Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1944

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I 1 v'f.-vfvww ffv viy-- .-Y... . T ,, i i . .JL , Elf' -v X? IT TA- QTY,-' rrvhutvv KL HI Published By The Associated Students Of Ellensburg High School Ellensburg, Washington 1944 Ella Mae Cross. Busmess Manager LaVerne Oneal . . . Editor-In-Chief FCREWORD The dec1s1on of whether to contlnue our trad1t1on of ed1t1ng a K1ah1am th1S year or to refraln from prmtmg a year book was a hard one to make Cur ta11ed paper photography and cover supp11es 1n add1t1on to the manpower shortage 1n the pr1nt1ng and engravmg bus1ness hlgher PTICCS and a slash 1n our budget presented d1ff1C111t1GS hard to cope w1th However It was dec1ded that the trad1t1on of havmg a record of our year s act1v1t1es was to be ma1nta1ned The s1ze of the book has been cut th1s year 1n ac cordance w1th 0 P A regu1at1ons and 1ncreased expense of supp11es and labor The staffs have at tempted to plan th1S ed1t1on 1n such a way that all pOSS1b18 features w111 be represented as best they can under ex1st1ng cond1t1ons 1 s v 1 ' 1 . , . . . DEDIC TIO Twenty two of the boys who were fo1mer1y students 1n our school have been called from our classrooms to the colors of our country War has made lt necessary for them to change the1r educatwnal efforts from the llberal span of sub1ects 1n school to spec1al1zed m1l1tary tra1n1ng Books have been exchanged for guns athletlc classes for Sp8C1EL11Z6d. cal1sthen1cs the casual att1re of cords and sweaters for tr1m umforms To those boys Vw ho have made th1S acr1f1ce and who w1ll make spectfully ded1cate the 1944 Klah1am These boys 1nclude Dlck Watts B111 Sm1t Wallace D1llon La Verne Waters Ben Farrell Joe Wong Kerm1t Hall D1ck Hauser V1HCGHt Jollo Tack Norlmg B111 Uebelacker Stanley May Gene Westenberg Ardell Marshall Ray Roberts and Bob Henry who entered the var1ous branches of serv1ce and B111 Prater Stanton Smart Ben Alder Ralph Pope Floyd Mmor and Gerald Hunt who are engaged 1n agr1culture , , "9 , . S . . . even greater sacrifices on the field of battle, we re- . . , . . , . Q , 1 1 , . , , e . , 1 1 'A .1 ! 7 7 1 .W . . a , 7 7 .7 . CONTENTS E ' ' ...- viii ffl fl Y '?9g"v- 5'-'Ile ' ' mx 4 W E X .A AND . xx BRIAMA PERSONNEL Our h1gh school l1fe IS not as carefree 1n thls war year of 1943 1944 as It was 1n the year 1939 when students looked ahead to some c1v1l1an occupat1on Now the boys 1n E H S look forward only to the1r m1l1tary l1fe and the g1r1s look ahead to Jobs 1n whlch they can best serve our country Increas1ng enroll ment 1n the more techmcal courses such as SOl1d hortage of teachers and the governmental requlre ments for classes manv of the faculty members have had to take on unaccustomed tasks The delayed open1ng of school due to the need for student labor 1n the corn harvest and the resultmg curta1l ment of vacatlons were perhaps the most d1ff1cult problems wlth whlch our personnel had to cope for they rea11zed that golng to school contlnuously for such a long per1od of t1me would be far from easy However 1f 1n these ways they can somehow a1d the war effort the faculty and students of Ellensburg Hlgh School w1ll gladly do so' geometry and physics is noticeable. To offset the 2 C1 ASK. O? G02 P' f.: SCHOOL BO RD ENT SUYERYNTBHD PRINCIPAL X XX I Jr' Y vi 9, 1 LM!" 4? Cler lr QR 7 77' u 5 My A GFS' if Ni SCHOOL V' jffl. 7 'f-mf' FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION The most 1n1po1tant thmg a teachel can do IH these tlmes 15 to 101111111 on the job and glve lt h1S best efforts states Supermtendent G L Putnam We students too have leallzed that th1s IS an lmportant factol Falthfulness shown bv the I'l10lIlbPlS of the faculty has meant '1 gleat deal to us Thev hate ISITl"lll'16d on thc Job "lCC'6Dtlllg '1dd1t1onal 1espons1b1l1t1es and extla work cheelfully not fo1sak1ng then te'1ch1ng Jobs f01 occupatlons w1th greatel renumeratlon Du11ng th1.s school year nlne new names have been added to thc faculty Thev ut MISS Hopkms MISS Blossey M135 Pechanec MISS Besrd M1ss Relmall MIS MOICIIIOISL Ml HGDIV Mr Pond and Mr WSISS The 111embe1s of the school boald Mxs C011 Mllls MI Pa1ke1 Loxxc M1 Eu cnc F'111ell Ml Glenn Stewalt and Mr Sam Dumbolton have also gnen then tune 'md expeuence to 1nsu1e the welfale of ou1 students and school DMINISTRATIO D FACULTY Jft ' 7 nn 3 . nl, . " b -o Q. " i MAH lcr 'Y fl I , - . .nu . .A - Glaydes Baker I-I.. It, .X.. l'.. AI. .X. Mildred Blossey-ling, :mil S--in Si-i.. XX'. S. ii. Gay Burgeson-Illlsiii-ws, Nurih Ilzilsf-l:1S1:xIv imil. 1 I' X I.. .X.. XX. 5. I .. M. .X. Mike Burke-l":u'm Slum, XY. S. V.. IZ. S. Ted Bowen-S1-inn-1-, XX'I1ilm:m l'uII1-pw, II. S.. XX'. S. l'., XI. 5. Ivy GFOVEI'-l,IlrI"ll'X' 1'ivm'wi'iIi-Il'1IIl1--"Ii Il X Virgil E. Hopkins-XX'llilm:l1I Vulll-gli-, ll. .X.. I'. iif XX':usl1.. BI. ,X. Marion Klobucher- Iimzlislm, .Iwm'n:1lism. XXl1x1m:1ll l'1vllv"'v l' X Paul Nelson-AI:liI14-mulii-S, Wulf-Imiiig, XX'. S. 4' I' X .. 1... Lucille E. Reiman-Ilivmv IC:-mimmiivs, XX'. S. V., IZ. .X. Jeannette Twynmn-Xlzlllii-iuiaxli-Aw. I'. I-I' XX':Isll.. ll, Y Ethel Hardie-lfliglisll. XX'ill:lxm-Ili, lf. ll. .X., I . nl I lm-:Agni Xl X J. Arthur J0hl'ISOf1-.X5.LI'I1'lIlIIll'I', XX'. S. V.. IZ, 5. ,wx,f.4,. f' L 4x2 ,I ,,i A 4 X Lt., Jeannette Beard-Siu I-I-I1 I-I., AIU. Slzlle- 'IH-zu-I1. I , uf AlII'lI,, M. .X. Alice Brown-I'mmm-ri-ixxl IZ. .X, Marie Elice Dunstan-.Xrt Marion Lord-Svlnml Nurs Anna Pechanec-Ilinlngy, AI. S. Katharine A. ROUQEFS-Sllllll I1 ' ' ' ' "1 In XI X 5. I .. I.. .X., l.nf XX. Jeannette Ware- Illumi- XX':ish.. IZ. S., lmlnmli M. H. Kibbe-Iniluslrizil Xiu 4 XX wx IZ. A. Lilian Mordhorst-I Iwvm- I ll. S. Harry Pond-Nlusiv. l'. il lim Florence W. Thompson-XI ll 1 ' I1 I' X I' XX' 4 I I X XX:1s ,. ,. . .. . Owen C. Wicks-Suwizll Nil! Imlultu XYLXSIUXRIII. II X I 11 XX I I1 AI. .X. .2 Il I XI Walter Henry-l'hysii':lI III XX N I I N SE IORS UN SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Qhic Iclxert president Walt Webster xice president Barbara Xlundx Ltretaix Wilbur Lowe treasurer 'Nliss Tssxman adxiser SENIOR CLASS ur Seniors. for their first two years 'ii in sc ool. were presided over 3' all boy officers. During, the sophomore year Carroll Richards. Bill Ilicks. Tom Gar- vey. Wilbur Lowe. and Frank .-Xtwood. with Class .-Xdviser kim Smith. directed this young and willing, group of students. E unior Li a .e,e officers were Chic Eckert. X 'at Webster. Dean Nicholson. and Marvin kacobs. aided by Claude Simpson. class d- viser. Ihis year they retained Chic lfclurt as president and Wialt xX'.-bmi as vice- prcsident, adding, Barbara Mundy as secretary and returnin, Wiilbur Lowe to the position he held as a sophomore--that of treasurer. ln the fie d of music thi: active c ass masts ' arilyn anson. -ent air. fviii larrac out, . .es ie ouser. farro Richards. and Shirlee Rissbnrgeer: vhile in sport: Ben .-Xlder. liuk ene Ivarnhart. Chic fc ert. Ted If is. Uic ' auser. ,im Kontos. Dean Nicholson. and -lack Norlin, were oiitstanding. The class sent many of its 'active students. including Wallace Di on. 