Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1939

Page 1 of 132

 

Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1939 Edition, Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1939 volume:

I , . 1 . 2 as ' 2 1 I. . Q, -- 'JM " .X f 1 , V X 5.lf f '95-zsf' 5 Table Di Contents CAMPUS SCENES I XTRA ACTIVITIES SPORTS SCOOPS ADMINISTRATION v f fxx E H S MASCOT 5 X + - N - a , 1 N 3- ' l Q, 495, W 'x 'I X 'Rf D kk ' X XM! fm' K Il4'r'llr'1', l!l'l'lI1'I', lvl IIN fnlvf fllfn flu' Hlflllkv nf L'llulI'fa'rf,ll1', ix fllllllllfllf N'lfIIllHl!ffI'.N' lluf .vfllrlwffls of lf. ll. As'.,"gl'llAlII fn lwflrn-ffwrrltif fn hw ftllllllflf. I .wmlff nm! Il jffflfwr 'qu .wflw If-ll slffw, .Mr lwlff ffl'fH!l fly If llfllvlfflrlf fu HH, Sllllll-.ll hours mul frm' wfm1r11rlw.w nmkf' fur flu' I.IIfl4'HlliHl.1 115.1111 .wlzfml 111w1mH'if?.v. I 'N Ji! T0 be as upright as ll frw, fo .vtuml zlulzurnlwl by friurl mul man, and fo be an air! fo oflwrs is our ulfimufw f1f'Nil'1'. Thr' fllllll gow up mul nur fllrnlyllfs rllrwll un flu' frwvlnn mfr rmmfruzf "u'lu'rw flu- air is full of .wunIi.11l1f, mul the flag :s full nf .9ffII'.N'.H FOREWORD Wnth the central theme of the most wldely read publication you the Assoclated Student Body of Ellensburg Hrgh School It was to show our progresslveness m our own mterest m news events both those of the world and of our school that the newspaper theme was chosen provldmg ample grounds for a strll-:mg realxstlc picture of the advancement of our hugh school 1 , M I. ,.. ,,,V -v , of today-the newspaper-the l939 Klahiam is presented to DEDICATION Always ready and wllllng to ald wlth hls helpful advnce and genulne frlendshlp and to provxde for the general welfare of the students through the lmprovement of the school bulldlngs and surroundmg campus Mr G L Putnam has endeared hlm self ln the heart of each and every member of the student body ofE.HS It IS therefore only fxttlng that the l939 Klahlam be respect fully dedlcated to Superlntenclent Putnam as a small acknowl edgement of the school s apprecxatxon The Staff ,-1 1 , . . . ' Q . . XIDX ISI RN hi to r1f1x 1 11x c X ITCI Rf111111N UTIITI Spun C11 c olx XIOYIIIHQAI' N 1111 r- 1 1 11 R IDPII ll X1111 NN II R ll X I IN H ff IN lx l lf . V ,N f .N SIQ.-XI"I'A P 1 Lf ep Q X11 xl2'lxl.t'l1I1k1I1 11111. 't 11's lfflith C' vcfll '.d1to1A1z1l YQ ' s ' Iglqli' . ' Q ' f :A Xu "nt lid-tO'S Im-k lJz1l1111-1' f111f111c1ss ll. I". IgllI'EIt'SUI1 2:1 'NVQ l 111' 2 I1 X t 11121111111 Vi 1111--1' 5:1 1311.7 1.'.- Nlgr. N12 Q1-13' 2 .ey .Nfl 'e-1:11 g Mgr. I, ll-.' l"1:1x CN11'1'11le1t'111 NIQ11 'Ya1r11111' Clvrgu ADMINISTRATIDN ' I I L L i rex Q: 4. ADMINISTR TIDN Because of ltS most neces sary dutxes the admlmstratlon of a school holds a promlnent place ln all events To be compared to the pub lxsher and edltors of a news paper the admmlstratxon of a school runs or edl s s actlvxtxes ln the manner ln whlch they see ht As a newspaper ns measured by nts edltors and publlshers so IS a school measured by its faculty and board members for they indeed are the per sons who set the scholastlc and cltlzenshlp standards for the student body under them 2: A . 5 31 ' a 0 , , 41 I, x XQ5. -A .l ,nxx-.ja 1 "5" 3:2321 t. ' V, H I . I p ' . gg - If -. Fi lik . , . . . .. .. .. . .. . t xt , I 1 9 " W M BROWN mc1p'1I emo: Hugh School Wishmqton St1te Co e M C STERLING Clerk if Y. MARY MACLENNAN Secvetwry W B MRS H S ELWOOD 3.7, JESS MILLS mclp-nl Junior School Wwshmgton State e M JOHN N FAUST Ch'lIlI11'lY'l x Hugh Co ,av PARKER LOWE GLENN R STEWART ' '4 ' A H. 'TL g -fo. . J ,l - if Q' Pr"l..S'- Q. Pr' .. ' ' C. . C. E.. , A. . ' , K I- .. ' lv leg , . S. leg . . A. J. . . . . . .-.4 'r 13. ' 4 ' .ll ? ffg, I, fx f' 33 - :Cl 5 is at 1 el in x 4 Y! I ,J- 4 irgaret Addison Xl ll d Bowen 4 lm 1 lNllIl,I 1 ' I I' C I ll! l Norman Howell l l l M'llVIn S Appleg Ellis T Bramlett Bea rlce Buzzettl J Arthur Johnso uhm I Nl u h Argill l IN XIII! l 1 xl: 3 C 1 Fl Manual Arts l Xx IN! new letl. rglam Xue oyd Cook Xl ul 1 ng A ll' aydes F Baker ll mes W Brown lu, lx N Forence Hamilton 1 mm! . Es elle Lombardme l lx N 1 4 alre Bemis llrml uns I In un 1 la E Burgeson 10l'llYlLI1lf s I U Hwmllton Howard f 411 N 1 mm,., If 1 .5 .. J, . Xe . 4 ,eq , , f ,R I l 1 1 ' -- X I it I .If -, 'WISE' A A 'f lbs' f P -A A FSU ' '. -Q fig. 1 M. A , ll n.. liiulllup FO' T3 . B i l .,I 'ix' l'1zix'w-rsily 11f'XY:lsllill:lUll, ll. S "l1lW'l'YiU' HI' lflllllf. ll. A. T6 . ' r' lliSIl'B', Alkvlwzl Fl ' ' 5 L- S"A"""" XY4.4l -ful S.z1Ix- 4'rvllr-"n- M, 5, Vfzlsllinflmx Sigue Uullvsgl-. II. A. F. J. Koe i . llistlrv. All -livs ' 3 . , l": ' frll , . ' mvklhl IBU ll' I lillln mlm U Q Xhxxlllllxtmn Slate- Vllllwun-. IZ. A, :s l1l'iIl . 1 4- 1 f-'L--. .. .. GI . , e-zlllll. l'. li. . 'In':l'sln. .'g -4-:Alu Vulllmluiu l'nix'-1r.4it5'. .Xl. A. XV:slil1:I+ln Slit.. 4'.vll..ul-. Al. A. Ja I ' 1: ul..-ht sm" Spiltllm' . t Q . I Q i l'l'Illl'2ll XY:l:1ll. Hull. ul' I'Iml11r'.. ll. A. . . . .1"1:1 . " 4-ww' Iialstf-ru 4'4rll4-L:'n- nf l'Icll1m':lliIm. ll. A. I A . " v"1":ll. l:lllll2lll'+' I Xhusllillgtrrll Slnlv- 1'nll nga-. li. A. ' ' ' 1 , - Q , 4 , '. , 111z:n'lwt:n 1'..ll4-glf. ll. A. ' t ' '1"2'-l1- ' " " I'nix'n-rsity of XYzsl1im:lv11. Al. A. A' .' :i"l"gy' Pll'4"h,S Cl ' ' m- I-'w illll1'Q 1-Hwll-u-,P.s, . . ' ' ' nun U "Q , XX: sl 15:1 Stuff- Val lg:-, M. S. . - , Apxrivulturl- G. . ' - ' ,..'..1 W1-' Q 1"' - HI" l"'l"e"- fl- fr l'lm-.-1-.-ny Ur :nm , M. s. R t . , CngI'.'l, Sl ---lm K ' , l- . l'nix'e-'.'il3.' .'f 'l lmknru, H, A. l'wu!rul SV:1sh. l1lH""l' ilu li. A. l Nw N lkllll 2 lg Q' 1-N - 5,- .ai A6- arlon E Lowery anche Mxller I Nl. X eanor Roberts NI 1 Nlx Jeannette Twymarx Xl II ed W Lucas 1 1 ul Nelson Nl xllxll J el x Juamla Walter I I Nyta Luther 11 mx at I I T ulue Physeck IILII l I I lllll 1 r In C p cer wx Owen C Wrcks Nlirlon L rd Xl Larmes rnell 1 1 an Skerry I 1 L H ward E Wllder I I l ble Marston X1 xx N ard R smus lu Ile Nu ll 'h Talmadge ll ll I N IILI I I ,v .rfx 21 I Iutnam W M Brown ess 1 N drmxrct Xddlxon N .xrx III Xpple 11 x c- uth Xrwi L1 11111112 131111-r C lane lzeunx ed Home 1 1 I31.1111 e t orex l1r1-1 11111 .num l1111vsn Hur fc-11111 X 1 14111111 1f1f1t.111 BULIP 1 ox 11 Q 110 1131111111111 rlovward N11rm1111 Home I Xrthur ohnson 1x01 mv Nlarmn I owbrx I rel lurfu N5 f 1 I Jther Vlfxfx VXIACLSHDHD Xbl'111 Ylarston Hldnnhe Nllller Paul 'Ne 1on Irulxe Physeck Lannes Purnell Warcl Rasmus Eleanor Roberts I Sen ean bkerry Orlm Splcer Ruth falmadge eannette Twyman uamta Walter Owen Wlcks Howard Wllder A ULTY AYINGS H 1111 N X 11111 x 1 Y I X N X1 Clllt X N 1 1111 IJ N 111 I 1 x X N I x 1 N X N1 III! 1 XX1x 1 1 N N1 1 1 N 111111 1 x 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 I 1 10 11111 mr 11 1 1 A1110 11110 1 S1111k 1 N1 1111 1 Nl 101 1 1 . 1 1 1 11 111111 11 1111 N 11 1 1 N1 ' OI I 1 11 11X 2 M1111 1 IIIIIN 81111110 11111 111111 111 Im 11111 1111115 1 '1 1 1111111 Ill" 11 J K1 DX 911 1111111 N Ill 11 11111 1 1.1 1112 1111611 11111 mx 1 11111111 T1o11bl1 111111 11111 gms IN 111111 1011 1111111111 111011211 l1111l1l111111 1111 1 11 s 11 1111 1111 NftI1f 101111 101111 C1111 IJ 11111, 11011111 N1111 folkx Gd 1101111 and 211 10111 NI111 X011 ll 1111 1110 black 1181 Oh CIP111' What shall 111 C109 Spit out H0111 gum guls Neatness IS essentlal to get 211101111 111 Llus 1101111 R1m1mb111 20111 plates al e due soon In studx hall sou may talk fox Luo IIIIIIUISS and that doesn L mean Len You xemember don L speak 111 gPIl0I'allf,l9S be Qpecxfu Comp on boys clean up vb 5 . " 11 , lJ::yx11111l 21115. N11111 I'111 1111 1 !'JfIlLl 111 111' El 11111 ' '11f." l 1 '4XK'l1:11's Xlflll' 11x1'11.'11'? 'I'l1111S 1'111'1' 1'f1111." y1'11S "A L1 1111 lt'I7llI11Il1II1 111111111s ll 1111... 111, H. . A. "Il Xllll 111111'1 111.11111's1111111. Q111111l' 1111 1111113 11111 1111111' 11111 1951! G111 11'?" 111- -' -. 141 "It YIT11 111.111 111 11111111 I'l1 111111411 1-1111 .11 1111: 111 111111- 1 111111 1111111 H1111 I 1:1 11.' DBI' R 1. Tx- ll "1'.1111l11. 11111151 -,., !'1'Il1'l'1' 11111 :111111 1'111'111'1 111-11 -311111115 III1' 111'li .'l11 1-111 111111' 11x1 -," '11 1 1 - "11111'1'1' 1111. 1ll'lN, C1111 111111' 111191115 111 111' 11 11'1'11 1111112 111 1111 l1l1f',H ' L '- I "Y1.'1:11' 11111111111 711.11 IJ1'lIl'1 11111 Yfllll' 11111-2 111111115 " 'If .,I "iNkl'l' 11111 41111 111111l'?" 1-lllg -- 1 1 "C111 11111 1111 1111 111111111 111111 111111111 ll'Il.u ff 1-1 1 gh- "C'1f11111 111' 2.1112. 51.1.11 A 11111 11.11. 0111111 Ylilll' 1111111'l1 '111111 11111 .1112!" V 1 HN 111' l1.11111. 11:1 11111117 21 111112 1111j1.1l1111'.1." CL I 1- Q- "".,1ll.. 111111811 1" N." il'kt- A -- . "'1'f11,11s1 2:-1 11111 111' if 1111111 1111111111 111111 11N 1' - . . 11' "If11.1 :111 1 1'1111111111l1.1'11111111 I '1 ' 21 :lvl " 151 1 ' k "'l'11Z'll 11111111111 111111 11111: 111 11111 l111111'11. P111 111l1'll1l!1IifH 13'l0ren1-1- Ilamilfmf "l'11111lx1'111's 211111 111 111111 111 11111' 211'l. Wl1111'11 11111 I 11111 111111 1111111.1 111 11211111 E' ' ' ' -1 "H11ll1 llll'l'11f I.l'1-F .111 '.1.'lt111 11111 I 11. 1 111 111.1111 H111 i11JI?1ll'?" A7 Q V . .11 "N:1x1'. WI1111 IN 11111 1511111 I 11.21111 111 11.11 11111112 111' 111111' will I 1-X1 1 ' 11 FI 1-1111 will 111111111w1'11111'?" 1- A V1 1- I 1'1 11.1 I 111 11.1 '.1.111'1 1 lfllxlil 111 .'11111lq 11111111 11l1.'111i II1111 11211111!" 151 ' . 'rs ":11111 11111 X'1l1l'L1llI1,. X 1111- 11111 C11l"fn A ' A H - "All 1'111l 1. 211'ls! f -'Oil 1111111 A1111 1' 11111 saw . 111111." 3 f A 5 1- "1,1 11111 l'11111' 121' 1 j 1111 ' 1'z1111s 1:1 Fifi? 111 3111111 11118 w1111k-111111 2 I.'111'i1.2 -111." as sf: 251."1 JIS 11l1," 1 ' -J 1- "D111'i 1-1.11111 y11.11' 115111 111' f1l1 Yfilll' I ,.,1'1'Il1 'lx 111 111155. 1l111s11." A 1 1 - "Ol. 111111 1' 11 ll ml" .. '. A1 3 "N 3 11s I 11511: 2011.2 111 11111 11111. 111111 111111115 lj 5 '11'11l 1 l 1:1 11l1.' 111.11 ' wo." f 5 1 A ' "OV . 14' 1111111 us! V,'11'1'11 11 '111' 112 '1"l '1lk' 1, 1 ' 1 - U ' '.- 011111 1111.1 Ill yrzur fat 111111111 1 is 111 11' you 1P'l1'll 11111 111111' ' 1 111 Q ' " 1:11111 211 11111 sv' 1 " ' 1: HN1 1 ' 2 ' 1 to 12111111 his A. -- . , .' A. .. , . - 1 AY 1 ,, 141- ' 1. 3 "All ",l1 111113 l111'.' l '11'11 11 q 111." 1 4- "N 11 '.1J 'Il' l1"1f1' l." .11. V. .' 'bel " 1 -I N .. 5 . A, 1. gl. '., 4 , " ' '. ' .' 1 " -I .. 4 I A.l. 'l. l.l. Y ' V, ' 'S 1 . 4 1 1 . K, 1 1 X 3,3 x25 '3 951, EXTRA! Presented wlth stnkrng slml larlty to the extra edltlon that has taken form durmg the long years of newspaper develop ment IS the extra sectlon of the IQ39 Klahlam The JUIIIOTS and senlors members of classes that m size and lmportance have Increased steadlly through the years are featured Smce the lnventlon and ad vancement of the hnotype and other modern machmery It rs now p0SSlblE for such an edu tlon to be printed wrthln a few hours from the time the scoop comes ln ln former years a lack of efflclent equip ment llmrted extras ln both slze and number ff " ,I , 1 'pf -1,-' 4 , ' ,I I 71, 4 1 I Kg? E 3' fr ' mn -4---Q.. im Nik JC 'S 35. ,fx 'AJ' Joseph Koenig Ruth Argall Geovge Alden Tom McGvanah 1 Barbara Fxsher Merrill Haag Semor Class Officers and Advisers The senxor class ls much lnclebted to Miss Ruth XY0'3ll and lVlr oe lxoenxg for thexr proven abllrty and efflclent leadershxp throuvh one of our hardest years WlthOUt their asslstance we would new er haue been able to complete such a successful term To Georffe Alder our class presldent outstandxnv muslclan and debater we have looked for superlor student leadershlp throughout our senior year lVlerr1ll l-laagen who entered our school as a Jumor hugh school student has attalned prominence ln the actlvltles of our hlgh school llfe and has filled hrs vxce presldency worthxly From the freld of musnc we turned to Barbara FlSChCT for our class secretary Prommence and all around personalxty throughout her school years ln E H S have proven her to be a geunme outstandmg leader Because of his ablllty ln keeping flnanclal records mtact we chose Tom McGranahan as our class treasurer Having mhent ed his banklng mstmcts from his father he has filled hrs posl tion efficiently Tx . 9 3, 3, l . co - N - f ' , ,Q 4 L- an :.. r . Q I Y' s,. ---.f ar' Q ,r 1..,,,, -,,,.., . - - ig, ff.- lkh' f 7 ,NIAW , 1 ! , 1 Q 'J 1 1 - ' av . I . en I - Q Ai m i .lr 15 D . , ' f za ' ' 1: , . Y ' ' x 1 - , . ' - ...rg Alder George IIES Howird ble H1I I I N x Bruce Merle X Cirey Busan I Chwnrpre Florence Cor um Rex lb Allen W e Beck V Ig III Brother ton Rowend II Burns Robert ' IIIIN Cargo Nudrne Chirtrund Mwrre Creed Bob I A ICB E meet I Becker Mirjor e I Bowrrrwn Miry O IVE II Butterfreld Bob Carvrrody Cortlwnd CODWIFI Glenn Croteau Vrrgrnm Irdersorr Dick B IIXICI John Breedlove Rwy I I Cameron Leone C'Irr Charles x I III INN IIII-I I I II CoIweIIEdrtI1 lll x I Il Culp Edna I I B irrett Bonnre BCKTSS1 Brown Birton N I I Carnozzy Betty Jean I Is lfllllllll IIIIIIII I II I s I Crrtlrn Jack IIII II lII'Il I I I Conway Hwzel Davenport Glenn I ' . .IVV II It . I' ' A . 1 " . IZ..I.II 1 I "I'I!.-B 'I'r.1I-I I I'II.II . I" I" .X Q Ii..- .4'I:II--II ' I.. ..II- I'IIrII'I1f I, IQII' IL. 'I.I ' I. S.-IIIIII' I".Iw ...ix 1, I' I-' X Q ..r II XX'I 'I I II- VII-. 'l I IIIIII-I -.I'X.f! VI-II Z. I'.r1I' l'I'.w. S'II.l--I' l..:IIl ' I S1-II-II I.IIIL-II: !:.Ix,' I'I.r I I I Vlrri-1.51 I 'l'r' X L -I! VI.: I. IiI1I. .IIIII 3 I'..I1.'. IIII: :IL I 'l'r.I. II I IZ I lIIII.I- J, I. I'I-Ir VIIII- I II. XXIIIII- I. IIIII-:III-'Z, I r'IIIr'.IIx I. ' I. XXII .IIIIIIX I. X'-'I I.III I XI I-I I-'I-NI'x.I' I1 I IQIII' 2, I, I-' I-' .X Z, ' I S.-IIIIII III X' I. I'r'Ir I'II:II I IiI1IIrI.III. 1 I B. . .I , I- I gl -, . ' 'I e' ', . 1,LIIII.'IlI "III-:'IIx I lI.IIIIl Z I SI..Il. I I SI .rIII:- 'I-- 'Z I 'I'I'l I-'....II-.Ill 51. I. 'I'I... II l,.g..I.I--. I'... I 'I'r X' I. I'.I. I'II1l. I Z I. II' I-' X I. 37. I gg, I, I,,.1.. I'I.II. ll. lil:IIII.IrI I I, IZIIII- .III-I XXI.III I ll' .lIrIIv I S.II'I.I I'..IIrI I Ii:.II1 ' I Bri ..'r'et ' . . .. I' I ' ,. - ,,- rr I:rIL:I'IIs. Il. I. .IIII SI IIIIQI IIs 'i. I .IIIIIlIrI' Vlzwx 'I'I'.1Iff VIII-IIIIII, 21. I'III-I'IIw Z. S I II II I' III I.- :I II- -I-I.f l..qIrIIr'f'1'III: I1 l.:IIlII VIIIII Il. .Xe I1I'.-I'L lIlI'I'r l.I-:I:III' '1. FI III.-III l.I-:IIIIIIN .II-9 IHIII. I. I". I-', .X 'l'r'IIIlI- III I I'lgIIII:III: NTXISIIII I.riIIIIr'I:III I'r.x, Ilrrl llI-5--r'XI- I'I-II I. IIIIII-I' III-ye' 2, Zi, I. .'I II-II .IrIlI. I I'-IIIQIII 1. .1, I. S-IIIIIII VIIIIIW. I'..II IZ IIlI'I'rI,I'1IgIII I'..II , 'I'IIIIrIf Z, IE, I. ...M I IIII' I, VIII... SI Il--I.I l...III- III I I'.I III ll I':I I f 21. I-VR VIII., 3. II I: 'l'.-II-- I. I'I'lIlII Xl:III-I' I. IIIS 31. IL l'r-IIII I'IIlIr SI.II.IwII I'lIIlr 3. III- 2.21. I, 'I'I'l-X' 2. 17. I1 .IIIIIIN Z, IIIIII- 1r':II 'l'I'IIII.- li IZ I I.:IIIII XX'III'.. I VIIII. 3. S.-ww: VI III. E. KI:III':I"I I I1'H':"f"1V1':5 3- 3- I- "Il"I21If' -I '4Il"Vl1N "I'I"l' IIUII5 l"'lI 33. I'IIrIII,l:'I IL. "IIIII'I1e I5:IIIII 1. II. I1 IIVIIII-sf ILIIIIIII-Q 'IIIEIIWI I. Il. I. IllII'ltIII'II'IlIN IIIINIII-IIIIIZI !.I 'l'--I.- 3. ff. Tri-X I. IIIIII- lI'1l 2. II. I, MUSI- VIII" 1lll'I VIIIU' I Il. I1 I"'Ir "II1r- I. Irie 3.il.I le!r:rrI'1r' :IIIII XX'lIiII- I. I'lIII.II1NILSll I-'vii' QI.. .II I'lrII- Q. :Ile II. I, url SIL Sir 'z HIIIII ll:.II:I- I'lrIl- I 3. Ilirls' l,II:IuI1I- I'IrII JZ, Sl - In: Jer! I'IIII. 33. -I. 'I'I-Irrirr I 152 I'IIiIII I'IIlIr1f, Il. -I. 'I'I'iIIIw IC 3, JI, I3 .'I'-II' III' I'IrI1II. I. KIJIIIIY zrIII I. l'..I-II I'IIII. rl. I. 'I'I-I- 'I',-WI.. Ig In II.... .'I..I. .X S. II, 'I'I"'.lN. I: IIHIIII 3: I'I"'Ilf'fIl'2l U I ':. I. s...I...- I-...... I. II.A.r...III 1. IQI.. I'....,. .'.. . I'I. I- S11 - I l.--frfifrf' I IZIIII- .IIIII XX IIIII- I II I :I II. I II I II. :IIIII SI ll II I- III l.I-:I II- "UNI 35 I""I'II'1III2.f7 W Il , I ,. I 5, ,,. ,.,,, .',,,,, .3 .I - I: lrrtr: Ir:Ilx 2, II ..,.H, lA,:.,.,,,,- ,-,,.. II,,5e' .',.,. I4 I.'..... I. IIIII- :uni XVIII. I, I-:III I. 21. I1 IZIISIWAIY I IIJIII 2. II. I. SI' IIII' Ili-Y II, I, .IIIIIII-I' III- X' Z1 I"I"-III II I'IIIlI 21. 3. IiI:IIIi:IIII I 'I'r'r-Y 22. I. I"'l1l'Il1I' Y..-.--I'.I. I xII.I.-Ig. I.'.,.I. I... I I 3 zz. I. s I II II I- .. I I.. .. .If I:.....-.-..l. I2 .XNrl. I.rI-, I. KILI- I' I I1 I. 'L S' II IIIIIII 'l'I'gII-II Q. II. I, IIIII-gr I..-Q' I'.II. Zi. I. 'I'I-II- 'I-'IH I. VIII" IIIHI I.I-:I III I 9 VI' II 1. IIIrII':Ilx IZ. I. Ilrw Q. II. I. I'I-IIII I'IIIlI XXIIIII I. 'I'I-IIIIIN I, li. I. I'I-II.I Z. .l. I2 'I'I'I-X' 2. TI. I'IIIl. Lf Z. I1 I,.IIrII I, 'I'IIIIII- III1. I. I'I'Ir 4'II1l. 3, S.-I I..I I'IIIIr. I'IIII. 1, IIiY.l' Ix 23 l. KIIIIIIIIIII ST. IIIIII- SI-IIIII' I'1rlIII, I, IiI:I- .IIIII XXAIUI- I, IrI:IIII 2. IZ. I. IIIIII :IIIII XX'I II- I. ICIIIIIII' Iil:IlII.IIII I, Ilrrl IIII- k.I'X.-Q I'.-II fl I". V- -X- 3. -5- FIHVII 'I'Ir:III-. -, 1 I'II- VIIIII I, 'I'I'iIIII. T.-I.. I. 'I'II.. IZIIIIIIIIIL IIrI:II'1I .IlIII!II1! I1 .XIIIIII X'I-IIIIIJI-NI I: 'III'I-Y Tl. ISI-III-r':Il. -"1'l2I'r1 3. 212 l"'I11A I, 'I'.'I..I.I I-2 rp III- "' IlI1+l2ir'2 3- FIM' .lirrlm :Q ANI. l.IlI. 4. "l"'IX I S .I...- I'..IIII. I. KIJI- III:II- I v 'U -s1i"5 R JD ,fe K1 W? HE ,gk 5 -. 256 A 2. r Qi- If George Alder Howard Bites Harriet Bllble Merle Bruce Rosan Carey Florence Chimple Rex Corum 'T ,X if gf' 1 Warren Allen VIFQIHIH Beck Rowena Brotherton Robert Burns Nadine Cwrgo Mirle Chartrand Robert Creed 1.19 -EP 2-F -4-X ,JW Y 1? ri if Nl 1.6 4' if ,,f 36' fn Ernest Altace Marjor IS Becker Mary Olive Flownvln Robert Butterfield Cor Iwnd Carmody Glenn Cobaln Vlrglnra Cloteau ,..fv,, Rlchird Anderson John Bernler Ruy Breedlove Leone Cameron Charles Carr Edllh Colwell Edn1 Culp 54.52 09' 'T 3 Bonnle Barrett Lrllmn Betassi Bwrton Brown Betty C'm1ozzy Jack Catlun Hazel Conw1y Glenn Davenpov t A NA tg U . I, Q, ' g 1 V 1 -D' I Nr, G1 A xi W ft if Qu' , ' 1' 'R 'f e r ,G C -Q .,, JP Ad If , 3 J b A W E gf C Q . . ' w ,, I B Q Y , A f -'59 . ' f f 'K . - ' x- ' f N C 'N ei? e l 7 - -J 9545 1 -r f' , X A ' gi", A li -h 4 ir J v -. " F7 e na -f W i , V ' ' 'I 'Y ' ' 5 V b ' 'tg - .K 4' af Q- 1 9 'c, B f 'F I , kg 1 . Q . p-1 U ,A ' 'A - f C1 an A 412 f X r ' 1 2 l , . U - 2:2 . H, - V L, 3, X .V W : K I W 'Q 1 1 ' 1 f- 173, - . I Lg? ' K f U Q 15533 H? uns l N xk L1 U11 ru wfami :dwn 1 11 :rn 11 f 1 uqhf of n'-:en Russf-II no y Lou Jonnson Kennr xl 1 x G A111111 Germ 11111 Hovvu 1 ll Jones John It Guxfmfsorv Peqcy 1 Low It WL s 1 Ownson Ho W:-1X11 'E-1 D:-L1':1.:-. ,l,11'l1.1'.. D1n11111111:, L .wx D1- 1-1,M.1'11.11 -t 1 11111, PX. 111511 X , 1, 11 111, 1 , 111, 1 ,-4 11 , 1' 11 1 K 11 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1'11 'X X 11 11, 1 , , 11 1 1 1 1. 1 X ,1 ,, , X L 111 ,, 1111 1 .1 111 -'.'1. 1,1 11, w - 1 1 11, -, 11 1 1 , 1 1 ,1 11 1 , , 1. , 1 - E,11.w,11':w.J1'11' E1' 1x ,:1',L111X Ev" .'1,F1'11-11'- 51,3151-,3,11 F1111"'l B-l"1711"1 :1 1 1 1 X11 .,1 1 11.1111 1 Q 1 11. 11" 1. 11 1 ,1 X- , 1 1-1-,Q J Y 1 11.11 '1' ' 1 ' ' ' KN ' 1 1 N 1, 11' ,1 . 1 , ' U I 'Q ' -, A 1 X 1 -,.x ,, 1 1, x,1, 11- 11 , 1' . X 1. 1 fx" 1' X' 5 5111.1 1'111 , 1,1111111- 1'11 111.1111 '1k"1111 11 1, S11 1'1111 1 111.11 11 1 11 1111- 1 !1 11 X A-1?Y11"1l' C11 :1,P. ' C'1V'u1.H ' L . -vn ,, . . , kj ' ' '1' ' ' 1' 1' " . - 11111 .1 r'111111,- 1 ,-1,,,.1, 1 ME 11 ,XI11 11 1'111 1'1 , 1 ' I 1-11 1.111 1 1' 1 , 111 A, 1111 ,1 1f111111 , ' x 1 - . 1 1j 1 1 3 1, 1 -, NA 1 -1. 1. -1 -1 1' 11 ' 11 ' ', '51-1f""'1'x11"'1'V1 '41-111111 Z11:11' 1'11., K IU' 1-1, ',x.Tur1 H.x1"111.111, H'1v.11d ' 11 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 111 1 , 3' ' X " 1 11 1 1 X ,1 1 1. 1 11 '- 3 X, X '- ' ' ' 1 X 1: X 111 1 1 X . , 11 V! I W 3 1 ' , 1 X1 , 1111 1 1 .1 ' ' 1 ' 1 ', 1111111 Q'1 111 '1 1 11 - 1, K 1 X1 1 ,X - 1 1 Y , 1 X X 11 Ig 1 1 1 2 1 41111113 L1111-1 1-'1-11'-1.D1111T1y '11 4314X. A1 ,1- H11.1ax, . 114' H-9-lf11"Y- 1 1X 1 1 1 IZ 1.,,. 1 1 . 1 11 1 1 X 1 2 1 1'!11 1 ' 1, ' 1, ' 11 1, 1M, 1111, 1 1 X1-1 1' H1' j1".1"11 111-1 H11.1.1:'d,'!1f1111-11 H R 33. J 1 H1 tg11-11n,Al11,11 H1 11, -11,3 G4't1'ur1 'I111.. 1111111 '11 'Q K S1111 1".1 1111 11. ,1 '1' 11 1, 1 .1111 13 ' 'Z11' I' 1115- 1 , 11. 4 11,1 ' 1,1 11 1 X ' 1,1 ' F- 1 12 4'1 1 ,L I-'1 , 1'.,! 1 154, ' 1 1-1, V. 11.1.1 r ,, , 1 11 X, 1 11 1 1 f1 11 11 1 "1 1 ,I'111111'1I1X " 1211- 1 11 X11 '1 1 JP! - . ,' 11 . 1, But? ' g , 3 gt11 J I 1 , Ily '311 1'S 1, 'l'1111, '1'1 121 1' 11 l11"111.1 111151111 1 111:-Z.-'1:1" 1' I'.11 S-111111.11 1 Xx- .1-111111.11111 S- 1 1'1,1 1 1 1'?1,1- 1 1111-,1111g1,1,1 1.1. 1 s.- 1'.111 'V ' ' 4'11 r'11 1'1111:, 1 1x'.1 Q 1 '11.111 1 li ,1 ,11,11 XK1.1'1 1 811111-1 zev- ,,J' m?N fl- X! ,ry 6 6? Q, A-g,. Rex Deasy John Edwards Hal Galey Merrill Haagen Laurle Harvey Harriet Hogue Russ Jensen 3 915 4' Bev- i 0,4 ,ff Q .al Rf tr f' 35' Kid' 'ff' Barbara De Grave Lois Erickson Raeford Gibb Ralph Halstead Dorothy Heger Warren Howard Betty Johnson 8 1'7" I-dl Lawrence Demmert Florence Erskln Edwln Grlmm Keuth Hand Alice Hacks Joe Hughes Kenneth Johnson WR 51" ,Q rn sq -rv' Margaret Dexter Bull Fields Geneva Gumm Ted Hanks Howard Hicks Allce Hultgren John Jones 3 34. -ft'-nr r 126' -v 1' a A Kathryn Dixon Barbara Flscher Peggy Gustafson Howard Hartman Loss Hoadley Gertrude Hutchens Holly Johnson X ,D 5, U 3 A 'i ' A 35 71' , 4 f .e ' Y ' P' I S ' I ' D' F 'P . I ' My N A 4 L . 4 as ' Q4 J A , J o 4-2 X3 J 'fe r :L x I Rx ,urs t - A ' , . V i .f Ziff' lp. R. lp 8 5 E A . J K 'LT ,Q V1 A x 55. Cf? ' J f - . X ,J J F ' il R , A of-fr M - , J ' f ' 4 -1' ' , "4 I 1 K g .-1. f . I x 4 N . 1 6 l h 'I L " A 3 ' ' up '9 - - , V i .f N ' ,. ,L T KJ 5 -at 1, 1' J 'N y 1 , lg my x . , l ' ' F' ii ff ' 'A P 9 u X M V . QL I T A A v. 1. 'A if lu , 'W rf ',,:, ls ' I ! h 1 5 J 'r 7 , 1 40 5 !v' 'Q , no fs . A . K- n R i D 45' ' rf df , Jorgen:.on Clurenc Klwrrrpher rr Lrvrngston Ulderr NIcGr1n'rh1n Tom Marx Eugene N! M rtrn J'1n1eS Mortrnrer Bette 'O Kiy Leslre Lirrrhert Rose ynn MII on NlcNerI Byrl r M'rtthews Kenneth I I M'rr x Lours Neher Edward Kaynor Lors Live-Ile Art NIcCr1cken Dwvrd Magers Eugene I M wtthews Jwnrece Mrchrels Helen I XII I I Nrchols Florence I I I I Kelleher J'rck Ledbetter Coleman I McCr1c en I-Iorwce X Mwrsh Fred M 'rttson Joyce X M Ilwrd AdeII1 Nygwwrd Bert I I Kennrson Tom Lenz Lqvonne McEwen Rilph Mwrtrn Fr 'rnces M'rrx J1 k Mrtchell Beuler rr Conner .lick rw.-II.--rr-rr 3. rc. rx r:.rr..r :. .:, rg wr-r-rr.-N wI..,r-Irs 3. rr..rr..- ri- x'r..- I-I---X 11145 9 I'Il"1I'I4I'!'1I'e I2.III"" XIIINII' If--fIrI..II II, Ir':I 'Z I, r'IrrIrriI:r. Xrrw- I'r'r'e I. 'I'r'r-N I'IrrIr I. S-I Ir1Ir'rrI :rrr-I XXIIIII- I.. I-.III--r' Surg. VI-.mx Q. I-'. I-' Xlrrfr. I-'.-rgxqrl II, I. I. IIIII' .x- XXIr:r. I I..-grrI.-I f VI-1. I. I--I :IN :I N-rrrrfr' fr'-rrrr AX 3 lg 51-Hr, IX' rm,--,-,,,1,1,Ie IIIII.-r Inq- r'..I,, ZZ, 1'.r!rIxx-II, III:rIr.. I. I'r-Er.rI.- 'Z, I I. I"rrr-IIr:III IZ, I. I1:IsIxr-IIr:rII 33, I. 