Anacortes High School - Rhododendron Yearbook (Anacortes, WA)
- Class of 1958
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TO THE ARTS-Man's response fo fhe world
abouf him fhrough his own crealive genius in
liferafure, music, drama, painling and sculp-
fure-do we dedicale fhis 7958 Rhododendron.
These, fhe arfs, form a universal language
fhrough which we undersfand our highesf hopes,
our deepesf sorrows, our greafesf joy, and
fhose hopes, sorrows and joys of all people now
and of fhe pasl. Through our expression in fhe
arfs, we speak fo The generafions yer fo come.
The arfs fhus bridge fhe gap of lime, space,
prejudice and power. ln fhem man hares his
soul and feels a unify wifh all mankind. Through
fhe medium of fhe arfs we slrive for a sfrengfh-
ening of lies among fhe peoples of fhe world.
ln fhem man reaches for fhe highesf expression
-of beaufy and slrives for fhe sublime.
We, fhe slaff, wish fo honor lhose of our
school, sfudenfs and faculfy, who have made if
fheir purpose fo furfher some phase of The
arfs-music, drama, liferafure or painfing, and
fhus enrich our lives and fheirs.
ART . . . CHORAL MUSIC
Ttie sun stiines tmrigtitty on our Atma Mater and
ttle students' cars which wait tor ttie end ot day. The
windows are open to receive the tndian Summerts airg
the quiet campus speaks ot tt1e tousy classroom and is
occasionally interrupted by ttwe ctamor ot students
crossing it between classes.
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Inside the tmuitding our administration is going
about ttle usual morning tastcs. Wtrs. Fayette is typing
out ttle tmuttetin, Mr. Vvittiams is ctiectcing ttne absen-
tees, and Mr. Vvtwitset arranges a schedule ot events.
Classes are in sessiong students go about ttxeir business
ot ttle day,-ttle pursuit ot teaming.
lllo the Seniors . . . You are about to finish
four years of high school. The faculty of this
high school hope that the hase lor things to come
has been well developed. The record that you
have made here and the record you malce when
you go out into the world will he yarclsticlcs hy
which your school is measured. Any student can
malce a good record hy hard worlc, honesty and
perserverance. Every student has some talent.
Your luture achievements will he an inspiration
To the Juniors, Sophs and Frosh . . . Time
passes rapidly-malce every minute count. Play
to win, but always Olney all the rules.
Mr. Clarence Henning
Mr. Henning and Sec. Mrs. Betty Thatcher
Mr. John Reid
Mr. William Whitesel Mr. Charles Williams
Principal Vice Principal
Congratulations to time Class ol H158 lor leacling our stucienl lmocly in
a most suc'Cesslul sciiool yoar. A lm? interest in acacic-mic: arliivyv-
ment. social aftivitifls, music anal sports iiavcf cllaraftorizecl our stuclvnt
lJocly leaclers. A sinvvre appreciation ol CllilI'ElFi9I' anti Citizonsiiip lias
lmeen inlierent in our SiIlClf'l1iS ancl faculty. l am proucl. as are all tlio
teacllers, ol' being part ol time laciulty ol Anacortes Higli Sciiool. Unf-
ol time Qrvatest rewarcls ol worlcing witli stuclefnts is lcnowingf tlial time-y.
in turn, talce pricle in illffif sriiool, tlleir stuclent lqocly ancl tlwir lvaclvrs.
'lille stuclent ljociy, laculty anal administrators are ,Qt'HiF'l.lll to Pat Ness
anci l.arry Fox. co-eclitors: to time Rlwocloclenclron Stall, anal to tlwir
aclviser, Mrs. Beard tor tim procluvtion oi tllis lasting roforcl ot our
sfliool lite fluring time year i057-58 in tliis yearis Rliocloclcnclron.
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Mr. Williams, Mr. Whitesel and Sec. Mrs. Leeta Fayette
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Mrs. Gwen Beard Freshmen Qirls Glee
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Civics, U.S. History
Mr. Robert Beard
U.S. History, Civics
Mr. Allen Comet!
Wash. State History, 5
Mrs. Kathleen Eberle
Mr. Mel Davis
Mr. Russell Davis
Mr' Ferdinand Kramer Mrs. Margaret Larsson Mr. Art Larsson
Geometry Advanced Family Living, Freshman English,
Maui, College Math Home Economics General Science'
Miss Ruth Farnham
Wash. State History
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Mrs. Ethel Looff
I Freshman English
Our faculty loolcs forward to the Vveclnesday afternoon coltee hour
to relax, chat and talce refuge for a short while from a husy classroom
routine. Here the latest games, plays, hoolcs and even politics are hanclied
ahout in various conversations. Occasionally this hour is used as a regular
faculty husiness meeting at which lVlr. Vvhitesel presides. At the coffee
hour pictured here, Mr. Williams is the gracious host. Each faculty mem-
her talces his turn as host, furnishing coffee and some tempting tidhits.
Mrs. Eherle, our new Home Economics teacher, whose home is in
Everett. comes to us from Sunnyside .lunior High School, where she taught
tor five years. She is pleased with her room, and expressed an enthusiasm
for our school. We are glad to welcome her to our faculty.
An addition to our mathematics and science department is Mr. Mor-
ris who teaches general mathematics ancl hiology. He was graduated
from Pacific Lutheran College in 1956, where he played varsity foothall
for four years. His interest in toothall continues as he worlcs with the fresh-
man squad. We are very glad to have him as a memher of our faculty.