'ermit lla l. "lc auser. 'incent no 1. ua" for ing. llen .-Xlder. Gene X 'esten- lwrg. len 'iarre , Ii rater, Stanton Smart. Ralph I ope. Iiloyd Nlinor. Gerald In unt. anc llill U4-belaclier to th' s-rvic ' of our country. OF N NETEE FORTY-FOUR Q.- , .x'gJ, bl "1 . 6 .", .. I n . 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Mllsin' lk-slivzll 2. .X Unp- Fisher, Shirley-Klzlhiauu l'lmlwurzlirl1y Slnfl' 2, Girls' pi-ll:i 2. II. l. Srumlgn-tts 2, ZZ, Girls' IA'1l,2llt' lvrzunai lmzxgliu- lvrzuuzi Ilivisimi 2. Il, I, .Iuniur llwl Vrnss 2, Il, Ivivisimm 2, Sl. l. .lr. Vzllalm-11 Sllir-l'il1l.Il'llI1lIl lfmul Pinus Jr. l':ux!e-vu SllIv-I'IlZIII'llHIll 4, 4':1m Vlul' l. mitlw- -4. 12 OF QNINETEE FORTY-FO R N f-5,81 . 1-. "" - Q " K-I I . ' ' fi Q. Y , , , . f ' 11. A ,Il Q vlfff 4 Wi X I ' 5 A In x A ' IIAXHIN XI IIYNX112 I., i12IQ'1 1: 11-IJ! 114. 1, 1111111111 1113131 1.1 11 -., ? ' M ' Ii I K. 5,1 -- s 9 III I! 'I 1- NI ' K' ' 1 -.1 I I .avi D.. -' R I . ' . all A I X' 11011111 IILIIILRIX IIINI 1. IIIXI X1 111 NN 141110 ILNIII KUNIOS, 1. Hanson, Marllyn-11111111 2, IZ, I, Girls' S1-x11'111f I, '1'ri11l1- '1'1'i11 2. 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Alusia- 11'1-s1iv:11 2. 11. A 1.2111- -11: 2. 51, Sl: '-1"- ' I. I-' 111112.12 I, 11 1 'z ': 1. . In 3 IIN-Y 3: ,:MIA,llIi1,II4-lm, .I-mf: I IU! SVIIWII l.I.lI,.IIIIIII I N Kontos. J1m-S1z1L:1- Ur'-xx' 2, I"1111111:1112l ,,I, I1I1l'2lll11l1'i11S 2. .. ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' I 1-'. 1-'. .X. 2. 32, S1111-li .I1111gi11g2 31, .X1111l1- .11111a:i11u 2. Hicks. Bill-1'1:1ss Yiri--1'1'1-s. 2. S111I1f'1l1 1.1-11111-rs' 1'1+11f1-r- 4'1l1'l' 2, I'I1I1l11Ill11 I. Ixl'llIl1S ... 4. 11l1l'll1111l1'1l15 2, Il. I. Y--11 If1ll,2'2, 11111111152 G11:11'11 2. IL, I, 1.111111 V11111 2, Klaif 111111.1lf 2. I. 11111111 1'I11iI111'i:11 Sizlff 31. ,I ., ,.,, 4. ., V. - N Kreidel, Sam-1I:1s1s1-t11:11l -, -I, 11.1411 -, 11-111115 I. 11111.1- Lowe, Wilbur-11111111 2. 21. II1'l'114'S11'2l 2.51. Mnsiv l-'1-s1ix'z11 2, Houger Leslie-111-1A111N1r-1 -1 " 1 1-,H-2' ,,u.n.U,t 4- 4 1'1:1ss S1-1'. 2. 'l'1'1-11s. -I. Ilaiskn-1111111 I, '1'1'1111is SZ. 12111111113 v . . .., -I, . - A. , - H- '- . I , . . 1 . .- 1'11-11-Us 2, ::, 1, A111511 1f11s111-111 2, ::, 1, .1 mpp.-1111 2. zz. ""-"" 1- 1" "4 ' - ' 121' 3- I. H1:1g111'1-1-xv -I, 1-31111111111 X11111:1p:1-r Il, I1l11'2l1Ill1l'i11S 2, " I' 'XII N IIIIIII II'II I' NIIIIII IIASF II'II I' Lull, D0FIS11'11lPl'1lS 2, A111s11- 1-11sl1x':11 2. 11lI1'il1l11ll'2l1S 2. Hultgren, Mildred-S11111r1gPtIs 2. .11111i11r 1,i11r:11'i:111s 21, I. Ifllllliillll I'1111l11g1--11111x' '14 ff ' ' G'1lx I1 1 111 17111111 llivisiwli 2. CZ, 4. Hunt, Melvin J.1I1l11'2l111l11'2l1N 2. F. I-'. .L 2. S1111-I4 .11111gi11u 2. .-Kpplv .I1lf1H'11lI.Z' 2, 1'mn1f1 .I1111g.1'i11g 2. Huss. Don-I-31111111111 2, fl, Il11l'1l111ll1'Il1S 2, Il, II, I-'. lf. A, 2. 1.111111 111111 I. Ix1:1111:1111 1421lil11riz1l Shift' 2. Girls' 1.11:1g111- . , 5.1 1.,3., 1'." - ': 1 Sm-1:11 Ilivisimi 2. S1-rx'i1-v Iiivisivm I. Mackness, Marjorie-I-2111111111 :1f Sv11i11r fl'1l11l 1,1-:141 111311 Svluml, 1.1-:111, South 1l:11u11:1. I'1llll'llS I, 51111111111-its 4, I':111-.11111-ri1-:111 I'11l1P II. .11111io1' 1,i111':11'i:111s 4. K1:1l1i:1111 I'114l14IL11'II1111j' Stuff -I, Girls' 1.v:1g:111- 1111111111 Ilivisifin 4. McC1ay, B111-I1l1l'll1ll11I'i11S 2, -I. 1-'. 1-'. A. 2. II. .Xll S1-111,111 l'l:1y I. 13 3 'N THE X. 3 Q 35 Y ,I Y 2 X A K Xl'111lil.'xXI'II1 11111114 NIL 1101 S1 1X OI SOX N1 XX XI l N M1111 IX' . . .H L q C 1 , 0 1 . . 1 - Q11 -' Al .1 f- - 'E' 1 1 4 .. . f . 1. 111 X411 111111111 !'11XUl4S 1114x1111 McDougall, HOW3Fd-11211141 2. 21, 111-1111--s11'11 2 .. 5111511- l"l'F11N2l1 2. l1111':1111111':1ls 2 Mellergaard, Lorene-'l'1'i-Y 1. 1'1-111151-l11r 1, Kl1111i41111 llusi- 1lt'NS S1:1ff 2, Girls' l.1-:1g:111- 1111111111 l1ix'isi1111 2. Il. 1. Miller, Morris-1':111-A111--1'i1'1111 1'l11l1 1, Slillllll l11-111'1-f-f11- l:11i1'1- 1, Mitchell, Floridel--Mllsiv lf:-s1i1':1I 2, l.:11i11 4.11111 IZ, 1'lI1lll- 5--lm' 1. Iflillllillll l'l111111g1-g11111y Stuff 1, X.-WS1-11,1 1. 4.21111 P11111 1, Mundy, Barb-12111111 2, 31. -1, 1111-111-s11':1 2, 21, -1, Vlzlss Swv. 1. 'l'1'iAY ZZ. 4, 'l'1'i11l1- 1'I 2. 31, 1, 1'111111s1-1111- 11, 11. X1-N'St':1S1 11. Illrls' l.1-:11g111- 811111411 lri1'is11111 -1. S1-1'x'i1-v llivisifm .. .Xtl1I1-1i1- 1'l11l1 2. I'1-11 12111111 11. 1. Mundy, Eva Lois-1'l1111'11s 12. l.:11i11 P11111 2, J11111111' I,i111'411'A i'111w 1 Nicholson. Dean-1'l.1ss S111-. 22, 1911111111111 1, l1:1s1w111q1ll 2, tt. 1, 'l'1-111115 2, ZZ, 1, I1111':1111111':1Is 2, 21, 4, 111-Y 11. 11, Nurs- 1-:1s1 1, Y. Y. 1, .X. .-X. 11, 1, S1:111- 'l'41111'11:11111-111 1. Nunnally, Donna-411'-1111 511-11 2, 31, 1'l1111'11s IZ, 14111111 4'I1111 11. Jllllllvl' l,1l11':11'1:111s 1, 1.1115 I.1-:1g111- N-1'1'1vv l1111s11111 1, .X111l1-1i-- 4'1u11 2. Olson. Emil-1-11111-1'1-11 us .l1111i111' 14117111 l'111'1l:111f1, 1111-151111, 1'l1111'11s 1, .X 43111114-11:1 1. 1911111111111 1. '1'l'i1l'k 12. l1111':1- 111111':1ls J. 1, All S11111.11l l'l:15' 1. S1'111111' 1'l:1sf l'l11j' 1. 14 I ' x , - '- 5? V g 1 I SE IOR CLASS 1' if 1111111111 X11 X115 lf R 11161 1 15, X1411x1 A .' .1 M , l1XX'xl1.l R lil- 1lX1i11S 1419111 1411114 Onenl, LaVe1'ne-11111111 2, 11, 1, Slllflvlll 1,1-11111-rs'1'1111fv1'1-111-1 2. '1'1'iAY 1. 'I'1'i11l-- l-I 2, Il. 1, Offim-1' 1, 1'a11111sul111' 2, Il 1'1'1-s, 1, .l1111i111- I,i111'z11'i:111s ZZ, 1, lflilhlillll l-Irli1111'i:1l 111111 1'lll11l1L1I'11I111Y bluff 2. 31, 11, N1-xvsm-nxt 4, 1'1'1lIl'2ll 1'c111111'il 1 111' Ilirls' l.11:1g111- 27, 1. 1'1-11 11211111 L, li, 1. Orser, Maxine-11111111 1'l1111 22, 1'illl-.'xlllt'l'l1'2ill l'l11l1 1. llirls I.1-:1g111- l11':11.11:1 l1iviw11111 1. All S1-1111111 l'1:1y 1. Passmore, Bob-l"11111l1:1llI2. 1, l1111':1111111':1ls 2, 21, 1, Ili-Y 1 1.1-11111 .X11:11rl 1. 11111111-111.11111-11 2, .,, 1, Peach. Nlary Lou-1'11111'11r 1. Powers, Alma-1'11111'11s 1, l'11i111 1'l1l11 2. JZ, 1, I1111-11111111-1115 1 2, 11. 1. l,:11i11 P11111 Z., .l1111i111' 1,il11':11'i1111s 4, 1'11u11s1-l111' -1 1l11'ls' l,1-11,u111- A1111--liv 1'l1111 2, ZZ, -1, ll1-f1-11s1- 311111111 111-111-1-s+1111z11ix'v 1. Powell, Gerald-1421111-1'1-11 115 :1 Sl'1Il1ll' f1'11111 411111111111 lligh S1-l11111l, l':11114l1111. .xl'1i21llS1lS. lluys' l'l1111 11ffi11f11' V1, 111- 11'z11111111:1ls 1. Prater, Bill-11111111 2, II, 'l'11111-li 2, 51, 11l1l'i1l1111l'1l1S 2, 31, 1'--11 11111111 Zi, 1. Ranniger, Dan-11111':1111111'z1ls 1, lj11ll1l111,1'1111:11'112, il. 1, Klu- l1iz1111 1'l111111g1':111l1y S1:11'1' 2. All 8111111111 l'l:1y 32, 1. S1-111111 l'1z1ss l'1:1y 1, Al411'11i1114 .X11111111111-11111-1111s -1. Richards, Carroll D.-111-14111-511-11 2, IZ, Alusiv 191-s1ix':1l 2 1 . V- - -1 1 1 . .1 - - ., . , . Vluss 1145. 2. I4'lI11I5.1, 1.11l14111,,1l.11:11112.,., -1, Ixlillllillll l1I111l411'1:1l S1:111'Jl, li. 11, 11 l'l1111 2. 32. S1-1111111 1lt'Y11l' 2. Rissberger, Shirlee-'l'1'i11lv 'I'1-111 2, IZ. P11111-11s 2, CI, 4. 3111514 l-'1-s1ix':1l 2, JI. .X 12111111-11:1 2, 23, 1. S11111111.1'e-tts 2. 