, Phi Gamma Psi, 52, Spanish club vice pres. 52 tumblers, 51. Richard Young: Music, 50, 51, 52 one hundred forty -five A-A-A-A-A Abbott, Catherine 28 62 75 Abbott, Donna May 62 Adams, Geraldine 38 114 120 Adamson, Arlene 42 Ahlander, Diane 17 18 19 35 42 52 58118124126. Aitken, Eloise 39 71 121 122 Albright, Marie 51 Aiman, Jeanette 46 Alexander, Ben Allen, AlJean 51 116 Allman, Alban Allshouse, Robert 60 Ammons, Frank Ammons, Mary 59 73 Anderson, Dick 42 60 123 96 Anderson, Dean Anderson, Dienna Anderson, Eugene Anderson, Howard Anderson, Janet 37 46 LaFae 41 Anderson, Anderson, Lynette 53 67 Anderson, Max Earl Anderson, Merlin 18 37 82 84 123 96 Anderson, Pat 22 113 118 126 106 Anderson, Ronald 99 Anderson, Shirley 49 Anderson, Zella Andrews, Mike Angell, JoAnne 38 Arnold, Roy Asay, Jack 51 60 Ash, Dean 26 Ashby, Marian Aston, Leona 18 28 65 78 92 119102104110 Atkinson, Carma 48 I-B-B-I-B-I Bagley, Garth Bailey, Leona 42 Bailie, Ronald 60 112 119 122 124 125 Baker, Barrylyn 30 Baker, Thomas Baldwin, Roger Ball, Gregory Ball, Marilyn 25 58 75 101 112 128 Ball, Rex Bardsley, Lillian Shirley 45 Barker, Bonnie 48 59 116 129 104 Barker, Evelyn 19 24 58 121 126 107 Barker, Jay Barker, Jerry Barney, LaMar Barrett, Lila 46 Baum, Arnelda 41 59 Baum, Carol 43 Baxter, Reva 31 118 106 Beal, Jay 10 37 58 86 88 112 Beck, Bonnie 43 71 Beck, Janet 46 59 116 Bee, Jan 53 60 85116 Beocroft, Bill 53 Beesley, Betty Lue 42 one hundred forty-six 0 Q 149836 Beazer, Pat 48 59 116 119 124 104 Bell, Carma 119 Belmont, Johnny 18 58 73 87 92 113 117 Bennett, Alfred 81 82 Bennett, Glenneta R. 29 126 106 Bennett, Kay 52 104 Berg, Maynard 49 69 Bernardi, Barbara Berry, David 44 85 Berry, Jackie 23 50 58 59 96 126 107 Berry, Nancy Jean Best, Sharlene 43 59 121 Bills, Theodore 58 64 66 Bickerstaff, Robert 85 Binder, Christa 46 Binder, Julius Bingham, Portia 44 62 Bingham, Thomas 31 Bird, Jennie Lee 47 Bird, Mariorie 27 29 58 118 126 127 104 Bird, Max 26 Black, Edward Blackley, Bob 45 90 116 97 99 Blackley, Duane 43 Blackley, Thurman 73 Bliss, Kenneth Boardman, Karma 28 113 118 119 106 104 Boedey, Betty Lou Boren, Mary Borget, Barbara 43 69 Borget, Paula 35 112 113 119 120 127 Boshard, Jackie 51 Boswell, Joyce 38 Boswell, Margo 46 50' Boswell, Priscilla 33 58 75 118 126 106 Boswell, Carma 51 Bowers, Nayda 37 118 Bown, Sally 26 113 118 119 126 130 Boyacil3oPauI lSeniorl 105 120 Boyack, Paul lSoph.1 47 Boyns, Lorna 32 113 Brady, Verlene 24 38 58 118 126 106 Braithwaite, Lee 52 90 Braithwaite, Dale 29 113 104 Brand, Bardett Braun, Nelda Braun, Raymond 26 65 119 Bray, Bonnie 41 104 103 Brereton, Robert 37 Brian Sharron 44 58 120 104 Brickey, Douglas Broadbent, Mary Tregeagle 57 119 Broadhead, Carl 26 73 Brockbank, Kay 52 58 Brower, Bertha 31 Bryner, Mona 22 112 118 127 131 106 104 Buchanan, Lila 41 103 Buchanan, Dick 120 Buckley, Clyde Buckner, Marilyn 31 119 Bullock, JoAnn 45 Bullock, Nyla 51 Bullock, Dick 45 Bunce, Virginia J. 25 Burnside, Norma 18 25 113 118 Clegg, Kenneth 50 60 Clegg, Shirlee 37 Clinger, Carolyn 