Arlington High School - Stillaguamish Trail Yearbook (Arlington, WA)
- Class of 1949
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As the years pass, the persons who linger in
our thoughts are those who have given unselfishly
of their wisdom and judgment and who have
brought us joy and happiness.
lt is your fairness in class, your enthusiasm
and true sportsmanship at games, and your ability
as a leader that has set an example for all of us.
lt is with great respect we dedicate the 1949
STILLAGUAMISH TRAIL to Mr. Ernest Ludwick
The class of '49 will long remember you.
Thanks for a job well done.
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Assistant Editor ....
Business Manager .................. Dewey Wright
Art Editors ........................ Claude Nelson
Sports Editors .........................
Reporters --- ............... ----
Faculty Advisor ....
Miss Mildred Stephens
STANDING: Zoanne Russell, Rose-
mary Rumple, Donna Jensen, Dean
Nelson, Claude Nelson, John Swink,
George Willet, lvan Bjorn, Jim Blair,
Doris Lounsbury, and Fredda Lamp.
SEATED: Nancy Edtast, Betty Driv-
stuen, Beverly Daniel, Frances Miller,
Frances Reinhold, Miss Stephens, and
STANDING: Lynn Rosenbauch, Dean Nelson, Marion Knudson, Calvin Joergenson, Fredda
Lamp, Melvin Parker, Rosemary Rumple, Jack Erickson, Mary Bagley, and Loren Foster,
SEATED: Mr. Heidenreich, Phil Bergam, Ilene Drivstuen, Chuck Matthiesen, Donna Jacobs,
Dewey Wright, and Art Lee.
.The Student Council is made up of the student body officers, the class
presidents, and representatives from each class.
B A Whitman
Woodwork, Mech. Draw.
B. A., Bellingham
U. W., Univ. Wash.
B. A., Colorado
M. A., Columbia
B. A., Univ. of Mont.
B. 5,8 M. S., Oregon
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B. A., Wash. State
B. A., Wash. State
Foreign Language, Global Geo
B. A., Wash. State
M. A., Univ. of Wash
B. S., Univ. of Wash.
History, Phys. Ed.
B. A., Bellingham
M. A., Columbia
History, Phys. Ed.
B. A., Bellingham
M. A., Columbia
Science, Phys. Ed.
B. of Ed., Wash. State
B. S., Wash. State
Adv. Arith., Phys. Ed.
B. A., Univ. of Wash.
B. A., Univ. of Wash.
B, A., Univ. of Wash.
B. A., Univ. of Wash.
B. A., Univ. of Wash.
M. A., Wash. State
CLARENCE HENN ING
To the Graduates:
You have successfully completed four years of high
school. The achievement of this honor repays the sacri-
fices made by those who are interested in your welfare.
Our interest in you does not end with your graduation,
but rather follows you during the coming years. Your
achievements will be an inspiration to us.
To the Undergraduates:
Whatever you are doing, dignify it with your best
thought and effort. Find ways to improve your work and
follow it through as much as possible. Your work will then
become more interesting to yourself and others. May your
remaining years in Arlington High School be pleasant and
BERTHA MORRIS CHARLOTTE MARTIN
School Clerk Secretary to the Principal
Z' S' ' School Board Members are: STANDING-
Glen Parker, Clifford Rod. SEATED-- Pau
Wangsmo, Edward Soper, and Dr L S
Yell leader ....
--- Mack Smith
- - - - Betty Udeen
MISS WEST, Advisor
COLORS: Green and Gold.
CBottom Row? Barry Boyden,
Betty Udeen, fTop Rowl Claude
Nelson, Ivan Bjorn
SENIOR CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
I6 members in Torch Honor Society
I5 members received Honor Society Plaques
22 members in First Choir
lO girls in Girls' "A" Club
20 girls in Pep Club
ll football lettermen
7 basketball lettermen
7 baseball lettermen
4 track lettermen
3 tennis lettermen
Gave successful Senior
Gave successful Senior Play
Senior Girls gave Mothers' Tea
Gave successful Junior-Senior Party
Participated in All-School Play
MOTTO: "Honest efforts bring success"
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"Actions speak louder than words, why
speak?" Home Ec. Club 2, 45 Library 4.
"lt's only a wee small Austin but it
gets me everywhere." Enrolled from Hills
Military Academy. Hi-Y 3, 45 Pres. Chess
Club 35 Rifle Club 25 Dramatics 25 Class
V. Pres. 35 Home Ec. 4.
"An ear for a joke and an eye for a
beauty." Football I, 2, 3, 45 Band I, 2,
3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3,
Pres. 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Class V. Pres. 3,
Yell Leader 4, Treas. 25 Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres.
45 Letterman's Club 3, 4.
"Quality, not quantity." Home Ec. Club
I5 Dramatic Club 25 Camera Club 35
Commercial Club 45 Honor Society 2, 35
"Always busy." Language Club I, 25
Home Ec. Club I, 25 Honor Society 25
F. T. A. 3, 45 Camera Club 35 Dramatics
45 Senior Play 45 First Choir 3, 4.
"There is something about a uniform."
Home Ec. Club I5 Art Club 45 Dramatics
2, 3, 45 Senior Play 4.
' LEAN-DER AMUNDSON
"ln my merry Fordsmobilef'
"You can count on me."
"l never trouble trouble, till trouble
troubles me." Football I, 2, 3, 45 Letter-
man's Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 32 Class
President 25 Student Council 2, 35 V.
Pres. Boys Club 35 Rifle Club 25 Honor
Society 2, 35 Eagle Staff 45 Sports Editor,
"What a man?" Football I, 2, 3, 45
Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45
Track 3, 45 Student Council 25 Letter-
man's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 V. Pres.
"A hoss, a hoss, my kingdom for a couple
of hosses." Entered from Raymond High
School. Debate 45 Rifle Club, First Choir
"Her favorite diet is dates." Home Ec
Club I5 Tumbling Club 1, 25 Pep Club,
Drill Team 3, 45 V. Pres. 45 Chorus 2, 35
F.T.A. 4, V. Pres. 45 Annual Staff 4.
BETTY DR IVSTU EN
"Life is made of work and play, I do a
little of each." Home Ec. Club l, Annual
Editor 4, Assistant Editor 3, Honor Soc-
iety 2, 3, 4, Pep Club, Drill Team 3, 4,
Senior Play, First Choir 2, 4, Band I, 2,
3, 4, Class Treas. 3, F. T. A, 3, 4,
"I know a lot but say IittIe." Choir I, 2,
3, lst Choir 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Athletics
l, 2, Honor Society l, 4, Dramatics 3,
Art Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Librarian 4.
"Happy farmer." Basketball 3, Football
3, Home Ec. 4.
"There but seldom heard." Football 3, 4,
Letterman's Club 3, 4.
ALYCE Gl BIBONS
"Oh Johnny." Tumbling Club l, 2, Pres.
2, Class Yell Leader 2, Honor Society 3,
Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls "A" Club 3, 4, Pep
Club Drill Team 3, 4, Sec. 4, Eagle Staff
3, 4, Editor 4.
MARY CAROL HOLLANID
"Let me mind my own personal work."
Home Ec. Club I, Dramatics 2, First
Choir 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, F.T.A
4, Senior Play 4, Pep Club 4.
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"Little mischief maker." Home Ec. Club
I, Tumbling Club I, Girls Sports I, 2,
First Choir 2, 3, 4, Eagle Staff, Feature
Editor 4, Art Club 4, Pep Club, Drill
Team 3, Drill Leader 4, Office 4.
"Farmer in the Dell." F,F.A. I, 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 3, Home Ec. 4.
"Pass on lads, l'm engaged." Entered
from Everett. Home Ec. Club 2, 3, Pres.
