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IOMS 


Bryan Hall 

Bryan Hall was constructed in 1908, during a period of ex¬ 
pansion on the WSC campus that saw six buildings completed 
— including College and Van Doren Halls. This campus land¬ 
mark honors Enoch A. Bryan, President of the school from 
1893 to 1916, who successfully built up the institution on a 
slim budget. Originally, Bryan Hall was a combination library 
and assembly hall, patterned after an identical arrangement 
at Harvard. It was essentially a ground floor building with a 
reading room on the mezzanine surrounded by seminar rooms. 
The basement floor was later occupied by the library. The 
auditorium was built after the manner of a theatre with dress¬ 
ing room facilities below, and space for a pipe organ next to 
the stage. At one time, Bryan Hall also housed the College 
Station Post Office. With the completion of Holland Library 
in 1950, more space was available for speech and drama. 
Today Bryan Hall is identified easily, even from a distance, by 
its clock-tower. 










































The CUB — Compton Union Building — opened September 15, 
1952. Ground breaking was May 29, 1949, and Dedication was 
October 25, 1952. The campus community center is named for 
Dr. Wilson Compton, President of WSC from 1945 to 1951. Its 
history began in 1925 with the sale of Mortar Board bricks. 
The Activities-Union Program combines three areas into one 
organizational unit: student clubs and organizations; student 
government activities; Union Program and business operation. 
The CUB was built through combined efforts of students, 
faculty, and staff at a cost of $3,000,000. It was financed by 
Student Fees and Regents’ Bonds, at no expense to the State. 
The building is of contemporary architectural design and 
features reinforced concrete, red brick veneer, and sandstone 
from Arizona and Nevada. There are 172,600 square feet of 
floor space in the CUB. 


CUB 








Holland Library 

Holland Library, honoring Dr. Ernest O. Holland — President 
of WSC from 1916 to 1945 — was dedicated on May 28, 1950. 
The library is arranged according to a divisional library plan: 
humanities, social science, and science. The library’s special 
features include: Audio-Visual Center, Listening Laboratory, 
Archives Library, Reserve Book Room, and Orton Room, where 
special exhibits are displayed. The library’s history began in 
1892-1893 when the library was housed in “The Crib,” original 
college building. It soon moved to the first floor of Old College 
Hall, where Science Hall now stands. When Bryan Hall was 
completed in 1908, the library occupied two floors. By 1927, 
collections of books were stored in rooms throughout the 
campus. Ground was broken on March 15, 1948, for a new 
building, and service to the public began in the summer of 
1951. Latest figures show that there were 763,500 volumes in 
the library on July 1, 1962. 








































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President 

French 



Consultations are a necessary part of the administrative routine. 


As Washington State University ap¬ 
proaches the completion of 75 years of 
service to the people of its State, it can 
look with pride upon the steady improve¬ 
ment in its stature and in the quality of 
its program. The State of Washington is 
seeing the same major increase in enroll¬ 
ment which the country as a whole 
observes. Careful planning and differenti¬ 
ation of function is necessary if each of 
the institutions offering post high school 
education is to play its part in the most 
effective way. We are fortunate in 
Washington that the people, through our 
representatives in the Legislature, have 
given a high level of support to education 
in general and to higher education in 
particular. To merit this confidence, we 
must continue to improve our program 
and, in the wise expenditure of the in¬ 
creasing sums given to the University, 
justify the confidence which the people 
of the State have placed in us. This is our 
constant effort. 



The important signature is placed on a business reply letter. 


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Board of Regents 


The eight members of the board of regents meet 
monthly to discuss business concerning Washington 
State University. The members are appointed by 
the governor and govern all actions of WSU. 



Vice President: Leo Weisfield 



President: Thomas P. Gose 



ROW Is Dr. C. Clement French, Mr. Thomas P. Gose, Mr. Leo Weisfield. ROW 2: Dr. Harry Pitluck, Mrs. Henry B. Owen, Dr. H. Dewayne Kreager, 
Dr. Milton Durham, Mr. Jack C. Cole. 


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Governor Rosellini 




Governor Albert Rosellini, in his second 
term of office, visited the WSU campus 
twice this year. The last weekend in March 
he gave an award for the outstanding FFA 
boy attending the FFA Convention. Gov¬ 
ernor Rosellini was also special guest at 
the sixty-seventh annual Commencement on 
Sunday, June 2. The last governor to par¬ 
ticipate in Commencement exercises was 
here in 1949. 



President French and Governor Rosellini exchange comments 
at the tea held in his honor. 


Congratulations are offered by Governor Rosellini to the outstanding 
FFA boy. 

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S. Town Stephenson 
Dean of the Faculty 


Academic 

Administration 





















Claude Simpson P. J. Rempel at the organ. 

Director of Admissions 

Registrar 





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P. J. Rempel, Coordinator 
General Education and 
Curriculum Advisory Program 



G. Donald Smith 

Director 

Libraries 



















Carl Pettibone 
Business Manager 


Business 

Management 



Lauren Shelton 
Comptroller 




Jack Feise 
Data Processing Supervisor 


Janis Ikstrums 
Budget Officer 

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Harold W. Dodgen 
Director, Nuclear Reactor Project 










































Merl S. Simmons 
Manager 

Student Book Corporation 

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Lloyd G. Everest 
Personnel Officer 
Staff Personnel Office 



S. C. Markley 
Superintendent 
Buildings and Grounds 



Stan Bates 
Director 

Intercollegiate Athletics 



Philip E. Keene 
University Architect 



William L. Poindexter 
Director 

Housing and Food Service 



Ottis W. Rechard 
Director 

Computing Center 












































Student 

Relations 



J. C. Clevenger 
Dean of Students 



William Cass, Director 
Student Counseling Service 



Arthur McCartan 
Dean of Men 



Robert W. Chick, Director 
Wilson Compton Building 



Catherine M. Northrup 
Associate Dean of Women 



J. Winston Martin 
Assistant Dean of Men 


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Dr. Buttermore at work. 



Jo Anne Johnson 
Assistant Dean of Women 




Dorothy J. Campbell 
International Student Advisor 



Oliver Johnson 
Campus Sanitarian 



Walter Bristol 
Placement Bureau 


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State Relations 


State relations is responsible for relations with state 
and federal agencies, with alumni and with the 
general public. The office of information, office of 
publication, news bureau, and radio and television 
services fall under this area. 



Allen Miller 
Director, Office of Information 




Robert Mott 
Manager, KWSC Radio TV 


Dennis Morrison 
Director, News Bureau 



Eugene Patterson 
Director of Alumni Relations, 
Office of Graduate Records 


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Louis L. Madsen 
Director, Institute of 
Agricultural Sciences 



Mark T. Buchanan 
Director, Agricultural 
Experiment Stations 



C. A. Svinth 
Director, Agricutural 
Extension Service 



George W. Fischer 
Dean 

College of Agriculture 



E. J. Working 
Department Chairman 
Agricultural Economics 



June Roberts 
Department Chairman 
Agricultural Engineering 


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Institute 

The College of Agriculture 
strives to train the student in his 
major field and also stimulate a 
general education. There are fif¬ 
teen department programs one 
may choose. Technical Agricul¬ 
ture, Science of Specialization, 
and Agricultural Business are the 
three main career divisions for 
which this training prepares the 
student. 


of Agricultural 



B. R. Bertramson 
Department Chairman 
Agronomy 


Sciences 



T. H. Blosser 
Department Chairman 
Dairy Science 




M. Walter Galgan 
Acting Chairman 
Animal Science 


John P. Nagle 

Department Chairman 

Forestry and Range Management 



T. A. Merrill 
Department Chairman 
Horticulture 


C. Gardner Shaw 
Department Chairman 
Plant Pathology 




James McGinnis 
Department Chairman 
Poultry Science 


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ROW 1 

George Craig Akishin, Seattle 
Forestry 

Frederick Andrews, Yakima 
Agricultural Economics 
Norman Baird, Kent 
Agriculture 

Patrick Baldwin, Quincy 
Animal Science 
Larry Barden, Newman Lake 
Dairy Science 

Alan K. Bargmeyer, Pullman 
Agricultural Economics 

ROW 2 

James Howard Beck, Kelso 
Agricultural Education 
Bradford Berry, Carnation 
Animal Science 
Glenn Rae Betz, Cheney 
Dairy Science 

Larry Ray Boots, Enumclaw 
Dairy Science 

John Borden, Vancouver, B.C. 

Entomology 
Don Brown, Bremerton 
Horticulture 

ROW 3 

Bob Campbell, Waputo 
General Agriculture 
Duane Carnine, Castle Rock 
Forestry 

Norman Cavadini, Mansfield 
General Agriculture 
Ashis Chakravarrti, 

Silctuir Assam, India 
Dairy Science 

Ralph M. Cornwall, Spokane 
Forestry 

Gail Cramer, Wapato 
Agricultural Economics 

ROW 4 

Richard Dutton, Mt. Vernon 
Agriculture 

Kent Dennis Elsey, Seattle 
Agricultural Entomology 
John R. Erickson, Ellensburg 
Agronomy 

Eugene E. Feenan, St. John 
Agronomy 

Dwight Ferguson, Clarkston 
Animal Science 
Vaden Forrest Floch, Asotin 
Agricultural Education 

ROW 5 

Herbert Friescn, Vancouver 
Agricultural Economics 
R. Boyd Gossard, Glenoma 
Forestry 

Gary S. Gross, Wilson Creek 
Agronomy 

Richard E. Hanson, Jr., 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Horticulture 

Wendell Haworth, Outlook 
Agronomy 

Lewis P. Heimbigner, Odessa 
Agricultural Economics 

ROW 6 

Emil J. Hovrud, Pomeroy 
Agronomy 
C. Gregory Johnson, 

Wallowa, Oregon 
Range Management 
Dale Albert Kjack, Malden 
Agricultural Economics 
Albert L. LeCount, Hoquiam 
Wildlife Biology 
Art Lemke, Everett 
Horticulture 

Henry A. Levien, Ferndale 
Dairy Science 

ROW 7 

John E. Lofdahl, Ferndale 
Agronomy 

Ronald Long, Naches 
Range Management 
Stephen Maxson, Walla Walla 
Forestry 


College of Agriculture 


















1963 Graduates 



ROW I 

Ron McConnell, Tacoma 
Conservation 
Geral 1. McDonald, 

Walla Walla 
Forestry 

Glenn Allen McDonald, 
Walla Walla 

Forestry Management 
Michael K. Milligan, Seattle 
Range Management 
John Edward Mitchell, Pasco 
Range Management 
Millar Morrison, Greenacres 
Animal Science 

ROW 2 

Gary Guy Newman, Zillah 
Animal Science 
Irwin A. Noteboom, Ltjnden 
Agricultural Economics 
Jerry O’Hare, Everett 
Forestry 

Charles Oldenburg, Pomeroy 
Horticulture 
Paul Olsen, Pullman 
General Agriculture 
Cecil LeRoy Parker, Colville 
Dairy Science 

ROW 3 

Gary Roy Paul, Harrington 
Range Management 
Heather Ann Parson, Burton 
Horticulture 

William T. Petty, Chesaw 
Animal Science 
Vincent J. Philbrick, Cowiche 
Dairy Science 

Theodore L. Potter, Pullman 
Agricultural Education 
Morgan H. Rapp, Pullman 
Animal Science 

ROW 4 

Ronald Rickman, Pomeroy 
Soils 

Elno D. Roundy, Pomeroy 
Range Management 
Ronald Routson, Peshastin 
Agricultural Education 
Quentin A. Sannes, Auburn 
Agricultural Economics 
Walter D. Schodde, Buckley 
Dairy Science 

John Edward Sharp, Prescott 
Agronomy 

ROW 5 

Roy Robert Sines, Wenatchee 
Forestry 

Douglas A. Smith, Puyallup 
Agricultural Economics 
Fred E. Smith, Dry den 
Horticulture 
Gary Jay Stoffer, Prosser 
Dairy Science 
Darrell Tanner, Spokane 
Dairy Science 

Dale Tenneson, S edro Wooley 
Dairy Science 

ROW 6 

Richard G. Tetrick, Pomeroy 
Agronomy 

John Thompson, Jr., Everett 
Forestry 

Terry Titus, Pullman 
Dairy Science 

Marcus W. Tollett, Thornton 
Agricultural Economics 
Margaret A. Webb, Seattle 
Forestry 

Donald P. Wesen, Burlington 
Dairy Science 

ROW 7 

Shannon White, Cosmopolis 
Wildlife Biology 
Loren B. Wills, Burlington 
Agricultural Mechanization 
Joseph L. Wilson, Clarkston 
Agronomy 

Harry M. Yamamoto, 

Moses Lake 

Agricultural Entomology 















J. P. Spielman 
Dean 

College of Engineering 



E. W. Greenfield 

Director, Division of Industrial Research 



Servet A. Duran 
Department Chairman 
Metallurgy 



D. L. Masson 
Department Chairman 
Mining 


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Institute of Technology 


A great deal of research is con¬ 
ducted in science and engineer¬ 
ing by students in the Institute 
of Technology. The Institute of 
Technology includes the College 
of Engineering and Mineral 
Technology in addition to the 
Division of Industrial Research, 
Mining Experiment Station and 
the Technical Extension Serv¬ 
ices. Emphasis is placed on the 
engineer who has been trained in 
the fundamentals of his chosen 
field. 



Harry C. Weller 
Department Chairman 
Architectural Engineering 



George T. Austin 
Department Chairman 
Chemical Engineering 



Emmett B. Moore 
Department Chairman 
Civil Engineering 


Attie L. Betts 
Department Chairman 
Electrical Engineering 



H. A. Sorensen 
Department Chairman 
Mechanical Engineering 


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ROW 1 

Kenneth Anderson, Hoquiam 
Mechanical Engineering 
Thomas R. Anderson, Seattle 
Civil Engineering 
Clyde Hisashi Akiyama 
Honolulu , Hawaii 

Mechanical Engineering 
Dennis A. Armstrong, 

Spokane 

Mechanical Engineering 
Ervin Bader, Jr., Kennewick 
Civil Engineering 

ROW 2 

Ronald G. Bailey, Poulsbo 
Electrical Engineering 
John Bartholet, Fort Lewis 
Civil Engineering 
Bruce Bayley, Walla Walla 
Chemical Engineering 
Gayle Arden Bea, Yakima 
Electrical Engineering 
George G. Bellamy, 
Bellingham 

Physical Metallurgy 

ROW 3 

Bert Belles, Oakesdale 
Mechanical Engineering 
Paul Owen Beyersdorf, 
Spokane 

Electrical Engineering 
Arthur Emil Bisig, Sumner 
Mechanical Engineering 
Thomas William Black, 
Spokane 

Electrical Engineering 
Stephen W. Blomgren, 
Edwall 

Agricultural Engineering 
ROW 4 

Neil Bloom, Kennewick 
Mechanical Engineering 
George Bluhm, Tacoma 
Agricultural Engineering 
Max Edward Bolte, 
Woodland 

Architectural Engineering 
James Guyon Bull, Tacoma 
Electrical Engineering 
Robert Hal Chamberlin, 
Bremerton 

Mechanical Engineering 
ROW 5 

Alfred James Chase, Marshall 
Electrical Engineering 
Neal Cheldelin, Prosser 
Electrical Engineering 
John W. Cordcr, Richland 
Physical Metallurgy 
David Carl Crowe, Kirkland 
Civil Engineering 
Edward Dahl, Humptulips 
Mechanical Engineering 

ROW 6 

Larry James Dawson, 

Everett 

Agricultural Engineering 
Gerald William Deakin, 
Lincoln 

Electrical Engineering 
Kenneth J. DeBord, 
Lynnwood 

Civil Engineering 
Darryl Orville Dickey, 
Spokane 

Architectural Engineering 


Engineering and Mineral 
Technology 



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1963 Graduates 



ROW l 

Jan Georg Digerud 
Hongsvinger, Norway 
Civil Engineering 
Don Dodge, Wapato 

Agricultural Engineering 
Jack Eugene Douglas, 
Pullman 

Mechanical Engineering 
Vee Dee Drummond, 
Cashmere 

Electrical Engineering 
Richard Durant, Selah 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 2 

Kenneth M. Edgar, Grotto 
Civil Engineering 
Dell Elliott, Withrow 
Mechanical Engineering 
Benjamin Lynn Ellison, 
Seattle 

Mechanical Engineering 
Peter Jen Sheng Eng, Seattle 
Architectural Engineering 
David Samuel Ensor, 
Davenport 

Chemical Engineering 
ROW 3 

Del Erickson, Spokane 
Civil Engineering 
Tracy Lee Eriksen, Sf. John 
Agricultural Engineering 
Dennis James Evans, 
Kennewick 

Physical Metallurgy 
Therone M. Faris, 

Washougal 

Civil Engineering 
James Ehle Finnila, 
Longview 

Mechanical Engineering 
ROW 4 

Richard William Fischer, 
Lake Villa, Illinois 
Civil Engineering 
William Flatt, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 
Eilif T. Fredriksen 
Stokmarknes, Norway 
Civil Engineering 
Thomas F. Fuller, 

Walla Walla 

Civil Engineering 
William Gluth, Port Angeles 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 5 

Paul Terrance Godsil 
Washougal 

Civil Engineering 
Richard H. Goehner, Dry den 
Electrical Engineering 
Jack Charles Granger, 

Nine Mile Falls 
Civil Engineering 
Richard Martin Graven, 
Bonner, Montana 

Electrical Engineering 
Hans Trygve Grobstok, 

Oslo Norway 

Architectural Engineering 
ROW 6 

James LeRoy Hamilton, 
Rockford 

Architectural Engineering 
George Hanno, Aleppo, Syria 
Civil Engineering 
David Morrow Hirzel, 
Clarkston 

Architectural Engineering 
Ron Hormano, Fairfield 
Civil Engineering 
John Graham Hubenthal, 
Lewiston, Idaho 

Architectural Engineering 














ROW 1 

James C. Hunter, Camas 
Building Theory 
and Practice 

Robert C. Jenkins, Seattle 
Civil Engineering 
Francis Jensen, 

Cheyenne, North Dakota 
Agricultural Engineering 
William L. Johnston, Rosalia 
Agricultural Engineering 
Richard Kaden, Bridgeport 
Civil Engineering 

ROW 2 

Riad Kayyali, Aleppo y Syria 
Civil Engineering 
Bo Woon Kim, Seoul, Korea 
Electrical Engineering 
Rex E. King, Othello 
Electrical Engineering 
Robert A. Klein, Vancouver 
Civil Engineering 
Wilmar A. Kohne, Everett 
Mechanical Engineering 

ROW 3 

Robert Paul Kurtz, Everett 
Mechanical Engineering 
Loel Labberton, Wapato 
Chemical Engineering 
David LaFrance, Loon Lake 
Agricultural Engineering 
John McCoy Lamb, Richland 
Building Theory 
and Practice 

Markley LaPointe, Everett 
Chemical Engineering 

ROW 4 

Darrell Allan Learn, Colville 
Civil Engineering 
Richard Leber, South Bend 
Civil Engineering 
Joe Wayne Loe, Kennewick 
Physical Metallurgy 
Peter Shang Luke, Seattle 
Architectural Engineering 
Wayne E. Mattson, Olympia 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 5 

Douglas H. May, Pullman 
Mechanical Engineering 
Glenn Lee Mayfield, Camas 
Mechanical Engineering 
Jerry McBride, Spokane 
Mechanical Engineering 
C. McFarland, Jr., Pullman 
Mechanical Engineering 
Gary B. Morgan, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 6 

George E. Motteler, Colville 
Electrical Engineering 
Gary Murray, Pullman 
Mechanical Engineering 
Douglas C. Myhre, Tacoma 
Civil Engineering 
Ray Nelson, Everett 
Electrical Engineering 
Franklin Lee Olson, Pasco 
Chemical Engineering 


Engineering and Mineral 
Technology 









1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Warron W. Olson, Richland 
Mechanical Engineering 
Norman Olsen, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 
Gary Onstot, Asotin 
Electrical Engineering 
Roy Pearson, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 
Gary Richard Pfaff, Garfield 
Electrical Engineering 

ROW 2 

Ronald L. Richards, Yakima 
Chemical Engineering 
Myron E. Robinson, Seattle 
Building Theory 
and Practice 

Roger Lloyd Schiess, Seattle 
Chemical Engineering 
Gaymond Schultz, Davenport 
Electrical Engineering 
Michael Schwab, Buckley 
Chemical Engineering 

ROW 3 

John Byron Scott, Hoquiam 
Civil Engineering 
George J. Simchuk, Spokane 
Mining Engineering 
Philo David Smith, Spokane 
Electrical Engineering 
Kenneth Spain, Trail , B.C. 
Building Theory 
and Practice 

John Stephenson, Pullman 
Civil Engineering 

ROW 4 

Douglas C. Sullivan 
London, England 

Chemical Engineering 
Donald A. Svinth, Pullman 
Civil Engineering 
Larry Ross Sweet, 

Fairbanks, Alaska 

Electrical Engineering 
Keith A. Switzer, Spokane 
Mechanical Engineering 
Merle D. Temple, Onalaska 
Physical Metallurgy 

ROW 5 

Arnold J. Tomac, Renton 
Electrical Engineering 
Bob Topness, Bremerton 
Chemical Engineering 
John P. Vandermeulen, 
Richland 

Electrical Engineering 
Kenneth F. Waldrip, Spokane 
Mechanical Engineering 
Kenneth R. Weldin, Rosalia 
Chemical Engineering 

ROW 6 

Joel E. Wesselman, Tacoma 
Civil Engineering 
William Willenberg, Seattle 
Electrical Engineering 
Donald Lee Wilson, Spokane 
Mechanical Engineering 
Robert Wilson, Wenatchee 
Civil Engineering 
Ralph Womack, Eugene, Ore. 
Electrical Engineering 


















Jane E. Werden 
Dean 

College of Home Economics 


The curriculums of study in the 
College of Home Economics pre¬ 
pares students for work in several 
areas of home economics as well 
as home and community living. 
It may also lead to business and 
professional positions in dietetics, 
interior decoration, or education. 
The field of general home eco¬ 
nomics with radio and journalism 
is an excellent combination for 
a professional career. 



Emma E. Harris 
Department Chairman 
Child Development 



Grace E. Sweatt 
Department Chairman 
Institution Economics 



Anna L. Wood 
Department Chairman 
Interior Decoration 


College of 

Home 

Economics 



H. Delight Maughan 
Department Chairman 
Foods and Nutrition 



Mignon Perry 
Department Chairman 
Clothing and Textiles 



































1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Mardith Lynn Ashe, 

Castle Rock 

Foods and Nutrition 
Margaret E. Beck, Woodland 
Home Economics 
Judith Kay Buess, Chehalis 
Home Economics 
Mamell Lida Clement, 
Puyallup 

Foods and Nutrition 
Jean Marie Cooper, Warden 
Home Economics 

ROW 2 

Virginia Crowe, Silverdale 
Home Economics 
Judith Ann Davis, Ellensburg 
Home Economics 
Barbara Gail Dunning, 
Yakima 

Home Economics 
Megan Kay Ennis, Ephrata 
Home Economics 
Judith Ann Ferguson, Renton 
Institution Economics 

ROW 3 

Sharon Lee Ferguson, 
Snohomish 

Home Economics 
Angela Karen Fromm, 

Yakima 

Clothing and Textiles 
Dorothy Frost, 

Salt Lake City , Utah 
Child Development 
Corinne L. Gaspers, 

East Wenatchee 
Home Economics 
Betty Jane Gizinski, 

Port Townsend 
Home Economics 

ROW 4 

Judith K. Gorden, Colville 
Interior Decoration 
Carole Lynn Gunn, 

Castle Rock 

Home Economics 
Mara Stockton Hansen, 

Moses Lake 

Home Economics 
Marjorie C. Harris, Seattle 
Home Economics 
Daniel B. Howell, Spokane 
Interior Decoration 

ROW 5 

Kathy Kupers, Harrington 
Home Economics 
Dianne Moreen Lengel, 
Bremerton 

Home Economics 
Lois Lowary, Winona 
Home Economics 

ROW 6 

Janet Jean McEachern, 
Seattle 

Interior Decoration 
Lois Jean Meyer, Vancouver 
Home Economics 


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College of Home Economics 


ROW 1 

Susan W. Moffett, Pasco 
Home Economics 
Marion Ranko Morimoto, 
Honolulu , Hawaii 
Interior Decoration 
Geraldine F. Nelson, Auburn 
Home Economics 
Eriann Pearson, Seattle 
Home Economics 
Patricia Kay Richards, 
Yakima 

Home Economics 
ROW 2 

Deanna Fay Richardson, 
Camas 

Home Economics 
Norma Jean Rickman, 
Newport 

Interior Decoration 
Patricia Ann Ring, Wilbur 
Home Economics 
Beverly Alene Rowe, Seattle 
Foods and Nutrition 
Joanne Emily Schultz, 
Spokane 

Home Economics 
ROW 3 

Lois Marie Scott, Burlington 
Home Economics 
Margaret Setzler, Puyallup 
Home Economics 
Lynette Adell Skaarup, 
Burlington 

Home Economics 
Jane Kestin Smith, Yakima 
Clothing and Textiles 
Helen Marie Solem, lssaquah 
Home Economics 

ROW 4 

Sara May Stringham, Pasco 
Home Economics 
Carol Anne Takahashi, 

Mary Hill 

Interior Decoration 
Barbara Lee Taylor, 
lssaquah 

Home Economics 
Barbara Jeanne Teel, 
Davenport 

Clothing and Textiles 
Bernadine Tenn, 

Honolulu , Hawaii 
Home Economics 

ROW 5 

Karen Camille Ullman, 
Seattle 

Home Economics 
Joanne Undeberg, Ritzville 
Home Economics 
Doravin Anne Weston, 
Enumclaw 

Home Economics 

ROW 6 

Jean Wheeler, Bremerton 
Child Development 
Melanie Mae Wood, Seattle 
Home Economics 



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Eugene Clark 
Dean 

College of Economics and Business 


The College of Economics and 
Business offers courses of study 
of economic relationships and 
public policy. The curriculum is 
designed for those students who 
prefer a general university pro¬ 
gram with an emphasis on the 
economic relationships in busi¬ 
ness, both public and private, 
and in national and international 
organizations. Students are 
qualified for positions in research 
and as business executives. 



R. D. Tousley 
Department Chairman 
Business Administration 


College of 
Economics 
and Business 



Ralph I. Thayer 
Department Chairman 
Economics 



Robert E. Hoskinson 
Department Chairman 
Secretarial Studies 








































College of Economics and Businesi 


ROW 1 

Dale Fenwick Adams, 
Kennewick 

Business Administration 
Georgia Alexander, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Gene Nelson Ashmore, 
Rockford 

Business Administration 
Richard C. Axlund, Tacoma 
Business Administration 
Shan Beck, Walla Walla 
Secretarial Studies 

ROW 2 

Gerald Edward Betts, 
Spokane 

Business Administration 
Janice Lillian Bishop, 
Torrance , California 
Business Administration 
Allen Gord Brothers, 

Otis Orchards 

Industrial Management 
Arthur Scott Case, Kirkland 
Business Administration 
Charles R. Conant, Prosser 
Business Administration 

ROW 3 

Bruce Ray Cook, Burlington 
Business Administration 
John Ellis Cooper, Yakima 
Economics 
Jack Cousyn, Jr., 
Leavenworth 

Business Administration 
David George Craig, 
Richland 

Business Administration 
Clark Richard Daly, Spokane 
Business Administration 

ROW 4 

Donald E. Davidson, Seattle 
Business Administration 
Lauren L. DeFreece, Sumner 
Business Administration 
Robert John Diercks, 

Spokane 

Economics 

ROW 5 

Richard Dolan, Pullman 
Business Administration 
Leonard Lewis Dowd, 
Prosser 

Business Administration 
Robert Dybing, Cheney 
Business Administration 



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1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Gene Olai Erickson, Spokane 
Hotel Administration 
James L. Erickson, 

Wenatchee 
Accounting 
James Manley Ewing, 
Spokane 

Business Administration 
Darlene Fay Field, 
Ellensburg 

Hotel Administration 
Gary Henry Fors, Puyallup 
Business Administration 

ROW 2 

Michael Fotheringill, Tacoma 
Business Administration 
Gerald Earl Gibson, Pullman 
Business Administration 
Margaret Gilbreath, Dayton 
Secretarial Studies 
Larry Michael Gill, Olympia 
Hotel Administration 
James E. Green 
Monroeton, Pennsylvania 
Business Administration 

ROW 3 

Patricia Lee Grimes, 
Wenatchee 
Accounting 
Jerry Hansen, Spokane 
Business Administration 
Virginia C. Hamed, Seattle 
Business Administration 
Robert Winslow Harris, 

San Diego, California 
Business Administration 
William Hill, Plaza 
Economics 

ROW 4 

George Oliver Hood, 
Edmonton, Alberta 

Business Administration 
David E. Hougland, 

Republic 

Retail Management 
Ronald Arthur Hunt, 
Lethbridge, Alberta 

Business Administration 

ROW 5 

Fred Robert Hyde, Almira 
Economics 

Donna Dae Ice, Prosser 
Business Education 
Loralee Mae Johnson, Seattle 
Business Administration 


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College of Economics and Busines: 


ROW 1 

Marilyn J. Karlenberg, Seattle 
Business Administration 
Dave Burton Keatts, Pullman 
Business Administration 
Joan Ronan Kennedy, Tekoa 
Secretarial Studies 
Roberta Jean Kissling, Ornak 
Business Administration 
George F. Knickrehm, 

Yakima 

Hotel Administration 
ROW 2 

Dave Lee Kostenbader, 
Sunnyside 

Business Administration 
Lawrence G. K. Lau, 

Langley 

Business Administration 
Mike Leffel, Spokane 
Business Administration 
James Louis Lemery, 
Portlandy Oregon 

Business Administration 
Ronald Keith Martin, 
Spokane 

Business Administration 
ROW 3 

John Edward Maxwell, 
Spokane 

Business Administration 
Bonnie L. McWilliams, 

Los Angeles, California 
Secretarial Studies 
Sterling T. Monroe, 
Okanogan 

Business Administration 
Roger Velton Muller, 

Walla Walla 
Business Administration 
Arthur Dale Neely, Seattle 
Hotel Administration 

ROW 4 

James Alvin Nielsen, 
Enumclaw 

Business Administration 
Robert W. Pennington, 
Spokane 

Business Administration 
John Wesley Perry, Colfax 
Business Administration 

ROW 5 

Donald Richard Peters, 
Manson 

Business Administration 
Donald J. Pickard, 

Calgary, Alberta 

Business Administration 
Harry Kemsey Picton, 

Du Pont 

Business Administration 



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1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Dale Vincent Rahier, Elbe 
Business Administration 
Wayne Craig Rembold, 

Walla Walla 

Business Administration 
Walter Rulffes, Otis Orchards 
Business Administration 
Judith M. Saindon, Tacoma 
Business Administration 
Henry W. Schmidt, Jr. 
Olympia 

Production Management 
ROW 2 

Alvin Richard Shannon, 
Entiat 
Economics 

John DeLisle Simchuk, 
Spokane 

Business Administration 
Yvonee Gay Simerly, 
Vancouver 

Business Administration 
George Delwin Singer, 
Vashon Island 

Business Administration 
Richard R. Steen, Seattle 
Business Administration 

ROW 3 

Gary Lee Steiling, Tacoma 
Business Administration 
William Michael Stern, 
Ellensburg 

Business Administration 
George Clinton Thomas, 
Seattle 

Business Administration 
Carol Lynn Toll, Spokane 
Secretarial 
Studies Education 
William Van Doren, 
Wenatchee 

Business Administration 
ROW 4 

Howard Douglas Walker, 
Kent 

Business Administration 
William K. Webster, Jr. 

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 
Hotel Administration 
Robert Earl Wikoff, Yakima 
Business Administration 

ROW 5 

Larry John Wilson, 

Walla Walla 

Business Administration 
Stephen A. Young, Yakima 
Business Administration 
Larry Lee Zimmerman, 
Cheney 

Business Administration 
ROW 6 

William Harvey Zirkle, Selah 
Business Administration 










Z. B. Katterle 
Dean 

College of Education 


College of 
Education 


In April of 1960, the State Board 
of Education of the State of 
Washington adopted new guide¬ 
lines and standards for programs 
of study leading to teacher cer¬ 
tification. The age level a stu¬ 
dent wishes to teach deserves 
careful consideration. Helping 
young people to develop all 
their capacities and opportuni¬ 
ties is the goal of graduates in 
education. 


ROW 1 

Janice Aaring, Pullman 
Education 

Gary Dean Alexander, 
Opportunity 
Industrial Arts 
Verree Lyn Anderson, 
Olympia 
Education 

Lianne Jean Arstein, Everett 
Education 

Marlene Dale Ashley, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 2 

Jeanette E. Barner, Tacoma 
■ Education 

Susan E. Berger, Everett 
Education 
Nancy Camille Betz, 

Spokane 

Education 

Sharon Rose Blomquist, 
Walla Walla 
Education 

Catherine L. Bolte, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 3 

Maryan Breakey, Bellingham 
Elementary Education 
William T. Bridges, 
Grandview 
Education 

Marlene Mae Broeckel, 
LaCrosse 
Education 

Darlene Carlton, Selah 
Education 
Norma Jean Celmer, 
Puyallup 
Education 



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1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Carol Ann Cheney, Yakima 
Education 

Arden Lynn Coe, Waverly 
Education 

Susan A. Coffin, Millwood 
Education 

Nancy Marie Collins, 
Tacoma 
Education 

Bryce Gay Cook, Burlington 
Industrial Arts 

ROW 2 

Shirley Ann Cook, 
Skamokawa 
Education 

Susan Carol Crocker, 

Tacoma 

Education 

Jo Ann Culver, Spokane 
Education 

Stayna Ann Degg, Raymond 
Education 

Karen J. Diercks, Bremerton 
Education 

ROW 3 

Phyllis A. Dietsch, 

White Salmon 
Education 

Willadene Dietz, Colville 
Education 

Gretchen Dunlap, LaConner 
Education 

Virgil Eugene Edstrom, 
Pullman 

Industrial Arts 
Nancy Laird Ellison, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 4 

Barbara Faye Emerson, 
Yakima 
Education 

Joan Marilyn Erickson, 
Aberdeen 
Education 

Wynne Rae Ann Fink, 
Columbus, Montana 
Education 

Aria Faith Fjeseth, Warden 
Education 

Liane V. Francis, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 5 

Frederick A. Gamsey, 
Tacoma 
Education 
Betty K. Gradwohl, 

Walla Walla 
Education 

Karen Beth Grove, Tacoma 
Education 

Karen Marie Gustafson, 
Seattle 
Education 

Judy Ann Harden, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 6 

Mary Lou Hay, Seattle 
Education 

Euritha Anne Headrick, 
Wenatchee 
Education 











College of Education 


ROW 1 

Carol Marie Heinbaugh, 
Moses Lake 
Education 

Carolyn Jeanne Hill, Seattle 
Education 

Jane Olive Hinrichs, Pullman 
Education 

Margaret Ann Hodge, 
Tacoma 

General Studies 
Henry Jarvits, Tacoma 
General Biological 
Sciences 

ROW 2 

Nancy Lee Jensen, Puyallup 
Education 

Claus Otto Joens, Rosalia 
General Mathematics 
Georgene Lee Johnson, 
Olympia 
Education 

Lael Ann Kiefer, Vancouver 
Education 

Fran Binder Lancaster, 
Woodland Hills , California 
Education 

ROW 3 

Sharon Jean Lee, Shelton 
Education 

Patricia Aileen Lees, Seattle 
Education 

Vivien Lewis, Fairfield 
Education 

Vivienne L. Marlatt, Pullman 
Education 

Dorothy L. Matthicsen, 
Kirkland 
Education 

ROW 4 

Carolyn Pearl Mavity, 
Spokane 
Education 

Judith Lynne Maxson, 

Walla Walla 
Education 

Sue E. McCleneghan, 
Spokane 
Education 

Judith S. Menning, Pullman 
Education 

Marilyn Marie Merz, Seattle 
Education 

ROW 5 

Janet Louise Mitchell, 
Richland 
Education 
Janet Louise Moore, 
Vancouver 
Education 

Susan Madge Myklebust, 
Pullman 
Education 

ROW 6 

Patricia Joan Ness, Everett 
Education 

Nancy Nethercutt, Spokane 
Education 

Cheryl Anne Newland, Yelm 
Education 



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1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Linda Louise Newlean, 
Vancouver 
Education 

Elaine Olsen, S unntjside 
Elementary Education 
Donna Jean Orr, Shelton 
Education 

Phyllis J. Osterloh, Quincy 
Education 

Joan Lorraine Potts, Lamont 
Education 

ROW 2 

Sharon Lee Quirk, Wilbur 
Education 

Karen Lee Reed, Tacoma 
Education 

Judith A. Rees, Richland 
Education 

Anne Louise Ripley, Bellevue 
Education 

Judith Berne Sanders, 
Monterey Park, California 
Education 

ROW 3 

Regina Faye Scheiler, 
Pullman 
Education 

Karen Kay Schwisow, 
Ritzville 
Education 

Carol Semler, Longview 
Education 

Robert L. Snyder, Pullman 
Industrial Arts 
Camilla Lee Spanjer, 
Cashmere 
Education 

ROW 4 

Ann E. Stinchfield, 

Pollock Pines, California 
Education 

Marilynn M. Thorson, 
Aberdeen 
Education 
Mary L. Tillotson, 

Arcadia, California 
Education 
Ann Titus, Pullman 
Education 

Glenda Joan Tull, Prosser 
Education 

ROW 5 

Georgia Kay Umphenour, 
Shelton 
Education 

Wyllis Ethel Warwick, 
Aberdeen 
Education 

Linda Louise Williams, 

Walla Walla 
Education 

ROW 6 

Ann Elizabeth Wilson, 

T acoma 
Education 

Marilyn Ruth Worley, Seattle 
Education 

Richard Gale Worthy, 
Pullman 
Education 

















Allen I. White 
Dean 

College of Pharmacy 


ROW 1 

Elizabeth Ida Baird, Auburn 
Pharmacy 

William M. Bates, Spokane 
Pharmacy 

Gary Monroe Costner, 
Bremerton 
Pharmacy 

Kenneth Leo Cox, Colfax 
Pharmacy 

David John Gusseck, 
Lewiston , Idaho 
Pharmacy 

Donald Max Humphrey, 
Pullman 
Pharmacy 

ROW 2 

Nancy V. James, 

Spokane Valley 
Pharmacy 

Ronald Lee Johnson, 
Richland 
Pharmacy 

Murlin D. Luedecker, 
Aberdeen 
Pharmacy 

Douglas Manley Payne, 
Enderby, British Columbia 
Pharmacy 

Larry Grant Schiffner 
Spokane 
Pharmacy 

ROW 3 

John Curtis Smith, Lynden 
Pharmacy 

David Roy Tufts, Yakima 
Pharmacy 

Charles Paul Veach, Tacoma 
Pharmacy 

Victor Arthur Verling, 
Youngstown, New York 
Pharmacy 


College of 
Pharmacy 

The pharmacy curriculum is di¬ 
vided into five areas: Pharmacy, 
dealing with compounding; 
Pharmaceutical Chemistry, the 
principles of chemistry applied 
to the problems of pharmacy; 
Pharmacognosy, the study of 
drugs of natural origin; Pharma¬ 
cology, the study of the business 
principles and laws of pharmacy. 
The program strives to develop 
students qualified for service in 
these areas and to promote the 
professional development of the 
practicing pharmacist. 





















Golden Romney 
Dean 

College of P.E. and Recreation 


College of 
Physical 
Education and 
Recreation 



Carol E. Gordon 
Department Chairman 
P.E. for Women 


The College of Physical Educa¬ 
tion and Recreation offers a 
major in both physical education 
and recreation. Graduate work 
for the Master’s and Ph.D. de¬ 
grees is available in p'hysical 
education. It is possible to ac¬ 
quire a Master’s Degree in rec¬ 
reation. 



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Glen E. Galligan 
Department Chairman 
P.E. for Men 



















College of Physical Education 


ROW 1 

Ronald A. Blocklinger, 

Walla Walla 

Physical Education 
Michael Dean Carlon, Selah 
Physical Education 
Sandy Lee Cline, 

Walla Walla 

Physical Education 
Roland Lyle Downing, 
Seagonville , Texas 
Physical Education 
Donald Edward Durall, 
Spokane 
Recreation 

ROW 2 

Gordon Wayne Evans, 
Lancaster 

Physical Education 
George F. Gleason, 

El Cerrito , California 
Physical Education 
Richard C. Gustafson, 
Vancouver 

Physical Education 

ROW 3 

Francis A. Hastie, Coupeville 
Physical Education 














1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Jon F. Herrington, Vancouver 
Physical Education 
Max Summers Jensen, 
Pullman 

Physical Education 
Lea L. Johnson, 

Mercer Island 
Physical Education 
Merton Lee Kennedy, 
Aberdeen 

Physical Education 
Annetta K. Kikendall, 
Winthrop 

Physical Education 

ROW 2 

Lois Elaine Lang, Longview 
Physical Education 
Mary Ann Maslac, 

Ocean Shores 
Education 
Priscilla Dee Miller, 

Richland 

Physical Education 
ROW 3 

Jan Sessler, Puyallup 
Physical Education 
John William Skirving, 
Puyallup 
Recreation 


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A. W. Thompson 
Dean 

College of Science and Arts 



J. L. Stokes 
Department Chairman 
Bacteriology and Public Health 



Adolph Hecht 
Department Chairman 
Botany 


Carl M. Stevens 
Department Chairman 
Chemistry 




William Band 
Department Chairman 
Physics 


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College of Sciences and Arts 


All the university requirements 
are in the liberal arts field, with 
the exception of physical educa¬ 
tion. This shows how significant 
the liberal arts program and per¬ 
sonnel are to the students of 
WSU. The College of Sciences 
and Arts contribute to the stu¬ 
dents liberal education and also 
prepares its majors for numbers 
of vocations. Graduate work in 
professional schools often is 
follow-up work to this education. 



T. H. Kennedy 
Associate Dean 
College of Sciences and Arts 



B. Roger Ray 

Associate Dean 

College of Sciences and Arts 



Joseph W. Mills 
Department Chairman 
Geology 



Sidney G. Hacker 
Department Chairman 
Mathematics 



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H. L. Eastlick 
Department Chairman 
Zoology 




























Nelson A. Ault 
Department Chairman 
English 



H. V. Alward, Jr. 
Department Chairman 
Journalism 




A. Keith Monaghan 
Department Chairman 
Fine Arts 


A. O. Lindberg 
Department Chairman 
Foreign Languages 



Kemble Stout 
Department Chairman 
Music 



Donald A. Wells 
Department Chairman 
Philosophy 



S. J. Crandell 
Department Chairman 
Speech 


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Raymond Muse 
Department Chairman 
History 


Donald F. McCall 

Department Chairman 

Police Science and Administration 



Paul L. Beckett 
Department Chairman 
Political Science 




Hilda B. Roberts 
Department Chairman 
Prenursing 



James H. Elder 
Department Chairman 
Psychology 



Wallis Beasley 
Department Chairman 
Sociology and Anthropology 


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College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Mohamed Fawzi Abdo, 
Nablus , Jordan 
Political Science 
Donald Clyde Adams, 
Underwood 
Mathematics 

Kenneth Ray Ahlf, Pullman 
Prelaw 

Mary Alice Alderman, 
Athena , Oregon 

General Social Sciences 
Nancy Lou Allen, Benge 
Biological Sciences 
Education 

ROW 2 

Richard Allen, Spokane 
Police Science 
Mickey D. Altman, Seattle 
Speech Therapy 
Arlene Elin Anderson, 
Everett 
Speech 

Georgette M. Anderson, 
Richland 
Sociology 

Peter Ole Anderson, Pasco 
Mathematics 

ROW 3 

Richard R. Ankcom, Palouse 
General Physical Sciences 
Paul Russell Antsen, Seattle 
Political Science 
Anthony John Appel, Colfax 
Zoology 

Carol Anne Baeder, Spokane 
English 

Carolyn E. Baken, Yakima 
English 

ROW 4 

Thomas Allan Baker, 
Wenatchee 

General Social Sciences 
Douglas Fred Barofsky, 
Camas 
Physics 

Evelyn J. Barricklow 
Riverside , California 
General Biological 
Sciences 

Patricia Ann Barry, 
Uniontown 
Bacteriology 
Saundra J. Bazzarre, 

Pomona , California 
Sociology 

ROW 5 

Suzan Marie Bechard, 
Spokane 
Bacteriology 

Carol Ann Beckett, Yakima 
Physical Sciences 
Education 

Donna May Belknap, 
Spokane 
Fine Arts 

ROW 6 

William L. Benson, Spokane 
Sociology 

Frances Berger, Dishman 
Psychology 



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ROW 1 

Sally Sharon Berger, Seattle 
Speech 

Clayton Merill Betz, Cheney 
Economics 

Marcie Bavaart, Enumclatv 
General Studies 
Lyall Arthur Bishop, 
Coupeville 
Premedicine 
Wayne Gerald Bliesner, 
Fairfield 

Radio-Television 
ROW 2 

Marcia Boehm, Pullman 
English 

Rebecca Lynn Borg, Pateros 
English Education 
Melvin LeRoy Boston, 

Everett 

Police Science 
Randall W. Bracher, 

Pullman 

General Social Sciences 
Perry Fletcher Brake, Toutle 
Chemistry 

ROW 3 

Martin Branning, 

Walla Walla 
History 

Bryan A. Bremner, Republic 
Psychology 
Gloria Jean Brenchley, 
Electric City 
Social Studies 

Dale L. Buchanan, Fruitland 
Social Studies 
Howard Franklin Bundy, 
Wermiston , Oregon 
Physics 

ROW 4 

Sharon Lee Burgess, 
Eatonville 

Foreign Language 
Robert Harold Burton, 
Tacoma 

Radio-Television 
David Grant Canaday, 
Warden 

Police Science 
Wayne Edward Capps, 
Puyallup 

History Education 
John Gary Carlson, Tacoma 
General Social Sciences 

ROW 5 

Susan Barratt Clayton, 

Port Angeles 

General Physical Sciences 
Linda Sue Coffey, Spokane 
English 

Dianne Lee Conner, Newport 
General Physical Sciences 

ROW 6 

Jerry Cooney, Pasco 
History 

Martha Ida Corkery, Spokane 
Fine Arts 

Diane Lee Dapper, Tacoma 
Bacteriology 


1963 Graduates 

























College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Reed F. Daugherity, 

Grants Pass , Oregon 

General Biological Sciences 
Oliver William Davis, 

Everett 

Political Science 
Linda Louise Day, 

Washtucna 

Speech 

Mary Lynne Dedrick, 

Tacoma 

Mathematics 
Catherine A. DeLuca, 
Vancouver , British Columbia 
Bacteriology 

ROW 2 

Raymond F. Deterling, 
Everett 
Sociology 

Tom Dietz, Colville 
Zoology 

Helen Frances Douglas, 
Enumclaw 

Social Studies Education 
Richard K. Driskill, 
Sedro-Woolley 
Political Science 
David Michael Durkee, 
Puyallup 
Music 

ROW 3 

Marilyn M. Durrett, Yakima 
English 

Arthur D. Eddington, 
Eatonville 

General Social Sciences 
Dean Edwards, Ephrata 
Chemistry 

Terence H. Ethridge, 

Moclips 

Police Science 
Gary John Feider, Pomeroy 
Fine Arts 

ROW 4 

Robert C. Fischbach, 

Spokane 

General Biological Sciences 
Frances Ann Fletcher, 
Ephrata 
English 

Peter Fonnuzis, Tacoma 
Economics 

George Lovell Foster, Seattle 
Premedicine 

Barbara Jean Freese, Sumner 
Premedicine 

ROW 5 

Carter French, Burlington 
General Studies 
Gretchen Ona Galer, Seattle 
Social Studies Education 
Gordon G. Gallup, Jr., 

Seattle 

Psychology 

ROW 6 

Beverly Jane Gebhard, 
Yakima 

General Social Sciences 
Robert Gee, Pullman 
Prelaw 

Norma Dianne Gettman, 
Odessa 
Music 

























1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Carol Jean Giboney, Spokane 
Speech 

Richard Harris Green, 
Puyallup 
Speech 

Nelda Diane Greenwood, 
Coulee Dam 
Sociology 

Frances Ellen Guthrie, 
Pullman 
Fine Arts 

Bettie Dianne Hall, 

Vancouver 
Police Science 

ROW 2 

Richard Hamm, Walla Walla 
Philosophy 

Harriet Marion Hansom, 
Spokane 
English 

June Yevonne Hanson, 
Spokane 
Sociology 

Donna Harader, Bremerton 
Fine Arts 

Wayne Harmon, Blaine 
Botany 

ROW 3 

Sara Nina Harpster, Seattle 
Foreign Language 
Tadahiko Hasebe, 

Tokyo, Japan 
Psychology 

Sharon Haskins, Castle Rock 
Speech Education 
Leilia Annette Haugen, 
Seattle 

General Mathematics 
Laurene Dee Hayes, Mesa 
English 

ROW 4 

Barbara Haynes, Seattle 
General Social Sciences 
Kristine Marie Healy, Seattle 
General Humanities 
M. Charlene Heimbigner, 
Odessa 

General Biological Sciences 
Suzanne Carol Helsby, 
Spokane 

General Social Sciences 
John Edwin Herdrich, Wilbur 
Fine Arts 

ROW 5 

David D. Herrington, 

Spokane 
Psychology 
John Gilbert Hofland, 

Tacoma 

Social Studies 

Rosemary M. Hogan, Spokane 
Fine Arts 

ROW 6 

Jack B. Hollingworth, 
Montesano 
Social Studies 
John Holmquist, 

Juneau, Alaska 
History 

Phyllis B. Holum, Spokane 
English 














College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Jim Hougland, Twisp 
Speech 

Evelyn Mary Howard, 

Yakima 

Foreign Language 
Barbara Lynn Hubal, Pasco 
Bacteriology 
Stephen Elliot Hudson, 
Tacoma 
English 

Fred Lee Hunter, Cashmere 
Police Science 

ROW 2 

Gerald Lee Jackowski, 
Tacoma 
Psychology 

Craig Merton Jackson, Pasco 
Premedicine 

Linda Mae Jensen, Pullman 
English 

Dennis R. Johnson, Monroe 
Police Science 
Judith Rose Johnson, 
Vancouver 
Music 

ROW 3 

Karen Oline Johnson, Entiat 
General Biological Sciences 
Leslie Earl Johnson, 

Walla Walla 
Music 

Norman James Johnson, 
Spokane 
English 

Elsie Ann Johnston, Rosalia 
English 

Christine E. Jorgensen, 

Butte , Montana 
Sociology 

ROW 4 

Freya Margaret Kelsey, 
Seattle 

Police Science 
Nikki Sue King, Bremerton 
Sociology 

Richard P. Knutsen, Spokane 
Social Science 
Richard Spencer Kroll, 
Colville 

Police Science 
Frank J. Krones, Pullman 
General Mathematics 

ROW 5 

Marilyn Kay Krause, Creston 
English 

John Lewis Lancaster, 
Puyallup 
Zoology 

Catharine Sutton Lane, 

Gig Harbor 
Fine Arts 

ROW 6 

Gerald Earl Lane, 

Walla Walla 

Natural Science Education 
Judith Gail Larsen, Seattle 
Bacteriology 
Stanley George Larson, 
Vancouver 

General Physical Sciences 



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1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Sandra Gwen Lenhoff, 
Tacoma 
Bacteriology 
Kirk Lewis, North Bend 
General Mathematics 
Don Lieurance, Castle Rock 
Biology 

Tanya Janice Livie, Seattle 
English 

David Terry Luper, Dayton 
Sociology 

ROW 2 

John Max Madsen, Pullman 
Premedicine 
James Lon Magstadt, 
Spokane 

General Humanities 
Donald Winston Masson, 
Pullman 
Premedicine 
John Eldon May, 

Port Orchard 
English 

Ray Stephen Mayfield, 
Tacoma 
Prelaw 

ROW 3 

Robin Lynn Maynard, 
Vancouver , British Columbia 
Education 

Robert G. McConnell, 
Tacoma 
Premedicine 

Judith L. McDonald, Seattle 
Psychology 

Thomas Roy McDowell, 
Hillsboro , Oregon 
Police Science 
Jerry McFarlane, 

Walla Walla 
General Studies 

ROW 4 

William E. McGourin, 
Spokane 

General Social Sciences 
Peter E. McIntyre, Spokane 
Social Studies 
Dennis M. McLaughlin, 
Spokane 
Prelaw 

James D. McMillin, 

Umatilla , Oregon 
Sociology 

Mark Weston Melrose, 
Pullman 

Mathematics and 
Philosophy 

ROW 5 

Jeanita L. Merritt, 

Kalispell , Montana 
Foreign Language 
Elinor Tousley Michel, 
Pullman 
Zoology 

Richard Alyn Miles, Tacoma 
General Physical Sciences 

ROW 6 

Karen Jo Miller, Prosser 
Speech 

Thomas Jon Mills, Spokane 
History 

Marjorie Mitchell, Pullman 
Speech Therapy 










College of 


and Arts 


ROW 1: 

Michael Cary Mix, Spokane 
General Biological Sciences 
John Joseph Monahan, 

Everett 

Speech 

John Monroe, Anacortes 
General Studies 
Ted Lane Montgomery, Kent 
General Mathematics 
Eleanor Marks, Seattle 
English 

ROW 2 

Judith Agnes Munn, 

Port Townsend 
Fine Arts 

William Ewell Murlin, 
Opportunity 
Speech 

Terence Ivan Murphy, 

Spokane 

English 

Lara Gayle Nation, Yakima 
Political Science 
B. Ann Neff, Pater os 
Sociology 

ROW 3 

Nesmith Peter Nelson, 

Tacoma 

History 

Bernard Emmer Newby, 
Washougal 
Prelaw 

Margery Ann Nichols, 

Spokane 

Social Studies 
Patricia Jane Norman, 

North Bend 
Social Studies 

Robert R. Northcott, Yakima 
Bacteriology 

ROW 4 

Dave Obert, Tacoma 
General Mathematics 
Sharon D. Odegard, Spokane 
Mathematics 
Ortis Marc Olsen, 

Goldendale 

Mathematics 

Dianne Olson, North Bend 
Psychology 

Lana Carolyn Orr, Seattle 
Bacteriology 

ROW 5 

Robert Griffith Owens, 

Tacoma 

General Social Science 
Donn Oliver Owens, 

Kirkland 

Police Science 
Joyce Parkinson, Tacoma 

Foreign Language Education 

ROW 6 

Jane G. Patterson, Seattle 
General Social Sciences 
Nonie Walker Pengelly, 
Spokane 
English 

Arlene Peterson, Pullman 
English Education 










1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

Mary Ann Peterson, Seattle 
Sociology 

Sydney Andrea Phelps, 
Yakima 

Police Science 
Janet K. Pickering, Seattle 
Sociology 

Alan George Pierce, Seattle 
Geography 

Carol Jean Piper, Quincy 
Fine Arts 

ROW 2 

Martin H. Plone, Pullman 
General Biological Sciences 
Ursula Vogt Potter, Pullman 
Music 

William B. Prescott, 

Fullerton, California 
Social Studies 
Dorothy Ley Pridham, 
Goldendale 
English 

Wes Raber, Yakima 
Prelaw 

ROW 3 

Don Lee Rasmussen, 
Wenatchee 

General Social Sciences 
11a Kay Rasmussen, 
Wenatchee 
English 

Robert Rasmussen, 

Wenatchee 
Police Science 
Richard P. Raugust, Colfax 
Premedicine 

Sam Sumner Reed, Spokane 
Social Studies 

ROW 4 

Una Kathleen Reese, Tacoma 
Foreign Language 
Donald W. Reinmuth, 

Yakima 

Chemistry 

Karen Dian Rembold, 

Cle Elum 
English 

Anne L. Ritzheimer, 

Clarkston 

History 

Stephen R. Rodgers, 

Olympia 

Music 

ROW 5 

Morten Jon Romstad, Poulsbo 
Social Studies 
Donald Arthur Rottler, 

Seattle 

Physics 

Sylvia Dawn Salsman, 
Chewelah 
Social Studies 

ROW 6 
Elias Sam O, 

Derbasyeh , Syria 
Political Science 
Gary Lee Savage, Clarkston 
Prelaw 

David D. Schindele, Bellevue 
General Physical Sciences 












College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1 

Jan Schwab, Spokane 
General Mathematics 
Marjorie L. Jane Schy, 
Pullman 

Foreign Language 
Ann Reeves Seese, Pullman 
Mathematics 
Richard Seims, Poulsbo 
Predentistry 
John G. Severson, Jr., 
Wenatchee 

General Biological Sciences 
ROW 2 

Nancy Christine Smith, 
Eatonville 

General Biological Sciences 
Sandra Jane Snitily, 
Wenatchee 
Fine Arts 

Paul Roger Spencer, Pullman 
Physics 

Allan Ernest Stafford, Yakima 
Chemistry 

Betty Grace Staley, Spokane 
English 

ROW 3 

Thomas Dean Stanford, 
Olympia 
Speech 

Joyce C. Stockdale, Vantage 
General Social Sciences 
Mary Ellen Stone, Pullman 
Premedicine 
Raymond King Stout, 
Toppenish 
History 

Suzanne Jo Strom, Tacoma. 
Political Science 

ROW 4 

Alan Sumption, Seattle 
Prelaw 

Stephen L. Syverson, 
Vancouver 
Police Science 
Kathryn Kay Tallmadge, 
Metaline Falls 
English 

Lynn M. Tannehill, Seattle 
Psychology 
Mildred Alice Tanner, 
Spokane 

Foreign Language 
ROW 5 

Neal Edward Tash, 

Walla Walla 
Political Science 
Carl Ellis Taylor, Okanogan 
Mathematics 
James Anthony Taylor, 
Spokane 
Music 

ROW 6 

Judith Lynne Taylor, Seattle 
General Social Sciences 
Barbara Jo Tee, Latah 
General Social Sciences 
John Earl Thorson, Aberdeen 
General Biological Sciences 



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1963 Graduates 



ROW 1 

James Elliott Tilton, 

Houston , Texas 
General Journalism 
Donald R. Tjossem, Kent 
General Social Sciences 
Paul H. Tomita, Seattle 
Sociology 

Donald W. Tomlinson, 
Pullman 

General Social Sciences 
Joy Ann Tudor, Wenatchee 
History 

ROW 2 

Clifford Tye, Port Angeles 
Economics 

Gretchen A. Van Bevers, 
Tacoma 

General Humanities 
Helen A. Van Dewerker, 
Spokane 
Mathematics 
Noel Thanner Vaughn, 
Medical Lake 
Psychology 

Paula Vertrees, Pullman 
Political Science 

ROW 3 

Rosanne Lee Walter, 
Clarkston 
Music 

Lee Watkins, Yakima 
Speech 

Sally Sue Webster, Tacoma 
Social Studies 
Mary Lou Weissenborn, 
Spokane 
English 

Albert F. Wermuth, Jr., 
Pullman 

Premedicine 

ROW 4 

John Robert Wessel, 
Bremerton 

General Mathematics 
Dale Edward Wesselman 
Spokane 
Sociology 

Chris Westberg, Seattle 
Music 

Linda Lee White, Tacoma 
Social Studies 
Darnell Wickenden, 

East Wenatchee 
English 

ROW 5 

Kay Jeannette Wight, 
Tacoma 
Speech 

Sandra Lee Wilson, Spokane 
Sociology 

Douglas M. Wing, Sumner 
Speech 

ROW 6 

George W. Wooster, 

Castle Rock 
Physics 

Michael Dale Worth, Kent 
Premedicine 

Judith Ann Young, Seattle 
Sociology 




















Jon A. McCurdy 
Acting Dean 

College of Veterinary Medicine 


College of 
Veterinary 
Medicine 


The College of Veterinary Medi¬ 
cine is one of eighteen in the 
U. S. Its primary objective is the 
educating of those students who 
wish to enter the field of veteri¬ 
nary medicine or one of the 
related areas such as teaching, 
research, public health, and pub¬ 
lic or private practice. The 
College of Veterinary Medicine 
is a vitally important part of the 
University and surrounding area. 