41 Clitheroe, Mae 46 59 Clowaiicg Bruce 10 36 38 71 Cloward, George Cluff, Marion 30 122 Cluff, Nelda 31 Clyde, Jane 24 60 61 62 127 126 106 Busby, Alvin Butler, Arlen Buttle, Alaire 50 114 120 125 Byergo, Jerry C-C-C-C-C-C Cahoon, Cahoon Calder, Calder, Barbara , Nancy 48 Milo 36119123130 Perry 99 Cameron, Lila 34 121 Cameron, Stanley 46 64 123 Campbell, Kerry 99 Campbell, Nancy Carol Carlton, Norma 41 Carter, Bonnie Carter, Brent Carter, Bruce Carter, Dewain Carter, James 51 Carter, Loretta 40 Carter, Mitchel 42 60 67 82 Carter, Naomi Carter, Vona Dee 46 Casper, Carolyn 49 66 Casper Joann 40 .. Cassingham, Bill 31 112113118119 Cole, Joleen 51 Coleman, Joan Coles, Carolyn 41 Coles, Scott 48 112 117 123 Collard, Colleen 41 Condon, Nancy 49 59 Conk, Blaine 18 30 Conrad, Gwila 35 58 Cook, Annette 52 Coon, Lesa Ann 52 62 Corleissen, Alice Ann 44 Cornum, Colleen 24 65 96 112 113118119126 Cottrell, Colleen Cox Don 123 99 Cox, Dorthea 50 68 Cox Glen 34 Cox, John 34 Cox, Mary 52 Craner, Carl 40 Craner, Carol Crapo, Frances 36 Creer, Diana 53 Chambers, Mary Kathryn Chapman, Carol Ann.58 Christen, Beverly 74 ' Cheney, Karla Dawn 35 62118 118105104 Chesnut, Hilma 32 127 Christen, Barbara A Chavez, Gertrude 41 129 Childs, Roger 34 60 81 82 113 114 123 60 61 Christensbn Christensen Christensen Christensen , Beverly ' , Carol 43 127 , DonEtta 48 60 Jeanene 33 Christensen: Joan 32 118 Christenson, Karen 18 22 58 105 112 113 118 Christensen, Kent Christensen, Nancy 45 129 Brown, Donna 118 Brown, Gailia Brown, Mary Ann 47 Brown, Rea Jean 38 Brown, Judy 118 Bryner, Dale 38 39 112 vii . : Era: . Christensen, Paul 40 62 85 119 123 96 Christensen, Peggy 49 Christensen, Rex Christiansen, Kelton Christiansen, Sherry 47 66 Clark, John 58 Clark, Varro Rocke Clark, Terry 37 Clarke, Jill 45 50 60 116 Clarke, Sybil 18 23 56 118 130 107 Clarkson, Jack 48 60 Clayton, Pat 45 47 Clegg, Arla 48 Creer, Thomas 33 120 Creviston, Gweneth 39 Crocket, Edwin 41 119 123 96 Crockett, Verla 33 118 107 Cromer, Joyce D 118 Crowley, Leah 26 58 113 118 107 104 Cullimore, Anne 36 52 58 112 -125104109108 Custer, William D-D-D-D-D-D oalabaui, Lui 49 62 as oo 99 Daniel, Pat 38 114 128 103 Daniels, Peggy Dastrup, Mariorie Vernon Davenport, Byron 42 58 123 Davidson, Shirley Jean 49 Davis, Darlene 39 114 120 Davis, Don LeRoy 34 60 61 Davis, Dorothy 37 120 Davis ,Elaine F. 26 118 Davies, Peter Davies, Valene 32 Davies, Vivian 39 Day, Ronald Decker, David Decker, Larry 25 Dennett, Kelvin Denison, Elaine 44 Denny, Arretta 35 118 DeSpain, Doris 30 DeWolf, Jo Ella 47 116 Dixon, Doris 35 106 104 Dixon, Mary Ann 37 Dixon, Shirley 48 Dolinar, Dick 37 62 120 Dolinar, John 33 58 129 Johnson Ingersoll, JoAnn 50 1 Q Done, Joe 60 61 Dorius, Sheila 34 Dove, Darcy 58 Dove, La Joy 46 Draper, Owen Draper, Shirley 43 Draper, Ted 39 96 Duke Jennalee 53 Duke, Marlene 47 58 114 116 Durfey, Robert 42 71 82 84 114 123 Durrant, Colleen 50 Durrant, Vernita 32 58 74 75 1 18 1 19 Durtschi, Aman E-E-E-E-E-E Edwards, Lewis 60 Eggertsen, Coy 42 52 129 