'I'1':I It I Zi I. Irrrrzr rr rrrxrfw I. Sr :..rrr' II' Y 51, I, .Ir1rrrIIr' III-I 2: .IIIIII4rI' I'Ir1rrr.i-.rr I-I' I'--rrrrrrrr-w Xxx.Ir'-I. IZIIII .IIIII XYIIIII- I f '. I'rra . . ', . , ' ', . ' ' r'Irr-r'IIx Z. ll'r'T9 Ilf- I'--III I'IIII' 3 'I'r" I 'I'r':Ir4K I. Srnrrrrelr r'IrrrrrrI:r I'Irr"1IX 3. 5' MII," VI .l'3':I'I3,'XA -.-r".r- V.-: I 'I'r' I 1 I 'I'r"rrI- If I. II. VII-Ir I. IIIIII A- Z1 I, XI I-1, r'..g ' "'I Q-4 - "WEN -' 3. 1 I. 'I':'rCf II ' ,I--iw 1. ,I-f I.rI- xxrrrlr. I rr,.Irr' I:-,I-' .u.,. 3, -'I ' "W QI- 'III I s.-I..-I' I. I Sr-rr:--r' Vrrrrrr I 'In-1I.rX:. I-.I.wI1,I. 3 3 ' I 'X--II'-II' 3 IQIZIIIIJIIII I. IlIr.- :IIIII IiI:rIr:.Ir- I' IZIII- A- IIIIIIIIUQ r1:.,IrII I XYIr,I- I XXI.:'- I ' . L . t f . . 1 k . '. ' ' I I'I.r-r'rrx I, 'I'r'rrr,f I1 SI1.rr.XII I'.rrI- .Z. III rl.-r..r'.I. 4'II..I.r, j:, 5r,,,I,,.- 'Ii'-I IX 3- 'I II'-MIX Z. I. I'..I. r'I'1I. 1. .lrrlv IQILIIIIQIII Z I..-,Irl.-I-9 IMI, 'I' I 'xI"'ffI"'I'! '- 'III"5I Axel. I,rI- I. S--rrlrrr' I'I:IIrI:rrrr 2 ZZ I',"II'IIx I' I'I' 4'rrr1Ir I. IxI.rIII.r'r ZZ 'IIII' If ""I'1l"' I I 'I'rw-qw. S4-rrr-rr' 1'I:Ief. 'Ifrm lx 1HHmlu,.,- 3. IT:rrrfI 311 I'I'f'II"x ICIIII-rw-r'I :Ie ,IIrr:i--r' 'I' I ' IW: sr r1rI.-rrr I..-:r1Ir-rw I,,,I,,,,,,,,--lr, II, I. If I"f' 3- IIIIXI' I "If 5.-. -.rr rl X.--rr.-err-r ""'I- I- 'I'I'5I"II 3- :I I-'. ,X 7. I. Srr-I-II :A MITI' IIIWIIIIHI "1 IAIAHII, NUVIII IN-IrII:rI I, IrrIr':Irr rrr'.rI- T: 5. ,Ir1.IQr,,g 2, IZIII. ,-5 X rw- - 'rw-X .1--A X Sjr.rII.rrr. Srrr--r' II' Y I, .IIII' xy,-I, I VII. Ir .I, AII:-I-r.7 grrr- III Y Q, Iurrrg I.-'ar-I--Vw 4'-rr. I. I. r'IrrI- I Hlrlr-r' IZII55 VI-rr, I. IIIIXIU-II-:III I II. I. 'I're:r -It 3. 'l. I. S- rrrr-I IIIY 21. I. .III:.If-I' III- Y I . . , 1 - f I 1 . .' . .c "IIIl'r1iIfjI- IAIIHIPIIE I. III-II-r' r:..x-' rmrrr' I I-Irrrr-rwirvr Ir- Ir .rlrrrrrw I:.r-II ::. I. III--ryfrrlrr I-'....rr-:III 3. ::. I. Irr- 5. . I' rrlrrrgr-fi. 15.1, VIHI, I. glimlrtl, r'r-Ir- xvrIrr'xI.If I .1. "rrrr'II: .1, brrrllr - I,-:H,,,,,-HI, :I 'fy IA Irrrr rl-I' III'-I Xrahr r'Irr I. fl I1Irrr- .x- HIV I- IIVI-'II-ZIIII Il- Sl-:rrrrfIr1'IrrIr2. IZIII- Sl III .- rrI .--:rr I-re' XYI III I , rrerr f'- Xrrxrr .,,I Iyrm.. I Vrrrr. I1 .'1:rrr1wII 4'IrrI- Iirrr- rr-II rr: rr .IIrrrI4.r' Il I: III-.lirrlw I. IIIIII- :rrIrI XYIIIII- I. ln-- IIJIII- I fl I ' ' 1 ' - I K H' l It' 'Q IIrr'Is' I',r-:ruIIr- I'--rr SIII1Ir'III I.--rrrI.-rw' IrrIr':rrrrIrr'rrIx 21. I, ""I'I" .I"I'4' I' .1 IU" I:' 'HI ,' IIIII I. l1r'rIIr'II I. SI rIr-rrl I.r4:rrIr-IK .'..rr. r. .-1.1.-I In.,-4 r:rrr.- .x- wr,-It I IIIIII- lj Irrrrfrel---. TI, frm- J fur., 3. r-..Irr1r'IrrI-3 rwrrr. 3, I. IrrIr':r- IiI:rIrr.rrr I """ I"'f- 'I' I' E I. 'I'r'r Y 3. II. I rrIIrr':rIf 3. .Z. I1IrII+Ifr: I.,-:rr Q rr IW- Ilrwe. S rrzr II If Ir I'IrrI- I 4IIr:rr'fI I. Ilzrrlir. 4'IIIII NA NN- lllmr' if l Xxx! I.rIr. IZ. Sr-rrrrrr J, IZIIII- :IrrrI XYIIIII- I 4Ir'IrIHAI,r-.wrrlnre H11-rr. I'rrrrrr, I. KI:rIrI:rrrr I I,-IIIIII'3P 1,--I 'IX r:Irr.- .-rr.r wrrrr.- I ' lr- '. . er. I.iIr. I. Sw rim 1'r-Irrr, II, I1 KI:rIri:rrrr Il IIIII4' :rrr4I XYIIIII- I1 Xllsrr' I"rwIrx:II I ' ' ' 1' ' IC. IZ.1Z.I1U"I- MINI. I, sr II II r- :rr Iizrrrrl I: 'Irv-II.-frrxr I'--Ir I'IrrI- I. IZIr:- :rr :I IrrIr':rrrrrrr':rI-- 31. I. ,WIII-K, 3 3: I3 I,,,I414:. I,.-IIII.-I-J 43.1, In I I'II4rI'IIN I, Mr rr- It. XXII III- I IiI:rIri:rrrr I-Irrrr-rr-II ,H H V.. 'I x' .I V- I 'I'r-rrrris 3, I'r-rrrl 4'IrrI- Sli IIINII 4'IrrIr 3 III""" N "'I' I'1'II"I" I"r-.-rr- II 1'IrrITAZI. 3 -1. fl-l.H,I,. I.: --I rrp.. zr- rr .lrrrrirrr I2 S.-rrrrrr' Imrrrr. I. KI:rIrI:rrrr 2, II. ICII- rrfn' I. IIIIII- :rIr4I NYIIIIII I fv- 4,1 Q-Y 7' fm 'Q 3 7 'NJ 9? ,1 ,G Clarence Jorgensen Irma Klampher Ulaeen Luvungston Thomas McGranahan James Martln Eugene Marx Bette Mortumer AVN yy ,Qi f 3 --r -Qt' qs Q6 ,.o"' -3 wud Leslle Kay Rose Lambert Milton Lynn Byrl McNeil Kenneth Mathews Louis Marx Edward Neher S ll nv- 'ur '7 WW7 450' -no an .gf Q-"1 'Sf ,4- L9 mfr as lan 'YN Cain! Loss Kaynor Arthur La Velle David McCracken Eugene Migers Janlece Matthews Helen Mlchaels Florence Nichols gk' ff'-Y -v 010 'Q' 'C"'7' v-sp' i' i 6' 1, "9" gf' Wk J' 0 Jack Kelleher Colem 'ln Ledbetter Horace McCracken Fred Marsh Joyce Mattson Adella Mallard Bert Nygaard 17' 186' 8 Thomas Kennxson Lavonne Lenz Ralph McEwen Frances Martin Jack Marx Beuli Mitchell Jack OConnor f T' 7 A 1 ' , . A ' vs '50 YV If I ' ,5- W 5, - N ,.. 2, Q' ' 5 gi., , J- K , -f - 1 ,dr IN I B' . v ' ' .4 A .4 P i ' ' 1 - , ' 5 Al R 9 A 'ft ' S ,, ' A 0 ' -V , 4. ,I sir J J I .41 J' A i 1 5 fe-' ' l Qi- 'P 1' . J 1' -. 6 lj 6 Jw . 1X .3 , 1 , Q L' I . 'Z . ,S VJ! f Q - ,w 1 . 4 1 ' ,,, 6 3 Q , lx QV L , . ,, sf I L". ' Q gr, v ' M. 2,11 . Q A .Z " Q ra S " - -1 ',, , 4' 1 L' K 4' ,f-K . M I I I L - 4 1 i , X 3 ' 1 ' ' 3 ' if v' v. . m - N.. , A of - ., J W , ' ff l ' ,fat -. .X ,' ' '5' -fi l l s U xx ,af S. Q, rg if ' Pg!! .1 3 . , " ' fit - , , f . 'f Oc-L.l1s11e1'. Henry l-11.11 1111- Q ' 1 lll11.11'XX1'1- utzkr tty 111 sv L:-O Schvmbel Bercrle chuoeder lN111o1 Shf-Iton Ivwv Snr- Non P2 Omoth. H.11'11lcl ovvell 111 P111 Mmgf aww y wrwklm eito Be Qlmffnnqtorw Ruth Sc: nsou Duck Onmtlx, Rohm-rt mwell H11 Pm:-cl :mst Schnelzly Mivy Seiton Ellen 9111101 N 'lx 'llllllbji 1 Own-11, A1111 P.lt1'11k, B111 l 11111 11111 111, 11 11 l,1,11 1 1 1,111 l111 1 1111 ll Dum 1 1 WU, L-1 1 meme: 1 Slullgy Betty 1e1gO,1 Qnlth R1V'1f S 1tzel Cle 1 I S1111 wxon ulw onfr Lo 1 P11 1, Br- lf' - , Al 11 P1 . 1 '11lLl Q1 ,le'y. M. '1ly11 RJHRA11. L 11- 1 1 A111-,111 1 11-1 1 .1,1, 1 1 - 1 " 1 lv - 1 1 111 11 1-1 1 ll1 N ' .41-. 1 1. 1 , 1 XI 4- . 1":. Q 121 l R.1x1 lf.-11, 1. -y, 1' -1'y .1 ,Er 1' R11-11.J411,1,, F-I13l1lJ111'q. V1f11n11 1,1 11,1 1'1'f1x1' 191111. H1 ' 1'l1-111 1'11111-11- ., 'l': 1 1-11111131 1 1'1!,,,, Q, '1'1, X 1 lx 1 ' Y- 'l'1" N l Y'l"'l'l' ' 1 1, 1 11.111 1 1 11 1:11.. 1-1.1 111 1 1: 1, ll .1 -11. 7 1, ,. 11.11. 13 Q 111-11 111111111 1,111.11 .11..-111 lxl.1l1.11- 1 ll 11 .1-l XXl 11 l 1 . ' S l ,bl , FIN I ' . .' F. Sm- , I KVA-13 Scl ' '. J l11- 111112 XXE.'1 4 S"11l1:1' l.1.11l1:9 1'l11111'.1 .1'l141f 5-1:,1,,1 13414, X 5'1g111' I 1'..1 J, 'l'1:1--X Q. -1 l'1,11 l'.'1l- L. XX-' 1-,,,- 1. I: 15 13,,: 1'111 'J 'l'1: 1-' 1-' ,X 3 1, LS111111 l.11. 1 1,,1111 1 1. l'11111 1' 11 .l'.1l,114 '. X1111'1 'l'111l' lf l1,1l,11g 3 111' f'11.1 1 lx 1 Q l' lf 1 X 11 S 1 1 11" '12 s. 11, my . . - 1. Sl . 13111 "l11'l'1X l- ll -'1lf 111111.11 V1-1.---1 l'1111.1 1"11l1 Q N111 1'l1111-11-- l,S1111l1l1'1'1' 1g,1,1,1 111.-11 J. XXX! l.111 I 11151111 1, lil11- .1111 1.1'1111'l1.l- l.S11.111 XX'l111 1 1-l11'l11111f XX' l, 71 E lx11l .11 ' - . 1 x Y l k , 1. ,1 , - 1: tl . J lim-11: . E. "!1l1' ' 'lV111.1 'l'111 1 1'l1-11 11 11.l "1 1' 1 11--111.1 "HN 1 S' 1111 1 ' l 1 '111 1 1 l'l1141f"1-- J1 1.1 1 1'11111- 2:4 1. 1111 1. 111111 I X211 "1 1- "1-N '1'111-11 1i 1 1 111 11..1 .1 1-11 l1ll 11' 12111 it 11 .1 11 , 11 1 1, 11.1111 11 1 11 l'1"l."-'l1 --V 1 l5'1"' Q '1'1111111":1:- l- l'1111l1111l' lll'1L'4'4' S11111111 ll1 N ll11 11111 11121 I 1 ,11111xXl11. 1 1 1 .11 111' 1- I l..1' -1 111' 11.11, 1:-.1 11111 ' XX1 1. L . dll. A . 1 sn c.. En-1 -f - ff sm fp 11 1 1- 1.1 X Q- :gl 1 1, 'l-'l1-V VW 11 1 1Y'7- 1:l11-.1.1 .Il 11, xw.-11111 1 11 .111.111111: 1. .1 5" ,""f' P1 ll'llf'l' - l 4.1.4, ,, . ld AAI, - V XIVMEV IINII: W: :Q 1,11'lX Vl,1.1: .'1 l':11 1ilv:11v. Q 'l'11 N 1- 1. '11 -Y 1. 1 11..1..11. 111111 11. 'lf 'I 'Nl' l!"'. ul: lv--111--11 ' '1'1-11111111.11 1 1 1111-1'11e1: fl' 1'1 H H, .N 1- Q' V111 11111 l. l1'1 N l l11l111l lll 1:1-11 'l:jll'l" '12 ff- W1 I'1'1' H-hw, 1. I1 12' ,, 1111l- l.w11:1111xl11 111 1.1. ,1 V1 Q, .1. x-A1 1,-1-. 1 ll li1l1' .1:11lXX'l111 l 11l1 lx111. l 1 ,,.-f ,1- 'bu- 'Y' gfs 25: Q A 43 .r-x X Y' 1 " 56- Mx 47" ,Gif T' 'ig' 25" N 'av ,-ff S ,G-A Ki' --1 ' I I Henry Oechsner Betty Pautzke Leo Fhsmussen Bercrle Schnabel Marrorre Schroeder Ivan Shelton Non1 Snell Robert Omoth Harold Powell Ernest Reed M-rry Schnebly Ellen Seaton Mac Smrth Earl Stallrngs H'1rold Powell Alma Powell Mwrgery Razey Franklrn Schnebly Betty Seaton Ruth Skrffrngton Drck Sorenson AG- l.:.br on Q- W .ff Rf A-1 34' 41... lu- '? R4 AG' S' '7 Ad1 Owen M'rrrlyrr Qurgley Jack Reed L1 Vare Scrrven Betty Shelley Re Vae Srnrth Cleta Strtzel T' .rs 'i '1'7 hm Bob Patrrck Dorothy Rankrn Vrrgrnra Rrchburg Jean Schrerner Bull Shelton John Smrthson Lola Stoner ra, Aa-Q-I ,f , ,fr N It - ti, xx sf r " 'J X up, 4 '75 -' f ' ' - N I I g 4' , , A I 3 A ,eg A X fy W . W .s - 4' z V r - N , X ' Q' 'i Y ' ' '-if , .9 A 'QF . lf V N 1 I l:,A A A V' ' 0 . 1' K ... - to 45 1 - 1 ' ' ' "' Y . 1' 4' 1 ' ,elif ' . ' 6 e il A X ' 13 1 A 5 a l fi' mf S 5 r s. :N L '- I of 3 -J ' L - . r 1 1 . -api -2 . 'rf' 'r -V' .Q , 4 A ll 734 4.'- if 255: :Q Y I , , V pagan i, ' 97,55 1 f ' fm 2 . m-P T All I O 'V 1 7 '-95" ' X , 5 J' , , -' ' Q.. V22 1 A lg L. . 1' . l' . ' 455 ' 5 Y Q v' L A to w' !f A ' vv- J J , I -V -A MJ . of X Yr l T S '- r .1 rg , ' I L, , 4 I 1 I ' f 4' ' 4 K s E A . N : r I x I 'X fav Lola Stoner Gllda Taylor Shlrley Tucker Stoner Lola Q 11111 ll X11111111.,1ILu 1 1 111 'l' lx 11111111 Taylor Gllda ll 11111 1 1 1 x 11111111 111111 11N 1 lm! 1 -it 8' Estellme Suess Bob Sweet Gladys Volgardsen Frances Wxlson Estellme Suess x 11111. l 1 11 X Thompson Gene 14111 s Tucker Shcrley Volgardsen Gladys F111111 '1 11 11 1111 0911 1 1111 f "ll 11111 11 N 1 24 Wrlson Frances 1 111111114 1111 1111 111111' fllllll 1 x h .1111 ohn Suver Betty Thomas Roy Wahle Marle Wllson Suver John li 111 1151 11111 Thomas Betty 11111111 I 1111 1 '1111111g,1 at 111 11 1 1 11 1 1 l e 1111-rw T 11111 1 S ll 11 1 1111 1111 Wahle Roy 1111 111 1 N r 1 Nluxn l-1 N111 11 GN 111111 11 ud111t 1 1 Ill 11 1 N 1111 1111 Wllson Marue 1 111111 Robert Svendsen Dlck True Ph1lI1p Walker Norman Wllson Gene Thompson Marlon Tucker George Walters Svendsen Robert Sweet Bob 1111 1 lll 111 1111 L,lll 1111 u True Dlck Walker Phllup 111111 l horux Xl11x11 1 11111 k 1 1 X11.11t Jlllllllf' C at 1 x S11ph1111101'1 '1 1 S 1 e 11 ll 111' Roxs 1 1111 1 H1 lmkx A 111111111111 lllf' 2 WIISON, Norman u111 11 1 x 4 Trac Tucker Marlan 11111 I I1 Walters George ll lllllf., u 1 1 11 1 118 1 x I A f 'Y 1' ' .: of 1, '. . rf, I A . K . I J . . 1'111111iI:1 il: I ' s IZ: 1'114I1'llS -1: .'111 "1-Its 'l'1':11-lc 15, Il, -11 l-'1 11- l-'. I". A. 23. 12. -1: '1'1':11-11 2. Il. 1 .' '- . 3: l'1i11I 4: Kl:11i:1111: l'I11t1-1'1-1l 111111 M: 1 "V 321 111- Sl -1 .111 11-2' rr 2. 12. '11 2: ri-Y 21, 4: :ls .111 1i111' f1' 111 1'i1- 11111 'als Il, tl. 1: .X11I- . lf' 5: 31, 'Is 'z fl, -1. lilus. 1: l'11l:111f . l1:'i11g' 2. Il, 4: l'l11ll1111g 12 211-11 l. Sl 111-111 L1-1 111-111-1'z1l - 1'.'1- 1' 'al 'I 'us 21: 1'1111r11s 4 'I'1' - 'l'1'i11 3: 1l"1.1 '31, 25 'Fri-Y :ic T111 ' f-u : M' - I1v111:1l1- 70 . 4 I'1: 'z 4: T ' J '-l': li'1'ls' 1485111 P01111 Vlllll 2, 531 H'- 4: Il i 1' 1 s' l4t'2ll.fllt' 1'1111. 2: St 11111-11 t Jil1kS 21 Klklllirlhl 4 1' 111. 4. . 1 1'1111. 2, 3, 4: 1" - C 21, 41 .'1- i 1' f'llll1. 4: KI: '1 4. ' " - 'ri 25 ,1'1'1s' Girls' FT . -1: 1 - lin 2, Il' 43 1 wh- 1'11 '111 ' .' 2, lil Y ll :111 4 L1-1 guf- C , 43 111111 ' rse- 1,1 2 gy 35 A Il, 41 1 1'l11. 2: 1111111 11111 XV1't- 1. I'1 ' P11111 2, 111 Hi- '-.' "2 21: A, S, H, M: ' ' 'Z UUA! rf th- Ji1 is 23 141211111111 4. l"1'1.'. 43 .Ill ' ' S12 1' ' C 71' UF Sl: SI 1 1 1: lfrs' V I' ' -'.I -' ' 1'1, , 2, 3, 4g llgtin 1.11. 2: C11 11 t 1'111l1 2: Hi-.Ii11k.' 21 'M' 1141 "ff V0 1 33 KI: 'z 213 111-l1:1t1- UI 1 ' 4' 111: 25 2, 3, 4, Pr- D-l Club' 2, I 3,3 21: 111-12A ", fl, 4. ' "1 'I' - 11:4 Cl: P1-1 ' 4 S t ' ll t L :111- l'11' 1111117 2, 3, 4: 1'1111. 3 '11, S11 ' 7 . -: Vla- 2, C13 I-'. F. A. 2, 3, i' 11, 4. 4. SENIDR CLASS HISTORY REVEALED Not only featuring quantlty but also quallty the senlor class of 39 sailed on to complete three of the most successful years 1n the history of Ellensburg Senxor Hlgh School Not belrv satlsfled to dominate one fleld of actlvlty as classes IH the past have we entered all actlvltles offered and came through with colors flying bnterlng as sophomores wlth an at tendance of over 200 the hlghest ever to enroll ln E H S to that date we were steered through the year successfully by the efflclent adusershlp of Mlss Margaret AddlSOH and Mr Paul Nelson Char acterlzed as the outstanding leaders of the year were Charles Carr all around athlete and presldent of our class Merrlll Haagen uce presldent Betty Kock sec retary and oe Hughes treasurer Spe clal event of the year was the Thanks glvmg vacatlon dance carrymg out the unusual theme of a monopoly board Ending a superlor sophomore year by monopollzmg posltlon on the track squad we as Juniors to be prepared for a more compllcated year as full fledged JUHIOYS To start the year wlth a flourish Hughes was named captaln of the foot ball team which IS an honor for any Jumor Fortunate again ln having ex cellence ln student leadership and ad vlsershxp Philip Walker actor and de bater was elected as president Eugene Magers co champlon rn state hrgh hurd les as vlce president Roy Wahle out standlng orator as secretary Mary OIIVC Bowman as treasurer with Mr A J Sen bel and Miss Claire Bemis as advlsers Next ln lme was the tradltlonal Thanks gxvmg assembly ably sponsored by us followed closely by the annual unlor Prom bearing the Hut Parade motlf which furnished much enjoyment for all those who were prnvlleged to attend The 38 Junlors again took the llmellght ln the fields of sports and dramatxcs with the electron of Norman Wxlson as honor ary track captain for the foregolng sea son by those who partxclpated at the dns trlct meet and Bette Mortlrner portraying the leading character ln the all school play Mlnlck We also supplied a large amount of the musical talent for the hugh school wrth Barbara Fxscher holdmg top honors while ln debate Roy Wahle and Phlllp Vvalker drew hlgh standlngs Thus drew to a close a most hugh lighted perlod as Junlors Brushing the dust off the door on Sep tember 8 l938 to lead the way for all the boastful underclassmen we seniors of 38 and 39 entered ln a gust of enthuslasm Realizing also the Importance of super lor student leadership and faculty guxd ance we selected the following to assist us through the struggle and strlfe that faces promlnent student as Presldent Merrill Haagen also Vice President ln our soph omore year agam Vice Presldent Bar bara Flscher outstanding muslclan as Sec retary and Tom McGranahan Treasurer with Miss Ruth Argall and Mr oe Koe mg who have proved thelr ablllty ln for mer years as advisers First on our pro gram for the year was the annual semor mixer glvmg the sophomores a chance to wear off their green lNext followed the Christmas assembly done rn the tableaux style Succeeding the assembly was the Sensor Ball carrymg out the Golden u bllee motlff Provmg to be the best yet ln the lme of never to be forgotten occaslons we are proud of the memories of our Sen lor Ball Closing a season of supreme rulershlp ln all llnes of actlvxty we seniors bld fare well to our Alma Mater and carry not only our hard earned dxplomas but many fond memories of happler hours ln E H S , ,, - Y . v . . 5 T . - . 1:5 +1 - ' . . v - L A . . - -Y ' ' v . . . . , - . . V. . . . ' Q I . , V' . . - . . v , . - 9 l , . . - ' ' all senlorsg George Alder, debater and , : ' . Y . . . - x y y D . . . Q i ' . . - 1 , . , . .. v - - Q , f ' ' ' Joe . . . . . - . - , . G . - l - X . ' . . . . - , l V . . ' .. , - . U . ' : , ' ' : V - . . A . . , . . . ' ' , . . 1 . . . . , , , 1939 SENIOR CLASS PROP!-IECY Wxth all due respects to cry stal balls we hereby prophesy for members of the Sen lor class of V939 that fifty years hence will md Apple Blossom prmce and princess Q oe Hughes and remmlscmg Apple Blossom days Harriett Hogue stall ohnme Bernner still glvmg a shy smrle when spoken to by the falrer sex aCklC Kelleher the handy man at the gurls semlnary ln Thorp Betty Qamozzv stlll knxttm Ray Breedlove tall man ln Barnam and Balley CITCUS Betty Thomas stall waltm for the gro cery store to close endorsm Camel cigarette ads Mary Babe Bowman playmg leads ln Broadway hlts Harold Powell stlll halllno' the fems wlth How IS my llttle flower today3 Ruth Sknfflngton replaclng Helen Wllls Moody TI-IE SENIOR CLA We the Ellensburg Hxgh School Senior Class m the year of l939 bemg of sound mmd and dlsposlng memory stout heart and rlch estate and bemg desirous of re membermg bountlfully and extravagantly our underclassmen who nt ha been our good fortune to know as fellow students do now bestow graciously and convey vol untarlly to our assoclates the materxal wealth of our gatherlng the rlches of our Good wlll the fortune of our best wxshes and the wealth of our kmd regard We Wnll The actlng ablllty of Phllllp Walker to erome Mundy The pep and personality of Helen M1 chaels to Vlrgmla Rodner The mtellect and vocabulary of Roy Wahle to the next A S B presldent ack Kelleher s ablllty to wm a letter m every sport to Wayne Pennington ohnny Smlthson stxll usm his clean hankles to wlpe lipstick off the other guv s gxrl and then Bmll fields world renowned for hrs dns covery of a serum to prevent lnfluenza Rowena Brotherton conductln classes ln poker playing Phllllp Walker polltlcal Boss of lxlt tltas Helen Mxchaels xo longe1 keepm the ro d hot to lhorp xs she IS l1VlI'l2 there Beula Mitchell stlll for ettlng her ll1Y pm Bob Butterfleld stlll breaklnv trilnlng rules Ardela Mallard world s champlon wom an athlete lVlerr1ll Haagen playxng golf for that heavy setness around the waist llne At the close of thls prophecy we wlsh to state that dlsbellef ln predestlnatlon wlll ease the pam for uctlms of our lmaglna tlons and we do sincerely wlsh a happy and prosperous future for ex ery member of the graduatmg class of l939 SS NAMES HEIRS oe Hughes abllxty never to lose a fllp of the coln at football to next year s cap tam Bob Patrick s oratorlcal ablllty to Leah Colwell Bull Flelds speclal pep assembly speeches to Tony Massouras Camozzy s and Haagen s ablllty to flght and make up to Dorothy Ball and Blll Hooper Barbara Fxscher s solo work to Phyllis Quigley jack Oconners hot trumpet to Bull Cllver as his startlng slgnal for all buses to pull out These are but a few of the small blts of fortune we are leaving to our under classmen ts 1 . I U. - t on . G , , . 3 ' . , , f' ' .' W - a 2: 3 ' ' ' A ,. 1 . ' I A D I LW K' - . Chuck Carr still smoking cigars and also ' ' ' g 'AY .. 1 ' , ' ' .. . . .. f - , - I - - l 7 . W K' . A . . V , - ' - . , 7 - . , ' ' s . - , . 1 I 1 - 1 I I 1 f . . D v ' - A . z l S C QU Ward Rasmus Ray Ellis Fred Seaburn Martin G1Ie Rutter Fred Lucas Beck Shelton IUNIOR OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Durlng thelr Jumor year at E. H S the class of l940 was very fortunate ln hav mg as nts leaders outstanding members of both the faculty and the student body As class advlser for l939 the jumors were fortunate ln having Ward Rasmus new member of the faculty and of the Fngllsh department A f t e r graduatmg from Whltman college Nl Rasmus private school ln Honolulu T H where he was Instructor nn speech Improvement Mr Rasmus has also studled all phases of stage work at the Pasadena Playhouse School of Theatre Fred Lucas commerclal department Instructor who Jolned the faculty ln l939 was also advrser of the Junior class M Lucas was Graduated from both W S C and Cheney Normal and has hrs Masters degree ln music Besides havmg taught at Wllbur and Palouse Mr Lucas played plano on the Orpheum Clrcult the same accomplnshment that made htm a popular performer at assemblies and programs throughout the year President Beck Shelton was chosen as a result of his outstanding personallty and partxclpatlon m actlvltles Beck was an outstandmg Junlor on the football team and has carrled thls talent on ln all school actlvxtxes When the jumors elected thelr vlce known member of the student body ln this offxce Gale acted as offlclal collector of class dues Secretary Raymond Ellls figured prom mately ln dramatlcs havlng taken part ln the all school play The Youngest and also dlStlHgLllShCd hlmself as a mem ber of the band and debate team Fred Martin treasurer of the class at tracted wlde acclaim when ln hls soph omore year he had the male lead ln the operetta Chonlta He was also a mem ber of the male quartet and actxve m F 0 y K . ' 'W'-F' ,om 9, , nf , , ,S . Y r. . . . . - taught at Estacada, Oregon, and at a president, they chose Gale Rutter, a well ' ' ' . r. - 5 . . . l . ' . . . , - ' - E F. A. ""' 451' F' an 1' 'ir 47 45, ' F ,,, 1 W-'11 1 1 ,ff as if Clayton Alford Dean Barrett Richard Bruce Bob Carpenter Elsie Coburn Jum Crrttenden 28 Q 95 r, L Charles Anderson Betty Baker Lloyd Berry Shlrley Blanchard Suzanne Buchanan Urla Budke Jum Carter M Chamberlam Mary Collett Edwin Cornwall Wlllard Cruse l.aVerne Dallman C -if Q! Y Normwn B1ker Doris Borg Carroll Burrage Everett Chandler Bonnne Cramer Helen Deaton ,sf 74 viz 11" .l Mary Barnes Marla Bradford Betty C1dy George Charlton Margaret Cramer Bernard DeGrave A X I -ff 12 Vurglnla Barnhart Calvin Bradbury L G Carmody Kyle Charlton Russell Creed Leonard Derahleau 'SJ' QU' 'fa 3 s 57' 'Sf' ga:- fr 'T' 'ai' gf' -BF' m4 'Y Margaret Dunnung Dlck Dunnmgton Evelyn Eckert Loss Ev'1ns Thorns Evans Jlm Farrell Florence Goebel Frances Goodrich Agnes Graff Robert Grove Shirley Hand Rose Harding Bob Hodges Loss Hodgson Bull Hooper Lucllle Hunt Phyllis Hunt Helen K1y A ,A af if ,fr ,df Bob Ellsworth Louise Forman Flenn Gregorv Bernadein Harrell D Huckenbottom Verne Hovelwnd Don How1rd Marlon Keene J1n1es Kelly Raymond Ellis Bette Fletcher Eleanor Green M lldred Emerson Betty Friend Helen Grove Lucille Hicks Beck Hubbell Betty Kelso 4 Y Ag J V ax ' 56 5 ,Q J L., - -: - 5 ., '17' F - I W ' A x X . I' 'f in f 0 v V X 1 1 K Q Y ' -P A .xg-7 1' , .L -,, -1 If .3 2 QE a in 3 t 'B , f -2 -L r 21, N73 5 'EMA I A . K E V 4 75 . 52, "' 5 , pf mf' ' f - ,--f 'ff 2, . v , .. - ir' 'o If , wi .le .L X Af. .A K ' E- A ' v 7, Q 'Ea A , fi , ' 6- T 43 L H 1 " L lf! 5 Ai 4 'X A kia J , l I Mfr -, '. A 'Q ' . 'I I vm ,cr YQ-BQ 'B' ,af is Bernlce Kung June Lenz Kenneth Lowe Bob McKee Fred Samuel Martm June Moore 30 f. i 37 '? iff N9 AP .- Howard Kmkald Roberta Leslle Lyda Lundgren Francis Magers Josephine Metcalfe Pearl Mountjoy -9 'Y -2' -1 68. ax 'W' X.g,x. Q fvv "3 1' s N1 N? -in N-:Y IS .f 'Q' John Lambson Norman Lewis Duck Matthews Isabelle Markham Kathleen Muller Bull Minton Phyllis Nelson Norma Nevins Betty Kinney Ruth Lehr Bob Lunstrurn Rose Manners .1 Pearl Lambson James Llpscy Beverly McCartne Irma Mason Eleanor Mitchell Warren Nichols -Q- inxmf. Y fx .4 l L ,X 06' .1 .ld Sture Larsson Ayleen Lnvlngston Jerry McCumber Fred Seaburn Martin Laura Molsee Ray Omen . ' . 'Q 1 l , Ls To 1, 'V X l at 1 . 1 , J - K J f K K . I ,Z A- l Q? K 1 f 5' I 18. , ft I c In . .