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

 - Class of 1957

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Staff, are prqi to prestnt the 1957 Editiogpf , 'the "Sti11agualkl'I'rai1 We hope that in ,tg future years you may look back and fondly ' ' recall the happy cliences that we, as stu- - 'S 5' ' . dems, have shared together. , '15 4 up 5 -5 Q " 5 1- 1 -J . Q Q. ob.. 'ion' "1 1 . is N Q A -s"i Q '55 S Q V LVM . f 5 1 f i I . ,,' .-gf" f ' . iff! - ,, SA 'V 'N ," ' I "' ' N ,tf ','. ff ' ?fl,f1 ,U lfff KJ., Q. lx ' U ,X- V' ' 5.,,,',f .1' ff. ,-94 vffx' lf' 1 M ' ,. ,' 54 1, . V . , 1 Q.. V 1 IL ,f ,IQ .J .7 J sl' A, -'- L, 71 ."' L., ,"7'f ff fd 4.1" .I ,ff ' ' J A 'f al f ,N ,I ,,, I" ,,,L ,, V , Sf, U2 I, I , , 1 1 1 A. ,, 3 ya- L, '- ...zf A .ZW 4 Q r I , ' s-,u..:3,. T 3 0- , y -A A A D A " 'A nn'-- 4 ' - ' . ,f - ' ,, -fl-Qf.2.ET:':"',.-oovuv - -- 1- Q' "' " 'I a "" f . -1', 4,- , - - M. H, - -.,,-. Q A N v .. f , - L - " ' ' ' ' ,fr G,g-- 'di'-f In 1 ., 4:-T. , 4 K . ""' - vb- 4.1 K' ' ...r ,-'1v fs - .4 t .a -.-... 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Our praises ring, V!- Hail, Hail O A rlington, ' I ' , ff To thee we sing. 7,4407 c Ml! -f7f!ff'2!f2'.4f gf H if , if Affif I V- I ,S ff 1 Z!! 2 ,Z 1 1 , , ,XXX K! kk I HIL u fa ll , 1 , Arlingtdn High School was built in ' 1937. It is one of the best equipped high schools in the state. We of Ar- A I Classes 'L lington High are very proud to have r 4 y L . ' V Senior Memories 1 such a wonderful.school'. , 4 . - ' , ' ' -' Activities Music Sports .'..,,.15 :ff I xvka i xx 6 I O We, the Stillaguamish Trail Annual Staff, are proud to dedicate this 1957 yearbook to our beloved teacher, Mr. Robert Tschirgi. No one has ever shown so much interest, so much help- fulness, and thoughtfulness to Arlington High Students as he. Because of his tireless efforts he will forever hold a place in the hearts of each and everyone of us. I . Lf nw 1 N111 .Q x lv are S, ef g K Mr. BOBERT TSCHIRGI Q sg Ll F!! if at 3 l J.. rig? CM fnpfl Mr. Tschirgi when in service Mr. Tschirgi as a young boy, age 3 years old and 5 years old. 54, in , 3? . ms' VEQN ,--gn. uri' B MORRIS Sccrutary to Mr Tcryson E RUNNING Sebretary to Mr DdDUb1O 51.41 .rf "" il- TERJESON Supermtendent B Q of Publlc Lnstrucmon rm' KZQFQP R P IS TO RESEE Ass1stant Pr1nc1pa1 Counsdor J DANUIBO hi, Prmclpal IF A,.. 3 Vflo if acuity Y '15, H. LENNSTROM E, JONES Math, Geometry, Algebra, Ad- vanced Algebra, Physics, Advisor W. H. BACON Science, Chem- istry, Algebra 5 Q- an PC. LANE Science, Biology General Science English, Speech , .WW ' lfzvyejj G. CLINTON y env' English, Econom- ! ' ic Geography O Perf? jr X or y -Q.. G. SPISTAD 1 N. ULERY English Z V HA, A ,lj i Cooking . F s ll! W I , U W r L A M! ,Ph r fy V u . lOU 7 P . My Q MVT! cialxsc mehr P li Aff ,L ashi n,Hi - L. LONKE K L, " ' tory, mily - SCWU18 ,Lf J! A ing,,.'vSpanis lv 1 bw 411101 , JU R. TSCHIRGI Latin, Journal- ism, English, Contemporary World Problems WX ,. fy' 94 It-.. R. LARSON ,N M. LORD Band, Choir, In- Shop, Industrial terrnediate Bay Driving Yxg ,gif H 'ff awk? an enera f UB 'ess ? 'D' V' 1 JJ L. MUNIZZA Boys P.E., Health, Athletics, Advi- sor K. SARKISAN M.D., Agricul- ture, General Shop, Advisor Arts, Stage J. JENFT Bookkeeping, Advanced Book- keeping, Dupli- cation, Retail Selling, Typing, Advanced Typ- ing, Advisor , 5 , aff I v f' WL B. MILLS ,, 5 girl-s1R.E., Health OCIO O M T ' ey! F. LANGDON , ' L ' Agriculture, 6 , LVW f 10,1 Q' . E. LUDWICK Social Science, American His- G. WEST tory, Math, Ath- Library letics JUS! i COOKS Evelyn Ehason, June Larson JANITORS Mr Bergam, Moms Head Janrtor, Mr Cox F730 Bob Carlson Presldent Mrs Groshong V1cePres1dent Mrs Gregory Secretary Bob Howe Treasurer I --1 : . ' Mr. J ' ' I I I I ' I Cf!! rw A 4 fii , , sg SCHOOL BOARD Left to Rrght Mr Wangsmo, Mr Roal, Mr Norman, Mr. Bradley, Mr. Rod, 7 .5146 A 1 .,,1, 'Ki' . . o ,ayf I xg ' 2. ', " .j f x - a, + OLS! 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Yell Leader 1 Glenn Hum Presrdent fzeadmen 20 Nlembcrs ID Band 10 Members 1n Cho1r 3 'xlembers rn Tumbl.ng All School Play Honor SOCIGCY Banquet Successful Frosh Soph Party Successful Bro and Lrttle Srster Gave successful Jumor Prom Gave a J1m1or Senror Dance 28 Members 10 Members Band Pep Club 11 Members GAA 8 Members 1n Lettermens Club 23 Members 1n Chou 3 'vlembers 1n Tumblmg All School Varrety Show Honor Socrety 22 Members Party Vlr Nl unrzza Class Advrsor afde .'- N1 -3- Y' Denny M rllcr Veep C we Masquerade Party Gave Soph Frosh Dance 33 'wlembers rn Honor Socrety 14 Members m Band 20 Members ln Chou 3 Boys rn Lettermens Club All School Play 4 Members 1n Tumblmg 19 Members ln Band 33 Members rn Cho1r 8 Nlembers m Lettermens Club 23 Nlembers rn Pep Club 20 Members rn Honor SOC1Cl.'y 18 'vlembers m GAA 4 Members rn Student Councrl Senror Play Semor Ball All School Varrety Show Brg Lrttle S1ster Party P F- 4' 0 6 . A I . . - n , i ' . . . 0 . . I O . f in ' . ' A in . in . in A I , r W' ANN ADOLFSON "Annie" An all-around girl with an all -around person- ality. FHA 1,2,3,43 Junior Red Cross 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 3,43 GAA 4- Honor Society 2,3,4. ' at --f PATRICK ATWOOD "Pat" If mischief was a subject, he would get an A plus. Entered from Pleasant Hill, California. BARBARA AYARS "Babs" Short and Sweet. FHA 1,2,3,4g Choir 2,3,45 Band 2,3,4g Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Tubling 4. w-X MARLA BIELKE ' Her friendly manner, charm and grace will win her friends in any place. Pep Club 3,43 Jr. FHA 15 Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 3,45 Honor Society 2,3,4. GARY BIRKESTOL He comes and he goes but he finally made it. . K Boys Club 1,2,3,4. VERNA BISHOP V1 B Always skip school if you can get away with it. Jr. Red Cross 45 Majorette 23 FHA 2,4. 