Richard L. Ott 

Department Chairman 

Vet. Clinical Medicine and Surgery 



Sam G. Kenzy 
Department Chairman 
Veterinary Microbiology 



G. R. Spencer 
Department Chairman 
Veterinary Pathology 



Paul A. Klavano 

Department Chairman 

Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacy 


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1963 Graduates 




ROW 1 
John G. Alfred, 

Bontiful, Utah 

Veterinary Medicine 
Everette F. Baker, Jr., Camas 
Veterinary Medicine 
Robert R. Bell, Issaquah 
Veterinary Medicine 
J. Irvine Bingham, 

Emmett , Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 
Carol Jean Bodily, Ellensburg 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 2 

Bruce L. Branscomb, 

Casa Maria, Arizona 
Veterinary Medicine 
Thomas L. Brown, 

Tucson , Arizona 

Veterinary Medicine 
Glen Edmond Church,. 

Las Vegas, Nevada 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 3 

Gerald Eugene Dagle, Seattle 
Veterinary Medicine 
Barbara J. Divers, 

Bozeman, Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 
Eugene E. Elefson, Arlington 
Veterinary Medicine 















College of Veterinary Medicine 


ROW 1 

Jerold B. Fullerton, 

Roseburg, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Nathan H. Gabbert, 
Bonneville, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Murlin F. Gillis, Wapato 
Veterinary Medicine 
James W. Glosser, 

Helena , Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 
David Hanson, 

Medimont, Idaho 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 2 

Roger Clark Inman, 

Baker , Oregon 

Veterinary Medicine 
Manuel T. Karagianes, 

Boise , Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 
Richard Gene Kauk, 

Brady , Montana 

Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 3 

Dale B. Kinghorn, 

Rigby , Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 
George W. Klontz, Seattle 
Veterinary Medicine 
Larry Edwin Koller, Pomeroy 
Veterinary Medicine 



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1963 Graduates 



HOW 1 

Ronald L. Laub, 

Fresno , California 
Veterinary Medicine 
William Marvin Mackie, 
Buhly Idaho 

Veterinary Medicine 
Louis E. Macomber, Oakville 
Veterinary Medicine 
Richard F. Marsh, 

Portland , Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Kenneth O. McDougall, 
Billings y Montana 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 2 

Brent D. Milleson, 

Portland, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
David R. McMonigl e y 'Yelm 
Veterinary Medicine 
R. Joris Mueller, Spokane 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 3 

Lawrence E. Mullarkey, 
Glendahy Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Brice Edward Niemi, 

Rose Lodge, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
George R. Oakshott, Pullman 
Veterinary Medicine 































College of Veterinary Medicine 


ROW 1 

Kenneth Gary Ormiston, 
Yakima 

Veterinary Medicine 
Myron G. Phillips, 

Roseburg , Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Edward Gerry Prince, 
Cardston, Alberta 
Veterinary Medicine 
Stanley M. Purcell, 
Medford , Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
George G. Ross, Jr., 

San Luis Obispo , California 
Veterinary Medicine 



ROW 2 

Gary Lyle Seawright, 

St. Helens, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 
Maurice Leigh Simmons, 
Colfax 

Veterinary Medicine 
Verle D. Smith, Mansfield 
Veterinary Medicine 

ROW 3 

Chad N. Widdison, 
Hooper , Utah 

Veterinary Medicine 
Donald L. Wipper, 

Tumer, Oregon 
Veterinary Medicine 



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Cadet S. Graves, Brigade Commander and Col. H. Cornutt, Infantry. 


Army ROTC 

The Army ROTC curriculum is designed 
to give Cadets training and experience in 
human relations. In addition to classroom 
studies, the Cadets attend one hour of drill 
each week to develop their command and 
leadership abilities. Upon completion of 
the four-year course, the Cadet earns a 
commission in the Reserve Army or Reg¬ 
ular Army and has his choice of fifteen 
branches in the Army. 



MILITARY SCIENCE CADRE - ROW 1: Capt. B. Robinson, Capt. F. Percy, Col. H. Cornutt, Maj. R. Cook, Maj. W. Meyer, Jr., Capt. 
L. Rajchel, Jr. ROW 2: SFC J. White, SFC G. Williams, SP5 G. Giggins, SFC F. Epley, MSG W. Taylor, MSG C. Freeman, MSG W. Ketner. 




COMMANDERS AND STAFF - ROW 1: Drill Hour Supervisor N. 
Jenne, Brigade Commander S. Graves, Brigade Executive Officer R. Whit¬ 
ney, Drill Hour Supervisor P. Brake. ROW 2: S-l T. Wall, S-3 G. Singer, 
S-2 T. Mills, S-4 A. Eckman, Drill Hour Supervisor R. Gradwohl. 


DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS - ROW 1: C. Kennedy, T. 
Baker, J. Godfrey, A. Eckman, S. Graves, G. Singer, A. Pence, T. Mills. 
ROW 2: H. Yamamoto, T. Wall, J. Pierson, R. Whitney, M. Mahn, N. 
Jenne, J. Carlson, P. Brake, R. Gradwohl. 


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SCABBARD AND BLADE — ROW 1: Bert Pence, Pat Kennedy, George Singer, Richard Gradwohl, Perry Brake, Roger Whitney, Tom Mills, John Moffitt, 
Hans Rasmussen, Gary Anderson, Richard Howell. ROW 2: Capt. Rajchel, David Jeffrey, Bruce Freeburn, Terry Pierson, Tom Wall, Doug Worthington, 
Peter McIntyre, Mike Kelley, Wayne McCann, Harold Undeberg, John Womack, Robert Potts, Ronald Code, Terry Slaton, Harry Yamamoto. 



DRILL TEAM - ROW 1: L. Fuson, R. Thomsen, G. McLean, R. Graham, P. Sweet. ROW 2: V. Marlatt, E. Ziik, F. Miller, W. Karman, V. 
Titus, R. Corlett, B. Nicholsen, R. Kannberg, J. Huff, J. Hovey, J. Walters, B. Barrett, E. Simkins. ROW 3: D. Denny, D. McCain, J. Fleming, 
K. Smith, K. Erickson, J. Williams, R. Cockerline, L. Delo, S. Pierson, E. Alden. ROW 4: J. Fletcher, C. Jackson, R. Lampitt, I. McCoy, 
D. Perrault, J. Gilbert, B. Blegen, J. Chambers, B. James, D. Edwards, B. Jensen. ROW 5: D. Johndon, R. Clements, D. Raymond, D. Rung, 
F. Hooper, L. Neil, J. Conway, J. Botko, R. Harding, R. Pease, L. Neumann, R. Erickson, R. Potts, B. Giard, M. Howell, D. Menig. 



SPONSORS — ROW 1: Betsey Hill, Gayle Brines, Vivienne Marlatt, 
Mary Ann Starkey. ROW 2: Barbara Giles, Carol Marsh, Ann Nicholson, 
Ricki Wiggin, Sharon Nicholas, Sandy O’Neill. 

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FLIGHT STUDENTS-ROW 1: C. Kennedy, J. Godfrey, ]. Mitchell, 
T. Baker, G. Singer. ROW 2: D. Phillips, G. Imel, N. Jenne, R. Pare, 
S. Maxson. 









ASSOCIATION OF THE U. S. ARMY — ROW 1: G. Anderson, G. Bettas, H. Rasmussen, G. Singer, Capt. R. Cook, F. Gamsey, W. Walton, L. Pochert, 
J. Kraus, N. Vaughn. ROW 2: G. Corderman, R. McGinnis, J. Capponi, N. Jenne, M. Mahn, G. Betts, J. Whitney, D. Luper, T. Wall, W. Freeburn. ROW 
3: C. Nakayama, R. Guess, J. Womack, R. Erickson, D. Jeffrey K. Holte, W. Case, J. Keatley, H. Yamamoto. 



RIFLE TEAM — ROW 1: Condon Kennedy, Frank Hicks, James Kraus, Larry Thomas. ROW 2: M/Sgt. William Taylor, 
Michael Herres, Bruce Samuelson, Paul Peterson, Bernard Kluge, Burton Lewis, Capt. Francis Percy. 



ROW 1: V. P. Patterson, J. W. Delony, R. K. McMillan, R. H. Davis, L. C. Pochert, K. B. Witt, D. N. Head, L. M. Olson. ROW 2: Major Wm. C. Meyer, 
R. C. Pare, L. D. Fuson, R. S. Davis, W. H. Schutz, P. W. Sweet III, B. Case, R. C. McClintick, D. H. Worthington. ROW 3: J. C. Womack, T. R. Slaton, 
R. L. Erickson, C. R. Brockway, J. W. Stroh, D. R. Whitehead, E. M. Fairhart, E. L. Smith, M. O. Wiggins. 


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Army salute. 


Color Guard. 


ROTC 

Review 


The Military Review had sunny weather on May 17. 


The watchful eyes of the dignitaries. 






























ANGEL FLIGHT — ROW 1: Kendra Diehl, Julie Anderson, Chris Stine, Sherri Tidrick, Penny Busche, Bonnie Bailey, Judy Allsip, Elaine Sommers. 
ROW 2: Carolyn Sande, Connie Epton, Betty Jo Chandler, Judy Dujmovich, Linnea Bartelheimer, Jean Dahlstrom, Patti Highsmith, Sue Bowman, 
Gloria Frodesen, Kathy Ringness. ROW 3: Barbara Marshall, Sharon Moore, Sherry Bennett, Jo Whiteley, Sharyl Burgeson, Terry Thompson, Jeaneane 
Whitaker. 

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Arnold Air Society 
Angel Flight 


ROW 1: David Hirzel, Patrick McGoIdrick, Kirk Lewis, Terence Ethridge, Neal Tash, Reed Daugherity, Joe Matthews, Clay Conrath, Harry Goldsworthy. 
ROW 2: Emerson McMullen, Gary Tisdale, Jay Leonard, MacDonald Rogers, Walter Gould, Steven McCloud, Gerald Rumsey, Gerald Bishop, Stephen 
Heppell. ROW 3: Larry Wilson, Craig Smith, Roger Riggs, Dennis AhMau, Orlin Rajala, Richard Faletto, William McGourin, Richard Van Hersett. 












Professor of Air Science: 
Colonel Bryson R. Bailey. 


Air Force ROTC 



DETACHMENT 905 STAFF AND PERSONNEL - ROW 1: Sgt. Ballering, Col. Bailey, Mrs. Marilyn Winter, Sgt. Yniques. ROW 2: Sgt. Kleisler, 
Capt. Retallack, Lt. Col. Jacobsen, Capt. Roestel. 


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Cadet Colonel Reed Daugherity. 


FALL GROUP 1 STAFF: Dennis Jones, Patrick McGoldrick, Gary Banks, Walter Gould, Jay 
Leonard. 



FALL GROUP 11 STAFF: Bernard Browning, Richard VanHersett, Gerald Rumsey, David 
Hirzel, Gary Tisdale. 



FALL WING STAFF — ROW 1: David Hirzel, Gary Banks, Reed Daugherity, Terence Ethridge, Kirk Lewis. ROW 2: William McGourin, Richard 
Faletto, Neal Tash, Orlin Rajala, Emerson McMullen, Larry Wilson, Donald Gripne. 


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SPRING GROUP 1 STAFF: William McGourin, Richard Bagnall, Harry Goldsworthy, DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS - ROW 1: 
William Cook, Gerald Bishop, Donn Owens. Neal Tash, Terence Ethridge, David Hirzel. ROW 2: 

Larry Wilson, Reed Daugherity, Donn Owens. 


SPRING GROUP 11 STAFF: Larry Wilson, Bernard Browning, Neal Tash, Terrence 
Dobson, Patrick McGoldrick, William Nicholson. 


SPRING WING STAFF — ROW 1: Gerald Rumsey, David Hirzel, Reed Daugherity, Terence Ethridge, Kirk Lewis. ROW 2: Everson McMullen, Richard 
Faletto, Orlin Rajala, Richard Van Hersett, Walter Gould, Patrick McGoldrick, Larry Wilson, Donn Owens, Don Gripne. 
















RED TAG STAFF — ROW 1: Gary Banks, Terry Ethridge, Kirk Lewis, Joe Mathews. ROW 2: Craig Smith, Dennis Ah Mau, 
Steven McCloud, Gary Zeigler, Stephen Heppell, Larry Cadle. 



The Air Force Drill Team. 


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Angel Flight presenting arms at the Military Review. 



General Goldsworthy congratulates Cadet Col. Reed Daugherity. 



Oh .. . comment by Buck Adams. 



Getting ready for the Review. 


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AFROTC 

• - 


Flyover. 


Physically fit ? 




Awards, Awards, Awards. 


Cadet receiving an award. 


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It sounds easy . . . 


Registration tends to be a time of distraught 
faces, a great deal of pushing, and standing 
in long lines. For the new freshmen it can be 
somewhat confusing and almost enough to 
make one ask “is this all really necessary”? 


Registration 



Now at 9 o'clock I have . . . 



Is this the right course? Help — information ... Now what did they say to do? It's over — but where is that other 

card? 


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Wonder what would happen if I pulled the plug? 


But honey, it may not be a Cadillac. 


Open 

House 



Footbridge to nowhere. 






I can see it now — no bombs, no guns, no planes, millions out of work. 



Wanna buy an obsolete bullet? 


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Polygraph “lie detector” known as the Cadillac model. 


In his hand he has a bottle . . . 




Police Science pictures display a lot of action. 


Terry Ethridge points out the “tools of the trade.” 


Police Science Open House 



Bootlegging "hints” on display for the amateur student. 

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A comparison microscope for ballistics. 




















1071 undergraduates received degrees. 


1963 

Commencement 



Guest speaker, John C. Folger, former U. S. ambassador to Belgium. 




Judy Rees — senior woman with outstanding grades. 


Tom Buchanan — senior man with highest GPA. 


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Baccalaureate Speaker: The Very Rev. John P. Leary. 



1963 version of the “Senior Run”. 



At long last — the diploma. 


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A needed rest after the lengthy ceremony. 






















Army-Airforce 
Decathalon 



A Hula Hoop? 



1-2-3-catch. 


Egg throwing makes one nervous. 





The Big Effort. 



Up, over, now under. 



Warfare tactics — egg throwing? 


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Camp 
F. W. Welch 



Del Erickson uses transit as Dave Ford takes 
notes. 



Camp F. W. Welch is a summer survey 
camp for all civil engineers. In the eight 
week session thorough training in the 
fundamental principles of surveying is 
given. The camp, sponsored by Wash¬ 
ington State University, is located at 
Clear Lake, near Naches on White Pass. 




Students demonstrate plane table method of surveying. 

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Clear Lake Dam near camp. 






























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tivities 


































































ASWSU 




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Butch Uran 
Sophomore Greek Man 















Board of Control functions as a 
part of the Associated Students of 
WSU. Working within the frame¬ 
work of the Mutual Advisory Con¬ 
cept, BOC acts as the “student 
voice” for the campus in areas 
where delegated responsibility has 
been granted to it by the Board 
of Regents. Ideas for programs and 
projects evolve from BOC itself, 
from other concerned students, and 
from the National Student Associ¬ 
ation. 


The actual work is carried out by 
the ASWSU Committees, Commis¬ 
sions, and subcommittees of BOC. 
Projects that occupied the time of 
BOC members this year included 
rooter buses for the Spokane 
games, increasing the test files in 
the library, reevaluation of general 
University requirements, partici¬ 
pating in the GE College Bowl, 
pressuring for a campus plaza, and 
accepting responsibility for the golf 
course by ASWSU. 



Nikki King 

Senior Independent Woman 



Bud Rothgeb 
Junior Greek Man 



Dee Campbell 

Sophomore Independent Woman 

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Jim Ackert 

Senior Independent Man 



Peggy Yates 
Junior Greek Woman 



Steve Porter 

Sophomore Independent Man 



Ann Stinchfield 
Senior Greek Woman 



Rich Perteet 

Junior Independent Man 



Ginny Aagard 
Sophomore Greek Woman 























Committees 


ASWSU CARNIVAL: Jane Patterson, Carol 
Beckett, Dave Larson, Eric Clifford, John 
Spencer, Jan Belles, Sherrie Masto, Pat Me- 
Millen, George Donovan, Diane Ekstran. 



COMMUNITY RELATIONS: Reverend 
Griesse, Doug Willcox, Linda Kellman, Erva 
Mosher, Penny Nail, Mary Maynard, John 
McFadden, Beryl Roberts, Don Kettleson, 
Mayor William Mitchell. 



COUGAR CODE: Joyce Kaiser, Mary Walsh, 
Gayle Larson. 



CRIMSON BLOCK-ROW 1: Mary Ann 
Kernwein, Elsa Troeh, Sally Chase, Terry 
Cook, Esther Gombos, Bill Croker, Georgia 
Kloostra, Vera Ellen Bice. ROW 2: Don 
Tjossem, Ron Riedasch, Kay Carothers, Gayle 
Brines, Wayne Crinklaw, Ken Miller. 


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Committees 


CUB ARTS-ROW 1: Rodger Pettichord, 
Ray Denny. ROW 2: Ralph Croston, Nancy 
Winklesky, Judith Walser, Roberta Waldres, 
Sue Plewman, Bill Roberts, Norm Taylor. 



CUB CRAFTS: Linda Barmuta, John Currie, 
Gerry Danquist, Nancy Winklesky, Rob 
Cornish, Sharon Chiotti. 



CUB DANCE: Mike Johanson, Dave Krud- 
wig, Dave Denny, Bonnie Bailey, Jean Lynn, 
Colleen Willis, Fran Bayley, Janice Moody, 
Jay Graybill, Joanna Goodner, Carol Quarles, 
Bert Pence, Gloria Frisch. 



CUB RECREATION: Eileen Faught, Sue 
McPhee, Robert Copp, Ken Erickson, George 
Donovan, Bob Wikoff, Bill Willenberg, Sue 
Martin, Jane Stewart. 



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Committees 


CUB MUSIC: Ginny Robillard, Sue Carkoski, 
Kathy Bruce, Lee Stark, Nelwyn McKee, Max 
MeKee, Mel Hansen, Ken McDermid, Brem 
Morrison, Richard Mahn, Bob Sharp, Wayne 
Bliesner, R. C. Axlund, Judi Saindon, Joanne 
Sorenson, Gary Ferguson, Janet Fraley, Robin 
Cameron, Jeannine Rogel. 



CUB SPECIAL EVENTS: Shirley Allert, 
Judy Johnson, Bob Johnson, Barbara Hubal, 
Margy Eash, Edna Wilder, Mona Lissa, 
George Donovan. 



CUB PROGRAM COUNCIL: Ginny Robil¬ 
lard, Shirley Stephenson, Bert Pense, Lee 
Kloeppl, Steve Rodgers, Kathy Black, Mer- 
ridith Slusser, Robert Wikoff. 



DAD’S DAY: Chuck Lambson, Bob 
Thompson, Lynn Harrison, Joanne Brown, 
Sally Anderson, Carol Furness, Sue Lowman, 
Mary Hood, Arden Coe, Bob Redding, Gerry 
Perryman, Dave Hauter, Nancy Heinle, Sue 
Carkoski, Chuck Doland. 


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Committees 


COUGARETTES-ROW 1: Joan Hille, 
Linda Carlson, Janet Anderson, Carol Span- 
genberg, Margee Jacobsen, Deanna Rausch, 
Jane Tuohy, Julie Vanasse, Carol Keith. 
ROW 2: Marion Bowker, Carolee Neill, Jeanie 
Thomas, Cheryl Tjossem, Jeannie Peterson, 
Carol Lee, Carol Crespi, Leslie Oakes, Bonnie 
Seipp, Diane Jones. 



ELECTION BOARD: Barbie Giles, Steve 
Pohiman, George Fisher, Charyl Tyndall, 
Elaine Rothrock, Nancy Collins, Larry Grant, 
Sue Carkoski, Neal Tash. 



RALLY SQUAD-ROW 1: Nancy Nethcr- 
cutt. ROW 2: Ralph Baldwin, Marcia Lentz, 
Rauny Berg, Ron Senn. ROW 3: Sharon 
Donahue, Kay Erickson, Gordy Douglass, 
Judy Bryant. 



HOSTEL COMMISSION: Carol Rogel, Kay 
Wight, Shirley Allert, Ben Osborne, Suzanne 
Savitz, Linda Carlson, Gail Gladder, Jane 
Lanterman. 



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Committees 


INTRAMURAL: Charles Freeman, Jerry 
Hartman, Dapo Adenekan, Roger James, 
Glen Baker, Rollie Mann. 



MODEL UN: Donna Evans, Mary Ellsper- 
man, Chuck Ulm, Frank Bestor, Sydney 
Hollingsworth, Jim Riodan, Ann Biddulph, 
Larry Schwerin, Marie Brackett, Ronn Hat¬ 
ley, Sharon Claus, Jim Barcott, Elias Sam O. 



NSA: Deanie Wendt, Dee Weissenborn, Ed 
McLarney, Bill Mundy, Sam Reed, Bob 
McBeth, Julie Twohy. 



PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: Al Goldade, 
Sally Sundstrom, Alex Mosalsky, Pris Peder¬ 
sen, Virginia Hamed, Elinor Michel, Sam 
Hunt, Gary Yonaka, Nancy Johnson. 


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Committees 


PROGRAM EVALUATION: Larry Olson, 
Kelly Montfort, Steve Hudson, Mary Alice 
Alderman, Tom Reid, Mary Sullivan, Nancy 
Vlahovich, Vance Vallandigham. 



STUDENT SAFETY: Chuck York, Ron 
Smith, Pat Mclrvin, Oliver Davis, Steve Ward. 



BOOKSTORE BOARD: Henry Reitan, 
Mathew Carey, Lillian Cady, Murray 
Markland, David Hirzel, Carl Pettibone, Greg 
Click, Merl Simmons. 



FROSH FACULTY WEEKEND: S. Milam, 
L. House, F. Burger, S. Hickey, Miss Sweatt, 
J. McDonnell, J. Reichl, J. Rees, J. Cameron, 
Mr. Rempel. 

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Committees 


HOMECOMING: Miriam Schultz, Joy Dens- 
more, Ruth Elmore, George Donovan, Joan 
Chase, Linda LaVigne, Billye Conley, Kari 
Denton, Steve BriUing, Ron Birum, Glen 
Thomas, Jane Smith, Tom Smith, Dennis 
Wilde, Russ Kasselman, Dave Clyde. 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Elizabeth 
Hall, Linda Storms, Jane Bartholet, Sarah 
Silliman, Margie Harris, Loralyn Matthews, 
Ashis Chakravartti, Don Eisenbarth, James 
McMillin, Beryl Roberts, Dorothy Campbell, 
Carol Cochrane, Joni Bradford, Linda Bu¬ 
chanan, Barbara Summerville, Barbara Wade, 
Cynthia Mavrides, Susan Wohld, Pat Polinsky, 
Frances Sadoff. 



ACTIVITIES BOARD: Allan Hansen, Ginni 
Hanell, Trude Smith, Dave Rahm, App Legg, 
Winston Martin, Sue Berger, Jo Anne John¬ 
son, H. C. Wiser. 



LECTURE ARTIST SERIES - ROW 1: 
Elaine Liu, Paul Meyer, A1 Montgomery, 
Margaret Davis, Jean Gale, Cal Watson, Sue 
Carkoski. ROW 2: Steve Goodrich, Bill 
Titland, Nick Green, Dean Vanderwall. 




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Committees 


NEW STUDENT WEEK: Gerrie Gallup, 
Dr. Mary Rose Gram, Miss Myrtle Rach, Dr. 
J. Winston Martin, Bernard Newby, Judy 
Buess, Miss Beryl Roberts, Dr. Vernon Davies. 



UNION BOARD: Ralph Croston, J. R. 
Vatnsdal, Bob Keith, Carol Slater, Marvin 
Swenson, Joe Bradley, M. G. Carey, Dave 
Welch, Clarence Hix, J. C. Clevenger, Wilmer 
Baer, Alex Mosalsky. 



CRIMSON BLOCK - ROW 1: Esther 
Gombos, Don Tjossem, Ron Riedasch, Bill 
Croker, Ken Miller, Wayne Crinklaw, Gayle 
Brines. ROW 2: Mary Ann Kernwein, Elsa 
Troeh, Kay Carothers, Terry Cook, Georgia 
Kloostra, Vera Bice, Sally Chase. 




CUB LAB: Linnea Bartelheimer, Cherie 
Bennett, Gretchen Veleke, Dave Pate. 





















Vice President: Fred Hyde 




Expanded Executive Council 

ROW 1: Dietmar Klass, Georgia Umphenour, Dan Howell, Gayle Bea, Dennis Smith, Gary Stoskapf, Terry Dobson, Don Tjossem, Sue Bechard. ROW % 
Judy Sanders, Bobbie Kissling, Carol Baeder, Don Dunbar, Jerry Schroeder, Jean Fry, Denny McCrea, Dave Schindele, Chris Jorgensen, Bev Row 
ROW 3: Georgene Johnson, Marilyn Durrett, Jeanne Merritt, Unidentified, Marty Ashe, Linda Williams, Barbara Russell, Sue Coffin, Janie Barricklov 
Mary Lou Hay, Sharon Blomquist. 



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Senior 

Class 



Vance Vallandigham 


The goal of the Senior Class this year was to incorporate an expanded 
executive council to encourage more senior participation in activities. 
Major activities of the class were a booster dance, senior-faculty retreat, 
senior-alumni banquet and the senior ball. The Senior Class will also 
present the university with a memorial gift. Butch’s Den has been the 
class project during the past four years. 

Executive 

Council 



Martin Primke 





Mary Alice Alderman 


Suzanne Strom 


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President: Bob White Secretary: Nancy Gill 



Expanded Executive Council 

ROW 1: Steve Webster, Mike Gies, Al Goldade, Jim Stedman, George Murdock, Ed Clark, Wes Wagner, Hal Kibby, Steve McCloud, Ron Birum, Gale 
Muse. ROW 2: Lynda Ross, Carol Benine, Sally Buitenveld, Gayle Larson, Joanne Brown, Pat Mclrvin, Judy Smith, Fred Halladay, Gerald Lorntsoi 
Jim Morrison, Martin Beattie, Trudy Nelson. ROW 3: Dave Murdach, Donna Retzel, Evelyn Cartony, Gloria DeBritz, Linda LaVigne, Nancy Laz, Doi 
Thomas, Kathy Olson, Rosalyn Hill, Janet Hopper, Leland Garbell, Lorna Tweedt, Mary Ann Kernwein. 



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Junior 

Class 



Yvonne La Croix 


The goals of the Junior Class have been to involve more students in 
class activities, to give greater importance to the expanded executive 
council, and to increase general interest and understanding of activities 
which benefit groups outside of the WSU campus. The Cougar Campus 
Chest Drive, emphasizing World University Service health and education 
abroad, the Democracy Scholarship, and Camp Easter Seal donations, 
was an important step in this direction. Traditional activities were also 
planned to benefit, entertain, and involve as many students as possible. 


Executive 

Council 




Arlene Anderson 



Sharon Goldring 


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Vice President: Dave McGoldrick 



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President: Darryl Isotalo 


Secretary: Lin Adamson 


Expanded Executive Council 



ROW 1: Ray Mosher, Dave Earling, Dick Illias, Bill Janes, Bob Neilson, Wayne Robbins, Dick Davis, Bob McBeth, Roger Davis, David Denny. ROW 2: 
Carole Jean Sivo, Judy Rinta, Richard Zier, Gerry Hawley, Tom Roskowick, Sharon Clinton, Nancy Titus, Ken Krueger, Jan Knutson, Karen Herdrich, Liz 
Ahnquist, Terry Ball, Kevin Christian, Harvey Wier, Chick Sandifer. ROW 3: Ruth Hamry, Sandy Boyd, Mary Ann Owens, Linda Harned, Geri Jandl. 
Ann Nicholson, Anne Schuster, Randi Kalgaard, Diane Giaudrone, Nicki, Sundberg, Jan McKenna, Beth Kirkwood, Ellen Hosie, Joan Cahes, Kendra Diehl, 
Carol Albert. 



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Sophomore 

Class 

Under the guidance of the officers and Expanded Executive Council, the 
Sophomore Class cooperates together in presenting many activities for 
the students of WSU. The traditional projects of the class — the Tolo, 
Leadership Conference, and the Blood Drive have all been revised and 
expanded to insure more enthusiasm and participation on the part of 
the students. Two new projects this year were an all campus exchange 
dance with the University of Idaho and the publishing of a pamphlet 
entitled “The Sophomore Class Offers You”, which was distributed to 
every sophomore on campus. 

Executive 

Council 


Pat Bums 

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Denny Johnson 


Dave Warren 


Mary Ann Jaburek 














President: Jim Page Secretary: Pat Bemiss 

Expanded Executive Council 

ROW 1: Karen Lewis, Jeff Campbell, Allan Fritzberg, Larry Martin, Denny Carswell, Bill Self, Galen Mills, Mike Hansen, Brent Warwick, Randy 
Smethers, Chris Wiley, Bob Stevens, Pat Ritter, Tom McPhce. ROW 2: Bunnie Bond, Ivan Peterson, Ralph Koontz, Bob Ludwig, Dick Hollister, Dick 
McGinnis, Bob Abrams, Jade Bradbury, Jim Thomas, Joan Hunziker, Betty Jo Royer, Linda Nappe, Jeannie Kunzl, Ann Goldsworthy, Nancy Graham, 
Darla Meiners, Bonnie Roe, Stan Klippert, Lori Rubey. ROW 3: Joanne Spencer, Cathy Quirk, Ann Fiedler, Janet Hyde, Carole Fallstrom, Sue Iddings, 
Kirk Smick, Fred Goodwin, Jerry Harms, John Lindsay, Brent Trathcn, Paula Lyon, Jacque Davis, Marti Mueller, Pat McFeely, Barb Rowe, Debbie 
Chambers, Beverly Trump, Sue Benson. 



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Freshman 

Class 



Jeannie Callahan 


Freshman Class government has given its members an opportunity to 
meet and work together to benefit their class and WSU. The activities 
were “Final Fling,” the traditional dance and Frosh Day which included 
a street dance, variety show, and competitive events. Plans are being 
drawn for the class project, a fountain or “wishing well” to be located 
south of Bryan Hall 


Executive 

Council 



Sue Bowman 



Mike Jennings 

















IBR 


Composed of dormitory presidents and represenatives, the 
Independent Board of Representatives is the main com¬ 
munication and government of WSU’s residence halls. 
IBR sponsors the Independent Handbook, honor banquet, 
president’s workshop, IBR scholarship and independent 
queen contest. 



President: Sam Hunt 


OFFICERS: Chuck Aancson, Judy Walser, Mike Johanson, Sam Hunt. 



ROW 1: Bill Janes, Jim McDonnell, Judy Walser, Linda Brady, Jeanne Kunzl, Nancy Ramsey, Susan Wohld, Sandy Schwartz, Mike Hansen, Dean 
Hutchinson. ROW 2: Tom Kimball, Ken Migchelbrink, Mike Johanson, Jim Aanenson, Larry Yetter, Joan Crandall, Marlene Jaeobson, Karen Lewis, 
Kathleen Lyons, Chuck Aanenson, Sam Hunt, Jim Ticrnan, Larry Dixon, Bill Townc. ROW 3: Kathy Anastasio, Carolyn Heideman, Sharon McCoy, Margy 
Eash, Judy Walton, Carolyn Kirscher, Vicki Jacobson, Margaret Slaughter, Jill Downing, Ann Kleiva. 


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INDEPENDENT QUEEN COMMITTEE: Mike Hansen, Sandy Schwartz, 
Mike Johanson, Kathleen Lyons, Dean Hutchinson. 


HONORS BANQUET COMMITTEE - ROW 1: Sandy Schwartz, 
Jeanne Kunzl, Ann Kleiva. ROW 2: Chuck Aanenson, Bill Towne. 


IBR Committees 



ROW 1: Gwynn Maryott, Sharon Lee, Nancy Ramsey, Linda Brady, Georgette Anderson, Tanya Livie. ROW 2: Mike Gies, Vance Vallandigham, Jim 
McDonnell. 


The Independent Political Action Committee has been 
recently incorporated into IBR to facilitate efficiency, 
expediency, and enthusiasm. The IBR representatives 
are the medium of communication to each individual 
dorm while this smaller IPAC committee coordinates 
and conducts the political activities of the independent 
student. 


IPAC 


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GPAR 



President: Hans Rasmussen 


The purpose of the Greek Political Action Representatives 
is to supervise the selection of the most able and qualified 
Greek candidates to appear on the ballot in the Fall and 
Spring general elections. It is our desire that the voters 
look closely at the candidates and objectively decide who 
is the best candidate for each office. 



OFFICERS: Hans Rassmussen, Curt Nakayama, Jan McEachern, Mary Neal. 








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ROW 1: Dennis McLaughlin, Corky Hicks, John Robinson, Bob Fuller, Lee Hooper, Vern Towne, Dave Murdach, Denny Carswell, Mike Avey, John 
Vanderworker, Jerry Kiehn, Chuck Sweeney, Jerry Corderman. ROW 2: Evi Cortony, Dick Casmier, Nel Siverson, Stan Evans, Jim Stedman, Paul 
Eldenburg, Arend Dawson, Jack Ripper, John Daly, Fred Phillips, Ben Osborne, Bill Galvin, Lars Vedvick, Pat Maslac, Sue Helsby, Lyndal Kennedy. 
ROW 3: Sherrie Masto, Bob Kannberg, Marietta Rowe, Carol Linnihan, Chris Darrow, David Haining, Joan Belle Mix, Robin Sweeney, Loree Stand, 
Elsie Gill, Janie Piper, Judy Hopkins, Tammie Sweeney, Lucile Lugenbeel, Sue Walker. 


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IFC 


The Interfraternity Council is composed of the 25 fra¬ 
ternities on campus, represented by presidents, and a 
six-member Executive Council, plus a committee system 
concerned with Scholarship, Rush, Alumni, and other 
areas of importance to the fraternity system’s welfare. 
Activities of IFC include operation of Men’s Rush, an 
annual Workshop and a Fall President’s Retreat. 



OFFICERS: Larry Brackett, Dennis McLaughlin, Bob Olds, Duke Campbell, 
Bernie Newby, J. Winston Martin. 



President: Bernie Newby 



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ROW 1: Neal Cheldelin, Buck Kipe, Fred Hogg, Max Jensen, Gregg Nelson, Ed Goldsworthy, J. Winston Martin, David Syre, George Murdock, Hap 
Leyda. ROW 2: Jim Bair, Dave Herrin, Larry Kirkpatrick, Duke Campbell, Bob Olds, Dennis McLaughlin, Roy Busse, Mike Leffel, Bruce Nurse, 
Bernie Newby, Gene Nesbitt, Dean Kalahar. ROW 3: Larry Brackett, Jim Miller, Bud Dumas, Phil Rude, Doug Cook, Per Engelstad, Jim Sinkbeil, 
Mike Jones, Bill Galvin, Ron Stanek. 


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Senior Panhellenic 

Panhellenic Council, the unifying body for all sororities 
on campus, was happy this year to aid in the colonization 
of the fourteenth national sorority at WSU. The Council 
is composed of the president and one delegate from each 
sorority. Fall and midyear rush, spring workshop, and 
awarding two scholarships were the sponsored activities. 



President: Judy Buess 


EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-ROW 1: Arden Coe, Dean Northrup, Miss JoAnne 
Johnson, Judy Buess. ROW 2: Gail Manley, Nancy Mitchell, Karen Gustafson. 



COUNCIL — ROW 1: Barbara Hatfield, Andree Hofmeister, Marilyn Merz, Shan Beck, Arlene E. Anderson, Susan Kelley, Linda Tessman, Diane Taber, 
Carolee Hanson. ROW 2: Jeri Smith, Jean Henry, Kay Erickson, Joan Erickson, Carol Quarles, Kay Irwin, Carolyn Leach, Pat Grimes, Sheryl Fred, Mary 
Ann Peterson, Linda Jensen, Dorothy Olson, Nancy Nethercutt, Diane Schneitter, Judy Rees, Leilia Haugen. 


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Junior Panhellenic 


Junior Panhellenic’s purpose is to orient freshman pledges 
with the Greek world and broaden their view of other 
national sororities. The group is composed of the president 
and one representative from each sorority pledge class. 
Jr. Pan sponsors a pledge class brunch, “Hello Day” and 
helps with high school visitation weekend. 



Officers: Lynda'itefstad, Mrs. Manring, Chris Drinkard, Kathryn Amsler. 



President: Lynda Hofstad 



ROW 1: Janet Anderson, Kathryn Amsler, Lynda Hofstad, Mrs. Manring, Chris Drinkard, Jeanne Marks, Terry Colman, Jann Jacobs. ROW 2: Marsha 
Phipps, Cathy Andres, Naomi Lu Fah, Barbara Frisk, Jeaneane Whitaker, Betty Bold, Julie Herpick, Bette Shannon, Wendy Jackson, Jenni Secord, Carol 
Chadwick. ROW 3: Barb Simpson, Nancy Picatti, Jan Batten, Claudia Cope, Chris Ranta, Mary Ousley, Sue Harper, Rae Patterson. 


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YWCA 



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President: Julie Herrington 


The YWCA brings to its members a program for 
greater understanding of themselves and the world 
around them. Whether the activity is leading a 
campfire group or participating in discussion of 
current issues, opportunity is provided for each 
girl to find self-fulfillment in an area which interests 
her. Two of the year’s highlights were sending girls 
to the University of Illinois for the National Student 
Assembly of the Y’s and a special lecture series, 
“The Individual in American Democracy.” 



ROW 1: Kris Westberg, Barb Hatfield, Joan Hudspeth, Nonie Barnhart, Carol Rogel, Ellen Schaefer, Margaret Chittenden, Nancy Johnson. ROW 2: Sara 
Guy, Valarie Veirs, Charyl Tyndell, Anne Ritzheimer, Sandy Schalow, Margaret Love, Vera Ellen Bice, Mary Lee Shaw, Dee Weissenborn, Linda Williams, 
Donna Kludt, Julie Herrington. 


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ROW 1: Mary Sullivan, Pat Mclrvin, Susie Fisher, Helen Westlin, Sally Jo McKinnon, Jan Frender, Beverly Hamstad, Margaret Chittenden. ROW 2: 
Sally Creasman, Terry Whiting, Charyl Tyndell, Sally Anderson, Alice Congdon, Linda Brown, Rauny Berg, Mary Marken, Linda Williams, Carol Frodesen. 




Treasurer: Sandra Schalow 



















YMCA 

The YMCA movement has been growing because its pur¬ 
poses and goals can involve all students regardless of the 
religious convictions or commitments. The following pro¬ 
grams encourage students to be aware of the world in 
which we live: Faculty-Student Firesides, Community 
Service, Leadership Training Group, Special Events, and 
Popcorn Forum. 



OFFICERS: Bob Davidson, Stan Bye, Kelly Montfort. 



CABINET — ROW 1: Stan Rheiner, Steve Heppell, Stan Bye, Bob Martin, Roy Felstad, Phil Aronson, Bob Keene, King Phelps. ROW 2: Kelly Montfort, 
Dawes Eddy, Bob Adams, Ron Wamsley, Dick Butler, Jack Wedeberg, Ray Maxson, Bill Clarke, Chuck Doland. 


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New Student Camp — a good time the main event. 




Officers: Dick Butler, Sherry Bye, Stanley Rheiner. 


Internation Reception brings smiles. 


Leadership Training is this group's concern. 



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YMCA Activities 














AWS 



President: Mary Ellen Stone 


Associated Women Students of WSU include al 
undergraduate women. It is organized into twcl 
main bodies, the Senate and House of Repre¬ 
sentatives. The purposes of AWS are to promote! 
selfgovernment among the women students, to co¬ 
ordinate the organizational activities of the women 
students, and to develop leadership among the* 
women students. 



Vice President: Sidney Phelps 



SENATORS — ROW 1: Julie Jones, Julie Twohy, Mary Ellen Stone, Catherine Northrup, Sue Carkoski, Marlene Jacobson. ROW 2: Sydney Phelps 
Joyce Stockdale, Kris Healy, Sandy Finch, Judy Cameran, Ann Fletcher, Linda Ayers, Sharon McCoy, Christine Laib, Jean Morgan. 


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REPRESENTATIVES — ROW 1: Susan Wohld, Eriann Pearson, Nancy Kepner, Marilyn Merz, Arlene Anderson, Shan Beck, Barbara Russell, Georgia 
Umphenour, Freya Kelsey. ROW 2: Carolyn Lemke, Sheryl Fred, Sue Berger, Jane Bevington, Anne Webb, Pat Grimes, Roberta Dods, Shirley Cook, 
Mrs. Cal Watson. ROW 3: Judy Rees, Nancy Nethercutt, Joan Kennedy, Joan Erickson, Linda Jensen, Phyllis Bordwell, Judith Hamilton, Ann Maher, Sue 
McCleneghan, Sydney Phelps. 



Second Vice President: Ann Fletcher 




Secretary: Judy Cameron 


Treasurer: Marlene Jacobson 


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WOMEN'S DAY — ROW 1: Donna Retzel, Cris Ranta, Margaret 
Love, Terry Whiting, Karen Holtberg, Chris Drinkard, Sue Carkoski, 
Linda Johnson, Bonnie Roe. ROW 2: Julie Jones, Linda Carlson, 
Judy Johnson, Patty Robbins, Becky Wilkie, Brooke Caldwell. 



AWS BIG-LITTLE SIS — Betsy Hill, Joanne Brown, Susan Jane 
Martin, Chirstine Laib, Kay Ganson, Barb Steenbergen, Kathy Neal. 



AWS SPECIAL'EVENTS-Sandy Finch, Sandy Schalow, Helen 
Westlin, Marian Schmidt, Mary Lee Shaw, Nonie Tierney, Julie 
Starwick. 



MOTHERS' WEEKEND-ROW 1: Patsy Ryan, llene Grant, Marsha 
Williams, Carolyn Jensen, Marian Healy, Chris Hardinger, Pat Harper, Marion 
Bowker, Karen Winch, Nancy Picatti. ROW 2: Marietta Rowe, Karen 
Anderson, Judy K. Johnson, Sue Carkoski, Phyllis Bordwell. 

AWS 

Committees 



COLLEGE DAY PANEL — Marlys Dalbotten, Sue Martin, Merry Meek, 
Marsha Williams. 

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Athletic Council 


The Athletic Council is made up 
of ten members representing the 
alumni, faculty and students. It 
serves in an advisory capacity to 
the Director of Intercollegiate 
Athletics on all matters pertain¬ 
ing to athletics and makes rec¬ 
ommendations to the President 
through the Director of Inter¬ 
collegiate Athletics on athletic 
policy. 



Stan Bates 

Director, Intercollegiate Athletics 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL: Dr. French, Dr. Henry, Pat Patterson, Jack Glover, Jack Wynn, Mike Jones, Dr. Beasley, Jim Lemery, Dr. Galligan, Dr. 
McGinnis, Stan Bates. 


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ROW 1: Larry Gust, Al Zindell, Vince Niemeyer. ROW 2: Kathy Quinn, Yvonne Stokke, Julie Ann 
McCaw, Sandy O’Neill, Liane Francis, Melinda Rail. 



Mike Wilson, Nancy Nethercutt, Shelly Williamson, Sherri Tidrick, Mary Ann Maslac, Terry Cook, 
Kathy Quinn, Larry Gust. 


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The Cougar Coordinating Coun¬ 
cil is the main body which plans 
the school’s pep program. Mem¬ 
bers include the chairmen of Yell 
Squad, Rally Squad, Crimson 
Block, Band, and Drill Team and 
an ex-officio member of the Ever¬ 
green. Among the duties of the 
council are planning of special 
pep programs, trips to away 
games, and selection of the 
Cougar of the Week. 


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Football 


Head Coach: Jim Sutherland 


Assistant Coach: Gerry Okuneff 




Assistant Coach: Ray Blier Assistant Coach: Russ Hampton 


Assistant Coach: Chuck Chatfield 


Assistant Coach: Rod Enos 






Quarterback Mathieson is briefed on the play. 


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WSU - 49 
San Jose - 8 

The Cougars jumped off to a big start in the 1962 football campaign 
by whipping the San Jose Spartans 49-8 before 15,000 fans in Rogers 
Field. Cougar fans watched Jim Sutherland's newly installed three 
platoon system go to work on the Spartans. With the "‘Big Red” 
team leading the way on offense, the “Red Raiders” stopping the 
San Jose charge time after time, and the “Swing Team” ably backing 
up the “Big Red” on offense, the Cougars jumped to an early lead 
and were never headed. George Reed was the outstanding offensive 
performer, although Herm McKee, who carried the ball only once, 
turned his single effort into a 68 yard touchdown run. 




Clarence Williams (22) tries to sweep around right end when he is stopped by San Jose. 



Hugh Campbell (86) scores a touchdown. 


Mike Abbott 
End 


Vince Antonio 
Fullback 


Glenn Baker 
Tackle 


Clete Baltes 
End 


Chuck Barnes 
Guard 















WSU- 24 
Arizona State - 24 

Fourteen points down at halftime, the Cougars staged a remarkable 
last quarter comeback to tie the Sun Devils from Arizona State 
24-24. The Sun Devils displayed amazing speed and showed from the 
beginning they were out to dominate the first half. When the 
Cougars took the field in the second half, they looked like a new 
team with their whole offense finally coming alive. Jerry Shaw 
snatched five passes, two of them for touchdowns. Hugh Campbell 
also caught five passes to raise his total for the first three games to 17. 


Ken Graham (33) drives for yardage. 



bin Browne (44) runs backwards for five yards against Arizona State. 


il Benton 
.ckle 


Brian Beveridge 
Tackle 


Morris Blankenbaker A1 Branco 

Halfback Guard 



Joe Broeker 
Tackle 



John Browne 
Halfback 

Bob Brodie 
Halfback 










WSU -13 
U of Pacific -12 


After going through the first five games with only a tie to mar a 
perfect record, WSU fans looked forward with almost no doubt to 
a fifth Cougar win when they met the Tigers of UOP. Cougar fans 
got the shock of their lives when an inspired group of Tigers pulled 
one of the season's biggest upsets by uprooting the Cougs 13-12. 
The Tiger eleven scored both touchdowns and the extra point 
early in the first period. The Cougs rallied to score two six-pointers 
in the second half but both extra points were missed. The Cougars 
also attempted two field goals late in the game, but both failed 
to split the uprights. 



Dale Ford Gery Gehrmann 

Quarterback Linebacker 



Hugh Campbell Clarence Williams (22) runs for 9 yards while being chased by three UOP Tigers. 

End 














WSU - 21 
Stanford - 6 

Playing their first league game since they joined the Big Six Con¬ 
ference, the Cougars took over first place by shutting the door on 
the Stanford Indians, 21-6. The ‘'Red Raiders” were led by Jim 
Paton, Gery Gehrmann, and Clete Baltes. Gehnnann scored the 
first WSU six-pointer when he fell on a Stanford kick, blocked by 
Jim Paton, in the end zone. Halfback Ken Graham scored the second 
touchdown when he raced 97 yards with the second half kickoff. 
Clete Baltes, who tied a WSU record by swiping three Indian passes, 
set up the third score with his third interception. Six plays later 
Dave Mathieson threw 11 yards to Jerry Shaw for the touchdown. 


Ken Graham punts as Stanford tries to block. 



Vince Antonio (45) gains three yards as Stanford brings him to a sudden stop. 


arry Gilpin 
uard 


Ken Graham 
Halfback 


Chuck Grutzmacher Pat Hawes 

Linebacker Halfback 


Fred Heany 
Guard 









WSU - 21 
Indiana -15 

Displaying one ot the greatest last minute rallies in Cougar football 
history, WSU squeezed by the Indiana Hoosiers 21-15. The Cougars 
down 7-0 at the beginning of the fourth quarter, tied it up 7-7 
only to go behind 15-7 when Indiana marched some 80 yards on 
a terrific display of passing by Indiana. The Cougars with George 
Reed scoring his second touchdown closed the gap to 15-14. This 
set the stage for probably the biggest play in the Cougar ‘‘62” 
campaign. With less than a minute remaining, Dave Mathieson 
threw a 50 yard pass to Hugh Campbell on the Indiana 8 yard line, 
and Hugh raced in for the final tally. 


A perfect tackle by Mike Abbot (82) stops a Hoosier from scoring. 





















e Idaho Vandals rush in for the tackle as Dave Mathieson (10) hands off 
Ken Graham. 




Weatherwise it was a poor day for football. 


WSU- 22 
Idaho -14 

Playing most of the game in a cold snow storm the Cougars 
continued to hand neighboring Idaho losses on the grid iron. The 
Cougars had to score late in the fourth period to break a 14-14 
tie in order to gain the win over the game Vandals. Hugh Campbell, 
as he had done so many times in the past, scored the winning six 
points on a pass from Dave Mathieson. 



