Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1938

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S WM U P :wwf R IN fx r I P5 H Forewor lhe Associated Students present thelr annual publrcatlon for your present pleasure and to awaken your memorles xn years to come Words have been used sparm ly The ever falthful camera has been used to more fully portray the events of the year The cover desngn and end sheets done by members of the Xrt Department show the moments fashlon IH commercral art lhe photography and English are meant to show the moment s mood Through the makm of thls book the qtaff has recelved almost umversal COOpCT3tlOn from management faculty students and advertisers They have made posslble the slze and quality of thls year s publrcatron only present dav economy has lrmlted the staff s actron Wrth full respect for the fme book of yester years and wrth confidence ln the lar er more colorful year books of tomorrows the btaff trusts that thrs Pro ress Edltlon has made conslstent progress On the opposnte pave the flrst hugh school of thls commumty built ln l890 and destroyed by flre ln 197 D IS contrasted wlth the hlghly modern highly efflcnent Morgan u Hugh School plant recently completed PM WX Off 3' I Q4 is tr ,J r Tfwfgmlf' 1" 'J A a ffl' 3'fy:0 nf N1 2, ,lf fy , Fo W G" f r Gt ,JL f s C 1, V NLM fer A , Lf., , X 'fs i ly s jf as L. 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I A, eq, 5 w. 1351-Q-M Q, -xqlmk Wx lf V A W Worl Progress The year s action has been chiefly political taking expression in wars diplomacy bloodless conquest and lndustrlal and financial experiments Much of the year s thinking has been along remedial lines seeking remedies for pressure of population avoidance of major wars financial and industrial distress and restrictions made by the Versailles treaty The strong men of Italy Germany and apan have been at the present millenarys outdoor passtime remaklnv the map of Furope The United States with anxious but peaceful foreign relations has been plagued with financial and industrial unrest Unemployment and real want have been the lot of many The federal legislature has exercised its preroga tives and blocked the plans of the executive to make certam vital changes in the government Tray agriculture has TCCCIY ed most comment of the years scientific development Conservation of lands avoidance of erosion and rebuilding of lands and new types of home architecture are common topics of con versatlon ltaly finished the rough work of conquering Ethiopia and had been eased into a more comfortable position by taking sanctuary under the cloud of war threat Her threat against the British for control of the Gibralter Mediterranean Suez Red Sea waterway is now in lull by outside nations the outcome is uncertain At the noment conquest of the royalist by the insurgents seems certain If this happens Spain s future will be obscure as a tributary nation Germany turning more intensely national is making an issue of her foreign relations Having been niclced on every side by the Versailles Treaty she now proposes to reincorporate those nicks and more within her boundarles Austria has been incorporated by means of a bloodless conquest Adolf Hitler had wiped out all internal lines and reduced the European German Empire to a consolidated state Russia has returned a long way from primary commumsm Her new constitution smacks of democracy and individualism Constantly watching Germany on the West and apan on the East she is quietly preparing for any event apan has spent the year attempting to enforce her assumed Asiatic Doctme and disciplining China Meeting more resistance than anticipated she is encountering opposition to the war among her own people while China is bemg umted by the war Results of the apanese invasion are still very ques tlonable L ,414-. 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WHO' WO Sc ool Progress lhe Ellensburg schools are recognized as being among the best of the state fhls year many very progressive features have been added A partlal llst of these features are ym cafeteria shops art studio home economlcs department musxc chapel radlo system vlsual educatlon department and a large amount of new equipment The old gym located rn the Senior Hlgh was dlfflcult to reach and lnadequate ln all ways for the larger student body It has been replaced by an ultra modern bulldlnf easy to approach and beautiful to look at Wlth nts showers and lockers It IS adequate ln every way The old gym has been converted into a communlty hall of many uses It IS ln daily use as a cafeteria lts excellent floor can be cleared IH a very few moments and becomes surtable for dancmf and other cultural amusements lts excellently equlpped kxtchen and new rimp approaches make lt a very popular banquet hall The bulldmg used as a shop has been converted into a MUSIC Chapel Separated from the mam buildings and arranf ed especlally for work ln muslc It has added greatly to the efflclency of the Music Department It wlll remain a beloved spot to muslc students through the years to come The General Sclence students now have a laboratory class room especially bullt for that purpose Thls vltal course now has an opportunity to fulfill 1ts educational mlsslon Two large well equlpped unlts now make the Home Economrcs Depart ment more attractrve and more useful The group of rooms used for the department have been built especlally for this type of work lqhe bug bear of all vocatlonal teachers tlme lost ln beglnnmg, and puttmg away work by the student has been ellmmated The new efflcrent and attractrve shops have become the prrde of both teacher and student Courses ln metal work wood work and sheet metal work auto mechanlcs and mechanrcal drawrnf are offered Another lnstruc tor wlll be added next year to this department The street running between the two mam bulldlnffs has been closed to auto traffic Students look forward to the entire removal of thrs street The radxo system whrch has many purposes and pOSSlbllltlCS has been added and lnstalled ln the hugh schools By nts use announcements programs and outslde radio programs can be broadcasted to any room or any number of rooms when deslrable rlhe system also Gives telephone servlce from any room to any other room A popular development has been the broadcasting of forum dlscusslons and programs by varlous classes A picture machme under the supervlslon of the visual educatlon depart ment brings plctures for noon tlme entertainment or for class room or assembly use at a cost of film transportatron A new Garage wrth repaxr shop for housing and reparrmg the schools mne buses was built durmx, the past year 'l he bus service IS being enlarged servlng not only regular day students of the grade and hugh school but carry mg normal school students of the dlstrlct and offermg trlp servxce for school functlons All these achievements show not only progress ln material thlngs but a progressive community splrlt 11 . s y ,, l l E . 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VIIIIII I' 42 'II--- V4 I',lI I, I:Iir'.If JI, I, 2.1, 'I'I'.rfII I 1iI-I- 1'IIIII I rIIr:r':rIx I. junior Class The Junior Class with a superior set of officers and advisors started the year out right by successfully staging the traditional Thanksviving assembly Following true to form during the remainder of the year they royally enter tamed the Seniors and lucky Sophomores at the unior Prom the theme being The Hit Parade With due respect to the Seniors we can boastfully say that the uniors were largely responsible for a great number of the indispensible athletes handsome and otherwise Also we can fairly say we had a share in the other activities of the year being prominent in debate dramatics and dent Roy Wahle treasurer Eugene Magers and secretary Mary Bowman The advisors were Miss Bemis and Mr Seibel Here s to you uniors and we hope you keep up your fine start Outstanding in athletics were Football players Kelleher Carr Marx Hughes Bernier Deasy and Smithson Basketball stars Carr and Deasy and Kelleher who was named for the All State team Track Fields Magers Hartman Wilson Kelleher and Smith son Tennis Breedlove D Northcutt Butterfield ean Schrlener Wilson Chartrand E Colwell and Dixon ln the field of music we have Margaret Dexter and Shirley Tucker of Triple Trio and Barbara Fischer flute soloist 32 Q x W l ' nn Q . n i I1 - H xl u . , . 