- I A Q5 33? H , ,-Q 5.3 4 Z , ' 1, 'D 4 A 3 1 - 1 'f ' ' a I X. : , 4' , " :ia V A ' av: of ' ! 1 . f J v" X h , ,L iq . ,, , N 3 4- e B Q '37 Jr " , Q I 'liz if ' ' 1 ,, ' 9 ESI' L . X I 1. A :Q VF uf 3 , lb, - K af' ,- AJ e ., ,. L ra , J 1 'ar .. 4 C, - X . n 4 fl, 1 ' I P A I Yi . , , . . E A ,W N ,Q f I 1 -' - - i - 'J A 1 L" N K -A I I X , ff 9' -wa, - ill ,. , ' ' f 1 'N - A . 'I 4,5 , . 45 , 4 ' ' ' A' ex 'J ' , "L 1 '4 . V' 9 ' 'IV x l A ' K I af 16 Vlolet Oakl1nd Jack Palmer Mary Phelps Francis Ralson Clara Robblns Dorse Schnebly 35 35? ,7 "? sa? N 353 ,av 7 Freda O Le1ry Elizabeth Pars pu A5 'Ulf' 6 4' A-I ,ff -' -Q . T' ll . an 9 Leah Olson James Olson Margery 0t1 el Mary Pattlllo Vlrglnla Paulson Bob Pautzke Ed Pllllngs Eileen Pllllngs Raymond Plnney Mary Pott Walter Rappuhn Lonnue Rasmussen Jam Rlchardson Marvin Rukansrud Bull Robertson Many Robertson Jam Ross Gale Rutter Edna Mae Schnebly Louis Scholl Beck Shelton Russell Shevman Harold Owen Helen Peterson Zlta Powell Charles Robbins Olnver Schell Eduth Short 31 .3 Q 1 8 ' Q f- l , ' 5 "' , "" 15 1. 3 4 . , I t lv -9 ' . . , 7 ' 53 f- ' ' fi. Y 'lb ' r 1 45 - X S: x ' A, A 1 ' S ff 1' .. , -M V , o f I I ' V gf: ,nu v A W I A - 1 f 2 - - 'R a 0- . 4 W 6 I1 ' t ' . f Z pf x., 5 , , Y 2 A - A I A Q., , ' v iw N fa 'U 1- Q ., sr gl -1'4" 'M ', 4- M Q 4 w a ,J 3 . ' 4- ' 'af -f 'vi , W l y 4 r' , 4' A ' '17 f., -4- ras. 1. . 9 ,., 1, i C E f 4 f ' ' we rl ln, Q - A SM ' 0 L l' gk i pl' Q '. y ul 1 V , A , ' t 1 I - .3 -7 - A E an Q: V , Q M ri xx W 1 3 5 4' af, its ' ' V H , L2 'fir' A6 ' 4? af' 1-' 'sr T Mlldred Short Dana Senbel Katherme Sumons Gertrude Sklffnngton John Smut Dvck Smlth St n Sorenson Mary Staup Bruce Stlckney Gerald Stougard Ednell Snell John Sonner a Emery Taylor Wlnnlfred Taylor Jean Thompson Kerwm Thompson Joan Tyler Marjorie Upton V W II Harvey Vaughan Ann Weaver John Webb :vlan e s Carl Weyand Orpha Wlllls Norma June Wilson Bob Bender .32 -a n , Q.. T, , , . . -,,A 'r", his -' , l 'fa - V 4 1 Q la k ,. ffl N1 f ,' Qi, : gg. ff 3 3 l Q44 , 'sf Q ' A . , ,gg 1 459- 1 ' P H ,I . 4 5" l N K T 5 8 .A ' I f ' A IUNIOR CLASS B After very successfully completlnx., a brllllant sophomore sear at rllensburg Hlgh School throuvh whlch they were led by Duck Dunnmgton Don Howard Bette Fletcher and erry MCC umber as class offxcers the jLll'llOl'S of V939 marked thelr past year vuth many outstanding actlvl les as a continuance of an old custom at glvlng Day assembly as their first official oroductlon of the school year Surrounded by murals of natlve lxfe and an atmosphere fllled with the sweet strumming music of the Hawauan lslands the annual prom was sponsored by the jumors for the semors and a few sopho mores The Banana Sllde and Hula Swing were favorxtes of the dancers who were gally bedecked with natlve lets ln the Junior class there were an un usual number who frgured prominent ly ln extra currlcular actlvltles ln the hlgh school bad orchestra and chorus the Junxor class was adequately represented Three members of the Trlple Trio Shlrley Blanchard Eleanor lVl1t chell and Freda O Leary dnd exceptlonal vocal work Outstandmg ln Journallstlc work were OASTS PROGRESS ack Palmer and Walt Rappuhn who were assisting edltors of the Klahlam On the cast ofthe all school play lhe Youngest were the names of four Jumors who not only this year but ln their sophomore year were outstandlng dramatlcs Raymond lc llls erry Mc Qumber Mary Qollctt and Rose 'Vlan ners representmg the Jumor class were Ray mond Ellls and Kyle Charlton both of whom went to the annual state debate tournament at Tacoma and made ex cellent showmgs for themselves The prlde of the Junlor class ln sports was Eddne Plllmgs all around athlete who starred durmg the entlre football season The junior class was represented by such outstanding members of the basketball teams as Bruce Stlckney Bob Bender and Stan Sorenson of the Bull dog squad and Harvey Vaughan and Duck Smlth of the Bullpups Led by Beck Shelton as presldent Gale Rutter as vice presldent Raymond Ellls as secretary and Fred Seaburn lVlart1n as treasurer and with Mr Ward Rasmus and Mr Lucas as class advisers the class of l940 spent a most outstanding Junior year at E H S , - , , J . . v Q 7 I ,,, . , ' '4' . I K : -I J' 'I - L .. . . E. H. S. the juniors sponsored the Thanks- Leading debaters of the V939 season . . .. ' I , . . . . l l ' ' n . . . SOP!-IOMORE HISTORY X group of cheerful ea er and carefree students wan dered dlIlllE'NSlY about seekxn new adxentures After CTOSSIDU the thre hold ot ood old ll ll S lqhl the flrst d xv of school these none other than the sophomores Xlot knowln the sor rows and cares the trials and trlbulatlons of 1 more adult world they have worked to the utmost usmt, thelr orxvlnal Ideas to IIIIDTONS and pep up our Atlma Mater more Hop was LIVCD as their flrst social actlvlty to acquaint the sophomores with upper classmen with popular musxc as the theme Besldes doing many other thlngs which are too numerous to mentlon they held therr own rn the art department Patrlcxa Stevens and Peggy Charlton are the Rembrandts of the class The sophomores wxll haxe muslc wherever they go lf Vera acobson or lmmy Holt are around We flnd outstanding sophonlores also ln the field f sports ohn Curry ohn Pooler and Wayne Pennmgton ex cel m football Our future basketball stars wall be lm Shelk Sorenson Flash Balyeat and ohnny Massouras ln track there IS Frank Turner Don Schaake and Everett Balyeat Finally ln tennrs we have ohn Massouras and anet Lowe as promlslng stars of the courts The sophomores were led through thls year by their capable advnser Mass eannette Twyman and their offxcers lm Sorenson president ohn Pooler vlce president Dorothy RlChaYdS0n secretary ohn Massouras treasurer and Dorothy Evans sophomore representative , ' A... -lv 3 ' , V X S 2 1' h s 'gr '. ...' 's, 2, .' I 51 ' 8. 51' A v . g t- - 4 , . h. K, ' 'rs' , ln return for the Senior mixer. a dance, "The Sopho- J J' - . . S . . O - J ' . 1 . ' R - J. ' . C J V . - . 1 ' . 2 J . : num- 9 it .51- ,vs sd' Miss J Twyman Jlm Sorenson John Pooler Dorothy Richardson John Massouras Sophomore Class Dfhcers and Advisers The sophomore class was ably led through this year by the proven her ablllty as an adviser and to whom the sophomores owe a great deal m getting a good start ln E H S After flnlshmg his eighth grade work at Damman grade school lm Sorenson enrolled here as a nlnth grader During this same year he was lmtlated mto the unlor Hx Y and also gave one of the honorary speeches at the nlnth grade gradua tlon exerclses ThlS year he has made both the basketball and football second teams ohn Pooler entered the jumor hugh school as a nmth grader ln 38 and smce then has become a well known and liked per son among hls fellow students Besldes holdlng the sophomore vlce presldency he was sophomore manager of the basketball squad Dorothy Richardson dlstlngulshed herself ln the seventh grade by being one of the only two seventh graders 0bt3ll'llY'lg necessary quallflcatlons for the Honor Soclety that year Then In the elghth grade she again came mto prominence when she was elected secretary of the Cxrls Club and also yell leader for the jumor hngh school while ln the nlnth grade ohnny Massouras that treasurer with a wmnmg smlle has been an active participant ln athletlcs throughout hrs sopho more year He has taken part ln basketball and track and IS a member of the unlor H1 Y Q' .. C15 N- , , X 4 ::. Q' ' n - . V- ' -x , -f l 5 f Y ' '. L ' Y' 5' I ai: , x . xy . L . Q 3 , . - - advisership of Miss Jeannette Twyman, who in past years has A y J. 4 1 . . . A Q I . J ' - . J 1 n'. . Q I I . I ' , . J . .- - rvwfrhi if Louls Bonjlornl Cornelia Anderson John Arnles Loulse Bvazll Everett Bwlyeat D Allen Dora Brehm Kenneth Briggs Vernon Becker Bennett Jim Barrett Doro 1y al Rose Mary Bungev Ju1nnt1 Borgnmn Allce Byis 'nlruw :own Bverly B1ll Paul me Blevke Eleanor Blelen L1ved1 nett Cwalles Chise Jick Driver, Ciros Dlllon Ernest Dunc1n Jack Davis Tom Ch1ndler John Curry Clovis Ch1rtr1nd Bob Cook Harriet Dosey R1y Charnple Don1ld Dun cwn Annie Caro Norma Cook, Betty Jo Chwmple Leah Colwell Janet Cat Inn Peggy Charlton Verna Drake Raymond Hinsen Leona Evens Juan Ita Hays Paul Hanks John Hawthorne Gene Henderson Claude Hawkins Jack Ford Glenn Goodrlch Nlelletta Fuller Jack Gordon Eldon Engel Phyllis Ettles Bob Grlm Lyle Garnet Barbara German Dorothy Evens Mildred Graff Velma Glbson, Ruby Eaton Eva Mae Faust, Marjorie Erickson L. I. , . Bill , ' ' . ' tl at I. V -, . . eg . B- . e I . , . - Barrett, Mary Baldassare, Elva Bar- l ' . . 1 ' . I . I 1 Ray Hrnkle George Krng Jack Keene Harvey Knutson Lester Howdley Lynn Larrmer Jrrnnry Holt Wwllace Lrpsey Russell Kennrson Fudge Johnson Bob Hornbeck Gay lord Jones Carman Krerdel W1yne Johnson Phrllrp Kern Lloyd Knox Dorothy Huss ls1beIle Jensen Alrce Jensen Lucrlle Jensen Vera Jacob son Ruth Jacobson Murrel Hogue Delbert Mrtchell Lours Nrchols Jack Maynard Brll Nunley Jerome Mundy Wally Mrnnre y Wayne Mathers Walter Mrner Bob Neher Fred McDowell Mary Marx Janet Lowe Alice Lenz Betty Lee Newby Dorrs Mead Buddy Mason Betty Love Lorraine Lrtterer Evelyn Mathews Lura Mrtchell Beitrrce Mrtchell Dora McCullough Kath errne Marshall Warren Ortman Darrell Ringer Tom Pattrllo Phrleni Robrnson Bob Put nam Jrm Patas Tom Rugby John Pooler W'1yne Pennrngton June Pomeroy M a r y Passmore Jrm Oechsner, Francrs Reed Dorothy Richardson Phyllrs Qurgley Leon1 Mae Patterson Violet Ras mussen Pennrng on Alrce Qurckswll . . . . . 1 v 1 - v C s - 4' - V v v ' . ' ' ll . Johnny Massouras. Virgil Newman, u - , 1 I . , . - 1 V I b - ' 1 C h 1 1 1 , ' - A . I r i S A t , ' . ig is 1 38 1 Brll Schnebly Don Schaake Don Spurlrrrg Joe Seth Don Stoner Jrm Sorenson Roland Schultz Nom Mae Smrth Helen Pope Addre Spurlrng Marrlyn Strerchan Mary Sorenson Cleone Srrrrth Pat Stevens Harmon Vvrlson Walter Wrlson Max -5 Ty er Jack Trarnor Bob Wrllrams v Z non Valm Brll Wrlson AI Wrr ht Frank Turner Charles Wllson Esther Peterson Wlnrfred Webster Marrlyn Vernon Mary Tess: Bob Wrnes QQ Zrnk Clarre Tantlrnger Lors Taylor Nlrldred Walters Lorralne Wrcken burg THE SOP!-I0 ORE I-IOP Wrth brrllrant spotllghts playrng upon the decoratrons of red streamers and bars of musrc whrch carrled out the theme of Popular Songs at the annual Sophomore Hop on the eve nmg of October I5 the brrght taffeta and srlk frocks of the gurls added a gay note of festrvrty whrle the surts and sport clothes of the boys presented a more mformal note Delrghtful musrc was furnrshed by a new oreanrzatlon ln our school a dance orchestra composed of hrgh school stu dents lwhese swrngsters headed by Vera acohson were Lawrence Demmert lierth Hrckey ack OQonner Wally Mrnnrelly and Arthur Demmert from the college Durrng the rntermrsslon rce cold pop was sold at the cafe terra counter A charmlng quartette composed of two pairs of srsters Mary and Frances Pattrllo and Peggy and Shlrley Blanchard sang Reverle and Srmple and Sweet Mary Barnes gave a short humorous readrng The dance sponsored by the sophomores and given rn honor of the senrors was a wholly successful affarr . I I X 1 r A' 6 . V K nn , ' r V Y . K A' I r 5 f 5 ' . ' . . K if! t - I V L lf' , . Nw . if . . -h I -.. - 6 , -' L ff' 1 P 1 ' 'Y ' e ' , ' ' . 'Ag . Ir- ' . l i . U ' . ' '. Z - ,- - -9 --, " Marie Thayer. Mary. Townsend. Joyce N Q r Q , 1 ' ..'P ' 'L' . ' " 1 , 'A t 1 I 7 , L V - , S ' . A 1 r- ' . . . ,' r ' . . W v . , . 1 L K A. K ' ' AA - vv 5 f . . J . - . . r , F . . . 1, , . . , . NINTH GRADE Howard Bennett Vrctor Bourllon Brll Bunger Junror Bessesen Drck Bold mg Darrell Borg Jack Be1n Davrd Baker Sammy B1ch Boh Ballard Jrrck Borce Fred Barrett Bob Brner Dewey Barnes Gerry Atwood Robert Bros wrck Audre Baker Maxrne Borce Ardeth Anderson Coyleen Allen Esther Britton Peggy Blanch1rd R1 ph Charlton Don'1Id Doak Wrllre Clenvrns Lee Davenport Leo Wolfe 1 Burke Lorne Dunning Ralph Conway Lloyd Cargo Omar Bun klenran e lcra Chandler Selltar Carrnpbell Grlbert D'lW lola hurch wr a Curr C eo Carlson Eleanor Chandler Mar garette Clerf Phyllrs Dlllon Frances Colwell Manford Hansen Homer Ford Bob Folsom Eugene Faust John Erlrng Johnny Hacks JG1r1 Goettge Edward Heger Ruth Ann Fuller Katherrne Frrend Kerth Hohenshelt Beth Hwnnem-rn Corrrne Farrell M rjorre Errckson Mdry Hull Jare l-lender-son Donald Helfer Dorothy Grrm Lors Herdelberg Pewrl Fre ds Ethel Halstead lla Evens Betty Fuller Nlarre Ford .I 1 ' . 1 , ' 1 . f . De Pct . V . F l' ' . 'f . . Sarah Mae Dellany, Doris Driver. v' C - . T 'r -y, r Fl" " K ' C V. - A . r Y r crt V ne r rn Ray or qenson Davrd Jensen ul ard Harry Kuckens Mar Leavett Ruth Loss Ethel Mathews Eva 'Vlae Hughs anr L rrne Loan Lorarne Krnkard Margaret Kluck Vergl rwell Vernrta Markham Mary Hooper Ford Hoke y B ri a How r Je ette Matten ta May Kathryn at Mundy Stanley Palmer Bert Nuckles Danny Muller George Pless Joy Nygaard Kenny Malotte Drno Patas Thomas Mon ell Frank Omstead Vrctor Monocellr Frances Ota Fran ces Pattrllo Alma Patterson Ltcrlle M Elfresh Maxrne Noyes Margaret Nrcol Warren Nelson Gertrude Nonnennaclaer Mary Lee McCIare Mary Mrller Marjorre Pat erson Maxrne McCorrnrck Angelrne Palnrrero Betty Lou Nelson Cecrle Rachelle Melvrn Brown How ard Rapp Truman Wrnegar u gene Eckert Darrel Reynolds thur Paul Jrrn Robertson Harvey Anderson Mary Schell Lawrence Moree Dorsey Schnebly enewreve Rogowskr Peggy Sackett Nancy Lou Robertson Eugene Ring Doreen Rrce Joyce Schaefer Never a Ruta Rose Lorrarne Sc naebel L Il a Plochower Kathleen Peterson Jean Plunkett Mrldred Rarson Loretta Pooler Brll LZlT1D3'.. er Jo'd' . . J '- Pa Mill. ' . , . 'y Earl KI: pher, 0" lt, '- Mary Mnllo . awarx a'd. arr- . , Al . . , . ' Krryrror. June Lance, Gloria Krrrney Pr . 1 f '. 02: i. l 'Q K 1 ' . ' 1 ' iv r ' l t . it ' - I - V - AI- . V ' V K . G " '. . ' . er. ' , ' '. as F Il, 'g . ' h r . i i n 'tZ, Chet Suver Bob Thompson Ray St'rnley Jick Smut Darl Taylor u Clerf J'1n1es Kryger Vrrgrnra Tallman Vernon Stokes Charles Thiyer Maurice Young Buster Carlette George Twylor Junror Weatherford Don Vretzke Lourse Ann Weaver Je'1n Webb Ruby Shuey Margaret Webster Dorothy Wheeler Beartrrce Stew1rt Floyd Woodrwlss r r Irs Enl Shernmn Jean nette Sweet Rose Marne Schultz M1r1orre Vamderwall Vrrgrnra Wrl son June Wlllranrs Errzibeth Thompson EIGHTH GRADE Joe Hanks Norman Dobson Bob Dlx on Charles Clemans Zella Cornwall Bob Blanchard Geor e En elbrrtzen re Collmar Br y Frost Wr a French Dorothy Cook Brll Daw son Marrlyn Fulton Vrrgrnra Ann Crump Glenna Busby Mary Dun nrng Bob Earlrng Donald Daw Rrchard C'rry Bully Frrchette Juanrta Bung er Jam Edwards Mary Buchanan Dorothy Hall Lucrlle Gay Myrtle Fred Helen Evens June Ellrott Irma Cady Archy Andreohl Loren Barles Jrm Carmody Joe Andreohr Wallace Borce Bery De Boer Clark Hanson Lawrence Buck Douglas Alfred Kennneth Barrett Duck Chandler P'rul Baldesare Herbert Barkulon Carl Carnaratw Utana Barrett Artha Allen Bessre Borden Phyllrs Bar nett Ruth Broswlck Donald Bean Edna Alderman Dorothy Borgman Malsena Alderman Lors Bryan Vrr rnra Baker Janrce Baker Lor rarhe Barnard B d . 4 , " ' ' F ed w'r' . 'd - -. . - A . .9 Q ' A . Jean Christie, Junror Green. Nlrld- d , Arr I. 'ld QQ' -. " .' - Glenn Lewls Ralph Lunstrum Alvln Koester Harry Jackson Teddy Leavitt Duane Harvey Kelth Lowe Vlola Marshall Ben Hacks Clmton Johnson Herbert Hjelm Tracy Kung Jo ce M1rteu Lell1 Leila Marshall Puulme Mwrsh Maujorne Jensen Betty J1ckson Miry Jergens Wlll adene Lamb Alfred Kukes Jay Manely Charlcla Mason Marjov IE H1wthorne Mary Jane Harrls Lena Nlae Jensen Carol Jones Ven H1 Mason Mmjovue Mason Nl'llj0ll8 Lehr Bully Salley Walter Mathers Mlckey O Don1hue Rosella Nelson George Rugby ally Mwndevvllle George Mittson Eldon Platt Aldon Nevens Marjorie Crwcken Mason Pless Fay Smith Pearl Ras mussen Je1n Omste1d Juanlta Ol son Loulse Nuchmand Betty Puck en Walter Phelps Gall Powell Edwwrd McArthur Shirley Sums Dor othy Rue Norm'1 Reed Alice Rik ansrud Evelyn Pennington Marn Plckens M1ry Robbins George Nelson Pat Wells Joe Wat son Marvm Wyatt Charles Scott Glenn Stokes Jay Vaughn Donald Webb George Shuey Ruby Kung Dorothy Waite Erla Under wood Glyde Shelton John Turner Byvl Stevenson Teddy Wright Lols Vernon Marjorie Uebelman P1t Sterling Elsie Solberg Rodney Van Allen Buddy T1yIor June Watterson Lucille Wines Frances Wlllnams Esther T1nlllnger Mlldred Truhllcka Flora Wines Althea Sleh Donald Schaef . . . . , . Y 1 N 4- ' . L K 1 N v 1 v L I ' 1 . 1 ' A . - "- z 1 4 'I N v K X x I K , v B 1 ' ' . 1 , Robbins. Doris Reed, Marvin Mc- . V G 4 v I ' . . 1 . - 1 1 . - I ' v 1 I l I' . . v I ' . v n ' . . A V. - ' v I . , I . 1 1 I K' I 1 . - 1 . , 5 - CI' SEVENTH GRADE Pa sy Baskett Bonny Bells Ben Alder Wrlma Bowers H-rrold Drn ear Wallace Drllon Bob Bonjornr Ben Farrell Marjorie Curry Patty Colwell Henrretta Dea ton Betty Byas Clarence Buchan an Jean Shuey Terry F1rrell Howard Evens Richard Fischer W1l ter Bites Fred Drake Wrllram De oer Ray Bach Johnny Chunn Fr'rnklrn Atwood Arun Busby Dorothy Brotherton Earne F'1rrst Dorthalene Roachelle Betty Lon Ettles June Cr1mer Barjorre Rog ers EII1 M1e Cross Betty Betz Junror Kontos Pauline Gamble Ker mrt Hwl Robert Joyner Sammy Krerdel Alfred Hanson Rrch1rd H'ruser rlly Hicks Betty Howell Marle Han Kluck Marjorre Hanks Betty Jor genson Florrdel Mrtchell Tomm Garvey Jimmy Kontos Teddy Leav rtt Leslie Hauser Melvrn Hunt John Gage Betty l-l1rt Joyce Johnson Dorothy Hanks Erleen Fronk Maxlne Feronlm Betty Gram Ruth Marne Harrrs Vlola Gapen Kirk German Dean Nrckolson Howard McDougall Ralph Pope Arthur Smith Boyd Mathers Wrlbur Lowe Junror Mm or Roland McDanrel James Henry Nelson Kenneth Moore Dean Nrckolsen Howard McDougall Bob P1ssmore Donald OLe1r Royce Chase Alma Osburn Doro thy Mehr Alma Jean Powers Jrm my Nelson Bull Newby Earl Ras mussen Jerry Petrlch Adelee Rounsavrlle Lors Mundy Barbara Mundy Marr lyn Kensel Shrrley Rlssenberqer Loretta McEntyre Laverne O Nell Rozella Olson Donald Powell t - , . A 1 A v C ' . r 1 1 N ' 1 l ' 1 1 1 1 1 V I I I 'r K ' 1 , v 5 I ' B , A . 1 I . . , l ' . - r ' K ' . . v ' , 1 C 1 F . K I ' A' . . . t . B' ' , . ' . - son. Sherwood Falsom, Margaret . n I . ' 1 h , y F I 1 1 . . - , , . . H . . 1 - . , ' I 1 , ' 1 y. . 1 ' 1 1 v ' . . - - . H . . tanton Smart Franklln Srnlth Davrd Standley Ida Robunson Richard Thomas Wllluam Gleason Wllllam Walker Edwin Wnckenberger Leo Schnud Margaret Schell Rxchard Simmons Twonms Snell Johnny Zlel Betty Wlllnms Sara Turner Patrlcla Wall Clava Wnlson Peggy Vletzke Jean Svenson Ted Sherman Chick Sh1nnon etty Hughes Frances Whlteman Irene Vanderwall Jean Marne Schul Ier June Wyatt Bernice Scrlvens Lorrame Wulllams Dorothy Tallman Iunlor I-hgh Proud of I-hstory ln the fall of l930 the new Ellensburg Junlor hlgh school whlch had been under constructlon for a year opened xts doors to four hundred seventh ewhth and mnth grade students Previous to thls tlme the seventh and elghth grades had used the thlrd story of the hdlson school as the Jumor high school M ess Mllls who had been prmclpal smce l928 was trans ferred to the new bulldmg The flrst sectlon of the building cost around Sl69 785 without mcludlng the athletxc fleld and playground Thls sec tion was purchased later and cost approxlmately SlJ 000 The new sectlon WhlCh was added ln l937 cost SIBO 000 complete with equlpment The name Morgan was not glven to the school untll four years after 1ts establlshment The name was selected to honor Mr H Morgan commonly called Pop who was prm clpal of the hugh school for some tlme ln the year l936 lt was decided that more room was need ed and permission was finally secured to make an addition work being started ln the spring of l937 Thus addltnon lnclud ed a new gymnasium home economlcs departments shop rooms art studlo sclence laboratories and numerous class rooms Much of the cost was pald ln cash and the project was entirely lndependent of the W P A The faCllltlCS of our Morgan JUHIOI' hxgh school are consld ered as ranking among the best nn the state Since our build mg IS located so close to the hlgh school there IS much mter changing of classes and faCllltlCS between the students Some of our teachers are old timers that IS have been here ever smce the bulldxng was erected Mr Mills was prm lpal untll the beglnnlng of the sprmg of l939 when he took leave of absence to complete his Doctor s degree at Stanford UnlVCTSlty Mr Lannes Purnell former coach and boys gym teacher took his place as pnncxpal for the remamder of the year Morgan Junnor hngh has proven as the people who enter nts doors can readlly see that a bulldlng can xmprove as the years advance l 1 l I Q . V ' v V ,, K . I. I . , L I 1 . '. 1 Q V V C -e I ' B . V 4 L , - , K A , tx I I l o , , . D - . , R r.j , . - , , . . . , . , . bl. . , , - , - . , , Y , , . - , Y - .. . ., . , . - , , . . 5 . . . . . , , , , ulml1f" num u u u IIHIINIII IIIIIIQI mnumuu llllllll U- I ACTIVITIES As It covers such a varlety of subjects the soclety section of the newspaper IS wldely read by theater goers members of the soclal whlrl and muslc lovers and has grown mto one of the most essentlal SBCIIODS of the modern newspaper In the I939 KIah1am as ln the newspapers the SOCl6ty ectlon covers the muslcal ac IIVIIICS the ever lnterestmg drama reports and the records of the numerous social events of the year These sectlons have been treated ln a manner that brmgs them to you wrth plc tures as well as words thus preservmg for you for future years the pleasant memories of I939 atE H S . va I' qv ,ax I I , I , '-Nfl K ' .. . " 1 .W I .. . .... . .... . .... ' 1-. 