Eggertsen, Peggy 22 25 118 126 Elaberry, Bill 41 58 Elliott, Shirley 41 121 Erekson, Joyce 36 38 119 Evans, JoAnn B. 35 Everhardt, Virginia 47 116 119 121 Ewell, Bill 99 FF-F-F-F-F Farley, John 32 72 120 122 124 Farmer, Jimmie 62 63 120 Farnworth, Larry 26 57 Fawcett, Neil Ferguson, Beverly Ferguson, Norwill Ferguson, Myrna 25 27 Ferre, Jack Ferrell, Barbara 36 Field, Donald 49 85 Finlayson, Carol 45 Finlayson, John 34 Fnrmage, Ed 50 85 96 Fisher, Kent 35 Fisher, Phil 59 112 114 Fleming, Betty Lou 44 59 Ford, Mont, 60 Forshee, Loy Fotneringham, Faye ' Foutz, Marilyn 18 28 57 118119126104 ' Fox, Sherma Frampton, Max 37 81 82 87 88 112 123 97 Frampton, Mary Helen 49 59 1 16 Fredrickson, Lewis 34 Fulkerson, Carol 27 58 75.1-13 118 119 106 ' Fulrath, Janet 117 6-6-G-6-G-G Joe Gammell, Nancy 34 Gammon, Gary 98 Jane1 58 106 Gabbitas, Gammon, Gammon, Richard 23 120 Garcia, Dell Gardner, Dora Mae Gardner, Robert 85 96 Garrick llyn 30 113 123 96 Gateley, Audrea 36 71 130 Gatenby, Jackie 35 60 61 62 119 Gay, Jo Ann 27 58 59112 114 118 127 107 105 110 4143626 Gibson, Richard Gifford, Sandy 36 38 104 Gifford, Marlene Gilner, David 24 Giles, Alma Robert Gillies, Margaret 40 72 120 121 Gilson, VeOra 59 Gines, Jerry Giraud, Myrna 32 118 127 Goad, Ouanda 46 121 Goad, Ouida 46 60 Golding, Evan 18 35 65 119 Guyman, Eldon 60 Goold, Jay 58 112 Gordon, Douglas 48 60 Gordon, Nancy Louise Graehl, Harold 23 56 131 Graham, Sandra 39 Gray, Gail 28 118 126 104 Greaves, LaVon 119 Green, Elva Ann 42 Green, JoAnne 39 58 124 Green Marilyn 38 Green, RaNae 18 32 118 120 124 127 Gregson, Walter 40 Griffiths Pats 24121 1 Y Groneman, Anita 26 72 73 120 122 Groneman, Shirl 28 73 104 Groesbeck, Paul 45 52 60 116 Grosfean, Maxine 37 119 120 128 129 104 Guyman, Eldon H-H-H-H-H-H ' Hafen, Raymond 51 62 Hales, Robert 48 Hall, Doqgld 119 Hall, Johh 42 Halladay, Jerry Ann Halliday, Marilyn 37 122 104 Hansen, Carrol Hansen, David Hansen, Louise 35 58 119 126 106 Hansen, Richard 60 116 Hansgen, Gene 40 60 -0 Hanson, Shirley June 39 62 63 112 Haran, Tom 26 Hardon, Coreen 47 116 Hardinq, Mary Ann 37 67 119 104 Harding, Nancy Jo 47 122 Harris, Alan Harris, Antanine 50 62 Harris, Bill Harris, Jerry 44 66 85 Harris, Lew 33 119 96 Harris, Lorna 43 Harris, Lowry 62 Harrison, Evalo 39 125 104 Hassenfritz, Joyce 47 62 116 129 Hatch, Beth 45 Hatch, Glendon 47 90 116 99 Hawkins, Barbara 43 Hawkins, Gordon 32 Haws, JoAnn 26 Haymond, Stanley Tad 28 120 Harward, Charlene Hedquist, Mary Carol 18 29 57 118 126 106 Heiner, Gary 52 116 Hemenway, Dale Henderson, Bernice 30 58 59 Henderson, Ernie 39 Henrichsen, Joyce 29 113 104 Herbert, Victor 34 Heringer, Georgia Dee 51 120 122 Heringer, Robert 44 120 Herman, Corrine 23 127 105 Herman, Elaine 45 66 Higgins, Helen 42 121 Hinand, Gerald 104 Hinckley, Merlene 65 119 Hinckley, Micheal 30 85 Hinckley ,Philip Hinckley, Tom Hirst, Neil 38 Hoeft, Bill Hogenson, Shirley 52 120 Holland, Hal 28 58 62 86 88 123 104 Hollerman, Jess 85 90 99 Holliday, Jerry Ann Holm, Franklin Hopkins, Dorothy 46 Hopkins, Karma