Mr. Don Moms
Mr. James Neilsen Mr. William Peterson
Auto Shop, Sophomore English,
Mechanical Drawing Athletics
Below left to right.
Mr. Joseph Shotner
Mr. Kirvin Smith Miss Mary Stapjp
Psychology, Girls Physical
World Problems Education
Mr. William Taylor
Mrs. Maude Webb Mr. Vaughn Weber Mr. Harold Reade Mr. Richard Baldwin
Library Boys Physical Chemistry, Physics, Industrial Arts
Education, General Science
Wash. State History
ln our library, our faithful, patient teachers have a chance to
use their few precious moments of leisure to checlc up on the events
of the day as they meet informally around a library table. ln the
upper corner, several of our teachers are talcing advantage ot our
libraryls new world map facilities as they find the locality ot the
world events. Mr. Smith has evidently found the right spot, as
he indicates with a pencil. Mrs. Vvebb, our helpful librarian, is
agreeing, while Mrs. Beard and Mr. Williams loolc on with in-
terest. Mr. Beard finds his own solution to the problem.
Four of our coaches, Mr. Larsson, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Cornet
and Mr. Morris share the sport section ot the paper as they meet
congenially around the library table. Mr. Peterson has evidently
found a loophole in the strategy of one of our opponents. Mr. Lars-
son and Mr. Cornett checlc the league listings, and Mr. Morris
malces his calculations for the next Uguest guessern contest.
Mrs. Kathryn Thomas Mr. Allen Veal
Journalism, Bookkeeping, Typing,
Shorthand, Typing Commercial Law,
Among the new members ol our faculty this year
is Mr. Richard Baldwin, industrial arts teacher.
After being graduated from 'VVSC in IQ53, he
taught at Mt. Si High School and at Benton City.
Then he came west of the mountains to teach at
Vvith us this year in the Science Department is
Mr. Harold Reade, an advocate ot liberal educa-
tion. Living on a boat and commuting every weelc-
end baclc and forth to Bellingham, where
Mr. Reade is continuing his colorful lite. He has
worlced on a Geological survey in Africa and has
been a social case worlcer in Chicago. His teaching
experience includes a session at Laconner and Dar-
rington. Vve welcome him to our faculty.
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At commencement time, we talce the
opportunity to loolc haclc upon our years
in high school.
As freshmen, we thought the seniors
were awfully tall and sophisticated, our-
selves as just another cog in the wheel.
Then we became sophomores, new
freshmen tool: our places at the hottom
and we were on our way up. We
thought we were sitting on top ol the
World. We toolc a greater part in the
extra-curricular activities, and we got to
lmow more people. Before we really
realized it, our second year had passed.
We were iuniors. Oh sweet sixteenl
We hegan appearing at school with our
zars. As the year progressed, we found
Jurselves carrying responsibilities. Next
year, we thought, the seniors will he
gone, and it will he our turn to stand at
he top and malce of our school what we
Then finally that June day comes
ind we are seniorsl Three years ago we
hought it could never happen, and now
ve can scarcely helieve time has passed
0 quiclcly. The school is ours. Septem-
ver comes, and we have our pictures
alien, order calling cards, preside over
meetings and study college catalogues.
:all days fly hy faster than we expected.
We settle down to study for the college
oard exams weyre going to talie in the
pring. Then suddenly final exams are
pon us. A last mad rush to cram into
ur lorains something we really should
ave learned months ago. Finally, that
ig day arrives. We stand in caps and
owns before our parents and friends
nd receive our diplomas from the chair-
man ol the school hoard. It is our turn
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Jack Bergner Pauline Winn, Sec.-Treas
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LBHY Foote' ViCe'PreS' Karene Bettys Fred Brooks
Charles Byford Wayne Cain Delwyn Carlson
Paula Chef'Y Roger COIOUY .Terry Converse Bette Dansingburg
Geri Dickison Gloria Diurickson Barry Drake Gordon Drake
Gerald Earle Fred Edelmen Deanna Fennell
Larry Foote Larry Fox Bill Frederick
Liz Gaynor Chuck Geska
Lloyd Glasoe Darlene Granville
George Haller Brenda Hamilton
Carolyn Hansen Margaret Hetzel Richard Hicks
Blanche Holmes Bill Hoors Susan Jenkins
Keith Johnson Nfml Johnsvn Sylvia Johnson Gloria Johnston
lone Hamps Phil Hanske Gary Keisrer
Fred Hndw' Archie Kmldson Gary Krause
Dan LaRoche John Larson
Gary Mansfield Ed Maryott Judy McFadden
Dan Mclvar Barbara McLean Mike Merz
Clark Munroe Pat Ness Pat
Mary Jane Osman
Sandra Overton -ki Eugene Palmer Anna Paszkowski Argus Pate
jude Paul Pat Perry Terry Powers
Paul Roberts Ward Rosen Jerald Rumsey
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In planning, working, leading.-'these
have heen the classmates that have given
so much to make our stay in A.H.S. enjoy-
able and worthwhile. Through the inspira-
tion of their leadership, we have achieved
an enviahle record in scholarship, music,
drama and athletics.
Here we see them as they were and as
they are now. We all wish for them the
hrightest of futures and the full fruition of
their many talents and abilities, that our
community may he enriched hy their person-
alities, as we who have known them in
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Congratulations to the leaders of the
Class of 1958!