99" .,v- Il. IJ, , :Z - 'I . .. , . ' 1 . .. . .. . , . . , 5: ' ' - . , - , , , 36 ,Q Half' A 36 Charles Carr Mary Barnes Duck Dunmgton Mr Brown Dorothy Evans Roy Wahle A S B OFFICERS Roy Wahle Presldent of our A S B future bram truster led us ln our actlvltres ln E. H S this year of 38 and 39 We pay Roy the hl hest compllment of all h was lxked by ALL the students DlCk Dunnlngton Vlce Presldent Duck havmg led the way for the unlor class durlng junior hugh days was the logical cholce for VICC president of the A S B Mary Barnes Secretary Efflclency persomfled Shorty Barnes fulfnlled all expectations m her offlce of secretary Charles Chuck Carr Treasurer We dont know what Chuck knows about flnancxal matters but we came through all right with no deflclts Fine work Chuck These offlcers took charge of all A S B meetmgs and composed the student councll CI Q0 .6 49 4f', 35, .ff Loss Er: kson Miss Hamnlton Eleanor Mitchell Mary Bowman Nona Snell GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS One of most prominent and actlve organxzatlons of the stu dent body the Clrls League brought fame and fortune to the E H S by the Central Washlngton Girls Leavue Con ference held here ln March The theme was The Wide Awake Girl m the World Todav whrch was carried out ef fectlvely by speakers group meetmgs and decoratlons Four repre entatlves were sent to the Trl State Conference ln Walla Walla and the regular actrvltles Back to School Nights Mothers Day tea Chrlstmas boxes and Non Dancmg Partles and Dances were carried out wlth the Girls usual flDCSSC Pep and cooperation among the four dxvlslons Social Drama Athletic and Service were more abundant than ever IH the struggle to obtain membership ln the highest honor soc lety Triple E. ThlS year s offncers an exceptionally competent group were Marv Bowman President Nona Snell Y Ice President Eleanor Mitchell Secretary and Lois Erickson Treasurer with Mass Florence Hamllton adviser who has had the Job for three years now and really IS swell 3' -ew -36 Jack Kelleher Mr Brown Eugene Magers Rex Deasy Joe Hughes BOYS LEAGUE OFFICERS The Hxgh School Boys Club has long been an mstltutlon rn our school and whlle not very actlve ln recent years t has helped brlng about many changes The Boys Club of flcers although having llttle to do this year nevertheless held qulte an lmportant posltlon ln the student body as representa tlves for the students and as organizers These boys were Eugene Magers Presldent ack Kelleher VICE President oe Hughes Secretary and Rex Deasy Treas urer The year s Boys Club held only a few meetings practically rts only duty being the annual supremacy contest Boys have other actlvltles that tend to make their club less Important to them than the Cnrls club The feature of the Boys Club actlvltnes was the Older Boys Conference held here early ln the year wlth delegates from Wenatchee Yaluma Prosser and qelah The two day confer ence had a well rounded program featuring a banquet movles and dlscusslon groups r' ' P 1 I I l l :Q .ev 453' ' 3- It V1 K ,sl S S 4 I 1 ' . ' : J , :J . : . - TRIPLE E The Triple E IS an honor soclety for gxrls who are outstandmg 1n SCYVICC Scholarshxp and Leadership Thirty gxrls thus year have earned the requlred number of pomts to obtam membership With Bette Mortlmer president Ayleen Llvlngston vlce president Lols Erlckson secretary treasurer and lVI1ss Florence Hamllton faculty advlser the club has sponsored the annual Trlple E Tolo a school dance has ushered at all basketball games and school actlvltles and has made Itself known and re spected by all students and faculty members SENIOR COUNSELORS The student onentatxon problems were partlally solved by the Semor Counselors who acted as bug sisters to all new gurls IH our school Lach mem ber was assigned one glrl to advlse whom she mtroduced to everyone ac quamted her wlth the school and gave her any asslstance durlng the year that she might need as problems arose A part and dance were glven for the glrls at the beglnnlng of the term to enable them to meet the students soclally MISS Beatrlce Buzzettl was the adviser for the group GIRLS LEAGUE DIVISION OFFICERS Wlth the Cnrls League dlvlded into four subdxvlslons soclal drama athletic and servlce each gurl has been able to avail herself of the advantages of a different actlvlty each year during her hugh school life SERVICE To be of servlce to the school whenever called upon was the general theme of thls dlvlslon The officers were Helen Michaels president Lois Erickson vlce presldent and Shlrley Blanchard secretary treasurer DRAMA The club s arm was to provlde entertalnment for any program whenever called upon Officers were Cleta Stltzel president Barbara De Grave vlce presldent Rosan Carey secretary and Edith Colwell treasurer ATHLETIC This club sponsored a health and sport program for glrls The offlcers were Kathryn DIXOH president Edna Mae Schnebly vlce PYCSI dent and Carroll Burrage secretary treasurer SOCIAL Personal development and home relatlons was the goal of thls dlvlslon The offlcers were Zlta Powell president une Lenz vice presldent and Wlnnlfred Webster secretary treasurer POINT CLUB Crenulne school SCYVICC was contributed by the Pomt Club During the course of the year the girls sold candy and gum at all football and basketball games and at the close of the season a basketball banquet dance was spon sored by the club to honor the squad To be admltted into the Point Club each glrl earned flve pomts by par tlclpatmg IH tennls basketball baseball bemg on wmnmg teams and by be mg a good sport Under Miss Claydes Baker s leadershlp the Point Club had a successful year during whlch the offlcers were Kathryn Dixon president Betty Camozzy vice president and Carroll Burrage secretary treasurer t , . w 1 ' ' s v ' a v v v v ' - U . . .. . . . , v - y ' , . , 1 . . - . . . . . . . v y , m - - u v x ' 1 v ' - v . . . . . , , ' y " 1 s v u - - v v 1 ' ' v a ' - - - v v,I v ' v v ' - y - - Y - 1 9 1 v ' . . Q . . - 1 1 ' v 1 v ' 1 v ' - Lois Erickson, Miss Argall. Harriet. Hogue, Betty Camozzy Cleta Stitzel, Mary Bowman. Betty Thomas, Edna Mae Schnebly, Helen Michaels, Uldeen Livingston, Ruth Skiffington Betty Kinney. Gertrude Hutchins. Rose Lambert. Edna Culp. Miss Hamilton, Jean Schreiner. Margery Razey. Irma Klampher Harriet Bilbie. Edith Colwell. Carroll Burrage, Barbara DeGrave. Bette Mortimer. Nadine Cargo, Barbara Fischer Betty Kelso. Freda O'Leary, Eileen Pillings, Ayleen Livingston Rowena Brotherton, Frances Wilson. Betty Thomas Lois Erickson, Holly Johnson, Uldeen Livingston. Edith Colwell. Gertrude Hutchins Bette Mortimer, Barbara Fischer, Nona Snell. Miss Buzzetti, Mary Bowman Beula Mitchell, Rose Lambert. Rosan Carey, Betty Camozzy. Helen Michaels. Edna Culp Ayleen Livingston, Miss Roberts. Eleanor Mitchell. Shirley Blanch- ard, Miss Lowery Carroll Burrage. Miss Baker. Edna Mae Schnebly. Miss Buzzetti Miss Hamilton. Nona Snell. Barbara DeGrave. June Lenz, Winifred Web- Ster. Rosan Carey Cleta Stitzel, Bette Mortimer, Mary Bowman, Helen Michaels, Kathryn Dixon. Zita Powell Jean Thompson, Adela Millard. Jean Schreiner, Beula Mitchell. Mary Bowman, Editii Colwell. Marie Chartrand Bonnie Barrett. Betty Cady. Ayleen Livingston. Betty Kelso, Bette Fletcher. Harriet Hogue Phyllis Hunt, Edna Mae Schnebly. Rosan Carey. Miss Baker. Betty Caniozzy. Frances Wilson SENIOR HI Y Lnmg up to the established H1 Y reputatlon this wear s club completed another actnve program centered around theatre partles bean feeds and spon sorshxp of the Older Boys C onference cllmaxmg the season wnth the annual Sprmg Plcmc Under the able leadershlp of lVIr Irvmg T Moore this group of nlneteen boys portrayed leadership and ablllty Offrcers were E u g e n e lVIagers president ack lxelleher vlce presldent oe Hughes secretary lVIer rlll Haagen treasurer and ohn Smlthson serv eant at arms JUNIOR HI Y Clean Lzvlng Clean Sports and Clean Scholarshlp was the slogan of the unlor H1 Y with ohnny Massouras as presldent N ernon Stokes as vxce president lm Sorenson as secretary Wayne Pennington as treasurer and Tom Chandler as sergeant at arms The twenty members which composed the orgamzatlon enjoyed such en tertalnments as wrener roasts suppers theatre parties and the annual camping trlp whlch lasted one week TRI Y To face lxfe squarely and to find and gxve the best IS the purpose of the Natlonal Girl Reserves represented ln Ellensburg by thirty Trl Y members from the senlor hlgh school Outstanding actlvxtles of the year were a week s campmg trlp at Salmon Lasac a mud wmt r conference held ln Seattle whlch Laxf onne Lenz and Lois Hodgson attended and several dances and outdoor partxes A drill team or gamzed under the dxrectxon of Mrs L B Smlth made appearances at hlgh school assemblies and at the l938 Wenatchee Apple Blossom Festnval The officers of the Trx Y were Iaxf onne Lenz president Lois Hodgson secretary and Helen lVI1chaels treasurer wxth Mxss ean Skerry as advlser of the club BULLDOG GUARD A need for patrols at all athletic events durmg the year led to the orvanl zatlon of the Bulldog Guards Under the supervlslon of Hal Galey and 1m Martin a patrol was organ lzed for the flrst t1me IU the history of the Ellensburg hlgh school It has had a most successful year of actnxty lVIembersh1p of the patrol was kept at approxlmatelv thlrty boys who were admitted by vote of the members Offlcers were Hal Galey captam m Mar t1n fxrst lleutenant Kenneth ohnson second lleutenant LaVare Scrlven sec retary and lVIr Ward Rasmus advxser In their work the Bulldog Guards had charge of patrollng the grounds agamst trespassers sellmg, txckets and takmg passes and tlclcets at the doors for games ' 1' , . '. - ' J 1 - 4 . , . , X . 1 1 - 1 K . ,J , - ,J K . . - . . NI ' . . , - - . 1 1 1 1-, -- 4. . . . 11 1 1 v . ' 1 U 1 . 1 W 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1. . . . 11 . ' 1 , . L - . . rs . . . . 1 . , Q 1 N- 1 1 - 1 ' . . . , I . - . . , f I , . . . . I . . : ' .I - ' . 1 , :JI ' , , J . . , - v - 1 - 1 . t , . x .. ., 5 , N .. My-, Irving T. Moore, Joe Hughes. Jerry McCumher Tom McGranahan. Jack Kelleher. Eugene Magers. Rex Deasy. Harvey Vaughn Bruce Stickney, Duck Anderson. Fran- cis Magers. Beck Shelton. Dick Dun- nington. Stan Sorenson Howard Hartman, Bill Fields, Eddie Pillings. Merrill Haagen, John Smithson. Chuck Carr Chet Suver, Jimmy Carmody. Pat Mundy. Bill Nunley, Tom Pattillo Glenn Stokes. Dick Chandler. Don Schaake. John Massouras, Tom Chandler. Bill Wilson Vernon Stokes. Wayne Pennington. Jim Sorenson, Mr. Don Patterson. John Pooler. Everett Balyeat. Jack Maynard Winnifred Webster. Barbara DeGrave. Lois Hodgson. Anna Louise Forman. Virginia Beck. Alice Lenz. Miss Jean Skerry Lois Evans. Edith Colwell. Mary Pott. Joan Tyler, Marion Keene. Mildred Emerson. Virginia Richburg. Bonnie Barrett Orplia Willis. Marjorie Becker. Marg- ery Razey, Edna Culp. Irma Klam- pher. Uldeen Livingston, Florence Champie, Dorothy Chase Lavonne Lenz, Lois Kaynor, Nona Snell. Cleta Stitzel. Mary Bowman. Helen Michaels. June Lenz. Flosan Carey. Lola Stoner. Lora Stoner Ed Grimm. Virgil Newman. Lester Hoadley. John Lambson. James Patas Kenneth Johnson. Jack Driver. Alfred Wright. Jim Oeclisner, Howard Hicks, LaVare Scriven. Edwin Corn- wall. Bob Svendson Ralph Halstead. Dean Barrett. Nor- man LEWIS, Coleman Ledbetter L o n n i e Rasmussen. Ray Hansen. Glenn Davenport. Mr. Ward Rasmus. Harold Galey. James Martin. Merle Bruce Bernard DeGrave. Lloyd Berry, Fudge Johnson, Jack Davis. Mr. Lannes Purnell. Gnorge Walters. Russell Creed. Harold Owen -.1 vu- 1' FFA lhe l'u ure l'armers of XITICTICEI ns 1 natronal Ol'fdI'llZall0Il hxt rea hes from lVla1ne to Hayman and from Washlnvton to luerto Rico promotln agrlculture and developlns., prospectlve rmcr by Jud n terms xnd other ICUXIICS Ihr year led Hanks Frank bchnebly md Barton Brown went to the State Cony entlon at Pullman to get their otate Firmer de rees Howard Hartman state F F X secre tary 1 so attended Clay lVlclVlechan obtalned the xxI1lE'I'lCdD Farmer ranking, at the Natlonal Convention lhe offtcers for the year were lNorm1n Wllsorr presl Warren Allen reporter and ohn Bernler watchdog JUDGING The Lllensburs., Bulldog Qhapter of the F F A sent three judfflnff teams to dlfferent part of the Pacific Northwest to represent the Lllensburg hmh school The potato judvlng tearn last fall won flrst place at the lnterstate contest at Pull man 'ind placed hx h at the state contest held at Fllensburg and at th lilf contest hlhe stock Jud mf' team placed flrst at Pullman and placed hugh at Portland nlhe apple judgmg te m placed s cond IH the state contest at llllensburg A fat stock team was sent to Spokane May I I and IZ JOURNALISM CLASS blxty flve student composed the two journallsm classes ln the hlgh s hool Every member of the class has at some txme ID the year had a news story pubhshed ATtlCl6S wrrtten by stu dent journalnsts were prmted ln the Ellensburf' Daily Record the Lllensburg Capltal and were read on the Friday news broad cast of the hlgh school The usual scope of the Journalist s wrlt mg, has been news stories headlines feature stories edltorlals and specral columns CXOITIIJIHIUU all these points thls year s journalists wrote a gre it many art cles for the Klahlam vxhlch was centered around the ncwspaoer theme Y K .q t ' 71' ' .r ' V z ' ' g' ' ' L L X : J ' ' " : ' T, D " A sz ' 7 V . ' ' 1 3 ' . fx I .4 ' ' gi g z 5 2 2 t ' Vt' V. AS v V 1 , .Sv V x v v Z . f. A Q f f ' f. ' S 'L g , S . . X . ' - ' ' 3 , . 2 I I ' , v ks- clentg Clayton Alford, secretary: Bob Svendsen, treasurer: ' , 1 ' J 4 ' , f. f W ,. N q . L. . 5. D . . . 4 A 4 , .Fx ' q 5- . 1 A 4. Q - i . U, . e c . r, .,, . f .Y l . . . zz ' e ' ' N . . - . 5 . .N K . K S .A ' . . . . - . y - ' 1 - 1 V - 1 . . v ' L I . Roy Hinkle, Dean Alden Howard Kinkade, Keith l-land, John Hawthorne, Kenneth Briggs, Lynn Gibb, Lester Hoadley, Jack Davis, Ray Champie. Carlos Dillon. Jack Kern, Arthur Johnson Pat Burke. Harvey Anderson, Ralph Charlton, Jim Kryger, Lee Joyner, Lee Davenport, Barton Brown, Louis Bonjiorni Willard Cruse, Omar Bunkelman. Dean Barrett. Donald Doak. Manford Hanson. Fred GHS-le Bud Clerf, Richard Anderson, Ted Hanks, Howard Hartman, John Bernier. Clayton Alford, Eugene Eckert, Nevins Fall, Melvin Brown. Gaylord Jones. Gerry Atwood, War- ren Allen rll Shelton Bud Mason Orval Townsend Byrl McNeil Paul Ross W1lter Wilson Ray Standley Gilbert Stone James Llpscy Har mon Wilson lmer Stampfy Delbert Mitchell Tru man Wynegar Vernon Stokes Dick Matthews Howard Rapp Charles Thayer r Schnebly Emery Tay or Don Spurlrng Robert Swedburg Dick Sorenson Lawrence Moree Jwmes Robertson Arthur Lambson Arthur Powell Dorse Schnebly Franklin Schnebly Bob McKee Charl s Robbins Fred Martin Bob Svendson Norman Wilson Dana Seibel Louis Scholl John Webb Fred Willis John Lamb son Byrl McNeil Frarnk Schnebly Keith Hand Dana Seibel Robert Svendson Bar ton Brown Warren Allen John Lambson Bud Mason Gaylord Jones Omar Bunkelmwn Don Spurlrng Robert Swedburg Dean Barrett Dick Sorenson CI1yton Al ford Oechsner Eugene Marx Jack O Conner Ray Breedlove Ed Grimm Louis Marx John Bernrer Harod Omoth Jack Marx John Suver Holly Johnson lvan Shelton George Alder Milton Lynn Raeford Gibb Bercrle Schnaebel Kenneth Mathews Jack Citlrn John Smrthson Joyce Mattson Marie Chartrand Florence Charnpre Owen Wicks Bob Patrick James Martin Tom Kennrson Robert Omoth Rex Deasy Florence Nichols Betty Shelley Marion Tucker Ernest Altice Rosan Carey Margery Razey Leone Cameron Alice Ben nett Mwrjorre Becker ReV1e Smith Edith Colwell J1ck Kelleher Bette Mortimer Har rre Hogue Nwdrne Cargo Rose Lambert Lols Kaynor Virginia Richburg Cleta Strtzel Ellen Seaton Howard Hartman Helen Michaels Joe Hughes Bonnie Bar rett Bill Fields Nona Snell B' . E . ' . Q - B'rr I . A I , Q Glenn Cobain, Merle Bruce. Henry ' . ' . I c , ' ' . . Y . . ' . PEP CLUB The pep club was organized this year under the capable leadership of graduating senior Dlck Anderson the prxmary goal bemg to encourage lnter est and arouse genume enthusxasm m school actlvltles and sports Worklng ln cooperatron with the school band and yell leader the club was a real success durlng lts flrst year IH our school The offlcers were Presldent Duck Anderson Secretary Betty lxelso and Sergeant at Arms Duck Sorenson Sweaters were worn at each game bv all members making a colorful sectlon that any school would be proud to clarm ADVERTISING COMMITTEE AND PROJECTION STAFF Now rn nts second year of operatron the Projectlon or Vlsual Pducatxon department IS ably directed by lVlr ames Brown and hrs crew Ray Hansen chlef operator Don Ireland ohn Smlt ack Ford Wally Nllnnlelly and Charles Chase who are each asslgned to a certaln hour a day so that some stu dent IS always ready to serxe when needed The fllms come from all over the Unlted States the majorxty are rented from various colleges and many are furnlshed by large lndustrlal flrms and by the government As many sound films are used as possible though some are sllent An average of flVC to sux thousand feet of fllm are run a week Being convmced that an advertrslng campaign preceding an assembly would lnclte greater lnterest and enthuslasm among the townspeople the month of November brought out a group under the ausplces of Miss Beatrlce Buzzettx science Instructor known as the Advertlsmg Commrttee The commlttee was composed of Betty ohnson ack Palmer and Marjorie Ota wlth Nadlne Cargo as chairman DEBATE The success of this year s debate squad proved tops ln Ellensburg hrgh school s debate records The varsity team composed of Phlllp Walker and Roy Wahle negative and George Alder and Bob Patrick afflrmatlve won 3 out of 4 conference debates for a dlstrlct tle wlth Grandvrew The varsity team and a second team made up of Kyle Charlton and Bob Grlm Ray Ellls and Leah Colwell also entered the College of Puget Sound tournament at Tacoma The second team ln the tournament broke even wmnlng 3 out of 6 de bates and the varsxty team won 5 out of 6 for a chance ln the quarter flnals They lost thelr chance for a try at the state champlonshlp by losing ln the seml finals All m all quoting Mr Owen C Wicks thls year s debating has been the most successful I have coached for Ellensburg JUNIOR LIBRARIANS Under the dlrectlon of Miss ean Skerry the unlor Librarians performed thelr dutles with efflclency clurlng the year In order to be a llbrarlan the glrls signed up at the end of the term last year untll the maxlmum number of thxr teen had been reached For the first slx weeks classes were held durlng the noon hour ln the Ilbrary where the gurls were taught the fundamentals of the work of a Ixbrarlan Tests over this maternal were glven and each glrl was compelled to take them untll she received a passing grade In anuary the glrls had a theater party while ln Aprxl a PICDIC chmaxed the social actrvltnes of the year S , S . . K. ' W K N , , - k L . , . , B k i . A 1 . . . r - 1 1 - 1 1 1 X . k . , . . . . c V C , .. . J . . . , J . J , . , . . - 1 1 1 . A . . , . 1 1 , . .I 'J v . 1 . . 1 . .. 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 , , -Fi , . It . -- . . .. . 1 . 1 - - 1 H . , . Bob Burns Coleman Ledbetter Drck Sorenson Paul Hwnks Gaylord ones Ed Sreh Fudge Johnson Kenneth Wrlson Anna Louise Formarn Marry Pott Lors Hodgson B'1rb1ri DeGr1ve Noni Snell r dred Gr1'1ff Wrnnrfred Webster Cleta Strtzel ors Ev1ns Nl'rrron Tucker Nad ne 'rrgo Marjorre Becker Kwthryn Drxon Zrta Powell Bonnre Bwrrett E eanor Green Leah Colwell Betty Shelley Betty Johnson Pewrl Limb son rene on ra o o e nc Champre Almi Powell Betty Kelso Ayleen Lrvrngston Addre Spurlrng Genevi Gumm E leen Prl lungs Dorothy Chase Roberta Les Ire Mildred Walters Eva M're Faust ary Schnebly Ednell Snell ucl Hunt Betty Frrend Betty C1dy Rrch'rrd Anderson Evelyn Mathews Mwry Passmore June Pomeroy Lorrurne Wrckenburg Volet R1 mussen Vrrgrnrw Crotewu Rex Corum Howwrd Rapp Clarence Jorgenson Orval Bessessen Jick Palmer Norman Howell Ray Hansen Beatrrce Buzzettr Char les Chase Jrm Brown John Smut Don Ireland Wayne Mithers Betty Johnson Nadrne C'rrgo Marjorre O a J'1ck Ford W1Ilre Nlrnrelly John Amres George Alder Jack Pa mer Phrllrp Walker Wallace Lrpscy Ted Hanks Gale Rut ter Raymond Ellis Owen Wrcks Marg1ret Dexter Alce Hrcks Bob Pa rrck Leslre Kay Roy Wahle Le'rh Colwell Helen Deaton Holly Johnson Mary Schnebly Eflna Culp Rose Lambert Rowena Bro therton Marlon Tucker Betty Shelley Florence Champre Bonnre Barrett Dorothy Rankrn Harrret Hoque Helen Nlrchaels Mrss Skerry Cleta Strtzel L, ' . , It ', . : Cl.. ' I t . I . I ' ' . - . , C t.,tt,'Fl ri e Rosemary Bunger, 'Kathleeln Miller' rvr - . I . L 'rue '. A I ' . i . :rl . ' I I- . , I' ' . I ' , ' . . JUNIOR HIGH A S B OFFICERS X ernon Stokes popular nlnth grade student elected student body pre-.1 dent m the Spflni., of V938 presided over our student body affairs wlth the capable asslstance of Vice Presrdent Patrlcla bterllng Secretary Treasurer Barbara Howard Yell Leaders Harx ey Anderson and Nlartm Lund and Traf TIC Captam ames Carmody Ixhe assoclatlon has accomplished many things They have purchased suxts for the football squad sponsored school actnvltles of a muslcal nature plays and promoted competltlve games THE STUDENT COUNCIL The btudent Council IS an orgamzatlon made up of the leadmg stu dents of the school under the dlrectlon of the principal formerly Mr 'Vlllls now lVIr Purnell The members are elected from each home room for repre sentatlon IH the councll It xs thelr duty to brlng forth the students pomt of vnew The councll has worked very well ln the past and we know lt wxll ID the future to help brmg about outstandlng student democracy JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HONOR SOCIETY The purpose of the Honor SOCICIY rs to malntam hugh standards of scho lastlc achievement and to provlde a goal for the students to work toward During the year the honor soclety has presented two assemblles The fxrst one mtroduced all departments of the school second the soclety sponsored characterlzed by some fme dramatlc work done rn Nllss Muller s classes The offlcers are Presldent Nancy Robertson Vice President Kathleen Peterson Secretary ane Henderson Treasurer Barbara Howard The soclety IS a member of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools and requirements for membership are Cltrzenshlp Award 'Scholar shxp Award Health Award or Partlclpatlon Award THE SERVICE CLUB The Service Club stands for just what 1ts name lmplles SCYVICC This organlzatlon IS an honorary branch of the Girls League wlth nts prlncnple dutles belng ushermg at all actlvltles school and ln general and HSSISIIDQ ln guidance work Requlrements for membership are Flfteen work pomts obtalned through work for the school or teacher the scorlng being I pomt per hour and fifteen actlvlty pomts secured through perfect attendance hrgh scholastic standmg and partlclpatxon ln school HCIIVIIICS with ellglblllty golng to any glrl who ful fnlls the necessary requlrements The club IS represented by a sweater emphaslzlng the school colors orange and black Miss Nyta Luther IS the advlser and organizer of the group . . Y N. . . . I , , ' ' - . Z u . an assembly for the purpose of showing classwork to the students. It was ' : ' , I I - I , : , I K 1 , . I I 5 - I , , : , . , . ' - . Y ' . , . K. ., X ' , Vernon Stokes, Mr. Jess Mills, Harvey Anderson lm rnrody Mar rn Lun B'rrb1r Howird P1trrcl'1 Sterlrng ernon Stokes ess as R1 Jorgensen Trun11n Wlnegir erth Lowe Jay Vaughn Birlmri wird Bll Bunger R1 ph Char ton Jrnrnry Kontos Douglws Alford Joyce Johnson Ev1 Lors Mundy Leo Smrt Bob Blanclmrd a Sterlrng Nornm Reed Marjorre Ulselnvrn Kertlr Lowe Vrrqlnm Till min Mwrgaret Addrson Kithleen e crson Vrctor Bour on Vernon Stokes Je1n Henderson M1xrne McCormick Coyleen Allen Jein Goettge Glenn 'rrjorre Errckson Marv Hll K1 1 rlne Kwynor Barrbara H o w a r d Nwncy Lou Robertson Phyllrs Dl lor Douglas Alfred Alnrw Pwtterson Serta Cwmpbell rarnce P ttrllo Vrrgmri T1llnr1n rgrnn Wilson Lucrlle Mackel fresh Chwrlcrw Mason K1thleen Petterson Vernrtw Mixkharrn Nincy Lou Rob ertson M1rJorre Patterson Ruth Awn Fuller rrrne F rrell Mwrjorre Ernckson 'rrlnrn How'rrd Coy een Allen F' yllrs Dlllon Peggy Allen .X K 1- -1+ R J' Cn- , '. 