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

 - Class of 1955

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X1 DEDICATIO A -4 If ltbljzf I Sc hool Board Left to rrght Bertha Moms Paul Wangsrno B111 Roal Julrs Iworman Rush Bradley Clrfford Rod P T A Offrcers Left to rlght Joseph Monte Esther Baldwrn Vrolet Warren Verle Hafner .1 Ei Z ? . 3 ' 4' I o I "' 1 ,Vg W' at ' W ik . 'ii 5, , X ' 1'Vp4. A ii...---1 W' x, UAW", EK Q aw! M f- c""f""Kj ,f Ny -R-Q V 'it -D 1" 3 QV Q Mb ! B S 5 Q D X , 5 :Ln an l .1 V RALPH GUNDERSON ISABEL HAWLEY Mathematicsgjr. High Girls' League Advisorg Footballgliaseball and Typing, Shorthand, Track Coach. I 1 IENFT KENNETHIKANIKEBER NYJ is L X. EDWARD KORSBOEN General Boy-5 Club fsdlvisg Ec.Geog.:Bio1ogygGen- , : s 5 sinessgTyping,1g Physicsg,Ch 'i,f,try Retail Sellingg School Drivilig and , f Storeg Business Law: , 1' v wif ' Treasurer Advisor. V I Ks V- si' - .ii 3-A X, I FLOYD LANGDON ROY M. LARSON Agriculture, F.F.A, Choirg Bandg Inter- Advisor. mediate Bandg Solos and l f Ensembles. 'V if if elf! 1 .i .. " ,..- 1, 4 Q " I eral Science and Ass tj Football Coach. Q LII, 'X LILLIAN LONKE Ml Sewing and F,l-LA, A - hopgM.D, V' l': X K Hi-Y 4d41,' Adviso aff Class Qi-5 'I 0 46 , tif, x-X 'J A 1 4 ' I I i ,, fi , f if 'V : V1 A ' ' r sf 14' if -t ' . 1 I if , I , . , , L, ,g U 1 it 15'- .. --A 5 L- ERNEST LUDWICK U, S, History, Gen, Mathg Director of g X L11 X J 1, ,, , 1 Athletics, Basketball ,, fiv' " N", ' fy Iuf and Baseball Coach. in i' ,: "fr 1" "I HJ i ' fc ff' , ,L ,BU If fl . 'V V 'yy il-. I VI. We 'Wir Z1 f .,,... ,J W. Mil 1 V VA 14 ,tif x , , , Lf' 1 : f ,Lf :!7F"4v 1 'ki' L in ' - .vs Ip X41 ilk X! ' R If ri 1-V E E - Y' x Es 'lv' J , I A I L ,N ,, f ' ' - V E fr' ix vt' if ,,' H , , Lf ,1 ff , , I 4.1 , 1 ' ,f' I , f N f , 1 D LA ' ' W xii A 'L 1 ' ,WZ , F , ' LAWREN E MU A K UBY NOKMAN P.E.gHea1thg Soph.C1ass P. E.g Sociologyg Advisor, High School Healthg Pep Club Ad- Footballg Track and Asst. visorg G.A,A. Advisor, Basketball Coach, F' A 'S ,Z are "i 3 1' ' Z iii 7 'I 6 f if VMVMRALPH PISTORESE 'ylf Ge n. Math, Wrestling ' , rf' and Boxing Club Advisor, Ass't. Football, Tennis, Frosli. B.B. Coach, Ass't. Principal, Visual Aid Dir. and Boy's Counselor. KEITH SARKISIAN X, 1 f , .f,4 J ,J visor. x U 5 X- 5 .au 1 'Q , 'B as X t .QL 3. S S W' -. W e Q , , j E WALTER SMITH 1 Lit. and Comp, Illg Latin- ,N Honor Society Advisor- Annual Advisor, f' ,'t,'1'c1,- ShopgAg.IVgF.F.A. Ad- c4':.r'9v'-"'X-'K and Tumbling Club Advisor. is 4""' GENEVIEVE SHOUDY Spanish, Washington Historyg Tr. Red Cross Advisor. .- ,pf V v-.4-s.,4. ROBERT TSCHIRGI NELDA ULERY GLADYS WEST D fp X , English Ilg Advanced Cookinggifamily Living, Librarian. rbxffst. , English, World History, Tri-Hi-Y Advisor. XXX ,NL iq Senior Play Direogar. N X N fi. ,pc - t 1 vs v CKY VMM -X will V Xie, K i joys :IL a Q V, s Kid, xx xg it X . MAME, E c 'ix X f vb L W . -4. ' if A fl L- l A ixjx vi, ,,,.. C.. 4 NI , K. ' - tn.. as ' 1 ., ix'-fi 1 1 ' Y ww J' f it' f -2 I ffwllfl 4:1 , M410 Tilm! WELL' L! JOHN DANULIO Principal EDNA RUNNING Secretary THOMAS TERIESON Superintendent INISTR TIO MARY GA LLA UGHER Nurse EVELYN ELIASON JUNE LARSON Cooks MJ?-J Y K.- N J . to 6 A-4, A .J 'X -I Y 1 i x HENRY BERGAM EARL COX Janitors 6 N5 M if : in . X Jean Lark Ralph Plstorese Secretary Adusor Marlene Holm Vlce Presldent Freshman Year Honor Socrety Banquet Band Frr st Cho1r All School Play Successful Frosh Soph Party Successful B1g and Lrttle Srste Sophomorf Year GAA. Letterman Club Tumblrng Club 1-Ionor Socrety Band Cho1r All School Play Successful Soph Frosh Party lunlor Year nonor SOCICCY Loren Kraem Treasurer Gale Knudson Yell Leader Ron Thompson Presrdent benror Memorles r P1cn1c Band Chorr Pe p C lub GAA Letter man C lub Jumor Prom Theme Carousel 1n the Park Senlor Year GAA Letterman Pep Club Cho1r Honor Socxety Successful Llttle Blg S1ster PICHIC Successful Semor, .Tumor Dance Senlor Play ' My Man Godfrey Semor Ball Theme Red S3115 1n the Sunset" Klng Ron Thompson Queen Donna Roal at 1 Q. K n. K 3 lflfff 4 . ..... .. . .....l4 ' ' ...... . . ....Z1 --Z0 ' U' '------- -1 .......... ...IZ Tumblmg Club ............ .4 A1lSChOO1 play . H . - ll C J A ............... . ..l5 -, ................ ..l2 ..'. 1 .tlg 'U ...... U4 - ................ .Nw ' --------- --4- 3 2 ' .............. Z0 ' ................... 23 ' ' 'W' ' ' 1 ll " - . H . . " ' ......... H28 8 LOLA MARIE AKEN A perfect lady to those who know ,' Jr,Re Crossl 1 3-Pres. ' FH A 12 3 4 A11bchoolPlay1 Honor Soctety 1 3 4 Pep Llub 4 Eagle 34 MARGARET MAY ARNOT MARGE 1 gomg to bea farmer e cr Johns? GAA 2 Pr s 4 l'r1 H1 Y2 34Chap 3 onor Socrety 34 S Eagle 4 Pep Club 3 4 Offlce JRCdCrOssl FHA 12 CLA UDINE IEAN BAGGARLEY A srlent new gal that made a btg rmpressron Entered from Whrtc Swan 1954 Grrls League DARRELL DEAN BERGA M BLRGIE L1fe IS what you make of rt somebody goofed Letterman s Club234 H1 Y23-1 Cho1r3 Bas etball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 3 Tennls 3 Student COUDCII 2 3 Boy s Club Pres 3 L1brary 3 4 DORIS BERGEVIN LUKE and Tweedle dum Pep Cu 34 GAA 1234 Treas 2 Ir Red Cross 2 3 L1brary 4 Annual 4 G1rl s League Rep 2 EDWARD MARTIIN BORSETH Some men follow and he leads them Letterman s Club 3 4 Y 3 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 V 3 Honor Soctety 2 34 Youth Legls 3 Student Councrl 14 A S B Pres 4 Baseball 1 Basket ba 1 2 .3 4 Football 1 3 Q" uxk- f"V 1" nl' 141' i CAROL ANDERSON When she's good she s very grad but--' '. .A. 1.5 - r. e Cross I S L Lhorr 1 54 L1brary 1 OLIVE RUTH AYARS OLIE A sllent grrl that knows no fear Jr Red Cross 1 2 3 Gtrls League 1 2 3 4 IRIINE JANET BERG SWEDE Sllence rsdecelyrng Pep Club 2 3 4 Tr s F H A 1 2 3 4 Treas 3 L1brary 4 Lagle 4 DELORIS BLRGEVIN Tweedle dee Jr Red Lross I A 1 134 PepClub Teas 4 GAA1234 Tr as 3 V Pres 4 Trl H1 Y 4 Lrbrary 3 4 Homecomrng Prlncess 4 JOAN DARLENE BLINCOE IOANIE A l1tt1e work and lots of play doesn t make a hum drum day FHA 12 34Jr RedCross12 Chorr 1 4 Lrbrary 4 GERALD BREKUS HUS Father put the cows away I can not mtlk tomght Honor SOCISI 2 FFA 1234 B0ysClub19 BEVERLY BRINIX BEV A sweet gal mth a mee smrle t Jl' Red Cross l JERRY BROWN SPIKE on tt ua yay tered trom Rtegens Idaho Bov Club 4 5llAROIN LEIGII BUTTEREIELD Go IS my salvatlon F HA e Cen Charrman 3 Parlmt 4 student Red Cross ' Lastle 54 Asst Ed d 4 All Sehoo Pla Tumbltng Club 3 4 GEORGIA GRACE CASEBEER CASEY Oh those earrmgs' F H A .2 3 4 Chotr l 2 3 4 lr Red Cross JAMES CRABB LOBSTER School would be all rtght 1fI d1dn t have to study F F A l 7 Chorr 4 H1 Y 3 4 Stu nt Councrl 4 Boy s Club l 2 3 4 Baseball 3 DAN DICKINSON Oh these women' Hono Soctety 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 Foot bal 2 Math Assn of Amertca Award 3 vv- QQ BONNIE JO BROWN RED A Bryant gal at heart B 'N I 54 Jr Red Cross Lrbrary I Y 5 v-1 T' -Q 'X ,i I0 15 3 Cholt 34 Eagle PEGGY JO BROWN PEGS bhe talks so ltttle that you don t know what she thtnks F H A 1' 34 Jr RedCross2 3 4 Chotr JERRY DWAYNE CARTER Dont farnt gtrls Im real Letterman s Club I 3 4 Chotr l .2 3 4 111 Y 9 3 4 All5ehoolPlay Counctl 3 Honor Soctety 2 B V Pres 3 Track l Z Baseball l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Football l 2 34 Capt 4 MARIE CORIN ELL Whether she wtns or whether she loses she always smtles G A A Tr Sec 3 Ir Red Cross2 Chotrl 2 Pep Club 3 4 Pres 4 JOHN DENNIS BIG JOHN Down on the farm oh those pretty mtlkmalds F F A 1 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Letterman s Club 2 3 4 JAMES DUNNING lv The best of them never get the bestof htm Class Pres 2 Class Sec l All School Play 2 3 Prom Chatr Honor Soerety 2 3 4 Pres 4 Band 1 2 3 Debate 4 Boy s State 3 Homecommg, Co Chatr 4 Student Counctl 2 4 Annual 4, Sentor Play " ' 7 ' '- ' 0- Q " ' tf.u.A. rua, 3,43 c:h11r1,3,4g . 