'l'1'i11l1 I-I 2. ZZ. 11. Kl:111i:1111 l'l1f11111:1':111l1y Stuff 2. ZZ. Girls I1-'1-'1111 111-'1111-1 l1i1'iQi1111" " 1 I' 17 4' 1'11l1P', " 1 . .2 . . . ... 41. , 1. . . .,, .1. 11-1 OF NINETEE FORTY-FOUR '- Di . 'iv' fxmiii sxi ii is-U 4 . ? 2 53+ z Q. lirNl ll-lill Xlkl R Yll lfkl W XI'-il . . . Nll XNNOX NIll.l I' l K , 4 'll . If , . 'T' . , . 51 ""! iff A A. Dx Q 3541 lllXNlli llflxgllllll IlRNlll llwlll? Sandnes. Betty-Girl! 1.4-:igin ln limi lvixifiuii l, li lillllvv-II 1 l1:i1rln:11i ul ixllvlllllllllllllllllu-1' l Schell, Margaret-'l'ri1nlv 'l'rii. 2. IZ, 1'l1nI'llS 2, ZZ, Mimi., ' 1 ., ., -. ., D , . 4. ' inlwiil l.v:irlv1's' ' Ilmll ,,, .X I.ippill.i -, .., N11 l"n 4 wifi-iv will-ii 2. 'l'ri-Y 2. Il. l, l':xii-.Ximiii-:iii Vluli .liimwi i.liiI'lll'l2lIl5 II. Vuiilis--lui' l, Xll Svllwvl I'l:i5' I. Schmitz, Leo-llzuiml 2, Il, Mnisii- I-'Q-stivail 2. SI, Sim l.n-:ull-rs' 1'mif4i'a-114-v ". 'l'e-li In la-iil IIN l, iIllI'IlllIlll"liN " l':11i-.hm-1'i-'xiiiVlliliil, li, ll l' lluli " " Schnebly, Gertrude-Vliurlxs 32, il l.:iIiii llnlv l. lxl.il1i:im llusiin-ss Stuff' -l, Girls' l.1-znpqiiv Sm-': lvrilmn llivisiun 22. l. Schuller, Jeanne Marie-l'fiii1tI'l1il,5l, I l.:1liiil'l1ili .Xiiim-ii-qm Ululi 52, .luiimr l.iln.i1x lPr:llii:r llivisiuii l, .XIllli'l14'1'llllv Q ' Illli y " Virl Snell. Tom-'l'r4u-lc 2. 31, liiirzimui'-il J Il, l. lf. I l iIiii4'l1ilr' Stone. Anna-llii-ls' I.:-:iguv S-.iiil Im: inn llixisif-ii 13. Xli'l4Il'Y4'lIl'1lSfi. Q Treggedder, Norma-i'li.,i-iis II. mill. l.4'Il2ll lrivi im: " I ill llixl iwii l. ' l.ii1- I. lull-- .X, 22. l Nl IX ll'l' Nl I X ll'n- -uv f ff' xviiiii xixx win sm Turner, Sarah Jane-Vlwrus 2. Blush- l-'vstivul 2. .X Uzup- N ' l ilm 1 lull ' lunmi liln uiin pfllzn 2. lnli':imul':il" ' ..., .. -,. . . . 5 l, liirls' I.:-:igi1vSm'iznl Ilivisiun 21. Sn-rx'i1'v liivisii-ii TZ. l Tusler, Beverly-'IH-niiis II. 1. Girls' lmzlgiu- ,-Xllllvliv t'lul 31. 1, X'ivim'5' mmi-ps 32, Vietzke, Peg-l'lmrus 1. Smmlgn-its 12. Siufli-lil l.i-:ulvrs Vmifei-ilu " l :tin Vluli 2. II. iflilhlillll l'l11mig1':iplxp Q, Girls' lmzigm- SU.-i:il irix'isii.n 3: S4-l'Yl1'4' lPlYlSi4rll l, .XIlllu'Ii1'K'lllli 2. Stuff 3. N1-ws:-:ist Watson, JO8iillIl'Illlllll'lllN Lf, Il, 1, lllilldug iluziril 2. IZ. 1, .Xll Si-lu-ul l'l:iy 4, S1-iniur Vlnss l'l:1y 1. Webster, Walt-Vluss Yiw--l'rw. Il, 4. Nuys' Vlul- Uffif-1-r ... lwmtlfzil! J, l.:isln-lluill J. lrzu-li J. lnlrzimurzilf 2, I1,l.lli-YII,1i.l. Whiteman. Frances-Smmlg-ills 2, Girls' l.i-ugiiv uffi.-1-r 52. 'l'ri-Y 2. Zi. l'ri-s. 4, Tripli- I-I 2, Il. 4, 1'i-iirisi-l..r 4, Girls' l.i-:xg.:i14- Sviwii-v lrivisiuii SI, llrzimzi lfixisiun 2. 4, l'l'llll'Ili Vmiii-'il 1-1' Girl! I.+-:ig.gi1l- 32, .lunirw ll'-il U1-Usw Vwliin-il Zi. Wyatt, June-llzuul -4. Uh--rns il. Sninulgi-iis 12, 11. lmini Vluli Il, I, llrum Alai-im-4-ilv Il, 4. 'l'ripl.- l-I 2. 31, 4. l.:niin 4'liil-!,.l1iiiiv1r l,ilvr:iri:mx I. Vfiiiiisvl-1i'IZ, l. 15 XIX Xll THE J IOR CLASS K if 5-V Q Y C 5 E95 ir-3' "" "" JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Leo Hake president Bxll Ross vlce president anet Nelson secretary lVl Bowen class aclvlser Wlnxfred Wllllams treasurer 'Nr .r A A ,Q " 4 , 54' -M. ,L X .-5, L. ' 4 :D . v f -ff 1:-, S- Il cg l c V Q ,1 ' '31 ,. r 1' 1 Q1 W - -91 fr H Q K f A 1 , , 1 X , H' 6 48: - . ,, ,RV Q3 Q R ss' . ' - , if M ' -Wx ' .-f 3' I ev , W Q-'f' 1- , . '31 5 -1' V I-P, -+ ' fi? f 1 ' ' V" 1 af 'Q,, , Q R K ' . S , Q 1-,Q A 3 ' '4 . 4 ' ,, l l gl Ml LV - 1 - ,.-Hx - '.-Hx - , , .X W ,4-" ,, 1 f VV! .Q-1 V A C xx ix 3. 51 aw. 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SOPHOMORE CLASS In I In I ln HXII 4 Il I N ll Ir I r I 4 I H+ Nl IIN Il I I fl 1 ll l 1 X I 1 I I I 18 HN I I I NU 5, xx' x llt ll4 In N NN N H rum 'xl N N ll4 N NNI lllk UN 4 Q Nl ll I I l IN IX Xl lll U llzumlll XY:le-5. lun-sillvllli lizly XX':lls. x'im'v1rl'I-si- llvm: Mary Ii -ll.-h-rr, A 5-1 l'x'lill'Xl Mr. Ne-lmm. -'laws :ulxiswlx , vm -lr ' ' , Nj.. fr, Y, ,VI .A A I. xl' I: 'IX-1l Ilwxxs-ll, lion .I l'L1'I'llFUll, .lamn-s Vummings, ll 'Ili 5I'Ii- Iwusy, l,Iwyfl.l1lm,' n, l'u.'.'-ll .xllllI4h', Mlltnn llill linnnign-V, llnln-rt I.:-mils!--r, XY:Illvr l'4 lly. llivh: 'l:x, X':u1a-nl llzlll, Vzlrul IV: l l '. l"llrI't'll1'I' Nlillvr, W 3: M Iiurr-ss. I-Ilsiv l:2ll'l"'ll, Sh"l--y lluslly, Blnrizlu .Kun-, Imrf lhy l'u.'itzllw. Alznn-illv .Inq I-x. Il- ' T: M:u'g:u'1-I ll:1:l11u:.'e-n, .le-:ln xvlljlrll. 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Phyllis Sll'l'lIl1lll, Ile-ll-11 M -lnruualll, ll ' fli AI 'lvin .ll-rp.:-n.' rn, XY: 'rf-n Mill -r, IH n l"lIlll'l', .lill lil-m-vu 4l2ll'!'l'll. lmril l.:nm-I-, XI':ml:1 Mwlii--rnam. 1':ll'1'A'. l"'ll 'fill'-'Iliff -l1ll'li Ilillfllifz Fr- "rim Iirlu I, CLASS OF F ORTY-SIX CQ' 1 1 N OO OO so JU -1- TOP PICTURE X 1X 1 1 1 NI1111 1 11x 11 11 X1 lllll 1x 1 IN .M , 11 N 1 X1 111 1111 N1111 M1111 It 1111 ll 1 11 1111111 , . 1. 1 1111 IL NIS N 11111111 N 1111 111111 1 1 1X " , P. lx 1IkllXQN , nl 1, N N11 111111 1 1 I 1111 11 'I 11' N "ll 1 its lrst 1111111111: 1111 S11 111111111 s 111111111 H11r11 1 1 111 DIPNIIIAI 11:11 H 1tts 1 Il 1 lllk N1111- 1 N1.1r1 11191111 181 111 1911111 tr1 uurir .1111 1 N1J1x1111 .1111 INPI' IJ1111 I 9156121 ke-1 11 IN 1 h11x1-11 11 111ph1111111r1 F91 Nl Q4 11 N 1111! 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Ii. - N SKY! -' Ray 'Vz1lI.', 1111 5 l- f 1'i11 .l111'g'1-11s1111. 1.1111 E . 1 ' .' . " - 1 - A ' .' 1, J- 1" .- ,z 1 Ula -111 '111 - 1111 ' t11 1111- f - 1 ll1l." ' - 1 1-111. '-H J 5 .- . I 'O Q 1 5- ' 1? ur J 1' ' N: 1,11y11 1-11' -ns, l'z11'11l S -h1-ll, Ri -11: 1'1 I ' -1 '11 I 11l.- ,I11111 -- 1 - 1 , 1l111' 1: 11111111111 l'l:111, 1!1'111-1- 1,-3111-, 1.y11- 11I1'z111s, .la 111- i Y 1'11Il11'. 1,111.' 1'1':111:, 12:11'11:11':1 .' '11S. ' '53 5' .' " 1 '- 1 - ' ' .'. 1111111111 XV:11-s, 1 .' ': 1-51911 .1 k .' '1l1'-11, 1 1511- 555 1, ig l:.-pg, 1:l111'i11 1'1111s, .11i-- M1-A'-1'. N1' 1111 .-11: 1 131111-111111, 1:1'111l1'l1 41l'll1'1111', .1111 .111111-'.-1111. It 31: .1111 1:1 1.1-111ly, .11-:111 N1-1.1 111, 111-1'1-rly .'l1-1'z11'l, . 1 I-Is1111-1' .l111111. 121-111' 1'11111-1', A1:11'11:1 l':11'11-1', 111-1-11 111-11111- 1,.,,l,. 1:1111 l: Mary B1:11's11:11l, lD111'11111y S1-111111, Be1'111'1y May, 11111'11111y lt: 1111, .1 j C 1.1-,', A11-1 z: . 1: 11 1:1-1-11111 1.- . .11 -I1 15 1-1 111111111 11111111- A1111-11111 1'111.'1111, f1l'lll' M1 '1l- -l1lI11'l1'1' - 1- 1: 11' 2: Xl1l1'11!'1l 1'111-t1-V. .1111 1':11'11115'. i-k .I1'.'z . " .'11 A I-I ' -1 s, 11-111 XYi111:1 , 1' ' 1:11'!. 111 11' 3: .11-111111i111- S11-1'111:111, S:1.'1- 121111-.'. 'l'f'l"l"'N 1 ' ks- I Q I ' l'1l5'IliS l"1l1"l'1'l'. l'f'1"'U15' -'PH ' - - h '1 l"' ' - 1' 'itz Snllj S- - j, 1-211111121 U11 ' , 1 'i111f 1'11",', .' i1'11-5' N1:1":11'1-l V'l.'1Hl. l'I1'l'f, .111- Hzln' 1 , 1 11-Q. 11111' fi: HIi1'1- Blll' W -.-1, 1'11:11'11-1111 1.:1111l11'1-51' Hvili' ur wx' 11 . . . -- , l .- 111 - - 1. 11-111'0'1' '1'111l5't'1', .1111-11 11":111-13 111-1' -' X 191. ' IQ- -A 1 Q M 1 V' ' ' ' '- ' 1 - '. -N , 1 h , . . 11111 T: All 1 1"1-1'g11.'111. 111-111-1'11 I-':11l.'l, . .ry 'J -11'1', ' 'rl ' ' , Q t M I I.iI:1 .11-1111 'l'1111l111.' 