Clarence Williams goes in to score. 


Jerry Kirk 
Guard 


Dale Knuth 
Guard 





Dave Mathieson 
Quarterback 












OSU -18 
WSU -12 

Terry Baker of Oregon State University came to town and proved 
he was just as good as they claimed he was as he led his team¬ 
mates to an 18-12 win over the Cougars. Baker scored all three 
of the Beaver touchdowns as they handed the Cougars their second 
loss of the season. The loss proved costly to the Cougars as they 
lost Center Larry Thompson for the rest of the season with a 
broken foot. 



Cougars prepare a power play. 





George Reed 
Fullback 


Larry Reisbig 
Tackle 



Oregon State’s Terry Baker scores as two Cougars try to stop him. 


Dennis McCurdy 

Herm McKee 

Joel Medlicott 

Jim Pa ton 

Fullback 

Halfback 

Guard 

Guard 


Gary Pence 
Quarterback 











WSU - 21 
UW-26 

Turning their backs on a chance for a tie, the Cougars dropped a 
heart-breaking 26-21 loss from the University of Washington 
Huskies in their final game of the year. As always, the game between 
these bitter foes was close all the way and the Huskies had to come 
from behind to win. Trailing 21-14 going into the last half, the 
visitors scored a tieing touchdown in the third period and rallied 
for a field goal and safety in the final 15 minutes to gain the victory. 
For the Cougars, Hugh Campbell ended his college career with 10 
receptions good for 178 yards and one touchdown. Quarterback 
Dave Mathieson put on a dazzling display of passing for the 
Cougars as he hit on 21 of 33 attempts for 343 yards and three 
touchdowns. 


erry Shaw 
3nd 


Paul Stoffel 
Center 



Dave Mathieson throws a 

old Thexton 
kle 


long pass to Hugh Campbell (86) as John Browne (44) watches U of W. 


Larry Thompson 
Center 


Bob Vietzke 
Guard 


Wendell Wardell 
Tackle 


Clarence Williams 
Halfback 













Hugh Campbell receives an award at the Junior Chamber of Commerce “Hugh Campbell Day” banquet given in his honor. 


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Basketball 






ROW 1: Joe Zaspell, Jack Frost, Larry Sloan, Byrori Vadsett, Bob Montgomery, Jim Walton, Marv Harshman. ROW 2: Brent Watson, Mike Drew, Ed 
Hewett, Jim Dahl, Skip Post, Dick Hostickka, Jack Bettesworth. ROW 3: Lee Wheeler, Jim Lemery, Jim Knostman, Ted Werner, Al Thompson, Larry 
Carlson, Ken Hammer. 



Cougs recover the ball — 
coaches eonfer. 

There were not too many happy moments 
for Cougar fans as the basketball team wound 
their way through a long, long season. The 
Cougars manned mostly by juniors and sopho¬ 
mores could only come up with five wins 
while coming out on the short end of the score 
twenty times. The highlight of the season was 
the Cougars' 66-57 win over the tough and 
talented Idaho Vandals. Previously the Idaho 
five had thumped the Cougars four times in 
as many meetings. From the fans point of 
view it was an interesting season. They 
watched the young Cougars grow from the 
inexperienced to the experienced. 


Big action on the floor. 

A good example of this was Center Ted 
Werner. Werner started the season slowly, 
but by the end of the season was one of the 
better big men on the coast. Idaho's great 
Gus Johnson called Werner one of the best 
defensive men he had to play against during 
the campaign. Another bright spot in the 
Cougars season was the shooting of guards 
Byron Vadset and Jim Walton. When these 
two men were on there was no stopping them 
with their long one handed jump shots from 
far out on the court. Al Thompson was voted 
by his teammates “the most inspirational 
player.” Cougars, Jim Lemery and Larry 
Carlson, left the WSU courts with the sea¬ 
son's end. 



Werner, watch your man! 



Oh, No! 


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Colorado 

WSU 



Ted Werner scores 2 points. 



The Cougars fight to score. 



Jim Knostman drops in 2 pts. against Colorado State. 



A fast break and Al Thompson dunks two pts. 


WSU 

Long Beach St. 


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WSU - 70 
Gonzaga - 66 


A long shot by Bob Montgomery. 


Dale Ford drives in for a two-handed shot. 



WSU- 66 
Idaho-57 

Al Thompson scores despite Idaho’s efforts. 


Gus Johnson, Idaho, grabs the rebound from WSU. 

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WSU - 74 
Montana - 63 


Byron Vadset is surrounded by Cougars as he jumps against Montana. 


Byron Vadset shoots a long jump shot. 


Jim Walton runs in for a lay-up. 





















wsu 

uw- 



A look of determination is on Dale Ford's face as he fights through the Husky line to score 2 pts. 














47-WSU 
74 - OSU 



|A made scramble for the ball. 


Byron Vadset looks for an opening as seven foot Mel Counts of Oregon State watches. 









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The game is a little more difficult in a skirt. 


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Notice which team is controlling the ball. 


















Rooters 


A cougar scores . . . 


What will they do next ? 


Result — a happy crowd. 


Not much enthusiasm evident. 


One tense moment. . . 












ROW 1: Ed Gause, Gordon Prentice, Jim Wise, Jim McDonald, John McFadden, Coach C. Brayton. ROW 2 : 
Tom Seidel, Duane Rossman, Bob Salisbury, John Endsley, Bob Stephens, Wally Lito, Larry Schreck, Bob 
Fry. ROW 3: Dave Pate, John Olerud, Byron Vadset, Mike Carlon, Ray Moline, Ron Langhans, John Day, 
Craig Heimbigner, Bruce Bain. 


Baseball 


Watching a Coug at bat. 





Words and an exchange of viewpoints! 


Now if he can just make it home. 


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Dave Pate connects with a solid line drive that gets him to third base. 


Coach Charlie Brayton’s diamond crew ended the year 
with a 24-8 overall record for the season, but could only 
I break even in 14 Northern Division games. The Cougars 
were rolling along in fine style until they took a trip to 
Oregon, Oregon State, and Washington. Up to that time 
they had only one loss. However, against their Northern 
Division foes they could muster only one win in six games 
they played on the road trip. After returning home the 
Cougars swept a twin bill from the Ducks and split two 
games with the Beavers when the two Oregon schools 
made their visit to WSU. There was a loss of five seniors 
from this year's squad. 





















A catch that keeps the base well covered. 


Behind the plate view of Ray Moline's pitch. 



A strong pitch to first base. 


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ROW 1: Dave Warren, Jim Easley, Glen Wolf, Blair Barner, Joe Wiggs, Paul Carosella. ROW 2: John Chaplin, Jan Bentzon, Bill Bridges, Phil Turrell, 
Alec Blair, Lyman Pease. ROW 3: Nels Siverson, Herm McKee, Jim Allen, Jim Felber, Kent Swanson, Bill Bleakney, Jack Mooberry. 






















With grace and ease Jim Allen chalks up a win to remain far west champion. 


Jan Bentzon strains to break the tape in the 880 against Oregon. 


John Valiant seems to take his time as he finishes first in the mile. 


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Jack Mooberry’s Cougar thinclads won three of 
five meets in Northwestern competition while 
placing a strong third in the Northern Division 
Championships and placing fourth in the AAWU 
meet at Berkley. Displaying a wide variety of 
talent, the team sported such record breakers as 
Nels Siverson, first Cougar pole vaulter to clear 
15 ft. outdoors. Jim Allen, standout in the 120 
yd. and 440 yd. high hurdles, placed second at 
the AAWU meet in the 440 yd. highs in 51.6 
seconds. Bill Bridges, third at the AAWU in the 
javelin at 222 ft. 2 in.; Eilif Frederickson, un¬ 
defeated this year in the triple jump, including 
the AAWU contest and John Valiant, mile and 
three mile run artist with a 4:07.9 best in the 
mile were outstanding. 



Bill Bleakney is first in the 120 low hurdles. 

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Bill Pascual does a one and one half pike. 


Ray Bloom in the backstroke against the U. of W. 


Swimming 

Team 


Chris Marker and Bill Pascual were 
this year’s mainstays of the Cougar 
swimming team. Marker currently is 
the holder of the Big 6 and Far West 
records in the 100 meter and 200 
meter freestyle events. In the Big 6 
meet the Cougs finished fourth and 
in the Far West Relays they came in 
third. All members of the squad will 
return next year. 



SWIM TEAM — ROW 1: Leroy Anderson, Bill Streeter, Tim Wenger, Jim Daniels, Bill Neff, 
Doug Gibb. ROW 2: Ron Engelland, Steve Severy, Bill Pascual, Pat Waters, Don Grant, Chris 
Marker. ROW 3: Russ Robinett, Ray Bloom, Jim Bauman, Jerry Graham. 



Ron Engelland gets a fast start against the U. of W. 



Jerry Graham does a back dive. 


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ROW 1: Stu Rehnstrom, Nils Siverson, Bob Olds, Chuck Lambson. ROW 2: Jim Sweeney, Dick 
Van Hersett, George Gleason, Jerry Penney, Bob Newbill, Jack Benson. 


Gymnastics 

Team 


Under the direction of Coach James Sweeney, the 
gymnastics team had a successful season. They re¬ 
ceived second place in the Pacific Northwest Open 
Meet and the College Meet as well as achieving a 
fifth place standing in both the Big Six Conference 
and the Western Intercollegiate Meet. Captain Dick 
Van Hersett was named tumbling and trampoline 
champ in the Pacific Northwest Open Meet with Stu 
Rehnstrom receiving the title of all-around champ. 
Bob Olds gained honors for his performance on the 
side horse and has remained undefeated in Dual 
Meet competition for three years of varsity com¬ 
petition. 


George Gleason on the still rings. 


















The WSU Varsity wrestling team swept to its first 
AAWU conference title in the meet at UCLA. Pic¬ 
tured here are the eight Cougars and coach Roger 
James, who brought WSU its first Big Six crown. 
Chick Sandifer, Sedro Woolley, Champion at 147; 
Captain Bryce Cook, champion at 137, from Burling¬ 
ton; Roger Short, Chimacum, second at 123, and 
Francis Allbritton, Centralia, second at 130. Back 
row: Coach James, heavyweight champion Randy 
Cooper, Spokane; Fred Heany, Clover Park, second 
at 177; Mikel Harrington, Bend, Oregon, second at 
167, and Warren Riddle, Mead, fourth at 157. 
Captain Cook is the only senior on the squad. 



Bryce Cook driving for pin. 


Wrestling 




Roger Short tries for a takedown against Western. 



Heavyweight Randy Cooper winning match 5-2 from Centralia. 


Washington State tries for point 


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Bill Zimmerli’s amazing golf team compiled a 8-2-2 
record for the 1963 season, one of the strongest 
teams in years. Mike Leffel, Denny Johnson, Mike 
Jones, and Ted Naff were key men as the Cougar 
team defeated Oregon, Oregon State, Whitman, 
Gonzaga, MSU, and several other contenders. After 
a slow start in late March, the Cougars went on to 
a nine match winning streak before tieing the Uni¬ 
versity of Idaho in a triangular meet with Gonzaga, 
Whitman, and the WSU frosh also competing. 


Bill Zimmerli, Gary Pense, Jeff Dean, Terry Busch, Dennis Johnson, Ted Naff, Jerry Crossler, 
Mike Jones, Mike Leffel. 











Bad weather and lack of playing were 
serious problems this year for Ken 
Thompson's varsity netmen. WSU started 
the season by winning two of its first 
three matches, but the opposition proved 
too strong and yielded only one of the 
next seven matches to the Cougars. Even 
with four returning lettermen from the 
1962 team, the 1963 team compiled only 
a 3-7 record. Frosh prospects, however, 
look encouraging, as they were unde¬ 
feated, including a win over the varsity. 



ROW 1: Pat Miller, Andris Cakarnis, Hal Kibby. ROW 2: Ken Thompson, coach, Bob Kaeser, Tom 
Buchanan, Joe Kleitsch, Brian Rockom. 


Tennis 



Bob Kaeser returns with a backhand. 



Joe Kleitsch waits for the volley, 


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WRA 


The Women’s Recreation Association provides fun 
and enjoyment for all women through activities that 
will be beneficial now and after college. WRA works 
in cooperation with the women’s physical education 
department. It has three parts: recreational clubs, 
intramurals, and co-recreation. 



President: Joan Crawford 



Vice President: Pat Peters 





Secretary: Sue Giboney 


Treasurer: Judy Friberg 



WRA COUNCIL — ROW 1: Joan Crawford, Sandy Gallemore, Linda Erickson, Judy Friberg, Lanette Adams, Linda Kellman. ROW 2: Pat Peters, 
Dayle Shipley, Sandy Sparkman, Kay Ganson, Elsie Gill, Susan Giboney, Linda Metke, Margaret Leslie, Judy Gray, Annette Stender. 














CRIMSON W — ROW 1: Peggy Yates, Donna Kindt, Sue Lowman, Rosemary Hood, Barbara Blatter, Joan Crawford, Shelby McMillan, Sandy Gallemore. 
ROW 2: Pat Peters, Annette Stender, Annetta Kikendall, Dee Miller, Phil Struck, Mary Jo Leathers, Nancy Wright, Karen Munro, Joyce Reichl, Kathy Quinn. 



BOWLING CLUB — ROW 1: Lannette Adams, Margery Pope, Kathleen Picken, Kristy Mickelson, Janet Wilson. ROW 2: Darlene Williams, Donna Marie 
Retzel, June Nissley, Shirley Ross, Marsha Barlow, Michele Bescup. 


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FISH FANS — ROW 1: Marilee Green, Karen Hotberg, Carolyn Lewis, Joan Jameson, Lani Young, Cherie Strayer, Barbara Rothermel, Julie Twohy, 
Lanny MacPhersen, Dianne Smith, Emily Westcott, Rae Mahnkey. ROW 2: Lois Lang, Barb Englehardt, Naomi Lu Fall, Marcie Daniel, Charlotte 
Lindstrom, Donna Belknap, Sheila O'Donnell, Susan Steininger, Cheryl Koch, Sharon Hall, Lynne Hitchcock, Susan Coombs, Arline Averett, Miss Durrant. 
ROW 3: Sandy Scalovv, Kay Ganson, Judy Machiguchi, Carma Switzer, Carol Spangcnberg, Nancy Spangenberg, Sue Martin, Jane Olsen, Linda McDevitt, 
Janice Haines, Esther Gombos, Carole Hay, Kathy Uddenberg. 



Sharon Hall, Joan Jameson, Charlotte Lindstrom, Nancy Spangenberg, Linda McDevitt, Janice Haines, Jane Olson. 


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SPORTS CLUB — ROW 1: Sharon Whitney, Sandy Gallemore, Linda Erickson. ROW 2: Margaret Leslie, Karen Munro, JoAnne Steblaj, Sally Swenson, 
Judy Gray. 



ORCHESIS MEMBERS: Elaine Baxter, Iain Baxter, Sandy Gallemore, Ray Denny, Kathy Quinn, Jean Chew, Alfred Morris, Michele Wolcomb, Roberta 
Shawver, Marianne Kinney, Yvonne Stokey, Julie McCaw, Cheryl Howard, Marilee McMonigle. 




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Music for the Christmas Vespers was presented by the orchestra and chorus. 


Music 


The activities of the Department of Music are many and 
varied. In addition to professional courses leading to 
a degree in music, there are several opportunities which 
are available to students from all parts of the campus. 
Membership in such performing groups as the various 
choral organizations, bands, orchestra, and chamber music 
groups is open to all students by audition. Traditionally 
there are as many non-music majors as there are music 
majors in these organizations. Courses in music literature 
and private lessons are also available to all students re¬ 
gardless of their major. 

Courses in music literature and private lessons are also 
available to all students regardless of their major. 


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The Washington State University Choral Singers. 


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The WSU Marching Band performing on Rogers Field during the annual Band Day. 


Music 


The 1962 football season was a busy one for the March¬ 
ing Band. They performed at the out-of-town games as 
well as at the games played in Pullman. One of their 
big events was hosting the high school bands on Band 
Day. The Marching Band is under the direction of Mr. 
Howard Deming. 



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The Washington State University Choir. 


The choir is composed of the top students in the 
vocal department. The group collaborated with the 
orchestra to put on the Christmas Vespers Service 
in which they presented Handel’s Messiah with Mr. 
Francis Green as the conductor. 


The Concert Band is organized at the conclusion 
of football season to accommodate bandsmen 
who are not members of the Symphonic Band. 
Margaret Dezell, John Leyden, Allen Porter, Charles 
Telford, Clark White, Steve Rodgers, David Cross 
and Rosanne Walter were student conductors of 
the Concert Band. 




























Symphonic Band 


“Congratulations on your wonderful band. This is 
one of America’s finest college bands” . . . Frank 
Piersol, President, College Band Directors’ National 
Association. The Symphonic Band is a select band 
of 97 members which presents concerts throughout 
the school year. The nationally known cometist 
Leonard Smith was soloist with the band on its 
Mothers’ Weekend Concert. 17 concerts were pre¬ 
sented in 15 Washington high schools during the 
spring band tour. 


Music 


The Washington State University Orchestra pre¬ 
sented a number of performances this year under 
the direction of conductor, Mr. Alfred Boyington. 
The Chamber Orchestra Concert was presented on 
November 16. The Orchestra and Chorus collabo¬ 
rated to perform Handel’s Messiah for Christmas 
Vespers. Frank Green was the guest conductor. Then 
on March 24, the Spring Concert was presented. 



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Orchestra. 


























Karl Highland and Richard Green. 



“J.B.” cast. 


The Drama department produced a variety of plays 
this season from the tragic in “J.B.” to the comic of 
“See How They Run.” “La Perichole,” an opera, was 
produced by the music department. Several of the 
plays were student directed and produced. 

Plays 



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Karl Highland, Larry Gust, and Marian Phillips. 


















Les Johnson and Ora Lee Ault. 












Plays 

Gary Banks carries Larry Grant. 




“PICNIC” CAST — ROW 1: Gayle Wiechman and Karen Boettcher. ROW 2: Marian Phillips, John Cunningham, 
Gail Martin, and Gary Banks. 



















“PENNYWISE" — ROW 1: Larry Grant, John Monohan, Bonnie Hendrickson. ROW 2: C. A. Jones, Zola 
Hecimovich, Roberta Burdick, Bunnie Duncan, Greg Click. 



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John Cunningham, Steve McCloud, and Karen Boettcher. 

































Anne Marie McCartan played the part of Hellen Keller, the deaf, dumb, and blind girl who learns to communicate 
jwith the world. 



Plays 



Mary Bergquist plays Anne Sullivan, the nurse who struggles 
endlessly to help Helen. 




















Concerts 


Faculty Recital 




George Scott in Faculty Recital. 


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Don Cossack and chorus entertain with an authentic native dance. 



Don Cossack and dancers give final salute. 


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Lecture Artist Series 



Suzanne Block and lute. 












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Music at the Jazz concert. 


















Jim Templeton's Quarter entertains in the CUB Ballroom. 



The Ambassadors' music is well known at campus events. 


Concerts 
















































































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Guest Artists 



Spanish dancers Jose and Suzi 



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Anna Russell, international concert comedienne. 

























Senator Douglas pauses while answering questions 



Washington's Senator Magnuson answers a student’s question. 

183 


The Young Republicans sponsored Christiansen as a guest speaker. 


























Guest speaker — Dr. Wells. 


Invited Addresses 


Guest speaker — Dr. Famer. 


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Senator Jackson talks with student after his lecture. 




Lectures 


Willie Ley — man's future in space. 

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John Stevens at Faculty Forum. 












































































WSU-Stanford 
Debate 



“We are gathered together .. 



Must have been hypnotic words, no one made a move. 


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Activities 


Little 500 Bike Race 




Excess baggage an advantage ? 


This is a mobile 50 mile hike. 

Snake River Fun Party 


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This is the primary swim class. 


The Watusi 





Sandbox 101. 















Models for the International Review. 


Eyecatching outfits and girls. 

Informals 




It’s just that you “bug” me. 




Just a few winks then home to bed. 


Breathe deep, one up, two down . . . 


This isn't my best side. 


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We can't go on meeting like this. 


Would you get serious? 


John ... Marsha ... 


Informals 


Hurray, Hurray, for tire ... 


Don’t you just love 8:00 o’clocks? 




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Yes, there’s a big demand for dummies in the Air Force. 


Informals 



A nice straight one. 



Don’t laugh it makes him nervous. 



Dr. Leonard is presented his plaque. 


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Ping Pong for a pastime. 



Just trying to get off the narrow streets, 


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Phi Kappa Phi 

National Scholastic Honorary. 


Carol J. Ahola • Robert H. Anderson • Lianne J. Arstein • James R. Arthurs • Kathryn A. Bamford • John B. Barber • John D. Batjer 
Alan J. Beard • Paul L. Beckett • William A. Blanton • John H. Borden • Bevery J. Brumbaugh • Thomas M. Buchanan • Judith K. Buess 
George W. Bruehl • Riley K. Campbell • Susan B. Clayton • Marnell L. Clement • Arden L. Coe • Patrick N. Colli ton • Shirley A. Cook 

John Ellis Cooper • Margaret L. Cox • Joan M. Crawford • Margaret K. Dagle • Annice H. Edmundson • John R. Erickson 

Donald L. Felgenhauer • Carol A. Franklin • Jean C. Gale • Gretchen O. Galer • Michael C. Gies • Rod D. Grimm • Henry Grosshans 
Sara N. Harpster • Marjorie C. Harris • James M. Hedges • Donald M. Hicks • Carolyn J. Hill • Sasan B. Hitchcock • Phyllis B. Holum 
Sally J. Hooper • Mildred V. Horton • Edward G. Johnson • Lea L. Johnson • Karen O. Johnson • Robert A. Johnson • Theodore H. Kerstetter 
Hendrika J. Kijne-Knop • Marilyn J. Karlenberg • Thomas R. Kimball • Larry D. Kirkpatrick • Duane E. Leigh • Joel H. Magisos 
Judith G. Manley • Doris E. Marshall • Charles Lloyd Martin • James R. McDonald • James D. McMillin • Ruth L. Meenk • Lois J. Meyer 
Ronald E. Miller • Carl W. Milton • Arlo M. Murray • Ramona J. Nelson • Mary I. Olson • Robert H. Osborne • Carol G. Pearson 
Joan M. Pelto • Foloral Pena • Nonie W. Pengelly • Dorothy P. Peterson • Mary A. Peterson • Sydney A. Phelps • Vincent J. Philbrick 
Dorothy L. Pridham • Sharon L. Quirk • Judith A. Rees • Douglas O. Reisbick • Roberta S. Richey • John A. Ringo • Robert H. Robinson 

Barbara B. Russell • Henry J. Shafer • Karen K. Schwisow • Fred R. Shaw • Alvin R. Shannon • Paul R. Spencer • Ruth M. Sprow 

Betty G. Staley • Ann E. Stinchfield • Joyce C. Stockdale • Mary Ellen Stone • Alvah T. Strickland • Gisela E. Taber • Lynn M. Tannehill 
Edouard Thai • John Thirkill • Dallas B. Thompson • Elinor L. Tousley • Gretchen A. VanBevers • Gale S. Vathing • Elmer D. Walter 
Sylvia J. Watson • Leslie A. Wilson • Karen A. Winch • Michael D. Worth • James E. Zimmerman • Diana Joan Zink 


Phi Beta Kappa 


National Scholastic Honorary of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Honorary Member: Dr. Emmett L. Avery 

MEMBERS: Anthony J. Appel • Peter O. Anderson • John E. Blodgett • John H. Borden • Thomas Buchanan • Susan B. Clayton 
Jerry W. Cooney • Charles W. DeRoshia • Gretchen O. Galer • Sara N. Harpster • Phyllis B. Holum • Craig M. Jackson • Karen O. Johnson 
Michael P. Kelley • Larry D. Kirkpatrick • Judith G. Larsen • Rodney J. Leiske • Judith G. Manley • Deris E. Marshall • Donald W. Masson 
John E. May • James D. McMillin • Elinor Tousley Michel • Edith A. Miles • Marjorie Neill Mitchell • Gary R. Morgan • Mary Neil 
Dianne M. Olson • Nonie W. Pengelly • Darrell G. Petcoff • Arlene A. Peterson • Mary A Peterson • Dorothy L. Pridham 
Donald R. Sandstrom • Alvin R. Shannon • Sarah J. Silliman • Paul R. Spencer • Betty G. Staley • Joyce C. Stockdale • Mary E. Stone 
Lynn M. Tannehill • Carl E. Taylor • Carol A. Thompson • Kristin A. Westberg • Bruce J. Wolf • Michael D. Worth 


194 














ROW 1: D. Hirzel, C. L. Barker, B. Blanton, J. Vandermculen, B. Anderson, J. Trzil, P. Barber, A. Strickland, B. Pence, M. Allert, L. Sweet, R. King, W. 
Gluth, S. Graves, V. Dayot. ROW 2: D. Erickson, K. Switzer, J. Oldfield, D. Wilde, J. Colonell, A. Beard, D. Billingsley, J. Ringo, C. Tudor, W. Houchin, 
R. McMillan, D. Felgenhauer, R. Pearson, G. Morgan, R. Hershman, W. Flatt, G. Breaker, R. Fischer, J. Finnila, B. Belles, D. Cearlock. ROW 3: G. Chin, 
F. Olson, ]. Straalsund, R. Kurtz, F. Densmore, R. A. Shawen, E. R. Tinney, T. Slaton, B. Kim, D. Hicks, T. Kimball, G. Deakin, N. Burrell, K. DeBord, E. 
Fafara, G. Hyde, C. Allison, L. Adedeji. 


Tau Beta Pi is a national engineering honorary whose 
purpose is to recognize and encourage superior scholar¬ 
ship and personal integrity as undergraduates and 
alumni in the field of engineering. Each semester new 
members are selected from the top fifth of the senior 
class and the top eighth of the junior class. Each spring 
five top sophomores are selected and awarded certifi¬ 
cates and a plaque of recognition. 


Tau Beta Pi 



ROW 1: Keith Switzer, John Trzil, Loel Labberton, Warren Kruger, John P. Vandermeulen, Roger K. McMillan, Beatrice Murata, Dora Dee Alexander, 
Dave Curtis, Gary P. Anderson, Michael E. Howell, Robert Anderson, David Clem, Charles Brooks, William Gluth. ROW 2: Rex E. King, Bert A. Belles, 
Gary A. Wagner, William A. Flatt, Larry Sinkey, Bob Shaw, Don Felgenhauer, Haluk Taysi, Bert Pence, Robert Kennedy, Peter Barber, William R. Houchin, 
Dave Billingsley, John Ringo, Dannie L. Collins, Bob Wilson, Bob Hershman. ROW 3: Terence R. Slaton, Dennis E. Hull, Ed Fafara, Frank Densmore, 
Philip Rude, Charles Mohr, Wally Omori, Eilif Fredriksen, Jan G. Digenid, Donald Hicks, Neil Burrell, Tom Kimball, Bo Woon Kim, Robert Potts, Thomas 
W. Black, Robert Kurtz, Gerald Deakin. 


Sigma Tau is a national honorary whose purpose is to 
recognize scholarship and professional attainment in 
the field of engineering. Each semester new members 
are selected on the basis of the above qualities from 
the top third of the junior class. The new members 
are honored at the semi-annual initiation banquets. 


Sigma Tau 


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ROW 1: Stephen Blomgren, Gerald Williamson, Albert Verschaeve, Tracy Eriksen, Michael Howell, Frank Wesselius, David Kludt, Alan PettiboneJ 
ROW 2: Francis Jensen, Dave Billingsley, King Phelps, Dan Hensley, Loren Wills, Bill Johnston, Richard Krause, Albert Powell. ROW 3: Glen Engelking, 
Marion Harvey, Dean Renner, Dennis Kincaid, Gerald Lenssen, Merrill Camp, Gary Hyde, Dwane Saboe, Donald Dodge. 


ASAE 


The student branch of the American Society of Agri 
cultural Engineers seeks to provide students interestec 
in agricultural engineering insight into and associatior 
with the professional side of his chosen career. Pro 
fessional agricultural engineers, invited as speakers 
provide an opportunity for students to determine 
employment opportunities and new developments ir 
the field. 



ROW 1: Donald Bolme, David Ensor, John Marvin, Loel Labberton, Markley LaPointe, Ronald Ellington, Steve Thorpe, Gary Dinsmore, Robert Luedeking. 
ROW 2: Roger Schiess, Dohn Swedberg, Richard Erickson, Robert Topness, Ron Richards, Maury Hedlund, Jeffry Parker, Herbert Strandberg, John 
Birge, Marlin Robinson, David Larson, John Gilbert, Larry Sims. 


AlChE 


The student chapter of the American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers provides opportunities for the pro¬ 
fessional development of students majoring in chemical 
engineering. Speakers and field trips to points of engi¬ 
neering interest, on and off campus, are regular features 
of meetings. An annua regional conference and the 
engineering open house are additional activities. 


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30 W 1: Gary Kirk, Joel Griffith, Robert A. Klein, Paul T. Godsil, David Crowe, James S. Mitchell, Charles Campbell, Dennis Cearlock, Richard C. See, 
?erry Walcott, Therone Faris. ROW 2: Ivan G. Driver, Harald Lekven, David L. Hardan, Doug C. Myhre, Bob Wilson, Lewis Scott, C. Daniel Robison, 
vlyron Hillman, Charles E. Tudor, Dick Kadcn, Duane Johnson, Bertel Olson. ROW 3: Ken Edgar, Larry Beardslee, George Hanno, Don Svinth, Dave 
Dahmen, Eilif Fredriksen, Tom Anderson, Bob McKenney, Del Erickson, Richard Fischer, Robert Leatha, Jack Michael, Kenneth DeBord. 


Student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engi¬ 
neers perform the function of rounding out the college’s 
professional contacts and associations. Among this year s 
activities was a field trip to Ice Harbor Dam near Pasco. 


ASCE 



ROW 1: Lynn Fleming, Ed Dahl, Larry Wehmhoefer, John Brooks, Russell Berg, Bill Olson, Glenn Mayfield, Anthony Tellier, Allan Rustad, Neil Bloom. 
ROW 2: Leonard Fonda, Charles McFarland, Ken Benson, Robert Chamberlin, Art Bisig, John Liebermann, Gary Wagner, Lynn Johnson, Dennis 
Armstrong, Isaiah Ogwuru, Haluk Taysi, Chuck Mohr, Bill Houchin. ROW 3: Terry Slaton, John Kaputa, Jack Douglas, Clyde Akiyama, Dennis Cannon, 
John Gilman, Charles Smith, Del Elliott, Robert Kurtz, Gary Hoffman, John Barber, Doug May. 


The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is open 
to all students in mechanical engineering. The organi¬ 
zation strives to unite the students with the parent 
society. A special emphasis was made to orient the stu¬ 
dents to the future mechanical engineering field. Meet¬ 
ings held throughout the year included local society 
business, movies, guest and student speakers. 


ASME 


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ROW 1: Robert N. Lynch, Harry C. Weller, J. Graham Hubenthal, Spencer Wolfe, Jan G. 
Hirzel, John Woodford, Dorman Anderson, Dick Hull, Max Bolte, Walt Calvert. 


Digerud, Hans T. Grobstok. ROW 2: Dennis Wilde, David 


Scarab 


Scarab is a professional architectural honorary. Temples 
are located at ten of the leading architectural schools in 
the country and members include students, practicing 
professionals, and educators. The goal of the fraternity 
is the furthering of competency and responsibility in 
architecture, so with this in mind the local temple. 
Horus, has sponsored lectures, slide showings, anc 
informal sessions. 



ROW 1: Fuad A. Butt, Robert Kennedy, Terry C. Hargrave, David Hirzel, Dorman Anderson, Robert Shaw, John L. Jackson, Alan Beard, Gary Tisdale, 
Jack Sackville-West. ROW 2: Michael J. Williams, Gerry Inouye, Wally Omori, Bruce Townsend, John Erickson, Graham Hubenthal, Frank Densmore,! 
Peter J. S. Eng, John Crook, Beatrice Murata, Harry C. Weller. ROW 3: Leroy Hansen, Larry Sinkey, Stanley W. Nelson, C. Daniel Swain, Donald L. 
Tedrow, Tom W. Sagerser, Hans T. Grobstok, David M. Scott, Gordon E. Torbert, Raul Fonda, A. D. Poe, Spence Wolfe. 


ASC-AIA 


The Student Chapter of the American Institute of 
Architects is a professional organization and extension 
of the national chapter. The meeting agenda includes a 
speaker or movies and slides to orient members in the 
various opportunities of architecture. A series of tech¬ 
nical workshops were added to the schedule this year. 
Highlighting the year is the annual banquet hosting the: 
parent chapter from Spokane. 


198 










ROW 1: William Gluth, Mike Bitterling, John Vandermeulen, Walter Gould, Robert Hershman, Ralph Womack, Buck Kipe, Galen Mills, Ralph Shannon, 
Gary Kalich, Harold Sanders. ROW 2: Vee Dee Drummond, Ed Motteler, Beckley Chew, James Bull, Rex King, Marko Milakovich, Penny Christy, Robert 
Lothspeich, Dennis Delzer, Joseph Wickland, Dr. A. L. Betts, Robert Corlew, Lloyd Craine. ROW 3: Jon French, William Flatt, Dave Angstrom, Gaymond 
Schultz, Jan Henry Bentzon, George Antypas, Tom Kimball, Kenneth Simpson, Raymond Goolsbey, James Keeth, Don Felgenhauer, Gerald Mitchelmore. 


Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) 
is the newly formed joint AIEE-IRE professional elec¬ 
trical engineering society. It is the largest professional 
engineering society in the world today. The student 
chapter at Washington State University is set up to 
acquaint the electrical engineering students with the 
field of electrical engineering. 


AIEE-IRE 



ROW 1: John Newman, Bob O'Neil, John Green, Dave Coney, Dean Temple, John Trzil, Dennis Evans, Walter Reinhardt. ROW 2: George Bellamy, 
Jerry Straalsund, John Corder, Joe Loe, Ed Epperson, Craig Knight, John Poole, Dick Warner. 


The objective of the student chapter of the American 
Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum 
Engineers is to acquaint the students with their pro¬ 
fessional organization. The organization sponsors guest 
speakers in order to keep the students abreast of the 
(latest innovations in their respective fields of endeavor. 
The annual Engineering Open House and an annual 
joint meeting with the student chapter at the University 
of Idaho are the major activities. 

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AIMME 












ROW 1: Raymond Larson, Chris Marker, Robert Robinson, Stanley Hatch, James E. Green, Irving M. Field, Duane Leigh, Richard Mortimer. ROW 2: 
James Thummel, Keith Panton, Virginia Harned, Georgia Alexander, Jeanne Keatts, Margit Jackson, Raymond Scott, Donald Peters. ROW 3: R. Dean 
Tousley, Alan L. Steiger, Johtn E. Cooper, James Hedges, Miles Wheeler, William Zirkle, George E. Brown, Alvin R. Shannon. 


Beta Gamma Sigma was established in 1913 to recorc 
and encourage scholarship in the area of business 
studies. Election to membership is the highest honoi 
a student can attain. To be eligible for election, a candi¬ 
date must rank in the upper ten per cent of his gradu¬ 
ating class; if he is a junior, in the upper four per cent 
of his class. Masters candidates must rank in the upper 
twenty per cent. 



ROW 1: Bobsy Richey, Marilyn Karlenberg, Bobbi Kissling, Marilyn Shippey, Shan Beck, Bonnie McWilliams, Eileen Schumacher, Virginia Harned. 
Judi Saindon, Margit Jackson. NOT PICTURED: Pat Grimes, Shirley Thomassen, Jeanne Keatts, Joan Kennedy. Nancy Mitchell, Phyllis Dietsch. 


Beta Gamma Sigma 


Phi Chi Theta 


Phi Chi Theta is a national business fraternity foi 
women. It’s purpose is to promote the cause of higher 
business education for all women. The membership is 
chosen from women students in the College of Business 
Administration and Economics who have completec 
three semesters of regular college work and have main¬ 
tained at least a 2.5 grade point average. 


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ROW 1: William Jeanneret, Robert Harris, William Van Doren, Yvonne Simerly, Shirley Thomassen, William Stern, William Doolittle, Jon Davidson. 
ROW 2: James E. Green, William Boore, James Nielsen, Bill Bialkowsky, T. A. Tatterson, Wallace Stampfly, Donald Nagley. ROW 3: Richard Dolan, 
Melvin Buhr, Henry Schmidt, Gary Fors, Robert Wikoff, Stanley Hatch, Allen Brothers. 


SAM brings together executives in business and students 
preparing for careers in business. SAM strives for the 
effective exchange and distribution of information in 
the problems, policies, and methods of management and 
industry. SAM’s activities include meetings, discussions 
with speakers from business and industry, plant tours, 
and an annual banquet. 


Society for 
the Advancement 
of Management 










ROW 1: Robert Kuhl, Bruce McDonald, Richard Fowler, George Bettas, Dennis Esser, Virgil Edstrom, Bruce Harris, Delbert Depner, Paul Johnson. 
ROW 2: Bob Snyder, Steve Kalasz, Bryce Cook, Daryl Click, Gary Alexander, Jim McGillis, Tom Herndon, Ron O’Neal, Charlie Goodsell, Don Larson, 
Ron Boyd, George Coleman. 


The Industrial Arts Club is open to all persons in¬ 
terested in the Industrial Arts. The club’s function is 
to promote a spirit of mutual good will, cooperation 
and leadership. Some of the activities include social 
events, field trips, guest speakers, Activities Round-Up 
display, presentation of club scholastic, creative and 
outstanding senior awards. 


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ROW 1: Bill Coffee, Chuck Daniels, Randi Kalgaard, Linda Brady, Gerald Weller, Larry Culver, Gene Erickson, Bruce Mumford, Robert Keith, Dave Hunt, 
Jean Metzgar, Anne Pearson, Ed Greene, Fred Halladay. ROW 2: Bob Valentine, Dan Mellick, Robert Boy, Roy Newell, William Kyle Webster, Kenneth 
L. McKee, Michael C. Broderick, Wallace Adams, Don Keeling, Denny Carswell, Tore Dybfest, Gerald Garnet, Lynn Meredith, Roger Hamilton, George 
Knickrehm, Fred Shaw, Loren Estes, Don Berger, Bill Bull, Fritz Meeske. ROW 3: Stephen Thiel, Joseph T. Bradley, Arthur Neely, Charles Telford, 
Harrison Spiegelberg, John Hutton, Dick Carman, Dee Field, Gretchen Collins, Rob Cornish, Bill Mundy, Dick Thorgrimson, Allen Jones, Jon Sjolander, 
Curt Long, Larry Brown, Mike Seversen, John Cox. 


Sigma lota 



Ada Taylor, Saleswoman of the Year, and bunnies. 


The goals and purposes of Sigma Iota are to promote a 
fraternal feeling and cordial relationship among the stu¬ 
dents and alumni of Hotel Administration at WSU. Ac¬ 
tivities include educational meetings with guest speakers, 
awarding of several scholarships to hotel students, ex¬ 
tensive field trips throughout the United States, and 
honoring the Hotel Salesman of the Year at the all 
campus dance. The Bell Hop. 



Happy couple entering the Bell Hep. 



The cocktail hour ? 


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ROW 1: Dick MeCraw, Duke Cameron, Duane Borovec, Walker Roberts, Don White. ROW 2: Jim Tilton, Maynard Hicks, Mike Wilson, Sam Eskenazi, 
Art Eekman, Mike Sexson, Greg Click, Chuck Ashmnn. 


Sigma Delta Chi is a professional journalism society. 
Each year Sigma Delta Chi puts out its Activities 
Calendar listing all the events scheduled for the YVSU 
campus. Sigma Delta Chi sponsored a coffee hour for 
U. S. Senator Paul Douglas and hosted a dinner for 
Russell E. Hurst, National Executive Officer, when they 
were on the WSU campus. 


Sigma Delta Chi 



Anna Erickson, Sherrill Carlson, Kay Wight, Steve Lamoreux, Mary Walsh, Francis Tannian, Kathy Arneson. 


Theta Sigma Phi is a professional fraternity for women 
in journalism and related fields of communications. One 
of Alpha Zeta Chapter’s main activities is a spring talent 
show, Theta Sig Extras. A Matrix Table Banquet is held 
in the spring to honor those women who have dis¬ 
tinguished themselves in the communications fields. A 
woman of achivement from Pullman is also named. 


Theta Sigma Phi 


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INITIATES: Yong Bang, Ray Bills, Dannie Collins, Joseph Colonel 
George Corser, Martin Favero, Dell Foutz, Jerry Franklin, Glendo 
Gee, Richard Green, Helmi Habib, Jerry Hoffer, Henry Homani 
Ralph Horton, Richard Johnson, Warren Kruger, Sudhir Kuma 
James Liedtke, David McIntyre, Robert Osborne, Kenneth Russel 
Carla Schalock, Misbah-Ud-Din Shami, Jose Shdo, Sherry Simchucl 
Gerald Sullivan, Charles Sulzbach, Judith Templeton, Fran 
Villaescusa, Jack Williams. 


Guest Lecturer: Dr. Goldthwait. 

Sigma Xi 


A science honorary, Sigma Xi’s purpose is to encourage 
original investigations in the physical sciences, the life 
and agricultural sciences, the medical sciences, the earth 
sciences, mathematics, and engineering. The motto for 
Sigma Xi is “companions in zealous research”. Among 
the activities of the WSU chapter is the sponsoring of 
lectures by individuals of outstanding research accom¬ 
plishments. 




ROW 1: Jim Waldbillig, Jay Kent, Helmi Habib, Bill Emel, Darryl Des Marteau, Bob Homann, Don Marshall, Bob Swanson, Ray Sylvester. ROW 2: 
Bill Seese, Craig Smith, Don Eisenbarth, Jose Shdo, Jim Milne, Leroy Williams, Tom Oakes, Ken Peacock, Dr. Gardner Stacy. 


Alpha Chi Sigma is a chemical professional fraternity 
composed of both collegiate and professional chapters. 
The fraternity works to advance chemistry as a science 
and a profession and to aid its members academically. 
WSU’s chapter conducts luncheons for visiting chemists, 
and a guest speaker program at its meetings. Picnics 
and a rush party are two of the group’s activities. 


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lOW 1: Mary Ellen Stone, Mike Spencer, Tony Appel, Don Masson, H. L. Eastlick, Jim Roberts, Ron Ullman, Jim McDonald, Craig Jackson, Charles 
.ambson, Elinor Tousley. 


Pi Tau Iota is a local honorary recognizing premedical 
and predental students for their high scholastic per¬ 
formance. New members are tapped in both the spring 
and fall semesters. Monthly meetings present movies 
and speakers describing topics of interest to the 
students. 


Pi Tau lota 



ROW 1: Nonie Barnhart, Marilyn Vinup, Rita Miller, Joanne Weick, Sharon O’Kelly, Sandra Sawyers, Terry Whiting, Sue Martin, Sandy Slichter, Louise 
Windhusen, Janice Cornwell, Lynn Wickersham. ROW 2: Marian Svinth, Jeanne Kunz, Pam Mabel, Madelin Park, Karen Jensen, Linda Barmuta, 
Aileen Erickson, Sherla Waggoner, Linda Powell, Brenda Child, Nancy Irene Todd, Paula Sherer, Judy Jensen, Christy Dibblee. ROW 3: Linda Haw¬ 
thorne, Penny Cameron, Pat Torney, Mary Ousley, Becky Wilkie, Marie Brackett, Terrill Clark, Susan Smart, Jean Colyar, Lanettc Adams, Joanne Von 
Salzen, Linda Wahl, Carole Fallstrom, Janet Hyde. 

Sigma Tau Alpha, the Rainbow honorary, is organized 
to promote good fellowship among its members and to 
keep up interest in the Order of Rainbow for girls en¬ 
rolled at Washington State University. Annual activities 
include the Christmas candy cane sale and a spring tea. 


Sigma Tau Alpha 


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ROW 1: Ray Tennyson, Izola Morgan, Sheila Cosminsky, Mona Lissa, Mrs. Joel Montague, Margee Jacobse i, Marjorie McConaughy, Janet Pickering, 
Nancy Ramsey, Marietta Hays, Harold Mackey. ROW 2: James McMillan, Eugene Erickson, Alan Jensen, Gerald Syvmd, Stephen Poe, George Bowmen, 
Peter Garabedian, James Short, Lloyd Keith, Milton Maxwell, John Rolcik, William Wilson. ROW 3: Bhopinder Bolaria, Joel Montague, Parvez Wakil, 
Gordon Morgan, Willis Sibley, Walter Slocum, Stanley Guinn, William Benson, Donn Gibbs, John Lillywhite, Vernon Davies, Clarence Schrag. 


Alpha Kappa Delta 


Alpha Kappa Delta is a non-secret, democratic, national 
sociology honor society whose ideal is “To investigate 
mankind for the purpose of service.” Its primary goals 
are to promote an interest in sociology, research in social 
problems, and activities leading to human welfare. 
Membership is limited to persons with outstanding 
scholastic records and a serious interest in sociology. 



ROW 1: Jane Alward, Tex Vathing, Maurice M. LaBellc, R. G. Kappler, William Mecli, David Moe, Richard Holben, Chris Laib, Ronald Floyd, Robert 
Krux, F. J. French, Jesse Levitt. ROW 2: B. R. Weaver, Charles Kenlan, Richard Fleming, Jan Magnuson, Nancy Hood, Laurel Nielsen, Susan Wohld, Sara 
Harpster, Linda Ayers, Carl Townsend, Barbara Brown, Judy A. Walton, Martha Ann Lancashire, Ottley Ann Shaw, A. W. Thompson, Arden Sills. ROW 3: 
John MacEachern, Amparo Maytin, Barbara Johnson, Mary Lynne Dedrick, Barbara Englehardt, Jeanne Merritt, Marilyn Stegmeier, Edna Thompson, 
Elizabeth Lord, Edith Miles, Edward Thai, Evelyn Cartony. 


Sigma Kappa Phi 


Sigma Kappa Phi, a national honor fraternity for foreign 
language students, was organized in 1921 for the pur¬ 
pose of promoting scholarship, knowledge, and fel¬ 
lowship. Each year members participate in business 
meetings, initiation ceremonies, and other social events, 
such as the May Breakfast. Guest speakers on campus 
are sponsored as well as coffee hours for them. 


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ROW 1: Ray Olson, David VanTrees, Paul McCurley, Gordon Rutherford, Everett Webb, Jim Milne, Albert Waterman. ROW 2: John Sandberg, William 
Halpin, John Terry, Arnold Tjomsland, J. Winston Martin, Jack Hoover, Joel Magisos, Bill Venema. ROW 3: Lawrence Wilson, Ernie Cementiana, Bob 
Jones, Gordon Lindeen, Lloyd Olson, Ed Baxter, Zeno Katterle, Louis McNew, William Gneadinger. 




Phi Delta Kappa is an international fraternity for men 
planning a career in educational service. Members are 
chosen on the basis of achievement or promise of ex¬ 
cellent contributions to the ideals of the fraternity: 
research, service, leadership. During the summer session 
the group meets weekly offering the graduate students 
a chance to present reports and to discuss research 
problems. 


Phi Delta Kappa 



ROW 1: E. F. Soule, Dave Cross, Jim Skordal, Norm Smith, Mel Hansen, Dave Earling, Jim Templeton, Ian Edlund, Gary Ferguson, Art Hawn, Dewain 
Richter, Lee Kloeppel, Darryl Beers. ROW 2: Steve Rodgers, Loma Walker, Sandy Walberg, Carol Pearson, Chuck Telford, Dennis Guillaume, Mike 
Wiggins, Clark White, Ginny Robillard, Sharon Coon, Mark Henry, Janet Fraley, Dave Haining, Jan Kepley, Norma Gettman. ROW 3: Amanda Just, 
Kathy Bruce, Marilyn Dezell, Nancy Heinle, Nora Tierney, Betty Jean Garrett, Barbara Wikoff, Ursula Potter, Ann Stinchfield, Sharon Blomquist, Ann 
Maher, Ora Lee Ault, Gerry Keller. 


The main activity of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, men’s 
music fraternity, is the Musician’s Ball, an all campus 
semi-formal dance. Mu Phi Epsilon, national women’s 
sorority, awards two scholarships to music majors each 
year. The purpose of both groups is the advancement 
of music in America and promotion of scholarship. 


Mu Phi-Phi Mu 


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ROW 1: Dick DeGraaf, Julia Puterbaugh, Janet Long, Pat McIntyre, Joan Downing, Celia Larson, Charles Veach, Loyce Wheeler, Kathy Coghlan, Karen 
Hardin, Jackie Anderson, Janet Markham Foster, Joanne Sorenson, G. Nancy Young, Si Johnson. ROW 2: Haakon Bang, Donald Humphrey, Stanley Bye, 
Gary Costner, Bill Labberton, Ken Jasman, Dave Repp, John Moffit, Dale Robinson, Larry Schiffner, Bill Bates, Nick Proctor, Mike Scheurich, Frank 
Nichols. ROW 3: Mike Dickson, John P. Swenson, Gerald Danquist, John Oftebro, Ron Johnson, Dave Tufts, Murlin Luedecker, Larry Porter, Bob 
Thompson, Sam Deliganis, Larry Dixon, Dick Nelson, Victor Verling, Larry Law. 


American 

Pharmaceutical 

Association 


The American Pharmaceutical Association’s main pur¬ 
pose is to encourage the advancement of pharmacy as 
a science and a profession. Membership is open to any 
WSU student in good standing in the College of Phar¬ 
macy. The group sponsors the annual Pharmacy Mix. 
the annual Senior Honors Banquet, and the Vet-Pharmid 
basketball game. 



ROW 1: Elizabeth I. Baird, Ronald L. Johnson, David J. Gusseck, Anil Parulkar, Dr. T. D. Sokoloski. ROW 2: Dr. G. B. Fink, Dr. M. R. Gibson, Dr. A. 
I. White, Dr. V. N. Bhatia, Dr. J. K. Guillory, Dr. H. Bang. 


Rho Chi 


RHO CHI is the National Honor Pharmaceutical So¬ 
ciety whose membership is restricted to pharmacy 
majors showing outstanding academic achievement. The 
purpose of the society is to stimulate interest in post¬ 
graduate studies in pharmacy. To achieve this, the 
Epsilon Chapter conducts honor seminars discussing 
subjects of current interest in pharmacy and invites 
lecturers to the campus. 


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ROW 1: Janet Foster, Liz Baird, Diana Zink, Gwen Baldwin, Roberta Dods, Julia Puterbaugh, Joan Rohrback, Kaye Snyder, Nancy James. 



Lambda Kappa Sigma is the professional pharmacy 
honorary for women in pharmacy. It is now an inter¬ 
national organization with a chapter in Canada. A 
dinner dance with Kappa Psi in the spring, a scholar- 
award to a junior woman, and a sale of lab jackets are 
the main activities. The honorary seeks to stimulate an 
active interest in the pharmaceutical profession. 


Lambda Kappa 

Sigma 



ROW 1: Dave Tufts, Ken Jasman, Dave Repp, John Moffit, Gary Costner, Larry Sehiffner, Dale Robinson, Bill Labberton, Bill Bates. ROW 2: T. 
Sokoloski, G. Fink, M. Gibson, Sam Deliganis, Ron Becker, Dave Kietfer, Gerald Danquist, Si Johnson, Nick Proctor. ROW 3: Mike Dickson, Jim Els, John 
Oftebro, Murlin Luedecker, Ron Johnson, Charles Veach, Larry Dixon, Victor Verling, Dick DeGraff, C. F. Martin. 


Each year several awards are presented to deserving 
pharmacy students by Kappa Psi, national professional 
pharmacy fraternity. The group acts as a service organi¬ 
zation for the College of Pharmacy. It’s activities in¬ 
clude the controversial Vet-Pharmic basketball game, 
dances, mixers, and other small group functions. 


Kappa Psi 


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ROW 1: Dale B. Kinghorn, John Allred, Lloyd A. Erickson, Cal Humphreys, Thomas L. Brown, Everette Baker, Gary Seawright, Jerry Dagle, J. Irvine 
Bingham. ROW 2: Verle Smith, Bob Kane, James Martinell, Charlie Martin, Dave Renquist, Charles Strange, Dave Hanson, Mike Leinweber, C. R. Leach J 
L. E. Mullarkey, Fletcher Hahn. ROW 3: Manuel Karagianes, Edward G. Prince, Ronald L. Laub, Lige Christian, Leroy Jacques, Lloyd A. Dillingham, 
Don Henricksen, Dale Schott, Bernard Thurlow, Leo Reyes. 


Alpha Psi 


Alpha Psi is a national scholastic veterinary honorary. 
Selection for membership is based entirely on the scho¬ 
lastic achievements of the individual after admission tc 
the professional curriculum of veterinary medicine. The* 
annual spring breakfast and the annual banquet and 
dance honoring new members are the main activities. 



JUNIORS— ROW 1: Charles Strange, Harold Encbo, Lloyd Erickson, Cal Humphreys, David A. Mitchell, Lee F. Williams, Mickey Stritzke, Lee B. 
Anderson, Duke Demick. ROW 2: Robert Bradley, Leland Sheets, Douglas Evans, Fletcher Hahn, Richard Hobbs, Frank Houle, Vern Coiner, Edward 
F. Harris, Lloyd A. Dillingham, Richard Jay White. ROW 3: Bernard Thurlow, Don Dixon, Warren McCormick, Don Henricksen, John Smith, Don Brust, 
Pete Clary, Dale Schott, Doug Jackson, Leo Reyes. 


AVMA-Juniors 


Through the efforts of the Student AVMA, well qualified 
speakers have been able to participate in the monthly 
meetings. The Association sends delegates to the annual 
AVMA convention, provides educational displays at the! 
Washington State Fair, and assists in the Veterinary 
Short Course held each spring on the WSU campus. 


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SOPHOMORES — ROW 1: Leonard Eldridge, Dan Yturraspe, Larry Williams, Dave Renquist, John Mitten, Mike Harrington, Jerry Cox, William Burris, 
>Jan Bartels, Charlie Martin. ROW 2: Guy Tucker, Michael Lust, Michael Leinweber, Leroy Jacques, James Martinell, Alan Smith, Lige Christian, Dietrich 
Jung, Robert Kane, C. R. Leach. ROW 3: Elden R. Doser, Donald O. Olson, Solon Withers, Loren Koller, Allan Furr, Thomas B. Carey, Bob Vander Pol, 
Ronald C. Olsen, Warren H. Ahnell, Henry Fanelli, Phillip Ogburn. 


