Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1931

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H ISTC IQV As .11111111'.s 11'1' 111'1' 1'1'I'.l1 .s-111111. 111 111'1'1'11 11"111'11,l1 11'1' 1111. ' 1Y1'. UU 1-111 11 1x 1111 '11 11x 1111' N1'11i11'.x' 111, '11111 1111111 1111 x-11 Il' 11.N'1 ,1111'11 11'111.' x11 1'11'I. '1'11 511111111 11l11l1f 111' xl 1 11111 ll 1'1111111'1 11111 N11 1111'-I1 j11l'1' 11-Y 11111 fl j111l111'I', 1,111 511-1'l' I 11' 11.. 111l1'11 113' 11'1' 1'11111 1111. l1I '1111111 1,1 1 11 111 111 114 v'-l'1l1N 111f11'1' 11'1'1'1' 1111'11111,'11, un 1'l1l'1 1111 -111111 1111 11'1'1'1 1 Ill 111111 1111'1', N11 1l'1'11 11,v1 11111' 111'1'111111111x111111111.x '111' 11111 f111x A11l1I1'. 19111 11I11.' 411111111 . ' .111l'l1 f'11I1' . "1 " 1.1'11l1. "ll N1 111. 1111.11 l'11- 1 . 1111' 111 ,111 1111. 1341111 ll' ,11111 w. 1'111'11v 11 ' . 1311.-1.' 11 111: .l11'I1 1'1111'1l . .11I1'1'I-11 11 11 -11. 11 1 1,1ll'11l111 A'ln'11'11H .111,' 111. I11'1111.x'11'1I,' 1311111 11'1 U11 .x1, "11 H f'1'l111. l,'111'1'1111'1 111111. 111 '11111 l'11:'1.11. 11'l11 l1111'11. "I' 'A lI111-1.'11'. "1 " 'l'111x.x-1111. "l'111"' 1"1l- 111'11', H11 "1111: I'.'11I 1,1l111 111411, 1111111 .' w . 1'.'1111111'1 U'1.v1, "l'11'1" I-'i1111'11', 1111111 1x'11111 l1'1l11 1114-5 ,11111 1x'11.x'11. 1111'1111'1 f'11111'111. "If 11111.. 111' 111. l11'l,1111g li1'1'111111'1'11l11'11l. "'I'1111111111" N11 1 11111, " ' ,Arm ' .sn- CARL SMITH-President ALLEN CHARLTON--Vice President l I 11111 Alder E Anderson C Anderson Arnold Buchanon B1 rke Busby Cnrlstlan Colwell I Colwell Cram D-lvues Edw1rds N Edw1rds Fan st Granger I B'xre Charlton de Jong Hadley Birtro Clemans Dickson Hamblen 5 Bmerer Biacker Boise Bmqsvpaw Bieckon Brnndt , Y 3, . . . . MISS CRAMER--Advisor KENNETH GRANTATrensurer HAFZRIET GAULT-Secretary ',..-A351 'f -5 1 V v i H II Hltchmson Ireland Jeans Johnson Jorqenson Kelso B K g H K xg Lambert Ledbetter Leonard Metcwlfe Mulls H Mmton H Mmton Moree Pulsow Pmney PI1ti Pott Fmger Fhssel Shnngler In 4111 L' . ' s . lu . Il Mcf-'arlzmd Mg:GIenn N. Mgrks T. Marks Massourns Mathews I MISS HALVEFISON Advnser THOMAS SHIPMAN Presudent of M K W Club 4 411 Henderson Hensel Hodges J Hodges Holloway Houser Snegfrled Skuffmgton Stnegler Sweet Thayer Hamilton Tjossem Twilliger Watts Whitmore E. Winegar H. Winegar I. ' ff! IJONOR ROLL SQPIIOIVIORIT Icl fxr I3ow111 in I arl Qfunplgnll Rutlw C Imample ck D'lWbOH X me I 111: r on I me Hansen C or e lmr1e lVl1lflred lensvn unos lVlerrvrnan C larence Parcel Barney RoI1ertQ Beryl lqomlmson JUNIOR Ignrnlcq Xrler lend iare Bernlre Colwell Naor ll I dwarcls YP VII od c funvs 40d PI1yll1s HutcI11nSon V1r mm Ireland f an F' 50 Hdrrmt Ixlu IansX MCPdfl1I1d 11111 IWA c n Xn EIIDC Ma 01111 51 frlfl P.-1ul or I Clvxm Rlclu irdson Stanlex SI11n ler I1f17el Vvme ar DL XIOR Lula Crawford X 11' mm Cjeehan IOUISL IIIITI6 led ohnbon 'Vhldred Ixav lI1om1s MCC lenn Marx MCI ennon Wllblzr Pamtf-r Llern Putnam C atherlne Randall VIf1r1a11 bpauldm Florenff' bterllnz, Xlvm Sxendnon Dan Wa1te lbdbel fumwalt 'Vl1r1am Zumvwalt -1 2' 2 ,... 11 Jil , ' ' VVYV VAYYY V YV .' . f S Q- Y V -VVVU V ill , In 2 ' , ,,,,,,,,,A,,, I2 11 .111, . ,.: 1 I , 1,,, A,,,,,V, V N' .1 2 I 1- ffl' I". tl. I'l gifs , , ,l' I gras ., ..,,,,,. 'sc' '- f ffA vi li ,lx ,, ,,,, V ' lf V mr j f, -----'ff --f-- V - J' j ' ' 2 ,, ,, ,, , Leroy WlcSay ,,,,, ,,A, , H sle fs 'sf , A g ' :ss Us .Mg ' ' s 1 ,,,,,,, ,, .N ' .Q Q ' g ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1' . ' rg: ,Y,.,,.., ,,,, , il. . S14 ' ' Qf 1,11 ff 1111 fr 1 ' ' fffrfff ffrlff v ZS in .,,., ,,.. . , 1 ' ' 1 ' I ., N , U , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,., . 1 ' A Y I I . ' ..... .,.,.,,, ..,,, HERBERT DRIVER-- President BILL PRICE- Vice Presudent M ISS DAWSON- Adviser C ASS C F '33 OFFICERS Plesxdsnt Hmbelt DIIXCI VICE Plesldent B111 Pr1ce Secxetary DOIIS Mawnard Treaiurer Sue W1111ams Soph Replesentatlve Wayne Turley Advlsels MISS Dawson and Ml Koemg N X I I I I I pxon I 1 lx nf nl x ll ll I 4N'1X 5 II nw n uh 1 I illkf n I I IIN Ill 4 IN 1 IX! N I IIN I U I 11114 'N ESQ , - NI Ft. KOENIG- Adviser W'AYN E TURLEY- Soph. Representative SUE WILLIAMS- Treasurer DORIS MAYNARD- Secretary Ella-4 - As Sophomores we are very grand. And we want you to know we deserve a hand We re just beglnnlng to see our way and It wont be long Ill we have full sway And to show you what we can really do we ve llsted our accompllshments for vou Debate Ahce Emerson ean Pape Crchestra Axleen Gregory .Ames Stephens lowell Rogers lxem Blacker Glee Club Beulah orgenson Marjorxe Tucker Allce Evans 111 1 1111s 1 I ll ,N 111 11111 1M11l1 11 11 I 1 X 1 sn ss 1 llllf 1 1 INII 1111 1 Ix1sN11 x 1 x11 lllll 111 ll 111 1 XX11111llXNIN ljlllll . . . , . , . , , - . i . , - . . .1 . 1 , , ' : , J . . N , 1 .I , , ' ' , ' . . I 1 1 Sl: I1-y, H1-1111-1', M1 II:111-s. XYli1t1-111I:1l1-, XYiIi:11s. 'I'i1.'s1-111, ll 1111, X':1111I1 1113, M- -- 1111. Ilulik, l'Il1ll'l'XY 1111. Sw - -1, l":1i1', lil'-ll. I!:k1-r, Sll '--V, 'I'111-IQ1-1: .lurg -11: 11, Miss l.1x1'- Swn, Parks, H1-1'I1s111-11 l'l11IIlIlIl1', l,1v11p.:. M:1ss1m111'z1s, .I1-11s1111, Allllilll, 1111111111113 XV:1I1I1-. SI11'i111-1', Sy: llirg. II:1111iI1 111, 1I1'.I1n1p:, l'1'i1-1-, IH1111-, XX'illi:1111s, l'l'iIl11, M: Q :11'1I, In 1111: Illzlu-. ' I'z1I1l. I'a1,'I111'. M I f '11, ling--rs, I':1l111i1-1'11, II: 1151 l1:1x-sm, ltxvili-11'I', H1 1111. lm -i1-. ' 3:1 R l i lhe 9th rdcle gives promxse of being one of the pepplest classes that wlll enter r H Q Their eagerness to become a part of the school has been shown ln rnanv wavs H welcomes them wlth hlvh hopes for the class 034 Rl I J H S COUINCIL It THB. NINTH GRADE . ' D V . E. . S. f ' O H JQ- I I I l ' V 1 .QQ U I ,' 51 s Q A ,,- , ...Vi S A43-:fi . I N 1. W va l ' Y, 4 QQ ' A l , s , N ' ' ' . rg N H 14 .- F Y w 5 B .v Q' V I V ll l 'JU The unlor Hugh was fortunate durlng then flrat year to have Such a capable prmclpal as Mr Mllls Hn calmness ln facing dlfflCL1ltlCS and hw quu-t unclerstandmg made hlm popular wlth all students of both bchools w1y'Vp' X I I H S FACULTY THE NINTH GRADE . ' I J I is K - A . b E. X I , U-.. Vi! X Q a-.,--o vb? l pu' .. ' V x' x l A ' 1 A 4 . . ' If N N I l 1 I 1 I fl!!! I! ffl H JIQ. HI FISTC Il? U J' flffffllfff llllllh lil l'lf!l1'l'N!ffIl'f, I In Vfxrff, ffm'm ljhllxf ffflfllu. .iff H1 'nfffrl-1 fluff ,ll rffuffr ilx' ,fir fffflw fff ff ll!'I fn ,Il-Nlf, fllll' lll'!-ffl' jx In ffm' L'fmff!.- flff, ,-, ffl, 'fff HLA bf fu HIl1'f1nl!'H, lf' f flf' HW' muff' rfmnf .fm'f1!lff'1'w Hvffff ffkr' fu fn' 1'r-nfwnlfw-lwff I" 1' flu' flwrl' uv llllfl lf,-Iffrpf, F X! s sll11X1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 III' 1 1 1 1 If I I Il II 1I 1 1111 11111 1 1 1 I I ll 1 ll I x 1111 1 I II 1 I HI III II I111 1 EVENTS Iv I I1I1'II1'I11 111111 II11uN1 I1'111,+ I 11'I4I1'Il IIIIIIA' Il-I I11-II11' II1111'.x- I 1'1' I11I. IIIIII s1II'11.1 I11 '1 1-11 .N'1'I II, 1 "l1Il1-I ll1 1111 I11I1I"1111l1I1111-1111 S11 'Illllj 'I'1'1'1'1', I 1111 XII' Ill .Q If II11I N 11111 1'11 ll I'f'I II I1111I II' 1.11, II11' I1'111'I11'1A 1l,NI',w III' II1I.v 11111I II1111 I I'1'.N'flf I I1 I1I,1I'I'1 ll .N-111, X Il 111111 lI,I.I'.Y 1lI 11II I111I III ', llI11'lI11'1' 111111 111 ".I H III' "II, I N'1'111'1'1fIl11 .wI11 IV1 1 II '11 11II .'I ' II1I '1'11111 11.I I '1111.w.f III' I111 I I11 I1I1llI11'.I'111' II I II IIIIII .N'fll'IIlfl 1A.vI1'111'1'1111 1.11 I11 I4 ' 'V ' 'I X1'IlN1'I 'tas- ,gg 5,3 'I W ?'1...'Eng"' 5- x av? 9 'r Sept 8 Beglnmng of school e stern hand f Brown rulnn the Blue and Whlte Sept I4 Xbout 43 men turn out for football all ln hopes of fllllfl bug shoes Sept 26 School Mxxer Plamboyant appearance of would be Bow Wows make up for lack of reen Oct 3 bvweet essence of Cle lllum lmportatlon of arllc at l'lynn s Oct 23 Game Wllh Roslyn Coal WIHCYS eat our dust Oct 27 Teacher lnstrtate taken ad vantage of at Lake Cle Plum Oct 3I Out of a clear sky Dorothy turns Mrs Deweese Nov 3 Bow Wows bark at Plnney s Nov 27 Thanksglvlnzf vacation Spllt ups Who grves who the cluck3 Nov 78 Bow Wow Banquet and dance For once the glrls could slt out ancl not feel put out Nov 30 lost Football frames with Cle Elum Cashmere Sunnyside lqoppen lsh Yaklma and Wapato Dec 5 lxenme wms with Apple sauce Dec 9 E H S loses flrst cle ate wlth Sunnyslcle Dec I0 Begin basketball season by beatlng Thorp Dec I5 Schultz s barrecl to all E H S Students Dec 23 Christmas Vacatlon ean Kelso goes Angellc l New Years Resolved all femmes to step out with Allen Charlton a 5 Back to school' Six weeks to rest for next vacatlon 9 I0 The worm will turn H S wlns from Lle blum and Wenatchee . - K ' ' K . . Th k O .. .. . g .. s N - ' .L I Y . t 4 , g , , , , , V V- - gf ' R 1 ' D F , xv 1 . ' 4 l' S . 1 t WTE3' aria Q tis - .. , get 4 , S - . an -,AR--,ia ,. It g 'k:Mi:3,x'. t . T v x - ,.,, n j. if L ik - K L g f ua-,guy ..:, A f W " 'iq kyiwgyvt . - ' ' . ' J ' . 4 1 . . . 4 f I . ' , l r - A . ' ' ' 1 4' , 4 ' A , ,L . Ftp., ' 1' : ."' , - J , as , l N . y . I f 5' ' in , . .. . . .. - fl .Z Y '- I K . ' . -' . . . A b A11 , -'Q S B ek . N .W ,d 5- 3, l ,. - AK W Q . . ,lg , - 'T' .. .. ' 5 l 4-0 KN I 1 , E " Jan- - - 1 4 Q , . ' J n. -- ' K . r . ' N K , I- ' I' hw 1' -Ian. - - ' . E. I0 Another game with Wen atchee and another VlCtOYy 20 lXr1USlC Apprecxatlon We k Dnd we3 E H S penalwed No more assemblies 23 Reserxe seats at ames Come early and awold the rush 30 A mad scramble lor home a t e curfew rxn O33 Feb I Report cards We fmd some are W1 e and some are othermse eb 5 Allen Charlton refuses t blush when surrounded by a swarm of sklrts Feb I0 Our place at tournament cmched as we defeat Cle Erum and Ros yn Feb 28 B B Tournament at Yakl ma As a climax to a most successful nament Feb Z9 was that the cI1max3 3 5 March 7 We are ln hopes that the lxlahlam wlll be as good as lts dances March I0 The sudden popularxty of the E. H S umtet arch II I2 I3 I4 State lwourna ment too much cllmax maybe March 21 unlors gxve Iceland Ball Qulte a hot affalr Aprll I The landlady calls up Mr Brown to hang up his pajamas April 3 Sophs take mighty senlor for a rlde Aprll 4 Fight called off because of ram Apr1I8 Sprm vacation Tlme out to catch up on calendar Aprll I8 Splkes and Cmders again E H S meets Sunnysxde and Cle Elum Aprll 20 Spring bugs and mud holes as younger set goes a prckneck mg Jan. - Q ' . A - Jan. i ' ' " ' e 1 jan. 1 ' . . g' .. Jan. . - l - s h ' g.. . . F . - F o . . I - l . season E. H. S. cops first place at tour- , . M , , , -. ' - . 1 . g . z . 'Ulf Wifi' I an ff'- 'Jn- Xprll 20 lurnley Walker orator be a lawver WINS dlstrxct Oratorlcal C ontest -5tpr1l 72 By special requet of our dear faculty the urls wear sto:-km s that cover the knee Nprll 75 We meet agam Crashl' Ban ll Driver breaks the broad Jump re ords and Mules breaks the tape ln the Aprll Z6 liaklns., up golf a bg, way lVl1ss Shaw spends the day shootlng llttle pxlls Aprll 28 We know a secret' Qenuor consplracy May l Melvin ohnson presents Mlss BUZZCttl Wlth a bouquet of skunk cab bage Also We fmd a Day IH the Gym on Friday night somethmg worth while May 2 Track Meet Wlth Cle Elum and Roslyn Bulldogs pursued by the upper county Mav 8 SCHIOYS are all swelled up over tlmelr class productlon The Mum my and the Mumps May 9 Bulldogs run true to expecta tlons ln county track meet May I3 Sen1ors"' ay I6 Y VIA 5 lVleetan Semor Day E H 5 wrll be represented at State Meet May 23 All little Bow Wows dlsguxse themselves m an attire of sophlstlcatlon at thelr annual Sprlng Formal rewarded by the Klahxam party at 'lop of the Hull May 31 Baccalaureate A reallza tlon that four years haxe almost gone une 4 Class Day Seniors bestow their bequeaths upon helpless underclass men une 5 Well Old l-hgh You paved the way And now we re ready come what may We pass today from well loved halls To Commencement fbut to nlte to the Senlor party lyl - . .N . . . 1 . ' cl lVlay 30--The toiling staff is dutifully 1 - - ' J - y ' . - ' - ' ,y Roval Blue and VVh1te Hang On When You Let a Hold C Oskv' Wow' Wow' Wlsky' Wee' Xvee' Ole Muck e 1 I' Ilensburg Sky I-hgh' WOW' CIS Oh here s to the health of the Ellensburg Hugh Sung Boo Ia Boo Ia Boo Ia Boo Ia Boo' We Il sung her praxses to the ky bxng Boo Ia Boo Ia Boo Ia Boo Ia Boo' We re hard as nalls and tough as ruls So here Q to the health of her tonight bln Boo Ia Boo Ia Boo' Oeky wow wow Wxsky wee wee Oke muck e 1 Ellensburf., I-I1L,I'1 XV xshmgtonal Ellensburg, I-I1s.,h Washln tonal Ellensburg Rah' Rah' Q I'1Ol'l1S Osky wow wow WlSky wee wee V! 1 hm tonal Fllensbur I"I1s., W 1 hm ton ll 'illensburg' SC I C C I C C IC I S ,SCICCI XIC llc SCI' C I NI II CSCI' Cf" I C NC4 And first in every fight, ' tile ' LZ 'J g 'vfh!I as ' g z', ... 