't d. . ' I 'a 1, v - . Mr-. .1 I Mir, .y Ho . ' , i , fl . 'lv P z -' , ' . , D -' -' Pit '- f ' - 'lr', K v Stokes ' I I Mg' ' f' , 4 i . .tl - . ' 1 , A rf l Fu s a ' , ' A '. . . . vi- ' 4. ' , - . Q P . I ' 1' ' CO' n-- , . ' ' " . B. ' . 1 1 ' , I . h ' ' , 'lim Klahnam Edltornal Staff Edutors At Work EDITORS HAVE BUSY YEAR Wnth numerous duties confronting the edltorlal staff of the Klahlam plans were organized m advance this year prov mg to be a more efflclent method of procluctlon Thls year the annual carried out the lnformal newspaper theme capltallzmg on the news style hlstory and photo graphy On the 25th of February the edltors and their asslstants accompanled by several of the advlsers traveled to Seattle to vlslt the Western Engraving and Colortype Company ln order to obtam suggestlons and new Ideas to better the book of l939 ln addltlon they were conducted through the plant and shown the methods used m maklng engravlngs Others takmg actxve part on the staff include Helen Michaels lrma Klampher Nadlne Cargo Betty Baker Harrlett Hogue Rose Lambert Rosan Carey and the ournallsm class Art work for the dlvlslon pages was done by Mary Phelps Peggy Charlton and Mary Pattlllo ,ig STAFF OUTLINES D TIES lhe business staff ot the annual plays a very Important role ID the productlon of the Klahlam The staff has three man agers whose dutles are Busmess keepnng all financial rec ords and keepmv a correct account of the collectlon of money from the students and teachers for pictures Circulation the sale of annuals and the Klahlam assembly Advertxslng llcltatlon of merchants and working out of coples of ads for the printers Widely xarled duties are performed by the managers who were thus year Margery Razey business manager who to gether with her staff carrled on the collcctlon of money on plc tures from the teachers senlors and JUDIOTS for lndxvldual plc tures and also collectlnv money from the sophomores and Jumor hlgh students for their group pictures Nadme Cargo clrculatxon manager had charge of the management of the Kla hxam assembly the collection of money for the Klahlams and flnally the dlstrrbutlon of the Klahrams on Class Day louls Marx advertrslng manager dlrected the sohcntatlon of mer chants and worked out the copy of ads for the printers Business Managers At Work Klahlam Business Staff -1 WI' , K. A. x. , Z , sl V , ' 5 . . , 1 . ' Q I N TSO- . , , 1 . , - . . A , . . 5 , , 1 - . ' v - 1 - ' ' ss 7 . S , l , ' K N 5 ' . . , , v v - v y ' . , I W . . ul q--.--u- .f , nf . , ,, , a. ,. 4 4 V -N Mr Howell THE NECKTIE COVER UPPER PROGRAM Packed full of laughs and exc1tement and brou ht to the Student Body by speclal broadcastmg faClllt1Cb the Necktie Cover Upper pro ram featurmg erry lVlcCumber and Beck Shelton was the hlghllght of one of the February assemblxes ln splte of frequent lnterruptlons advertls mv necktle cover uppers the performance turned out to be a thrlllxn ly mysterious mel odrama the mood set by the narrator erry lVlcCumber the Pattlllo Blanchard quartette and the essentxal sound effects furnished by Beck Shelton and lVlary Barnes DRAMA CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY Beautlfully produced under the dlrectlon of lVl1ss Ruth Argall and Mr Forest Brxg ham The Natxvlty was presented to an apprecxatxve adult audlence as well as to the students for the Christmas program Slmulatmg whxte marble the characters ln the tableau were selected by MISS Argall whlle the chorus and muslcal scores were handled by lVlr Brl ham STAGE CREW Llttle do we realize the large amount of work connected wxth a sta e untxl we vlsnt behmd the curtam as a small group of boys called the Stage Crew prepare for an en tertamment The sta e has to be prepared for every assembly Every play has to have a set desl ned built and decorated Durmg the second perlod every mormm, you may have seen lVlr Howell the advlser and the Group buslly at work ln thelr famlllar blue overalls spotted wxth white kalsomlne The boys are Carl Weyand lvan Shelton Rex Qorum Clarence orgenson Bob Sweet Orval Bessesen and Howard Rapp HEI Chr lstmas Assembly Stige Crew K . Q g S Q K c M' '. T . 'gg , '., . . D . - V ' ' . . g . - D . . . ' l 'J , N . . - X ,' f- 1 . ., 5 . s iv 'fix 1 , a ' fu vi . h '- ' A' , J at J Q " ,Q V Y 'V ', -er ' . w V - J.. ' .. " 5 ,J 'S by K-?' A ' Necktie Cover Upper Progrwm DR MA SENIOR CLASS PLAY Followmg the November 4th productlon of The Youngest was the sprlng presentatlon of the senlor class play You Can tTakeltW1th You the Kauff man and Hart sta e and screen success and 1937 Pulitzer Prxze wmner Star rmg, ln the well known comedv was Phllxp Walker as Martm Vanderhof other wise known as Grandpa Members of the fun loving famlly were hls daughter Penny and son ln law Paul Sycamore enacted by Edna Culp and George Alder Their daughters were fluttering Es IC played by Betty Thomas and sen slble AllC6 by Marv Bowman Alice s rlch lover was portrayed by Bert Ny gaard and hrs parents Anthonv and Mnrlam Kirby by Roy Wahle and Cleta Stltzel The parts of the servants Rheba and Donald were taken by Mar ery Razey and Rxchard Anderson Fd Neher enacted the role of Deplnna whxle of Duchess Olga and C-ay Xvellln ton were oyce Mattson and Uldeen l..1y1nx.,s ton respectnely Other roles were taken by ack Marx Louis Marx Leslle Kay who were the three C men and Bob Patrlck who took the part of Henderson ALL SCHOOL PLAY The Youn est a three act comedy by Phlllp Barry and the flrst dramatl productlon of the school year was enthusrastlcally recelved by townspeople and students as one of the most outstandmg recent presentatlons Mr Nlorman Howell directed the all hlgh school ca t ln the excel'ent performance whlch was concerned with a rebelllous youth and his stru gle wxth a domxneermg family Rlchard the youngest and most hen pecked ofthe WIDSIOM was portrayed by erry McCumber and the sweet lady of his dreams Nancy Blake by Betty Thomas Hls eldest brother Ollver was played by Eugene Marx whlle another bullymg brother Mark was enacted by Ray Ellis Cleta Stltzel portrayed Charlotte the sweet but weak mother Rose Manners and Edna Culp played the parts of the two daughters Augusta and Martha whlle Alan the husband of the former was taken by Blll Robertson Mary Collet appeared ln the part of the mald Katie All School Plwy Sensor Play ' ff I . . - ,, . . . 7 . 1 . . . - . , - , . - D A , v - ' ' u -V v - A ,Y 1 vs ' ly - , . I U t S . ' , . V . . . . . . . Eugene Marx appeared as the tempestuous Boris Kolenkhov. Playing the parts .. g 1- . . . .C , , ' ' K ' . . 1 . . S , L . . ' '5- v v - B , . . - MUSIC BAND AND ORCHESTRA WIN ACCLAIM XX 1th Increased enthuslasm and successful lndlyldual progress the band and orchestra have completed one more year of musxcal partxclpatlon Mr Brigham IH hls second year of dlrectlng xn l llensburg Hrgh School has presented many excellent performances cllmaxed by a burlesque opera Romeo and ulret which featured an all male cast Mr Brsgham Starting thelr season off with a Gala openmg the band continued their near perfect performances throughout the year bems, on hand for not only games but for assemblies concerts and lodge programs 1n thelr uniforms of blue and whxte whlch were neat and colorful The marchlng band was a new feature ln the music department thxs year led by Ray Breedloye as drum major who was elected by members of the band and Mr Brigham l'h1s orgamzatlon apptars to have a very promising future The orchestra has shown splendld progress during the school year and ns well on the way to success Playing for all occasions they displayed marked talent as muslclans as well as A l perforl rers Contamlng approxlmately 33 members the orchestra was more outstand mg than ey er and several soloists havmg won uperlor ratings at the Central Wfa h DY ton lVlllQl Fe ty al were prlylleged to enter the contest ln Portland Ore The Olche tra The Band 1' ' . ' , - - v 7 . . . 1 . , 4 . . v - - . . , . - ra . ' . , 7 , . . , , , ' '. , ' ' . ,I - . . . ' ' S ' .' Q f 7 7 I . X. , V L. . X t ,' , . A, X. K. X .' . .V - 1' C. . . . f- s ., . - 1 '- ' Q s X , , x .. x . , Q 2 y 'fs Q f ,, Y ' 1' ' . . . , , . S . MUSIC VOCAL SECTION DISPLAYS TALENT The hugh school chorus contaxnlng seventy flve VOICES and led by Mr l'orest Brigham has partlcxpated IH varlous programs during the year lnclud mg the Thanksgxvlng assembly and the Natlvxty a story of the birth of Christ The lVl1d Winter concert presented on February I7 conslsted of all the muslc organxzatrons m the school Including the cholr whrch contrxbuted several numbers Amld laughter and tears ohn Edwards and Warren Howard as Romeo and ullet Phxllp Walker and Eugene Marx as the drug 1st and the nurse and Oliver Schell as the Justice presented the burlesque opero Romeo and ullet at the concert They were ably a slsted by Ed Neher john Smlt Ed Grimm and other members of the Boys Chorus Thxs burlesque opera held special mterest because of the fact that lt was wrltten by a brother of Mr Brigham who IS a muslc supervlsor ln Texas The Trlple Trlo selected by Mr Brlgham consisted of three sopranos three second Sopranos and three altos The group has partlclpated ln various assemblies throughout the year addmg zest and color to each Toppmv thelr 39 career rn excellent fashion they entered the Central Washlnvton Music Conference held here Aprll I3 and I4 to wm the POSIIIOU of Superlor wrth the reward of a competltlve chance ID the muslc conference held ID Portland Oregon The Chorus Romeo and Juliet Trlple Trlo , K. -. .' ' -' V ' ' Q I - l y - L .J e J . .sz , . . J C . - . , . . , . ,, . ,, . . N QC E H S News Bvoadcasters One of the most lm portant func txons of radxo rs its use as an outlet or newspapers or ln this way t e news reach es the public wnthm a short time after It has hap pened By puttlng ln to use the schools lnterna tional qchoolmaster public ad dress system the Blue and Whxte of Ellensburg Hlgh School was able to broad cast every Friday afternoon durmg whlch tlme all types and forms of news were presented to an eager student body During the year these broadcasts were handled by sux members of the student body Nadine Cargo whose column was society Duck True erry Mccumber Hughes sports edltor and George Alder sknng reporter The opportunlty for the use of thls system has been great ly appreclated by the ournallsm classes and the student body for It presents a convenient and efflclent method of glvmg the news as well as practxcal broadcasting experlence Being one of the few schools xn the state equipped wlth such a broadcasting apparatus Ellensburg Hugh School has made the use of lt a regular part of both unlor and Senior Hlgh School actlvltles as have many other outsxde groups f . f . . h - ' : ' . J H A . and Ray Breedlove, who handled straight news itemsg Joe Q. 'I .Av . v K k SOCIETY An added sectlon to the school news was the boclety Qorumn sponsored by the soclety reporters Nadlne Cargo and Fdlth Colwell -Xs all the news of the school ls gn en over the public address system It IS sponsored ln the form of a Radlo Broadcast The Radio Broadcastmg announcer for the Socral Column thxs year was Nadine Cargo Thxs feature was orvamzed to acquaint the students with the soclal high llghts of the school Such events as the basketball banquet and dance football banquet and dance Triple F Tolo Trl Y Tolo and Bulldog Guard Dance were head lmers for the year Two outstanding events the unlor Prom and Senior Ball recelved much recogmtlon ln thus flelcl of reportmg lVl1nor ex ents Included partles trlps and personalities l'ur thermore outslde actlvltxes contributed thelr part to make this column a success All clubs of the school such as Trl Y Bulldog C.-uards Pep Club and Triple fe galned much recovmtlon m thls column The HCUYIIICS m whxch these organlzatlons partnclpated mcluded plays parties and trips whnch w re reported ln rhls sectlon of the news The Importance of SOCIBI functions ln E H S has grown tre mendously as have the social columns ln the newspapers , .. ' I - y , - rs v q - v . r . - ' - ' . Q .I , . , . y - - , . v - ' v x s ' 5 ' C, . t s sf l Senior Ball Junior Prom SENIOR BALL Rising majestically as an empire Mt Rainier reigned vlctorlously over her Senior Ball subjects on the evening of April I Gliding over the scene was a soft tinted rainbow leading to the traditional and elusive pot of gold Amidst stalwart evergreen trees nestled a haven of rest Paradise lnn With decorations emphasizing the scenic beauty of our state and using as the theme Washington s Golden ubilee the senior ball was acclaimed by all as one of the most memorable in recent years With lovely gowns accented by of a plpe organ playing with the orchestra the Vista House was transformed into a Shangri la of beauty JUNIOR PROM Amid soft lights and sweet music the guests were ushered into a Hawaiian paradise as they entered the improvised Mural Room of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel which was the setting of the annual unlor Prom Girls in native costumes distributed brilliantly colored lens to each couple Palms were scattered in front of the mural covered walls The punch booth was cleverly transformed into a typical grass shack A soft yellow Hawaiian moon looked down on the dancers as they swayed to Hawaiian music furmshed by Keith Gould s orchestra The murals were works of art depicting the life and scenery of Hawaii All of these features helped to mal-Le this year s prom an outstanding social event of the winter season soft lights against a background of natural trees and shrubs and the soft strains BASKETBALL BANQUET Ihe ba lcetball season was officially closed on Saturday March ll with the annual banquet IX en by the Qnrl Point C lub ack lxelleher Sr acted as toastm ister for the affair After talks by Pete Barto and the two coaches Paul Nelson and oe lxoenlg the awards were gn en Ihe unxor Qhamber of Qommerce lnspnratlonal Xward glven for the fnrst tlme thls year was pre sented to ack lxelleher who gave a short talk lhe flank Robertson Most Valuable Players Award glven annually was presented to lugene 'Vlagers who also ave a short talk bexeral musical selectlons were glven during the banquet The annual basketball dance followed FOOTBALL BANQUET baturday November I9 when the Triple E gxrls gave the squad a banquet ln thelr honor Wlth Pete Barto as toastmaster and speakers such as Leo Nichol son Vxrgll Cunnm ham oe Tramor and the two coaches Lannes Purnell and Paul Nelson the banquet llke the season was very successful 'lhe fol lowm awards were glven Rotary lnsplratlonal Award to oe Hu hes lxern Most Valuable Player s Award to f:dd1e Pxllm s E Hughes Award for lndl xldual performance IH the Qle Elum ame to ack Marx and the E Hughes Xward for nndnudual performance nn the Pasco game to ack lxelleher After the banquet movlng plctures of the 1937 Alabama Umverslty of Wash mgton Rose Bowl game were shown These were followed by the annual football dance FtkllB qet . x. 1 k -1 1 v - I 1 ks r 1 r -V ' : ' ' ' f 1' ' .' ' ' z .' - K. . 'J l,' . . . A. . .4 B, 1 Q, .V 3 , t. A ' , . S' . ' It ,,' The most successful football season in the history of the high school ended . , . , . Y ' 9, . ' 1 S ' ' - l 9, -, ' ' V ' i U ' A CY . .- . L, , . L . A ' ' my ' K. . - ' S' L. - U I sw my . Q -X Y 1 l. , 'f' '-'L ' ' ' ' 2 'I' B k tb II B. q ee 1 Athletes Show .APPIGCIBIIDII xt etesan eoxe es ul tm IX t elr III r than tot e tollowxnf ore lI1llitlOl'lS lo the blrls Cluh 1nCl5Ocld C luh tor their xery flne banquets whueh serx ed ns excellent COI1LlLlNlOT'lN for the xthletxc seasons to the Trl X and t e to the hxncl for their splendid pe rformxnee throughout the seir tm t tuclent l mclv md th fuulty for their exce- ent support xncl to Dlcls. Xnclerson for his flllll perform xnce as 1 yell leade r l xers one of these ore xnuxtlons and lI1CllXldUllN has plixecl xn lmportdnt part ln the success of our xthletlc teams durlnv thts ye xr of V938 and N939 - - The-e hl x rx Cl ' 2 'h J "sh 1 gl 'e- h ' s' ce e- ' lis h -n " g ga 'pe ' J: N X W' i z .N " l ' x 2 z f Q sg '- v ' h Triple Ii for their stunts between the halves in'hasketball1 'iz 3 e hes , me H 2 e- at ' -' ll, 'x PDRTS x. + 'Pb- X-D! 1 'X' Fi 9 'A 'g SPORTS QL 4 'P"""L NY' Our" t: IU! 1 w ,Ja P- 1- 1L'1Aft'l ' f' X ' ' '1J"""l 'V "'f"4l il 1 L f 1 - f-neu v x Q IUY1 v wvpd PY Nd-A lm Leu 0 rv f-w an-"zu-s ouav E uter' 1 H-4 1 ef 14,5 "urn v ner'-1 mv-'lu L muh- 1 noun" wana nose 1Ex5'+ ' www VPYP Fw H111 ar ur--wer-fm lf-ldy ouu ufvl .uf-r fvrn Par Of f- hun uorfxl hal. NGN. UP' Pdf UV 1 'YP '1-:Quran ,1 nv- Juom- alfa law , ' - Q - - ' V I . - 1, ' 1 , gl: .h 1 '4 X ' x , E x f 4 I .A I f C. 1 'X v ' . xx V i ,eww 3 1 . ' --, C .-Qi N 'iil-M ne- - - -.1 x M 1 'rc Ls' D-T 5 h. . f- fc-.-mm 11 .au.am. If .1 -- nf: ., xv- 1 - 1w:L'f II -put S 51- nf-7 J - Nuzduuy 'Qxzzx-:rzy. nf: xpg 1- -cut 11 x .: - p-, ' - ' x . 1 f-1 A -' M.: .-- ,' . u-'.- pn-, 1 turf U . xx' -'f:s. -T: . - T - - '. V V W 'Alf 1 .' .A R . 'f.., og : '.-.ns ,. , - , i 'F '14 , , 1 5 xp - N' :s n ,. .' L xe- . ru, . 1- .. '- - A. ' :1 -5 U - J ,' , .al Ei?-5:5 r-2.5 -- -1. ET- s-L--W YELL KI G COACHES foach Paul Nelson ln the years he has ruled a the Bulldog s track mentor has bullt up a Urand tra dltlon around th track team of the fllue and W hxt a tradltlon of WIUHIUYY teams and good sportsman hlp a tradition of track teams wlth heart and speed and fxffht a tradltlon of track teams wlth loyalty to ensburv that wlll llwe as long as Bu off s 'rack men continue to stand for power on the cmder path Coach Nelson has made the name of Fllensburv stand -K -..,,. for one thmv IH athletlc cxrcles throuffhout the state 'fx 'K N, Q-P 'kg .,, and that one thlnv ls Strength and SUPCTIOYIIW on WF r Q' fl1CClf1dCfS orcx Amoeasom Those people who are associated with Ellensburff football and those who make Ellensburv football possible realize what an important part Lannes Pur nell has played in makmff Fllensburv one of the outstandlnv football towns ID central Washington Bulldog squads that haxe taken the freld avamst oppon ents ID the past years have carrled wlth them a splrrt and phllosophy of the Game taught them by thelr coach that builds men as well as wmmnv football teams Those who have come to know Coach Purnell as we haxe here ln the hrgh school admire the wonderful competrtue splrxt that characterlzes hlm and the way he lb able to transmlt that fear of faxlure lnto the hearts of hls players uxet dellberate and llkeably good natured Coach Koenig has m hrs years at Ellensburv won the frlendshnp and admrratlon of the entlre school Year after year good years and bad tough and easy Coach lxoemv contmues to turn out basketball teams by whlch the student body IS proud to be represented Those few who have the prrwlege of becommv well acquamted wlth Coach lxoenlg are fortunate ln securmg for a frlend a man whose personalxty IS so pre dommated wrth qualxtles of such xalue as IS the personality of our soft spoken coach Few yell kmgs m the passmg years have won the whole hearted admrratxon of the school as has our Duck -Xnderson Duck s smcere enthuslasm lh perform mg even his smallest duties marked him as one of the year s outstandmg student leaders lr was under Drck s brrlllant supervlslon and through his contmuous efforts that the Ellensburg student splrlt reached an all tlrre hxgh and set a fnne new standard for student bodles ID years to come PLJRNELL KOENIG NELSON , 'fp I X, , v I Q Y vi-Z - i.. g TNQ' Q e i . ,., 1' ' 'K Q Q , Q , . , S l it .L QQ s - Q AQ Q Q f A Q Q .9 . Q Q - ,Q Q t N , . Q ' 1 4 5 , H , . , ., . . - ?v in l VV -. ij' W S V ' 5 V Q- -' ,flu ' M U:-s - - . -x 'A ,' ,Y Q ,"Q:" ,',"' . . 1 4 ' '1 . ' .1 .-,- 's-v Ella ,Q , Q - .Q .Q Hd . Q . - Q. s. z- fp, ' gs . , ' U -f r . 3.-r1.u. -H ..-1'-H, . ' 'Q 0. Q. Q4 ' 'v , 1' ' w w ' 1 -' " ' A -X H . . -A . . v s 1,2 5.1, ' T1 ' ' 1 ' . tw ff I . .i ,5 V i v. Q .av T7 ' 'i 5 '1 3 ' 'i :w ' , 3 'Q Y -5 ' 5 . - ' D Q Q W 'D V '13 . 5 Q Q n ' v k Q v k - u 5 wivii Q W' 'cf' Jack Marx John Bernuer Joe Hughes Jack Kelleher Charles Carr Lannes Purnell Phnllp Kern Stan Sorenson Jam Ross George Charlton Glenn Cobam Chuck Robbins John Curry Everett Balyeat L G Carmody Francls Ralson Jack Maynard Louus Nlchols Chuck Wilson Jlm Sorenson Wayne Pennington Frank Turner Paul Nelson Kenneth Briggs Jlm Kelly Dorse Schnebly Jack Kelleher Jack Marx Flex Deasy Joe Hughes Eddie Plllmgs John Bernler Roy Howard Jack Kern Ray Chample Howard Cook John Pooler Fred S Martln Bull Fields Merrlll Haagen John Smlthson Fran cus Magers Charles Carr Jack Catlm Duck Smnth Beck Shelton John 0 Donahue Fred McDow John O Donahue Beck Shelton Jack Catlln Rex Deasy Eddue Plllmgs 70 -D . v f . . h . F f.,-'ij-gg-. , ,1 A , I I . , . . M . A ,, I 4 0. .1 nh an N V ig , X l 'avi :IV ' Y of ' ' if ' If 1 . , . uf ' yi I x . , W 2 lxx -al V X x ll. ,ll Q if S " ls-S' ' 'gl 4 ri' V: 'i " - A ' , J" l 14 E ' . - I ' . ' H .renal , ' V - ' 1 M X, X x :I A ' 2 an . . ,, ry mmf if 'T .AA Chuck Robbins John Smlthson Bull Flelds Merrlln Haagen Roy Howard FOOTBALL GAME AT PROSSER Francrs Magers Dorse Schnebly Glenn Cobam Duck Smith Fred S Martin 'Il Q ' Q - I K . L ..- N . s. ' 5:1-f . 415351 M . - ' 1, af. ' V Miiuhfv. 