11, M: 'g:11'1-1 111.141, Jill f llllt- l'- . ' , 'QV' l ', af ' K 1 ' .1111111':11":1f. ' ' ' A ' ' ' ' ' " ACTI ITIES Our school 3CtlV1tl8S this year were organized fo1 local and national service The clubs and organi zat1ons of E H S concentrated IT13.1111y on Red Cross work but 111 add1t1on aided by promoting scrap dl1VGS and salvage efforts The var1ous d1v1s1ons of Girls Club have spent ma11y hours carrying on these b nding novels and making Joke books are a few of tl1e numerous services rendered The Pan American Club through its monthly meetings has made ltS members 1 are ofthe importance of South American relations Social activity was enjoyed by the clubs but the school officers and students realized that STVICC must come f1rst . , . Red Cross activities. Sewing afghans, collecting and i . I , . . 7 7 C ' Q ' , . , s 1 ' ' . V s gs 1' U 0 'b 49495 X Ovlcdxce 0 Ko Q 96 X QQ N x .Q k X ?, -- -x -X pqb 01, x X X6 x If ,S 0 L ng Liora' X Q xoxo x 1 Q4 QA xv N A4 Gwvnvmx Xap oc N V av ' x 'Q g C" 7" X 1 ' ' ' '-v- . 6 .9-5. GQ-f 5 cvs Yr .A+,Q!b 1 , N 1 9 t .. i K I N 0 4,1 If lb Q X ' Jxxbtb ,oo X' 'L . 5 V A Z 411- K AQ 09 N0 OX '- .. . A , M -AX A S B OFFICERS It Nm 1 ,. I Ins ent IM xu mt Xlfmn Nr-I It I UW In nun: 41 vllnlllmt Il ll Krlxlvl Purpose m Ulf., up X ACITIVITIES ef 4 m 0 5: IN Nm N N , x I s Ull l 1 lIlll'Nll rlllldlll N I L N NIU Illlllll X ll Q IN X Y ll C ' 'W GIRLS CLUB Boys CLUB QFFICERS GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS rt ide nt k ' 'N lroslf- Niall NQIFIFIFY ll I ' ' will thurm . mn H ' Mlustr tn 'LJ I N 'lt Purpose 4 1 xlsa xx x r purptm of lows I 4 tm PUFPOSC 1 rwus uppnrtlnntws uf xshuh thu ll K mtagc tu prnnwts 1 health program mtl tu px uh UI I ' ' X f- " X t I x I 4 tv lfktsfl t 2 1 x 4, E 1 x I .lf ,, X 4 I xg N I .O - N N , 5 ' ' J-1 x- . . . Q . F,- l'l'r-sl l'Ill .luvk ,' 'l n-' ' ' vm- - -.-m- ., ., -wg. - .I -1 . -' "'2 ,' Maxi - l-'v' 'liq " -2 .' -' ., . 4'I1:u'lnttt- I-I ' -I 5. f. , SI '- lla-pre-s'-1 1 iw- lmn l'f-ln-Im-ke-r . " Mr. Ilrt- Yll .. : . I I I l "'l'h'.' ns: 'iutifvn shall Q-Xi.'t for the- 1'4lllll'4ll nf ftnt- I II ' 'IN hall, Ivuskr-tlull, trzu-k, tc-unix, judgzimz, III-butt-, cl:-t-lzunav W- I LUR f ti . I-rat sry, dr' ' h- srl I 1 sl, :mul IIIII' onthe-r int:-rt-st nr zu-tivity that t-om-I-rms tht- su l-nl , lt lj aw :I YI wh-." ' I A , . -Q , 40913 -' 3- ,J , , ' 4 v H' - Q -X ' , . I'--5' - , . I vm., pq- -,rg l'rf-sill -nt . Xl: . im- I-'--V+-ulin Vim- ' -."I-nt . ..,.. .,,, , ., , ,, , Ilwn .' 'lAlllI Yip" l""'5i'l""' - -l"illl l:"t'llIll .1 I I I I I IIIII IIIII I p,.l,m,,- pg 55.1 Sn- 'l't'l1ll'j' , , Alilfj' In u Ifittt-1'--1' S1 'z ' 1' :ln . , ,. ..,.. ,, ll -ralel l' '-ll 'l""'?lSI "'Y' - V I . lirlim- .-XII ln-rs'-n I I II I II II IIIII II I I MFI HV X-H Sv"-:luis-:ut-.Krnf lla-tty Sh- tm ll--vu I-'r-nk. l'ztt Vwlu -ll .Ml -1' , . , .. , ,, , Mig' lilo. sl-y "Th - ' .' - I Vluh is tn inf: rm th - m- In,-rs If va ' .- ' ' .' ' " I :ij taks- ad- I I I W I .I 1, . I 1 -,,f, , f 1 "'l'ht- lnrlum- of th' I-.ll--n,'hur1,1 SI-nun' II1--h S4-h nl HIII' oth -r gn-tivitif-14 in whi -h the hnvg nr- I-spffvially in- Girls' I,e-:luuv is In 4'l't'2lll', maintain, :tml 1-xt.,-ml irl -:els I-f . fri -nwlsl ip. sm-izxl st-rvim-, Iujulty, :curl putri tisml tu Hs! 1-11a.'sl1lv4ie-I-tswvfinte-r-st :mtl h -I 1 nlna-ss t41"'irls1 ln in.-till in th- hw-nrt of :-:u'I1I1lu- u Vllllfllllll 411-firv In :zulu :tml pu.-p :alt-mg tht- In-.-t things in lif 2 N FOR SCHOOL SERVI TRIPLE E JUNIOR LIBRARIANS 'COUNSELORS ,Iv-.en I.1-Q-lim, l'r':um--is Xklnlw-mam, M:iru:ir--I Al:-Qin-1-11 4'lru'lwIl.A l'Il1y,g4-l, AiJlI'L1ZIl's'I S1-lin-Il, I,m'n-ln- All-ll--rgaixlrul, -Ulllllllvliv I'4m'4-rs, l'le-0.11-zlli I"I'1lj', I':l'lllll' .Xmle-rsmi. l':iI l'4iIXKl'II, llwivvlllx' H111-nl, Mrs. Iiruwll. l'luri1lfl Milvln-ll, l!:u'll:li':i Alunily, lvfvlmzi N1-lsfm, ll:-115 lmu llusliy. XI2ll'22ll'0'I llulrlu-ll. XX'iI1ify'n-fl XVilIi:il1is, Jlllll' XYy':iIt. XYillii:i llmxvrs, llm-lvn lfrfmlx. 4':u'im-n IR-in-+A, Sliirl.-5' lh-wk, I,1lvl'l'llt' Umuil, Mary Imu l"ilti-nw. BULLDOG GUARDS Xvlllllll' lmwv, llsul IiilllllI5.lQ'l', Mr. IZ4-ww-11, lh-n-- llzunmwvmn, XV'-sl.-V l'--su-li, .luv NY:iIsun. 1':u'rull liivlizirnls, th-up lhirsmls, l':lul l'1-If-rs, limb I-Iymzun. lfraiuli Alwnml. llmvzuwl livzms, Hill llivks. lh-nv Svlmllf-r. l,yl4- I-Evans, llnln-rt .Xmlm-rsfm, llill lizmnigw-r. PROJECTION CREW Alzurxiu fhnlswlizill, .lim llilisnn. .Il-lm Allan. 'Firm Vox. lluv llvvl--'1'Is. Mr. I'llIlIJllll, COUNSELORS 'l'lli-rv uirlf, wlms--n for Ilia-ir lrznils ufln-l's1rll:iilIX. s-'rxif-1+ I:- ilu- si-lnml, :mil si-linl:n'sl1ip. nn- iwslmiisilvla- fm' takin: vliairum- nf the- ni-xx' girls than mmm- lu mir si-lmnl. lh-siflvs inlrmlm-im: llivm in ilu- le-:u-ln-rs :mal xturli-nts. vuiinsi-liars si-ei that svluml zivtiviiin-s ln-4-mnw fumilim' In Ilnfm, Hffia-4-rs IIIVIIIIIPI l'4-rmaiuvut l'l1:iir- umm, l,nYf-l'm- lim-ul: :mil .Xmivisa-i', Mrs. liruwn. BULLDOG GUARDS l'l1lle-1' Ilu- vnpzilmlf- 1lil'4-1-limi nf XIV. 'l'n-ml lh-wi-li. ixilll llill llii-ks als f'IIllI2lIll, llmx':u'fl livzins :ls l-'irsl l.ii-ul:-mint. :mil lhll. Hymzxn :ns Sn-1-mul l,ivuln-nzunl. lln- llullrlug iiuurils iiiaiinluimfnl tha-ii' Irzulilinn :is il svlimil svrxiw- nrgamizzilimx. 'l'lwy li:1x'-- vlmrui- uf HlI9ll'tiIll2 lin- ilmirs :incl talking Iii-kv-ts :il :all si-luwl IQIIIIVIIUIIN, but thi-ir p:u'tic-ulzu' duly is In :lSSiSI :nt fmmllnill :mil lmslu-Ilvzlll HIIIIIVN, Si-va-1':1l UIIISIIIIIIIIIILZ sm-inl mu-:nts in-iw vn- ,illywl Ivy llu- mm-mln-rs lllrullpzllnill Illnf yi-:ll'. PROJECTION CREW This in-guiiizzilivni luke-s ilu- part nf zu rv-zgulaiv' 1-lass :mil Ili-A fliiiivs 4-f its niviuln-i'ff .funsist nl' slwwiiiu films fur Iln- I1-:wlifi-s uhm in-qiwsl suvh si-rx'i4-vs. lim-li lmy must Ilifwnllglmly' llll1I1'l'- stzmrl llu- wawlcings nf ilu- nwvii- pimlin-vlivi' :mal ln- 1-1-spfmsilvlv fm' its 1-:irv :mfl us:-. Mr, Vlllllillll is nrlvis--r fm' ilu- ggrnnp. SCHCLAS TIC '1T5"'29 KQV xffcrf rf- W ,ff , NEWSCASTERS A Ii PAN-AMi-LRICAN A NEWSCASTERS lVilma liowr-rs. l!+-tty liyas, l'at Volwell, ile-uri:-Ita in-aton, Ile-tty lmu Httles, Howard Evans, llill Graaf, Marie llansi-n, Vollmfii .lump, lflorirlel Mitvhe-ll. ltarli Mundy, ll'-an Nivholson, lia- . Verne Hn:-al, l ef: Vic-tzltv. CAMCLUB tif-orge Kontos, Don Fohain, Lee Torzerson, ,Im-k Noi-lin::'. lloy Flowers, Kirk German, Chit' l-Ivkert. Don Gillespie, Ili:-k Fisrher. .Ioan Boehm. l-'rant-es XVhite-man, Ruth Poole, Lois Jensen, Shirley Fisvher. ifloridel Mitehell, Pat Martin, Gloria Tlerrif-k, Phyllis lioxvland, Lexie Sparks, Dorothy Ont-al, Marjorie Smith. Kay Frank, Margaret Hulihell, Ht-len Mvflranahan, Given Pirele. .ianet Swanson, Betty Sandnes, l.aVvrne One-al. f'armen l'enc-e, Margaret Rivhardson, Mildred Hultgri-n, Polly VW-lls, Ruth Harris, Marjorie- Mar-kness. NEWSCASTERS The Newseasters, headed hy Miss Klohucher, are members ot' the journalism c-lass whose duty it is to write, edit and present thi- weekly broadcasts over the puhlie address system. Besides this weekly activity of reportinx.: the st-hool news, the students WPFP l'f'Shonsihle for sur-h class projects as book reports, original themes, study of headline writing, detection of propaganda. f1flV"FYiSiT12 ter-hnique, and the general study of si-lf-expression in writinfr. CAMCLUB Vamvluii is organized for the benefit of those who arf- inter- ested in photography, and the members take, develop, and mount Ihr-ir own pit-tures. Besides their regular projects and instruv- tional nu-vtings, such as visiting the local photographic- studios, the students also enjoyed social aetivities. Offivers invlud-': President, I,aVerne Onealz sei-retary-treasurer, Parmen Pen:-ez and adviser. Mr. Kibhs-. 