Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1943

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LAHIAM 1 9 4 3 SOCIATED STUDEN ELLENSBURG HIGH SCHOOL i ELLENSBURGWASHINGTON PPBLISIIEDBYTIIE AS TS EDITORIAL BOARD LA VERNE ONEAL CARROLL RICHARDS HELEN CLERF PAT COLWELL BOYS IN SERVICE Jack Gordon Harold Owen Boyd Mathers Ed Cornwall Dave Baker- Lloyd Berry Jim Richeson 4 BOYS IN SERVICE Bill Lambert Bob Wippel Everett Balyeat Wayne Mathers Tom Pattnllo Harold Owen Leonard Mathews Hilmar: Haugen BUSINESS STAFF ELSIE SOLBERG LORRAINE OTT MARY JANE HARRIS GEORGE KONTOS DEDICRTION Out of the chaos and confuslon that IS war one splrlt umtes our great people the splrlt of SERVICE SCYVICC applies not only to our boys who are fighting on the battlefronts of the world but also to our people who hold up the flag at home Those men and women and boys and girls who put all thelr effort mto war work defense industries Red Cross War Bond Drives and Victory Corps are doing an equally valiant Job We Americans are m this war for vlctory planmng together working together buxldmg together flghtlng together SERVING TOGETHER To the men who fight and dze on bloody battlefields to those who build the ships and planes and tanks to the boy who saves to buy that extra war stamp to the brave woman who keeps watch over the home to everyone who fnghts for America ID his own way and to thus Splrlt of SCTVICC whlch IS manifested ln them, we dedicate the I943 Klahlam 6 1 , ,r v . ,, is f 1- ' V h yat: - n1.1,.. , , . ., ...4 .dqtiw 'g - -4 " "" ' , , . . , - . , 5 1 C3 ' Y ' , , Y - . , BOYS !N SERVICE Don Duncan Jack Draven Bull Sander Bull Nunley John Pooler Dale Cutting Fred Goebel Bull Baker 7 F O R E W Q R D Because of labor and material shortages, we have been forced to condense this year's Klahiam. We wished to include all of the activities and organizations that represent our school life, but we were forced, through lack of space, to omit some. Likewise we wished to include all the names and pictures of our alumni who are now serving in our armed forces throughout the world. Our wish was too ambitious. We should have needed to publish a series. Our problem was resolved, however, when we began the search for photographs of the boys. Few were available. We have made no attempt to be inclusive or selective. Our only attempt has been to make this book as representative as possible of our school life and contribution to service. 8 FACULTY CLASSES ACTIVITIES MUSIC AND DRAMA ATHLETICS SCHOOL LIFE 4 fl ll L N c Ill xx 111 UN 1 N 1 I I1 N N ll 1 IXQ 1 Ill 1 IH c nil U X VNQ J 1 1 NIC N l 1 K 1 11111 N 1 1 WUI 11111 1 1 N 1 11-1111 11 O11 11 C1 10111 . 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A -lr ADMINISTRATIO Greetings We respectfully salute the former and present students of our high school for the role they are taking rn the present global xxar Enormous sacrifices are gladly being made As necessary as rt rs to make these sacrrfrces rn order to bring the forces of ruthless aggression to an unconditional surrender we must realize that final victory rs only the beginning Our minds must be tr arned to reason rn order to prevent the recurrence of war Crvrlrzatrons greatest tragedv rs to be found rn the rivers of blood which has been shed for unfulfilled causes and often these causes rf attained have proved meaningless rn the long run War rs a destroyer of whatever rs good Our minds must be trained to reason for war cannot exist rn the realm of reason Thrs realm rs a place where right and Justice and mercy abide with common sense tempered by love Co existent with reason must be habits of decision courageous characters and broad sympathres There must be room for another freedom freedom from ammosrtres toward our enemies on the one hand too great affection for our friends on the other When peace will have been won let us not place too great confidence rn the education of our enemies but depend upon our own strength and fairness and at the same time take care that we do not fall into the fallacy of normalcy and rsolatronrsm Let us then do everything possible to win the war but let us forever remember that genuine crvrlrzatron rs a product of peaceful pursuits never of vsar' The Faith of our Fathers will take us through the crrses and chaos of our times G L PUTNAM Supermtendent of Schools We are living 1.11 a yxorld upset by the forces of selfishness greed false idealism pagan philosophies and fanatical loyalties to the state Our lryes are being changed by this unsettled vsorld Our school has been changed to meet the needs of the hour You efforts to preserye our liberties our responsrbrlrtres and our privileges The forced changes rn our plans mean delay rn achieving the goals of our lives but yie are living rn times vshen our realization of the yalues of lrfe are becoming more vital to each of us The merits of the yrrtues vie once frovsned upon become daily more apparent We see that rf we are to build a permanent cryrlrzatron rt must be burlt upon a solid rock of under standing lo e and character Thts year s experience has been an rrrrtral yenturt rn this valuable lesson Let s remember this year as the one rn which we learned to consider rcalrtres and to rnake our Judgments on facts May rt vsell be the year vxherr vie bcgrn our duelopment tovxard competent a grcssrye manhood and vsornanhood May all of us be liner men and women because we have burlt our ln es xx ell VV M BROWN Principal of High Qchool M -XRY MacLENNAN Secretary to Mr G L Putnam Superintendent of Schools Graduate of C W C E B A 12 A 1 . ' . I ' V ' , . w Y ' ' 1 l , . n ' v' ' v ' . ' Y - lr vs ' ' - , . 1 1 ' ' 1 Q . " V' . ' ' . ' V ' . . , . ' f' ' - 1 V Q K ' K.. -. . l ' ' 1 have directed and will direct your efforts to assist in the maintenance of our national . A. ' - ' . . ' L., V V ' V' . ' ' I . .I ' V I ' V' ' ' I' ' . 4 'K ' 1 I .K ' y 'VLV ' I '.. . . 'I V I V ' . ' .V at V If . 1 I ' ' K C . ' . I. 'V' K. ' V I .V V V I V V ,' . 3 V , '.' r - gf' '- . ' . f ' .- " ' V I A , 1 I. . ' . ' V L. V l Y . . l , 'i l '-Q '. . V . 'I li, SCHOOL BOARD We are fortunate in having on our School Board five people who are so genuinely interested in the welfare of our students. ilihi-y have given their time and experience that our school existence may be as useful to us as possible. Dr. Cl. Rose was elf-steel in lVlarCh to fill the position left by the resig- nation of Mr. Philip Short. :Xt the saine time lVlr. Glenn Stewart was re-elected chairman of the Board, and lVlrs. lol. Elwood, clerk. Xxfe extend our thanks to the following: Mrs. H. S. lflwood Mr. Mr. lVIr. Mr. Dr. Glenn Stewart Parker Lowe Eugene Farrell Philip Short C. Rose Mrs. Elwood Mr Stewilt M Lowe Fa M Short JS ' S .v- 81, N , ,f ... x1i--,f "' x - if ac., -ff JL-Ax, ff-g-fi, -1 -' ,-of f, 'V fx- - -J . .f ' C- ,.. XA-Vl,' ,,.t .Nfl-L.