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Mrs. Thomas, Advisor
Mr. Davis, Advisor
The junior year at A.l'l.S. is full ol hard worlc and good times. lvlany seniors have
said in retrospect that they as juniors began to realize that learning was their real pur-
pose in high school. Here they hegan a heavier academic course. US. History and Civ-
ics made a definite change and formed the hasis ot their realizing the value ot our
Juniors are aslced to carry increasing responsibilities in activities as they prepare
lor the leadership they must assume as seniors. The most testive event ot the junior
year is the .lunior Prom. As the date approaches, the worlc increases and the excite-
ment mounts. The hig night arrives, and the result ot the class elllorts is enjoyed by
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Dick Williams, Pres.
Dennis Mapes, Vice-Pres.
Advisor: Mrs. Larsson
Advisor: Mr. Morris
Front row, left to right: Arlene Beyer,
lulie Benjestorf, LeAnn Balihazor,
feckie Bozanich, .Tenet Barth, Kathy
kmes, Carole Bolie, Donna Bishop,
Jarrlyn Bargewell, Joan Brazas, Julie
kulerich. Second row, left to right
fed Burlingame, Don Bergner, Jerry
lust, Ken Bates, Sid Clark, Ron Cain,
'im Clark, Bob Brown, Roy Carlson.
Helen James, Sec.-Treas.
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Front row, left to right: Carol Grimsley, Karen Herman, Donna Gibbons, Lyndi Hawkings, Janet Cheney, Mary Harris, Michelle Fayette,
Franulovich, Helen James, Beverly Daniel, Janet Dickinson, Michael Engdahl, Ella Elvebak, Linda Halgren, Pat Cantrell, Lynn Ebel, Carol Poster,
Sharon Hamm, Linda Gugich, Donna Dennis, Marie Foote Marilyn Edelman, Bessie Humphrey, Marilyn Henderson. Second row, left to right: Mike
Cotton, Ed Hodges, Pat Foss, Tom Hoots, Ken Fisher, Ken Haugen, Edwin Frank, Dennis Forsyth, Gary Erholm, Richard Geiger Fred Crowell, Bob
Graler, .lim Conquest, Ari Hodges, Earl Croy, Bob Darling, Les Crosby, Dick Erickson, Jim Hatton, Roger Hill.
we pause for
a cool drink before controlling on our way.
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O At noon, students talre to the outdoors
ll- to enjoy their halt hour oft an just to
talce lite easy.
Front row, left to right: Jeanne Mackenzie, Zelda Keith, Sherri Lang, Mae Macy, Karen Knutzen, Dorothy Maynard, Mary O'Brien, Gail Johnson,
Sula Justice, Jean I.eMay, Charlotte Nibarger, Karen Oakland, Sue Lowman, Pat McGill, Donna Olson, Bessie Humphrey, Donnalee Jasna, Peggy
Levine, Mary Ann Myszkowski, Shirley O'Brien, Gayle Lauderbach, Freddie Ann Mead. Back row, left to right: Judy Nisbet, Pat Kautz, Dick
Knowles, Steve Mansfield, Denny Oreb, Ernie Howard, Brian Rockom, Don Parker, Ken Moore, Dennis Mapes, Shannon Montague, Dave Munsell,
Dave Jensen, Dick Paul, George Kreiger, Dick Izban, Lloyd Crosby, Chuck Mason, Fred Pingle, Charles Mullin, Reiley Owens, Glen Iverson,
Danny Kennard, Bill Moore, Jo Ann Nasman, Sandi Kertis.
Front row, lett to right: Leona Hay-
mernt, Hicke St. Andre, Shirley Rat-
zow, Kathy Rodenberger, Sandi Peter-
son, Linda O'Neil, Freda Roberts, Eula
Pate, Karsa Smith. Back row, left to
right: Steve Smiley, Tim Schoos, Dave
Thatcher, John Smiley, Ron Sherin, Jim
Spitze, Dennis Smeby, Lawrence
Smith, Dan Sullivan, John Steen.
As we sophomores loolc haclc. we realize that ours has been a year of confusion,
lor our class was a class in between-we felt superior toward the freshmen but interior
to iuniors and seniors. ln a way this was the first year that we were really considered
a part ot A.l'l.S. We began to join clubs which we as freshmen couldn't join. This
year through the hard worlc ol the class officers and members, we entered a float in
the Homecoming parade. We became more interested in sports as a few select sopho-
mores were placed on varsity squads. Upperclassmen began to recognize a few of us as
potential leaders. A few became officers of various clubs. Some even received the hon-
or ol being a cheer leader or song leader.
As sophomores we could choose a few of the classes we were to talreg although
most ol our course consisted of required suhiects. Some ol us even had a study hall.
Vve lelt a little sad as we decorated lor Baccalaureate, realizing that one more
class was oft to lind their place in the world, that the sophomore year was alimost over
and a new junior class is about to be born. But now that We have completed our sec-
ond year in high school ,we loolc forward to next fall when as juniors we will arise
from the depths ol 'Anacortes High.
Front row, left to right: Cathy
Woodruff, Claudia Still, Donna Un-
derwood, Carol Tubbs, Dee Ann I
Thomas, Sue Wagner, Linde Storme, ,
Betty Taylor, Darlene Wolfe, Carole
Strong, Judy White, Judy Sarrels,
Alice Pratt. Back row, lett to right:
Mika Welch, Alton Willoughby,
Clell Whitney, Nick Winter, Paul
Webber, Dick Williams, Bill Wick-
berg, Gerald Watson, Torn Wilson
Dick Wcodina. Bill Walk.