24 PAN-AMERICAN Milton ltivliarrls. .li-an Wilson, IHPIIIS1' Marti-ns. Ina 1 larn-. Karol Sell:-ll, l'liyllis XY:-list:-r, .lov XYolltL', Maxino tlvi-spy. Margaret Mwljin-vii, liila 'l'hoinpson, Sally .lo St-lun-lily. ll--li-n M1-llouprall, Mary Ki-lln-her, Shirley t'lt-rf, Miss lloilgvrs. lirlinw- .Xnde-rson, Marf.:'arv-t llulilwll, l'Ivan l!ai'r:u'loug:h, llorotliy Une-al, Shirley lit-4-k, Maxine first-r. ll'-len Mvilranahan, lle-le-n l'Iidal, lioris M1-Qin-en, Kay lfranli, Dorothy Perry, .lean llall, XVinifred XYilliams. He-ralil Simpson, Dorothy Vusitalo, Marjorie Mavkni-ss, Mary l,ou lfitterer. Maxine Fuller, Muriel Fraig, Rose M4-ad. Hl-Y - la-o llake, ltelmar l':ll2'E'l, NVz.lt XVQ-luster, Dean Nix-holson, .lat-k Noi-ling. Holi iionjorni, Ilia-lt Hausa-r, lloli .lat-olison, 'IN-d lillis, l,loyd Neil, Jerry House-r, th-no llarnhart, lion Norlinfx. Km-nuy llaskins, Inuit-an ltoujorni, lioli Vassmorv, Kirk tivrinan. t'hif- lflvkert. tile-nn liillon, l1eXVaynt- Alford, Sam NVel1stn-r. tilt-n Voolu-. PAN-AMERICAN "Tomo esta usted?" is the greeting used liy memliers of the l'an-Amerit-an t'luli whit-h meets one-e a month to study South Am1'rir'an vustoms and life. Learning: aliout our neighliors to the south has proved both vduvalional and 1-njoyalile to these students, Senorita Rodgers is the adviser for tht- Lxroup and the offirers include: Mario Luisa Pitts-rer, president: Martino l'3arra- t-lough, vivo-president: and Iiorotm-at Oneal, sw-ri-tary-trvasurt-r. Hl-Y l,e1l lay Ile-an Nivholson, with Phil' l':t'kl'l'i as vie:--pri-sirlvntl .lark Norling as secretaryg llit-k Hauser, treasurer: XValt XVelv- ster, vliaplain: liill l'f-lvelavkm-i', som-ial vominissionvr: and Martin Lund, sergeant-at-arms, lli-Y proved to ln- one of the Illosl at-tive organizations in sn-liool, lit-sides aiding with lied t'ross work, helping' in the vampaign for funds, and writiiu: letters to servifw-men. this eluli sponsored sus-h events as the Hi-Y sleigh rifle, a Sweetheart banquet, rt pivniv, and the re-grular initiation of ni-iv inernlit-rs. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA KLAHIAM z-.fy , ,. V I A. . .A . 1, H ' - A , Q, ' , ,. i . . , - 1 . alll' ,wi -M.- - ff 'el .9 4:14 "' 'df' - .-u4p " 'f ,' .Aa 4 ' rv .Q qi Q no 1 no v . I-:iJiToRiAL STAEF TRI-Y LATIN CLUB in -4.,45Qgig5,1Ll' A I ' ' ' 'JW k I N .T5 ..,. ., CT 7 A rmrrog ' ' 'S--Wiii ' ' ' nr -vi "U I 15 ' 3 f:ll'j,,,, ,W I t M ' -if-.. 1.-ti. fr...-,1q.f'---' - . Wm 'QW-w f- - A" . ,,M'vrr.,,, 4 .Y fag,-un' ' '-X, I -ff, A smass STAFF I h.,.-"--1.34 -. I - f..Im.Z.f"ull"i Hn. L 49 ' FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA KLAHIAM Mr. I:Ill'Ix0', .lfihii 'l'nwiisw-iill. xV2ll'l'l'lI Mill:-r, IMI: l'v-I-aiiii. I.:-nil l'Iif+l1vgi'ulill5', 'il--rig: II--rrivk. I-'rsiii-ws XYliiI--iiizlii. lv:-vi r'.,l,.iiii. Ilzlvis, .lm-li Sm-ll, llzllph Milla-r, 151-ur:.:1' 'I'II1lj'l'l', 421-iiv-lin-1-sn-51 Vgirim-n l'v in-1-. Hill Mr-4'l:iy, .lan-lc llv-uslfiii. Mr..lnl1iis1m. l-Iclilfwizili Maury l,1-li l-'itll-rf-r. .lziiii-I N ls'-ii. XX'iiiit'i'---l Willigiiiis. Ylll4'PllI .li-llvi. lfrziiila I'raii::. .luvli liilli-spiv. Ifaile- limits:-ii. 411-rzilnl ' ,""1"', 5""',"iS'."l- Vi" ""'lW"II- I v I Hunt, .lm-li lfislin-r, l4'l4-Nil Minuir, Huy lluwi-1-54 1:14.11 53,4-,.,.. lnlsiae-ss. lwxiw- Nll2ll'IiS, l,4-IU' Sli--lt-iii. M:iX1li-- Il:-ri-:li:i. ln-xirly' 'l'1+m Sin-ll, llrrn-ii Illisliy. - 515'- H'-h H1-ii,i11i'lii. lt:-li l.:iwsr-ii, lin-nv llsxriiliurl. limi .Xilazf-rmxlii, -I-RI-Y IIIIIIVQIYI IIflll4I4ll'llI, Kirk tie-rnmn. Hay Uzxklaml. lloln-rl l!--l- , i ' , i l A -V sans, l,:1Y4-rii .lfwgn-iisnii. .luv 1':1rm-y, Fluyil live-ns. "ful" I""'IllH.' I Ilillis lmulaiill. .lil-iw ll.iiilxs. Q . . , , , l-rzuim-s Nliiln-iiiziii, M:n'g:1n-I Nh:-ll, 1h:irlwiIl-- l-,hui-l, I':i1 mil- 1.1-no Mm-ii, .lm-k Ivllllflllll he-rzilfl Simpson, lllmiw I41llll'f', Nurmziii WVU. :.3u1'i'Ii:z'lI14l'If"' 1 "'Ik'i' ITN 7"'1li-'km -lf-'H-'N I 'm'm'm'fS- "l'f' lizirh Mumly. XYiiiifrn-rl XYilliziiiis, Inn-filliy mm--nil, "H "H-"'mm' 'mu ""I""'s'm' M:1rg::1rn-I lli1'I1:ll'1lsnii, Iillu Mau- 1'r4-ss, lla-1-ii Ifri-iili. l.:1Yf-i'li1- Hin-ul. lluth llzirris. Maxim- l-R-iw-ulizi. Mary l,1-11 l"i1I--r+-r. KLAHIAM LATIN CLUB .X sc-I-up similar ti- that of last j'v'2lI"S Klahizmi staff uns -I'-IH1 -Xiiilll. .lim IIIIPSUII,-I'IilI'4lIl'1 NY:il--s. iisq-fi in Q-rliling lhis yi-:ir's uiiiiiml. l'l1fvtm:rapl1y staff planm-rl 'i"l'Il'lj4I+' N'hlu'-lily. lluri-s l,i1ll. I lhf- l:1y-'uns :mil milk lull-turn-s. Thu- lmsim-ss stuff sulif-in-d lhvn l 4-lwlmfkv-r, l':ithi-rim- Hrauif. Miss ll'-lflillw :ivlvn-l'Iisn-iiif-iits :mil m:ul4- sul:-s, while- the Q-fliturizll stuff had Iizwl-:1i':1Storms.lilfirlzl4'l"iWl1'3'. vlmrgc- nf :ill thi- wriltn-ii work in thx- hunk. Adviss-rs for th,- ye-:lrlmnli iii:-llidv Mr. Kililn-, Mr. IIIIYKPSIIII, and Miss Klohuvlir-r, TR1.Y l,:iY'-rn+- lim-:il lie-:ull-fl tha- 1-flitm'i:1l lifmrd, and l-Ill:1 Maw Fri-ss. . XViIh Ilia- in-xv :ulx'is4-rs, Mrs. A. I-I. Offer and Mrs. Viv Russ:-. Ihr- IIIISIIIUSS IIlIIll1lKl'lllt'IlI, ..,- - .- V - . - . Ill-I gut off tu ai flying start, 4-le-4-lim: l'i'z1ii4-vs XX hits-maui prvsi- rle-lil: .luain Ilm-hm, via-1--pr:-sidviill l-Zllzi Mm- l'i-miss, sf-4-r4-tary: Maxim- l"1-i'm:li:1, tru-aisurf-r: and Iizirlmrai Mumly. S1'I'Ilt'IllII-III arms. 'l'h1- zu-tivitif-s for tha- yi-:lr IIIPIIIIIPII um- vw-iiiiig s-:xvh F' F. A' month :il thu- Ka-el Pruss, il 4-:iiiipaigii tn rnisv fifly clnllzirs fur ilu- , . , . . . . . , , drive-, simiisfwiiirr thi- New Ye-z1r's Twin. zlml two liilalrifnls l':1lum:4-li:1ri.:o of thi- papa-r flrive in this vivinily, the Il. ll. A.. - - - - . - - initxatmns. hum-sl sin-:xkm-rs :mel sm-ml grzltlie-riiigs wi-rv pi-vs--in--rl lII14Ib'T the slim-i'x'isimi uf Mr. Burke and Mr. Johnson, 4-ullewu-rl in addition tu HU, rpgulm. mlsimxs ,m,l,tin2S' iiinv- and um'-lmlf Inns uf paper. In addition to th:-ir war-tinw Ill'fY,If'I'I?4. tha- jmliqimz In-:mi plum-ri sen-ond in lhv Stan- Shop LA1-'N CLUB Vmilq-sl. Ile-lpiiip: In vairry ull! thi- prm:rzun for this yvur wer:- uffim-rs, livin- H:u'iiliurI, llI'l'SIlIl'llI1 t'lmrln-s ICckn-rt, vi1-o--prn-si- 'lo-ul: llll-in l'1i-ilu-. sw-cn-t:xl'y1 Toni Sm-ll, tr:-zlsurn-ri Flriyd Miiwr. in-pm-i,4rg mill lrum-:iii lhiiijm-ui, se-rgw-uiil-:lt-niriiis. .Xltlu-ugli --milpa-s--ml uf only him- im-ml---rs. lI1-- l.:iI1ii Vluli IIZIS he-lil inte-rn-sling IlIl't'IIllf.ZS min- :1 mv-iilli mul.