-11.1 4 Glaydes Baker Marie Elice Dunstan Girls' Physical Education Art Central Washington College University of Washington, B. A. of Education, B. A. Teachers' College, Columbia University. M. A. Ivy Grover Library Ted Bowen Concordia College, B. A. Science Whitman College, B. S. Washington State College, M. S. Ethe' Hardie English Willamette University, B. A. ' 't ' . . Alice Dawson Brown Universi y of Chicago, M A Commercial Subjects Washington State College, B. A. Norman Howell Speech, English, Stagecraft Washington State College, B. A. B . Gay. urgeson Washington State College, M. A. Business North Dakota State College, B. A. University of Idaho, M. S. J. Arthur Johnson Agriculture Mu.-le Bark Washington State College, B. S. Speech, English Washington State College, B. A. l M. H. Kibbe Industrial Art ' ' f W ' t , B. A. Mike Burke University o ashing on Farm Shop Washington State College, B. S. Beatrice Buzzetti Science Drury College, B. S. Marion Klobucher English, Journalism Whitman College, B. A. . . J-. I od 'S' B r'.:,i- 'M 6 ' . , , .. if lv ,Y V. Q .. "9 ods, 'Qt' X A I 1-Y 1 4. 11,9 JL 1 . , . if V fx 4 ll . .,1. . . . N, FACULTY Winifred Knox Music University of Washington, B. A. F. Joseph Koenig Physical Education, Coaching Washington State College, B. A. Marion Lord School Nurse Trinity Hospital Marion Lowery Home Economics Washington State College, B. A Marcelle S. Montgomery Commercial Subjects Washington State College, B. A Katharine Rodgers Spanish, English Washington State College, B. A. University of Washington, M. A A. J. Seibel Latin Tri-State College, B. A. Columbia University, M. A. i Claude Simpson History Eastern Washington College of Education, B. A. Washington State College, B. S. James Smith Music Central Washington College of Education, B. A. Florence W. Thompson Geometry University of Washington, B. A. Eastern Washington College of Education, B. A. Jeannette Twyman Mathematics University of Washington, B. A Jeannette Ware Home Economics University of Washington, B. S Columbia University, M. S. Owen C. Wicks Social Science, Debate Dakota Wesleyan. B. A. University of Washington, M. A William S. Wilson English, Coaching Gonzaga University. B. A. H5 K' J f ' -1 ii -ii if-xf4.uG4. -1 - Q5 7 . 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Andreotti, Archie-l'l:tss Yitlt- Prvsitlt-tit 4, l-ltvys' t'll1ll 'l'l'l'2lSlll't'l' 4, lftmtltztll 2, ll, l, llztskt-tltztll 2, Sl, 4, 'l'r:tt'k 2, ZZ, l, St-itittt' Hi-Y l'1't-si4lt-111 -l, Ilt-ttt-1'111:t11s' t'lt1lt 2, Il, Yit-ttt1'yt'tt1'ps 4. Andreotti, Joe-A. S, ll, Yitw- l'1'1-si1lt111l 4, Vlztss l'rt-sitlt-ttt 2, 4'l:tss 'l'1't-atsttrt-1' -4, llttys' l'llllI l'rt'sitlt-tit 1. lfrvtttltztll 2, Sl, 4, liztslu-tlvztll 2, Il, 4. 'l'r:t4'k 2, Il, 4. St-ttiur lli-Y Il, 4, Vit-limi' 4i41I'llS 4, l,t-ttt-rttiatits' t'l11l1 2, il, lluiztry Awatrtl Il, 4. Bailes, Lauren-l'rt-,iq-t-tinn t'rt-xv Il, 4, llttlltlftg Gtutrtls ZZ, 4, Yit'tft1'5' 4'1t1'11s-vStJ:t St-rvic-o 4. Baker, Janice-l'l111rt1s 2, 4, Blttsit- l-'tlstivztl 2, 4, A 14111114-llzt 2, Al. All hclttml llzty 2, l,.tti11 4 lttlt 2, htrls lA'2lQll1"fl7l'2llll2L llivisimt 2, Sl, 4, Klztl1izt111 liclittmriztl Stztff 2, Sl. Baker, Virginia-llntttl 2, il, U11-ltt-st1':t 2, Alusiw Fos- tivitl 2, 22, Assislztitt l1iiul'2lI'l1lll Il, .lr1ti1'11:tlist11 l, Girls' 1,4-ztgfut-llrzttttzt l1ix'isiu11, Klzthiatttt-l'Itlittn'i:tl Stuff 2 3. Baldassare, Paul-'l'r:tt-lt 2, ltttrzttttttrttls 2, . Barrett, Kenneth-'l'1'ztvli 2, Illll'2lllllll'HlS 2, il. Barrett, Utana-l'411111st-lurs 2, Il, 4. Blmlt-l Airitlzntt-s l, Girls' lmztgtie-fll1':t111:t :tml Allilt-tit' llivisimts 2, -4. Blanchard, Robert-I-lzttttl 2, 3, 4, tire-lwstwt 2, Iirztss Ht-xtvt 2, fl, 4, Mttsit- lft-stivztl 2, Il, All Svltt-ul Play 2. Il, 4, Svlitml llt-vttv 2, Il, 4, 'I'1'ztt'k 2, Il, ltttrztitturztls 2, Sl, 4, llilllll Vlult 2, Yit'tn1'y l'nrps -4. Borgman, Dorothy-Ltttitt t'lt1l+. Busby, Glenna-Ht-t-l1vst1'zt 2, Muslt- lft-stivztl 2, Sttttldgrvtlt-s 2, l.ztti11 1'l11l1 3. Assislatitt lliltratriztit Il, Vtttzttse-ln1's -4, Vit-tory Unrps 4, Girls' l.t-ztg:t1vf,ll1'z1111zL :tml Atltlt-tit' llivisiuits 2, 22, 4. Cady, Irva-l'l1tt1't1s 2, Il, Alttsit- l-'vstivztl 2, 22, A C2114- lufllzt 2, Il, St-limtl llvvtit- 2, Cl, Sttulr-11t lA'2l1l4'l'S' 414111- l't'1't-tit-41 Il, Point t'l11lt 2, Il, 4, Assistztitt l1,ilt1':t1'i:111s 4, Yi:-ttt1'y 4'urpsft't1111111t111it5' llivisirttt 4, Girls' lmztgtie Alltlt-tit' llivisittti 2, Il, 4. Carmody, Jim-t'httrt1s 2, 3, Mttsit- 1'tt111'4-tw-111-tt 2, il, St-ltmtl llttvttt- 2, IS, lf'tmtl1:1ll 2, Cl, -4, Bztslivtltztll 2, 3, -4, 'I'r:tvlc 2, ZZ, 4, Sttttiur Ili-Y fl, -l, lmttt-1'tt1:t11s' t'lt1lt 2, 'L Villll 1'l1tlt l, Klztltiztttt i'ilflltIp.1'l'2lIlilj' Stztff -4. Christie, Jean-Girls' In-ztgtte-. Clerf, Helen-l'lztss St-t-rf-t1t1'y Il. Sttitlt-tit l,1-:till-rs' l'tvt1I't-1'ft1t-t- Il, l.:tli1t Vlttlt 2, l'illl-.Xllll'l'll'llll Vltilt ZZ, t't1t111scltt1's 4, Vic-tu1'y l'111'1ts-Aviattimt l, Altttlt-l Air- plzttws 4, Klztlii:t111--l'Irlittt1'i1tl Stuff 4, Girls' llvagtlc f-S1 rx'it't- ltivisiuit 4. Collmar, Mildred-Girls' I.t-:tgttf---Sm-iztl ltivisitttt 4. Connor. Norma-l'l:tss Svcrt-tzt1'y 4, 'l'ri4Y 4. Yivtury Vurits 4. Corey, Dick-littlltlrtg Guntrtls 2, il. 4, l':t11-A1111-1'it':t11 t'l11lt'l lnlttle 2 'l Yittrttv 1' 'ps XX' tintt 4 Xlll ., -1---,.. ' Q tn .-, lil -,,- - Ilttlzttttw- f'lll'l'lS 23, 4. Cornwall, Zella-t11w'lt+'st1ut 2, Sl, Vlmrtts Il, -4, Blttsitl t'tl11f+-1't-11t't- Zi, Music l-'t-stivatl 2, Il, A Vztmit-llzt il, 4, Svlttml lit-vtiv 2, IZ, 4, Yit'tory Uttrps 4, Bltttlel Air- itlatm-s 4. Girls' l,t-11511111-Il1':t111zt llivisimt. I Corum, Lila-llztntlil,Hrt-lit-sttatCl.1'l11trt1s 2, ZZ, Bltisiv l'Illlfk'I't'Ill't' ZS, AIUSII' lfvstivztl 2. Crimp, Virginia-Girls' lmagtift 4'llllfPl't'll4'1' 2, 'Pri-Y Sl, 4, 'l'ri1tlv-li 2, IZ, -4, l,:tti11 4'lt1lt 2, Vic-tory Vrtrps -4, ,ltittinr li1'4ll'1'uss5!, l, Girls' In-atpgtit---S111-intl llivisimt 2, II, 4. Davis, John-lftmtlutll 4. Deranleau, Daphne-Vltttrtts 2, Il, Alttsit' l'Hllfl'l'4'llC'P 2, Sl, Mttsiv l"t-stivztl 2, Il, A Vztppt-ll:t 2, Il, Sc-lirml lla-vtw 2, il, Girls' lit-ztgrtlvw Stwiul :tml lll'2llll21 lli- visimis 2, ZS, 4. Diefenbach, Fred-l". I", A. 2. Sl, 4. Diefenbach, Robert-liztml 2. Musiv Ft-stivztl 2, F. I". A. 2, il, 4, .I1111iftr lla-tl Vruss 2, il, 4. Dieter, A. J.