Student Chapter AVMA meetings are held twice 
monthly, and all veterinary students are eligible for 
membership. The Association sponsors the Veterinary 
Open House. Other functions include participation in 
social and athletic events, operation of the JAVMA 
Instrument Company, Veterinary Choir, and the annual 
Freshman Banquet. 


AVMA-Sophomores 



FRESHMAN — ROW 1: Flint Taylor, Chet Goetzingcr, Lewis Campbell, Daniel Klemp, Joel Jem, A. Robert Jack, Bill Briskcy, Pete Davis, Peter A. 
Herranen, Dean P. Call, Ron Sande, Brad Malone, Terry Cosgrove, Jim Reilly. ROW 2: Charles McLaughlin, Dale Vollmer, Ed Johnson, Art Meeker, 
Jerry Popisil, Gary Schmid, Caroline Engle, Pat Frailey, Jan Austin, Clara Skansie, Sue Lubrecht, Roger Renne, Lynn Reno, Wayne Pruitt, Dallas Horton, 
Gary Cranney. ROW 3: James Hobkirk, D. W. Anderson, Paul Sheldon, James Bryant, Glen Paulson, Dallas Thompson, Tom Thayer, Charles Root, Leslie 
Perry, Charles Watson, Gene Nesbitt, Milton Beck, James M. Smith, Jeffrey Duenwald, Ben Braat, Larry Wiseman. 


The purpose of the Student Chapter AVMA is to pro¬ 
vide the veterinary students of WSU with a means by 
which they may function as a group. In so doing they 
contribute effectively to campus activities and take part 
in the activities of the parent organization, The Ameri¬ 
can Veterinary Medical Association and its affiliates. 


AVMA-Freshmen 


211 












ROW 1: Paul Winklesky, Dennis Smith, Gay Coleman, Steve Simmons, Lee Hooper, Dick Snyder, Max Jensen, John Valiant, Rob Yard, Mark Stjerne. 
ROW 2: George Gleason, Terry Busch, Bill Pascual, Bob Cromer, Ron Crawford, Jim Paton, Paul Taylor, Gordon Evans, George Anderson, Dr. Victor P. 
Dauer, Dave McAboy, Gail Pintler, Bob Maguire, Fred West. 


Cougar Physical 

Education 

Association 


The goals and purposes of the organization are to pro¬ 
mote and maintain maximum interest in professional 
attitudes for all students in health, physical education 
and recreation, and to stimulate and guide pre-majors. 
Major activities of the group are High School Athletic In¬ 
jury Clinic, Annual Majors’ Dinner, and the Sports Clinic. 



ROW 1: Judy Blaesi, Ellyn Rittenhouse, Marge Luther, Judy Friberg, Barbara Blatter, Dr. Mildred Wohlford, Sandy Gallemore, Magee King, Linda 
Erickson, Ann Jarvis, Judy Baumgartner. ROW 2: Sharon Offerdal, Joan Crawford, Lea Johnson, Annetta Kikendall, Janie Hammons, JoAnne Steblaj, 
Linda Lloyd, Sally Swenson, Judy Rose, Sharon Williams, Judy Torvie, Kathy Conner, Judy Gibbs. ROW 3: Christine Tangvald, Diane Johnston, Reggie 
Baze, Mary Jo Leathers, Christine Drinkard, Sandra Seney, Leola Anne Russ, Phil Struck, Georgina Camp, Bonnie Seipp, Gene Canque, Joan Suenaga. 


PEM Club 


The major goal of PEM Club is to promote a more profes¬ 
sional attitude among majors and minors in the Women’s 
Department of the College of Physical Education, in¬ 
cluding pre-physical therapy and recreation. Monthly 
meetings are devoted to professional topics with Cross¬ 
roads Day, PEM Club Outing, and Kidnap Breakfast as 
the main social events to develop a closer-knit feeling 
among the students. 


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Social Coordinating Council 

Social Coordinating Council is a committee to promote a 
setter social program on the WSU campus. The council 
also helps coordinate and maintain a well balanced social 
program and encourage high social standards among the 
iving groups. The social chairman of each living group is 
member of the council. 




Executive Board: Marion Schmidt, Billee Jean Melena, Sharon Lee, Dick President: Sharon Lee 

Churchill, Judy Wannamaker. 



ROW 1: Bob Estling, John Rollins, Dale Roper, Mary Alice Alderman, Jean Love, Jo Anne Johnson, J. Winston Martin, Sue Carkoski, Jean Lynn, Bill 
Janes, Rick Eriksson, Brad Malone, Michael Mahn. ROW 2: Judy Hopkins, Judy Carr, Don Rogers, Per Hilmo, Steve Corvi, Bruce Nurse, Richard 
Scanlan, Jerry McFarlane, Tim Douglas, Stephan Brown, Stan Evans, Roger George, Dave Warren, Steve Pohlman, Chuck York, Diane Giaudrone, Bobbi 
Dunning. ROW 3: Judy Pratt, Poppi Anderson, Vivienne Marlatt, Sue Fryer, Bob Wright, Shannon McClurg, Steve Klingler, Karen Snook, Pris Pedersen, 
Carol Lind, Betty Baker, Kitty Medin, Lyndal Kennedy, Betse Burton, Judy Wannamaker, Betty Nordlund, Euritha Headrick. 

213 





























ROW 1: Ibrahim Mohammad Hussain, Zaki A. Afifi, Hala Mukhar, Jack Ibrahim, George Farah. ROW 2: Mohamed F. Abdo, Riad H. Kayyali, M. Bakri. 
Elias Sam O, Jamal Anabtawi, Adli Qudsi, Nasser Y. Mansour. 


Arab Students 


The Arab student club was established in 1960 for the 
purpose of furthering mutual understanding betweer 
American and Arab students. Activities include pro¬ 
grams with lectures introducing Arabic culture anc 
tradition and the annual banquet which serves Arabic 
dishes. This year the club held an Arabian Night in the 
Cosmopolitan Club in Spokane. 





ROW 1: A. D. Bhatti. Mrs. Dorothy J. Campbell, Farida H. Shah, M. D. Shami. ROW 2: Khalid Pervez, Shaukat A. Chaudhary, Firoz-uddin, Chazi 
Ghazanfar, M. Salim Zia, Chaudhri M. Yunus, Syed K. Shall. 


Pakistan Students 
Association 


The primary objective of the Pakistan Students Associ¬ 
ation, Pullman Chapter, is to introduce Pakistan to 
American people. The Association also assists Pakistani 
students in adjusting to the American way of life. Mem¬ 
bers are invited speakers to various on and off campus 
groups. The Association received the “Best Chapter” 
award for the second consecutive year at the Annual 
Convention of the PSAA. 


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ROW 1: Adedapo Adenekan, Crispin Kamau, Mrs. Dorothy Campbell, Francis Blay, Dr. Charles Campbell, Anthony Oyeshiku. ROW 2: Olusegun 
Jawando, Robert Kwetenda, Felicia Cornwell, Olusegun Adedeji, Isaiah Ogwuru, Samuel Mompongo, Barbara Knaack, Duane Swank, Majorie Harris, 
Harrison Akpan. 


The African Students Union at WSU seeks to promote 
good relations between Americans and its members. 
Through speaking engagements, and whenever possible, 
public displays, its members introduce the African cul¬ 
ture to Americans. The Union works in close cooperation 
with other African Student groups on campuses around 
the Pacific Northwest. Membership is open to all resi¬ 
dents of the WSU community. 


African Student 

Union 



ROW 1: M. Khan, E. Hiebert, G. Dudley, T. Kennedy, J. Tiscomia, H. Tiscornia, M. Shami, Z. Afifi, S. Dhindsa, C. Mavrides, Dr. R. L. Hausenbuiller, 
Advisor, M. Nazareth, C. Cochran, S. Kalyanpur, S. Arya, G. Seshu, D. Adenekan, P. Rao, F. Uddin, J. Froosh. ROW 2: M. Bakri, G. Austin, H. Saxena, 
N. McRae, J. Hiebert, T. Dudley, S. Arora, K. Arora, P. Polinsky, M. Horn, R. Kayyali, S. Campbell, N. Buckman, T. Auburg, C. Auburg, R. Agustin, D. 
Bhatia, N. Patni, I. Bogyo, V. Estergreen, R. Rao, H. Rao, V. Schrock, A. Parulkar, K. Purohit, T. Levan, M. Kalyanpur, A. Shankar. ROW 3: L. McRae, 
M. Walter, Mrs. G. Austin, S. Saxena, S. Tripathy, Y. Sadana, S. Gosminsky, T. Bali, S. Purohit, T. Sadana, K. Fosberg, A. de Jong, H. Levinsky, H. Akpan, 
S. Kumar, G. Ramaiah, M. Harris, L. Matthews, C. Peterson, J. Upadhyay, M. Kao, J. Kumar, Mrs. H. Wood, B. Roberts, M. Worth, M. Zia, H. Wood. 


Cosmopolitan Club at WSU continues to play its im¬ 
portant role in promoting good will and understanding 
among International and American students. Cosmo 
meetings are held every Friday night in the CUB. Pro¬ 
grams include panel discussions, debates, and variety 
shows. Cosmo Club is also responsible for staging an 
International Review during the Mother s Day Weekend. 


Cosmo Club 


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ROW 1: Joe Repp, Michael Horten, A. Stephen Young, Carole Looysen, Robert Mueller, John Cooper, Marshall Cates, Jeanne Kunzl, Mary Ann Ker¬ 
shaw, Russ Berg, Rod King, Sigvard Haglund. ROW 2: Violet Schrock, Sandy Oellien, Gayle Larson, Carolyn Leach, Bill Rail, Kate Schedler, Cyndy 
Commack, Marcie Bevaart, Jerry Quam, Tom Webb, Bob Larson, Jim McDonnell, Dede Martin, Barbara Rowe. ROW 3: Bob Northcott, Sugar Duey, 
Barbara Underhill, Marsha Barlow, Carol Nelson, Janet Venema, Lois Scott, Alice Miles, Judy Smoots, Wayne Bliesner, Don Riach, Butch Swenson, 
(Dlaire Junor, Edi Miles. 


Outing Club 


The Outing Club offers a program of outdoor activities 
including skiing, mountain climbing, hiking, skating, 
and camping. The highlight of the year is the annual four 
day skiing trip to Red Mountain at Rossland, B.C. The 
club also sponsored a ski team in the Intercollegiate Win¬ 
ter Carnival at Bend, Oregon this year for the first time. 



ROW 1: Mike Schmidt, Don Pickard, Dave Davis, Alan Andrist, Steve Syverson, Loren Wills, Jerry McFarlane, Jean Lynn, Ellen Schaefer, Marilyn 
Schliewe, Donna Valley, Dick Weide. ROW 2: Bob Lee, Mick Jensen, Gary Gronewald, Richard Betz, Bliss Moore, Sharon Goldring, Michael Morse, Orlin 
Rajala, Gene Feenan, John Martin, Susanne Martin, Judy Lewis, Bob Chamberlin. ROW 3: Linda Boge, Jonnie Kae Streit, Steve Brown, David Schindele, 
Mike Atkeson, Andi Miskoski, Jim Harris, Bob Mowbray, Carolyn Abendroth, Ronda Reese, Chris Dillon, Lori Palmer, Tom Luhman, Ray Wainscott. 

Outing Club 


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ROW 1: Dennis Ah Man, Clyde Akiyama, Denny Scheminski, Ronald Chung, Larry Hammer, Larry Muramoto. ROW 2: Mike Tang, Russell Ogawa, 
Vance Vallandigham, Mike Broderick, Mr. Eugene Greenfield, Mrs. Eugene Greenfield, Dr. J. Walter Hendrix, Judy Kreshel, Dick Snodgrass, Arnold 
thing. ROW 3: Gerald Inouye, Gerald lchiki, Moki Manarpaae, Jerri Mishizawa, Nancy James, Judy Maehiguchi, Doris Oda, Walt Danaghoe, Harrison 
Spiegelberg, Withlow Ace, Keith Panton, Marilee Akerly, Bernie Tenn, Jan Ruchty, Karen Inaba, Joyce Hart, Linda Storms. ROW 4: Gene Canque, 
Mary Ann Jaburek, Joan Suenaga, Larry Lau, Ralph Croston, Peter J. S. Eng, Alex Ojerio, Pat Hiranaga, Shari Coif, Arden Barden, Jeanette Okinaka, 
Shirley Kodani, Judy Gorden, Marion Morimoto, Joe Sataki. 


The Hui Hauoli O’Hawaii, or the welcoming hands of 
Hawaii, was organized ten years ago. The Luau in De¬ 
cember and the corsage sale on Mother’s Weekend are 
the main activities of the group. Proceeds from the cor¬ 
sage sale go toward one $250.00 freshman scholarship 
and two $150.00 assistantships. Membership is open to 
all interested students. 


Hawaiian Club 



Good food and large appetites were at the Luau. 


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ROW 1: Lorna Walker, Dave Curtis, Bob McDonald, Gene Nelson, Paul Jensen, Dick Borman, Sibyl Jenks. ROW 2: Gwen Priest, Karen Anderson, 
Lenore Spooner, Chris Hardinger, Janet Ross, Doug Saunders, Mrs. Ellen Roberts, Warren Anderson, Janet Ott. 


Christian Science 
Student Organization 


The Christian Science Organization s sole aim is for the 
continued spiritual development of the individual dur¬ 
ing college years. Among the organization’s activities 
are weekly meetings with readings from the Bible and 
the Christian Science textbook, and annually an author¬ 
ized lecture on Christian Science. WSU students and 
staff are welcome to attend all activities. 



ROW 1: Tammy Auburg, Barbara Nelson, Gayle Tiedeman, Sandy Walberg, Karen Kvernik, Janice Weber, Rita Rcinbold, Judy Perrine, Barbara Rhyneer, 
Kay Nylin, Mrs. Ufer, Paster Ufer. ROW 2: Vicki Jacobson, Ingrid Muller, Helen Keiscr, Norma Haring, Carol Rogel, Meg McLachlan, Ruth Landstrom, 
Sandy Campbell, Mailynn Murphy, Eleanor Mork, Sharon Hickey, Jeanne Cooper, Gail Caughey. ROW 3: Charles Weagel, Pastor Philip Engstrom, Betty 
Gould, Louis Larsen, Gary Kalieh, Hal Johnson, Walter Gould, Ken Holmes, David Lindeblom. ROW A: Judy Ness, Charles Auburg, Dave Tramm, 
Spencer Kulp, Stanley Nelson, Ken McDonald, Shelby McMillan, Cheryl Howard, Howard Olsen, Edwin Smick. 


Lutheran Student 
Association 


The Lutheran Student Association seeks to afford a 
means whereby its members may deepen and express 
their Christian faith. Through worship, study, service, 
and fellowship including retreats and workshops, the 
Lutheran Student Association provides the opportunity 
for students to develop their spiritual life. 


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ROW 1: Howard Bartlett, Paula Reister, Don Marshall, Alec Blair. ROW 2: Donald White, Mary Marken, Pat Landreth, Dave Curry, Wendell Haworth, 
Dick Bagnall, Rev. J. Edgar Pearson, Rebecca Tidrick. 


The goals of the United Campus Christian Fellowship 
are to help students at WSU relate their Christian ex¬ 
perience to the campus situations. This is done primarily 
through freshman discussion groups and the Sunday 
evening programs. Personal interviews with the Uni¬ 
versity Pastor also contribute significantly to this goal. 


United Campus 
Christian Fellowship 



ROW 1: Wayne Capps, Jim Waibel, Robert Kwetwenda, Judy Smith, Mary Ann Jacquot, Sara Harpstcr, Brad Johnson, Dick Lyon, John M. Chambers. 
ROW 2: Robert V. Snyder, Maurice Pengh, Barry Briscoe, Samuel Mompongo, Dan Iddins, Alan Pierce, Paul Alley, Richard Smith, Ethan Crawford. 
ROW 3: Bonnie Ruddick, Marianne Olson, Gloria Jean Brenchley, Marnell Clement, Karen Senne, Lucille Moehring, Rev. Harry D. Brown, Rev. 
William Goding. 


Students in the Roger Williams Fellowship are en¬ 
deavoring to relate their Christian faith to the academic 
campus. It is a regional and national organization with 
the regional president this year being from the WSU 
group. The main activities of the fellowship include a 
new student party and a spring banquet. 


Roger Williams 
Fellowship 


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Spurs 

Spurs is a sophomore women’s service honorary. 50 women 
are tapped at the end of their freshman year on the basis 
of leadership, activities, scholarship, and character. Ac-1 
tivities include Registration Ball, Spur-O-Grams, cleaning 
Camp Easter Seal in the spring, Mother’s weekend Songfest 
and ushering at campus functions. 



President: Judy Lilleby. 


OFFICERS: Jan Magnuson, Mary Ann Jabcrek, Lois Wicklund, Carolyn Lcmkc, 
Ann Kleiva, Sally Anderson, Judy Lilleby. 



ROW 1: Barbara Blatter, Julie Tvvohy, Dee Campbell, Donna Howard, Joanne Hostikka, Pat McMillen, Judy Lilleby, Mrs. Trude Smith, Billye Conley, 
Mary Ellsperman, Joan Crandall, Julie Jones, Lois Wicklund. ROW 2: Joyce Reichl, Sharon Hickey, Joan Bradford, Kitty Medin, Ann Kleiva, Helen 
Cummings, Maggie Maginnis, Judy Johnson, Jan Magnuson, Jan Moodie, Carri Sande, Carolyn Lemke, Sally Anderson, Terry Thompson, Jennifer West, \ 
Jonnie Kay Streit, Jane Wilmot, Pam Johnson, Tovi Bohlke. ROW 3: Mary Ann Jaburek, Janie Hammons, Elsa Troeh, Kate Schedler, Karen Senne, Kay 
Carothers, Gloria Davis, Fran Bayley, Penny Johnson, Joan Hanson, Sally Lester, Ann Bluhm, Marie Brackett, Heidi Getzendaner, Sally Chase, Louise 
Griswold, Sherrie Masto, Pam Leonard, Connie Epton, Brooke Colwell, Linda Harned. 

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IK'S 

Cougar Guard of Intercollegiate Knights has become the 
focal point of the National organization due to its size and 
activeness. It promotes a program of leadership training 
and campus service projects. Cougar Guard is further dis¬ 
tinguished by having the National Royal King and Region 
I Viceroy as members. Members are selected in their 
freshman year and serve when sophomores. 



OFFICERS — ROW 1: George Bettas, Mike Hoetor, Dave Curtis. ROW 2: Dick President, Bruce Freeburn. 

Churchill, Bob James, Ray Mayfield, Bruce Freeburn. Royal King, Art Eckman (National I.K. President.) 




ROW 1: David Clyde, Dick Clements, Tim Douglas, Chick Featherstone, Dan Radecki, Bill Slaughter, Jack Wands, George Fisher, Steve Porter, Tom 
Webb, Dale Roper, Rodger Pettichord, Dave Warren, John Elders, Tom Hopper, Gary Stack, Garth Johnson, John Zimmerman. ROW 2: Gary Polk, Ray 
Denny, Wm. E. Cole, Roger George, Dennis McMacken, John Gilbert, John Giboney, Hugh Kaiser, Kenneth Krueger, Larry Klock, Steve Corvi, Ken Erickson, 
Bill Chambers, Gerald Stewart, Dave Backs, Bob Larson, Gary Geschke, John Spencer, Jim Roberts, Ronald Riedasch, Jerry Jackson. ROW 3: John 
Kratochvil, Curt Price, Pat McMurtray, John Daley, Tom Luliman, Dick DeGraaf, Jr., Bob Wright, Gordy Randall, Jim Stroll, Alan Carr, Brem Morrison, 
Dave McGoldrick, Gary Gronewald, Chuck Doland, Bruce Bain, James May, Lynn Schnell, Ken Maulden, Ray Maxson, Dave Reeder, Glenn Rosander, 
Gary Poole. 



















































Mortar Board 

Selection for membership in Mortar Board, the senioi 
women’s honorary, is based on scholarship, leadership 
and service. Tapping of new members takes place in the 
wee hours of a spring morning and pledges wear caps and 
gowns to classes the following day. This year’s projects in¬ 
cluded keeping in touch with WSU graduates in the Peace 
Corps and working with international students on campus. 




President: Elinor Tousley 


OFFICERS: Carolyn Hill, Judy Buess, Elinor Tousley, Joyce Stockdale, Karen 
Schwisow. 



ROW 1: Ann Fletcher, Sydney Phelps, Sue Berger, Mary Ann Maslac, Elinor Tousley, Ann Stinchfield, Kris Westburg, Eriann Pearson. ROW 2: Mary 
Ellen Stone, Judy Rees, Judy Buess, Carolyn Baken, Carolyn Hill, Ottley Ann Shaw, Joyce Stockdale, Karen Schwisow, Joan Erickson, Joan Kennedy. 


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Crimson Circle 


Men who have attained high standards of efficiency in 
collegiate activities, from all phases of collegiate life, are 
selected for membership in Crimson Circle of Omicron 
Delta Kappa. This encourages an organization which is 
interested in varied questions and discussions. Students 
and faculty consider subjects of mutual interest. 



OFFICERS: David Hirzel, Craig Jackson, J. Winston Martin. 



President: David Hirzel 



ROW 1: Bernie Newby, Joe Hulett, Tom Buchanan, Jim Lemery, Tim Hopf, Craig Jackson, David Hirzel, Bob Rasmussen, Dorman Anderson. ROW 2: 
Harry Yamamoto, Raymond Muse, Mike Morrow, George Bluhm, J. Winston Martin, Pete Anderson, Ronald C. Olsen, Jim Arthurs, Zeno B. Katterle, 
Don Dodge. 


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ROW 1: Bill Bates, Pete Anderson, Paul Humes, George McQueen, John Gilbert, Rich Stevens. ROW 2: Tom McKern, Chuck Cleaveland, Charlie Goodsell, 
Duane Bensel, Dave Rawls, Vance Vallandigham, Ken Jasmen, Roger Muller, Gary Hyde, Olu Adedeji. 


Stimson Senate 


The Stimson Senate, a traditional organization, consists 
of a group of men active in the dorm and on the WSU 
campus. The Senate members assist in promoting scho¬ 
lastic achievement, dorm administration, social activities, 
and athletics. General improvement of dorm life is the 
major goal of the group. 



ROW 1: Roger Larson, Advisor, Bill Monti, Bill Cook, Max Jensen, Dick Snyder, Jon Herrington, Butch Downing, Glenn Baker. ROW 2: John Skirving, 
Jim Bair, Wayne Crinklaw, Dr. Glen Galligan, Dave McAboy, Ron Crawford, Chuck Sweeney, Richard Gustafson, George Gleason. 




Phi Epsilon Kappa 


Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national honorary for male stu¬ 
dents and teachers of physical education. It was founded 
in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1913 and inspired by the 
need for an active professional organization dedicated 
to the promotion of physical education. The primary 
objective of Phi Epsilon Kappa is the promotion of the 
highest standards among teachers of health, physical 
education and recreation. 


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ROW 1: Phyllis Bordwell, Marilyn Worley, Dee Weissenborn, Lynn Bush, Arden Coe, Carol Baeder, Barbara Giles. ROW 2: Barbara Engelhardt, Maryan 
Breakey, Jeanne Merritt, Lynn Borg, Gretchen Van Bevers, Sharon Natsuhara, Charlene Heimbigner, Ginni Hanell, Pat Richards, Judith Maxson, Suzanne 
Savitz, Phyllis Dietsch, Patricia Eyer, Nancy Allen, Judy Harden. 


Pi Lambda Theta is a national education honorary. Its 
members are composed of graduate and undergraduate 
women and teachers. Juniors and seniors with a 3.2 
grade average may be tapped. A scholarship is awarded 
at the annual Spring Tea honoring sophomore women in 
education. Meetings are of a professional interest to the 
group members. 


Pi Lambda Theta 



ROW 1: Joel Lillengreen, Glenn Rosander, William P. Mech, Marshall Cates, Terry Ball, Louis A. Grande, Allen Russell. ROW 2: Tim Douglas, Ken 
Maulden, Rodger Langland, Jerry Williams, Dale Robinson, Dennis McMacken, Ray Mosher, Norm Chase, Lonny Suko, Dave Osterberg, James May, 
James Stroh, John Spencer, Lawrence Olson. 


Phi Eta Sigma is an honor society for freshman men. Its 
goal is to encourage and reward high scholastic achieve¬ 
ment. There are 85 chapters in leading colleges and 
universities throughout the United States. The organi¬ 
zation was admitted to membership in the Association 
of College Honor Societies in 1937. 


Phi Eta Sigma 


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ROW 1: Gerald Thorsen, John Clark, Charles Bigelow, Dalen Bayes, Robert Smith, Richard Cavin, Ted Ross, W. Frank Scott, Douglas Stoeser, Donald 
Gunn. ROW 2: Jerry Hoffer, Joe Ruzicka, William Koch, Dell Foutz, James Adderson, Robert Sellers, David McIntyre, Jim Schultz, John Lancaster, 
Robert Souders. 


Sigma Gamma 
Epsilon 


Sigma Gamma Epsilon is a national honorary devoted 
to the earth sciences. Xi Chapter was established in 
1924, the twelfth of fifty seven chapters. 



ROW 1: Felix M. Fabian, Melvin Boston, Terence Ethridge, Paul Jones. ROW 2: Donn Owens, Richard Kroll, Thomas McDowell, Sara McConnell, Henry | 
Arnwine, William McWilliams, Dennis Derr. 


Alpha Phi Sigma 


Alpha Phi Sigma is a national police science honorary 
whose objectives are to associate persons who are ac¬ 
tively engaged in collegiate preparation for professional 
police service; to keep abreast of the advances in scien¬ 
tific research, and to establish in the public mind the 
benefit and necessity of professional police training. 
Every year the organization co-sponsors the Police Sci¬ 
ence Open House. 


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ASCA 



PRESIDENT: Dan Coonrad 


ASCA is the governing council for the College of Agri¬ 
culture. The council consists of a representative from each 
club within the College of Agriculture and its elected 
officers. The major activities sponsored by the group in¬ 
clude: Ag Open House, Ag Awards Dinner Dance, and 
the Harvest Ball. 



OFFICERS: Brad Berry, Bill Lyman, Steve Porter, George Murdock.I 




ROW 1: Roger Lampitt, Richard Dingle, George Murdock, Nick Hein, John E. Mitchell, Bill Lyman, Dennis Harr, Eric Erickson, B. D. Parrish, Jerry 
Rumsey. ROW 2: Brad Berry, Dave Billingsley, Denny Smith, Fred Andrews, Gary Paul, Jackie Harting, Mary Sturman, Dyan Kayser, King Phelps, 
Jerome Hovrud, Michael Howell, Steve Porter. ROW 3: George McLean, Dan Coonrad, Pat Mooney, Lawrence Kunz, Johnny Thoren, Don Wesen, Larry 
Baginski, Paul Olsen, Norman Cavadini, Jim Bryan. 


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ROW 1: Dan Bartelhcimer, Sherman Polinder, Ron McPherson, Darrell Tanner, Dave Schoddc, R. Daniel Van Dyk, Jim Philbrick, Glenn Betz, Robert 
Sturm, Mike Finch. ROW 2: Roger Short, Ron McKay, Norm Baird, Norm Dunekcl, Larry Boots, Larry Barden, Ashis Chakravartti, LeRoy Parker, Larry 
Pickering, Don McKay, Manley J. Niemcziek, David Hughes. 


The purpose of the WSU Student Chapter of the Ameri¬ 
can Dairy Science Association is “to promote a spirit of 
mutual good will among those interested in the dairy 
industry, to develop leadership, and to aid in advancing 
the general welfare of the dairy student. The Annual 
Institute of Dairying Banquet and an open house are 
the major activities of the group. 


Dairy Science 



ROW 1: Chet Hansen, Ronald Boeve, Steve Porter, Vaden Floch, Bill Lyman, Hal Johnson, Bob McBeth, Gary Pietz. ROW 2: Everett M. Webb. James 
Beck, Pat Mooney, Mike Finch, Ted Potter, Nick Hein, Dan Bartelheimer, Jim Helm, Larry Tadlock, Dennis Kincaid, Gene Simshauser. 


Collegiate FFA is the college level of membership in 
the Future Farmers of America. The WSU chapter pro¬ 
vides training for prospective teachers of agriculture and 
university level membership for previous FFA members. 
The group sponsors leadership training schools, assists 
with the annual state FFA convention, and co-sponsors 
a delegate to the national convention with Alpha Tau 
Alpha. 


Collegiate FFA 


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ROW 1: John E. Mitchell, Julian McConnell, C. Gregory Johnson, Gary R. Paul, Mike Milligan, John Wade, Grant A. Harris. ROW 2: Dennis H. Hill, 
Duane Andrews, Larry Douglass, Ronald Long, Donald Jarvis, Elno Roundy, Charles W. Sulzbach, Karl Kipping, Jim White. 


Range 

Management 


The Palouse Chapter of the American Society of Range 
Management is the only chapter of the Society in the 
Pacific Northwest. The Chapter provides opportunities 
for the professional development of students majoring 
in Range Management and related fields. Speakers on 
botany and areas similar are a regular feature of the 
meetings. Group objectives include promoting progress 
in the conservation and use of forage and soil resources. 



ROW 1: J. B. Wyckoff, Steve Porter, Dale Kjack, Ron Pickering, Doug Smith, Bert Friesen, Denny Smith, B. D. Parrish. ROW 2: A. H. Harrington, 
J. R. Garrett, K. L. Maki, W. E. Ebel, T. J. Druffel, Fred Andrews, Lanny Blechschmidt, Denys Ferrand, Mark Tollett. 


Agricultural 

Economics 


Agricultural Economics Club objectives include stimu¬ 
lating the interest of students in this area of study, pro¬ 
moting the exchange of ideas, bettering student-faculty 
relations and to provide students with a better knowledge 
and opportunity of contacts with career opportunities. 
Activities include invited guest speakers, the Agricul¬ 
tural College Open House, and the developing of a roster 
of contacts with former graduates. 


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ROW 1: Sidney Viebrock, Glenda Gibson, Faye Cochran, Sharon Smith, Carolyn Sagen, Robert Schcidtmann, Carol Sorensen, Karen Kjack, Neva Auseth, 
Joe Kropf. ROW 2: Dave Billingsley, Steve Ruark, Roy Hamilton, Kathy Keatley, Marilyn Cole, Jeanette Perron, Karen Lewis, Betty Elder, Karen Winch, 
Janet Ott, Kay Carothers, Carol Pelton, Beth Kirkwood, Lawrence Kunz, Lawrence McGee, Larry Larsen. ROW 3: Earl Bloom, Jerry Madden, Diane 
Bye, Karen Wolf, Marjorie Keatley, Ellen Weldin, Phyllis Hillstrom, Carolyn Schlien, Lawana Walker, Donna Shaw, Dyan Kayser, Jackie Harting, Joyce 
Olsen, Karen Jensen, Lawrence Olsen, Roger Short. 


Crimson Clover is for students interested in 4-H activi¬ 
ties at college and on a state-wide basis. Members serve 
as advisors for the State 4-H Conference and encourage 
younger members to attain a higher education at WSU. 


Crimson Clover 



ROW 1: Lawrence Kunz, Dave Billingsley, Allen Wesselius. ROW 2: Jackie Harting, Pris Pedersen, Deanna Richardson, Alan S'jiger, Karen Winch, 
Sue Schnebly. 


Mu Beta Beta is a national honorary to recognize 4-H 
Club members who are outstanding both in college and 
in their contributions to 4-H. Mu Beta Beta works 
closely with Crimson Clover and 4-H groups throughout 
the state. An additional part of the group’s work is to 
recognize adult leaders and county extension agents that 
have been inspirational to 4-H. 


Mu Beta Beta 


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ROW 1: John Erickson, Herman Gentry, Hal Johnson, Mike Kincaid, Joe Wilson, Roger Clerf, Steve Webster. ROW 2: Vern Youngman, Jerome Hovrud, 
Mike Nagle, Lonnie Sloan, Walt Wruble, Ron Pickman, Donald Jacklin, Joe Kropf. ROW 3: Jim Bryan, Warren Riddle, David Osborn, Gene Feenan, 
Ken Migchelbrink, John Lofdahl, Glenn Wolf. 


Agronomy Club 



Hal Johnson, Dave Osborn, and Mike Kincaid pause for a moment 
at tlie Truman Library in Independence, Missouri. The boys were 
the members of the WSU Grain Grading Team in November, 
1962. 


The Agronomy Club is the student affiliate of the, 
American Society of Agronomy. The purpose of the club ( 
is to increase interest in the various phases of Agronomy 
and related fields. Annual projects include the news¬ 
letter, “Agronomy and Men,” and financially assisting 
the WSU Crops Grading Team to compete in National 
and International contests at Kansas City and Chicago. 



Agronomy Club President, John Erickson, presents a Stetson hat to Mr. Carl 
Smick of Endicott. Mr. Smick predicted the nearest actual yield of field of 
Gaines wheat on the Agronomy Farm at Pullman. 


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ROW 1: Don Howe, Bob Wahl, Steve Syre, Dick Hanson, Bob Peters: ROW 2: Dick Fankhauser, Bob Berger, Jim Ormiston, Dave Saupe, Bill Smith, 
Dr. Ackley. 


The purposes of the Horticulture Club are to promote 
the field of Horticulture, provide fun and entertainment 
for members, and to bring about friendly relationships 
between students and faculty of the department. The 
annual spring banquet is financed by the sale of apple 
fcider made by the club in the fall. 



Members at work on the club project — making apple cider. 


Horticulture 

Club 



The final activity was the Spring Banquet. 


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ROW 1: I. A. Dyer, Patrick Lawler, Pat Baldwin, D. J. Curtin, Paul Humes, Boyd Walton, George Murdock, Brad Berry. ROW 2: Bill McLean, Della 
Marteny, Mary Sturman, Cynthia Callan, Susan Owens, Kay Camp, Doris Adams, Nikki Juricich, Milt Russell. ROW 3: Dwight Ferguson, Dan Coonrad. 
Fred Zack, Johnny Thoren, John Humphrey, Darroll Grant, Tom McKern, Gary Smith. 


Lariat Club 


The Lariat Club is for anyone interested in the Animal 
Sciences, regardless of field of study. Its main impor¬ 
tance is to act as a sponsor for the WSU Meat and 
Livestock judging teams. To accomplish this, food con¬ 
cession stands at the annual WSU Horse Show each 
May are operated by group members. Guest speakers 
from various parts of the livestock industry are heard at 
the monthly meetings. 


MEAT JUDGING TEAM: George McLean, John Thoren, Brad 
Berry, Gary Smith, Dan Coonrad. 




LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM - ROW 1: Gary Newman, Bill McLean, 
Darroll Grant. ROW 2: Fred Zack, Patrick Lawler, Patrick Baldwin, C. C. 
O’Mary. 


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ROW 1: Joe Wilson, Kent Elsey, Fred Andrews, Louis Madsen, Joe Dwyer, John R. Erickson, John Mitchell, George Brinkman, Richard Todnem, M. W. 
Galgen. ROW 2: C. C. O'Mary, Michael Howell, Robert Snyder, Dave Billingsley, Gail Cramer, John Carlson, Craig Switzer, William Lyman, Doug 
Smith, Warren Walker, Bill Ebel, George Murdock, Allen Wesselius, V. L. Estergreen. ROW 3: Don McKay, Larry Boots, Lawrence Kunz, D. R. Bienz, 
Norman Hilbert, Steve Porter, Vernon Carlson, Johnny Thoren, James Bryan, Ron McKay, Don Dodge. 


The agricultural honorary. Alpha Zeta, was established 
exalt high standards of leadership, character, and a 
spirit of fellowship among its members. The main proj¬ 
ect for the WSU chapter is to promote the professional 
opportunities in agriculture by having members speak 
at various functions throughout the state. The members 
act as a panel which presents “Careers in Agriculture.’’ 


Alpha Zeta 



Alpha Tau Alpha is a National Professional Agricultural 
Education fraternity. The purpose of the organization is 
to promote high ideals and standards in agricultural 
education, and a closer relationship with men who have 
chosen the profession of teaching agriculture. It also 
strives to develop a professional spirit in the teaching 
of agriculture. 


Alpha Tau Alpha 


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ROW 1: B. Patton, Tom Ledgerwood, John Mitchell, John Carlson, Ralph Cornwall, Anne Webb, Dennis Harr, Kenneth Hoover, Duane Carnine, Dick 
Snodgrass, Guy Sands. ROW 2: Jim White, Geral McDonald, R. Long, E. Keatley, Ronald Lufkin, C. Hoffeditz, G. Rumsey, Dale Wiennan, Richard 
Ames, Duane Andrews, Donald Jarvis, Larry Douglass, Gary Paul, Grant Harris. ROW 3: Milton Mosher, Pierre Purcell, Edward Letchworth, Garry 
White, Elno Roundy, Edward Price, Mike Wright, Larry Larsen, Walt Olsen, Vernon Carlson, Glenn McDonald, Dick Piesch, Stephen Maxson. 


Forestry Club 


The WSU Forestry and Range Club serves to bind the 
common concerns of Forestry and Range Management 
students. It encourages interest in social and curricular 
activities and promotes professional fellowship and atti¬ 
tudes. Activities include the Senior Recognition-Alumni 
Banquet, Hemlock Looper, Annual Roundup Picnic, and 
decoration for the Christmas Vespers held in Bohler Gym. 



ROW 1: Marcia Tressler, Dan Bonogofski, Eugean Thompson, Pete Ashburn, John Ronning, Susan Owens, Jan Engeset, Robert Sturm, Hans Flatla, Tom 
Carlson. ROW 2: Bobbie Lee, Star White, Carole Wood, Kathleen Robinsson, Nikki Juricieh, Janie Gaumer, Marshal Hays, Sally Savage, Jean Smith, 
Kay Ditlevson, Kathleen Reinhardt. ROW 3: Harvey Schuyler, Marty Plone, Tom Telfer, Dick Hoopes, Bob Olds, Jim Kahl, Curt Sands, Barrie Grant, 
Bill Keats, Phyllis Anderson. 


Future Vets 


The Organization of Future Veterinarians was the first 
of its kind to be organized in the United States. Interest 
in the profession of veterinary medicine is gained by 
conducting tours of the College of Veterinary Medicine, 
showing films, and hearing guest speakers. Surgery 
viewings are scheduled so the students can see actual 
veterinary work. 


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BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS: Richard Thornton, Walker Roberts, Corwin King, H. V. Alward, Greg Click, Bob Jenkins, Mathew Carey, Mary Lue 
Bennett, Allen Miller. 


Publications 


The Board of Publications is the 
governing body of the Daily 
Evergreen and the Chinook. The 
board is responsible for the 
appointments of the salaried po¬ 
sitions of these student publi¬ 
cations. University Photo takes 
most of the pictures used in the 
Chinook. 


UNIVERSITY PHOTO: Norm Nelson, Thelma Brannon, Bill Howell, Bob Bullis. 

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Editor: Dorman Anderson. 


Business Manager: David Phelps. 







Corser. ROW 2: Dick Coolidge, 


HTAFF — ROW 1: David Phelps, Maynard Hicks, George 
Jon Pontsler, Dorman Anderson, Ed Taylor, Bill Bayne. 

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wsu 

Technometer 


Technometer is produced by the 
engineering students of WSU 
and provides training opportuni¬ 
ties for its staff in writing, lay¬ 
out, and photography. Each of 
the four yearly issues has a cir¬ 
culation of 1,800 copies and con¬ 
tains information of interest to 
each branch of engineering and 
mining. 










Editor: Bob Jenkins. 


Chinook 



Mounting Editor: Lynda Hofstad. 





















Approximately 30 Chinookers worked to put out this edition. 
The Business Staff’s jobs include sending out contracts, billing, 
indexing, and various odd jobs while the Editorial side is 
busily planning the book, drawing layout, writing copy, 
scheduling pictures, and securing identification. This year 
7,000 Chinooks were sold. 


irtist: Martha Corkery. 




Layout Editor: Maggie Maginis. 















Division Editor: Leslie Hailey. 


Editorial 

Staff 



Division Editor: Linda Ann Johnson. 



Divisions Staff: Brad Fosness, Sports Editors: Sharon Olsen, Kathy Herr, Jan Wilson. 










Assistant Business Manager: Charles Goodsel. 




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Editor, Fall Semester: Duke Cameron. 


The Daily Evergreen, with a cir¬ 
culation of 9,000, serves the 
WSU campus four times weekly. 
The Evergreen keeps WSU stu¬ 
dents, faculty and staff informed 
about both campus and world 
events. In addition its editorial 
pages often provide much 
thought provoking material. 



Asst. Managing Editor, Fall: Kathy Arneson. 


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Managing Editor, Fall — Editor Spring Se¬ 
mester: Walker Roberts. 












News Editors, Spring: Jim Tilton, Rod Robert, Fred Zerza. 


News Editors, Fall: Dick McGraw, Mary Sullivan, Pat Bruemmer, Chuck 
Ashmun. 




Sports Editor, Spring: Chuck Ashmun. 


Asst. News Editors, Fall: Fred Zerza, Carol Cushing, Pat Royal, Rod Robert. 




Women's Editor, Spring: Pat Bruemmer. 


Women's Editor, Fall: Mary Walsh. 


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REPORTERS, FALL — ROW 1: Rod Robert, Chikaaki Kondo, Fran Tannian, Sonja Diksen, Jessieann Miller, Minnie Soriano, Barbara Nelson, Punkey Jean 
Heaberlin, Mary Sullivan, Mary Walsh, Kathy Arneson, Joan M. Hansen, Bev Hall. ROW 2: Gary R. Petersen, Don White, Lynn Prada, Sandy Hartline. 
Bob Campbell, Marilee Akerly, Kathy Keatley, Elsa Troeh, Patrice Mack, Sally Jo Wilson, Carol Cushing. ROW 3: Fred Zerza, Jon Hofmeister, Bob 
Daniel, Frances Wilson, George Murdock, Jan Frender, Jim Tilton, Dick McGraw, Mike Wilson, Dave Hunt, Pat Bruemmer, Larry Schwerin, Paula Sherer. 




Proof Readers, Spring: Pat Bushy, Janet Frender, Gary Peterson, Steve 
Pepke, Jean Heaberlin, Carolyn Sagen, Larry Evans. 


Proof Readers, Fall: Fran Tannian, Elsa Troeh, Larry Schwerin, Carol 
Jensen, Fran Wilson. 



Copy Readers, Fall: Chuck Ashmun, Mary Walsh, George Murdock, 
Kathy Arneson, Jim Tilton, Fran Tannian. 


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Asst. Circulation Manager and Circulation Manager, Fall: Bill Dick, Jane Smith. 


mmn 


Office Manager: Darrell Russell. 


Advertising Manager: Ray Denny. 

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sst. Business Manager: George Kelley. 


DC* UOSSW 










Business Manager: Don Tjossem. 
















Asst. Office Manager, Fall: Sue Schnebly — Asst. Advertising Manager, Spring 
Diane Clarey. 



ADVERTISING STAFF, FALL: Paul Marshal, Bruce Hatch, Jon Hofmeister, Barbara Simpson, Bill Bialkowsky, Howard Armstrong, Bil 
Jeanneret, Mike Crafton, Craig Powell. 




Asst. Circulation Manager: Kendra Diehl. 


Office Staff, Spring: Barry Boyer. 


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Classified Manager, Fall: Cheryl Newland. 



ADVERTISING STAFF, SPRING: Tony Adsley, Beau Sprague, Scott Davidson, Larry Largent, Yvonne Simerly, Fred Hyde, Don Davidson. 




Classified Ad Manager: Jeanne Patrick. 


Asst. Advertising Manager: Allan Hansen. 


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KWSC FACULTY-ROW 1: Burt Harrison, Bob Mott, Cal Watson. ROW 2: Hugh Rundell 
John Brower. 


KWSC 



KWSC MUSIC AND TRAFFIC: Elsie Gill, Barbara Banford, Shirley 
Chesnut, Judy Berggren, Jody Morrison, Elmer Erickson. 



KWSC ANNOUNCERS — ROW 1: Art Eckman, Rick Mauser, Bob Burton, Tom Hunt, Don White, George 
Hawkins. ROW 2: Dick Turnings, Tom Sowers, Tom McFadden, Ed Winkle, Tom Stanford, Don Butler, I 
Ron King, Mike Sexson. ROW 3: Joe Zaspal, Bill Johnson, Steve Mulloud, Terry Richard, Bill Murlin, 
Mike Altman, Pat Moore, Duane Borovec, Ron Carter. 

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KWSC SPORTS - ROW 1: Don Butler, Duane Borovee, ROW 2: Tom Hunt, John McFadden, 
Art Eckman, Riek Mauser, Tom Sowers. 



KWSC OPERATIONS CHIEFS: George Hawkins, Don White. 


This was the year that educa¬ 
tional television came to WSU 
as Channel 10, KWSC-TV, was 
activated in September, 1962. 
The new television station joined 
KWSC-AM, one of the pioneer 
educational radio stations in the 
United States, in providing added 
service to students, staff and fac¬ 
ulty at WSU as well as listeners 
and viewers throughout the sta¬ 
tion’s coverage area. Students 
majoring in Radio-TV Speech 
provide the staff for both the 
radio and television outlets with 
faculty members in advisory 
posts. 



KWSC: Don Butler, Tom Hunt, Tom Stanford, Don White, Rick Mauser, Mike Sexson, Dave Brown, Tom 
Sowers. 


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KWSC STAFF ENGINEERS: Roy O’Brady, Chick Bobbitt, Harold Beckham, George Wise. 


KWSC -TV 



TV STAFF AND CREW - ROW I: Kay Wight, Sandra Arce, Bea Fry. 
ROW 2: Bob Burton, Tom Stanford, Joe Zaspel, Ed Winkle, Art Eckman, 
Tom Hunt. 



KWSC-TV: Wayne Bliesner, Don White, Don Butler, Rick Mauser, Dave 
Brown, Steve McCloud, George Hawkins. 


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KUGR STAFF — ROW 1: Bunnie Duncan, Terry Richard, Bob Summers. 
ROW 2: Steve McCloud, Pat Moore, Gretchen Veleke, Bill Murlin. 


Neophyte radio and television 
personalities among the Radio- 
Television Speech majors at 
WSU get their indoctrination 
into broadcasting on KUGR, the 
campus carrier current station. 
The program schedule provides 
entertainment for student listen¬ 
ers and experience for the student 
staff. 



KUGR 


KUGR STAFF: Bob McDonald, Ed Winkle, Gaye Martin, Terry Richard, 
Bunnie Duncan, Bill Murlin, Jim McElhaney. 



KUGR ANNOUNCERS - ROW 1: Ron Carter, Dave Plowden, Ed Winkle, Chuck Cline, John McFadden, 
Bob Gordon. ROW 2: Bob McDonald, Terry Richard, Fred Hogg, Pat Moore, Gordon Cromwell. 


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STAFF — ROW 1: Fred Smith, Ken Migchelbrink, Maynard Hicks, George Murdock, 
Brad Berry. ROW 2: Bob Campbell, Glenn Betz, Ron McPherson, Darrell Tanner, 
Jim Ormiston. 


Agriculturist 


The Agriculturist magazine is 
published three times a year by 
the Associated Students of the 
College of Agriculture. Staff 
members have an opportunity to 
gain experience in the many 
facets of magazine production. 
With a circulation of about 1500 


Editor: George Murdock. 



Business Manager: Ken Migchelbrink. 


the Agriculturist is in its twenty- 
fifth year. 


ACTION: Brad Berry, Jim Ormiston, Fred 
Smith, Ron McPherson, Glenn Betz, Bob 
Campbell, Darrell Tanner. 



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Miss Gretchen Veleke 

Harvest Ball Queen 



Julie Anderson 



Elane Ruffcorn 




Sharon Williams 


256 
















Judy Bryant 



Dee Campbell 



Loree Strand 



Miss Barbara Lovell 

Homecoming Queen 


257 


















Pam Pederson 

Miss Sue Pederson 


Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 


258 





























Miss Jeanie Thomas 

Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 









Poppi Anderson 



Linnea Bartelheimer 





1 


Camien Campcro 



Pam Pederson 


Miss Pat Royal 

TKE Playmate 


260 





















Patti Highsmith 



l h i 

Barbara Swenson 

Miss Glory Frodeson 

Sig Ep Queen of Hearts 

261 






Miss Kathy Uddenberg 

Kruegel Hall Snow Queen 








262 












Carol Horn 



_ i 

Mary Miller 



Vicki Reilly 



Darlene Small 



Miss Lynn Armstrong 

Gannon-Goldsworthy Penthouse Playmate 


263 












Tori Cole 


Pat McMurtray 



Roger Pettichord 





Miss Sally Anderson 

Spur of the Moment 


Mr. Bob Wright 

Knight of Knights 


264 





















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FINALISTS: Poppi Anderson, Jill Dunbar, Sherrie Lowe, Susan 
Eldridge, Joan Bradford, Dee Campbell, Carol Crespi, Nicki Smith, 
Marcia Lenter, Sharon Coon. 














KOW 1: Leslie Oakes, Joan Vasgaard, Robin Cameron, Karen Gustafson, Marion Hansom, Cathey Sheehan, Jeri Smith. ROW 2: Julie Anne McCaw, 
Kathy Quinn, Barbara Lovell, Marian Schmidt, Mike Glenn, Nancy Nethercutt. ROW 3: Sandy O'Neill, Chris Stine, Carolyn Hamilton, Pat Royal, Jan 
Smith, Jeanne Dahlstrom: ROW 4: Sally Anderson, Bobbi Dunning, Joni Bradford, Mary Maynard, Sandy Anderson, Poppi Anderson. 


Little Sisters of Minerva 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


266 































3arbara Burkheimer 



▼ 


Sandy O'Neill 



Vicki Shapiro 



Miss Sheila Holland 

Theta Chi Dream Girl 


267 















Miss Chris Stine 

Junior Prom Queen 



Linda Ayers 





26 f. 










Ed Stock 

Mr. Clarence Williams 


Sophomore Tolo King 
269 
















Miss Nancy Nethercutt 

May Queen 



Nikki King 



Judy Rees 



Mary Ellen Stone 



Kay Wight 


270 








Vlichele Green 




Sylvia Minor 



Marilyn Pittman 



Miss Judy Duckworth 

Independent Queen 


271 







Miss Yvonne La Croix 




Cheryl Nelson 



Tina Van De Kamp 


Delta Tau Delta Sally Sunshine 


272 




















Homecoming Royalty 


The royalty ride once around the stadium. 





Judy Bryant. 


274 
















Pre-election campaign signs covered the campus. 


, all were eye catching. 




Did the Independents own this hill? 


Election Signs 


»Rich Perteet did have a fan. 


275 



















One dollar! No room for comments. 


One sugar cube in one small cup . 


Sabin Oral Vaccine 


The Sabin Oral Vaccine Clinics were held on 
three different dates, one in December, one in 
January, and the last in March. All were well 
attended. The vaccine was free or a donation 
of a dollar could be made with the first sugar 
cube! 


Name, address, all the necessary facts. 


Place on tongue and hope it desolves — quickly! 
















I wonder if I should go through with this ? 


The Junior class blood drive was a record suc¬ 
cess this year with 685 pints donated. The 
first day had more contributions than ever 
recorded before. The drive was held from the 
sixteenth to nineteenth of October. 



Too late now to back out... 



Neat experience — one deserves a drink. 


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278 


Check, check, check ... 


What’s so big about voting. 

























Roy Felstad, newly elected president. 



Congratulations are being offered to Brent Warwick. 



Bud Rothgeb, vice president elect. 



ASWSU Elections 



Dancers await election announcements. 



Expressions show waiting to be tense. 
















Junior 

Prom 


Back one — forward one, two — 


Chris Stine is crowned Junior Prom Queen. 


Queen Chris Stine with finalists Linda Ayers, Jeri Smith, Ricki Wiggen, and Linda Lu Johnson. 


Finalist Jeri Smith and escort entering through flowered 
arch. 


























F alg&r’S 

coffee: i 



Do we need to say more ? 



The Sigma Kappa’s display their own football field. 



Check the Dad's expression. 



The Gamma Phi’s display. 


281 


Dad's Day 
Signs 



Pops are tops. 




























Sports 

Informals 




It’s a long trip, cards help pass the time. 











Baseball 

Watching 




Who are they kidding by fresh? 


The instructions say . . . 



That's what a sputnik looks like? 


Damn Good! 



I said, “that's what you call baseball." 


Ooh! He lit on his .. . 

283 








It does say "Made in Japan.” 


Won’t it be a gas when it catches in their TV antenna? 


284 


Sophomore Tolo King 


Gee thanks for the paper hat. 

Tolo King 

Kite 

Contest 







Horse Show 



Hey, you forgot to pin the tail on the horse. 


Some “fun date” entertainment. 





Wouldn't it be easier to go around it? 


All dressed up and no place to go. 



















Leisure 

Time 



f 


When do we get discovered? 



That damn English class is too, too much. 



Shhh ... I think he'll ask me to go to “Roundtop.” 



Blast those bedbugs. 


286 












(Trial and error? 



Three scoops of '‘passion fruit” . . . 



Flower 

Show 


Ferdinands 



Whata ya mean you stand in line for kicks. 


That passion fruit ice cream 
really works. 