3, Pep Club Drill Team 4, Library Club
4, Librarian 3, 4.
Mn infancy I fell out of a window and
plump," Honor Society 2, 3,
Manager 4, Football 3, Manager
2, F.T.A. 3, 4.
R-OY H I ETT
"A man after his own heart but had
rather have a girl after it." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Boys Club Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Class Rep
3, Freshman Play, Football 3, 4, Rifle
Club 2, Chess Club 3, Eagle Staff 4.
"A winning smile, a winning way, but
never very much to say." Entered from
Decorah, Iowa. Choir 4, F.T.A. 4.
"Dynamite comes in small packages."
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Tumbling l, 2, 3,
4, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Pep Club Drill
Team 3, 4, Girls "A" Club-V. Pres. 3,,-
Pres. 4, A.S.B. Treas. 4, Student Council
4, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
"Why can't we all be smart like her."
Student Council l, Frosh. Play, Home Ec.
Club lj Girls' "A" Club 3, 4, Historian
3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Historian 2,
Sec. Treas. 3, Girls' League Rep. 3, First
Choir 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4,
"All great men are misunderstood."
F.F.A. l, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Senior
Play 4, Science Club l, 2, Rifle Club 2,
Boys Home Ec. 4,
"Witty to talk with, pretty to walk with."
Girls' "A" 2, 3, 4, Tumbling l, 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 2, V. Pres. 3, Home Ec. Club l,
Pep Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Sen-
ior Ball Queen.
gQgiet boys do big things." Science Club
"I'm drawing a picture of you." Art Ed.
Annual 3, Girls League Rep. 2, Treas. 3,
Girls' "A" Club 3, 4, First Choir 2, 4,
Dramatics 2, 3, Art Club 4, Camera
DON NA J ENSEN
"A maiden never bold." Band l, 2, 3, 4,
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, Camera Club 3,
Girls Sextett 4, First Choir 3, 4.
"Don't judge a man by the noise he
makes." F.F.A. l, 2, 3, Home Ec. 4,
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4,
Science Club 2, Track 3, 4, Honor Soc-
"I will succeed for I believe all I say."
F.F.A. 2, Rifle Club 4.
"lt's nice to be natural when you are
naturally nice." Home Ec. Club l, Honor
Society 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Prom.
F.T.A. 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Stu-
dent Council 4, All School Play 2, First
Choir 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Girls "A"
3, 4, Library 2, 3.
"If I only had the nerve." Honor Society
2, Letterman's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4,
Science Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4.
"The world knows nothing of its great-
est menl!" Science Club 2, F.F.A. l, 2,
3, Lettei2an's Club 4, Football 4, Eagle
Staff 4, nior Ball King.
DOROTHY LI ND
"Life is a merry-go-round and l'm in the
middle." Entered from Mount Vernon.
Latin Club 25 TriaHi-Y 35 Drama Club 45
Art Club 45 Senior Play 4.
"For he's a jolly good fellow." Basket-
ball 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45
Letterman's Club 45 F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4,
Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, National
Convention Kansas City. '
"Life is what you make it." Girls' League
Rep. 45 Debate, Pres. 45 F.T.A., Pres. 45
"I'm here, I'm there but I get nowhere."
F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Choir 2, 35 Football 3, 45
Letter Club 3, 45 Student Council 4.
CLAUDE NELSON 5
"lmagination rules the world." Honor
Society 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Art Ed. Annual
3, 45 Class V. Pres. I5 Class Treas. 45
Rifle Club 25 Choir 3, 45 Football 4.
"A quiet worker always on the job."
Home Ec. Club I5 Dramatics 25 Camera
Club 35 F.T.A. 45 Pep Club 45 First
"School would be fun if we didn't have
to go." Science 4.
"Generous, capable, and quite a gal!"
Girls' "A" I, 2, 3, 45 Sec. Treas. Class
I5 AII School Play I, 2, 35 Senior Play
45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. Club
I5 Dramatics 25 Pep Club Drill Team
3, 45 First Choir 3, 4, Sec. 3, 45 A.S.B.
Treas. 35 Annual Staff 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45
Chairman of BalI5 Student Council 3.
"How are you going to keep him down on
the farm." Track I, 2, 3, 45 Football
3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class V. Pres.
25 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Class Pres.
35 Student Body Pres. 4.
"Combination of sense and nonsense."
Entered from Delano, Cal. Dramatics 35
F.T.A. 45 First Choir 45 V. Pres. Girls
League 45 Eagle Staff 45 Annual Staff
45 Pep Club 45 G.A.A. 3, 4, Historian 45
Honor Society 3, 4.
"He's a woman hater, he says!" Honor
Society 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Report-
er 2, 35 Science Club I, 2, 3, 45 Student
Council 45 Debate Club 45 Track 3, 45
Rifle Club 2.
"I'm on my way to Hollywood." Eagle
Sflff 45 Drama 2, 4: Camera Club 35
griess Club 35 All School Play 35 Senior
"Early to bed and early to rise, makes
"There is a little devil dancin in her
eyes." Girls League Rep, I, 'Fumbling
Club l, 2, Class Officer 2, First Choir
2, 3, Pep Club 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4.
"Let no man fear to express his views."
"Cars may come and cars may go but I
rattle on forever." Band l, 2, 3, 4,
Dramatics 3, Camera Club 3, Home Ec.
Club l, 2, Girls' "A" Club 4, Pep Club
"Why can't there be more than one
Saturday night in a week!?" Class Pres.
l, 4, Boys Club, Sec. Treas. 2, Letter-
man's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Track
1, Senior Play 4, A.S.B. V. Pres. 3, Let-
terman Pres, 3, Hi-Y V. Pres. 4, Sec. 3,
Student Council I, 3, 4.
"The tall and silent type."
"Some say the world is made for having
fun, and so do I." First Choir 3, 4,
Tumbling Club I, 3, Home Ec. Club I,
Pep Club 4, Yell Leader 4, F.T.A. 4,
Annual Staff 4, Eagle Staff 4.
ROSELLA SCH ROEDL
"Pretty as a picture-nice frame too."
Home Ec. Club I, Camera Club 3, Choir
2, 3, Pep Club Drill Team 3, 4, Sec.
MYRTLE SH UILTZ
"Put up your dukes, l'II fight ya."
Tumbling I, 2, Student Council 2, Band
I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Drill Team 3, 4,
Home Ec. Club 3.
A steady, sober, sort of gentleman."
Entered from Everett. Football 4, First
Choir 4, Debate Club 4.
MARY LOU ISE SOPEIR
"Nature gave her a great gift-cheerful-
ness." Home Ec. Club I, Dramatic Club
2, Librarian 2, 3, Camera Club 3, Pep
Club Drill Team 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4,
All School Play 3, Senior Play 4.
"Just as I get used to loafing, it's Mon-
"lf you want something done, just come
to me." Photography 3, 4, Senior Play
4, Annual Staff 3, 4.
"Clever, fair, and wise." Home Ec. Club
l, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3,
4, Treas. 3, Pep Club Drill Team 3, 4,
Sec. 3, Librarian 2, 3, Campus Day
Princess 3, Girls League Pres. 4.
"Her harp brings music to our ears."
Entered from Roosevelt High, Seattle.
Orchestra '2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 4, Annual
Staff, Junior Torch, Mid-Winter con-
certs 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club.
"The world belongs to the energetic."
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club
3, 4, Track 2.
"Love's got me down again." First Choir
3, 4, Boys quartet 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas.
4, Student Council 3, 4, Annual Staff
4, Senior Play 4, Movie 2, 3, 4, Busi-
ness Manager 4.
"l'd rather blush than turn pale." Chorus.
2, F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4.
"The world is full of troubles but l am
BEI IY UDEEN
"Why aren't they all content like me."