-r thi- Lllll'I1ll14'l' uf Miss Hopkins, adviser for the prrmip. Uffiw-rs 1-lm-I+-il im-liulf-' l'rx-sixh-iil, .lzum-s Gibsrm: vim--presidviit. John .Xlluiii sf-I-re-tary. llnris l.ull. The- purpose uf thf- vlul- is to an-wmziiiil its m--ml-+-rs with liwnnan imle-:is mul 4-ustf-ins mill li- mix --iii:-i'1:1ixiiii'-iii uirli piw-fit:1i-lv li-ui'niiig. 25 ATHLETICS Our sports have left a record rankmg lngh 111 the annals of Ellensburg H1gh athletlc act1v1t1es Not only have our teams been outstandmg w1th the foot ball team s los1ng only one game the basketball team s takmg e1ghth place 1n the State Tournament and the track and tenms squads rankmg well 1n the1r compe t1t1OH but the need of phys1cal f1tness for everyone to take the health courses wh1ch 1nclude theory work as well as gym 3Ct1V1ty The latter cons1sts of spec1al lZ6d exerc1ses regulated games and act1v1t1es de s1gned to promote the Well belng that 1S so essentlal to both those who are plannmg to enter the armed forces and to the c1v1l1ans 1f our country IS gomg to be strong enough to repel and defeat 1ts aggressors 7 ' 7 , r.. 9 . , . . . . . 7 t . . has been stressed. Every student in school is required y . . s s ' 3 WS' -ef' Kp 0 9 W do xW of' X o 0 Q -nh 1 ,4- agp so 0215- 9 vos, we 'O awix 36 vw Ny SQ S, Q8 GRID IRO SQUAD pr lu I' ff-, 1 , No, 4 -1,-W - 1,45 ,, X 1 I ,. A- f W Uv- LM xr V Un fjbca- in Lg if :A "" fr 13. 6' 'fffil ffwifjprill M1 dx L-'xiifpd ffll. I Ti.-0' fjff-d h"' . X 1 ?1,Fl3 1 ar f ny ri' 'N Yeh ws. 5 swf' .xx e x 6 A 'x x X X-,x we +269 X XX --Yi-9 x X ir" U t , ,c. X ey' X- F wx Q' W Qi vox -sew x Vx Coach Henry LETTERMEN Ben Alder, Gene Barnhart. Bob Bonjorni. Roger Cady, Mike Deasy. SQUAD Back Row: Roth, Pless, Cooke. Hicks, Phipps, Engel. D. Norling. Eckert, J. Norling, Nicholson, Haskins, J. Houser. Front Flow: Coach Henry, Jacobson, Olson, Waters, D. Hauser, Barnhart, J. Kontos. Drill on New Plays Ray Watts, Bill Ross. Bob Passmorc. At the start of the season the Bulldogs, green and inexperienced. looked far from powerful: but after suffering a 20 to 0 defeat at the hands of a strong Wenatchee team which was just ending its season, Coach l-lenry's eleven bounced back to score four straight victories. Highlighting the year was the Bulldogs' 7 to 6 victory over a highly favored Cie Elum team. The Bulldogs' other victories included a I9 to I3 trouncing handed Kennewick, a I2 to 8 decision over Pasco, and a 6 to 0 defeat delivered to Wapato. 28 0' .Qc X5 . A .x 'X ir- nr' xl' 4' vwoi' Q5 XS' x x vf . No xk ' . ,POV X Q, Q 0' ,t XQY4 K+ 'I l,.U lyf, R 1943 SEA 'IU :g'sblIgRlc:94 Us !1,em3d N . x N xx k hm 0 Chuck Eckert. Ted Ellis. Leo Hake, Kenny Haskins, Jerry Houser. Richard House: SQUAD MANAGERS Bwck Row Alder Watts Passmore, Cady, Wales. Henry, Mead, Stilwell, Quicksall. Anderson Bowelg Front Row Ellls H'1ke Bonjorni, Deasy, Schmitz, Bowers, Anderson. Emil Olson, Jack Norling, Don Norling, Dean Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg -0 -12 -6 -7 Nicl'1oIson,Jim Wenatchee- Kennewick- Pasco- 8 Wapato- Cle Eluxn- C N N0 , LLDOG HOGPSTER Bob Jacobson Melvm Jorgenson Don Fuller Jack Norlmg Ray W1tts Don Nou-Img SQUAD p'1Ye' M'2ef'f1Q af HH' Cowen Nelson Mntchell D Hauser Eckert Engel B1Iye1t Witts P1ss to Norlxng lollownng In the footsteps of last years undefeated squad the Bulldogs took elghth enjoyed a most successful season wmnmg nme teen games and losing only seven Startmg out with a bang Coach Nelson s qumtet won ten stralght but hlt a bad slump clroppmg four declslons ln a row At this stage 30 Jorgenson Lowe Flyung High t e Bulldogs rallied comlng back to capture second place ln the Valley Tournament and to earn the rlght to participate m the State Meet The fact that the Bulldogs were extremely mexperlenced having only two lettermen on hand when the season began gave many young players the chance to see actlon 7 . K . . h K, . v . s place in the State Tournament at Seattle and - - - - FOR 1943 - 1944 Don Swangler Dean Nlcholson Delmar Engle Bullpups T1ngle Wlth SQUAD coach Nelson PHPOOSBS Hanneman Nicholson Jacobson Swargler Wnlson Norlung Eyman AVWUUUYS 53" Ellensburg Retrieves Bill Heres Hoping Cle Elum Gets the Trp Ellensbul g Ellensburg Ellensbux g E116llSbL11g Ellensburg Ellensbul g Ellensbuxg Ellensbulg Ellensbulg Ellensbuxg Ellensbuxg Ellensbulg Fllensbulg Thox p 8 Thox p-22 KlEtltaS 22 Cashmel e 30 Wenatchee 30 Cashmere 22 Cle Elum 23 Selah 30 Wapato-39 Wapato 32 Cle Elum 30 Yaklma 21 Selah 37 st ORE? Ellcnsbuxg Ellensbulg Ellenebuxg Ellensbulg Ellensbulg Ellenbbulg Ellcnsbulg Ellensbm g Ellensbul g Ellensbmg Fllonsbm 2 Cle Elum 34 Yfzkxma 35 Cle Elum 53 Bothell 28 Valles Tournament Selfxh 28 K9l1IlCX!lCk 28 Yakmm 28 '1 ce Tournament Cent: wha 28 Wmlock 27 Olx mpm 25 An lc Ol tc N 4 , - H41 ' -1 , .4 - 4--30 - . -32 ' .f ' '-34 L ' - p ' -45 ' ' - ' ' '-34 - . ' -42 .- - -- x ' -34 - .' -46 - " .' ' L- - -A34 - .- ' 'A31 . -4 Ellensburg-34 Wenatchee-17 Ellensburg-40 Toppenish-33 . . .-28 - - - --27 -' - , - --36 - .' ' '-42 ' . - - '-52 St. t - -42 - .- ' -22 x '. " - - H33 - .' ' -48 ' '- , - 440 ' - .Q - 442 g '.-A . . x ' '--36 - 1 -' 1 A32 1 ' ' 'iff 2 TRACK B1ck Row Coach Nelson Roy Bowers Bob Johnson Russell Ambos Joe Haberman Wayne Wllson Front Row Don Uebelacker Aksel Hanson Lloyd Nell Wesley Peach WINNING BASKETBALL INTRAMURAL TEAM Study Hall John Townsend Rex Vannoy Ted Omen Emil Olson Howard Evans TRACK Coach Paul Nelson can ughtfully feel proud of thls years track squad As m basketball and foot ball a large share of the burden fell upon sopho mores and Junlors Loslng to Yakxma and Wen atchee eallv ln the season the squad showed the E H S Fxght by thoroughly trounclng Cle Elum and CODDIDE second place ln the Valley Meet Nelson agaln turned out a wmmng relay team composed of Ch1C Eckert B111 Ross Jerry Houser and Bob Bonjorm whxch placed fourth ln the State Track Meet held at Pullman on May 20th Ray Watts took second m the discus at the same Meet '32 SPRI l BASKETBALL INTRAMURALS mural schedule The noon hour games were very popular wlth the students and proved to be rough and tumble affalrs for the contestants Study Hall s f1ve composed of Emll Olson Howard Evans Ted Olen Rex Vannoy and John Townsend completed the year at the top of the league Y l ' ' ' ' ' The home rooms this year played a full intra- NG SPORTS and I TRAMURALS TRACK La Mar Dew Bob Mead Harold Wales Ralph Cornwall Eugene Prater Lyle West James Brltt Jack Snell John Ott Duncan Bonjornu Bob Mutchell Roger Cady Flrst Row Bull Prater Bull Ross Leo Hake John Poulsen Ray Watts Jerry Houser Chic Eckert Glenn Dullon Bob Bonjorm Eugene Barnhart GIRLS TENNIS BOYS TENNIS Mass Baker Betty MacLaughlm Phyllus Fltterer Bull Hncks Tom Cox Wilbur Lowe Sam Margaret Hubbell Dorothy Oneal Becky Kreudel Dean Nncholson Kung Beverly Tusler Donna Jeanne Nelson Mary Kelleher Betty Shelton Jean Wllson GIRLS TENNIS Under the dlrectlon of Mlss Glaydes Baker this year s glrls tennxs team saw a great deal of actxon Only two g1rls who had prevlously turned out for th1s sport were