5 music. The officers for 1937-38 were: President, Philip Walkerg vice-presi- l 5 351 A3 40 .. ywpv "Y JUNIOR CL XSS OFFIC FRS XND Ii XC UL1 X XDVISORS Phlllp Walker Eugene Ma er Mary Ollve Bowman MISS Qlalre Bemlb Mr A Seibel I ICC Preeldent Presldent Treasurer Xdvlsor Advlsor 1, J " , .J , 'S' ' f, F 1 - A , ... , ff . 1 - , k U 4 if ,ff 2 fx f fy f .' T Q 'z g S -YVWV V. - . Roy Wahle , ,.,, ,.,,,. ,.,,,.....,,.,,,,,.....,, ..r, ,,,,..,, S e c r etary . -. ' ,,,,,.,,..YYr,.,....,,,.,..,,....,,,,...,.,,,...,,,...,. ' 11 1 .3 George Alder Virginia Beck Ray Breedlove Leone Cameron Jack Catlin Edith Colwell 3 3 il Q 41 t sv 47 'Os A-5- W'1rren Allen Marjorie Becker Rowena Brotherton Betty Camozzy Florence Champie Robert Creed -9 '70 Ernest Altice John Bernier Barton Brown Rosan Carey Everett Chandler Virginia Croteau Jack Anderson Lillian Betassa Merle Bruce Nadine Cargo Marie Chartrand Rex Deasy ,K I fx. vtetfvl ur- -S' N -.1 Richard Anderson Harriet Bilbie Robert Burns Cortland Carmody Bonnie Barrett Mary Bowman Bob Butterfield Charles Carr Glenn Richard Christ- tensen CSeniorJ Barbara DeGrave Cobain Edna Culp 1909 'Z' 3 1 Margnret Dexter Merrill H11gen Allce Hicks Leslie K1y CoIem'm Ledbetter Eugene M1rx 'Q E.-1 Kathryn Dnxon Dorothy Hegel Halrlet Houge Loss Kiynor Normwn Lewls Louis M1lx .3 ' 1. I Ni Florence Erskln Kueth H1nd Joe Hughes J1ck Kelleher Uldeen Llvmgstone Kenneth M wthews .4 noi -nf Q., ""P1'n "7 B Fnelds Ted Hanks Alice Hultgren Erma Klamphen Eugene Magers Joyce Mattson l Barb1ra Fnschev Howard H'utm'm Gertrude Hutchens Rose Lambel t Fl ancls Mrutm Homce McCracken T ' 9 1-'4- Peggy Gustafson Lau: IE Harvey Betty Johnson Arthur Lambson Jan1es Martin Ralph McEwen . r 2 C ap 0, -4 1 -' ' J, J I 1 7 K I W1 - fl A I ' .- , . X- V A . M - .49 Q .Q stasis 1 1 5 1 I . 2 ' , Y -7 ' 'A -vt H 2 .' I JP .ay I .A ' A J if ,Y l 7 E iz. ' A A 'A 1 V2 ' N 3 Q -I 1 Y? Q g 1 v I' - i, if I Q . . k . U I, r l . , ' ' ,, 9. f I . A -1 , J , , y 'fi f 'A h X I ' a A 'AH ' A . A r ,I 1? 1 , A I 1 V.. W s , , AQ 1 A I A or 5 .v X. 1 -4 -V' al. -:. X V sy "X 4 Aa . 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' , '- J 'e ' ' Tom McGranah'1n Edw'rrd Neher George Plun kett lSenrorJ LeV1re Scrrvrns Marjorre Schroeder Nona Snell Byrl McNerl Florence Nrchols Alma Powell Ellen Seaton Betty Shelly Drck Sorenson 48 Helen M rcheils Belt Nyg11rd M 'rr rlyn Qurgley Berclle Schnobel Ivan Shelton Earl Stallrngs Wilter M Ines lSenrc r J wok O Conner Dorothy Fiinkrn M'rry Schnebly Ruth Skrffrnqton Cleta Strtzel l June Moor Betty Pwutzke Mirjory Rwzey Frinklrn Schnebly Mwc Smrth LOIFI Stoner Betty Mortlnrer Donwld Pester Vrrgrnn Rrchburg Jein Schrerner John Snrrthson Lola Stoner A-1 Estnlllne John Suess M1rlon Tucker Suver Gladyes Valgardsen Allce Webley Leonard Alsop Howard Bates Thomas Bennett John Edwards Harold Galey Rayford Glbb John Graaff Ralph Halstead Howard Hncks Elmer Hinkle Everett Hoveland Kenneth Johnson John Jones Clarence Jorgensen -qs Robert Svendson Shnley Tucker Francis Wilson -3 Gnlda Taylor Roy Wahle Marne Wllson CAMERA SHY Arthur La Velle Milton Lynn Fred Marsh Jack Marx Danny Henry Ray O Harold Robert Robert Ernest Northcutt Oechsner len Omoth Omoth Patrick Reed J1ck Reed Bill Shelton Bob Sweet Bud Wescott Q .41 Betty Thomas P llllp W1lkel Norman Wilson Alnce Bennett Buyl Bennett J rule Bibb e Hwzel Conway Loss V Erickson Genevi Gumm Loss Hogdby Holly Johnson J1nlece Matthews Adela Mlllild Beulw Mitchell Ada Owen Re V1e Smith i Duck True George Walters Chrence Wiechman 37 So homore Class Hrstory bomeone left the east door of ye ole E H 5 gaping entlclngly and ln tramped almost two hundred bophomores plus fresh rdf-as on how to get along ln this much heard of benlor Hlvh They made a clrqulnv contrlbutlon to the school when they lntroduced and sold blue and whlte megaphones at the begmmn of the football season This not so green bunch of new comers were not the least of the teachers worries but thev dnd show excellent ablllty cooperatlon and orlglnallty l the flrst Sophomore demonstration of exuberance these tr lts were pointed out dlstlnctly at the success of a dance ln X SWISS Qhale Here upper class men were entertamed by a couple of local SWISS lllllblllxes Pattlllo and Klnney and fed cheese and crackers Qnly the beer was lacking lhe murals proved somewhat embarrasslng, to teachers as thev had candxd shots of them In snow drlft wlth only skns protrudm It s the truth that hurts X vnew of artrstlc talents weaves thru the 1938 flrst year class t'1leen Plllmgs and Shlrley Hand wlth pen and mk tossed off many deslgns for pro grams advertisements and other mcldentals N 1v1an Wells exhibited Journal lstlc ablllty when she won first prlze ln the Underwriters lnsurance C ontest They shall have musxc wherex er they go wlth such young artlsts as Freda Olseary Betty lxmney Kathleen lVl1ller Betty Kelso Rose Manners lrma Mason and Fred lVlart1n The latter took the male lead IH the operetta Chonlta We fxnd outstandlneg sophomores ln the fleld of sports Fxrst of all they produced erry lVlcCumber for a yell leader then a football prodigy Fddle Plllmgs basketball star Bruce btrckney track star Bob Bender as well as a top honor baseball nxne lhe class closed lts actlvltles for the year vnlth a lxlCIl1OI'Idl Day Assembly ln which they endeavored to show the reasons for lVlemorlal Day lVl1ss lVlar aret AddlSOH and lVlr Paul Nelson gulded the class of 40 thru a full first year of bllss and fun ln the Senlor l-llvh lnhey were aided by Presldent Duck Dunnlnvton XXICC President erry lVlcCumber Secretary Bettie Fletcher and Treasurer Don Howard .id , 0 1' 9 ' , r v ' s . , . ,. . . . . ,I , V ' .' , I .'.' 7 7 . . w . . x l . ' - - 5 . T, . . , ,, . L Q 5 . . . . Y , L ' . I1 , F , A.. , .' , . i Y W D L e I CY 5. . .S v - x k ' - ' I , ' '. V lu E- . J . r , .- .. N. - K, , . ' 3, , ,, . - J ,. and 1 "7 SOPHOIVIORE CLASS OFFICERS AND FACULTY ADVISORS Rlchard Dunnln ton Presldent erry Mccumber Vnce Pre ldent Don Howard Treagurer Mxss Mar aret Addlson Advlsor Mr Paul Nelson XdVlbOY ' - SJ' tx Q , gx N. 5 , , ' zfw. . '- x ,- , 4'- a 'L J , , , ,,,...,..,,,AA,,,,,.,. , , ' r S' Betty Fletcher ,,,,,,,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,.,.,,.t,,.,, ,,,,,,,, t,.....,.. S e cretary CLASS OF 40 Bob Bender Calvin Bradbury L G Carmody Norman Baker Bob Carpenter Richard Bruce Betty Cady Suzanne Buchanan Joseph Camarata Charles Ander son Loyd Berry Vlrgmla Barnhart Mary Barns Carroll Burrage Barbara Blum enauer Betty Baker Lucllle Bur on Raymond Ellls George Charlton Edwln Cornwall Bernerd D Grave Bob Ellsworth Wlllard Cuuse Leanord Deranleau Richard Dun nlngton Helen Deaton Evelyn Eckert Mlldred Emerson Mary Collett La Verne Dollman Thorns Evens Erma Chesmore Dorothy Chase Majorle Chamber lam Elsie Cobain Bonnle Cramer Don Howard James Farrell Bobby Hodges Robert Grove Betty Frlend Martha Hull Helen Grove Anna Louise Forman L cllle Hlcks Florence Gaebel Doris Hlcken bottom Bernadlne Harrell Betty Fletcher Shirley Hand Frances Goodrich Eleanor Green Gilbert Jackson Kenneth Lowe, James Kelly Beckwith Hubbell Sture Larsson Howard Krnkade John Lambson Roy Howard Jac qullne Jones June Lenz Leatrlce Kinney James Lupscy Lucille Hunt Pearl Lambson Betty Ksnney Marlon Keene Lols Hodg son Phyllus Hunt Bernice Kung Ruth Lehr Roberta Leslie Helen Kay Betty Kelso V r ' V ' - . , , . , , l K ' , . . .. I Y , . 1 I ' t . . V' ' , . e . . ' . . V . , , . . Y , . Margaret Cramer. , . ' v I I r 1 .n , u- , . . . , . , . , . . , . . . , . . Y v 1 ' , . A. - I r q--I ...xs ul qu-ul Ns Q9 " Sf l 1--p 4.-u ,,,,.,..-.- CLASS OF 40 Francls Magers George Mathews Duane Meek Bob Martin John Mathews Lester Mehr Jerry McCumber B Minton Robert McKee Eleanor Mltchell Lyda Lundgren Fred Martln Fred Samuel Martln Frances Lunstrum Isabel Mark h1m Irma Mason Rose Manners Josephine Metcalf Laura Molsee Ray Plnney Bob Pautzke Jack Northcutt Mary Louise Pattlllo Warren Nlckals James Olson Eddle Plllmgs Pearl Montjoy Mary Pott Harold Owen Helen Peterson Eileen Pllllngs Ellzabeth Parsel Phyllis Nelson Jack Palmer M1ry Alice Phelps Frances Post Freda O Leary Leah Olsen Violet Okland Majorue Ota Vlrglnua Piulson Bull Robertson Francis Ralson Edward Sleh Louns Scholl Russell Sherman Charles Robbins Walter Rappuhn Marvin Rlkansrud Gale Rutter Beck Shelton Dana Seibel Lonnie Rasmussen Jnmmle Ross Mary Robertson Clark Robbins Mildred Short Zlta Powell James Rlcheson John Webb Dorse Schnebly Ker wln Thompson Orval Townsend Harvey Vaughan Richard Smith Marjore Upton Eduth Short Jean Thompson Mary Staup Joan Tyler Orpha Wlllls Norma June Wilson Kathryn Slmons Vlvlan Wells Ednell Snell Wunnlfred Taylor Stan Sorenson Edna May Schneb ly Bruce Stlckney Gertrude Sklf flngton Gerald Stougard Helen Stewart wr' me : I . 