Home Ec. Club l, Honor Society 2, 3,
4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pep Club Drill
Team 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Girls League
Treas. 4, Camera Club 3, Class Sec. 4.
"We wish we would have known her
longer." Senior Play, G.A.A. 4, Dramatics
Club 4, Eagle Staff 4.
"Tall, dark and handsome." Entered
from Seattle Prep. Varsity Basketball
2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Annual
Staff 4, Assistant Editor of Eagle 4.
"All men are created equal-equal to
what?" Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 4, Tennis 2,
Chess Club 3, Rifle Club 2, Eagle Staff 4.
Fredda Lamp lChairmanl
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On one bright fall morning, we the forty-niners, following a trail already
marked, set forth on our journey across the vast plains of Arlington High
School to search for gold. Leading in the first covered wagon were Mack
Smith, president, Claude Nelson, vice president, Doris Lounsbury, Secretary-
Treasurer, and Miss Helen Sohlberg, advisor. Before leaving, we had a little
argument with those who started first and came out second best in A.S.B.
Ticket Sale. While following Frosh. River, we were attacked by an indian
tribe called "Athletics." During the skirmish, we picked up two baseball
lettermen, one track Ietterman, and five girls in Tumbling Club. Overtaking
the caravan ahead of us, we entertained them with the Frosh-Soph Party. Con-
tinuing along Frosh. River, we climbed Dramatics Hill to pick up one member
in the All-School Play. With crafty originality and scheming, we also picked
up the twenty-one member cast of our Frosh. Play, "Silver Slippers." On the
way down this hill we found six band members waiting for us. Leaving Frosh.
River, we thanked our guides with the Big-Little Sister Party.
Upon leaving Frosh. River, we set foot on Soph Desert. The leading
covered wagon now carried Jim Blair, president, Chuck Mathiesen, vice-presi-
dent, Norma Sarchette, secretary, lvan Bjorn, treasurer, Alyce Gibbons, yell
leader. Just before beginning this lap of our journey we stopped at Fort Hi-Y
and found four fortyfniners. Here we also waited for those following us and
surprised them with the Soph-Frosh Party. The "Athletics" Indians continued
to' attack us, but we improved our showing with three football lettermen, one
basketball Ietterman, two in baseball, and two lettermen in track. In addition,
we also found eight girls in Tumbling Club and two in.Girls' "A". Because
they had shown extraordinary intelligence so far on our journey, twenty-one
were awarded membership in Honor Society. Dramatics seems to be a popular
name along our trail west, this time it was given to a water-hole where we
stopped one evening and found four forty-niners in the All-School Play. Con-
tinuing on our quest for gold, the forty-niners added eight band members to
our caravan. The forty-niners were very happy about leaving the lower levels
and entering the higher ones of Junior Mountains.
Continuing up Junior Mountains the leading covered wagon was again
changed. This one was driven by Chuck Matthiesen, president. Assisting 'him
were Jack Austin, vice-president, Myrtle Shultz, secretary, Betty Drivstuen,
treasurer, Edgar Holland, yell leader, and Miss Florence Thwing, advisor. As
we climbed the high mountains, twenty-four forty-niners branched off on to
Music Trail where seventeen took the First Choir Fork and seven the Band
Fork. Planning to ambush us the "Athletics" again attacked us, but the forty-
niners again were victorious with eight football lettermen, three in basketball
four in baseball, three in track and tennis. On the other front we found seven
girls in Girls' "A" and three in Tumbling Club. After enduring many previous
hardships, and by using much initiative, the forty-niners came out with a
victorious first in the Girls' League Mixer. Because they used their intelli-
gence and skill during the second lap of our journey, twenty-one again were
awarded membership in the Honor Society. Catching up with the slow caravan
ahead of us, we honored them with the Junior-Senior Party. Not to be out-
done by the other caravans we challenged them and won the A.S.B. Ticket
Sale. Reaching Dramatics Peak we discovered five long-lost forty-niners in
the All-School Play. Beginning our descent of Junior Mountain we found
twenty forty-niners off on Pep Club Path and seven on Hi-Y Trail. Before
reaching the bottom, we sneaked off the trail secretly and struck a gold mine
which we called our Junior Prom or "April in Paris". This was run by foreman
Bill Montgomery and his band.
Leading our caravan into our destination of Senior City were Mack Smith,
president, Barry Boyden, vice-president, Betty Udeen, secretary, Clause Nel-
son, treasurer, lvan Bjorn, yell leader, and Miss Gladys West, advisor. Just
outside Senior City the Indian tribe of the "Athletics" made another daring
attack, but were beaten by twelve football Iettermen, six basketball Iettermen,
nine baseball Iettermen, six track lettermen and two in tennis. Also aiding
here were two in Tumbling Club and eight Girls' "A" members. Finishing
their journey on Music Trail were twenty forty-niners who followed the First
Choir Fork and seven who followed the Band Fork. As the Juniors slowly pul-
led in, we welcomed them with the Senior-Junior Party. Some forty-niners
were sent back to act as guides and they began their job with the Big-Little
Sister Party. Coming in from Pep Club Path were twenty-three forty-niners
and eight came in on Hi-Y Trail. Because they showed exceptional intelli-
gence and initiative while crossing the Junior Mountains, seventeen forty-
niners were awarded membership in Honor Society. Having reached Senior
City, we carried on a campaign against the rest of the travelers through Ar-
lington High School and came in first in the A.S.B. Ticket Sale. Continuing on
down Dramatics Avenue, here in Senior City, we find eighteen forty-niners
in the Senior Play, "What a Life." Here we struck goldl We made another
strike with our Senior Ball, "ColoniaI Days" presided over by Clarence 2E and
his band. Feeling that Senior City's educational system needed improving,
the forty-niners took it over on Student Government Day. Another improve-
ment in our new locality was the tree planting. We ended our stay in Senior
City with a very successful Mother's Tea and Class Night program. Before
leaving Senior City, we gaze back and find that we have had fifty-one officers
in the various club covered wagons during our trip. After a short stay in Senior
City, the forty-niners scatter, each to find his own gold mine. Many have
gone before us. Our journey through the vast plains of Arlington High School
has been altogether too short, but the knowledge, leadership, guidance, and
friendship found during our trip should aid each of us in finding our own
gold. Will the forty-niners make good use of this gold in their later lives?
Gloria Joergenson tChairmani
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We, the class of nineteen hundred and forty nine, having found our
gold and completed four wonderful years at Arlington High, now desire to
leave our last will and testament as follows:
To our advisors, Miss West, Mr. Pistorese, Mrs. Lindgren, and Mr. Gunn,
we will them another class as shining as ours.
To Mr. Heidenreich we leave only regret that we couldn't have known
To the faculty we leave our sincere appreciation and gratitude to you who
have struggled so faithfully to enlighten us with gold nuggets of knowledge.
To the Juniors we leave our "Boom ya-ya" and the hope that next year
you will appreciate Senior privileges and use them to the best advantages.
To all the remaining students we leave a school with a vast store of know-
ledge for the prospective minors who follow.
Vera Ames leaves her mirror on her locker to someone who needs it.
Leander Amundson leaves with no hair on his head.
Jack Austin leaves with a car load of girls.
Eloise Best wills her curly hair to Sara Jane Miller.
Ivan Bjorn leaves his Ford to anyone who can manipulate it.
Jim Blair leaves plenty of fake excuses in the office.
Loretta Boursaw leaves so quietly, no one heard her go.
Barry Boyden leaves Mr. Ludwig with I2 more gray hairs.
Joy Butterfield leaves happily.
Norman Clapp leaves, but would like to take a certain Junior with him.
Willow Cyra leaves everyone wondering how to get the news.