4 VIOLET BLEECK "Vi" Some say she's quiet, but if they only knew at her they would deny it. Jr. FHA 15 Usher's Club 1,33 Librarian's Club 43 Majorette 3,4. MELVLN BORSETH "Mel" Just as soon as I get used to loafing, it's Sat- urday. Basketball l,2,3,45 Fbbrbau l,2,3,4g I-li-Y 3,43 Lettermens Club 3,4. COLEEN BRADLEY A little bod often harbors a reat mind Y g Dv FHA l,2,3,4g Librarian 3. -sv JACK BROOKS h ky C9 With his wavy hair and is tric blue eyes he is a devil in disguise. , Q Choir 3,43 FFA 1,2. -'f V 'Wf Q if v, veg MARTIN DANNER "Marty" A little noise goes a long way. Projection 43 Boys Club 1,2,3,4. REGINA DAVIS "Genie" V- Her hair is too dark to be an angel. Honor Society 2,35 Student Coimcil 23 Pep Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Chaplain 35 Annual Staff 23 GAA 2,3. Q , 0 5' 4 ' - bf f f f 'Q JUANITA QANDERSONQ BROOKS I know how to hold my man. Librarian 3,43 Usher's Club 1,23 Choir 2. PAT COLLINS Killing time isn't a crime. Girls Club l,2,3,4. fs 'i'l 1 f JAMES DENNIS "Jim" He's seldorn seen but often heard. Wrestling l,2,3,4g Football 25 Baseball l,2,3,4. DENNIS DUSKIN "Denny" A student council head is he, lots of fun is Denny D. Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Pres. Frosh Classg Vice Pres. A.S.B. 3, Pres. A.S.B. 45 Choir 33 Band l,2,35 Honor Society 2,3,45 I-Ii-Y 3,43 Lettermens Club 3,43 Engineers Club 3,43 All School Play l,2. MYRNA EDSTROM "Myrna" Love is a dream, gosh, I'm sleepy. Choir l,2,3,4g Pep Club 4. EUGENE l1EFSON "Button' Friendly, clever, and full of fun, Known and liked by everyone. Frosh Class Veepg Basketball 25 Hi-Y 3,45 Lettermens Club 3,45 A.S.B. Veepg Jimior Class Veepg Honor Society 2,3,4g Junior Prom Chairmang Engineers Club 3,43 Tennis 2,3,4g Homecoming Co-chairman 4. "ITT av' ff ' 6 n CN , 'U H 'dp - X LINDA ERICKSON "Lindy" Unprepared and unconcerned, she goes to class- es and she learns. Honor Society 2,35 Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 35 Jr. FHA 13 Jr. Red Cross 4. CAROL FORSMAN "5lCepy' Soft Voiced with a love for Pie. Choir 3,43 Band l,2,3,4g Majorette l,2,3,4g Pep Club 3,45 GAA 1. 1 M' LORELLE FREDERICKSON "Rally Her ready wit and happy smile, Makes her frcckles all worth while. 'Junior Class Secg GAA 2,3545 Pep Club 3,45 Veep 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Annual Asst. Ed. 35 An- nual Editor 45 FHA 1,3545 Choir 4. JOHN GALLAUGHER "Johnny" I may be small, but remember Napoleon! - Boys Club 1,2,3,4. 1- WILLIAM GIERSCH "Bill" Vlfhat would we have done without him? Honor Society 2,35 Engineer Club 3,45 Hi-Y 45 1 A. Class Rep. 3,45 Choir l,2,3. I"'5 JANICE HEGWALD "Jan" She's not widely known, but loved by all her friends. Entered from LeRoy, KanSaS5 FHA 3,45 Choir 3,4. 5, -.le wr., 'N N WIONONA HIETT "Effie" She could teach the world how to smile. Tri-Hi-Y 2 3 4- Pep Club 3 4- GAA 2 3 4. - 9 6 Veep 35 Hoho,r Society 253,45 ,Duplicatidn 354. la Y GERALD R. HOLM "Jerry" 29d A Z Work for the night is coming! X S. Band 1,25 Photography 3,45 Honor Society 2,35 45 Engineers Club 3,4. ss. 1 5 JUDY HUFFMAN She doesn't want just any Don Juan, she's satisfied with just one Don. GAA 3,4, Sec. 45 Pep Club 3,45 Song Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Studeztt Council 35 Band 1,2,45 Choir 45 Frosh Yell Leader5 Homecoming Com- mittee 35 Majorettc 1,25 Honor Society 2,3,4. "' JANET HUGHES "Hippy" Poppy, smiling, never has the blues5 that's our girl, Janet Hughes. Frosh Song Leader5 GAA 2,3,45 Tumbling 1,2, 3,45 Choir 45 Song Leader 35 Yell Leader 45 FHA 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Student Council 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Homecoming Committee 354. BRUCE HUBERT Men of few words are the best. Boys Club l,2,3,4. i CAROLINE HUDSON Q- 'O' She is just the quiet type whose nature never Q... v changes. FHA 1,35 Girls Club 1,2,3,4. ' ad 4-49 Q 1' cl-' NELLIE JACKSON "Nell" Man-proof. Jr. FHA ls Ushers Club 1,33 Librarians Club 3,4 ROBERT .JACOBSON "Bob" Handsome Bob is quite a man, every girl is his fan. Basketball 1,23 Honor Society 2,33'Hi-Y 3,45 Class Pres. 33 Baseball 1,23 Lettemians Club 2,3,4. to r-f' -4 ,wi , 133- 2 4 " we " If -513 .15 , , 'Ya 4 if 'Q 3 iQ f, 3 OA QL ,BA RBARA LJEFPRYES "Barb " How We wish she hadjbeen here, more than just her senior year. ' I Gi.lr's League 4. , . RICHARD JENSEN "Dick" An atlgleticxhatfscores in more ways than one. Letternfaris Club 2,s,45 H1-Y 3,43 Basketbaii 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,4j Base- ball 1,23 Honor Society 1,2. X Q gy QS, i f 4'1-D N-.f MARGARET IIUGLEN "Maggie" Efficient, swcet and sincere. Choir 1,2,3,43 FHA ls Library 4. GLENN HURN Don't crowd girls, y0u'll all get a chance. Choir l,2,3,43 Band 3,43 Wrestling Club 1,2,3,43 Football 13 Track l,2,3,4j Lettermans Club 3,43 Hi-Y 3,43 Class President 4. -N K Q A u- " 've' "T ,fr 1' 1 I DAN JANES He's got a line that would melt an iceberg. FFA 1,2,3S Football 1,2,33 Baseball 23 Choir 4. PATRICIA JANTZ "Pat" Pretty as a picture with a good frame too! Tri-Hi-Y 43 Honor Society 2,3,43 Pep Club 3, 4, Treas. 43 FHA 43 Joumalism 3,43 Editor 43 Duplication 4. C' SANDRA JOHNSON "Sandy" Marilyn Monroe isn't the only girl with blonde hair. Girl's League Rep. 3, Pres. 43 GAA 2,3,4Q FHA 1,2,3,43 Historian 13 Usher's Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 13 Armual 3,43 Art Editor 3,4. RALPH KNUTSON The secret of success is work3 who wants to know the secret. Boys Club 1,2,3,4. it so QP? . , x o- x Xl ff rr A 4 . . .5 l r S' sf, fu JACQUELLNE SIGVARTSEN "Jackie" Her mind is just like the moon, there's a man in it. Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Honor Society 25 GAA 3,45 FHA 35 Duplication 45 Pep Club 3,45 Annual l,3,45 Class Sec-Treas 1, Exchange Assemblies 3. MARILYN SNYDER Such energy and steam, Marilyn Snyder is on the beam. GAA 2,3,4, Pep Club 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Yen Leader 45 Student Council 45 Tumbling 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Choir 3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Sgt. of Arms 45 Youth Legislative 35 Home- coming Committce 4. t . Jef' 'fi' A44 ROY STROTZ Hc's bound to be a good farmer, someday, He's the president of FFA. FFA 1,2,3,4, Pres. SONJA STULLER "Sone " , A quiet charm, a pleasant way, always a friendly word to say. Choir 1,2,3,45 Majorette 35 Pep Club 45 GAA 2 ? ROBERT RYLIE "Bob" A football fan, makes a well known man. Football 2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Lettermans Club 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2. FRANCES SANTEFORD "Tiny" My teachers think that I'm so sweet, I'm al- ways placed in the foremost seat. Ushers Club l,2,35 FHA 15 Junior Red Cross 25 Library 1. MARILYN STEDMAN "Lyn" A gal with a pleasant way. Tri-Hi-Y 45 GAA 3,45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 FHA 45 Sec. Girls League 45 Pep Club 3,45 Drill Leader 45 Ex- change Assemblies 3,45 Duplication 4. iD SELVHNI STENSEN I don't preach, why should I practice? Basketball 2,3,45 Choir 3,45 Football l,2,3,45 ,ffl ., 5, Tennis 2,3,4, FHA l,2,3,45 Letterrnans Club 3,4 1- .I .,.' fv??5.3sI ' SQ-A DONALD SWANSON "Don" He always has a lasting supply of Doublemint. FFA 1,2,3,45 Boys Club 1,2,3,4. ESTHER SWLMME PIXY Called Pixy by her friends, she's not as quiet as she pretends Band l,2,3,4, FHA 1 2 3,4 Junior Red Cross 2 5' E 1 if YQ x ... X DENNY MILLER With his likeable disposition and humorous im- agination, some day he'll be head of our nation. Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,4g Lettermans Club 33 Choir 2,3,4g Hi-Y 2,3,4, Sgt. of Arms 43 Class Veep 4, Sec.-Treas. Boys Club 4. SHIRLEY MILLER She always has a winning smile. Honor Society 2,33 Junior Red Cross 2,3,4g FHA 1,2,3,4, Library 3,45 Ushers Club 1,2,4g GAA 4. GERALD NYSETHER I could be a flirt if I wanted to be. FFA 1,2,3,43 Football 1, Basketball 2, 1-ri-Y a,4. ELAINE OLSON I've got gobs of love for the Navy. Girls League 1,2,3,4. .gf SKIP MHLUM This guy is speedy, his driving, that is. Football 1,2,3,43 Hi-Y 3,43 Choir 2,43 Boxing and Wrestling l,2. GENE MEYERS Sure the test is easy, if you know the answers. Track 1,23 Football 1,25 Choir 33 FFA 1,23 Boys Glee Club 4. 1. 3 DARLENE MOSER Looks hamiless, but you'd be Library 3,43 Jr. FHA. surprised. JEAN NEWBERG Not all blondes are dumb. Girls League 1,2,3,4. , ' f ,J '1",V I V. 'I '- D OLSTAD DONAL He'd stop St. Peter's roll call to ask a question. Letterrnans Club 2,3,4g Engineers Club 3,4. LINDA PALMER If a good disposition is as valuable as gold, she could retire. Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Pres. 43 Honor Society 2,3,45 Annual Staff 25 Girls League Veep 35 Pep Club 3,45 GAA 3,45 Joumalism 3,45 Homecoming Co -Chairman 4. Q' He's really quite a guy, With that twinkle in his eye A K FFA 1,2,3,4 Track 3 4 Boxing and Wrestling 3,4, Honor Society 2 1 IRENE PETERSON Oh, these Scandinavian maidens. Band l,2,3,43 Choir 43 FHA 334, Reporter 43 Qs , ,5 GARY PEA RSON ' J 7 r ' ' Y Frosh Song Leader3 Honor Society 2,3,43 Pep ' Qi 'Q if GLORIA REAM Often seen and never heard. Ushers Club 13 FHA 1,2,3,43 Junior Red Cross 3,43 Librarian 43 Duplication 4. MARGARET REZAC "Maggie" When she's good, she's very good, but--. All School Play 1,23 GAA 23 Annual 43 Pep Club 3,43 Debate 2,3,43 FHA l,2,3,4, Pres, Veep, Song Leader3 Honor Society 2,3,43 Ten- nis l,23 Exchange.Assemblies 2,3,4. 'S-L I if lr .4-' iv L A . ' .AEA F RANK RUSSELL They call me Paul Revere, Jr., I take so many midnight rides. Tfaok1,2,:s, Football 1,2,s, Boxing 1,2,s, 1 Choir 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Lettermans 3,43 Baseball l,2,3,43 Band l,2,3,43 Hi-Y 3,43 Boys Club Pres. 4. PATRICIA RYAN "Pat" Her mischief lurks in gay disguise. Honor Society 2,33 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,43 Class Sec- Treas 43 Pep Club 3,43 GAA 3,43 Yell Leader 33 Joumalism 43 Duplication 4. Club 3,43 GAA 2,3,43 Annual Staff 2. " A MARILYN PHILLIPS 'LL pk Generally speaking, she generally is. X Entered from Great Falls, Montana3 Girls League Rep. 23 Pep Club Princess 23 Pep Club 3,43 FHA 2,3,43 Annual 43 Choir 4g Student Q Council 43 Journalism 43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 A.S.B. Sec. 4. WAYNE QUILITZ When you hear a trumpet, it's Wayne. Band l,2,3,43 Honor Society 2,33 Engineers Club 3,4. i 1 YT RONALD ROD "Ron" Ron knows his letters, that we can say--but the one he lcnows best is the letter A. Honor Society 2,3,4, Pres. 43 Lettermans Club 2,3,4, Sec-Treas 43 Football Mgr. 2,3,4j Head Mgr. 3,43 Band 1,2,43 Class Pres. 2g All School Play 23 Engineers Club 3,-4. LAWERENCE RUED I'm not :1lady'S man, I Stay away from them all I can. Library 43 Boys Club l,2,3,4. ? 7 QC? Q KORENE KRAETZ Korene with her ready wit in any crowd will make a hit. Honor Society 2,3545 FHA l,2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Choir 3,45 Girls League Repre- sentative 15 Pep Club 3,4, Pres. 45 FHA Veep 45 Tumbling 1,2,3,4. SYLVIA KRAETZ She has her eyes on the Navy guys. FHA 1,45 Junior Red Cross 4. Xi E Y "HQ if" AUDREY LARSON If there's devilment about--her foot's in it. Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Sgt. of Arms 45 Pep Club 3,4, Veep 45 GAA 2,3,4, Pres. 45 Class Represent- ative 45 Girls League Veep 45 Choir 3,4, Sec. 35 FHA 1,3,45 Student Council 4. VIRGINIA LIND Love 'em and Leave 'em. FHA 1,2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Ushers Club 15 Duplication 4. is Q 4' it-v RICHARD LOHR I study, study, study, when the teachers looking. Football 15 Baseball 15 FFA 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3,45 Senior Play, Honor Society 2,3,4. SHIRLEY MARKEM Always ready with a smile. FHA 1,3,45 Junior Red Cross 4. fa ,QFTELM AN 1. ROBERT KRAUSE "B0b" All I gather from my books is dust. Basketball 1,25 Track 25 FFA l,2,3,4. DAVID LAND "Dave" Never a care, never a hurry, just one girl is his main worry. Football 15 Basketball 15 Choir 45 Hi-Y 4. 1 ff' GRETCHEN LINDQUIST Full of fun and fancy free. Tumbling 1,2,3,45 GAA 2,3,4, Pep Club 3,45 Ushers Club 1. SHARON LINDQUIST She's little, but from top to toe she 's brimful of life and go. FHA 1,25 Choir 1,2,3,45 Majorette 35 GAA 2,3, 45 Pep Club 3,4. TT' I ' Q -. l 'Z' 453' l .4 'V T 'eww if X JST, Q2 527' .J it uri KAREN TAYLOR Not bashfull, just cautious. Girls League 1,2,3,4. BERNICE THOMAS Shc's not a flower, She's not a pearl, She's just a quiet Senior Girl. Junior FI-IA5 Choir 1,2,3,45 Library 4. S. as ww 'I 1 A I .4 ,,, , 'F STANLEY TURKOVICH "Stan" Don't faint girls, I'rn real. Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2 ,3 ,45 Lettermans 3,45 Sgt. of Arms Hi-Y 253,45 Sgt. of Arms5 Choir 15253545 Clas Yell Leader 1. ALVIN TRYON "Al" The Sheik of Lakewood Hi-Y 45 Boys Club l,2,3,4. 