5 sl . ' nu ' , 4 , .L I 1 ' . H . ' M , in .' , X v V A 4 , ' , I sv . . , v. 1. 4 1 L Q W1 b 1 - . 5 l l I ,al ' . ' V ' ' 1 .. , i as .f ll Al-L ' YQ .psi .-A-f - za:--,T -- J . S A . 9 r :. ' ' . ' , . ... '- ff . . F' 2' A l ' -T 153 'Y ' ' ' ' YV 1, . u - , A ., ' an ' ' 1 'I i ' 'A :A . . ' . ' ..... I ' I ' Q -- ' -r ' ' . .' ' A- 4 1 h '-, ' 'V . . 'Y ' .qi xr ' ' -Q .' ' Y ' n I 4 1 in I ir! I X xl ' , E'-1 41 0 ln Nlemomalm I ulcr llc hr and C111 ion llforcl 'llunorzuf f am lr sul xtcci Stu Gills uc ual: ilu wage I0 Alfmcl LP tu dIlClQlllllOl1 sem lmonoxccl Illlmllil ol the 5 Cmoxc Qld 611 omff fl the lncalt 0 all who knw them ultlm cleepf al Uuef Q l X 1 l l , 131- r A 1 ' 1 .2 AJ In A " x I D h': Tlx' .A Xs: 1 "z " Q cl Q l- l" - SA - the sacrc-cl Nlvrnory of Lester lVlvl1r aucl Clinton H' 'v X "s Q sogli "ass, TlH1"g'n 'lls ' A 's f Y ' 5 Y Y- xi bl- , . -1 L.. if ' Sr' '4 I l o n Curry M. Mills, Evere +- Balye1t Muriel Hogue Bill Bunger. I .psf as gg ...J DS I oo B Bunger Darold Ranger it Everett Balyeat Don Schaake Jack Maynard Don Duncan Charl cla Mason Margaret Kluck Wayne Johnson Victor Boulllon Vlrglnla Baker Elsie Solberg Lura Mitchell Dorothy Evans Patrlcla Stevens Keath Hohenshelt Doug las Alford -ng as QD Janet Lowe Vernon Stokes Alice Byas Ray Charnple Evelyn Mat as Il ,- N1 JUNIOR HIGH COUNCIL A S B Off-ICQIS ale home loom lepxeien tatlx ee vsho make up the JLUIIOI Hlgh Student COLIDC11 Chlef goxemmg bodx of the school Thls teal s COLIIICII has not been as actlwe as uauallx but the same bettexment DIOQIHIHS VKCIE ca111ed out mostly tlnough the offlce and Ml Jeas M1115 the RCIVISOI hews Vlrglnla Tallman PBYFICIH Sterling Carmen Kreldel Patrlcla Stevens Dorothy Evans Eleanor Bleren Glenn Stokes Harriet Nancy Robertson Kathleen Peter son fvnss Margaret Addison JR HIGH ASSOCIATED STUDFNTTS BODY OH-ICERS The A S B Off1C6lS lIhlCh lncluded Pres Exerett Balweat VICE presldent B111 Bunger Secxetan Dorothx Rlchardson Yell Leader Mul 1e1 Hogue and Chxef Trafflc Offlcer John Cuux worked xuth and helped the Student Councll HONOR SOCIETY W1th DOIOUIX Rxchaxdleon as D19Sldf311t and M155 Ma1 gaxet ACICIISOII HCIXISOI the Honol SOCIEIX though small 111 numbex hai made ltaelf vxell knovsn tlnough the managlng of 'ill J1 H1 awemblzes of xxlnch the CIIIISIIIIZIS plogxam was conslclex ed the best, 43 I ar xv lf le 1 X' 4, .1 h . r tt ... be . , .1 4, v P ., A I - ' ' an . . I , - . - , ' . 1 ess. I . - ' - 2 -we " ' 'Q .' ' , ' Ll sl Y ' I . 1 1 ' 1,-A 'r .- " -1' . 6 Q- ' ', ,M 5' . fa, , ' A N , M. i I i l I . 1 3 I l Q.- ' ' . - r A - ' - 1. 1-. ' I h 1 1 I ,K ' ' Q . , Dorsey, Janet Caltin, Frances Ota. .hi ,, ' . ' .. O 4 g . 6 . - -- in S Q . fm, K i. I. nt l I' v . Q-I.: I ' ' v .- CLASS OF 41 Bully Bennett Louls Bongorm Everett Balyeat Juanlta Borgman Kenneth Brlggh Leland Bull L D Allen Dean Alden Rosemury Bunger Dora Brehm Beverly Ball Alice Byas M'lry Baldasare Martha Anderson Elea ner Bleren B1rbara Brown Dor othy Ball Lee Davenport Charles Carter Carlos Dlllon John Curry Jack Davis R'1y Chample Jack Driver Donald Duncan Har rlet Dorsey Verna Drake Betty J Chample Clovls Chartrand Bob Cooke Phyllis Ettles Leah Colwell Mar garet Charlton Ruth Colwell Janet Catlin Dorothy Evans Henry Gibson Ray Hanson Albert Hlnkle Jlmmy Holt Claude Haw kms John Hawthorne Bob Horn beck Lynn Gibb Johnny Garvey Jack Gordan Jack Ford Wanetta Hayes Murlel Hogue Roy Hnnkle Glenn Good rlch Bob Grlmm Barbara German Dorothy Huss Ayleen Erickson Thelma Holland Eva Mae Faust Mlldred Graaff Wallace Llpscy George Kung Phllllp Kern Jack Kern Russell Kennlson Wayne Johnson Lynn Larimer Lorraine Lltterer Allce Lentz Glendon Lance Fudge Johnson Lucnlle Jensen Isabelle Jensen Betty Love Carmen Krexdel Vera Jacobsen Alice Jensen Janet Lowe . . . 1 , . 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A v v I ' Lester Hoadley, Gene Henderson. v 1 ' , . , . . . . , . . . . , . . . . - . . . pun- --wl-I -thing --uq 4 as Qi: 3 6 -ll- fin ,- 3- CLASS OF 41 Blll Nunley Jack Maynard Wally Munnlelly Leonard Mathews Louls Nnchols Delbert Mltchell Wayne Mathers Buddy Mason Fred McDow Jerome Mundy Johnny Massouras Beatrlce Mitchell Katherine Mar shall Bob Neher Vlrgll Newman Evelyn Mathews Bernlce Marshall Dora McCullough Mary Marx Doris Mead Lura Mitchell Betty Lee Newby Jack Tramor Charles Wllson Wal ter Wllson Bob Wnlluams Harmon Wilson Bob Thomas Max Tyler Frank Turner Bully Wrlson Jim Berrett Franklyn Vlnlng Marne Th1yer Mildred Walters Wmmfred Webster Fred Vmlng Bob Wines Mary Townsend Clara Tantlmger Lols Taylor Jacalyn Thurman Marilyn Vernon Lorraine Wick enberg Joyce Zlnk Donald Stoner Roland Schultz Don Srhiake Elmer Stampfley Jsm Sorenson Don Spurllng Cleon Smuth Mora Mae Smlth Addie Spurllng Marilyn Strelchan Patricia Stevens Mary Sorenson John Pooler Bob Putnam Tom Pattlllo Francis Reed Darold Ringer Wayne Rice James Patas Wayne Pennington Warren Ort man Dean Ross Jam Oechsner Paul Ross Elsie Peterson Mary Passmore Esther Peterson Phyllls Qulgley June Pomeroy Dorothy Pester Vnrglnla Rodner Helen Rodman Leona Mae Patterson Vlolet Ras mussen Irus Penmngton Marne Rue Alice Quncksall 45 CLASS OF 42 D"lVld B1ker Fred Barrett Ralph Conway Harvey Anderson Darrell Borg Melvnn Brown Victor Boull lon Lloyd Cargo Junlur Bessessen Cleo Colson Peggy Allen M1xlne Carpenter Marjorie Erickson Twlla Curry Mary Schell Audre Baker Eleanor Chandler Sammy Bach George Taylor Wlllle Clemans Bunger Stanley Mehr J1ck Bolce Joy Nygaard Ruth Coleman Maxune Bolce Bea Corrlnne Farrell Coyleen Allen Phyllis Dlllon Frances Colwell Donald Helfer Eugene Rlnger Donald Doak Betty Fuller Buster Carlette Mary Muller Danny Mul ler Eugene Faust Fr1nk Lindsay Beth Hanneman Mary Hooper Jane Henderson Mary H ll B bara Howard Kathryn Kaynor Ruth Ann Fuller Leo DeWolf Fred Gage Robert Folsom Jean Goettge Oscar Der anleau Sammy Allard Duane Gordon Ethel Halstad Lols Heidelberg Dorothy Gramm Pearl Fields Peggy Sackett Glorla Kinney, lla Evans 1 I I u C v . Bvilll , ' trice. Stewart. Saleta Campbell, . I . , I. ar- . . . ' ' I . Y V . . vo 1. it 4+ CLASS OF 42 rl Hiylor Joel W1lker Dorrs Zrrrk Thornis Monocellr Ray Starndley Fred Wrllrs Dorsey Schnebly Rose Hogan James Robertson Vrctor Monocellr Floyd Woodrwrss Esther Bruton Enrd Sherman Mary Stone Lourse Weaver Mar porre Patterson June Wrllrams Harry Kukes Bert Nuckles Roy orgenson Frank Omstead Ford Hoke Fred Jorgenson Lrllran Plo howertz Jean Plunkett Earl Klampher Be ty Nelson Maxrne Noyes Ardwth Anderson Nancy Robert sor Doreen Rrce Vernon Stokes Truman Wynegar John Erlrnq Rilph Charlton Mau 1 e Youn P'1t Burke Elizabeth Thompson Essne Mathews Pearl Wrlkrns Mar garet Kluck Vrrgrnra Tallman Bob Thompson Piul Mrllard Rosernirre Schultz Mwrgre Vendewall Gertrude Non nenmacker Vernrta Markham Vrrgrnri W lson Don Vretzke SEVENTH GRADE GROUP Don Webb Nornnn Dobson Lowell McErrtyre Brlly Sa ey Rodney Van Allen Don Schaefer Marjorie Uebelman Pwtrrcra Sterlrng Marjorre Garth Vernon Utz Esther Tanltrnger Dorothy Rue Mrldred Truhlrcka Altha Sreh Elsre Salberg 47 CLASS OF 43 Lloyd Borden Janrce Baker Fred Zrnk Zella Cornwall James Car nrody Mrldred Collmar Lawrence Buck Jean Chrlstre Clark H1nson C1rl C1rn1r1t1 Ju1nlta Bunger rgrnr'r Crln Vlrglnra Baker Glennw Busby M1ry Dunning Duck Clvrndler Herbert Barkuloo Archre Andre ot: Lwura Busk Laren B1res Phyllrs B1rnett Joe Andreottl Lorrirne Bwrnwrd Bob Bade Don wld Bean Douglas Alford Artha Allen Utana B'rrrett Dorothy Borgman Maxine Childs Bessre Borden Mary Bu chanin Kenneth Barrett Rollo Clark Alvm Koester Herbert Hjelm George Engelbrrtzen Bully Frrchette Duane Harvey Bob Erllng Helen Evans Myrtle Fields Betty Jackson Josephine Evans Jnmnry Edwards M1rrlyn Fulton Alrce Rrkansrud Myrtle Hedeen Lucrlle Gay Dor othy Hall Marjorre Hawthorne Joe Hanks Harry Jackson Junror reen June El ot Bob Dixon, Eva Van Vactor Marvrn Wyatt Tr'1cey Kung Ben Hrcks Rrchard Corey Wrlda Hall Mary Jane Harrrs Lean Jensen Marjorre Jensen Evelyn Pennrngton Mary Jergens Bobby Duncan 1 ii -r S . 1' 1 :'c 1, 1 I . 