Beverly Daniel leaves still wishing she could ski.
Betty Drivstuen wills the big task of the annual to Nancy.
Opal Fingarson leaves in a big, black Chev.
Barbara Fish leaves Louise Fingarson lonely.
Dell Foster leaves for the farm.
Dick Foster leaves for Granite Falls.
Barbara Fry leaves, glad she got the answers to the history test in time.
Clarence Fulfs leaves not saying much.
Donalnl Garka leaves his job as sports manager to anyone who can do the job
as we .
Alyce Gibbons leaves the Journalism room strangely quiet.
Gordon Herz leaves his sales ability to some other worthy senior.
Roy Hiett leaves needing another Toni.
Mary Carol Holland leaves Janet Holland doing her own singing.
Audrey Iverson leaves everyone thinking she was a Junior.
Donna Jacobs'leaves still wondering if she got the books balanced right.
Donna Jensen leaves to assist Jimmy Dorsey.
Gloria Joergenson leaves to be Albert's secretary lEinstein, that isl.
Lloyd Kackman leaves quietly.
Arlan Kronfus leaves his corner in the library to Gerald Wahl.
Carmen Kyle leaves with his boat. .
Marian Knudson bequeaths her dimples to Ellen Bergevin.
Fredda Lamp wills her pleasing personality to anyone who is worthy of it.
Gordon Lanfear leaves his quiet ways to Carol Lindquist.
Gordon Lark bequeaths his bashfulness to Art Lee.
Colleen Ledbetter leaves her wooden shoes to Dixie Craven.
Stuart Liddle wills his red shirts to a deserving Freshman.
Dorothy Lind wills her freckles to anyone who can wear them as well.
Claude Lind wills his devilish ways to the angels in A.H.S.
Dick Lorenzen leaves F.F.A. presidency to a worthy successor.
Doris Lounsbury leaves her green shoes to Audrey Pederson.
Carol Loveland leaves her debating position to Ruth Michelsen.
Charles Matthiesen leaves the honors of the A.S.B. presidency to a lucky guy.
Dick Miller leaves two tacks in a certain seat for any teacher who wishes to
Frances Miller wills her friendly ways to anyone who can be as nice.
Claude Nelson leaves his drawing pen and ink to three other students.
Melvin Parker leaves peace and quiet on the Oso bus.
Lois Parsons leaves the teachers without a right-'hand girl.
Clayton Pederson wills his acting ability to Bob Russell.
Rick Preston leaves with his good pal, "Fin." '
Frances Reinbold leaves her signs to Jojo Thorsen.
Norma Sarchett leaves, this time for good, and the altar.
Rosella Schroedl bequeaths her eyelashes to anyone who can make good use
Tom Schuh leaves the Freshmen without anyone to do their geometry.
Myrtle Shultz leaves the sewing machines in the Home Ec. Room quiet.
DoLores Simpkins leaves the drums to anyone who thinks he can keep up with
Don Simpson leaves his vocabulary to anyone who has room for it.
Mack Smith leaves his skipping rules to the Junior Class.
Tom Slayton leaves his comfortable seat in study to the next weary student.
Mary Louise Soper leaves to run for U. S. Senator.
Jack Spencer leaves for unknown parts.
Art Swanson leaves to be the next President.
John Swink leaves his trusty camera to future photographers.
Betty Udeen leaves a place hard to fill.
Lois Warburton wills her blonde hair to Beverly Vosika.
Melba Watkins leaves the recipe for that "you can't take it with you" look.
Dawn Weber leaves with her harp and heart intact.
Carl Wells leaves his manly charms for the juniors girls to fight over.
Gale Wells leaves without an argument.
George Willett bequeths his halo to Barbara Davidson.
Dewey Wright leaves his wavy hair to anyone who wants to put it up nights.
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Quiet Bernard Woman bus driver
Absent minded Cars Manufacturing
Flirting Convertibles Retired Millionaire
Curly hair Raspberries 4-l'l 'Leader
Likable Woodland Principal, A.H.S.
Casanova Wine, Women an Bachelor
Tiny 4-H Club Happily married
Blonde, wavy hair Sports Bald headed
On the go
N ice clothes
Talking to himself
Writing out checks
Talking to "Jo-Jo"
Working on gadgets
Model "A" horns
"Gone to Switzer-
Subject to changes
Nice old man
Running a laundry
Mrs. Johnny Ryan
Sec. of Treas.
"Step to the rear."
My kingdom for a
"l'm in love, but
Oh you doll."
Nothing but good.
Plant your garden
Girls, not me.
Pass your papers
to the front.
"Sure is cold
Oh! for a new horn
Oh your father's
Oh! for a car.
Give me liberty or
give me two rings.
Don't take me to
Aye! Aye! Sir.
Need a drink!
"Only one more
That's my last
"Take No. l."
Are you sure?
Oh! for a new
Mary Louise Soper
On the go
Big brown eyes
L. D. bracelets
Giving oral reports
Roy and Jim
Two-tone green cars
Writing jokes for
Still wearing red
Still taking Global
First woman gov.
Cheer leader for
Mayor of Lk.
Leading her own
Running his own
Am. History teacher
Still playing the
Owner of Safeway
"Don't give up the
"What's your first
Will Il' Staff?
"Is she a pure
Huh? okay! swell!
Get over bossy!
Okay, I give in.
Are you sure it's
Just you wait,
She's gonna ex-
l've still got two
tickets to sell.
Well, say now-
Oh, for corn sakes.
"Does it look
l'II be home at
l've gotta have one
"l'm a gonner"
Hiit it kids!
Is it done?
I haven't lived yet!
Did I get it?
Did l pass?
Where's my note-
lt's been fun.
That's all folks!
Down at Prep
Going, going, gone!
What's the first
Fun, but was it
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Most Popular Girl ---
Most Popular Boy --..
Prettiest Girl .....
Most Handsome Boy ---
Most Dependable Girl
Most Dependable Boy ....
Most Intelligent Girl ---
Most Intelligent Boy ---
Most Athletic Girl ....
Most Athletic Boy ---
Wittiest Girl ....
Wittiest Boy ---
Best Girl Dancer ---
Best Boy Dancer ---
Best Dressed Girl ---
Best Dressed Boy ....
Cutest Girl ......
Cutest Boy ....
Neatest Girl ....
Neatest Boy .......
Most Talented Girl ---
Most Talented Boy ---
Most Flirtatious Girl ---
Most Fl i rtatious Boy .............
Girl with Most Pleasing Disposition ....
Boy with Most Pleasing Disposition -..-
Most Mischievous Girl
Most Mischievous Boy
Peppiest Girl .........
Peppiest Boy ....
Quietist Girl ---
Quietist Boy --.. ............. ----
GIRLS' LEAGUE AWARD WINNER
BOYER PLAQUE WINNER
-- Betty Drivstuen
---- Mack Smith
-- Carol Loveland
----- Carl Wells
--- Frances Miller
-..----- Ivan Bjorn
--.. Gloria Joergenson
---- Marian Knudson
------ Barry Boyden
Mary Louise Soper
- Clayton Pederson
-..-- Frances Reinbold
---- Norman Clapp
--- Beverly Daniel
-- Dewey Wright
--- Donna Jacobs
..-- Rosella Schroedl
-..- - Stuart Liddle
---- Donna Jensen
--- Claude Nelson
--- Alyce Gibbons
-------.. Jim Blair
-..----- Fredda Lamp
-..- Melba Watkins
----- Tom Schuh
--- Opal Fingarson
---- Jack Austin
--- Loretta Boursaw
..- Arlan Kronfus
Frances Miller and Frances
Norma and Ray
Frances and Mary Louise
Mary Carol and Loretta
Betty and Gloria
Bev. and Bill
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Donna and Alyce
Lois and Topper
Rosie and Bev.
