Arlington High School - Stillaguamish Trail Yearbook (Arlington, WA)

 - Class of 1951

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HENNINC Superintendent JOHN DANUBIO Principal RALPH PISTORESE Assistant Principal Biology Athletics 'wit JUNE HERGERT English Public Speaking CARL JOHNSON Journalism English ALICE SATRE English LAWRENCE MUNIZZA Physical Education Athletics ERNEST LUDWICK American History Athletics RUTH MUNIZZA Physical Education ANNA KRET SCHM AR Typing Bookkeeping General Business GEORGIA HARRIS Mathematics A, ZANONIA SMITH Washington History Economic Geography Foreign Language KEIT H SARKISIAN Agriculture Veterans Program FLOYD LANGDON Agriculture Veterans Program MILLARD LORD Shop Mechanical Drawing CHARLES BERNIER Physics Chemisuy Driving l mx Scbuul 33 1 GK 'Qu-N STANDING: Edward Soper, Paul Wangsmo. SEATED: Glen Parkerg Leland Batdorf, Chairmang Clifford Rod. We students are grateful to our Board provided such a :fine building and of Directors for their continued in- beautiful campus. terest in our education and for having The students of Arlington High School are grateful, also, to Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Reeck for their ever-willing help in the office. 'I 3.1: Saralee RSCCR ' Secret Y Bertha Morris -- Clerk 6 N Avg? and hi X BOB VOSIKA Vice President LA VET A PENNEY Secretary The Student Council is one of the more important organizations of our school. At its meetings var- ious interests and problems of the school are discussed. The Student Council consists of class repre- sentatives, class presidents, Boys' Club president, Girls' League GORDON BLACKEN President MARY GOERLICH Treasurer LE ROY JOHNSON Business Manager president, and one of the yell lead- ers. On November 11, five of these members attended the Student Lead- ers' Conference in Everett, where they discussed school problems. The faculty advisers of this group are Mr. Danubio and Mr. Pistor- ese. FIRST ROW: Hoery, Clapp, Norman, Bjorn, Penney, Haarsager, Goerlich, A. Peterson, Joergenson. SECOND ROW: Blacken, Vosika, Erickson, Bergam, Spencer, Johnson, Inman, D. Peterson, Carter, Tilleson. wwf'-'p qs- SHIRLEY HAMMER GAIL JOHNSON Art Editors ,3 for-L, fx? BGB SCHROEDL BUZZY EVANS Sports Editors 'WY' lsr, ZOE ANN RUSSELL JOANN GRAY Typists PN. ,ZA MARIE GUSTAVSON CLAUDIA LARSON Proof-readers mural Staff :hae W'-v-gd ANITA JOERGENSON Editor ARLENE LALLEMAND Assistant Editor We, the annual staff, proudly present this annual to the faculty and class of 1950-51 in hopes that it will recall many pleasant memories and incidents in the years to come. e-146 vt 1 T ROW: Larson, Gi Lallemand, Arn SECOND RO Gray, Hamm Joergensi Nxff masses W ff ,X mm N W lil? Kifffwwwffgeiw W ffdiww ,ww ,ff Qiqi. jgwww 3 ll WMJWYWW W 5 lm W .lx , 'S ua.. Q5 : , ' GEORGE SPENCER GERALD MILLER President . . . . . George Spencer Knight Vice President . . Gerald Miller ALICE SNEVE Secretary . . . . . . . . . Alice Sneve Treasurer . . . . Zoe Ann Russell Adviser . . . . . Miss Kretschmar Colors: Red and Gray Flower: Carnation Motto: In ourselves our future lies. 32 4 5 4 2 Z6 arg. SE A M it M Q : W Q Q Q , 1 is , N I' , ss-3' ' 3 ZOE ANN RUSSELL Senior Class Accomplishments members in Torch Society basketball lettermen football lettermen 5 track lettermen tennis lettermen baseball lettermen members in Pep Club 8 members in G. A, A, 4 members in Tumbling Successful Senior Ball "Hawaiian Paradise" a Presented Senior - Junior'Party Gave Senior Play "Our Miss Brooks" Participated in All School Play BEVERLY BARNIER: Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F. T. A. 45 Tumbling Club 1, 25 Mixed Quartette 45 Triple Trio 4. ROBERT BAUER: Chess Club '45 Science Club 3. BLAINE BERGAM: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Golf 45 Student Council 1, 3, 45 Class Pres. 15 Boys' Club Sec.-Tr. 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. GORDON BLACKEN: Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 A. S. B. Pres. 45 Senior Playg Debate 4. RAYMOND BLACKEN JACK BLACKER: Eagle Staff 35 Sci. Club 15 F. F. A. l, 2, 35 Chess Club 35 Wrestling Club 4. BETTY BOURSAW: Pep Club 3, 45 Pep Band 35 Dramatics 35 All-School Play 35 Senior Play5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 A. S. B. Yell Leader 45 Class Tr. 25 Girls' LeagueSec.45 Debate 45 Typ- ing Club 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2. DONNA BREON: Dramatics 2, 3, 45 Tumbling 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 45 Sen- ior Play, Honor Society 2, 3, 45 All- School Play 3. DONALD BRODERSON: F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 45 V. Pres. 45 State Convention 35 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Movies 3, 45 Sci. Club 3. JOE BRUSETH: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sci. Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD CHAPIN: Track 1, 2, 43 Rifle Club I, 2, 45 Sci. Club I, 25 HOD' or Society 2, 3, 45 TYPUIB Club 3. 49 Basketball 1. JAKE CLARK: Sci. Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 3. IDA MAE CRANMORE: G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 4. BEVERLY DAHLCREN: F. H. A. 2: Commercial Club 45 Librarian 4. ROBERT DAILY: Spanish Club 25 Typing Club 4. THOMAS DAILY: Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club, Pres. 25 Student Council 35 Commercial Club 4. BARBARA DAVISON: Tumbling Club 15 Pep Club 3, 45 A. S. B. Yell Lead- er 45 Class Yell Leader 25 Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. JERRY DEZOTELL: Chess Club 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 4. LOLA DOTSON: Honor Society 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 45 Camera Club 45 Typing Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Triple Trio 45 Toastmasters' Club 25 Sci. Club 2, 35 Sewing Club. GENE ECKBERG: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Reporter 45 Student Council 4. DELORES ENGSTROM: Art Club 2, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Eagle Staff 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE ENGSTROM: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Libra- rian 4, Eagle Staff 3, 4, Typing Club. JACK ERICKSON: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3. 49 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y3, 4,Sec.4,Honor So- cietg 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Sen- ior all Co-chairman, Student Council l, 2, 4. BETTY ESPE: Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Dramatics 4, Senior Play, Commercial Club 3, 4. LAURIN FOSTER: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Tr- 3, Pres. 4, Boys' Club, V. Pres. 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 2, Chess Club 4. JERll'Y GARKA: Class Yell Leader I, F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Movie 3, 4- MARY GOERLICH: A. S. B. Tr. 4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Tr. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 45 Dramatics 2, Junior Red Cross 3, Sen- ior Ball Queen. DAVID GOSSICTT: Entered from Snohomish in 1949, Basketball Manager 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Chess Club 4, Camera Club 4, Commercial Club 4. FRED GOTTHARDT JOANN GRAY: Pep Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, F. T. A. 2, Latin Club 2, Debate 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Annual Sta f 4. WAUNITA HAGINS: Sewing Club 3, Eagle staff 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, Red Cross 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Tumbling 2, 3. SHIRLEY HAMMER: Pep Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Co-chairman, Annual Art Editor 3, 4, All-School Play 3, Senior Play, Ea le staff 4, F. T. A., Scribe 4, Gigs' Sextette 2, Girls' Trio 3, Girls' Triple Trio 4, Mixed Quartette 4. PATRICIA HILLIS: Pep Club 4, Hon- or Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Rep. 1, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, F. H. A. 4, Commercial Club 3, 4. JIM IIINMAN: Sci. Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Chess Club. .IOANNE IIOIDAL: Pep Club 3, 45 Art Club 2, Eagle staff 4, Ed. 4, Tennis Team 3, All-School Play 1, Senior Play, Typing Club 3. JANET HOLLAND: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, Sewing Club 2, 3, Typing Clu 3, Pep Club 3, 4. BETTY JAMES GRANT JENSEN: F. F. A. l, 2, 3. ANITA JOERGENSON: Pep Band 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Class Sec. I, 2, Ass. Annual Editor 3, Editor 4, Girls' League Pres. 4, F. T. A. 2, Student Council 4, Junior Prom Co-chairman. LEROY JOHNSON: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Pres., Boys' Club Pres. 4? A. S. B. Bus- Mgr. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 'N 5 l ing, .IUNIQ KROICZIC: Typing Club 49 H. A. 39 Librarian 49 Honor Society ,lunior Hed Cross 3. PATRICIA KIIOIQZICZ Junior lied Cro 2, 4, Sec. 29 Dramatics 2, 39 Comm cial Club 2, 39 Pep Band 3, 49 F. A. 49 Girls' Triple 'I'rio 49 Sewing Cl 3, 4. DONNA KIIONFUS: Chess Club 3, Librarian I, 29 Commercial Club 3, SCi.Club 29 Toastmasters' Club 29 ll: or Society 2, 3, 4. JOHN LANGDON: F. F. A. I, 2, 3, CLAUDIA LARSON: F. ll- A. 2, Tr. 39 Commercial Club 3, 49 Che Club 49 Librarian 3, 49 Annual staff Honor Society 2, 3, 49 junior Red Crc 2. SALLY LIEN: Pep Band 3, 49 L21 Club 29 Dramatics 3, 49 Honor Socin 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA LINDQUIST: G. A. A. 3, 49 Sec. 49 Student Council 39 P Club 3, 49 Camera Club 49 Girls' T1 nis Team 3, 49 Fagle staff 49 Typi Club 39 Sci. Club 3. JIQANYCIQ LONG: Typing Club Camera Club 4. LICFI IIOY MICRRITT: F. I". A. I, 3, 49 V. Pres. 4, State Convention Movie 3, 49 Sci. Club 3. CHARLES MILLIQII: Sci. Club 29 F- A- I, 2, 3, 4. JOAN MILLER: Girls' Triple Trio Pep Club 39 Dramatics Club 49 Sen Play9 Honor Society 2, 39 lflagle st 3, 4. SIQRA ,IANIC MILLER: G. A. A. 2, 49 Dramatics 2, 3, 49 Senior Playg Il or Society 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 2, 4. DONNIIQ MOIITFNSEN: Pep Club 4g Girls' League V. Pres. 49 F. ll. 2, 3, 4. FLFANOR NYSICTIIICH: Latin C 29 Pep Band 3, Honor Society 2, 3. Dramatics Club 2, 49 F. T. A. 29 T ing Club 3, 4. IDA OCHAMPAUGII IIOBIQIFI' OLSON: Pep Band 2, 3, Chess Club 49 Camera Club 4. DAIILENIC OLSON: Eagle staff 49 H. A. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 2, PreS- Commercial Club 2, 3, 49 Pep Club VIOLFT OSTIIOM: junior lled Cr 39 F. H. A. 2, 3, 49 Honor Society 3, 49 Pep Club 3, 49 Tri-Ili-Y 3, 4, 5 49 Debate team 49 Eagle staff 3, Student Council Hep. 3. WAXYNIQ PICARSON: Lettermen's C 2, 3, -I-9 Chess Club 39 llasketball N ager I, 49 Football Mgr. 29 Dasel Mgr. 39 Movie 4. LA VISTA PICNNICY: All-School P I, 29 Senior Play9 Girls' League ll 29 Eagle lid. 49 A. S. D. Sec. 49 l,1 Club Pres. 39 Pep Club V. Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 49 Debate team 49 Honor ciety 2, 4g Student Council 3, 4. UDREY PETERSON: Pep Club 3, 43 ass Tr. 39 Girls' League V. Pres. 3: :nor Society 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, V. 'es. 39 A. S. B. Yell Leader 45 Stu- ent Council 44 Girls' State 3: Senior ay: Debate team 4. XMES PRICE: Lettermen's Club 3, Pres. 45 Hi-Y 45 Chess Club 3, 4, V. es. 3: Football 3, 49 Pep Band 3, 4. EONARD PUMPHREY: Sci. Club 3: 'ping Club 49 Senior Play. XX RANKIN: Football 4, All-North- est: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3: Letter- :n's Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 45 Chess ub 3, 4: Class Yell Leader 3, Senior lay. JNELIESE REISCHL: Commercial ub 4, Senior Play. iN ROGNE: Pep Club 45 Tumbling ub 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 3, 45 Tr. 4: Song fader 45 Red Cross 4: F. H. A. 3. iRGUERITE ROTH: Typing Club 3, Camera Club 4. DE ANN RUSSELL: Pep Club 3, 4, ill Leader 45 F. T. A. 23 Latin Club Debate 25 HonorSociety 2, 3, 4: Tri- -Y 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Pres. 45 Annual :ff 2, 4: Class Tr. 4, Co-chairman mior Ball. 'BERT SCHROEDL: Chess Club 19 p Band 3, 45 Sci. Club 1 2, 35 Honor :iety 2, 3, 4: Latin Club Pres. 2, ys' Quartette 45 Annual Staff 4, Sen- Play. IRLEY SENFF ICE SNEVE: Pep Club 3, 45 Class lg Class Sec. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 45 A. S. B. Yell Leader 49 Honor :iety 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Tumbling lb 1, 2s Sci. Club 2. ORGE SPENCER: Class V. Pres. Class Pres. 45 Lettermen's Club 3, V. Pres. 49 Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Club Ser- int-at-Arms 3. ED SPIERING: Sci. Club 2, 3, 45 'nera Club 2, 3, Tr. 35 Eagle Staff 4, mate team. 4. YCE STELLGES: Girls' League p. 3. 1RBERT SWANSON: Sci. Club 1, 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 3. HLYN SWANSON .RY TERHORST: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: iior Red Cross 25 Camera Club 4. LRALD THORSEN: F. F. A. 1, 29 ,. Club 1, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, ess Club 49 Boxing 4, Pres. 45 Pep nd 3. NEVIEVE TIEDEMAN THUR TROWBRIDGE: F. F. A. 1, 3, 4- Popular Girl . . . Popular Boy . . . LILLIE TURKOVICII: C. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Tumblin Club 1, 2, 3 4, V. Pres. 3. TypingClub 3. Pep clui. 4. sci. Clul 25 Eagle Staff 4. SHIRLEY UDEEN: Honor Society 2 Junior Red Cross 3, 43 Typing Club 4, F.. H. A. 3, 4. HELEN VAN NESS: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3: Typing Club 3, 4g Camera Club 43 Eagle Staff 3. FRANK WELLS: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3. DONALD WESTERLUND: Golf Clul 45 Hi-Y 45 Camera Club 3g Sci Club 2 4. ROBERTA WIDMARK: Pep Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplin 4: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Pres. 45 Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4: Eagle Staff 35 Sewing Club 35 Junior Red Cross 2. CORA WILLIAMS: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4. Honor Society 2, 3: Camera Club 4 Sewing Club 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA WISDOM: Pe Club 45Pe1 Band 2, 3, 45 T pin Club 3: Honor So ciety 2, 3, 4: All-Scgool Play. JAMES WOOD PATRICIA WOOD: Sci. Club 2: Hono Society 2, 3, 4: Senior Play: Girls' Sex tette 25 Art Club I: Typing Club 3, 4 BILL ZUDE: F. F. A. 1, 3, 4: Letter men's Club 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 CAMERA SHY ELAINE BEST: Tumbling Club I: Hor or Society 2, 3, 45 Typing Club 4: Sew ing Club 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 3, 4 Sec. 3: Senior Play, All-School Play S GERALD MILLER: Chess Club i Boxing 45 Class V. Pres. 2, 4: Hor or Society 2, 3, 4. DEAN QUALLg Entered from Inter- cession, Florida '50. ERVIN WISDOM: Art Club 2. HALL OF FAME . . . Audrey Peterson . Gorden Blacken Prettiest Girl . . . . . . Roberta Widmark Handsomest Boy . Dependable Girl . Dependable Boy. . . Intelligent Girl . . Intelligent Boy . . Athletic Girl . . . Athletic Boy . . . Wittiest Girl . . . Wittiest Boy . . . . . . Best Dressed Girl Best Dressed Boy Best Girl Dancer Best Boy Dancer . . . . . Dean Quall Zoe Ann Russell . . ,Iack Erickson Eleanor Nysether . . Thomas Daily Ida Mae Cranmore . LeRoy Johnson . . . . La Veta Penney . George Spencer . . . . Joann Gray . . Laurin Foster Bonnie Mortensen . . jerry Dezotell Cutest Girl . . Cutest Boy . . Neatest Girl . . . Neatest Boy . . . Talented Girl . . . Talented Boy . . . Flirtations Girl . . . . Flirtations Boy . . . Pleasing Disposition Pleasing Disposition Mischievous Girl ..... Mischievous Boy . . . . . Peppiest Girl . . . Peppiest Boy . . . Quietest Girl . . Quietest Boy . . . . Pat Lindquist . Blaine Bergam . . Violet Ostrom . . . . Jack Blacker Anita ,Ioergenson . . . . Bob Schroedl . Shirley Hammer . . Grant Jensen . . Mary Goerlich . . . Ray Blacken Lillie Turkovitch . . . Chuck Miller . . . Betty Boursaw . . . . Max Rankin . Claudia Larson . . . . Bob Olson ,Senior lffisiurg 1'l'I8 ltl'I'l in N51 The Pages entered their first year of high school with one hundred twenty-seven members. They elected Blaine