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' 9 ,- ,1 - CORDOIN GA RY DUSKIN GARY A gemusrn hrdrngl Letter mans Club 3 4 111 Y 3 4 C ass Pres 3 Jumor Prom Co Charr Student Counell 3 4 Senlor Ball o Charr 1 Cholr llonorsoerety 34 Youth Legrs Z Football 1 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 GARY LOWLLL ERICKSON SKIPPLR A black 40 Plymouth IS hrs meat A 2 Bo C u 1 2 3 4 T HOMAS ERICKSON TOM Wrtty to talk w1th handsome to walk w1th Football 4 Basket ball 3 4 Tenmsl 2 34 Letter man s Clubl Z 3 4 H1 Y 4 ee 4 Honor Soe1ety P DONNA FLANAGAN DONNIE When lrrsh eyes are smrlrng sure enough ll s Donna Enter ed from Mt Vernon 1954 F ll A 4 Chorr 4 DENIS FREDERICKSON FRECKLES Where drd you get all those freekle 'P Letterman s Club 3 4 BoysClub1234 ROBERT JAMES GIBSON jr BOB Bung good 15 an awful lonesome ob Honor Socrety 2 3 4 An nual 4 1 1' 4' if -1 JE' 6 if 'T ll DELMA JEAN DUTC HER DUTCH I never trouble trouble untrl troubl troubles me ep Clu C A A 34 Hon Soc Eag,le4 Jr Red Cross P 3 4 bee eas 4 F ll A LORLN DARO ERICKSOIN LRICK When study walks rn he walks ou FFAl'34l-lonoro erety 34 LYLE LESLIE EVANS Ile doesn t need a Joke book Iootballl 'P 4 Wrestlrng l 2 3 4 Letterman s Club 1 2 3 4 Base ball 'xlanager .2 LA RRY FORS MAN Any fool can study I m foo Boy s Club 1 2 34 DAVID WILLIAM FULLERTON FUZZY Grrls frrghten brml Wonder why'P FFA 1234 BoysClub 1 'P 3 4 ALBERT EDWARD GI ERSCH I can throw away trme elabor ate y Tennrs 2 3 4 H1 Y 4 Honor Socrety 2 Stage Crew 3 U H X . 1' . 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I 1:1 "' ' 3 ROBLR TA IAINL GILROY BOBBIE There ssomething about a sailor tllrke FHA 1 3Jr Cross 4 L1brary 4 Pep Band 1 GOLLLEN COODRIDGE COINNIE If kindness were golden she s rich Honor Society 3 4 F H A 1234lr R.edCross74 GARY HENDRICKSON GAR When study interferes wrth pleasure we cut out study Ban 12 3 Debate 3 4 H1 Y 4 Letterman s Club 2 3 Tennrs 3 4 Honor Society 3 4 AllSchool Play4 Football Manager 2 Sen tor Play EDNA MAE HOLLISTER SHRIMP Silence rs a vtrtue Entered from Monroe 1952 Jr Red Cross 2 3 Library 4 RICHARD HUGHES RICH He has no use for women or so he says! Letterman s Club 3 4- Pres. 4- Honor Society 4- Boy s Club Sec, 4- Hi-Y 3 4-Track2- 3 4-Basketball 1 2 3 4- Football HELEN ELIZABETH HUSON Z Often seen and never heard, . Red Cross 1,2 3- F.H.A. g Library 4. TN, -0 ""7 1 W2 ye 4' W '1 1 jg" -g ,, 1 nf X IOHIN GOLRLICH Lakew ood they love me there F F A 1 Choir 2 Honor Society 3 4 Boy s Club l 9 3 4 ODIW IIALE lt s better to be small then tall when you east a shadow I' F A I Z Honor Society 2 3 Choir 4 GI RALD HENDRY JERRY lle excels rn sports Letter man s Club 3 Boy s Club 12 3 4 Football 3 4 MARLENE HOLM She s a wishing, wishing wish rn A 2 3 4 bee Ir Red Cross 1 1 3 Honor Society 34 PepClub34 GAA 34 Senior Play DALE STUART HURN Been rabbit hunting lately? F.F.A. 1 2 3 4- Letterman s Club 3 4- Boxing and Wrestling 3 4- Football 1 2 3 4- Baseball 2. BILL JACOBS JAKE Oh those wavy tresses.' e - terman s Club 3- Boy's Club 1 2 IEANNEALYCEJACOBS JAKE Srlencersgolden for thts blond P Club34 GAA4 Grrls LeagueV Pres 4 FHA 123 4 Treas 4 Jr Red Cross 2 3 Llbrary 4 Student Counc1I 4 Chou 1 2 3 CORA LUCILLE IANES RED A qurck WII and a broad smrle Pep Club 3 4 Eagle 4 Jr Red Cross234 FHA 1234 en 1or Play ERNEST JENSEN JENS A skrp a day keeps school away Cho1rl2 34 BoysC1ubl 234 BETTY MARIE KEARNEY A Irve wrre that never gets stepped onoreven clrpped A 1234 Jr RedCros 2 3 Honor Soc 2 3 4 Chorr 1 2 Lrbrary 2 3 FRANCES ESTELLE KLINE FRAN I wouldn t be good rfl could and I couldn t 1f I would tered from Edmonds 1953 F H A 2 4 G1rl s League 3 4 ALVIN LOREN KRAETZ LOREN Some are gracrous but he just says good by A 12 Boy s Club 1 2 3 4 Class Treas M' 1 -0- 5, aw We II PATRICIA ANIN IACOBSON PAT She could be the cream ln any body s coffee Jr Red Cross 1 2FHA12Tr1H1Y34 p Club 34 Drrll Leader 3 Yell Leader 4 Lrbrary 4 Student Councrl 4 Chorr 1 2 3 ELMER WILLIAM JEINSEN FUDD Eat drrnk and be merry for tomorrow we may dlet School Play 3 CHOIII Boys Club 1 2 3 4 Senror Play MARCELLA JOHNSON MOE A pretty lass a wrtty lass and one we wrll always remember RedCross1 FHA 12 Sec 4 Eagle 3 4 Student Coun C1134 Asst Treas 3 Treas 4 Pep Club 4 Trl H1 Y 4 DONALD ANDREW KLIEN ZEEK Boys may come and boys may go on forever Football 1 3 sketba1l1F F A 12 Messenger 3 Senunel 4 Boy s Club 1 2 3 4 CLIFFORD GALE KNUDSON KNUTE lgreatmen are dymg Idon t f well myself Honor Socrety Lgtterman sClub2 3 4 Class Y l Leader 1 4 Eagle 4 Annual 4 Semor Play All School Play 4 Band 1 2 3 Football Manager 2 Baseball 2 Trackl DOROTHY KRA USE A blushrng brownette Enter ed from Tacoma 1953 F H A 3 Honor Soc 34 Hrstorran 3 Grrls League Rep 3 Sec 4 Trl H1 Y 4 Pep Club Carmval Queen 3 Chou 4 JEAN FLAINE LARK Is there such a thrng as a red headed ange1'P We found her' FHA 123 Ir RedCross234 Trl H1 Y 4 Gul s League Treas 4 Class bee 4 LEROY LLLW OOD LARBON Gtr s what are they 1 F F A 2 3 4 Letterman s Club 3 4 Track 3 4 Basketball Manager 2 3 4 IACOUELIINE D LOGAN JACKIE Geta load ofthat laugn sen 1or Play Jr Red Crossl School Play 2 3 Chorr l 4 An nual4 Pep Club3 4 Gxrls League Pres 4 KENNETH MATHIS KENNY Always put off trll tomorrow what you don twant to dotoday Boxtng 8. Wrestllng 34 Class Yell Leader 2 Basketball 3 MARLENE H METZ.GER METZ. A natural grft ofgab and how shedoesusert FHA 1234 Lrbrary 4 Chou l 2 3 4 Jr Red Cross l 2 Pep Club 3 4 MIRA MA E MURPHY MURPH There s a devrl dancrng rn her lush eyes Pep Club 3 4 Stu dent Councll 4 G A A 2 3 4 Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross 1 2 Annual 3 4 Edrtor 4 Semor Play WE -if TJ Q W'-v ig 1'-a ,.,, gl 'Uv' ii Nl Y Wim M X 14 LARRY LARSON LARS Notbashful Justcautlous Cholr 3 4 Letterman s Club 2 3 F A A ELLEN LIN DSTROM Srlence has rts advantages but l dont know what they are Jr Red C.ross2 Chorr l 4 Library H A V Pre ROBERT E MADSOIN BOB A handy man wtth a trumpet Bn 124 FHAl23C r 4 Trumpet Trto 4 BETTY LIND Quretness wrth a gay smrle FHA 1234 Jr RedCross2 ELIZABETH JANE MOCK BETTY Who sard gentlemen prefer blonds'P Tr H1 Y34 Pres 4 Youth Legts 3 Ir Red Cross 1 2 Glrls League Rep l Vrce Pres 3 Honor Soc1ety2 3 4 Chotr l 2 4 Senror Play Pep Club 4 VICE Pres 4 TERESE MARIE MURPHY TERRY He s got bell bottom trousers and coat ofnavy blue Pep Club 4 FH A 4 Lrbrary 4 Annua14 Chorr 1 Z 3 4 Gul s Ensemble 1 Grrl sDuo 1 Grrl s Trro 3 Mlxed Quartette 3 4 MARVIIN ILRRH NLWTON IERRY A real swell gux we should haw L lxllOlXIll11lll longer L111eredfro111 erett ll1 I 4 B1 Llu CAROL OLSON OLL Dxg that eraay haxr eur H1 Y F 1 3 Projecuon Head Projecuon 4 Stage 3 4 NORMA ILAIN Ol SON Oh D1elx1c oh D1Ck1e oh' o1r I .Z 3 4 7 Jr Lross 1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Pres 3 Pep Club 'S 4 Treas 3 bong, Leader 4 student C,OllIlCll DONALD NN ARRLN Pl TLRSEIN DOlN llerc I am xou lucky won Cll lJLhaIe4 bpeeel14 Boy sf lub 4 Slll RELLNL MARIL PULLIAM SHERRY ls she glgglll bagam or st11l9 1 124 FHA 103 Ir Cross 3 JAMES CARSTLIN RASMUSSEN lx We don r want hun any taller tan he 15 n lo F 3 4 V Pre GLORGINL OC llAlxlPA Lbll SHORT ll Look our world hen. leomel 1ual4 H A All be no Play l Llbrary 3 be111orPlay LARRY S OLbON Rrady or uor he salxwaxs1l1ere Football I A 54 All Norrlmesr 3 Baseball 0 TL11111 54 H1 Y 34 Chaplm Z arudem C ounc1l onor bouerw le '11 Club7 34 C, r 2 All school llay 7 'NORNIXN DL XX OLQON bO'x'NY Lwerg. 