Houck, William Hoover, Jeanette 46 Hoover, Joyce 43 Howell, Wally 49 72 Hundley, Margaret 41 72 Hunter, Karma 44 56 64 Hurst, Barbara 103 Hurst, Leon Hurst, Leonard Hutchings, Stella Hutchison, Cherie 44 66 104 Irwin, Sally 53 120 129 lsom, Dean 41 81 82 86 88 123 lvie, Virgil '-146 J-J-J-J-JJ Jackman, Jackman, Shirley 25 Kenneth 36 82 86 88 99 Lorna Jacobsen, DeLoy Jacobsen, Elaine 38 Jacobsen, Shelda 28 120 Vena Lee 39 Eugene Jackson, 123 Jackson, Jacobson, James, Gloria 34 59 105 112 113118127103-4-5 James, Carol Bandley 43 104 Jameson, Carol Rae 46 Jasperson, Nancy 38 Jenkins, Sue 53 107 Jensen, Carol 27 59112 118119 107 Don Eugene 120 Jensen, Gene 60 Jensen, Mahlon Jensen, Jerry 18 22 50 104 Jensen, Larry Jensen, Jensen, Jensen, Leon 49 Jensen, Leslie Jensen, Nile 18 34 57 119 123 104 - Jensen, Verleen 38 Jeppson, Arlan 47 85 90 116 96 Jex, Lynn 28 31 38 52 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson, Johnson 1 1 1 1 Arlene 40 Arthur' 41 62 Barbara 29 Colleen 36 104 Della Donald Joe 48 Elmo Frank Gloria 48 Jean 37 - Howard 39 58 60 62 lvan 37 42 120 Louise 35 69 Merlin Johnson, Richard 47 Johnson, Sharon 41 Johnston, Shirley 41 121 Jolley, Calvin 44 90 96 Jolley, Clark 47 90 96 Jolley, Clark 47 49 58 107 Jolley, Kenny 33 Jolley, Irene 39 ,' Jones, Ann 48 62 ' Jones, Barbara Ann Jones, Jones, Jones, Charles 51 117 123 LaRee 39 128 Mariorie 24 118 126 106 Jones, Nadine Jones, Paul A1 89 Jones, Russell 41 90 99 Jones, Ruth Ellen 42 51 124 Jones, Shirlene 48 Jones, Veloy 49 Jorgensen, Bob 23 58 59 62 82 114117123104 99 Jorgen Jorgen sen, Kathleen 52 107 129 son, Ralph 42 123 K-K-K-K-K-K Keifer, Robert 71 Keith, Helen 37 58 109 112 131 104 ' Keith, Wayne 58 59 82 84 113 119123124104 97 96 Kellogg, Edith Kenison, Wanda 46 Kenner, Janet 18 36 38 109 104 109 108 Kensey, Colleen Kerby, Connie 44 Kerby, Mark Kitchen, Anne 37 114 Kitchen, Colleen 50 122 Kitchen, Merlin 123 Kitchen, Paul 36 38 42 78 82 84 87 88 123 107 99 Killpack, Lois 36 Killpack, Mariorie Kimber, Steve 53 Kimbley, Alice King, Eugene 18 23 57 58 59 113117123125104 King, George 52 60 116 122 Kinsey, Louise Kirk, Marilynn 39 1 one hundred forty-seven Doris, 40 58 Klein, Lois 18 19 28 1 106 110 Kuhni, Carol 41 59 104 Kump, Anne Thomas Kuykendall, Bonnie 43 Kwock, Yoke Lt-IA1-It-IA. Ladle, Dwight Ladle, Nancy 48 62 Lamb, Gene 17 18 19 27 78 96 18 126 M-M-M-M-M-M Madsen, Carol 42 124 Madsen, Frank 18 19 41 42 71 82 108 114 130 Madsen, Gary Madsen, Joan 18 19 53 Madsen, Juanita 52 122 Madsen, Marion 41 104 Madsen, Raymond 53 123 Madsen Ronald 47 Msdsenf Toni 52 sa 114 116 104 Lamb, Glenise 48 Madsen, Marguerite 49 Larsen, Louise Ann 45 122 Mal-tene, Betty Rae 23 106 118 Larsen, Carolyn 59 130106 Larsen, Carolynne Larsen, Fred 50 Larsen, Kurt Larsen, Louise 49 Larsen, Norma 50 58 120 121 Larsen, Ralph 43 96 Larsen, Roger 41 82 84 Mangum, Edlyn 53 59 Mann, Keldon Mann, Ronald 65 119 Manwell, Gayle 47 59 Manwell, Shirley 72 Marburger, Doug 106 Markham, Barbara 48 107 129 al'L96X Moore, Stan 23 73 Morgan, Clarice 45 59 