287 

















Buildings 




Men's Gym 



Women's Gym 





Ferry Hall 




Stimson Hall 


Waller Hall 


Community Hall 


Duncan Dunn Hall 

288 













































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Alpha Omega 


ROW 1 
Cathy Andres 
Jane Bartholet 
Karla Beck 
Shan Beck 
Barb Bloom 
Kay Camp 
Betty Jo Chandler 

ROW 2 
Arden Coe 
Maggie Corliss 
Chris Darrow 
April Downing 
Diane Ekstran 
Pam Ferguson 
Barbara George 






ROW 3 
Michaele Glenn 
Shara Hall 
Joan Hansen 
Norma Haring 
Linda Hamed 
Virginia Hamed 
Diane Jones 

ROW 4 

Mary Ann Kemwein 
Jan Koch 
Lois Lang 
Mona Lissa 
Sandy Lord 
Susan Lowrey 
Kay Myers 

ROW 5 
Lara Nation 
Anne Neilson 
Jeanne Pfann 
Helen Robb 
Carol Rogel 
Lori Rubey 


ROW 6 
Jayne Rucker 
Judy Sanders 
Marilee Shaw 
Jan Smith 
Janet Stites 


ROW 7 
Mary Sullivan 
Linda Taylor 
Terry Thompson 
Gretchen Van Bevers 


ROW 8 
Lee Watkins 
Dee Weissenbom 
Barbara Wilson 








290 





























Alpha Delta Pi 




ROW 1 

Bonnie Anderson 
Jackie Arnold 
Pat Belcourt 
Carmen Campero 
Debbie Chambers 
Dee Collar 
Gretchen Collins 

ROW 2 
Linda Cooley 
Cristy Dibblee 
Sherry Donahue 
Chris Drinkard 
Bobbie Dunning 
Sharon Esser 
Sharon Ferguson 

ROW 3 

Judy M. Fitzgerald 
Linda French 
Anne Frost 
Lorinda Green 
Carolee Hanson 
Julie Herpick 
Linda Herr 

ROW 4 
Mardel Hicks 
Beverlee Hill 
Dian Hodges 
Karen Holtberg 
Mary Ann Kestler 
Kathy Kupers 
Gwena Langeloh 

ROW 5 
Margaret Lewis 
Cherri Little 
Janice Magnuson 
Marilyn Main 
Barbara Marshall 
Mary Ann Mathews 
Diana May 

ROW 6 
Jane Olsen 
Connie Palmer 
Carol Parents 
Penny Payne 
Mary Ann Peterson 
Linda Pierce 
Janey Piper 

ROW 7 
Pat Rhoads 
Lynda Ross 
Robin Ross 
Bonnie Seipp 
Joanne Sorenson 


ROW 8 
Sharon Templin 
Elsa Mae Troeh 
Cathy Wood 
Lani Young 






















■ Alpha Gamma 

Delta 



ROW 1 
Poppi Anderson 
Jean Austin 
Beverly Bain 
Sarah Barmore 
Jan Belles 
Sue Benson 
Pat Bruemmer 

ROW 2 
Pat Crady 
Judy Davis 
Pat Fagg 
Chrisa Fisher 
Barb Frisk 
Gerrie Gallup 
Ilene Grant 

ROW 3 
Bev Hall 
Barbara Hazlitt 
Rosalyn Hill 
Lynne Hitchcock 
Kay Irwin 
Carolyn Jensen 
Jean Kirschner 



ROW 4 
Susan Looney 
Mary Madson 
Sherrie Masto 
Robin Maynard 
Linda Middlestetter 
Mary Ann Owens 
Marian Phillips 

ROW 5 
Carol Quarles 
Bunny Quick 
Sally Rhodes 
Patty Robbins 
Marylee Ronning 
Carol Seegert 



ROW 6 
Shirley Sortor 
Jan Thomas 
Carol Toll 
Martha Trefren 
Glenda Tull 


ROW 7 
Sue Walker 
Jeaneane Whitaker 
Gail Williams 
Sally-Jo Wilson 


ROW 8 
Mary Winship 
Judi Wyatt 
Sharon Zonich 



292 





























Alpha 
Omicron Pi 




ROW 1 

Liddy Armstrong 
Carol Bertrand 
Susi Blackaller 
Dorothy Blake 
Linda Boge 
Betty Bold 


ROW 2 
Sandra Brines 
Joanne Brown 
Betty Bussanich 
Mamell Clement 
Alice Congdon 
Claudia Cope 


ROW 3 
Jane Cornwall 
Lynn Cramer 
Anne Gentry 
Chris Johnson 
Marcia Keene 
Karolyn Keyes 


ROW 4 
Janet Lehn 
Diane Lilly white 
Jan Magnuson 
Pat Maslac 
Diane McCarty 
Betty McCoy 


ROW 5 
Anne Moody 
Judy Ness 
Sydne Rohrer 
Leo la Russ 


ROW 6 
Diane Sanders 
Carolyn Schlien 
Diane Schneiter 


ROW 7 
Kathleen Sperry 
Mary Zirkle 


293 




















Alpha Phi 



ROW 1 
Liz Ahnquist 
Cathy Babcock 
Linda Becker 
Sue Bowman 
Jade Bradbury 
Darleen Bucholtz 
Nancy Collins 

ROW 2 
Brooke Colwell 
Cherie Cubbage 
Carol Cushing 
Marlys Dalbotten 
Marilyn Durrett 
Sandy Erceg 
Judy Ferguson 

ROW 3 
Dee Field 
Arnelle Halsan 
Lana Haro 
Sue Harper 
Joan Harrison 
Judy Jaeger 
Linda Jensen 

ROW 4 
Bernie Johnson 
Jonni Johnson 
Susan Johnson 
Mary Ann Kershaw 
Cindy Kitts 
Sherryl Logue 
Missy Martine 

ROW 5 
Karen Miller 
Francie Mitchell 
Helen Mottley 
Sharon Mutchler 
Margareta Omberg 
Chris Ranta 
Donna Retzel 

ROW 6 

Bonnie Robertson 
Jill Roen 
Jan Ryan 
Betty Smith 
Joyce Stockdale 


ROW 7 
Pam Strand 
Barb Taylor 
Linda Tessman 
Jerrilynn Thompson 


ROW 8 
Sue Walker 
Judy Young 
Lowella Young 































Chi Omega 




ROW 1 
Bonnie Bailey 
Carol Barton 
Judy Baxter 
Sally Berger 
Jo Bradley 
Kathy Bruce 
Barb Burkheimer 

ROW 2 

Candy Churchill 
Kendra Diehl 
Judy Dix 
Judy Dujmovich 
Jill Dunbar 
Pat Enger 
Carol Fankhauser 

ROW 3 
Jan Feider 
Joanne Fetzer 
Esther Gombos 
Karen Gustafson 
Jan Hobbs 
Linda Holland 
Anne Hungate 

ROW 4 
Janet Hyde 
Jan John 
Judy Johnson 
Lyndal Kennedy 
Patti Kester 
Pam Kester 
Gayle Larson 

ROW 5 
Carolyn Leach 
Barb Lovell 
Jeanne Merritt 
Marilyn Merz 
Sharon Minice 
Carol Morgan 
Jean Morgan 

ROW 6 
Linda Muije 
Judy Nelson 
Norma Nelson 
Leslie Oakes 
Rachel Patterson 
Karen Poier 


ROW 7 
Margie Pope 
Peg Price 
Linda Rose 
Barb Simpson 


ROW 8 
Pat Smythe 
Jacquelin Snow 
Cheryl Swanson 




















ROW 1 

Mary Alice Alderman 
Kathy Andrus 
Bonnie Asbury 
Diane Aslakson 
Carolyn Baken 
Janice Baugh 
Donna Belknap 

ROW 2 
Marie Brackett 
Sally Buitenveld 
Sue Campbell 
Ann Marie Carroll 
Celia Chally 
Jean Chalmers 
Judy Mary Chalmers 

ROW 3 
Linda Coffey 
Connie Costner 
Sally Creasman 
Kathy Crockett 
Bertys Davis 
Carolie Davis 
Stayna Ann Degg 

ROW 4 
Andrea Dille 
Marjie Dilley 
Ann Downing 
Julie Ehreshman 
Jeanette Erickson 
Becky Flanagan 
Kathy Flynn 

ROW 5 
Jan Franz 
Barbara Freese 
Bev Gebhard 
Jeannie Gibson 
Carolyn Glidden 
Betty Golm 
Nikki Graupner 

ROW 6 
Judy Harden 
Linda Hawthorne 
Karen Heimbigner 
Barbara Heppenstall 
Sandy Hethcock 
Judy Heuschele 
Barbara Hubal 

ROW 7 

Marlene Jacobson 
Judy A. Jensen 
Georgene Johnson 
Chris Jones 
Mary Beth Jones 


ROW 8 
Nancy Kegel 
Karen Kjack 
Marilyn Krause 
Vivien Lewis 


















ROW 1 
Elaine Liu 
Tanya Livie 
Ruelyn Maag 
Cathy Maki 
Sue McCleneghan 
Pat McGrath 
Lynn Miller 

ROW 2 
Mary Miller 
Jan Moore 
Muff Murgittroyd 
Dale Murtland 
Linda Newlean 
Margaret Orr 
Nancy Orr 

ROW 3 

Mary Lou Partridge 
Carol Pelton 
Carol Penberthy 
Carolyn Peterson 
Jeanne Peterson 
Shara Pierce 
Pamela Potucek 

ROW 4 
Pat Pulver 
Judy Renfro 
Robin Sanford 
Jean Schaefer 
Faith Scheuffele 
Gretchen Schodde 
Louise Schultz 

ROW 5 
Sandy Sedegren 
Sharon Anne Shaw 
Linda Sherman 
Marilyn Shippey 
Sarah Silliman 
Jeri Smith 
Beth Sollie 

ROW 6 

Suzanne Souther 
Lenore Spooner 
Bette Stevenson 
Sally Sundstrom 
Pat Swanson 
Nancy Thomquist 
Nora Tierney 

ROW 7 
Janice Tietz 
Nancy Vlahovich 
Patty Wagness 
Jane Wakefield 
Linda Werner 


ROW 8 

Darlene Williams 
Barbara Wilson 
Melanie Wood 
Marilyn Worley 























Community 



ROW 1 
Rico Abe 
Nancy Aguirre 
Connie Arkills 
Dayle Banks 
Suzan Bechard 
Janet Benson 


ROW 2 
Jan Bishop 
Kathy Black 
Lynn Brotherton 
Pat Burns 
Valerie Byers 
Robin Carey 


ROW 3 

Rosalie Carpenter 
Kathy Cearley 
Dianne Conner 
Linda Davis 
Julie Dawson 
Margaret Eash 


ROW 4 
Janet Eby 
Ruth Elmore 
Liz Epstein 
Jan Everham 
Dorothy Frost 
Sandra Fuller 


ROW 5 
Betty Garrett 
Janet Geiger 
Bev Hamstad 
Vera Hansen 
Nadine Harmon 
Anne Hill 


ROW 6 

Caroline Hilty 
Sharon Hodgeboom 
Elaine Hozack 
Karen Humphrey 


ROW 7 

Margee Jacobsen 
Karen Johnson 
Penny Johnson 


ROW 8 

Kathryn Keatley 
Marjorie Keadey 



298 













Community 



299 



ROW 1 
Janet Kemmer 
Saralee Kincaid 
Bonnie Kirk 
Lynn Lybeck 
Kathleen Lyons 
Mary Mace 


ROW 2 
Della Marteny 
Linda McClellan 
Joyce McCoy 
Pat Mclrvin 
Sherrie Monahan 
Sally Mooring 


ROW 3 
Gene Olson 
Sherry Onstott 
Mary Osborn 
Barbara Janice Paine 
Susan Parr 
Carol Pearson 


ROW 4 
Eriann Pearson 
Pat Peters 
Bobbie Pfafman 
Deanna Rausch 
Marjorie Riley 
Karla Robbie 


ROW 5 
Ilo Sather 
Dale Schmeer 
Fay Sharpe 
Marianne Shirley 
Jean Simpson 
Carol Sloan 


ROW 6 
Karen Snook 
Linda Spadoni 
Annette Stender 
Joann Stender 
Nancy Titus 


ROW 7 
Milly Turner 
Gene Turrill 
Wendie Walker 


ROW 8 
Carol Williams 
Bobbie Witt 














ROW 1 

Georgette Anderson 
Jackie Anderson 
Patsy Ayers 
Carol Baeder 
Barbara Bagley 
Karen Bert 


ROW 2 
Judy Blaesi 
Marlene Broeckel 
Nancy Buckman 
Bobbie Burdick 
Sandy Campbell 
Rose Ann Chenois 


ROW 3 

Marilyn Chisholm 
Shirley Cook 
Felicia Cornwell 
Sharon Cox 
Donna Dacy 
Kathy Dahl 


ROW 4 
Joanne Davis 
Gloria De Britz 
Judy Dow 
Mary Ellison 
Karen Ewing 
Cathy Fanning 


ROW 5 
Fran Forrey 
Judy Garber 
Cheryl Good 
Mara Grods 
Gail Gunderson 
Janice Haines 


ROW 6 

Joanne Haldeman 
Ruth Hamry 
Joan Hanson 
Karen Gayle Hardin 
Sally Jo Henderson 


ROW 7 
Donna Hurd 
Christine Laib 
Sharon Lee 



30C 































Davis 




ROW 1 
Sharon Leigh 
Frances Long 
Judy Long 
La Rae Ludenbill 
Marcia MacQuarrie 
Linda McDevitt 


ROW 2 
Lois Meyer 
Janet Miller 
Lucille Moehring 
Eleanor Mork 
Marilynn Murphy 
Sharon Nicholas 


ROW 3 
Margie Nichols 
Phyllis Osterloh 
Marie Pease 
Lois Pedersen 
Priscilla Pedersen 
Shirley Ramsey 


ROW 4 
Ila Rasmussen 
Rosemary Reinbold 
Diane Rich 
Deanna Richardson 
Bonnie Roe 
Judy Rose 


ROW 5 

Beverly Schenefeld 
Vicky Shapiro 
Jeanne Simmons 
Cathryn Smith 
Kathy Strang 
Marian Svinth 


ROW 6 

Eileen Thompson 
Joy Tudor 
Marilyn Vinup 
Lawana Walker 


ROW 7 
Leslie Walling 
Colleen Willis 
Vicky Wyant 


301 




















ROW 1 
Janice Aaring 
Arlene Anderson 
Arlene M. Anderson 
Mardith Ashe 
Jan Battan 
Carol Benine 
Pamela Benine 

ROW 2 
Kathleen Berry 
Barbara Bjomstad 
Bunnie Bond 
Barbara Borck 
Joni Bradford 
Judy Buess 
Sally Chase 

ROW 3 
Barbara Cook 
Cheryl Eastham 
Carol Frodesen 
Kay Ganson 
Sandy Guffey 
Leslie Hailey 
Sue Helsby 

ROW 4 

Karen Ingebrigtson 
Jan Jacobs 
Marsha James 
Pam Johnson 
Irene Kievat 
Nancy Larson 
Patty Lees 

ROW 5 
Carole Looysen 
Sue Martin 
Linda McEwen 
Donna McGill 
Joan-Belle Mix 
Mary Neal 


ROW 6 
Nancy Nogle 
Susan Rowswell 
Kay Sater 
Miriam Schultz 
Carolyn Schulz 


ROW 7 
Emmy Smith 
Jan Stahl 
Jo Steams 
Julie Storwick 


ROW 8 
Cheryl Tjossem 
Marsha Williams 
























ROW 1 
Ann Allert 
Shirley Allert 
Kathryn Amsler 
Sandy Boyd 
Penny Christy 
Sharon Coon 


ROW 2 

Jeannie Dahlstrom 
Linda Day 
Atty Dejong 
Connie Epton 
Joan Erickson 
Linda Fellows 
Carol Furness 

ROW 3 

Joanna Goodner 
Bobbi Graep 
Louise Griswold 
Barbara Hatfield 
Euritha Headrick 
Joan Hille 
Kit Kearns 



ROW 4 
Linda LaVigne 
Lou Ann Little 
Margaret Love 
Lucile Lugenbeel 
Sally Jo McKinnon 
Ginger McNaught 
Ginny Moore 

ROW 5 
Caro lee Neill 
Sandy O'Neill 
Sydney Phelps 
Nancy Picatti 
Ginny Robillard 
Donna Robinson 
Pam Rogers 

ROW 6 

Karen Schwisow 
Dottie Shank 
Elaine Si vers 
Linda Stafford 
Chris Stine 
Tammie Sweeney 


ROW 7 

Colleen Thacker 
Diane Waring 
Jenifer West 
Jo Whiteley 
Linda Williams 


ROW 8 
Karen Winch 
Peggie Yates 
Judy Yeo 





















Duncan Dunn 



ROW 1 
Lynn Anderson 
Jan Aronson 
Lalanne Bantz 
Mary Lue Bennett 
Janet Berger 
Lynn Borg 
Sharon Burgess 

ROW 2 
Judy Carr 
Sandy Cline 
Sharon Clinton 
Jean Marie Cooper 
Martha Corkery 
Janice Cornwell 
Sylvia Crecelius 



ROW 3 
Daphne Davis 
Renee DeMeerleer 
Roberta Dods 
Ann Doolin 
Kay Downing 
Carol Dunn 
Joyce Erdman 

ROW 4 
Ardith Ericson 
Diane Foster 
Nancy Gill 
Cathy Gunn 
Susan Halsan 
Sara Harpster 
Laurene Hayes 



ROW 5 
Patsy Heath 
Zola Hecimovich 
Nancy Hedges 
Jan Heim 
Kathie Herr 
Martha Herring 



ROW 6 
Marian Hottott 
Cheryl Howard 
Sue Hutchinson 
Barb Jensen 





























Duncan Dunn 




ROW 1 
Dyan Kayser 
Joan Killgore 
Sharon King 
Lois Kleinsasser 
Adene Knott 
Gloria Koetje 
Martha Lancashire 

ROW 2 
Cathy Lane 
Gayle LaVigne 
Marilyn Leach 
Diane LeClare 
Sandy Lee 
Joyce Lewis 
Ruth MacLaurin 

ROW 3 
Carol Martin 
Marcy Martin 
Margaret Matthews 
Janet Maxfield 
Susan McDonald 
Pat McIntyre 
Catherine'McNeil 

ROW 4 
Mary Miles 
Marcia Montgomery 
Karen Moulton 
Ann Neff 
Jean Ness 
Peg Paul 
Anne Pearson 

ROW 5 

Heather Pearson 
Cathy Quirk 
Nancy Ramsey 
Diane Reed 
Mary Searby 
Cynthia Sharp 


ROW 6 
Linda Stevick 
Bemie Tenn 
Pat Thomas 
Lorna Tweedt 
Joyce Van Raden 


ROW 7 
Helen Westlin 
Gayle Wiechman 
Becky Wilkie 


ROW 8 
Janet Williams 
Gail Zion 


























ROW 1 
Heidi Anderson 
Lianne Arstein 
Gwen Baldwin 
Penny Busche 
Judy Cameron 
Mary Ellsperman 
Barb Englehardt 

ROW 2 
Naomi Lu Fah 
Suzanne Fisher 
Gretchen Galer 
Nishtha Gill 
Jane Hermanson 
Kay Hudson 
Georganne Jackman 

ROW 3 
Becky Johnston 
Carolyn Lemke 
Gail Manley 
Mary Maynard 
Lea McPhee 
Dianne Olson 
Nonie Pengelly 

ROW 4 
Marsha Phipps 
Judy Rees 
Cherle Rheiner 
Anne Ripley 
Barbara Rothermel 
Betty Staley 


ROW 5 

Mary Ami Starkey 
Jane Stewart 
Diane Stone 
Mary Ellen Stone 


ROW 6 
Cherie Strayer 
Diane Taber 
Jean Taber 


ROW 7 
Elinor Tousley 
Gail Wamell 


ROW 8 
Chris Westberg 








































Kappa Alpha Theta 




ROW 1 
Patty Allen 
Janet Anderson 
Julie Anderson 
Sally Anderson 
Kathy Bamford 
Betsy Blossom 
Marion Bowker 

ROW 2 

Jeanne Buchanan 
Linda Buchanan 
Penny Cameron 
Robin Cameron 
Susan Coffin 
Carol Crespi 
Carolyn Diesman 

ROW 3 
Kay Erickson 
Carolyn Farmer 
Linda Florine 
Leilia Haugen 
Patti Highsmith 
Betsy Hill 
Sheila Holland 

ROW 4 

Georgia Kloostra 
Donna Kludt 
Jan Knutson 
Kathy Lewis 
Judy Lilleby 
Sue Lubrecht 
Jeanie Marks 

ROW 5 

Mary Ann Maslac 
Ann Mason 
Judy Max 
Julie McCaw 
Janet McEachern 
Pat McxMillen 
Marjori Mitchell 

ROW 6 
Marti Mueller 
Madge Myklebust 
Martha Neill 
Trudy Nelson 
Ginger Pettit 
Anne Ritzheimer 


ROW 7 
Suzanne Savitz 
Loree Strand 
Sherri Tidrick 
Janet Tuohy 
Julie Twohy 


ROW 8 

Julie Whitehouse 
Rickie Wiggin 
Mary Windnagle 




















■ Kappa Delta 



ROW 1 
Donna Abbot 
Lanette Adams 
Linda Barmuta 
Marsha Barlow 
Nonie Barnhart 
Sharyl Burgeson 


ROW 2 
Kay Carothers 
Beverly Chrysler 
Sugar Duey 
Aileen Erickson 
Kathy Fowles 
Pat Grimes 
Andrea Hofmeisiter 

ROW 3 
Mary Hood 
Judy Hopkins 
Janet Hopper 
Joan Jameson 
Geri Jandl 
Karen Jensen 
Laurel King 

ROW 4 
Kathy Kinley 
Roberta Kissling 
Janet Lowell 
Sue Loman 
Sue Martin 
Sue McPhee 
Kristy Meckelson 

ROW 5 
Mary Ousley 
Kathy Picken 
Judy Rodekuhr 
Shirley Ross 
Sandy Schalow 
Mairan Schmidt 
Barbara Schnebly 

ROW 6 
Peggy Setzler 
Roberta Shawver 
Sandra Slichter 
Virginia-Lee Smith 
Sandra Snitily 
Kaye Snyder 


ROW 7 
Mary Sturman 
Pat Torney 
Barbara Underhill 
Joanne Von Salzen 
Barbara Wade 


ROW 8 

Sherla Waggoner 
Linda Wahl 
Terry Whiting 
Pam Williams 




















Kappa Kappa 
Gamma 




ROW 1 
Ginny Aagard 
Pam Adams 
Sandi Anderson 
Linda Ayers 
Susan Bacharach 
Fran Bayley 
Vicki Ann Bell 

ROW 2 
Sandy Berglund 
Sharon Blomquist 
Nancy Bodman 
Carol Cheney 
Billye Conley 
Phyllis Dahlberg 
Gloria Davis 

ROW 3 

Gretchen Dunlap 
Ann Fletcher 
Gloria Frodesen 
Penny Garbe 
Barbara Giles 
Gail Gladder 
Frances Guthrie 

ROW 4 

Carolyn Hamilton 
Jean Henry 
Sharon Hickey 
Nancy Hoering 
Myrna Hopper 
Sue Iddings 
Nancy Johnson 

ROW 5 
Sue Klaaren 
Sharon Lillywhite 
Carol Linnihan 
Linda Lower 
Judy McKay 
Paula Mowry 
Sue Mowry 

ROW 6 

Nancy Nethercutt 
Joanne Paulon 
Susan Rasmussen 
Jodi Ritchie 
Marietta Rowe 
Pat Royal 


ROW 7 
Kathy Sharpe 
Ottley Ann Shaw 
Janet Smith 
Judy Smith 
Ann Stinchfield 


ROW 8 
Yvonne Stokke 
Lynne Storey 
Sharon Williams 





















ROW 1 
Chris Aiken 
Dora Dee Alexander 
Marie Alexieve 
Judy Allsip 
Dotty Armstrong 
Mary Ann Armstrong 


ROW 2 
Jane Barricklow 
Mary Bator 
Gail Botsford 
Rosalee Bratton 
Lisa Brocar 
Marilyn Broweleit 


ROW 3 
Mary Bruce 
Elizabeth Burr 
Brenda Child 
Jean Colyar 
Jo Ann Culver 
Barbara Jane Curtis 


ROW 4 
Paula Douglas 
Judy Duggar 
Bunni Duncan 
Joanne Force 
Ellen Forseth 
Pat Freeman 


ROW 5 

Diane Giaudrone 
Susan Gilham 
Barbara Gray 
Carol Gray 


ROW 6 
Judy Gray 
Sherry Gray 
Mickey Green 


ROW 7 
Lila Griffith 
Vicki Hansen 




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McCroskey 






ROW 1 

Chris Hardinger 
Pat Harper 
Sharon Haskins 
Lynda Heitman 
Joanne Hostikka 
Nancy Jameson 


ROW 2 
Diane Johnston 
Sue Kirsch 
Genny Kohler 
Ardys Lane 
Judy Machiguchi 
Patrice Mack 


ROW 3 
Patsy Manetsch 
Maura Mathews 
Carolyn Mavity 
Emma Ann McMullen 
Patricia Ness 
Doris Oda 


ROW 4 

Jeanette Okinaka 
Pam Pederson 
Darlene Rice 
Kathy Ringness 
Betty Roberts 
Sandra Sawyers 


ROW 5 

Marjorie Schwartz 
Linda Scott 
Sandra Smith 
Karen Stampe 
Sondra Sundstrom 


ROW 6 
Patty Thelen 
Shirley Thomassen 
Doris Tobey 


ROW 7 
Nancy Todd 
Anne Webb 
















Perham 




ROW 1 

Carolyn Abendroth 
Gwen Allen 
Nancy Allison 
Darlene Amberg 
Virginia Amundsen 
Karen Anderson 
Phyllis Anderson 

ROW 2 
Carol Anthony 
Lynn Armstrong 
Judy Aspinwall 
Neva Auseth 
Judy Backman 
Suzy Bader 
Norene Bailey 

ROW 3 
Gale Baker 
Judy Barbee 
Sindra Barnhard 
Sigrid Beal 
Pat Bemiss 
Pam Bennett 
Connie Bernhardt 

ROW 4 
Kathleen Berry 
Ruth Bigelow 
Carolyn Black 
Ann Blair 
Karen Boettcher 
Phyllis Bordwell 
Rose Bowden 

ROW 5 
Carol Bowman 
Kathleen Boyd 
Carole Bradford 
Renee Bryan 
Carolyn Caine 
Jeanie Callahan 
Genie Canque 

ROW 6 

Mary Lynne Casten 
Eleanor Charland 
Joan Chase 
Kathy Coghlan 
Terry Colman 
Barbara Cook 
Judy Crady 

ROW 7 
Rebecca Damm 
Jacque Davis 
Donna Doll 
Jill Downing 
Juil Eaton 
Sharon Eckert 
Kathy Eckhardt 

ROW 8 
Kathy Enger 
Connie Ewald 
Barbara Falconer 
Linda Fallis 
Ann Fiedler 
Linda Finley 

















ROW 1 
Frances Fischer 
Pat Flynn 
Sharon Goldring 
Sandy Gray 
Suzi Greene 
Shirley Gross 
Toni Grosso 

ROW 2 

Anna Haakonson 
Andrea Haddock 
Anne Hagen 
Sally Hagen 
Ginni Hanell 
Jean Hanifen 
Carolyn Hanna 

ROW 3 
Pat Hanson 
Vicky Hardtke 
Susan Hayden 
Jean Heaberlin 
Jackie Healy 
Marilyn Hemingson 
Sandy Hesselman 

ROW 4 

Kaaren Hillstrand 
Michelle Holcomb 
Connie Hood 
Nancy Hood 
Joanne Hoop 
Holly Horton 
Kathy House 

ROW 5 
Bonnie Jansen 
Suzie Jastad 
Karen Johnson 
Karma Johnson 
Sue Jones 
Teri Judd 
Linda Juul 

ROW 6 
Marty Kelby 
Pam Kellogg 
Freya Kelsey 
Janet Kerstetter 
Linda Kildahl 
Marilyn King 
Joanne Kissling 

ROW 7 
Judy Klusman 
Judy Knight 
Cheryl Koch 
Nancy Kodad 
Lyn Kraatz 
Delia Kureluk 
Linda La Brec 

ROW 8 
Jane Lanterman 
Margaret Leslie 
Judy Lewis 
Carol Lindstrom 
Charlotte Lindstrom 
Linda Lloyd 














ROW 1 
Kathi Lohstroh 
Judy Loomis 
Cynthia Lucas 
Paula Lyon 
Joyce MacDonald 
Barbara Maize 
Sandra Malone 

ROW 2 
Helen Maning 
Phyllis Martin 
Dorothy Matthiesen 
Donna McElroy 
Pat McFeeley 
Diane McKern 
Linda McLaren 

ROW 3 
Nadine McLean 
Katherine Medin 
Merry Meek 
Mary-Dean Middel 
Donna Miller 
Esther Miller 
Lois Miller 

ROW 4 
Sylvia Minor 
Kathy Montfort 
Jean Morrison 
Linda Morton 
Sharel Murphy 
Linda Nappe 
Pat Neel 

ROW 5 
Connie McNeil 
Pat Nikolas 
Joan Nishi 
Geri Nishizawa 
Shirley Novak 
Mary Nyberg 
Linda Oliver 

ROW 6 

Mary Kay O’Loughlin 
Louise Olson 
Susan Ormiston 
Janet Ott 
Bonnie Overton 
Bernie Packard 
Denny Page 

ROW 7 
Virginia Parr 
Karlene Peetz 
Barbara Peterson 
Donzel Peterson 
Joyce Phillips 
Linda Picha 
Judy Pool 

ROW 8 
Lynn Prada 
Cheryl Rasmussen 
Jane Reed 
Ronda Reese 
Vicki Reilly 
Rita Reinbold 
Linda Reiser 












ROW 1 

Wendy Renwick 
Syma Reynolds 
Gloria Riediger 
Pat Ritland 
Chris Robinson 
Sandy Rosenbladt 
Janet Ross 

ROW 2 
Carolyn Ruf 
Mary Kay Salter 
Sandra Sanders 
Joy Scheel 
Cherie Schirmer 
Eileen Schubert 
Sharon Scott 

ROW 3 
Sandra Seney 
Kristi Seppi 
Joye Shannon 
Sandy Six 
Margaret Slaughter 
Carole Smith 
Rosemary Smith 

ROW 4 
Jean Snyder 
Carol Spadoni 
Judy Spiker 
Viola Squires 
Judy Stanek 
Mary Steele 
Shirley Stenehjem 

ROW 5 
Charlotte Stoll 
Joan Suenaga 
Diane Swett 
Luada Swisher 
Susie Thieme 
Pat Thompson 
Roberta Lee Thoren 

ROW 6 

Jayne Townsend 
Karen Townsend 
Patty Tsuboi 
Mary Tutland 
Barbara Twardus 
Georgia Umphenour 
Tina Van De Kamp 

ROW 7 
Jeanne Villiger 
Billie Vitt 
Jeannine Wagner 
Judy Wannamaker 
Lynda Webley 
Davida Weide 
Jill Westberg 

ROW 8 

Sharon Westerman 
Wendy Whitehall 
Lynn Wickersham 
Elizabeth Willard 
Nancy Williams 
Linda Yoshioka 
Pat Zimmerman 

















ROW 1 
Judy Allen 
Sandy Anderson 
Susan Berger 
Judy Bryant 
Carol Busch 
Linda Carlson 
Nora Christiansen 

ROW 2 
Sharon Claus 
Margaret Clegg 
Susan Crocker 
Cathy Dietrich 
Elaine Durant 
Susan Eldridge 
Ann Goldsworth 

ROW 3 
Mary Lou Hay 
Lynda Hofstad 
Jan Holmes 
Donna Howard 
Jan Jamar 
Chris Jochimsen 
Judy Johnson 

ROW 4 
Sue Johnson 
Kathy Jones 
Susan Kelley 
Linda Kellman 
Sue Kienitz 
Karen Kimzey 
Carol Lee 

ROW 5 

Vivienne Marlatt 
Pat McDonald 
Jan Moodie 
Ann Nicholson 
Jane Patterson 
Kathy Quinn 


ROW 6 
Melinda Rail 
Sue Schnebly 
Jenifer Secord 
Bette Shannon 
Jane Smith 


ROW 7 
Carmen Snitily 
Julie Vanasse 
Deanna Wendt 


ROW 8 
Kay Wight 
Jane Wilmot 












Regents Hill 




ROW 1 
Nance Abbott 
Doris Adams 
Lin Adamson 
Marilee Akerly 
Judy Albrecht 
Robyn Allard 
Sharon Amen 

ROW 2 
Gloria Anderson 
Sonja Anderson 
Marlene Ashley 
Joan Back 
Nancy Baldwin 
Doris Barbre 
Jeanette Barner 

ROW 3 
Marjorie Bates 
Judith Baumgartner 
Gwen Beattie 
Betty Benson 
Bev Berg 
Rauny Berg 
Ann Bethani 

ROW 4 
Marcie Bevaart 
Vera Ellen Bice 
Bonnie Bjornson 
Betsy Blake 
Linda Blakkolb 
Sara Blakkolb 
Helen Blaylock 

ROW 5 
Barbara Blatter 
Pat Boblet 
Nancy Borlin 
Judy Borton 
Anita Boyd 
Linda Brady 
Maryan Breakey 

ROW 6 

Gloria Brenchley 
Judy Brende 
Linda Broom 
Linda Brown 
Jo Ann Brukett 
Rosemary Bruns 
Lynn Bush 

ROW 7 
Arlene Butherus 
Lorraine Cain 
Carol Calhoun 
Helen Callison 
Laurie Cnniporoli 
Cathy Cauthers 


ROW 8 
Oleta Chambers 
Margaret Chittenden 
Deon Clarey 
Sandra Click 












Regents Hill 


ROW 1 
Laura Coates 
Faye Cochran 
Linda Colwell 
Becky Conklin 
Cathy Content 
Miriam Cross 
Carol Crossett 

ROW 2 

Helen Cummings 
Marcie Daniel 
Peggy Davis 
Kathy Dehner 
Catherine De Luca 
Carole De Matis 
Kathy De Matis 

ROW 3 

Daphne De Mers 
Margaret Dezell 
Sonja Diksen 
Jean Dixon 
Jean Doncaster 
Judy Duckworth 
Clo Dunning 

ROW 4 
Judy Erickson 
Joanne Espeseth 
Marti Evans 
Dolores Fadness 
Nancy Fennen 
Bev Fennimore 
Aria Fjeseth 

ROW 5 
Marie Foley 
Terry Foote 
Liane Francis 
Elizabeth Franzen 
Janet Frender 
Celia Fridell 
Nancy Friedrich 

ROW 6 
Karen Fryer 
Georgia Gales 
Lorie Garrett 
Corinne Gates 
Nancy Gates 
Maureen Gay 
Norma Gettman 

ROW 7 

Heidi Getzendaner 
Margaret Gilbreath 
Lorene Gilkey 
Coralee Gill 
Betty Gizinski 
Nancy Graham 


ROW 8 
Karen Grove 
Jan Guess 
Lynn Gullett 
Carmella Hall 
























Regents Hill 




ROW 1 
Kathy Hall 
Sharon Hammond 
Lynda Hampton 
Sharon Hansen 
Margie Harris 
Lynn Harrison 
Carlene Hartzell 

ROW 2 
Jean Havelka 
Carole Hay 
Barbara Haynes 
Linda Heady 
Lanna Hebb 
Martha Hedgcock 
Nancy Heglin 

ROW 3 

Sharon Hennefer 
Linda Hilliker 
Peggy Hodge 
Carol Hooey 
Ann Hopkins 
Ellen Hosie 
Martha Hovey 

ROW 4 
Lucy Hughes 
Nancy Hutchins 
Julie Jacobson 
Becky Jameson 
SibylJenks 
Nancy Jensen 
Kjeri Jerstad 

ROW 5 
Diane Johnson 
Gerri Johnson 
Pam Jordan 
Nikki Juricich 
Mary Kao 
Carol Keith 
Joan Kennedy 

ROW 6 
Gayle Kessler 
Pat Ketelsen 
Jerry Kidd 
Sherry Kidd 
Nikki King 
Sandra King 
Barbara Kirkwood 

ROW 7 
Beth Kirkwood 
Sharon Kissler 
Darlene Klecker 
Margaret Klundt 
Judy Kreshel 
Leanne Lampe 


ROW 8 
Judith Larsen 
Carol Lind 
Joyce Long 
Phalice Long 


















Hmm Regents 


ROW 1 
Lois Lowary 
Linda Lubben 
Anne Lueckenotte 
Christine Lund 
Ruth Lund 
Helen Lunden 
Jean Lynn 

ROW 2 
Pam Maben 
Penny Mahan 
Rae Mahnkey 
Carole Mann 
Mary Marken 
Sue Markham 
Joy Marsden 

ROW 3 
Sharon Marsden 
Marjie Marshall 
Karen Martinson 
Maureen Masada 
Dorothy Mattem 
Zoe Ann McCandless 
Connie McClure 

ROW 4 

Shannon McClurg 
Marjorie McConaughy 
Sara Lee McConnell 
Debbie McCoy 
Candy McElroy 
Nancy McGee 
Karen McKee 

ROW 5 

Miekie McMonagle 
Helen McNinch 
Susan Meyer 
Carol Miller 
Jessilana Miller 
Judy Miller 
Marianne Miller 

ROW 6 
Rita Miller 
Andrea Miskoski 
Roselea Mooney 
Pamela Moore 
Vicky Morgan 
Gail Mottishaw 
Sharon Natsuhara 

ROW 7 
Bernice Nelson 
Miriam Nelson 
Cheryl Newland 
Laurel Nielsen 
Judy Ogle 


ROW 8 
Dianna Olney 
Donna Marie Olsen 
Elaine Marie Olsen 
Joyce Olsen 






















Regents Hill 




321 



ROW 1 

Jane Ann O’Ravez 
Susan Owens 
Ginger Pantzar 
Madelin Park 
Jeanne Patrick 
Jeanette Perron 
Anne Persons 

ROW 2 
Marilyn Pittman 
Sandra Plenty 
Pat Polinsky 
Linda Powell 
Gwen Priest 
Cathy Prihar 
Julia Puterbaugh 

ROW 3 

Virginia Quintus 
Louise Rainbolt 
Carol Ray 
Judith Reese 
Paula Reister 
Susan Reitz 
Barbara Rhyneer 

ROW 4 
Sue Richeson 
Linda Richmond 
Judith Rinta 
Pat Ritter 
Pat Ryan 
Carole Sackerman 
Carolyn Sager 

ROW 5 
Sylvia Salsman 
Sharon Sanislo 
Ellen Schaefer 
Marilyn Schliewe 
Penny Schmid 
Joy Schoel 
Judy Schoel 

ROW 6 
Vi Schrock 
Pat Schultz 
Carol Semler 
Karen Senne 
Norma Setter 
Elaine Shilliam 
Dayle Shipley 

ROW 7 
Arden Sills 
Michele Slagg 
Meredith Slusser 
Darlene Small 
Dianne Smith 



ROW 8 
Judy Smith 
Nancy Smith 
Sally Smith 
Sharon Smith 

































ROW 1 
Susie Smith 
Sue Spencer 
Sharon Stacey 
Betty Stambaugh 
Barbara Steenbergen 
Carol Stephen 
Sue Stevens 

ROW 2 
Val Straub 
Sara Stringham 
Anne Strom 
Barbara Summerville 
Janet Sutherland 
Diane Swenson 
Sally Swenson 

ROW 3 

Carol Takahashi 
Ellen Tanck 
Lynn Tannehill 
Carolyn Taylor 
Judy Taylor 
Marlene Tengelin 
Barbara Thiel 

ROW 4 
Suzi Thomas 
Ginger Thompson 
Jo Ann Thompson 
Pat Thompson 
Mary Tillotson 
Beverly Trump 
Donna Uskoski 

ROW 5 
Arlene Vaa 
Penny Vicary 
Susan Walker 
Elfi Walther 
Sally Webster 
Joanne Weick . 

Bette Welch 

ROW 6 
Emily Westcott 
Loyce Wheeler 
Linda White 
Star White 
Sharon Whitney 
Ann Wick 
Darnell Wickenden 

ROW 7 
Darla Wilson 
Fran Wilson 
Sandra Wilson 
Susan Wohld 
Karen Wolf 


ROW 8 
Sandra Wood 
Carolyn Wright 
Elaine Wyss 
Julie Anne Zabilski 
























ROW 1 
Janet Ahern 
Charlene Anderson 
Linda Andersen 
Sandy Atchison 
Judy Batten 
Mary Bayne 


ROW 2 
Reggia Baze 
Sandy Bazzarre 
Bonnie Beardslee 
Cherie Bennett 
Barbara Bowen 
Rita Brackenbush 


ROW 3 
Toni Bradford 
Carol Brubaker 
Sally Buergler 
Dianna Burnnell 
Darlene Carlton 
Janet Carpenter 


ROW 4 

Martha Ann Carter 
Paula Catling 
Margaret Chambers 
Karen Chase 
Sue Clayton 
Nancy Davis 


ROW 5 

Mary Lynne Dedrick 
Dianne Doneen 
Linda Dowd 
Sharron Edwards 


ROW 6 
Betty Elder 
Linda Erickson 
Eileen Faught 


ROW 7 

Mary Kay Folkins 
Carmon Fountain 


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ROW 1 
Beth Freckleton 
Judy Friberg 
Gloria Frisch 
Linda Gaspard 
Judy Gorden 
Carole Gunn 


ROW 2 
Virginia Hall 
Judith Hamilton 
Dianne Hardin 
Joyce Hart 
Jan Hastings 
Karen Holm 


ROW 3 
Jann Hooyer 
Carole Horn 
Carol Horst 
Lynn Howard 
Donna Ice 
Lea Johnson 


ROW 4 
Carole Johnston 
Annetta Kikendall 
Mary Jean King 
Sally Kusak 
Sally Lester 
Karen Lewis 


ROW 5 

Deanna Lindberg 
Sandra Lindquist 
Jean Love 
Maureen Lynch 


ROW 6 
Sue Major 
Nancy Matthews 
Kay Mattson 


ROW 7 
Susan Maughan 
Betsy Metcalf 




















ROW 1 
Dee Miller 
Marion Morimoto 
Ingrid Muller 
Penny Nail 
Norann Neet 
Sharon Odegard 


ROW 2 
Judy Perrine 
Sharon Pierce 
Joan Potts 
Betty Raume 
Sue Riddell 
Beverly Rowe 


ROW 3 
Lois Scott 
Paula Sherer 
Yvonne Simerly 
Lynette Skaarup 
Nancy Spangenberg 
JoAnn Steblaj 


ROW 4 
Linda Storms 
Carolyn Sundby 
Joanne Swanson 
Mildred Tanner 
Bobbie Jo Tee 
Kay Thompson 


ROW 5 
Kathy Topolski 
Mary Trowbridge 
Toni Ursic 
Helen Van Dewerker 


ROW 6 

Gretchen Veleke 
Judy Walton 
Virginia Whitney 


ROW 7 
Dianne Wright 
Nancy Wright 

























ROW 1 
Karen Balsley 
Melinda Beckley 
Jean Blakeley 
Deb Burrell 
Carol Chadwick 
Bev Chapman 
Sharon Coleman 

ROW 2 
Toni Cowie 
Elaine DeVore 
Carole Fallstrom 
Sheryl Fred 
Marla Froeber 
Linda Garner 
Glenda Gibson 

ROW 3 
Elsie Gill 
Martha Hahn 
Jani Hammons 
Donna Harader 
Pat Hawley 
Wendy Jackson 
Ingrid Johnson 

ROW 4 
Lael Kiefer 
Pat Lafferty 
Jackie Larson 
Carolyn Lewis 
Pam Luby 
Carole Mace 
Maggie Maginnis 

ROW 5 
Jan McKenna 
Theresa Mercy 
Jean Metzgar 
Vicky Moore 
Sue Nicholson 
Donna Orr 


ROW 6 
Sharon Patrick 
Harriet Potts 
Judy Pratt 
Ellyn Rittenhouse 


ROW 7 
Kay Stritmatter 
Ruth Vallandingham 
Barbara Wallace 


ROW 8 
Linda Walters 
Sharalin Winquist 



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Stevens 






ROW 1 
Cam Abrams 
Veree Anderson 
Cathy Angus 
Cathy Bacon 
Seleta Belknap 
Joanne Bingham 


ROW 2 
Susan Blair 
Cathy Bower 
Nina Bradfield 
Gayle Brines 
Karen Butler 
Sharon Chiotti 


ROW 3 
Trudy Clapp 
Sharon Coif 
Joan Collins 
Janice Colyar 
Audrey Coombs 
Deanna Davis 


ROW 4 
Fran Douglas 
Virginia Dunn 
Ann Eide 
Rene Ellefson 
Barbara Emerson 
Bee Evans 


ROW 5 
Sandy Finch 
Donna Glenn 
Wendy Grimes 
Kathy Hansen 
Margaret Hastings 
Kristine Healy 


ROW 6 

Bonnie Hendrickson 
Sandra Henson 
Jill Hickman 
Marcia Jeffreys 
Carol Ann Jensen 


ROW 7 
Judy Keplinger 
Marilyn Kjelland 
Ann Kleiva 


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Stevens 


ROW 1 
Shirley Kodani 
Jeane Kunzl 
Yvonne LaCroix 
Cookie Lennington 
Pam Leonard 
Pat Livermore 


ROW 2 
Billie Luke 
Leanne Lukens 
Ann Maher 
Dolores Maxwell 
Donna McIntosh 
Alice Miles 


ROW 3 
Cherie Nikula 
Pat Norman 
Sharon Olson 
Lana Orr 
Sue Pedersen 
Linda Pfeiffer 


ROW 4 
Karen Reed 
Nancy Reinell 
Joan Riddle 
Jan Ruchty 
Joanne Schroeder 
Linda Seaton 


ROW 5 
Deanna Seidel 
Jan Sessler 
Cammie Spanjer 
Nicki Sundberg 
Linda Suryan 
Charyl Tyndell 


ROW 6 
Valerie Ulm 
Donna Valley 
Janet Venema 
Judy Walser 
Becky Weller 


ROW 7 
Janice Widman 
Janet Wilson 
Janice Woll 



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329 



ROW 1 
Kathie Airey 
Linda Allard 
Dianne Allred 
Donna Altman 
Joy Amundsen 
Sue Anderson 


ROW 2 

Cynthia Arbogast 
Sybil Arges 
Karen Bajema 
Cheryl Barnes 
Sharon Barnett 
Darlene Bauer 


ROW 3 
Alice Becklin 
Carol Bell 
Rita Benefiel 
Virginia Benny 
Jane Bevington 
Jodi Bialkowsky 


ROW 4 
Eleanor Bolin 
Shirley Bomholt 
Mary Bouchee 
Sheila Bowelle 
Julie Brand 
Earlene Bro 


ROW 5 
Sandra Brown 
Kaye Bruns 
Betse Burton 
Rosalie Butler 
Cindy Cammack 
Barbara Carey 


ROW 6 
Linda Cerny 
Carolyn Christensen 
Terrill Clark 
Alanna Cleary 
Loma Conway 


ROW 7 
Joan Crandall 
Claudia Crider 
Sharon Crockett 
Kathleen Cusack 


ROW 8 




Janice Dakers 
Kathy Dargan 
Stephanie De Young 
















ROW 1 
Chris Dillon 
Helen Dixon 
Pat Donegan 
Joyce Draggoo 
Marcie Eccles 
Barbara Elsbury 


ROW 2 
Mary English 
Jeannette Fraser 
Laura Garrison 
Janie Gaumer 
Betty Gould 
Nancy May Green way 


ROW 3 

Suzanne Grewell 
Dee Hamel 
Joan Hansen 
Joanne Harstad 
Helen Hartley 
Maralee Haynes 


ROW 4 

Phyllis Hillstrom 
Judy Hunter 
Joan Hunziker 
Karen Inaba 
Gail Inkpen 
Vicki Jacobson 


ROW 5 
Ann Jarvis 
Mary Jenkins 
Caryl Johnson 
Gail Johnson 
Joanne Johnson 
Christine Jorgensen 


ROW 6 
Claire Junor 
Randi Kalgaard 
Karen Karch 
Helen Keiser 
Nancy Kepner 


ROW 7 
Judy Krogh 
Pat Krogh 
Mitsuyo Kubo 
Karen Kvernvik 


ROW 8 

Ruth Landstrom 
Judy Largent 
Louise Le Pere 


















ROW 1 

Pat Leyendecker 
Letha Lightbody 
Barbara Lof 
Madeleine Logan 
Donna Luce 
Lanny MacPherson 


ROW 2 
Dee Manning 
Marcia Matheson 
Margaret Maxfield 
Meg McLachlan 
Andrea McLean 
Mary Ann Metzger 


ROW 3 
Carlyn Munson 
Bonnie Natsuhara 
Barbara Nelson 
Carol Nelson 
Liz Nelson 
Sue Newhouse 


ROW 4 
Carol Nustad 
Kay Nylin 
Sandra Oellien 
Linda Ohling 
Kathy Olson 
Lynne Olsen 


ROW 5 
Nancy Orsi 
Wanda Pallechio 
Diane Palmer 
Jeri Palmer , 

Genie Patterson 
Joanne Potter 


ROW 6 

Dorothy Pridham 
Ann Putnam 
Pat Quiggle 
Barbara Ramon 
Margaret Reed 


ROW 7 •>/' 
Kathy Reinhardt 
Mary Rice 
Carolyn Roberson 
Kay Roberts 


ROW 8 
Gloria Rodgers 
Betty Jo Royer 
Bonnie Ruddick 




































ROW 1 
Elane Ruffcorn 
Clydean Salsman 
Katherine Schedler 
Kathleen Scheel 
Marsha Self 
Carole Jean Sivo 
Brenda Smith 

ROW 2 

Lorna Mae Smith 
Marjory Smith 
Ann Sommer 
Minnie Soriano 
Joanne Spencer 
Harlene Stacie 
Marcia Stacy 




ROW 3 
Carol Steinke 
Kathy Stober 
Jonnie Streit 
Lee Swanson 
Pat Swett 
Kay Tallmadge 
Julie Taylor 

ROW 4 
Annette Terrile 
Jean Thomas 
Nancy Thompson 
Sandra Thomson 
Gayle Tiedeman 
Sharon Trax 
Holly Valentine 

ROW 5 
Dianna Vance 
Linda Warrington 
Wyllis Warwick 
Janice Weber 
Marge Weber 
Gena Webster 


ROW 6 
Cheryl Welch 
Diane Whitley 
Sandy Whitten 
Karen Wickstrom 



ROW 7 
Kathy Wiesen 
Betty Williams 
Barbara Witt 




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ROW 1 

Karen Anderson 
Judy Bahr 
Margaret Ball 
Pat Barry 
Nancy Bauer 
Linda Berilla 
Barbara Blandford 

ROW 2 
Frances Burger 
Ruth Buzzard 
Diane Bye 
Colleen Byers 
Dee Campbell 
Sandy Christensen 
Susan Coombs 

ROW 3 
Cathy Corsmo 
Diane Dapper 
Joyce Deakin 
Mary Desimone 
Joan Dow 
Glaudia Drissel 
Margaret Easton 

ROW 4 
Lesley Engvall 
Barbara Ferguson 
Wynne Fink 
Karen Fosberg 
Janet Fraley 
Angela Fromm 
Jean Carol Gale 

ROW 5 
Marilyn Gliko 
Phyllis Gookins 
Helen Gray 
Eleanor Guerin 
Alice Hackmann 
Lois Hamburg 


ROW 6 
Sharon Hannas 
Sharon Harting 
Carol Heinbaugh 
Nancy Heinle 
Barbara Heino 


ROW 7 
Karen Herdrich 
Shirley Holton 
Phyllis Holum 


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ROW 8 
Kay Honsinger 
Diane Horner 


































ROW 1 

Mary Ann Jaburek 
Judy Jensen 
Karen Kale 
Sharry Krom 
Sandra Lenhoff 
Joellen Lewtas 
Ann Linder 

ROW 2 

Carol Jean Macy 
Sharon Malm 
Jennifer McCabe 
Virginia McCane 
Sharon McCoy 
Darla Meiners 
Janice Miller 

ROW 3 
Joann Miller 
Connie Mohoric 
June Nissley 
Sharon O Kelly 
Carole Onstot 
Joyce Parkinson 
Sharon Phillips 

ROW 4 
Mary Pickens 
Carol Piper 
Becky Potthoff 
Claudia Ramsey 
Connie Rueb 
Barbara Russell 
Mary Russell 

ROW 5 
Mary Rux 
Sandy Schwartz 
Karen Smith 
Sandra Sparkman 
Susan Steininger 
Carol Stevens 


ROW 6 
Cynthia Taylor 
Jeanne Thurston 
Susan Tilley 
Kathie Uddenberg 
Patty Vail 


ROW 7 
Dalene Voss 
Doraviri Weston 
Kathy Weston' 
Janet Wilson 


ROW 8 
Joan Woodward 
Diana Zink 















rne'ki 


Apartments 



ROW 1 
Tony Adsley 
Ray Bauer 
Mac Bowman 
Tim Boyle 
Bill Carlton 
Darrell Clavey 


ROW 2 
Gary Coleman 
Ron Crawford 
Leonard Fonda 
Graham Gallup 
Jim Green 
Ron Hannum 


ROW 3 
Del Hunt 
Joe Kleitsch 
Steve Morical 
Alex Mosalsky 
David Nesse 
Bob Owens 


ROW 4 
Doug Payne 
Paul Pazooki 
Gary R. Peterson 
Don Radecki 
Mark Reilly 


ROW 5 
Don Rottler 
Walt Rulffes 
Ses Saylor 
John Severson 
Larry Thomas 


ROW 6 
Mark Vogel 
Ray L. Wainscott 
Daryl Wall 


ROW 7 

Dennis Waltman 
Loren Wills 




336 


















ROW 1 
Craig Akishin 
Jack Anderson 
Bruce Bain 
Bob Bennion 
Richard Bennioii 
Bryan Bremner 
Michael Browning 

ROW 2 
Bill Cousins 
Jeff Craggs 
Bill Du Mars 
Mike Finney 
Dave Grimes 
Vem Gustafson 
Wayne Hampton 

ROW 3 
Ed Hanson 
Terry Hargrave 
Dennis Hill 
Per Hilmo 
John James 
Paul Jensen 
Chin W. Kim 

ROW 4 
Dale Kjack 
Kent Kjack 
Dick Lahti 
Jim Mitchell 
John Mitchell 
Patrick Mitchell 


ROW 5 

Gregg C. Nelson 
Roy W. Nelson 
John Purcell 
Karl K. Smith 
Dick Storwick 


ROW 6 
Vernon Towne 
Victor Verling 
Wes Wagner 


ROW 7 
David Wedin 
Ken Weldin 



337 













ROW 1 
Fred Andrews 
Dick Badham 
Bradford Berry 
Lanny Blechschmidt 
Terry Brown 
Dave Clyde 


ROW 2 

John Cunningham 
Darrel Eason 
Bill Eastman 
Gordon Ensign 
Stan Evans 
Bob Gordon 


ROW 3 
Danny Grant 
Harry Hankins 
Nick Hein 
Doug Hille 
John Hovey 
Bill Kartman 