on hand when the season began and consequently although the squad was large lt was comparatlvely mexperlenced Beverly Tusler Betty Shelton Becky Klng and Jean Wllson were the mamstays The boys Bulldog tenms squad although small enjoyed an act1ve season Dutch Henry football mentor for the Blue and Whxte coached the squad Dean Nlcholson boasted a perfect score throughout the regular season and carried off top honors m the smgles competltlon of the Y V I A A Tour nament held ln Yaklma Bob Eyman and B111 Hicks were entrants for the doubles 33 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 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' MUS C a d DRAMA Our muslc department although curtalled by the war 1n many mstances contlnued to carry on wlth 1tS usual zest to perpetuate the bel1ef that mus1c lS essentlal even 1n t1mes such as these Mr Harry Pond who res1gned at the end of the flrst semester presented the hlgh school chorus and the Jumor and senlor h1gh bands and orchestras 1n everal assemblles dlsplaylng h1s ab1l1ty as a show man Succeed1ng Mr Pond was Mr Stanley WGIQS of the year took over h1s new pos1t1on w1th an ease that demonstrated h1s muslcal capab1l1ty Large ensembles were unable to attend the Annual Mus1c Contest held 1n Yak1ma but a number of vocal and lnstrumental sololsts d1d attend earn1ng twelve super1ors to place Ellensburg 1n flrst stand1ng among all the schools that entered MISS Beard also new to our adm1n1strat1on th1s year had charge of all drama as well as stage management Under her d1rect1on two major plays The More the Merr1er and June Mad were suc cessfully presented Il whoalthough handicapped by coming in the middle fa,-,fb My 4' V4 fob JP' RFQ' 40 A 6, wavggv '55 v ix X' j. x gp 4 fa -- - 3 1' X " U MAD" and Youre Swicky Why Mother Well Hello Mervyn CAST Row 1 Eugene Barnhart Dan Rannsger Emil Olson Leo Schmitz Leslue Houser Row 2 WlIm1 Bowers Pat Colwell M1rjorle Mackness Shnrley Fischer June Wywtt SENIOR CLASS PLAY une Mad the Senior Class contrlbutlon to our Drama department was presented to the publlc Aprll twenty eighth A drama ID three acts nt was staged and directed by MISS ean nette Beard Emil Olson Pat Colwell Leo 36 Schmltz une Wyatt Les Houser Gene Barn hart Shxrley Fischer Dan Ranmger Wllma Bowers oe Watson Marjone Mackness Sarah ane Turner and ene Hanks were lncluded ln the cast ,, ,.. "Ahh, Roger" "No More GIiders!' . . . . 'J ' ' - V 1 . ' I I Y . . . - . I . ,J ' . . v , . . . -I - J Y J . . "THE MORE THE ERRIER" Les House: Lexrc Sparks Sally Jo Schnebly Ray Roberts Gene Westenhcrg Morrrs McClay Roy Bowers Jun Grbson Tom Cox Joe Watson Marty Lund Mrss Beard Duck Houser M1xrne Orser Lors Tyler Helen Jean Edwards Marrlyn Hanson Alma Ferguson Glorra Capps Lloyd Nell Stan May Emrl Olson Mrke Deasy Dan Flannrger Ted Oren Mrss Beard Leslre Houser and Lloyd Nerl the Two Crooks Productron Staff Becky Kung Cleo Jean Fray Marjorre Mackness Helen Jean Edwards LL SCHOOL PLAY The All School Play, "The More the lVler- Bowers, ,lim Gibson, Tommy Cox, .loe Watson. . L 1 L V ' -I Y ' ' J . Y . Q - rrer a comedy rn three acts was presented December tlmrrd to a record breaklng audrence Staged and drrected by lVlrss Beard the play mcluded Les llouser Lexola Sparks Sally o Schnebly Ray Roberts Gene Westenberg Roy Marty Lund Drclc Houser lVlaxrne Orser Lors Tyler Helen ean Edwards lVlarrlyn l-lanson Alma Ferguson Gloria Capps Lloyd Nell Qtan lVlay Fmrl Olson Mrlce Deasy Dan Ran nrger Ted Qren and lVlorrrs lVlcClay 37 C ACTI ITIES FOR BOYS QUARTET D1ck Houser Melvm Jorgenson D1ck Lerfald Les Houser GIRLS SEXTET Pat Pattlllo Marrlyn Hanson W1nn1e Wxllxams Betty Lou Busby Erllne Anderson Shlrlee Rlssberger accompamst Mary Lou Fxtterer Marllyn Hanson Soloxst 38 KX Qggj fW CHORUS Soprano M Buck M Burress W Cameron A Deass I Deranleau Y Elchner B Gage A Godes B Gray B Grove J Hanks M Hanson B Hall D Looney M McQueen P Marsh D Mellergaard L OCon nor C Pence L Perry B Potter B Powell S Schnebly G Sherman P Sherman B Sorenson L Thompson O West B Wrlhelm W Wl11lamS E Clare Alto B Busby B Byas N Campbell J Cunnlngharn B Ettles A Fer guson D McQueen D Randall S Rrssbelger G Schneblv P Vxetzke J Westenberg V Correll Tenor H Deaton M Bruley D Scholl G Balseat E Barnhalt L Evans M Jorgensen D Houser Bass R Bates R Graeme G Hanneman L Houser L Johnson D Lmfald D McCumber E Olson B Stoppenbunk L Townsend J Glbson PEP BAND Back Row LaVerne Oneal Tom Cox Eugene Prater Erlme Anderson Evan Barraclough Leo Hake Front Row Loren McCracken D1ck Muzzall D1ck FlSCh6l Brll Pratel Klrk German 'vw' " 1 I 51"-'f Q ' , ,XX v f 4':'x,xgQ' bl A. ., ,ffl , ,sf V AOA ' , , , a . , W A mr' cw' , v f"' , . - X to ., rl . W vp fr' ,V QXQ' ' s nr' . .X ,gp vt- - flf! , .,-P' Zi? X --Vf f , f' f '. - ' l .xx , ,f f . 5, ,f Q- f .U ,., , I . .4 V 1 ae -ef. Q . - pf,- 'V 1 1 . ' , I . - . . . C . , . , u . ' Q . , . . . , - - , , . K , . . . ' , . -', . ' , . . I . , . . . , . , . f . . . '- , . Q . , A v . ' ' Y ' ' ' . , . . , , ' , ' , . , . L , . ' . . L . , . 1 v l ' , . 3 , , 'f ' THE CURRE T SEASO , f.- n A - . . 4 'X - 4 - 5 T 4, R Q' "in XV or ,. X A Xue 'P , r . ,, .ef Nl 'NIOR HIGH ORL HESIRA V101lll'- blollr Capps Leslre Houscr Drck Lmlrld C1110 Ex 'rn B rrraclough Strrng, Bass Geneva Faust Trumpetns Russell Ambos Wavne Wrlson French Horn Erlrne Anderson B111 Ross Clarrrret Shnlev Brovfn Margaret Wrlson Oboe Alrce Meyer Tenor Saxophone Jack Haberman Alto Saxophone Eugene Prater Trombone Barb Mundv Mrlton Rrchards Bassoon Vance Hall Plano Marna Carter Percussron Tom Cox Bob Johnson MR WEISS' Dn ector Cornets and Trumpets Russell Ambos Ted Howell Brll Ross Wavne Wrlson French Horn Erlrne Anderson Tom Creed Barrtone Emn Barraclough Strrng Bass Genera Faust June Wx att Bass Clarrnet Marrlwn Hanson Clarrnet Shrrlev Brown Helen Edwards Jene Hanks Drck Muzzall Dorothy Oneal Joe Pless Margaret Wrlson Ronald Nelson Oboe Alrce Mever Flute Glorra Capps Alto Saxophone Ras Grow Eugene Prater Tenor Saxophone Jack Haberman Trombone Barb Mundx Mrlton Rrcharcls Percussron Tom Cox Rrchard Graeme Bob Johnson LaVer ne Oneal 1 1 or G B SENIOR HIGH BAND OUR YEAR Undaunted by the ever increasing wartime re strlctlons and shortages the students and teachers of E H S carried on in their respective tasks do1ng their utmost to a1d the school the commumty and the nation Besldes the regular school act1v1t1es which have become annual events the J unior Canteen was added and proved to be one of the most popular of the outside interests Many of the boys were called 1n the classrooms and ln the hearts of the studen+s of E H S but scheduled events continued The J unior Prom the Tri Y the Senior Ball and the Triple E Tolo are Just a few of the hlghlights of our social life On the fo11ow1ng pages are snapshots and informal pictures to remind us of the gay times we have had in E H S this year Our Year 7 . . . , 7 7 7 into the service of their country, leaving empty spaces 1 I Q, . A D 1 .' 9 h r I 1 n 1 Q dn SEPTEMBER ELIEVE HELL nonzsu YHAT H' X0 Uv of wi-Q 'Ye ff Al UCGEE 20 School postponed until October 4. 