-lllttivtw-tl :ts St-itiur. Dumbolton, Maryellen-l'lmrt1s 2, Il. 4, 'l'ri11lt- Trio 2, il, 4, ll, fl. V, Flult 33, -4, Musit- t'tt11fw-1'e'i1t-t- 2, Il, 4, P 7 Alusit' lft-stivztl L, Ji, 4, A 4'2llllJ4'li2l Z., Sl, 4. All St-lmftl l'lzt5' 4, Sttitttlgvttt-s 2. St-lttml ll1'X'll4' 2, Sl. -4, Sttttleltt I,tt:ttlt'i's' 1'u1tft-1'f-11t't- ZZ, 'I'1'i-Y Il, 4, 'l'1'i1tlv-Ill 2. 23, 4, l.:tti11 t'l11l1 2, 4'nt111svlr11's 2, ll, 4. Vit-tori' C'o1'12S- Vmiiitttiltity' llivisimt 4, Girls' llt-21,2111--S4-1'x'1+-v :tml l11':t111zt llivisittits 2, 22, -4, Xorll1wc-st Music- l':lilll'2lllf1ll 4'lIllft'l'l'll1'f' " l'2lll-gXlllt'l'l4'2lll t'lt1l12. Dyke, Anne-Flint-tts 2, fl, Music- lfestiwtl 2. Sl, l'51.ll- .xlll1'l'll'2lll Uliili 33, .lttniur Rt-cl Fross -4, Girls' I,1'21gllO J St-r1'it'v llivisimi L, Il, Engel, Don-Gout-rztl l'fPlll'r't', Evens, Helen-G+-111-rztl rotirse-. Fisher, Virginia-Assistatttt l,illl'2ll'lI1ll 4, .ltittrttztlism 4, Vit-tory t'vtrps-S4-at Sv1'x'it't- 4, Girls' l,v:tgt1u- lVl'I1llHl Itivisirm 2, Il, -4. SENIORS rench Wllda I III N I IIII I 1,5 II I s . Ichette B ll III . III lend Walla I sI Ixlc N IIIII I Xxsy-I II I I III y Lucllle I IIIII - INII IIsIf- N It I I IX I Dorothy I XII I, N II II Il I Wllda NI I s N N Us I I4 I rrel Paul I I s I Nl! N III I I N I III II gs I rrss Mary Jane I II N Iff wthorne Mar-Iorse I Il I I I lf..lIt HI I I Hay Maxme I II I sI N ll I I 1 1,., III XINI ays Pat I II N III I N I geson Harland II II II IIII ckenbottom Don 4 II III I Icks Ben IIIIIIIIII, f.II'IIIs III oward Ednth I II Is uppert E ther I II .I ckson, Frances XI I II I I ans Harold I I I IIIIII III Nl 4 I N IIN I Jensen Kenneth I I I II XIIIN I N III I nsen Lena Mae I NNINI IIII I I IIIX Il I I J nson Marjorle III IIII UU II IN x I nson Joe I rgens, Mary I IJIIII I III ene Josephme I IIII I II IIII I, I IIII NIII lxll e Ieher Joe N NN I s N IIIIII ,I I Ing R by NIIIIIIII I II X lx ng Tracy I I,aI I ester AIvIn I I I X I- Ikes AI I I I mb Wlladlne III III I III.. Xsss I III I ILIII Ia eavltt Teddy C T III N I ,. IIII. I -I I- ,I 423 " Ja sh ,ga 31, fn If -IH 'VN- vb IXIIIKI I X II XIIRIS IIXW II IN IXKINN ws Y III IX .Q ,M ,fa 95 . 1 I 1. :I 4 -me I, b' l.F.X'v'lS Lt JXYIQ E LL. ND l.L'XSl RL"Vl Nlf.-XR l HLAR MARM l. ll MARSI l. ln. Xl.X5t PN x1.,1Al 'soy l I M' "X" MHFK Mll,I.lzR. L, NHVINS Nl l'CllN'l,XfN 'is X, :ffl 4 t 'fXlrIt.X1 1 if f 1 4 l'll.l'. 'f WO Xi ' 4 tlLIi- li XHXIL s laik xwu ii R, H, X, CTDON,-Xl ll. li A 1 x 2 :ffl . . ,r .. ess.- 14? .1 E251 SENIORS Lewis, Glenn-1 h-iivral 1-nurse. Lowe, Keith-Band 2, 4, Uri-lu-stra 2, lirass St-xtt-t Cl, Music t'mifvi'viit-t- 2, Music Ft-stival 2, A. S. B. 'l'rt-asurer 4, liaskvtlwall 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, I", F. A. 2, 3, 4, Stock Judging 2, 3, Potato .Iudging 2, Svniui' Hi-Y 4. Lund, Martin-lfootlrall 2, 3, 4, lntraniurals 2, Il, 4, Senior Hi-Y 4. Lunstrum, Ralph-Intramurals 2, fl, 4, St-niur Ili-Y Il, 4. Virtury Unrps 4. McArthur, Ed-All-Si-luml Play 2, 4, St-litml livviiv 2. Intramurals 2, ZZ. 4. .Iwurnalisin 4. McCracken, Marvin-t'h1irus Il, 4, A Uapnvlla Sl, 4. Marsh, Bob-All-Srlmol l'lay 4, Stutlt-nt Lt-atlt-rs' t'niifvi't-iit-v Il, I-'cmtllall 2, Sl, liaslu-tliall 2, Tran-k 2, Assistant Lil-rarian 4, .lournalisin 4, In-hate 4, Vic- tory Corps 4. Klahiani-Plmtrwgrztimliy Staff Cl, Statv Spin-4-li l"t-stival 2, Il. Marsh, Pauline-Hrvlit-stra 2. t'liwrus IZ, Musit- twin- fvn-in-tx 2, Il. Musit- l-'vstival 2, Il, Girls' Ia-:igtlvg Social llivisiun 2. Mason, Charlcia-'l'ri4Y Zi. 4, Latin t'luli 2. Junior llwl Fruss 2. 2, 4, Girls' la-agrtlt--llralna, Sm-ial antl St-i'x'imA Ilivisiun 2. Cl, 4. Mason, Venita-llansl 2, Ort-lit-stra 2. 3, 4, String' Quartet 4, Musiv t'mift-1'c-tivo 2, 3, 4, Alusit- If't-stival 2, Il, 4, Tl-nnis 2, 3, 4, Point t"luli fl, 4, Girls' lmaprtu- -Athle-tiv liivisiun 2, 3. 4. Mattson, George-lntrainurals 2, Il, 4, Stfnior Ui-Y 4, Bulldog' Guards 2, fl, Vit-tury Uurps 4. Mead, George-'l'rat'k Il, 4, I-'nntliall Managt-r 2, 2, 4, liaskt-tlvall iXlaiiai.:'t-i' 2, Strninr lli-Y ZZ, 4, L1-tts-rnians' t'luli 4, .luurnalisin 4, Vit-tory tmrns St-a llivisinn 4, Meek, Ray-Trac-k 3, 4. Intramurals 2, 3, 4, 1-'. I". A. 2, Il, 4, Stork Judging' 2, Ii, Potato .luflginxf 2, fl, Vic'- tury Uurns 4. Miller, Bill-Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Miller, Laurence-Hand 2, Orrln-stra 2, Musit- Fus- tival 2, St-lnml livviu- 2, lfootlutll 2, 4, 'l'rat-li 2, Zi, Intramurals 4. Nevins, Alden-Hand 2, 3, 4, tlruliestra 2, 4, Music Festival 2, 23, 4, St-lmnl Rt-vue 2, ZZ, 4, Intramurals 2, tl, 4, I". l". A. 2, 21, 4. Nitchman. Louise-Stuflt-nt Lt-atlt-rs' t'tmft-rt-in'o 2, l'nint t'lul+ 2, ll, 'I'ri-Y il, 4, 'l'rinlt--li 2, Zi, 4. Latin t'lulv 2, Cl, l'0llllS0llll'S 4. .l0lll'llJlll5lll 4, Girls' la-aguv -SrwialantlAtl1lt-tit' llivisitnis 2, Zi, 4. Klaliiain Staff 2. 32. 0'Donahue, Mickey-Gt-nt-ral cmirse. Omstead, Jean-t'lmrus 2 .2, 4, R. tl. U. Plulu 71, 4, Ntirtliwt-st Musiv tmiife-i'4-iic'v 2, Il. Blusit' l"t-stival 2, il, A t'a11pn-lla 2, fl. 4, Sn-hruol Rs-Vuv 2, IZ. 4, Girls' la-aguel t'mifs'rPii4-Q 2, Sturle-nt lA'N2l'll'l'S' 4'0llf0l'flI'lC'P 2, Latin t'luli 2, t'utiiisiAlm's 2, 2, 4, l'. lG. tl. Award 2. Vivtury t'urns-V-Air St-i'x'im'v -4, Girls' lic-zuztw - Sm-ial Irivisiwn 2, 11. 4. Ainlvulanvi- Corps t. I n t Xil lwtait-latin-iit il, 4. Girls' Lvaguf- Fuiiiivil 2. 4. 's 1 't Ott, Lorraine Kay-Siiiiidgvttr-s 4. Assistant Lilirar- ian 4. t'uunst-lwrs 4. t'4viiitiwi'i-i:il liivisinn of X'it't1wi'B' 1'-urns l. Girls' l,t1aglu-- Svi'x'it't- liivisiun fl. 4. liusi- n.-ss Staff of Klaliiain 4. A Phelps, Walter-lftmtlisnll 2, 21, i,'l'ra1-li 2.13. -t.lntra- inurals 2. 32, 4. Svniwr lli-Y ST. 4, Latin t'luli I., Yin-- I1-Vy' Vtvrlrs 4. Pile. Arvin-lftiutlvall 2. F. F. A. 2. fl. 4, llullmlngr Guartls 2, 22. Yi:-tory t'uri1s 4. Pless, Mason-I-'fiotlnall il. l, Intramurals 21, 4. Almlwl Airplanvs 4. Poulsen, Bob-lntraniurals l. ll l". A. 2, il. 1. Sttwk .lutlg:in:: 2. ZZ. l'lllJll4l.llllllJlllL.1':l. Powell, Gale-Vliwrus 4, lntraniurals fl, 4, A'it'ttir5' 1'41I'llS 4. Rasmussen, Gertrude-F'hnrus 4, Siiiiitlut-ttvs l, Vit-- tury t'tvrps 4, Girls' l4l'1l4.llll" Stwial lbivisinn 2. fl, 4. Rikansrud, Alice--G-An'-ral i'uurs1-. Robbins, Marjorie-llantl 2, 2, 4, tlrvln-stra 2. 2, -l, lflutt- Trio, 2, 21, ll. H, G t'lulv 2, il. Nwrtliw:-st Musin- l'1vlifvl't-l11'v 2, Il, Altlsir' l"1'sIlY:ll 2. fl, All-Svlimvl l'l2lV 2, St-litml lla-Yiiv 2, IZ, St-rge-:uit-at-Arms Girls' Ululi 4. 