Alyce and John
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Yell Leader --
JUNIOR CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
27 members in Honor Society
Participation in All-School Play
20 girls in Pep Club
15 girls in Girls' "A" Club
7 football lettermen
2 basketball Iettermen
4 baseball lettermen
Gave successful Junior Prom
Gave successful Junior-Senior Party
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,ew COLORS: Grey and Green
MOTTO: "We learn by doing."
FIRST ROW: Alice Gallaugher, Jackie Foster,
Mary Ann Gallaugher, Beverly Bahls, Ellen
Bergevin, Nancy Edfast, Ilene Drivstuen,
Esther Gibbons, SECOND ROW: Joanne Far-
rell, Mary Jo Bafdorf, Arlene Ames, Shirley
Edstrom, Edna Bulle, Kathryne Brown, Louise
Fingarson, Ellen Berg, Irene Amundson.
THIRD ROW: Jim Brothers, Micky Connach-
er, Glen Greathouse, Erling Espedal, Bob
Breon, Phillip Bergam, Gilbert Emory.
FOURTH ROW: Bob Freestad, Charles Chapa
in, Bob Carlson, Don Bennett, Bill Arvidson.
FIRST ROW: Joyce Olsen, Margaret Paul,
Ruth Michelsen, Mildred Kirstein, Pauline
Lane, Dolores King, Marilyn Miller. SECOND
ROW: Gary Linquist, Shirley Lee, Viola Hol-
lis, Dolores Petersen, Betty Leffler, Floyd
McKenzie. THIRD ROW: Art Lee, Herbert
Larson, Loren Meyer, Bob McGIadery, Dean
Nelson, Glen Parsons, Oscar Halverson,
FOURTH ROW: Donald Haack, Gerald Ny-
blod, Vernon Mayo, Harold Norman, Charles
King, Frank Prather, Irving Nysether, Har-
FIRST ROW: Joyce Spencer, Mary Jean
Warren, Duane Rod, Beverly Vosika, Lola
Wolfe, Bernice Simpson, SECOND ROW:
Dolores Shook, Alice Tenbrink, Betty Van
Proye, Rosemary Rumple, Dolores Roal, Lor-
aine Robertson, Lillian Westover. THIRD
ROW: LaVerne Springer, Louis Thompson,
Kenneth Shank, Richard Swanson, Gerald
Wahl. FOURTH ROW: Henry Wold, Elwyn
Rosenback, Ronald Tviet, James Rogers, Al-
,Sip 0l'l'l ored
Vice Pres. ---
Yell Leader ---
COLORS: Red and Gray
lL to RD Boursaw, Miller, Davison, Foster,
SOPHOMORE CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
4l members in Honor Society
4 members in All-School Play
3 girls in Girls "A" Club
14 members in First Choir
l tennis Ietterman
4 football lettermen
l baseball Ietterman
Presented Frosh-Soph Party
Placed third in Girls League Mixer
l basketball Ietterman
--- Loren Foster
..--- Gerald Miller
..--- Betty Boursaw
---- Barbara Davison
MOTTO: "In ourselves our future lies."
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FIRST ROW: Donna Breon, Joan
Cornehl, Lola Mae Dotson, Inabel
Chamness, Ida Mae Cranmore,
Mary Goelich, Joanne Gray, Mary
Lou Bagley, Barbara Davison. SEC-
OND ROW: Dolores Engstrom,
Lorraine Engstrom, Pat Hillis, Betty
Boursaw, Elaine Best, Jeanne Ayars,
Berly Ayars, Jerry Garka, THIRD
ROW: Jake Clark, Gene Eckberg,
Robert Bauer, Bill Cornish, Tom
Daily, Robert Daily, Betty Espe,
Mary Ensign, Beverly Barnier.
FOURTH ROW: Royal Blair, Gor-
don Blacken, Jack Blacker, Joe Bru-
seth, Jerry Dezotell, Richard Chap-
in, Blaine Bergam, Jack Erickson,
FIRST ROW: Patsy Kroeze, Mar-
cille Kiddie, Sally Lien, Beverly
Lind, Betty James, Janet Holland,
Darlene Olson,Violet Ostrom. SEC-
OND ROW: Eleanor Nysether,
June Kroeze, Donna Kronfus, Alice
Sneve, Pat Lindquist, Marlene Lew-
ison, Marjorie Hagins, Waunita Ha-
gins, Joan Miller. THIRD ROW:
Chuck Miller, Anita Joergenson,
Shirley Hammer, Joanne Hoidal,
Bonnie Mortenson, Claudia Larson,
Sera Jane Miller, Leroy Johnson.
FOURTH ROW: Verne Nelson,
Richard Johnson, John Langdon,
LeRoy Merritt, Howard Hubert,
Gerald Miller, Grant Jensen, Jim
FIRST ROW: LaVeta Penny, Helen
Van Ness, Cora May Williams,
Marylyn Swanson, Roberta Wid-
mark, ZoAnn Russel, Patsy Wood,
Joyce Stellges, Genevieve Tiedman.
SECOND ROW: Virginia Wisdom,
Ann Rogne, Dixie Pumphrey, Emi-
lie Thomas, Isabelle Tenbrink,
Audrey Peterson, Lillie Turkovich,
Margurite Roth, Shirley Udeen,
Mary Terhorst. THIRD ROW:
Arthur Trowbridge, Leonard Pum-
phrey, Don Roberts, Bob Putnam,
George Spencer, James Price, Bob
Schroedl, Max Rankin, Richard
Ries. FOURTH ROW: Frank Wells,
Bob Russell, Chester Ruthruff,
Fred Speiring, James Wood, Wayne
Pearson, Herbert Swanson, Dick
Thompson, Lawrence Zimmerman.
lL to Rl Joergenson, Ramsey, Ryan.
President ...... .... K elvin Joergenson
Vice President .... .... A udrey Ramsey
Sec. Treas. ..-- .... Darlene Clapp
Yell Leader --.. --- Mickey Ryan
COLORS: Green and White
MOTTO: "Ambition, Honor, and Success."
FRESHMAN CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
l8 members invited to Honor Society Banquet
10 boys on Jr. High Basketball Team
I9 Boys on Jr. High Football Team
3 members in All-School Pl
8 members in First Choir
Gave successful "Frosh" Party
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FIRST ROW: Marlene Carlson,
Iris Goodridge, Betty Berg, Marian
Fingarson, Letta Cornehl, Gail Cas-
ner, Darlene Clapp. SECOND ROW:
Marilyn Calvert, Marie Gustavson,
Noreen Atkins, Dixie Craven, Lor-
na Gatheres, Louise Entsrninger,
Mary Ann Brown. THIRD ROW:
Tom Glavin, Arnold Ames, Dale
Anderson, Bob Carlson, Dick At-
kins, Don Fry, Keith Cabe, Danny
Butterfield, Darrell Evans, Melvin
Edstrom, Jack Breon. FOURTH
ROW: Vernon Eliason, George Dut-
cher, John Carlson, Ray Drake,
Dalton Gentry, Alvin Doty, Glen
Bisby, Bob Brown.