Morgan, Ronald 60 85 Morley, Burl David 33 Mostert, Andy 37 125 Moulton, Margie 47 Moulton, Eugene 123 Mower, Richard 48 Murdock, Gordon 51 60 Murphy, Roger Myers, Diane 40 Myrup, Carol Cook Myrup, Marilyn 40 62 63 85 N-N-N-N-N-N Naylor, Donna 39 121 Neebling, Billie 29 Coralee 58 Dean Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Donna Rae 43 62 103 Nelson, Perkins, LaVina 46 123 129 96 Lansing. Patsy 124 Lassen, Clyde 33 57 119 Lassen, JaNet 40 Lawrence, Colleen 26 58 59 113 126 106 102 Leis, JoAnn 41 104 Leach, Audrey 42 Leavitt. Norma 46 Leavitt, Roy J. Lee, Doris Campbell Lee, Donna 46 Lee, Glenda Lee, John 98 leetham, LaRae Leftwich. Mark 32 58 Leo, Jolm K. Leonard, Jimmy 58 119 Leonard, Richard Lerwill, Renee 26 Lewis, Bill 18 50 98 107 116 122 124 129 Lewis, Carol 23 25 58 59 104-6 Lewis, Dale 44 85 90 120 104 99 Lewis, Dave 16 18 19 29 58 82 83 86 88113123 Lewis, Gary 58 Lewis, Kay 44 90 116 99 Lewis, Ronald 24 Lewis, Rue Leyshon, Judy Lynn 59 Lichfield, Sterling 62 Liddiard, Walene 43 Liebhardt, Gail Linford, Barbara 32 119 Linton, Lols 50 Liston, Sharlene Littlefield, JoAnn 18 25 112 129 Littlefield, Kenneth 60 Leavitt, Roy Lockhart, Dan 53 Long, Lorna 43 Lord, Donald 18 30 97 Lord, Marilyn 51 Lott, Doyle Loveless, Fae 112 Loveless, Jeanne 26 58 75 127 Loy, Pauline 32 57 72 118 126 107 Luce, Thomas 60 Lund, Catharine 40 Lund, Max 60 120 58 106 one hundred forty-eight Markham, Stanley 40 Marrott, James 38 Marrott, Kay 28 82 84 123 97 96 Marshall, Karla Ann 37 119 Maxfield, Carol Ann 18 38 Maxfield, Sheila 41 Maxwell, Mary Ann 41 59 Maynard, Marion 52 59 104 Mazurie, Martin 46 85 McCall, Joan 45 62 121 McCall, Lawrence 30 123 McClain, Glen 43 60 123 McClure, Gloria 42 McCurdy, Nancy 33 118 120 106 McEwan, Dave 38 McFadden, Stanley McKell. Lenadra 18 22 23 118 119 127 McKell, Ruth 33 74 118 McGregor, Joan 43 McQuivey, Helen Louise 25 McQuivey, Mary Ann 45 Mecham, Alice 24 109 113 118 119 120 126 104 Mecham, LaMar Mecham, Lola 46 120 Mecham, Shirley 33 56 Mecham, Vera 41 98 Menlove, Maurine 43 Merrell, Melvin 39 Merryweather, Eloise M. 30 Meservy, Gertrude 59 Mildenhall, Karla Miller, Marilyn 48 129 Miller, Neb 36 38 82 86 88 123 99 Miller, Wendell 78 81 82 117 123 99 Millet, Kay 38 Mills, Madelyn 49 Mitchell, Charles 32 123 Mitchell, Colleen 36 Mitchell, David 18 39 62 120 125 128 109 108 Mitchell, Marilyn 49 Moody, Floy 43 104 103 Moody, Ronald 82 Moon, Merrill 27 Moon, Milton 24 Mooney, Ronald 36 96 Moore, Dorothy 49 Moore, Barbara 24 127 106 Moore, JoAnn 26 119 J Nelson, Eugene 60 Nelson, Glen 39 58 Nelson, Gordon 22 25 31 57 81 82 113 123 104 Nelson, Harold 34 Nelson, Helen 36 119 Nelson, Lovce 24 35 38 118 125 106 Nelson, Joyce 96 Nelson, Marie Nelson, Peggy Nelson, Sandra 49 120 Newman, Annette 18 44 56 59 112 116 Newren, Clothield 32 62 Nielson, Colleen 26 69 127 Nielson, Diane 29 50 58 118 Orton, Merel Orton, Phyllis 46 Orton, Owen 35 96 P-P-P-P-P-P Pace, Barbara 39 59 104 Pace, Russell Paramore, Gloria 18 49 50 59 Paramore, Mary Jo 45 62 63 114 104 