111.111 ha hrs C.lLX1llSl1 1110 lllt.IllS but honestlv' H Y Qs V IQ: l Jeerron 4 mage 4 Basketball DONN X JEAN PETLRSON PETEY she laughs and the world laughs m lher A 4 Tu 1 111 1 4 4 holr 1 4 Annual 4 All School Play Jr Red Cross 1 P MARVIN PUMPHREY MARV God bless the man thatmx emed seep BoysClubl"34 IANll:L AINN RATEIXIIN She could teach the world how to smlle G A A 4 Choir 1 4 Pep Club 3 4 Gul s League Rep 4 Jr Red Cross l " 1xAT11RYX LL1 Rl 1N1lCl1 D 1xAT1ll Dylldllllln eo nw 111 1 1a11 paek Ls' PwC ub Jr Red 1 o1r l 1 13 o 5 11101 Grrl LnsL11blt M1xtuQuarttttc 4 Honor Soc etx ' 34 Annual 4 HOLANDA IEAIN ROSENBAC 11 ROSEY lgttalong, and how' Honor bot 1 3 4 bg, 18 A ep C 111b 14 and 1 'S a lorette I JOSEPH THOMAS SABC7 TC,M Hou about a corn roast? Band 1 3 Football Manager 1 terrnan 5 C lub 2 'S ROBLRT WALTLR SAPP SOB a me luekx 1 1 Honor oclety B y s C lub 1 BOINNII' LLL Sl AYTON SIIORTY Brg nrprrses con1e111l1tt1L pack agcb Jr Red Cross o1r B n P Danu. Band 1 5 ltbrary 1 1xARE1N SUSANNL STOLSLN STOLS "love makes the xxorld go round, and I'm d1zzy " Lntered from Hoquram 191' C o1r , , , FHA P,'3, RLDOFICIZ, Jr Red Cross ',1,Tr1 H1 Y2,3,4,Annua1 4, Homecomrng, Prrncess 4 1-7 Q' s "S 1 Vx 5 0"5 3' DONNA JEAN ROAL SADIE RL11 cute real gone always junrprng around 1 A 1'11Y 1 4 Jr Cross 1 2 Student f,OllI1L11r3 4 Song Leader 3 Yell Leader Pep Llub 3 4 Tllfllbllflg C,lub '3 4 Cho1r 1 7 4 Honor Soc 2 34 MARILYN GERALDIN E RUDE LYINN Her SIICDCC IS almost deafen 1n Fntered from Marysulle c s F 2 3 4 Lrbrary 4 C,11o1r 3 NANJCY SHARON SALBLRG BROWNIL So what done do non P F H A R 5 Il H1 Y 'S 4 Treas 4 PepC lub34 Sec 3 Student Counc11 4 Song Leader 4 Honor bOC1CIy 2 Chou 5 DELAINII ll SELL DEE I ve got a date NVlI1'l a dream A I Jr Red Cross 2 H1 Y 2 34 bee 3 Youth Leg1s C la ec 1 C lass Trea Pep C,lub 3 bong, Leader 3 Stu cnt Counul 'Z Chou 1 A A1 Z Annual Edrtor 4 WALTER SNYDER WALT 1 ll take you up on that Tom! Entered from Snohomrsh H11953 Band 3 4 Boy s Club 3 4 LIV ELISE STORWICK A Wlfllllllg, srrule, a wmmng way, but never very much to say ' C horr l,11,'3, G1rl's Ensemble 2, Honor Socrety 2, Pep Club 3,4, S c 4,Tr1 H1 Y 3,4, V Pres 4, FHA l,Z, Jr Red Cross 2, All School Play 3, Homecomrng Queen 4 MARIOIN A TAYI OR Has anybody seen my camera? Lettermans Club 34 H1 Y 4 Bo mg 81 W LSIIIIIQ, l 2 3 4 123 Traek34 Ba Basketball Manager 3 Football Nlanager 3 Photography C lub 2 3 4 CAROLH IN MARIE THOMPSON A QUICI gal w1th lots of SIIIDI non C ub 3 4 F Red Cross 2 RAYMOND EARI TI-IORSEIN He sshort buthe s wtse and he s a terror for h1s slze OIT 4 H1 Y Edtto F F A 1 Student Co11nc1l Base b 3 4 Honor SOCICIY 2 3 B Pre MARJORIE ELLEN TURKOVICH Keen sense and common sense st1ll leave room for nonsense 234 V Pres 3 T bl1ng1 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Pep Club 3 4 Yell Leader 4 F H A T as ,lr Red Cro Student Counc1l 4 Cho1r I 2 DONALD R. WICK DON I m a self made man and I love my maker TCIIIIIS 2 3 4 Lttterman s Club 2 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Annual 4 Honor SOCICIY P 3 llomecommg Co Cl1a1rman 4 Student Counc1l 4 Stage4 A S B Bus1nessManag er 4 .IOEILA MAXINE WILKINS "He hath put a new song ID my mouth." Chotr 1,2,3,4, G1r1's Ensemble 1, G1rl'sTr1o l,2,3,4, G1rl's duo3,4, Tumblmg 2,3,4, L1brary 3, Art 3. RONALD R. TIIOMPSOIN RON W hat made you so tall? ass Pres 4 3 4 Trea 4 Letterman s Club 34 ec 'Ireas 4 Xnnua 3 4 7 3 Eagle 4 Chou 4 Stu nt COUIICII 4 Baskttball l .2 3 4 RI DIE A THOMSEIN IIGGS Cramrmng, makes some suse but II makes me othervuse 1334 Sec 3 Trac l.etttr1r1an s C lub 2 3 4 Basket bal I GLENN EDWARD TISSUE I m a man after my own heart butl d rather have ag1rlafter1t Cho1r 1 2 3 4 Honor Soc1ety 2 3 4 Boy s Quartette 2 3 M1xed quartette 4 Football 4 PETER M VER HEUI. PETE You can t go wrong dontg r1ghr A 1234 BoysClub LYLE WIDMARK WOODY I m 1n the Navy now BoysClubI234 IANE MARIE WILLIAMS 'Never wtshlng, never wanttng, always gettmg Ir Red Cross l,2,3,4, Rep. 3, L1 brary 4 GARH ZWICKER MIKE If action speaks louder than words why talk? F F A 1 234 Reporrer3 Pres 4 Honor Society 234 Senior Play H LLOFF Popular Girl Popular Boy Prettiest Girl 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. . . Cutest Girl. . Cutest Boy. . . Neatest Girl . Neatest Boy . Talented Girl Talented Boy . Flirtatious girl. . Flirtatious boy . Best disposition-g irl Best disposition-boy Mischievous girl . . Mischievous boy Peppiest girl . Peppiest boy Quietest girl . . . Quietest boy . . FV,w 2 NE A 9 l Donna Roal Ed Borseth Karen Stoleson Jerry Carter Marie Cornell ,Larry Olson Miramae Murphy Jim Dunning Margie Turkovitch Gary Duskin Norma Olson Gale Knudson Ellen Lindstrom Gary Hendrickson . . . ,Marlene Metzger Darrell Bergam , Liv Storwick . . Ron Thompson , , , , Delaine Sele . . . . Don Wick . . Joella Wilkins . . . . Glenn Tissue . Nancy Salberg . Rudie Thomsen Marcella Johnson , Ray Thorson . . . . Sharon Butterfield Tom Erickson Patti Jacobson . John Goerlich . Colleen Goodridge . . Dan Dickinson SENIOR ILL Lola Aken leaves so qu1etly we d1dn't hear her go Carole Anderson leaves th1s t1me for good and the altar Margaret Arnot leaves to become a country g1rl Ruth Ayars leaves wxth a '54 grad Claudme Baggerly leaves for Wh1te Swan Irene Bergleavesfor Iceland toJo1nthecnher Bergs Darrell Bergam leaves the Arl1ngton Eagle w1thout a feather Delorxs Bergev1n leaves st1ll lookmg for Dor1s Dor1s Bergevm leaves to become a beach comber Joan Bl1ncoe w1lls her skates to someone w1th a soft p1llow Ed Borseth w1lls h1s pres1dency ofA H S to anyone who can Gerald Brekkus leaves to m1lk the cow Beverly Brxnkleaves unbenounced Bonn1e Brown leaves for Bryant Jerry Brown leaves h1s roadmaps 1n h1s locker Peggy Brown leaves the m1meograph room empty Sharon Butterf1eld leaves to become a second Steve Wrlson Jerry Carter w1lls h1s l1ttle black book to George Carlson Georg1aCIasebeer'w1Hs her naturalcurlsto Karen Taylor hdarxe Cornellleaves on water sk1s J1m Crabb st1ll p1nch1ng John Denn1s leaves w1th a certam semor gal Dan D1ckenson leaves for a gabfest w1th Dave Fullerton J1m Dunn1ng leaves to g1ve L1berace a run for h1s money Gary Duskm leaves on water sk1s also Delma Dutcher w1lls her tan to Ruth Peterson Gary Er1ckson w1Hs hxsfrecklesto LoreHe Fredr1ckson Loren Er1ckson leaves for McAlp1n's Serv1ce Torn Er1ckson leaves to buy a wooden leg Donna Flannagan leaves lookmg for a real Swede Larry Forsman leaves the teachers happy Denny Fredrlckson w1lls h1s SIZC to Carolyn Spencer Dav1d Fullerton leaves everyone wondermg what he sounds l1ke Bob G1bson w1Hs h1s'39 Chev uJanyone'who can put1ttogether Ed G1ersch w1lls h1s blonde ha1r to Gerald Shroedl Roberta G1lroy leaves marr1ed to a sa1lor Colleen Goodr1ch leaves qu1ckly but qu1etly John Goerl1ch w1lls h1s bashfullness to John Larson Odm Hale leaves h1s late sl1ps clutter1ng up the off1ce Gary Hendr1ckson w1lls h1s wavy ha1r to Stan Tate Gerald Hendry w1lls hrs Amer1can H1story notes to someone who thenu Edna Mae Holl1ster leaves for K1nney's Marlene Holm leaves her ser1ous manners to Dav1d Hawkms R1chard Hughes leaves h1s coord1nat1on to Louls Bahls Dale Hurn leaves h1s two front teeth to the bunmes Helen Huson w1lls her quxetness to Audry Larson B1ll Jacobs w1lls h1s curly ha1r to Don Olestead Jeanne Jacobsleavesfor beder hunung grounds Patty Jacobson leaves w1th Norman Cora Janes uuHs her southern.drawlto any h'lol'northerner Elmer Jensen leaves to become the th1n man 1n the Slde show Erme Jensen left Marcella Johnson leaves st1ll flashmg her brown eyes Betty Kearney leaves thmkmg about gett1ng marr1ed. buck John Can USC - - a c - . a 1 - 4 . a 1 0 . a - Q . . 