'Jf Q I if 9 X - IK RENA WEBB Not man, men!! Choir 45 Band l,2,3,45 FHA 1,35 Ushers Club l. DOUGLAS W1-IITLEY "Doug" Every man UQ has his devilish moments. Track 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2 ,3 ,45 Football 1, 2,3 ,45 Choir 2,3 ,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Lettermens Club 3,45 Baseball 45 Class Yell Leader 2,45 Jour- nalism 3,4. MAURICE THOMAS Quiet boys do big things. Baseball 15 Football 2,35 Tennis 3,45 Wrestling l,2,3,45 FFA 1,2 ,3 ,45 Reporter 35 Lettermans Club 2,3 54. ROBERTA THORNE This gir1's not a thorn, but a rose. Ushers Club 1,25 Choir 2,3 ,45 Library 354. Ch 'Q .lil 'hi 'tl md GARY VANCE Don't judge a man by the noise he makes. Class Veep 25 Class Yell Leader 35 Baseball 15 Football 1,253 ,45 FHA 1,25 Choir 3,45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Sgt. of Arms 35 All school play 25 Track 3, 45 Boys Club Veep 45 Lettermens Club 2,3 ,4. JANIES WAUGH Another quiet lad this Jim, but someday you'll hear from him. FFA 1,2,3,45 Boys Club 1,2,3,4. 'S' A CES' ws., I J' .Ns 6, 4- nr DONNA WILLIAMS A studious worker we find in this gal. FHA 1,45 Honor Society 25 Junior Red Cross Library 3. JACK WILLIAMS Any fool can study--I'm no fool. Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 15 Ag. 1,2,3,4. ,l.:.3K iv sa V 5 as if. - is GEORGE RUSSELL If flirting was a legitamate business, He'l1 a millionaire. Band 1,25 Choir 1,25 Drum Major 1,253, Ea Editor. JOE WHITTAKER School breaks up my whole day. Track 15 Football 1,25 Choir 15253545 Boys Glee Club 3,45 Annual 4. LENORA WILKINS "Lonnie" lt's nice to be nice when you're naturally nice. Girls Duet 1,25 Girls Trio 35 Accordion Trio 2535 Girls Ensemble 25 Tri-Hi-Y 253,45 Stu- dent Council 3,45 ASB Asst. Treas. 35 AS B Treas. 45 Honor Society 2,3,4. Sec. 35 Girls State 35 Youth Legislature 3. 'iii Q M, , N - 1 X KATHLEEN WOODS "Kitty" A friend to all, a foe to none. Chou 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Pep ciub 3,45 Jun- ior FHA Honor Society 2,3545 Junior Red Cross 25 Ushers Club 1,2. WALDENE ZIMMERMAN "Wally" They say great talkers are little doers, But she's an exception. 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I Q, r H 1 ' E 1 Y 1 yy 9 L ' 6 5mm,,- grassy 4 If R he umor Prom w1Lh the "Star x I I .ff A XM Dust T1me ID Memory Lane" V ' Y X SX 5 theme, was a very memorable oc ' . ' J n Caslon for the many couples who ' attended - 4 -, R- I - ss X r N I ya 5 Q K P2515 1 0 7:5 -- .J X Lf i a , , i'7iff 'lx XY iv 'v J 'T' N The 1956 Homecoming Royalty. CENTER Queen Bar bara Ayarsg LEFT: Princess Sharon Lindquist, RIGHT Princess Sonja Stuller. Queen Barbara ruled with pride and she and her princesses provided our Homecoming with a touch of loveliness. The 1956 Homecoming co-chairman Linda Pal- mer and Eugene Elefson. These two preformed an excellent job of preparation and deserve a lot of credit for the success of the Homecoming. The 1956 football team just before the game The team played a hard game tying the Burlington-Edt ff. 1 mips- Q A X ' 1 if 3.3 Pememfez 704m Seacofw JJ 497 3: wwf' 1 -75 S N Ugg, 6 Nh- Wh Nw' 5' '13 f I ,ff f h h ,jk 1 1. M L? , , x 1 of f 'A EL' Q' 14 -JA . 1. I f A I 1 I T ' V -, .Q - 3- A .. 5 , ' N , .f , ' S. gui, X S , 1 t HR . A 'V' vw S Y ff A Cf' 1 . vi 5 gf. Q f ax . Ng if -A 'N T Liana- I.-,O A - u yf , ' VY' .-f ' Q 1 H W 4. E 5 Q f. . 'We 1 ,ff 7 ' 7 'V 5? V, f f v rx I ai A 'si Eg, ,: A' . rx . C f' 's V SORRY WRONG NUMBER , A T THE IDTTERY ' V I Sharon Lindquist, Esther Swimme, Jan ice Hogwald, Margaret Rezac. Waldene Zimmerman, Frank Russell an nga presented by the class of '57 was a dramatic triumph due to the time and effort of Mr. Tschirgi and the capable per- fo rmers of the cast. 'N HOW TO PROPOSE HOW TO PROPOSE Lorelle Frederickson, Bill Giersch Karen Taylor, Frank Ru:-sell, Richard Lohr fs ir ' A-li I ' HOW TO PROPOSE. HQW To PROPOSE How TO PRoPosE Pat Ryan, Denny Duskm Gary Vance, Winona Him c Denny Duskin, Ron Rod, Margaret Reza fl K 1 ffcbffw ,li ' L' ' lm Q l Janice Taylor Wes Evans 15 ' Secretary l Yell Leader , ' ' li MIX" , . 'U L W 1 L lf W ,1fl,fl4" , bl ,fb if F I "rv ll' 1 iff 1,1 f - L if if gl -L , . ,,' .1 f x ' 'Qu J. jul' ,fy X n A , y Ji, ,V ,I ,X , gl f 1 l ' i A I, df , Stan Nelson Kenny Sather ig, V J Uffu ,l ' 7 President Vice-President vl' if A 0 . my 1' f , , L I 'ff VL, Vfl 1' f A O00 ! ,1 v 1 if ,fb ly ,' f' 1 , LL I q , I V' Jfljlf V Ill!! , xg W WV v WM 1 ,' -fy A Mr. Jenft 1 , 'E 7 Q' Class Advisor if . lst ROW Left to Right: Francis Friddle, Clair Canady, David Baker, Curtis Patch, Richard Dutson, Jack Smith, Glenn Lawty, Frank Rezac, Vernon Kinney, Bill Jantz, Floyd langdon. 2nd ROW: Larry Mallonee, Stan Nelson, Tom Santeford, Jerry Carlson, Ken Sather, Larry Pumphrey, Bob Sabo, Harry Harrier, Orland Freeman, Howard Parker, Bob Norman, Dick Danubio, Don Gibbons, Dave Schroedl. 3rd ROW: John Hershaw, Richard Thompson, Ron A1- baugh, Jim Meyers, George Elder, Charley Sabo, Bob Reed, Bill Kopp, Bill Darst, Bob Sancrant, Fred George, Mike Kaaland, Howard Brown, John Lang, John Case, Daryl Gentry. 4th ROW: George Huffman, Bruno Ostrum, Ralph Kearney, Danny Brooks, Kenny Mani, Bob Taylor, David Lewis, David Brose, Albert Bowles, John Arnot, Wes Evans, Ed Stuller, Lewis Bahls, Bill Brodersen, Denny Rea. Lettermans Club .....PcpClub . . Senior FHA . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . . . .GAA .,.....lli-Y . Honor Society . . Jr. Red Cross . Engineers Club . . Ushers Club . . . . Librarians Student Council i I lst ROW Left to Right: Paula Schulberg, Janet Wognild, Muriel Zude, Marge Mayer, Marilyn Teachout, Carolyn Warrick, Ardetta Bjorn, Doris Woods, Joyce Liddle, Pat Peterson, Helen Raymond Margie Nysether, Susan Rud Carol Johnson. 2nd ROW: Paula Rae Newberg, Alice Taylor, Lois Sundquist, Doreen Swanson, Judy Little Karen Conover, Barbara Rice, Janice Lothian, Bernice Groendyk, Marilyn Mattson, Ann Eliason, Shirley Loth, Donna Mad son, Aileen Satushek, Joyce'Tu.rner, Saundra Johnson, Janice Taylor. 3rd ROW Lilian Thornton, Ardis Anderson, Kathy Rathert Barbara Brendemuhl, Llona Schwab, Roberta Bordsen, Arlene Vroman Margo Zn icker, Ann Tait, Priscilla Hale ,, Alice Fullerton, Trudie Schuler, Kathy Taylor, Darlene Soma, Lila Hendry, Jeanette Templeton, Ann Clark. t 1 ,d Q- '19 .' It f v a E 5 Jean Jghnson Ron and Don Baker Secretary Yell LC:1d6I.'S CD ' ,,,f 1 Qqi., r . 1 ' L-5 Virg Frey Skip Sesby President Vice -President , . QQ ,. 