ROW 4 
Roger Lampitt 
Curtis Long 
Jim Lovelace 
William Lyman 
Ken Miller 
George Murdock 


ROW 5 
Wynn Raymond 
James R. Smethers 
Kent Smith 
Tom Telfer 
John Thoren 


ROW 6 
Mark Tollett 
A1 Wesselius 
Ivan Whitney 


ROW 7 

Harry Yamamoto 
Bill Zirkle 





338 



















Alpha Kappa 
Lambda 




ROW 1 
Jim Amsberry 
Earl Bloom 
Stephan Brown 
Ken Carmichael 
Neal Cheldelin 
Rob Cornish 


ROW 2 
John Currie 
Don Dean 
Jim De Meerleer 
Dave Denny 
Keith Erickson 
Jim Furlong 


ROW 3 
Steve Haynes 
Ned Jenne 
Bill Johnson 
Frank Kania 
Arnt Koser 
fiarl Landin 


ROW 4 

Tom Ledgerwood 
Hank Levien 
Hal Linker 
Don McFarland 
Glenn Michael 
Dave Murdach 


ROW 5 

Lawrence Neumann 
Louis Orr 
Aaron Patton 
Chet Pedersen 
David Peterson 
Dave Schindele 


ROW 6 
Mike Schu 
David Scully 
Donald Stuart 
John P. Swenson 
Cliff Tye 


ROW 7 
Art Tyrrell 
Don Unruh 
Lawson Van Kuren 
John Walters 


339 



















Alpha Tau 



ROW 1 

Lawrence Anderson 
Walter Barger 
Harry Batty 
Bob Bennett 
Gerald Betts 
Dick Bline 
Clynt Blomberg 

ROW 2 
Denny Carswell 
Ron Carter 
Gary Euscher 
Ethen Crawford Jr. 
Bill Church 
Bob Giachino 
Bruce Hatch 

ROW 3 
Richard Hawes 
Michael Horten 
Joel Jem 
Denny Jones 
Ralph Jones 
Don Keeling 
Mike Leffel 

ROW 4 
Greg Lissner 
Mike Lucas 
Dick Martin 
John Maxwell 
John McCluskey 
Ivor McCoy 
Allen McCurdy 

ROW 5 
Ralph McMillan 
Jeff Nemitz 
Brian Pemberton 
Mark Peretti 
John Phillips 
Dick Pierson 


ROW 6 
Gary Polk 
Dave Razwick 
Dave Sheldon 
James E. Sherrill 
Rick Shute 


ROW 7 
Richard Stipe 
Gene Thomas 
Doug Wise 



340 
















Beta Theta Pi 




HOW 1 
Ron Anderson 
Dave Bogucki 
Mel Bommer 
Jim Brown 
Bob Burton 
Bill Cook 
Chuck Dagg 

ROW 2 
Ward Damon 
Mike Dire 
Mike Drew 
Jim Felber 
Dominic Frucci 
Paul Gibb 
Walt Goddard 

ROW 3 
Rich Haldi 
Bob Hayes 
Bob Hilden 
Tom Hopper 
Lee Irving 
Gerald Jackowski 
Ed Kennedy 

ROW 4 
Tod Kennedy 
Larry Klock 
Rik Kuhn 
John Lamp 
Lowell Maughan 
Dennis McLauglin 
Tom Mills 

ROW 5 
Vince Niemeyer 
Rodger Noel 
Bruce Nurse 
Mike Patterson 
Scott Rutherford 
Harvey Schumacher 


ROW 6 
William Self 
John Simchuk 
Marlund Simchuk 
Gary Speerstra 
Gary Stack 


ROW 7 
Gary Treat 
By Vadset 
Tom Wall 
Larry Williams 


341 














Delta Chi 



ROW 1 
Bert Belles 
Don Brown 
Gus Clapp 
Joe Corbett 
Gail Cramer 


ROW 2 
Jim Daniels 
Arend Dawson 
Gary Gallwas 
Monte Johnson 
Greg Lewis 


ROW 3 
Bob Marley 
Michael Matthaeus 
Ken McDermid 
Ronald Streich 


ROW 4 
Haluk Taysi 
Don Young 



342 


























Delta Sigma Phi 




ROW 1 

Paul Beyersdorf 
Gary Blake 
Paul Boettcher 
Craig Brookman 
Dale Buchanan 


ROW 2 
James Butts 
Norman Chase 
Bob Fischbach 
Jim Hougland 
Les Hunter 


ROW 3 

Dave Kostenbader 
Larry Neil 
Jim Nelson 
Wyatt Newman 
Fred Phillips 


ROW 4 
Dave Raymond 
John Reis 
Dale Roper 
Ron Stanek 


ROW 5 
Dave Stewart 
Ed Winkle 
Fred Zerza 


43 










ROW 1 
Richard Axlund 
Bruce Bayley 
Bob Bell 
Don Butler 
Gordon Cromwell 
Clark Daly 


ROW 2 

Steve Drummond 
Mike Durkee 
Jim Fritts 
George Gleason 
Eric Goranson 
Denny Harlan 


ROW 3 
Ron Hoffman 
Bob Keith 
Lee Kloeppel 
Steve Koran 
Marv La Porte 
Bruce Liebman 


ROW 4 
Larry Link 
Bill Lokken 
Steve McCracken 
Mike Murray 
Paul Norris 
Joe Olhava 


ROW 5 
Bob Pearson 
Dave Rodgers 
Steve Rodgers 
Chuck Schultz 


ROW 6 
Robert Sharp 
Gary Swenson 
Bob Tillotson 



344 

















Delta Upsilon 





ROW 1 
Gary Berg 
Jim Chambers 
Dave Gusseck 
Dennis Halsey 
Jeff Lenz 


ROW 2 
Del Motteler 
Ed Motteler 
Doug Pelton 
Earl Purdue 
William Rail 


ROW 3 
Ellis Rousseau 
Rodney Schultz 
Harvey Schuyler 
Joe Simmons 


ROW 4 

Lloyd Torgerson 
Brent Trathen 
Orville Varner 


ROW 5 
Dennis William 





























ROW 1 
Jim Bryant 
Merrill Camp 
Scott Case 
Dick Davis 
Don Dodge 
Eric Erickson 


ROW 2 
John Gilbert 
Ward Glessner 
Jim Helm 
Michael Howell 
John Humphrey 
Rick Hunter 


ROW 3 
Van Jacobson 
Alan Klebaum 
Dave La France 
Steve Mathison 
Hal Matthiesen 
Dave Moore 


ROW 4 
Gene Nesbitt 
Irwin Noteboom 
David Osborn 
Larry Pickering 
Warren Riddle 
Dwane Saboe 


ROW 5 
Quentin Sannes 
Larry Stanfield 
Bob Stevens 
David Syre 
Gerald Tallman 


ROW 6 

Richard Todnem 
Bob Vander Pol 
Boyd Walton 


ROW 7 
Jim White 
Walt Wruble 



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Ferry Hall 




ROW 1 
Gary Bland 
Ed Cassens 
Louis Darnell 
Warren Foster 
Marion Harvey 


ROW 2 
John Hastig 
Bob Healea 
Bruce Hedderly-Smith 
Robert Marcelynas 


ROW 3 
Richard Miles 
David Olson 
Jeff Parker 


President: Gary Bland 
Vice President: Madison Lacy 
Secretary: Mike Wetzbarger 
Athletic Chairman: Fail Pintler 


Lance Aamot • David Akers • Ray Albrook • James Anderson • Stanley August • Donner Babcock • John Baer • Joseph Barrigas 
Larry Beardslee • Victor Bennet • Robert Berger • Leonard Berry • Brendan Blackwell • Gary Bland • Ronald Boeve • William Bogdan 

Lawrence Boyd • Marshall Brammer • Martin Brooks • Laurence Brown • Gary Lee Brnmmett • Harold Brunstad • James Bryant 

Donald Burlingame • Gary Burnside • Gene Canque • William Carter • Richard Carvill • Ed Cassens • Grant Childers • Robert Christensen 
Michael Cole * Robert Corlett • Frederick Coson • George Coumbs • James Coumbs • James Cournyer • James Dahl • Louis Darnell 

Michael Dew • Robert Dixon • William Donley • Joseph Duprie • Richard Duvall • Jerry Dyer • Kenneth Elsworth • Glen Engelking 

Dennis Evans • William Farrell • Gary Faull • Kim Fletcher • Randolph Flowers • Warren Foster • James Friberg • David Gammon 

Eric Gantner • David Glenn • Michael Gould • Ronald Graham • Danny Grant • Gary Green • George Greer • Morris Grobins 

Harry Hankins • Marion Harvey • John Hastig • Bob Healea • Bruce Smith • Peter Herranen • Larry Hicks • Stephen Hilliard 

Olusegn Jawando • Gary Jensen • Darrell Johnson • David Johnson • Edgar Johnson • James Johnson • Raymond Johnson • Gary Kalich 

Albert Keenan • James Knotts • Lawrence Kocher. 


347 









Ferry Hall 


ROW 1 
Ron Reed 
Lewis Schatz 
Tom Shives 
Rick Shute 
Tom Stine 


ROW 2 
Doug Stoeser 
Jim Stuart 
Art Summers 
Ken Tandy 


ROW 3 

Mike Wetzbarger 
Monty Wolfrum 



Lawrence Kocher • Gary Krause • Madison Lacy • Robert Lewis • Delbert Liljegren • Garq Long • Douglas Lukens • Richard MacLean 
Roger Lee Major • Robert Marcelynas • Roger Matson • Michael May • Dwight McCain • Ron Metcalf • Richard Miles • David Miller 

Robert Morse • Michael Mushkin • Harry Nelson • Donald Newman • Larry Nicholson • Gale Nickel • Kirkland Nyby • Edward O’Brien 
David Olson • Gerald Ostby • David Osterberg • Drew Paris • Gene Parker • Jeff Parker • Scott Pearce • Eugene Pease • Charles Perry 

Larry Person • Michael Pickett • Gail Pintler • Chris Pohlman • John Rasmussen • Robert Redmond • Ron Reed • Dean Roath 

John Roberson • Richard Roeniseh • John Rosander • Duane Rossman • Darrell Rung • Lewis Schatz • Robert Scheidtmann • Richard Schu 
Richard Shimono • Tom Shives • Rich Shute ♦ Gene Simshauser • Kenneth Skorheim • James Slack • Daniel Sloan • James Smethcrs 
Tom Stine • Doug Stoeser • Thomas Stoner • Gary Strom • Jim Stuart • Art Summers • Ken Tandy • George Taylor • Paul Taylor 
William Titland • Brent Trathen • Vaughn Vordahl • Richard Warberg • Jerry Watt • Roy Watters • Edward Wells • Christian Westman 
Mike Wetzbarger • Edwin Willgress • Monty Wolfrum • Lynn Worthington • Frederick Zitterkopf. 

















Gannon Hall 


'■it iHBJH! 

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ROW 1 
Dapo Adenekan 
Ralph Amey 
Martin Auseth 
Jim Barker 
Spencer Barnes 
John Batjer 


ROW 2 
Roland Besel 
Paul Bodeau 
Jim Botko 
Bill Bowen 
Bill Bramstedt 
Robert Brown 


ROW 3 

Norman Burrington 
Bob Campbell 
Alan Carr 
Dick Coif 
Kenneth Coney 
Sid Cornish 


ROW 4 
David Dahlin 
Jeff Dawson 
Delbert Depner 
John Dills 
Bill Doolittle 


ROW 5 
Kailan Dunn 
John Dunsmoor 
David Earling 


ROW 6 
Dawes Eddy 
Dave Eggers 



























Gannon 


ROW 1 
Robert Ellis 
Pete Everett 
William Flatt 
Clive Francis 
Ron Gill 

Richard Goehner 


ROW 2 
John Golob 
Boyd Gossard 
Rich Graff 
Sigvard Haglund 
Colin Hansen 
Ron Harding 


ROW 3 

Mike Harrington 
Jim Harris 
Tad Hasebe 
Doug Head 
Bob Healea 
Vincent Higgins 


ROW 4 
Ron Hill 
Curtis Hodson 
Paul Hohenschuh 
Jerry Inouye 
Bill Johnson 


ROW 5 

Michael Johnson 
Roger Johnson 
Russell Johnson 
Steve Kann 


ROW 6 
Del Konschu 
Rodger Langland 



350 
























ROW 1 
Bob Larson 
John Lofdahl 
Gary Lorntson 
Jerry Madden 
Karl Maki 
John McBride 


ROW 2 
Ron McConnell 
Michael McGaughy 
Doug McHugo 
George Melander 
Blake Miller 
Ray Mosher 


ROW 3 
Gary Newman 
Bentley Oaks 
Dave Obert 
Bryan Olson 
Wally Omori 
Jim Page 


ROW 4 
Vern Patterson 
David Perrault 
Paul Petersdorf 
Don Pickard 
Michel Pontius 


ROW 5 

Mando Poostforoosh 
Gary Prescott 
Greg Rahman 
Ray Rice 


ROW 6 
Dave Richards 
Carl Robart 


351 
























Gannon 


ROW 1 
Melvin Robbins 
Dale Robinson 
Dave Robinson 
Sam Rodwell 
Will Rodwell 
Dwight Rose 


ROW 2 
Eric Schuster 
Wayne Schutz 
Gerald Shanks 
Dick Snodgrass 
Martin Snoey 
Nels Soderstrom 


ROW 3 
Lee Stark 
Rick Stemerick 
Jim Stuart 
Mike Tebb 
Sibly Tonkin 


ROW 4 
Ray Turner 
Bob Vietzke 
Dwight Walters 
Chuck Weaver 
Joe Wicklund 


ROW 5 
Mike Wiggins 
Warren Wood 
Dave Yenko 


ROW 6 

John Zimmerman 
Roy Zingmark 



352 




















Goldsworthy 




ROW 1 
Mike Ackley 
Dale Adams 
Warren Anderson 
John Baer 
Gary Ballwanz 
Chester Baylor 


ROW 2 
Gayle Bea 
Milton Beck 
Bob Belknap 
Mike Bernath 
Barry Binder 
Robert Bloch 


ROW 3 
Ronald Bowe 
Tim Bradbury 
Bill Brooks 
Charles Brooks 
Dick Butts 
Clifford Byrd 


ROW 4 
John Chapman 
Al Chase 
Tone Claeson 
Michael Cole 
George Coniff 
Doug Cowan 


ROW 5 
Dave Curtis 
Doug Dawson 
Pollard Dickson 
Russ Doty 
Clark Douglas 


ROW 6 
Ed Drury 
Edward Ellefsen 
David Ensor 
Gary Erickson 


ROW 7 
Bob Eshelman 
Sam Eskenazi 
Larry Evans 




353 



























Goldsworthy 


ROW 1 
Mike Fairhart 
Bruce Fenner 
Edward Flanagan 
Neil Forney 
Richard Frank 
George Fuller 
Joe Gardner 

ROW 2 
Tom Geraghty 
Dan Gettman 
Fred Goodwin 
Raymond Goolsbey 
Ron Graichen 
Barrie Grant 
Joe Grantham 

ROW 3 
Ron Griffith 
Eric Hietala 
Cliff Holman 
Robert Hutton 
Gerald Ichiki 
Phil Isaak 
Henry Jones 

ROW 4 
Bob Kalvig 
Larry Kampfer 
Jim Kenton 
Bob Keppel 
Ron King 
George Knapp 


ROW 5 
Wayne Knowles 
James Kraus 
Darrell Larsen 
Don Larson 
Ron Larson 


ROW 6 



Jeff Lebens 
Bob Lee 
Dick Low 



ROW 7 
Keith Martin 
Paul Martin 



354 
























Goldsworthy 







ROW 1 
Ken Maulden 
Charles McMacken 
Lynn Meredith 
Jon Meyer 
Ralph Miller 
Greg Nelson 
Frank Nichols 


ROW 2 
Jim Niesen 
David Nor ley 
Howard Olsen 
John Olson 
Ronald O’Neal 
Bob Opie 
Le Roy Parker 

ROW 3 
Roy Pearson 
Chuck Pierce 
Allen Pitner 
Lynn Pochert 
Dale Rahier 
Fritz Rennebaum 
Pete Reynolds 

ROW 4 

John Richardson 
Jack Rock 
Harry Rodenburg 
Allan Saari 
Steve Sackmann 
Steve Sanford 


ROW 5 
Don Scheller 
Lewis Scott 
Dick Selfridge 
Richard Setterberg 
Dave Sieberns 



ROW 6 
George Sieg 
Ken Simpson 
George Singer 



ROW 7 
Clark Slocum 
Jim Smith 




355 












Goldsworthy 


ROW 1 
Paul Spencer 
Allan Stafford 
Mike Steams 
Max Steinke 
Mark Stjeme 
Rick Strain 
Dick Suryan 

ROW 2 
Michael Tang 
Don Tedrow 
Glen Thomas 
Dennis Tonkin 
Bill Towne 
David Treat 
Ken Tysor 

ROW 3 
John Valiant 
Dan Van Dyk 
Charles Veach 
Gary Walcott 
Harvey Walker 
Oliver Walter 
Barry Warwick 

ROW 4 
Brent Warwick 
Corky Watson 
Hans Webb 
Steve Webster 
Jack Wedeberg 
Don Weitkamp 


ROW 5 
Jerry Wemz 
Jim Wemz 
Fred West 
Dan Whetsler 
Bill Willard 


ROW 6 
Larry Wilson 
Michael Worth 
Larry Yetter 


ROW 7 

Larry Lee Zimmerman 
Bob Zogelow 



356 














Kappa Sigma 




ROW 1 
Bucks Arbuckle 
Dave Backs 
John Barney 
John Camp 
Terry Camp 
Jeff Campbell 
Mike Carnahan 

ROW 2 
Pat Cavanaugh 
Robert Copp 
Jack Courrier 
Reed Daugherity 
Dan Davis 
Paul Dietrichson 
Roger Dirstine 

ROW 3 
Bud Dumas 
Paul Eldenburg 
Gerald Garnet 
Gar>^ Geschke 
John' Gillihan 
Steve Gural 
Chuck Heinemann 

ROW 4 
Dave Hirzel 
Bill Honsowetz 
John Hutton 
Dan Jensen 
Allan McCoy 
Bud Morrison 
Jim Morrison 

ROW 5 

Kip Neuschwanger 
Bob Newbill 
Hans Odsen 
Keith Peterson 
Bob Redding 
Sam Reed 
Robert Reese 

ROW 6 
Richard Sebring 
Kent Shoemaker 
Tom Siron 
Bob Smith 
Dennis Smith 
Edgar Smith 


ROW 7 
Philo Smith 
Gary Tisdale 
Richard Tomlinson 
Bob Topness 


ROW 8 
Bob Vaagen 
Ron Wamsley 
Al Zindel 





















ROW 1 
Gary Anderson 
Jerry Anderson 
Pete Barber 
Brian Barrett 
Don Berger 


ROW 2 
Richard Betz 
Wayne Bliesner 
Melvin Buhr 
Paul Carosella 
Duane Cavanaugh 


ROW 3 

Ashis Chakravartti 
Richard Churchill 
Charles Cook 
John Corder 
Bill Croker 


ROW 4 
Edward Dahl 
Bob Daniel 
Hany Ericksen 
Bob Estling 


ROW 5 

Charles Featherstone 
Jim Fleming 


ROW 6 

Steve Gabrielsen 












Kruegel 


ROW 1 
Herman Gentry 
Steve Goodrich 
Thomas Graham 
Gary Gronewald 
Linley Gumm 


ROW 2 
Roger Hamilton 
Wendell Harris 
Bill Hawkins 
Dave Hawkins 
Arthur Hawn 


ROW 3 
Ramon Healy 
John Hensley 
Kenneth Hoover 
Michal Jacobsen 
Norm Johnson 


ROW 4 
Dale Kaku 
Rick Kelley 
Keith Ker 
Larry Kimble 


ROW 5 
Guy Kinkead 
Lawrence Kimz 


ROW 6 
Marvin Lapp 


£ 











Kruegel 


ROW 1 
Bob Lee 
Rich MacLean 
Keith Metcalf 
Dennis Miller 
Mike Mitchell 


ROW 2 

Gerald Mitchelniore 
Gary Moore 
Duane Naught 
Steve Parker 
Robert Parry 


ROW 3 
Gordon Randall 
Rodney Reid 
Doug Reisbick 
Wayne Robbins 
Marlin Robinson 


ROW 4 
Neal Tash 
Carl Taylor 
John Tilden 
Jim Treadwell 


ROW 5 

Steve Van Ausdle 
Dave Van Hoy 
Edwin Woods 


ROW 6 
Bill Young 






360 














Lambda Chi Alpha 




ROW 1 

George Anderson 
Glenn Baker 
Jim Arthurs 
Jim Barcott 
John Becvar 
Dave Butler 
Doug Cook 

ROW 2 
Bill Dick 
Dean Dolquist 
Ron Erickson 
Dean Griswold 
Dave Hauter 
Mauray Hedlund 
Jon Herrington 

ROW 3 
Jon Hofmeister 
Lee Hooper 
Bruce Jensen 
Dean Johnson 
Condon Kennedy 
Willy Kohne 
Dave Larson 

ROW 4 
Dale Le Master 
Ron Lind 
Gary Manchester 
Edward McLarney 
Tom McPhee 
Harvey Meier 
John Miller 

ROW 5 
Mike Milligan 
John Munroe 
Doug Myhre 
Hans Rasmussen 
Mark Rasmussen 
Tom Reid 
Tom Roskowick 

ROW 6 
Harold Rothgeb 
Gary Savage 
Steve Simmons 
Steve Smith 
Tom Smith 


ROW 7 
Jerry Talbott 
Steve Thorpe 
Don Tjossem 
Kevin Wulff 


361 



















ROW 1 
Ken Adams 
Paul Ahrens 
Berge Anderson 
Dennis Armstrong 
Darrell Aune 
John Barney 


ROW 2 
David Beckley 
Byron Blankenship 
Brad Blegen 
Bill Boehm 
Jeff Brown 
Tom Brown 


ROW 3 
Phil Buob 
Doug Burleigh 
William Campin 
Bruce Clark 
George Coleman 
Jerry Codney 


ROW 4 

Dennis Courtright 
Delmar Decker 
Michael Dragnich 
Doug Edwards 


ROW 5 
Dave Elliott 
Dick Erickson 
Jim Ewing 
George Fisher 


ROW 6 
Ben Flowers 
Kenneth Fortner 



362 




























ROW 1 
Mike Gay 
Richard Green 
John Grover 
Richard Hamm 
Micheal Hargrave 
John Harrington 


ROW 2 
Merle Herbison 
Jack Hollingsworth 
John Howell 
Jim Huff 
Sam Hunt 
Gary Johnson 


ROW 3 
Jim Johnson 
Charles Johnston 
Allan Kettlehut 
Kenneth Killian 
Stanley King 
John Kirsch 


ROW 4 



Darwin Klingman 
Gaither Kodis 
Ernie Laitinen 
George Lang 
Charles Lawell 


ROW 5 
Rand Lee 
David Lindeblom 
Roger Lybecker 
Robert Marcelynas 


ROW 6 
Paul Marshall 
Glenn Mayfield 












McAllister 


ROW 1 
Ray Mayfield 
Roger Mayfield 
James McDonnell 
Bruce Moeller 
John Moss 
Dennis Myers 


ROW 2 
Bill Norin 
Mike O’Neal 
Dave Osterberg 
Dick Pease 
John Peters 
Archie Petersen 


ROW 3 
Michael Phipps 
Tom Razey 
Gary Rich 
John Ringo 
Larry SchifFner 
Robert Sellers 


ROW 4 
Larry Shaw 
Bill Sieg 
Craig Smith 
Jim Smith 
Morris Sorensen 


ROW 5 
Roger Stark 
Al Sykes 
John Trzil 
James Waddle 


ROW 6 
Richard Warner 
Dave Wilson 
John Womack 



364 












ROW 1 
Jim Adams 
Tom Amies 
Jim Anderson 
Don Arndt 
Gene Ashmore 
Robert Bachelder 


ROW 2 
Douglas Bailey 
Jerry Baker 
Jack Bartholet 
Robert Beamguard 
Ron Beck 
Russ Berg 


ROW 3 
Robert Bowles 
Buzz Brake 
Phil Brown 
Richard Chase 
Beck Chew 
Eric Clifford 


ROW 4 
Michael Daly 
Gerald Danquist 
Richard Driskill 
James Edeler 
Tracy Eriksen 
Gene Feenan 


ROW 5 
Ken Feller 
Jim Finnila 
Richard Fischer 
Brad Fosness 
John Freer 


ROW 6 
Carter French 
Jon French 
Walter Frierson 


ROW 7 
John Giboney 
Jerry Green 


365 













Neill 



ROW 1 
John Hanson 
Wayne Harmon 
William Hill 
Gary Hoffmann 
Bill Holtcamp 
Newton Jackson 


ROW 2 
Jim Jerde 
Gregory Johnson 
Robert Kennedy 
Tom Kimball 
Richard King 
Gary Kirk 


ROW 3 
Ken Krueger 
Larry Leander 
Dave Ledgerwood 
Don Lieurance 
Mark Longmeier 
Pete Luke 


ROW 4 

Mike Mackovich 
Jack Mann 
Terry McColman 
Don McCrimmon 
Tom McDowell 
Jerry McFarlane 


ROW 5 
Larry Mellgren 
John Merkel 
Albert Mitchell 
Kenneth Moa 
Chuck Mohr 


ROW 6 
Gale Nickel 
Bob Northcott 
Donn Owens 


ROW 7 
John Parish 
Mike Parlet 





366 


























ROW 1 
Ivan Perry 
Donald Peters 
Robert Peters 
Eddie Peterson 
Merle Pond 
Steve Porter 


ROW 2 
Pat Rowe 
Mike Scheurich 
Greg Schlomer 
Doug Sevier 
Vin Sherman 
George Smith 


ROW 3 
Larry Spencer 
Harrison Spiegelberg 
Richard Stowell 
Steve Syverson 
Dale Tenneson 
John Thompson 


ROW 4 

R. Eldon Trolson 
Mike Vance 
Robert Wahl 
Charles Weagel 
Tom Webb 
Dave Welch 


ROW 5 
Dale Welton 
Don Welton 
Roger Whitehead 
Joe Wilson 
Will Wintermute 


ROW 6 

Bruce Woodcock 
George Wooster 
Mike Wright 


ROW 7 
Steven Young 
Mike Youngqiiist 





















Delta 


ROW 1 
Paul Alley 
Dennis Anderson 
Thomas Baker 
Ralph Baldwin 
Joe Bedard 
Ronald Blocklinger 
Biff Brotherton 

ROW 2 
John Carlson 
Dave DeMeyer 
Scott DeVry 
Kim Feldman 
Steve Forsberg 
George Foster 
Bob Fry 




ROW 3 
Mike Gaines 
Ron Haner 
Jeff Heath 
Roger Henning 
Dick Hill 
Gerry Hood 
Mike Jennings 

ROW 4 
Ray Joao 
Dean Kalahar 
Jim Kemmish 
Terry Kirkpatrick 
Chad Knowles 
Wally Liro 
Dick Logar 



ROW 5 

Walt MacFarland 
Bob Mauseth 
Doug May 
Dave McAboy 
Don McArthur 
Bob McClintick 
Bill McGourin 

ROW 6 
Brian McMahon 
Bob Montgomery 
Jim Morehouse 
Bernie Newby 
Gordon Prentice 
Arthur Robbins 
John Rollins 

ROW 7 
Bob Salisbury 
Lance Schneidmiller 
Elliott Simkins 
Jeff Steiner 
Rick Swantz 
Faruk Taysi 
Dave Thomas 



ROW 8 
Jim Thomas 
Tom Tommervik 
Mike Vickerman 
Bob Weaver 
Tim Wenger 
Mike Werner 
Steve Zuvela 


















Aik 





ROW 1 
Bob Adams 
Armand Ahrendt 
Curtis Amo 
Vigo Anderson 
Jay Bumard 
John Bumard 
Bill Clarke 

ROW 2 

Roger Cockerline 
Gerald Corderman 
Jerry Cutshall 
Chuck Doland 
Roy Felstad 
Gerald Garner 
Ed Goldsworthy 

ROW 3 
Walter Gould 
Louis Grande 
Fred Halladay 
Rich Huggins 
Rich Illias 
Bruce Kelleran 
Corwin King 

ROW 4 
Richard King 
David Kludt 
Loel Labberton 
Herbert Levinsky 
Bob Martin 
Ray Maxson 
Gordon McLean 

ROW 5 
Kelly Montfort 
Martin Niemi 
Richard Niemi 
Dan Phillips 
Dave Porter 
Tom Proctor 


ROW 6 
Jim Reece 
Gaymond Schultz 
Gary Scrupps 
George Smith 
Phil Smith 


ROW 7 
Victor Swan 
Reid Tinling 
Dale Walker 
Dale Wierman 


ROW 8 
Don Witten 
Charles York 









Phi Kappa Tau 


ROW 1 

Brian Beveridge 
Roger Buckman 
John Codington 
Jack Conway 
Bill Dolliver 
Philip Evans 


ROW 2 
John Farrow 
Dick Guglomo 
Murray Gwynn 
Harry Hamer 
Dick Hollister 
Linden Hope 


ROW 3 
John Jackson 
Bill Keller 
Bob Kennedy 
Ted Kerzie 
Jim Matheson 
Jim McConnell 


ROW 4 
Mike Mix 
Arlo Morgenweck 
Herbert Mueller 
Dallas Patterson 
Les Patton 
Curt Price 


ROW 5 
Steve Rainbolt 
Richard Reedy 
Mike Sanborn 
Larry Spence 
Paul Stevens 
Gary Stitzinger 


ROW 6 
Dick Storch 
John Turner 
Bill Usitalo 
Vaughan Vordahl 
Bill Ward 


ROW 7 
Don Wilson 
Jon Ziegler 
Rich Zier 
Ed Zilk 















Phi Kappa Theta 






ROW 1 

Dominique Arnaud 
Joe Barrigas 
George Bettas 
Ron Boyd 
Dick Casmier 
Kevin Christian 


ROW 2 
Mike Clift 
Bob Dixon 
Stephen Doonan 
Dennis Esser 
Dennis Evans 
Leland Garbell 


ROW 3 
Stan Hahn 
Mike Hart 
Tom Hart 
Dave Herrin 
Dan Higgins 
John Hoglund 


ROW 4 
Dennis Johnson 
Steve Johnson 
Fred Miller 
James Miller 
John Monahan 
Ross Osborn 


ROW 5 
Richard Scanlan 
Tom Shafer 
Jay Violette 
Mike Vlahovich 


ROW 6 
Chris Wiley 
Mike Zarana 
Don Zimmerman 


371 



















ROW 1 
Will Anderson 
Jim Baumann 
Fred Beck 
Larry Brackett 
Chuck Cline 
Jack Cousyn 
Jerry Crinklaw 

ROW 2 

Wayne Crinklaw 
Don Davidson 
Mike Davidson 
Bob Deuter 
Steve Francis 
Gerald Hawley 
Lee Heimbigner 

ROW 3 
John Holmquist 
Mike Ingham 
Greg Johnson 
Patrick Kleweno 
Dale Knuth 
Bill Kronemeyer 
Kirk Lewis 

ROW 4 
Don Masson 
Joe Matthews 
Robert Mauritsen 
Dick McGinnis 
Dennis Montgomery 
Ted Montgomery 
Phil Nelson 

ROW 5 
Bill Prescott 
John Roberts 
Mike Rodgers 
Phil Rude 
Larry Schwerin 
Bob Seims 


ROW 6 
Richard Seims 
Fleming Sevon 
Jim Short 
Tom Strickier 
Carl Taylor 


ROW 7 
Bob Thompson 
Robert Tommervik 
Richard Torgerson 
Lars Vedvick 


ROW 8 
Bud Walker 
John Walker 





















ROW 1 

Hilding Anderson 
Bob Andre 
Paul Antsen 
John Boyce 
Tom Boyce 
Steve Brilling 


ROW 2 
John Cardwell 
Dick Carman 
Dave Collins 
Tom Cook 
Terry Dobson 
Bruce Freeburn 


ROW 3 
Gary Gibson 
Ron Goldsberry 
Jerry Harms 
Ronn Hatley 
Mark.Henry 
Dave Hougland 


ROW 4 
Bob Larson 
Mike Maas 
Bill Meyer 
Tom Olson 
Jim Rodal 
Art St. Martin 


ROW 5 
Elias Sam’O 
Jerry Schei 
Henry Schmidt 
Steve Shade 
Wally Stanley 
Jerry Stewart 


ROW 6 
Ed Stock 
Bob Thompson 
Marty Thompson 
Bob Triebelhorn 
John Turner 


ROW 7 

Klaus Vorderwulbecke 
Wendell Wardell 
Richard Worthy 
Bob Wright 


373 
















ROW 1 
Jim Aanenson 
Chuck Aanenson 
Wes Bentz 
Leonard Berry 
William Bogdan 
Charles Brockway 


ROW 2 
Mel Carlson 
Daryl Click 
Bob Collins 
Roger Davis 
Robert Dybing 
Gary Feider 


ROW 3 
Alan Fritzberg 
John Green 
John Herdrich 
Donald Howe 
Bill Jahns 
Larry Law 


ROW 4 
Roger Miller 
Bob Morse 
James Plunkitt 
Chris Pohlman 
Jon Redinger 


ROW 5 

Walter Reinhardt 
Fred Shaw 
Mike Sullivan 


ROW 6 
William Widel 
Dennis Wiedrich 



374 













Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon 




ROW 1 
Lance Aamot 
Mike Allen 
Lee Anderson 
Dennis Austin 
Martin Beattie 
Duane Borovec 
Paul Brzoska 

ROW 2 

Dennis Buchanan 
Bill Chambers 
John Ehlers 
Don Elsom 
Jim Greene 
Jerry Halvorsen 
Steve Hoit 

ROW 3 
Butch Howard 
Denny Johnson 
Jeff Johnson 
Tim Joy 
George Kelley 
Mert Kennedy 
Tom Kettwig 

ROW 4 
Dick Kneipp 
Art Lemke 
Paul Lewis 
Harold Leyda 
Dennis McCrea 
Pete Nelson 
Mike Norwood 

ROW 5 
Bob Parker 
James Pierre 
Rick Reeves 
Van Rhebeck 
Tom Robinson 
Steve Schnellhardt 
Alex Schwetz 

ROW 6 
Jim Short 
Kirk Smick 
Dave Storey 
Kent Swanson 
Gary Tapert 


ROW 7 
Ross Taylor 
Mo wry Treadwell 
Steve Wattenbargcr 
Jim Wise 


ROW 8 
Bob Wood 
John Woodman 
Bob Young 












Sigma 



ROW 1 
Ken Alexander 
Mike Allert 
Dave Angstrom 
Dick Ankcom 
Jerry Buettner 
William Cole 
Michael Conner 

ROW 2 
Steve Corvi 
John Coulthard 
Bob Cromer 
Larry Culver 
Alan Darnell 
Tore Dybfest 
Bill Ebel 

ROW 3 

Charles Fitzsimmons 
Dick Fohmer 
Dick Hall 
Dave Helsby 
Jerry Her res 
William Kipe 
Larry Kirkpatrick 

ROW 4 
Kyran Krank 
Garith Krause 
Robert Lothspeich 
Don Ludwigson 
Rod McCormick 
Tom Michaels 
Milton Mikalson 

ROW 5 
Galen Mills 
Bruce Moore 
Bruce Mumford 
Don Myers 
Bob Neilson 
Curtis Ottmar 


ROW 6 
Glenn Paterson 
Joe Paton 
Ben Peterson 
Terry Richard 
Morten Romstad 


ROW 7 

Rolland Schmitten 
Bob Slind 
Bob Snow 
Dan Snyder 


ROW 8 
Dean Temple 
John Vandermeulen 
Terry Watkins 

























Sigma Nu 






ROW 1 
Jerry Altig 
Mike Avey 
Jack Bettesworth 
Ken Brown 
Roy Busse 
Duke Campbell 
Richard Clements 

ROW 2 
Mike Critch 
Gordon Douglass 
Barry Eberhardt 
Gene Erickson 
Doug Fleming 
Dave Fletcher 
A1 Fosse 

ROW 3 
Al Goldade 
Jack Granger 
Larry Gust 
Bob Hatfield 
Pat Hawes 
GeofFfrey Hayward 
Joe Hulett 

ROW 4 

Shannon Kollmeyer 
James Lemery 
Dave Mansfield 
Dave Miller 
John Moffitt 
Tom Nelson 
Jim Paton 

ROW 5 

Gerald Perryman 
Ivan Peterson 
Rick Philbrick 
Dennis Raffelson 
Stu Rehnstrom 
Darrell Rung 
Charles Sandifer 

ROW 6 
Ned Shafer 
Jim Spindor 
Bill Streeter 
Randy Sweet 
John Van Dewerker 


ROW 7 
Dave Vik 
David Warren 
Kenneth Waters 
Ken Wexler 


ROW 8 

Douglas Willcox 
Ed Willgress 
Michael Williams 





















Sigma 



ROW 1 
Ed Alden 
Vincent Antonio 
Calvin Bam ford 
Michael Berry 
Dexter Brown 
Mick Cates 


ROW 2 
Dave Danielson 
Robert Diercks 
Wink Dillaway 
Jim Easley 
Wayne Foster 
Bart Giard 


ROW 3 
Rocky Grant 
Jim Harvison 
James Hinckley 
Don Horn 
Dick Hostikka 


ROW 4 
Fred Hyde 
Max Jensen 
Garth Johnson 
Gunter Konig 


ROW 5 
Andy Kranz 
Jim Lewis 
Larry Martin 


ROW 6 
Dave Maughan 
Jim McDonald 



378 






















Sigma Phi Epsilon 


ROW 1 
Pat Mooney 
Tom Newman 
James Nielsen 
Sid Pierson 
Mick Piper 
Marty Plone 


ROW 2 
Brian Reagan 
Dave Reeder 
John Ribary 
Glenn Rosander 
Tom Roth 
Red Rowley 


ROW 3 
Steve Saegesser 
Gene Sakai 
Ron Senn 
John Skirving 
Dave Smith 


ROW 4 
Lea Smith 
Bill Sund 
Don Tomlinson 
Chuck Tost 


ROW 5 
Ralph Velie 
Ken Waldrip 
Jerry Williams 


ROW 6 
Jim Young 
Don Zvvanzig 















Stimson 



ROW 1 

Olusegun Adedeji 
John Allinger 
Peter Anderson 
Fred Appel 
Tony Appel 


ROW 2 
George Baker 
Bill Bates 
John Bloomquist 
Mel Boston 
Bob Brommer 


ROW 3 
Gary Bruce 
James Bull 
Clyde Christie 
Richard Cowan 
Dave Diefendorf 


ROW 4 
Richard Dietz 
Kent Elsey 
John Erickson 
Charles Eyer 


ROW 5 
Gary Favro 
Jim Fowler 



380 





























Stimson 




ROW 1 
John Gilbert 
Dan Godfrey 
Jerry Gould 
Mike Gould 
Bob Guard 


ROW 2 
Toby Gustafson 
John Hakala 
Ron Harder 
Roger Helmberger 
Melvin Herd rick 


ROW 3 
Richard Hill 
Dan Howell 
Paul Humes 
George Hurst 
Mike Jennings 


ROW 4 
Mike Kinyon 
Karl Kipping 
A1 Kirkwood 
Bob Koch 


ROW 5 
Ralph Koontz 
Jon Krause 


381 

























Stimson 


ROW 1 
Yim Lee 
Howard Lucus 
Dennis Lum 
Robert Mansfield 
Larry Martin 


ROW 2 
John Marvin 
Bill Maxwell 
Dennis McKern 
Tom McKern 
George McQueen 


ROW 3 
Robert Middle 
Larry Mirosh 
Pat Moore 
Roger Muller 
Greg Neumann 


ROW 4 
Ron Olsen 
Gary Onstot 
Ed Pearson 
Pat Pendell 


ROW 5 
Steve Pepke 
John Perry 







dTM 



h 


382 

























Stimson 




ROW 1 
Gary Pfaff 
John Prine 
Dick Raugust 
Dave Rawls 
Dave Repp 


ROW 2 

Ronald Riedasch 
Walker Roberts 
Dave Rose 
Ed Scott 
Richard Seitz 


ROW 3 
Larry Sims 
Richard Stevens 
Darrel Stuver 
Gary TabSsinske 
Jim Tiernan 


ROW 4 
Dave Tufts 
Yosh Uchida 
Vance Vallandigham 
Heiko Volkmann 


ROW 5 
Darrell Watkins 
Larry Wilson 
Ray Winship 


383 






























Tau Kappa 



ROW 1 
Robert Abrams 
Dennis Ah Mau 
Jim Allen 
John Browne 
Andre Cakarnis 
Le Roy Charf 
Roland Colliander 

ROW 2 
Lee Coveil 
Steve Cox 
Oliver Davis 
Bob Dawson 
Dave Els worth 
Ron Engelland 
Jim Erickson 

ROW 3 
Jack Flynn 
Eilif Fredriksen 
Mike Frey 
Steve Frey 
Mike Fotheringill 
Mike Forley 
Jerry Graham 

ROW 4 
Bill Harris 
Don Havens 
Mike Hicks 
Jim Holt 
Ed Jahn 
Henry Jarvits 
Mike Jepsen 

ROW 5 
Darrell Johnson 
Steve Johnson 
Dan Kain 
Russell Kasselman 
Ted Keeney 
Jim McConnell 
Bob Mitchell 

ROW 6 
Jim Moore 
Keith Moorhead 
Curtis Nakayama 
Bob Olds 
Dave Pollart 
Bill Porter 
Michael Pracna 

ROW 7 
Mike Prentis 
Gary Price 
Russ Robinett 
Duane Rossman 
Steve Severy 
Nels Si verson 


ROW 8 
Dick Steen 
Gary Stoskopf 
Craig Thompson 
Ron Vrlicak 
Jim Weaver 















ROW 1 
George Abrams 
Richard Allen 
Jim Beeks 
Dave Brace 
Larry Buckley 
Joe Carter 
Jay Cedergreen 

ROW 2 
Doug Coleman 
Darrell Corbin 
Mike Crafton 
Walt Dawson 
Jim Ellison 
Ken Erickson 
Dave Haining 

ROW 3 
Bill Hamm 
Richard Harding 
Jerry Hollerback 
Jack Honsowetz 
Larry House 
Spencer Keene 
Jerry Kiehn 

ROW 4 
Brant Koller 
John Lindsay 
John MacDougall 
Tom Martin 
Ken Martinson 
Dick McCauley 
Steve Milam 

ROW 5 
Len Neubert 
John Nold 
Larry Olson 
Craig Powell 
G. Wayne Rea 
Wayne Rimple 


ROW 6 
Paul Schroeder 
Mike Shouse 
Barton Smith 
Paul Tomita 
Phil Turrell 


ROW 7 
Ben Vincent 
Steve Wagner 
Larry Winterhouse 


385 























I 


ROW 1 
Jim Caldwell 
Monty Chaussee 
Clay Conrath 
Jerry Dake 
John Endsley 
Curt Erickson 
James Erickson 

ROW 2 
Don Essinger 
Glenn Fredericks 
Lon Graves 
Bob Green 
Bruce Greene 
Dave Herrington 
Donald Hicks 

ROW 3 
Bob James 
Bayon Jones 
Dietmar Klass 
Steve Klingler 
John Le Master 
Joe Lillengreen 
Bob McConnell 

ROW 4 
Bob McGinnis 
Patrick McGoldrick 
Dale McLain 
Patrick McMurtray 
Dave Menzies 
Calen Muse 
Kenneth Payne 

ROW 5 
Bill Rawlings 
Fred Reinke 
John Roberts 
Robert Robinson 
Mac Rogers 
Dave Schaal 
Ralph Smithers 

ROW 6 
John Swannack 
Burris Swenson 
Vance Titus 
Jeffrey L. Thompson 
Dave Tramm 
Fred Twitchell 


ROW 7 
Doug Versteeg 
Ed Victor 
William Victor 
Ray Vinup 


ROW 8 
Dennis Weaver 
Mike Wright 
John Zimmerman 



























University 
Fi restation 




ROW 1 
Ron Berg 
Jerry Bishop 
Ron Boyd 
Dwight Ferguson 
Jim Giovannini 
James Hamilton 


ROW 2 
Terry Herman 
Douglas Hopkins 
Max Hubble 
Don Kurth 
Bruce McDonald 


ROW 3 
Jim McGillis 
Robert Pennington 
Robert Smith 



387 
















ROW 1 
Allan Akesson 
Alan Atkinson 
Bill Blanton 
Stephen Blomgren 
Jim Braden 
Duane Camine 


ROW 2 
Ron Chaplin 
Fred Christiansen 
Ralph Cornwall 
David Craig 
Ken De Bord 
Dick De Graaf 


ROW 3 
Bob Eiden 
Donn Ennis 
Jerry Fife 
Vaden Floch 
Fred Garnsey 
Joel Griffith 


ROW 4 
James Hacksma 
Chet Hansen 
Charles Hayek 
Steve Heppell 
Donald Hof 


ROW 5 
John Hofland 
Jim Huber 
Doug Irvine 
Fred Ives 


ROW 6 
Bill Janes 
Donald Jarvis 
Bob Jenkins 














Waller 





ROW 1 
Mike Johanson 
Dietrich Jung 
Michael Kemp 
Robert Kurtz 
Bill Lambert 


ROW 2 
Robert Lanter 
Bob Leeds 
Dennis Ludwig 
Don MacDowell 
Wayne Mattson 
Jack McFadden 


ROW 3 
Don McKay 
Ron McKay 
Dick Pakenen 
Gary Paul 
Dick Picton 
Harry Picton 


ROW 4 

David Rasmussen 
Elno Roundy 
Gary Sakuma 
Mike Scott 
Joe L. Thomas 


ROW 5 
Chuck Tudor 
Chuck Ulm 
Noel Vaughn 
John Wells 


ROW 6 
Shannon White 
Robert Wilson 
Donald Zimmerman 




389 





























Bernie and Pat Harris. 


Married 

Students 


Frank and Vivian Krones. 


Charlene and Lewis Heimbigner. 


John and Rogie Pruitt. 


392 


Carol and Harold Sanders. 


















Marcia and Bob Boehm. 


DeeDee and George Thomas. 


Carol Ann and Ron Swearingen. 

393 


Married 

Students 


Rita and Dan Robinson. 


Gail and Dennis Obert. 








Helen and Bruce Cook. 


Darla and George Ross. 


Married 

Students 



Dick and Alma Hanson. 



Mr. and Mrs. James Hooker. 



Ron and Susan Irwin, Shirley and Mike Allert. 


394 
































I just planted a few old seeds and ... 


Brown Bagger 



See if it'll bite you again. 

Flower Show 




It does look like half a mouse! 



396 















Bidding begins with a full house present. 

Cougar Campus Chest 



Auction 


Hands go up as interested buyers reach the final decisions. 



She doesn’t look too enthusiastic but one never knows .. . 


397 

















Awards highlighted the program. 



398 


























May Queen Court: Kay Wight, Mary Ellen Stone, Nancy Nethercutt, Judy Rees, Nikki King. 



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399 



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Weekend 

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My hat blew into the turtle ring. 



Now pronounce you man, woman, and turtle. 



Throw another professor to the lions. 




A good case of incompatible turtles. 


Such a big trophy for such a little flower. 


400 






















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Kappa Kappa Gamma and Veterinary Medicine, Spurs' Songfest winners. 



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Acacia 337 

Academic Administration 22 

ADMINISTRATION 17 

African Student Union 215 

Ag Economics 230 

Argiculturist 254 

Agronomy Club 232 

AIChE 196 

AIEE-IRE 199 

Air Force 81 

Alpha Chi Omega 290 

Alpha Chi Sigma 204 

Alpha Delta Pi 291 

Alpha Gamma Delta 292 

Alpha Gamma Rho 338 

Alpha Kappa Delta 206 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 339 

Alpha Omicron Pi 293 

Alpha Phi 294 

Alpha Phi Sigma 226 

Alpha Psi 210 

Alpha Tau Alpha 235 

Alpha Tau Omega 340 

Alpha Zeta 235 

AIMME 199 

American Pharmaceutical Assn. 208 
Angel Flight 80 

Apartments 336 

Arab Student Club 214 

Army 76 

Arnold Air Society 80 

ARTS 167 

ASCA Council 228 

ASAE 196 

ASC-AIA 198 

ASCE 197 

ASME 197 

ASWSU 98 

ASWSU Committees 100 

Athletic Council 130 

AVMA Frosh 211 

AVMA Juniors 210 

AVMA Sophomores 211 

AWS 126 

Baseball 152 

Basketball 145 

Beta Gamma Sigma 200 

Beta Theta Pi 341 

Board of Control 98 

Board of Publications 238 

Board of Regents 20 

Business Management 24 

Chinook 240 

Chi Omega 295 

Choir 171 

Christian Sci. Student Org. 218 

College of Economics 

ana Business 43 

College of Education 48 

College of Home Economics 40 

College of Pharmacy 52 

College of P. E. and Recreation 53 
College of Sciences and Arts 56 

Colege of Veterinary Medicine 70 
COLLEGES AND SENIORS 29 

Coman Hall 296 

COMMUNICATIONS 237 

Community Hall 298 

Concert Band 171 

Cosmopolitan Club 215 

Cougar P. E. Assn. 212 

Crimson Circle 223 

Crimson Clover 231 

Dairy Science Club 229 


Subject Index 


Davis Hall 300 

Delta Chi 342 

Delta Delta Delta 302 

Delta Gamma 303 

Delta Sigma Phi 343 

Delta Tau Delta 344 

Delta Upsilon 345 

Duncan Dunn 304 

Engineering and Mineral Tech. 36 
Evergreen 244 

Farm House 346 

Ferry Hall 347 

FFA 229 

Football 133 

Forestry Club 236 

Freshman Class 114 

Future Vets 236 

Gamma Phi Beta 306 

Gannon Hall 349 

Golf 161 

Goldsworthy 353 

GOVERNMENT 97 

GPAR 118 

Gymnastics 159 

Hawaiian Club 217 

HONOR ARIES AND 
ORGANIZATIONS 193 

Horticulture Club 233 

IBR 116 

IFC 119 

IK’s 221 

Industrial Arts Club 201 

Institute of Ag. Sciences 30 

Institute of Technology 34 

IPAC 117 

Junior Class 110 

Junior Panhellenic 121 

Kappa Alpha Theta 307 

Kappa Delta 308 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 309 

Kappa Psi 209 

Kappa Sigma 357 

Krugel Hall 358 

KUGR 253 

KWSC 250 

Lambda Chi Alpha 361 

Lambda Kappa Sigma 209 

Lariat Club 234 

LAS 179 

Lutheran Student Ass’n. 218 

Marching Band 170 

MARRIED STUDENTS 391 

MEN 335 

McAllister Hall 362 

McCroskey Hall 310 

MILITARY 75 

Mortar Board 222 

Mu Beta Beta 231 

Mu Phi Epsilon 207 

Neill Hall 365 

Orchestra 172 

Outing Club 216 

Pakistan Students Ass’n. 214 

Panhellenic 120 

PEM Club 212 

Perham 312 


Phi Beta Kappa 

194 

Phi Chi Theta 

200 

Phi Delta Kappa 

206 

Phi Delta Theta 

368 

Phi Epsilon Kappa 

224 

Phi Eta Sigma 

225 

Phi Gamma Delta 

369 

Phi Kappa Phi 

194 

Phi Kappa Tau 

370 

Phi Kappa Theta 

371 

Phi Mu Alpha 

207 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

372 

Pi Beta Phi 

316 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

373 

Pi Lambda Theta 

225 

Pi Tau Iota 

205 

Pine Manor 

374 

Plays 

173 

Range Management 

230 

Regents Hill 

317 

Rho Chi Honor Society 

208 

Roger Williams Fellowship 

219 

ROYALTY 

255 

Scarab 

198 

Scott Hall 

323 

Senior Class 

108 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

375 

Sigma Chi 

376 

Sigma Delta Chi 

203 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon 

226 

Sigma Iota 

202 

Sigma Kappa 

326 

Sigma Kappa Phi 

206 

Sigma Nu 

377 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

378 

Sigma Tau 

195 

Sigma Tau Alpha 

205 

Sigma Xi 

Society for the Advancement of 

204 

Management 

201 

Social Coordinating Council 

213 

Sophomore Class 

112 

SPORTS 

129 

Spurs 

220 

State Relations 

28 

Stevens Hall 

327 

Stimson Hall 

380 

Stimson Senate 

224 

Streit 

329 

Student Relations 

26 

Swimming 

158 

Symphonic Band 

172 

Tau Beta Pi 

195 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

384 

Technometer 

239 

Tennis 

162 

Theta Chi 

385 

Theta Sigma Phi 

203 

Theta Xi 

386 

Track 

155 

UCCF 

219 

University Firestation 

378 

University Photo 

238 

Waller Hall 

388 

Wilmer Hall 

333 

WOMEN 

298 

WRA 

163 

Wrestling 

160 

YMCA 

124 

YWCA 

122 


404 






Student-Faculty Index 


A 



Amundsen, Joyce 


329 

Atkeson, Michael 



216 

Barney, John M. 


362 

Bentzon, Jan 155 

1S6 




Amundsen, Virginia 


312 

Atkinson, Alan 



388 

Barney, John S. 


357 

Berg, Beverly 





Anabtawi, Jamal 


214 

Auburg, Charles 


215 

218 

Barnhard, Sindra 


312 

Berg, Bonnie 


Aagard, Virginia 

99 

309 

Anastasio, Kathryn 


116 

August, Stanley 



347 

Barnhart, Leona 122 

205 

308 

Berg, Gary 


Aamot, Lance 

347 

375 

Andersen, Linda 


323 

Ault, Nelson 



58 

Barofsky, Douglas 


60 

Berg, Rauny 103 

123 

Aanenson, Charles 

116 

117 

Anderson, Arlene E. 

60 

120 

Ault, Ora 



207 

Barrett, Brian 

77 

358 

Berg, Ronald 




374 


127 

302 

Aune, Darrell 



362 

Barricklow, Evelyn 


60 

Berg, Russell 197 

216 

Aanenson, James 

116 

374 

Anderson, Arlene M. 