Rick Wilson, Pres.
FRE HMAN CLASS
Front row, left to right: Karen Baker,
Clarise Adams, Donna Barcoti, Pal
Banning, Dcnna Annett, Martie An-
derson, Arlene Baker, Janet Archer,
Marvin Ballsmider. Second row, left
to right: I-'red Brown, Rod Balsley, Dar-
rell Balihazor, Lynn Barcoti, Jerry Ar'-
neti, Dennis Asseln, Arnold Ballhazor,
Lloyd Arneson, Harry Hibbler.
Front mv, ld! to right: Pat Dragavon, Anna Buchanan, Karen Butler, Betty Jewett, Stephanie Geska, Marilyn Bishop, Judy Fisher, Louise Hotel'-
camp, Deanna Bowman, Alice Franulovich, Judy Erickson, Sdiney Goff, Nancy Heglin, Bonita Ginnett, Becky Fox, Pat Hall, Margaret Bassett, Shir-
ley Evans. Back row, left to right: Alvin Cain, Bob Dennis, Jim Dorsett, Wayne Colony, Lloyd Downs, Mike Eilord, Ray Carpenter, George
Cherry, Robert Brooks, Bob Evans, Alan Davis, Dan Coleman, Gilbert Bowlin, Steve Barton, Mike Espe, Gary Bryant, .lerry Cartee.
Upon entering the school doors, stu- i
dents of A.l'l.S. exchange friendly
greetings lnefore settling down to the .a
worlc at hand.
Sponsored lJy Snyderys Pharmacy and Burton's Jewelry
The cozy covered walkway between
the iwo lnuilolings is a nice spot for a
Front row, left to right: Carolyn Lowder, Marjorie Morrison, Sharon Erickson, Ruth Martin, Irene Miner, Judy Merrifield, Sharon Johnston, Mar-
inette Johnson, Virginia Lewis, Charlotte Luehrs, Carole Kangas, Julie Morin, Sandi Jones, Karen Kingston, Susan Kegley, Sandra Merz,JoAnn Lin-
vog, Gina Markel, Linda Kleven. Second row, left to right: John Hull, Terry Johnson, Terry Hirni, Terry Kilbreath, Jim Lamphear, Larry Fraley.
George Hicks, Dennis Jones, Ron Kinssies, Hoge Immer, Nick Maricich, Kenneth Lamont, Allen Howard, Chuck Johnson, Jim Hatton, Dick Fullmer,
Front row, leit to right: Judy McKinnon, Delma O'Brien, Jane MacGregor, Marnae Sherman, Loretta Mullin, Charlene Nibarger, Linda Osborn,
Janet Nelson, Audel McLachlan, Carol Rogers, Carol Springer, Carol Rosen, Joanne Nicholson, Sandi Shull, Cynthia Roskelley, Sandi Nelson,
Luella Paulson, Judy Nevala, Kathy Posthumus. Back row, left to right: Sharon Owens, Nick Neutzman, Ken Peterson, Bob Pleas, Mike Moen,
Sid O'Brien, Roger Pearson, Gaylon Oakes, Dave Padgett, Bob Pearson, Dwight Peterson, Joe McLaughlin, Larry Morris, Bob Petrish, Curt McDer-
mott, Newk McCall, Wayne Palmer, Chet Reid, Connie O'Donne1l.
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We lincl the lirst year ol high school is quite an ex-
perience. The atmosphere is much clillerent lrom gracle
school. Vve are now young adults. More responsihilities
are placecl upon us, ancl it is up to us to concluctourselves
The first lew days are ones ol confusion. We cannot
lincl our classes, we lorget our teachers, names, and we
forget our loclcer numhers. VVe soon lincl our way through
the conlusion to a regular class routine, and lay the encl ol
the year We have made a place lor ourselves in the stuclent
hodv ol Anacortes High.
Front row, left to richt John Sullivan, Sharon Smith, Ruth Weaver Linda White Janice Shelton, Judy Tidrington, Lynne Way, Joan Williams,
Sharon Stone JoAn1 avidge Bernice Whittom Nancy Wemer Carolyn White Ann Wings, Sharon Tubbs, Linda Traiton, Vicki Taylor, Dennis
Walrod Back row left to right Stan Kremer Charles Requa Dale Turner, Richard Sawyer Phil Robbins, John Skarrup, Dan Thygesen, Evans
Whitney Bill Thayer Ed Sherman John Tulliul Clifford Wynn Barry Sehlin Rick Wilson Paul Stannert, Terry Toland, Albert Thawley.
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Ttirougtw ttie organizations ot our
sctlool ttwe students are drawn more
closely togettier, and a teeling ot triend-
liness and cooperation is created among
Gut organizations provide us Wittl ttie
practical experience tmactiground tor our
later participation in democratic govern-
ment. Vve learn to realize that important
decisions are made tor ttie lnenetit ot all
not just a tew. Here are developed ttie
leaders ot ttie luture.