'Vriple--l-I 2, ZZ, 4, Latin t'lulu 2, fl, t'ounst-lors 4. t'liairn1an Junior ll--tl Vross Ftititit-il 4. Girls' lA'1lgll0 - -Arhl.-tiv llivisinn 2, Il, St rvim- Ibivisiwn 4, liusine-ss Staff Klaliiain Zi. Sauve. Bill-Yivv Pre-sitlt-nt nl' t'lass 2. t'lass Trva- sur:-r Sl, t'lass l'rt-sitl'-nt 4. 'l'r1-asurt-r Buys' Vluls 3, S4't'l'1'lZ1l'A' linys' t'lulv 4, tllrlt-r Buys' f'rmff-rn-in-P 3, l-'tyntlvall 2, Ii, 4. liaskvtliall 2, Il. l. Se-nivur lli-Y 3, 4, l-'rvnf-li t'lulv Il, Lt-tts-rnians' t'lulm Il, Fam-t'lulw 4. Vit-trwy Vurps 4, Plwttizrrapliy Staff Klaliialn 4. Schnebly. Don-Intramurals 4, lf. l". A. 2, Zi. 4, Scott, Charles-liaiul 2, il, 4, tlrvln-stra 2, Sl, 4. Brass Svxtut 2, II. 4, I-Z. H. t'. Ululu 3. 4, Musit- Festival 2, 31. Svlmul liffvtxt- 2, Il, Stutle-nt lit-mls-rs' f'0llfPl'0lll'P 2. Intramurals 2, 22, St-nior Ili-Y 4. SENIORS Seaton, Jim-l". F. A, 2, 3, 4, Stool: JllfiL1'lllI,l' 3, Seaton, Margaret-Sniudgvttcs 4, Frm-nvli 4"luli 2, 3, l'ziii-Aiin-i'is'iiii Club 3, Girls lie-zigrln-wlblwiliini lJivi- sion, Shelton, Glyde-liuncl 2, 3, Srhool lhviw 3, Girls' liezlgllle- rl'l'1'llSllI'9l' 3, Girls' liezigin- Foiife-i'cm'c 2. Student l.e:1flvi's' Coiiferviim- 2, 3, lbrum Mzljorlgllv 2, 3, 'l'ri-Y 2, 3, 4, 'l'l'iple-li 2, 3, 4, Lziiili Cluli Il, Counsm-lors 4, Victory Corps 4, Girls' lim-21,2111-gSria',i:il, Servimf, and .ilhlc-tim' Divisions 2, Il, 4, liusiness Siaiff of lflilllllllll. Sieh, Althea-Girls' lie'-zigwil--Sol-izil zinrl S1-rvive lli- Visilills 2, 3, 4. Skiffington, Emmet-Gent-rzil 4-ours:-. Solberg, Elsie-Girls' Lozulilv Svc-iw-tai'v 4, Girls' l492U.l'llL' Coiifeiriive 2, Stuflent Tiezills-rs' f'rmiifvi'oiiw' 2, 3, l'riint Vluli 2, 3, Tri-Y 3, 4, 'l'riplv-ld 2, 3, 4. l'ounsolors 3, 4, Yin-tory Corps 4, Girls' lil'2lQ'll4'- Servim- llivision 3, ,Xtlili-lic 2, Sovizil 4, liusiin-ss Staff Klziliizini 3, 4, lfhlitoriiil Stuff 3, Stearns, John W.-Ui-chi-strii 2, 3, Musii- Festival 2, P2111-A1111-i'i1-:iii Club. Sterling, Pat-Rzmrl 2, 3, Orcliestrzi 2, 3, Chorus 3, Music i'0llfk'I't'llC9 2, 3, Music Festival 2, fl, School Revue 2, 3, Girls' League Secretary 3, l'l't1SiliPlli 4. Stuclvnl Le-zulers' f'oiife-rc-neo 3, Tri-Y 3, 4. Triple-li 2, 3, 4, Counselors 2, 3, 4, Delrate 2, Girls' lA'xPl2'llOi Social and Athletic- Divisions 2, 3, 4, Editorial Stuff Klahizini 2, 3. Sterrner, Ray-lntrziniurzils 3, Mofh-l Aiiqilaiies 3. Stokes, Glenn-Footlmll 4, lizlskvtlmll 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, F, F. .X. 2, 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 4, Lvttm-l'1ii:iiis' Club 3, 4. Sutherland, Ann-Via-tory Corps 4, Model Airplanes 4, Girls' Tieagiiee-Atliletie Division 2, 3, 4. Swedberg, Gem?-Track 2, Intramurals 2, 3. 4, F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Stork Judging 2, 3, 4, Potato Judging 2, 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 4. Taylor, Bud-Intramurals 3, 4, Mozlol Airplanes 3. Trowbridge, Gail-Vin-tory Corps 4. Truhlicka, Mildred-Orchestra 2, 3, Music Festival 2, 3, Girls' League-Social Division 2, 3, 4. Turner, John-Chorus 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, F, F. A. 2, 3, 4, Apple Jiimlgiiig' 3, Uebelman, Marge-Rand 2, 3, Orchestra 2, Music Conference 2, Music Festival 2, 3, A. S. F. Secretary 4, Point Club 2, 3, Tri-Y 3, 4, Counselors 3, 4, Journ- alism 4, Girls' League4Athletio Division 2, Social Division 3, 4, Business and Editorial Staff Klahiam 'J Upton, Bob-Rand 3, Music Festival 3, F. F. A. 2, Stock Judging' 2, Potato .luclginpq 2. Vaughn, James Barton-Chorus 3, 4 ,Music Confer- ence 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, All-School Play 3, 4, School Revue 3, Football 2, 3, T4-nnis 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Victory C'0T'17SASP2'L Servivc. Vietzke, Don--Chorus 3, 4, Music Festival 4, Music Festival 3, 4, A Cappella 4, School Revue 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. Watterson, June-General voursv. Webb, Donald-Truck 2, 3, Senior Hi-Y 4. Webster, Audrey-Tri-Y 3, 4, Triple-E 3, 4, French Club 4, Counselors 2, 3, Girls' League-Som-ial, Ser- vice and Athletic Divisions 2, 3, 4. Wells, Garnet-Band 3, Music Festival 3, Tri-Y 4, Counselors 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4. Wilhelm, Fred--Football 3, 4, Track 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 4, Lettermans' Club 3, 4, Journ- alism 4. Wines, Salley-Tennis 2, 3, 4, Point Club 3, 4, Pan- American Club 3, Journalism 4, Victory Corps 4, Girls' League--Athletic Division 2, 3, 4. Wyatt, Marvin-Basketball 2, 3, 4. ,ff 1 A. SEATON, j, Sl-L.-XTON. M. SHEI ,TON Q, 43' Sllill SK ll-'FINCTON 5fJLBliRG If . , , fb , 1 V si l-LXRTJS S'll1Rl.lNG sroms 'il l 4 si I l li.liL.xN1v sxrii1i1iiL'nc i .im in 'l RUXYl5RllX'P1 'l RLQlll.lCk X lL'liXl-QR L'F1lil,l.Nl.'XX L l' l OX X'.XL'CLllN NX Xl l lr RNON W I Bs TER xx I1 H5131 WWE5 MILLER B, -f SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Norma Connor, Joe Andreotti, Joe Johnson, Miss Twyman, Bill Sauve SENIOR CLASS W'ith officers Bill Sauve, Joe Johnson, Norma Connor, and Joe Andreotti as president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively, and Miss ,leannette Twyman as adviser, the Senior Class has a record to be proud of. Outstanding not only in scholastic achievements, this group also boasts members in the fields of athletics, music, and drama. Maryellen Dumbolton, Charles Scott, Harold Jeans, and Douglas Alford scored in the realm of music, while the sport parade included such athletes as Joe Andreotti, Joe johnson, Archie Anclreotti, joe Kelleher, Bill Sauve, .lim Carmody, Keith Lowe, Glenn Stokes, Ted Leavitt, Fred Wilhelm, Marvin Wyatt. Marty Lund, and Walter Phelps. A lively and active class, they participated freely in all school activities, giving their time in hard work and service for the glory of E. H. S. and our country. Says Miss Twyman, "They are a fine class and work well with me." 22 'Z f I ,au 1 T' Anderson Barn hart Colwell Deaton Engel Feroglia JUNIOR CLASS Anderson Bates Cooke Dillon Ettles Fischer 4. I W if an W' .biy l .!C -.. ff.. 1 li! Q 'Q' Shi rn ..f 1' D-'. 'nil W' vm X f W l 1-.,if"' . ly C.: Ml ,sl Y Q, 1 Q .t F 'Y I l x il lf "-.T JUNIOR CLASS R. Gallanar E. Garmann K German B. Gleason B. Graaff M. Hagen K. Hall ' J. Hanks M. Hanks M. Hanson M. Hanson R Harris L. Hauser D. Hauser B Hart B. Hicks L. Holman B. Howell M. Hunt G Hunt D Huss M. Jacobs V. Jollo C. Jump J. Kontos G Kontos D Leavitt W. Lowe M. McCracken H McDougall L. Mellergaard B Dawson F Minor F. Mitchell D. Morrison B. Mundy 1 l 24 AH ,' far' ""B' - .sling 5 44, fr X A ,si ' . 1 W su 4 . 