Paramore, Pauline 18 41 120 124 125 103 Parker, Jeanene 18 23 24 50 58 113118126128131 105-6 Parris, Roy 27 Parson, Jo Ann 118 Passarella, Mary 34 75 128 Patton, Nephi 18 32 50 82 83 86 88112113117123 107 111 99 Paulson, Alice 37 104 Paulson, JoAnn 41 Paulson, Harold 49 Pay, Neal Payne, LaMar Peay, Bob 81 82 101 122 Peay, Don 17 18 23 50 58 81 82 113 114 123 Peay, Karl Peay, Margaret Peay, Margery 42 Peay, Mariorie 38 Peay, Norma 18 58 Penrod, Gary 30 117 123 Penrod, Jimmy 10 36 78 92 112 119 119 126 Nielson, Swen 43 58 Nielson, Hildred 41 Nisonger, Dan 38 41 58 59 82 84 112 117 104 Noble, LaDawn 49 59 109 116 Norman, Jean 46 Norton, Tom 52 116 Nusink, David 51 81 85 Nusink, Jimmy 82 Nuttall, Gloria 25 Nuttall, Stanley Oare, Rex Ogg, Richard O Gilbert 99, Ogren, Douglas 29 69 125 Oldroyd, Paul 34 81 82 87 88 113 123 104 Olearain, Lois Olsen, Dale 18 25 122 Olsen, Doris 59 Olsen, Gilbert 22 57 82 85 113 11712311196 99 Olsen, Kent Olsen, Lois 46 47 59 64 114 116 127 Olsen, Nancy Olsen, Ray Olsen, Richard 60 Olsen, Robert Olsen, Ronald Olson, Lori Lee 41 120 121 Orton, Jerry 44 Perry, Jay 46 85 Perry, LaVere Peterson Garry E. Peterson, Gerald 58 Peterson, Jerry Peterson, Frances 33 75 Peterson, Larry Peterson Patricia 36 Peterson, Sharlene Peterson, Virginia 32 118 Pierpont Tom 43 119 Pope, Charles 31 sa 123 99 Prestwich, Lloyd 60 Price, Karen 53 Pritchett, Colleen 43 98 Pritchette, Glen Prow, Marilyn 39 58 59 Pulsipher, Dixie 37 62 120 Pulsipher, Venita 24 120 R4R-R31-I-ll Radmall, Susie 49 Radmall, Robert Raven, Veda 31 Rasmussen, Bill Rasmussen, Byron 85 96 Rasmussen, Gary 53 81 82 123 97 96 Rasmussen, Gwen 43 Rasmussen, Jennie Mae 23 Rasmussen, Kathleen 39 114 120 127 Rasmussen, Ilene Yvonne Rasmussen, Reed, Howard 52 62 116 119 Rees, Phyllis 25 118 Reynaud, Dean 7 1 I I Reynaud, Lee Richards, Jim 25 Richins, Arlis 48 Richmond, Richard Rieske , Joyce Rieske, Lee Rieske, Loretta 39 Rigby, Ritchie, Robert Robert Robert Lou Ann 49 59 Virginia 18 39 92 s, Charlene 34 58 s, Dean 58 104 s, Merlene 49 Q 149876 Sorenson, Neva 60 Sorenson, Palma 43 Sorenson, Ray Sorrells, Roy 120 Spaugy, Joan 49 120 Spencer, Janet 26 59 112 Spencer, Virginia 44 Sperry, Arlyn 42 82 86 97 99 Strang, Robert Startup, Joy 37 Steadman, Nan Stephenson, LorReta 40 88112 Strebel, Robertson, Floyd 90 Robinson, Peggy Lou Rose, Melba 24 58 Roper, Mary 23 Ross, Marilyn 48 Roundy, Carol 53 Rowland, Venna 50 Riske, Lee 42 Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Stewart Stewart Stone, Cozette 34 57 130 106 David 42 Gene 10 41112124104 , J. E. 51 , Nadine 43 120 David 49 60 123 Stout, Gary 58 60 Stott, Leland Robert 38 V-V-V-V-V-V S-S-S-S-S-S Salerno, Anna Marie 47 58 62 63 Salerno, Margaret 50 59 62 63 Sardoni, Betty 41 58 62 63 112 Scherer, Norma 45 59 116 104 Schroemages, Henrietta 43 Scott, Helen 36 57 73 130 103 Scott, Joe 34 Scott, Karen 51 Scott, Lelard Scott Leon schabpmsnn, Jay 37 so as 114 Strang, Robert 60 Stringham, Ronald 36 123 Stubbs, Relva 41 Stubbs, Wayne Sturgis, Richard 49 Sunday, Mark Sunday, Pat