1 3 1. AWAIQQDI A feature of every graduation program IS the presenting of awards A this time the students who have been chosen to receive the numerous honors are given them By the polnt system used ln this high school any student earning one hundred points by partlclpatlon ln school actlvltles belng on the honor roll holding office being a member of the Klahlam Staff taking part ln plays etc IS eligible to receive a gold lL pln ln honor of his record Mr and Mrs Prank Hartman ln memory of their son Frank give ten dollar award ln recognition of the senlor whom the faculty believes pos sesses the most outstanding character endeavor the BF Chapter of P E O offers two prizes The first a Funk and Wagnall s student dlctlonary IS given the unlor girl for character scholar ship and service to the school The second prize IS ten dollars cash awarded to the sophomore girl on the same basis The two are chosen by the faculty Harry E Ulsh of the Ellensburg Theatre presents a medal to the boy on the football team who IS voted the greatest inspiration to his team The Rotary Club has presented to the school a plaque upon which IS en graved each year the name of the bov who IS voted the greatest lnsplratlon to the football team 1111 . . . L I t . . 1 , ' ' , K ' a ln order to stimulate the girls of the Ellensburg High School to higher IDHIL 84 BILL Q- X '-',-4- -J'r'7""N Q 'nv N jf' mr Q R Q 1,46 'Q 4 5 F AX1 EX ----3' rmhmmngfix 'Q ,L ATHLETICS L Q F , NX X 7' -- K t XA' :!.:. ' '3 f- 1 " 5 lin?-'-.4.1f 1 ff? 4 Xrswgiee :gh , , 41' L, - ' ix If-, A Nadu -xi ' Q gp f 1 " M-J x 'vw . N . A A I X igixixxx .: XX-. v f 4 va, 'K -f' T p , I I :ii in ' QKDHXN gjxx 1, - ,f -. 'X .sie 5, fl 'ul ,jx , lA L!! . 33 ' Q a ixfifpj X' 5 f 'f ... ,.,,,, A ax qpf lvl 5 -5-li 5 . iw 2, 5.-Eg? z, we 3 W -.f , 3:1 ,Qq ' px. 5:1 E' X' lg E A- ,vp- he r . ujgl 1 , ff'-f m,--M AiA'As' '- ps XX --T 15'-"Q 'bu rn , V Xxx A V ,I-4, F HJ . X vii' .. . x. ,, ,. -I H- ...L Q '- X ,Y ' j Q. V ALE, .-. ' fi l ' EX , U ' if - n if -QQ V, fe . , ' . ,M - .r 5.1 I-... A , ,.,' 5 5, , Zig---N . ..U:.Q4l5,. ..7 N-1--3 gr. Ci vi- E Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg 01 97 VIANAGILR X more efflclent manager has never checked out equlpment to a Bulldog squad than ames Grant Hrs ever pres ent Good humor has made hlm a cher lshed frlend to the players for whom he worked through vlctory and defeat Al ways ready to cheer despondent play ers wlth a well placed WIQC crack he more than once saved the clay for the Blue and White SUMMARY 7 Cle Elum I8 Cashmere I3 Sunnyside 7 3 Roslyn 0 6 Toppemsh 25 0 Yakxma 6 0 Wapato 7 COACH KOENIG Joseph Koemg completed h1s thlrd year O1 coachxng m the Ellensburg Hlgh School by turn mg out the champwnslnp basketball team of the xallev As rather a heavy scredul faceo the coach eallv ln the football seasom the 110.111 was not so successful as the basketball fur- out the vrctcues cf the latter oflset the fo ner Hls fum competent manner of COltl1I1 h1s personalxtv and calmness naclc lt ptsslblt to take an undefefittd bfxskctbxll tf-'ul to the state YQOLIIIIHHICIIL at Seattle Wltll foul or hxs Inst strlng, qumtet back next X631 Cmcl Koenlg shculd have a team as ,ood 11 not better than tlns veal s rs ' - ' .. 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A5515 I AN I QOAV HI 5 As lme coach of the Ellensburg Hlgh School football team Coach Nelson showed hls abllltv at handling diverse material and puttlng football knowledge mto green heads Nelson also made an admirable showing wlth his Bullpup bas ketball team winning a hlgh percentage f ames Asslstant Manager Ralph Rlegel semor and former letterman proved himself an lndlspensable asset to the coachlng staff and the team Hls work ln teaching new lmesmen the ropes of the game made hum as valuable as though he had been able to play I93l FOOTBALL SCHILDULE October 3 Wapato Here October I0 Cashmere-The e October Wiunnyslde Here October 24 Roslyn There October 31 Toppenlsh Here November 7 Yaklma There November Zl Cle Elum Here ASSISTANT MANAGERS Pat and Logan the gold dust twins proved as valuable as gold dust to the athletlc teams Alwavs on hand to do everythln from haullng sawdust to actmg as horse doctors for txred legs they Improved the morale wlth thelr cheerful smlles and made thelr servlces IDX aluable But Pat and logan haxe taken their dose of the work all year and come up smxllng We take off our hats to the as slstant mana ers .N I- V N T 4 . 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'TV FOO BALI PIRSONNL Gerald Flynn lacklv. x scrappv lrlshman always ln he thlcl-.e t of the fl hr benlor Dan Wante Halfback Dependable Dan O f h ne o t e nuost aggresslve players on the squad who nex er quits trying, Semor Arthur Drner llalfback Xrt IS a clcxer cxptam and a terror to tlee op ponc nts r raduatcs thxs xear Walter Garrison Guard Walt has red halr and 1 known as the Qrlmson Tornado Another tou h break for E H 5 h h Turnley Walker n oncy reat detcnsne pl we won reco n tion throughout the y rllev Senior bllensburx., I Qe lurn I8 ln thelr rmtlal tllt ot the season the Bulldogs lost to the powerful L le Elum team ID 1 hard fought game played on the uppe r county rrdlron llur mg the first half both tearns played careful lull But the second half was played ln revular Rugby style endm I8 7 f g m avor ot the Warriors Shull made the lone score for the Bulldogs on a blocked punt bllensburg, 6 Cashmere I3 The second game was played on Rodeo Field against the Cashmere ouftlt and although the Bulldovs bowed before their opponents they out classed the Apple Packers m playm and h ht l 1n t was just the tou h breaks of the game that beat lxoenlg, s team m thls tilt Irzuv t S ' N. 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P , ll . ll FOOTBALL PFRSONNLL Elwood Hansman Cluard X classv llttle uard carrymg, hls share of the battle Senlor Robert Qolwell buard Hard as nalls and tough as rails Hlcky Senior Robert Denslow Halfbaclt A flrst class punter and passer Bob graduates Murray Kelso uarterback Dyn mlte comes ln small packa e bemor George lVl1lls Fullback A Bulldo flghter wlth the Bulldog splrlt George wlll be back next year for more unlor l:.llensburg 0 Sunnyslde 7 The game was hard fought throughout and both teams played good ball from start to hnlsh Although Sunnyside defeated l' H 9 largely by launching a flashy aerial attack the Bulldo s put up a stubborn fnght Ellensburg 32 Roslyn 0 1 he boys were gomg good ln thls game Ind ran up an xmpre sxve score The Bulldogs displayed some real teamwork 1n thls tllt and swamped the bewlldered Coal Mlners with a brllllant barrage of passes punts and YUHHIHL, plays Ill , x V I , , . K : f . x a 4 X' V 3 ' .4 Q - Q , B -Af ' J ' g ' 'Q Wy 'X K . v , L.. . 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B ALL PERSONNF' Allen Charlton End Qharlev 1 a consistent play er on both offense and defense umor Don Cram Halfback Thrs was Don s first year hut he showed plentv of lme plunglng ablllty We eypect much next year umor Car Smith l:.nd Happy could he depended upon to lead an offensuve play around hrs end and was a sure tackle-r umor wlll be massed by th team qenlor Dcyle Parham Tackle Doyle came here from nlhorp and prox ed a tower of strength on the forward wall umor hllensburg 6 lmoppemsh 23 The Bulldog team that lost to 'loppemsh was not the same eleven that defeated the Roslyn aggregatron the week before Koenig s players lacked punch and drive and were unable to check the powerful offense of thelr p ponents Dan Walte played an outstandln game for Ellenshur and made the Bulldog touchdown hllensburg 0 Yakuma 6 Playmg on a field that was literally a sea of mud the Bulldogs lost 6 to 0 to the Plrate aggregatlon by a fumble late IU the game Koenig s grid men were evenly matched with the lower valley team and vallantly held thelr tradltlonal rivals In every phase of the ame I Ill ,I ,J g Q ,A I .. ' . . ' nu . - x. N ,. . , - , ' .vifj . U Ray Maynard, Tackle-Ray won't he back next year. llis fighting strength ' 'N e .-. ' . ' v , 1 4 l . V y , x . . I--J ' h 1 B I P B 1 O - - ' ' g . ' ' g 1 1 1 1 1 1 g . Y '4 A 1' 'F FOOTBALL PERSONNLI ohn Bowman fullback ohn was a dependable defensive player and went throu h the season IH hrst class style SCUIOT Harold Minton liackle Harold was a tou h e L, for opposlns., teams to crack unlor hrs feet unlor Howard Anthony laekle A small power house wltl' lots of fl ht Semor Cyrus Hamblln Qenter Cv IS a Jumor and wxth a llttle more experlence he ll be a knockout umor Ellensburg, 0 Wapato 6 Agaln the breaks of the ame were a alnst the Bulldo s ln their final clash of the season After an even battle IH whlrh nelther slde seemed to hold the advantage Wapato rnterceptecl a pass vshlch resulted ln her lone touchdown I I , A 4 Y so f . E , f J - . f f -J - v l ' xi 5 2 4517 I ,' ' .-J ' . Eugene Miles, Halfback-Gene made a clever little half and was fast on : .-J ' . .H " -. - ' I 'g .-- ' . K . i g g . gk . . . Puff' ' BAS ETBAU. A Xb. 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' f 74 47 I' , 'N Wlth both teams playln at top speed the Bulldogs earned the tltle of Champs when thev defeated the Cle Elum Warrnors ln the champlonshlp game of the Drs trlct rlournament lov a score of 31 25 The cool steady pace set by the Blue and White flve even when they were behmd rattled the Cle Elum players and gave El lensburg an added advanta lmhe whole team starred ln thls game no lndlxlduals standing out whxch IS true champlonshlp form 5 I All TOURNAVVII: Nl Playmg on a strange floor under the stress of their flrst State Tourna ment competition the Bulldogs lost a hard fou ht game by urtue of a slump ln marksmanshlp to Whatcomb Hugh of Belllngham Thelr morale broken by the defeat at the hands of lxfhatcomh the qumtet lost thelr second game to l ewls and Clark of Spokane thus puttin them out of the tournament C AMES THORP DECUVIBER I2 1930 Ellensburg I7 lqhorp Playlng a slow and undeclded ame the Bullclo s won thelr first ylctory of the season from nlhorp wlth a margm of ten polnts lLLLl' NSBURG DECEMBFR I9 l930 Ellensburg 37 lxlttltas 7 It was a dxfferent story when the boys met the Klttltas fue They played with the tradltlonal Bulldog splrlt and won a decxslve vlctory wxth a score of 37to5 lLAS'l ON DI' CEMBER 20 l930 Ellensburg 42 haston 22 The Bulldogs took the ame easlly usmg the second strln almost ex cluslvely LLLILNSBURQ JANUARY 3 l93l Ellensburg 33 'horp 7 On the larger and better Y floor the fellows trounced Flhorp for the second time thls season CLE ELUM JANUARY 9 l93l Ellensburg 29 Lle Elum 25 Playlng one of the hardest games of their schedule the Blue and Whlte quintet put forth a superhuman effort to defeat the Cle Flum Warrlors ln the last quarter Z9 to 25 ELLENSBURC JANUARY l0 l930 Ellensburg l3 Wenatchee l l ln a peppy fast game the powerful Purple and Gold Wenatchee qunntet fell before the unrestralnecl efforts of the flghtmg Bulldogs The game was clean cut declslve and showed clearly the Bulldog superlorlty Ill fl N . 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'if'- .f 0 v BXSRI V3 X11 HRSONNFL r ur Drlycr Guard 'lhl 1 trt s x t year w1t us we regret to say e was the sparlt plu of the outflt Senlor Rlchard Mollotte Quard Rlch de dexe and pl nty fa t wlth he ball un1or Vlurray Hadley l'orward lVlurr1y 1 one of the be t plxycr on the team 'ind w1ll be ll'lYdlLl xblf to the l'oop qu 1d next year un1or Xllen Charlton Forward -Xllen plxy a smooth cool xme md IS a sure shot un1o1 Qalyln Shull Guard Nhclt play a powerful defen me ame and I9 a de pendable scorer benlor l llensluur 4 Ro lyn 3 ayms, a loose ame characterlstlc of 1 term h VIIU. 1 unc- f hoys were surprlsed hy the Ro lyn hoopster hut r lmd to talx thelr a rc WI N xft HLF JXNLJ rRN I 1 Fllenslbur 23 Vvenatthee 8 For the second tlme durln the sex on the powerful Wcrratchee t 1 txsted defeat at th hands of thel S Bu d 1 1 the only tlI11f n t e hr tory of the two school that elther tram has won two une sue torles from the other 11LEvsBL,Rc Jxxu xm 21 I93I fllensburr, 34 S Nl 2 Playmf., the econcl team part tune ou oe lxoem mr ed h1 un defeated Bulldo team to another ytlcory oycr the W S N S l rush Q XbHVlERL IXWL XRX 3 l9jl lgllensburg 21 Qashmere l l By defeatmg the Ca hmere Atpplel-cnoclter the Blue and Whlte qulntet completed the stllfe t part of thelr schedule Ill fl 1-1 "-- 0 "'t-- .A K.