111 

302 

Auseth, Martin 



349 


108 

310 

Berger, Donald 

202 

Aaring, Janice 

48 

302 

Anderson, Berge 


362 

Auseth, Neva 


231 

312 

Barrigas, Joseph 

347 

371 

Berger, Frances 


Abbott, Donna 


308 

Anderson, Bonnie 


291 

Austin, Albert 



375 

Barry, Patricia 

60 

333 

Berger, Janet 


Abbott, Michael 

134 

138 

Anderson, Charlene 


323 

Austin, George 


35 

215 

Bartelheimer, Danny 


229 

Berger, Robert 

233 

Abbott, Nancy 


317 

Anderson, Dennis 


368 

Austin, Helen 



215 

Bartelheimer, Linnea 


80 

Berger, Sally 

61 

Abdo, Mohamed 

60 

214 

Anderson, Dorman 


198 

Austin, Janice 



211 


107 

260 

Berger, Susan 

48 

Abe, Rie 


298 


223 

239 

Austin, Jean 



292 

Bartels, Jan 


211 

127 

222 

Abendroth, Carolyn 

216 

312 

Anderson, Donald 


211 

Averett, Arline 



165 

Bartholet, Jane 

106 

290 

Berggren, Judith 


Abrams, Lloyd 


385 

Anderson, Gary 77 

195 

358 

Avery, Emmett 



194 

Bartholet, John 


36 

Berglund, Sandra 


Abrams, Mary 


327 

Anderson, Gloria 


317 

Avey, Michael 1 

15 

118 

377 

Bartholet, Stephen 


365 

Berilla, Linda 


Abrams, Robert 

114 

384 

Anderson, Georgette 


60 

Axlund, Richard 

44 

102 

344 

Bartlett, Howard 


219 

Bernath, Michael 


Ace, Withlow 


217 


117 

300 

Ayers, Linda 


126 

206 

Barton, Carol 


295 

Bernhardt, Connie 


Ackert, James 


99 

Anderson, Gary 


78 

268 

280 

309 

Bates, Marjorie 


317 

Berry, Bradford 

32 

Ackley, Michael 


353 

Anderson, George 

212 

361 

Ayers, Patsy 



300 

Bates, Stan 

25 

130 

234 

254 

Ackley, William 


233 

Anderson, Heidi 


306 





Bates, William 

52 

208 

Berry, Kathleen M. 


Adams, Dale 

44 

353 

Anderson, Hilding 


373 





209 

224 

380 

Berry, Kathleen R. 


Adams, Donald 


60 

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294 

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309 

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329 

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309 

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365 

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124 

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112 

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194 

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212 

323 

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211 

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60 

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112 

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266 

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108 

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60 

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209 

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195 

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59 

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48 

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60 

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103 

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44 

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199 

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60 

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329 

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194 

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316 


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375 

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327 

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60 

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293 

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208 

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329 

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307 

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385 

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263 

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304 

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194 

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114 

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219 

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349 

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195 

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329 

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380 

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291 

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317 

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110 

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312 

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226 

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104 

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195 

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304 

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210 

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312 


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80 

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194 

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32 

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340 

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377 

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223 

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195 

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80 

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329 

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215 

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269 

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337 

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155 

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60 

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296 

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349 

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337 

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230 

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58 

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236 

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216 

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329 

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108 

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224 

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312 

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48 

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205 

308 

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317 

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236 

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44 

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155 

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298 

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317 

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203 

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48 

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197 

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365 


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134 

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114 

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369 

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296 

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60 

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339 

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312 

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349 

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135 

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121 

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323 

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36 

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106 

373 

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293 

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26 

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106 

215 


196 

388 

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77 

100 

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136 

377 

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347 

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231 

318 

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48 

108 


107 

327 

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317 

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312 

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77 

369 


207 

309 

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227 

235 

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361 

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216 

225 

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77 

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272 

290 

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219 

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250 

251 

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378 

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136 

370 

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231 

339 

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211 


252 

344 

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323 

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102 

120 

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36 

197 

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24 

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327 

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317 

194 

225 

290 

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158 

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27 

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124 

125 

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218 

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202 

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380 

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329 

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329 

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32 

228 

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61 

296 

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31 

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310 

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198 

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358 

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108 

307 

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307 

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78 

374 

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27 

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357 

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208 

312 

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220 

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202 

217 

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343 

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226 

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210 

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36 

223 

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135 

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353 

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195 

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231 

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252 

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48 

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333 

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298 

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347 

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317 

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135 

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231 

333 

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385 

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221 

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349 

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380 

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125 

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48 


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71 

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343 

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298 

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207 

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385 

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309 

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195 

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333 

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329 

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3 36 

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61 

393 

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197 

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353 

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121 

326 

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201 

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393 

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212 

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296 

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349 


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296 

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217 

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343 

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298 




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296 

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346 

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229 

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368 

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84 

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36 

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291 

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347 

374 

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310 

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105 


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216 

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384 

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216 

293 

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250 

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317 

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114 

291 

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195 

204 

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341 

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206 

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312 

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77 

345 

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373 

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215 

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251 

252 

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162 

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219 

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202 

291 

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220 

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378 

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128 

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323 

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327 

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206 

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32 

342 

Caldwell, James 


386 

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317 

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103 

294 

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121 

293 

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200 

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317 

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221 

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374 

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329 

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341 

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211 

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80 

290 

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194 

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196 

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362 

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234 

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155 

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121 

312 

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48 

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102 

110 

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115 

312 

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388 

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195 

204 

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36 

198 


128 

293 

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317 

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326 

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220 

294 

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341 

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377 

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198 

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353 

Colwell, Linda 


318 

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114 

302 

Brown, Laurence 

202 

347 

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203 

244 

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384 

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327 

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236 

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123 

317 

Cameron, Judith 

105 

126 

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312 

Colyar, Jean 

205 

310 

Boore, William 


201 

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365 


127 

306 

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36 

353 

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216 

Boots, Larry 32 

229 

235 

Brown, Robert 


349 

Cameron, Penny 

205 

307 

Chase, Joan 106 

112 

312 

Conant, Charles 


44 

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302 

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329 

Cameron, Robin 

102 

118 

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323 

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199 

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32 

194 

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216 

339 


266 

307 

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225 

343 

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349 

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127 

128 

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362 

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329 

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365 

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123 


225 

312 

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71 

210 

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212 

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100 

107 


240 

293 

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225 

304 

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338 

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357 


220 

302 

Conklin, Becky 


318 

Borlin, Nancy 


317 

Browne, John 

135 

384 

Camp, Kay 

234 

290 

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132 

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220 

309 

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218 

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82 

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196 

346 

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214 

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3 76 

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329 


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337 

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357 

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386 

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61 

298 

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203 

250 

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323 

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215 

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119 

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212 


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380 

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197 

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49 

309 

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353 

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317 

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207 

295 

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27 

106 

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300 

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80 

386 

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226 

380 

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310 


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215 

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250 

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318 

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77 

349 

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194 

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257 

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199 

365 

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77 

370 

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310 

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245 

265 

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333 

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26 

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329 

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329 


246 

292 

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134 

136 

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205 

310 

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44 

394 

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312 

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317 

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114 

357 

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347 

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312 

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353 

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194 

Campbell, Lewis 


211 

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195 

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160 

201 

Bowelle, Sheila 


329 

Brumniett, Gary 


347 

Campbell, Riley 

194 

377 

Ching, Arnold 


217 

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358 

Bowen, Barbara 


323 

Bruns, Kaye 


329 

Campbell, Robert 

62 

246 

Chiotti, Sharon 

101 

327 

Cook, Douglas 

119 

361 

Bowen, William 


349 

Bruns, Rosemary 


317 


254 

349 

Chisholm, Marilyn 


300 

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394 

Bower, Catherine 


327 

Brunstad, Harold 


347 

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119 

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122 

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76 78 

Bowker, Marion 103 

128 

307 

Brust, Donald 


210 

Campbell, Sandra 


215 


123 

317 

Cook, Shirley 

49 

127 

Bowles, Robert 


365 

Bryan, James A. 228 

232 

235 


218 

300 

Christean, Lorin 


136 


194 

300 

Bowman, Carolyn 


312 

Bryan, James E. 

211 

226 

Campbell, Susan 


296 

Christensen, Carolyn 


329 

Cook, Terry 100 

107 

131 

Bowman, George 


206 

Bryan, Sandra 


312 

Campero, Carmen 

260 

291 

Christensen, Sandra 


333 

Cook, Thomas 


373 

Bowman, Malcolm 


336 

Bryant, James 

346 

347 

Campin, W'illiam 


362 

Christensen, Robert 


347 

Cook, William 

83 

136 

Bowman, Susan 80 

1.15 

294 

Bryant, Judith 103 

2S7 

274 

Canaday, David 


61 

Christian, Elijah, Jr. 

210 

211 


224 

341 

Boy, Robert 


202 

Brzoska, Paul 


375 

Caniparoli, Laureltc 


317 

Christian, Kevin 

112 

371 

Cooley, Linda 


291 

Boyce, John 


373 

Buchanan, Dale 

61 

343 

Cannon, Dennis 


197 

Christiansen, Fredric 


388 

Coolidge, Dick 


239 

Boyce, Thomas 


373 

Buchanan, Dennis 


375 

Canque, Gene 

212 

217 

Christiansen, Nora 


316 

Coombs, Susan 

165 

333 

Boyd, Anita 


317 

Buchanan, Linda 

106 

307 


312 

347 

Christie, Clyde 


380 

Coombs, Audrey 


327 

Boyd, Kathleen 


312 

Buchanan, Marian 


307 

Capponi, Jim 


78 

Christy, Penelope 

199 

303 

Cooney, Jerry 61 

194 

362 

Boyd, Lawrence 


347 

Buchanan, Mark 


30 

Capps, Wayne 

61 

219 

Chrysler, Beverly 


308 

Coon, Sharon 207 

265 

303 

Boyd, Ronald 

201 

387 

Buchanan, Thomas 

92 

162 

Cardwell, John 


373 

Chung, Ronald 


217 

Coonrad, Daniel 

228 

234 

Boyd, Sandra 

112 

303 


194 

223 

Carey, Barbara 


329 

Church, Glen 


71 

Cooper, John 

44 

194 

Boyer, Barry 


248 

Bucholtz, Darleen 


294 

Carey, Mathew' 105 

107 

238 

Church, W'illiam 


340 


200 

216 

Boyle, Timothy 


336 

Buckley, Larry 


385 

Carey, Robin 


298 

Churchill, Candace 


295 

Cooper, Jean 

41 

218 

Braat, Benjamin 


211 

Buckman, Nancy 

215 

300 

Carey, Thomas B. Jr. 


211 

Churchill, Richard 


213 

Cooper, William 


160 

Brace, David 


385 

Buckman, Roger 


370 

Carkoski, Sue 102 

103 

106 


221 

358 

Cope, Claudia 

121 

293 

Brachcr, Randall 


61 

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32 3 

126 

128 

213 

Claeson, Ernest T., Jr. 

353 

Copp, Robert 

101 

357 

Brackenbush, Rita 


323 

Buess, Judith 41 

107 

120 

Carlon, Michael 

54 

152 

Clapp, Gertrude 


327 

Corbett, Joseph B., Jr 


342 

Brackett, Ada 

104 

205 

194 

222 

302 

Carlson, John E. 

235 

236 

Clapp, Robert 


342 

Corbin, Darrell 


385 

220 

264 

296 

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376 

Carlson, John G. 61 

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368 

Clarey, Diane 

248 

317 

Corder, John 36 

199 

358 

Brackett, Lawrence 

119 

372 

Buhr, Melvin 

201 

358 

Carlson, Larry 


144 

Clark, Bruce 


362 

Corderman, Gerald 


78 

Bradbury, Jade 

114 

294 

Buitenveld, Sally 

110 

296 

Carlson, Linda 10 3 

128 

316 

Clark, Edward 


110 


118 

369 

Bradbury, Timothy 


3 S 3 

Bull, William 


202 

Carlson, Melvin 


374 

Clark, Eugene 


43 

Corkery, Martha 61 

240 

304 

Braden, Janies 


388 

Bull, James 36 

199 

380 

Carlson, Ruth 


203 

Clark, John 


226 

Corlctt, Robert 

77 

347 

Braden, Norman 


22 

Bundy, Howard 


61 

Carlson, Thomas 


236 

Clark, Terrill 

205 

329 

Corlew, Robert 


199 

Bradfield, Nina 


327 

Bunnell, Dianna 


323 

Carlson, Vernon 

235 

236 

Clarke, William 

124 

369 

Corliss, Margaret 


290 

Bradford, Carole 


312 

Buob, Philip 


362 

Carlton, Darlene 

48 

323 

Clary, Peter 


210 

Cornish, Norman 


101 

Bradford, Joan 

106 

220 

Burdick, Roberta 

176 

300 

Carlton, Richard 


336 

Clavey, Darrell 


336 


202 

339 

265 

266 

302 

Burger, Frances 

105 

334 

Carman, Richard 

202 

373 

Claus, Sharon 

104 

316 

Cornish, Sidney 


349 

Bradford, Yolanda 


323 

Burgeson, Sharyl 

80 

308 

Carmichael, Kenneth 


339 

Clayton, Susan 61 

194 

323 

Cornutt, Howard 


76 

Bradley, Jo Anne 


295 

Burgess, Sharon 

61 

306 

Carnahan, Michael 


357 

Cleary, C. Alanna 


329 

Cornwall, Norah 


293 

Bradley, Joseph 

107 

202 

Burkheinier, Barbara 

267 

295 

Carnine, Duane 32 

236 

388 

Cleaveland, Charles 


224 

Cornwall, Ralph 32 

236 

388 

Bradley, Robert 


210 

Burleigh, Douglas 

111 

362 

Carosella, Paul 

155 

358 

Clegg, Margaret 

261 

316 

Cornwell, Felicia 

215 

300 

Brady, Linda 

116 

117 

Burlingame, Donald 


347 

Carothers, Frances 

100 

107 

Clem, David 


195 

Cornw'ell, Janice 

205 

304 


202 

317 

Burnard, Jay 


369 

220 

231 

308 

Clement, Marncll 

41 

194 

Corser, George 

204 

239 

Brake, Perry 61 76 77 

365 

Burnard, John 


369 

Carpenter, Janet 


323 


219 

293 

Corsmo, Catherine 


333 

Brammer, Marshall 


347 

Burns, Mary 

113 

298 

Carpenter, Rosalie 


298 

Clements, Richard 


77 

Corvi, Alfred S., Jr. 


213 

Bramstedt, William 


349 

Burnside, Gary 


347 

Carr, Alan 

221 

349 


221 

377 


221 

376 

Branco, Allen 


135 

Burrell, Neil 


195 

Carr, Judith 

213 

304 

Clerf, Roger 


232 

Cosgrove, Terry 


211 

Brand, Julie 


329 

Burrell, Debra 


326 

Carroll, Ann 


296 

Clevenger, John 

26 

107 

Cosminsky, Shelia 

206 

215 

Branning, Martin 


61 

Burr, Elizabeth 


310 

Carswell, Dennis 

114 

118 

Click, Daryl 

201 

374 

Coson, Frederick 


347 

Branscomb, Bruce 


71 

Burrington, Norman 


349 


202 

340 

Click, Gregory 

98 

105 

Costner, Connie 


296 

Bratton, Rosa lee 


310 

Burris, William K. Jr. 

211 

Carter, Joe 


385 

176 

203 

238 

Costner, Gary 52 

208 

209 

Brayton, F. Charles 


152 

Burton, Robert 

61 

250 

Carter, Martha 


323 

Click, Sandra 


317 

Coulthard, John 


376 

Breaker, Gary 


195 


252 

341 

Carter, Ronald 250 

253 

340 

Clifford, Eric 

100 

365 

Coumbs, George 


347 

Brea key, Maryan 48 

225 

317 

Burton, Betse 

213 

329 

Carter, W'illiam 


347 

Clift, Michael 


371 

Cournyer, James 


347 

Bremner, Bryan 

61 

337 

Busch, Carol 


316 

Cartony, Evelyn 110 

118 

206 

Cline, Charles 

253 

372 

Courrier, John 


357 

Brenchley, Gloria 61 

219 

317 

Busch, Terry 

161 

212 

Carvill, Richard 


347 

Cline, Sandy 

54 

304 

Counright, Dennis 


362 

Brende, Judith 


317 

Busche, Penny 

80 

306 

Case, Arthur 

44 

346 

Clinton, Sharon 

112 

304 

Cousins, W'illiam 


337 

Bridges, William 

48 

155 

Bush, Lynn 

225 

317 

Case, William 


78 

Clyde, David 106 

221 

338 

Cousyn, Jack, Jr. 

44 

372 

Brines, Sandra 


293 

Bushy, Pat 


246 

Casmier, Richard 

118 

371 

Coates, Laura 


317 

Covell, Lee 


384 


406 











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353 

Davis, Dick 


112 

Dolan, Richard 

44 

201 

F.ggers, Dave 


349 

Everest, Lloyd 


25 

Cowan, Richard 


3 80 

Davis, Gloria 

113 

220 

Doland, Charles 

105 

124 

Ehlers, John 

221 

375 

Everett, Peter 


350 

Cowie, Midge 


326 


264 

309 


221 

369 

Ehresman, Julie 


296 

F.verharo, Janice 


298 

Cox, Jerry 


211 

Davis, Jacquelyn 

114 

312 

Doll, Donna 


312 

Eide, Ann 


327 

Ewald, Constance 


312 

Cox,John 


202 

Davis, Joanne 


300 

Dolliver, William 


370 

Eiden, Robert 


388 

Ewing, Karen 


300 

Cox, Kenneth 


52 

Davis, Judith 

41 

292 

Dolquist, John 


361 

Eiscnbarth, Donald 

106 

204 

F.wing, James 

45 

362 

Cox, Margaret 


194 

Davis, Linda 


298 

Donahue, Sharon 

103 

291 

Ekstran, Diane 

100 

290 

Eyer, Charles 


380 

Cox, Sharon 


300 

Davis, Mrs. Margaret 


106 

Doncaster, Florence 


318 

Elderburg, Paul 

118 

357 

Eyer, Martha 


225 

Cox, Steven 


384 

Davis, Nancy 


323 

Doneen, Dianne 


323 

Elder, Betty 

231 

323 




Crady, Judith 


312 

Davis, Oliver 62 

105 

384 

Donegan, Patricia 


330 

Elder, James 


59 




Crady, Patricia 


292 

Davis, Peggy 


318 

Donley, William 


347 

Eldridge, Leonard 


211 

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Crafton, Michael 

248 

385 

Davis, Peter 


211 

Donovan, George 

100 

101 

Eldridge, Susan 

265 

316 




Craggs, Jeffery 


337 

Davis, Richard 


346 


102 

106 

Elefson, Eugene 


71 




Craig, David 

44 

194 

Davis, Robert 


78 

Doolin, Ann 


304 

Eliot, Blain 


136 

Fabian, Felix 


226 


201 

388 

Davis, Roger 78 

112 

374 

Doolittle, William 

201 

349 

Ellefsen, Edward 


353 

Fadness, Dolores 


318 

Craine, Lloyd 


199 

Dawson, Douglas 


353 

Doonan, Stephen 


371 

Ellefson, Nancy 


327 

Fafara, Edward 


195 

Crainer, Gail 32 

235 

342 

Dawson, Jeffery 


349 

Doser, Elden 


211 

Ellington, Ronald 


196 

Fagg, Patricia 


292 

Cramer, Lynn 


293 

Dawson, Julie 


298 

Doty, Russell 


353 

Elliott, Adelbert 

37 

197 

Fah, Naomi* 121 

165 

306 

Crandall, Joan 116 

220 

329 

Dawson, Larry 

36 

109 

Douglas, Clark 


353 

Elliott, David 


362 

Fairhart, E. Michael 

78 

354 

Crandell, S. Judson 


58 

Dawson, Richard 

118 

342 

Douglas, Helen 

62 

327 

Ellis, Robert 


350 

Falconer, Barbara 


312 

Cranney, Gary 


211 

Dawson, Robert 


384 

Douglas, Jack 

37 

197 

Ellison, Benjamin 


37 

Faletto, Richard 80 8Z 83 

Crawford, E. E., Jr. 

219 

340 

Dawson, Walt 


385 

Douglas, Paula 


310 

Ellison, James 


385 

Fall is, Linda 


3IZ 

Crawford, Joan 

163 

164 

Day, Linda 

62 

303 

Douglas, Timothy 


213 

Ellison, Mary 


300 

Fallstrom, Carole 


114 


194 

212 

Dayot, Vivencio 


195 


221 

225 

Ellison, Nancy 


49 


205 

326 

Crawford, Ronald G. 

212 

224 

Deakin, Gerald 

36 

195 

Douglass, Gordon 

103 

377 

Ellsperman, Mary 


104 

Fanelli, Henry 


211 

Crawford, Ronald W. 


336 

Deakin, Joyce 


333 

Douglass, Lawrence 

2 30 

236 


220 

306 

Fankhauser, Carol 


295 

Creasman, Sally 

123 

296 

Dean, Donald 


339 

Dow, Joan 


333 

Elmore, Ruth 

106 

298 

Fankhauser, Richard 


233 

Crecelius, Sylvia 


304 

Dean, Jeffrey 


161 

Dow, Judith 


300 

F.Is, Janies 


209 

Fanning, Catherine 


300 

Crespi, Carol 103 

265 

307 

De Bord, Kenneth 

36 

195 

Dowd, Linda 


323 

F.lsburv Barbara 


330 

Farah, Abu 


214 

Crider, Claudia 


329 


197 

388 

Dowd, Leonard 


44 

Elsey, Kent 32 

235 

380 

Faris, Therone 

37 

197 

Crinklaw, Gerald 


372 

De Britz, Gloria 

no 

300 

Downing, Ann 


296 

Elsom, Don 


375 

Farmer, Carolyn 


307 

Crinklaw, Wayne 

100 

107 

Decker, Delinar 


362 

Downing, April 


290 

Elsworth, David 


384 

Farner, Donald 


22 


224 

372 

Dedrick, Mary 62 

206 

323 

Downing, Jill 

116 

312 

Elsworth, Kenneth 


347 

Farrell, William 


347 

Crocker, Susan 

49 

316 

De Freece, Lauren 


44 

Downing, Joan 


208 

Emel, William 


204 

Farrow, John 


370 

Crockett, Kathleen 


296 

Degg, Stayna 

49 

296 

Downing, Kay 


304 

Emerson, Barbara 

49 

327 

Faught, Eileen 

101 

323 

Crockett, Sharon 


329 

De Graaf, Dick, Jr. 

208 

209 

Downing, Ronald 

54 

224 

Endsley, John 

152 

386 

Faull, Gary 


347 

Croker, William 


100 


221 

388 

Draggoo, Joyce 


330 

Enebo, Harold 


210 

Favero, Martin 


204 


107 

358 

Dehner, Katherine 


318 

Dragnich, Michael 


362 

Eng, Peter 37 

198 

217 

Favro, Gary 


380 

Cromer, Robert 

212 

376 

De Jong, Anthonia 

215 

303 

Drew, Michael 

144 

341 

Engelking, Glen 

196 

347 

Featherstone, Charles 221 

358 

Cromwell, G. N., Jr. 

253 

344 

Deliganis, Sam 

208 

209 

Drinkard, Emma 

121 

128 

Engeltand, Ron 

158 

384 

Feenan, Eugene 

32 

216 

Crook, John 


198 

Delo, Lew 


77 


212 

291 

Engclstad, Per 


119 


232 

365 

Cross, David 


207 

Delony, Jon 


78 

Driskill, Richard 

62 

365 

Enger, Kathleen 


312 

Feider, Gary 62 

108 

374 

Cross, Miriam 


318 

De Luca, Catherine 

62 

318 

Drisscl, Claudia 


333 

Enger, Patricia 


295 

Feider, Janet 


295 

Crossett, Carol 


318 

Delzer, Dennis 


199 

Driver, Ivan 


197 

Engeset, Jan 


236 

Feise, Jack 


24 

Crossler, Gerald 


161 

De Matis, Carole 


318 

Druffel, Thomas 


230 

Engle, Gladys 


211 

Felber, R. J., Jr. 

155 

341 

Croston, Ralph 101 

107 

217 

De Matis, Katherine 


318 

Drummond, Robert 


344 

Englehardt, Barbara 

165 

206 

Feldman, Frank 


368 

Crow'c, David 

36 

197 

De Meerleer, James 


3 39 

Drummond, Vee 

37 

199 


225 

306 

Felgenhauer, Donald 


194 

Crowe, Virginia 


41 

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304 

Drury, Edward 


353 

English, Mary 


330 


195 

199 

Cubbage, Cherie 


294 

De Mers, Daphne 


318 

Duckworth, Judy 

271 

318 

Engvall, Lesley 


333 

Feller, Kenneth 


365 

Culver, Jo Ann 

49 

310 

De Meyer, David 


368 

Dudley, Gordon 


215 

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388 

Fellows, Linda 


303 

Culver, Larry 

202 

376 

Demick, Duke 


210 

Dudley, Thelma 


215 

Ennis, Megan 


41 

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124 

369 

Cummings, Helen 

220 

318 

Denny, Jerry 

77 

101 

Duenwald, Jeffrey 


211 

Enos, Virgil 


132 

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318 

Cunningham, John 


175 


112 

339 

Duey, Charlene 

216 

308 

Ensign, Gordon 


338 

Fenner, Bruce 


3 54 


176 

338 

Denny, Ray 

101 

166 

Duggar, Judy 


310 

Ensor, David 37 

196 

353 

Fennimore, Beverly 


318 

Currie, John 101 

136 

339 


221 

247 

Dujmovich, Judith 

80 

295 

Epley, SFC Fred 


76 

Ferguson, Barbara 


333 

Curry, David 


219 

Densmore, Franklin 

195 

198 

Du Mars, Bill 


337 

Epperson, Edward 


199 

Ferguson, Dwight 


32 

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310 

Densmore, Joy 


106 

Dumas, Bud 

119 

357 

Epstein, Elizabeth 


298 


234 

387 

Curtis, David 

195 

218 

Denton, Karen 


106 

Dunbar, Donald 


108 

F.pton, Constance 80 

220 

303 

Ferguson, Gary 

102 

207 


221 

353 

Depner, Delbert 

201 

349 

Dunbar, Jill 

265 

295 

F.rceg, Sandra 


294 

Ferguson, Judith 

41 

294 

Cusack, Kathleen 


329 

De Roshia, Charles 


194 

Duncan, Bonnie 176 

253 

310 

Erdman, Joyce 


304 

Ferguson, Pamela 


290 

Cushing, Carol 245 

246 

294 

Derr, Dennis 


226 

Dunckel, Norman 


229 

Ericksen, Harry 


358 

Ferguson, Sharon 

41 

291 

Cutshall, Jerry 


369 

Des Marteau, Darryl 


204 

Dunlap, Gretchen 


49 

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205 

308 

Ferrand, Denys 


230 




Desimone, Mary 


333 


122 

309 

Erickson, Anna 


203 

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295 




Dcterling, Raymond 


62 

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304 

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386 

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114 

312 

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Deutcr, Robert 


372 

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349 

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37 

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202 

294 

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326 

Dunn, Virginia 


327 


195 

197 

Field, Irving 


200 




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368 

Dunning, Barbara 

41 

213 

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250 

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388 

Dacy, Donna 


300 

Dew, Michael 


347 


266 

291 

Erickson, Eric 

228 

346 

Finch, Mike 


229 

Dagg, Charles 


341 

De Young, Stephanie 


329 

Dunning, Clothilde 


318 

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206 

Finch, Sandra 126 

128 

327 

Dagle, Gerald 

71 

210 

Dezell, Margaret 

207 

318 

Dunsmoor, John 


349 

Erickson, Gary 


353 

Fink, Gregory 

208 

209 

Dagle, Margaret 


194 

Dhindsa, Satwant 


215 

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347 

Erickson, Gene 4 5 

202 

377 

Fink, Wynne 

49 

333 

Dahl, Edward 36 

197 

358 

Dibblee, Christine 

205 

291 

Durall, Donald 


54 

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386 

Finley, Linda 


312 

Dahl, James 

144 

347 

Dick, William 

247 

361 

Duran, Servet 


34 

Erickson, James L. 

45 

384 

Finney, Mike 


337 

Dahl, Kathryn 


300 

Dickey, Darryl 


36 

Durant, Elaine 


316 

Erickson, Jeanette 


296 

Finnila, James 37 

195 

365 

Dahlbcrg, Phyllis 


309 

Dickson, Pollard 


353 

Durant, Richard 


37 

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120 

127 

Fischbach, Robert 

62 

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349 

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208 

209 

Durkce, David 

62 

344 


222 

303 

Fischer, Frances 


313 

Dahlstrom, Jean 80 

266 

303 

Dicfendorf, David 


380 

Durrant, Sue 


165 

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198 

Fischer, George 


30 

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197 

Diehl, Kendra 

80 

112 

Durrett, Marilyn 62 

108 

294 

Erickson, John R. 

32 

194 

Fischer, Richard 

37 

195 

Dake, Jerry 


386 


248 

295 

Dutton, Richard 


32 

232 

235 

380 


197 

365 

Dakers, Janice 


329 

Diercks, Karen 


49 

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347 

Erickson, Judith 


318 

Fisher, Carol 


292 

Dalbotten, Marlys 

128 

294 

Diercks, Robert 

44 

378 

Dybfest, Tore 

202 

376 

Erickson, Kay 103 

120 

307 

Fisher, George 103 

221 

362 

Daley, John 

118 

221 

Diesman, Carolynn 


307 

Dybing, Robert 

44 

374 

Erickson, Keith 


339 

Fisher, Suzanne 

123 

306 

Daly, Clark 

44 

344 

Dietrich, Catherine 


316 

Dyer, Irwin 


234 

Erickson, Kenneth W 

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77 

Fitzgerald, Judith 


291 

Daly, Michael 


365 

Dietrichson, Paul 


357 

Dyer, Jerry 


347 

101 

221 

385 

Fitzsimmons, Charles 


376 

Damm, Rebecca 


312 

Dietsch, Phyllis 

49 

225 




Erickson, Linda 

163 

166 

Fjeseth, Aria 

49 

318 

Damon, Ward 


341 

Dietz, Richard 


380 





212 

323 

Flanagan, Edward 


354 

Danaghoe, Walt 


217 

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62 

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210 

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296 

Daniel, Marcia 

165 

318 

Dietz, Willadene 


49 




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78 

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236 

Daniel, Robert C. 


246 

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196 

362 

Flatt, James 


195 

Daniel, Robert E. 


358 

Digcrud, Jan 37 

195 

198 

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207 

349 

Erickson, Ronald 

17 

361 

Flatt, William 37 

199 

350 

Daniels, Charles 


202 

Diksen, Sonya 

246 

318 

Eash, Margaret 102 

116 

298 

Ericson, Ardith 

240 

304 

Fleming, Douglas 


377 

Daniels, James 

158 

342 

Dillaway, Wink 


378 

Easley, James 

155 

378 

Eriksen, Tracy 37 

196 

365 

Fleming, James 

77 

358 

Danielson, David 


378 

Dille, Andrea 


296 

Eason, Darrell 


338 

Eriksson, Emil W., Jr. 

213 

Fleming, Lynn 


197 

Danquist, Gerald 

101 

208 

Dilley, Marjorie 


296 

Eastham, Cheryl 


302 

Eshelinan, Robert 


353 

Fleming, Richard 


206 


209 

365 

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210 

Eastlick, Herbert 

57 

201 

Eskenazi, Samuel 

203 

353 

Fletcher, David 


377 

Dapper, Diane 

61 

333 

Dillon, Mary 

216 

330 

Eastman, William 


338 

Espescth, Joanne 


318 

Fletcher, Frances 

62 

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329 

Dills, John 


349 

Easton, Margaret 


333 

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201 

371 

127 

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309 

Darnell, Alan 


376 

Dingle, Richard 


228 

Eaton, Juil 


312 

Esser, Sharon 

259 

291 

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77 

Darnell, Louis 


347 

Dinsmore, Gary 


196 

Ebel, William 2 30 

235 

376 

Essinger, Donald 


3 86 

Fletcher, Kim 


347 

Darrow, Christine 

118 

290 

Dire, Michael 


341 

Eberhardt, Barry 


377 

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215 

235 

Floch, Vaden 32 

229 

388 

Dauer, Victor 


212 

Dirstine, Roger 


357 

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202 

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307 

Daugheritv, Reed 62 80 82 

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236 

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312 

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213 

358 

Flowers, Franklin 


362 

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357 

Divers, Barbara 


71 

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312 

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347 

Davidson, Donald 


44 

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295 

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203 

221 

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226 

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206 


249 

372 

Dixon, Donald 


210 

250 

251 

252 

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340 

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384 

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201 

249 

Dixon, Helen 


330 

Eddington, Arthur 


62 

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327 

Flynn, Kathleen 


296 

Davidson, Michael 


372 

Dixon,Jean 


318 

Eddy, Earl 

124 

349 

Evans, Dennis A. 


347 

Flynn, Patricia 


313 

Davidson, Robert 


124 

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208 

209 

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365 

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199 

371 

Fohmer, Richard 


376 

Davies, Vernon 

107 

206 

Dixon, Robert 

347 

371 

Edgar, Kenneth 

37 

197 

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104 

Foley, Irene 


318 

Davis, Bertys 


296 

Dobson, Terrence 


83 

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207 

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210 

Folkins, Mary 


323 

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296 


108 

373 

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194 

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54 

212 

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197 

336 

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357 

Dodge, Paul 37 

196 

223 

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49 

201 

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246 

353 

Fonda, Raul 


198 

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304 


235 

346 

Edwards, H. Douglas 

77 

362 

Evans, Martha 


318 

Foote, Teresa 


318 

Davis, David 


216 

Dodgcn, Harold 


24 

Edwards, L. Dean 


62 

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370 

Force, Joanne 


310 

Davis, Deanna 


327 

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209 

304 

Edwards, Sharron 


323 

Evans, Stanley 118 

213 

338 

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146 

148 


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Forley, Mike 


384 

Garnsey, Frederick 


49 

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49 

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326 

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106 

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62 


78 

388 

Gradwohl, Richard 

76 77 

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371 

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41 

194 

Forney, Neil 


354 

Garrett, Abigail 


318 

Graep, Roberta 

303 

Hailey, Leslie 

242 

302 


215 

319 

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300 

Garrett, Betty 

207 

298 

Graff, Richard 

350 

Haines, Janice 

165 

300 

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392 

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45 

201 

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230 

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158 384 

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207 

385 

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45 

201 

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368 

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330 

Graham, Janies 135 

137 139 

Hakala, John 


381 

Harris, Wendell 


359 

Forseth, Ellen 


310 

Gaspard, Linda 


324 

Graham, Nancy 

114 318 

Haldeman, Joanne 


300 

Harris, William 


384 

Fortner, Kenneth 


362 

Gaspers, Corinne 


41 

Graham, Ronald 

77 347 

Haldi, Richard 


341 

Harrison, Burt 


250 

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215 

333 

Gates, Nancy 


318 

Graham, Thomas 

3S9 

Hall, Bettie 


63 

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294 

Fosness, Bradford 

242 

365 

Gates, Patricia 


318 

Graichcn, Ronald 

354 

Hall, Beverly 

246 

292 

Harrison, Lynn 

102 

319 

Fosse, Allyn 


377 

Gaumer, Janie 

236 

330 

Grant, Mary 

107 

Hall, Carmclla 


318 

Harshman, Marv 


144 

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304 

Cause, Edwin 


152 

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225 369 

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106 

Harstad, Joanne 


330 

Foster, George 

62 

368 

Gay, Maureen 


318 

Granger, Jack 

37 377 

Hall, Kathryn 


319 

Hart, Joyce 

217 

324 

Foster, Janet 

208 

209 

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363 

Grant, Barrie 

236 354 

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376 

Hart, Mike 


371 

Foster, Warren 


347 

Gebhard, Beverly 

62 

296 

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338 347 

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165 

290 

Hart, Thomas W. Jr. 


371 

Foster, Wayne 


378 

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204 

Grant, Darroll 

2 34 

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324 

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228 

231 

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45 

384 

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62 

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158 378 

Halladay, Fred 110 

202 

369 

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333 

Fountain, Carmon 


323 

Gchrmann, Gery 


136 

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128 292 

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207 

Hartley, Helen 


330 

Foutz, Dell 

204 

226 

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298 

Grant, Lawrence 

103 

Halsan, Arnelle 


294 

Hartline, Sandra 


246 

Fowler, James 


380 

Gentry, Anne 


293 


175 176 

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304 

Hartman, Jerry 


104 

Fowler, Richard 


201 

Gentry, Herman 

232 

359 

Grantham, Joseph 

354 

Halsey, Dennis 


345 

Hartzell, Karen 


319 

Fowles, Katherine 


308 

George, Barbara 


290 

Graupner, Nikki 

296 

Halvorsen, Jerald 


375 

Harvey, Marion 

196 

347 

Frailey, Patricia 


211 

George, Roger 

213 

221 

Graven, Richard 

37 

Hamburg, Lois 


333 

Harvison, James 


378 

Fraley, Janet 102 

207 

333 

Geraghty, Thomas 


354 

Graves, Lonny 

3 86 

Hainel, Donna 


330 

Hasebe, Tadahiko 

63 

350 

Francis, Clive 


350 

Geschkc, Gary 

221 

357 

Graves, Scott 

76 195 

Hamer, Harry 


370 

Haskins, Sharon 

63 

310 

Francis, Liane 49 

131 

318 

Gettman, Daniel 


354 

Gray, Barbara 

310 

Hamilton, Carolyn 

266 

309 

Hastie, Francis 


54 

Francis, Steven 


372 

Geitman, Norma 62 

207 

318 

Gray, Carol 

310 

Hamilton, James 

37 

387 

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347 

Frank, Richard 


354 

Getzendaner, Heidi 

220 

318 

Gray, Helen 

333 

Hamilton, Judith 

127 

324 

Hastings, Janet 


324 

Franklin, Carol 


194 

Ghazanfar, Shaikh 


214 

Gray, Judith 163 

166 310 

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231 

Hastings, Margaret 


327 

Franklin, Jerry 


204 

Giachino, Robert 


340 

Gray, Sandra 

313 

Hamilton, Roger 

202 

359 

Hatch, P. Bruce 

248 

340 

Franz, Janice 


296 

Giard, Barton 

77 

378 

Gray, Sherry 

310 

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363 

Hatch, Stanley 

200 

201 

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318 

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112 

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101 

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63 

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120 

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330 


213 

310 

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347 

Hamm, William 


385 


122 

303 

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324 

Gibb, Paul 

158 

341 

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44 201 

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144 

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377 

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127 

326 

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206 

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200 336 

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217 

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104 

373 

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386 

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212 

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365 

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319 

Haugen, Leilia 63 

120 

307 

Fredriksen, Eilif 

37 

195 

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63 

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199 374 

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212 

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215 


197 

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221 

365 

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165 


220 

326 

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102 

361 

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77 78 

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163 

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271 310 

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319 

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319 


221 

373 

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45 

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173 363 

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132 

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384 

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104 

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373 

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106 204 

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337 

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137 

377 

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310 

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231 

326 

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386 

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112 

300 

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340 

Freer, John 


365 

Gibson, Jeanette 


296 

Greene, Bruce 

386 

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123 

298 

Hawkins, David 


359 

Freese, Barbara 

62 

296 

Gibson, Melvin 

208 

209 

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202 

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106 

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250 

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130 

274 

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117 

194 

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375 


225 

313 


251 

252 

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62 

365 

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76 

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313 

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368 

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359 

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206 

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196 

Greenfield, E. W. 

34 217 

Hanifen, Jean 


313 

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112 

372 

French, Jon 

199 

365 


221 

381 

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330 

Hankins, Harry 

338 

347 

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326 

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291 

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224 

346 

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63 

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313 

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207 

359 

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246 

318 

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45 

318 

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347 

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333 

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32 

219 

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384 

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77 

103 

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330 

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37 

197 

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205 

296 

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384 


225 

309 

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310 

Hannum, Ronald 


336 

Hay, Carole 

165 

319 

Friberg, James 


347 

Gilham, Susan 


310 

Griffith, Marvin 

197 388 

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106 

249 

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108 

316 

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212 

324 

Gilkey, Lorcne 


318 

Griffith, Ronald 

354 

Hansen, Chester 

229 

388 

Hayden, Susan 


313 

Fridell, Celia 


318 

Gill, Coralee 


318 

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337 

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350 

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388 

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318 

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250 

326 

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45 120 

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45 

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63 

304 

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365 

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45 


127 308 

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330 

Hayes, Robert 


341 

Friesen, Herbert 

32 

230 

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110 

304 

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327 

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246 

290 

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63 

319 

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101 

324 

Gill, Nishtha 


306 

Grimm, Rod 

194 

Hansen, Kathleen 


327 

Haynes, Maralee 


330 

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121 

292 

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350 

Gripne, Don 

82 

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198 

Haynes, Steve 


3 39 

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344 

Gillihan, Johnny 


357 

Griswold, Dean 

361 

Hansen, Mara 


41 

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206 

Fritzberg, Alan 

114 

374 

Gillis, Murlin 


72 

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220 303 

Hansen, Melvin 

102 

207 

Hays, Marsha 


236 

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123 

302 

Gilman, John 


197 

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347 

Hansen, Michael 


114 

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377 

Frodesen, Gloria 80 

261 

309 

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137 

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37 198 


116 

117 

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292 

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326 

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387 

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300 

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319 

Heabcrlin, Jean 

246 

313 

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41 

333 

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41 

318 

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216 

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298 

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78 

350 

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291 

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103 

309 


221 359 

Hansen, Vicki 


310 

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49 

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41 

298 

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54 

212 

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32 

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63 

266 


213 

303 

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144 


224 

344 

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313 

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394 

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319 

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341 

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347 

Grosshans, Henry 

194 

Hanson, Carolee 

120 

291 

Healea, Robert 

347 

350 

Fry, Beatrice 


252 

Glenn, Donna 


327 

Grosso, Antoinette 

313 

Hanson, David 

72 

210 

Healy, Jacqueline 


313 

Fry, Robert 

152 

368 

Glenn, Michaele 

266 

290 

Grove, Karen 

49 318 

Hanson, Edward 


337 

Healy, Kristine 63 

126 

327 

Fryer, Karen 


318 

Glessner, Ward 


346 

Grover, John 

363 

Hanson, Eleanor 

220 

300 

Healy, Marian 


128 

Fryer, Suellen 


213 

Glidden, Carolyn 


296 

Grutzmacher, Charles 

137 

Hanson, John 


366 

Healy, Ramon 


359 

Fuller, George 


354 

Gliko, Marilyn 


333 

Guard, Robert 

381 

Hanson, June 


63 

Heany, Alvin 

137 

160 

Fuller, Robert 


118 

Glosser, James 


72 

Guerin, Eleanor 

333 

Hanson, Patricia 


313 

Heath, Patricia 


304 

Fuller, Sandra 


298 

Gluth, William 37 

195 

199 

Guess, Janice 

318 

Hanson, Richard E. Jr. 

32 

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368 

Fuller, Thomas 


37 

Gnacdinger, William 


207 

Guess, Robert 

78 


233 

394 

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319 

Fullerton, Jerold 


72 

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341 

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302 

Harader, Donna 

63 

326 

Hecht, Adolph 


56 

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339 

Godfrey, Daniel 


381 

Guglonto, Richard 

370 

Hardan, David 


197 

Hecitnovich, Zola 

176 

304 

Furness, Carol 

102 

303 

Godfrey, Jeffrey 

76 77 

Guillaume, Dennis 

207 

Harden, Judy 49 

225 

296 

Hedderly-Smith, Bruce 

347 

Furr, Allan 


7 1 1 

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37 

197 

Guillory, J. Keith 

208 

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381 

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319 

Fuson, Lyle 

77 7K 

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37 

350 

Guinn, Stanley 

206 

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324 

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194 

200 



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211 

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318 

Hardin, Karen 

208 

300 

Hedges, Nancy 


304 




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110 

377 

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359 

Harding, Richard 

77 

385 

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196 

361 




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111 

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300 

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350 

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319 

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216 

313 

Gunn, Carole 

41 324 

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128 

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116 




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373 

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304 


218 

311 

Heim, Janice 


304 



72 

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114 

316 

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226 

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313 

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152 

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80 83 

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357 

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363 

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296 

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358 

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119 

369 

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208 345 

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198 

337 

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372 

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296 

Gust, Larry 131 

173 377 

Haring, Norma 

218 

290 

Heimbigner, Lewis 


32 

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194 

33 3 

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350 

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49 120 

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344 


225 

392 

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194 

306 

Gombos, Ester 

100 

107 


266 295 

Harmon, Nadine 


298 

Heimbigner, M. Charlene 

63 

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318 


165 

295 

Gustafson, Richard 

54 224 

Harmon, W'ayne 

63 

366 



392 

Galgan, M. Walter 

31 

235 

Good, Cheryl 


300 

Gustafson, Toby 

381 

Harms, Jerry 

114 

373 

Hein, Nickolas 228 

229 

338 

Gallemore, Sandra 

163 

164 

Gnodner, Joanna 

101 

303 

Gustafson, Vernon 

317 

Harned, Linda 112 

220 

290 

Heinbaugh, Carol 

50 

333 


166 

212 

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106 

359 

Guthrie, Frances 

63 309 

Harned, Virginia 

45 

104 

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357 

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130 

224 

Goodsell, Charles 


201 

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122 123 


200 

290 

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207 

333 

Gallup, Gerrie 

107 

292 


224 

243 

Gwynn, Murray 

370 

Haro, Lana 


294 

Heino, Barbara 


333 

Gallup, Gordon G. Jr. 

. 62 

336 

Goodwin, F. D. 

114 

354 



Harper, Patricia 

128 

311 

Heitman, Lynda 


311 

Galvin, William 

118 

119 

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333 



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121 

294 

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229 

346 

Gallwas, Gary 


342 

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199 

354 

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63 

194 

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381 

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202 

357 

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344 


206 

219 

304 

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376 

Gammon, David 


347 

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217 

324 



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228 

236 

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118 

302 

Ganson, Marilyn 

128 

163 

Gordon, Carol 


53 

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313 

Harrington, Albert 


230 

Hemingson, Marilyn 


313 


165 

302 

Gordon, Robert B. Jr. 


253 

Habib, Helmi 

204 

Harrington, John F. Jr. 

363 

Henderson, Sally 


300 

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347 



338 

Hacker, Sidney 

57 

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211 

350 

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176 

327 

Garabedian, Peter 


206 

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20 

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333 

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160 

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217 

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309 

Gossard, R. Boyd 

32 

350 

Hacksma, James 

388 

Harris, Bernard J. Jr. 


392 

Hennefer, Sharon 


319 

Garbell, Leland 

110 

371 

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218 

330 

Haddock, Andrea 

313 

Harris, Bruce 


201 

Henning, Roger 


368 

Garber, Judith 


300 

Gould, Gerald 


381 

Hagen, Elizabeth 

313 

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210 

Henrickscn, Donald 


210 

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354 

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347 

381 

Hagen, Sally 

313 

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40 

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120 

309 

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369 

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216 350 

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230 

236 

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207 

373 

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326 

199 

218 

369 

Hahn, Fletcher 

210 

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216 

350 

Hensley, Dan 


196 


408 





Hensley, John 

359 

Holtcamp, William 


366 

Ichiki, Gerald 

217 354 

Johnson, Barbara 


206 

Kalahar, Edward 


119 

Henson, Sandra 

327 

Holton, Shirley 


333 

Iddins, Daniel 

219 

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294 


138 

368 

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80 84 

Holuni, Phyllis 63 

194 

333 

Iddings, Susan 

114 309 

Johnson, Bradford 


219 

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334 


124 388 

Homann, Henry 


204 

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32 

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112 

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296 

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333 

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112 369 


230 

366 


202 

330 

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363 

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357 

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77 

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330 

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218 

347 

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112 333 

Honsowetz, Jack 


385 

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217 330 

Johnson, Christina 


293 

Kalvig, Robert 


354 

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63 374 

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313 

Ingebrigtson, Beulah 

302 

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347 

384 

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215 

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381 

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45 

368 

Ingham, Michael 

372 

Johnson, David 


347 

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215 

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387 

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102 

308 

Inkpen, Gail 

3 30 

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77 

361 

Kampfer, Lawrence 


354 

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306 

Hood, Nancy 

206 

313 

Inman, Roger 

72 

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113 

375 

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210 

21 1 

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201 

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164 

lnouye, Gerald 198 

217 350 

Johnson, Dennis R. 


64 

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339 

Hcrpick, Julie 

121 291 

Hooey, Carol 


319 

Irvine, Douglas 

388 


161 

371 

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350 

Herr, Kathryn 

242 304 

Hoofnagle, Keith 


110 

Irving, Morris 

341 

Johnson Diane 


319 

Kannberg, Robert 

77 

118 

Herr, Linda 

291 

Hooker, James 


394 

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120 292 

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211 347 

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313 

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354 

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211 

397 

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206 

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78 376 

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112 

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194 

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197 

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119 371 


212 

361 

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388 

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330 

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72 

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304 

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194 



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221 

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330 

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63 386 

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195 199 

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324 



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319 

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338 

Hesselman, Sandra 

313 

Hope, Linden 


370 

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113 217 

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372 

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106 

384 

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296 

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223 


220 334 

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229 

232 

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207 

223 

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296 

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319 

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211 

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326 

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72 

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144 

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387 

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232 

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347 

363 

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231 

305 

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105 218 

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213 

308 

Jackman, Georganne 

306 

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294 

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214 

215 


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110 

308 

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64 341 

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303 

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327 

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309 

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77 

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78 

236 

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194 386 

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221 

341 

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64 194 


120 

213 

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231 

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347 

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330 


246 

298 

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203 

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263 

324 

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210 

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128 

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231 

298 


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378 

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221 


220 

295 

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384 

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333 

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198 370 

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128 

316 

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200 

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291 

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324 

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200 

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64 

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236 

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118 195 

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216 

340 

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366 

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102 

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202 

340 

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354 

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211 

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121 326 

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313 

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347 

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371 

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313 

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121 302 

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259 

298 

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293 

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350 

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194 

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103 

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64 

194 

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173 

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204 


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313 

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385 

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112 

319 

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359 

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194 

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124 


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324 

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384 

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235 

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220 

311 

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319 

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199 

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341 

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144 

378 

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116 126 

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242 

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296 

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298 

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304 


127 296 

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128 

268 

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218 

330 

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195 

197 

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103 

319 

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291 

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45 

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116 

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45 

304 

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206 

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194 222 

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64 

343 


218 330 

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197 

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202 

344 

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230 337 

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210 

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210 211 

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304 

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313 

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307 

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313 

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219 

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350 

Keller, Geraldine 


207 

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381 

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105 

385 

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294 

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342 

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370 

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368 

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77 

338 

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384 

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122 

309 

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369 

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350 

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319 

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374 

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64 

359 

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247 

375 

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110 292 

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228 

232 

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316 

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27 

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77 

194 

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4 5 366 

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218 

304 

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77 

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220 

302 

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359 

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338 

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220 

316 

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337 

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201 

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120 

316 

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103 303 

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64 

324 

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302 

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220 

298 

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138 

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347 

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375 

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217 

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347 

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100 

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319 

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233 

374 

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52 209 

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204 


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316 

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197 

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108 

381 

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221 386 

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102 

194 

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313 

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313 

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235 

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138 

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350 

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127 

313 

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231 330 

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363 

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104 160 

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208 

209 

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299 

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213 337 

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195 

196 

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165 308 

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350 

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368 

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298 

228 

235 

346 

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311 

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208 

209 

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389 

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378 

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298 

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319 

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371 

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206 

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so 

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102 

296 

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112 308 

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384 

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370 

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• 217 

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387 

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112 116 

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316 

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76 77 

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80 82 83 

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37 

198 


213 388 

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294 


178 

361 

105 195 198 

223 357 

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388 

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313 

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339 

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341 

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165 257 

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306 

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212 330 

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250 

350 

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46 

127 


274 292 

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64 

105 

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236 388 

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196 


222 

319 

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194 

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122 

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50 384 

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324 

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118 

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107 

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77 

363 

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208 

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212 

311 


213 

295 

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295 

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369 


209 224 

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64 

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55 

375 

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210 

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229 

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313 

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306 

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195 

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211 

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319 

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215 347 

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38 


198 

366 

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221 

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223 

377 

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201 248 

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202 

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57 

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50 3 19 

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195 

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77 178 

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386 

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215 

341 

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298 

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198 

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327 

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176 

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204 

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291 

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234 

381 

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330 

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296 

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354 

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350 

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52 

208 

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38 238 

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119 

161 

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70 

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309 

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234 

346 


240 388 

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82 

340 

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207 

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388 

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298 

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218 319 

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261 

290 

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327 

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236 

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210 

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354 

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127 

330 

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204 226 

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295 

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368 

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128 

220 

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354 

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344 

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202 

246 

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115 381 

Jones, Katherine 


316 

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359 

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197 366 

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336 

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206 

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296 

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100 

107 

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63 388 

Hunt, Ronald 


45 

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304 

Jones, Paul 


226 


110 

290 

Hofmeister, Andree 

120 308 

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116 

363 

Jensen, Bruce 

77 361 

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138 

340 

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216 

294 

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246 

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251 

252 

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128 292 

Jones, Robert 


207 

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313 


248 361 

Hunter, Fred 


64 

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246 327 

Jones, Susan 


313 

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194 

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240 316 

Hunter, James 


38 

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357 

Jordan, Pamela 


319 

Kerzie, Ted 


370 

Hogan, Rosemary 

63 

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343 

Jensen, Francis 

38 196 

Jorgensen, Christine 


64 

Kessler, Gayle 


319 

Hogg, Fred 119 

138 253 

Hunter, Mary 


330 

Jensen, Gary 

347 


108 

330 

Kester, Pamela 


295 

Hoglund, John 

371 

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346 

Jensen, Judith 

205 296 

Joy, Timothy 


375 

Kesler, Patricia 


295 

Hohenschuh, Paul 

350 

Hunziker, Joan 

114 

330 

Jensen, Judy 

334 

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313 

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291 

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375 

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300 

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231 308 

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211 

389 

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319 

Holben, Richard 

206 

Hurst, George 


381 

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64 120 

Junor, Claire 

216 

330 

Kettlehut, Allan 


363 

Holcomb, Billye 

313 

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214 


127 294 

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236 

319 

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37S 

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295 

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319 

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55 119 

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207 

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293 

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307 

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116 

117 

212 

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304 

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215 

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385 

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304 . 