Swenson, Harold 38 60 Swenson, Kay 58 Swain, Noel 51 Swain, Richard Syme, John 40 Schultz, Van Allen Seely, Joyce 30 69 118 106 Sepp, Velma Sherry, Joel Shipley, Ann 44 50 59 114 1 16 1 19 Shumway, Katie 38 Shurtleff, Lloyd 51 120 Simmons, Almo 33 119 Simmons, Bernard Singleton, Pauline 38 Singleton, Ray 58 Skinner, Dean 42 Skinner, LaVon G. 34 119 T-T-T-T-T-T Tangren, Edward 78 81 82 123 99 Tangren, Norma 43 Tanner, Richard 41 Tarran, Fred Taylor, Carma 18 39 130 104 Taylor, Edith 29 118 126 106 104 Taylor, Evan 18 27 117 123 104 Taylor, Joyce 18 37 Taylor, Lynn Anne 41 119 120 124 103 Taylor, Mark 40 60 Thorne, Jimmy 44 Thorne, Norma Joyce 29 51 73 120 125 128 Thorne, Mary Lou 38 39 122 104 109 108 Thorne, Ned 51 116 Thornton, Verle 41 Thorson, Gail Thorson, Grant Thorson, Keith Thurgood, Donna 18 58 Thurman, Leila 49 108 130 Timpson, Dell 22 56 87 88 108 123 98 99 Tregeagle, Jeri Deane 27 40 60 121 Trimble, Carol Sue 53 60 121 Tsalaky, Ernest 30 31 120 122 124 Tucker, Ted Tueller, Sally 27 57 58 112 113 118 126 106 Turley ,Loreine Turner, Arthur Turner, Richard Turpin, Barbara Tyler, Lamont 45 60 U-U-U-U-U-U Ulibarri, Lydia 42 121 Urie, Ross 39 82 96 Vacher, Renee 23 58 112 118 119 126 Van Dyke, Joan 18 Van Leuven, Marilyn 51 106, Van Wagenen, Glen 35 58 129 Vernon, Robert 38 60 96 Vigil, Max Vigil, Rudy 85 120 96 Vincent, Diane 30 116 Vincent, Janise 73 75 120 106 Wayman, Mary Carol 45 49 58 120 104 Webb, Dan Ralph 53 58 Weight, Weitzeil, Reed 31119123 Betty Wernz, Terald 50 West, Deedie 43 West, Vi ola 43 Westergard, Nancy 49 Westwood, Kent 120 123 White, Dan 96 White, Dennis 62 Whitehead, Armand Whitehead, Earl Wilcox, Sharlene 45 60 Wilde, Donna 39 Wilde, Louise Wilde, Wayne Wilden, Wilder, Darrell Lynnette 39 Wilkerson, Maxine 42 Williams Williams Williams Williams , Williams, Williams Williams Willis, D Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, , Carol 42 , Colene 43 , David 43 David fSoph1 120 Jolene 43 , Shela 46 120 on, Robert avid 96 Bonnie 24 58 Eugene 68 Larry 29 119 Wilson, Ray Wilson, Shirley 28 58 113 127 106 104 Wolsey, Ina 27 78 92 102 Wolsey, Marlene 48 Wong, See Bonn 50 Wood, Anne 45 50 116 120 129 106 104 Wood, Karl 10 22 31 35 65 109 112113119123127104 Wood, LaRae 51 116 Woodward, Don 48 129 Workman, Dolly 37 129 Worsley, Marilyn 43 58 112 Worthen, David 116, 123 Watters, Slavin, Bob Slaymaker, George Smeath, Lorna 45 59 Smith, Barbara 43 Smith, Carol 30 98 114 120 Smith, Carolyn 42 Smith, Diane 44 Smith, Janet 29 96 99 121 104 Smith, Joyce 27 57 119 Smith, Lynn 39 58 Snell, Carol Snow, Claude 46 60 123 Snow, Diana 49 Snow, Lillian 43 Snow Louise 51 snawf Patricia so 73 120 122 too Taylor, Nelson 33 72 125 Taylor, Stanley 18 19 22 26 35 60 6162113120 Terry, Glade 29 31 Thalman, Wayne 29 69 Thatcher, Marlene 24 50 Thatcher, Weston 18 23 72 119 Thayer, Marlene 118 Thayne, Sharon 46 Theobald, Roe Mae 58 65 118 126 106 104 Thomas, ldonna 37 Thomas, Jack 52 Thomas, John 18 28 56 62 Thompson, Melvyn 85 89 1 14 99 Thompson, Phyllis W-W-W-W-W-W