-'J Nyg- l , 7 A xi' ' J - ai U? 4 ,il G ' i V ,sg R if f Fl 3 v - I I ' 5 ' .N 7 ik L ' , 4- .N 1 .1 V 4 .X th ' 'f , N 2 1 Q 's 's fl l2 s ' 'h h j . ll , v Ls xs 7 Y g I D ritz 4 A I ' , W ' -H ' H is a U 21 U e ' 's t 1 M' ', A - . 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'1 y 4' .I BASKE TBALL PERSONNEL Murray Kelso Forward Kelse has been one of the cleverest players on Koenlg s qulntet for the last three years -Senior ack Malls Forward Long shots are cold meat for Jack -Senior Robert Denslow Center Bob IS a cool player and can be depended upon to score -Semor Doyle V Parham Center Few centers could outjump Parham umor Rhoderxck Blacker Guard Blacker plays a hard game and has one more year wlth the Bulldogs umor ROSLYN JANUARY 30 I93I Ellensburg 37 Roslyn 23 the floor as the score wlll mdlcate EL LENSBURG FEBRUARY 6 I93I Ellensburg 26 Cle Elum I 5 Realxzlng that they had no cinch the Ellensburg boys played their best brand of ball and brought home the bacon to the tune of 76 to I5 YAKIMA FEBRL ARY 7 I93I Ellensburg 24 Yakima 20 Wlth a determmatlon to wln that almost hurt the team went to Yaklma to play their anclent rlvals the Yakima Plrates and came out on the upper slde of the score 24 to 20 ELI ENSBURG FEBRUARY I3 I93I Ellensburg 5 I Easton 2 I Although the Easton boys had to bow to Ellensburg for the second tlme clurmg the season they put up a hard fight that forced the Bulldogs to play a ELLENSBURG FEBRUARY I4 I93I Ellensburg 2I Cashmere I 7 The second vlctory over the Cashmere qumtet gave the Bulldogs flfteen straight vlctorxes and an undefeated record for the season Pam I ,I I .I I , it Ol DD - u U The boys were "on" and were looping the scores from every angle of I .1 , .. , b ll. 5 E .5 Since track has taken its place as a major sport at E H 9 it has done its share to place the Blue and White in the first ranks and given those who have abilities in that line a chance to develop them Last year Nelson took over the reins of head track coach and won the county meet placed second in the district and sent four men to the state Miles Walker Driver and Xfmmg Vining breaking the record in the high hurdles ln its fourth year as a major sport track has indeed made Ellensburg a place of fame bv sending Art Driver to the state in three events and bringing another record toEI-IS COUNTY TRACK 'VIEET Ellensbur May 9 The E. H S track squad easily annexed first place in the County Meet by piling up 74 points against the 39 for Cle Flum Roslyn took third place with 23 marks and Thorp fourth with I5 By winning first place Ellensburg was entitled to enter the Y V l A A meet with seven men qualified The Bulldogs placed ln every event and took 8 firsts counting the relay with Art Driver unofflcially breaking the district broad Jump record with a Jump of 21 feet l l 4 inches qummary of Events I00 yard dash Driver first Miles second 220 yard dash Driver first Miles second 440 yard dash Hull fourth 880 yard run Stevens first Richardson second Mile run Hurley thlrd Low hurdles Waite second Walker fourth Pole vault Arnold first Dexter tied second Broad Jump Driver first lieb fourth High Jump Parham flrst Porter tied third Discus throw Parham second Minton fourth avelln Minton fourth Shot put Parham first Minton thlrd I ugr , . . I g- High hurdles .........,.....,...........,.....,...t....,..... Waite, second: Hamilton, third Y ' 1 'E d lv i f 1 1 l 1 - . , Q 5 I . I I 4 54 'Y , 4' 311 P Y jg J ' ' -7.2 Some men are born to do one thing and do lt well udglng from Mr Nelsons record as track coach we might place him besxde other geniuses of Klttltas Vallex After graduatlng from W S C Paul Nelson entered Roslyn Hlgh as track coach and captured the County Track Qhamplonshlp for the flrst tlme ln many vears for Roslyn The fOllOWlHg year he moved to Ellensburv and has won the County Champlonshlp twlce for thus school besldes placing second ln the DlStYlCt and enter mg a number of men ln the State Meet Y V I A A TRACK AND FIELD MFET Ellensburg May I6 FlfSt honors of this year s Y V I A A track meet went to Wapato with 42' 2 pomts Ellensburg followed second with 32V points Yakima trall mg Wlth 29 Ellensburg broke the relay record to the tlme of l 34 Bowman Parham Mlles and Drlver partrclpatlng A new dlstance ln the broad Jump at 2I feet IO lnches was set by Driver who also took honors ln the l00 yard dash mak mg lt ln I0 flat SLJMMARY School Ellensburg Wapato Second Yothers Wallulls Ames D Flelds Lombard Fnrst Arthur Driver Zamzow Event 100 Yard Dash Shot Put Pole Vault Half M116 Run Hlgh Jump 220 Yard Dash Hlgh Hurdles K FlE1dS Snnth Parham Curry Drlver Wrght Scheyer Elllson Drlver Zamzow Chlttlck Wlght Wapato Sunnyslde Ellensburg Wapato Ellensburg Yothers Warne Wade Plerce Garrison Leach Wallulls Barley Cornwall Yaklma Granger Wapato Ellensburg Wapato Sunny Slde Yaklma won by Ellensbur g DISCUS Throw 440 Yard Dash Broad Jump Javelln Throw Mlle Run Low Hurdles Half mlle relay 4. School Yaklma Roslyn Thorp Wapato Yakrma Yakima Ellensburg Naches Wapato Sunnyside Sunnysrde Roslyn Wapato Yakxma P11111 J - ' A' . X y ' V' ., ' ' " -. - 1 , . . . . . Q I 1 3 I Y K x - , . . . - , X . . 6 . . U I - I , ,. V A DAY IIN THE GYMNASIUM Representative work IH gurls physical educatlon was demonstrated by 300 umor and Senlor hugh school glrls under the dlrectxon of IVIlss Glaydes I7 Baker on IVIay I ln the umor hlgh school audltorxum Games relay races drills tumblmg folk dances and acrobatlc dances and tappnng wlth all participants ap proprlately costumed made an lnterestlng and attractlve program whlch was well recelved by the Iarge number QQ? of parents and friends who savs the productlon The House the Children Bullt a one act play embodylng the health rules emphasized throughout the year was QIVCU under the dlrectxon of IVI1ss Ruth Argall An outstandmg feature of the program was the final tumbling act which some spectacular work was done GIRLS ATHLETIC5 Tenlkolt has taken the place of captam ball this year Thls new diver sion has proved verv popular both with the girls and the faculty Tenxkolt IS more widely known as deck tennls The rules are very much Ilke volley ball rules except a rubber rlng IS used mstead of a ball The Junlors with a strong team easlly defeated the other two class teams The scores for the games resulted ln unlors and Sophs Sophs 26 I6 unlors 20 I I unlors 20 I3 unlors and Seniors UHIOIS 20 Ib umors 20 Ib Senlors and Sophs Sophs 70 I9 Semors 20 I9 Sophs 20 Il The ,Iumor team Bernice Alder Inez Lolwell I-Ielen Brondt Phyllls I-Iutchlnson ean Kelso Bertha Klug I-Iarrlet Ixlug Inez Lambert Blanche Ledbetter Pansy IVIcI'arIand Gladys Leonard Helen Nason florence Pn ney Beryl Tomlmson A .L 1 run ' 1 ' ' V ,155 , u ,v ' 5 , . 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Miss Baker has done a great deal this year for the girls in the umor and Senior high schools Besides teaching regular gym classes Miss Baker has people doing special corrective exercises to overcome round shoulders crook ed spines and cases of poor posture These girls are given physical examinations and special attention At the end of the year Miss Halter put on a Day in tle Gy mnasium a program given in the Junior high auditorium lqhe proceeds are to be usec to buy new equipment for the girls athletic department She has also con ducted a tapping and tumbling club and a natural dancing class 'ILMBLING Not only in the senior high but in the junior high school as well was tumbling, taken up with the greatest enthusiasm Several large classes were formed under the competent direction of Miss C-laydes Baker During the year those studying tumbling and tap dancing performed at various civic functions and school assemblies This division of girls athletics is one of the most popular activities offered in E H S PHYSICAL ILDUCATION Physical education for Girls at bllensburg under the supervision of Nliss Baker consists not only of the usual classes in corrective work but also basketball volleyball tenilxoit tumbling tap danclm., and baseball Xll of this work with the eyception of baseball is carried on in the indoor gym naslum during the class periods lnterclass basketball volleyball and tCI'llkOlt games are played m the afternoon During the sprin term baseball is play eu in the field All instruction in phvsical education is carried on under the most modern manship ..."""' 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Wager Flynn Hale Fltterer Drnver I-'utchlnson Geehan Crum Cram Colwell Faust Spaulding Massouras Bulleter Brown Mnss Dawson Waste Edwards Mass Cramer M1m Johnson Klahlam The success of the l93I Klahlam was largely due to the efflclent dlrector shlp of the advxsers Nlxss Cramer and MISS Dawson and of the f-dltor Naomi Edwards The staff wlshes to take thus opportumtv to thank the students for their support of the Klahlam dances and the Klahlam orchestra for thexr muslc whlch provided enough extra funds to make this Klahlam a book that the students can vxew wlth prlde ln her second year of work on the Klahlam staff Naomx as edltol most carefully worked out and completed some new and dlfferent lde s for mak mg the Klahlam a more outstandlnv annual than ex er before Aldmg Naoml ln the role of assxstant editor Dwn Warte capably wrote The numerous busmess detaxls were carrled on by the seemlnvly un tlrmg Ted ohnson Actmg as clrculatlon manager and IWIHQQ full vent to her executlve ablllty Gladys Brown dlrected and lncreasfd the ale of the I 93 I Klahlam As calf ndar edxtor ein Lrlm was assxsted by Beatrlce Bllleter and lxlar jOfl6 Faust erry Flynn as xrt edltor created the art work used throughout the book Comprising, the rest of the staff were Phvllls Hutchmson m char' e of dramatlcs Georgla Drlver the facultv X 1rg1n1a Geehan feature and socx ety Chet lVlam sport editor Bernice Qolvwell lltelary editor asslsted by Angeline Massouras Phll Fltterer and Henrv Waffer ln char e of the sectlon of advertlsements and ohn Henry Hale and Don Cram assrstwnts on the clrculatlon staff 1' rn .L. ' -Q' - -s Q ,Q A H . li .,, X, 5 .J 3 Y. , . Xml V' X. V4 . ' , -1- ' I - , - , - . 7 ' - - A, - - -1 . ' ' ' a - . . . , f ,, . and suggested some of the modernistic ideas used this year. ' . J ' . ' F - aw, ' . ' ' ' ', ' .' 2 . . ' ' 1 . . C ' : 5 ' 3 . ,lf . , . A . . rf. . . ' .- N - 1 1 , -5 - g V ' ' Q J -Y f . - ll. Y .751 During the school year numerous extracurrrcular actlvxtles engage the attentlon of both the publlc and the student body wlth varylng de rees of success Of all these perhaps one of the most successful from the fmanclal standpolnt as well as that of entertalnment IS dramatlcs At least three plays a year are produced provmg this actlxrty overwhelmmgly popular both from the students ea er partlcxpatlon and the Interest of the townspeople Applesauce All School Playj Applesauce a three act play by Barry Connors the first play of the season as well as the flrst hugh school presentatlon ln the unlor Hugh Audl torlum was given December 5 It shows malnly that one cfm get farther ln thls world and really come out better ln the end by merely telllng other people how mce they are and klddlflg them along Perhaps the most outstanding performance although only a small blt was done by ean Kelso whose portrayal of 'Vlrs ennle Baldwm a sllly and g0SSlpy old woman added much to the entertalnment of the evemng The parts of Ma and Pa Robinson the typlcal Amerlcan parents were ably handled by Bermce Colwell and Marvln Stevens ln whose home the play centers Those of Hazel thelr daughter and Rollo enkms her fiance who IS an upnsmg buslness man but lnclmed to be selfish and Crabby were Alllster played by Kenneth Grant that envied type of vouth who gets along qulte well wlthout WOfklng wlns Hazel wlth his cheerful optimism of the world and marrles her with just S6 ln hls pocket The part of hlS wealthy but somewhat ull tempered uncle was easlly carrled by R Rlegel The play was accepted favorably by the capacity audlence and as a whole furnished a delightful evenlng s entertalnment 5 on as .