295 Y? Mr. Lennstrom ' Class Advisor gm KNEELING, Left to Right: Kenny Sedy, Kenny Peterson, Don Rosenbach, John Luthic. lst ROW: Clark Badgley, Don Breckhus, Larry Sandstrom, Laurence Thomas, Gary Pederson, Bob Dutson, Ed Fontaine, Don Baker, Mike Larson, Bob Freemen, Ivan Molstad, Gordon Santeford, Fred Frye, Ron Rosenbach, Dennis Hoidal, Glenn Abrahamsen. 2nd ROW: Clayton Bishop, Larry Waugh, Ralph Peterson, Dale Wexon, Ron Baker, Carl Bates, Don Kroeze, Robert Ruthruff, George Groendyk, Rodney Falor, Bob Riece, John Christiansen, Dough Wesson, Jim Lohr, Vic Johnson, Skip Sesby, Virgil Frey, Roger French. 3rd ROW: Don Harraway, Bill Kingston, Ed Millhart, Art Clark, Loland Jensen, Melvin Hooper, Bill Rice, Barry Rankin, Wayne Moser, Steve Paterson, Bruce Willes, Larry Finch, Harlem Webster, Bob Tjerne, Darrel Vander Vate, Thomas Bradley, Bob Trowbridge, Bill Jensen. 5 . Gave a Soph-Frosh Dance l .......... Lettermans Club 24 . . . . . Honor Society 14 . . ...... Football 13 - . . . . Senior FHA 5 . . . ..... Trl-Hi-Y 2 . . .... Ushers Club 3 . . . . . . Student Council s qw KIXIEELING, Left to Right: Betty Nurmi, Sharon Westland, Bernice Hubert, Kay Baker. 1st ROW: Joanne Knight, Rosemary Wahleitlmer, Judy Olson, Linda Kackman, Helen Underwood, Jean Johnson, Janice Olson, Shirley Al- bert, Sandra Marsh, Millie Loth, Vivian Oberg, Marilyn Porter, Faye Stephenson, Doris Jackson, Jennie Lou Francis. Znd ROW: Frances Williams, Lois Freeman, Arlys Vroman, Cathy Despres, Lula Wright, Berna Pulliam, Linda Whit- ley, Linda Pardo, Mary Lee Muller, Bernice Huglen, Gloria White, Linda Rogers, Marie Lind, Darla Warren, Virgin- ia Green, Anette Larson, Helen Griggs, Mae Ver Huel. 3rd ROW: Delores Brekhus, Nancy Groshong, Anette I-lspe, Sheila Simpson, Florence Lower, Violet Breckveldt, Beverly Kroeze, Pat Haughes, Judy Palmer, Faith Orton, Shirley Buchanan, Nel Wiley, Carol Ann Oberg, Gloria Atkins, Vanessa Christler, Sharon Mose, Johanna Walen, Jorene Coo er. - P fl ,. ,I 7 . 0 if-' K My ,N - ' of '60 David Bo d Pat Burke Y Secretary Yell Leader n 0 . 'fl' .0 , 'V 1' C A Mike Larson President if L' :L QT4 Mr. Sarkisian Class Advisor Li 'i Judy Hemhaw V ice -President gm KVEELING, Left to Right: David Hurt, Eugene ZaretLkc, Warren Baty, Marvin Lang, Gilbert McLeod, Emmett Smith Doug Hall, Marvin Jacobson, David Mills, Tom Forsman, Jerry Carlson, David Boyd, Kenny Kaylor, Bob Sarsten, Jerry Tryon. lst ROW: Hank Gibson, Daryl Orton, Jim Hall, David Trowbridge, Bob Sealy, Mike Buell, Craig Par- ker, Leon Badgely. John Rauch, Dennis Ricker, Karley Larson, Jim Jeffreyes, Mike Bloom, David Edstrom, Dwight Jenson, Errol Collins, Don Fletcher. 2nd ROW: Larry Prior, Richard Lewis, Bill Pangborn, Larry Bjorn, Dean Lewis, Lon Langdon, Robert Monson, Ray Peterson, Norman Bahls, Ron Chisrn, Doug Kluinc, Kenny Anderson, Chuck Ream, Craig Ricker, Roy Vernal, Jim Anderson, Charles Warren. 3rd ROW: Mike Tveit, Marvin Smith, Curtis Holm, Albert Huff, Don Casner, Iviike Flanagan, Dick Sass, Mike Larson, David Danudio, Jim Tanis, Dennis Bohan non, Dick Hershaw, lee Brendemuhl, Charles Radko, Dennis Reese, Paul Fadon, Howard Rawley, Will Erickson. 65 is A ff ' 1:13, C5 :S Ja l G' ri "' ' f ..- rra xi' '- 'rr C' 1 Q 'xii fy 02.50 or 'g,,. 6129 WW 4 T A 1 o Gave a Frosli-Soph Dance Gave a Liiile-Big Sister Parry R 2 ......... I11 Stlide1i1Coi1iic1l ll . . . .... Ushers Club , Nl Q ' ,x I i X I . l W f Q 4 I I Q , ,J A , , L Li, i , KNEELING, Left to Right: Marlene Melum, Pat Countryman, Betty Lynn Ratekin, Mary Espc, Karin Roal, Sharon Moe, Margit Storwick, Judy Russell, Karen Hagin, Haiel Johnson, Elaine Esperson, Joyce Valliant, Joyce Quilitz, Judy Starr, Etta Melhart. lst ROW: Annabelle Bruhn, Lucy Logan, Kathleen Nevins, Eunice Lutlmie, Lynn Gore, Ro berta Rylie, Jean Stanbro, Jeanette Becktel, Christina Kallstrom, June Howard, Sandra Alrnli, Lino Dockendorf, Pat Burke, Marcella Porter, Grace Burns. 2nd ROW: Shirley Knight, Karen Freeman, Virginia Canaday, Barbara Taylor, Judy Swanson, Morrine Torske, Roberta Carlson, Monica Ostrom, Janice Pumphrey, Marjorie Colburn, Patricia Kroeze, Dorothy Turner, Myra Wiggins, Darlene Underwood, Nancy Lohr, Mary Liming, Florence Kron, Sharon lligby, Delores Reitz. 3rd ROW: Linda Aylcsworth, Suzan Wilson, Robin Monson, Patsy Haarsager, Joanne Thompson, Nancy Raymond, Judy Maudlin, Judy Alexander, Kay Elder, Judy Hershaw, Darlene Schroedl, Karen Thorscn, Myrna Wiggins, Saundra Shurstad, Ruth Elshaug, Vera Grove, Shirley Higby. iz" 4 5 A W "fini 'Iii-'VW 'R if AQZWOMQZ4' W .QM f. 4V f7'f-f'f4i fi gm 3f,f,0,f,adff4w14444ff- A if I f Aafwffd p f-Qz Zf- 9ff?"'UL. 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Treasurer Roy Su'otz Business Manager I SITTING, left to right: Mike Larson, Denny Miller, Audrey Larson, Waldene Zimmerman, Mr. Danubio, Denny Duskin, Eugene Elfson, Marilyn Phillips, Lenora Wilkins, Pat Peterson, Roy Strotz, Stan Nelson, Virgil Frey. STANDING: Dick Sax, Bill Giersch, Sharon Mose, Vanessa Christler, lorelle Frederickson, George Huffman, Don Gibbons, Gary Vance, Dick Danubio, Marilyn Snyder, George Russell, Janet Hughes, Ann Eliason, Ann Clark, Donna Madson, Marilyn Mattson, Carolyn Warrick. fm. 71. ff, KNEELING, lett to r1ght Pat Countryman Betty Lynn Ratekrn Mary Espe Sharon Moe, Karrn Roal Margxt Storwlck, Sharon Hrgby Elame Esperson, June Howard, Sandra Almlr lst ROW Lucy Logan, Jean Stanbro, Ann Bruhn Lynn Gore, Rober ta Rylre, Karen Thorsen Robrn Monson, Joyce Qu1ltz Darlene Underwood, Judy Russell, Judy Starr Jeanette Becktell, Lrnda Dockendorf 2nd ROW Kathy Nevrns, Marlene Melum, Barbara Taylor, Judy Swanson, Morrlne Torske, Roberta Carlson, Monrca Ostrom, Sue Pumplrrey, Dorothy Turner, Myra Wrggms, Nancy Lohr Flor ence Kron, Shirley Hrgby Karen Freeman, Vrrgrnla Cannady 3rd ROW Lmda Aylesworth, Susan Wrlson, Patsy Haarsagar Joanne Thompson, Nancy Raymond Judy Maudlln, Judy Alexander, Kay Elder, Grace Byrnes Delores Rextz, Myrna Wrggms, Saundra Shurstad Ruth Elshaug, Vera Grove, Mary Ann L1m1ng Etta Melhart S 7747,-i" lst RO V, left to rrght Manlyn Phrllxps, Marllyn Snyder, Waldene Zxmrnerman, Margaret Rezac, Lorelle Frederrckson, Dor1s Woods, Korene Kraetz, Ann Ta1t Sandra Marsh Irene Peterson Vu guna Lrnd Bernlce Groendyk, Arlls Vroman, Joanne Wallen, Coleen Bradley, Helen Raymond 2nd ROW Marrlyn Teachout, Audrey Larson, Shella Sxrnpson, Janrce Hegwald, Pat Collms, Jan 1ce Taylor, Ann Clark, Judy Lrttle, Judy Olson, Mary Muller, Sharon Mose, Jan1ce Lothla, M1ll1e Loth, Marle Lmd, Lmda Rogers, Glorra Ream, Donna Madson, Shrrley Albert Paula Schulbert Margaret Nysether 3rd ROW Roberta Bordsen, Margo Zwlcker, Alrce Taylor, Joyce Turner, Llona Schwab, Delores Breckhus, Betty Nurm1, Falth Orton, Shlrley Buchanan, Beverly Kroeze Donna Wxlharns, Sylvla Kraetz Esther Sw1mme, Verna Brshop, Trudy Schuler, Kathy Taylor Darlene Soma, L1la Hendry W!f,,,W?,f17'y L M ,.7A,,i,,,ftm,fJ X tiyfiffffl ff yt. 7, 7, A 6 I ' f L, 4175, J t 4,54 . 