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

 - Class of 1953

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'Z--f "7 ' U . I . ' 7 I I . . . X .Q X xy, K' A - , l'H""' 47,64 lfaf Ji I 'x ,W I ,f 1. Dedication JUNE HERGERT We ded1cate the 1953 ed1t1on of The St1llaguarr11sh Tra1l to you M1ss June Hergert Durmg the few years you have been w1th us you have shown a Vl1111HgHeSS to work w1th and for the students You w1l1 always hold a the annual staff and the class of '53 salute you M1ss Hergert 2 K , r . . . , . special place in our hearts. We of 4. , . f, I 'H I x l . IJ 15' fs If IIT f 7? ff' 71 ffm! if WM QM A5 f f fl Lf ff ff ffl ZQ5 5021 51 Ld. at X, 1?- .. 1, f W - 'I 21,1 1 Lf' ,011 -L 'Ln AMIZ, f'.x , X I A , I ,I,. -fmx V43 y C1 'f I' "1 K: A f lx f I 1 MW 1 ' ' 5 . V, -, , ' U, .411-4 uw ,V ym ,f 4 lm 74? 1 UQ, 6 Q 1, I fbi! QAM! 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Gu ,- Word, Facult I ROBERT CRUMBAUGH Journalxsm hIlg1lSh Newswrrung pn., ffwryva GEO IA HARRIS Mathematlcs ISABEL HAWLEY Typmg Shorthand Counselor JUNE HERGERT Englxsh Publlc Speaking IOANN INGRUM Cookmg Art Af JOHN JENFT Bookkeepmg TYPU18 General Bus1ness Retarl Sellmg KENNETH KANIKEB ERG ysxcs Chemxsuy DIIVIHQ ED KORSBOEN B1010gy Economlc Geography Arhleucs FLOYD LANGDON ASIICUIIUIC Veteran Program ROY LARSEN Band Chorus V Z R 1 ,-O 5, . , ff ' 6... Q s V, 1 . O 4 -x -" ' Il . f ' f Ph . r A . . . iii' H K- V I A 5 . 4 T 75? QQ! If-Z, X fx Q3- 1 Facult LILLIAN LONKE Sewing MILLARD LORD Shop Mechanical Drawing ERNEST LU DWICK Athletics LAWRENCE MUNIZZA Physical Education Athle ucs RUBY NORMAN Physlcal Education RALPH PISTORESE Guidance KEITH SARK ISTIAN Agriculture Veteran Program A LIC E SA TRE Sociology A ZANONIA SMITH Foreign Language Washington History World History GLADYS WEST Lrbrarran IN .1 ii K I A I 1 3 R -... 1 E --I Hn " .2 A - Z clfu , , xx V . R Y 1 I --.-Q' LL- L, -- Q? V 5 . K . ? V F. " Q ,,T., ' 4 , - , ' H -'X American History English ' ' 2 ' J N: U . I 'ix 1 ,X ' P , 4 7 5 ,T .xx 1 .. b 5 tix 'I V ' . V A SL . Q Y. - - P "f . . . . u ' -' V :PN . . iff, - I -YA, - - . . 5 .wi 1' -9 I I, , E.- t -1 f . . . . I A . 5 ,,, MARILYN NELSON 1 vo' IOLA BJORN 4f"9 Typists 1 ' 1 K .f"K. I 4 GAYLE JOHNSON 'f 1 L BARBARA ARNOT Czb' Editor Art Editor '90 PAT CYRA DICK DUNN Assrsranr Edrror Photographer Q 'lu nnual Staff BILL GOERLICH Sports Edrtor UO 90 fxs. I-IRST ROW Delarne Sele Marllyn Nelson Barbara Amor Gayle Johnson Miss batre SECOND ROW Dlck Dunn Iola Byorn Pat Cyra B111 Goerlxch 6 .. ,fx 5 L if -L 0 :F - Ak 'f' f t ' - - ' not - . . 9 "f 3 4 ,L 4 f '14 4 'I ' - ' x 3 'Q , ,- X- - X .:i:' .' - -c':?"' 'l : - - -. 'Y ff w7",1NS N 1 X Z - N x lg... M 4- :f last ' "' .. ' 'Q' 3 : 2 s ' 1 7. - Q 1 A - X-1 -s Ps ,NA x ','N4'1,N LENIT lv fy' xx ,JIU , '54 0 f ffl ,.f4Ja'A4,1Y Us A I J- lv ITA!! fm Student Councll FIRST ROW Pearson Drckerson Butterfreld Hammerly Cyra Klem Nelson Carter Drrvstuen Rogne Johnson SECOND ROW Mr Danub1o Halverson Vance Goer11ch Peterson Wangsmo Snyder Dun n1ng Schuh THIRD ROW Pumphrey Schroedl Larson Bergam Foster rdent Grrls League presldent yell leaders and song leaders Problems are dlscussed at regular meet rngs Mr Danub1o IS the advlsor FIG A LLAN VANCE Presldent 'V an KENNIE WANGSMO NORITA TVIET IEANETTE KLEIN MARVIN HALVERSON V1ce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Busrness Manager 7 o The StudentCounci1 consists of class presidents, A. S. B. officers, class representatives, Boys' Club pres- . , , . . - l .Z- Q' ,sg .I X I , ai t .- M is ,K . if ' he A Seniors Q1 'rslx JEE RY QINYDER pl'CS1dCl'1I GENL COWLLb V Presxdem Accompllshments Z0 members m Honor SOC16ty 18 members m Lettermen Club 12 football lettermen 6 basketball lettermen Z0 members m Pep Club 17 members IU G A A 4 members 111 Tumbhng Successful Sen1or Ball 'Blue Moon Presented Senlor .Turuor Party Gave Senlor Play "Love R1des the Ra1ls or "W ll the Ma1l Tram Run Torught Partlcxpated m All School Play S MR MUNIZZ -X VIO LET BLAC KEN Sec Treas Advlser JACK ANDERSON Yell Leader 5 1 , fu- 4-- 9 . AH, .o- 'U f 'Y' 6 '- A f K 1171 if X Q x Y 11 Q xx no lx, P X Y 'N' P L . pi K U' JL, . ' I H ' ' I1 . . . H 8 Semor Hlstor 1950 We entered our freshman year w1th Mlss Porter as adv1sor Under the able leadersh1p of Ron Pumphrey pres1dent Don Peterson v1ce pres1dent BobbyG1bbons secretary ChuckMcQuest1on treasurer and Clar1ce Larson yell leader we hada very successful year We gave a successful Frosh party Twenty one of us were 1nv1ted to the Honor Soc1ety Banquet Our other accompllshments were two drummers 1n Pep Club ltenn1s letterman 1 baseball letterman and f1rst place ln the G1rls' League Mxxer We also part1c1pated 1n the All School Play 1951 Cl1mb1ng the ladder to our sophomore year we chose as our Offl cers Don Peterson presldent Kenny Wangsmo v1ce presldent Mary Ann Robertson secretary Mar1lyn Hart treasurer and Punk Smlth yell leader Mrs Mun1zza was our adv1sor There were now 32 members IH Honor Soclety l add1t1onal baseball letterman 2 football lettermen and3 tracklettermen There were4 members 1n Lettermen s Club ll members 1n G A A andnlne 1n Pep Band We gave a successful soph frosh party 1952 Our Junlor year saw us under the leadersh1p of B111 Goerl1ch pres surer and Don Peterson yell leader For the second year we won f1rst place ln the G1rls' League M1xer We had 23 1n Honor Socxety 18 1n G A A 18 1n Pep Club 18 members were 1n Lettermen s Club wh1ch 1ncluded 3 track lettermen l tenn1s letterman 3 base ball lettermen Z basketball lettermen and ll football lettermen We presented a successful Jumor semor party and a beautmful Jun 1or prom Blossom T1me We also part1c1pated1n the All School Play 1953 In our sen1or year we were headedby Jerry Snyder pres1dent Gene Cowles v1ce presxdent V1olet Blacken secretary treasurer and Jack Anderson yell leader Mr Munlzza was our adv1sor There were Z0 1n Honor Socxety 18 1n G A A Z0 1n Pep Club and 18 1n Letterman's Club There were 5 basketball lettermen 12 football lettermen 2 tenn1s lettermen 4 track lettermen and 6 baseball lettermen We gave our sen1or Jun1or dance and a beaut1ful 'Blue Moon 11ghted our Sen1or Ball We presented the melodrama' Love R1d6S the Ra1ls' or W1ll the Mall Tram Run Ton1ght' as our sen 1or play 9 I O . , . g , , 1 v 1 2 5 ! ! o ll ll - ' ' I 3 - I I . . 1 .- : r 1 2 ' 3 , 2 1 S 7 a a 1 G Q . . , . . , , . . , . . . , . . ., . . . . . . , -D identg Allan Vance, vice-presidentg Joyce Brose, secretary-trea- S , - ' I . . . , . . ., , 9 1 1 ' 1 1 s ' . ,, . ,, . . . - , . . , . 3 1 ' 1 J ' S , . . . a - ' -s Q I ! 7 l Y ! . -. . . , ll ' ' . I . . , ,, . . . . , - 3 JACK ANDERSON: 'As good as they come. Lettermen sClub 1 2 3 4- Hon- or Society 1- F F,A 1 2 3gChoir 1 2 3 4- Class Yell Leader 4- Football 2 3 4- Baseball 1 2 3 BARBARA ARNOT She swork mg toward the top ofthe lad er Bandl 2 3 4 PepClub 3 4 Trl H1 Y234 Sec 3 AA 234 Annual234 Ed ltor 4 Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Tennls Team 3 4 MARY ELLEN AYARS Often seen but seldom heard IOLA BIORN A 11VC wue nev er gets stepped on Band 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 r1 H1 Y2 3 4 Sgt ofArms3 Pres 4 PepBand 23 GAA 4 Annual 4 Tennts Team 2 3 4 StudentCounc1l1 2 Gtrls League Repr 1 L1brary 3 4 F H A 1 Senror Play 4 Debate 3 4 Honor Socrety 2 3 4 VIOLET BLACKEN A person alxty l1ke hers rs welcome anywhere G A A 234 Tr 3 Tumblxng Club 12 3 Sec Tr 3 Honor Soc1ety2 3 4 Class Sec Tr 4 Camera Club 3 BOB BLACKER When study walks H1 I walk out if A 4 1-we , n,X.