Bergam, president, Bob Put- nam, vice president, Anita Joergenson, secretary, Alice Sneve, treasurer, and Jerry Garka, yell leader. The freshmen took part in many activities with twenty-six members attending the Honor Society Banquet, ten boys on the Junior High basketball team, three members in the All-School Play, and presented a successful Sophomore - Freshmen Party. The Men-at-Arms began their sophomore year under the direction of Laurin Foster, president,Gerald Miller, vice president, Anita Joergenson, secretary, Betty Boursaw, treasurer, and Barbara Davison, yell leader. The class had many accomplishments in their book, including forty-one members in Honor Society, four members in the All-School Play, four football lettermen, two active members in debate, one tennis letterman, one baseball letter- man, one basketball letterman, presented the Freshmen-Sophomore Party, and placed third in the Girls' League Mixer. The Squires entered their junior year headed by LeRoy Johnson, president, George Spencer, vice president, La Veta Penney, secretary, Audrey Peter- son, treasurer, and Max Rankin, yell leader. The Squires had thirty-five members in Honor Society, twenty-one girls in Drill Team, three basketball lettermen, five football lettermen, one member in debate, gave a success- ful Junior-Senior Dance, and presented the "Moonlight and Roses", as their Junior Prom. The Knights at the top of the stairway were under the leadership of George Spencer, president, Gerald Miller, vice president, Alice Sneve, secretary, and Zoe Ann Russell, treasurer. Under the advisership of Miss Kretschmar, they continued to gain accomplishments--Senior Play, "Our Miss Brooks", Junior-Senior Dance, presented "Hawaiian Paradise" as their Senior Ball, thirty members in Honor Society, four basketball lettermen, seven football lettermen, eight members on the debate team, and twenty-seven girls in Drill Team. I5 I .theme BEVERLY BARNIER ROBERT BAUER ELAINE BEST BLAIN E BERGAM GORDON BLACKEN RAY BLACKEN JACK BLACKER BETTY BOURSAW DONNA BREON DONALD BRODERSON OE BRUSETH J RICHARD CHAPIN JAKE CLARK IDA MAE CRANMORE BEVERLY DAHLGREN ROBERT DAILY THOMAS DAILY BARBARA DAVISON JERRY DEZOTELL LOLA DOTSON GENE ECKBERG DELORES ENGSTROM LORRAINE ENGSTROM J ACK ERICKSON BETTY ESPE LAURIN FOSTER JERRY GARKA MARY GOERLICH DAVID GOSSETT FRED GOTTHARDT JOANN GRAY WAUNITA HAGINS SHIRLEY HAMMER PATRICIA HILLIS JIM HINMAN JOANN E HOIDAL JANET HOLLAND BETTY JAMES GRANT JENSEN ANITA JOERGENSON LEROY JOHNSON JUNE KROEZE PATRICIA KROEZE DONNA KRONFUS JOHN LANGDON CLAUDIA LARSON SALLY LIEN PATRICIA LINDQUIST Brown eyes Ser io us 4-H' er H andso me H appy-go-lucky Swell kid Cassanova Peppy Devilish Farming Blushing Good-natured Skipping Pleasant Curly hair Freckles Intelligent Questionable Agreeahle Low voice Sorta shy Unassuming Slim Big feet Dependable Ladies' man Short Big dimples Cute Loafing Tall Lively Flirtatio us Crinning Talkat ive Carefree Reserved Brown eyes Teasing Bangs Athletic Tiny Talented Hard worker Unsettled Black hair Norwegian Wavy hair fttophecg WEAKNESS Stu's Snack Sho Comp. Acting Basketball Kackman Road Model A's Girls Football games Kansas Cows History Miss Harris The office Athletics Chev. cars Brother Tom Honor Society Underclassmen Dancing Borrowing None F. H. A. Lipstick Tennis Mr. Danubio Schottisches His car Mon ey Book reports Sleep Long hair Pom Poms Boys School Chemistry Love columns Telephones Journalism Trumpet Piano Unlocked doors Short hair Nlr- Larson Studying Cows Cutting her hair Acting Lillie 'IA P TWENTY YEARS HENCE Waitress Comp. teacher Married Coach Comedian Hiding from J. J. Harvey Bachelor Model Living in Kansas Still milking Man about town Math teacher Retired P. E. Straight hair Tom's assistant A genius Who knows? Square dance caller Head of Loan Co. Tobacco auctioneer Singer Cosmetic saleswoman Tennis coach Working in Califomia Still dizzy Napoleon III U. S. Treasurer Still writing Book reports Rip Van winkle 2nd Career girl Keeping house In the air co . Cooking teacher Scientist Editor Operator Editor of Arl. Times Teaching Harry James French Pianist Single man Lady giant Music teacher Success at last Ag. teacher Beautician Actress Living in Chicago DYING WORDS "That's for sure." "Is ithel a verb?" "Do it my way." "Let George do it." "Listen to this one." salon payin "Wasn't my fault." "Obi Gordy." "Oh my land!" "Whoa, bossl" "That's okay." "Now my teacher did it this way." "Obi Who care ." l gosh!! ll y?,, "Ditto." "Natural1y." "I don't believe you-n "Allmen left." "Good-bye." "L. S- M. F. T." "Fine." "This shade is nice." "Help me find the ball." "Oh, crum." nl, 2, 3, hoptu "l'm a mighty little man." "This was spent on bubble gum." "Where's my book - report." "Time for my nap." "Oh, my heavens." "Geel" "Har I am." "Holy cow." "Wha ha pen?" "Dear forgornl' "Number plaeasel' uuuh? 0 Y 'II "I've led a dog's life." "But I'm not French." "I'm in love again." "No it isn't-" "Oh, my goodness." "Well -- I'll see." "Oh, for the life of a cow." "But l don't want a wig." "Now listen." "Okayl OkayI" NAME .IEANYCE LONG LEEROY MERRITT CHARLES MILLER GERALD MILIER JOAN MILLER SERA MILLER BONNIE MORTENSEN ELEANOR NYSETHER IDA OCHAMPAUGH ROBERT OLSEN DARLENE OLSON VIOLET OSTROM WAYNE PEARSON LAVETA PENNEY AUDREY PETERSON JAMES PRICE LEONARD PUMP!-IREY DEAN QUALL MAX RANKIN ANNELIESE REISCHL ANN ROGNE MARQUERITE nom zoa ANN nussau. noannr scunonm. SHIRLEY SENFF ALICE SNEVE GEORGE SPENCER FRED svmnmc Jovca srmttcms HEBERT SWANSON MARLYN SWANSON MARY rnnaonsr GERALD THORSEN GEN EVI EVE TIEDEMAN ARTHUR TROWBRIDGE LILLIE TURKOVICH SHIRLEY UDEEN HELEN VAN NESS FRANK WELLS DONALD WESTERLUND CORA WILLIAMS ERVIN WISDOM VIRGINIA WISDOM J AMES WOOD P AT WOO D BILL ZUDE CHARAC TE RISTIC Quiet Conservative Blond hair Busy Smiling Short hair Rosy cheeks Getting A's Twink ing eyes Quiet Polite Neat Dependable Red hair Sc atterbrain Laughing Nice Playboy Will power Nice to know Gigglingk Fast-ta er Peroxide Woman charmer Married Cute smile Crew cut Nice Slim Man of few words Likable Shy Shoulders Sweet Studious PePPY joker Tall Stanley permanent Bashful Dark Sweeping floors Pleasant Ruddy hair Long hair Curly hair WEAKNESS N oisy halls Yodeling Talking Racing 1949 alumni Horses Home Ec. B's Miss West Band Combs Al P. A. system Acting Yell-leading Lakewood Plays Girls ,I okes Am. History P. E. Going places Joann Gray Scandanavian dances Alaska Dark hair Corny jokes School work Baby talk Chickens Cora Darrington T-shirts Seattle Fairs Mrs. Munizza Mice Office Hopped-up cars Tests Cars Clean-up committee Telephones Dancing Marysville Happy Valley TWENTY YEARS HENCE Librarian Singing Still making up time Still oing Finaliy hooked him Ranch in Texas Cooking for loggers College professor Librarian Band leader Stenographer Grandmother Disc jockey Miss Brooks 2nd Yell-leader for Yale Still at Lakewood An actor Still playing ,I oker Working for Mr. Ludwick Married Still going Partner in florist shop Owner of a farm Still married Running a lonely hearts club A big man Am. History teacher Owner of a car Farmer 37 Living in Darrington Romeo 2nd Still living in Seattle Stock judge A nurse Starting a camp for mice Office girl Buying a new car? Teacher New Cadillac Janitor Working in office at A. H. S. Dancing instructor Hot rod driver Living on the lowlands DYING WORDS "Quiet please!" "jimmy Cracked Corn." "Only one more hour to go." "Oh, for a Ford !" "Oh, this married life." "Whoa, horse!" "Come and get it!" "A 81 B : AB." "Three cents please." "Ready, play!" "Is my part straight?" 'Golly!" "Play it again." "Lets have a play." 'Go get em Eagles!" "Hail, Hail, old Lakewood." "My cue!" "The line forns to t.he right." "Wasn't that a corker?" "You poor kids." "Oh, gee." "Gone!" "It's simply marvelous." uBabyln "But Dave!" "Are you 1onely?" "Have you heard this one?" "Notes please!" "How are ya?" "Silence." "But I'm 38-" "Baby it's cold outside." "Oh, Baby." "Quick, call the doctor." "I'll get him." "Oh, no boy!" "Really?" 