1 ' . ?.9sfM3j,Q' - 'gl' - 13 ' X , ' . .af - Q 9' - ' 1 ' M ' ' P FS' A -156 A ...I A- , - w 1--zu' 4' 'L "... F' 5 , CAPTAIN JOE HUGHES Rotary Award Wmner Kennewick 0 20 Ellensburg The Bulldogs started the season off rrght wlth a one slded vlctory over the xnexperlenced Kenne wlck Lrons Eddle Plllmgs scorlng three touch downs and makmg one converslon was the star of the game Cashmere 6 6 Ellensburg In a foot of mud our Bulldogs outplayed the Cashmere Bulldogs all the way but got fumblextxs sleeper play with Pllungs carrymg the ball Cash mere returned the next klck off for a touchdown to t1e the score Bernler was the outstandmg player for Ellensburg Prosser 13 7 Ellensburg Scoring on a pass from Deasy to Kelleher early ln the fxrst quarter the Bulldogs became over confldent Prosser scored ln the second and fourth quarters to knock over our favored Bulldogs B1ll Flelds reserve back was outstandlng for Ellens burg Wapato 13 7 Ellensburg Wapato stuck fast scormg twxce ln the openmg perlod before the Bulldogs went to work In the second half Marx blocked a punt and the Bull dogs went to work After a few thrusts were made at the l1ne Deasy and Kelleher completed a pass whlch was good for a touch down Toppenlsh 0 13 Ellensburg Dlssatlsfled wlth the Bulldogs showmg ln the prevlous game Coach Purnell altered the llne up whlch put new power and flght mto the team In this game the Bulldogs were drlvmg from the start and scored early ln the flrst front on a re verse power play Wlth Deasy carrymg the ball P1ll1ngs scored the second touchdown after a drlve down the fxeld Deasy turned IH the best all around game 72 FOOTBALL This season the Bulldogs held a posl tlon never before attained by an Ellens burg football team by wmnmg the Cen tral Washlngton champxonshlp and harmg the valley crown with Pasco Four awards were glVCn this year The Rotary lnsplratlonal Award which IS decided by a vote of the players went to the Bulldogs captam oe Hughes The Kern Award to the most valuable player went to Eddie Pxlllngs fullback The E Hughes Award for the outstand mg mdlvldual performance ln the Cle Elum game went to ack Marx guard the other E. Hughes Award gomg to ack Kelleher for his outstanding mdr vndual performance ln the Pasco game Wenatchee 7 13 Ellensburg Wlth Pxllmgs luggmg the mall and down rxght good blocklng by 11V9 men and backs we showed our superlorlty from start to f1n1sh The v1c1ous tackhng of Haagen and Hughes stopped Wenat chee s only threat thexr passmg attack Carr played outstandlng ball on the l1ne Pasco 13 20 Ellensburg Credlt for thls game goes to the whole team 1nd1v1dual Eddle Plllmgs Eddle Pnlmgs as good a back as the hlgh school ever saw played bang up ball on two out of three plays Chuck Carr the smallest llne man showed great coolness and much abllxty by klckmg two converslons when they were most needed Marx Hughes Bermer Kelleher and Deasy were the outstandlng defenslve men SUm'lYslde 6 26 Ellensburg The flrst half found the Bulldogs badly out played by an lnferlor but scrappy ball club In the second half the Bulldogs went to work P1ll1ngs scored on the klck off then ran off tackle for a scor wxth Beck Shelton and Jack Kelleher chalk mg up pomts after h1m ln QUICK successlon Sunny sides only score came on a pass mto the end zone Beck Shelton showed some excellent block mg whlle Schnebly and ODonahue played a fme defenslve game Cle Elum 0 0 Ellensburg Both teams battled desperately on a snow packed muddy fleld for more than three quarters Wlth no score At this pomt Jack Kelleher xntercepted a Cle Elum pass and ran 40 yards to a touchdown and a vlctory Hughes Deasy and Marx were the mamstays of the defense Thls game was the most lmportant of the season for 1f the Bulldogs would have lost th1s one they would have been knocked out of the runnmg for the champxonshlp of Cen tral Washmgton and the crown of the Class A Yaklma Valley League ' . T--- . - es. -. ' Q . . - . . . . - . . v Y l . . . . u v , in the pinches. Our only touchdown came on a Wh? ,had the .neVQfj5aY'd1e 5jD11'1P3.and to 0119 . t . . ' Q , Y Y - I n . .ey ' ,, , . n ' 1 ' I ' . ' . ' l Y l . . A - . ' I ' , , BASKETBALL With the Bulldogs competing in two leagues, those fans who follow Ellens- burg basketball had never a dull mo- ment during the season of V938 and l939. Teamed with Marquette, Selah and Qfle lflum in the northern division of the Y. V. l. A. A., and with Cle Elum. Wenatchee and Cashmere in the Cen- tral Washington tie up, the Dogs brought the fans a number of league games of such quality and standard as to be long remembered. Although the Ellensburg boys failed to place in the district tourney, they played a type of ball and showed a de- gree of sportsmanship that made the entire school proud of them. Ellensburg 31 30 Renton This was a thriller from start to finish. with the team showing fine form for early season. Kelleher played a great game. Ellensburg 19 37 Yakima The Pirates looked like the cream of the valley as they handed an easy defeat to the Bulldogs. who were led by Magers. Ellensburg 25 20 Wapato This proved to be a close game all the way. but the Dogs came forth as winners. Powell started to hit his shots. Ellensburg 31 25 Cle Elum With the Bulldogs hitting in both halves, Cap- tain Kelleher led his team to a hard fought victory. Ellensburg 19 25 Yakima Yakima handed the Ellensburg boys their second defeat. Carr turned in his best ball game. Ellensburg 31 20 Wenatchee Turning on a last half drive that placed them in the lead, the Dogs won again. Stickney played both a great offensive and defensive ball game. Ellensburg 34 23 Marquette The Squires showed plenty of fight but were no match for the bigger Bulldogs. Ellensburg 52 7 Cashmere The Bulldogs were ready for action and turned in the best shooting exhibition of the season. Ellensburg 20 26 Wenatchee With Wenatchee playing great ball, the Dogs broke even on their road trip. Ellensburg 15 17 Cle Elum Perhaps the closest game played at home was this, the feature point of which was the spirited team play. Ellensburg 34 24 Selah The Bulldogs, trailing until the fourth quarter. turned on a blast of speed and deadly shooting that left Selah far behind. CAPTAIN JACK KELLEHER Junior Chamber Commerce Award Winner Ellensburg 40 15 Cashmere Making it two wins over the weak Cashmere five. the Dogs were led by their sharp shooting guard. Res Deasy. Ellcnsburg 44 26 Marquette The high point of this game was the playing of Marquettes sterling forward, Buck LaBissoniere. who collected 16 points. Ellensburg 24 25 Selah Selah's spirit and fight gave them a win in the last ten seconds of the game. Ellensburg 20 17 Wapato It was the first quarter play of the Bulldogs that brought them this game. Ellensburg 33 28 Cle Elum With Cle Elum ahead until the last half, it was a win to be proud of as the boys avenged their defeat at the hands of the Warriors. Ellensburg 23 17 Cle Ehun Never behind. the Dogs handed their old rivals a memorable defeat. VALLEY MEET Ellensburg 30 32 Wapato Following in the steps of last year's squad, the Dogs dropped their first tournament game to Wapato. Deasy scored 19 points. Ellensburg 44 22 Pasco Faced with elimination if beaten. the Ellerisburg boys led by Kelleher and Deasy fought and battled Pasco for a well deserved triumph. Ellensburg 35 38 Cle Elum In a game that had the spectators in the air, the Warriors pulled the unexpected and dropped the Bulldogs from the tournament. "Wap" Deasy continued his streak of brilliant playing and led the Dogs with 11 pO1l1tS. 73 A6 1' 20 Joe Hughes Bud Westcott Bob Bender Russ Jensen Jack Kelleher Eugene Magers Bruce Stlckney Joe Hughes Bud Westcot Bob Bender Russ Jensen Jick Kellehel Bruce Stlckney Eugene Maqers Bob Butterfield Harold Powell Stan Sorenson Rex Deasy Chuck Carr Merrill Haagen Bob Butterfveld Harold Powell Stan Sorenson Rex Deasy Merrill Haagen Chuck Carr John Pooler Jam Ross Blll Flelds managers 44 . l T ,l . ' Q ' B KN n ' 'Z . l 2' i .X lx T 4 is h B B l ' f 2 A . C 1 K 1 5 . rIfl.e,Qff Q ll 3 l 18 14 15 l F f l l 2. I m of B ' Q Q r he l J K 1' , 7 V 21 5.. Y A H mt? 4 gig , , X V Q 4..- .36 I gh 1- Kelly shoots a foul shot Tip off Bull Nunley Don Schaake Duck Smith Charles Wllson Francis Magers Leon1rd Der1nIeau Darrell Ringer Johnny Massouras Jim Sorenson Harvey Vaughn Wynne Pennington STATE CHAMPIONS TRACK A group of 66 boys ll"lCll1dlDg I4 lettermen answered the call of Coach Paul Nelson on February 20 The squad with the valley championship to de fend went earnestly to work The champlons mcludmg the relay team of Plllmgs lVlagers Kelleher and Flelds the hurdlers Magers who IS co champlon hugh hurdler of the state and Plllmgs sprinter are expected to lead the team to another vlctory this year ln early season meets at Yaklma Selah and Toppenlsh Ellensburg over whelmed all opponents by runaway scores Yaklma the pre season favorlte by a large majorlty failed even to threaten the supremacy of Ellensburg Some outstandlng marks set by Ellensburg boys ln these meets are Stlckney Bender Hrgh Jump A Pxllmgs l00 yd dash I0 2 sec Kelleher 220 yd dash 23 0 sec Creed Broad jump Bernler Discus Berry Mlle 0 The meets yet to be held lnclude the Central Washlngton relays Ellens burg Relays the Northern Dlstrlct Ellmmatlon the dlstrlct and state meets Ellensburg should show well m the first four Those boys wmnmg first places ln the dlstrlct are on the dlstrlct team ln the state meet The Ellensburg boys expected to go places rn these events are Pllllngs Fields Magers Kelleher Suver Balyeat McEwen Robertson Hoadley Berry E Reed Schaake H WITSOD B Creed Hartman Stlckney Bender lVlcGrana han Bernler and Haagen . H ,... llvllluutwllv.GI....Aq..-'4......t..w'QADQQ 5 .93 .. Stickney: Pole vault ..... 9 'Z Y . lulnlnllu.'.'..-.........'QA..........'..Wt4.b.'..,..-4.At.-'- 20, V, . Y . . ..A.IilllnlHI.'t"....A.A4..w.4.AAW..'.t'..-lulnllbrrvlnwlltlluhuu I ,Z . 8 .. , ' ............................................................................,... 5. I 9 Q IL - .- fl 9 - J l if l 4 i . Tom McGranahan Merrill H1agen Ralph McEwen Bob Bender John Bernier Ernest Reed Hughes Warren Ortman John Curry Russell Kennlson Chuck Wilson Everet Balyeat Wally Lipscy Bruce Stickney Roland Schultz Glenn Cobain Bob Ellsworth Joe Koenig Jam Llpscy Fred McDow John Lambson Eddie Pullings Eugene Magers L G Carmody Alford Wright Ja k Davies L D Allen Jack Driver Jerome Mundy Don Schaake Ray Chample Jack Gordon Ma McEwen Ralph McEwen Merrill Haagen Coach Paul Nelson Claude Hawkins Bill Robertson Jack Reed Frank Turner Howard Hartman Lester Hoadley Lloyd Berry Jim Oechsner Bob Creed Ha vey Vaughn Don Spurlmg Jerry McCumber Warren Nichols Phillip Kern Frank Schnebly Dick Dunnlngton Jack Kelleher Lenord Deranleau Paul Hanks Harmon Wilson Walter Wil son Bill Fields John Suver Russell Creed Leland Bull Gaylord Jones Bob Bender Bob Putnam Distance Runners Stlckney over the top Starting Off Taking their daily exercise , L f ' . l I K ' ' l J. 'A l, , l . , I -l W' 5 v b ., ,, .i -,fi -Q J l, 1 1 . Bob Hodges, Kerwin Thompson, Jim Patas. Russ Jensen, John Bernier. Louis Nichols, Joe afmmmc' ,,,, J E. IIII Ill L 'P' "NT nsaavhn GIRLS TENNIS TEAM Mane Chartrand Francrs WIIson Mary Bowman Adela Mlllard Mnss Glaydes Baker Jean Schremer ShIrIey Blanchard Kathryn DIxon BOVS TENNIS TEAM Coach Joe KoenIg Jack Catlm Harold Powell Tom PattIIIo, Bob ButterfIeId, Gerald Stougard, John Massouras, Ray Breedlove John Pooler Frances Wslson Bob Butterfleld MarIe Chartrand , . I I A, I -ea- 5 ' '15 .E ' v " I l J I I , ' , Y MWA ' ' K 'j' Q, ' 1 ., . -M' fo, V T ' I I. K K' -- ,W I , ' ' ' .1 I , R I I. 0 ' I' . I I , I I Q , ,B X ' I I '- , I , I I I -bk. Q. 1 567, I . B v' I If , - I ,.. . E an -vi, .., s . -5 I I I : Q I I ,, . I gr .x J X kg , I -V' . 1 - . X , I I. , L, ' A -in Ak , S-Q. . , 14124 v 'ir , TENNIS Marne Chartrand Number one slngles player undefeated so far thxs season Marie has the strongest forehand drive and serxe ln the valley She plays a forclng type of fame Interesting from the spectator anv le ean Schrenner Number two slngles ean has a wood drive and a de pendable serve and really plays a smart Game of tenms Her chop bewxlders her opponents Frances Wllson Playing her second year Frances drlve has lonv kept the gurls doubles ln the runnmg when the gomg vot tour h Kathryn Dixon Flrst team doubles Kathryn s placement shots are her outstandxng talents She belleves ln runnmv her opponents over a lot of court Mary Bowman No fxve player flrst and second doubles Mary IS very conslstant and has a good chop Shirley Blanchard Shirley lb the only Junior on the squad She plays second doubles and shows conslderable promise for next year Adella Millard 'lo quote Miss Baker Adella rs the steadrest player on the team She IS a member of the number two doubles The team shows great strength IH the smgles thls year which should earn them the possrble place asY V l A A champs TheY V l A A IS slated for May nmeteenth and twentieth paced by three returnmg veterans Ray Breedlove last year s valley cham plon Bob Butterfleld last years Central Washlngton valley champion and Harold Powell lower valley demon the boys tennls team showed ltSClf to be the best yet produced by Coach Koenig Ably supportmv them were four new comers ohnny Massouras ack Catlin Gerald Stou ard and Tommy Pat txllo Of course Massouras a sophomore showed the most promrse as an ex ceptlonally good doubles player Hampered by lnjurles the Bulldogs started slow dropping the flrst meet to Selah 5 3 and splitting the next wlth Yalclma After these came the Central Washlngton Valley tourney and return meets wlth Yakima Selah and Cle Elum IH whlch Ellensburg showed ltself to be tops seeded team for the valley meet to be held ln Ellensburg on May 20 LOSIDQ lts top three slngle malnstays next year s work Wlll be on the shoulders of Massouras Stougard and Pattlllo L , , A S ,.. , .. . . Q . , D Y Y . . ., . 15 15 ' . : I v v K 7 S., S' 7 . . ' . V . . k H 1 - , . . ,S ' J J ., - , , , , . ' O 9 I - V e GIRLS ATHLETICS tlc C Iul mc 5 ut C u J fflr s par L 11 1 III lu sports nast I1 1 Ja mlnton pmf pon 1 IN L tball and tc nnls IICIIIIIIIIOH prox e c YK rw popuI1r w1th 1 double xddcx IJUIIVY p ay d upon t 1m nt hc re IIN xrtrand L illlt Olll It t e top wnth a w1n ox er I In uc C IIIIOIIQ Ihere w 1s no orffamzed baseball Sprlnff s1w soma twenty me mne rs out or tennls 11 slr es th te11nn1Qn1IJcrs 1ct1X1t1c we rm 11nder the FIITQLIIOII ol blax de I1 r I TRAMURALS In the ba Icetball season the annual lntrxmural ba Ixetball Ieafuc was played off There were two leagues composed of SIX teams each Thr te1n1s came from home rooms studv hall 75 26 4 1nd 5 I0 I7 I5 and I3 23 I I0 chorus and combmed rooms 74 and Z2 The wmner of the X Ieavue study hall pl xx ed room I I the wmner of the B league for the lntramural champlonshlp Ihe study hall was VICIOYIOUS ln thls game Wlth the flrst signs of spring the hugh school 1ntr1muraI baseball sea son got under way Wlth six teams two from each class ln the competltlon Iqhe senlor teams competlng are under the captalnshlp of Bud Wescott and ack Catlm lunxors under Beck Shelton and Rav Pxnney and the sophomores under the gguldance of IITI Sorenson and Wayne Pennmvton ' .-Xthle ' I 1 at I Pt ir 'I I ,,' If ' ti iii 2 t 1d A I' '1 f J this year: I'.'1iII.I'd ' , Vg- g.l2.'I'iT ' .' 1 Ie ' '1I '1 D' .2 " z I2 1' I ,, I' '1 .Ihe 112 1' .I 'h 1A 1r- fhz ' 'z 1 2 h " ' " '. gf 1- 'Q ' '. r A 'z .1 ,,' " , ' . .I ' , sz ' . '-" I 'fl' 1 .1 f I I Q 1:1 2 1 es..-X111 1 'x"' stake-. S 1 J ' ' 2 ' ' s ' ' g 1 " J , ' I -I ' h - QNX.. SCODPS u. 0. U.. as 7' gg, T SCO0PS" Of the hundreds of artlcles 1n a newspaper the most lm portant from the news stand the story that IS exclusive--the story that no other newspaper has ust so IS the scoop section of the Klahlam lmportant and umque as lt contams the snaps and exclusxve blts about the news producmg members of our student body Scoops are excxtmg! The ever eager reporter rs most fortunate when he scoops a story because lt mlght lead to a promotlon or a bonus Scoops are news! The pubhc demands these stories for they are the ones that brmg the Information that keeps the presses ln con stant motlon 4 ll point is the nscoopng for this is - 5 f . ' 0- gb- -? l -wi' 33' nv' J' Supa-w.h .1 K 1 M - 2 gi' 5 ,n.. h ' ' X 'S j - . Elm lx "WN 0 I , Y 5 ' 43 . ' 'M fp ' ..f" A .2 "" V f ' Q51 ' fi? if 8 7 1 . '24 Inf' Q W ... , my L' - V . I V ' ' , V 4. I v-51,5 - ' . f .vii K 1 VAN ' v ' . .j . A , . ' ' " . nf ' . '. 5 . , Q 552,01 Q... N. N N G ' f Y . ' I 'if . Q . Y' Mu' ' ll: 1, . . - is ' 473 A 1 I 25. D 1 an v www ,, ., . "fx A , ' .F . 7, bv : A - . 1 ' ,qv I ' X F ' 4 3 - 7- A , 124 NB' ,M Cyclxng experts Shoo flees' He keeps the school fires burnmg All aboard for the last rude on old Making good use of the llbrary Hold tlght bus N0 1 Swlngmg along In the breeze Go Get Em Bulldogs' can she Cookq And how Sagns of spring fever pton b yo ha One and four make fove Coleman busy day L . , Y 1 V-L , ' X ' ,l , . ., . r X as 25 26 27 . ig V - 'fi 'N 4 ' 51: 41. 'f I , f x , , .. 3, . vv .I 1. s' ' . h ' 'H 4 . Y 2 1 I J P A , bf, . s , .. A I 4 e' I 1 -. ,, . . -" - ' ' , 'ff P ' V31 . Ji., l lrllrj , -g,'x 1 ' , 1 I ' , , . L . .N , 1 - 5,1 ' I ll I Y f., I l In ' V 3 ' ' . Mr. U , I et u've d a D 1, .0 Ls., Mind your music, Mr. Brigham The Sad Case of "Murder in the Shops! Six busy girls. When do we eat? Girls League Conference Soup's on! Apple Blossom Princess Harriet Sweet Memories? That must have been a terrible kick. 9iY'lS- "There are smiles that make you happy" S. O. S. S. O. S. "Give me liberty or give me death" Don't let him go! Day Dreaming Really studying-or just a pose? What goes on here? "Now it's like this-" It's getting to be a habit Carroll ipick 'em young! Burrage Bus Drivers Sr. High Shop Jr. High Shop New Gymnasium Mechanical Drawing Room JI nn. AV G1Is Earrarw and a Lambue Whatcha lookmg t Tense Moment W 3 a ur p e ty gurls In the village schoo Chuck s telllng them Chemlst 'lt heart M55 Croteau Marx Brothers W d The Thmker Orme Watch out youll fall out I C h t 'kv Hene we go carrymg nuts nn May Romeo and Julet 1n s e a Nllss Argall and a Hvndu Stull More Gals A Hawaiian Mass B others will be brothers le. , - w n ' bf s. . ' , .1 I L ' I. X :- " '. 5,713+ ,N ' ' . Q vt ' A !!5!!Z.. !!!!!5:!euw 5 ' ,. 1 ev- . fi E 2? Y : . , kr' , L . I , N .fy H t - . x r, t t I W 5 we ' -5 'tail 6 5 "Age .U . -- C ' ' a . h I car! FQ V 7 ' t ' Teachers at play Nlr. Johnson pitching horseshoes , ' - - 7 Quiz soLu'r1oNs Why sO serlous lVlr Putnaml and wlth all those pretty pan les too' My my what dl nlty lVlls Xr all' Xnd who possesfs thls sweet SITIIIC3 None other thall l lll Bralnlett Why lVlr Splcer IS that a dress you have on3 Who IS thlS bonny Scotch la sle readlnl, The Llttle Red lle 5 ht ltS llttle Margaret Atcldlson SUYDYIQCI Behlnd all those rlbbons lb Bea BUZZ6ttll RCCOQDIZC the curlv halr3 Of course lt s JUHIOY hl h prlnclpal Purnell Mlss lVlacLennan so sweet and shy' Are you tYVlD to hlde behlnd some body s sklrts3 Ward CDan Cupld Rasmus ID hls flrst B V D You don t seem very pleased wlth your new baseball sult Mr Xpplegate' We wonder just what llttle lVllss Talmadge IS ann at beneath the lofty trees There was a llttle Qlfl who had a llttle curl rl ht ID the mlddle of her forehead yes lt S Claydes Baker Why Mr Wlck V and to thlnk that you would houlder a mu lcet' Dernure and wlstful was l leanor Roberts ID her younger dax Beau Brummel Howard lJfllCXt. It or not' Was It the cameraman you dldn t llke Mr Burge onf' MISQ Twyman ln the days when dolls meant just a lot more than eometry and al ebra Xlot thlnklng of Caesar are you Mr b6lbCl3 We wonder just when you posed for that M ohn on That must have been a SCYIOUS blrdle you were l0Ohll'l!., at 'Vlr C ooke' Nllss luther dld you know your pettlcoat IQ showln 3 Mr Brown just at whonl were you alllllni, that un3 lVllss Hamllton wearln the latest creatlon of the dal Beamlng Wlth pleasure could thlS really be NOYITIEXU Howell5 ust a lqld named flxoenlf., None other than our petlte llbrarlan ean Skerrw Could that be a lxlahlam or l It a Coolt bookl Ml BPITII 9 lVlr Roy F D R Wahle PI'B9ldCDt of our student body 2. , , 'g ' , ,f g . 3. .l.' if .- 1. s ' . ' Q 's ' , . 4. . . Q ' .. 1 ' . 5. N ' ' . ' ' f " ' . f -n1"Rig . 9. ' A J - '- 'Q . . 's. IO. ' : ' .- ' : ' : ' , . .- 7' . ll. ' ' ' ' .-.' A1 ' , 12. .. H . MB. ' . y .g . . I3. , . ' s. f ' s ' sz . I4. ' 5 1 1 -1 I 5. ' f , 1' H' . I6. Q' ' ' "', . 7 f IB. l ' ' 1 , - , . 2 ' . 19. ' s : , r. j s ! 20. : : ' s ' ' -' Lf ,l . N . 2l. - . ' ' ' ' '- .- ' g 22. . , ' s ' ' ' K' ' gr . 23. 'st ' ' ' g ' . 24. ' x ' - ' ' 2' ' . 25. "J x A Joe,"- " 'fl 25. ' ' ' " . J 27. ' ' ' ' 1 's' , '- , 'ss . 'sl 28. . C . . .D ' , .' . x CALENDA SEPTEMBER Shh' He1e we a1e sacked su11ept1ouslv shudde11ng to see selx es sta1t studung Such S3011 lege' Shucks' SIIICP school IS gett1ng lllldel wax Ray Oten stalts O11 h1s 9 ll101lIh s XRCHIIOII FIISL CCIIIGIH ITIIXGI 8 QPI UOg6th91 affall Assemblx bt teachezs w1tl1 apolog1es to Walt DIHIIPX Football season opened w1th a uctory OWEI K6llll9W1Ck' SCOIG 20 0 Plat cast chosen and thu all start 16 hE3I'S1l'lg IHUCII to OLearx s dlsmak We we1e f1t to be tled bx Cashme1e The game ended lll a 6 to 6 NCOIE OCTOBER The JUIIIOX H1gl1 klds tluck 011 down at the11 n11xe1 The Hom Relauons classes had to cook mwahd d1shes and eat them No CIHCKS Pxosser game The bus broke down once the bus broke down twlce and the team b1oke down a11d gate Pxosser the game Score 13 7 T11 Y tnstallatton Fo1mal occasion w1th sklrts and blouses Athletlc g1rls Bean Feed Menu Beans Beans Beans and Btcaxbonate D1ck Dunmngton walks off w1th the blue rlbbon at the local bovs leg show Teachers glV9 encore pexfoxmance Mr Howell 1ea1ly enJoyed 1 Footb ll boss gene1os1tx 18 ove1whe1m1ng Thew lost to Wapato Ill a 13 to 7 score Sophomo1es hop exert body gets bxoken 111' Gll1d3l1C9 classes begln and we lea1n agam how to act 111 the halls school1ooms etc Soc1al Se1v1ce Club Soc1al A banquet IH other woxds H1 Y lIllll3I9S set a new ha11 style or boss The tl 11d ls mostlx off mstead of up Dxama club banquet Dld X011 see that blo11d lll the xed sweat 819 This was at tl1e Toppenlsh game whe1e the Bulldogs staged a comeback a11d tl0l1IlC9d the op DOSlt10l'l 13 to 0 The Jun1o1 Hlgh F'1eak pa1don m Carnlval Those flllllle fa1mer fellows fIO11C fur1ous ls at fanaucallx tunnx 1n1t1at1on 27 8 Teachers lIlStlllll.8 Colwell goes to Kent and she Kent get os er lt Halloween What no sheep? 88 NOVEMBER Hea1 dem bells'P Well 1t was the Slgllql f0l tl1e No1thwest Jubllee SIIIEEIS assemble MHIIIIEE of the Youngest No 111019 HUSDICIOUS OCCBSIOIIS fOl MRIX and McCumbe1 BSIDIE Ha11ell set tl1e Dlelld a new stxle of IHUIHDQ P11l1IlgS beat Sunnx s1de 26 to 6 SITl1fhSOll Hughes Mage1s and Deasx tell the T11 Y g1l1S how they 11ke the11 women 1esult well done 011 both s1des a11d w1th lots of sea SOIHIIQ, Get 1t2999 Elect1on dav and wl1at a bleak fo1 sleepy C121 students SIIOXK' B1eedloxe Butte1f1eld and MCGIHIIH ha11 mspect the1r sk1 mate11als Snow all gone and bless Im soul a 11011 da1lClllg pa1tx Armlstlce assembls and glrls plat tootball at thxee quarte1 of an hou1 Pep assem bls M1 BIOXXII cr1sp'P 01 was he" To save pendmg IIOI MI Putnam D10 Clallfled an Arm1st1ce hohday I11sh Jack Kelle her IS h xo of the Cle Elum game 6 0 H1 Y the at1e party Fe1n1n1ne COXIHJGIIUOII beg111s 'ts THE rHa1old Powelll blond 111 tl1e led sweate1 appea1s on 1oll call M Frank MOlg2ll OEt6IlhGlI'll6l gnes p1epa1at1xe speech on commg Washmgton State Theatxe p1esentat1on CllSCllSS1OIl and Waflllllg f01 boys to get dates ahead of tlme No buslness meetlng closes On Stage Thexe seems to be some d1s CUSSIOII about 1t It was on stage but ev1dentl5 the stage DIODETLIES wexe off stage Pep 1all3 and bonfne then ashes Llfe goes on w1th lllll'lOl healt 31111161105 afte1 a perfectlx thr1ll111g flllal game w1th Pasco and whoopee we won' Football banquet and dance Moxe whoopeel Class d1SIll1SSCd ea1lv 43 301 so the f,9"lC1l6IS could dash f01 the 3 30 tlalll alld buses and mlss GIIIS IllSh home to get 1eads fo1 Try Y Tolo SI10llg symptoms of xacatxon blues tux stxong Tllilllkiglklllg YRCHIIOII began about 3 00 school dlSIIllSb9d 3 30 We catch up on back appetltes We 193111 all about MPXICO f1on1 SPIHOI Robtxta De La Rosa handsome too Se1 1OllS casa of hefut tlnobs sp1ead among 31119 as he DIPSPIIIS se1e11'1de DECEMBER F1rst n1,,hte1 students 'ue seen at the Re modeled N Y Cafe Opelllllg Oh no VlOlld6l f1ee 1ef1eshments' The JLIIIIOI' P10111 takes place lll a httle hula heat en Ill blue Hawan at the Vl5t3 House 6... . ' ' '-. -s " ' .v 1.,, ,- - ' . ' 8 U - - - K, -K, . - ,. . . J' v K- ' 1 K. LJ Arn- . . .. ' ' K K ' 5 ' A I . ' .. L. S . 