-P-3 Rnegel Stevens Vlv1an Churchull Kelso Des Volgne Colwell Grant 14114 all 5 . .. x kr . . Y sc as 4 - . J V K A I. 'I . . y I u n . - . . , I . ka , . -I . V ' ' carried by Charlotte Des Voigne and George Churchill. However, Bill Mc- i so if I g 1 ' X 2 M l ' ? t S . '51 f ' ,:.. . x lf 7 A ek! ,Q l -, F I Pl YQ. r Y . ,. , Alu l' Mr Vlvlan has been one of the most successful coaches of dramatlcs thls school has known Hrs abrllty coupled wlth hrs hard work and consxstency has turned out plays that rank above many attractxons offered ID town IH the last few years As proof of hrs ablllty the audxtorlum has been fllled to capacity and the plavs haw- been recen ed by enthusxastlc audl ences The Mummy and the lVlumps The Mummy and the lVlumps a rnotous comedy presented by the Semor Class Nlay 8 at the unzor H1 h Audxtorlum was the first farce t at has been staged for several years by the Hrgh School The prmcrpal actlon centers around a very excluslve glrls school ai Fenella Boston whrch IS strrctly supervlsecl by an old fashroned backward dean of girls Agatha Laldlow Dorothy Cooke who IS very easxly shocked and demands qulte respe table conduct from her group of gxrls Perhaps things would have run smoothly lf lt had not been for the VlSlt of the hand some and justly popular young business man lVlr PYHHCIS Brls oe fRuop Weaver who rmpersonates slr Hector Flsh a well educated Englishman and an authorlty on Greek Epxcs fGlenn Putnam Whlle there Mr BTISCOC falls desperately rn love wlth Miss Maude Mul lm Dorothy Walte an eastern glrl who IS attendlng school at Fenella Particularly humorous lb ames Slammon otherwlse known as Racker fD1ck Rodman a handy man around the school who has two men s work to do but doesn t do lt Other members of the cast lnclude. William Laldlow fRalph Rregel nephew of Agatha Laldlow who IS attracted by the charms of the beautlful but dumb Dulcle Jumble Ruby Donald Anna Hampton fE.leanor Mc Kenzle who adds much to the spice of the performance Phoebe Beobe fGladys Brown the newspaper pest who always gets what she goes after and ohn Perkins Marvin Stevens who does his dooty as a sherlff CQ 11.3 Waste Stevens McKenzie Pltnam Rengel, Cooke, Brown Donald, Rodman P11114 CC 7, 1 x v Y J 1 hg ' 1 1 ' y .s h ' . Y " . c J . A I I . D. 1 . y. k A ' y I k .B A :vw . 1 .J1 . . 1 c . - D. K- B- 1 1 I ' . ij , Q , ,J I , U " ' ' ' 'c A J: - J 1 19' 1 -'N V 1 lux 'vi x1 L Y J C k J ' - l l ' . 'X 9 ' Q Q '4 sx W 'xx V -K r K L I V V u ' l A -:il l Peg 0 My Heart Communlty Play, Peg O My Heart staged and produced by the Communlty Players March 6 was a productlon of unusual merlt and talent Thls three act com edy by J Hartley Manners was ablv drrected by ames N lvlan The entlre actlon took place ln the llVlD2j room of Regal Vllla Mrs Chxchester s house ln Scarborough England The story deals with the ever popular theme of the little Qlfl who IS the poor relation but who eventually marries the hero who turns out to be a lord The lmes and dialogue are clever and fast movmg to clnmaxes The whlmslcal llttle lrrsh gurl who comes from New York to live Wlth her aunt was handled ln her usual mlmrtable manner by lVlar1ta Greer Her qualnt 'ic cent and her qulck gestures won the auclxence from the moment she entered with her market basket and her dog Mlchael under her arm till the curtaln falls and she IS last seen ln the arms of erry who protects her from the storm whlch IS ragmg outside and mcldentally from life s storm as well erry IS por trayed by Mac Anderson ln hrs ever fmlshed manner The part of Alerlc Mrs Chichester s spoiled but lovable son was par tlcularly well played by Frank Burgess Mrs Chlchestcr the snobblsh lady of posltlon and wealth was charmmgly handled by lVl1ss Buzzettx as was the part of her daughter Ethel by lva Haves Chrrstran Brent ames Vrvnan the would be vlllxan of the play was handled ably and artrstlcally The mmor parts of the butler by udge Kauffman the maid ean Kelso and Montgomery Hawkes the sollcltor Mr Brown were skillfully handled The production played to a large audlence and was far above the usual class of home talent. productions The whole hanclllng of the company com pared favorably with some of the best road productions lrfu ,. 3, NJA ' C6 9 99 C . .. . .. . . 1 -, ' . . 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F-'odrnan Garrison Johnson Pulnter' Whlte Dunver Wacuer Hoard Steugler Grant Bowman be Bowman Mills Smith Hale Mr Graham Warte Cram Rogers I-hYCl1b For the purpose of promotmg Chrlstlan fellowship character and sports manshlp the Ellensburg, Chapter of the Natxonal H1 Y Club was formed ln l926 The membership IS hmlted to twenty boys chosen from the Hugh School by the club The most Important soclal actlvlty carried out by the club this vear was the party QIVCH for the Bow Woms on Aprll 29 For a noveltv sex eral weeklv meetmgs of the club were held at the N Y Cafe at noon Early ln the sprung the new members were entert xmed at a theatre party by the old members Strict rules of procedure at busmess lT1CCtll'l2b are kept the penaltv of mlsdemeanor bemg spats At member absent three tunes without ey cuse IS automatically dropped from the roll The ritual consists of lI'Iltlatl0Y1 and lnductxon the last belnv the formal and solemn part of the admlttance of a new member mto the club OPI- ICI RS ohn Hale VICC Presldent Don Cram Secretarv Fl reasurer Carl Smith Sergeant at Arms 1 1111 n . . '4' 1 'F -. Vs . 0, I ' Q . Li . . . v ' , - . V I w I . r A .1 Y . . Y , V -I . . i. K A V . . .. .. K K . A I . N ' . ' - ' 3 Dan Waite .,....t...........,t,........,........,.......,.,..... President 1. v n: ...ii 0 I M155 Bates Brown Colwell Emerson Pape Sh1pman Waite Walker x 1 4 N X 11 11 mms 1 N 11 ll V 1 N llllXs 11 1 llL, 11 11 1 ll I CHNI1 1111 1 1 Nwnsvw 11 IN IN f Q 1 1 11 1 X 1 as 1 1 1 111 1 1 Debate Ellensbulg began her debate season thls yeal wlth only cne expeuenced state debatel However thev decided to enter both state and county 561195 regardless cf this hand1cap The questlon debated was Resolved that all automoblle owners should be xequired bw law to carry insurance covermg personal l1ab1l1ty and pr pertw damage The flrst of the season bxought no d6C1c1V6 v1cto11es for the flgntmg t ams but they gradually wolked up making a final coup d etat IH the Selah debate STATE DEBATES Lxranger 1Negat1ve1 On November 7 the Ellensburg team journeyed to Glanger fox their first state debate and flrst defeat The work cf Jean Pape was paltlculazlx commendable ln th1s debate Yaxlma 1Negat1vel On Novembex 14 the affnmatlve team composed of Tlllfllfy Walkcl Jean Pape and Bernice Colwell agam partlclpated thxs time w1th Yakima at Ellensburg The membexs of the team were paltlcularly equal in then' efforts all doing exceptlcnal work but despite th1s fact the debate was lost Sunny side 4Aff1!'Il13t1VG1 Gladys Brown Bexmce Colwell and Dan Waite on Decembel 12 bxouaht the spoils of uctorw home from Sunnyslde Selah 1aff1rmat1ve1 On December 20 the negative team conslstmg of Bernlce C1,1XNC1l Gladvs BIOWH and Dan Walte closed a successful debate season wlth a snappy 3 0 victory of th Selah team COUNTY SUMMARY Oct ber 30 Ellensburg High School faff1rmat1ve1 1 Roslyn fnegatxver 2 Ellensburg Hlgh School inegatlver 1 Cle Elum 1aff1rmat1ve1 2 Novembel 20 Ellensburg Hlgh School tnegatlver 1' Roslyn fafflrmatlver l Ellensburg Hlgh School eafflrmatlver 2 Cle Elum rnegatlver 1 I 11114 41, 1 Q , 111411152 1l1'111'11 111-1111-S--111i11g 1l1.- N-111-111 11-1111 Puig., :mi .iiumiyg Hlzulys 11115 :111 a1111.'1q11111i11L: 1111-111111-1' 111' 1111- 1211114111211 1l1-l1:111- 11-:1111, . .H"',"H"' .U"lW1'l1 111-r km-11 111i1111 1-xw-1' 2l11'l'1. lt.-1-1111-v waxy :111 z111I1- 111-11-11111-1' 111' 1114- 1:1lll- :11111 1111 1-1 prfrviiig 1l1'l' lf1x':111y 113' 11:11'1ivip:11i11,u in fin- ali-l1:111-s. 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'w'f-,X 'N-'Y 7.1. li T0 A il P e lwmbert Calwell Emerson Zumwalt Stephens Tomlmson Walker Pape Slnpman Hodges Mlss Bates Walsle M K W Club ames Hodges Presxclent Thomas Shlpman Vice President ean Pape Secretary and 'lreasurer Orgamzed to promote mterest ln forensic affalrs Nl lx W Club has grown from a small group to a membershlp of thlrty students Interested ln developmg thelr abllltxes ln oral expresslon and the promotion of school ln terest ln debate oratorv and cleclamatlon The mterscholastlc debates the oratorlcal contest and the cleclamatory contests were supported bv the club WhlCh furnished ushers prouded programs and otherwnse aided m carmg for the contestants A party and mltlatlon were held March Z7 when twenty students were honored by the club OR ATORY Sponsored by the Seattle lxmes the elghth oratorxcal contest was espe clally Interesting to Ellensburg students thls year smce Turnley Walker BI won the local county and dlstrlct contests and represented the south central portlon of Washxngton at the state contest m Spokane lvlav l nl he purpose of the contest lS to stlmulate a cleaner understandlng of the fundamental prxn clples of our government lnhe subject chosen by l-urnley was Xlexander Hamrlton s contrlbutlon to the XXITIGTICBH Constltutron M1 s Dorothy Bates was dlrector of this actlvrty DELL 'XMATION Worklng under the dlrecllon of Miss Dorothy Bates su s udents enter ed the school declamatory contest seekmg the pr1v1les.,e of representmg El lensburg m the county competltlon at Roslyn Aprll 27 Bernlce 'lover won flrst place presentmg The Llttlest Orphan and the Chrlst Baby b Margaret la Sangster I 41114 l l - , s Q ... ' , M as n 4 ' Q s X - I D ' ...- - Q?" ,, x X 4 1 5 W - 'ur' 9 I .I f y . ,uv 1 S J ap . Y 4 .E . - . . ' . . . Miss Dorothy Bates ........,...,,,.A,,,.,..,,et,,....,,,,,,,.., Adviser . . . . ' Y Q ' A' -, -Q, A ' - - A X W - i - ' s 1 . I 7 .' . . .N . 'V . Q I , -S x . . A . Q , . in .Sy 1 4' , - . . n 1 v L - k F h - 1' - , . . 1 h - ni X uf- Wnlson Palmuero B Jorgenson L Jwrgenson Mr Moss Cooke Donnld Sp uldmg NIcKenue Glee Club Under the cllrectlon of Mr lVloss the Glee Club has given some splenclnd performances thlS year Due to the loss of an actxvlty period ln thls year s s beclule the club IS smaller than usual contalnlng sixteen members ln splte of the llmlted number some excellent talent was dlscovered Musical entertainment was furnished by the Glee Qlub on various occa slons several all school assembly programs at the W F A meetlng April Z4 P T A meetings at Commencement and at the Qgraduatlon CXCYCISCS Marlon Qvpauldmg l'rn11 hh ti. l A ' R 11 , , A ' ,. 4 - sp V tl -- 'z- ' K ' ' I M - V l Y - A I ' 'L , I l r t f A f W! , Q l , f 1 5 t . 7' 9- I I E Nason. Breckon. Tucker. West. Fitterer. Robbins. Cagle. Klug, Hanoln V , --v Lwfff-Swv Jr w ' w R Blacker K Blacker Hale Tjossem Futterer Wilson Moree Smyser Busby McKenzne Gregory Hansnn-an Hull Rodman Rogers West Pwmter Mr Moss Mnlls Stephens Crum Qrchestra ThlS year the orchestra ha been cloxng a more advanced and more ln terestmg type of work than they have clone heretofore The Interest of the elghteen membrs ln rhearsals has enabled Mr Moss to dxsplay the Bblllty of hrs orchestra ln producing the works of some of the great masters on several occasions when It has performed It has appeared several tlmes before as semblles for school plays and A Day ln the Gymnasium presented by Miss Baker s classes The final performance of the vear was at the Commence ment exercises lxatherlne bmyser 151111 In ,, e , , -. - Q M. ' Arai E s - x ' f 'fi 4 l G X ' z gf t ' 2 fra 1 .. Z X U Y 1 iv , . . ..s....,. -it -syn-u 1.1- 'T 'Q Colwell Riley Cram Comstock Maynard Bllleter Crum Gault Pnnney Driver Colwell McKenzie Sterling Miss Buzzetti Faust Geehan Edwards Cooke Miss Cramer Kelso The Bow Wow Club OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Naomi Edwards President Dorothy Cooke Dorothy Cooke Treasurer Beatrice Bllleter Marjorie Faust Secretarv ean Kelso Miss Cramer Adviser Miss Buzzettl Honorary Member Six years ago the Bow Wow club was formed to promote pep school spirit and loyalty in the school The club attempts to carry out these aims in every way possible It consists of 24 girls and their aduser The girls are chosen through a point system which includes all school activities The Football Banquet and the Bow Wow Formal are the two main events presented annually by the Bow Wows The former for the benefit of the football boys and the latter for a purely social event I lorence Sterllnv 141114 IIS . - i 3 ' l ' V l e 1 a l 1. H Q ,, A .a.... , 4? t rv ' 1 . in 4' fa , A Q, f A It i- ' f 5 . Virginia Geehan ............ Vice President . ....,,.........,,.., Jean Crim - r' lm' . t,' , , . . if Lam:-ima ,..1-1-,.- ,I Alder Gates Ganty Brerkon Hanson Bradshaw Herblson Hodges Thayer L-lmbert Massouras G-eehan Drlver Edwards Faust Gault Wllllams Kay Burke Mmton Underwood Long Waste McKenzie Arnold Jorgenson Peterson lmrle Platt Brondt Tozer Colwell Sterling Crum Des Vougne Mnss Baker Hutchinson Bllleter Kelso Pmney Pomt Club OHICCIS Charlotte Des XOIZDC Presldent Phyllis Hutchmson Vnce Presndent Beatrlce Bllleter Treasurer Under the ausplces of Mlss Baker the Pomt Club was established l927 for the purpose ol btlITlUlEifll'lU glrls lnterest IH athletics Flhe requlre ment for membership ls to earn 75 pomts by belng on different teams keepmg health charts and hlklns, At the flrst and last of the second semester mltla tlons are held Upon earning lllll polnts a fflrl IS entltled to wear one strlpe upon her sweater and also ICCCIX es a letter from the 3 B Wrtn exexy addltlonal hundred polnts a strlpe and letter IS awarded lxerx Pomt Club member IS requlred to turn out tor all athletlc actwrtles whlch mclude 'len lkoxt substltuted thls sear for captamball basketball hlltmff baseball and volleyball oan Sexbel I ffl' . .it I ,I me ,I 5 x Q- -,.' i V, g , l I 2 -1 l . 'un 1 K 1 J- 1 . A ni A : 4 ll J 1 , l 1 . I U ,...,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, I Jean Kelso ....,r,,...,,.,,,.,,,,,,...,,,,,.... ,,...,,,,, ..,... S e cretary ' . ' .- '. ' T : . A ' in N V V. . 5 kr. xl. , J . . . 1 . - . D 1 ' . A ' 7 3 A Y ' Y . .' ' ' '.'X. -. . ' ' U. ' iff' vvw Paulson Hale Putn1m Moree Hoard Stephens Edwards Drlver Underwood Hutchinson Lambert H1ys Breckon Ireland Hanson Stevens Masuda Parkes Massouras Jorgenson Sterling McKenzie Waite Faust Hodges Arnold Miss Cramer Stevens Lounse Imrle Colwell Randall Geehan French Club Offlcers Catherine Randall Vice Presldent Vlrgmxa Stevens Bernice Colwell Secretary Treasurer Beau Monde sponsored by Mlss Cramer has successfully concluded nts second year as a club lts membership mclucles second year French stu dents and first year students who mamtam an A or B ax erage ln French At the end of the year the entlre flrst year class will be mltlated mto the club so that It will not have to be reorgamzed to such a great extent next fall lhe purpose of the club IS to acquamt lts members wlth the custums manners and history of France and to give them a speaking knowledge of the language Members must respond to roll call wlth a sentence or two ln French .Several outslcle speakers who have either llVCd or traveled m France were lnVltCd to speak before the club ln French One of the most pleaslng soclal events of the year for the club was a Nlght ln Paras held ln the senlor hlgh gymnaslum The Idea of the entertamment was centered around a French cabaret The vodvll sluts were performed by members of the club Between sluts those who cared to danced LOUISE lmrle Inge ,U 1 I tcm-, I , to ee 1? - et 1 l . Q V, , A 4- .. 6 ' A . , 1 4. - fl r v ' 4' ri l ' Q . I - ' 1 v ' Louise lmrie ...,..,.,,..,,,,,,.,,....l,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, President , -,.- - , . . . . I . , , , . , . -F .,.. .-,mm L. Tozer Imrue Lull Bowman Campbell Slegfrued Mason Des Vougne Rnley Wullna ns Dnckson Gault Platt Turley Dmvldson Moran Wwlker Mnss Bates Buchanan Spanlsh Club Offlcers CITCUIO I PYCSldCht Turnley Walker Secretary Lorna Moran Treasurer Logan Buchanan CITCUIO II President Bermce Alder Secretary Charlotte Rappuhn Qlrculo Ill Presldent Evelyn Hodges Vice President Pansy McFarland Secretary Hazel Wmegar The Spanlsh Club havlng orlglnated m the year of I9Z8 and l929 IS composed of students ln the three Spanlsh classes and has as adviser Miss Bates The purpose of the club IS to teach more about Spanlsh cltles and cus toms thus making the class more mterestlng Durlng the meetings Spanlsh games were played talks glven ln Spamsh and occaslonally popular Spamsh melodies were sung Throughout the year many plays both serious and comm cal were presented at the meetings every member of the club taklng part at some tlme On October I2 the club presented a program before the assembly carry mg out the effect of Columbus Day ln short plays songs and talks On the nlght of February 20 Cxrculo l entertalned the members of the two first year Spanxsh classes at a party The club bought plns thls year wlth the name Los Caballeros graved upon them The dlvlsnons of the club are known as CITCUIO l the second year class CIYCUIO ll the Junlor hugh class and CIYCUIO lll the flrst year class Charlotte Des Volgne 1 um , l v . lf A 1 W 3 -. .. - Y Q K., .vs I ' . v . ' ' 1 . ' ' . V . .. K ' 4 r 1 C V 4 V Vice President ..,.,.,..,..,.....................,. ..Doris Maynard 5 Y U ' ' 7 r , . Q , ' . . ' Y . Y 1 ' , . . . . .. ,. en- . : , , 1 a 1 . ' A ' 71 wr --1 -1.1 of Palnter Tjossem PFICC Putnam Wahle Tjossem Ireland Johnson Zumwalt Smyser Hanson Moree Colwell lrnrle Henderson Zcmbrunnen Stephens Mlss Buzzettl Selbel Shlpman Imrle Leonard Podm1n SCIGIICC Offlcers Presldent Thomas Shlpman VICE Presldent LOUISE lmrle Secretary Gladys Leonard The vast fleld of organlzed knowledge whlcn we call sclence IS IHCICHSIDH ln rapld strlcles thereby lnduclng a wldespread and el en lncreaslng, lntelest along thls fasclnatlng subject he SCICDCC Club whlch has now lncreased to twenty seven actlve members IS the result of such worthwhlle lnterest The SCICUCC Club resumed ltS actlvltles at the beszlnnlng of the year wlth MISS Buzzettl as advlser and Wlth lVllss Halverson as honorary member Each meetlng IS characterlzed by roll call at vshlch a current event I9 QIVCH and a very educatlonal and lnterestlng talk on some partlrular branch of QCICDCC such as electrlclty submallnes englneerlng SCIENCE and slmllar tOplCS IS made or the meetlng IS turned over to edllcatlonal fleld trlps ln or near town whlch are a valuable source of lnformatlon concernmv the practlcal adaptatlons of sclence ln fact every meetlng contrlbutes somethlnv worthwhlle of a sclen tlflC aspect Thls year has seen the lnauguratlon of a new ldea that of havlng speakers from outslde of the school Mr B A l eonard of the Normal school and Nlr Rankln local Bov bcout master were the flfgt speakers the club obtalned ln carrylng out thls plan Early ln each semester new members are taken lnto the club provlded they are ellglble ID regard to certaln scholastlc requlrenlents X dlstlnlgulshlng and very excellent feature of thlS oreanlzatlon IS llS self rellance Thls IS exempllfled ln that everythlnfr buslness and soclal allke IS conducted solely by the members advlce oelng obtalned from Mlss Buzzettl Ted Johnson I Ill' sl ' ,J , . . ...-- ll I I l . .. -1--cl I . W x - : f 75- I- Q ' ' ,, , . , X 4 I' I , 4 Treasurer ,....,,,..,,, ...,,.. ....... ,,,.,,..,...,,.....,,.,, J o a n Seibel . .' . . q- . L . 1 ' x . l , 1 Q . . 4 4 . . V I . . . - 7 V 1 . - ' A v A - y x -x I - - - - . - - v . . 1-, . r v K I 5 , . , , . I . . . . , . 1 . . , . y J Aw y . - 4 u - 1 1 . - li. Al l-w'. .l . 'IA ' T. ...LY lb!!! l WSG Charlton Colwell Yuull Malls Stuegler Shlpman Moree Kltts Buctnnan Frederlck Hull Drlver deJong Johnson Thayer Piulson Whltmore Breckon Henderson Zetzsche Nlwson Hadley Thomet Colby Hanson Jorgensen Cram Grant Smith Dehslow Maynard Zumwalt Randall Platt Peterson Httchlnson Plnney Bllleter Bartro Gates M Platt I Zumwalt Colwell Arnold Mass Halverson Edwards Faust Palnter Tjossern Chemlstry Club Officers Presldent Wllbur Palnter Vice President Secretary enneth Grant Advlser MISS Halverson The Chemlstry Club althouvh exlstmg ln fact only as a class actxvlty of h h eac c emlstry class has been successful ln widening the student s mterest and knowledge of chemistry The membership xncludes all unlor and Senlo r students enrolled ln each of the chemlstry classes The meetmgs were made mterestlng by the demonstratlon of chemlcal e'-tperlrnents and after the water to wlne trlcl-. h d b a een worn out the students turned their attemon to th e pre scntmg of mterestlng current events relatlve to the fleld of SCICDCC and Chem lstry Cn N p n In t e Senior hlgh audxtorlum As the assembly occurred m fire Pre-ventlon Week several talks were Given by members on thus s flre eytlngulsher was demonstrated ovember 7 the club presented a very Interesting rovraz h ubject alter whlch a home made The club held a on v a plcmc vround but also a voratlonal experiment as well plcmc at the clty wells which place afforded not l Naoml Lclwarcls P11111 .-.li ,-.1-.,.. 1... gl ,. 91. 'E .ffl E Eff l l f - 55 .-. . . a 1 V ll ,. ' -- I . .. A 5 V ' W A ' Q 1 'A 5 ' ' L , 4' A.. r K f : 5 f I ' 'A . . Y Y I I ' V 5 I I Il 1 I I S n ' I I ' 4 v -' u' r , 1 V - v ' -- ' 1- A -. 1 ' ' .....,.,.........,,,,,,,.,,,,, .,..,.,..,. I nez Colwell . u 5 ' ' A- Q x 5- li- . . . - ' ' 3 ' ' ' - Y v A ,-, . 4' Wnlknns Mann Bartro Stevens Bruce Burke Massouras McLennan Crum Donald Miss Dawson Jorgenson Zumwalt Ha wson The Blue and Whlte BCSldCS studylng journallstlc wrltlng and journallsm as a vocation the newswrltlng class under the supervlsxon of Miss Alice Dawson published the Blue and White sectlon ln the Evenlng Record every Monday It was lmpos sible for the school to publlsh a weekly lndependent newspaper o the Record Press very kindly offered the space that was used By having this sectlon IU the local paper the public IS brought Into closer relationship wlth the school and what It IS dO1ng Also lt has enabled some school chlldren to read the news through the cooperatlon of the Record who otherwrse could not have purchased a weekly pamphlet Ruby Donald STAFF Editor Mary Mclsennon Asslstant Edltor Ruby Donald and Angellne Massouras Departmental Notes Raymond Frederick School Notes Bessie Bruce Clubs Louise orgenson Charlotte Burke Athletics ean Crlm Assemblles Wllllam Wilkins PIIUC G X f .... ,, K "' P' ,gr -+- J -Y ii. I' X' qi W i ltr g 1 Y Q, A 'i Special Writers ..... lsabel Donna Daley I """""""""""' . J - ' . - ------V,V',V,-,--.------"'.--"------,-P---P-V'-,,, 4-'-I -I . . .....-- i "' , -1' 'Y' U ,v- fe' f Sterlxnq Bay Geehan Colwell Martm Mnss Cramer Waste Waste The Creatlve Wrltmg Club ln anuary of this year the Creatlve Wrltlng Club was organlzed under the dxrectlon of MISS Cramer for the beneflt of those students havlng the ablllty and the urge to wrlte The club conslstlng of elght members with Miss Cramer as aclvlser has a two fold purpose to develop the talent and skxll of the members and to learn the new ldCaS and vogues ln contemporary llterature Several of the group have prevlously won recognltlon as amateur authors Meetlngs were held every two weeks at the homes of the members with occaslonal meetings ln town where dxscussxons on books poems plays and club llterature were greatly enjoyed Eclrth Bay 1,1101 Tn vs I Q I - i l t D . l A- ' 2 1 3 0 E 1 ' I W--fi -- . i . MM., , , 2 . A ,- ov - V A . Y ,. ,til .. N-F ff S 1 I V I ' V ' V ' , . - : Z ' Y 4 Rappuhn Ganty Maynard Wnlluams Jones B1ker Pan-rttom Randall Jorgenson Mass Sunnell Broderuck M1sud1 Art C lub Offxcers President Mary Broderrck Social Chalrman Charlotte Rappuhn Busmess Manager 'Vlae Masuda ln order to glve Senior hugh school puplls the ooportunlty of advanced study ln art an Art Club was orframzed under the direction of lVl1ss Bertha Sunnell The first undertaking was the palntlng and sellmg of Chrlstmas cards ID order to help defray expenses Among the other projects were etching sllver bracelets making school posters arranvxng tableaux from famous pZlll"ltlI1LZS leather tooling and sketching with pastels ln another year we hope to extend our endeavors ln other fields of art Dons Maynard Ifnff W'-"' X u 1 4 Q- t l , l a l .., v V1.1 k L ---1-vi--V' ' , KA. I l r W - , Y I 1, , - L. ' ,, .. , if , A 2 Fxxf' ... Yi 1 l X' X . I Secretary-Treasurer .........,,,.,,, ,,,..,,,,,, L ouise Jorgensen . ,Y --Axxi--Ai--------.A-----------'-- ----A . . D i . . K . T, I .K S . . , A L . i fn i v A -1 ' 5 , r ' i A -W, ' l ' Wi I-3- ,ff IH- ul ntterer Putnam Weaver Stevens Grant Rueqel Shipman