-' WG in L S' 0-1 N-I 5,1 1-at Q-r x l 10 'RL CARSTEN BRODERSON: happy farmer am I.' F A, 1 2 3 4- Lettermen's Club 2 3 4- Track 1 2 3 4. JOYCE BROSE Sweet as a song Chorr 1 2 3 4 Pep Club Class Sec 3 Allbchool Play 1 2 SCHIOI Play 4 Operetta 2 Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Art Club 2 Eagle Staff 4 FINISE BROWN Any fool can study I m no fool F F A 1 2 3 4 Sent1na14 Dra matrcs Club 23 All School Play 3 Senlor Play 4 Chess MADELINE BROWN SIICHCE IS golden I m gettlng r1ch F F A 1 Chess Club 2 Ca mera Club 2 3 Journalrsm 4 Chou 3 Eagle Staff4 G1rls Shop 2 IOY BUTTERFIELD A party I ll be rrght over GAA 234 Pep Club 34 Honor Soclety 2 3 Guls League Repr 4 Eagle Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 3 Lrbrary 4 F H Choral Read1ng 2 BARBARA CARTER A good d1SpOS1l10HlS more valuable than gold Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Grrls League Treas 3 Pres 4 Chou 3 Band 1 2 3 F H A 1 V1ce Pres 1 PepBand 2 StudentCounc1l 3 4 Debate 4 Dramatxcs Club 3 Camera Club 2 GENE COWLES All the world loves a lover Entered from Edmonds 1n 50 Lettermen sClub2 3 4 Pres 4 Boys ClubV Pres 3 ClassV Pres 4 Football 3 4 Track 2 Baseball 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Sen1or Play 4 Chess Club 2 Rrfle Club 2 DORIS DAVIS Pass on lads I m engaged Pe Club 34 GAA 234 Eagle Staff 4 Edrtor 4 Honor Soctety 2 3 4 All School Play 3 Sen1or Play4 F H A 1 Jr Red Cross 3 Choral Readrng 2 JACK DE GROSSE L1fe 15 what you make rt F F A 1 2 3 Honor Soclety 2 Football 3 4 Lettermen Club 2 3 4 R1fleClub2 ChessClub Scrence Club 2 JOHN DICKENSON Sees all hears all knows all but says nothmg Football 2 3 4 Lettermen Club 3 4 Baseball2 3 4 Honor Soc lety 2 3 Wrestl1ngClub2 Sc1 ence Club 2 Chess Club 2 MARILYN DICKERSON wmntng smlle a wmnmg way but never very much to sa A A S B Son Leader 3 A S B Yell Leader 4 Honor Soctety 2 Eagle Staff 4 Tumbltng 2 3 Chotr 4 POLLY DRIVSTUEN Witty to talk wtth pretty to walk w1th A S B Yell Leader 4 Band 1 24 Ch01.l'23 Tri H1 Y23 4 PepC1ub 34 GAA 23 4 Sen1or Play QIIQ S-., S, L f DICK DUNN Mrschtevous deeds what are they? Entered from Mlss 1n 50 Foot ball 2 Chou 2 Band 2 3 An nual Staff 3 4 Operetta 2 Chess Club 2 Camera Club 2 Photography2 3 4 Sen1or Play XVICSUIHQ Club Pres 4 JOHANNEENGSTROM Idont ask questrons I just have un A 2 34 Treas 4 H Y 234 Band 124 Pep Club 3 Art Club Pres 1 BILL GOERLICH lm a man of the world just ask me Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Lettermen s Club 3 4 Honor Soclety 2 3 4 dent Counctl 3 4 Annual 3 4 Sen1or Play MARILYN HART There IS a devrl dancmg rn her eyes A 2 3 4 B n S B Song Leader 3 A S B Yell Leader 4 Pep Club 3 4 Tum blrng 1 2 3 Sen1or Play Class Treas 2 Debate 4 Llbrartan 4 Chess Club 2 Annual Staff 1 Pep Band 2 IIM HAFTERSON For he s a Jolly good fellow Wrestltng Club 4 All School Play 3 Chess Club 2 3 F F A 1 2 3 4 Sen1or Play MARVIN HALVERSON I am not one who belteves U1 love at fust srght but I belleve 1n takmg a second look A S B Bus1nessManager4 Bas ketballl 2 H1 Y4 Honor Soc rety 2 3 4 Student Councrl 4 Boys Club Sec 4 sf' ' ,. ' ' 'W ' ' ' i Q h- . . .I D l ' ." ' . 'Q' 25 Q ' s ' .Is ' . I 1 x I . . 1 .. ' I x :- D I: : 'O 0 so 1 n Q ' f -H 1 ' .,: ' G.A....: .:Tri- a ' : . . . I: - i' . , : . , : ' : ' 'V ..: 'I 45 Wrestling' and Boxing Club V.Pres: Class Pres. 3g 'St'u: I . H I . . ' , , 4 2 . G,A, . , , , nd 2,3,4, A. H 'Z , 4 , J , . . . . . . . U' 5 U L I . 3 ' . . : "A y.:' is ' 7 l : " ' G.A. . 2,3,4g . . . S : . -N an . . . : 4 2 t . Q . Q K I. I l v s 0 4 X 1 x ' I ll ROGER JENNY A good dtspo s1t1on rs more valuable than good A 1 2 3 C ess Club 2 3 GAYLE JOHNSON A combrn atron of sense and nonsense A S B Song Leader 3 A S B Yell Leader 4 Annual Staff 2 4 Band 3 4 Honor Soclety 2 3 4 Tumb11ngClub 1 2 3 Pres 3 Pep Club 34 Grrls League Rep: 2 Senror Play JAMES KING Don t Judge a man by the notse he makes A S B Yell Leader 3 Student Council 3 Chess Club 2 3 Camera Club 2 Rrfle Club 2 Eagle Staff 4 Commercral Club 3 LILA KINNEY Not bashful just quret Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Chou 2 3 4 Eagle Staff 4 F H A 1 2 Sec 1 Chess Club 3 Girls Shop 2 JEANETTE KLEIN Farthful forever Student Council 4 A S B Tr 4 Honor Society 2 34 Chou 3 Eagle Staff 4 Camera Club 2 3 Chess Club 3 Golf Club 2 JANICE LARSON As good as they come Pep Club 3 4 G AA 34 Trt H1 Y34 Chou 1 2 3 4 Lxbrary 3 4 L.. X. 3C 45 in QQ' GJ 'Q it T X aww- Q", 'Wig Luv ITE 12 JOHN LARSON It lsnt he brg thtngs 1n the world that count rt s the ltttle thrngs lrke my car Letterrnen s Club 234 H1 Y23 Cho1r123 Band 1 2 3 DONITA LIDDLE Good thrngs come rn small packages lrke me' G 2 3 4 Pres Band 1 2 3 4 Chorr 1 2 Tum blrng Club 1234 FHA 1 4 Homecomrng Queen 4 Choral Reading 2 Commer c1al Club 2 3 DICK LINDQUIST A shlnrng ,star rn our freld of athletrcs Baseball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Lettermen s Clu 234 H1 Y234 Sgt of Arms4 Boys Club Sec 3 Boxrng and Wrestllng 2 3 4 Student Councrl 3 Rlfle Club LU ANN MEGARD Some thrnk the world rs made for fun and frolic and so do I Entered from Burlmgton 50 F H A 2 3 Camera Club 2 Choral Readmg 2 Llbrary 4 A S B Song Leader 4 Chou 3 4 CHARLES MCQUESTION L1fe IS made of work and play I do a lxttle of each Class Treas 1 Track 2 3 Pep Band 2 3 Honor Soclety 2 3 4 Pres 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Vrce Pres 4 JIM MOCK You can t go wrong lf you always do nght Football 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Drum Ma Jor 4 Lettermen s Club 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Senior Play Chess Club 2 3 Wres tling Club 4 MARILYN NELSON l ll e merry and free I ll be sad for nobody Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Pres 4 Guls League Vlce Pres 3 4 G A A 2 3 4 V1ce Pres 3 Annual Staff 4 Student Counc1l 4 Tennls Team 2 3 4 Junlor Prom Co Charrman Tumblrng Club 1 2 3 4 MARVIN OLSON Tall dark and handsome Agrlculture 1 SCICHCC Club 1 2 H1 Y 4 Bas ketball 4 Rrfle Club 2 SANDRA PARSONS She s as or Socrety 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 GAA 234 Jr RedCross CLARICE PEARSON Igot gobs of love for the Navy Honor SOCICIYQ 3 PepClub3 4 Vrce s 4 G A A 2 3 4 V Pres 4 Student Counc1l 4 A S B Yell Leader 4 Tennls Team 234 Trl H1 Y234 orus 1 2 3 4 F H A Commerclal Club 1 2 Eagle Staff 4 DON PETERSON Oh these Scandrnavran Maidens as ketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball2 3 4 Lettermen s Club 2 3 4 Class Pr s 2 Vrce Pres 1 ell Leader 3 Boys Club Pres 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 V1ce Pres 3 Stu dent Counc1l 4 PETER POESHEL Laugh and the world laughs with you FA 1234 Rifle Club 2 Chess Club Wrestlmg Club WL' 2.211 YR, L1 Sa' 'F 1 fi 41 NM Q' 1- '-' 24. Y"T QFD X51 T5 Y -' - l3 RON PUMPHREY Why aren t they all content lrke me? Class Pres 1 Student Counc1l 14 Track 1234 Le er men sClub2 3 4 Honor Socre ty 2 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Boxrng and Wrestlxng Club 1 2 3 4 MARY ANN ROBERTSON Pretty as a PICIUIB Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Sec 3 Trl H1 Y 234 V1ce Pres 4 Pep C1ub34 Sec 4 Senror Play Class Sec 2 Band 14 Chou 3 Homecom1ngPr1ncess4 F 1 2 3 Sec NANCY ROGNE Lrttle mls ch1ef maker F H A 2 Cam era Club 2 Choral Readmg 2 A S B Song Leader 4 Student Counc1l 4 Llbrary 4 MARCHETTA ROSENBACH Sweet and Lovely Pep Club Band 1 2 3 4 G A A 3 4 Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Sec Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Arms 4 G1.rls League Sec 4 MYRNA ROYCE Love s got me down Chess Club 3 F H A 1 2 4 All School Play 2 Honor Soclety 2 3 Dramatics 1 2 Choral Reading 2 GARY RUFF All the women love me just ask me Chou 1 Baseba112 Football3 Chess Club 2 '.: .la ' ' ' is Rr., : 'H ' . .' 