1 . -. Y. ' 7 , . . ' , 0' 1 22 I V - Lx. N. A, X. x .- .'- '. , V I , ' '. . L. . , . w . . - . 8 I H A ' A , . . K. , 25... 1 " ' ' ' ' 9... -. - V, -1 Y - 30 U V l Q ' A 'A - -V K 'D . . , .. V L. . t 10 . . . ' - . 3 - 1 D I I ' . ' ' . . V ' . I v ' . .' .I . .- 4,., e ' . .' 'vu '-' - - ' '- ' " 14 , .. " '.' sm. . U . ' 1 ' ' ' 4 ' 10 . . , -'- ' .' ' . - ' ' ' ' s V ' 1- . ' 1 11 g . . A. V I .16 . 3 . Junior and Senior class meetings. Prom .14 ' " ' ., ', ' , ' Y 18 . . . 1' ,- .1 .- . 1-- 15 D I . a Ax' . K' 5, 'l. . . ' ' '. . A. A I 5 ' ' ' 19 . 1 . ' . 1' ' - ' ' - 15 I - . . 'A . V K- . . x. . . yy- . . 1 . 17 . . . ' 7 .- -' f - - ' ' - 18... '- " Y ' . Q F ,,f , . 19... , . f ask.. - -. .4 .- got.. f 29... f 1. I 21 V h I .. ' , D. ' . , . - l h ' I -. , .q. 30... .1 A f - ,- 22 . . . 1 ' ' ' ' - ' e- 5 A A A A 1 ' .' ." U ' I , 2 ' N ' . L. , - - CALENDAR Student Co11fe1e11ce 111 Yakuna Enteltaln 1111111 Oll Ifjtllllllllg bus 11113 fllll11Sh9d bv Bxeed lou MHIX a11d the old SIIHCHOX A11de1so11 and Kelso Debate w1th Wapato and the OIZIOIICHI Contest we got lll tl1e most XXOICIS 111 the least 11n1e Tsacl1e1 s Bea11 Feed Hllld shakmg abandoned '1f1c1 JIISLI NOIIIIXKPSI Assembh We Beat Renton" Rah' Rah' Rah' '111d stuff' 11 the f11st l1o0p fO1ll8S of the season Dlama club cafe1e11a dances sta1ted Then wele 6 people dancmg am wax Have xou fo1gotten so soon" The game wlth Yaklma Need I sax I'IlO1E'999"'7 Temperance talk ot VLh1Ch the students a1e a wee b1t skept1cal Bulldog Gua1d sponsored Cl111s11nas da11ce I11 splte of C.OllfUSlOll 0191 the scoxe tl1e Wapato f1ve SLlIIPIlClE'I6d to 0111 qu111t Teache1s cake eatlng contest 111 k1tche11 '1ftt1 back to school 11119 1310512111 We Llllllk 11s a t1e b 1wee11 Lucas KO9l1lg a11d Nelson CIUISLIDHS Assemblx MI Bllghaln s D10 teges DIFSGIII the NAIIXIU All out alld I do mean out for '1 bad Hangox 91 Yaklma done 1t aga1n but not qulte so badlv JANUARY The awful t1utl1 School agalll 1981111195 M016 Bulldog h1t the dust whe11 the Wenatchee Pa11the1s bowed 6101111 to the Ellens bu1g Bulldogs SCOI6 31 20 E11thus1ast1c Ellensbtng IUIIIECI OY91 the m1ghty Ma1quette 34 25 J C Sm1thso11 was sleepmg so soundlx that those sons of the n1ed1cal DIOfE'S5lOl1 stole 111s 'IDDPIICIIX Al111a Powell lS collectlng famous peoples s1,,11atu1es teachel s to sou 111 1191 Xmas auto g1aph book Could she haxe '111 obJect'P I wo11de12 Fans enjox clexe1 Globe TIOIIQIS pe1fo1111 ance as thex took C W C E fox f1 sp111 a11d I do mtan sp111 L1b1'111ans take 111110 out fo1 thea11e pa1t1 Blood p1essu1es 1a1se at HOIIOIRIS T11ple E s Supe1st1t1on Dance wh1le tl1e Bulldogs chew up Cashme1e 52 7 Wenatchee 1039 f1 om the dead and beat us Its not gene1all1 adnntted but ou1 SCO19 was 2 pomts less than Cle Elums AIIOIIIPI j1tterbu1g b1t the dust as Kenny Johnson was take11 from the Rambow T010 and gnen ethe1 Selah bows to the Bulldogs Kan KRISSI Koemg s111gs out students wh1le Chuck Robb1ns and Buddx Westcott t15 passmg all olal h1St0IS test Semestex ends one l1alf gon: Box' Repoxt cfnds Lssued Rox Wahlt 1"lI9S 1101101 1016 Cash111e1e skunked 353111 bx tl1e Ellens blllg pettlcoat CIIHSPIS HHag6Il Camozzy De1a11leau and Chase 1eported absent th1s mornmg COIIILICIQIICGS ca11 and w1ll happen' T11ple E goes DUIIGII on the R112 at the N Y Blue Room lllltlatlllg new membe1s FEBRUARY The D1a111a club put 0161 the G11ls Club Assemblw Ml G1ou11d Hog p1ed1cts that sprlng IS OIIIX 6 weeks awax Well well see Amhow we lea1n all about bl1dS at Northwest Assemblx Bulldogs bow to Selah 1221 O11 me' The sk111 IS off the1r teetl1 but the Bull Spr111g cant be ver5 far off Beula MII chell d1splass he1 tooth paste ad teeth Bulldogs stage a successful comeback at the WRIIIOIS Debate team sought fame and f0lfllI'16 1w1th a l1ttle flatten thrown IDF 111 a Coast Contest The gnls took top hono1s at the Skl meet L1ncol11s bnthdax was spent 111 good skung 011 the n1ounta1ns All gxrls dlsplax candx wh1le LOIS Euck son 1a1e a 1eal necklace MI Bughams perfoxmance Romeo and Ju11et by Bllgham and produced bw Bngham MHIX 1111 ns 1n sta1 X perfoxmance Last pep assembls Shox el Flelds 1eallx shoxels Muslc COIICPII formals and e1e1xth111g F111al l1oop f1ol1c e11ded bx 'IIIOIIIGI uc IOIX 0101 Cle Elum Ba11d plaws Al111a MWIPI 1ea1s st1e'11n f1o111 SPIIIOIS exes Bel1111d tl1e Mlke DIOCIULIIOII delaxed wh1l Wee Wlllle B dashes 200 Xilds dash to make wneless c01111ect1o11s Back to School fO1 Pa1ents Rgalll WOIIL thex exe-1 1931119 Vna la GGOIQGO W3ShlI1gIO11l0S Bnthday hohdax lone dau 24 5 Pops C'i1 a11d tl1e r1ght thumb got stu dents to the Y V I A A Basketball TOIIIIIPX 111 Yaklma So fa1 lost one a11d V011 0118 89 3... ' ' ". "- 21... .' .- 1 7... - . 24 . . . . .- - A, 8 . . .1 -.- '-' . 1' " 26... '. . j "1 .' 9... ..- . . .. 27... .' -' Q 1' j .'- 13 . . . - . " .- .4 ' . 30 . . . . '. ' . 1 .t 16 . . . ' 3 '- .- .Q . ' " A . . j ' ....... 31 . . . -' " - - 'R' KV ' L. ..l . V .-- ' lv' x i I V - .'t', 22 ' . I .-L. K. Lu. M1 .I .' . 'A. . - . v ' ' V 1 'T .v' 24 . . . - - . - 4 , , . . ' ' ' . , , - ly 11eeded vacation. Merry Christmas and a Happy dogs dgyyngd Wapato 20-17. I ' 7 . . . ' ' ' ' . ' - 28 . . . I ' A I ' 'L -1, - - , ' " 10 . . . -. .- - ff 6 ' I ' . .V I Y '-K. V . ' A 'T 1 .4 -Q ' ' 1' 12... ' I " g '. . ' ' , "- "" 14... 3 ' -'-- 13-U ,t K .' , .' -V ft' ' ' Al, . K - . ' ' U ' 1 .. - . ' 1. '. . 14... '- - ' ,g 20 . . I . lv 'V . H. . ' . A ' l ' . .. ' .11111111 :dx 1 ci 1 s 111 the neu lltlle ulloxx bus go to Seqttle mmm 011 the llttlel to XISII Westelu EIILLVNPIH Som bodx su mg I It xuoxncd thxee IIILIHS 'VIARCH T e C W C P xmxxlcal assmnblx 'Thu tml WWSIIIIIQIOII Collab- Tllllt spluxlx oclock CIXICN Clasx A shot 111 e G1 Olllld Hoa' emx x ll xlplnbct xtaucis 101 Cm 11 of Educ 111011 Chouv on se us changed um IS XKOIIII somethmg Ol othm MWIIIIOII I st idmlulstelcd M1 Applegate the fOIf'1l111I1?! of Spllllg flolled 111 lux Spllllg, Sllll todax Ex mxbocix lose fu Noon as the 3131111 mom oft to see 11 thm could DOSNIDIX hfuo T B Tlus lx thm 111811111611 N cifu to shout 4S01uP thoxf- UIQEIIN utulllx N xcluv me xu mike uosx sim 10111 10 W1 1 W1111 fox T11 Stat: COIIHIPIILC Nflxous 11Il111X Hunk 011 doxxn Lhf LI lck IL Selah Sxlcuu ltlglltxd ll thm Latm Club B111 quw Oulx Lum spoken so 11011 mould 'mx one saw am thme, H S klclw lhlll muh 13 mmulfs IE Im xklt DGIIOIIIVIIIIC H p . x n 1111 H ms Bllllkt the S11xx1 Skates Ol Ichols Dellght Delsgalu LIIADKIOIHG bx Joi 'md F101 ence gl 10 Pullman COIIIFPIDIILG The Lnlx chancex CEIIHK 'lgnllll Tuple E Glllghqlll T010' T1 uk team off to Toplx 111511 Allllllql hlghllghl KLAHIAM assemblx SQIHOIN knock off 101 auothu 110111 to haw iCO111t1lIlCCll1lx One xx IX 0 001 exmuse thu IS csltam X 111111 01 lllm NL 1 01 slupm Am xu to I mmm mp Flu C016 hu md IIIONI of the Dogx xwul IO thx Sewttle TOLIIIIKX Im D0lX1XtIx on hom 10 gift I0 Som? Slllx Sflflll Sxmphom Stuff O1 the Woodxx md T110 Bleswci smut' Auotnfx Ample Bl .nm P11 new ro 111 Xiu mpxese1.LM1w H1l11PItE11Zq beth Hogue Babes Clllllfll Waxhlugton Guls Coufmencs hcfld Cougxxts kld' K0 mg hands 0111 Xs 10 the lvpolt Lam holdel 0Llt6'l Some spucix IOILZKIIKS muuxcd Pxogmms' P10QJ,I'1IHS' C'mt M11 the damels fiom tha fllllllllllt 1111110111 '1 plogxam' Two gobs xlxlt the old stnmd Jack Chfm C1191 and Delbcxt Dxxou 'GODS of xxhqtv APRIL S 11101 ball BIOXKII blushes' Till? thlllls' Wahle xupex the smlle off Ins fflce is the Iaadluq 1ad1eS at thff Wenfatclwv Apple Blossom Fe SI1X'l1 Come to wel com Pxmcews Hilllfll 10 thx fvtm Plltllqlll Ind BIOXKII 110 pu Sf utvd 1 glass 13011 teal msc bx M1 Vlclulle of the Hollunood Glflw Blow ex s Ruexenci Lmxllt fsatuxod fit the Eastel Assemblx Wmdx Eastex featuuci Bl1It61f1E1d and P011 on Clalg s 11111 Jack OCOIIIIGI comes to school mth a whole new outfxt School Assemblx D1 esented Future Metxo polltan Stale Ol No Place fo1 a Jlttexbug 13 14 Walked away mth the honoxs at the Conual Washmgtou Muslc Contest 90 1 J We I1 lllhfxt NI XY T.a.,L ...eu hu 1c1 hue and c11m und bx the 'hack Banquet Ind Dame MOLIICIS IIOIIOIGC1 muh Le 11 and pxogmm Thu leallx 61111 1t Fllcusbux 15,1111 host 10 tlfxck slams hom 11111 bx I'l1l1UilCl stops Minus Du' Y u lbsolulflx Q ll tflkz ll xxlth 3 1 an Boxxmm sk locket stfu IN Num so 10 Bfibv DLNIIILL Tmck Nleft Y0111 ,ucv IS is good is 01.118 IL bettm be 'IIN um Teachel W111 somebodx phase xvmlw up and 'IIISXXCI lh1S QLILNIIOIIO Studs ut No' Stfxlv Tmck Nlcct F'1IllOl1S Ilcct fooled f1SClI1"tIl ffms' Boom' Smmms bcgm rhf 11 Good bxu' VACATION fwlsm 1111111 lts 01111 Mem 011211 Dax JUNE, s Class dfu Jelks a fem tems fxom mlghtx 59111018 and John Hemxs splash on KLAHIAM pages Relax budcix sa cant do am thmg about 1t now Schools ovex Schools 0V9l Semors close lovkms f0lPV01 225 . . . KI' Az 111 "1 df' . X 15 . . . Dxlsga I 1 'X " .'.'-xzt' ' V alla 27 . . . v K' .' 'z lv hat ' 5. 18. , . 'f -1 'V 1 X A ' 1 - 1 f ' y A 2 19 . . . J. A A - " 7 ' --lays 9 , . . ll! . . . I. C. pu-sf .' 21 wry 'z 'lcd ' x' ' - "' ' 'i 1' ' ' ' X '. ' . 20 . . . J. .S, lik' li mm- " z .4 ' 'xx' or 10 . . .4 ' ' 1 .' 'z ---sw p - ' ' in 2 21 - A 4 A , , A ,, , , X K ,- '- - '--- 1 l 0 . .x .,l uf ' i' .1 x ' V V ' ' ' 24 , . . 1 ' A - , 25 . . . ' ' ' ' X' ' .4 -h ' ff- ' 1 ' . . h IH V. v Q 27... -:gr n 1 ."" " ' ' '- ' ' pol 1' hi xi. hat 1 '-in' 01 .' .' 1- 1 j xc"-al . 1 . ,, 1"18 ' " ' ' 1 ' , 'q X Q ' 29 . , . A V11 in the- "r1'L1c'k" 10 11 luwk mm-vt in the Seattle T0ll1'Ilt'X'. 1 20... Hz Q -' L1 2 - el' u-f.-xv. , ,' X- .' 2.-, -. .-X.-.. G- - Ai.-T .xxx lm' L- ' 'F - '2 '- 13... u 'gzu' Q ,.. . , .-A ., ., It . . 14 . .. 0 ap Q' A"fll . X ' jol. I I M v 1 4 ...Y-. .- L. K .v A. . P. H 31 . . . ' -' 5 A 5 . - ' 1 - H 4 . ,V 'lv h L. . C . if '.'. ' 4 A' ' - r ' 1 - ' g 1' A 24 , .. - z-- K x I'-' NL' 4 'C ' - . .ts lv .. U , .' , , lv , ll... ' 4 V x . 'A' x,. V x.v - 'X-A. 12 ' U 6. ... I .. . - -V .IOK L, l1111N IIS 1 111111. 71 l 11 'N I1 11111 11 A f'N ,- .Z IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIlII f M1 NGISOII N011 11 I sub11a1't Pu 110111 .51 1111ats 111 111ff9191111'P J0l111 P00191 YP2111 tl1ats 1111111 I s111 Who 11111s'1 M1 Johnson 011 F F' A 11111 C1111 I get 11 100111 11,1 1111999 H0191 CI9111 Ha19 1011 got a IOSPIXHIIOIIQ M1 J01111s011 W11at 110 1011 11111111 I 21111 a In111a11'P VI B011911 11 1119 11 C818 1011261 41111111019 11t N1 U11 111 11.1us1 t11 111111 11111111111 1119111 S11111 H011 110111 X011 D1ll111ll111t tlns s1n 111 110 111 b1ll 1110111111 111111 C11111 1011111 11111111 1 11s1 Jl 11115 Dont X011 111111 1.11111 10111111 1111 1 P B P1 L 1 C1111101L1 '111 1s111 1 111 1 1111111z911' 1 1 B11126 S1 11 W 1111 18 1 0111 gf 19 Eug9119 Mag91s W111 11 18 11 1119111011 01 1101111110 11111019 1011 NIJPIIC1 IIISIQHC1 01 '1ft9111 a111 911 Johnson W ll J1111 I 1111111111111 '11 1 91111 of 1111s 111011111 SLIIDIISPGQ 1111 Ma1t111 N I19 DPPII 111191111119 11 19111s Ma11 BHINCK S01111 111911 1111181 '11t11 fa11111 801111 1 11 1011 111111 801111 '1 11 11101111 R211 Elhs A1111 I 1111011 SOIINUIIIIL, 11191 '111 1111N1 111111 M 11 BZIIIIUS W11111 s 11111 P R11 Elhs S1lt1'11 1191111118 Mlss Algall Bznbala 110 1011111111 I111 11111111108 01 1119 last 1lass 11191t111g'J BHIDHIR P1sh91 W111 110 I 111119111 M188 A1g1ll W11at9 As s9c19t1111 of 1119 class 11111111 1011 119911 1119 19c01d of 1119 last 11199t1ng'J Baxbala O11 I 11816 a 19c01d of 1119 1111-9t111g but I couldnt 119913 tl19 11111111108 b9caus9 I d1d11t 11810 a 11atcl1 VI1 W11k A 1001 11111 ask qu1st1011s that a 111s9 111311 cant ans1111 Bob P1t11111 N0 110111191 111 12111911 IH 0111 91 1111111311011 Yes SHIC1 KQIXNIII TIIOIIIDSOII I ha19 had s01111 t 111b19 CIISHIJIJOIIIIIIIPIIIN b11t 110119 siand out 0191 t119 19a1s l1k9 1111 0111 11111 CH1119 10 1119 XKIIED I 1111s 1 1101 What 11as 119 WIIGII I 11as a b01 I 11 11.11111 11111191 '1 tent to S61 1119 CIICUS 111111 I 1l1s10111111 1t 11as a 19111211 111991 1112 H 111 'NI11h11l 011111 11 0 10 s 2 011111 1 H1l1n M11 111111 11 O11 If 11.111111 11 W111 110 1011 1111111 to 1411011 P 1111s1 I111 111111119 11 C0111 JOXI VI1 VI1111111 D11s 111111 b01 111111 111s school 1 Hugh s O11 110 T111 p10bl9111s a19 9as1 111011211 but h1s IIINXH IS 1111 100 0112111511 to S1111 tl19 1 1101191 'VII 1311221121111 1111s 11pl1111111g 1119 1119a11111g of 1' 111111 fi 111 11 sons 111a1 lns 1lass 11as about to s111g 191 CXD18111l11gl 1111 Inst Slgll 119 sald 011 11111111911 1f 1 111112111X f0111 1111at 11091 ff 1119a119 E1f11t1 s110L111d 11111 C1111 111 UIIINOII M1ss B'111P1 S0111 Phil S191911s 10 1119 p11111'1pal I111N 11101111112 101 1'h11a1111s: What 11111 S111 1109 S119 Cauvht 1111 iO'1111l11L, 1111 11bs C1111 111g 11111 S1 11091 9111111 M1 B011111 W11111 111111 b11'01119s 199 1111at 9 1, 11 1111111149 111111 t1k9s 1J1?lCP9, Jack P111111P1 T119 g11'1t9s1 1'hang9 that ta119s 1111199 18 thv 111111119 111 1111119 B9ula M1tch9ll SHRQS al119 I 110111 b9l1919 a 1101111111 1011111 91 Pl b9 so fat MRIIOII Tuck91 W11'1t :119 X011 Ieadlllg 11011 13911139 Beula M1tch91l W111 tlns pap91 tells about a11 E11gl1sl1110111an 11110 10st 1110 tl1011sa1111 pounds "1 HQ1 Iiltl' 1 11' ,1' 111111 11111 1 1 .. s 1- lx 91.11 'tl 11" lu '11 lun, 1. -I ni-11.111 , nj 11 Cf 1 1: ' 1 "W1j ' 'f 11 1 1 1' in - M h A - B 1- l-511 -1: --B 1 .. 5.1 1 1 1. , h P11 .' " 1 'si "M 110 ' 11 j 11 511911 "11iA1l"? l1'111'l1'? 'T111' 1111111 1111-11' il 1' - ll- ' ' ' ' 1110 I J 1 ' 1 " C' - 1 " 1 ' 1 -' ' m.,1..,.-A-- no 11 - '11 1 1 Mil '1 "1-1: "I 1' ' '- 1 11' .'1 llflixl' 11111 1'11," I '. 1 ' ' ' i " 1 I' ' l' L' A Mf11'1'I1l H212lg6111I "It's gI'l'211 S1J1'1'C1111g along 111111 l31'0b19mS d11fi4'11lff"' .L , A' . K A' I ,X I .V C pi.: 1. l . , . N. . -.A. , K' 1 "Gl1 Q: ' 11111 1'o' . I'11 '91 -' '1 1 'Q' I ' VI: 'L 3 " 1' 1 z ' 1 1 I '. 1' ' ' ' K .' 2 A 9 . ' . " ' 1 1 119 I I J' ' ' : ' 0. " ' h ' for -- K - 1 h. K . h. .- 1 1f1-- .1 1 .fry I A ' , , , 3 ' ' -' 1 - .., . 1 . . . - 'V , 2 I 111 11711 I H H .I . I , V 1 'l.,. . ,K I -- . . . K. , . , , ' V. -' fx' 'fc 2 1 V . A A.. . 1 ... I V 1 . . - I. N. I ln- Q The 1111119111 band p1'1ct1te 11'1s 111 full 81.11115 but SOIIIPEIIIIIQ, 11ad gone 1110115 M1 B11gham g1a1 ed 11 tl1e COIIIEI DIRYGI W111 on eaxth d1d X011 lean olf pla11ng just as 111 got to the ChO111S9 Well 1epo1ted Jack OCOIHN1 011 m1 muslc 11 s11s RPfIHll1 so I d1d Edna Culp 11as d1lX1Ilg, I11I011C,11 tl1e COUIIIIX 111111 1101 dadd1 when fOl the f11S1 UI119 111 l1e1 l1fe she sp1ed so111e cat ta1ls 111 '1 85811115 Oh dadd1 she C1l9d shakmg 111.8 a1111 look at the hot dog g'11den' Edlth Colv1e1l 1111 111 cxamb MISS Ben11s 11hat date 1s tod'11" Mlss BGUIIS Wh1 do 1011 11 1111 to kno11'J Edlth Co111el1 Well I 11'1nt to get QOIl19I111I1g 11g,ht 111 thls SXHIIIIIIQIIIOII' Balbaxa DeG1a1e S315 Da1l1ght sa11ng IS fou11d ed on tl1e old Ind1an 1dea of cuttmg off one e11d of the blanket a11d N911 1115 IL 011 the OIh9l end to make II 1011591 Ml Koen1g What 'ne the t111ee 11o1ds IHOSI used among hlgh school studentsq Ed G11mm I dont KIIOXK Ml Koemg COIXGCI' N011 sa1d Ml Joh11so11 11h1ch bo1 can name t11e thlngs that COIIIRIII Tflllko I can shouted Clayton Alfo1cl Buttel and cheese a11 ICE cxeam an t11o co11s Ml Koemg M1 goodness Stan' H011 d1d you 1011 get such dlrtv hands9 Stan Sorenson Washxn ITIX face' Eugene Marx Of cou1 se 1111 b1othe1 has studxed a fOl?1gI1 language Sa1 11ello to the 111a11 111 alge bla Jack Johnny SITIIIZHSOIIS old ca1 Nel11 No 1 1olled up to the toll budge F1ft1 cents called out the gateman Sold sa1d Johnm MLSN A1gall asked fo1 sentences l1S1I1g the 11o1d bea11s M1 fathel g1o11s beans sa1d Ted Hanks 'VIN mothe1 cooks beans came flO1T1 Jack Kelle 1er Then B111 F'1elds p1ped up We a1e all hun1a11 beans Tl1e 1111616182 bell had 111115 1111611 I11sh Jack Kellehe1 shouted Has an1one seen me 1est'P S1116 sa1d Jack O COIUIEI and X6 YQ got 1t on Rlght and I have 1epl1ed Ke1l1 gazxng solemn 11 at h1s bosom and 1ts a good thlng X6 seen II OI Id have gone home 111thout It 92 Hes MISS AC1C1lSOlI 1'-1pl'1111td q te 1 11 1 bu of plants and flo11t1s ha1e tl1e DIPf1X dog Fox mstanee the dog 1086 a11d tl1e dog 11o1et a1e 11111 111101111 Can X011 name anothe1'9 Thele VRS SIIEIICG the11 1 DWDDX look 111111l1111'11IC1 the face of Mac MCE11111 Please 111188 111 c 1l1ed out DI011C1 of 111s k11o11l tclge colhe f1OXKP1N' LOIS E1ans 11as glXll1 IJGIIIIISNIOII to se11c thc tea at her 111otl1e1 s brldge 1321111 Hel mothel IIOIICCCI S01l18t11111g S11S1J1C1011S 111 1191 teacup and sa1d Lo1s chd 1011 NIIE1111 the tea? LOIS 1ep11ed Yes n1otl1e1 I couldnt f111d the 1901 St1"1lI19l so I stlalnsd 1t thtough tl1e fl1 s11'1l e He1 1not11e1 11 18 tc111bl1 shocked a11d S1161 W111 Lo1s' LOIS 1epl1ed Dont XKOIIX 111011191 I dldlll ust the 11e11 one I st1a1ned It I11l0llg11 the 1911 old 111 s11atte1 Wh1 15 a pancake l1ke the sun'J Dots eas1 HIISXKPICCI Jo1ce Mattson It XINKN 01lI of de1 1east and se ts be11111d de1 1est MISS Add1son 11as t'XD12i1l11l1g to 1 llttle gnl 11011 tl1e tlees de1e1op tl1e11 fohage 111 tl1e sp1 lllgtlllle Oh 1es sa1d Pattx Ste1 ens I kno11 11011 JQIIX MCCUIIIDBI and Bluce Suckney X'lXK11lC1 a11d 0116 sa1d What shall 11e do ton1gl1t'P Let s toss up a C0111 to declde 1epl1ed the othe1 If 1ts heads v1ell go to the IIIOXISS 1f 1ts ta1ls 11e 11 call on Be1111e a11d F'1eda a11d lf lt stands O11 end 11e11 study Youl teache1 1138 1111tte11 to 88X that l1e fl11C1S 11 1mDOSS1b18 to teach you an1th1ng B111 B111 Nun1e1 Thete' Ive a111a1s sa1d he 11 as no good Flallkllll Schnebl1 I dOl1t XKRIIE th1s ILOIIIC DOCI01 Wh1 not9 F1ankl1n Well the d1I8Cf101lS SRX 1ts fo1 adults a11d I1e DGVSI had them Mlss B11zzett1 What IS tht econonncal 111119011 ante of sponges'J Ma11 Tov1nsend TIIPX a1e used b1 people 11ho takes batl1s Johnn1 MHSSOIIIRS 11as Xlsltlllg a lanch and 11as 1n11ted to go ho1seback lldlllg a11d 11as offe1ed 111s cholce of a11 Enghsh 01 11este1n saddle Whats the dlfl-PIPIICCQ l1e asked The 11este1n saddle l1as '1 holn l1e 11as told I dont Ihlllk I shall need one 111tl1 a 110111 19 xephed I don 111te11d t 11de 111 11e 11 I18ff1C . 1 - ' 1 '. ' " '..' A : " 1. " ' .' - . " 111 z 1111- K. ' Y . , . ,V .L .' . . . K I . ,.l. K . . ", - . .. A. . ' -1 . - 1 ' xr 1 ' K.. L. Y . I -. K .-'- ' 5.2 v.l. - . ' v- K. ' I" .. K A. I , .2 U . '.. . - 1 1 " A - ' H " 1 .. L. .' .' , . U . Y .' W I 1 .' I 1' - ' I I 4 I ' . ' . x'.N , , "Q A ' ' .' A' . Y- ' V ' ' . U ' - ' , ' ' l 1' ' ' .' Q I I 1' b ' c ' .N ' A , N rf. A ' .' ' A 4 . l H - N I 4 V 1 L. .K ' .v K, 5. 1 ' 1 ' , , A. -. .K Y ' N 1 . .. .. I 1.3- 1 - .' cy. H . . .2 N. 14 . .' -. K. , L.: - - -. I . .K . . ' ' 4 V - ' . - V I . Q A. v ., . , . K I A- V. Y , 1 -- 'l. k..."- L. . . U. K. h .1 H. K . It V... V. -. x. ' I K- , K. ' . . A. I" .I They keep their sumlner clothes in their trunks." ' ' f , ' .. '11 ci: wk I ' Z .: I.: A' .'.' ' .' 'c 1' '4, I A ' ' ' , . ,, . .. .' . -- . ' , , H.. . K, , . . U .. , . . V . " -1 '1 ' . " . .1 . Q" A- ' - ' .' .1 5. - , . - I-1 .. . F . h. L. I . "' . h. I A' . . , " ' ' L' . 1 ' ' . " 't ' o " ' a AI1111 Po111ll 1101111 b1o1h111 Wed be1te1 lea1e fm 1101110 11011 11s 7 oclock '111d 11e11 get the 1110118118 N0 Iv1 thoug,ht 11 111 0111 I1 W6 1,0 11ome 11011 1111 folks 11111 110 111111 IS b10171s but lf 1110 11a11, '111 1 111 I1 1 111v1 them so 110111ed 1h01 1, 1C to se1 s F1at1e11 18 90 11e1 00111 soft soap a11d soft soap ls 90 1111 C9111 110 states M1 Ho11el1 Ml Rasmus JOhl1l11 0111 1011 1111 me the d1ffe1 11100 bet11ee11 1101 SQIVPIHIICG and obstma11019 Joh11111 Be1111e1 O11e IS a st1011g 11111 and 111e 011101 IS a st1011g 110111' M1ss B11zzet11 111 b1010g1 He11 1011 see 1l1e sk11ll ot '1 LIIIIIIIYIIIZPP a 1e11 rale spec1me11 The-10 ale 01111 1110 111 the c0u11111-0110 111 the NHIIOIIRI Mus 111111 and I ha1e tl1e othe1 Tlltlf used to a1111e11 111 the catalog of 21 111a11 01d11 11011se 1 111011119 of '1 11'111 of c01du101 t10uSe1s Y1 ll "ifIP1 11a1 1110 111011110 appealed 10gethe1 1111.11 the desc1111t1011 of the 11'111ts and the 111100 S3 Ill the 11101111 f1ft11 1ear of t11e ad1e111seme111 1118 001111111111 1ece11ec1 1111s 101101 Deax F11e11d The moxe I bee11 seemg them 1111111 If 1011 '11111 sold 1110111 101 let U19 k11o11 and I 11111 b111 1110111 You1s 111111 Ha101d Po11e11 T111 1ea0he1 had been 1e'1d111g, sto11es of b01s 11110 had g101111 to ll'1'l11hO0d a11d a0h1e1ed fame b1 t11e11 IIIXCIIIIOIIS N011 tell me she asked 0110 b01 v1ha1 XKOLIIC1 1011 l1ke to 111ve111 Id 11k1 to 11116111 '1 1I1"1C11111P 1ep11ed Geolge A1d11 so 111211 bs s111111l1 111ess111g a b111t011 all n11 lessons 11ou1d be f1111s110d 001100111 ca111e 1110 1110111111 1epl1 And 10119 COI1I1l1ll9d 1111 t1a0he1 callmg 011 2111011101 bo1 W1th a11 effo1t P111l1p Walkel xose to h1s feet a11d 1ep11ed 111 a 01101151 XOICS So111eth111g to pless the but1011' Elllla 1413111191191 11110 11as SpPI1d1l1g a 1acat1o11 111 a11 out of the 11a1 101111 011te1ed the gehelal S1019 '111d asked 1f 1he1 C81I19d camel s 112111 b1L1Shes N0 madam 110 dOIlI IPDIISC1 the shopkeepel Y see 11e 116181 112110 110 call f0l en1 NOb0dX 111 111ese 11a1ts seems 10 keep camels The class 1121s ha1111g 1ts 11e1kl1 talk 011 pa1111 1111, '111d MISS WWILGI sald S11 Joshua Re111o1ds 11'1s able 111111 a smgle stxoke of 111s bILlSl1 to ch'111ge a Sllllllllg face mto '1 f1o1111111g o11e Th'1ts110111111g 111111101011 PPgg1 Cha1l1011 1111 111011101 I111 do that Fathe1 1121111115 S011 to schoohoomm My bo1 DICK IS artel 1a111111 What have ya got? MI B101111 We o1fe1 '111thme11c Enghsh tug 011omet11 spellmf, ctr' J11st 1,110 111111 som1 01 that thax 1,llgQ,lIIIO!NQlt1 111 s the VQOISI shot 111 1110 f'iIT'11W Student S31 dad t11e teachex asked me th1s 111o111111g to fmd t11e gleat common d1v1Sor Fathex G1ea1 he'11e11s IS that thmg st1l1 lost? T11e teachel 11111 1111 llllllflllf., fo1 lt 11h011 I 1135 '1 kxd too Be1t1 Pautzke Its so good of 1ou do0to1 to 11319 come th1s fax to see I111 b10the1 Doctox Not at all Illadalll 1101 at all I 11318 a 1121110111 IIQXI d001 '111d I thought Id k11l 1110 1111ds 111111 0119 s10111 MI Selbel ask1c1 1118 class to explam the d1ffe1 PIICGS be111ee11 1es111ts '1110 COIISEQUGHCQS Nad111e CHIQO xephed Results a1e what 1ou expect a11d 0o11seq11e110es a1e 11h'1t X011 get C1110ke11s sah s'11d t11e old IIGQIO sage Is t11e usefuleet ammals dexe 18 Yo C311 eat em befo de1 ls b0111 and aft 1 de1 IS dald M1 Lucas 11 '1s 1-f1sl11115 111s 11101111111 c11eck '11 1111 bank The 1e11e1 111010512111 f01 the f111111 COIIGI 11011 of some of t11e b111s 110 11a11ded 111111 s211111g I hope 1011 2110 1101 '1f1"1lC1 of 1111c1obeS N0 21 b1t M1 Lucas 111111011 I111 S1119 110 1I11CIOb6 could 111 O11 I111 881111 M1 Bo11e11 W111I C111 X011 1111 me abo11t 1111 1'1tes'P D11k Tllle W111 ll 11101 16 a 101 c11ea11e1 111'111 c1'11 lates Teacher 110 bo1 s1t1111g 10111 111 school du1111g 1111t111g 11me1 He1111 V111 ale 1011 1101 1111t111g'7 HPIIIX I 211111 got 110 pe11 Teacl1e1 Wl1e1es 10111 g1amma1'J He1111 S1198 dead M1 HO11611 Take 1111s se-11101100 Take the 0011 0111 of thlg lot What mood" D011 I1e1a11d The C011 M.111 Bo11111a11 11111 1011 bad 11ab11 of 011011 mg 1511111 a11d thxustmg 1191 foot fa1 Olll 11110 the a1s1e Ma11' c11ed M1 Koemr, f01 the last 111110 I 1111 X011 10 take 1111 511111 0111 of 10111 mouth 'md 13111 10111 foot 111' 93 . L' '.. ' . . K 1 1 - ' U I . . ' 'l 1 1' ' V ...