FIRST ROW: Ruth Johanson, Esther
Haack, Rae Ingram, Janice Hurn,
Arlene Lallemand, Arlene Hensel,
Darlene Helms, Alene Hiett, SEC-
OND ROW: Frank Killough, Marie
Jacobs, Margie Hecklund, Diana
Johnson, Jean Hiett, Carol Mc-
Questen, Bernice Haarsager, Ken'
nth Lind. THIRD ROW: Johnny
Markem, Kelvin Joergenson, Rich-
ard Hevly, Jack Jenkins, Benny
Halverson, Virgil Inman, Norman
Moldenhauer, Victor Lindal, Lonnie
FIRST ROW: Pansie Rodgers, Mar-
jorie Erisnbold, Mae Scdy, Esther
Smith, Anna Mae Voreis, Frances
Pritchett, Margaret Wheeler, Jean
Zude. SECOND ROW: Ina Ruth-
ruff, Pat Snyder, Vivian Rice, Judy
Norman, Audrey Ramsey, Bette
Reed, Betty Smathers, Leola Wheel-
er, Marlene Nyblod. THIRD ROW:
James Taylor, Lucius Wright, Ray
White, Mickey Ryan, Bruce Smith,
Wayne Wegner, Marvin Nelson,
Donald Tillman, Parker Wells.
FOURTH ROW: Bob Vosika, Har-
old Peterson, Norman Nelson,
Lynn Rosenback, Don Wahl, Byron
Parson, Lloyd Rogers, Billy Tviet,
DuWayne Oman, LeRoy Schmelke.
FIRST ROW: McGrew, Price, Lorenzen, Wold, Fulfs, Lee, Greathouse
Larson, G. Wells, H. Dezotell, Blacken, Brothers, F. Wells, Garka
SECOND ROW: Mr. Pistorese, Mr. Danubio, Mr. Munizza, Miller,
Hiett, Amundson, Foster, Rosenback, Houser, Haack, Boyden, J. Blair,
J. BLAIR I
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30 Righl Hllfbltll fullback
, Springer, C. Nelson, V. Nelson, Liddle. THIRD ROW: J. Dezotell,
. Nysether, McGladrey, R. Blair, Bjorn, Simpson, Breon, Preston, D.
Nelson, Pearson, Westerland, Nyblod, Johnson, Mayo.
Anacortes .... 25
Marysville .... 6
Mt. Vernon ---l2
Burlington .... 18
Edmonds ----- 25
Because of many early season injuries, a new coach-
ing staff and the adoption of an entirely new system of
football, this year's football team started slowly, but
showed rapid improvement with each game played.
The team, operating from the single-wingback for-
mation, played an interesting brand of football, as their
scores indicated. After losing their opening game to Twin
City 26 to O, they came back strong to score at least two
touchdowns in all of their remaining games, with the ex-
ception ofthe final game with Snohomish. This game was
played in a sea of mud. The team perhaps reached their
peak in the Marysville and Mount Vernon games in which
they won by scores of 32 to 6 and I3 to l2.
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FIRST ROW: Spencer, Matthiesen, Wells, Smith, Boyden. SECOND ROW: Mr. Munizza, Free-
stad, Bergam, Dezotell, Lee, Bergam, Erickson, Johnson, McGladery, Rod, Mr. Ludwick. THIRD
ROW: Preston, Connacher, Putnum, Spencer, Haack, Springer, Prather, Shank, Espedal, Miller,
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Winning the first eight games of the season, the
Arlington Eagles served notice that they would be tough
to beat in the strong Northwest League. The Eagles finally
wound up third behind the Co-Champions Snohomish and
Sedro Woolley. The brilliant individual play of Barry Boy-
den and Carl Wells was featured in the many early vic-
tories. Later successes were mustered by the dependable
and driving energy of the two guards, Chuck Matthiesen
and Mack Smith.
The over-all picture of the 1948-49 basketball team
and season was very good. The team amassed a record of
I9 won and 8 lost, and broke all previous records in at-
tendance and revenue.
The highlights of the season was Arlington's first
basketball victory over Sedro-Woolley in the District
Congratulations and the best of luck to ten swell
Arlington--- ---42 Lynden ---- --- 26
Twin City --------
Arlington--- ---40 Mount Vernon
Arlington 49 Edmonds .--.----
Arlington 30 Mount Baker -
Arlington 33 Twin City -------
Arlington--- ---42 Mount Baker -----
Arlington 43 O'Dea ------
Arlington--- ---34 Sedro Woolley
Arlington--- ---37 Sedro Woolley
Arlington 4l Marysville ---
Arlington--- ---42 Burlington -------
Ernest Ludwick Jr.
Arlington Snohomish ---
Arlington -------- Snohomish ---
Arlington Mount Vernon
Arlington -------- Lynden ------
Arlington Edmonds ---
Arlington Anacortes ----
Arlington Marysville ---
Arlington -------- Burlington ---
Arlington O'Dea -----
Arlington Anacortes ---.
Arlington Vets ------
Arlington Vets -----
Arlington ---.---- 44
Arlington -------- 35
Arlington -------- 37
Sedro Woolley ---- 33
Snohomish ------- 49
Nooksack -------- 45
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scoring threat throughout
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celled in floor play. His
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was the deadliest foul
shooter on the team.
Hard work made Chuck
a varsity player.
DUANE ROD-A fine
ball handler, who will
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JOHNSON A the varsity, he will prove
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fine shooter, and checker, PHIL BERGAM T FWS'
5 he will play lers of ban . vqar on the varsity. he
A next year for the Eagles. Zlvgilrsee lots of action next
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ander, Mack Smith, Jack Erickson.
FIRST ROW: Gary Lindquist, Vernon Mayo, Leonard Emory, Richard Swanson, Lloyd Kackman,
Blaine Bergam. SECOND ROW: John Thorsen, Bill Zude, Donald Broderson, Bob Carlson, Mel-
vin Parker, Alvin Swanson, Kenny Shank, Mr. Lindenmeyer. THIRD ROW: Dan Brown, Frank
Chapin, Al Byrholdt, Fred Grewe, Herbert Larson, Chuck Mathieson, Jack Thompson, Phillip
FIRST ROW: Rick Preston, Mickey Preston, Ralph O'berg, Barry Boyden, Jack Anderson, Kenny
Snyder, Ray Blacken, Frank Prather. SECOND ROW: Vern Nelson, Irving Nysether, Johnny
Blacken, Bob Lorenzen, Henry Wold, LaVerne Springer, Dick Lorenzen, Mr, Ludwick, George
McQuestion, Harold Dezotell.
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SEWING ROOM COOKING ROOM
DRIVING CLASS CAFETERIA COOKS
FIRST ROW: Weber, Fish, Edstrom, Olson, Simkins. SECOND ROW: ton, Peterson, Sneve, Johnson, Halverson, Hillis, Olson, Haarsager
Batdorf, Atkins, Helms, Vosika, Fingarson, Robertson, Davison, Rus- Mr. Fosso, FOURTH ROW: Foster, Bjorn, Wahl, Jensen, Breon, Hevly
sell, Joergenson, I. Drivstuen, B. Drivstuen, Lein, Gray, Boursaw, Schroedl, Edstrom, Blacken, Prather, Price, Freestad, Hinman, Wahl
THIRD ROW: Nysether, Thorsen, Jensen, Wisdom, Carter, McQues-
The Arlington High School Band under the direction of Mr. Fosso, has
taken part this year in the Christmas and Spring Concerts, the Area l Division
Band Contest Festival held in Snohomish, the Snohomish County Music Festi-
val, played for basketball and football games, and furnished special music for
programs and pep assemblies
ln the summer of '48 the band played in the Arlington Fourth of July
Parade, the Timberbowl Celebration and the Kla-ha-ya Days Parade in Sno-
Also members have presented solos and assisted in the organization of
the beginners band.
The choir under the direction of Mr. Fosso has attained the highest stand-
ards this year over the past three years. Classes have been organized into First
Choir and the choral fundamentals classes. Special emphasis has been placed
on developing the singing voice and a thorough knowledge of choral rudi-
The choir presented Christmas and Spring Concerts, took part in the
Area l Division Contest Festival held at Seattle Pacific College, and the Sno-
homish County Music Festival in Everett.