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H ' , ' . h . r . r CLASS OF 43 E en Patt Ruby Knng R1lph Lunstrum Norma Reed Lella Marshall Glenn Lewls Chavlcra Mason Joel Lunstrum Joyce M1rtlnd'1le Pat Wells Mar Vln McCracken Walter Phllps G-:Ie Powell Marjorie Llehr Jean Omstead Juanita Olsen Venlta Mason Jo Mlnnlelly Alfred Kukes EIGHTH GRADE GROUP Howard Rwpp Bully Lambert Bully Perry Stanley Palmer Jack Smlth W1rren Nelson Kathleen Peterson Lucille McElfresh Keith Hohen shelt Patterson Mary McClure Frances Pattnllo Frances Ota Martln Lund George Mattson Wal ter Mathers Keith Lowe Harold O Donohue Lawrence Baker La Reita Camp be Pearl Rasmussen Mason Pless Jimmy Pirker Viola M'1rshall Pauline Marsh Juanltw Olseh Betty Prcken Faye Smith Doris Reed Jay Viughn Glenn Stokes Charles Scott Teddy Wrlght John Turner Robert Upton Buddy Taylor Sherlly Semmes Berle Stevenson lrva Cady June Watterson cnlle Wlnes Mary Robbnns Fran ces Williams Thea Reasoner 49 ld I , ' . - Q 1 I A I I 1 v . . , . E. - , . ' . y ' ' , I I I v V A 1 C up 4 - Marget Nicol, June Lance, Alma , . ll. . Q v C . V I C- v ' w I V V . . . . ' . ' Lu- u J ' . . ACt1V1T1SS Q 9 O Klahialnu-Progress Edition, 19355 . .5- if, GQQ, ,bk . 1' nr "'f' qt- ,,, lx. V 'T' db 36- L.: 9? 1 qo- zap Glenn Warne: Rex Deasy Jack Kelleher Mr Brown Joe Hughes Louise Nocchu Helen Michaels Lola Mitchell Miss Hamilton Alpha Allen SENIOR HIGH BOYS LEAGUE Headed by Glenn Warner p1es1dent Jack Kallcher ylceplesldent Rex Deasy treas urel and Joe Hughes secretary tlns year s Box s Club had the most successful ye'u ln the history of the school Mx BIOXKII H1gh School Prlnclpal xx as the SUDQIYISOI of the club At the fnst meetmg of the year rt xx as decldcd to haxe some of the boys from the club patrol all athletic contests Manx boys yolunteered and a perfect Job xx as done 1n keepmg all fence clrmbers from seexng the contests the annual supremacy contests held betxx een the SCIIIOIS and JUIHOIS James Earl Ladd evangellst xxas the 0LltSl3IlCllllg, speaker ht nd duxrng the year GIRLS LEAGUE Members of four dlY1Sl0I1S of Gnls League athletlc drama home economxcs and servlce are commced that E H S xuthout G11 ls League would be E H S xxlthout ban quets teas partles programs dances and all the soclal act1v tles that flayox our everyday school lrfe The grrls are dlrected 111 these actrutxes by the offlcers of the mam body of Grrls League and the offlcers of the four separate dlXlSl0I1S under the gmdance of thelr advlsors The officers are as follows Grrls League presrdent Alpha Allen vlce presxdent Helen Mlchaels secretary Lola Mltchell treasurer Loulse Noccln and advlsor Mlss Florence Hamllton Athletlc Club presldent Lo1s Hodgson advlsor M1s Gladyes Baker Drama Club president Loulse Nocchl adylsor Mrs Ferne Hoff Home Economrcs presldent Gertrude Hutchens advlsor Mlss Claxre Bemrs and Servlce Club DI8S1d9I1f, Helen Camozzy advxsor Mlss Florence Hamllton 62 ' v K i K K-.--3 . y ,Nr .1 P 1 V V 21 Q K5 X 51 gr cz.- y Q' The Boy's Club also sponsored the Kittyball games which were held in the Spring, and lg .l 4" 1 'D Ray Str'mge Helen Camozzy Louise Nocchl Cecll Stokes Mr Brown ASSOCIATED STUDEN FS Ray btrani e popular athlete scholar and soclallte was elected student body presldent ln the sprlng of I937 I-le capably preslded over student affalrs wlth the asslstance of has council vlce president Louxse Nocchl sec HHYVCQ X 3llQl'1Eil'1 Hnd ZidNlSOI' milf BYOWII Usmg the proceeds of the student pass sale the assoclatlon sponsored all sport debate and speaklnv contests ln the sprung the hlvhly controverslal subject of amendments to allow band and F l' A awards was lntroduced at a speclal A S B meetlng and for the first tlme ln years an lI1lClllf'Cl'lt non emotlonal drscusslon was held wxth the result that the amendments were passed ln contrast to such dlscus srons of prexlous years thls meetmg showed the new PYOQICSSIVC thmlung broad mlndedness ln our students It IS qulte Generally accepted that student affaxrs have never been run so smoothly as IU the season of 1937 38 53 di K la ,3 n 4 4 ,Y l Q 5: 'U +453 fl - retary, Helen Camozzyg treasurer, Cecile Stokes: Sophomore representative, , J . 'WV' My W 3 f School Plwy Mmlc Jumor Hugh Phy Little Men ChOl1It'l ODEIEU1 Senxor Piay Y LII Uncle Dudl y More Chonnt1 DRAMA Munch the fust C112lI1l'lI1C DIOCIUCLIOH of the X631 DIOXKG to be not too palamble to the Ilstos of Il111101 and svmox lugh studvnm pltlx bE'C'lllNf of 11s baslc theme the 01111 pmblrm I 1 11 1 1 11141 1 1 tl momv of a mx xoung, Louplm ind pmtlx bnmuse of 1ts xblupl 11t1u1 CIISZIIJIJOIHIIIIQ., Imxxh F11 11 x ltwmli pxesvnted bx an all lugh School cflst dnegted bx Ml NOIIHRII Homll xx is III excellent SPIISIUXC polllaxal 01 bdutx and dvspan hope and d1S1HUS1OI1lI1Cl1I The Glcim Mmxck the fflthex 11111K was plaxeci bx Chuck Rmdall xx L11 Ph111p VV11ke1 111s N011 xouug VIIIIILK Young MIIIICKS Ioxclx Nuff Nmtuo was Bettv MOIIIIIIQI 1111 txxo gm xouug, fxnnds Mu M1111 Dlamond VQIIYI Jacobson and Mn I11 Coxu P1g,g,x Gustafson Tllfxll IHINIJIIIGN A1 DIIIDOIICI 'Ind J1111 C0111 IQ plu 1 bx Jmxx McCumber and Gzunh Moonex Nettles fellow club Il19IUbElS xxele MISS Stack Elleen Plullll-1,5 MISS CI'1CkfP11XX'11C1 BettX Colxull Mu Sm'111 udge Bettx Thomas and Mxs Lxppmcott Maxx Collett Maxx Bfuncs find Fdllh Robmtsou M010 Lhe 1110 SOIXPIINS Mzmck was followed bx LOUISE NIM Alcotns dellghtiul atom book L1 th Me I1 md .mi pxoclucfd bx Last of JL111101 1-hgh school Students Malch 4 1938 uudm 1111 Skllxllll d119Cl1OI1 of MNH Blfmchc Nflllll The SIOIX IS lvtolci bk John 4Ex01PtL B'11Xe'1U Lo 1115 bud? rB9ttX Loxrr fox whom 110 kms pulchased Plumfuld Lhm old New England home foxmexlx oxxnvd Dx Plofs S801 and Mls Bham 1P1ul Hmkx 'incl D01 .1 Bllhllll md 1181 cl IN 1 xclmol fox boss The othex palms III thu comcdx of mx stem and 10m mcc unc Lxkmn hx Bubax 1 I'IOXK'lICi 'Imam Chmcilcl Franklyn Vmmg B111x Lambut Edvxald MLAIthUl HPIDEIL Baxlxuloo and Juamti Olson To f1Il1S1'1 the dxamauc season ths SGDIOI Class plax Yom Uncle Ducilfx left umxone fulmg, ufushed Uncle Dudlu DIXOII lux Shfllll tongued vldexlx Mothex Mu DIXOII his schcmmg UIISLIUIJIIIOIIS swim Mis ChlllCh new 111 oxciu Chuck Rmciall Veml Jacobsen and V111 Cmci 1g,m M s Chuxchx mo clulclun Etlulme '1 Challlllflg gul xxlth '1 loxrlx XOIKI and Cx11I a spolled teen 5 c D111 une p xc b T011 M11111111 md G11 Mooney Loulse Nocchx was sweet and loxelx 111 the dlfflcult pall ot Dudlex s DZIIIISII sxwethc ut Cluxstmv Ethe Imes good Iookmg sxmpatheuc box f11e-nd Robext who latex Illiilllid hm ww done bx RODCII Petusau , x . 5 f l rack: V, , V ,gi 'W ,V. 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X The Bind at Cle Elum Junior Orchestra More Band at Cle Elum Trrple Trro E H S Pep Band Un case you couldn t telll Boys Quartet and Accompanust Sensor Chorus Junior Chorus Senior Orchestra MUSIC Increasing enthusiasm for music among the students both as auditors and particrpators helped bulld several rerrrrrlvrblx frne musrcal groups in the Junior and senior high schools Though this year was his frrst at Ellensburg the musical director Mr Brigham has succeeded ln bulldlng rnterest along musical l1nes and presenting several excellent numbers for programs plus an operetta Chonrta In the spring of the wear manv of his 1nd1v1dual at both ex ents Among the music groups this wear vaere Senior High Box s Chorus and Girls Chorus which were sometimes combined SGIIIOI' Orchestra E, H S Pep Band Triple T110 Boxs Quartet Junior Orchestra and Junior Chorus Each of these groups performed exceptionally well for assemblies and other programs The opcrctta Chonrta based on the Hungarian melodles of Franz Liszt was a bright colorful tale of gspsy romance The entire high school chorus and orchestra and part of the Junior high orchestra participated 55 students and also some of the groups. entered music festivals at Yakima and Seattle: making rery good showings if Ll Debate Journalrsm F Judging Teams DEBATE That debate rs takrng a place of mcreased rmportance rn school actrwrtres was shown bw the mcreased enrollment of thrs tears class The class consrstrng of 22 students turned out some excellent teams whrch won three out of four scheduled debates and four out of srx debates at the College of Pudget Sound Invrta tronal Tournament Those earnrng letters were Betty Colwell Roy Wahle George Alder Phrllrp Walker Ot talee Grbson and Alpha Allen FUTURE FARMERS The F F A rs a natronal organrzatron w hlCh works rn hrgh schools for the betterment of rts members to do better farmrng of all kmds and also to enjow an organrzed lrfe of recreatron and pleasure Last wear the chapter took a trrp to Yellowstone Natronal Park The F F A has Judgrng teams and sends delegates to Pullman annually Mr Johnson rs advrser wrth Paul Wrllard presrdent Ed Chrrstarn vrce presxdent and Howard Hartman secretarx Franklrn Schnebly treasurer Norman Wrlson reporter B111 Shelton watchdog 56 JOURNAI ISM For frxe years the Journalrsm students have been edrtrng a weeklx Blue and Wlnte sectron rn tht Exenrrrg, Record or the Caprtal Thrs tear the rnstallatron of the modern broadcast enabled them to keep abreast of the newspaper world The Blue ar d Whrte reporters under the dnectron of Ovl en C Wrcks have now added to then actrvrtres the present weekly newspaper of tht an F F A JUDGING TEAMS Exerx rear the Ellrnsburg F F A has Judgrng teams for potatoes apples stock and fat stock Thrs wears stock Judgers placed frrst at Ellens burg nrnth at Pullman and 13th at Portland Members of the fat stock team took lltlr at Spokane The potato team captured frrst rn Ellensburg frfth at Frfe and srxth at Spo kane The apple team won fourth nr the only state contest held at Ellensburg l l A , V X 1 . 