5 we 2, W A - f 1 A . A9 ay' , I U Nicholson Pope Rissberger Shannon Tresedder Watson JUNIOR CLASS Norling Powell Sandness Smart Turner Webster Nunnally Powers Schell Stearns Tusler Westrope ,gf - sl' 13,57 N 3? .XYJA FA. f l 'KW .f' f ey ,Ja I ll is fn' rin 3 eg. . f-. ,, , F if 7 , 9 f , , ' wry ' I 71. S: 1 Oneal Passmore Prater Ranniger Schmitz Schnebly Stone Snell Uebelacker Vanderford Whiteman Williams 25 .4 ., , s if 3 A ,lm A A, 1 u ..1' es: . "' J ,i 3 if ' it i atiilfmf-bl C. Wilson, A. Wright, J. Wyatt, J, Zier Q JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Walt Webster, Chuck Eckert, Marvin Jacobs, Dean Nicholson, Mr. Simpson I UNIOR CLASS For the second consecutive year, the students who are now juniors have selected all boy officers. Heading the class this year are: Chuck Eckert, president, Walt Webster, vice president, Dean Nicholson, secretary, and Marvin Jacobs, treasurer: Mr. Claude Simpson, adviser. Last year, under the capable leadership of such officers as Carroll Richards, Bill Hicks, Tom Ciarvey, and Wilbur Lowe, this class made an excellent start and has kept up the good work this year. The junior Prom was one of the outstanding affairs of the season. Besides sponsoring this gala event, the Juniors proved themselves to be an active class by participation in music organizations, athletics, the Victory Corps, and the all-school play. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Bene Schuller, Mr. Wilson, Kenny Haskins, Dorothy Oneal, Bob Eyrnan SOPHOMORES First Picture D. Cobain, R. Pornwall, D, Barrett, M. Busby, J. C"artc-r, E. Anderson, J. Bark- ley, G. Andress, N. Campbell, S. Berk. L. Corum, R. Benjamin, R. Bowers, B Pross, N. Bc-rgteyin, E. Berry, J. Ayres M. Anthony, B. Busby. D. Alford, D. Bonjorni, R. B4-lsaas, R Anderson, T. Fox, L. Anthony, li Brown, M. F'lvrf. Second Picture R. Grove, L. Hake, D. l':llf.Z'4'l, I". Gehlvn, B. Dawson, B. Dodte, G. Housvr, ll. Eyman, K. Haskins. R. Duncan, P. Cory, L. Deranleau. P. Fray, J. Cunningham, G. Derrick, R Housor, B. Growf-of-k, G. Dillon. A. D1-asy, M. Finnegan, B. Fran:-, M. Fit- tm-rur, L. Finnegan, M. Vruse, B. Gage, H. Edwards. Third Picture E IlllE'l1S R ifllI1ll1SlxS I' Tish Kerns. D. Lerfalrl, B. Mage-rs, J. Hous- ton, B. Jacobson, XV. Jeans, J. Cross. M. Javkson, M. Krygrer, R. Gregory, L. Jensen, M. Ford, J. Kryzak, M. Hubbell, B. Hall, B. Kings, J. Hushes. L. Jorgenson, S, May, A. Gevr, G. John- son, P. Kryzak, D. Looney, B. Gray. J. Howell, S. Kriegrlvr, Fourth Picture A. Marshall, R. Roberts, J. Poulsen, WV. Pear-h, B. Potter, D. Norlingr, L. Neil. P. Peters, T, Oit-n, R. Miller, B. Stop- pinlirink. J. Nolotte, M. McQueen, D. Onoal, P. Pat- tillo, J. Nelson, P. Minor, D. Nelson, 1', Martin, I. Matheson, A. Miller. L. Mcfxracken, L. Rohhinettr, B. Mv- Laugfhlin, H. M4-Granahan, D. Perry, l". Pe-nt-0, R. Oakland, J. Ott, VV. May. Fifth Picture L. Torgerson, R. VVahlo, C. XVard, G. Short, B. Smit, L. West, L. VVat0rs, J. Townsend, D. XVatts, L. Flower, R. Poole. B. WVorgum, M. XVatson, R. WVines, L. Tyler, P. Rowland, J. Smith, D. Stanley, A. Godes, B. Shvlton, J. Swanson. M. Smith, VV. NVilliams, L. Sparks, D. VVilkins, B. Svhuller, S. VV:-hster, ll YVells, D. Stone, L. VVyatt, B. Wilhelm. i S l 1 1 1 lxeyecl tc 21 yy 1r t1mt p ice our aCt1x1t1es incl clubs took on new rtspon v11t1es t 1 y r o cnvcr were t cy orf 1n17ecl or ony pedsurr xn socm 1ct1y1ty but for Commumty lu lp md CIXIL i'wSlSl1I1CC Our sl lmool of utrs re-1l1Led th1 xnd Clld the1r utmost to mike the year l P47 43 yt 1r of SKYWI t E ll Q lhe XATIOLIS clubs and orffanlzdtxons that compose our extra CllI'I'lCllliI act1y1t1es 1lso mcled by promotmv scrap clr1yes may .aunt xncl imc CIIIIPIILJIN md 1 ydffe orts u s an 21Ct1y1t1es t 1 yt 11 Il 1 1 testms., rounfl for task of the future Not only was tocl xy s work 1 ompl1sheCl but there was 21 preparatmn and foundatlon l211d for deallnff vw1tl1 tomorrow s problems Our students haye proy ecl that they can face 21 Cllflcltlllt task and carry throuvh that t2-xsk efflclently and cheerfully We salute our CTIVITIES l l 1 1 I 1 28 v' '2 -' 2 2 , Q ' - sil Alw .' lrs .'e21 . N lm rf' ? X lm" ,fi f lv' lit' r 2 cl 3 '2l2 e 2 -'-'E.'.'..'Z 1. L " As, 2 ' ' 5 2 '. " ' K ..- 21 "2 'Ice 3 U I L. ' ' .. ' K. I S . 5. '. . ' , -. A, , - ' 2' 'A v' ',.' 2,:"' f2 Q2 A 2 2 'K' 2 SE l " , eff Cl bc ' Cl ' "' ' J lrs -'12 ' 7 'OYAflPC'l 2 Q ' K' tx 'J 's H X. 1' ' ' ' 2 ' ' 2 ve , v, K. . K , I 2 A - . - . Tx v' - vin. I K. , . , , . ' ' . . K. . , h . . 1. , , ' ' H. v4 ' l l X X x Y KIVXEXA AX 3 CUKA 'Y G 30 S Joe Kelleher Keith Lowe Mr Brown Joe Andreottn Sam Webster Mirge Uebelm GIRLS LE an OFFICER AGUE OF Pat St erlung Pat Colwell M1xme Feroglla Miss Lowery EII1 Cross Marge Robbins Elsie Solberg BOYS CLU OFFICE M Brown Joe A B ndreottn Archie Andreottr Wilter Webster Bull Sauve RS FICERS S ASB OFFICERS Pxwuiem Joe Ksllehcx X 1 P1fs1c4 Joe AIICUCOIII I1 M 110114 Um bc hu 111 xx K 1th Imu 'XCXINCI N11 BIOXXIX PURPOSE 18 INNCXIIIIOIA N111 LXINI ol 1 N 1 1111 N Lum cm D1 c vc 1111111011 xx lf X or next I su 1 b ms IRIN' GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS Pluxdfnt P11 Stcllmp. Xue PICKICUIH mmf FSIOUIII If Elm Solbclg. T llklllfl E 1 N111 CIOKS 5:1 fmt II AIIHS Pu Colxxcll VIR!-IOIIR Hobbms Acixlxu 'Vins Loumx DIVISIONS -Xthletlw Smlxlce Wmk Comm low Socul VVo1k Dmma PURPOSE 1 pm me 1 N U m 1 N Jefts 01 111U1fSt ul DUIIINSS to U11 R 0 1SL1 u x couxt N111 to 01111 mc uw 10110 me ut 11110 111 BOYS CLUB OFFICERS P11 Nui: 111 Jc 'XIXKIIEOIII Q xl 'N 11 x lf Slum Tu INUIGI A1ch1e Audleottl P1011 lm Qhllllllwllx Tux Lefum KXINKI N11 Bmmw PURPOSE 1 INIIIJONC 01 ow 11131 1 X 1 11 up IIIIKN of xxhxc 11 thu nu 1 f me 1 1 to pxox Q1 O I I 'ic' -- I -nt - 'X ' Sr' ' 't'I:l1'3' 11 "- 1 - z Tru . 111'l'I' 1" - " "Th'.' "1 " Q :11 f ' thc- '-rmtrol of football. ba.'k'tbz111. tmck. 1 uiq Jud" ', 14:1 -. ci 'la 1 ' . cvruto mms' 3 d1':1x1mtic-.3 tho school zumllul. and :my he-1 ml ' ' 01' zwtivity that c-cmuc-e1'11s hv Q Kit' ll ociy zu 1 '1 c 1 1 wk-' X 2 K uf 'A 1 " - X- ' I M: 2 -' , 'Q Se-1' ' 'lzllfx' K X " '1'-zu 111 11- 5-2 - ' Q 1 " A A - l.,. . V1 "Thx 'p 01' lhv El1'I1.'lJll1',, Svuiox' High Svhcnl C'i1'1." Imzlgllv In to l'l'fX1llU. flilllilill. :md 1-xt:-mi idvuls of hivlmcislmip, social sc-1'x'ir'eu loyully. :md pzxlriotisrng tu ciisvum xub' 1' Q ' ' zu 11011 K 5 '1.'. t 11,7 '11 in tl K hvurt of 1-uc-11 one z ' .' 