1:n n - . 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A --' ' DURWOOD SELE Anear for a Joke and aneye for beauty Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Lettermen s Club 3 4 H1 YTreas 4 FFA 124 en tor Play JEWEL SIMPSON A qulet worker always on the Job Eagle Staff 4 Typlng Club 3 Iun1or Red Cross 3 Art Club 3 F H A 1 2 3 Sew1ngClub 2 3 DAVID SPENCER He has a deep mlnd tn fact most of tt 15 tn hrs feet 2 3 4 Lettermen's Club 3 4 JUNE STROTZ Wheres the party ton1te2 FHA 234 Sec 3 PepClub 34 GAA 34 Band 1234 Jr Red Cross 3 Camera Club 2 G1rls League Treas 4 L1 bratlan 3 4 JERRY SNYDER He may have a shy smile but Cho1r1 234 H1 Y2 34 Sen tor Class Pres 4 Student Coun c1l4 Football Manager2 Ten nts Team3 4 Lettermens Club 2 3 4 Boxmg and Wrestlmg Club 1 2 3 4 Sen1or Play BONNIE SWIMME Is she gtg gltng agaln or st1ll'7 Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 2 Pep C1ub34 Cho1r34 GAA 4 Tumbl1ngClub l 2 3 4 Debate 971:14 in 15 'Ut QPX Y-v gas i 'ic 15 QYQ iw, 1' S NANCY TATE Cars may come and cars may go but she rattles on forever GAA 234 Pep Club 34 Tennxs Team 34 Tumbl1ng Club 1 234 Eagle Staff 4 Debate 4 Sentor Play NORITA TVEIT l could teach the world how to smtle Honor Soctety 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Dr1ll Leader 4 Trl H1 Y 3 4 Gtrls League Sec 3 A S B Sec 4 Eagle Staff 4 All School Play 1 Drama Club 1 2 FHA 123 Senlor ay ALLAN VANCE A man an h1s dreams B Pres 4 A 1 2 as 3 Pres 4 H1 Y Lettermen s Club 3 4 Baseball 1 Basketball 1 Football 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l 3 4 Jr man Sentor Ball Co Chatrman KENNETH WANGSMO Why can t there be more than one Saturday mght tn a week A S B V Pres 4 ClassV Pres 3 H1 Y234 Sec 4 Honor Soctety 2 Student Council 1 2 4 Lettermen s Club 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 MELVINWHEELER Wme wo men and song Entered from Kodtak Alaska 52 Wrestl1ngClub4 Sentor Play VERNON WHEELER Ive got tdeas of my own Chou 1 2 3 4 Operetta 2 Chess Club 2 3 Camera Club 2 3 Stage Crew 4 Projectlon 4 Honor Soctety 2 I , - in 5' . 'I' - , : I I l'l I' S l'l T . I 0 .n 9 1 1 I : .1 I I .:...,,gS- Q I ' X 2 " ' ' 0- I w , : H' ' , 's' " '- ...,.: I ,I :...,'.: 'P1.' XC, cz - : ur d ,H A qs. A.s. . . 5 F.F. ,3,4g - Tre . g . g - 3,4g I " 9' 1 kb ' . : ' Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1, C'la'ss Pres.. Jr. Prom Co-Chairl 1 v 1 1 ' " 4 I I ' . :un ' I 6 V I I .H . . . ' ' Q . I : -3 V 9 t :u If- . ' . -2 n . Q - . , Q . . . , 1 . , . : ' 5 ' : . ' . - fX . . - , rl 112 " . ij, ' D l u- . . . nl - K 1 V t N -V ' 1 1 u nv . I I 1 - - ' : H ' - . : . - , 0 ... . t " . , n - - 5- . u 1 ' . . . ' ." 5, , -1 '. . ." ' 4. P I I O . I. I I4 , PYCIIICSIGIII V101et Blacken MARVIN WOGNILD: "Then he would talk, ye gods, how he'd talk." Choir 2,3,4g Operetta 25 Hi-Y 3,4g Vice Pres. 4g Football 2, 3,4g Baseball2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 3 4 Stage Crew 4- Chess Club 2 3 Rifle Club 2 Popular Girl Popular Boy Handsornest Boy Dependa ble Girl Dependable Boy Intelligent Girl Intelligent Boy Athletic Girl Athletic Boy W1tt1estGrr1 Wrttrest Boy Best Dressed Girl Best Dressed Boy BestGxrl Dancer Cutest Girl Cutest Boy Neatest Girl Neatest Boy Talented Girl Talented Boy Flrrtattous Girl Flrrta tious Boy Pleasrng Disposition Pleasing Disposition Mrschtevous Girl Mischievous Boy Pepp1estGrrl Pepprest Boy Quietest Girl Quretest Boy MARY YORKEg "The surest way to get there is to know where you are going." Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Treas. 3g Pep Club 3,45 Band l,2,3,4g Honor Society 2,3,4g Vice Pres. 4g Girls' League Representative 3g Senior Ball Co Chairman- G A f 2 3 4 CAMERA SHY XNAYNL HXRGRAVE Hard work is bound to success so I ve heard EDWARD NYSETHER It s a wise head that keeps a still tongue F F A l 2 3 4 Track 2 Basketball l Hall of Fame Norrta Tvert Allan Vance Kenneth Wangsmo Jeannette Klem John Dickenson Barbara Arnot Dick Lindquist Iola Bjorn Marvin Halverson Polly Drivstuen Don Peterson Mary Ann Robertson Domta Lrddle Marv Wogmld Gayle Johnson Jim King Joyce Brose Chuck McQues tion LuAnn Megard Gary Ruff Barbara Carter Bill Goerlrch Bonnie bwimme Dick Dunn Clarice Pearson Ron Pumphrey Mary Ellen Ayars Ed Nysether 15 . H 1 - Best Boy Dancer ..... Durwood Sele NAME JACR ANDI:RsON BARBARA .ARNOT MARY ELLEN AYARS IOLA BJORN BOB BLACKER VIOLET BL ACIsLN JOYCE BROSE FINIBE BROWN MADELINE BROWN CARNTLN BRODERSON JOY BUTTERFIELD B ARB ARA C ARTER CENI. LOWLEN DORIN DAVIS JACK DE CRONNE JOHN DICIxENbON MARILYN DICRERSON POLLY DRIVSTUEN DICK DUNN JOHANNE ENGSTROM BILL COERLICH MARILYN HART JIM HAFTERNON MARV HALVERSON ROC ER JENNY GAY I E JOHNSON JIM RING LILA RINNEY JEANETTE RLEIN JANICE LARNON JOHN LARNON DONIITA LIDDIL DICIs LINDQUlsT L HARLEs MC OUEN TION JIM NIOCR M ARILX ly NELSON EDN ARD NY sLTHI:R MARVIN OLNON NANDRA PARsUNs CLARIQE PEARsON DON PETERSON PETER POENHLL RON PUMPHREY NIARY ANN ROBERT NON NANCY ROGNE NIARCHETTA RONEN BACH NIYRNA ROYCE L ARA RUFF DURAN OOD NELE JEWEL NIMPXON DAN ID NPENLER JUNE sI'ROT JFLAY sN't DER BONNIE WSININIE NANLH TA NORIT-A TN EIT AL' AN Y ANLE IKENNETH My ANCsNlO VCL Nw HEELER S csNON ly HEELER VAAXIN V-OL NI' 'W N' AAA YORK Senlor Prophecy CHARACTERIS T C Always hustltng Good natured short Talkattye sleepy Eyerybody frtend Talented Farmer Brown Blonde F F A Jae et Cute smrle 'since personalrty Athletrc Cabb Red halt smart Poodle eut Neal Class eloym Laughrne Nlee to know Frtendly yy rse craeker Man of few words Rwce bug Lrvely sweater box Llkeable Lounttng money C tbglrnp, Arreums, Long Hat: Nloyy I-'Glu Xlnsreal Ateutne Arntable serrott Dark C3p3I'JIe Ny ltty On the e. stlly laubh A bodo ltne shy but sweet Drmples Long eyela hes Talkrne, L3l'efl'ee Mrllron dollar smtle Quret Chewtng bum Lots of tun swell krd scatter bratn Ftagberatme Just sweet Happv go lucky Cassanoya Bltuhlne, Helpfu short n eute Lathe yocabularv WEAKNESB Crutches Ball and Chams Penctl and paper '50 Ford Darrmgton studytng Actrng Mrlkrng cows Mrs Hawley Track Drry mg, spamsh Football The Eagle Women Amertcan l-itstory Gayle 8. the scissors sunnystde Flash bulbs Jokes Lakewood Chey s Tra ms okes Rolls Roy ce IX este Ill La hrnere Llttford NIOIley De utr ts Lrttle ear Tun bltns. sleeptnb sa yaphone ylary y rlle sports stly ana LSI' T e Nayy Norweetan etrl. Hts tar stly ana Texa Lu Ann Conyertrble Don Nlotor boats school shorthand Basketball The Armv Nic Alptu s Garabe Dancme Tall tales Drrll leadtng Lone, dnyeways QYou got 'nel 'IUPP1118 Recordrnb n achxne shows Nlen I6 'O Yl:ARb HLNCE Football coach P I: TLBCIIQI' .A secretary Strll a '50 Ford Changrng Dlapers sttll studytng Actress Ptestdent of Darrgold Teachtng ln Arlrnpton Olytnpre star strll drryrnt, Qpantsh prof Coach Edttor