2 la - "' - f .- 3 ' Y , , . , -1 4-, W ri N ' . , - , 3 ,. , e ' ' l 1 l 1 , . ...... .. . p ,- .3 I " x, , - 2 ' . . , 5 5 A' K Q15 , F. . A. ' r ' ' .Q D' '..' ..'. ' x ' ' 1 x Q - C ' c ' 'L . K x ' l 1 V . L v 'Q' ' A7 1 ' I . c 1 - ' ' c . -' 'L ' . ing system opened a new' field for' them. It has ' ' c . 'Q ' . v . I I 1 ' Q Q11 Q I . . 'I ' ' 4 D '. v. . ' . . . . T' xx' X 4 -'r Y A .4 .' I h A4 . 1 . K L ' ' sk- ' - . . , . . EDITORIAL STAFF VlfglHla Beck IVIar1e Chartrand B1II1e Lou Schnebly Frances Wllson Betty Booth Vlna Candage AI1ce HlCkS anet Lowe anet Catlln Betty CoIweII Horace IVIcCracken Betty Bowman Iora Stoner Lola Stoner AIpha AIIen ean Schremer Walter Rappuhn Bette IVIort1mer Lols A Erlckson Ecllth CoIweII Loulse Nocchl Barbara Anderson Rose Manners Betty Longmlre BUSINESS STAFF Eugene I-Iunt IVIr Anderson Roy Wahle Rlchard Anderson Bert Nygaard Duane BarkuIoo Howard Grlm ane Chandler Ruth Sklfflngton Leah COI weII Vera acobson PhyII1s u1gIev Carmen Kr1edeI Anna Keene Bessie I-Ianson Louise Nocchl oyce I-Ianneman Ruth Whlttendale Pauline AIcIer Ruth IVIetcaIfe Evelyn IVIeIIerQgaard Bernadean Lerfald IVI1Iton Lynn 57 xqz-3 ' 1 n oo ' Q , -,....!' v ,- - " nv ' , , v , if 1 u I- Q -- - .: as I as ' - U Q' ff- 9 gk J. -D -. ' - 0' 5 , rv 44 lr v v v v , L. . ,I ,I . , Q , 4 v , u I , , . . , v - v v - a -' v u A u v , ,J . , - . ,I . Q ,. , , , . -I , . , 1 L v v - . ..- -u-- Peterson Huqhes Stmnge Kel Iehel Magers Cleman Warner Houston Cooke Haskins Crump Mooney Hiagen Carr bII1IthSOT1 Rogers Gram Thom son Deasy 15111141 ' Hodges How1rd McCumber X, , l Ranson Chwndler Massoums Sorenson Howard Dunnnng ton Stlckney Vaughan Shelton Balyeat Pennington Sorenson Schaake Stokes Rappuhn THE HI Y The H Y Club of the xeason 37 38 hae had a xexx succesaful year 1n DlOX1dlI'1g enter tainment fo1 ite membeis and helpxnf, the community The club 13 compoaed of 18 Cooke SECIGTRIX Mickex Rogeis TIPTSLIIGI Frank C11mp and Sergeant of Arms Glenn Warnei Not only did the H1 Y SDOIISOI an 'annual dance this year and have other functions but 1t put on an Oldei Box S Confeience This IS the first conference ever put on by the Ellenaburg H1 Y and plana ale bemg made fO1 a bigger and better one next year The club s purpose is much bette1 undexstood by 1t.s motto The purpose of the H1 Y IS to create and ma1nta1n and extend thioughout the School and community h1gher standaids of Christmn ch'11acte1 Under the capable adxisoxship of Don Patterson the Jr H1 Y composed of tvaenty D1Ck6d Studenta f1om the Morgan Junior High and the Sophomore class of the Sen1or High met eyeiy Wednesday exening at the Y M C A and carried out an interesting proglam of pfuties campmg txips picnics and work it the Y The officers of the yea1 were Dick Dunnington Bob Hodges Haney Vaughn Bxuce Sticltney Waltel Rappuhn 58 Preaident V1ce Preaident Secretary Tieasurer Sergeant 'lt Arms - a - I l I i 1 7-51 ' , , . 4 , - LJ -, - , Mr. , H . . B ls, . I 5 1 w- f . - 31' J' A , f - I f--- 1 I ' 1 5 I ...- M ..- s 5 . 'M' lf L- , Q 17 . , . . it .ag ' vp 'I . I I A 1 . .E , . 6 , I t . x Y ' ' 9 . ' . -- - -- if -of ' ' ' . ' I - . . - -' - .. . I . ' . ,' ' - A ' ' . ',' ' T 1 , A A '. , l ' . members and the officers are as follows: President. Keith Haskins. Vice President, Chuck -' h I- I I ' 4 1 c '.' , 4 1 .V . 1 An' .C L .L .. .'. .. ' '- 7 y . Y . Y . T ' , . I ' ' U' 4 ' , ., ,, ,, A c ' -4 - .' Mlss Hamllton Lerfald Long -1- mlre Jacobson Hogue Ander son Whltworth Metcalf Meller gaard Rodman Allen Whitten dale Rice Berry Hansen Colwell Thomas Gafford Mitchell Hannem1n Wmlnger' Colwell Wllson Gregory Bowman Al der Camozzy Nocchl Robert son Stokes Miss Roberts Hansen Ander son, Lerfald Metcalf Schnebly Mellergaard Keen Chandler Candage Booth Wilson Hanneman Rod man Whlttendale Michaels Gafford Erlckson Stokes Gregory Harrel Allen Bowman Alder Mitchell cobson Wlnlnger Longmlre Haselwood Colwell Nocchl Berry Rice Camozzy TRIPLE E The numerous actxvltles sponsored bw the Glrls League gne ample opportunltw for all ambltzous glrls to earn the necessars 15 polnts for Trlple E membershlp At the flrst meetmg of the 37 38 school xear Echo Berrx xx as elected presldent of 'IT1ple E Verna Jacobson v1ce presldent and Lola Mltchell secretarx treasurer Under the 1eadersh1p of these off1cers and the superuslon of Mxss Florence Ham11ton advlsor Triple E sponsored two dances a shoe store dance 111 Februarx and ln Aprll the annual Glngham Ball Tolo Fourteen new members were 1n1t1ated ln Februarx and more at the end of the year SENIOR COUNSELORS This group of outstandmg semor girls was organxzed tlus xear bs MISS Bervl Roberts for the purpose of counselmg gxrls who were new to our school These semors endeavored to help our new friends become acqualnted mth the school the students and the facultv In general lt was thelr desu'e to mcrease the frxendlx atmosphere around school and to make the new glrls feel vselcome 111 the student bodx Early ln th year the counselors gawe '1 dlnner 1n honol of the new glrls so that they mlght, further their acquaintances among other nevscomers and meet all the semor counselors 59 . 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' I I 1 Y A ,M , ,Ja- e , . - v v u - , ' Q ,, 7 , . . . 5 is Betty Love Miss Luther Fran es ta Dorothy Exrms Loulse We1ver 'Q' QQ 'Q- sm GIRLS SERVICE CLUB Peterson Citlnn Peterson Hogue Miss Luther Allen Lowe lterel L er F1lre Stevens Evans Dlllon T1IIm1 1 Matthews Howwrd Love Qulgley Brehm Kreldel Vernon Jacobson Byas GIRL S LEACJUL Parents trudvmg back to school f xrls havmf YOllCklh2 Good tlmes the boy s bewlldered at the Ulflg choxce dances these sketch a few Girl s League actlvltles of the year There was the basketball dance several after school dances three Back to School Nlghts a Mother s day tea each room fxllmg Xmas baskets are several of the actlvltles Twenty one mrls attended the r H1 Conference at Wapato and Dorothy Evans presldent Have a talk SERX ICF Cl UB The SCYVICC club of the H S composed of Z3 gurls requlres hlgh standards and quallflcatlons for membership as thelr motto ls fashloned after their name SCYVICC The girls have helped at all tlmes usherlng plannlnff dances giving service to the community and other performances under the dxrectlon of Miss Nyta Luther adxlsor and wlth Presxdent anet Qatlln s help 60 E i . 1 . 2 1 x c O . - , 1 " .... , . X . .nlunlm A-4 1 H ll , , , I . ........ I Q ---- -, N I' -1 -- l . V, Q K. . 1 .E. , 5 if 1 - . K :A L't Flu -, .f ll. c c'. A . f,., O' A- 3 o- . ' , , . + .4 . . - . Y. .7 . . . ' D ' V 5 ' fv L 11 Y .. . ' , H , G , . J Y. . . . ' Y :H Y . L , . . . . . . . f J 5 Rutter Schnebly Miss Buzzettu Rice Anderson Hovehnd Colnwwll Q6 m Refine 7 ,AL 'i-1... RADIO CLUB Under the actlve personal sponsorshlp of Mr Glenn Stewart bllensburf buslness man and amateur radlo operator the radio club was orgamzed to Uwe nts members new ldeas and to solve therr problems concernmg amateur radlo MISS Buzzettl was ln strumental ln startlng the club and remalned the advlsor after lt was able to stand on its own feet Officers were ack Anderson presldent and Gale Rutter secretary treasurer Xltbough the organwa tlon was young the members belxexed It to be profltable u 11 Glenn Stewart 61 ' , 2 fs s e e 1 rf -A .