4 - n - - . . - - 1 . . 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Don Kllen w1lls h1s hot rod Plymouth to Harry Harr1er Fran Kl1ne left to get marr1ed Gale Knudson leaves 1n a cloud of smoke Loren Kraetz leaves 1n a manure spreader Dorothy Krause leaves st1ll blush1ng Jean Lark leaves w1th Lola to become a secretary Larry Larson w1lls h1s Purex bottle to Don Kempf LeRoy I arson w1lls h1s phone b1lls to A H S Betty L1nd leaves her blonde ha1r to Joyce Llddle Ellen Lmdstrom leaves 1n a blue Chev Jack1e Logan leaves Mr Ludwmck wmthout a good ass1stant Bob Madson leaves h1s trumpet to Martha Gruwell Kenny Math1s leaves th1s school 1n a d1ther Marlene Metzger leaves st1ll talk1ng Betty Mock leaves her good looks to Jamce Taylor M1ramae Murphy leaves her cow bell for Mr Larson to use 1n h1s band Terese Murphy leaves her short ha1r to Prxcmlla Hale Jerry Newton came just mn t1me to leave Georgme Ochampaugh leaves her d1amonds to anyone who can match her record Carol Olson w1lls h1s wavy ha1r to Waldme Zlmmerman Larry Olson leaves crylng Norma Olson leaves her long ha1r to Janet Hughes Norman Olson leaves for the lnd1anapol1s speedway Don Peterson left early Donna Peterson leaves her ab1l1ty to fhrt to someone who w1ll make good use of lt Sherlene Pull1am leaves M1ss Ulery 1n peace Marv Pumphry w1lls h1s st1ll to Daryl Gentry J1m Rassmason w1lls h1s s1ze eleven shoes to Larry Evans Jamel Ratekln leaves to Jom the Waves Kathryn Relnbold leaves for the beauty parlor Donna Roal w1lls her Amer1can Hlstory book to some unlucky Jun1or Yolanda Rosenbach leaves Bryant wlthout a steady customer Mar1lyn Rude leaves the books 1n the l1brary neat Tom Sabo left plenty of fake excuses 1n the off1ce Nancy Salberg leaves her brown eyes to Paula Schulberg Bob Sapp leaves to become a nov1l1st Delame Sele leaves cause she fmally hooked Allen Walt Snyder leaves Whew' ' ' " Bonme Slayton leaves st1ll beat1ng her drums Donna Speed leaves early ln a yellow Merc Karen Stoleson leaves Pete wonder1ng L1v Storwlck leaves for Happy Valley Marmon Taylor leaves the dark room "11t' ' Carolyn Thompson leaves for Ellensburg wmth Marg1e Ron Thompson leaves h1s he1ghth to Frank1e Rezac Rud1e Thompson leaves st1ll talkmg to the ducks Ray Thorson leaves h1s V1ce Presxdency to anybody who can handle lt as well Glenn T1ssue w1lls h1s votce to Lou1s Stangland Marg1e Turkov1ch leaves Mrs Norman w1thout a r1ght hand gmrl Peter Ver Huel leaves for church Don W1ck leaves wlth a carload of g1rls Lyle W1dmark leaves to become an Adm1ral Joella W1lk1ns leaves her sxster to s1ng alone Jane W1ll1ams leaves w1th Erwm Gary Zw1cker leaves Webster's Dlctlonary all mlxed up. . X 1 . I ' . -, . . . . n 1 . - , ..... u . .' . . - 1 . 0 NANH lola Xken C3fOlC Anderson Nlarvaret Arnot Ruth Axars Claudme Bagggarley Irene Berg Darrell Berga Delorls Berqevm Ioan Blmeoe Lei Borseth Gerald Brekhus Beverly Brmk Bormre Broun Jerry Brown Peqgv Brown Sharon Butterfreld Jerry C arter Georgra Casebeer Mane Cornell IllTl Crabb John Denms Dan Drekenson Irm Durmmq Gary Duskm C HX AcTfRIsF1C ur Nlarred lrttle Busy lereed ears long llall' XX omen? Short hair Black harr l7I'EZSld6IlI Grmnmg Lasy QQO1 Quret D1lrf6f6llI schools Glasses C Ute Good lookmg l hm Frrendly Tease Husky Conservauve Wrnmg Brown eyes NH Alfxxl SS Shorthand Ludens Cousghdrops The farm B1 larmgs Short haxr omen Intematronal prex ups Skarrng Gary Ag class A Sernor boy Joan Travelmsr Typmg Journallsm Hrghvxay Q9 Pat people Water skrmq, Speech l-oorball Stneiymg Skns She lrxes m town Zl ll I C Seeretary on the t 5 on the a Housexslfe Salesuoman lll jeuelrx store 1r t Women hater Sllll drrx mtl the truek Strll Ifklllg, C allmg Dr Duskm Happy farmer larmer s xxlfe l7lCl'ClIlQ!, Joan up off the floor bomexxhere m the south seas Grandma C uh reporter Lollegle Marrled to the a Man Still lI'VlllQ, Orator Head eoaeh at Notre Da me Retrred Nurse mard of the Drrty w Vetermarran DXING WORDS S lor Moya" Jom Plek up tour feet' Why elon t you wash your ears? e l ton look a poodle Women lhrs darn th Ll Wlll somebodx he p me up? Not me Garv the LOVE Ne xx Il ls that rmhtv Honestly Joan Here leo aga ' 'slow klddres when tus a grrl an l wrrte oh1tuaryP ls that rruht? Re me mher vour eller' ll make rr off dock yet But I haxe so much to say I1t that 11 e Ho hun' ldrd my hest Strelx out your tongue A' r i l 1 R f 2 I 'Q 'ffl' 20 'IARS Hifi BIZ 'A' ' f , .' 1 She I F ' Q -- - ' Oh' Sl atY Q V . " 1 n t ' I Q Still ' 3,0 l A ,, f ' 'till - f rm l T! , ' ' P' ' I 3 ' Q - ' f ' f V ' . ' T ' Haj vslylyist A W -l , T 'like H X m ' - W Y ' - I " V' . ' ' e A 5 ' ' "- 'fl I in. Doris Bergevin Cjarefree Everett Single Okay, Syl H ' f 4 L Q A gf' v f' . ,tl ,1 I I - , J V., I 'i 'i -' s -- mv in. 3 ' T f ' 2 - - c: -' I V' N I 4 l " X F t f 2 f 4 ' A I ' 3 'A 3 -' I' -' this I d--- 'j . h ' Y ' I ' . 'n Y ' ,' ' A 1 . NAME Delma Dutcher Gary Errckson Loren Er1ckson Tom Er1ckson Lvle Evans Donna Flanagan Larry Forsman Dennxs Freder1ckson D8Vld Fullerton Bob G1bson Ed Grersch Roberta GIITOY Colleen Goodr1dge Od1n Hale Gary Hendr1ckson Gerald Hendry Edna Mae Holl1ster Marlene Holm Rlchard Hughes Dale Hurn Helen Huson B111 Jacobs Jeanne Jacobs Pat Jacobson Cora Janes Elmer Jensen CHARACTERISTIC Talkmg Worklng Grease monkey Bare feet Husky Chattermg Sleepy Ereckles leuzzy Moods Mustcal Seamstress S ry Sl1m Wavey ha1r 1 Glasses Honor Roll That walk Broken teeth Good natured Fast talker Blonde Yell leadrng Red ha1r Crew cut WEAKNESS GOSSID columns Work Gary Tennrs G1rls Mt Vemon My bed Bowlrng Grrls 39 Chev Jenft Callfornxa S1lence Dave Tom School Kenme s Barn Baby SIIIIDQ Lettermen s Club Model A Study Hall? Penmansh1p Gale Norman Henna r1nse Clg3fS 22 20 YEARS HENCE Louella Parsons ll Worker Owner of the Un1on O11 Co WHSJIIIIQ hrs feet agarn St1ll hunt1ng L1v1ng 1n Mt Vernon R1p Van Wrnkle P1n boy Bachelor Chauffeur of the D1rty 5 Chotr drrector of the D1rty 5 L1v1ng w1th Earl Ltbrarran Evangehst Glamour puss D1rty 5 Pr1nc1pal of A H S St1ll danc1ng Nurse Ballet dancer DCIIIISI 20 years older Pencrl maker St1ll saylng no Dental ass1stant Bald Manufacturer of El Ropos DYING WORDS And my f1rst exclu SIVC Gee l m tlredl Regular or Lthyl? Let me d1e Wllll my boots off' Oh' Heck' Sure an ll s been un' Good n1te' Down on frvel Be QUIEI' Here comes the am bulancel Ill lt' Cal1forn1a Here come' Shhh' Y all come But II s really natu rally curly' We ll th1nk about ll May I have th1s dance? There ll be some changes made' lfl could only stay on the stage Well I learned from exper1ence' Lrfe gets ted1ous don t ll So long I m sorry l m busy that n1ght The l1ttle brat b1t me' But 1n my youth lm SICK' ' ' f . . ,S . John Goerlich Peppy Pep assemblies Cheer leader Ready. Let's go! ' .I ' ' ' t . . . of , , - Be ' ' ' ' ' Q ' I NAML Ern1e Jensen Marcella Johnson Betty Kearney Don Kle1n FFBUCIS Kllne Gale Knudson Loren Kraetz Dorothy Krause Iean Lark Larry larson LeRoy Larson Betty L1nd Ellen Lmdstrom Iack1e Logan Bob Madso11 Ken Math1s Marlene Metzger Betty Mock Mlramae Murphy Terese Murphy Jerry Newton Ge org1ne Ocha mpa ugh Carol Olson Larry Olson C IIARACTERISTIC' Out of sehool Darrmgton Tall Blonde ha1r