66 7? May I help you? Dam thing won't start! "Test today!" "I should have stopped." "Lift your feet." "Good afternoon high school." ll D9 "Shall we dance?' "Missed the corner!" "What fun." amor 111 BEVERLY BARNIER wills her job at Stu's to anyone who can fill it. ELAINE BEST wills her naturally curly hair to someone with straight hair. BETTY BOURSAW wills her peppiness to Violet Blacken. DONNA BREON wills her devilish ways to Mary Ann Bjorn. IDA MAE CRANMORE wills her tumbling ability to Bon- nie Switnme to carry on. BEVERLEY DAHLGREN wills her shyness to Bette Reed. BARBARA DA VISON leaves wishing Virg was coming too. LOLA MAE DOTSON wills her talking ability to Esther Haack. f DOLORES ENGSTROM just leaves quietly. LORRAIQE ENGSTROM wills her place in physics to Marie Gustavson. BETTY ESPE wills her place in shorthand to someone with a sharp pencil. MARY GOERLICH wills her treasurer's books to anyone who can straighten them out. JOANN GRAY wills her long hair to Tiny Heckland. PAT HILLIS leaves for W. S. C. WAUNITA HAGINS leaves as Mrs. Putnam. SHIRLEY HAMMER wills her talents to some untalented person. JOANNE HOIDAL wills her skipping ability to Pat Sny- der. JANET HOLLAND leaves for the telephone office. ANITA JOERGENSON wills a big job onthe annual to Arlene Lallemand. JUNE KROEZE leaves her giggle still echoing in the halls. PAT KROEZE wills her trombone to someone with a long arm. DONNA KRONFUS leaves her typewriter still wondering what hit it. BETTY JAMES leaves for her little house in Trafton. CLAUDIA LARSON wills her dark hair to Clarice Larson. SALLY LIEN wills her A's in American History to Aud- rey Ramsey. BEVERLY LIND left early for Everett. IEANYCE LONG leaves her window gazing to the '52 student body. SERA JANE MILLER wills her horse back riding to Bever- ly Hoery. BONNIE MORTENSEN leaves without Ray. ELEANOR NYSETHER Awills her straight A's to Richard Hevly. DARLENE OLSON wills her job at the grade school to someone with an umbrella. VIOLET OSTROM leaves Polly Drivstuen to carry on her neatness. LAVETA PENNEY wills her ability to blush to Frankie Killough. AUDREY PETERSON wills her joke telling to Bob Vosika. ANN ROGNE wills her quiet ways to Dixie Craven. MARGUERITE ROTH leaves very quietly. ALICE SNEVE leaves without a boyfriend. Z.OE ANN RUSSELL wills her whistle to the new drill leader. JOYCE STELLGES leaves in her Ford. MARY TERI-IORST wills her ability to drive to Marie Ja cobs. GENEVIEVE TIEDEMAN leaves as Mrs. Nelson. LILLIE TURKOVICH leaves with her ball and chain a- round her neck. SHIRLEY UDEEN wills her ability to argue to Ruth Jo- hanson. JERRY GARKA wills his height to Roger Funk. DAVID GOSSETT leaves his wavy hair to Don Pettit. FRED GOTTHARDT leaves for the navy. JIM HINMAN leaves to help his dad. GRANT JEANSEN leaves Don Wahl to take over his trumpet playing. LEROY JOHNSON leaves the junior girls in a daze. JAKE CLARK leaves Marlene to walk by herself at noon. CHUCK MILLER wills his friendly ways to anyone as nice. LEROY MERRITT wills his friendly ways to anyone as nice. GERALD MILLER leaves in his "hot rod". BOB OLSEN wills his quiet ways to Jack Breon. WAYNE PEARSON leaves in his little Ford. LEONARD PUMPHREY leaves for good. JIM PRICE leaves an empty space in the football line up. MAX RANKIN leaves A. H.S. peaceful and quiet, BOB SCHROEDL wills his skipping rules to the junior class. GEORGE SPENCER wills his address book to anyone who can handle it. FRED SPIERING willshis sports writing to any sports fan. HERBERT SWANSON leaves with Fred Gotthardt. GERALD THORSEN willshis drawing pen to anyone that can use it. ART TROWBRIDGE leaves with out any trouble. FRANK WELLS wills his devilish ways to the eighth grade. DON WESTERLUND leaves Mr. Larson without a bass. BILL ZUDE leaves for Happy Valley. HELEN VAN NESS leaves Mrs. Hawley with an empty multigraph room. ROBERTA WIDMARK leaves happily. CORA WILLIAMS leaves the sewing machines in the home ec. room quiet, VIRGINIA WISDOM leaves the teachers without a right hand girl. PAT WOOD leaves Betty Shipley all alone. JOAN MILLER leaves for the altar. PAT LINDQUIST leaves without an argument. SHIRLEY SENFF leaves for Alaska. ANNELIES REISCHL wills her long braids to Noreen Atkins. ROBERT BAUER leaves quietly and quickly. BLAINE BERGAM leaves with his good pal George. GORDIE BLACKEN wills his place as ASB president to any lucky person. RAY BLACKEN leaves the F. F. A. without a truck driver. JACK BLACKER leaves for unknown parts. DON BRODERSON leaves quietly. JOE BRUSETH wills his bashful ways to Mickey Ryan. RICHARD CHAPIN left so quietly no one heard him. ROBERT DAILY leaves Reva Hargrove. THOMAS DAILY wills his ability in geometry to any- one who can master it. JERRY DEZOTELL wills his square dancing to John Carl- SOI1, GENE ECKBERG wills his blushing to Jack Jenkins, JACK ERICKSON wills his vocabulary to anyone who can use it. LAURIN FOSTER leaves in his blue Chev'. JOHN LANGDON leaves only to return to replace his father. DEAN QUALL1eavesa vacant seat in sixth period study. JIM WOOD leaves his slow drawl to Dick Dunn. I8 I. ANITA IOERGENSON 2. PAT LINDQUIST 3. BETTY BouRsAw 4. VIOLET OSTROM 5. ERVIN WISDOM 6. .TERRY GARKA 7. BETTY BOURSAW AND BARBARA DAVISON 8. BARBARA DAVISON 9. SHIRLEY HAMMER XO. MARGUERITE ROTH 11. MARLYN SWANSON AND DARLENE OLSON I2. JANET HOLLAND 13. AUDREY PETERSON 14. VIRGINIA WISDOM 15. ERVIN AND vmG1N1A WISDOM 16. LILLIE TURKOVICH VIRGIL INMAN President......... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Yell Leader . . Adviser ...... JACK JENKINS KEL VIN IOERG ENSON . . . . . Virgil Inman . . . . . . . Jack Jenkins . . . . . Kelvin Joergenson . . . . . Bernice Haarsager Don Pettit . . . . Miss Satre quires BERNICE HAARSAG ER COLORS: Green and White MOTTO: Ambition Honor Success Junior Class Accomplishments I7 members in Honor Society 5 members in G.A,A. 20 members in Lettermen's Club 20 members in Pep Club 2 members on the Tumbling Team 9 football lettermen 7 basketball lettermen 5 baseball lettermen 4 track lettermen Won A.S.B. ticket-selling contest 2nd prize winner in Spelling Contest Participated in the All-School Play Gave a successful Junior-Senior Dance Presented a beautiful Junior Prom 20 DON PETTIT FIRST ROW: Haarsager, Casner, Entsminger, Ingram, Helms, Hensel. SECOND ROW: Jacobs, Heckland, Hiett, Clapp, Brown, Hurn, Johansen. THIRD ROW: Bjorn, Hoery, Craven, Gustavson, Berg, Gathers, Atkins, Calvert. FIRST ROW: Voreis, Rice, Norman, Lallemand, Oberkotter, Myrwang, Wheeler. SECOND ROW Rogers, Shipley, Ramsey, Shields, Schmidt, Smiley, Snyder, Wheeler, Reinbold, FIRST ROW: Breen, Edstrom, Jenkins, Eliason, Anderson, Dutcher. SECOND ROW: Hevly, Kill- ongh, Brown, Coutre, Fry, Drake, Evans, Carlson, Atkins, Halverson. THIRD ROW: Inman, Ames, Joergenson, Funk, Hutton, Farrell, Cabe, Carlson. FIRST ROW: Wahl, Wegener, Ryan, Lind, Wells. SECOND ROW: Rogers, Parsons, Rosenback, Oman, Nelson, Pettit. THIRDROW: Tveit,Taylor, West- land, Wright, Nelson, 'Ma.rken, Vosika. I S SQ' 6? wg I . 1 DON PETERSON President......... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Yell Leader . . Adviser ...... lien at Ar ms KENNY WANGSMO MARY ANN ROBERTSON . . . . . Don Peterson . . . . . Kenny Wangsmo . . . . Mary Ann Robertson Marilyn Hart . . . . Oliver Smith . . Mrs. Munizza MARILYN HART Sophomore Accomplishments II members in G.A.A. 4 members in Lettermen's Club II members in Tumbling Club 32 members in Honor Society Gave successful Soph-Fresh Party Ist place winner in Spelling Contest 22 OLIVER SMITH FIRST ROW: Deverna, Ayars, Chadney, Klein, Dickerson, Arnot. SECOND ROW: Brown, Kinney, Blacken, Johnson, Hart, Bjorn, D. Entsrninger, Dahlgren, L. Entsminger. THIRD ROW: Brose, Carter, Gardner, Engeseth, Amundson, Davis, Butterfield, FIRST ROW: Simpson, Smith, Liddle, Long, Megard, Tveit. SECOND ROW: Yorke, Royce, Parsons, Robertson, Rogne, Thorsen, Larson, Rosen- back. THIRD ROW: Tate, Nelson, Strotz, Pearson, Wood, Swimme. FIRST ROW: Goerlich, Gibbons, Dunn, Hafterson, Conklin, Halverson. SECOND ROW: Anderson, Brown, Jenny, King. THIRD ROW: Broderson, Blacker, DeGrosse, Dickenson, Avery, Engeseth. FIRST ROW: Poeschel, Sele, Peterson, Patou, Larson, McQuestion. SECONDROW: Pumphrey, Warren, Mock, Lindal, Smith, Wangsmo, Snyder, THIRD ROW: Olson, Ruff, Vance, Miller, Spencer, Lindquist, Wognild, Wheeler, Schultz. DA VID QUALL BETTY ESPEDAL President ....... Vice-President . . . Secretary ....... Treasurer . . . Yell Leader . . . Advisor . . . 