Leonard Palnter Nason Hanson Waste Faust Plnney Wnllnams Pane Emerson Leonard Underwood Lono Joruenson Massouras Hutchinson Bulleter Peterson Ruley Srnyser Hodges Cooke Donald Des Volgne Arnold Mass Arqall Edwards Stlegler Ringer Cram Dmmmmchb Offlcers Naoml Edwards Presldent Marjorle Faust Secretary MISS Argall Advlser ThlS year the Dramatlc C lub was organxzed and supervised under a new coach Miss Argall who prox ed to be very successful and very popular The purpose of the club was to xnterest and develop students m dramatlcs Durmg the year the club made a study of short plays and SkltS several of whlch were glVCD for the Klahxam Dance and for the bt Llllda s Gulld ban quet at the Parish House fhe skits and players were A Palr of Lunatxcs by Lawrence Hull and Dorothy Cooke Bramwaves by Mrldred Peterson Thomas Shlpman and Ruby Donald For social club affalrs parties were glven or the Jumor Hlvh Dramatic Club entertamed Dorothy Cooke Ijlllll I . , -- , l s, - 7' T wb .. E v as - Q - Q . Q ' 4 , l , P, U f ? ' l 4 1 -w L I ' xx:- V ' X Y Q' I 1 H I. F' . - 1 - . , V ' . Edward Stiegler ...,.............,.,..................r....... Treasurer . Y I K . . . . . s . A . . . n I J 2 .. . . ' 1i 7 l ' TT .1--,. :pst 7 9? X Deaton Bender Dunnmj Mr Jolnson Holloway Zumbrunnen Edw1rds Hansen Hensnl Priter Stock ludgmg Team The team dld lts flrst Judging at the Washmgton State l'alr at Yakxma the next contest was at Puyallup where they made thelr best showmg and the thlrd at Portland Oregon At Puyallup they came away with two banners one for first prize IH judgmg dalrv cattle and the second pr17e ln swine Judy., team consisted of George Bender Wayne Hallowav and Arthur Edwards On the Portland trlp George Bender was replaced by Fred Lumbrunnen The team feels that the Portland trap was very worthwhlle and wlsh to thank the various cxvxc clubs of l llensburg together wlth the hugh school for maklng thls lnterestlng experience possible Arthur lddwards POT XTO JUDGINJG On November 29 the Potato udglns., Team took eleventh place at the Spokane Potato Show IU a field of experlenced teams from all ox er the North west The team COl'1SlbllI'lg of Carl Dunning Wlllard Hansen Lowell Prater and ames Hensel with Mr ohnson as adwser spent two days m Spokane half day was spent by the team IU the Chamber of Commerce bulldmg where they judged potatoes sortmg them and glvlng reason for thexr selectzons The boys feel the need for more dual and triangular contests ID order to get accus tomed to competxtnon and to gam experience I 11411 .... .... ' I Y A d TQ I - na-" ' F-53 , L-iqin ll . 5. 'b -'- ag 'I Y . 1 l X - J. 5: X U , ing. For the entire contest they placed fourth. On the first two trips the . . . L ' -sp A . . 1 -Q . l , J . Y 1 Q , 75 it L D9 JL. Dunford Edwards G Hanson Hamblnn Page Dunning Prater Bland Brondt Roberts Woodlwuss Birbour W Hanson Bull Ald r Bender Chample Yurll Thornet Wahie Zumbrtnnen Hensel Holloway Anthony Mu Johnson Future Farmers of America The Future Farmers organization is a new organization which started ID organization and in April V930 the first five applicants for charters were made known Ellensburg being one ofthe frve ln no eense IS the Future lwarmers orf anlzatlon a secret organization al though rt has a ritual similar to forms of secret organizations ln this group there are standards which students must meet ancl also de grees for which they can work namely Greenhand l-uture Far ner State Farmer and National Farmer The club encourages students to take part in all athletics and all school activities ln addition to attaining high scholastic standing Many of the programs given are connected with farm problems which are decided through debates while recreational features as well as education al made the meetings all the more interesting Fred furibrunnen I 1111 . - V A 1 . . J- r . ii---' . A 3' I ......i,. ,gl Q ' I 0 v A .'f ...-. '. g 3 Y 4 ' 4 - . ,g - ' 1 ,S . 0 Q' 3 " an W' o 1 . 4 v Virginia and spread throughout the U. S. Last year Washington joined the 'I l ' TI' SCHIOI' H1 ll GIIIS Officers President Eleanor Mclxenzie X ice President Naomi I'dward Secretary e in r rr Xdyiser iss iilx eison XICTIIIJCISIIIP This COITIPYINCS CX 6Yy lfl ID bCl'100l Purpose nlo foster 1 spirit of good fellowship unong tht lrls ol tht I:IIensbur High 'School and to serxe is x social sery te 1 cnty fur the sc ool Qlub Pro ram Ihis year s pro ram was diyided into ei hteen yocational pro rams which were IX en at Girl s Clul assemblies held on fhur d xy ey ery other week t 3 70 P VI Ihe purposc of these pro rams was to help the The calendar for the year was a follows beptember I8 I930 Does I'ducation Pay October I8 1930 Your School and You November O I950 Am I L.-omg to Colle e3 Xlovember 20 1930 Self Analvsis Program December 4 I930 Science Mathematics Home I'conom1cs December I8 1930 Lommerce ournallsm anuary I5 l93l Ignglish History Langua e February 5 I93I Music 'arts Physical Education February Z6 I93l Women in Industry March I2 I93I Agriculture Forestry Animal Husbandry March 26 I95I Manufacturing and Mechanical lndustry April I6 I93l Transportation and Iqrade April 30 I93l Public beryice May I3 I93l Professional Service May 21 l93I Clerical Occupations and Domestic and personal SCYVICC order to give eyery girl a chance to work on a program committees of nine were appointed for each assembly Social Provram At the beginning of the school year the usual girls party was given in the vymnasium to he-Ip the girls get acquainted bex eral matinee dances were given on Friday afternoons and a Mother s Day program and reception was held May I 5 Social beryice By giylng candy and pie sales the girls raised enough money to finance the reorganization and relurnlshms. of the gir s rcst room The club also had charge of the donation and collection of Christmas boxes and to their distribution wherever needed Active participation by an increasingly large percentage of the QIIIS in the actiyities is an encouraging s gn of a finer cooperal vc organwation I' Ieanor Mckenzie l'1l1l4 VI . . . , 0' 'O H K ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , , , . 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'Ay'k1AQ.1 ' 5. , -4- A Socletv KID DAY Flndlng themselves In their own element agarn after many wearlsome months of bemg grown up the petite femmes of E H S romped carefree and content for a few hours 1n the gym The hungry lnfants greedlly devoured thelr food and then footsore and weary hurried home FROSH MIXER A mrxer almost devolcl of any youngsters proved a remarkable success With only the now almost full grown sophs to lend an mfantlle touch the party progressed merrily The Toreadors with thelr usual wlm wlgor and wrtallty pepped things up considerably Refreshments rn the way of sparkllng punch soothed those weaned by the flrst hop of the year BANQUFT Football tactlcs were predommate at the banquet thus year when each llttle Bow Wow took advantage of that diverse slogan Get Your Man and dad her best to do so Clever speeches were glven by several of the team and faculty as well as the charmmg toastmlstress Naoml bdwards Shaded llghts and huge davenports lent a homey effect to the affaxr JUNIOR MINQTREL Those yunors sho are a snappy bunch thelr mlnstrel was the cleverest thxng of that type that has been attempted here for a long tlme It rolled ln the lucre whxch rs a whole lot too The whole thmg was a hllarlous success and disclosed a lot of heretofore hidden talent JUNIOR PROM lmmortalrzlng thelr class ln the annals of F H S the class of 32 spon sored a lovely and elaborate party whlch prov ed to be the most successful prom IH the hlstory of the school The lceland Ball was a gorgeous spectacle of snow and lClClCQ the most mlnute detall was not neglected even to a qualnt Igloo and reallstlc north ern lights Patrons and patronesses were 'Vlr Koenig Mr Brown lVllSS Buzzettl and Mrs Albert Crlmp MISS Halverson Mr Vlvlan and Mr and Mrs blenn Putnam BOXV WOW FORMAL Profuslons of garden flowers pastelle froclss lddy Bow Wows goofy boys shaded lights heavenlv moonlight Oh C-eel huge davenports secluded porch and what have voul All combined to make an unfor et able night of the Bow Wow formal By offermg her home for the OCCBSIOH Mrs bterlrng asslsted rn making the party the tremendous success that lt was bt NUOR BALI lnflnltely more memorable to the senlors than any other party of the year was the senxor ball the lwsr sponsored ln school Nerther too blase nor too demure the partv had a charmmg SOphlNtl catxon beflttmg the new ly acqulred drgnrty of alums Isl AHIAM PARTY fmally taking a day off the lxlahlam staff gave a verv whoopeelsh aff.-ur Top O the l-llll Tavern was the settlng and It made a very charmmg one for thls frnal soclety event of the year Vxrffmxa C-eehan 1141 N1 L J N f . . 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' 4 0 X., 1 ' - - v. .': - . 4, wg f ' ' .1'.. 421.-,, - Statlon D l li D now announces Professor lxll M Qulk s hour on the pursuance of the MUIdCfDlStlC Slanguage or teachlng Shakespeare how to do lt Professor Kll M Qulck Frlends and students of the radlo audlence l-o make thls course clear lt IS our flrst duty to grasp a general ldea of thls dellghtfully new slanguage through lncreaslng our vocabulary Wlth the new deflnltlons of old words My flrst edltlon IS thls Jack a term used to represent money chlcken that person of the weaker sex lncllned to fllrtlng and how an expresslon of amazement or a term used frequently by those who WlSh to shovs agreement governor a modern VCISIOH of the parent of whom permlsslon IS asked and upon whom flnanclal affalrs depend run that menace of the school glrl complexlon an uncanny dlsease of the stocklng socks a revlsed term or nlckname of stocklngs dough another CXPYCSSIOH now used to express money sap a poor creature who stands rldlcule and who IS modernly consld ered dumb honey formerly used to express the materlal whlch a bee maufactures but now used on femmes lncllned to be unusually pretty or smart whoopee that whlch now OCCUPICS the younger generatlon s tlme Jazz modern revlsed term of word ragtlme gob nlckname used ID place of the very common sallor dumbell now expresslng a member of the human race wl'o IS very uneducated one way or another sklrt lately used as a garment for women the meanlng has changed conslderable and IS now used ln namlng certaln types of ladles dates that whlch now OCCUPICS the younger generatlon s tlme or an other term used ln accord Wlth the word whoopee story an untruthful statement swear a term taken from the word profanlty gawsh an exclamatlon of dlsgust or amazement darn an exclamatlon of temper formerly used as a way to mend sock StatlonD l E. D Professor Kll M Qulk has out of the klndness called hls heart do nated part of hlS tlme to the now fast dlsappearlng Anclent Language Depart ments who wlll open thelr program wlth selectlons from THEY A150 SERVF By hdlth r Bay Mlchael O Shaunessy was camp cook for the Robert Wllllams Three Plne lumber Company lhe camp was I 0 I1lllCS from nowhere as Nllchael s young daughter so aptly put It the nowhere belng Woodenvllle a small town to where logs were Caffled by the company s blg logglng trucks hence to be Caffled vla the rallroad to the mlll some thlrty mlles dlstant Nllchael O Shaunessy was camp cook as has been stated judge peace offlcer and flrst and admlnlstrator as the occaslon demanded Slnce only he knew that the way to slxty odd men s hearts was through thelr stomachs he was held ln hlgh esteem and consequently he ruled the camp Wlth an lron hand albelt red and halry and freckled He was 8SSlStCd by Robert Wll llams known to hls frlends and acqualntances as Young Robert dlstlngulsh hlm from hls father the older Robert who rarely came to the camp havlng the mlll to look after I llllt 1 . . 1. . 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I . . . , , Q , . . f - . - I u ' r ' - 'L . . . - . . u v , , . t ' ' . . . . ll vu v r-v , to l V Y , X . 