Guests of the school will be the P.L.C. Choir on May lst.
FIRST ROW: Joergenson, Sedy, Cornehl, Fingarson, Weber, Lamp, Berg, Miller, Dotson, Bulle, James, Ledbetter, Swink
Mr. Fosso Paul, Wood, Miller, Holland, Wheeler. SECOND ' FOURTH ROW: Espedal, Clapp, Greathouse, Simpson
ROW: Rogers, Fish, Hammer, Lounsbury, Farrell, Hollis, Wright, Liddle Bennett, Nelson, Schuh, Prather, Roberts,
Drivstuen, Joergenson, Holland, Van Proyen, Tenbrink, Jen- Rosenback.
sen. THIRD ROW: Russel, Chamness, Edstrom, Batdorf,
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FIRST ROW: Bulle, Tenbrink, Ledbetter, Hammer, Jensen, Wood, Joergenson. SECOND ROW:
lL to RJ Frank Prather, Henry Wold, Blaine Bergam. lNot in Picture! Roy Hiett-Pres.
The Girl's League has had a very successful year under the leadership of Mrs. Hawley
and the officers. The activities for the past year have been a Big and Little Sister Party, a
movie dance after the Sedro Woolley basketball game, a speaker, Girl's League Mixer, Ate
tendance at the conference at Snohomish and Bellingham, and the Senior Mother's Tea.
The Boy's Club meets ONCE a month on Friday during the Activity Period. lts activities
have been a speech by a Soil Conservationist, a volley-ball game between the faculty and
inter-mural champions, and a basketball game between the faculty and next year's ball team.
President -- Lois Warburton
V. Pres. -- -- Frances Miller
Secretary -- Beverly Vosika
Treasurer ...... .... B etty Udeen
Representatives Carol Loveland
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hawley, Warburton, Miller, Udeen, Vosika. SECOND ROW: Casner, Rosen-
La Veta Penny
FIRST ROW: Wells, Greathouse, Wells, Fulfs, Smith, son, Foster, Mr. Ludwick. THIRD ROW: Haack, Black-
Blair, Bjorn, Miller, Preston, Rod, Blacken, SECOND en, Nelson, McGIadery, Dutcher, Erickson, Garka,
ROW: Lark, Lee, Boyden, Nathieson, Wold, Dezotell, Springer, Bergam, Prather, Larson, Pearson, Nysether,
Liddle, Lorenzen, Rosenback, Amundson, Mayo, John- King.
The Letterman's Club has had a very successful year in the cooperation and help of all
the boys in the club.
They sponsored the annual Football Dance in the gym and also helped in raffling off the
big blanket that was given away. They helped pay and sponsor the Annual Basketball Banquet
which was very successful,
The club participated in helping to build up the spring sports and facilities around the
In all the Arlington High Letterman's Club has had a very successful year in helping to keep
up the different activities.
FIRST ROW: Jacobs, Bergevin, Miller, Knudson, Wat- bons, Olson, Edstrom, Brown, Ames, Simpson, Bulle,
kins, Soper, Joergenson, Lounsbury, Warburton, Sim- Spencer. THIRD ROW: Turkovich, Paul, Lefler, Edfast,
kins, Udeen. SECOND ROW: Warren, Gibbons, E. Gib- Ledbetter, Lane, Miller, Lamp, Miss Porter.
The G. A. A., under the guidance of Miss Porter, got off to a rather late start, but once
they got started they accomplished quite a bit. Besides giving a successful playday in December,
the girls sponsored a dance, cleaned trophies for the school, and attended all the playdays given
at other schools, so we have had a pretty full year.
The Tumbling Club has had a very succ-
essful year under the direction of Miss
Porter. They tumbled at various basketball
games, tumbled for pep assemblies, sold
ice-cream at basketball games, and gave
an assembly for the student body in the
We owe our yell leaders a lot of credit
for their efforts to make Arlington not only
the liveliest and peppiest school but also to
create better sportsmanship. Ellen Bergevin,
Marilyn Miller, and Frances Reinbold have
done a swell job and we'd like to say
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The Pep Club has been
'ery active this year.
'hey drilled for two foot-
iall games and 4 basket-
nall games. They gave a
ootball and basketball
vanquet honoring the
xlayers. The advisors this
fear were Miss Porter
ind Miss Smith.
FIRST ROW: Lee, Greathouse, Blair, Wright, Willett, Smith, Lark, Bjorn, Austin, Nelson. SEC-
OND ROW: Larson, Rankin, Rod, Shank, Bergam, Connacher, McGladery, Rosenback, Prather,
The Hi-Y Club has had a very active year under the supervision of Mr. Danubio, advisor.
The 22 members participated on the paddle squad and sold programs at football and basketball
games. They also sponsored a very successful Father and Son Banquet.
The club sent six members to the Officer Training Conference at Lake Samish, sent two
members to the Youth and Government Day at Olympia and sent one member to Victoria.
Sergeant at Arms
FIRST ROW: Miss Harris, Rumple, Michelsen, Edfast, Joergenson, Pederson, Vosika. SECOND
ROW: Bagley, Barnier, Wolfe, Sneve, Goerlich, Russell, Drivstuen, Lounsbury, Paul, Roal, Rob-
ertson, Lamp, Parsons, Batdorf, Drivstuen, Soper, Fingarson.
The Tri-Hi-Y is newly organized in this school this year but already it has become one of Secretary'-
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the most active clubs in school. Treasurer
The girls have sold tickets for basketball games, undertaken to keep fresh flowers on the Beverly' Qfosika
teachers lunch table, keep the halls clean, sponsored a splash party in Everett, had a wiener Chaplin,-
roast, put on a Bake Sale, and sent a senator to the Youth and Government Program at Olympia.
Sergeant at Arms
. . . Miss Harris
FIRST ROW: Smith, Miller, Loveland, Miss Satre, Daniel, Edfast, Lounsbury. SECOND ROW: presidemn
Parsons, Iverson, Lamp, Joergenson, Drivstuen, Holland, Schroedl, Hillis. Carol Loveland
The Future Teachers of America organization is now in its second successful year. Serving BSVBYIY Daniel
as its advisor is Miss Satre. ' Sec- T'ea5---
Several of the F. T. AI members have been substitute teaching. The entire group will be
allowed to go into the grade schools and observe the methods used by the teachers.
to Rl Bjorn, Wolfe, Prather
We are proud to find the Honor Society growing each year. This year we have 85 members. President--
The annual banquet was given in the Cafeteria on December l948, honoring the freshman who ivan Biofn
had made the honor roll first quarter, One of our projects has been sponsoring an essay contest Vice P'e5lde"'f--
throughout the school on school improvement. Frank Prather
Sec. 8. Treas.--
The F.F.A. which has 54 members, has had a very active Year under the supervision of Mr.
The Chapter won lst. place in the Herdsmanship at the Snohomish County Fair and 2nd,
at Puyallup Fair.
Our President, Dick Lorenzen, attended the National F.F.A. Convention in Kansas City,
A new Chevrolet truck was purchased by the club. Pop corn, and pop were sold at football
and basketball games to finance the club.
The F.H.A. sold candy and hot dogs at football games, sold candy at basketball games,
42 participated in the Regional F.H.A. Meeting in Bremerton, and plan to send delegates to Ellens-
burg to vote for state officers.
FIRST ROW: Wood, Robertson, Rumple, Nelson, Fish, Fingarson, Ledbetter, Simkins, Lind.