175314. ,fc cpe' JYQM-f zfjukvll F47j6Jf,A,, fnff, Ol., Ffa.,-fl , ,ffnil ,gffj 7, 6473, ,Am 4,,'1,Qfo,, ' D' 44,' fervfwvfvagj , ff 4 .-L .!.fQ L., lst ROW, left to right: Pinky Ricker, Dean Lewis, Marvin Lang, Raymond " Peterson, Norman Bahls, Marvin Smith, Mike Tviet, Kenny Sedy, Jerry Tryon, ,f -f , I I Bob Sarsten, David Trobridge, Carlie Larson, Bob Sedy. 2nd ROW: Ralph if. .1-,,,!,",L, L 5 ff! Peterson, Larry Sandstrom, Bob Freeman, David Hurt, Bill Pangvorn, Chuck L ' "XXL" Ream, Craig Ricker, Larry Prior, Skip McLeod, Leigh Brendemuhl, Lon Lang- -N, f don. 3rd ROW: Donald Brekkus, Melvin Hooper, Loland Jensen, Ed Melhart, rj Cfgfclugf 1 f ff , 7 L f ,jf ,CPC ,J ,, L Bill Rice, Barry Rankin, Bob Dutson, Charles Rakie, Don Fletcher, James An- f .P ,,,L49L!,,4lkl,, ,ff 55,71 Zikn L c- L ff, ff N- 5paZ,ZL!j p nf' ' 'X '-R g 'fvac .VUQ W!" T -A , ,Y R ffgfff' 4' in J cf A f ' , Jamal' 32" M? , L , ff: A J ,ff 52 Q, ,sl giraffe 1 if -ll -ew 60159 L" I' M JL 1' f " 9 -... . 1 an A J, ,,,,l5'.vfC,44' Ki b:,,.,LC., mentor, ffwfiw , 4, 65, Q W ft! 3 og few 'Hi 9? ' ' pa ". l-fl S I 5 4, , 4 Q' to 114' Lfdf-wi L' 7' ,f' ff' , rua il tif S 4 ,'ft,a., Yi, 15.647, V,QiA,74,,L,lZx, 2 ,,WA,f,f" 7 1 ff, cr, 1: , '7,c'A.4'f J f If , A A ,J ,. f, Zglftgfin lst ROW: Francis Friddle, Bob Krause, Richard Lohr, Jim Meyers, Roy Strotz, Don V " L Swanson, Stan Nelson, Bob Norman, Bill Darst, Richard Dutson, Floyd Langdon. , ,Y 7' X 2nd ROW: Bill Kopp, Clare Canady, Gary Peterson, Bill Case, David Lewis, Kenny t '-QQ6f,,f,,4lf fl M Ufffllf Moni, John Lang, Bill Jantz, Dennis Rea. 3rd ROW: Ralph Knudson, Melvin Hoo- W , K . per, Selvin Stenson, Jim Dennis, David Brose, Albert Bowles, Howard Brown, Gerald . I I QM Lij Nysether, Glenn Rust, Louis Bahls. .ffm f V Q " J! ftfftfr ,450 ,Q N eff M , L ,fs , , if f ' J iff ' ., W af fff L, Q 13 f of ot., 'Q ' ' A . ' ' , .'- -,' ' if ,M 1,3 ,girly ,Ti N, ,fa g fdtmx, a A if PJ ,J in 7 '35 'il V, , lst ROW: Carolyn Warrick, Ni Lrilyn Stedman, Pat Jun? Marilyn Snydrr Audrey Larson, Linda Palmer, Ardul 1 Bjorn, Lorelle Fredrriclcon, Winona Hiett, Jackie Sigvartsen. 2nd ROW Rmhleen Woods, Janice Lothian Vane essa Christler, Sharom Mosc, Mary Vluller, Sandra Vlarsh, Judy Palmer Pat Ryan, Judy Huffman. 3rd ROW Marilyn Phillips, Jmet Hughes, Ann Clark Ann Eliason, Janice Taylor, M lrily n Mattson Joyce Liddlr., Lrnora Wilkins, Pat Peterson, Margo Zwicker za- 715- Advisor, Mnlmd Lord I ' ab "3 ' 1-3 iq OFFICERS: Lenora Wilkins, Treas.3 Dol j reen Swanson, Sec., Stan Nelson, Vice- Pres.' Ron Rod, Press llelen Raym d V Rep.Z Lois Freefaulzgn, Rcfgf If ' L N 4 uv ruff" V If ,V " ' . L L if I L A' J 4 1, lg, My fl laf n ,J vglzlzpv Cf In if P Be ty Sl l f A, ,f ,ff , 7 u , , Y?t'?fLJvlLpd4Lf,giA!5 7ll LM LL Q 44 . t wwf' f W J, V yi, 9 M19 lflh LA' and nffdlfi! ' S . W W ' fl M D150 ,V1,,fn,,Q Jdjif . C1 wufffijfcqj KNEELIN : Geor eallder J! Holm Richard Lolu lst ROW. Wa ne t G S X , my , - ' Y Quilitz, Bob Norman, George Juffman, Don Gibbons, Denny Duskin, Vernon Kinney, David Schroedl, Eugene Elefson, Bob Taylor, Linda Palmer, Winona Hiett, Jackie Sigvartsen, Korene Kraetz, Barbara Rice. 2nd ROW: Kathleen Woods, Marla Biclke, Ardetta Bjorn, Janice Taylor, Carolyn Warrick, Saundra Johnson, Ann Eliason, Marilyn Mattson, Joyce Liddle, Mike Kaaland, David Lewis, Susan Rude, Irene Peterson, Marilyn Stedman, Aileen Satushek. 3rd ROW: Lillian Thorton, Barbara Brendemuhl, Caroline Hudson, Ann Adolfson, Margaret Rezac, Waldene Zimmerman, Pat Jantz, Margo Zwicker, Ann Tait, Pat Peterson, Paula Schulberg, Donna Madson, Shirley Lodi. 4 Ht C? U of . Lai-fri' ' 2436 Q I.EP'l' to RIGHT: Janice Taylor, Lrene reterson, Korene Kraetz, Marilyn Snyder, Gretchen Lindquist, Audrey Larson. LEFT to R1GllT: Violet Bleeck, Carol Fors- '5 man, Karin Roal. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: bharon Mose, Judy Olsen, Linda Whitley, Cathy Deprees, Roberta Carlson, Kay Elder Karen llugins, Karen Thorscn, Roberta Rylie, Darlene Underwood. 2nd ROW: Vanessa Cluistler, Carol Oberg, Judy haw Gretchen Lind uist Judy Starr, Christina Kallstrorn, Robin Monson, Shirley Albert, Pat Hughes. TOP ilers , 1 q , ROW: Joyce Quilitz, Barbzua Ayztrs, Joanne Knight. I 'fire 4--., ' ,Ni 147151 1 lst ROW, left to right Wes Evans, George Huffman, Bob Sabo, Tom San teford, Dick Danubio, Ron Rod, Dick Jensen, Don Gibbons, Denny Mrller Stan Turkovich, Gary Vance, Dough Whitley 2nd ROW Frank Rezac John Hershaw, Bob Jacobson, Bob Norman, Don Olstad, George Elder, Bob Ryl1e, Mel Borseth, Frank Russell, Larry Mallonee 3rd ROW Mike Kaa Ernest Ludwick Advisor land, Eugene Elefson, Glenn Lawty, David Schroedl, Selvln Stensen Ver non Kinney, Stan Nelson, Denny Duskin, Bob Reed, Darryl Jensen John Arnet, Gerry Carlson Margaret Mall. Advisor 4,414 lst ROW, left to right Marilyn Stedman, Margaret Rezac, Waldene Zim merman, Marilyn Snyder, Judy Huffman, Shirley Loth, Audrev Larson Joyce Liddle, Jackie Sigvartsen Linda Palmer, Winona Hiett, Lotelle Frederickson, Irene Peterson. 2nd ROW Sharon Lindquist, Janet Hughes Paula Schulberg Gretchen Lindquist, Ann Eliason, Marilyn Mattson, at Ryan, Janice Taylor Carolyn Warrick, Ardette Bjorn, Margaret Nysether 3rd ROW' Elaine Olson, Shirley Miller, Ann Adolfson, Aileen Satushek, Saundra Johnson, Margo Awicker, Arlene Vroman, Ann Tait, Pat Peterson Sandra Johnson, Korene Kraetz -ll A Genevieve Shoudy, Advisor lst ROW, left to right: Elaine Olson, Helen Griggs, Ann Adolfson, Marilyn Teachout, Barbara Ayers, Bernice Huglen, Gloria White, Esther Swimmc. 