1 ,SQ And as surely as Michael O Shaunessy ruled the cook shack and lncld entally the men just as surely dad Michael s slxteen year old daughter rule hlm Patrlcla Magdalene a typlcal lrlsh colleen was ever a thorn rn Mlch ael s buslness slde For Patricia Magdalene always undertook to run Nllchael s affairs as well as her own much to hls dlstress SINCE the death of the glrl s mother his w1fe four years before hr- had brought her up mto the woods at the end of each school term and for three glorlous months for her she helped her father run the camp When she had graduated from hwh school the past May he had hesltated as to whether or not to bring her back to the camp for another summer You re gettlng so blg now mavourneen he had demurred but Patrlcla Mag dalene had begged so hard that he had finally consented just tlll wmter though bo now whlle the glrl kept house for Michael and herself ln one of the larger cablns Mlchael kept the men contented with thelr lot at least whlle they were ln the cook shack and Young Robert dld hls best to make them contented out of It One warm mornlng ln early uly Patrlcla Magdalene her house work flnlshed saddled Pegasus the yound saddlehorse whlch Young Robert had provided for her beneflt ln the corral back of the house preparatory to one of her long rambles through the woods She swung lightly mto the saddle lnformlng the pony that first she d have to tell her father where she was golng or at least what she lntended to do slnce she drd not know herself where she was gomg She drew up near the tall wood plles at the back of the cook shack and shouted lustlly for hum ln a moment he appeared hls red face flushed still redder wlth the heat of the stove lm off for the dav Michael she told hlm Can you put me up a lunch before l go Sure and l can that' Mrchael returned heartily and added Young Robert wanted to see ye lass Patrlcla frowned crosslv Oh dear he wants me to type another let ter for hlm l s pose Well c mon Peg At a small two roomed cabin at the edge of the camp she slxd off the pleased to call hrs offlce He spent hls sleeplngg hours ln the room ad jolnlng the office And that offrce was the sorrow of Patrlcra s tldy young soul It was a small room crowded dlZZ1ly by a huge desk two chaxrs shelves frlled wxth dustv and dllapldated old flles and evervthxng llterally covered by stacks of paper used and unused On the desk the confuslon was so grand that the old battered typewrlter could scarcely be seen amongst all the lltter Young Robert however knowing Patrlcxas passlon for cleanllness had sternly lard down a law You are not to touch any thlng ln the office' Leaxe everythlng where lt lSl I know where everythmg IS and when l want lt l know where to get lt' So Patrlcla Magdalene had closed her eyes to the chaos and everything and was only IH the office whenever he needed her for business purposes whlch luckily was not often except to type letters oc caslonally Young Robert was seated at one end of the desk wrrtrng buslly when Patricia entered and dld not look up The girl cleared the only other un occupled charr ln the room drew It up 1n front of the typewrlter cleared lt lnsertlng a whlte sheet of paper and warted It s to lVlcAndrews he finally sand pausing IH his wrrtmg and glanc mg up Agaln3 exclalmed Patrlcra But you wrote to hlm just the other day ln fact you ve wrltten several and no answer yet to any of them If Iuyt s 7 - ' . Y I - L 1 . . - F 1 , 5 . . v v V v " 1 i I J . ' ' e , v k v - -W ' L , . e 5 ' k I I 9 . ' A l N rs . 7 . . .. N H? horse, gave him a slap, and went into the one room which Young Robert was 1 V . . k i 1 Y . O K ' B y ' - 5 D -1 ' w ' ' s. . k . . Q l x .'w! U Y , u ' r- . , u - ' n -'av ' V x IT- - . ' - 1 l I 7 fl 5 1 1 A v ' . ' . ' . ' , - . ' ' .'.1 he doesn t want to sell hrs trmber to you why don t you just pretend you don t want lt very badly and then he ll sell lt fast enough But why should l walt3 Youn Robert exclalmed peevlshly l offer hlm as bug a prlce for his txmber as he d want and probably as much or more than any other company would glve for lt and yet he won t take xt ust llke a darned stubborn Scotchman No l m gorn to wrlte hlm until he answers Crowd hlm Duncan lxelth lVlcAndrews was the Wllllams most bltter rn al owning fave hundred acres of fme standlng tlmber next to the lqhree PIHCS Loggmg camp Patrlcla srghed resrgnedly and quoted They also serve where ls he now lVlcAndrews lmean3 Hes ln Seattle now Pat You know he comes out here every sum mer to spend a couple of week s vacatlon ln a little cabm on hrs land l don t believe youve ever met hlm Havent you3 N03 Well what clld you say before that3 Patrlcla smlled and repeated They also serve who only stand and walt That s from lVl1lton Young Roberts lrps qulrked Never met hlm Good advlce though Take thls letter now The letter neatly typed P3tflCl3 addressed lt to lVlcAndrews found an envelope lnserted the typed letter but clld not seal It An rdea was bemg formulated and she smlled Fortunately Young Robert drd not see the smile or he would have known from experlence that mlschlef was brewmg l ll mall thls for you at Vlfoodenvxlle rf you llke Pegasus IS saddled and l was gomg there anyway Should IU Young Robert stood up and reached for hlS hat Surely take rt ln wlth you There are stamps somewhere IH that drawer to your left there Get some at the pOSt0fflCC lf you llke And don t forget to llck the envelope either Oh l ll like the stamp too lf you llke PHtYlCla murmured mocklngly after he had gone She stuck the letter into a pocket sallled outslue and cllmblng aboard Pegasus once more she headed back to her own cabln Once lnsxde she went to the wide shelx es of books on elther slde of the large stone flreplace at the end of the room she ran her flngers along the backs of the books untll she came to the one she had ID mmd She thumbed rapldly through the pa es of the small book entitled Poems by 'Vhlton Readlng the poem Mllt0D on Hrs Blmdness she read through rt and exclalmed Oh' just what l wanted lt ll be yust the thing She took the typewrxtten letter from nts yet unsealed envelope got a clean sheet of paper and sat down before a small portable typewrrter By paraphraslng the last stanza of Milton s famous poem this rs what she wrote When l consider how my money IS spent Ere half of lt ln this dark world IS spent And that forest which I9 death to you Lodged Wlth you useless They also serve who only stand and wart Mr Robert Wllllams r July 28 l930 Three Pmes Lumber Co Three hours later Pegasus waded knee deep across a sparkllng SWlft flowing mountaln stream clambored up the opposite slde and ln obedience to a tug at the relns stood stlll drlppmg Hrs mlstress slghed wlth rellef Well Peg here we are Ha' So this IS where Mr lVlcAndrew s arch enemy of Mr Robert Wllllams r spends hrs vacatlons far from the maddening 1 llfll 4 - . . . . , Q - , - .. . .. . . 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' 1 - . v ,I-1 , 1' ' I P51 crowd But say l sure admlre his taste m plcklng out a camp Sltel lt was certainly a beautlful spot At the far edge of a natural arena of green grass that was almost a lawn a small log cabln stood facmg the stream and wlth the tall dark plnes behmd lt whlch seemed to stand sentlnel over xt Patrlcla swung off her horse and went up the half obliterated path that led from the stream to the door of the cabln She Inspected the xnterxor close ly finally returning to the door to gaze thoughtfully out It was a peaceful scene Pegasus placldly CYOPDIHQ the short green grass nearby the spark llng stream twlnlxllllg and chatterlng ln the bright sunllght and the stately plnes whlsperlng and swaying ID the warm uly mountaln breeze Pat came abruptly out of her absorptlon She turned back mto the cabln and stood ln the center of the room the letter m her hand wondermg where to put lt where lt could be seen readxly by one enterlng the door She finally declded upon the xdea of placlng It on the back of the door by whlch she had entered But the questlon arose how could she make lt stlck there3 If she stuck lt ln one of the cracks lt mlght fall out and so pass unnotlced She needed a pm she guessed However the only thlng of this sort avallable was a small silver pln she wore at her throat She pulled lf off reluctantly and fastened the letter securely qulte far up the door where lt could easlly be seen Thls done she stepped back to vlew her handlwork Well done' she congratulated herself Now let s go back and l hope and pray that Young Robert doesnt flnd out what lve done wouldnt he bo1l3 l do hope lVlcAndrews comes here soon and funds the letter Well Pe gasus let us fly End of part one To be continued ln our next broadcast over statlon D l E D Professor Kll lVl Qulk ln contlnulng hrs lessons ln Murclernlstlc Slangugae over Statlon D l E D presents an orlglnal bhakespearlan Drama ln the hopes that lt wlll lnfluence the young slanguage sllngers to follow hls example and out do Wllllam hlmself Professor lxll Nl Quik Good evening radio students llfly drama IS entltled lNlacs Beth chlcken who marrled for Jack MAC Q BFTH Characters lVlac a Knight of the Garter Beth royal queen of Scotama Count du Trapp Drumma Peter Piper a page Place Scotanla Tlme Father Tlme Just made the announcement that he had no txme to spare so thls llttle dlttle wlll have to be wrlttxn ln NO TllVlE at all Scene l The Royal Castle Draw rn the Drawbrldge crled Her Royal Highness the Majestlc Ellzabeth Annlta Cassandra lVlacSm1thy ueen of Scotanla Ruler of Beehlvxa and Czarlna of Cuddelonla Pronto pxped the well known Peter Plper but there am t no drawers to draw rn the drawbrldge So Mac rolled road and rocked across the brldge Whoa Llzzle he affectlonately foned to his Ford ueeme you IS a klbltzer to have me here to tea he YCIT1ll'llSCCd Oh lVlac what have you went and sald You ve rulnt mv reputatlon Youse never got no 1nv1tat1on of mme Youse xs just a dravwbrldge crasher 1 lil: . . . . . . . nv , . . . - y h 1 . 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H V 1 , V-K 1k .M A shaft of light drlpped m through the skyllght and the Count du Trapp Drumma prcked lt up tenderly and land lt on a plllow to dle A herald blew ln the door at that moment but a roy al carpenter qulckly repalred lt and wlthout warnlng Shall I set the sun trllled a YOICC trllllly from the rlll on the hlll near the mlll But ueen Beth was so taken up wlth her reflection ln the mrrror that she forgot to answer the trxll from the hrll and as the sun sunk lower IVIac took advantage made a grab at Beth quothmg quothlly ln quotes Youse ls mme for keeps But she sprang to the chande her ln angulsh Mac plucked her down by her eyebrows and threw her mto the LIZZIC We re off he caroled gallv Cuckoo Cuckoo croaked a sparrow from the court yard Scene II Mac s Castle Heft yourself out Beth and peek about your new hut covered wlth vines ut not wlth mortgages Remember that Mac had plenty of jack ust then the fxrlng of three canons announced the arrlval of three o clock ln the court yard The canons havlng been flred drew thexr pay and left whlle the court plastered three o clock Beth carelessly dropped her eyes on her watch to corroborate the time and broke the crystal While she wa looklng for them the eves the mmlster sneaked up and she was forex er more Mac s Beth PIDIS btatlon D I E D affaxn announcing Professor Kll M uxk who as forced to leave with regret It ls needless to acldl hls supporters for a H NI F HOUR INTERIVIISSION3 so lt gives us pleasure to announce at this tlml that we will return to the OID S FYI E I AYCJU-XCJF Tfll Y XLSO SILRVI dlth f' Part ll If Patrlcla Magdalene had any qualms of consclence durnng the days and weeks that followed no one knew about them but herself for she was not one to let her prlvate affalrs trouble her much Young Robert sald nothing more about IVlcAndrews for whlch Patrlcla was thankful and he wrote no more letters to hlm contrary to his assertion that he mtended t crowd IVlcsXndrews lhe days grew steadily hotter a Jlulv gave way to early Xufust Near by ranger statlons doubled thelr forces and thelr YlSfll3I1CC and almost every day a forest patrol plane flew by slghtlng for fires f atr1c1a stlll rode though wlth expllclt warnmgs that she remam near the camp You can never tell where or when one s golng to break out Pat and a flre m a dry forest travels fast Thus said Young Robert ID lssuxnv orders But the logging went on lumber IS lumber and must be procluced ram or shme summer or wlntcr One hot August day found Patrxcla returnmg to camp wlth a strung of lovely brook trout and wonderlng why Younf Robert had gonc to qeattle ln such a hurry a couple of days before bhe was perhaps two mlles from camp but nearby a tree was belng felled Not far dlstant she could hear the strldent screech of the donkey englne blancxng up she could see the slim erect top of a tall bull pme QUIK erlng From long experlence she knew that thls one was going to fall soon Pegasus pawed uneaslly whlle hrs mlstress wavted for the flrst few cracks that preceded a fall In a moment they began Patricia watched the silhouette of the tree against the blue sky It qulverecl more now as xt began to sway and crack at the base Through the otherwise qulet forest there rang the long drawn warnrng call tlmberl Iflflf h- . it - ' - . , . -. . g - . 