Marr1ed C'lass clown Penny plncher Armable Red ha1r POIIIC Basketball manager Perox1de Blue Chev That laugh Glasses Scatterbram Open mouth Personallty Polltlcs New D1amonds 41 Chev 1 XNEAKNESS The offrce Money Men Plymouths Barry SITIORIIIQ Penmes Shorthand Stravxbemes Perox1de Mr Ludwlck School Carol Lake Armstrong Trumpet Oso Talk1ng Salt Lake C1ty Republ1cans Navy Blue Jeans Men Ellen Everett g1rls 23 Z0 X EARS IIENCE Member ofthe school board Balancmg the books llrgh school teacher C ar dealer Mother C omedtan of the Drrty v Stlll D1IlCIllIlg Nurse Strawberry farmer Barber Coach at Snoho m1sh S at A ll S Mrs Waterlogged Optometr1st 7 feet tall Wore out three IOHSIIS Manager of DSVIS Salt MINES Repubhcan woman pI'CS1d6I'lI Pushlng 40 Manager of LeV1S nc B1gam1st Marrled P E teacher DY ING WORDS I never acted that way' Maybe Bermee can do rt' ll 111 you boys stav after schoolf llanna drag? Shhh' llave you heard the one about Gotta save save save Bedpan? I ou nussed a berry' Oh my goshl I d1dn t mean to' Do they have school 1Il heaven? If I go you go' Blurp' l d go to vtork11'l could f1nd my off1ce I ll go down f1QZ,IlI1Ilg Don t talk about me when I m gone' ll ater water' lfl m elected I prom1s you Dlg Mel Somebody goofed' XVIII! r1ngs on mv fmgers Now Jr Put my football IU w1th me' : 3 ' K 1 1 , I 1, - ,N 1 ' 1 1 1 7' I ' ' .un .,, - V ' m 19 ' - t H u 1 . I ' BQ ' . . ' NAME Norma Olson Norman Olson Don Peterson Donna Peterson Sherlen Pullram Mar rn Pumphrey Irm Rassmussen Ian1elRatek1n Kathryn Rernbold Donna Roal I olanda Rosenback Marrlyn Rude Tom Sabo Delarne Sele Bonnre Slayron walt Snyder Nancy Solberg Donna Speed Karen Stoleson Lrv Storwtck Marlon Taylor Rudre Thomsen Carolyn Thompson Ron Thompson Ray Thorson Marjorre Turkovrch Peter Verhuel Don Wrck Lyle Wtdmatk Ioella Xkrlkrns Jane Wrllrams Gary Zwlcker CHAR XCTI RISTIC Song leader Tan Soft spoken Fltrt Sarlors Sleepy Home brew Pleasant Neat Clothes Laugh Srlent Awkward Polrshed saddles Small Sktpprng Brown eyes Smrlrng Vrvactous Pert lmprsh Huntrng Slrm Lanky Drmples Athletrc Man of few words Casanova Woody Artrstlc Lrvrng WLARNESS Dtck Pattre Loud mouths Alaska Theatre e Strlls Woody Apples Horses Hmmm? Lattn Dancrng Safeway employee Drums 7th perrod Teachers Cream Merc Clothes It s debatable Photography Ducks Rarnbow Basketball Irm and Ron Mrs Norman Home lrfe Grrls Ianrel Srngrng L e Webster s drctronary 21 Z0 YLARS lll:NC L Mrlkmatd Gorng steady Leader of the Mafr Frsherrnan s wrfe Mrss Pullram Matress tester Head taster at Ratner Brewery Older and wrser Apple grower Booky Who knows? Lattn teacher Teacher for Arthur Murray 20th annrversary Gene Kruppa ll W O Hunttng for a man Strll cream Merc Creator of the Stoleson Look Manufacturer of elevator shoes Casey crrmc photographer Makrng down prllows School teacher Bevo s understudy Veep Home E teacher Bachelor Gardener at Mc Nerl Island Admrral Star ofthe 'vlet Lrvewrre Ag Professor DYING WORDS Pump the tall' Aren t you ready yet Pat? The Jrg s up' Frshrng for the hal 1 et I have lrved and loved I m trredl Put me rn the vat and I ll d1e happy I have nothrng to say A worm' Odds are 20 to l Kept you guessrng drdn t I? Vent vrdl VlC1 Takes two to tango Ya wanna bet' 'I Boom' ' I 20 mtnutes left Serlously now Let s get a new car Stan You ll have to use Scotch tape to hold rt up Well you could use strlts Look at the bordy A Choo' I' Trme out' Thrs leaves me speechless Won t YOU eat rt Rudy? At least I dred free when I have wrngs of an ANGEL Old soldrers never dre they just smell that way Do re me Oh to lrve agarn It s thrs way class r . . N I 3 1 ,-- .- A - 1 -- w. A , I , T . ' . ,' iv A - - 1 . A, . . , , " I 'a s s . ' 4' 1 V' .' ' - '-b Q B d ' " , . , . . . Y ' I . . - . ' O ' A. . . L. ' . I . I ' . V, I ' . . , Q . U ' . . ' ' I ' ' h- ' ' Oh. , . . . . , ' l - . , Y t 5 . ,. . . . , , Q ' , , , -- ' ' ' ' sf' ' ' , ' ', 1' v - - , . ' I 1 'O Why dont you htlph1m Larry? 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' . .S-v - f , v A D 1 U , . ' R: vi s ' fi 4 l I ,fx . 5 -' v ,n,'g'X 5 ,,'A YK , . , I auf ' JV! ' ' I l. ' AL '-'A - ' Ex. . ' ' In X I - mfg-1 fr in, A lf, , V . Tyra .55-the -' f . v ' ,, t 'jf lI'-O- ' ". - , v l :npr - -U ' ' ' , 'j v ..,, SC A , A T' . 4 I - j X' I E1 ' t ' E I.. . ' .. 3 ' I x - gf f fit? 5 .1 I.. . K 2 ' I .,, - 1 , , I x ' ' 1' , 7 4 H , , n Q i r , X x ' . I - I . 1g?'f I fe umm 1 , ' + gi - x I A k-" 'f ' , Wy, JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Jack Larson, Presidentg David Hawkins, Yell Leaderg Carolyn Robb, Sec.- Treas.g Mr. Lord, Advisor: Lyle Lindquist. Vice President. JUNIOR GIRLS: FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj Jo Anne Cox, Juanita Rhynard, Janet Bauch, Charlotte Ayars. SECOND ROW: Irene Soma, Mary Koreze, Sharlene Kraetz, Marcine Bollinger, Carolyn Templeton. Margaret James, Mar- tha Gruwell, Margaret Halverson, Carolyn Robb, Janice Erickson. Arlene Nysether, Marilyn Tillman, Kathy Dixon, Margie Cornehl. THIRD ROW: Joanne Muller, Arlyn Erickson, Mary Miller, Darlene Yount, Greta Thorsen, Caro- lyn Spencer, Connie Giebel, Bernice Johnson, Barbara Dennis, Carol Goodridge, Geniel Ingham, Maureen Richter, Rosemary Swanson, Carol Warren, Irene Wahl, Pauline Morrison. FOURTH ROW: Darline Fontaine, Joanne Sante- ford, Rosemary Hankins, Ruth Peterson, Trudie Shea, Phyllis Lien, Jean Lohr, Helen Hurn, Marilyn Borseth, Lois Parker, Barbara Sele, Joan Boursaw, Carla Metzger, Janet Hoidal, Pat Johnson, Sonja Wangsmo, Agnes Olson. F it 'Ln g ab 4' x.-- tif JU IOR CLASS ' CCG PLI I-IME TS f- l S ' . i - 51 N A X Gave a successful Junior Pr . Q 0 V ' Gave a Junior, Seni Dar , A l 1 , 1 X1 X 19 members in Hon iety.-'JO , t 15 members in Ban . ,lf J , tl l ' l2 members in P lub.WL 79 2 4 X1 14 memb rs i . A. ' , D .f L ' 10 memb r ' ettey en's b.' XV ll' x - , I JULWSI K Yff A f ' 'NRL 1 ,9 44' ,JM W fi, L. ' l L . 'f ' , . . al' ll lvl! X LY! in 'I "P 1 K- 1 1 ' fl! . ,U Nfl l s , Vik!! rf L ,V it qi -,I Spin if ,V f or V' if J ,Lf fl' ' , 1' , V, I - X. If of A 0.2! ' 1 , MV ff '- -f -' OV ski' i 1, DL x. ,' I lll Q b fl ' ll K xv fu J FIRST ROW: Cleft to rig tb Lyle Lindquist. Mo e Ness. Larry Evans. George Giebel, Ronald Mathis. SECOND ROW: Walter Moran, Roy Daily, Fred Rice, Gerald Mc Kenzie, Jim Kingston, Bob Loveland, Donald Kallstrom. John Larson. Leonard Nelson, Stan Tate. Earl Bauch. Donald Borseth, Wes Rosenbach. THIRD ROW: George Carl- son, John Landis, Jim Blunck, Jim Ream, Jim Reed, Jim Lindquist, Lee Anderson, Larry Taylor, Darrell Sapp, Ray- mond Peake, Louis Stangland, Charles Williams, Jim Hathaway, Keith Jensen. FOURTH ROW: Gary Mose, Viggo Thomsen, Bob Gustavason, Gene Meyers, Howard Williams. Harold Bleek, Denny llammerly, Gerald Schroedl, Jack Larson, Glenn Carlson, Terry Bunton, David Hawkins, Gary Norman, John Jacobson, Bill Twidale. 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Pima?-SKC Elm.-.f-:m I ....-.moru,"'7Jx: ru'-H 3 JQOOQ :'Q.D+5OE',,:r :AE :CUSS 'DTOQPUOH - :FHEFFU G 0-3 000 .-,mg-.QN-5-cn wF6'5H-5?-'.5 m,-.cn:'19E-K,'- wa-4 .-. -,T 22.3"-"-'ZJUJEO Qmci:,...,,,,.,H O:1""mmv-:mm i: mst-4o'..5 :'g7q:.'....5g5in, :swam :1 52'g,'3":,3' "C'3UJk42'nT 25'um2'mN--0 :,:':'-i5'Smr :3w'w5 712-Soma P1 0,5 --U3 2.2! 29-- N g7:'-lmroqg . f cu.. . 4Ig,:d5,- SD 'C:."",:..C:"': 22-222228 k4i"f3:1i"F'c:: W H s -f .N .ki SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Gary Vance, Vice Presidcntg Dong, Wliitlcy, Yell Leaderg Mae Wright, Sccrctaryg Mr. Munizza, Advisorg Ronny Rod, President. lf f t F 55 L. ITT' v r I. 4 J J' If -E, in sud! 1, Q 45-!k4i, SOPHOMQRE CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENTS I V J ' Gave a masquerade dance . J fl Gave a Soph.