632 PAT CYRA r X . ... David Quall . . . Betty Espedal . . . . . Pat Cyra . . Barbara Hiett Donna Gunderson Miss West BARBARA HIETT A I "ig Q 1 I . Q 'M F ss . I DONN A G UN DERSOI COLORS: Crimson and Gray MOTTO: There is no shortcut to success Freshmen Class Accomplishments X 2 members in Tumbling Club R Q I It I2 members invited to Honor Society Banquet im Gave successful Fresh-Soph Dance wi QQ .ff sd 1 I 5 NI," km Participated in A11-School Play 253 'Q A NQII Lg il 4 xqm, I 5 at X ,z 24 FIRST ROW: Hiett, Hammerly, Bradley, Conklin, Goodridge, Engstrom, Chapin. SECOND ROW: Huff, Gunderson, Hartl, Amy, Casey, Knutson, Boursaw, Cyra, Espedal, Gruwell. THIRD ROW: Bruhn, Gustavson, Hargrove, Fiksdal, Groendyk, Johnston, Jacobs, Betty Groendyk, Johnson, Grewe, Foster. FIRST ROW: Olson, Santeford, Lundberg, Pumph- rey, Wahl, Whitman, Stentz. SECOND ROW Lamrock, Ver l-leul, Lindell, Muller, Rothrock, Warren, McGrew, Walker, Swimme, Smith. THIRD ROW: Zude, Larson, Westover, Marken, Yount, Jerry Larson, Westland. FRONT ROW: Bisbey, Darald Eliason, Corning, Earn- heart, Donald Eliason, Brown, Huson. SECOND ROW: Foster, Alexander, Larry Eliason, Hagins, Borseth, Butterfield, Espe, Rudy Johnson, Forshier. THIRD ROW: Brisbin, Don Johnson, Erickson, Dan Johnson, Jensen, Leonard, Kinney, Hart, Kanecke- berg. FIRST ROW: Nelson, Schultz, Quall, Nerland, Lorenzen, McKenzie. SECOND ROW: Rothrock, Lindahl, Russell, Stuller, Schmidt, Williams, Pet- erson. THIRD ROW: Wheeler, Dick Olson, Dean Olsen, Rodgers, Taylor, Schroedl, Reed. 1. A busy day in third period study hall! fEh, Jerry'?7 'm!rsa...,zi. W 5'.......i:ggggg,N'f PM V W e ,Q , 3. What's happening now? i' L24 2. Rooty-toot-toot and Rummy- tum-tum! 4. C'mon you kids, let's yell!!! Bciiviiies gm izfq' gf, , xf ,g I g, - w .,,.w, .w fll A "i-ff 'figl xl? ia J- 1"4,-Q 'Rf , ' 4 1 a ., .1 ' x JM ADL, ZZ? , 12:35-MXWVM if 4MZhZwwJw4 MMZ.W J' 'ffl'-' ' ' 'if' Lgfej 2 . , J' 3515. Y t J QV t SN ig' .X 'i M W ' , 'fn , , , X 1. 1 aj -f "i'X gf .. ,, . Rf 1 fa. I , .1 ' ' , ' ' ,EJffE'51-sfikm. , 4 .P e- 4:..4-hi il fem. 1 M - fw , 1 Bugs' Gttuh Girl! Ieago I Q... LEFT TO RIGHT: Vosika, Johnson, Evans, Cabe The Boys' Club has been responsible for the intra- mural sports program during noon hour. They have also held a Kangaroo Court during a meeting in which students were tried on minor charges. The officers were LeRoy Johnson, presidentg Darrell Evans, vice presidentg Keith Cabe, secretaryg and Bob Vosika, sergeant-at-arms. The outstanding activities of the Girls' League pro- gram this year were the Big and Little Sister partiesg the annual Mixerg adance after a gameg attendance at Monroe and Bellingham conferencesg and the Sen- ior Mother's Tea. On Tuesdays the girls decided to wear middies and dark skirts. The adviser this year was Mrs. Hawley. The officers were president, Anita Joergensongvice president, Bonnie Mortenseng secretary, Betty Boursawg treasurer, Arlene Lalle- mandg representative for the seniors, Pat Hillisp juniors, Alene Hiettg sophomores, Gail Johnsong freshmen, Joann Casey. FIRST ROW: Joergenson, Mrs. Hawley, I-lillis. SECOND ROW: Hiett, Casey, Johnson. wsnfs-if Y FIRST ROW: Joergenson, Bergam, Spencer, Price. SECOND ROW: Anderson, Lind, Larson, Breon, Rogers, Snyder, Eliason, Rosenbach, Peterson, Ryan, B. Smith. THIRD ROW: Edstrom, Zude, Ran- kin, Evans, Cabe, P. Smith, Inman, Vosika, Foster, Blacken, Mr. Ludwick. FOURTH ROW: Erickson, Farrell, Pearson, Fry, Broderson, Nelson, Carlson, Ames, Johnson, Taylor. Eeiiermcns' Ciuh The officers of the Lettermen's Club are: president, Jim Price, Vice President, George Spencer, Secretary - Treasurer, Kelvin Joergenson, Sergeant-At-Arms, Blaine Bergam, Adviser, Mr. Ernest Ludwick. As usual the lettermen have been very active. They sold concessions at football games, cleaned the ball park after games, gave skits for pep assemblies,bought corsages for the yell leaders, started a "Fan of the Week" club and gave them corsages, put on exhibitions during noon hour, raffled off an "A" blanket, and bought a new towel dryer. The annual Smoker was held in March and the annual Lettermen's Picnic was held in the spring. JMR. The officers of the Girls' Athletic Club are: Presi- dent, Bernice Haarsager, Vice President, Marjorie Heckland, Secretary, Pat Lindquist, Treasurer, Ann Rogne. Several new members were initiated into the club. Lillie Turkovich, Pat Lindquist, and Ida Mae Cran- more are the girls who won the "ball and Chain." which is the highest award given. Among the activities, the girls gave a successful sock hop after the Edmonds football game, They also sponsored a Valentine Playday, as well as participating in those playdays held in other schools in Snohomish County. FIRST ROW: Lindquist, Haarsager, Turkovich, Pet- erson, Miller, Cranmore, Hiett, Craven. SECOND ROW: Sneve, Engstrom, Larson, Hart, Casner, Liddle, Rogne, Hagins, Mrs. Munizza. THIRD ROW: Bjorn, Drivstuen, Nelson, Johnson, Blacken, Parsons, Dahlgren, Hecklan, Clverkotter. SEATED: Breon, Robertson, Tviet, Miss West, Wilson, Royce, DeVerna, Espe. STANDING: Jenkins, Wells, Hevly, Patou, Engeseth, Lien, Miller. FIRST ROW: Boursaw, Penney, James, Miller, Wood, Espe, Reischl, SECOND ROW: Breon Davison, Peterson, Hammer, Hoidal, Miller, Blacken, Pumphrey, Schroedl. Miss Hergert. THIRD ROW: Garka, Rankin sstniorlfiag "Our Miss Brooks", a delightful comedy,was selected for the annual senior play, it was presented in Decem- ber to appreciative audiences. Directing the cast was Miss June Hergert. LaVeta Penney had the lead as Miss Brooks. The Dramatics Club under the leadership of Miss Gladys West had a very active and successful year. The grade school and high school were presented the delightful comedies, "The Softhearted Ghost" and "Grampa's Christmas Spree". The talented actors also traveled to Lakewood and Oso to give "What's Cookin"' and "Homework", For the PTA talent show they presented "Nobody Sleeps". Dramatics Nyblod, Brose, Edstr om, FIRST ROW: Vance, Halverson, Daily, Erickson, Schroedl, Chapin, Miller, Pumphrey, B. Goerlich, De Grosse, Dickenson. SECOND ROW: Wangsmo, Klien, Ostrom, Widmark, Hammer, Jacobs, Dickerson, K 6 jWood, Larson, Kronfus, Bjorn, M. Wheeler, Nelson. THIRD ROW: Miss Harris, Rogne, Oberkotter, Ramsey, Johnson, Larson, Casner, Gray,Lallemand,Gustavson, Miller, Joergenson, V. Wheeler. FOURTH ROW: Carlson. Thorsen, Brose, Tveit, Kinney, Clapp, Penney, Goerlich, M. Nelson, Russell, Espe, Ed- Strom, N. Nelson. 