Assn't Business Manager-
Standing-Gary Keister. Front row, left to right-Julie Morin, Nancy Werner, Carol Werner, Bill Lewis, Tom Higgins, Fred Knapp, Virg Taylor,
DiAnn Balthazor. Second row-Pa! Ness, Susan Mayse, Grace Malson, Brenda Hamilton, Richard Hicks, Larry Fox, Alma Franulovich, Gayle Laud-
erbach. Third row-Liz Gaynor, Judy McFadden, Joanne Arneson, Geri Dickison, Mary Jane Osman, Gary Tarbox, Paula Cherry, Donna Terry,
Carolyn Hansen, Mr. Smith. Fourth row-Larry Foote, Dave Anderson, Frank Whipkey, Ron Staflin, Dick Williams, Freddie Ann Mead, Joanne
Front row, left io right, Maria Franulovich, Sharon Leuhrs, Bene Dansingburg,
Carolyn Hansen, Pat Perry, Second row, Dick Williams, Keith Lauderbach, Virg
Taylor, Denny Colacino, Geri Dickison, Sylvia Johnson, Joan Brazas, Judy Stom-
baugh, Paula Cherry, Back row, Gary KeisIer,Janice Rydberg, John Larsen, Pa!
During the morning annual staff class, everyone is worlxing
at his own iolo or is helping someone else. Some memhers are
planning layouts, some are choosing pictures or scheduling photo-
graphy, others are writing copy, while the artists are drawing
pictures or malcing designs to he used as spacehrealcers through-
out the annual. After school the sales staff is husy canvassing the
town, selling ads for the yearhoolc. Facing deadlines, the editors,
Larry Fox and Pat Ness, urge the staff memhers on in their effort
to achieve a fine annual.
Front: Susan Mayse, Sylvia Wilson, Joanne Arneson, LeAnne Welk, Donna Terry.
Back: Han Swyter, Bob Johnson, Mike Gillespie, Larry Fox, Dave Anderson, Paul
Webber, Richard Hicks, Bill Hooks.
Advisor: Mrs. Gwen Beard
In front: Pauline Winn, Beverly Sawyer. Sitting at table: Liz Gaynor, Virgil Taylor, Gary
Mansfield, Janice Rydberg. Standing: Ruth Smiley, Margaret Hetzel, Lynda Lee, Sharon
Luehrs, Gloria Johnston, Hans Swyter, Ward Rosen, Larry Foote, Maria Franulovich.
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Third Quarter Editor Second Quarter Editc
First row-L to R: Lynda Lee, Ruth Smiley, Sandy Merz, Nancy Heglin, Becky Fox, Judy Mcliennion, Rodney Balsley. Second row--Charles Requa, Liz Gaynor, Beverlq
Sawyer, Pauline Winn, Maria Franulovich, Gloria Johnston, Janice Rydberg, Al Thawley. Third row-Margaret Hetzel, Ella Elveback, Ward Rosen, Larry Foote, Han:
Swyter, Gary Mansfield, Virgil Taylor, Sharon Luehrs, Carol Rogers.
Advisor-Mr. R. Beard
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Advisor--Mrs. G. Beard
f Historian-Joan Brazas
1st row, lett to right: Janice Rydberg, Susan Mayse, Joyce Rumsey, Pat McGill, Kathy Rodenburger, Donna Olson, Janet Cheney, Sharon Hamm, Karen Knutzen, Marian Dutton
Linda Salsman, Jackie Bozanich, Judy Sarrels, Betty Fuhr, Margie Thawley. 2nd row, left to right: Pat Ness, Carol Steen, Dorothy Scott, Joan Brazas, Betty Larsen, Grace Malson
Janet Dickinson, Mary Harris, DiAnn Balthazor, Helen James, Joanne Nasman, Susan Lowman, Mirene Henning, Judy Colvin, Janet Colvin, Judy Bargewell, Sylvia Johnson
Gloria Johnston, Mary Jane Osman, Sharon Luehrs. 3rd row, left to right: Roberta DeBruler, Ella Elvebak, Margaret Hetzel, Roy Carlson, Roger Hill, Steve Mansfield, Dick Erick
son, Hon Staflin, Ron Rayment, Ken Moore, Rick Hicks, Virg Taylor, Larry Fox, John Plancich, Don Williamson, Carol Werner, Joanne Arneson, Judy Nisbet, Paula Cherry
Ruth Smiley, Marilyn Edleman, Jeanne Mackenzie, Shirley Rayment. 4th row, left to right: Mike Welch, Larry Hirni, Steve Smiley, Dave Renquist, Paul Webber, Lee Huntsman
Dennis Harr, Gary Keister, Gary Tarbox, Dick Williams, Jim Spitze, Roger Colony, Han Swyter, Fred Symonds, Larry Foote, Phil Kanske, Bill Lewis.
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Richard Hicks Gary Tarbox, Treasurer
International Trustee District Chaplain
So that it may maintain its high standards ol leadership, de-
velopment and service, Key Cluh selects its memhers with the
greatest care. They are chosen on the hasis of potential leadership
and initiative so that they may provide themselves with experience
in living and worlcing together and prepare themselves lor useful
citizenship. The cluh cooperates with the faculty, administration
and its sponsors, Kiwanis, in carrying out these ohjectives and serv-
ing the school, community and home.
Highlighting this Key Cluh year was a leadership banquet
and conference giving the school leaders a deeper insight into their
responsibility as leaders.
First row-L to R: Frank WhiokeY. Bob Johnson, Steve Mansfield, Don Williamson, Ken Moore, Bill Hoots, Mike Gillespie,
.lan Orsini, Bill Welk. Second row: Larry Fox, Fred Symonds, Richard Hicks, Han Swyter, Bill Balsley, Harvey
Buer, Virg Taylor, Keith Lauderbach, Bill Lewis. Third row: Gary Erholm, Keith Johnson, Dick Williams, Elmer
Guthrie, Gary Keister, Gary Tarbox, Paul Webber. Fred Knapp, George Larson.