SECOND ROW: Davison, Boursaw, Thorson, Reinbold, Kronfus, Mr. Gunn, Amundson, Kroeze,
The art club was organized to help those interested in the works of art. Under the direction
of Mr. Gunn the students in this club have shown promising ability and are striving for future
ci en ce
FIRST ROW: Mayo, Schroedl, Peterson, Turkovich, Lindquist, Davison, Miller, Dotson, Kronfus,
Mr. Bernier. SECOND ROW: Bauer, Halverson, Blacker, Thorsen, Hinman, Bruseth, Carlson,
Eckberg, Wood, Johnson, Parsons, Swanson, Gotthardt.
FIRST ROW: Garka, Warren, Stellges, Pederson, Mr. Pistorese, Brown, Kiddle, McKenzie. SEC-
OND ROW: Chapin, Rankin, Rogers, Norman, King, Spencer, Kyle, Farrell, Swanson, Tviet,
Kackman, Lind, Lindquist, Thompson, Chapin,
Under the direction of Mr. Pistorese, the rifle club has spent a very successful year. Out
side of their regular activity on Tuesday, they meet every Monday night at the indoor rifle range
at the airport. The instructor this year is Mr. King.
FIRST ROW: Smith, Swink, Fingarson, Gibbons, Miller, Ledbetter, Wells, Watkins. SECOND
ROW: Herz, Lorenzen, Mr. Gunn, Wells, Garka, Liddle, Ames, Amundson, Foster, Willett, Gall-
augher, Pederson, Miller, Blair, Holland.
Returning to Arlington after an absence of four years, R. E. difficulties arose preventing it. Alyce Gibbons was editor, Colleen
op" Gunne took over as advisor of the journalism class. The Ledbetter, and Carl Wells were assistant editors, Frances Miller
nted paper was scheduled to come out semi-monthly unless was business manager, and Opal Fingarson was feature editor.
FIRST ROW: Miss Smith, Loveland, Michelson, Cray. SECOND ROW: Smith, Roberts, Simpson,
The Arlington Debate Team under the direction of Miss Janet Smith has had a very suc-
cessful and busy year. The Debate Club as a whole has participated in various panel discussions
for the PTA, Lady Lions, and others.
The official debate team consisting of Carol Loveland and Ruth Michelsen is ranked as
one of the better teams in the state. ln the district tournament it won three out of four debates
and so was one of the twenty-three teams in the state eligible for the state debate tournament
in Pullman. At the CPS tournament the team won four out of six debates.
ln addition to debating the two girls have participated in Extemporaneous speaking and
Ruth Michelsen has entered the P-l Oratorical Contest.
FlRST ROW: Daily, Mrs. Lindgren, Schroedl, Penny. SECOND ROW: Miller, James, Daily, Lein,
Sray, Russell, Miller, Nysether.
The Latin and Spanish Clubs under the direction of Mrs. Lindgren have been planning a
The Spanish will present their annual Pan American Program. They have been studying
50uth America and Mexico.
The Latin Club has been making a scrap book of all phases of Roman life.
FIRST ROW: Cornehl, Miss West, Boursaw, Kroeze, Kiddie, Bagley, Lee, Goerlich, Barnier, Ny
sether, Miller. SECOND ROW: Weber, Cyra, Butterfield, Emery, Pederson, Amundson, Led
better, Larson, Lind, Russell, Roth, Brown, Penny, Lind.
Plays put on:
THURSDAYS AT HOME for district meeting of W.E.A.
SALLY AND THE VILLAIN for high school assembly
IN THE GREAT WALLED COUNTRY A Christmas play dramatized by Miss West from the
story of the same name, done for the grade school in the Washington School Auditorium.
FIRST ROW: Miss West, Smith, Lounsbury, Parsons, Drivstuen, Bjorn, Butterfield, Wright. SEC
OND ROW Watkins, Lind, Schuh, Swink, Lark, Pederson, Kronfus, Cyra, Soper, Best, Joergenson
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3. Marion-giving those legs the sun tan.
4. Practicing up to help cupid. iGirIs P-Ei
5. That gluesome twosome-Mary and Bev.
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Coke is so refreshing,
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job on campus day
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Betty, campus day.
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Frances-Have a good swim?
Big-Little Sister Party.
Betty and May-isn't that the man's iob?
Five of our sweet iunior gals.
Violet-Why stand there so lonely?
I love those bangs you've got there Myrtle.
Mr. Henning and Doris-after a hard days work.
Joan's kinda up against it. fthe wall that is?
That's a nice pose lna.
A couple of our big time seniors--Ivan lr Dewey.
Joy and Milly-two of our many love-birds.
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Mary and Alice-dresses are a little longer now.
Looks like they spent a rugged night together.
Been playing basketball, Alice and Edna?
That's a cute smile Mary.
Why the awful frown Alice?
Have a good laugh Fredda.
Say Vi, where ya goin with the auto?
Look out so you don't fall in Betty.
Esther-earning money the hard way.
Joanne-the blonde Irishman.
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pal, Mr. Heidenreich, and new superintendent, Mr.
Henning. The students greeted one another with big
smiles but also little sighs.
--A.S.B. ticket sales were concluded with the senior girls
taking the S5 prize and free hour period.
l7--Our first football game was played at Twin Cities-
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1 l8--Seven Arlington boys won the second place honors for
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V 18' 1 honored the frosh at a stocking dance after the game.
ft ' . ':'f yf . ,Q 8--Under Marysville's brilliant lights, the Eagles trounced
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's. h men gave the annual Jr. Senior party following the
Cgarmi- bk! L! 5--E3gles were beaten by the Sedro Woolley Cubs 44 to
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' ,I X X J ' I --Snohomish Panthers knocked the Eagles breath away
I by 'I4 to O. Hi-Y dance in the cafeteria followed the
..-Mr. Turner, the wonder penman, amazed the students
at a National Assembly.
l9--Seniors presented the annual play, "What a Life."
24--A huge banquet for the football boys and their guests
was given by the Pep Club.
' 30--The Honor Society Banquet was held for eighteen hon-
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3--Queen Marion and King Stuart proudly ruled over the
Colonial Senior Ball.
4--Arlington made fine showing while playing Skyko-
mish at the basketball Jamboree in Everett.
The students enjoyed the movie "Junior Miss."
The University of Washington Touring Theater pre-
sented "The Rivals."
The basketball team defeated Lynden by 42 to 26.
The G.A.A. also held a Volleyball Playday here.
Eagles again take top place as they beat Mount Ver-
non 40 to 31.
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7--Eagles had a little tough luck when Sedro Woolley
won 44 to 37.
l l--Eagles victorious over Marysville Tomahawks 41 to 22.
I4--The basketball boys again victorious over Burlington
42 to 36.
15--A Tri-Hi-Y Club was instituted and the officers instal-
led by the combined Everett Tri-Hi-Y Clubs.
21--End of Semester.
22--Eagles defeated the Snohomish Panthers 37 to 3l.
National Assembly featured "The Kilties," a Scottish
Arlington was defeated at Sedro Woolley 34 to 44.
lO-28--Bad news! No school because of bad roads and bad
22--Arlington defeated Snohomish in rousing game of 46
28--Arlington defeated Sedro Woolley at first district
tournament game in Everett.
2--Arlington bowed down to Snohomish Panthers at dis-
4--Eagles lost to Nooksak at sad game.
ll--Jr. Red Cross sponsored talent show with high school
I8--ln a "HeavenIy Daze," Senior girls took first place in
GirI's League Mixer.
Arlington G.A.A. members traveled to Marysville for
25--Senior tree planting day followed by Hi-Y skating party
-Oooh, those aching muscles.
Basketball banquet for the boys was given by the Pep
Club and Lettermen.
April FooI's Day brought the Freshmen-Sophomore
All School Play, "Luke Larkin's Luck," had the audi-
ence roaring with laughter.
F.F.A. members held their annual banquet.
.liuniors entertained their guests at the April Shower
The music department held the spring Concerts
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