of the Tttnes Btrtarnrst Amerlcan History teaeher Be autv operator Buytngea tteket to snn nv rde Casey Crrrne Photo ,rapher Author ol a Joke book Xlavor of Lakewood Tayr cab tlrryer Older scrtpt wrrter for Jack Benny l-lot rod drlyer At yyestern sweater sale tnan Nlartted counterfe rter Dental technteran Cat dealer re E Teacher Amp yan Ltndqut t Band leader Nlr Larsen II yy oman yyre tler Fatn er car lot owner Natronal-1 HPre ment A ISBN: borne to the old coun Leaftne. Nlarrled southern belle Looktne for Lu Ann Beauty operator wsr.Lnb a farcrly lymet or :lo Nlo X school teacher stenographer All Amerrcan A yyac Mme: of ylc Alpu1's Ballet teacher Nloyte vyrxtet sull leadrng A famtlv rnau Bachelor ylal-un, up mme Head of Nlercutv Nloyre producer yllsa Yorke Dlllyb NyORDs Conte on Boom Boom You re out NO pencrl Al Drek let s gel a new car OUCH' lll graduate yet Oh komeo' yyhoa Be y Lyehanue papers Nly 10th C old Xledal l had the rtpht of way Buellas dlas dame Hrt that llne' Lytral Extra' But Dear .3 Chapters due Ftrdav Use a Tonr lyell lnrade rt Llrckll L Gaels lqutt' lslgnaled Good IWL Thls one wtll ktll you I honked e s po ly es l wrll all my eashrneres Be ore we were r ar fled Thtseould pass for rea Ouch he btt n el And Ibet-13 nule to the tn Take thrs Flrp ea y sleep at last Hrt rt boys' start at A yy hat Int md who eorne to mrlk the LOW Only saOO down Xleeune, s adjourned You know tt la sure ly orked too hard Ask my wrfe Bye you all Can't leaye wrthout Lu rm yyhat color this trme No children shrp ahoy' Turn tn your paper Dear str who was hrgh perm" Fall out' Xian the pumps' Up on vou.r toes God rest hrs satntly soul Llft your feet so long l m a free man Only ad hours left Cut' Roll 'e'n Spelled with an e O . 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' L " ' l ' ' 1- ' " ' ...T ' ?.'.e Q ' ' Q , " ' , ," -7 - ' N-5 yy - L fr -- - .- r ..- I Semor lass Wlll JACK ANDERSON wxlls h1s crutches to anyone who can use them as well BARBARA ARNOT wllls all the head aches of the annual to Pat Cyra MARY ELLEN AX ARS wlll her qutet wavs to Donna Gunder on IOLA BJORN leay es In a 50 Ford VIOI ET BLACKEN wllls her dark halr to Arlene Jacobs BOB BLACKER wllls h1s mce sm1le to any one who can use It to the best ad y 'ultdges CARSTEN BRODERSON wmlls h1s speed to Elmer Jensen JOY CE BROSE leaxes Mr Larson vuthout a good sololst FINISE BROVS N leax es for the Iarm MADELINE BROWN leayes an empty eat IH Mrs Hawley s class JOH BUTTERI-'IELD yulls her helght to Kay Iohn ton BARBARA. CARTER vulls her good grades to sOI"nQ lucky person GENE COVE LES leaxes an empty spot In the Eagle buxlleld DORIS DAX IS leaxes engaged J ACK DEGROSSE wllls h1s red ha1r to any one who yull dye II regularly JOHN DICKINSON wllls h1s s1ze t Denny Fredmclxson M-XRILYN DICKERSON wllls her art abmlmty to Sharon Butte rfmeld POLLY DRIX STUEN wllls her bottle of perowclde to Joanne Casey DICK DUNN leaxcs the school s dark room dark JOHANNE ENGSTROM wmlls her Jokes to anyone who can tell them a well BILL GOERLICH leayes Mrs Norman lonely NIARX IN HALX ERSON leay es a xacant spot ID the quartette VN AYNE I-IARGRAVE leaxes In h1s yel low conxert1ble JANIES H-XFTERSON leay es happlly NIARILXN HART leay es Dlck to walk the halls alone ROGER JENNY leayes ajumor glrl lonely GAYLE JOHNSON leaves for West ern JINI KING leayes st1ll comblnv h1s halr LILA KINNEY leaves for the army JEANETTE KLEIN wtlls her Job as A S B treasurer to anyone who can stra1ghten out her books JANICE LARSON leayes for better huntmg grounds JOHIN LARSON leaves IH h1s llttle car DONITA LIDDLE wllls her tumbllng ab1l1ty to Sharon Santeford DICK LINDOUIST wllls h1s easy goxng manner to Davld Dezotell CHUCK MCQUESTION wxlls h1s curly halr to Harold T1lleson LU ANN NAEGARD wllls her sl-upplng ab1l1ty to Jean Hovlk JIM MOCK leay es for Marysv11le MARILYN NELSON wllls the Pep Club presmdency to anyone who can keep or der IH the meetlngs ED NYSETHER vtllls h1s qulet ways to Dxck Borseth MARVIN OLSON wmlls hxs tan to Larry Olson SANDRA PARSONS w1lls her qu1et ways to Marlene Metzger CLARICE PEARSON leaves smnglng Charley My Boy DON PETERSON leay es h1s way wtth women to J1m Dunn1ng PETER POESCHEL leaves laughmg RON PUMPHREY leayes W1Sh1Dg he could take a certaxn Jumor gxrl wxth hlm MARY ANN ROBERTSON w1lIs her curly halr to Shlrley Jacobs NANCY ROGNE w1l1s her mold col lect1on to 'vir Larson MARCHETTA ROSENBACH w1lls her sousaphone to anyone who can carry It MYRNA ROYCE leaves to get marrled GARY RUFF w1lls h1s bottle of halr o1l to Roger Rlce DURW OOD SELE leaves the teachers wonder1ng"7' JEWEL SIMPSON leaves wlthout saymg a word JERRY SNYDER wllls h1s bashfulness to Jerry Carter DAVID SPENCER w1lls h1s ab1l1ty to go to sleep IH class to anyone who can get away wmth It JUNE STROTZ, w1lls her blg shoes to Margaret Halverson BONNIE SVN IMME leaves glgglxng NANCY TATE leaves for the Umver sxtv NORITA TV EIT leay es to start a blrd seed factory ALLAN VANCE leay es but wlth an ln terest stxll In A H S KENNY WANGSMO wxlls h1s posltxon as end on the football team to Rudy Thomsen MELVIN WHEELER wllls h1s ab1l1ty of stealmg corn to J1m Cormng VERNON VNHEEI ER leaves qutetly MARVIN WOGNILD leaves h1s s1ng1ng ablllty to Lyle Evans MARY YORKE wxlls her vocabulary to anyone who can understand It , - . l . . . A I 5 I s . r ' , . . ' I v - V V' 1 . . I - . A K V , Q N - Y. . . 'K ' I- 4 , I ' . ' ' I - . , 1 - , t, V V . I , , 5 - l V V, Q . V . . I ' 5 . ' 4 4 I I , , r . . . . . v v , . . Q, ..x . 1 - I . , - - - . I' ' I '- I . . I I O ' ' v Y , v Q , , I , , S l . . I . L 'I I ' Y ' a Y I I . I I ' ' v . . . 4 4 I I Y. I ' ' , . I I ' , V , ,, , - A ' 7 O r I - I - If A I I V , , . - s . I , - Y I . . I ' -. s- - , . . Semor Play FIRST ROW Lrddle Davrs Drckerson Johnson Drrvstuen Robertson Tvert Hart Tate Brose SECOND ROW Bjorn Brown Vance Cowles Gocrlrch Hafrerson Dunn Mrss Hergerr THIRD ROW Snyder Mock Wangsmo Sele The Senror Play was entrtled "Love R1des the Ralls or W111 the Ma1l Tram Run Torught Joyce Brose as Carlotta Drck Dunn as the vrlhan Jerry Snyder as the hero and other mem bers of the cast helped make the play a success Mlss Her gert drrected and a fme performance was g1VeH X , ,W is Carlotta and Harold Stanfast The Rarlroad Scene 18 O 5 Q ' f E9 A" . ' " if fr U W K 'T 'gli gym! -.' 1 F ti' ek , .jr Q Senior Ball .ug The theme of the Sen1or Ball was ' Blue Moon It took place on Nov 14 and the SW1HgK1HgS played Joyce Brose and Bob Blacker were chosen queen and lung and the co cha1rmen were Allan Vance and Mary Yorke The decorat1ons were beaut1ful and the ball was a success lm- 19 Q' ,I 1111101 S QQ TOM FOSTER Presnlem nil' L5 it " sl V1ce Presxdem YT' PAULINE MULLI:R sec Treas Mqfr 'xllbb S X TRL Advlsor BOB O D AY Accompllshments members members members members members members members Honor Socnety Cho1r Band G A A Lettermen s Club Tumbllng Club Pep Club Crave C1 successful .Tumor Semor dance Presented a beaut1fulJur11or Prom Paruclpated mn the All School Play 20 O 'I If Q-. . -el. . Nr Q ' Q ,A I .M -'M . up Bog A-XLEXQNDER f"""' x fs, I Z0 in ' 15 ' in ' 10 ' in 10 in . . . ll " in " 3 ' in ' 17 in -.. v'1'7'1 rv FIRST ROW B Groendyk Cyra Johnson Espedal FIRST ROW Muller Smith Marken Youut Larson Knutson Dunnrck SECOND ROW L Groendyk Lawson SECOND ROW Lrndell Swrmme Rothrock Casey Johnson Foster Cornell Gruwell Frksdahl Lundberg Wahl THIRD ROW Lamrock McGrewe Hargrove A Jacobs Gunderson THIRD ROW Bruhn Stentz Olson Walker Amy Engstrom S Jacobs Hammerly Huff Bradley Boursaw J-Q,,2s,,,,, Elf-Q mls? xl-4 Qi FIRST ROW: R. Johnson, Foster, Earnhart, D. Eliason, FIRST ROW: Russell, Schmidt, Rogers, Quall, Schuh Borseth, Bisbey. SECOND ROW: D. Johnson, Forshier, Rude. SECOND ROW: Stuller, Dean Olson, Schroedl Taylor, Espe, Alexander, Erickson. THIRD ROW: Rothrock, Lorenzen, Peterson. THIRD ROW: Nerland Brisben, Don Eliason, Corning, Huson, L, Eliason, D. Olson. 