2nd ROW: Verna Bishop, Shirley Miller, Virginia Lind, Helen Raymond, Gloria Ream, Margaret Huglen, Donna Williams, Shirley Marken. 3rd ROW: Alice Taylor, Barbara Rice, Karen Conover, Barbara Brendemuhl, Florence Lower, Carol Johnson, Sylvia Kraetz, Joyce Turner. cuzchfzfed lst ROW, left to right: Eunice Luthie, Shirley Miller, Nellie Jackson, Francis Santeford, Violet Bleeck, Darlene Mosier, Gloria Ream, Margaret Huglen, Susan Rude. 2nd ROW: Sandra Johnson, Margaret Mayer, Janice Lothian, Karen Taylor, Sylvia Kraetz, Lawerence Rued, Martin Danner, Juanita Brooks, John Gallaguher. Nelda Ulery, Advisor A 1 iiiiit 5 r Gladys West, Advisor lst ROW, left to right: Alice Taylor, Llona Schwab, Lucy Logan, Joyce Turner, Beverly Kroeze, June Howard, Myra Wiggins. 2nd ROW: Shirley I-ligby, Ann Bruhn, Roberta Carlson, Joanne Thompson, Karen Conover, Marlene Me- lum, Jeanette Becktell, Judy Maudlin. 3rd ROW: Grace Byrne, Virginia Canaday, Kathy Nevins, Barbara Brende- muhl, Florence Lower, Sheila Simpson, Etta Melhart, Myrna Wiggins. .I 5-e , xy LEFT to RIGHT: Bob Taylor, Aileen Satushek, Richard Lohr, Frank Rezac, Ann Tait, Barbara Rice. lst ROW, left to right: Pat Ryan, George Russell, Pat Jantz, Doug Whitley. 2nd ROW: Linda Palmer, Wal- dene Zimmerman, Marilyn Phillips, Carol Johnson, Dick Jensen. Q Q' S'mdr 1 Johnson Judy Huffm 111 Ixorpne Kmuz Trudy Schuler 4... Iruu PLtu"io11 Jamcn Lotlu 111 Bernxce. 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I 'L X h.: , e,u J , si Q- A..L Margaret Nysether Gretchen Lmdqu 1st Margaret Rezac Paula Schulberg and Marxlyn Stedman Ass't Janlce Taylor and Dr111 Leader Dorls Woods Lmda Palmer 4 a n v A Sonja Stuller Pat Peterson L .L Manlyn Ph1!.11ps Margo Zwrcker Carol Forsman Ardetta BJorn Q. r -:J L4 A A '4 ' ' I of M .. A I A 5 fi . Qi - - " . , . . W V 3 -A 1 ,wrt e I ' fi X, NL V . a N' Y . w J-:V L ' , 1 'if tk f- , '4' ft t 1? 5 H V 4 .' r fm za" LEFT to RIGHT: Martin Danner, Orland Freeman, Jim Dennis, Howard Rawley, Bruno Ostrom,, Gary Vance, Darrell Van- dervate, Mr. Pistorese, Advisor. M.. Q I Q 'lc oi Nr' A I lst ROW, left to right: John Arnot, Jim Myers, Robert San- crant, Stan Nelson, Don Gibbons, David Schroedl, Mike Kaa- land, Gerry Carlson. 2nd ROW: David Brose, Vernon Kinney, Jerry Holm, Bill Giersch, Gary Birkestol, Wayne Quiltz, John Case, Curtis Patch. 3rd ROW: Bob Jacobson, Don Olstad, David Baker, Glenn Lawty, Bob Taylor, George Huffman, Bob Norman. Advisors, Mr. Lennstrom 8zMr. Bacon. STANDING: Mr. Lord, Advisor, Roy Strotz. ON LADDER: Dick Jensen, Stan Turkovich, Darryl Jensen, Fred George. PEEKING: Skip Melum. Ve Q15 Annual Sfaff 1 Pvlf rctqrg, 4 X Y QA, aw 'fl 4-9 if 'Qwxf-ff fag M X ff 5 gY'1f144Al 3 oy- Sgmps X c If X .1 MQ panels Annxux X! Ag r X Sqfdnhual U Pv rlvfov if ff f IV :if X ,BNN X 'QQ TW 1,53 G if J? gf sf fxff' WM' ,, mx W I f wa cc, 'Q f I' X Ln on 5 midi' 1 -aw wb!! ,W LT fu chi-f W AY Nfl K -de .P+ ,"3,.4- '5- I K fVw 6- I X T Q Q The FHA f X N U5E5g"vXl sxfaw I -I H r ' . f ' ' .' 'f f. f A ! 1 ' ' A if f , fx A ' Q: Y ' ' R fa - ff ' W ,, Q A I. 1t,x x A xii, , -X P ink . I ,ggi Y . -v A ' .' K ' ' -X 4, A . ,Zi - 'v 1. X Qi -- 1d Vx' Y ' ll 5 . , - W f1QM5,'iM, f. . - ' Y X ,lx lx ' -rf Q X! . A 'Yi v l 1 I A ' ' . w ,F V t JI, , VX if . at 'J' - b L " , . if 1 I '. 5 A V 4 K I ' V, kv :M X I' Alf Q. I fj fv gi Q. U ' ., ' , ,W T, ff W W. . by - W . 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K . . . - M l ' , A , I '17, , I . Q I . I X X ' F' 4 Q Ni, LEFT to RIGHT Queen Delorus Woods, Prmcesses Myrna Edstrom, Carol Ann Oberg and Saundra Shurstad. The Queen was crowned durmg mtermxssxon of the gala affau Those attendmg the Caxmval enloyed many excxtmg C-Q." 5 C L so rx +CW ,4 4 r f 1 R L 1 . "1 - - " . ,, , , , . A. . f fv 1 . ,nn Again.. A "X, 5 ' -"5 A f fi, 71. S, Roy M. Larsen, Director lst ROW, left to right: Esther Swirnrne, Morrine Torske, Judy Russell, Robin Monson, Korene Kraetz, Irene Peter- son, Bernice Groendyk. 2nd ROW: Faye Stephensen, Patsy Haarasgar, Barbara Ayars, Johanna Wallen, Margit Stor- wick, Marla Bielke. 3rd ROW: Glenn Lawty, Glenn Hurn, Warren Beaty, Doug Hall, Robert Monson, Wayne Quilitz Craig Parker, Frank Rezac, 4th ROW: George Elder, Art Clark, Paul Faydon, Ron Albaugh, John Hershaw. I . . - v., !""S - gem! Gave a Fall Concert Gave a Christmas Concert Gave a Spring Concert Gave concerts summer 1956 for Sold cookies for new uniforms Received new uniforms uniform fund lst ROW, left to right: Marilyn Stedman, Linda Erickson, Delores Breckhus, Joyce Valiant, Betty Nuxmi, Arlys Vro man, Ann Adlofson, 2nd ROW: Judy Huffman, Marilyn Snyder, Nancy Raymond, Ruth Elshaug, Margjo Zwicker Arlene Vroman, 3rd ROW: Gene Zaretzke, David Edstrom, Mike Bloom, Ron Chism, Johnny Rauch, Carl Zaretzke, Jim Tanis. 4th ROW: Frank Russell, Denny Duskin, Bob Taylor, Henry Gibson. Albert Huff. F5 -v-p, K7 Q Q 0 F9 Q , , FOUR QUARTERS LEFT to RIGHT: Helen Raymond, Nancy Raymond, Ruth Elshaug, Saundra Shurstad. GIRL'S ENSEMBLE lst ROW: Linda Dockendorf, Judy Olson, Helen Raymond, Pat Burke, Bar- bara Ayars, Judy Starr, Margaret Nysether, Margaret Huglund, Lenora Wilkins 2nd ROW: Korene Kraetz, Beverely Kroeze, Lorelle Frederickson, Wally Zim- merman, Linda Whitley, Marilyn Snyder, Marilyn Phillips, Ann Clark. BRASS SEXTETTE lst ROW: Doug Hall, David Ed- strom, John Hershaw, 2nd ROW: Nancy Raymond, Denny Duskin, Bob Taylor. PEP BAND ' lst ROW: Barbara Ayars, Mike Bloom, Marla Bielke, Ann Adolfson, Doug Hall Bob Monson, David Edstrom, Henry Gibson, Glenn Lawty. 2nd ROW: Arlene 1 Vorman, Craig Parker, John Hershaw, Marilyn Snyder, George Elder, Wayne Quilitz, Deloris Brekhus, Linda Erickson, Betty Nurmi. 3rd ROW: Margit Stor- wick, Frank Rezac, Joann Wallen, Margo Zwicker, Bob Taylor, Denny Duskin, Dennis Reece, Albert Huff, Jim Tannis, Paul Faden, Marilyn Stedman, Bernice Groendyk, Korene Kraetz, rs , 'I A J . K Q HQ i 114, fa 2-:Wdf - wx -'. lx l X -P - -.i 'T lx TROMBONE QUA RTETTE Glenn Lawty, Hand Gibson, Al- SAXOPHONE QUAR-I-E-I-TE i bert Huff, Bob Monson. Glenn I-Iurn, Margo Zwicker, v 'f Marla Bielke, Mike Bloom. J U si V , . .T-8, X , T. ja, TRUMPET TRIO Craig Parker, Wayne Quilitz, George Elder. BOY'S GLEE CLUB lst ROW: Danny Brooks, Denny Miller, Bob Reed, Gary Vance, Doug Whitley Errol Collins. 