50 Elmer Guthrie, Sgt. at Arms
Virg Taylor, Lieutenant Goverr
Larry Fox, President
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Han Swyter, Secretary
Pres.-JoAnne Arneson Vice-Pres.-Geri Dickison Sec.-Trees.-Judy Bargewell Sgt, of An-ng.-Bob Johnson
Organizing a fine rooting section is the worlr oi Pep Club.
a liason between the student body, the alumni and Anacortes'
enthusiastic fans. To lceep the spirits high, Pep Club manages
the annual homecoming festivities. Geared for fast moving
action, this, the gayest event of the year, puts us all in a spirit
of anticipation of tile yearys atllletic contests.
Miss Mary stapp -Advisor
First row: Pat Perry, Pat Peterson, Betty Milat, Barbara Moore, Alma Franulovich, Gail Ebel, Nancy Heglin, Linda Kleven, Margie Morrison, Carole Bolte, Kathy Ames, Julie
Benjestort, Mary Ann Myszkowslri, Dorothy Maynard. Second row: Delma O'Brien, Judy Nevala, Cecelia Brown, JoAnne Nasman, DiAnn Balthazor, Judy Macfadden, Sandi
Overton, Carol Werner, Pat Ness, Judy Stombaugh, Mirene Henning, Janice Rydberg, Sharon Luehrs, bette Dansingburg, Lynn Ebel, Julie Aulerich. Third row: Judy Colvin,
Janet Colvin, Pat Kautz, Pat Hall, Joan Williams, Susan Kegley, Carol Rogers, Virgie Lewis, Jane MacGregor, Midge Hising, Pat Orton,Jo Ann Nidmlson, Linda White. Fourth
row: Helen James, Freddie Ann Mead, Judy White, Gayle Lauderbach, Irene Miner, Lynne Way, Berncie 'Nhittom Margaret Bassett, Julie Morin, Arlene Baker, Louise Hoier-
camp, Karen Butler, Pat McGill, Sue Lowman, Jeanne MacKenzie. Fifth row: Linda Halgren, Linda Trafton, Janet Nelson, JoAnne Savage, Gloria Johnston, Brenda Hamilton,
Shirley Johnston, Lorraine Nelson, Jackie Bozenich, Sylvia Wilson, Sally DeCoria, Elizabeth Macy, Susan Mayse. Sixth row: Donna Barcott, Carole Kangas, Deanna Bowman,
Stephanie Geska, Nancy Werner, Becky Fox, Carol Steen, DeLesta Zigler, Cathy Suryan, Judie Lewis, Maria Franulovich, Kathy Posthumus, Joyce Clark. Seventh row: Colleen
Peterson, Dorothy Scott, Carol Hansen, Ron Statlin, Gary Ginnett, Fred Symonds, Geri Dickison, JoAnn Arneson, Judy Bargewell, Ann Wings.
First row, left to right-Mike Cotton, Ron Haymenl, Brian Rockom. Second row-John Plancich, Ron Stafflin. Third row-Denny Colacino, Bill
Fredrick, Larry Hirni. Fourth row-Noel Johnson, Bob Malland, Fred Pingle. Fifth row-Ernie Afterberry, Tom Higgins, Dennis Harr, Jim May'
berry, Mike Crowell, Gary Mansfield, Rex Stroup, Fred Crowell.
flux' clutm is attilialect with the Rotary Cluh ot Anacortes ancl the Pro-
jects we are undertaking are selling ot programs and press hoolis at athletic events. and
the tnuilcting ot a float ancl clecoration ot' the captainls car in the Homecoming paracte.
ln the tuture, we plan to sell high school telephone hoolcs tor the convenience of the
stuctents and faculty.
Our Anacortes High School Hi-Yls purpose is to create and maintain a high
standard ot Christian living throughout the school. Because accomplishments ot our
Hi-Y and our service to our school ancl community we were awarctect a plaque tor he-
ing the hest Hi-Y cluh ot this county. Vve are prouct ot our record and hope to maintain
or hetter it in the tuture years. Vice-PreS.1Dennis Han.
Chaplain'-Gary Mansfield TTSHS--Bill Fredrick Sec.-Brian Rockom
Sgf. of Arms-Denny Colacino
First row, leit-to right-Judy Colvin, Connie Bargewell, Janet Colvin, Betty Larsen, Janet Pollom, Sue Mayse. Second row-Linda Gugich, Sharon
Hamm, Karen Knutzen, Judy Bargewell, Gayle Johnson, Gloria Johnston, Pauline Winn, Kathy Rodenberger, Sandi Peterson, Janet Cheney,
Elaine Savage, Marian Dutiton, Helen James, Paula Cherry. Third row-DeLesta Zigler, Brenda Hamilton, Jean MacKenzie, Darrelyn Barge-
well, Michelle Fayette. Fourth row-Gail Ebel, Linda Salsman, Karen Herman, Margie Thawley, Patty McGill. Filth row-Lynda Hawkings, Gayle
Lauderbach, Julie Benjestorf, Judy Nisbet, Shirley O'Brien, Barbara Moore, Sandi Horner, DiAnn Balthazor, Dorothy Scott, Judy White Pat
Perry, Donna Terry. Sixth row-Pat Cantrell, Betty Taylor, Sylvia Johnson, Sharon Evans, Elizabeth Macy, Mary Jane Osman, Pat Ness.