11111 Da' 1 111311 , tl xbw' L1 ' ,s' life." 1 -.I ' . M, A - x ' Xyiim-P1'f'.'i lvut VV:11t X ' ' 3. IPI' Svc- ' -tary Bill 1 7 - .M . , , v- ' y - ' '41 ':"1' X' "Thi ' ' B C1 5 to iuI'm'u mv 111s-111199145 of x'u1'if:u.' x'cx-aL1u1x: pm'- tux ' ' '- 1 aj takx 1ldYFtI1I11,1C. to pmlucl il 110111111 1D1'0gI'l1IH. and ' 'ide' Im' :my mhvr zxvtivitivs in whivlm the boys are espvc-ia11y i11Ilx1'i'STOd.u TRIPLE-E Miss Lowery, Marjorie Robbins, Pat Ster- ling, Elsie Solberg, Pat Hayes. Maryellen Dumholton, Shirlee Rissberger, Pat Colwell, Ella Cross. Glyde Shelton, Louise Nitchman, June XVyatt, Audrey lVebster, Virginia Crimp. LaVerne Oneal, Barbara Mundy, Ileen Fronk, Maxine Feroglia. COUNSELORS Maxine Hay, Glenna. Busby, Elsie Solberg, Pat Sterling, Marge Uebelman, Jean Hinstead, Marjorie Robbins, Barbara Mundy. Pat Colwell, Maryellen Duinholtori, Clare XVilson, Utana Barrett, Louise Nitch- znan. Miss Buzzetti. I,aVerne Uneal, Helen Clerf, XVilda Hall, Lorraine Ott, Garnet WVellS, Glyde Shel- ton. HI-Y Fharles Svott, Pat Burke, Keith Lowe, XValt NVebster, Archie Andreotti, Alvin Koester, Marvin Jacobs, Joe Kelleher, Glenn Stokes. Dick Hauser, Eugene Swodberg, .Toe John- son. Joe Andreotti, George Mead, Jim t'arniody, George Mattson, Jack Norling. Hill Sauve. Charles Rc-kert, Ralph Lun- Sll'lllll. lion NVebh, XValter Phelpg, Fred XYilh1-lin, Hill Ifebelzu-lter, Dean Nichol- Stull. TRI-Y Margaret St-hell, Frances XVhit0man, Pat Hayes. Elsie Solberg, Vat Sterling, Marge Vebelman, Miss Klobucher. Betty Hart, Maryellen Dumbolton, Louise Nitf-lnnan, Audrey Webster, Virginia Crimp, l'tana Barrett, Garnet WVells, Glyclo Shelton, Charlcia Mason, Dorothy Hall, lleen Fronk, Ella Cross, Maxine l"el'op,'li1l. TRIPLE E Honor soclety of C-lrls League ushered at games school plays and concertskcleaned trophxes and trophy cases partlclpatecl ln any school functlons whlch required thelr help sponsored annual Sprlng Tolo Offlcers for the year Included presldent Pat Hayes vlce presldent Audrey Webster secretary Maxlne Feroglla treasurer Barbara Mundy advlser Mlss Marlon Lowery COUNSELORS Spreadlng hospltallty ID E H S by Introducing the new gurls and spon sorlng get acquamted partxes IS the job of the Counselors Capably led by MISS Buzzettl and aSSlStCd by permanent chalrman ean Omstead the club has had a very successful year To be a Counselor glrls must be selected by the advnser and must mamtaln a hwh scholastlc standard SENIOR HI Y Thexr motto To create malntaln and extend throughout the school and commumty hrgh standards of Chrlstlan character IS exempllfled by the asslstance the Hx Y rendered ln the drlve for renovatlon of the Y M C A building for use as a U S O center as well as local affalrs Wlth Harold Soren son as advlser the club was led through the year by president Archle Andre ottl vnce presldent George Mead secretary Ralph Lunstrum treasurer Kelleher and sergeant at arms 1m Carmody TRI Y Cave the flrst bug dance of the year the Gypsy Tolo Sponsored dances at the Y made scrapbooks for the boys ln the service ralsed money for the Y clrlve Officers for the year are president Maryellen Dumbolton vlce president Marjorie Uebelman secretary Pat Sterlmg treasurer Vlfglnla Crlmp legal counselor and sergeant at arms Clyde Shelton adviser Miss Marlon Klobucher 33 . . V , ' s u v y y n v v v , s 4 1 v v . .4 . . .. . . v ,I y - Q ,S . . I . U . . y v 1 . . . . H . . . v v v y ' , , , , , V .l0C 1 ' " v.I ' - . . .. ,- , . 4. -0 - - - 1- U . . - . , y v v , , r 1 ' ' v y , . DEBATE Mr. Wicks, Ted Leavitt, Bob Marsh, Don Leavitt. Pat Colwell, Gloria Derrick, Jeannette Hughes, Frank Atwood. Robert Anderson, Margaret Ann Hubbell, Betty Howell. POINT CLUB Wilda French, Almagene Powers, Marjorie Jensen, Colleen Jump, June Wyatt, Jeanne Marie Schuller. Q Miss Baker, Irva Cady, Venita Mason, Alice Doran, Lena Mae Jensen. Elaine Faust, Ileen Fronk, Ella Mae Cross, Salley XVines, Maxine Feroglia. JUNIOR LIBRARIANS Clare Wilson, Margaret Schell, Wilda French, XVilda Hall, June Watterson, Miss Grover. Lena Mae Jensen, Lorraine Ott, Irva Nady, Virginia Fischer, LaVerne Oneal. BULLDOG GUARDS Dan Rannigrvr, Don Leavitt, Dick Corey, Tracy King, Lauren Bailes, Arvin Pile, Ted Leavitt. Ben I-licks, Ralph Cornwall, Wesley Peach, Mr. Bowen, Joe Nvatson, Frank Atwood, Roh Eylllilll. l'hic Shannon, Bill Hicks, Howard Evans, Carroll Richards, Paul Peters, Bene Svhuller. DEBATE All members of last years champlonshxp team were vraduatecl but a promlsmg squad was enrolled ln the debate class under the dlrectron of lVlr WTcks The toplc chosen for debate thls year was lnederal World UUIOD Although wartime travel restrlctlon limited trlps splrlted debates were held wlth Thorp and among the four teams of the debate squad POINT CLUB Meetlng regularly twice a week on Mondays and Frldays thls club partrclpates ID all sports open to ZIYTS ln our school and helps wlth the physlcal fltness dlvlslon of the Vlctory Corps It IS an honorary drvxslon of the Athletlc Club and rs under the supervlslon of Mrss Baker grrls health teacher and Salley Wlnes president of the OY28l'1lZ3tlOl'1 IUNIOR LIBRRRIHNS Cn en a short perlod of tralnlng by M155 Grover concermn the functlon mg of a llbrary the unlor Llbrarxans mamtarned charge of the school llbrary all year A half crednt ms gnven for the course and the gurls were responsible for the effxclent handling, of llbrary fundamentals BULLDOG GUARDS Under the leadershrp of Captain Ted Leawltt the buxrds haxe earned thelr due reco nltlon ID another year of success Xlthou h home games were few thus year they were on the job helping to Leep up the hx h standard of thls servlce organlzatlon Arded by Aclwlser Ted Bowen the Bulldo Guards enjoyed soclal events durmg the year the most promlnent of these be-1n0 the annual Bulldog Guard Party held ID February 35 5 ' V , T . . , J . 