2nd ROW: Melvin Hooper, Joe Whittaker, Frank Russell, Jack CLARINET QUARTE-I-TE Brooks, Mike Buell, John Hershaw, Dick Sass. Bernice Groendyk, Irene Peterson, Marilyn Snyder, Marilyn Stedman, f K1 ff QHQAL WL97' ' X 1 R, g! 1 "-K, IL 'H L 'X f ' L JL! f Q ,nf 05 X . H .1 1 . 4 'V 7 NM p f' ' . Q V52 .. f I ug. .J ' ,W K., f, If Lf ,,4-. fr' 1115 U I 1 , ' 111 I ,-'Af NJY'v,.lfU ,,,. 1' 'E ' KJ 3 I ,.-vi ,L 4,1 ,wk 'f fs' X a u X fl, Y L'-f' U. Y, 4 , 1 a ' fa ' xxjrv 3 x X x A xl 'X 5 ,J X H ww g X '..f , ...-.., M .- ..lx " ', . W Q 'k ,x SML, 7 -J' 1 X 1 Q, X 1 x ik 2 ff E. fx' R xl g X K X . X P .J ' F. I' iv, , ,X ,L v X ,, ,J , , gl-l Y . Q, A - an -, an f 3 . R' . XY? K 'J' .zz ll "' Q N- JN . 'A , W NX ,RX 5. AX ... ,K - : fi ra ,W Gary Vance, QB Vernon Kinney, HB Bill Darst, QB George Huffman, FB ff- . If N 11 1 W xx w .I i ,. Tom Santeford, HB ' T, V ' nj Dick Danubio, E 2-G ,n Q. T ti l l I 1 COACHES, Mr. Pistorese and Mr. Mmm. AX 4 I gi? A .ilpf Don Gibbons, HB M91 Bgfgeth, E lst ROW, left to right: Gary Vance, George Huffman, Mel Borseth, Denny Miller, Bob Rylie, Denny Duskin, Darryl Jensen, Selvin Stensen, Dick Danubio, Vernon Kinney, Don Gibbons. 2nd ROW: John Case, John Hershaw, George Elder, Tom Santeford, Ken Sather, Bill Darst, Wes Evans, Bill Rice, Don Olstad, A1 Tryon, Glenn Lawty, Ron Rod, manager, 3rd ROW: Gerry Carlson, manager, Don Rosenbaugh, Ivan Molstad, Ron Rosenbaugh, Denny Hoidal, Fred Frye, Glenn Abrahamson, Glen Hum, Richard Jensen, Mike Kaaland, Stan Nelson, Mike Larson. I . ' .sued :J ti U." F5 inc. . : lik-'if Jn -'-K. .. 731,11 We I ,za 15 -15423-i17Plev:f Q nr 1 'D QY? D7 5 lx if " 4' .af ' 6 til - Darryl Jensen, G 1 1 L Wes Evans, C 50. '44 -. ,1 xl" 'Oni Denny Duskin, C 7 I, F, l Ken Sather, T 1 Q Sept. 14 -Twin Cities 0 Arlington 26 I D Sept. 21 Mount Vemonl '7 Arlington 13 -A -- oct. 5 Marysville' 'I Anmgroniis Oct. 12 Lake Stevens 12 Arlington 18 - . M'll G ' S 1 S T Denny 1 er' Oct. 19 Anacortes '20 Arlington 0 e vm tenson' Oct. 26 Burlington ' V 0 Arlington 1"0 Nov. , 2 Snohomish 7 Arlington 6 Nov. 9 Edmonds 25 Arlington 0 . .3 Nov. 16 Sedro Woolley 26 Arlington O .1 L Il ' 1,1 1:5 , t C - ' Bob Rylie, G Bin Rice, G F The Eagles in Action IYLX Q X- - ' tiff Bill Darst, F I jf J S7 it 4 009 Dick Danubio, F NO! , 1' 3-"G .. yrf 11 If QXFJY ,ar Denny Duskin, G Ralph Kearney, C Don Gibbons, Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlingt on Arlington Arlington Arlingt on Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlin gton Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Sedro-Wooley 46 Oak Harbor 38 Lake Stevens 31 Marysville 46 Mt. Vernon 44 Edmonds 44 Anacortes 72 Oak Harbor 74 Everett 45 Burlington 38 Snohomish 28 Sedro-Wooley 54 Lake Stevens 29 Marysville 55 Edmonds 47 Anacortes 60 Everett 68 Burlington 45 Snohomish 37 Mount Baker 59 The Arlington Eagles in Action against Mt. Baker in a very exciting game. Dick Jensen, F 7' lvvff fa 9 KNEELING, left to right: Bill Rice, George Elder, Vernon Kinne Ga Pearson, Gary Vance 2nd ROW' Don Olstad, Y 1-'Y . . Bob Rylie, Ken Sather, Bob Sabo, Glenn I-lurn. 3rd ROW: Bruno Ostrorn, Denny Hoidal, George Huffman, Gerry Carl- son, Dick Jensen, Frank Russell. U ,MW-ja Vffvii f 1 , 'li ,iw Mllblvilfy J WQ,MLOt7za4a6 f M QW W f we ,Elly WL ,fn W 2 fini AH F27 KNEELING, left to right: Henry Gibson, Doug Kluin, Bob Sedy, Ray Peterson, Charles Ream, Bill Rice, Paul Hurn. 2nd ROW: Laurence Thomas, Bill Kopp, Kenny Sather, Maurice Thomas, Denny Hoidal, George Elder, Howard Rawley. 3rd ROW: John Hershaw, Mike Larson, Wes Evans, Bob Sabo, Bob Rylie, Gary Pearson, James Dennis, Glen Hurn, Advisor, Mr. Pistorese, 24144217 5 70 ' ' KNEELING, left to right: Don Baker, Ron Baker. lst ROW: Frank Russell, Darryl Jensen, Tom Santeford, Doug Whitley, Don Gibbons, Glen Lawty. 3rd ROW: Mr. Ludwick, Advisor, Mike Kaaland, Rodney Faylor, Curtis Patch, Virgil Frey, Wes Evans, Art Clark, John Arnot. 2 1 ,J mf , qs' ' N 5 .ay -Q ,.... .A O .- x ff 'Q .:-.,,"-is-get , S, .Y Pk. fi ag.. , lst ROW, left to right: Winona Hiott, Pat Ryan, Janice Taylor, Judy Starr, Carolyn Warrick, Miss Mills. 2nd ROW Carol Oberg, Ann Eliason, Marilyn Mattson, Joyce Liddlc. 5' 7 1st ROW, left to right: Jim Meyer, Frank Rezac, Bill Kopp, Eugene Elefson, David Scliroedl, Mr. Pistorcse 2nd ROW: Bob Norman, Dick Danubio, John Hcrshaw, Glenn Abrahamson, Maurice Thomas, Selvin Stenson. .. fl .,, T: 1 is sf' 1141 SV" W Bl.. N. If ""x l Janet Hughes r11yn Snyde Ann Ehason M Sm GIIIS ID then' football season outf1ts KNEELING left to nght Ann Ehason Manlyn S er Janet Hughes STANDING Carolyn Warnck Manlyn Ann C1 D nna Madson JV WWW 4w Donna Madson 6 Day Manlyn Mattson J 'lllll , -1 "lu . 1 q J M- -D pm l L if e '.5 , ,ef A ' A It . . , K I - x x ' Q WV I Em i fs' N 'R f . . a y . T , tt. 3 . , . X. O , . X, N Aff? . X . " - , w ,Q . X ft: V V YR A . V pr, .. ' 9 My f Q' W .1 1 1 .N f 5' 6 JL! ' , 4 I 1' 0 e , "J J Q . n ' 5 1 1 -l s as f ' s I! Vt s I Y I ' A k 14. 71, S. LEFT to RIGHT: Mr. Jenft, Advisorg Pat Peter- son Asst. Trea.s.g Lenora Wilkins, Treas. f I r 43 ,r J. . cf J 'rvl .., , , Mr, Jenft, Advisory Sonja Stuller, David Land. ,jf l'f'l'7 - , if 5.0 all-'C0 IO' 14-W' Q. 1 , . 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'n f semors sr 'Y Rx da, q Q d on rr School Starts 'SQQNVXQ-A i 5 B1g and Little Sister Party G1Il'S League Homecoming Dance G1Il'S Leagn National Assembly xx Pep Club and Band marched in Santa Claus X X X Parade A XX National Assembly Rainbow Tolo i Christmas Concert x,.,.-,7 Senior Play Z 3 'xc X712 ff NN-os it W 1"' fl H Pep Club Carnival I fi kg X SX C M If Junior Senior Ball - Toast of Manhattan Choir Contest National Assembly Senior Tree Planting ,A o, X K SSXXQ fc A if National Assembly Honor Society Banquet Debate Tournament fD1StI1Ct, at WWCE Snohomlsh Exchange Assembly ftherej Marysville Exchange Assembly ftherej Debate Tournament at PLC Donna Madson State Cherry Pge Champion District Tournament play off with Mount Baker Exchange Assembly with Snohomish Exchange Assembly wlth Marysville State Debate Toumament at WSC Tournament Debate conference at C National Assembly Pep Club Drill Team Conference 'X X 5 ' Xa ,fxix . 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