-+ I -Zi 1 .4 'ZXYQS I E ! I ' I , I 5 . . . an ' 9 ' 1 f- .. ,fx -P 7 " 1' A-:' V 1 Ho , I , n r C 3 ' ' I 54 f 'li . 3, . , , Shelton, Miller lg' I ,Q fs 1 g if ' + " .X , xl i s ' 4 ' X nib Y f- -any Y N A , .' , . , T, . .. . v . K . 5. J - . . , - 1 ' - , . gun: s.. Sv' ..fg,., LF- TRI Y Mass Skerry Back H Grove E Grove Lambert Carey Lenz Metcalfe Rodman DeGrave Hodges Bowman Kelso Llvungston Lenz Pott Evans Hanneman Michaels Kaynor Rankin Mitchell Stoner Klampher Colwell Anderson Culp Barrett Taylor Stoner POINT CLUB Wilson Chartrand Tyler Pott Gregory Glbson Mortlmor Jacobson Mass Baker Colwell Mltchell Bowman Mitchell Hogue Candage Carey Bowman Shrlener Z P - - --1 . . . .. " Q. .- -3 Q -+1 :Y 4 1 WY ,, - , r wt 4. - ea , I 'N . - All -. ..- - Ax 4, 0 1 . K , N l -. - -V v. f -. 1 i .lx l ... I I S -q I sf -, -. F1 K , 1 , D Q- ' " 0 iw. , 1 1 v v I - v U I v ' ' I 1 K v 1 v 1 1 I . . . . - . . . . . - . . . . . . . TRI Y lri Y an organization connected with the Girl Reserves of America who belong, to the International Y W C A was organized at the High School this year for the first time Althou h this was the fir t year for the club it IS one of the school s most outstanding., organizations Some of its functions are sponsoring one of the Girls League Assemblies it was the giving of this Assembly that prompted the club to organize and a drill team with Mrs L B Smith a very experienced drill leader in charge The team has been one of the most successful parts of the club It has performed for the different associations of the town and attended the Apple Blossom Festival in Wen atchee to represent Lllensburg The club sent four officers to Vancouver B C to the annual Girl Reserve Mid Winter conference who were very outstanding because of the fact of being the only ones there with complete uniforms the uniforms con sistmx, of the vhite club sweaters dark sklrts and white blouses The club now has 30 members and if the demand is reat enough next fall the club will be enlarged Mis Slcerry the librarian at the hivh school lb adusor of the club with Barbara Anderson president Mary Bowman vice president Irma Klampher secretary Ldirh Colwell treasurer and Helen Michaels scribe During the for the drill team wh h will contmue practice during the summer so that it may make different trips to conventions and celebrations Next fall they will represent the school at athletic events POINT CLUB The girls turning, out for athletics are members of the Athletic Club The Polnt Club is an honorary of the Athletic Club sponsored by Miss Baker The officers are as follows POINJT CLUB Secretary Harriet Hogue President Vina Candage Vice President Verna acobson ATHLETIC CLUB President Lois Hodgson Vice President Mary Moneyman Secretary Marie Chartrand 63 57 T . . . A ., 5 i . i , 'Av A. s ' L, sv ' ' ,' ' . ' V s ' - ' Y k ' B . Y K . . WV . - s' - ' 7 4 1 ' K. -v ' x ' . .' W' . . g . v T Y 1 Y V summer the club has planned a camping trip, and also plans to buy uniforms . Y ic . . . . L . . . Y . . i l Athleucs Klahiam---Progress Edition, 1958 F5 Mr Purnell Mr Koenlg Mr Nelson Mr Applegate Managers Ford Brown and Ross BEHIND THE SCENES ln every field of actlvlty be It lndustry soclal llfe or athletics there are numerous lndlvlduals whose efforts make possible success These people form but a cog ln the vast machlne but WlthOUt thelr help thlngs would be an utter fallure excellent coaching of Lannes Purnell3 ln every game although he may merely be paclng the SldCllnCS IS the work of hls coaching Can you feature the track men doing thelr best for Blue and White without the SUPCTVISIOD of Paul Nelson3 Mr Nelson probably ISD t even around when the ribbons are passed out but behind the scenes IS hlS work which made VICIOYV posslble It IS lm possible to feature the Ellensburg Bulldogs at the btate Tournament without the ald of thelr Coach Koenig or thelr asslstant Coach Nelson When we heard of thelr long llne of vlctorles few of us saw these coaches IH the background responsible for thelr success ln the unlor High athletics Mr Applegate has glven hlS best efforts to the 8CtlVltlCS and the teams have had some flne accompllshments Every team owes ltS debt to ltS managers and the Bulldogs are deeply indebted to Wendel Ford E K Brown and lmmy Ross No team could feel glorified lf lt dld not have the backing of the student body For thls encouragement we should be very Grateful to erry Mccumber and Bob Patrick the two Blue and Whlte yell leaders 67 L f 'I' if A g 4 J., Can you imagine a football team bringing victory to E. H. S. without the . - , Q D J 'Hmm 'Nr an A 'WP :D-ff 'N' Ray Strange Jack Marx Joe Hughes 1938 Footb1lI Squad John Bernner Rex Deasy Dck Bacon 8 E' A ii 5 nf 'gl X A 'I . ,.7.. J: 'vgx.'..'L' ' , ,. - P A A - Q V Q , ' ,Qffh --J.. -,,.1 -A 5 ,051 I 1' wr- -fv3Q"4 44 1 K -- . E i' ' ' I if .17 , fn '- 4 - xl ' N .' fgvkifbg, " , , YLS- 1 a kv" l 1 REQ' v vi, LJ N . 1 ir in v x ' V 1 -n' ?- C Q P- L- P 6 , 3 N f'7"v1 I li Jack Kelleher Chuck Carr Mickey Rogers Ellensburg vs Cle Elum Slush Wllbour Houston Glenn Warner Keith Haskms Football Wrnnrng four of the seven scheduled games and scoring 70 pomts to therr opponents 52 the Ellensburg Bulldogs closed a very successful season under the excellent coachrng of Lannes Purnell The Bulldogs opened the grrdrron season on the Wenatchee field agalnst the heavy experrenced Cashmere eleven rn the afternoon of October lst Handrcapped by the absence of Warner full back and freld general along wrth Deasy the locals falled to threaten whrle Cashmere scored rn every quar ter wlnnrng the game 26 to 0 ln the frrst home game the Bulldogs made a frne showmg by defeatrng Sunnyside I9 to 0 The local squad took an early lead scoring twrce rn the frrst quarter The home team was never threatened by the lrght Sunnyslde eleven Playing what local football fans termed the perfect game the bllensburg Bulldogs upset the hrghly touted Cle Elum Warriors on the Rodeo freld The upper county club was favored to wrn by at least two touchdowns but the local eleven took complete charge of the srtuatron and won by a l 3 to 0 score No rndlvrdual player stood out but the entlre squad turned ln the best team work of the season Turnmg to the razzle dazzle type of football the Ellensburg eleven were able to down a s rappy Kennewrck team by a 6 to 0 score on the Kennewick field A short pass from Haagen to Bacon who sprrnted the remarnrng distance to pay drrt was the play that scored for the home team Again the local club mjury Lady Luck deserted Ellensburg on the night of October 29 when the Bulldogs bowed to Wenatchee by a IZ to 7 score A varratlon of the anclent sleeper play only without signals paved the way for Ellensburg s only touch down Local supporters took new hope when late rn the ball game Dick Bacon blocked a pass which ohn Bernler intercepted and raced 90 yards to a touch down only to be called back because of an offsrde penalty against the Bulldogs A couple of new backs Rex Deasy and Eddie Pllllngs sparked the local eleven to a I9 to 6 vrctory over Wapato here on the evenlng of November 5th The entrre lrne led by oe Hughes center functioned perfectly Last came the yearly grudge battle with Cle Elum s Warriors played on a slow slushy freld at Roslyn The sleeper used to score on Wenatchee and to set up the scorrng play against Wapato had only a 50 D0 average that day ln a wlld second perrod the sleeper play clrcked wrth Haskins packrng the ball 52 yards to a touchdown Trred agam rn the frnal mrnutes of the ball game rt not only failed but Frank Mrtchell referee called a declsron on the play that long will be remembered by the local fans Cle Elum scored a safety on a blocked punt near the end of the frrst half and later pushed over the wrn ning pomts When the fmal whrstle blew Cle Elum had avenged the Bulldogs by carrying off a Cle Elum 8 and Ellensburg 6 vrctory 70 Y I - C . . missed the power of Warner, who was kept on the bench because of a knee I V - Dec 4 Ellensburg TTIOID J n Ellensburg Wenatchee Basketball A fast hard flghtmg Bulldog basket ball squad gave Ellensburg Hugh School a thrllllng season ln regular county league play the Dxstrlct Tournament at Yakima and the State Tournament at Seattle Wlnnlng 23 out of 30 games the team won the County Title placed 2nd ln the Dlstrlct and Sth ID the State Asslstant Coach Paul Nelson handled the Bulldogs at the Yaklma Tournament Coach oe lxoemg havmg been stricken with