16 snot' Saving 'Journal iam Eighty-two students comprised our Honor Society this year. The annual initiation was given Novem- berg when the pins were awarded during an assem- bly. A very nice banquet was given for the eleven freshmen who made the Honor Roll the first quarter. The officers for this year were: president, Jack Erickson, vice president, Don Wahl, secretary- treasurer, Arlene Lalleman. Miss Harris is the adviser. Mr. Johnson advised the Eagle Staff this year. To the enjoyment of the students the Eagle appeared regularly every Friday. Co-editors for the first semester were LaVeta Penney and Joanne Hoidal with Beverlye Hoery and Noreen Atkins assisting. Co-editors for the second semester were Beverlye Hoery and Noreen Atkins. FIRST ROW: Penney, Hoidal, Hoery, Atkins, Lindquist, Hensal, Hammer, Turkovich. SECOND ROW: Engstrom, Olson, Rogne, Putnam, Miller, Hargrove, Shields, Hiett, Roth. THIRD ROW: Garka, Nel- son, Jenkins, Rankin, Spiering, Mr. Johnson. GF' 9' ,CQ FIRST ROW: Larson, Erickson, Bergam, Foster, Rosenbach, Farrell. SECOND ROW: Lord, Eliason, Spencer, Johnson, Rankin, Vosika, Nelson, Wright. THIRD ROW: Snyder, Peterson, Edstrom, Westerlund, Fry, Smith, Price, Wangsmo, Ames, Wegener. I6i'75 The Hi-Y looks back at their accomplishmentsg they gave a successful dance, sold programs at the games, sent two representatives to the Youth Leg- islature, held aswimming party, and enjoyed several social meetings with the Tri-Hi-Y. The annual Mother and Son Banquet and Father and Son Banquet were also successful. Mr. Millard Lord is the advisor of the club. Officers are president, Laurin Foster, vice president, Blaine Bergamg secretary, Jack Erickson, treasurer, Lynn Rosenbackg and chaplain, Larry Farrell. ri-16 1-T' Tri -Hi-Y has been very active this year. The officers were, president, Zoe Ann Russell, vice president, Mary Goerlichgsecretary, Violet Ostrom, chaplain, Roberta Widmarkg and sergeant-at-arms, Barbara Davison. The advisor was Miss Harris. The girls sold candy at noon, gave a dance, sent a girl to the Youth Legislature in Olympia, made favors for the hospital, planted trees, and held many social meetings with the Hi-Y. SITTING: Gustavson, Gray, Harris, Russell, Goerlich, Sneve, Davison. STANDING: Joer- genson, Casner, Heckland, Arnot, Lallemand, Yorke, Bjorn, Jacobs, Hoery, Craven, Hiott, Norman, Barnier. ln? 6 . l v is in ...... I IFJEA FIRST ROW: Vance, Sele, Broderson, Trowbridge, Garka Zude Miller Oman, Gentry. SECOND ROW: Westlund, Langdon, Edstrom Merritt Brown, Parsons, Nelson. THIRD ROW: Woods, Bruseth Eckberg Black er. McGrew, Broderson, Anderson, Swanson. The F. F. A. which has sixty-three members, has had a very active year under the supervision of Mr. Lang- don and Mr. Sarkisian. The F. F, A. put on asuccess- ful Barn Dance in conjunction with the F. H. A. The F. F. A. sponsored two local fairs, The Spring Show, and the Arlington Youth Fair in the fall. The high- light of the year was the Parent and Son Banquet held April I2. The sale of popcorn at the games helped finance the organization. President for this year was Jerry Garkag vice president, Don Brodersengtreasurer, Don Wahl, secretary, Art Trowbridgeg sentinal, Lynn Rosenbach. Finishing their float for the 4th of July High scorers in egg-grading contest IRSF ROW: Larson, Nysether, Olsen, Brisbin, Earnhart, Bisbey, Hus- n Brown, Nelson. SECOND ROW: Lorenzson, Poechel, Sheppard enny Hafterson, Brown, Shultz, Patou. THIRD ROW: Avery, Ner and Buchanan, Blacker, Kanekelberg, DeGrosse, Lindahl, Rogers, ensen, Lindquist. Various fairs attended were the Canadian Pacific Exposition at Vancouver B.C., Lynden, Washing- ton, Evergreen State Fair at Monroe, Western Washington Fair at Puyallup, the Carnation Stock Farms, Seattle Poultry Exposition and the Pacific International Livestock Exhibition at Portland, Cke- gon, with our judging teams and exhibitions bring home numerous banners and prizes. Each year del- egates are sent to the State Convention at Pullman, and the National Convention at Kansas City, Mis- souri. Our president, Jerry Garka, was the delegate to the National Convention. E ' RSOFLHW "" 2 4 WZ: 0 ex or-'f1o,,, 0 QAOFXFAK :O k,co'91""'1 QQ! KJQ HL RJU A-JJ ,l-'f g, el f 1 M179 ' 1 rx : V- - .Du vi- e Iv -I ...X 0 59 First place winners in judging contest Selling popcorn at a basketball game GARILTIUN I ,,. FIRST ROW: Engstrom, Chadney, Hillis, Robertson, Miss Lonke, Mortensen, Tviet, Kiddle Parsons, Shipley. SECOND ROW: Udeen, Terhorst, Olsen, Dotson, Johansen, Snyder, Gather ers, Rogne, Engeseth, Megard, Gardner, l-lurn, Kinney, Strotz, Pearson, Wheeler, Kroeze. P' 9 A 4 4- The Junior F. H. A. held their meetings on Wednesdays. They have given a successful barn dance and have sold candy at the games. On special occasions parties are held for the members. The officers are president, Reva l-largroveg vice president, Dorothy Pymphryg secretary, Pauline Mul- ler, treasurer, Myrna Engstrom, reporter, Gladys Chapin. The Future l-lomemakers of America have been busy this year. Together with the F. F. A, , we helda very successful barn dance. Members attended the Regional meeting at Ferndale and the State meeting at Belling- ham. We sold candy at the games also. The Senior Division is composed of seniors, juniors, and sophomores. There are thirty members in attendance, FIRST ROW: Lamrock, Whitman, McGrew, Westover, Wesson, Brown, Hoidal, Westerland, SEC- OND ROW: Fiksdal, Gustavson, Muller, Pumphry, Chapin, Hargrove, Miss Lonke, Engstrom, Ol- SCH. pa 1 7 x . i 1 S Q 1 sis.-L.. FIRST ROW: Miller, Cowles, L. Jensen, Corning, Anderson, Wheeler, Breon. SEC- OND ROW: Vance, De Grosse, Jenkens, Phelos. Pumphrey, Miller. THIRD ROW: Funk, Woods, Blacker, Atkins, Dickenson, Taylor, Carlson. wrestling 011011 Rifle Qlluh The Wrestling Club met activity period on Thursdays. The adviser of thisclub is Mr. Ludwick. The purpose of this club was to learn new holds and the members held several bouts during noon hours. Officers were president, Gerald Thorseng vice president, Jack Blackergsecretary, Allan Vance: matchmaker, Frank Killough. The Rifle Club met after school at the rifle range where they learned positions and the proper handling of a gunl The president was Dale Anderson and the adviser was Mr. Johnson. FIRST ROW: Tviet, Westerlund, Anderson, DeVerna, Wognild, Jones. SECOND ROW: Olson, L. Jenkins, Gibbons. THIRD ROW: Marken, Avery, Engerseth. I Qlhess Qtloh The Chess Club competed during activity period on Mondays and Tuesdays. Many interesting games were played for the enjoyment of the members. A top wish among the members was to gain the top rung on the tournament ladder. The advisor of the club was Mr. Pistorese. S SEATED: Sele, Gossett, Dezotell, Pochell, Dunn. FIRST ROW: Warren, Wheeler, Entsminger, Reed, Thorsen. SECONDROW: Langdon, Engeseth, Trowbridge, Parson, Mock, King, Olsen, Wells, Smith, Rankin. THIRD ROW: Thorsen, Gentry, Bauer, Dickenson, Avery, Carlson, Foster. v """ Qlamc a fdiluh Under the advice of Mrs. Smith the Camera Club members have been busy learning to take pictures. A snapshot contestwas held among the members and they also entered a National Eastman contest. There have been discussions on the devlopment and enlarg- ment of pictures. SEATED: Klien, Dunn, Mrs. Smith, Megard, Carter, Shipley. STANDING: Rogne, Dahlgren, Thorsen, Hughes, Wheeler, King, Smiley, Brown Kinney, Strotz, Parsons, Long, Roth. FIRST ROW: Chadney, Snyder, Miss Cox, Boursaw, Bjorn, Wheeler. SECOND ROW: Reinboldt, Johansen, Rogne, Udeen, Rogers, Gather- Elf. Bed Glrass The Junior Red Cross had been very success- ful this year under the direction of Miss Ruth Cox. Some of their accomplishments wereg making nut cups for the hospital for Hallo- ween, an old clothes drive, filling Junior Red Cross boxes for overseas, giving away an autographed basketball, and sponsoring a junior high basketball game with the proceeds going to the March of Dimes. ers, Smidt, Shields. Doha e The Debate Team is on the topicg Re- solved: T hat the Federal Government should adopt a substantial expansion of the Welfare State. They held practice debates with Edmonds, Mount Vernon, and Sedreo Woolley, these being held at therespective schools. The District Tournament was held at Bell- ingham on February 14, IQSI. Miss Hergert is their adViS01'- FIRST ROW Penney Miss Hergert Lindquist SECOND ROW Rankin Peterson Blacken Boursaw QQ sa Sarpy st M i 'f Q ntl'- Iihrarians We are proud of the efficient work of the librarians under the direction of Miss Gladys West. One of their accomplishments was aweekly poster contest. Their service kept the large supply of books in the library always ready for our use. FlRS'l ROW Larson Hensel, Kroeze Engstrom SECONDROW Wood Dahlgrcn, Tredeman, Blacken Norman Miss West Oberkotter Wilson, Wheeler FIRST ROW Engstrom Miss Cox, Larson SECOND ROW Hughes Johnson, Brose, Atkins, Anderson J nkins Ari Qlluh The Art Club made posters for personaland school use which had a very professional touch. They met on Mondays during the activity period. Miss Cox was their advisor. FILE ONE: Price, Atkins, Hart, Davison, Pettit, Larson, Mock, Nyblod, Wisdom, Wahl, Schrocdl. FILE TOW: Kroeze, Helms, Jacobs, Arnot, Drivstuen, Swimme, Boursaw, Stueller, Dunn, Johnson. FILE THREE: Larson, Peterson, Engstrom, Joergenson, Yorke, Carter, Foster, Hevly, Jensen, Rosenbach. FILE FOUR: Eliason, Lien, Johnson, Grewe, Dahlgren, Liddle, Mortensen, Engsuom, Alexander, Sabo. FILE FIVE: Hinman, Olsen, Johnson, Peterson, Blacken, Hillis Bjorn, McQuesten, Sneve, Breon, Blacken. 