Tri-Hi-Y has drawn together in our high schoola group of girls willing to give of themselves and of
their time for a great cause: to create, maintain and extend throughout the home. school and com-
munity high standards of Christian character. Tri-Hi-Y is a triangle with Christ at the center. Qur
slogan is Upure thoughts, pure words, pure actionsfi Our colors are red, white and l3lue'-fexempli-
lying Sacrilice, Purity and Loyalty.
Pres.-Pat Ness Vice-Pres.-Sharon Evans Sec--P 31118 Ch9ffY Treas.-Linda Salsman
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Adviser: Mr. Petersor
Vice-Pres.-Elmer Guthrie , ,
Anacortes Lettermens Ciuh is composed of Soph-
omores, Juniors and Seniors who have eamed their
coveted letter in at least one of the six varsity sports
offered at A.H.S.
During the last weeks of school an event of inter-
est not only to the iettermen, hut to the entire student
body, is the sometimes comical events taking place dur-
a F ing the initiation of the newly elected candidates for
' membership in the ciuh.
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ec Teas om lggm Big A has a paddie squad which maintains or-
der at all varsity games. This year the ciuh has under-
taken the ioh of building concession stands for the use
of ali ciuhs and organizations.
All these varsity players gave their utmost in
whatever athletic activities they participated. Their
Sgt' of Am-Bill Frederick ideals are an inspiration to all the Junior Varsity and
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First row-l. to R: Ron Swedburg, Bill Lewis, Terry Powers, Paul Roberts, Larry Fox, Lynn Toland, Mike Crowell, John Plancich, Ken Moore, Don Williamson, Jim Larsen,
Fred Pingle, Chuck Bates, Dick Erickson, Gordon Drake, Roger Hill, Ron Stailin, Frank Whipkey, Bill Wooding, Mike Cotton, Brian Rockom. Second row-Mr. Peterson.
Gary Keister, Ed Way, Fred Brooks, Fred Edelman. Gary Way, Den Colacino, Ron Rayment, Fred Crowell, Joe Williams, Ernie Afterberry, George Larson, Bob Graler,
Archie Knudson, Lloyd Glasoe, Virg Taylor, Richard Hicks, Noel Johnson, Rex Stroup, Keith Lauderbach, Fred Symonds, Bill Welk, Chuck Turner. Sitting on 'ROCK'-
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Adviser: Miss Stapp
As the year progresses, We girls of G.A.C. parti-
cipate in volleyball, basketball, badminton, bowling
and baseball. Each member ol the group also talces
part in an individual sport.
Every year the basketball playday is held here.
This day gives many of our members an opportunity to
participate as players or officials and a chance to get
acquainted with G.A.C. members from other schools
in this district.
ldeals of good sportsmanship, cleanliness and bet-
ter health come to us as we worlc and play under the
direction oi Miss Stapp, our coach.
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Welk, Bette Dansingburg, Carolyn Hansen. Second row-Janet Nelson, Pat Dragovan, Sandra Shull, Becky Fox, Patsy Hall, Karen Butler, Carol Rogers, Pat Peterson,
Nancy Werner, Deanna Bowman, Virgie Lewis, Sue Kegley Gina Merkel, DiAnn Balthazor. Third row-Paula Cherry, Sylvia Johnson, Janet Cheney, Julia Beniestori, Sandi
Kurtis, Marilyn Edleman, Darrelyn Bargewell, Michelle Fayette, Bev Daniels, Gail Johnson, Sharon Evans, Mirene Henning, Linda Salsman, Judy Erickson. Fourth row-
Doreen La Roche, Shirley Rayment, Donalee Jasna, Jackie Bozanich, Judy Nisbet, Shirley O'Brien, Betty Taylor, Linda Hawkings, Kathy Rodenburger, Susan Lowrnan, Patty
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sliip and tlie values ot community lite.
ln our sctiool tlie activities are planned
to give us an experience in ttie proper
type of entertainment. We have oppor-
tunities to participate in and enjoy good
music, drama, national assembly pro-
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We, the annual staff and Student hody, Wis
to 1: ante the sponsors of the 1958 Rhododendron
T e staff urges all students to patronize these,
AHan's City Market
Amsherry's Fine Foods
Anacortes Glass Co.
Anacortes iron Works
Anacortes Laundry and Cleaners
Anacortes Motor Court
Anacortes Rexall Drugs
Andrews' Variety Store
Christ Nelson Insurance
Coder Heating and Appliances
Columbia Valley Lumber Company
Rasco-Diamond 5C-Sl Store
First Federal Savings and Loan
Funlcs Richfield Service
Gencys Standard Station
J. C. Penney Co.
Johnsons Sport Supply
Marine Supply and Hardware
Nobles Men's VV'ear
Sharpe's Corner Service
Verna Vvells Studio
West Coast Creamery
Vvingeys Community Store
VV. J. Vvelch, Accountant
Wm. McCallum, Insurance R
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ticipating in plays greatly outweighs
all fears and anxieties. The first night
of rehearsal all the cast gathers to-
gether to read over the lines and get
the feeling of the play. Then they
get into the swing of things hy acting
and memorizing the parts.
As the last tew weelcs come, all
the actors and actresses are vividly
aware that the curtains will soon rise
on their interpretation of this play.