-ifrosh dance 1 33 Members in Honor Society rf' - 4 ' , l4 Members in Band ,Q '- f' fl ,, ' .I . I N 1 4 N X .f 20 Members in Choir h ' B Boys in Lettermen's Club V A V I I L J ' Girls in G. A. A. 1' jg ,f 'if ff, v I jlflfs ' -' A J .cl , :- , ,,,. ,JILL K- 1 ff? I-' ',' 4'1fG..f .,ft.-fx,-1,-" f ws- ' 701 'XP . !'- ffm." 11,2 :J 1' N' fi ,,4f'ef'L'L 1' ,5 I k f , f f . ,I , - ' ' ' ' s A , ' ' ix NAM 1 LJ ,bis , j ly Ol Y Kiln v I x N, X .Va L kai ' ' J . I ' ' tl 1 1 ff 'WL'!X' 1:1 A s- . ,, J J sf . y. Jo 1 i, t Q-wwf , ,, . T' -1 , I ' ,fl r ' r 'f 'rv ri , KN, f 'xc 1,1 ekekii Q11 1 , v I 'ff' J. . T1 .Yi s J, Qt wif' fl' X w - ,w ' M i 41 7-f 4 - Q W W " 1 'AL i t i . ' Ie M i 4 , L ,fcfllx fiixx' ,HV I' F 3 ,. f ik 5 mf' 'I !,w I. yyjff A , J X J Al JN. ik " Vgl Lnvv 24, 'lvkvjjr ' KJV' , -ss 2 V 144-'fy 1, is 1 11+ 5 FIRST ROW: fleft to rightj Wayne Qulitz, Jim Anderson, Walt Kempf, Martin Danner, Denny James, Joe Whit- taker, Ralph Knutson, Roy Strotz, Bill Giersch. SECOND ROW: Eugene lilcfson, John Gallaugher, Stanley Tnrko- vich, Doug Whittley, Gary Vance, Alvin Tryon, Gary Peterson, Gary Jacobson, Ronnie Rod, Danny James. THIRD ROW: Jack Williams, Jerry Holmes, Don Olstad, Mike Hogglund, Jack Brooks, Al Kissner, Ron Russell, Skip Me- lum, Denny Duskin, Richard Lohr. Gerald Nysether, Denny Miller, Bob Krause, Gene Rust. FOURTH ROW: Frank ck Jensen, Darrell Gentry, Selvin Stensen, Bob Rylie, Glen Hurn, Bruce Hubert, Laurence Jim Waugh, James Ballard, Donald Swanson, George Russell. Russell, David Land, Di Rued, .Q 'ao .. 5 UZ' sf' 2' r '.00v if 0 if N ' ."-- n y lg' X OO 1 I ff s ff' f W' s Q ' 1 W FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: Frank Rezac, Yell Leaderg Stan Nelson, Vice President, Bobby Nor- man, Presidentg Mr. Gunderson, Advisor, Vernon Kinney, Sec.-Treas. FIRST ROW: Cleft to righty Barbara Rice, Susan Rude, Ardis Anderson, Donna Madson, Judy Little, Kathy Rathert, Helen Raymond, Carolyn Warrick, Verna Nordine, Rosalie Stoakes, Carol Johnson, Doreen Swanson, Alice Taylor. Peggl' Iames. SECOND ROW: Ann Tate, Arlene Vroman, Rose Sundstrom, Barbara Brendemuhl, Doris Woods, Lois Sundquist, Marilyn Teachout, Joyce Liddle, Shirley Loth, Ardetta Bjorn, Janice Taylor, Ann Eliason,Marilyn Mat- tson, Bernice Groendyk, Murial Zude, Alice Fullerton, Kathy Taylor, Sharon Hutton, Marjorie Seymour. THIRD ROW: Priscilla Hale, Llona Schwab, Margo Zwicker, Saundra Johnson, Margaret Mayer, Janet Wognild, Joyce Turner, Aileen Satushek, Paula Shulberg, Trudy Shular. Margaret Nysether, Geri Brown, Darlene Soma, Pat Peter- son, Judy Peterson, Lila Hendry, Roberts Bordsen, Jeanette Templeton. Ly , -. aw vp . . FRESHMAN CLASS A ACCOMPLISHMENTS Wx " t Gave a Frosh, Soph. Dance. t Frosh .Puff Band. 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F5 'ff fs' f e -O0 QQ 'I .ps 11,0 Y., f? 2411 e L4 " Q' -- 1 M- 1 in ',- N-if N- 414- .,.d kd, -4- 4-', X Q is S 1 ' 1 'S' Q Q , - ,fgffg . .--' Y' '43 cis Q 'e Q '4 tal! rl' 1 Geni, Pat, Jac. Who says 53's a crowd? Look like angels -- almost. Snch devoted sisters. The new style, Darlene Y. Our distins1uishedC?J Frosh. Yon tell 'em Patl Smile pretty, lrene. You look so pleased, Tom. Watch out for sliversl Sailor gal? Seniors painting. Marcella -- Royalty but defi- nitelyf . " R P 4 'A A 1 Q X S R I A z,' ri' ' J .3 5.5 ...L LQ .gm nl 'I lfi. lxliss .-Xrlington 1955! l4. Our Man Godfrey. li. Caught in the Act. lfi. Not Bleach, just age. l Baby Sis and lfloella and Le noraj lil. That good old tradition. l9. May I cnt in? JO. Advisors? .ul . The four Stooges. ai. Don't be so cold. 23. Don't do it girls. nf Vfzf., ' . , , ,,,,,. '., '.'fw21,:4- -, -,Aim , ,, ., ., , x -y- L,'::fffmtL -sv ,- A 1 I K fI K. L , 1 , ff'-Lfx, .I C, kv "rt K - , L ,ff :JW 1 ff ' L V A URGA IZATIII n 'Q-. - A.S.B. OFFICERS 0 Sd l Bernice Johnson X , Ray Thorsen Assistant Treas. 'E' " Veep I ill I -I 3 Ed Borseth Margaret "' President Halverson V V I, 1 Secretary l Marcella Johnson Don Wick Treasurer Business Manager STUDE TCOU CIL FIRST ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Hoidal, Barbara Sele, Norma Olson, Patti Johnson., Nancy Solberg, Margaret Halverson, Mira Mae Murphy, Genie Davis, Patti Jacobson, Donna Roal, Margie Turkovich, Marcella Johnson, Bernice Johnson, Irene Wahl. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Rod, Gary Duskin, Bobby Norman, Jim Dunning, Don Wick, George Russell, Ron Thompson, Ed Borseth, Gary Mose, Johnny Jacobson, Jim Crabb, Jack Larson, Ray Thorsen, Lyle Lindquist, Don Gibbons. f :- Putin' 1-1 LEFT-RIGHT: Carolyn Warrick, Dorothy Krause, Treasurer, Jean Lark, Secretary, Marilyn Phillips, Mrs. Hawley, Advisor, Jeanne Jacobs, Vice President, Janiel Rateking Lois Parker, Not Pictured: Jackie Logan, President. GIRLS, LEAGUE A D BOY 9 CLUB OFFICER LEFT - RIGHT: Monte Ness, Sergeant-at-arms, Richard Hughes, Vice President, Darrell Bergam, President, Johnny Jacobson, Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Kanikeberg, Advisor. A-wx-in-1 1. A I F.F.A. lflrff lair.: -l,Llf'l' 'l'UlllGllTg lini Elasinnsson, lboiz Klino, Gary Lniclwr, Loren Kraeu, Louiu Strangclan NIQKQUNU 'lkxlyfyj illgripzli Yviiliariis, Gerald llroklius, Porcr Ver lluol, Sranloy late, Don Borscrh, David Fullerton 1'Elll2lDllUlN'g Ed liorsclli, Ggargo Giobcl, Gary' Erickson, Larry Taylor, Lorcn Erickson, Ray lloakc, lirn Roani, fxlr Laiigrlori, ,-Xdisisor. l7lil'RTl'l Rlllxf Viggo Tliornsen, Lolioy Larson, Walter Moran, Marion Taylor, Darrell Sapp ln.. lE.itl..nx'ay, llarold liloolr, Gary Norman, Gcorno Carlson. OC 98 UG 36 90 F.F.A. FIRST ROWg Richard Dutson, Stan Nelson, Bill Kopp, l.r-ms lsahls. Clrirr Czrnndy, Flrwyd linrgruorr, ,lohn Lang, Inn Meyer, Mike Kaziland, Richard Lohr, Bula Krrnisc, llnglunu ljlcfson, Gary Vqrncu. wECUNlJ Rlbirg ,lack liaison, Milam Metzger, Richard Thornpsen, Albert Bowlus, Bobby Nnrntrn. llozinlrl Kcrnf. Gemini Guyrrur, Foy Srrntz, Francis Friddlc, llowzrrd Brown, Maurice Thornns, Mr, Lnngrdon. THIRD Mill: lrr-rmgrt linlnirrziru, mlvin an-nson, Brnci- llubcrt, Denny Innes, Danny lzlncs, Gary Punrson, lack lirnnl-Qs, Luxxnrd lforngiirig. Inn Ballard. lion hl'VLlllSOll, Ralph Kearney, Bill Darst, lack Williams. l' 'U 00 SENIOR F. H. . FIRST ROW: Marcella Johnson, Irene Soma, Sharon Butterfield, Ruth Peterson, Karen Stoleson, Margaret Rezac, Jeanne Jacobs. SECOND ROW: Colleen Bradley, Barbara Dennis, Jean Blincoe, Bonnie Brown, Marilyn Tillman, Virginia Lind, Gloria Ream, Elaine Olson, Ann Adolfson, Marlene Metzger, Miss Lonke. Advisor. THIRD ROW: Korene Kraetz, Waldene Zimmerman, Collen Goodrich, Bernice Johnson, Lola Aken, Donna Flanagen, Therese Murphy, Marie Cornell, Donna Peterson, Marlene Holm, Cora Janes, Delma Dutcher, Doris Bergevin, Irene Berg. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Snyder, Georgia Casebeer, Sandy Johnson. Arlyn Erickson, Helen Hurn, Janet Bauch, Betty Lind, Peggy Jo Brown, Margaret Halverson, Ellen Lindstrom, Roberta Gilroy,Joan Boursaw, Janet Hughes, Darlene Fontaine, Marilyn Phillips, Rosa Swanson, JU IOR F. H. A. FIRST ROW: Miss Lonke, ADVISOR, Ardetta Bjorn, Marilyn Mattson, Margo Zwicker, Carolyn Warrick, Aileen Satushek. SECOND ROW: Ann Tait, Llona Schwab, Rose Sundstrorn, Margaret Mayer, Shirley Loth, Janice Taylor, Verna Nordine, Helen Raymond, Margaret James, Alice Fullerton, Anne Eliason, Bernice Groendyke, Joyce Liddle, Doreen Swanson. THIRD ROW: Lila Hendry, Darlene Soma, Barbara Brendemuhl, Kathy Taylor, Ardis Anderson, Doris Woods, Marilyn Teachout, Margaret Nyscther, Donna Madson, Trudy Shuler, Kathy Rathert, Judy Little, Alice Taylor, Paula Schulberg, Pat Peterson, Judy Pederson, Roberta Bordsen. Betty Kearney. my 7""T1 ,Aux TRI-HI-Y FIRST ROW: Nancy Salberg, Liv Storwick, Irene Wahl, Betty Mock, Donna Roal, Arlene Nysether. SECOND ROWg Barbara Sele, Karen Stoleson, Peggi James, Margaret Arnot, Norma Olson, Dorothy Ktause,Jean Lark. THIRDROW: Miss Ulery, Advisor, Sonja Wangsmo, Delaine Sele, Yolanda Rosenbach, Janice Erickson, Patti Jacobson, Marcella Johnson. Marie Cornell, Janet Hoidal, Patti Johnson. FOURTH ROWQ May Wright, Genie Davis, Lois Parker, Delores Bergevin, Patty Ryan, Winona Hiett, Linda Palmer. HI-Y FIRST ROW: Jack Larson, John Jacobson, Ron Thompson, Marion Taylor, John Larson. SECOND ROW: Jerry Carter, Don Borseth, Carol Olson, Norman Olson, Ray Thorsen, Tom Erickson. THIRD ROW: Mr. Lord, Advisor, Ron Russell, Denny Hammerly, Wes Rosenbach, Larry Olson, Jim Crabb, Ed Giersch, Gary Hendrickson. FOURTH ROW: Don Wick, Darrell Bergam, Richard Hughes, Gary Duskin, Ed Borseth, Gary Mose. W' ... G.A.A. LETTIERME Flriifliwhg Nlnrrggrrutr-Xrnol, Kllifltlltfikillll, Mrs.Norrur111, .-Xdvisrar rx1r1rgiu'I'r1rI1oxicir, DUIlI1d:'1xrrlI sECU3ZI5 ROW: 5-HFLIIIIIIC Murphy, Dclrrirm Sulc, IJorisBcrr1c'.'ir1, Sums Xklaruszpm. Lmrcg brig.-Lg-ur. Yrumrrlrn maurrrurruglz, fx1artlr:1Gruwc11, Mr1ricCor1rc1l, lrr-nc Berg, Ikalrwrrgliurgurrr, IJcl'z1:1IJurcr.gr J 7 flilsiih 1-IUXNQ .'xg:1Q5U1sCrz, lrrtrr johnson, kinrcirm Bullirrgcr, Iruuu Mahi, lS.rrrf.xrrx wr-lu, icggz Izrmus C.1m1'yrr Roob, Lars Parker, Carolyn Templeton, Arlene Nysuther, Carla Metzger, juzrrrm jacrwrns. LETTERME Hzbl Kklxfsg Grrrj. Imskrn, firm llrurrlpsrfrr. rirclrrrrd liL.,LIrus,jcrryC1rtcr, Mr, !,rrrImcL4, Arlvrsrfr, :wl.LQUI.If RUKM Errr1BaucL. Bill Jacom, Dale Hurr., Stem Tate, CQLrL1ckiWi1lmms, Ron Nlalirrs, Lcriw, i,.rr,urr. .ia Ilan. Lrrrry I,grr5.Jr1, RglQ'Tf1Ul'5L'1.. Xlariorr Taglrwr. THIRD RUXN2 Grsrj Xirrgu, Trwrzx Lr1cr4sor1.,l.1cr-. l,.1r,r1r Qrry wcrrrocdl, Ljlu E'v',llnS, D.rrrcilE3urgrr:11, 11,15 I,l1rJQlAliI, Dcurrys Frulurrukmrr, jwhrl In-zrrrrs. jrmlr I I 1 Lnzrdib, John Larsm., EJ Bursctir. .Jmr1Wic.4, jr-rwrxldc-rw1.3wr . FIR ST RO W1 Tcrcsc Ixlurph, Kathryn Iiuillbold, Izwkiu IAJQQIII, IxI41rIc11u Iiulm. Nancy mvlauurg. Xlarggnrur Iialvursml. .wLCUf4Il RUXIE In-up Berg. lun: Iixumg, Dcloris Iiurgu vm. hmm Izmvs. IJImI1.1 Ik-lurwz.. BL-II. KQLIIIIUY. TIIIIQID IJUXM C1um1.:IL, , I. I ,....I4 -.1-Ngizur. . 1' .ICIJD , ILJII . 'r , Karen SIUISOII. IDQIIIIII Ilutcimr. 'Dv NNU STAFF LEFT 'IU RIGIVII Muuruu: .wcizu-r. .fXsf.L,i1tImr: Mr, wi, :IH Adwsur- Xllrautmk- Murplvj. Iiduuur. 'I .I 1 .XII-n"f,Q'L'I1lz 5. Iliv. l.w1.I!1. C...1rI.-LL' -Mfrs I I .'N..Ieum. LI!:QI1I'.1I:i:m:. wIQI,Uf-L13 "UNI wz:,3.1IIQ1.1gsx:1w ?,II1rg.cIQIwr11cI1I .I.1m3x'.1 Ini,11fm1, A11uc1:m.1t11sI1ck 'Sk-r:.Igp ,II-MIL:-1.1. IS.1rb.1r.a WCIIIIIS. Carol I,.'oLI:...gg-, TIIIRI3 RUXY- Gary III-Ixdzmuiqamx, Bmw GII3SOI1.lII'1 IJUIIIIIIIII, I td Gmrscii. Ilulmy FredrIcmos1. -mg DEBATE TEAM Mr. Crumbaugh, AdvisorgMargaret Rezac, Jim Dunning, Gary Hendrickson, Genie Davis. JOU NALISM FIRST ROW: Gale Knudson, Sharon Butterfield, editor, Mr. Crumbaugh, advisor, Ray Thorsen, editor, RonThompson. SECOND ROW: Irene Berg, Jeanne Jacobs, Cora Janes, Delma Dutcher, Marcella Johnson, Margaret Arnot. THIRD ROW: Jean Lohr, Janice Erickson, Maureen Richter, Lola Aken, Donna Flanagan, Barbara Sele. Janet Hoidel. FIRST ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT: Soma Wangsmo, Terese Murphy, Deloris Bergeviu, Margaret Arnot, Miss West, Advisor, Doris Bergevin, Irene Berg, Jeanne Jacobs, Betty Kearney. SECONDROWg Agnes Olson, Marilyn Rude, Joan Blincoe, Bonnie Brown, Marcella Johnson, Juanita Rhynard, Jane Williams, Carolyn Thompson, Patty Logan. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Slayton, Carol Goodridge, Edna H o llister, Helen Huson, Marlene Metzger, Patti Jacobson, Ellen Lindstrom. FOURTH ROW: Larry Olson, Gary Mose, Darrell Begam. I IF' I L V " I XII, L ,J K I ' I ' I f I li I, I 1 it I I ' - :ld X I , ,'. rx 7,1 I I I ' I I T If 1 1 ll 1 fl 1 1 - ' 1 .. ' , ., J U 1oRRED Cnoss 5 .rf , ff l ,,f I LIBRARIANS FIRST ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Hurn, Colleen Goodrich,Jane Williams, Delma Dutcher,Mrs. Shoudy, Advisor, Sherlene Pulliam, Pres., Georgia Casebeer, Cora James, Marilyn Tillman. SECOND ROW: Betty Lind, Ruth Ayers, Helen Huson J a net B a u c h, Charolette Ayers Frances Santeford, Esther Swimme, Ann Adolfson, Shirley Miller, Elaine Olson, Kathleen Woods. FIRST ROW: Cyrus jwett, lack Larson, Gerald Schroedl, Vice Pres., lim Dunning, Pres. SECOND ROW: johnny jaeohson, Sharon Butterfield, Betty Mock, Kathryn Reinhold, Marlene llolm, Marie Cornell, Betty Kearney, lean Lark, BohGustavson. TIIIRDRONNE lean Lohr, Helen Iflurn, Dan Dickinson, Gary Lwicker, Lola .-Xken, Dorothy Krause, Miramae Murphy, Ruth Peterson, Donna Roal. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Tissue, .lerry Carter, Ed Borseth, Gary Hendrickson, Gary Duskin, Larry Olson. HO OR SOCIETY FIRST ROWg Bob Jacobson, Eugene Elfson, Wayne Quiltz, lim Anderson, Gary Pearson, Bill Giersch, Richard Lohr, jerry Holm. SECOND ROW: janet llanch, loan Boursaw, Peggy James, Martha Gruewell, Margaret Halverson, Lois Parker, Irene Wahl, Irene Peterson. THIRD ROW: Dicklensen, Regina Davis, Lenore Wilkins, Waldene Zimmermen, Margaret Rezac, Iudy Huffman, Winona Hiett, Patty Ryan, Arlene Nysther, Bernice Johnson, Barbara Dennis, janet Seymour, Pat Jantz, Maureen Richter. FOURTH ROWg Ron Rod, Denny Duskin, Linda Palmer, Linda Erickson, Marla Bulke, Kathleen Woods, Elaine Olson, Ann Adolfson, Shirley Miller, Korene Kraetz, Marlene Stedman, May Wright. 191 w gg, ll QW 1 fi H 5 , N G . Q ,, , , H X 2' , 4, .ff4ff,f,,, F db 5 I 17 p-,L -901. yffwfv If ff- W 71 -wg, f .- STAGE CREW? ' LEFT TLJRIGIIT: V1g11o'Fl10111psc11, H011 Wick. 101151 l.11rso11. Carol QHSOII, No1111z111 Olson, Advisorg Mr. Lnrd. PROJECTIONISTS F 1 x1s111 11cl4 X 1111 ner 11 Lb 1t111xx1 111 1111 11111 IDL, ICE C i PQ1. T Murphy L Aken 5 Wangsmo L Parker Y Rosenbach P Morrlson M Metzger M Cornell Mrs Norman A Olson P lambs M Gruwell I Wahl Templeton D Bergevrn C Thom pson I Jacobs M Murphy J Rarekrn J Logan gf M Borseth M Arnot B Mock C Robb V1 Holm L Storw1ck J Enckson 4 Rembold A Nysether D Bergevln I erg C Janes M Johnson D Dutcher 46 4'7 'fi eng, V., : I ALUWNSQEZ rf-avg' ,xx 'C 5 S' 5- " Li nf in , ., iz 1 xg I A, Q V if S M" ' f fp . AV if L fu? V, X K V4 I xx i . K QP ' ' f' - . 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I 'f."Q'fwx"R"'k N GIRLS TENNIS FIRST ROW1 Margaret Armor, Dcloris Barge vi11, Winona Hictt, Genie Davis. 5 ll C O N D R O Wg Doris Bcrgevin, Margie Turkovich, Margaret Rezac. -Q6 BASEBALL FIRSTROWg Jerry Schroedl, John Dennis, Rudy Thomsen, E. Ludwick, coach, Lyle Evans, Gary Duskin. SECOND ROW: John Larson, Louis Stangeland, John Jacobson, Stan Tate, Ray Thorsen. THIRD ROW: Lyle Lindquist, Raymond Peake, Frank Russell, James Dennis, lonn Nortum. TRACK FIRST ROW: Robert Rylie, Marion Taylor, Darrell Bergarn, Monte Ness, L. Munizza, Coach, BillCase, Cyrus Swettf Larry Taylor. SECOND ROW: Earl Bauch, John Landis, Louis Stangeland, Ron Thompson, Frank Russell, LeRoy Larson, Richard Hughes. Jack Larson, John Larson. HUA vi- ,-nil' 1 - 1 ll - ff 1 1 ll Ia! 4 Q 1- 0' 71-' -- , igH "' - r. , .a..