1 511 The Band was very active this year under the leader - ship of our new director, Mr. Larsen. The main musical events this year in which the band particapated were the Fall Fashions for Music Concert, the Spring Concert, and the Christmas Concert. In addition to this the band took part in a Music Festival in Everett in May, the annualBand Contest at the University of Washington, and placed third in the marching division at the Evergreen State Fair. The full band played for footballgames and a small Pep Band was organized for the basketball games which also deserves special mention for their faith- ful turn out at all basketball games. They were able, by sponsering a dance and bake sales, to raise enough money to buy attractive uniforms. FIRST: Wahl, Breon, Helms, Bjorn, Carter, Dunn. SECOND: McQuesten, Hart, Brose, Swimme, Dahlgren, Lien, Wisdom. Olsen. THIRD: Price, Mock, Hinman, Schroedl, Pettit. N gif, :W 'R at ri W Fl, ' rugs' uarfzil This group, called "Three Jacks and a King" and composed of three juniors and a senior, also took part in the school con- certs. ln addition, they sang upon request at such function as the American Legion, P,T .A,, and Schoolmaster's Meeting. ' ixzb Uarrrli' This vocal ensemble of two boys and two girls, who called themselves the "Mello- dreamers, " made a striking appearance at all our musical functions. Eriplz 'Erin The nine girls in this triple trio performed at the concerts, and competed in the contest at the University of Washington in the spring. They were selected from the first choir and directed by Mr. Larsen. LEFT TO RIGHT: Larsen, Schroedl. Hutton, Wheeler, Pettit, QS? 2 , .Q gtg L.. LEFT TO RIGHT: Larsen, Hutton, Hammer , Barnier, Blacken. LEFT TO RIGHT: Miller, Barnier, Kroeze, Brose, Hammer, Dotson, Terhorst, James, Wahl. FIRST ROW: J. Miller, Wahl, Hagins, M. Rogne, Amy, Engstrom, Warren, Myrwang, S. Miller, Brose, Wheeler, Kroeze, Tiedeman, Barnicr, Hensel, Breon, Rogers. SECOND ROW Grondyke, Schmidt, Gatherers, Hammer, Vories, A. Rogne, Shipley, Wood, James, Dahlgren Espcdal, Clapp, Cranmore, Dotson, Terhorst, Snyder, Hoidal, THIRD ROW: J, Miller Engeseth, Pettit, Larson, Rogers, Hutton, Snyder, Lind. FOURTH ROW: Anderson, Westerlund Joergenson, Pearson, J. Anderson, Funk, Marken, Wright, Vosika, Wheeler, Hughes. The First Choir also took part in the Music Festival in Everett and the contest at the University of Washington besides participating in the annual II ' concerts at school, they also journeyed to Everett to hear the Concordia College Choir. The Second Choir was busy through the year singing at the school concerts and preparing themselves for entry in the First Choir. FIRST ROW: Enstrom. Amy, Conklin, VerHeul, Chapin, Shipley, Warren, Myrwang, Gatherers, S Miller, Brose, Wood, Wheeler, Kroeze, Tiedeman, Admundsen, Gruwell, Barnier, Westover, Brown, Breon, Rogers. SECOND ROW: Chadney, Hagins, N. Rogne, Grondyke, Voreis, A. Rogne, J. Larson, Hammer, Schmidt, J. Larson, Howe, James, Dahlgren, Espedal, Clapp, Hartl, Thorsen, Drivstucn, Pearson, Wesson, Liddle, Olsen. THIRD ROW: Kinney, Westlund, Knutson, J. Miller, Wahl, Avery, Rogers, Miller, Engeseth, Larson, Snyder, Hutton, Lind, Cranmore, Dotson, Terhorst, Ochompaugh, Snyder, Hoidal, Gardner, C. Larson, Hensel. FOURTH ROW: Wognild, Schroedl, Pettit, Anderson, Westerlund, Joergenson, J. Anderson, funk, Marken, Wright, Vosika, Schmidt, Wheeler, Hughes. in 9QK 3Q5t3Qi- FIRST ROW: Peterson, Breon, ilvlyrwang, Turkovich, Johnson. SECOND ROW: Tate, Smith, Blacken, Miller, Hart. THIRD ROW: Dickenson, Santeford, Nelson, Liddle, Swimme, Engstrom, mumbling Qiluh 41 The Tumbling Club performed during the halves of the basketball games, and gave asuccessful dance, besides selling concessions at the games. The officers of the club are president, Marilyn Nelson, vice president, Gail Johnson, Secretary-treasurer, Marilyn Hart, business manager, Audrey Peterson. FIRST ROW: Nyblod, Mortensen, Jacobs Turkovich, Bjorn, Hillis, Hoery, Lindquist. SECOND ROW: Dahlgren, Russell, Drivstuen, Munizza. THIRD ROW: Shields, Gatherers, Snyder, Craven, Hammer, Norman, Lallemand, Gray. FILE ONE: Helms, Ostrom, Myrwang, Barnier, Casner, Oberkotter, Hecklund, Joergenson, Goerlich, Penney, Tiedeman, Wisdom, Cranmore, Olsen, Espe, Gustavson, Schmidt, Shields. The Pep Club had avery active year under the lead- 0 ership of president Joann Gray, Vice-president La- ? Veta Penney, secretary Shirley Hammer, treasurer Mary Goerlich, and drill leader Zoe Ann Russell. The advisor is Mrs. Munizza. The drill team, composed of thirty-eight girls drilled for several home games and attended a conference held in Snohomish. Other successful activities were the carnival and dance in December, football and basketball banquets, and the Bunny Hop Tolo in March. With excess funds a dryer was bought for girls. A We owe much to our Yell Leaders who have boosted 1 the school spirit. Their infectious enthusuasm has extended to the townspeople whose turn out to the games has certainly been gratifying. Thanks Girlsl The Song Leaders may be heartily commended for su their efforts this year in their attempt to introduce song leaders to the A,H,S, student body. The students have appreciated having organized singing and wish to say THANKS. added a great deal of color and pleasure to our foot- jn E 7 t We extend a vote of thanks to the Majorettes who I ball and basketball games this season. 42 FAAAQ . .lx wwwr f Wasp 4 . 'I , 4 . ., X - M , xe kt. hx , . i.k i 4 ck, , X 91 ' if M . Q , wx xx ,K hx v 3 Q it Q5 X' I 3' N ' W . eb-Qi , 'if W A x x x .f O-. a K 1 f! n I Y FIRST ROW: Dunn, Dutcher, Hutton, Edstrom, Rankin, Blacken, Price, Farrell, Cabe, Dezotell, Goerlich. SECOND ROW: Mr. Munizza, Blacker, Miller, Evans, Smith, Foster, Vosika, Joergenson, L. Johnson, Anderson, Rosenback, Inman, Mr. PiSIOI6SC. THIRD ROW: Peterson, Rogers, Eliason, Warren, Lindquist, Vance, Dickenson, Funk, Spencer, Wangsmo, Mock, R. Johnson, Borscth, Rogers, Wognild, Snyder. ootlsaii This year's football team was a very young team not only in experience but also in age, as is shown by fact that there were only six seniors on the entire football squad. These boys, however, showed much improvement as the season progressed and had it not been for agreat number of injuries, the close games we lost might have turned into victories. The players receiving awards for their play during the season weregLeroy Johnson, Captain and Inspiration Awardg Keith Cabe, Best Blockerg Darrell Evans, Best Tackle, Bob Vosika achieved the high honor of being chosen Arlington I4 vs. Twin City I8 " I4 " Port Townsend 21 " I4 " Anacortes I4 I4 Marysville 6 27 Mount Vernon 27 18 Burlington 32 6 Edmonds IQ 2 Sedro Woolley 25 I3 Snohomish 42 to the first team backfield on the A11-Northwest League Team. Keith Cabe was selected as second team end and Gordon Blacken, as CentergClarence Hutton, Endg Laurin Foster, Back, and Max Rankin, Guard, were given Honorable Mention. The outlook for next season is favorable, as we lose only six seniors by graduation and one junior to the service. With these few losses and the return of a number of lettermen that were out most of this season with injuries the prospect for the coming year looks much brighter. Lawrence Munizza FIRST ROW: Cabe, Erickson, Bergam, Johnson, G. Spencer, Hutton. SECOND ROW: Mr. Munizza, Inman, Ioergenson, B. Halverson, Nelson, Evans, Smith, Mr. Ludwick. THIRD ROW: Anderson, Wangsmo, D. Spencer, Wright, Ames, Rosenback. FOURTH ROW: M. Halverson, Phelps, Gibbons, Goerlick, Linquist, Peterson. FIFTH ROW: Gossett, Pearson, Eliason. Basketball Arlington Arlington Bellvue Ferndale Mt. Vernon Ferndale Edmonds Nooksack Bellvue Nooksack Sedro Woolley Marysville Burlington Anacortes Snohomish Mt. Vernon Edmonds Sedro Woolley Marysville Burlington Anacortes Snohomish The season started with four returning lettermen. Co-Captains Blaine Bergam and LeRoy Johnson, regulars from last year and Jack Erickson and George Spencer reservers from last year. With their letter- men were teamed Keith Cabe and Clarence Hutton filling in alternately as regular and reserve. The season's record to date is I2 wins and 6 losses and Arlington rests in fourth place in the Northwest League. If the Eagles maintain this position they will gain entry to the District Tournament. Team spirit and physical condition has been superb this season and the boys have played inspiredbas- ketball on all occasions. One of the seasons high- lights was Arlington's thrilling 49-42 victory over the league leading Burlinton Tigers after the Tigers had beaten them by I9 points in the first round. The team clicks because of Iohnson's ball handling, Bergam's finesse and backboard play, Spencer's drive and ruggedness, Erickson's hustle and shooting, Cabe's and Hutton's dependable performances and the inexhaustible patience and encouragement of Evans, Inman, Halverson, Nelson, and Joergenson. Congratulations to eleven fine fellows and the best of everything to you. Ernest Ludwick Jr. ui N x I EE x ' H x 5 "4 Q .J N. we ll ' ' 1 Bl Q il FIRST ROW: Ouall, Erickson, Sele, Pumphrey, Lindquist, Miller, Phelps, Peterson, Nelson. SEC OND ROW: Rosenbach, Edstrom, Westerlund Warren, Ruff, Dickenson, Wognild, Mr, Ludwick THIRD ROW: Vance, Blacker, Anderson, Evans, Cabe, Nelson, Inman, Blacken. ' frszhall mmis FIRST ROW: Broderson, Phelps, Rankin, Gossett, Gibbons, Cowles, Rogers, Smith. SECOND ROW: Woods, Thorsen, Vosika, Farrell, Foster, Ames, Mr. Munizza. TIIIRD ROW: Zude, Fry,Broderson, Spencer, Bergarn, Joergenson. ITIRST ROW: Rankin, Spencer, johnson, Foster, Pistorese. S Taylor. G ECOND ROW: Erickson, Gossett, Lind, if -J 1 '-r:I f? Filfili A Ky. fl X- f fvw ff, I 9 ' 'Y , fx' ' . T 1 X 561001 ife 4 N F.. fl 4, 1 J - A Q , HQ, gg af.-,.,2, Kuff-,,,g,,,Ju,L, ' f ':W'f"M-'ffff Al A v1-fb-Y. H '. . Q J,-Q, 4 gg , Jfff7Q, ' 7' ,. , Q, sg 4.42, 6-Af.. ,', - " g, ,aA4,f- ,,.e.0 .A.,,.,,L.! 7404! J 9' ffm'-M-Q I 1 Z. - A . , I fZQ.g,C43Zf,r.,:.,4,- .AC-1-76 A ' 1 , L-A4315 I f ' 9 f sf . ' 'L '7 6'-2 if 0- F limi' J 11 Illemcrium Mr. David M. Hartz died on May II, IQSO. He had served the Ar- lington Schools for twenty years. He came to Arlington as Principal of the High School in 1929 and was elected to the position of Super- intendent for the following year. During those years he became one of the leading educators of the state. He was honored by being el- ected as president of the Washington Education Association for the 1945 school year. 49 uri uflfove SENIOR BALL KING Laurin Foster SENIOR BALL QUEEN Mary Goerlich PEP CLUB CARNIVAL QUEEN Betty Mock I'-4: V 1' 2.x Qlouri uf haunt' GIRLSISTATE - 1951 Alene Hiett X au. 43 D. A. R. REPRESENTATIVE Betty Espe 1951 .. u S BOYS STATE 1950 Bob Schroedl Bergam jumping for Arlington in the game with Scdro Wolley, 1 f "I Crown thee Queen Mary Kenny L, and Lloyd R. in a fast game of Foster gaining yardage for the Eagles ping -pong --, X " E, - 5 Q ' 5 x . 'NJ t. 'UQ ,s L " Q 1 R' Y, -. , al. The stairway between classes "Our Miss Brooks' August 30 - School began. September 8 - 15- 20- 22 25 29- October 7 13 16 20 21 27- November 1 .. 3 - 7 10 17 23-24 29 Decembe 1 2 4 5 8 9 12 15 16 20 22 26 29 22 January 2 2 5 9 12 I' Q -. Q,-School Glalendar Inter-squad game followed by a Benefit Dance for the Spencer family. First football game at Twin City -- we lost 18-14. Big Sisters honored the Little Sisters at a party. PortTownsend beat us here 21-14. Some Seniors and juniors went to Camp Silverton for a week. Tied Anacortes here 14-14 follow- ed by a Junior-Senior Dance. We upset Marysville there 14-6. Teachers Institute -- no school. National Assembly --- The Bech- tolds showed theirskill in archery. Burlington defeated us there 32-18. Frosh honored the Sophs at a dance. Edmonds outswam us 19-6 follow- ed by a G. A. A. Dance. Concert "Fall Fashions in Music." Sedro Woolley beat the Eagles 25- 2 - Held "I Speak For Democra- cy" contest - Honor Society Initiation. National Assembly. Snohomish beat Arlington 42-13 followed by Hi-Y Dance. Senior Ball "Hawaiian Paradise." Thanks iving Vacation. Footbal1 Banquet. Spelling Bee won by Mary Yorke. We beat Bellevue there 43-39. National Assembly -- The Marim- bas. Honor Society Banquet honoring eleven Freshmen. Senior Play "Our Miss Brooks." Pep Club Carnival. We beat Femdale here 34-28. Eagles beat Mt. Vemon 35-34. Arlington beat Ferndale there 34- 31. Christmas Concert. Play by Dramatic Club "Grandpa's Christmas Spree" - We lost to Edmonds there 40-39. Eagles beat Nooksack Valley here 47-35. Bellevue heat the Eagles 43-42. Christmas Vacation begins. Christmas Vacation ends. Eagles beat Nooksaok Valley there 49-42. Arlington beat Sedro here 48-28 followed by Lettermen's Dance. We beat Marysville here 50-33. We lost to Burlington there 54-35. 15- 19- 20- 27- February 9- 10 16 20 21 March 3 5-9 5 7 8-10 15-17 16 21 April 4 6 11 12 13 17 19 20 26 27- May 4 10 11-12 17 25 27 31 National Assembly --- Mississipp- ians. Eagles lost to Anacortes here 32- 31. Snohomish beat the Eagles there 40-38. We beat Mt. Vemon here 41-40. National Assembly --- Albert Wil- cox. Marysville there, we won 49-45. Girls' Basketball Playday here. Burlington here, we Girls' League Dance. Anacortes there, we Snohomish here, we Movie "Elephant Boy." won 49-42. lost 26-39. won 43-34. Music Contest -- Choir and en- sembles. Vacation because of snow. Arlington played Anacortes at District Tomnament, losing by 44- 42. Eagles played Snohomish at Dis- trict, lost by 44-42. Debaters traveled to College of Pu et Sound for district meet. Degaters journey to Washington State College for state meet. Bunny Hop Tolo sponsored by Pep Club. Basketball Banquet. School Smoker sponsored by the Lettermen's Club. Girls' League Mixer -- juniors honor Seniors with dance. F. F. A. Ban uet. First basebalti game here with Marysville. Spring Concert followed by F. H. A. Dance. Career Day, Juniors joumey to Bellingham. Baseball game at Snohomish. Junior Prom. Eagles play Edmonds in baseball here. Senior Mothers' Tea -- All-School Play. Operetta "Meet Arizona" by Mus- ic Department. Eagles play baseball against Snohomish here. Music Festival in Everett. Eagles journey to Edmonds for baseball game. Seniors have Class Night. Baccalaureate. Commencement -- Class of '51 receive diplomas. , V' J E 1 X 8 f ,,.:. ww -rn Wi'P?fiMB'? .:?,: M g +L tg: 'NVQ ,J 1 9.l Arlene L. and Marie G. Miss Satre riding lllglll The gang at the lake Keith C. in the good ol' days Carl E. looking around Marie G., how sourl Bev. B., Shirley H., and La- Veta P, Betty B, holding onto Gordy Janice H. Mary Ann B, and Darlene C, Bathing beauty Marilyn C. Darlene O. and Lillie T, LaVeta P. and Bob V. John L, and Doris D, Donna B. and friends Dixie C. looking cute Joanne H. behind the feet! The Lakewood gang Doris D, , Joy B., and Mary Y. Janis W. Wow! Ierry S. and Barbara C. Lillie T,, Anneliese, Beverly L. , Helen Van Ness Marlene C. and Esther H, Don P. and Mr. Larsen Zoe Ann R. and Joann G, Betty S. in the sun Tommy E, fishing? if lil Aeltnuwledgzmeflii To Miss Satre, adviser, Arlene Lallemand, assistant editor, and the annual staff, I ex- tend my many thanks and appreciation for a job well done. 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