21 M-XRL -XRET H-Xl X LR5OIN Sophomores A 'x1ISb HERGLRT JIM DLIINNINC P1'LSlLlLI1I -E LYl L Ixlbl THLR N me Presxdgm Segretary Accompllshments members members members members members members . A . Lettermen s Club Tumbling Club Honor Society Band Choir Gave successful Soph-Frosh Party 7- I LH. bCHN1ELKE Treasurer Xdvlser M KEININLTH MATHIS X C11 Leader 51 -sq, FIRST ROW Haack Cornell Jacobs Anderson Kearney Holm SECOND ROW Arnot P Brown Brumbaugh Dons Bergevrn Berg Janes Dutcher Aken Casebeer Johnson B Brown THIRD ROW D Bergevtn Grlroy Hollrster Butterfreld l-lovrk Hu son Jacobson Ayars Halverson SEM' H 1 -'fl 1 H1 FIRST ROW Ames Goerlrch Jacobs Grbson Dun ntng, Knudson, Hendrrckson SLCOND ROW Fuller ton, Dtckenson, Becktell, Dcnnrs, Dezotell, Jensen, ROW Hendry,Borseth, Ber Errckson, Duskrn THIRD gam, Hughes, Haack, Fredrrckson -'KY sw- 5- 'll Armin ,W W, ,, Em 'f7L 11 fr J Tzu 45 I 'Sn' "'-1 4:5 Ax., FIRST ROW Lark Blmcoe Thompson Turkovrch SECOIND ROW Pulltam Metzger Ochampaugh Wrlkms Wrlhams Lmd Lrndstrom Warburton Stole son Olson THIRD ROW Rude Stormck Logan Sele Peterson Solberg T Murphy Rernbold Smrth 1 '-4. lv Ax' Q'- IC su.-3 -n Org! gona BE!-1 r"r?5'.:o info "I V3 E Q P-3 D55 -M 0 m3,,, 559: gmoro :-FIEPI W P-I 'nga 2505 age Qace IDU! comm FFQQ if 25,5 mcg' :Em-5 ESRC 2'-1 I3 H FH w"'3Og -:.'Ig7-. 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VlC6 Prebldcnt XRLLNL NYM FIIFR beg Treas Accompllshments Gave Subcesbful Frosh Soph Dance Partlcmpated 1n all school play l member ln Tumbllng Club 10 umvxted to Honor Somety Banquet Z1 memberb mn Band ZZ members IH Chou' '4 :Q '13 ll Xdvuor IJLNNY HAMNILRLY Yell Leadb 1' Q h JXClx L XIXSON RSDICSCUIAIIVL 'I ,L , A .AV K Q4 1 'L W MR. ,HRD m ' x 3 l ,K 5 , , I 5 ' 'Y V I 'U N K 3'-. 1 ' ' 1 1 : I : 'wp ' r X wo O . . . -Q C i 'T fl" 44 -.,, 1 'K A FIRST ROW Grebel A Erickson J Erickson P John son Hoidal Hurn Borseth SECOND ROW B John son Kroeze Boursaw Hubert Bollinger Hutton Gru well THIRD ROW Dennis Goodrich Ayars James Kraetz Cornehl -33.51 3 FIRST ROW Simpson Morrison Muller Spencer Thorsen Stentz Wangsmo Sante Swanson Olson ford Richter Metzger Merritt SECOND ROW Lohr Warren Sele Nysether Wahl Smith Lenhart Logan Scanlon Parker Templeton THIRD ROW Moyer Mortenson Miller Lien Rhynard Robb Yount Till man Q? FIRST ROW: B. Kluin, Connacher, Bearrow,Gilbert, Bunten, D. Kluin. SECOND ROW: Blunk,Jenson, Cro- pus, Anderson, Carlson, Glen Carlson, Gustavson, Hawkins, Williams, Jacobsen, Hammerly. THIRD ROW: Amy, Kalstrom, Bleek, Frost, Kaylor, Borseth, Daily. FIRST ROW: Thomsen, Stangeland, Norman, Larson Schroedl, Larson, Morgan, Rosenbach, Logg, Williams D. Smith. SECOND ROW: Reams, Olander, Mose Richardson, L. Lindquist, K. Lindquist, Sapp, Nelson Snyder, Swett, Vroman, Mathis. THIRD ROW: Mc- Kenzie, Rice, Ness, Sapp, J. Lindquist, Taylor, A Smith. S FM! 'Tx LL. -I1 Chrlstmas Concert Vance carrles for Arllngton -ixnr-wr' Presxdents eat ple' 6th Perlod Study Hall Cowles gamma yardage forthe Eagles Band at Chrxstmas Concert , L. 26 X VITIES The Curls' League had a busy year w1thB1g I..1ttle Slster part1es dance Trl County Conference MIXCT and the Mothers' Tea The off1cers were pres Barbara Carter VP Mar11yn Nelson sec Marchetta Rosenbach treas June btrotz senlor repre sentatlve, JoyButterf1eld, Jun1or re presentat1ve Carlene Hartl sopho more Dor1sBergev1n frosh Car eY QB0ys Club Mr Ludwrck Marv Halverson Dave Quall Don Peterson Jack Anderson Glrls League FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hawley Car- 3 ter Bergevin Butterfield Hartl. T SECOND ROW: Ixelson Rosen- bach Strotz The Boys' Club has had another busy year under the leadershlp of PTCS1 dent Don Peterson and Mr Ludwlck the advlser The Club has been re spons1ble for the mtramural sports program dur1ng noon hour Speakers and movres were also presented as part of the club act1v1t1es The other off1cerswere Marv Halverson Dave Quall and Jack Anderson fi ' 9 y , , V . l , . ' . . - . . . , , . .- " 1 C . l , I -, 2 ' - 'r l ' . I 7 l ' l 1 x Q 1 ' 1 ' men Scanlon, and adviser, Mrs. Haw- l . in ' Y ' lk r- s r K -I ,x , I '., , c 4 27 FIRST ROW Olson Byorn Arnot Rosenbach Nelson Tate Lrddle Blacken Parsons Gunderson Pear son Cyra SECOND ROW Strotz Hart Engstrom Drlvstuen Larson Drckerson Johnson Knutson Hamrnerly Walker Butterflelu Rothrock Yorke Davls THIRD ROW Larson Engstrom Santeford Grewe Bergevrn Jacobs Lawson Bergevln Turkovrch Murphy Sele Mrs Norman Lettermen The Lettermen s Club was actlve thls year The club sold conces srons at football games carrled on therr Fan of the Week tradr rrders basketball team and many other actrvrtres The offlcers of the Club are pres Gene Cowles VP .John Mallery sec treas John Drckenson sgt at arms Darald Elrason and advrser Mr Ludwrck The off1cers of the Glrls Athlet1c Club are pres Dornta Llddle v1ce pres Clarlce Pearson sec , Donna Gunderson treas , Johanne Engstrom has had many act1v1t1es 1nclud1ng a dance and a basketball playday for all Snohomlsh County Senror glrls who have won the1r ball and chaln are Marllyn Nelson Barbara Arnot Vrolet Blacken Sandra Parsons and .Iohanne Engstrom FIRST ROW Sabo Dennis Thomsen Nysether Blacker Cowles Cornmg Quall Wangsmo Borseth Vance Knudson SECOND ROW Mr LUdW1Ck Pumphrey Mock Spencer Dlckenson DeGrosse Jac obs Wognrld Peterson Sele Goerlrch Anderson THIRD ROW Rothrock Ellason Broderson D Erlck son Schuh Russell Johnson T Erickson Elrason Henclrrckson l:4 I . I I I I .I . I I I I - r ' 1 ' l I . I I ' I I. ' ' I I I Y I I I I I I I I ' ' 0 0 0 , . . . , . . ' - : U . , S . - ' , ' -1 Q - ' Il II '- . , . tion, sponsored the Hawiian Surf- and adviser, Mrs. Norman. The club 2 ., 5 ' . ' ' -1 " -2 l " a 9 v Y I ' I T! 2 ' . ', . 1 . , , ' . A . C . . I I I I ' V b ' , 2 I I I ' - s r I v 1 - v I ' 28 FIRST ROW Larson Rosenbach Robertson Bjorn Drlvstuen Hammerly Pearson Engstrom Larson SECOND ROW INIISS Harrls Arnot Yorke Olson Tvert Greue Arnot Rosenbach Cyra THIRD ROW Olson Sele Swrmme Walker Rothrock Stoleson Espedal Trl H1 Y Trr H1 Y was very actrve thls year under the capable leadershrp of rts presldent Iola Bjorn To rarse money for club work candy was sold at noon a dance was grven and an apron sale held Two grrls were sent to the Youth Legrslature a Waffle d1nner was held a Chrlst mas carolrng party held and the club also had a famrly banquet rn the sprrng Mrss Harrrs was ad vrser H1Y The offrcers of H1 Y are Pres , Dave Quall VICC Pres Marvrn Wagmld, sec Kennre Wangsmo treas Durwood Sele sgt at arms, Dlck Lrndqurst Chaplarn, Jerry Carter The advrser rs Mr Lord H1 Y was act1ve thrs year sellrng programs at games holdrng d1nner meetrngs every month, and grvrng a dance FIRST ROW Halverson Carter Olson Elrason Snyder Cornxng Johnson Wognrld Pumphrey SECOND ROW Mr Lord Broderson Vance Olson Spencer Sele Mock Elrason THIRD ROW Errckson Rus sell Schuh Quall Peterson Borseth Wangsmo Cowles 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , . . . 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' ! 1 1 ' 'J 1 - '1 1 1 'J 1 " ' 1 1 1 C l N 0 0 , - 1 ' 7 1 1 Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Z 1 ' I I Y I I Y ' FIRbT ROW Swrmme Pearson Hart Bjorn Tate Carter Lrndell Brose SECOND ROW Mlss Hergert Cowles Quall Peterson Wangsmo Espe Johnson Debate The Arhngton debators have a goal Trophy whlch was won last year by Frank Moll and Mar11yn Oberkotter at the state sess1on at WSC The De bate Team has attended several pract1ce tournaments and are work mg toward the state meet M1ss Her gert IS the advlser Journallsm The Eagle Staff was headed by Dorls semester and Joyce Brose who ed 1ted the Eagle durmg the second se mester The paper appeared once a week 1n mlmeographed form The Staff also put out specral hohday ISSUES Mr Crumbaugh advrsed the staff FIRST ROW DAVIS Srmpson Butterfreld Tate Klem Krnney Brown Frksdahl Hargrove Foster SEC OND ROW Drckerson Pearson Tvert Gunderson Jacobs Brose Brumbaugh Mr Crumbaugh THIRD ROW Ouall Peterson Johnson Klng J . ", '. .gw '4 '-v.'f N -., - .-- -- Y ' .-'- s- - .- - - - I this year, and that is to keep the State Davis, who was editor for the first 30 A fini ,- " 'lf V FIRST ROW: Goodrich, Mock, Roal, Reinbold, Logan, Solberg, Storwick, Arnot, Bergevin, Dutcher, Mur- phy, Kearney, Rosenbach. SECOND ROW: Miss Harris, Zwicker, Sapp, Tissue, Hale, Haack, Cornell, Holm, Butterfield, Aken, Lark, Duskin, Thorsen, Dickenson. THIRD ROW: Vroman, Gibson, Erickson, Giersch, Dunning, Carter, Olson, Borseth, Hendrickson, Wick, Sabo, Knudson, Breckus. Honor Soclety Under the leadershlp of Chuck MCQHSSt1OU, the Honor SOC1EtY had a very successful year In October there was the annual in1t1at1on and the pre sentation of PIHS December 4 the banquet was held honoring the 2.0 Fresh men who made the honor roll the lst quarter The adviser of the group is MISS Harris FIRST ROW Arnot Bjorn Johnson Davis Robertson Tveit Klien Kinney Rosenback Rogne Brose SECOND ROW Olson Walker Nelson Cyra Knutson Hammerly Swimme Grewe Lundberg Marken Whitman THIRD ROW Carter Blacken Parsons Russell Schuh Foster Forsheir Johnston Hartl Amy LEW' 31 , - - 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' K 1 P Y Y V 1 1 I I ' 1 P' '1'-."-- . ' -' . -.' -. . A w -. , 1 - --1-. - , - 11 f--- 13,4 1 -I bn A -A x x' Q A 1, '.t.F.?nx KA . W P-,, , -, ,A ,, Q6 fv- DC. -H 4-4: FIRbT ROW Marv Wognrld Mr Lord Ron Pumphrey Lorenz bchnudt Mel Wheeler Vernon Wheeler Stage Crew The stage crew has proved to be of great value to the school They have been respons1ble for the scen ery for our plays and concerts They have also taken care of the l1ght1ng and other stage effects The adv1ser for thls club 19 Mr Lord Wrestlln u The Wrestlrng Club has just com pleted a successful year They have held smokers for Boys Club meet1ngs and for the publlc A tournament was held for all clas ses The Club was led by D1ck Dunn pres and Mr P1storese advlser FIRST ROW btangland Connacher Lrndqulst Taylor Evms Cormng Taylor Johnson Dunn SEC OND ROW DeGrosse Dezotellbnyder Spencer Mock Wheeler Hafterson Xlr Prstorese J ... ,L 2 JL xi 5 - ' " U 4 1 xl lr ' - K I , ' . , f .Jf 1 I ' R- 1 6 ,J T , 17, . 4 r L ' ' ' 1 N ' l b f ': ' 1 I ' ' ' ' , A L ' ' ' ' I ' D - F. H. A. Sr Dlvlslon Presldent Donna Speed Vrce Presldent Ellen Lrndstrom Secretary Domta Lrddle Treasurer Nlargle Turkovlch Reporter Lors Anderson FIRST ROW Brumbaugh Stoleson Hovrk Lrndstrom Metzger Jacobson Pullram SECOND ROW Smrth Hargrove Flksdahl Muller Santeford Hartl Berg Arnot Engstrom Peterson Schmel ke Janes Speed Dutcher THIRD ROW Bergevln Turkovlch Mrttluder Kearney Bradley Groendyk Aken Cornell Holm L Anderson C Anderson Dunmck Butterfleld Storwrck Lark Smlth MISSLOHRC FOURTH ROW Lrddle Royce Haack Jacobs Good rrch M Brown Johnson Bl1ncoe B Brown Casebeer Lrnd Sol berg Thompson Jr DIVISIOH Vlce Presrdent Soma Wangsmo Secretary Ioan Boursaw Treasurer Carmen Scanlon Reporter Barbara Sele FIRST ROW Logan Tlllman B Smlth Muller Borseth Warren Cornehl Goodrrch SECOND ROW Spencer Ingam Rhynard Moyer Smrth Stentz Johnson Scanlon Olson Morrlson Wangs mo I-Iurn Thorsen Yount THIRD ROW Metzger Mrller Mor tenson J Errckson Bollrnger Sele Ayars Bauch Kraetz Gruwell Holdal Hutton Santeford Br1sb1n Robb Merrltt Wahl M1ss Lonke FOURTH ROW Swanson A Errckson Boursaw James Parker Lenhart Shea Templeton Lohr Kroeze Nysether Slmpson John son Grebel Dennls The F H A has had a very busy year The Sr Group gave a dance after a basketball game and donated one half of the proceeds to the March of D1mes They have also g1ven food baskets to needy fam1 11es Several dances have been g1ven one m conJunct1on w1th the F F A A delegate attended the reglonal meetmg at S1lverdale and one 1S gomg to the state F I-I A meetmg Aprrl 10 I1 at Ellensberg The Advlser of the two groups 1S M1ss Lonke 'H 0 0 0 0 . . I . . u I . I . . j I I I I I I I I - l. I . . - 2 . . A I I .I .I I A I I ' . I ' I -I I I I I A ' :b I 1 I .I - I ' 1 I 1 ' v I I - . , . o 0 0 0 President ..... . . . . . . . Agnes Olson I . I I I ' I I I I 1 . . : . . . I I I I I I I I - . .I . n - r , . - Q I ' I I. I I I I I I' I I I I I I I ' : I ' I I . I I I I I I I I I - I I ' . . , . . O 0 0 . I . FFA FIRST ROW Danard Breckus G Erxckson L Erlckson Ver Huel Crabb Zw1cker Hurn Larson Mad son Rasmussen Kleln SECOND ROW Mr Langdon Kraetz Huson Denms Brown Thomsen Rogers Nelson Nerland Lorzenson Borseth C Olson Dean Olson Wheeler THIRD ROW Peterson Engstrom Br1sben Broderson Poechel Vance Lmdqulst Brown Hafterson Jensen D Olson Sapp Hale Th1s year the Arhngton Chapter of the F F A cons1sts of seventy e1ght members The Judg1ng teams have competed 1n farrs at Monroe Puyallup a poultry show at Seattle and other events Many prlzes were brought home from these fa1rs The boys had exh1b1ts at Evergreen State Fa1r at Monroe and the Puyallup Fan' The annual F F A banquet was held for parents and members The Sprmg Lwestock Show was also held I I I : I I ' I ' I I I I I I - I I ' : ' I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I ' I I I ' I I I I I , I I 3 , I I FRONT ROW: Carlson, Moran, Taylor, Amy, M. Sapp, Giebel, D. Sapp, Klein, Hathaway, Borseth, Daily, Kallstrom. SECOND ROW: Reams, Tate, Stangland, Norman, Thomson, Larson, Morgan, Swett, Anderson, Schultz. THIRD ROW: Bleak, Peake, Nelson, M. Taylor, L. Larson, Olson, B. Kluin, Con- nacher, D. Kluin, Lindquist. ' ' ' . . . ' . A 5 . g ., 35 To help finance the F F A organi zation the popcorn machine did a large volume of business at the games and a dance was held in con Junction with the F H A girls new popcorn machine was purchased and the club bought a 515100 calf for one of the F F A boys The Par liamentary Procedure Team went to Lake Stevens The officers this year were pres Allan Vance vice pres , Bob Peterson sec John Eng strom treas , Kenny Nelson rep Carsten Broderson and sentinel, Finese Brown The advisers were Mr Langdon and Mr Sarkisian FIRST ROW Xlrss West Larnrock Ver Huel Whuman Swrmme Megard Butterfleld Rogne Sante ford SECOND ROW F1ksdahl Bjorn Hart Quall Pumphrey Borseth Strotz Kearney Bradley Llbrarlans We are proud ofthe effrclent work of the llbrarrans under