-nuns: , I- L-A , ,ff e.-1s.,.3 Q 4 1 in , Mfr' .,, 1, Rudie Thompsen John Jacobson John Larson Lyle Evans yq aus'-qvw? ,rgsf it 4-.-. T N 'Aim ff , " b e . '- as ,mi ff, "'- vf ",'- J QT' i ii" Gary Duskin John Dennis Larry Olson John Landis FIRST ROW: Jack Larson, Dale Hurn, Wes Rosenbach, Lyle Linquist, Maurice Thomas. Denny Frederickson, Ray Peake, Monte Ness, Allen Vroman. SECOND ROWg Jerry Carter, Gary Mose, Gary Duskin, John Landis, Larry Olson. John Dennis, Ed Borseth, Gerald Hendry, Rudic Thompsen, Tom Erickson. THIRD ROW: Ralph Pistorese, George Carlson, Melven Borseth, John Larson, Richard Hughes, John Jacobson, Chuck Williams, Lyle Evens, Earl Bauch, Denny Hamrnerly, Frank Olander, David Hawkins, Denny Miller, Coach Munizza. FOURTH ROW: Al Kissner. Lewis Stangeland, Skip Melum, Gary Vance, Denny Janes, Selvin Stensen, Bob Krause, Bob York, Jack Williams, James Ballard, Joe Whittaker, Danny Janes, Ron Russell, Doug, Whitley, Stanley Turkovich, Bob Rylie, Bob Loveland. I af ir f- tl of 4 2. BN' .SLS as -fi -rx at 133 .f ::2,-2.5 if 1 .5 ,, -M "E X . 'S nt 1 x 'K 'ff f: if-'H Qs! J CA, rfz.-,t?'uC?1J" .-MJ, WJ ,V V4 Y' ff-'F .gil ly ,Q -" ggi W 5 .if- 1 91.3 Frank Olander Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington www ,. Arlington GZIP' H-Lg: Arlington Football Scores 6 24 12 19 32 25 21 21 9 Twin City Bellevue Edmonds Sedro Snohomish Anacortes Marysville Mt. Vernon Burlington 0 13 19 0 0 6 6 19 6 FC P fn f:.l Q fx F .--1- 6, ' . , Q , - .,,H-if-ZW..-, wg ' -N .'fQ...1'f'?.g'.-A, " , "?b-"putZ"- -,.f"'.3'ew ,,,,-q.ww ,,.,-' ww Richard Hughes Q0 A -sf-' pi.:k:.f' x ,D t I at, T Gerald Hendry i g Ed Borseth I J FIRST ROW: Jerry Carter, Gary Duskin, John Landis, Larry Olson, John Dennis, Ed Borseth, Gerald Hendry, Rudie Thomsen, Tom Erickson. SECOND ROW: Coach Ralph Pistorese, Gary Mose, Jack Larson, John Larson, Richard Hughes. John Jacobson, Lyle Evans, Ray Peake, Denny Hammerly, Frank Olander, Coach Larry Munizza. THIRD ROW: Lyle Lindquist, Wes Rosenbach, Dale Hurn, Chuck Williams, Earl Bauch, Allen Vroman, Monte Ness. I' Ill? J ff" 'V if - X QI, ,CN , A- ..,,, ft -P ' 'A .e Cf . gif.- QQA- Q 4 ,X , 5 as G- 1.8 .92 ,' .'-2 -2- velffil "' ., 'Sig 1- ' . i 9, , 3 , J - Q ,M D . 1 V1 if ff I ' .' Q' ' a , 1 A l I , if ., .- a .5 NNMQ - .Q ,-i --sts: .T 1 K X: lkxx - ks, , fl 'Y -Q . B V X 1 8 K1 H ' xili mtjxx f JIM ak .ff L N fsbx gn- -v DOIIIII R011 PJII1 j lC,ObSOIl fX1lfg!,1L Turkoxxch ,,..:-u"" -ni -,+- 'ANL- 'V1.-e-v -f 5 'Dt j1m,LHo1d11 YELL STAFF Ig an dl 355' Barbara .uele Nmcy malbcru, Pal Johnson NOUIII Olggn .1 v-. A sniff' yi 92 Y 4 W' fa, i I 0, we .,,: ,A ,f' 99 N? fi' " TENNIS FIRST ROW: Denny Ilannnerly, Ed Gierscli, Darrell Bergam, Larry Olson, Bob Gibson SECOND ROW: Mr. Pistorese, Coach: Toni Lrickson. Don Wick, Gary Hendrickson, Gale Knudson, Glen Carlson. BGXING A D WRESTLI FIRST ROW: Marion Taylor, Kenny Matlns, John Dennis, DonKIein, Dale Hurn, Lyle Evens. SECOND ROWQ Mr. Pisrorese, Coach, Larry Evans, Roger Moen, Skip Melum, Louie Stangeland, BillCase, Larry Taylor. TIIIRIJ ROW: DennyHanimerIy, Maurice Tlloinas, Glen Ilurn, Stanley Turkovicli, Lyle Lindquist. 'r - 4' ' 'YY if-' ' Rrchard Hughes Ron Thompson Iohn Jacobson Darrell Bergam Gary Mose Frank Olander Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Basketball Sc orc S Sedro Woolley Mt Vernon Everett Marysvrlle Bellevue Mr Munrzza Ron Thompson Darrell Bergam NJ Lui' 'T E' Xlll .J Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlmgton Arlrngton Arhngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arlrngton Arhngton if Edmonus Anacortes Lake Stevens Snohom rsh Bur lrngton Belle vue Anacortes Snohom rsh Burlrngton Sedro Woolley Mt Vernon Everett Marysvrlle Edmonds XJ S , x.1 X! Ed Borseth John Larson Jack Larson . ' I Norman Olson' Gary Duskin WCS ROSSDDHCTI FIRST ROW: Richard Hughes, Frank Olander, Gary Mose, Ron Thompson, Johnny Jacobson, Darrell Bergam, Larry Larson. SECOND ROW: E. Ludwick, Coach. John Larson, Wes Rosenbach, Ed Borscth, Jack Larson, Norman Olson, Don Borseth, Gary Duskin, L. Munizza, Coach. THIRD ROW: Alvin Tryon, Melvin Borseth, Gerald Nysether, Jack Williams, Frank Russell, Dick Jensen, Bob Krause. FOURTH ROW: Gerald Schroedl, Gary Vance, Doug Whitley, Denny Duskin, Selvin Stensen, Al Kissner, Bob Jacobson, Eugene Elefson, Bob York. 417 , W AA. M -. , ,Q x 8 S. N 3' 'X tx JL N N . 4 4 Um -JQIK' A .. . . I. -aw fxg 'X X 54333 ' L-.3 f JA X LL: . ' .v '- Q A " iw X ' X. N if I D - , 3 ,QQ ILL, ly melt 1 .I V si Jn! l f' 'Q - f R . U VT. N, y ,.,vR X" 0 .5 S .,,l .X I-1-I fl A 2' 1 I ,,,,,.., ., xx . . A 1- ,. .'kTl: my HQ ax I 57 , f' I I Q' , V I WI5 X Q. jgfxbakkx fl ir' 6 'P' 'Y K. '-' ' l ." ' 4 U " ' , -. 4, 'f' ' 1 H 7, , 'rl ". , .1 H ., . , 1' - I .V , Q l ,J , Vt A ' eff-iif .ali ,Y in 1 ,. -L? M Ma T 1 ,' 1, 5? X 2 ,Q P M 1 .JL-Q I- Q ,A nw- V . X - ' LS' 1 Q . .Kew QYVJ l ff ... 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Jerry Carter, Terese Murphy Kathryn Reinhold, Glen Tissue 1+ .4 :Mi . 535 .- A " I igfgsiswilsf I 4' 4' 94' I Q 1,42 X , ' ft ' lit-ii' e ,, -u.Qns.fg.0ll1-asians- Q! 5-N A -- A-4lU"7"J' ' -ldv' Zh!-F44 -lie' LZ' 'IT 16-0- . x , Q N1 I I r I 4 . , f X . .-ann p.-or -qui ul 8- 5' . L I 9 5 M I - Wpzfi' 'ww .. ,W i s ,, V ff? 1 ar 6 3141! .' ,W is ' gr ' k vw' . " ' 1 v K , ' ' 15617 ' fine". .,...,..,,, ' '.'l'- .. QM' I I U ." O ' - n ' A 1 l I 3b ' -an ia!!- 5- a N4 - , U U HERS CLUB FIRST ROW: Kathy Taylor, Verna Nordine, Irene Soma, Ardis Anderson, Ann Adolfson, Elaine Olson, Patty Pepper. SECOND ROW: Sandy Johnson, Llona Schwab, Gretchen Lindquist, Peggy James, Alice Taylor, Frances Santeford, Roberta Thorne. Juanita Anderson. I g 1 , I ,,-Ax f of H0 QNX SH I L. . 62 ". """" SENIOR PL Y FIRST ROW: Ruili Aygirs, jackie Logan, Berry Mock, Mr.Tschirgi, Direciorg Marie Cornel, Marlene llolrn, Georgina Ocliairipauggli. SECONDROXW Dennis Fredriekson, Gary Zwiclier, John Goerlicli, ,lini Dunning, Gary l-lendrickson, Leroy Larson, Bob Gibson, Elmer Jensen, Gale Knudson-not shown. FIRST ROWg Phyllis Lien, jackie Logan, Joan Boursaw, Mr.Cruiiibnugli, Diiecrorg Margarerllezac, Aileen Salushek Carol Goodridge. SECONIJROWQ Gary Vance, Ronnie Rod, Mike Metzger, Garyl-lendrickson, Gale Knudson: Gerald Schroedl, Denny Duskin. In front: Frankie Rezac. September u, " ' A l- School Eiga? 12 t W1 ,Sei 'dj--ggifrls gave big-little sister party Q 7 Octogebkg y X9 Sop,h.IlfIial'.oxyg1eQi Masquerade Dance T November fb" "'Y"' SXLK 'il' 'C K 1 Nat1onal Assembly 9 Fall concert us1calClambake X19l Senlglf 1 Saplls Ln the Sunset Decem erll 2, N Xp bc January J H 2.1 f 26 March Aprll Semor Play My Man Cfowifery Mt Vernon Exchange Assembly here Pup Club Carnlval Chrlstmas Concert Chr1stmas Vacat1on Honor Soc1ety lnltlatxon Harlem Road Klng Game Sponsored by Letter men K O M O Youth Vlews the News ,February Exchange Assembtlyrch e w1th Snohom1sh Pep Club Tolo 3 iv JNL X D1str1ct Tournament at veret 4 5 F1nals D1str1ct Tournament at Burlmgton Exchange Assembly here w1th Marysvmlle Exchange Assembly there w1th Marysv1lle 10 Z State Tournament at Seattle F H A Talent Show A l Spor Banquet g1veffbyPep Club NG rl's ague M1xer X X W V All School Play Cheaper y the Dozen 41 8 Spr1ngVacat1on N L rm gi May Z9 Baccalaureate JF F A Banquet Frosh Soph dancefgk M I A Tree Plant1ng Semors wif jf l Junlor Prom X! 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