-- .I . . I 1- ' . K .' ' V 'L , .' -- 1. V - x T - i . ' 1 , , I V' - V' .. ' ,Y ,V H-- , ' K. .' 2 Zh. K A ,hx ' , . ' I - -1 L. ,r ,V ' I. , A , I . .' . ,. . l.. 111 -' 1101 ', 1'0'11 1 1 - .' 1 , j'11 ' .' ' 2 .' be 011 1 .' - ur!" H H '- 1 - A 1 " . . . . .. .. . , . ' . ' L . ' . . ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' . L -, . 1 . - 1. .I I ks A.: 1- N .. I2 A v 1, ' -- 1 . - . . .r . . 'A 1- b ' AQ ' .' 1' ' '.u 1:1 -' -- 4 4 - 1 '. 1 ' s " ' ' 6 . ' I Q- . . . . K. ' I I . . x K Y "U K. I . V K ,u 1. ' " . . . . . .. .'. 1 ' ' 1 -' .N - 3. L. 2 ' . K K ' . - . 5- - A 1... A xl' ' 4 A .7 1 ' l 1 ' . ' - 1 ' .. - 1 1 1. Q 4 , , 1. , . 2 .-- , . ' I , A V .Q . , , 1'o1'd111'01' breeches. 111e more I got to 11'a11ti11' 1' . 1' 2 .' K' ., .' A. .U. I A. A , N. . 1 V , 1' ' .ll 4 ,v- . V . I 4 ' I 1' 1 ' ' 6' A- ,-, I . A .' ' . 1' 'U '. -- my . K .1 ' ' . A .H A. ' 1 ' 1 ' K.. 11 1 'Sv K li it ,tc 1. . K . K. . 'A ' I" 2 1 .' ' V' .. '.l , U I ' '.. -A .. .-- A l' 'Mu -- - ' .- ', . Z-A ,+,.- -.'. V .IL .. - . . K1 --. Q H' U I l 1 . 1 1 U . 1 iz ix at .Z .. . -A. .1 . .. .." U. . K . ' I 1. . .' -I ' . . K L - h :Q :'- : 1'- 221 if I i... . U 1' 1 ' i. . J 1. . ' - 1 -.- - Z 1 Al- ' -- A "K, 1 ..'.' 1. ' 1' I . U .' .' A7 .' I T V -K 4 ' ' ' 'K -Q L , 'D -4. 1 1' - -1' Q . .K - -- C 'A. ' -." I . - -.- . . H l- 1 l' K ' 111 K' ' K APPRECIATIO Q th lxl xhl im editor mtl xtx L Q 8 and 7 vu h to express our sln Gere dpprc-clitlon to all locxl xncl out lcle merchxntx and busme-.N man who haue xo 1 e-ncrouxly COntI'lbl1ltCl toward space In our mnual thub mal-.mf thl larver 8ClltlOIl powxble to the Wvxtern lm raxm md C olortxpe C omp mx for tlon to Retord Prev for their L flLlCIlCY to the ddvlser for contrlhu tlon of thur time to Mr C l lutn im bupermtendent and W Nl Brown PYlUClpHl for arrdrwlnv tlme for pub llbhlllf thnx annual and to Mtv Marv Nlacluennfm for her excellent photov rdphs helpful 1 uldance and tht clexo tlon of rnfxnw hours of her tllllf W? hflpt' N011 d YCdCl6l'S Will tfl jow thl book Ihe Staff XV '. Q' ' 2 'Q . ' sz J z ff mf I 5 ' ' 51 . "s - , ' the 4 ' 2 2 - s' . 2 3 z - f , . , , , . V ' , ,. , , , . J ' 2 . ' ' " g 's 2 g ' 'A gg 4 N -' X 2 Q' their fine work and genuinc- coopera- ' 1 Ihre - ' V -f- "' jc ' S f ' - .r - vl. 4. C Q ' D ' r r ra. C5 . ' - ' N ' , ' . . . ' . . V ' ' ' 1 1- A ' T' ' ' 1 ' ' - . x ' . I . ,, . ADVERTISIN lth xch CClltlOI1 of fi provresslxe newspaper there IN puhllshed 1 Cla Sl fled xdxertn ement sectlon that states conelstlx rhf opportumtus of fr JY illsllitss nrms and pro essnonxl men Wflth tht Increased QlYLUldll0l"l of tht come more and more profltablc for lt not only rnable the adxertlser to sell hrs product but It 1n turn dcquamts the publlc wlth opportumtles for employ ment and more economical vsaxs m vs IC tc mxcst thelr monm Vlflth the rxpld presses and methods of ncwsp xper productlon now ln effect the cl sectlon has become wldely read xnd a xery essentlxl part of ex erx d.-lx Xmerlcan llfe W' ez A ' ' , ' ' . 2 sf' ' - ' fl ed lb' l ft J z f 2 . newspaper. the Classified "ad" has be- ' 2 ' S , ' 5 'h'ih u ' ' ELXVOODS DRUC1 STORE Hun SUVER 8: WIPPEL llfl Q Phone NI1111 110-Vlam 14 'VIam 88 J N o THoMsoN eweler WdtCl1 Nldlxel' leDL,fdVf -HD N Pearl bt Mun 7I R F JOHNSON Plumbm and Heating, I 310 N Pme bt Phone Nlam 69 luflufnssuma ufpuunf ummnu bwlft courteous and efflclent lo types of equnpment avallable sxon telephones and bells etc Vlaln 700 cal and lon dlbtance telephone servlce All including mter commumcatm dexlceb exten II West 6tl1 BUTTERFIELD CHEVROLET CO vvood goal Fuel on CARTER TRANSFER CO lr I XX flllhli NI.111.1gfx XldlIl'l1 31 2 4 KELLEHER S SUPER SERVICE lVlam 52 HOME MARKET lllfll f llf lff fr I l ll Nl llXXlxl 11 N I'v.nll NI xlllll N' 4 I fr V ' . A . . fz'w.1'rlH .SI!lll'4'.v 11 1 it J -1 H.XliliY S, l'fI,NYlNllb l 35 ml N. I'e-AVI mm nz ' L Q ' G E- P lr .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.v.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.i.,w. 4' AvAvAvAwAvA YA' AvAvAvAvAvAwA V Av AYAY ww v iviv A :YAY YviviwivivAviwiviYiwAwi Y iwiwiw - YA " z "Muse" ' V :I . . 4: eq A1 ftlllll 1 'l'lAllf'l'I',N' 1' E v 1 y A ' Alzlytuu lx2Slll'I'S Q Sulvs :xml SUVYI -v 'l'llI't't' Stores In Slrwf You jl V . I H , 1' . . N . X' . Q A ' A -x ' . . . ' lr . . ' . . . - . . g , Y, 1 - A ' .. I - Sr. Y .J . "ll'f HI VII.. ".l Aillllllfflll ll'HllN,1'l,'. ".Ynf!A4 f V' r' 1' 'N H 5 "lllNlIl'llIl1'rf r1.f'.lH lx'f'nff,- ' ' l ' 'W LEONARD F BURRAGE 3l4 N me Phone Main 69 KITTITAS COUNTY R DAIRYMEN S ASS N EL LF NSBURC, LUMBE Butter l ' Phone Mdln I73 Pllflne Main Ellensbur Cham er of Commerce group of business and professional men and women promotlng the lntereets of Ellensburg and the Klttltas Valley 1 I 5l0 North Pearl St Phone Main 134 Feed FlOL1I' and GYHID RATHBUN IIVIPLEMENT P TJOSSEM 8. SON lVlcCorm1ckDeer1n Nlachlnery lnternatlonal Trucl-ce IX! BUSBY ll lxl l llllf illl FRANK HAAGEN A SON xl Illl 'N 1 1 ffffffr 41. Q l 111111 lf 1 X, .g 1 . . .S'l1fII'f',N',S ll l . ji . P 4 .,,,,v.V.v.,.'.v,,.,,,.,.,,, ,,.,.,,,,,,,,., ,,.,,.w.w.,,w., 4 ,........---.A.-,A,.,-,......----A.-,-,-V-.-.-.A.-.Av------JY-.-ff--v-Y-.--Y 1, 3 A lr 4 N , Q 1: . J. "1,1l11f1m'f"l'rn11 Yll'4'1',Il Holme". XY- xYt'll'Ullll' 'l'u1l1'ixIw. l'm1v1-lllimls :xml llmllm-sm-lu-l's Fu- lllflbl'lIliIll0ll. Write nr Full ll 1: , , ' l . ' - ' 2 A 1 . ' 'lH'lll'I' 'I'I1ir4i and Wulm-1' .Xluin 1312 jl "'l'll1' Hill U11 Illv Hill VIA" .lliilll L n llllli umm llll A X-A Nlz' ffl C' ' 'VSV I: 1I'in- f' Y :Q .1 "H, llwfe ,I . . Iliu ril:11fffr.w nr Auto Sp" gg Repair .lUll.' ITICHIQIC l".Xli.Nl l'fQl'll'Kll'IN'l' Ixutmmltiv Foul SIUIUIVS in I4 ,llnlln lx "l"nif' 'I'f'fflf1mnI" ll 'Ili' N, Kluin SI. Hlzu-k -10 M AIN UFACTURERQ OF Hrgh Grade Lumber EASTON WASHINGTON WEBSTER S FOOD SHOP I ll lm 11 l- XXI BSFPK ug! le Nlxm 1 THE ELLENSBURG CAPITAL :mn an NI11 WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO H R HFRBST 1 SIIIII Bl ll k 44 '31 NIFTY BARBER SHOP II Nleu-'1 N 1111 X II ml 1 1 ROYAL Q X rgn N111 Rentll Repms lsui NIA huns McG1nn1s Typewrlter Supply Co X XIXINIA PIGGLY WIGGLY ll I flilil mn Urll f Better Foods at Lower Prices ELLENSBURG IRON 8: MACHINE WORKS Acemleue and Poltable E1ect.r1c XY4.-31111112 Repm Work 8: Horse 'WhH9lIlL Xll luuds ut hon Work Peul Shun 11 KITTITAS FARMERS CO N 1 I I Poultry and Dalry Supplies lll mr Nm m - as ' 92 I' - ' ' 1, "U'rn'IfI'.v r' wx' Ula' 7'4I11l'1l'I'IIf'l"' I IwruQu1rL'I,un'I1Urf1 SW All .H A 2 ,gm Ifw I I 11" .I ,, , , . l ,I r 5 ' ' 4 r . ' ' ' , 5 . 4 L' 3. XV. '. "I .V I , . '. jr 4, . . . I . I ::1n NA 'arl . 14 4 :I ' . I:'IIf'nNI lI'.ll'N .llns ' plvfw 1' -' f ff 1' ,141 I' I A 'H ith annul Ruby Sts. Iilnck 4432 ' 'T lu jx rl I"nII I,in' nf .IIIIII .' ,ills ' . ' " ' ji . 'I z .' ' ' I Sth and Pearl Sts. z " I. if 111 N, 2 ' St. . " '53 lr I' V 35 - 1: V I' f'v'rI - - A . 'ff 'rI - - - 'nr I Iw'f1rIw "ny - f - I'wrn1rr11wnI llvllrws ' Q jr F. I,. . ,- - :nz N, ,lf sr, Mu' 1:40 :lm 1 1 Jr ll sms. ir I 1-1 H STGMS CO Dc IUC and 1Dc btore OSTRANDER DRUG CO W w'Wn III' ll I1 MII: U-ENS A I I, llmmllllllll11Illll11IllI1llIll1111111111111111111llllllllllllllllllldl ' 1IAE,DE,'i'3HsiY.L'52E I Ellensburg Book ZS Statlonery S1016 Ill N ELLENSBURG HARDVVARE CO r l X 111111 18 PAUTZKE S STUDIO Fine Photography FITTERER BRGTHERS frlzfzy I 1 H11 llll 111 FARRELL S H I I 1' XR1 1311411 LITTERER S fit Pooos Free Delivery Phone Mann 85 Corner 4th and Mam U ffm' .SIIIIIIIIII ,YH Ill! .N'f'lI'I'n ' . . ll . 1' 1 "11'lffff 1u1r1' lmllfn' limx Ihr' I"fl1'll11,x-I" ' V 1 F I' 1 WV I Y , , . ii G, W, l'utte-rs ll I" me Alain TTI. 109-11 lu. firwl bt, 171111119 Alum ml 1, 'r ji . 1: 1 "11'hf1'1' fjIllI1A llllll N1'l'lA11'1' f'lIllll' I-'i1'.vl" ,V "11'ffw1'w 1,171 1' rlllf ',lHflifvlf.ll1'lJf,. 4 315 N. 1,l'2ll'1 SI. Hifi 117 jf 11 411 Pe-url St, . 2' '5 11 oooooeoooooooo. U ,o1, oooooeoeeee eeeeee - , 1 - V, 4 Hu U, V ll 1 . .- ,V H-.uH.u BUKG 1 I1 "' I 1' ' ' ' 1 ' A Z.. ff 151: N, in-in-1 sr, M. +404 V l"l'l ' ,lpplrwl fn' 111141 Qu I fllrnffrlrw 11 '1'. 1'11'G1'IN1'I '. UGLY, 4t1 4 I .wr sts. Mu' .V 11 if 41:5 N, 1,02ll'1Sl. 1 -' 41113 lr 'V 3 T l 7 " Tflw -Wifi 'f' For Tlfr' T11 mfrfllln C UIIUILIUIILIUUTIN Ixfulmun urthulest Bus 8: Equipment n IIINIIIIIIILUIS U1 BENDER BUILT SAFETY ALL STEEL SC HOOL C OAL HEX SEATTLE RAIVISAY HARDWARE IIN III INN I Hlll MERCY S LIBERTY nlhl I U Il I x mi IIIIIH., Sim HIS IIIQIIIS 1 X XIIIIH Ixm I s SI ullm Ie I Ru ENFIELD DAIRY BOE-TIC S DRUG STORE I I A I III 111 NY UI Ill 1 Tldewater AQS0Cl3tCd C1 Co x fllfll of Ir I nth I HIGHW AY GROCERY S I If l Y U X Tum A Lum Lumben Co II! MILK PRODUC IRS In N w - ' 41 - 11 1 A . 0 - , - I - , A N . . -I - - ,wx,,,.,,,,,.,.,.,,.,.,.,,,-,...,.v.,..A.-.-,-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.A.-.-.-v-T---.-J.-,------.-.-.A.-.-.-.-,-.-..-,.,-,.,.,.,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,w.,G C0 3 'HY' A I'1'.N'f'.N' Finrxvl 'l'lI Iliff" . I .XII I'I'0L1I'1lIlIS Ars- C2111-l'11II5' SQ'l"IQ'II I""PIII Ill ICIIQ' UIIIIVLL SI! " U4 ji Illllyvo 'S Im: ' " .' Iios I I 111'-IIS N. lm-111-1 sr, vu - mm Isl U" UI""' IWIY 1'4" 'I Stl - .' 1I'I'II1," - ..,.,T,..,DZA.-.1-,--.-.-W-A-A-W-f-v-.A-A--A-f:-A-f-A-----f--- I --A---A-A-A-------A-1--A--f---f-fv-v-v----f-f-Af--ff-f-f-ff-A Y iz kb. Q H - '-11:4 E, Ilvzilex' in Ilu ' :xml Punt- 'im-II Nl'II' lr I I'hil'u z Iios I 7 Y' I L j "f'1ll'I'IlIl fllnlllfrx Ilw' Hu' LI'IIf lf'x .'IvIf'lAU I I turn-r I-tI1 und PPQII' Its. A zz' Tl' I Earl E. Amlvrsolm, Mgr. Alain 14" lr lr I . ,, 1 "I-'VN 'WI -IW ' I", IIAI IHHXI C, I'.XIN'I'. I"I'I'II, . NIJ 5 m'lI,mNr: SI'I'III.II'IS . M . - 1: ia. 1. KLXIQSII. mfr -I 1 - I ' mm .W N4 . ..,,-Q SIM., I II.XIiIlY .XII'I'I'III'II.I,, XIIIIIZILLPI' lr lr I .mf I-'uf ..,.. I II I'ilI'IlIII'Il2It'I Ive- f'I'0ilIII P ' I .Xlzlitl Il'I'IovI'l' I'rmI -ts AI2IlIllI'2l4'IIIl'l'II Hy .XIR.'. IIICNIIY ILXIISIIAIIIC I I I' I CO. Cz 'tzlz IS 'zgl RIIZI'-41 I ml I mi ml In K IQ 'I'I1ix'4I und Warm' SI.: Malin T I 1 BOOK OWLEDGE I I The Grolxer Socletx 778 Post Street Sail ITIZIIICISCO J C PENNEY Co N B I S TIFFANY IVI W CUNNINGHAIVI FALTUS 81 PE PERSON XIII 1 wlth TIIIOH Tr1angIe Auto WICCklHg Co K E L AUNIDRY I STAR M ACHINERY CO bL XI ILP Comstock AlYldSOIl Company UNION OIL COMPANY 1 101 Tl c l'11l!j,1!1111! l'.1f '1 11 v . 11 1 lf l,IllfI,N' fn .gllffll I - 1: 3: l"ll1'I1 I 'IH x' Vrlfix' 'I11' IVY: 111 IHI11 ll11i11111i14.w ' ' ' f'I1I.N'x'1.x' UI S, 1 . , 1' . Ai. 'l'111'u1'1'.'1111 511111 W1 I R1-11 E21 11111 N, 311111, SI' 'ff'-'-"""'f-"""""""' """"""'O""""'"'A'A"""'O"""' 1 -A:::::: IYWYYAYAWAWAWAYAYA :vw Oxy:'A'A'-WAWAWAWAWAWAOA'f:::::'A:'Y' ,-.--l"1l1J.1f11 1 . .. ln 111111111 lmmw 1111 x1l1 1 IIN' ll, , ,MMU H! PNN' flmfllx A , Q: . L. . 1: I 1 I . - I1 I,, I,, S1-111 .NI11i11 IU 111 N. I't'ZlI'I St, Millll L ' vivwxv YvAf 222 Yw,wYwAiAw Aim -WAWAYAYA Y AvAfAwAwYwYwYwYwYwA vsvswsffwswfwfw 4 ,-,-,-,-,,.,,,,,,.,.,,W.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,-,,,,v-,w,,w.w.,,,v.'.'.w-, 4 P f'f1111l1f'111111!,N- fl! 1 " lI'l11 1-1 I'11111'I'1l1' ls l'1'11,1w1'f,1f Ig f , U I . .. 1' .3l'l'!'l1'1'lf I 1 NIJ IIIIII .XI:1i11 IIIIUIII' IXIQIIII HR if I1 AYAYAYAWA-AWAWAYAWYYYYYWAIAYAYAIAiyikisi-:WAWAWY:::::wA::::vA::::: 1' I v Y Y Y Y W W W O O Y I v Y Y Y Y W W 11 I A Ig V- . 1 I'I1:111g'1- 1,111.11 to I"111'1'.' I I Il11.11,fj,'11j11. I-'111i.w, S1 1 fix, f'f1f11l111.y ' .' ' IW 1'l1I1:11'. l'1111H111 N1rp11l11x' .XIi11111-1111111i.'-KI11li111- I"IlI'III .XI111-I1i111-ry WN! I4'o111'tI1 Suu-1-1, Iiirlim: KI:1i11 N2 IIi:1I IJ1 'II ,X1 fl' lm' 'fu' 11 .N1 11' Ilwrlfl THE BRITI-Q SPOT HAROLD HOOPER. INF. Ci?-22?'21ferZAif3bilZ'.f.'F1 C P CASH CROCERY S STAPLE GROCERIES ICE CREAM CONFECTIONS Cascade Lumber C0 Iv B COLXY ELL 307 N IVIa1n St Phone Mam 687 JONES CONSTRUCTION CO YANTIS FURNITURE CO 4tI 'md M'1m St Phone Mam '78 CRITTENDEN S CONFECTIONERY LARRY PHILLIPS JEWELER Wth QD B k4-491 WEST DEPENDABLE STORES RAY S NIARKET UNITED B XKERY HONEY CRUST BREAD an N 0 FULTON CONSTRUCTION CO A MORGAN S G d 1 4 N P R d 4 51 TtFt dW WII BUSTER BROWN SHOE STORE E PETERSON FEED COMPANY Y MAIN 7 lllv "I-,'11,x-11" 111 HIIAII .H N. . I T T S V4 , I 0 W 7 . I , 1 ".I Ifllllflfzm l!rmxff'1"' 'I If .' . ' 1 1 f'UllljlIIIll1llf-N 01' ll jf 1 1' 'I I fnlillllfllfil frm! f'4n1rli4'.w ELEN5ELIF3E.WA5H. Till' H1291 In lllr' II'1'.vl"-.II II'4'.x'l'.w I a c es :amends Q , T McCor ck uildang BI I Ir I1 f . . I . ,I . , flllilljf-ll I,':uf.v N111 I"nufl General Contractor-Licensed rchitect Also o er Quality Baked Goods 1 DW OWS-Ladies' Rea Y 0 Wear 313 . Main sz. Phone Main 18 Ig 09 . earl sr. e 1 1 11 "Shoes ha I an ear e " fl I Ha .Grains, Feed A . Mange. Mgr. 16 imhxnn u,I11atrr S IH 11 mth :Hiatt u,hraIrr xo me paw 1 11 We hope these theatus 11111 I IxELLEY MOTOR COMPANY OLDSMOBILE 110 W Thlrd St Miln 8 406 N FLOYD S FOOD STORE Qualuty Foods at Low Prnces Pearl St Mann 79 E HUGHES Sv. SoN Loggmg Contractors 800 E Second St Black 4652 Bulova Elgin Hamllton and Longmes Diamonds dl Other Jewelry CUMMINS JEWELRY STORE 402 N Pearl st Buy At TUCKER S GROCFRY th 8. Chestnut Mam 5ggX HOLLYWOOD CLEANERS CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING Black 5651 109 w 5th sz C B TUCKER PLUMBING 8. HEATING NI-HIFI 107 N Anderson Nash LaFayette Leonard Refrigerators General Tires Willard Batterues B I FREEMAN ALJTO CO LIEB S PAINT STORE lllf 11 1 rf MOSER S CLOTHING FURNISHINGS MAIN 125 HANK THE PLUMBER mx: Nl xlx STEAK HOUSE N 1 N 111 ns LUNSTRUM PAINT STORE Paints Wall Paper Auto and Wmdow Glass Phone Mam 695 412 N Pune St BEN FRANKLIN STORE 5c 6. Oc S100 15 up ELLENSBURG Carbon Paper Typewriter Rlbbons Gelatlne Supplles HILLMAN COMPANY 536 Peyton Bldg Spokane , - K , . , - o 'I-Q i . 'f fr fx - 'l'I1zl11k you for 4' 111' 2,i'IlQ'I'UII5 pz1I1'ouzlf.:e uI111'i11'g II ..' je. '. .' ' 'R' " merit the sunw IIZIIIWIIIZISLO for thi- I-1 ming yc-air. SILLIIUII, l'. Ii. I"AIiIiI'II,I,, XIZIIIZILLUI' O . .,.,.,.,.,...,.,...,.,L-,A.-.-.-.-.-.-L-.-.-.-.A.-A:.-.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-----2--.-.-.-.-.-.-.A.A.-.-.-.-.-L-.-.-,-.-J,........-,.v.,.,,.,.,.,.,,.,.,,,,,,,, , . , . . I 8 ' I I I . . - - X I , . . 11 681 , I ,.,.,.,.,.,.,., ,L-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-: :.A::.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-W-.-fY-.-W-W-.-.A I .-.-.-.-.-.AV-:L-.-.-.-.AJL-L-.-.-.-.A ,-.-,-,A ,f ,...,.,.,,,.w.,. ,,,,, Lv., I ' . ' I I Pllffco I X156 Ir I I ' ' D I - ' , i 1" "W "Hd IW ' I' 'WIW if .II and .I11 lullv slmrk I ,V . . - , . . ji , . lr . . I ,.,......,.,, , ,,,.LLL,, , , ,-.-.-.-.-:Y-L-Y-Y-Y--:-A--::-W--:ff-:-:-:W--A--A--:A--A---' I r """-"-'--ff"'--'---- a fa-2'-2'-A-A-of-of-'f-'ff I '. . ' . 4' 1 . I 1. If I ' I RLIII SXIVIPSON SHEET Music Music BOOKS S XWN IR S IJ XIRX SIORI W App F1 nm LL Fmml IE X XLO OIL LOIVIP XNY IH IH! C my lltl 1.1m ot School md OIIIKS Supplms E1 kctblll Football Texmxx Tlaclx llli ROSSER 81 QUTT ON CO XEIICIITIH PATRONIZE fhe GREATEST sun Ie commerczal abset owned by the Clty of EIIensbur X L3L R 1 the INIun1c1paI Ilght municipal HOME Support tI'1ls munlc1paIIy IIIGIIT ther reduce your taxeb owned lndustry and fur INDUSTRIES "From Cl Tiendn T' ' 'A N I Compliments of 11 R 1 d Spoka e e reciate Your Patronage f'HIll1lIIll!lllf.N' Ill f Y ' 3 3 J V 1 - . N I --,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---,-.-.-.-.-J .-.--A.-.Affx-Y-.-.-I-----.Aw-W-.-J--.-.--V , A----,-v-:,-.-.-.---.-.-.-.-.-v-J J.-O--.v Y-.-Y-Y-v-Y-v-.---iv.--.--.-Q 1: . , . jr O I ' l ' 2 ' -' 1: zmrl I':t1llIllIllt'lll H , .. ,. XYiIsulx .Xtllleliv Supplivs, Iluse-hull, I., .Qi ll 1,-lffw I X 2 S ' H 1 , 1 . ' ' . r - V - -- 1 I Sufllmll. "l'fwm rl lx flf 1 l'1'lf'HfI if I' q I I L Q 1, I' ' ' "' , U 5 . 3 g V Y Q A 5 - - . l.i.li.l1. ....i.1.1.. C II IVIOUR A LII NIOLR NILILXI IIII OI NIWXOQL Fwncy GIOCCIICS Q"1"'Y Wd P'0"'P' 59'V'Ce C L LEDBETTER Dmtruct Mwmgef Minn -4 Phones IV1"llI1 90" PROTECT YOUR FAMILY USE BLUI RIBBOIN DAIRY Mu K AND CREAM BUILDING, AND LOIVIMON Local No 867 'XITI RN XTION JIL HOD C NRRIFRS LAFORFRb LNION OF NIVIFRICA I II 1 S If WEBER IVICCREA CO Inc SAFEWAY Q S ll ll H r 1 I K N I XX IIIIN I UI ull 1 I I Il B U Q K Ivmm Inf nfconn pnfss Inc Tu EVENINC1 REQORD U 1. "A, I I ,..., 1. Y.. ,I, H h h ,, 1' . .' , . - . . ' I , TO . - J I ,v.,w.,, -.,w.,w.,,,.w.,,w. L.,w.,w.,,.,,w.,,,,,,,,LWLWLLW. j, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,.,.,,. ,-,,-,-,,.,.v.,.,v.,.,,'-v.v.,,,,,.,w. II . v X , , 'I .. L z I' ,r , . , ,I N 1 I '. If 1, . 4 N- I A I A A 4 A AA 4 A I fs!! Iliff' ,YI H' AIIII 'IMI ".S'rf1 uf .Illllllllf f'ff1'f-iw" I I, pls ul' I'1ll'IiIll2 Spar- I ji 11 . ., . I I Ill Iiust ISIII Stn-4-I Ims .Xllg'Iv.' I I fn'fwffH.w ff! fhfflffwffrf rff1fl1'f'Inll'f1r.w fu Hn iwlfflllllllll fl If ' . , . . . I flu' .ff,fffIf1'f ff fwfflffwwffufflf uf Il fluff lfllxlll ,-,Q 'fll'Hf,-' fn! 'f . Hfrlrfr , flu' .INN-f,f'f1lfrff.N'fllfff'Iff,N-fflfnffff'.S'f'11fn1'HIf!I1 .vfffwf , lI'.",v,Il fn f llllvfgxjx' fllwfl' NIH '1fI'r' rIlllH'1'r'Irlfl'nIl, -I X'.'::sI1i1I':Irr1I N.xIiw11.1l IIIIIIIQ W. Ii. IYIICUII, XI. IP. 'I'a1YIu1'-Iii1-I11Irnlsnm VIIIIII- The- Nz:!i'w11:1I Ilzmk ul' Ihlzlrx' IIIIIII IV1'IIIIIm'I""' .my .x wlmmlli, Ni '1 '-f VW' .Xllwlmvy-ant-Iuw V. Ii. Ilzlnllvy, U ,I. IJ. 'I'I11,m:'s, ,I11 -III '11f'N'11f'11'W .xII4II'III'y'II-IQIIY I". A. Iivrn, Sh - M 5111,-I' .XII PI'IIl'X-III-IJIXX .XIIul'l1m-ys-:II-luxx IIIPIIl'f'l'IIII Iflxm-1':'I IIum-- I'z1IlI XYt'1IVl'I'. Il. XI. Il. XV. XI. I'Q'IH'I1l4'Ii1'I', II. Il S, S NI. I"zIVrw-Il. II. II. S. .l, II, NIH lfly, Il, II. S TI .s :- If 5 IW E 7 I I'l'IIII5III-'IR I5 4 I , 'N N AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS YS ALL ENGRAVINCJS 11 1141111 mon U I 1939 KLAHIAM lTf,11LO7 O IIIESTERII EIIGRIWIIIG und IIUIUIITVPE I0 senrne umsounsrsn EIIGIIIWEIIS f- Z 3 2 ? E -3 in rl 'S ' 'ff ' AND FORMER VDIIIUNS 2 4 U Q ' -k nf .5 H ' -iii 'Ng - -Q---,:,:W'Ti'j' .,..,- ,.. - ,, 5 . 'v .Mai ai K .r - . .gs si S .4050 sw' .0 Y . Q' N Q :X N' N 'gl lf Q fi: -- A fm. - - 4 K f - ' Ss . -1 sw . ,, - ' ,- - v- , x , ' ' . ,sf . M X ,ex ,, X N - Q-7. N gg .M 9 h ' Q S N M F A Z.-5:92 9' Q., w N? R .- .Q p E Q ,,., My 1 P . . ,- , . -X -V 5 . - - 'Vi N - ,- " .. Fl, s 5 3 , X ka: . x A . ,A 3.. L- I, 'F x rt X N .5 ie' t , ' 6 . 3. -. H h Q Q-1 -- , 1 X Q k . N -. -Y Q - Y .-N iz A 553 . A K 'S .iv M . Q ' up K lp I 555 -1, A 'L x .1 K ',g.s A2' lv t . ., A " ?2- -. A ' wif' 1 . .psi ' 5- 4. P14 : -:Iiqf 1 A ' , Q '. ' ' in "7 3-:j s w -1 , ' 'Y' Q ' ' ' ' vw, . N- K, 'WL - - .. P . my "' ., Q ,:q,--fwf , -f ' x ' A z . tw?-icky. h x E. , 1 A ' , , S n .. M . gf ' - 4 , - 9 ,QNJ . s 'Y 4 4" 5 v , wa- 1 .- , .sr ' My m: P f . fx u, . . ' "- " , . L ,Q 'X f 42 ,4v f- -K - gk - - N iv- - Q ,, , , ' Q s 1 '- H ' VY ' W . , .W ,X - " 9 gk K ' . . A Q- .. ,f-, . -- X , x 1 , .. Sas X - N , . Q 'W' ,g W - ' ' I , 1 Y ' - , S N1 xx X -I 'Xa M y- . Q f v 7" 5 1 f x ,V Y ,K-.5 5 3 Y , Y . 1 Q K x V it 5 ? K z l 8 -g K ANQQA ,y , , - f-. 1- K 'wg - - Q Q-4-,"'W . r K K sr: Z7 T 3 5 A A I' 'W A if N ,.,,, Q. , V Y Nj- ,..,s .. Q' - , in ' . - - , x 2 . ' Q IT: -J'-S, an -- . Q' - - , 4 . . ' -f ' -L , , VV' 1 f 5 '.L is " N L 2 A . WN, , . I Q ,mv 5 - ...ati . 'W I Q tg r o N., 3 4 3 -- -, , - 5 i-ff s- - , M f ff ' A ' A--. "?.x "' M. f ,,,,, ' I -. gm' ' , tu . ' , 'i Q . Q I , 5 if 2:-. a, ,gy--f 1..,W'p3.,, - '- in . " 'z' . M ,Q - 5 3 i , Nfl,--311 f -5 z - 3: ' X -- . 'Huw f 3 1, P' TY " ' ' f-21 v 573' Pg'XYRS'.ff3+V'5'-I?if'?-ZZ'4 1-Q.s:42'.::-Q.-... -- -- - ,Aa " ei ig 5 ' --' ' P- - . ' ff Q f ' , M 3' 3 T Ulf- 'Q x 'J i'l' ii7'i?,.:ig, I .- ' ,X iff- ev , ' ' ' - ,,., " ' ' iff' , 1 -N ,X " mf' L "mit 3 1 ,K X " " ,,," W.Q'j,Q-3.6-:lf f' bw -u ' - w NV ,kwmu ,,., , QQAII blzlz x W., R , 12--Q' , X W' ' ' - mat 233' A 1 ' - T - .QSNM f N-rf I ff-wwzgv I 5 f -0 1 -N4 '--- - -iygg . I ,1 .,f3j'f-gm? " 4 - s . --. 'f-N.-A+, g r l K . '51-,.j:gQ--22, i A- - f ' M Y 2 4 g 9 - 1 f 1- vw",.D- f 1 4 N " : '- ' - 5 , '. "gm 2.-.I 1, ggi' . , 5 , , K ., A - :.,5E:. 1 A, . A, ' . t 1 , Q ' f -- W A f f 2 EEL, - I ' g 3 f 754 . A :- '. '-If - ' , ' g T' kwa 5 -, ' - --"i '2'fiA-.-iff Qi 2 3 - 1 ' fm- A wiht : . -z - e 5 ' , ' 'X'f?1W'?36Q"Q!5liK5i1'?:g n ' 1 Q 5 -.-fi, -' ' ---.- - ' if-J' -' : ' Q .1 ' f ' .- Q. ' x M Q ., . , , M -Q, ,. , M . F. ' M 4 '. q , , -'-' ------ , A,.h.yx,,g- ', .Quinn V in Q Q. 1 1 In N .. ,. f 1 In A A ' 'W " X Zvi,-if' "9"-'Wi g-"1 , '-.1 lbbl V " - ' I K 'f 5 w............,,,,A 5 AVQPAR 'WA l ,X 'fry . -,f 1 ,,. . ,, , - . ,xv 5 ,. ,,,,, f y., .Q 'tx ' Di ,g.n,ayQ-84... I '46 - Q .rc A K , ff- -. M.-M Q-..,-,,g,bj,: - 4.....f1 1 ' W. , . .- , . , I, A .54 -,gpdagaf In .vin "wx, gi R , 5, . A 1 .5 1 Q .,, 1 fr ,f -.1 2-rf-,V 8.1 i J 1 fu' 0 I Q . 1 ' 4 .f 4 It , 47.5 ...Aw - 4 - ' ' 4-:J ' v - . . , .., rr, . , E " '--'. ' ,.,, ,N . , . f 5, J V .1 2, ' l 1 5 -1 E 4' , . - - 9' A 4 W' . . E4 2' S:,..! 4-' 4' 3, 13 X ',.,'-,rf A 'f i . ' ' .v gy' . .JL up-Q Q if M - x . x ,' - I. ,f Q :Eff I 4 5 si - . ' . . .fx ':l.,,' , . 2 3 - , is 5, n J. KA ., We 1. a ,Q ', , Q! L 6 sm ,xx Q. 4' . me ' , g .-,Q Q 4 f , " 14 nu , . - 1 I IV, - " A ' - W9 1 4 , is pax tn' 4 4' 5. o . as -' 5 , . . S 0 'QL' ' - 5:3 ' 'J -V 3. iii? "ku , Qf 'V , JI H Ja .2 if f if ff Q urn .41 Y m5y,,..Q.x." ' 'M' """12F"1w .4-Q x A Q , 1 i X M kbs w!',HF9l" , - th- Q, , , ,L,,.ivfr,v-x . +R! wwf f ' N


Suggestions in the Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) collection:

Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 1

1935

Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection, 1936 Edition, Page 1

1936

Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.