the dlrectlon of Mrss Gladys West Thelr dutles have been to keep the books 1n order cheers them out, and prepare them for the readers The llbrarmans ar ranged drfferent drsplays each week The meetmg of all county l1brar1ans wlll be held at Arhngton Jr Red Cross The JUHIOI' Red Cross had a very successful year under the drrectlon of Mrss Joanne Ingrum Some of then' accompllshments were makrng COOk16S for the old people shome at Stanwood and makmg valentmes for the ch1ldren s home The club meets every Thursday and 15 under the leader-sh1p of the fol1ow1ng offrcers pres Joann Casey v1ce pres , Myrna Engstrom sec Nancy Sol berg treas ,Irene Berg FIRST ROW I-laack Butterfxeld Murphy Logan Relnbold Jacobson M1ss Ingrum Sele Roal Mock Kearney Mrttlerder Goodnch Solberg SECOND ROW Storwrck Jacobs Dutcher Janes Amy Ayars Aken Thompson Arnor Berg Casey Marken Lundberg Dunnrck Holhster Holm Johnson Cornell Lark THIRDROW Brown Peterson Bergevln Turkovlch Engstrom Huson Warburton Stoleson Llnd Strom Brumbaugh l-lovrk Olson Grewe L Anderson C Anderson Lrnd W1ll1ams . . . . . . - I A I Y I I I I I I . , i - - ' I I I I I I I I I ' C O , . . . 1 1 9 1 - 1 . - . . . 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E-iii U FIRST ROW Brose Klnney Wrlkrns Murphy Ayars Mr Larson Storwrck Re1nbold Megard Gundcr son Warburton Metzger Roal Turkovlch SECOND ROW Holm Cornell Sele Rogne Jacobs Vkahl B Olson N Olson Stoleson Espedahl Ratekln Pearson THIRD ROW Swrmme Schrnelke Wheeler Schmrdt Wognrld Brrsbrn Trssue Jenson Solberg Peterson Larson Mock FOLRTH ROW Trllxson Snyder L Olson Johnson Elrason Halverson Rogers Carter holr The Chorr had a successful year under the dlrectron of Mr R M Larson They partrcrpated 1n three concerts and an operetta They sang for other events through out the year In the sprmg they took part 1n the Musrc Festrval Storwlck Megard Rhynard Gunderson Warburton M Metzger Kroeze Hordal Roal Turkovrch SEC ONDROIN C Metzger L1en Smlth D Sele Rogne Jacobs Wahl Moyer Ayars B Olson IN Olson Warren Cornehl Stoleson Espedahl Smlth Merrrtt B Sele Ratekln Muller THIRD ROW Sw1mrne Brose Schmelke Holm Cornell Wheeler Schmrdt Wognrld Br1sb1n Mr Larson Trssue Jenson Sol berg Peterson Larson Mock Pearson Morr1son FOURTH ROW Dezotell T1l11son Snyder L Olson Kluln Johnson Goerlrch Ellason Halverson Connacher Rogers Carter Klum 1 0 FIRST ROW: Casebeer, Mittleider, Lohr, Erickson, Kinney, Wilkins, Murphy, Reinbold, Kraetz, Ingam, H S Band The Band had an acuve year under the Monroe Fa1r and also partlclpated 1n l leadershlp of M1 Larson They par the Santa Claus parade mn Seatt e t1c1pated IH three Concerts and played Members also took part 1n the annual at all the basketball and football games band contest They recewed th1rd place honors at 'S :X-s. 1' ' X "Ev- ,,f, 1 xx V fl A X Y I FIRST ROW G Johnson Schroedl Drxvstuen SEC OND ROW Hart Rod Grewe Lundberg Dunmng Knudson Hendrmckson Blacken Parker Jacobs Johns ton Mr Larson THIRD ROW Borseth Mortenson Hutton Wahl Blom MCQUCSIIOU Mlller Arnot Bour saw Gustavson Anderson Wangsmo Pulharn FOURTH ROW Stuller Stangland Blelke Alexan der Foster Danard Vroman Ixaylor Gruwell Mar ken Y Rosenbach Robertson Engstrom Yorke D Johnson FIFTH ROW Mock Strorz Peterson Elra son Swlmme Speed Llddle Snyder DICRIHSOII W Band plays at Burhngton game Band plays for concert iv '-4 Qi'----1 M 0 0 0 X , . - K ,kvfflngx I 1 . . 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TRUMPET TRIO TROMBONE TRIO Tom Sabo Bob Alexander, Tom Foster Dan Dickenson, Bob Peterson, Larry Eliason I ew -T .N A BRASS SEXTETTE BOYS QUARTET Alexander Foster L1ddle Rosenbach Mock El1ason I Carter G T1ssue M Halverson I Snyder fyno CLARINET QUARTET GIRLS ENSEMBLE M Yorke D Johnson K Johnston A Jacobs FRONT ROW Storwlck Murphy Robertson Wahl Slay ton SECOND ROW Gunderson Larson Holm Knut son W1lk1ns THIRD ROW Lawson Swxmme Drrv stuen Brose 40 Track FIRST ROW Pumphrey Mock Quall Wangsmo Borseth Goerllch Anderson Lrnd qurst SECOND ROW Broderson Carter Taylor Russell Forshrer Rogers Dezotell Mr Mumzza Baseball FIRST ROW Denms Cowles Wangsmo Goerllch Blacker Borseth Anderson Wog nrld Nelson Peterson SECOND ROW Mr LUdW1Ck Thomsen Olson Quall Mock Llndquxst Errckson Forshrer Johnson TCHHIS HRST ROW Ouall T Er1ckson Snyder Earnhart Foster SECOND ROW Hendrlck son Wrck Becklell D Errckson Mr PISIOTCSL, 41 1 ' 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 ' - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 ' - 1 ' 1 1 ' - S - 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' S ' ' S 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' Football '47wsI f'l FIRbT ROW Thomsen Wangsrno Drckenson Mallery Olson Cornlng Spencer Goerllch bchuh SECOND ROW Mr Munlzza Carter Cowles Vance Llndqulst Borseth Russell DeGrosse Anderson Nlr PISIOFCSS THIRDROW Hendrlckson Knudson Hendry Borseth Taylor Erxckson Trlllson Dlcken son Dezotell Sabo The Eagles had a very successful year w1th f1ve wms and four losses The Eagles opened the season wlth a wm over Twm Clty and a close loss to Auburn They got off to a good start 1n league play by defeatmg Mt Vernon 31 14 The h1gh fly1ng T1gers of Burlmgton cl1pped the Eagles wlngs the next t1me out by a 45 19 score The h1ghl1ght of the Best Blocker Corn1ng Best Tackler Vance Arlmgton Km, SCORES Kenneth Wangsmo Allan Vance season was the Snohommsh game The Eagles led for three quarters only to loose rn the frnal mmutes of the game 7 6 Arlrngton ended the season wlth conv1nc1ng w1ns over Anacortes 20 14 and Marysv1lle Z5 13 The Eagles w1ll be w1thout the serv1ces of ten graduatrng sen1ors next fall Most lnsp1rat1ona1 Mock Capt Wangsmo and Vance TWIN Clty Auburn Mt Vernon Burlrngton Edmonds Sedro Snohomlsh Anacortes 'vlarysvxlle , 2 , if if x. .I 1 . 1 J '1 f J 7 ,- X -' -V .W I-Y 0,21-'ff , -fA' ' A' .5 az"-M - w ,' .N i 1' m 5 'H 1 1: J gl N.. 1 z 4 ,-M ' E' X David Spencer Darrell Bergam David Quail Dick Erickson Don Peterson Tom Erickson D1Ck Borseth D1ck Lindquist Kenneth Wangsmo Bill boerlich -H Arlr Basketball FIRST ROW Elrason Peterson Quall Wangsmo bpencer boerlrch Lrndqulst Larson SECONID ROW Mr Ludwrck Earnhart T Errckson Borseth D Erlckson Bergam Lornlng Mr Munlzza THIRD ROW Olson Carter Thompson Schuh Mock Trllrson Nysether Dusk1n Borseth Hughes To date the Vars1ty has played 16 garrxes w1nn1ng 6 and 1os1ng 10 Four games remam on the schedule and have bearmg or the play off serles w1th Everett to see who goes to the D1str1ct Tournament at Bellmgham Feb 2. 7 The Golden Eagles started the season w1th fewer lettermen and less exper1ence than any other Northwest League team However every game has been one of sp1r1t and f1ght and the underclassmen have kept the senlors hustl1ng to re mam Tn the start1ng lmeup FIVE senlors graduated that have played good ball for the Eagles season They are co captams Wangsmo and D1ck L1ndqu1st Don Peterson Dave Spencer and th1s Ken and B111 Mt Vernon Edmonds Sedro Woolley Marysvrlle Burlrngton Anacortcs bnohomrsh ngton Goerhch FIVC underclassmen take up next year s schedule w1th exper1ence ga1ned rn the past campa1gn They are D1ck Erlckson Tom Er1ckson Dave Quall Drck Borseth and Dar rell Bergam At th1s t1me the Eagles are f1ght1ng for a play off berth w1th Everett and 1f the squad concentrates 1ts effort on defense and hustle the1r goal could be reahzed T1me w111 tell but as your coach 1 hope you have enjoyed the tlme spent 1n th1s great sport and I personally w1sh each and everyone of you suc cess 1n l1fe Slncerely Ernest Ludw1ck Jr Arlmgton Mt Vernon Edmonds Sedro Woolley Marysvllle Burllngton Anacortes bnohonnsh . , . . , I ' 46 T . 