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V . lt n L II - ' 'xx The tree contlnued to snap nolslly as It began to fall slowly at flrst then more rapldly as lt gathered momentum Fmally with an ear spllttlng squeak It crashed thunderously to the ground accompanied by the breaklng of small er trees rn ltS path and ralslng a flne plney dust Slmultaneously with that last deafenlng roar there arose a single plerclng scream of the wlldest agony whlch made Patrrcra s scalp tingle wrth horror Pegasus his nerves strarned by the noxses of the fallmg tree gave way at the cry and began to frght bltterly At length he permitted the glrl to rlde hum toward the place from where the cry had come Pat could hear the shouts of men so she drew near and she subcon sclously realized that the donkey engme was silent A moment later sne came ln slght of the fallen tree At lts base a group of men had collected And Pat knew after a srngle glance at them that an accldent had occurred one of those fatal ones common to logging camps 'Xs she drew near one of the men catchmf sight of her ran rapldly towards her Qrres and moanlng IS sued from some one on the ground around whom the men were hovering The man caught Pegasus cheek strap and asked the glrl hurrredly lf she would fo to camp after her father We ve sent one of the men after hlm but you could go faster on the horse Patrlcla shook her head and got down lNo you go And before he could catch her she was runnlng toward the scene of the accident He called to her but she went on As she drew near some one touched her sleeve Go on back Pat thls IS no place for you But the glrl heedless of hrs words broke through the thmnlng group of men and at the slght whrch met her eyes gave a horrxfled gasp and stopped short One of the men leamng over the almost rompletely dlsemboweled man lying at hrs feet glanced up as she came besrde hlm He s dead h sard dully Patrrcla knew lnstantly what had happened Luke so many other trees that had been felled thrs one had rebounded and unlucklly for one of the sawyers had crashed backward as It drd so sending a sliver Into and Most of the men had dlspersed for such a bloodv sight was srckemnsg even to them who were m a measure used to such 'xcudents There would be no more work today Oh I do wrsh Xounv Robert was here mourned the grrl a couple of hours later lhe dead man had been brought to cxmp and a man drlvln a truck dr-.patched Wlth all available haste to Woodenvllle for an under aker or a coroner Xfter the camp had quxeted under Michael s orders Patrlcra had sought hum out at the cook shack Why lass he sand looking up from his work how could Young Rob ert help5 Havent l done as much as can be done Hrs daughter made a futrle gesture Yes Dad of course you have but we can t fund the man s real name or address or anythlng He nex er got any mall and on the books and the payroll he s just Andy' Her eves lighted suddenly Do you suppose he s got a su1tcase3 Most of the men have lll ask one of the men to go over to the bunkhouse and see Surelv something would have hrs name on And we ve got to notrfy relatrv es lt he has any bhe sent a man to the bunk house who returned a few mrnutes later carrvrng a large badly dllapldated Sl1ltC'E:lSC It was placed on the table rn front of the gxrl The man who had brought lt watched her as the slum fur ers swrftly unfastened the straps Young Robert back3 he offered fmally Patrlcra stopped work abruptly He lS3 Yvhen drd he get here3 But Her father told the man to get out and the grrl turned to her father But he ll have to be told of the accldent Dad He s found rt out by now acushla Michael ,I 11114 s9 Y g V I K . . - 5 I AY 5 . 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V 5 ' , , , . returned There s a bunch over at the offrce now talkrng to hrm Go ahead and open that surtcase Patrrcra frnally opened rt and began to rummage lhere were all the usual thrngs-clothrng a shaun brush a cheap wrrtrng tablet a packet of envelopes a couple of stubby pencrls and a small re bound book Nlrchael s daughter reached for the latter O oh a book' she exclarmed And rt s got somethrng wrrtten on the fly leaf Mavbe rt s hrs oh ye gods' A few mrnutes after he had drsmrssed the men who had told hrm of the accrdent rn the woods Young Robert sat alone rn hrs offrce He was worrred lt was not often a major accrdent happened at hrs camp and especrally one that ended rn death Suddenly hrs thoughs were rudely rnterrupted by the entrance of Patrrcra Magdalene a strange Pat eyes scared and wrde and farrlv pantrns., wrth supressed excrtement Young Robert started up but she pushed hrm awav and waved before hrs amazed eyes a small red bound book Look she panted Hrs name the boy who was krlled thrs afternoon hrs name rs andrew lVlcAndrews Havrng delrvered herself of thrs news she sank rnto a charr almost rn tears She gave hrm the book opened to the betrayrnv fly leaf Young Robert took rt hrs eyes on her and a great understandrng dawnrng rn them On the fly leaf neatly wrrtten wrth black rnk were the words To my only brother Andrew from Duncan lkerth lVlcAndrews Young Robert closed the book and tossed rt on the table strll wrthout a word Pat sobbed mrserably he ll never sell you hrs trmber now I-I h hrs only brother krlled rn your camp Strll Young Robert sard nothrng and Pat frnally lookrng up through her tears beheld a half smrle on hrs face Pat he asked abruptly haue you a gurlty conscrence5 Patrrcra hrccoughed rn amazement Y yes' she gasped frnally Why3 lm sorry thrs accrdent happened today of course but Drd you marl that last letter l wrote to lVlcAndrews3 The one you sard somethrng about standrng and wartrn 3 The grrl shook her head shamefacedly lNo l drdn t l took rt over to hrs summer camp after ld changed rt a lot The smrle on Young Roberts face wrdened Look at thrs He held out a letter to her l got thrs a couple of days ago Patrrcra took rt dreadrng she knew not what Young, Robert watch mg the expressrve lrttle face saw rt change from surprrse to joy and frnally to a chagrrnecl smrle August I5 l930 Seattle Washrngton Mr Robert Wrllrams Three Prnes Loggrng Camp Woodenvrlle Washrngton Dear Srr Recerved your psuedo letter at my camp when l arrrved there sex eral days ago lf you wrll please be at my offrce rn Seattle on August l9th l wrll accept your offer of S4 000 for my forty acres of forest adjornrng vour land They also serve who only stand and wart Trustrng l may see you soon I remarn Srncerely yours Duncan K lVlcAndrews Frnrs I mfr 'HI . .. - v -. 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A , Y - ' - ' 7 1 . , . 7 K . r ' .. . ., y . 1 I v The musrcal note just struck gave the correct trme exactly nrne o clock the regular hour for the Murdernrstrc Slanguage course conducted by the well known Professor Krl M Qurk ox er Statron D l E D We are sorry to an nounce that the professor rs drscontrnurng hrs course due to the fact that he has been rnvrted to London to drrll the House of Lords who feel that they need hrs personal attentron rn hrs slanguage Professor Krl M Qurk rs grvrng you as hrs last selectron a humorous story of Newlyweds BRIDECJROOMITIS Hullo' Operator3 Thrs rs too sweet l who s fresh' l sard Surte Two' Grmme the grotel hrll Nlo' the grrll' the Hotel Crrrll' Yeh and snap rt makey' What3 Aw you too' Huh hullo' ls thrs the wed hater3 the Head Walter' l sard Well then send up some prewed tunes and What3 oh stewed prunes sure And some toasted butter and what' You don t have buttered toast3 Yeah well that s what l want yeah and a mrlk of glass yeah mrlk' Thats rrght Yeah thats all Oh Chref' And ake rt moo Nlo' No' lqwo' l sard make rt two' and move a get on wrll ya' Yeah Hurry' It s for my wrttle lrfely My Wrfe' Oh and say Chref sorry l m all muxed up See we re newly wed' Whuzzat3 Yeah must Jarrred aw strddle frcks ust 'Vlarrred ' ' ' ' E.l"lCOI'C Oh there you are lm just Prckled Flrnk pardon me trckled prnk to yeat mou Meet You l cust Jame from lwrrcadrlly Peet Oh Uh huh Came from frcadrlly Street and you ll dever nream Want Never Dream l met bat thoy no no' that boy from Chrta Thr What you never heard of the Theat Qhr chapter well you knew what l meant and kva don nwhat3 Do You lxnow What' Wash out eour Vears your ears" He asked me to hrs dat france Frat Dance' you re just Jealous at s thall Statron D l E D has managed to procure a lrst of UNUSUAI FEATures wrrtten by famous authors as a specralty for rts audlence M NKF EXW LAWFF erry Flynn srngrng Sweet Qooxre of Mme Art Drrver Satrsfred at the Yakrma Came Nlembers of the rrls gym classes rnvestrng therr well earned money rn the apple machrne You re Srmply Delrsh At the unror Mrnstrel Harl Harl the Gang s All Here Maurrce Hoard Around the Qorner Maryorre Faust walkrng down the hall whrstlrng Happy Days Are Here Agarn Happy Smrth lrstenrng to Vlar y over the radro Members of the newswrrtrng class hummrng You re Drrvrng Me Crazv Students rn the cookrng class rehearsrng the son Tre Me To Your Apron Strrngs Members of the Klahram staff srngrng Three O clock rn the Mornrng QAN YO FEATURE THIS Mrss Buzzettr Takrng the lead rn Remote Control Doyle Parham Starrrns., rn The Br Trarl Robert Bartro Makrng lowe to Clara Bow Mrrram and lsabel Zumwalt Dorng a srster act on Broadway rmmy Hodges The lrfe of the Party Lourse lmrre The Ladv of Scandal Brlly Flynn and Ray Maynard The C cko Mrss Dawson Runnrng a newspaper rn the brg crty of Frshvrlle Chet Marn The brg hrt n Lets Cro Natrve Mr Vrvran Drrectrns., the famous show Romance Turnley Walker Srngrng Oskr Wow W ow rn grand opera rn N Y Kenneth Grant Makrng a 50 rn typrnv class Phrllrp Frtterer Wrth a trnklrng soprano vorce especrally after a game Ifu - - . . . 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QYIHIIIIW Mother and father XXIISS Buzzettl XOLI YGLCIXSCI El Y6II1CI'1ClOll OXEAIIO Pl-l'1CX ff' Qtlll clappln What drd you say 3 r Vlylan od mem would not an wlt y t lll1tll t quleted down N3OIUl Here comes the parade and lxflarjorle wrll Illlss lt Vsfhcre shef' Lorleen Lpstaxrs waym her h11r Naomi l-leay ens can t they afford to buy a la lied Ol'lI1SOD X New PI' QW, CIOLIOI' says ll'lP!H if? ILYNCI' II'l OPYCIIIOS slnce women started SIIlOlxll'l Glen Putnam lhats e r atet ar ument ye hcarc ln tayor 'WOYIICII QIT1Olx1I1 Doctor lut out your on ue mort than th t II ol ean Is But Doc or l n t t fastened it the other end fwould y ou belleye 1t3 Boh Qolwell When you laugh you show your teeth Bob Denslow When you laugh you show your 1 norancc- A lTldl'l IS DSVPI' older tl'1dI1 he feels dCCldI'LCl lldUYlC6 l'loard bI'dVCly now I feel as fresh as a two year old Home or eg I g led a lowlv soph Ilf u , , - 4. X.: ' ' "1 J t ' Lf I ' 2 J gg ' ' j g .' e ' g J . , . - , c , . A . , ' H. . ,,. 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I . , V , ' , , W YY ' ,BV .123 , - 'r fr .f COMMENLFMENJT rlhe commencement of what3 we ask ourselw es As the Great Day hastens nearer Now that that Day has passed We find nts memory dearer uestlonlng we were answered ln a thousand Dlfferent ways And by many people A man warnlngly representing a Business College Before Graduation The Commencement of your llfe ln A World of BUSINESS The MlHlStCf admonlshmgly as he preached the Baccalaureate Sermon The Commencement of your llfe as You and bod can make It Our Frlends cheerfully as we scattered lxke chaff Before a wmd The Commencement of seeklnv new frlendsl Each MlStakC The Commencement of a lot of Unlucky Breaks Our Parents hopefully as they secretlv worry ow er Our Wayward Paths The Commencement of a full llfe As you wlll And We sadly as we leave our school life behmd Say srmply The Commencement of 'lhe llnd Edlth Bay FINIS .. . g I .. C . Q ' ' . ' 3 , , , Q I YY I ' 1 , 5 ,. 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