an attack of appen dlcltls that necessitated an operatlon a few days before thls event The quintet dropped thelr flrst game of the tournament at Yaklma t Wapato by a 23 to I4 score then came back to annex second place and wm a berth ln the State Tourney by defeatmg Granger 4l 25 Prosser 36 25 Wapato 25 I2 and Yakima 29 24 At Seattle the Bulldogs lost to Vancouver 33 30 and whlle Vancouver went on to wm the State Champlonshlp the local squad defeated Walla W alla 36 34 Blame 27 23 and West Valley 28 Z4 to place flfth Thr IS the best showing any Bulldogs squad has made smce l932 when Koenlg s hoop sters brought back the State Tltle Taken as a whole the season was very successful for the Bulldogs their fme ShOW1Hg bemg lnsplred no doubt by the fact they lnltxated the flnest basketball floor ln Central Washmgton The new gymnaslum with large playing floor and a seatmg capacity of l 200 drew many fme compliments from VlSltln0' coaches and players SCHEDULE OF 1937 38 SEASON Wapato Ellensburg Ellensbul g Ellensburg Ellensbul g Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensbul g Bothell Selah Yaknna Renton Bothell Yaklma F 4 EllE'I1SbllI g Ellensburg EHGIIQDUI g Ellensbut g Ellensburg Ellensbux g Ellensbur g C3.ShlTlC1'B Cle Elum Wapato Cashmere Wenatchee Cle Elum Easton COUNTY TOURNAMENT ln a wlld game the Ellensburg l-llgh School Bulldogs broke thelr old rlval s Jinx wlth a 28 23 vlctory over the Cle Elum Warrlors lt was the first game ln the County Tournament and ack Kelleher center and Wllbour Houston forward collected slx pomts each to lead the wmners m scoring ln the second night of play ln the County Tournament Ellensburg s Bull dogs came one step nearer to the county tltle wlth a 54 l l victory over the Klttltas Coyotes The shootmg of Rex Deasy forward was the hlghllght of the evening He tossed ln seven fleld goals ln the final quarter ln a beautxful exhl bxtnon of flflllg The cup presented to the wlnner of the Y V l A A Northern DlStIlCt Tournament went to the Ellensburg Bulldogs after they had won an easy battle from Easton by a 26 l l score for their thlrd consecutlve tourney vlctory 71 , . 1 H ' . . . . . 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VV ' X. lb, C .- 1 N. , A 1 ' - P 'L A , A .. , w ' '5 A s h T .X , 4 ' Y- ' A ' ' l 5 , ' ff 'o - i - 1- ' I Q Y Q ' 1 U x ' - umor Hugh Atlhlletlcs FOOTBALL When Coach Maxx Applegate 1SSL19d the call for the Morgan JUIHOI Hlgh football plax ers flftx xoung hopefuls turned out to form a poxxerful JUIIIOI' Hlgh squad Although only plaving tvxo gunes the Tlgexs shoxxed much class 1n xxxnnlng both Then fnst game xx as a hald fought battle vxxth the Tlgexs COII'11I1g out on top bx the score of 13 to 6 over the K1tt1tas freshmen Txxo xx eeks later the K1tt1tas team came to Ellensbuxg fo1 a return game The T1ge1s showed much IIDDIOVPXIICIII, over the pxexlous game and came out v1cto11ous by the scoxe of 19 to 6 B111 Bunger Frank Turner and Darrell Rxngel dld the scoxmg xxhlle the hnemen shoxxed poxxel ln tllllllllg 111 fllli lJCIfOII11"l11C9S both defensnelx and 0ff011Sl1V91Y The follovxlng playexs earned letters Hohenshelt Tramor Becker P Keln Hughes Hansen Nlchols Nuckles Chandler Putnam Turner Balveat Carmodx D Duncan E Duncan Schultz McD0xx Massouxas RIIIQPI Solenson Nunlex Bungex Nvgaaxd C Wllson and De Wolf BASKETBALL Clxmaxlng a faxrly successful basketball season xx h1ch saxx the 'I'1g91b V111 mne of the1r thn teen games the Tlgexs defeated the Toppenlsh Gleenholns 24 to 15 to annex flfth place 111 the Yakxma Vallex TOLIIIIHIIIQIII The season saxx Fllensburg scole 255 D01l1tS agalnst 225 for thelr opponents The Txgexs started sloxx 1os1ng then fllst game to the K1tt1tas Hlgh School second team scores of 28 to 33 35 to 18 and 24 to 18 In the fnst conference game agalnst the Wapato Wolves the T1ge1s barely vxon ln an 01911111119 game by a score of 15 to 13 Latex they defeated Wapato bx 'he 1OIJ?ldPd score of 35 to 9 Exery plaver vxas used 111 thls game and all contubuted about equallx to the scormg The Tlgers lost both of then' games to the vallex champ1ons the Franklxns bx scores of 11 to 38 and 17 to 18 Thex broke even xxlth the Washmgton Colornals xx lnnmg the flrst 21 to 13 and los1ng the second 15 to 24 Johnnx Massouras forxx ard led the T1g9lS ln scoring bx accountm fox 71 pomts He xx as folloxx ed bv B111 Bunger and J1m Caxmodx xx 1th 37 and 33 pomts respectlxelx The team xxas handlcapped bx not haxlng anx lettermen from the 13191101.18 years The fO11OVK1l1g players earned letters Don Schaake Darrell Ringer B111Bunge1 J1m Carmody B111Nun1ey Everett Balyeat Flank Turner Johnnx Massouxas and Vernohg Stokes TRACK The txack team unsuccessfullx defended thexr Vallev tltle loslng to the xxell balanced Franklln Quakers 1n both the el1m1nat1on and Vallex meets In the el1m1nat1on meet Fxanklln nosed out the Tlgers 111 the ffnal exents to 1011 up 88 DO1tS to Ellensbuxg s 771 Bemg hard hxt bx the competltxon of the southern schools ln the Vallex meet the defendlnv Tlgers vxere beaten out bx 23 polnts Frankhn plled up 77 DOIHLQ to Vklll The Txgers shoxxmg thelr gleatest stlength m the B dlvlslon xxele second xxlth 52 Wapato xxas thlrd mth 46 folloxxed by Toppenxsh 291 Washlngton 25 KGIIIIGXKICK 13' and Grandvlexx 9 Boys ln Class A vxho xxon letters xxere Turner Balyeat Chample Bunger Carmodx DeWo1f McEwen Hoadlv and Kenmson Class B letter xxlnners xxele Barrett Massouras Bull Holnbeck Allen McDovx Klampher Burk Oechsner and Nygaald '77 0 o o 1- . V" 4 ,C W ' .k. V I . ' . ' , " ' fa . V 'f -. .' ' ' Y' ' ' , ' . ' .l. .L K, . ,. I ,- - . ,l, - . W KV ' ' K A . . C 11 4 14 t ' . . Y . . .L L. ' - V I - V' I- 1- ' .' I. V L. . ' I I C V V ' - V ' I. -' V ' ' -. V . . ' V ' ' ' .A . V I rl. A ' V AV -.' V AVA - - D - . - . . . . , . ,VV . 1 . . . . . . . ' . V . V ,. V V . ' -i . 1 . P . I I 7 1 1 n C 1' .V . ' . . t . V V' ' V ' . . ' . , ' . . . . ' by a score of 15 to 27, also defeating the same team later in the season three times by ' .K . - , ' I V ' .L K . BV V ' 7 Q . YK V ' . - -V L L I .4 Q V V . ' ' . ,- .' V I '. f . 1 . ' b' A . , 4 .', D' .' ' . , V - . . . ' ' V ' U . ' . . ' - - ' - . 1: I - 'c . 1 1' L' I y . V . l ' Q ' ' ' ' ' 7 ' D " V . yv I ' V - . l .' ' ' ' L .' ' ' ' 1' ' ' V. ' . K " D .. V, . V ' V V V . V ' V 1 7 ' I K ' gx .4-..-.,,g,, L.A- i' Girls Tennis Team Poses-Wilson Chartrand Dixon Schreiner Boys Tennis Team-Northcutt Crimp Breedlove Butterfield Ross Butterfield in Action The Crimp Form Ellensburg vs. Yakima Girls Tenniquoit Volleyball Te1n1 '78 Tenrns Xlthough snow postponed the first turnout the l H 5 tennis teams promising, to be the best ID the hlstory of the school opened their season by defeatln the strong, Selah aggregation Contlnulni, their campalfn for the Valley chanrplonshlp they downed uch teams a Qle l lum Wenatchee Wapato and Yakxma the latter comms, back to defeat them ln a return match Our team IS highly rated for the Y V l A A crown On the boys team Bob Butterfleld Ray Breedloxe Dan Northcutt a k HasBrouck and lm Ross played in that order Frank Crimp played lNo l and 2 slngles untll he was forced off the team by Injury Katherine DIXOD played ln that order Toward the latter part of the season Ottalee Glbson and Fdlth Qolwell vsere added ln the No D and 6 posltlons Girls Athletrcs Lvery Monday and Frlday nu hts after school many Q lrls turn out for athletlcs under the supervlslon of Mlss Baker They frnd much fun and re laxatlon rn the many sports ID which they partlclpate Some of these sports are baseball yolleyball basketball tennlquolt soccer table tennls and tennls The seasons for each of these sports are usually termrnated by a tourna ment between the different teams One of the mam tournaments ls rn basket ball Last wrnter flVC teams battled lt out for the champxonshlp nlhe flnal wlnnlnv team was composed of Edna May Schnebly captain Bette Fletcher Bonnle Barrett lxathryn Keene Marque Chamberlain Betty Friend ean lqhompson and Mary Honeyman 79 Q I x I 1. ,Y Ky I .ls v , D K- I Ks p . g S ky S '17 K . Q i . . yy . K .4 . , ' ' . ' 7 ' , ' , ' , ' , . J' C , J- , , , - ' - Y 1 Un the girls team, Marie Chartrand, jean Schriener, Frances Xxfilson, and T i 9 ' K I I .f-I xv f xv V v e-Z' xx 1 W i ' ' S , ' ' , ' f ' 1 . b . . i - ' ' . U . t x y - K D ,, , . . . , ,... J Features Klahiam--'Progress Edition, 1938 uf 'rw O .mg Y on Q' 'QU Y- 1 K 1 9 .5 1 --' A , . 'E ' 7 -T -.IQ 1 .,, 7 ,. , h .V - -. -M X 1'-I J, Ib A Q L li. , K ,:N.,gx -' X' . 