49 ' 49 . " 42 65 " 32 T " 33 T - 57 " 5 1 - " 53 T ' 67 " -- ' 52 ' 56 - - T ' " 37 T 1 65 - - 48 ' ' 64 ' - - T ' ' 45 Tumblln lub BOTTOM ROW Rothrock lxelson Tate Turkovnh bwunme NlIDDLl ROXN bante ford Peterson Engstrom Llddle TOP ROW Wxlkms lxletgger Captaln Nancy Tate Co Capta1n Marg1e Turkovmh Scr boler and .hngler Margaret Halverson The Tumbl1ng Club has just completed another successful year The g1rls have sold mee cream at the games gwen several dernonstrauons and a dance The advlser ofthe Tunqbhng Club 15 Mrs Norman 46 0 . 1 , l M ' I I I I 'A ' ' b uf4. ifi I I I ' ' 1 ' - lcon 4' ' - ....... . ! 9 . . . Pep Club FILE ONE Cunderson Arnot Engstrom Ha'nmerly Espedal Larson Davrs Parsons Brose Knutson Casey Groendyk Yorke Tate Larson Rosenbach Jacobs Grewe Lawson Cyra FRONT ROW Olson Walker Tve1t Butterfreld Jacobs MIDDLE ROW Bjorn Carter Robertson BACK ROW Nelson Strotz Mrs Norman Swlmme Johnston The Pep Club had a very successful year under the leadershrp of Mar1lyn Nelson Other club offrcers were v1ce pres Clar1ce Pearson sec Mary Ann Robertson treas Barbara Arnot and dr1ll leader Nor1ta Tve1t Mrs Norman was the advlsor The dr1ll team composed of 32 g1rls who dr1lled at several home games also attended a dr1ll conference Other act1v1t1es were the carnlval football We w1sh to thank our yell and song leaders for so ably leadmg our yells and songs at games and pep assem 4 and basketball banquets and a tolo Durmg football and basketball season lunches were prepared by the glrls for each away game We w1sh to thank our yell and song leaders for so ably leadlng our yells and songs at games and pep assem blles and promotmg so much enthus1 asm 1n the school and among the townspeople blles and promotlng so much enthusl asm rn the school and among the townspeople . w ' - 7 n 1 1 ' s v 1 n 1 v 1 1 v n n v f s , 1 v ' - f , . - - 3 v l - 3 . . - v 1 ' r , . : . . ., , ., . 1 'Q , . . . 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" l Gayle Johnson Polly Drivstuen cet cb eade, Clance Pearson "fs-nf 5-'vv we.:-F Marllyn D1ckerson 49 Marllyn Hart 5 if -Qi I Q S Xu.: 73 - .2 hr, 4 gr: tl' ' Q 'H 4.4M ,F Q L 'i 7 .Q -.g.':, w 1 'l 3 l 1 ,A ' 'Y D FIRST ROW Lrddle Parsons Blacken Hart Dickerson Pearson Roscnbach M Arnot D Bcrgevtn Muller SECOND ROW Smlth Slmpson Santeford Ochampaugh Rothrock Schmelke Cruwcll Templeton Denms THIRD ROW Dutcher Jacobs Grewe Marg Bolllnger Cornell Berg Peterson Turkovlch Roal D Sele Ratekln Warburton FOURTH ROW Wahl M Bolllnger Nysether Er1ck son Casebeer Speed Gelbel Johnson 1ames,Lenhart FIFTH ROW Olson Borseth Holdal B Sele Olson Robb Warren Parker Wangsmo SIXTH ROW Cornehl Erlckson B Arnot Nelson S Jacobs Lawson B Olson Engstrom Mlller Mortenson SEVENTH ROW Hartl Muller Holm Dor1sBergev1n Murphy Gunderson Gruwell Hammerly Cyra lrls Sports The gmrls sports department has been very act1ve thls year The g1rls turned out after school for each of the followmg speedball, volleyball basketball badm1tton tenms, softball and track Turnouts were large th1s year and more glrls are commg 1nto the G1rls Athlet1c Assoc1at1on 'lhe sportsmxnded g1rls helped the G A A present a successful basket ball playday 1n wh1ch g1rls from Snohom1sh Founty part1c1pated Turnout gxrls recewe po1nts toward the1r lette1 from each sport by get t1ng on class teams, f1rst and second teams and by havmg perfect at tendance Nelson and Turkovlch Jump 1n a speedball game Battllng for the ball IH a speedball game SO Tennis Team The Girls' Tennis Team is just beginning its 1963 season, The team finished second in the county last season behind Monroe. The girls have set first place astheir goal for this season, Pictured here is the 1952 team. From left to right: Betty Olson, Barbara Arnot, lola Bjorn,Clarice Pearson, and Pat Cyra. Donna Gunderson was also a member of the squad. Ball Chaln WIHHCPS Girls earning 3000 points are entitled to wear the Pictured at the right are top to bottom Marilyn Nelson Violet Blacken Nancy Tate and Barbara Arnot Johanne Engstrom and Iola Bjorn were also winners this year L55 ' 0 I 0 highest G,A,A. award, the gold ball and chain, School Calendzu September School began Beat Twrn Crty rn football rn the frrst game of the season We lost to Auburn here 20 13 Eagles defeat Mt Vernon here Senror Class Dance October Senror g1rls g1ve Brg Ltttle Srster party Lost to Burlrngton there 45 19 Teachers lnstttute No School Eagles lost a close one to Edmonds here 7 6 Junror Class Dance Beat Sedro there 31 12 lxatronal Assembly Homeeomrng Lost a heartbreaker to Snoho mrsh r 6 Soph Frosh Dance Beat Anacortes here 20 14 Grrls League Dance November A H S Musrcafeterra F F A lnttratton Eagles down Nlarwsvrlle there Blrnd coneert lxatxonal Assembly Senror Ball Blue Moon Senror Plav Love Rldes the Rarls the Mall Trarn Run Tonrght lxatronal Assembly Thanksgrvrng Vacatron or Vrll December Beat Bellevue there 53 3 Honor Socretv Banquethonor1ng19 Freshmen Beat Mt Baller here 44 34 F H A Dance Lost to Iwooksack there Chrrstmas Concert Lost to Mt Vernon there 46 43 Pep Club Carnrval Lost to Edmonds here 65 42 Beat Belles ue here 66 63 January Back to school after Chrtstmas February Nlarc Aprr May Lost to Sedro there 57 33 Lost to Ixooksack here 46 41 Marysvrlle swamps Eagles 67 53 Lost to Burlrngton here 5 52 Dance Lost to Anacortes there 65 37 Snohomrsh beat us here 64 48 P T A Talent Show Eagles upset Mt Vernon here 49 44 Edmonds beat the Eagles H1 Y Dance Pep Club Tolo Cuprd s Capers Marysville beat the Eagles agarn Lettermen sponsored a dance Basketball Playday here Lost to Blll'llllgIOl1 at Burlrngton Natronal Assemblv Lost to Anacortes here Eagle Dance spon sored by Jourualrsm Chorr and ensembles contest at Jane Addams Eagles lost 1 tlose one at Suohomrsh Eagles lost play off wrth Edmonds Pep Club gave Basketbrll Banquet Debaters travel to C P S Natronal Assembly C W C E concert Senrors plant trees Debate at W S C C rrls League Mrxer All School Play F F A Banquet Junror Prom Band Contest Sprrng Concert Open House Senrors have Class Nrght Baccalaureate Commencement Classof 53 recerve drplo mas 1 9- , - '. 2- 10- ' , '- , 12- " ' ' ' 13- ' . - . . 16- ' , '6- '. G.A.A. 19- . - . 26- . . ' 23- ,'- . . 24- ' , - . 28- . . . . 30- . , - . 1- .... - . . l 3- A , - . 6- ' . . 3- . '- . 10 - , - . 7 - , " ' ' 7 ' " . 13- A ' ' . t 17- , - . ' ' . . 24- ' ' . ' ' - 14- . ' , 31- , ' - . ' ' ' 18- ' ,. . 20- , " - 21- ' ' ' ' . 5' . . . A D . 1 ' ' A . 6- . . . " ' . 23- ' A ' T . A' , r ' , 10- ' ' l ' '. . b 12 - Pep Club gave football banquet. 7 - Senior F.H.A. Talent Show 14- 7 ' V 10- 7 -- 1 '. 21 - 'f' ,, " ' ' ' t ' " 'W' 12-' . '. ' " ' 18- 1' ' " . 1. Z H. 26- ' ' . ' '. 25- ' . 27-28- ' . 27- '. '1 2- 1 f , f.-27 1- 3' ' t A , 4- ' 3 ' ' " . 10- . 6- . ' , -' . 14- .. . . 12- . . , . 17- ' . 13- ' . 18- . 18 - ' ' . 28- ' ' . 19- . , - . 20- ' ' . A 23- ' , - . 8- . 30- -' ' , - . 22- ' ' ' . 24- . 3 28- -- " ' ' - 5- ' ' A . . 52 iv--v Y 'ls ' I crown thee Queen Margte Quall Jumps for the Eagles -Q. I a nr + J A we. 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