Alter three matinees, the final per!
lormance comes at last. The malce-up
crew have done their hest to give
them the hest appearance with their
part. As the curtains open all players
are unusually at ease-they have for
gotten all the last minute tears, tor-
getting lines, tripping over chairs.
hearing a cholced squeelc instead ot
their voice. The hurried coming and
going of the actors, stage hands.
malce-up crew and prompters goes on
quietly haclc stage as the play pro-
ceeds. Before they realize it the play
is over and they are all lined up for
a curtain call.
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Left to right-Basses: Ron Stallin, Chuck Byford, Horns: Betty Fuhr, Ralph Cole
K JoEllen Nelson, Jane! Cheney, Shirley Evans.
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Gregor, Jerry Cartee, .Terry Wittman, Dan Thygesen, Sharon Luehrs.
Left to right-Saxophones: Jackie Winkler, Becky Fox, Marnae Sherman, JoAnne Arneson, Fred Brooks, Clarinets: Dan Mclvor, Ron Rayment, Roger Immer,
George Hicks, Richard Wilson, Steve Barton, Larry Praley, Bob Petrish, Bill Treloar, Chuck Johnson.
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carols. preceding the pageant, the choir sang
a group of beautiful sacred choral numbers.
The annual Spring concert and the Bell-
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activities during the spring. The whole choir
and the ensemble groups performed at an
aiudication and received high honors. Thir-
ty members were chosen to represent Ana-
cortes in a mass choir of about 250 voices,
which practiced all day and gave a concert
in the evening as the climax of the festival.
As the choir prepared for Baccalaureate
and commencement, the senior choristers
realized that this was a memorable occasion
for them.-the last time they would be sing-
ing with the A.H.S. Choir. Many happy
memories filled their minds at this time.
All of the members of the choir wish to
express their deepest appreciation to our di-
rector, Mr. Vernon Greenstreet, who led
them in a most successful year.
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Back row: From left to right: Larry Hirni, Carl Vaughn, Rex Stroup, Ron Cain, Lloyd Glasoe, Gary Way, Jim Spitze, Archie Andrews, .loe Williarns, Jim Larson, Dennis
Mapes, Chuck Mason. Seated, from left to right: Bill Belcher, Den Smeby, Art Hodges, Bob Graler, Tom Hoots, .lan Orsini, Les Crosby, Dick Wooding, Alton Willoughby,
The Anacortes Seahawks, although on the short end of a 3-6 win loss record, played some rough football this last fall. With a few more breaks they could have
been in the same spot they were last year at the end of the season, the championship slot.
ARLINGTON-In the season opener, a non-conference tilt with Arlington, the Hawks were taken by surprise as the Eagles put the crunch on them by the score
of 44-0. It needn't be said that the Hawks were ranked low after that.
SNOHOMISH-Anacortes showed power in the Snohomish game. They were pushing the Panthers all over the field. The only thing wrong was that they could-
n't get the ball across the goal line. When the game ended it was Snohomish 6, An 'tcortes O.
EDMONDS -Not having won a ball game during the season, the Hawks finally got untracked with an upset victory over highly touted Edmonds. Playing be-
fore a home crowd, Anacortes just couldn't be stopped as they turned in a superlative appearance and went on to win 19 to 12.
SEDRO WOOLLEY-Bad breaks and had passes were the story for the Seahawks in the Sedro Woolley game. Leading 6-0 going into the last quarter, the Hawks
looked as it they had it all sewed up, but Sedro Woolley came back late in the fourth to tie it up and then to go on and win 12-6.
MOUNT VERNON-Homecoming with Mount Vernon didn't turn out too well as the Hawks lost to a hard running bunch of Bulldogs by the score ot 22 to 6.
The Seahawks got otf to a fast start by scoring the first touchdown, but the Greenmen came back to take the ball game on their superior running ability.
OAK HARBOR-Playing Oak Harbor on their home field, the Hawks romped to an easy 32-O victory over their Whidbey Island neighbors. By winning this
game, the Hawks were acclaimed Champion of the San Juan lslands.
MARYSVILLE-Anacortes made it two victories in a row as they humbled the Marysville Tomahawks 30-13. The game saw a lot of thrills and was a good win
to add to the Seahawk record.
MONROE-Everything favored the Seahawks but the final score of the Monroe game as they lost 14-13. The boot of a single point was the difference as Anacor-
trs looked as if they had the game, then they dropped it.
BURLINGTON-In the :ea:cn's final fracas, they fought the Burlington Tigers to a standstill, except for a tirst quarter lapse. The Tigers scored in the first quar-
ter, but couldn't do it again. They didn't need to as they held the Seahawks and won 6-0.
AFTERMATH-As an'aftermath of football season, the Eagles held their annual football banquet, where a crowd ot around 110 people saw Ed Way, senior
tackle, awarded the Best Blocker Award, and they also saw Virg Taylor, senior guard, honored by being presented the Inspirational Award. In All Northwest League
selections the Hawks placed high, landing two on the first team, one on the second, and one in the honorable mention. Ed Way and Virg Taylor were selected for
first team honcrs, while Fred Knapp, senior tackle, made the second, and Bill Frederick was named to the honorable mention selections.
A pleasant surprise to everyone was the nomination of two AHS grid men for the All State game to be played in Seattle this August. Ed Way and Virg Taylor
were nominated alone' with three other members of the NWL. Final choice for this game will be announced at a later date.
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