Waisner, Shirley 32 74 Walker, Beverly 42 62 Walker, Donell 26 119 130 131 Walker, Geraldine 46 Walters, Derrell Walter, Tom 35 122 Wardle, Larry Warren LoaRae 48 washbdm, velay 45 so so 116 127 Watkins, Carol 44 Watkins, Grant 36 123 Watkins, LeRoy Jennie Watts, Patricia 31 114 120 124 Wayman, Gail 32 57 59 74 75 118119127128106 Wright Erlynne 46 47 116 120 Wright: Evelyn 30 120 104 Wright, Jack 39 82 86 88 123 Wright, LaRene 10 112 104 Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y Young, Gene Young, Harry Young, Jay 49 Young, Mary Alice 48 Young, Richard 33 60 Yarroll, Margie 47 59 Z-Z-Z-Z Zufelt, Wilber one hundred forty-nine one hundred fifty 'ff' 5. . . 2.1:-", ., i.. Pi , s n emofziam . . . X Gafzol Rae ameson Dear Friend, we find the passing of the days Has brought to us a parting of the ways. We cannot see you now, as we did then, Or know the brightness of your smile time and again. fi - .- The touch of clear reality is lost And so do we begin to count the cost. And yet, with all the sadness that e parting brings, There is a note, clear as a bell it rings. It is the memory of times we spent Together, and we find the past is lent A mellowness and richness that extends Through all the years that come, as life depends. To know you was to love your spirit true, To have you for a friend, more than our due. I think we shall defy the passing days To dim or make less real your charming ways. We'Il keep alive the friendship that we've known, And bless you ever tor the good you've sown. JB -4' :Nj . .H .', .V- S .s if one hundred fifty-one A NsfQgZ iii AN Q Ax? Xqtasfixawk A3 6? me Mw,fQ.. f64XfwfX'1?N.X XXX' fin Z ,- X In closing we wish to 1 express our appreciation to all ' - fi those who have worked on the 'I yearbook, for the hours they have .f 5 spent in making the Provost a success. ' L Larsen's Studio has our thanks for taking the pictures that have gone into this book. A 1, ' We are indebted to the S anish Fork Press ' ' ' p 0 for the patience and effort they have shown during ' the publication of our annual. We are sincerely appreciative to the Mountain States Bindery for the commendable iob they have done on the Provost cover. Students, faculty, and especially Mr. Rigby have the thanks of the staff for the cooperation, support, and guidance they have given us. Our ambition was to fill the Provost pages with memories that will recall "a thousand and one nights" and make this book one that everyone will want to read and keep and remember. one hundred fifty-two - Wax llllllll 'I WW fNf' 114 MW N QQ ? f X fy hddfff ufogfuzplzs 1 , I Qufogffap I x 1 r . . 1 . A . I . ,' I N .r ,J -f' L , . A r a 5 5 ,ff I ' l r I n one hundred fifty-five dffy Qufogfzaplus ufogfzaplns I O K I one hundred 'fifty-seven fy ufogiaplms ufogfzaplzs d dfft Qufogfzaplms r A iii? X' wi? "With them the seed of Wisdom did I sewg And with mine own Hand wrought to make it grow." Omar Khayyam f' M is 2 , , fax k k XSD 5 , CQ 5 Q55 if Mkf Q J N? Qi Q


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