1' -'L ' .. 3 .-uf v-- . .l -ug.. -7" mu an . A Y' c.p-gp' -' Q11 " I. 4,45 "3-s-':'j'f4':zf,, .4-4 K 'A -ax 1 . if ,,2.,..,,., .. ..s.. , . , . - fltfsmziigyxfv Am- . .aQ .1?L"f'H'f Q Qvx Q L12 Pl'lNfXlNL.1 'W ar I.-rx It ill C' 'ke' eu 4-at ff' 5-1 .2 if . -I be Page Rupley Ouens Readung Strollung on the Campus' They Belueve un Sugns Swung It Susters' Theues the Whuttendale Grun Begutuful Blonde and H ld C f Hook lt Up Harruett Mwys 1 Little Old for That Ravlshmg Redhead o ung 1 on erence Have a Bute Bernue Tnree Smart Gurlsq An Apple A Day Shovel on Wheels Read Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR Down Re'ud Up Inmates of E S return to theur cells fclassroomsh mussung those that paroled fgraduated to youse mugsj Commencement Sophs realuze school has begun Class day more fun' Ornunous clouds pear on horuzon as we put our noses to the old grundstone Senuor Ball clumaxes a successful Sen uor year No huts, no runs no errors We saul thru the skues un Stratosphere Balloons Natuonal Assembly Trickmen really go to town at the trick banquet 'und d'unce Bulldogs bow to super Cashmere elev en, 0 26, there Mother's day program Supremacy Contest Senuors must have cheated 82 June June Nlay 2 May May Read D Oc Oc 8 O TJ Oct 2' own Read Up Students come out of hubernwtuon and lumber up for the All Hu Muxer Senuor Play us bug success Verna rolls them un the ausl s Everybody dud swell Bulldogs assume strude un settlung Sunnysude 130 Warner and Hughes really pour ut on' Non D'uncung Party Another redskun but the dust We trounce Warruors LCle Elumj here 13 0 Boys tennus team wuns Central Wash Tournament gurls wun from Wapato We down strong Kennewuck team, there 6 0 Smooth Playung Roy Wahle funds out that we have a football team Klahuam Assembly We see our teach ers as they really were" Easter We couldnt see Stokes for her new hat Aprul Aprul Aprul Aprul Aprul 29 17 16 A, u rut-X P' 1' I ' u A Q C I ' - u ' 1- . 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Weather M'm Give Us a Toot on the Tooter George Read Down Re'xd Up Re1d Down Oct. 30 Nov. 3 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Non-dancing party. Scrivens fblind- foldedj charges Mr. Brown but chair intervenes. Mr. Brown's gl1sses bound on floor. Whoops. ister Assembly-E. H. S. tennis teams defe1t Selah 6-2. Won tra k meet. Wolves lWapatob become lambs is Bulldogs administer defe-it 419-BJ. Johnny Bernier gets the bmumps. lt's getting to be all the fashion. A school play. Jerry McCum er shows us how to be "the life of he party." Spring vacation-Students acquire sunburns and what-not. Last minute drive falls short as Bull- dogs lose to Warriors-16-85. We should have brought our skins. "She Stoops to 'Konk-her"' April April April Mar. 1 1 Nov. Dec. DEC. DEC. DCC. 23 Quaranteened indoors Point Club girls bite fingernails wait- ing for completion of new gym to re- sume activities. Hazel Rice is Apple Blossom Princess Junior Prom. Theme-"Hit P1rade.' Congratulwtions to Committees. Girls Club meeting, penny march. lack of said pennies. 'th place in state meet. Kelleher makes st1te second team. Students take over city. Mayor-Rogers. Student Conference at Yakima. "Chonita' well received. Mary Jane gets a laugh. Pre-season basketball game at Thorp -121. We lo k al ri . Report Cards. Moans and groans. De- bate team beats Yakima. Nice work. Alpha. It rained. We lose to Vancouver ' State Meet. 430-331 by bad weather 83 The Big Apple-Yeh Man Read Up Mar M1r Mar MRF. A iii mu ,.. N1 Not War Veterans Skller and Football Player Junxor Lubrarnn Workung' Nxce Glrl Nlce Bake Weather Ev 'md Ole and Dog The Super c0med'a"5 cms old 1 Tell You the Latest? Some Bables Eh Coach' End of the Lme All Out Read Down Read Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec 10 Basketball team llves up to predlctlons by defeatlng Wapato Q23 197 Strange as good as ever Basketball banquet and dance spon sored by the Point Club Some fun' Start Chrlstmas charlty work spon sored by the Glrls League Get 2nd place In YVIAA tournament and rught to enter state Kryls symphony orchestra That haircut Everybodys skung Seems to be the thung to do Servlce Club party Wm County Basketball tournament and rlght to enter V1lley tournament We dxd beat Cle Elum after all' Chrustmas Assembly Santa Claus Candage struts her stuff Beat Selah 35 24 Warners leave but Glenn stays Mr Mr Warner has put a lot of pep Into thus old school 84 Mar Mar Feb Feb R82-I DEC DEC Dec Jah Jin J1n d D 25 0 Wl'1 Chrlstmas Bud Wescott Cortland Carmody Ce clle Stokes and Alpha Allen kicked out of l1br1ry for one month Vacatlon feels good' We lose games on coast Too bad Queen Vlctorla Report Cards Beat Yaklma second overtlme 2018 Excrtement' Assembly Glrls Club Dedlcatlon of new bumldlng Flrst nate f Auctxon me Duck Leslle sells has shurt Breedlove McGranahan Howard Northcutt and Harvey appear an halls un sk: attire We wonder If they can re1lly sk1" Lose to Cle Elum 32 29 Well beat them yet Deasy stars End of semes er Semester tests Natlonal Assembly Televlslon The Bulls In All Thelr Glory The Frlgld Wastes Dont Freeze Thelr Smiles Two Against One Snow Farr Read Feb Jan Jan an Jan 17 . 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Why the Frown Shurleyv Dushpan Bluest Art Class Goes Back to Nature SHDDY and HHPDY Verna Barbaraswuth Duck,Ten1poraruIy and Garth Auto Mechanucs Clean up Week Metcalf and Rlce Ml' BaI't0 Surrounded Logkung Glggmy Over She Goes Muss Luther Stuollung Looks Luke a Pepsodent Ad Now for a Runger Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR JANET LOWE EDITORS JANET CATLIN 7 Back to school 'und no tume to fool Kuttutas County lnstutute for teachers llt should have come on Frudayj 15 Beanues are all the rage lNot un Muss Bakeu s classesl 22 Students shoot hugh 'ut the Natuonal Assembly on Str'utosphere Balloons 12 Faye McGunnus no longer takes her shortcuts or us ut a Northcutt 23 Campfure Black Cat Dance 31 The buuldung us adorned wuth more lupstuck and rouge than usual 5-Mr Mulls pulls hus belt up another notch to go on a struct budget whule Mrs Mulls wuns a Campfure honor 10 Washungton State Theatre presents Tamung of the Shrew everau s uoents catch a luttle snooze un the book week assembly '7'7'7'7'7 20 Kreudel The Great loses her heart to Chuck Ufarmerb Wulson 24-More people uncrease theur volume as the turkey dunner rolls around 9 Tom Chandler and Peggy Charlton make up for lost tume at Muss Talmadge s home rooun theatre party 9 Ruth Colwell funds a puece of puneapple un her puneapple sundae Mr Kryl and hus orchestra gave a fune performance and boy how the gurls went for hus pageboy Junuor Hugh School student body presented uts annual Chrustmas Assembly Many romances bud at the 8 4 home room party Ask Bob Thomson and Mary Jean Stone about thus Kuttutas Hugh School second team took Ellensburg Junuor Hugh School for a rude un a twelve pount vuctor Marue Rue and Dorus Mead are wearung a new kund of pun ls ut decoratuon or us ut Hu V sentument7 Muss Luther could only fund 54 leaves on her ger'unuum plants when they were returned Somebody must have one because she claums there were 55 when she loaned them 30 for 37 85 , 'P 41-'PT .X I v . 5 T N 3 1 l 1 V I :O ' " .- "'1',u lg , L ., '4 Q ' , -- 1 ' ' .. is: M 'f 'v .H - . :Zac Aa 'QL ' ' Ag , X .1 , feb? 4 5 A V I I . 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It M1v '74 Lura Mitchell 'and Tom Chandler are saturated with one anothers affections lls Peggy Char on green 'J June 1 Miss Roberts 1nd Miss Addison will leave to begun a course in emb1lm1ng at the l-loneycutt School of Emb1In1ing This may lead to further rivalry June 3 Everybody feels like a feather on the breeze floating out into the summer Stop 87 Thr 31. sociated Students of the Senior High bchool publish is of this yeai book wish at this time to expiess then appreciation to those w ho have made its puhllcation possible la specially clo we wish to thank the school mana venient foi finding a place among the m ichants piofessional men and heads of oiganiza tions haxe houfvht liheially of aclveitising space mak ing this laigei and finei book possible Pautzkes Vvestein E igiaxing, Co and fhe Recoid Piess haxe co operated with the staff to bllllg out a pleasing pro duct We w ish this book to be a real pleasure to you the ieaclei 2 s 'f . , e , I 'I D 1 .A . . V A 7 C . w L 1 . 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