7 . l - ' . v. T 1 w 1 v . Cy I " . if Y ' , A , y .A . , k g, . s Y 'l f D . . F. F. A. Jzu-k Houston, Vincent Jollo, Bob Bon- jorni, liugzene Barnhart, Fred Dieien- hash, Melvin Jorgeson, Loren Corum, lion Volmin. XY:iyn0 .lt-uns, Glenn Cooke, Kirk German, Marion llzitfit-ld, Jzlvk Gill:-spio, Leon Imvis, Gerald llunt, Urren Busby. Mr. Hui-kv, Lloyd Huss, Bob Dawson, Iizxlph Cornwall, Bob Diefenhavh, Joe Flllllt-'l'll12lll, tilt-nn Boyve. Jac-k l!unf,:'vr, Robert Belsaas, .loe Carney, ilusl Angli-main, Ric-hard lienjzunin, Clif- ford Bw,-n,i:unin, lion Jorgt-nson. F. F. A. Mr. Johnson, Alden Nevins, Eugene Swed- ln-rpr, Arvin Pile, Glenn Stokes, Tieifh Lowe, Roy NVahle, Don Schnebly, Rob- i-rt Kzuninsky, lirnt-st .lurgs-ns, Yi-rnon Mitvhel, Tom Snell, Bob Poulsen, Ralph Pope, Jack XVestrope, Ralph Miller, .lim Seaton, Floyd Minor, Chuck lim-kert. .Im-k Sn:-ll, Roy Meek, John Turner, Lyle XVQ-st, Gordon Taylor, Kenneth Nelson, Jzunus Mite-he-ll, lA'l.Xvt'l'll9 Jorgenson. Herald Simpson, Roy Bowers, George Thayer, Carroll Newman, Russell VVinos, Glenn Dillon, Gene Moen, VVz1ldo May. B. O. C. CLUB I-Ivan Barrac-longh, Bill Gleason, Charles Scott, Loyal Holman, VVilhur L0we,'Le0 Schmitz. lirline Anderson, Phyllis Rowland, Mari- lyn Hanson, Harold Jeans, Jean Orn- stf-ad, Maryellen Dumbolton, Shirlee Rissherger. Helen Jean Edwards, LaVerne Oneal, Dorothy Une-al, Pat Colwell, VVilda Hall, liarlvzira Mundy. CAM CLUB Flare VVilson, Dorothy Stearns, Jim Car- mody, George Kontos, Lee Torgerson, VVally Dillon. Shirlee Rissherger, Phyllis Rowland, Er- line Anderson, Dorothy One-al, Carmen I'en1'e. Leslie Houser, Frank Atwood, Bill Sauve, Roy Bowers, I.aVerne Oneal. FFR The F l X undtr lVlr ohnson has seen another succe sful xcar ev en lf partxclpatlon ln many actlutles formerly enjoy ed by these members has been greatly reduced OWIDY to war condltlons Helplnf to carry out the carefully planned program for thls year were officers Glenn 5toke president Roh BODJOYIII vlce presldcnt Roy Meek secretary Bob Dlefentnch reporter Chuck Eckert serv eant it arms The llllensburf chapter aided Greatly In the natlon Wlde scrap metal drive BOCCLUB After reorganlritlon thls year the B O C C lub flnxlly secured reco nltlon as a school music soclety MISS lxnox and Mr SI11lth advlsers together Wlth the members sponsored such concerts as the Annual Mld Wlnter C oncert the lVl1l1tary Concert and Modern Amerlcana a prof ram of muslc of both North and South America The offlcers for the yexr were presldent Qurroll Rlchards wce president Maryellen Dumbolton secretary treasurer ean Omstead CAMCLUB A new club ln our extra curricular 3CtlVltlC9 thls vear Qamclub ls devoted to the study of picture takmg and darkroom technique Each member was requlred to make one artlcle for the new darkroom and complete one lnCilVldUal project such as tmtmg work actlon photography or movie taklnz Mr lxxbbe advlser has had considerable photographlc experlence 37 C I I 7 Y Y . . T, 1 .. , . jf J 1 sz . . s, . 3 . , . , . . ,. ' . , . v 'H v 1 1 1 K v ' v K' 1 -C -' 1 1 ' ' ' rv ' K 1-Q fs I O O , H .1 . , , . . . K . , , g . . . .. , K ., K ,. . . - , . ,, . , - , ,, t . 1. .z ' 3 , 4 - . . I , , 1 ' . ' - EDITORIAL STAFF Pat Colwell, Helen Clerf, Miss Klobucher LaVerne Oneal, Carroll Richards KLA!-HAM EDITORIAL STAFF Under the supervision of Miss Marion Klobucher, a new type of organiza- tion was adopted this year. The Klahiam Editorial Staff was composed of a board consisting of Carroll Richards, Pat Colwell, Helen Clerf, and headed by LaVerne Oneal. Wilda Hall assisted in the writing of organization activi- ties, and Dean Nicholson was in charge of sports. Working under wartime difficulties and budget restrictions, they planned the book to include all activities possible. 38 PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF LaVerne Oneal, George Kontos, Jim Carmody, Lee Torgerson, Bill Sauve KLAHIAM PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF M1'. Kibbe's photography staff took charge of taking, developing and printing all Klahiam pictures. Organized last year, this group is an extra- curricular activity, and is composed entirely of voluntary workers. During spare time they helped build and equip the model darkroom. BUSINESS STAFF Four students under the capable leadership of commercial teacher, Mr. Burgeson, directed all of the Klahiam finances for the year. They managed circulation, business, and advertising efficiently, overcoming decreased budget and supply difficulties. BUSINESS STAFF George Kontos, Lorraine Ott Elsie Solberg, Mr. Burgeson Mary Jane Harris i That muslc lJL1llClS nmorale hrs been proyed throughout the ages xnd we xr: sure th xt otr IIIUSIC dep irtmc nt ls dome lts part III SCTVICC to XITIPTICI Ntyer was the band too busy to ru its support to such causes as vwar stamp sales mfantlle paralysls drnes Red Qross campalgns bchool assemblxes or just plain concerts for those who enjoy IIIUSIC lhls year s chorus dlrected by lVl1ss Wtnlfred lxnox was perhaps one of the best IH the muslcal history of our school and we are proud of the fxct that more speclfled tlme this year has been dey otecl to ensemble groups than was previously allotted When the dynamxc lrnmy qmxth left the band did not mlss 1 beat for the yersatlle and ible lvllss lxnox took oy er lll hll hts also IH the entertamment world were our plays The XII School play l fs under the dlrectlon of Mr llowell drew a record attendance and was well YCCGIX ed as was the Senlor Q lass play To those who Gaye their tune to provlde relaxatlon and enjoyment for others to you the students and teachers who made these tl'llHU9 posslble we pay trlbute and vue are proud to salute our and 40 ' A Q . 2 Q - - ' 1 yf 2 2 2 .' z x J 2 - Q f J ' 3 .ff .2 . 1 , Y Y Y ' Y , ' , . Y . Y Y . . . 1 g , . . . . 'K , I c , . 'f N ' S, Y ff K7 X, t X, . , . . .. . U ' 7 .' ' ' I . f . Y -I , x V 7 , 2 4 v Y K. - Y ' . Y Y ' , ' , . Y ' ' . . . . g, g, ., . , . , J Y Y. A - , , , . ,. 1 .. . - . Y . lr, , . . Y Y - Y ,' ' ' f ' , .. . 3 v i . ,,. .. T Y ' , ' f . . . 5 5 zfffE'? . , 5 5 1 5 3 z a . 3 . - . - , . - iv 9,3'9 '5P ?1'? S151 SIS!! in v if ffglf if Iii iii' fl ff6'YSxf3 wTfr'fl'f Wil 1723 WI fffl BAND PERSONNEL ifrrllvlw. 4l1:11'l4-s Sunil llill l'r:1I--V, NYQQXI14- .I1-uns, lluuzlrll Nl-'ll-flluilll, 'l"'Vl'5' l"ill'V'H- Killx 4 cI'lll1lll, lllll Russ, Imn 'I'x'11hlim-kan, NY:ll1hf Nllljf 4lllllltlYf llnrulrl .I4-:uw Ilif-k lfiss-lmm: Ilflrwvllxy' Um-nil. 5I:u'ily11 ll1ll1rUll, .Ivzm llunkw, Im .lf-msn-11. llulwrl A1111--rsmx, llvh-I1 -lvllll l'I1lw:u'mIs. , - 1 llumlurm-si l.1ll1.Ie-:ls lu-111-lm llurns: Ihuxglzns .Xlfm-nl, Iirlim- .Xmlf-rsfm. Ke-mwlh .lvusl-11, .lvrry IH-1ri4-lx, Ibm .Ig1.-4,hs..,, till, l!:u'lr:ll':l Allllllly, lie-11 l-'alrlw-ll. I.:-lly Mm-llzlwlllalll llxll lnlull, . 4 w . l KllllllIl5, lmh l.l.uul1.111l, IA-U N-lumix, luxwuu lnZlI'l'2ll'l4lllLIll, XHllll1IIl"SI .l1llIl'l SXYZIIISHII, .Xl1lvll Nvxinx. Huy lllmn-, 111101 Xxnllrlll l KU Il ' Ai ". ss 1 lnrm--I: Vhvllls ll:-xvlzlml. llutm-: Bl glrjurim- lllwlllri I 11-1-ull, lmywxu All-1'r':1.-lwxl SNNZ 1 Inwlulrmfpxl-l' l,:rX4-r!1.- um-ul. llIl1lIlS' I,:v3':1I llulmzln. Iwfmmy 1'--X. 'IU--I Hivll. I..-1. Hula-. IMI.-1: 4'.r1"1m , . STRING ORCHESTRA I ll'!'0ll In-l1'u'rlw I.-Qlh ll-'us--V, lullsgl-ml li:11'1nll:1l'l. Illvk 1,1-Vlgllul. lqll lulxx'-'ll. X1-mln llzlw-rw I U Nlilfllll, Nl:lx'1Ivl1 K--msn-l, Sllirl--5' lh-I-lc, .Xrmlis Ile-wr. l,-vis Y:11ul.