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216 

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313 

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110 

162 

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202 

357 

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319 

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63 363 

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354 

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218 337 




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319 

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114 370 

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45 

108 

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384 

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50 

326 

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324 


249 

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366 




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209 

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354 

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196 

224 

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211 340 




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118 

385 

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316 

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205 

295 

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319 

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38 

197 

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316 

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218 




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368 

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162 

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302 

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63 372 

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316 

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236 

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194 

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384 

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50 

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384 

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55 

164 

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78 




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101 113 

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221 


212 

324 

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128 

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214 

116 

117 389 

Kaiser, Joyce 


100 

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313 


165 291 

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45 

324 

John, Janet 

295 

Kaku, Hideo 


359 

Killgorc, Joan 


305 




Killian, John 


363 

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139 

Leach, Carolyn 

120 

Lohstroh, Kathie 


314 

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348 

Kim, Bo Woon 

38 

195 

Kraatz, Laurelyn 

313 


216 295 

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344 

Major, Susan 


324 

Kim, Chin Woo 


337 

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378 

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210 211 

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202 

338 

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297 

Kimball, Thomas, Jr. 


116 

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221 

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305 

Long, Frances 


301 

Maki, Karl 


351 

194 195 

199 

366 

Kraus, Janies 

78 354 

Leander, Larry 

366 

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348 

Maki, Kenneth 


230 

Kimble, Vernon 


359 

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376 

Learn, Darrell 

38 

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208 

Malm, Sharon 


334 

Kimzey, Karen 


316 

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348 

Leatha, Robert 

197 

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319 

Malone, Bradley 

211 

213 

Kincaid, Dennis 

196 

229 

Krause, Jon 

381 

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164 212 

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301 

Malone, Sandra 


314 

Kincaid, Michael 


232 

Krause, Marilyn 

64 296 

Lebens, Jeffrey 

354 

Long, P ha lice 


319 

Manarpaac, Muyces 


217 

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271 

299 

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196 

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38 

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230 

236 

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361 

King, Corwin 

238 

369 

Kreshel, Judy 

217 319 

Le Clare, Diane 

305 

Longmeier, Mark 


366 

Manetsch, Patricia 


311 

King, Laurel 


308 

Krogh, Judith 

330 

Le Count, Albert 

32 

Loomis, Judith 


314 

Maning, Helen 


314 

King, Marilyn 


313 

Krogh, Margaret 

330 

Ledgerwood, James 

366 

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292 

Mankley, S. C. 


25 

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212 

324 

Kroll, Richard 

64 226 

Ledgerwood, Thomas 

236 339 

Looysen, Carole 

216 

302 

Manley, Judith 120 

194 

306 

King, Nikki 64 99 

270 

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334 

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103 316 

Lord, Elizabeth 


206 

Mann, Carole 


320 


319 

399 

Kronemeyer, William 

372 

Lee, Rand 

363 

Lord, Sandra 


290 

Mann, Jack 


366 

King, Rex 38 

195 

199 

Krones, Frank 

64 392 

Lee, Robert 

360 

Lorntson, Gerald 

110 

351 

Mann, Rollie 


104 

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366 

Kropf, Joseph 

231 232 

Lee, Robert E. 

216 354 

Lothspeich, Robert 

199 

376 

Manning, Dee 


331 

King, Richard Carl 


369 

Krudwig, David 

101 

Lee, Roberta 

236 

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213 

324 

Manring, Betty 


121 

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216 

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112 

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305 

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128 

303 

Mansfield, David 


377 

King, Ronald 

250 

354 


221 366 

Lee, Sharon 5 0 

108 117 

Lovelace, James 


338 

Mansfield, Robert 


382 

King, Sandra 


319 

Kruger, Warren 

195 204 


213 300 

Lovell, Barbara 

257 

266 

Mansour, Nasser 


214 

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305 

Krux, Robert 

206 

Lee, Yim 

382 


274 

295 

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347 

King, Stanley 


363 

Kubo, Mitsuyo 

330 

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389 

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354 


348 

363 

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72 

210 

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201 

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50 302 

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41 

300 

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219 

320 

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359 

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341 

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46 119 

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265 

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158 

200 

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166 

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218 


161 340 

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308 

Markham, Sue 


320 

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381 

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204 215 

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106 

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309 

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105 

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199 

376 

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205 

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293 

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164 

308 

Markley, S. C. 


25 

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230 

381 

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228 231 

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194 200 

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290 

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66 

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299 


235 359 

Leigh, Sharon 

300 

Lubben, Linda 


320 

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307 

Kirk, Gary 

197 

366 

Kunzl, Jean 

114 116 

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210 211 

Lubrecht, Susan 

211 

307 

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50 77 

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1 39 

117 

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194 

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326 


213 

316 

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119 

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41 291 

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197 

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314 

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342 


194 

376 

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313 

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361 

Lucas, Mike 


340 

Marsden, Joy 


320 

Kirkpatrick, Terry 


368 

Kurth, Donald 

387 

Le Master, John 

386 

Luce, Donna 


331 

Marsden, Sharon 


320 

Kirkwood, Allan 


381 

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38 195 

Lemery, James 

46 130 

Lucus, Howard 


382 

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77 

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319 


197 389 

144 

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301 

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73 

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112 

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324 

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32 375 

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389 

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80 

291 


231 

319 

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218 330 

Lemke, Carolyn 

127 

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114 

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204 

219 

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363 

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215 219 


220 306 

Ludwigson, Donald 


376 

Marshall, Doris 


194 

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311 



Lengel, Dianna 

42 

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320 

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320 

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116 



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65 334 

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208 

209 

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248 

363 

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292 

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328 

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196 

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234 

299 

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319 



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196 

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236 

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305 

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313 



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103 265 

Lugenbeet, Lucile 

118 

303 

Martin, Charles F. 


209 

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46 

108 

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38 195 

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345 

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216 

221 

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194 


200 

308 


196 369 

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80 82 

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328 


210 

211 

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294 

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208 209 

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220 328 

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38 

366 

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216 

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230 

337 

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206 

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330 

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348 

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26 

106 

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231 

296 

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313 

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163 

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328 

107 119 207 

213 

223 

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337 

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111 


166 313 

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382 

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114 

382 

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327 


272 328 

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220 324 

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320 

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378 

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309 

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347 348 

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236 

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320 

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258 

305 

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108 

386 

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326 

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215 

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320 

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175 

253 

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70 

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38 346 

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32 3 39 

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65 78 

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354 

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346 

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337 

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215 369 

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211 

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216 

314 

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319 

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126 128 

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206 

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212 

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340 

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38 

197 


206 300 

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78 

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363 

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341 

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117 

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196 

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119 375 

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118 

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319 

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363 

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197 

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34 

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313 

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165 290 

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344 

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314 

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65 

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204 

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299 


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199 

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225 386 

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368 

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144 

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344 

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293 

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359 

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246 

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249 

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354 

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361 

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342 

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112 

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208 

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334 

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165 

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324 

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114 385 

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301 

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381 

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165 313 

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334 

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344 

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326 

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339 

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313 

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118 309 

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368 

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292 

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378 

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363 

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351 

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220 

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216 

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340 


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324 

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311 


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207 

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341 

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224 

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291 

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291 

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221 

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385 

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354 

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303 

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206 


225 

355 

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72 

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64 

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106 297 


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372 

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211 

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46 217 

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328 

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65 

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250 

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377 

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73 210 

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117 296 

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212 


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252 

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246 

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305 

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212 313 

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320 

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368 

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378 

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106 

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38 199 

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207 

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50 

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350 


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331 

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106 

215 

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114 

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208 374 

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232 351 

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102 

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307 

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344 

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363 

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331 

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165 

320 

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305 

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339 

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234 

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368 

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291 

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331 

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46 

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110 

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294 

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314 

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50 

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124 

221 

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328 

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105 


240 

369 

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204 

226 

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216 

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236 

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208 

305 

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206 

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328 

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65 

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46 

340 

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105 

110 

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347 

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206 


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299 

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28 

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382 

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229 

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291 


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197 

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309 

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348 

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221 

225 

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235 

389 

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65 

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140 

155 

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348 

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320 

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197 

363 

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202 

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77 

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221 

364 

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102 

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Mayfield, Roger 


364 

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102 

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266 

306 

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112 

326 

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65 

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197 

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206 

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2 34 

382 

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246 

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224 

368 

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382 

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McArthur, Don 


368 

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314 

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112 

229 

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123 

303 

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McBride, Jerry 


38 

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331 

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65 

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351 

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386 

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334 

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314 


107 

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77 

348 

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98 

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59 


104 

361 

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McCandless, Zoe 


320 

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211 

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263 

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334 

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65 

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162 

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77 

118 

119 

341 

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164 

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26 

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331 

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McCarty, Diane 


293 

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228 

234 

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205 

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385 

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77 

369 

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McCaw, Julie 

131 

166 

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314 

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266 

307 

McLean, William 


234 

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McClellan, Linda 


299 

Me Mac ken, Charles 


355 

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McCleneghan, Sue 


50 

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221 

225 


230 


127 

297 

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368 

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199 

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78 

368 

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340 

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80 84 

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78 

195 

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110 176 

252 

253 

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164 

218 

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McClure, Connie 


320 

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100 

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204 

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213 

320 


220 

307 

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McCluskey, John 


340 

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65 

106 

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366 


194 

206 

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271 

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206 

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166 

320 

Mirosh, Larry 




320 

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73 

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384 

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311 

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216 

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370 

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80 

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33 


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230 

351 

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221 

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65 

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264 

386 

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197 

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226 

320 

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303 

Mitchell, Janet 


McCormick, John 


376 

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305 

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! 77 

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210 

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207 

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236 

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357 

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320 

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McCoy, Betty 


293 

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306 


194 

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320 

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101 

308 

Mitchell, Michael 


McCoy, Ivor 

77 

340 

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114 

361 

Mitchell, Nancy 


McCoy, Joyce 


299 

McPherson, Ronald 

229 

254 

Mitchell, Patrick 


McCoy, Sharon 


116 

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224 

382 

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126 

334 

McRae, Larry 


215 

Mitchelmore, Gerald 

199 

McCracken, Steven 


344 

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215 

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McCrea, Dennis 

108 

375 

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46 

200 

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118 

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366 

McWilliams, William 

226 

Mix, Michael 

66 

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140 

Mech, William 

206 

225 

Moa, Kenneth 


McCurdy, Jon A. 


70 

Meckelson, Kristy 


308 

Moe, David 


McCurdy, Jon R. 


340 

Medin, Katherine 


213 

Moehring, Lucille 

219 

McCurley, Paul 


207 


220 

314 

Moffett, Susan 


McDermid, Kenneth 

102 

342 

Medlicott, Joel 


140 

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77 

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165 

301 

Meek, Merry 

128 

314 


209 

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201 

387 

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211 

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McDonald, Geral 

33 

236 

Meenk, Ruth 


194 

Mohr, Charles 195 

197 

McDonald, Glenn 

33 

236 

Meeske, John 


202 

Moline, Raymond 

152 

McDonald, James L. 


152 

Meier, Harvey 


361 

Motnpongo, Samuel 

215 

McDonald, James R. 


194 

Meiners, Darla 

114 

334 

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205 

378 

Melander, George 


351 

Monahan, John 66 

176 

McDonald, Judith 


65 

Melena, Billee 


213 

Monahan, Sharon 


McDonald, Kenneth 


218 

Mellgren, Laurence 


366 

Monroe, John 


McDonald, Patricia 

267 

316 

Meliick, Danny 


202 

Monroe, Sterling 


McDonald, Robert 

218 

253 

Melrose, Mark 


65 

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McDonald, Susan 


305 

Menig, David 


77 

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McDonnell, James 

105 

116 

Menning, Judith 


50 


124 

117 

216 

364 

Menzies, David 


386 

Montague, Joel 


McDowell, Thomas 


65 

Mercy, Theresa 


3 26 

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226 

366 

Meredith, Lynn 

202 

354 

Montgomery, Dennis 


McEachern, Janet 


41 

Merkel, John Jr. 


366 

Montgomery, Marcia 



118 

307 

Merrill, Thais 


31 

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McElroy, Candace 


320 

Merritt, Jeanita 

65 

108 


146 

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314 

206 

225 

295 

Montgomery, Ted 

66 

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302 

Merz, Marilyn 

50 

120 

Monti, William 


McFadden, Jack 


389 


127 

295 

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McFadden, John 

100 

152 

Metcalf, Betsy 


324 

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220 

250 

251 

253 

Metcalf, Keith 


360 

Moody, Anne 


McFarland, C. E. Jr. 

38 

197 

Metcalf, Ronald 


348 

Mooney, Robert 228 

229 

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339 

Metke, Linda 


163 

Mooney, Rosclea 


McFarlane, Jerry 

65 

213 

Metzgar, Jean 

202 

326 

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216 

366 

Metzger, Mary 


331 

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McFeeley, Pat 

114 

314 

Meyer, Jon 


355 

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McGaughy, Michael 


351 

Meyer, Lois 41 

194 

301 

Moore, Gary 


McGee, Lawrence 


231 

Meyer, Paul 


106 

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McGee, Nancy 


320 

Meyer, Susan 


320 

Moore, Janet 

50 

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302 

Meyer, William C. Jr. 76 78 

Moore, Pamela 


McGillis, James 

201 

387 

Meyer, William T. 


373 

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253 

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31 

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339 

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114 

372 

Michael, Jack 


197 

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McGinnis, Robert 

78 

386 

Michaels, Thomas 


376 

Moore, Vicky 


McGoldrick, David 

112 

221 

Michel, Elinor 65 

104 

194 

Moore, Virginia 


McGoldrick, Patrick 

80 82 

Michelson, Christian 


164 

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83 

386 

Middel, Mary 


314 

Mooring, Sally 


McGourin, William 

65 

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382 

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82 

! 83 

368 

Middlestetter, Linda 


292 

Morgan, Carol 


McGrath, Patricia 


297 

Migchelbrink, Kenneth 

116 

Morgan, Gary B. 

38 

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203 


232 

254 

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245 

246 

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376 

Morgan, Gordon 


McHugo, Douglas 


351 

Milakovich, Marko 


199 

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Morgan, Jean 

126 

295 

Nelson, Gregory 


355 

Morgan, Victoria 


320 

Nelson, Harry 


348 

Morgenweck, Arlo 


370 

Nelson, James 


34 3 

Morical, Steven 


336 

Nelson, Judy 


295 

Morimoto, Marion 


42 

Nelson, Miriam 


320 


217 

324 

Nelson, Nesmith 

66 

375 

Mork, Eleanor 

218 

301 

Nelson, Norma 


295 

Morris, Alfred 


166 

Nelson, Philip 


372 

Morrison, Dennis 


28 

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194 

Morrison, James 

110 

357 

Nelson, Ray 


38 

Morrison, Jean 


314 

Nelson, Richard 


208 

Morrison, Joyce 


250 

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337 

Morrison, Millar 

33 

357 

Nelson, Stanley 

198 

218 

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102 

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377 


221 

269 

Nelson, Trudy 

110 

307 

Morrow, Michael 


223 

Nemitz, Jeffrey 


340 

Morse, Michael 


216 

Nesbitt, Gene 119 

211 

346 

Morse, Robert 

348 

374 

Ness, Jean 


305 

Mortimer, Richard 


200 

Ness, Judy 

218 

293 

Morton, Linda 


314 

Ness, Patricia 

50 

311 

Mosalsky, Alex 

98 

104 

Nethercutt, Nancy 

50 

103 


107 

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120 127 

131 

266 

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236 

270 

309 

399 

Mosher, Raymond 


112 

Neubert, Leonard 


385 


225 

351 

Neumann, Lawrence 

77 

339 

Moss, John 


364 

Neumann, William 


382 

Mott, Robert 

28 

250 

Neuschwanger, Myron 

357 

Motteler, Del 


345 

Newbill, Robert 


357 

Mottcler, George 38 

199 

345 

Newby, Bernard 

66 

107 

Mottishaw, Gail 


320 

119 

223 

368 

Mottley, Helen 

258 

294 

Newell, Roy 


202 

Moulton, Karen 


305 

Newhouse, Bettie 


331 

Mowbray, Robert 


216 

Newland, Cheryl 50 

249 

320 

Mowry, Paula 


309 

Newlean, Linda 

51 

297 

Mowry, Susan 


309 

Newman, Donald 


348 

Mueller, Herbert 


370 

Newman, Gary 3 3 

234 

351 

Mueller, Margaret 

114 

307 

Newman, John 


199 

Mueller, Robert G. 


216 

Newman, Thomas 


379 

Mueller, Robert J. 


73 

Newman, Wyatt 


343 

Muije, Linda 


295 

Nicholas, Sharon 

77 

301 

Mukhar, Hala 


214 

Nichols, Frank 

208 

355 

Mullarkey, Lawrence 

73 

210 

Nichols, Margery 

66 

301 

Muller, Ingrid 

218 

324 

Nicholson, Barbara 


77 

Muller, Roger 46 

224 

382 


112 

316 

Mulloud, Steve 


250 

Nicholson, Larry 


348 

Mumford, Bruce 

202 

376 

Nicholson, Sue 


326 

Mundy, Wilbur 

104 

202 

Nicholson, William 


83 

Munn, Judith 


66 

Nickel, Gale 

348 

366 

Munro, Karen 

164 

166 

Nielsen, James 46 

201 

379 

Munroe, John 


361 

Nielsen, Laurel 

206 

320 

Munson, Carlyn 


331 

Niemcziek, Manley 


229 

Muramoto, Lawrence 


217 

Niemeyer, Vincent 

131 

341 

Murata, Beatrice 

195 

198 

Niemi, Brice 


73 

Murdach, David 110 

118 

339 

Nieini, Marlin 


369 

Murdock, George 

110 

119 

Niemi, Richard 


369 

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254 

338 

Niesen, James 


355 

Murgittroyd, Evanne 


297 

Nikolas, Patricia 


314 

Murlin, William 66 

250 

253 

Nikula, Cheryl 


328 

Murphy, Marilynn 

218 

301 

Nishi, Joan 


314 

Murphy, Sharel 


314 

Nishizawa, Geraldine 


314 

Murphy, Terence 


66 

Nissley, June 

164 

334 

Murray, Arlo 


194 

Noel, Rodger 


341 

Murray, Gary 


38 

Nogle, Nancy 


302 

Murray, Michael 


344 

Nold, John 


385 

Mur Hand, Dale 


297 

Nordlund, Betty 


213 

Muse, Galen 

110 

3 86 

Norin, William 


364 

Muse, Maymond 

59 

223 

Norley, David 


355 

Mush kin, Michael 


348 

Norman, Patricia 

66 

328 

Mutchler, Sharon 


294 

Norris, Paul 


344 

Myers, Dennis 


364 

Northcott, Robert 66 

216 

366 

Myers, Donald 


376 

Northrup, Catherine 


26 

Myers, Kay 


290 


120 

126 

Myhre, Douglas 38 

197 

361 

Norwood, Michael 


375 

Myklebust, Susan 

50 

307 

Noteboom, Irwin 

33 

346 



Novak, Shirley 


314 




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213 

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218 

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266 

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114 

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204 

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66 

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351 

Natsuhara, Bonnie 


331 

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225 

320 

Obert, David 

66 

351 

Naught, Duane 


360 

Obert, Dennis 


393 

Naumchik, Sandra 


98 

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252 

Nazareth, Maurice 


215 

O’Brien, Edward 


348 

Neal, Kathleen 


128 

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217 

311 

Neal, Mary 

118 

302 

Odegard, Sharon 

66 

325 

Neel, Patricia 


314 

O'Donnell, Sheila 


165 

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46 

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357 

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325 

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216 

331 

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240 

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212 

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158 

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Neil, Connie 


314 

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217 

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77 

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Ogburn, Phillip 


211 

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194 

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320 

Neill, Caro lee 


103 

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197 

215 

Neill, Martha 


307 

O’Hare, Jerry 


23 

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290 

Ohling, Linda 


331 

Neilson, Robert 

112 

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217 

Nelson, Barbara 218 

246 

331 

O’Kelly, Sharon 

205 

334 

Nelson, Bernice 


320 

Okinaka, Jeanette 

217 

311 

Nelson, Carol 

216 

331 

Okuneff, Gerry 


132 

Nelson, Cheryl 


272 

Oldenburg, Charles 


33 

Nelson, Elizabeth 


331 

Oldfield, John 


195 

Nelson, Gene 


218 

Olds, Robert 119 

236 

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Nelson, Geraldine 


42 

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152 

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119 

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344 


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314 

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218 

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165 

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231 

320 

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33 

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211 

223 

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Olsen, Sharon 



242 

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236 

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197 

Olson, David 


347 

348 

Olson, Dianne 

66 

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306 

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211 

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120 

Olson, Franklin 


38 

195 

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Olson, K. Bryan 



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78 

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Olson, Louise 



314 

Olson, Marianne 



219 

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194 

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328 

Olson, Thomas 



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Olson, Warron 


39 

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234 

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201 

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233 

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232 

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218 

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331 

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316 

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200 

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208 

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107 

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140 

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Paton, Joe 


376 

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249 

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Patrick, Sharon 


326 

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370 

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331 

Patterson, Jane 66 

100 

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Patterson, Michael 


341 

Patterson, Rachel 


121 


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78 

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339 

Patton, B. 


236 

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370 

Paul, Gary 

33 

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Paul, Sara 


305 

Paulon, Joanne 


309 

Paulson, Glen 


211 

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52 

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291 

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386 

Pazooki, Mohammad 


336 

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204 

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348 

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202 

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207 

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382 

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33 

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344 

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195 

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348 

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301 

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77 

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339 

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301 

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258 


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258 

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314 

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194 

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231 

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345 

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340 

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194 

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297 

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76 77 


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140 

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194 

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219 

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46 

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246 

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76 78 

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340 

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77 

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351 

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218 

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231 

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348 

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46 

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211 

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367 

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102 

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348 

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321 

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99 

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214 

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194 

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200 

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364 

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164 

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233 

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351 

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364 

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246 

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66 

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314 

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376 

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297 

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215 

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314 

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194 

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367 

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336 

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114 

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103 

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67 

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196 

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24 

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101 


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307 

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39 

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299 

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290 

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328 

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239 

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118 

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216 

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216 

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120 292 

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110 

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331 


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131 164 

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210 

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176 

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334 

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321 

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355 

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121 

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114 305 

Reynolds, Syina 


315 

Phipps, Michael 


364 

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292 

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375 

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128 

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Quirk, Sharon 

51 194 

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306 

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124 

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292 

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218 

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67 

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67 

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216 

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229 

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Ribary, John 


379 

Pickering, Ronald 


230 

Rach, Myrtle 

107 

Rice, Darlene 


311 

Pickett, Michael 


348 

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221 336 

Rice, Mary 


331 

Pickman, Ron 


232 

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377 

Rice, Ray 


351 

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46 

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47 355 

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301 

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389 

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106 

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364 

Pierce, Alan 

67 

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351 

Richard, Terry 250 

253 

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Pierce, Charles 


355 

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321 

Richards, Dave 


351 

Pierce, Linda 


291 

Rainbolt, Stephen 

370 

Richards, Patricia 

42 

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Pierce, Shara 


297 

Rajala, Orlin 80 82 83 216 

Richards, Ronald 

39 

196 

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325 

Rajchel, Louis 

76 77 

Richardson, Deanna 


42 

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375 

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131 316 


231 

301 

Pierson, Richard 


340 

Rail, William 

216 345 

Richardson, John 


355 

Pierson, Sidney 

77 

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Ramaiah, Gudivaka 

215 

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321 

Pierson, Terry 

76 77 

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331 

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194 

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236 

Ramsey, Claudia 

334 

Richmond, Linda 


321 

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229 

Ramsey, Nancy 

116 117 

Richter, Dewain 


207 

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347 

348 


206 305 

Rickman, Norma 


42 

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67 

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Ramsey, Shirley 

301 

Rickman, Ronald 


33 

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118 

291 

Randall, Gordon 

221 360 

Riddell, Susan 


325 

Piper, Walter 


379 

Ranta, Christine 

121 

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328 

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355 


128 294 

Riddle, Warren 160 

232 

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Pittman, Joan 


321 

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215 

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100 

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271 

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215 


221 

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321 

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33 

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315 

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101 

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314 

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299 

Plone, Martin 67 

236 

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Rasmussen, David 

389 

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385 

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253 

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67 

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374 

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80 

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78 

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195 

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198 

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67 301 

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112 

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206 

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348 

Riordan, James 


103 

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348 

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Rasmussen, Mark 

361 

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51 

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103 

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67 223 

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309 

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295 

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309 

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315 

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25 

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67 383 

Rittenhouse, Ellyn 

212 

326 

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229 

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325 

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114 

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Polinsky, Patricia 


106 

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103 299 

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122 

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386 

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348 

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221 

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224 383 

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351 

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384 

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321 

Robb, Helen 


290 

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367 

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77 343 

Robbie, Karla 


299 

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351 

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338 

Robbins, Arthur 


368 

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239 

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364 

Robbins, Charles 

112 

360 

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314 

Razw'ick, David 

340 

Robbins, Melvin 


352 

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221 

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385 

Robbins, Patty 

128 

292 

Poole, John 


199 

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379 

Roberson, Carolyn 


331 

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351 

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25 

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348 

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164 

295 

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102 357 

Robert, Roderick 

245 

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369 

Redinger, Jon 

374 

Roberts, Elizabeth 


311 

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208 

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348 

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100 

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228 

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369 

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235 

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Reed, Betty 

314 

Roberts, Hilda 


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384 

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305 

Roberts, James 

205 

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211 

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138 140 

Roberts, John F. 

386 

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144 

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51 328 

Roberts, John M. 


372 

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331 

Reed, Margaret 

331 

Roberts, Mr. June 


30 

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229 

235 

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348 

Roberts, Kathryn 


331 

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67 

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104 357 

Roberts, Walker 

203 

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334 

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221 379 

244 

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Potts, Robert 

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370 

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207 

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196 

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357 

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Powell, Craig 

248 

385 

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216 314 

158 

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205 

321 

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67 

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76 

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384 

Reeves, Richard 

375 

Robinson, Christine 


315 

Prada, Marilyn 

246 

314 

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377 

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225 

209 

Pratt, Judy 

213 

326 

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164 220 

Robinson, Dale T. 

352 

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152 

368 

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360 


208 

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384 

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105 361 

Robinson, Daniel 


393 

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351 

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211 

Robinson, David 


352 

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67 

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3 36 

Robinson, Donna 


303 

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221 

370 

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263 314 

Robinson, John 


118 

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236 

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218 314 

Robinson, Kathleen 


236 

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384 

Reinbold, Rosemary 

301 

Robinson, Marlin 

196 

360 

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295 

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328 

Robinson, Myron 


39 

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67 

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236 331 

Robinson, Robert 

200 

194 


194 

331 

Reinhardt, Walter 

199 374 


386 

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218 

321 

Reinke, Fredrick 

386 

Robinson, Tommy 


375 

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321 

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67 

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197 

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109 

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343 

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355 

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74 

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194 360 

Rockom, Brian 


162 

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383 

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140 

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373 

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208 

209 

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314 

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308 

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369 

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219 321 

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355 

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392 

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105 

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344 

Pruitt, Wayne 


221 

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321 

Rodgers, Gloria 


331 

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297 

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67 

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372 

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236 

337 

Reinbold, Wayne 

47 

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67 

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74 

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23 105 


207 

344 

Purdue, Earl 


345 

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297 

Rodwell, Samuel 


352 

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215 

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211 

Rodwell, William 


352 

Puterbaugh, Julia 


208 

Rennebaum, Fritz 

355 

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128 

301 


209 

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Renner, Dean 

196 

Roen, Jill 


294 

Putnam, Ann 


331 

Reno, Lynn 

211 

Roenisch, Richard 


348 


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Rogel, Carol 

103 122 

Sanders, Valletta 


293 

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315 

Simpson, Kenneth 

199 155 

Snyder, Dan 


376 


218 390 

Sandifer, Charles 


112 

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369 

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196 383 

Snyder, George 

212 

224 

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102 


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377 

Scully, David 


339 

Simshauscr, Gene 

229 348 

Snyder, Jean 


315 

Rogers, Don 

213 

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236 

Searby, Mary 


305 

Sines, Roy 

33 

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209 

308 

Rogers, Mac 

80 386 

Sands, Guy 


2 36 

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74 

210 

Singer, George 47 76 77 

Snyder, Robert L. 

51 

201 

Rogers, Pamela 

303 

Sandstrom, Donald 


194 

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328 


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219 

235 

Rohrback, Joan 

209 

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297 

Scbring, Richard 


357 

Sinkbeil, James 

119 

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352 

Rohrer, Sydne 

293 

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355 

Secord, Jenifer 

121 

316 

Sinkey, Lawrence 

195 198 

Sokoloski, Theodore 

208 

209 

Rolcik, John 

206 

Sanislo, Sharon 


321 

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297 

Siron, Ralph 

357 

Solem, Helen 


42 

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213 368 

Sannes, Quentin 

33 

346 

Sec, Richard 


197 

Sivers, Elaine 

303 

Sollie, Beth 


297 

Romney, Golden 

53 

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217 

Seegert, Carol 


292 

Siverson, Harold 

118 

Sommer, Ann 


332 

Romstad, Morten 

67 376 

Sater, Linda 


302 

Seese, Ann 


68 


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Sommers, Elaine 


80 

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236 

Sather, Ho 


299 

Secse, William 


204 

Sivo, Carole 

112 332 

Sorensen, Carol 


231 

Ronning, Marylee 

292 

Saunders, Donald 


218 

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328 

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315 

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211 

Saupe, Dave 


233 

Seidel, Thomas 


152 

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202 

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364 

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Savage, Gary 

67 

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68 

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42 325 

Sorenson, Joanne 


102 

Rosander, Glenn 221 

225 379 

Savage, Sally 


236 

Seims, Robert 


372 

Skansie, Clara 

211 


208 

291 

Rosander, John 

348 

Savitz, Suzanne 103 

225 

307 

Seipp, Bonnie 

103 

115 

Skirving, John 5 5’ 224 379 

Soriano, Erminia 

246 

332 

Rose, David 

383 

Sawyers, Sandra 

205 

311 


212 

291 

Skordal, James 

207 

Sortor, Shirley 


292 

Rose, Dwight 

352 

Saxcna, Harish 


215 

Seitz, Richard 


383 

Skorheim, Kenneth 

348 

Souders, Robert 


226 

Rose, Judy 

212 301 

Saylor, Leslie 


3 36 

Self, Marsha 


3 32 

Slack, James 

348 

Soule, Edmund 


207 

Rose, Linda 

295 

Scanlan, Richard 

213 

371 

Self, William 

114 

341 

Slagg, Michele 

321 

Souther, Suzanne 


297 

Rosenbladt, Sandra 

315 

Schaal, David 


386 

Selfridgc, Richard 


355 

Slater, Carol 

107 

Sowers, Thomas 

250 

251 

Roskowick, Thomas 

112 361 

Schaefer, Ellen 122 

216 

321 

Sellers, Robert 

226 

364 

Slaton, Terence 

77 78 

Spadoni, Carol 


315 

Ross, Darla 

394 

Schaefer, Jean 


297 

Semler, Carol 

51 

321 


195 197 

Spadoni, Linda 


299 

Ross, George 

74 394 

Schalock, Carla 


204 

Seney, Sandra 

212 

315 

Slaughter, Margaret 

116 315 

Spain, Kenneth 


39 

Ross, Janet 

218 315 

Schalow, Sandra 

122 

123 

Senn, Ronald 

103 

379 

Slaughter, William 

221 264 

Spangcnberg, Carol 

103 

165 

Ross, Lynda 

110 291 

128 

165 

308 

Senne, Karen 219 

220 

321 

Slichter, Sandra 

205 308 

Spangenberg, Nancy 

165 

325 

Ross, Robin 

291 

Schatz, Lewis 


348 

Seppi, Kristin 


315 

Slind, Roberta 

376 

Spanjer, Camilla 

51 

328 

Ross, Shirley 

164 308 

Schedler, Katherine 


216 

Scssler, Janice 

55 

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Sloan, Carol 

299 

Sparkman, Sandra 

163 

334 

Ross, Theodore 

226 


220 

332 

Setter, Norma 


321 

Sloan, Daniel 

348 

Speerstra, Gary 


341 

Rosstnan, Duane 

152 269 

Scheel, Joy 


3IS 

Setterbcrg, Richard 


355 

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144 

Spence, Lawrence 


370 


348 384 

Scheel, Kathleen 


332 

Setzler, Margaret 

42 

308 

Sloan, Lonnie 

232 

Spencer, Guy 


70 

Roth, Thomas 

379 

Schei, Jerry 


373 

Seversen, Michael 


202 

Slocum, Clark 

355 

Spencer, Joanne 

114 

332 

Roiherrnel, Barbara 

165 306 

Scheidtinann, Robert 

231 

348 

Severson, John 

68 

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Slocum, Walter 

206 

Spencer, John W. 


100 

Rothgeb, Harold 

99 361 

Scheiler, Regina 


51 

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158 

384 

Slusser, Meredith 

321 


221 

225 

Rothrock, Elaine 

103 

Scheller, Donald 


35 5 

Sevier, Douglas 


367 

Small, Margaret 

263 321 

Spencer, John V. 


235 

Rottler, Donald 

67 336 

Scheminske, Dennis 


217 

Sevon, Fleming 


372 

Smart, Susan 

205 

Spencer, Larry 


367 

Roundy, Elno 

33 230 

Schencfeld, Beverly 


301 

Sex son, Michael 203 

250 

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Smcthcrs, James 

114 

Spencer, Michael 


205 


236 389 

Schcuffelc, Faith 


297 

Shade, Steve 


373 


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194 

356 

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345 

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208 

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194 

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218 

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322 

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33 

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39 

196 

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377 

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114 375 

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29 3 

Rowe, Barbara 

114 216 

Schiffner, Larry 

52 

208 

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371 

Smith, Alan 

211 

Spiegelberg, Harrison 


202 

Rowe, Beverly 42 

108 325 


209 

364 

Shah, Farida 


214 

Smith, Ann 

106 220 


217 

367 

Rowe, Marietta 

118 128 

Schindcle, David 

67 

108 

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214 

Smith, Barton 

385 

Spielman, John 


34 


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216 

339 

Shami, Misbah 204 

214 

215 

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332 

Spiker, Judith 


315 

Rowe, Ronald 

367 

Schirmcr, Cheric 


315 

Shank, Dorothy 


303 

Smith, Carolee 

315 

Spindor, James 


377 

Rowley, Annette 

176 

Schlien, Carolyn 

231 

293 

Shanks, Gerald 


352 

Smith, Cathryn 

301 

Spooner, Lenore 

218 

297 

Rowley, Wayne 

379 

Schliewe, Marilyn 

216 

321 

Shannon, Alvin 47 

194 

200 

Smith, Charles 

197 

Sprague, Charles 


249 

Rowswell, Susan 

302 

Schlomer, Gregory 


367 

Shannon, Bette 

121 

316 

Smith, Craig 

80 84 

Sprow, Ruth 


194 

Royal, Patricia 

245 260 

Schmcer, Dale 


299 

Shannon, Jove 


315 


204 364 

Squires, Viola 


315 


266 309 

Schmid, Gary 


211 

Shannon, Ralph 


199 

Smith, David 

379 

Stacie, Harlene 


332 

Royer, Elizabeth 

114 331 

Schmid, Penny 


321 

Shapiro, Vicky 

267 

301 

Smith, Dennis 

108 212 

Stacey, Sharon 


322 

Ruark, Stephen 

231 

Schmidt, Henry 47 

201 

373 

Sharp, Cynthia 


305 


228 357 

Stack, Gary 

221 

341 

Rubey, Loreen 

114 290 

Schmidt, Karl 


216 

Sharp, John 


33 

Smith, Dennis 

230 

Stacy, Gardner 


204 

Ruchty, Janis 

217 328 

Schmidt, Marian 

128 

213 

Sharp, Robert D. 

102 

176 

Smith, Dianne 

165 321 

Stacy, Marcia 


332 

Rucker, Jayne 

290 


266 

308 

Sharp, Robert P. 


344 

Smith, Douglas 3 3 

230 235 

Stafford, Allan 

68 

356 

Ruddick, Bonnie 

219 331 

Schmitten, Rolland 


376 

Sharpe, Fay 


299 

Smith, Edgar 

78 357 

Stafford, Linda 


303 

Rude, Philip 119 

195 372 

Schnebly, Barbara 

243 

308 

Sharpe, Kathleen 


309 

Smith, Elizabeth 

294 

Stahl, Janet 


302 

Rueb, Connie 

334 

Schnebly, Susan 231 

248 

316 

Shaw, Gardner 


31 

Smith, Fred 

3 3 254 

Staley, Betty 68 

194 

306 

Ruffcorn, Elane 

258 332 

Schneidmiller, Vernon 

368 

Shaw, Donna 


231 

Smith, G. Donald 

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322 

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315 

Schneiter, Diane 

120 

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202 

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234 

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311 

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221 

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364 

Smith, George C. 

369 

Stampfly, Wallace 


201 

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375 

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128 

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367 

Stanek, Judith 


315 


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Schodde, Gretchen 


297 

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222 

309 

Smith, James J. 

364 

Stanek, Ronald 

119 

343 

Rundell, Hugh 

250 

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33 

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Shaw, Robert G. 


140 

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211 

Stanford, Thomas 

68 

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348 377 

Schoel, Joy 


321 

Shaw, Robert W. 

195 

198 

Smith, James R. 

355 


251 

252 

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212 293 

Schoel, Judith 


321 

Shaw, Sharon 


297 

Smith, Jan 

266 290 

Stanley, Richard 


373 

Russell, Allen 

225 

Schott, Dale 


210 

Shawen, Ralph 


195 

Smith, Jane 

42 106 

Stark, Lee 

102 

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Russell, Barbara 

108 127 

Schrag, Clarence 


206 

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166 

308 


247 316 

Stark, Roger 


364 


194 334 

Schreck, Larry 


152 

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204 

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309 

Starkey, Mary 

77 

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247 

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215 

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266 

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236 

Starwick, Julie 


128 

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204 


216 

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Sheets, Leland 


210 

Smith, Jeralyn 

120 266 

Stearns, Jo Ann 


302 

Russell, Mary 

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Schroeder, Jerry 


108 

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340 


268 280 

Stearns, Michael 


356 

Russell, Milton 

234 

Schroeder, Joanne 


328 

Sheldon, Paul 


211 

Smith, Jeri 

297 

Steblaj, Josephine 


166 

Rustad, Allan 

197 

Schroeder, Paul 


385 

Shelton, Lauren 


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52 210 


212 

325 

Rutherford, George 

341 

Schu, Mike 


339 

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246 

325 

Smith, Judith A. 

219 309 

Steele, Mary 


315 

Rutherford, Gordon 

207 

Schu, Richard 


348 

Sherman, Linda 


297 

Smith, Judith H. 

110 321 

Steen, Richard 

47 

384 

Rux, Mary 

334 

Schubert, Eileen 


315 

Sherman, Vincent 


367 

Smith, Karen 

334 

Steenbergen, Barbara 

128 

322 

Ruzicka, Joe 

226 

Schultz, Charles 


344 

Sherrill, James 


340 

Smith, Karl 

337 

Stegmeier, Marilyn 


206 

Ryan, Janet 

294 

Schultz, Gaymond 


39 

Shilliain, Elaine 


321 

Smith, Kent 

77 338 

Steiger, Alan 

200 

231 

Ryan, Patricia 

128 321 


199 

369 

Shimono, Richard 


348 

Smith, Loma 

332 

Steiling, Gary 


47 



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226 

Shipley, Dayle 

163 

321 

Smith, Marjory 

332 

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368 



Schultz, Joanne 


42 

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200 

297 

Smith, Mary 

302 

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165 

334 

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297 

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299 

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379 

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332 



Schultz, Miriam 

106 

302 

Shives, Thomas 


348 

Smith, Nancy 

68 321 

Steinke, Max 


354 



Schultz, Patrice 


321 

Shoemaker, Kent 


357 

Smith, Nicki 

265 

Stemerick, Richard 


352 

Saari, Allan 

355 

Schultz, Rodney 


345 

Short, James F. Jr. 


206 

Smith, Norman 

207 

Stender, Annette 


161 

Saboe, Dwane 

196 346 

Schulz, Carolyn 


302 

Short, James I. 


372 

Smith, Philip 

369 


164 

299 

Sackerman, Carole 

321 

Schumacher, Eileen 


200 

Short, James R. 


375 

Smith, Philo 

39 357 

Stender, Joann 


299 

Sackmann, Steven 

355 

Schumacher, Harvey 


341 

Short, Roger 160 

229 

231 

Smith, Richard 

219 

Stenehjem, Shirley 


315 

Sackville-West, A. 

198 

Schuster, Anne 


112 

Shouse, Michael 


385 

Smith, Robert G. 

357 

Stephen, Carol 


322 

Sadana, Yoginder 

215 

Schuster, James 


352 

Shute, Richard 

340 

348 

Smith, Robert K. 

226 387 

Stephens, Robert 


152 

Sadoff, Frances 

106 

Schulz, Wayne 

78 

352 

Sibley, Willis 


206 

Smith, Ronald 

105 

Stephenson, John 


39 

Saegesser, Steven 

379 

Schuyler, Harvey 

236 

345 

Sieberns, David 


355 

Smith, Rosemary 

315 

Stephenson, S. Town 


22 

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246 321 

Schwab, Jan 


68 

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355 

Smith, Sally 

321 

Stern, William 

47 

201 

Sagerser, Thomas 

198 

Schwab, Michael 


39 

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364 

Smith, Sandra 

311 

Stevens, Carl 


58 

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102 200 

Schwartz, Marjorie 


311 

Silliman, Sarah 106 

194 

297 

Smith, Sharon 

231 321 

Stevens, Carol 


334 

Sakai, Eugene 

379 

Schwartz, Sandra 


116 

Sills, Arden 

206 

321 

Smith, Steven 

361 

Stevens, Paul 


370 

Sakuma, Gary 

389 


117 

334 

Simchuk, George 


39 

Smith, Susie 

322 

Stevens, Richard 

224 

383 

Salisbury, Robert 

152 368 

Schwerin, Lawrence 


104 

Simchuk, John 

47 

341 

Smith, Thomas 

106 361 

Stevens, Robert 

114 

346 

Salsman, Clydean 

332 


246 

372 

Simchuk, Marlund 


341 

Smith, Verle 

74 210 

Stevens, Susan 


322 

Salsman, Sylvia 

67 321 

Schwetz, Alex 


375 

Simchuk, Sherry 


204 

Smith, Virginia 

308 

Stevenson, Elizabeth 


297 

Salter, Mary 

315 

Schwisow, Karen 

51 

194 

Simerly, Yvonne 

47 

201 

Smith, William 

233 

Stevick, Linda 


305 

Sam, 0. Elias 

67 104 


222 

303 


249 

325 

Smithers, William 

386 

Stewart, David 


343 


214 373 

Schv, Marjorie 


68 

Simkins, Elliott 

77 

368 

Smoots, Judith 

216 

Stewart, Gerald 

221 

373 

Samuelson, Bruce 

78 

Scott, Edward 


383 

Simmons, Jeanne 


301 

Smythe, Patricia 

295 

Stewart, Jane 

101 

306 

Sanborn, Mike 

370 

Scott, David 


198 

Simmons, Maurice 


74 

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258 316 

Stinchfield, Ann 31 

l 99 

194 

Sandberg, John 

207 

Scott, Frank 


226 

Simmons, Mcrl 

25 

105 

Snitily, Sandra 

68 308 

207 

222 

309 

Sande, Carolyn 

80 220 

Scott, John 


39 

Simmons, Raymond 


345 

Snodgrass, Richard 

217 

Stine, Chris 80 

266 

268 

Sande, Ronald 

211 

Scott, Lewis 

197 

355 

Simmons, Steven 

212 

361 


236 352 


280 

303 

Sanders, Carol 

392 

Scott, Linda 


311 

Simpson, Barbara 


121 

Snoey, Martin 

352 

Stine, Thomas 


348 

Sanders, Harold 

199 392 

Scott, Lois 42 

216 

325 


248 

295 

Snook, Karen 

213 299 

Stipe, John 


340 

Sanders, Judith 51 

108 290 

Scott, Michael 


389 

Simpson, Claude 


23 

Snow, Jacquelin 

295 

Stites, Janet 


290 

Sanders, Sandra 

315 

Scott, Raymond 


200 

Simpson, Jean 


299 

Snow, Robert 

376 

Stitzinger, Gary 


370 


413 




Stjerne, Mark 

212 356 

Sykes, Carl 


364 

Thompson, Robert A. 

St. Martin, Michael 

373 

Syre, David 

119 

346 


Stober, Kathleen 

332 

Sylvester, Raymond 


204 

Thompson, Robert K. 

Stock, Edward 

269 373 

Syverson, Stephen 


68 

Thompson, Teresa 

Stockdale, Joyce 

68 126 


216 

367 


194 

222 294 

Syre, Stephen 


233 

Thomsen, Ralph 

Stoeser, Douglas 

226 348 

Syvrud, Gerald 


206 

Thomson, Sandra 

Stoffcl, Paul 

140 



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Stoffer, Gary 

33 




Stoffer, James 





Thorcn, Roberta 

Stokes, Jacob 

56 

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Thorgrimson, Richard 

Stokke, Yvonne 

131 




Thornquist, Nancy 

Stoll, Charlotte 

Stone, Diane 

166 309 

315 

306 

Tabasinske, Gary 
Taber, Gisela 

Taber, Helen 

Taber, Lynn 

Tadlock, Larry 
Takahashi, Carol 


383 

194 

306 

306 

229 

322 

Thornton, Richard 
Thorpe, Steven 
Thorsen, Gerald 

Stone, Mary 68 

205 222 270 
Stoner, Thomas 
Storch, Richard 

126 194 

306 399 

348 

370 

120 

42 

Thorson, John 
Thorson, Marilyiui 
Thummel, James 
Thurlow, Bernard 

Storey, David 

Storey, Lynne 

Storms, Linda 106 

373 

309 

217 325 

Talbott, Jerry 
Tallmadge, Kathryn 
Tallman, Gerald 

68 

361 

332 

346 

322 

Thurston, Jeanne 
Tidrick, Rebecca 
Tidrick, Sharon 80 

Storwick, Julie 

302 

Tanck, Ellen 


Tiedeman, Gayle 

Storwick, Richard 
Stoskopf, Gary 

Stout, Kemble 

Stout, Raymond 
Stowell, Richard 

337 

108 384 

58 

68 

367 

Tandy, Kenneth 

Tang, Michael 
Tangvald, Christine 
Tannehill, Lynn 68 
Tanner, Meinrad 3 3 

217 

194 

229 

348 

356 

212 

322 

254 

Tiernan, Janies 
Tierney, Nora 128 
Tietz, Helga 

Tilden, John 

Tilley, Susan 

Straalsund, Jerry 
Strain, Richard 

195 199 

356 

Tanner, Mildred 
Tannian, Frances 

68 

203 

325 

246 

Tillotson, Mary 
Tillotson, Robert 

Strand, Loree 

118 257 

274 307 

tapert, uary J7 5 

Tash, Neal 68 80 82 

Tilton, James 

Strand, Pamela 

294 

83 

103 

360 

Tinling, Reid 

Strandberg, Herbert 

196 

Tatterson, T. A. 


201 

Tinney, E. Roy 

Strang, Kathleen 

301 

Taylor, Arlen 


239 

Tiscornia, Julio 

Strange, Charles 

210 

Taylor, Barbara 

42 

294 

Tisdale, Gary 

Straub, Valaray 

322 

Taylor, Carl E. 68 

194 

360 

Strayer, Cherie 

165 306 

Taylor, Carl J. 


372 

Titland, William 

Streeter, William 

158 377 

Taylor, Carolyn 


322 

Titus, Anne 

Streich, Ronald 

342 

Taylor, Cynthia 


334 

Titus, Nancy 

Streit, Jonnie 

216 220 

Taylor, George 


348 

Titus, Terry 

264 332 

Taylor, James 



Titus, Vance 

Strickland, Alvah 

194 195 

Taylor, John 



Tjomsland, Arnold 

Strickler, Thomas 

372 

Taylor, Joseph 



Tjossein, Donald 69 

Stringham, Sara 

42 322 

Taylor, Julie 


332 

108 

Stritmatter, Kay 

326 

Taylor, Linda 


290 

Tjossem, Cheryl 

Stritzke, Elmer 

210 

Taylor, Norman 


101 

Tobey, Doris 

Strobl, Frank 


Taylor, Paul 

212 

348 

Todd, Nancy 

Stroh, James R. 

221 

Taylor, Rodney 


211 

Todnein, Richard 

Stroh, James W. 

78 225 

Taylor, Ross 


375 

Toll, Carol 

Strom, Anne 

322 

Taylor, William 

76 78 

Tollett, Marcus 3 3 

Strom, Gary 

348 

Taysi, Ali 


368 

Tomac, Arnold 

Strom, Suzanne 

68 109 

Taysi, Haluk 195 

197 

342 

Tomita, Paul 

Struck, Phyllis 

164 212 

Tebb, Michael 


352 

Tomlinson, Donald 

Stuart, Donald 

339 

Tedrow, Donald 

198 

356 

Tomlinson, Richard 

Stuart, Jim 

348 352 

Tec, Barbara 

68 

325 

Tommcrvik, Marvin 

Sturm, Robert 

229 236 

Teel, Barbara 


42 

Tommervik, Robert 

Sturman, Mary 228 

234 308 

Telfer, Thomas 

236 

338 

Tonkin, Dennis 

Stuver, Darrel 

383 

Telford, Charles 

202 

207 

Tonkin, Sibly 

Sucnaga, Joan 212 

217 315 

Tellier, Anthony 


197 

Topness, Robert 39 

Suko, Lonny 

225 

Temple, Merle 39 

199 

376 

Topolski, Kathleen 

Sullivan, Douglas 

39 

Templeton, James 


207 

Torbert, Gordon 

Sullivan, Gerald 

204 

Templeton, Judith 


204 

Torgerson, Lloyd 

Sullivan, Mary 

105 123 

Templin, Sharon 


291 

Torgerson, Richard 

245 

246 290 

Tengelin, Marlene 


322 

Torney, Patricia 

Sullivan, Michael 

374 

Tenn, Bernadine 42 

217 

305 

Torvic, Judith 

Sulzbach, Charles 

204 230 

Tenneson, Dale 

33 

367 

Tost, Charles 

Summers, Arthur 

348 

Tennyson, Ray 


206 

Tousley, Elinor 

Summers, Robert 

253 

Terrey, John 


207 

Summerville, Barbara 

106 322 

Terrile, Annette 


332 

Tousley, R. Dean 

Sumption, Chester 

68 

Tessman, Linda 

120 

294 

Towne, Vernon 

Sund, William 

379 

Tetrick, Richard 


33 

Towne, William 

Sundberg, Nicolina 

112 328 

Thacker, Colleen 

259 

303 


Sundby, Carolyn 

325 

Thai, Edouard 

194 

206 

Townsend, Bruce 

Sundstrom, Sally 

104 297 

Thayer, Ralph 


43 

Townsend, Carl 

Sundstrom, Sondra 

311 

Thayer, Thomas 


211 

Townsend, Karen 

Suryan, Linda 

328 

Thelen, Patricia 


311 

Townsend, Laura 

Suryan, Richard 

356 

Thexton, Rcxall 


140 

Tranim, David 

Sutherland, Janies 

132 

Thiel, Barbara 


322 

Trathen, Brent 114 

Sutherland, Janet 

322 

Thiel, Stephen 


202 

Trax, Sharon 

Svinth, C. A. 

30 

Thieme, Suzanne 


315 

Treadwell, James 

Svinth, Donald 

39 197 

Thirkill, John 


194 

Treadwell, Mowry 

Svinth, Marian 

205 301 

Thomas, David 


368 

Treat, David 

Swain, Clyde 

198 

Thomas, Gene 


340 

Treat, Gary 

Swan, Victor 

369 

Thomas, George 

47 

393 

Trefren, Martha 

Swank, Duane 

215 

Thomas, Glen 

106 

356 

Tressler, Marcia 

Swannack, John 

386 

Thomas, James A. 


368 

Triebelhorn, Robert 

Swanson, Cheryl 

295 

Thomas, James L. 


114 

Tripathy, Sashi 

Swanson, Joanne 

325 

Thomas, Janice 


292 

Troeh, Elsa 100 

Swanson, Kent 

155 375 

Thomas, Joseph 


389 


Swanson, Ole 

332 

Thomas, Larry 

78 

336 

Trolson, Roger 

Swanson, Patricia 

297 

Thomas, Mary 10 3 

259 

332 

Trowbridge, Mary 

Swanson, Robert 

204 

Thomas, Patricia 


305 

Trump, Beverly 

Swaniz, Richard 

368 

Thomas, Susan 


322 

Trzil, John 195 

Swearingen, Ronald 

393 

Thomassen, Shirley 

201 

311 

Tsuboi, Patricia 

Sweatt, Grace 

40 105 

Thompson, Alan 

144 

145 

Tucker, Guy 

Swedberg, Dohn 

196 

146 

147 

149 

Tudor, Charles 195 

Sweeney, Charles 

118 224 

Thompson, Albert 

56 

206 

Tudor, Joy 

Sweeney, Dale 111 

118 303 

Thompson, Carol 


194 

Tufts, David 

Sweet, Hershul 

377 

Thompson, Craig 


384 


Sweet, Larry 

39 195 

Thompson, Dallas 

194 

211 

Tuinings, Dick 

Sweet, Paul 

77 78 

Thompson, Edna 


206 

Tull, Glenda 

Swenson, Barbara 

261 

Thompson, Eugean 


236 

Tuohy, Jane 

Swenson, Diane 

322 

Thompson, Ginger 


322 

Turner, John E. 

Swenson, Gary 

344 

Thompson, Jeffrey 


386 

Turner, John O. 

Swenson, John 208 

216 339 

Thompson, Jerrilynn 


294 

Turner, Mildred 

Swenson, Marvin 

107 

Thompson, Jo Ann 


322 

Turner, Raymond 

Swenson, Sally 166 

212 322 

Thompson, John 

33 

367 

Turrell, Philip 

Swenson, Stanley 

386 

Thompson, Kay 


325 

Turrill, Virginia 

Swett, Diane 

315 

Thompson, Larry 


140 

Tutland, Mary 

Swett, Patricia 

332 

Thompson, Marian 


301 

Twardus, Barbara 

Swisher, Luada 

315 

Thompson, Martin 


373 

Tweed t, Lorna 

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