-rfwx'4l, IM-xx':iyxw .Xlllvrwl v5 ll. gII1llllIlllllNllSS NYi11if1'1-rl Kxmx, llirw-vt1ll's. 43 Bill Gleason OUTSTANDING MUSICIANS Maryellen Dumbolton String Quartet I1:Il':I1-111' Sllll- xl S--p1.l1l1-SHI-lvl X':ll':1Nl:lw-ul 'l'l'1lrlll..-lx., Clarinet Quartet l-,llwllly Hn 4 .l. IM- lt I- LM law I' Ilalwlll .I-.lux Vllxfllx Il-lxxlxxl Xlzlrlly ll ll lavwlfl- Ill-I XX llllzl Ilzlll Ivlwlt I,-Il'l':Ilvl 1':ul'x'4 Il Ill.-l':1l'rIw I.x111l lI:1l'l':l- ll-ull: Evan Barraclouglm Douglas Alford Don Powell I-.lrlwlll-t llwxl. lv-If I-.lr-I l.-.Ill-1 IIIIIIII 51.1 1 I"l'1ll-'Il lllwl, OTHER OUTSTANDING PERFORNIERS Vocal Ir1strun1entaI ll xl S-Ilvrzlel-I Vllzlrl-x S I-II 'l'r1l 51 I 1 I lizlxx Ilzllw-Ill ,llzlxlx Vlnxlllll S-4-'-I1lwISw1ll':1:lH 1':ul1'wIl I11--Ilzlxwlr X1 lm Mary l.+-1: l"iIi--V+-V. ,MH-rllllzllllxl ALL SCHOOL PLAY "Pigs" by June Morrison and Patterson McNutt Production Staff Director and Stage Crew ly Hurt, Marilyn IIHIISUII. l.z1Yn-rm' tm--nil. 4lm'1i4n1 Short, Mr. Hnwvll, Ardellf- int Vulwvll, Mm'r::ii'q-I Svli--ll. - CAST lub Marsh, Ht'lt'Il Xl1'fll'IlIlHh1lll, Hula I:I1lIll'h1ll'1l, Maury:-ll'-n llllllllbullllll, Ulm- .ii-an lin In Yzxuprlm, Iivun lf1ll'l'llt'lUlli.1ll, Maxim- Fm-ruglizi, lfzui llzumigw-r, l-Ie! Mi-Artlxur, 45 -X nmark of dlStlDCtlOD ln this year at E H S IS the record of our 1942 43 athletlc teams The football team under the Quldance of lVlr Wllson new faculty member had an enylahle season Although loslng two vames to stron Opponents ln post season scheduling they walltecl off wlth the Xalley Qharnplonshlp for the fxrst tlme smce 1938 Our great basketball team which bowed down to no one durlns., the entlre season l1liCYVlSC captured the Xalley Qhamplonshlp Nlr Nelson who took over the plxce vacated when lVlr lxoemf was put ln charfe of physlcal fitness turned out a squad that ranks hl h ID the ba kethall history of E l-l 5 lraclc too produced a strong teanm whlch upheld the terrlflc pace set by our other teams Yes E H S has a rlght to be proud of thus year s sportsters They realized that peop e must work together to accomplish the tasks before them Bee xuse of the splrlt with which they entered the game thelr sense of falrness clean play and team worlt we are proud to salute our 46 ' . 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Volleyball, tennequioit, dancing, races, baseball, etc., have also been a part of this training. 1 - l l 52 BOYS' VICTORY CORPS Besides the general Victory Corps, there are five other branches in which the students of our school are given an opportunity to enroll. These include Community, Production, Land, Sea, and Air. Especially valuable to the boys who will be entering our armed forces. or some activity directly essential to our war effort, these activities also provide experience for all who participate in them. To qualify for general membership, students must be enrolled in a suitable program of studies, participate in some wartime service Csuch as Red Cross, building model airplanes, Volunteer Fire Fightersj and take physical fitness. 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' . . 25- , ' , Dee Dec J 'rn J rn Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb 5 CALENDAR Srnta brought mr Isnt II bC3l1Ufll19 From the looks of thmgs th1s must haxe been '1 boornrng xefn for Old Salllt Nrek Therell be 1 hot tune Ill the old toxxn tonlght Yes S11 Tonlght IS New Year s Exe What 1 nrght' Oh mx head Is It st1ll the1e'J Nexer 'rgarn Etc Thrs xx as all we could get from the fexx students that returned to school on th1s mor rung after the nrght before Bulldogs xx ent to Cle Elurn to proxe agarn that the Wfnrrors arent so tough End of the fnst semester Those nastx report cards came out agarn Were begmnmg to belrexe that the Honor Roll IS hrdmg under the hnoleum We cant seem to f1nd much of lt no matter hoxx hard xxe look The Bulldogs came out on the xxmnmg end of the game xx rth Yakrma Those Cle Elum Warrrors are gluttons for punrshment Ol else they hfrxe hrgh hopes of beatmg us Well the Bulldogs beat Yak1ma on then own floor Gets monotonous doesnt 1t'P The Prosser team has a lot of dl1V6 but thex were no match for the Bulldogs 6 Ellensburg at Selah Brother that was reallv a game Txxo three mmute oxer March Mar ch March Ma rch March March Aprrl Aprrl Aprrl Aprrl Aprrl Mav May May June June trmes before the Bulldogs emerged xrctorrous too much l1ke xx ork Ellensburg at Cle Elum School mourns the loss of Mr Howell and M1 Smlth 1fS the Army s galn Ellensburg IS slated as the best team of the countx We knew that all the tune dldll t we2 Two hotlx land we do mean hotlvl contested games were played on th1s frrst nlght of the Vallex Tournament Ellensburg defeated Prosser and Selah defeated Toppenrsh These games were not so close as those on Frrdax Toppenrsh came out fourth 111 the league Prosser thlld Selah second and ELLENSBURG frrst 8 D1 Engel spoke on buslness m the post war world 10-End of srx weeks grade cards Congratulatlons to vou 47 who are on the honor roll Opportunrty classes are raprdly dlI'I11Il1Sh1Ug 12 Musrc department obl1ged us xxrth an evenmg of the mus1c of the Amerzcas at the Modern Concert 17 Paul Harrell IS runnmg for Countv Road Commrssloner 18 Natronal Assemblx A group of Yugoslavrans who showed us how people rn the old country Jrtterbug and smg 27 The Semors outdld themselves ln plannmg and presentrng the Sen1or Ball The theme of Holland was cleverly carrred through 3 Sophomore and Junror grrls honored the Sen1or grrls at the annual Sen1or Grrls Ea 16-The Tr1ple E grrls d1d lt agarn What? Why the annual Spflllg Tolo 17 We re proud of the showmg our students made at the Musxc Contest 1D Yakrma 25 Don xour glad rags and strut your stuff Easter IS upon us We can have cokes agaln Lent IS over 30-Those Semors are Just too good as was shown bx the annual Sen1or Class plax 7 Mothers of E H S students are honored at the annual Mothers Day Tea pre sented bv the Grrls League 14 Our musrc department shone th1S year In conclusron thex presented a scm trllatmg spr mg concert Our hats are off to MISS Knox for the excellent work she has done 30-Baccalaureate The end rs almost here 1 Semors perform la.st servrces for school 1n Class Dax Exercrses 2 Weepmg Senlors roam the halls of E H S for th1s IS then day of GRADUATION 61 A , . , A Ax A I1 I' I IIIFIFCFIIISF WTI? I I f . I - I I I I I 4 5 1 A ,A Q H -I ,A H: R .. . ' - - ""f-v ' . ' '1 ,,'w 4 . . .A . - ' , ' I. . mm f f ' r A 'A . r- I I ' . , - 4.1 .X , - In A- A . -A ' . 4 . - t . - A- . 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