25. Pat Colwell lost thirty-five cents Students donned levis and old shirts to harvest late corn crop. unior High started on schedule. Our heroes of the gridiron re- turned to their grind to meet our new coach Dutch Henry. 22 The Honorable Don Helfer lost his shoe in a corn belt at the cannery. He was trying to help the corn along with his foot. At that he might have lost it- the foot we mean . shooting craps with the ware- house crew while the boss wasn t looking. She vowed then and there to give up gambling. 30. Students and would-be students quit work in corn fields and can- nery. Promptly proceeded to comb the corn out of their hair and ears in preparation for school. . me if 1 5 V-.EX Mr G N -. 1 ' . . lr. 5 . '14r,s I F r Y 4,1 V-- 's we 'Y MNENED' T543-4 1 7 4. B ,, . . . A 1? .............-....,.1l.f.'f..l.f"" . , W T N'1 I-'H 'UN-V, -" . .. .. . . s1U"O CLASSES CONV IP DE GA K6 swam US wg QnRl.s aux: TNC li SS EARO N TIIYCH T0 SEI A BT! OCTOBER It started all over agaln t at dreaded mstxtutlon SCHOOL After only a week of concentrated practlce the Bulldogs tussled with and lost to the Wenatchee Plrates Vnctory' Conquest' Bulldogs ral lxed round to beat Kennewlck Thus wet and stormy nlght found the Pasco Bulldogs battlmg It out wlth the Ellensburg Bulldogs Vlctory agaln went to E H S Sophomores and new students were honored at Semor Mixer The threatening man shortage first became apparent but a good time was had by all Coach Henrys boys proved that they are really on the beam by third wm of the season This tlme the Wapato Wolves were thelr vlctlms 43 CLUB FORTY Fl E OPENS C. x. x, Gila.. "sh von ING , ot uv 0 I NOVEMBER Our well known rivals the Cle Elum Warriors succumbed to terrlfrc drlve by the powerful Bulldogs Congratulations to Coach Henry and hrs boys for a fme season The Rotary award for this sea son went to Chic Eckert lnsplr atlonal award to Bob Pmky Passmore That man was here agaln M Baldwin and hrs aptitude tests Oh murder! More tests That root of all evrl reared lts ugly head for the first lf not the last time this year Grade cards came out We commemorated Armlstlc Day with a special assembly durmg which the class of I943 repre sented by Wrlda Hall presented the school with a plaque honor mg the graduates of our school who have given thelr llves for our country 26 59,1 ofqxg S' Q Ju IUR P303 6 Q .9 it o cb' 0' ling, pon experts of the Natronal Assembly series exhibited their skull ln the gym A few lessons from them might help the rest of us Lleutenant Estell from the 3l4th CTD presented a special aS sembly to recruit I7 year old boys for the Army Arr Corps Reserve The Opening of Club 45 annual unlor Prom started the social llfe of E H S students Thanksgiving Turkey Food No school foraday Heaven junior Canteen launched Games, dancmg food and fun for all l v v v -4 qv xv ' ' 5- G v-A M- 'ctxfvh u f 3 3 '15 4. - - ' 6' Q N L---,, 61.1, "l'u so pA':'R l' Gvxljkll . 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ERRY CHRISTMASQ C nc runner: R s DECEMBER Mnss eannette Beard new drama coach presented the highly en tertammg farce ln three acts The More the Merrler as all school play Ellensburgs maple court five won flrst game of season ln hard fought tussle with Cashmere hoopsters Wenatchee Panthers downed by E H S Bulldogs Bulldogs journey to Cashmere to mflnct second defeat upon Cash mere five Grade cards sneaked out I8 3I U Wenatchee Panthers played a hard and tough game on their own floor but agam succumbed to the powerful Bulldogs Bulldogs are getting ln the swim of things Defeated the over confl dent Cle Elum Warriors Hurrah Vacatxon The OCCBSIODD Christmas MERRY CHRISTMAS' Back to the old grrnd No more vacations tlll une 9th Bulldogs defeated Selah Vllungs New Year s Eve found a hot time m Cle Elum 45 O . ,J . --gg . V, iq 3.-Aff V .. P 'V ' I--li T. 1 f, I wg ' , oo Wx Vs ,arf I u A P r abt f ARHFU -' 41 . 'H CHQ' L' NE AY mf CANTEEN A Q 1 IT-MN M-Jog, mcg, But, mo H us un. , 22. ' ' ' ' 23. . ' . ' . 25. . ' ' ' ' 29. ' . TRI-Y SPONSORS TOLO JANUARY Students dragged their hangovers to the Vista House to see the Old Year revnewed and the New Year foretold at annual Trl Y tolo Bulldogs proved to be too much for the Wapato Wolves Wolves suffer second defeat at the hands of the Bulldogs The mnghty Cle Elum Warrxors lost to the mlghtler Bulldogs ZI Ellensburg suffered flrst defeat of 2 u the season at the hands of the Yakima Pirates Bulldogs were deflnltely off their game lldogs showed stram of weeks of mtenslve trammg as they lost to Selah Vikings Speclal bond assembly to pay tribute to those students who bought bonds n the 4th War Loan Drive End of the semester brought changes m schedules for many of the students o V lv. I .M 0 ' 8. B . . . . G i q SADIE HAWKINS AT CANTEE ,M ,K BRUJ lf- FEBRUARY 2 Potentlal Bernhardts and Barry mores of MISS Beards second and third perlod speech classes performed monologues for the entertainment of thelr classmates Semester grade cards and the loss of a game to Cle Blum created utter despair among the students Yaklma Pirates lnfllcted fourth de feat upon Ellensburg Bulldogs ln a hotly contested battle 22 Specnal assembly commemorated Washlngton s blrthday 25 Bulldogs recovered from thelr losing streak to defeat Bothell qumtet The gals grabbed what guys Uncle Sam had left us for a np snortm Sadie Hawlcms mght at the Canteen sponsored by Triple E 47 V 1.11. X T .V . LYT ,MJT JL If wclA"T 'ull xg K , X: g X X, Y' . .V 4 ' B . , Sv 4 P -'.-ha . Q ,l4'Uf'+ Q . "v 5' K ' so A 1 'fr if ' I . Q Na! 5 3 l 5 Q 1 3 I Q , Q 1 Ll 4, I :AJ 0 '- . V X 1 , X 'Q B V ll ' ' W ' . Q -Q-rr...-.',- FAN A B A I 5 X ONE :JOHN AND SIX VJ K0 I 'L -' 1v-v---1s-urvv-v-1-v-'-'-q,1.'w.vvv-vw-.- -v-yy'-Q.-..-v-v,-q ' X ,,1 - 4. ' 26. ll- . . . . - 'U - HOOPSTERS GO T0 TOURNEY D 'I Xl "" in MARCH Tournament Cle Elum Golden dale Selah and Prosser fought hard battles but lost to Kenne wlck Yakrma Ellensburg and Toppenrsh Goldendale and Prosser were ellm mated Yakima and Toppemsh suffered thelr frrst defeats of the tournament Victors of thus sec ond nrght were Cle Elum Ken newlck Ellensburg and Selah Only two games were played thrs night Selah and Toppenxsh were ellmrnated by loslng to Cle Elum and Yaklma Yakima gained try for second place by defeatrng Cle Elum Kenne wick defeated Ellensburg to wm first place rn tournament . AYTLR featrng Yakima on Wapato floor Don Norllng and Dean Nlcholson chosen for All Valley Team Grade cards created mllcl drsturb ance ln students peace and hap pmess Peanuts' Pop Corn' Chewmg Gum! and Soda Water' Boy Scouts presented crrcus complete with pmk lemonade Ellensburg won erghth place m State Basketball Tournament Nnchol son gamed well deserved place on All State Team lj ' - I I " ' . 4 I . First night of the Y. V. l. A. A. I l. Ellensburg won second place by de- . - I l5. ' ' ' - . I y ' t ' I 7. " . . ' , ,I ' ls. ' ' 4.9 B C: as , J ,Q G' V Y? sn Pa SENIORS HOLD MARDI GRAS 4 r gr APRIL Wnth lxnng Rex allas Wult Weln ster and ueen Ella presldmg over the Mardi Gras students relaxed from daily troubles to enjoy the Senior Ball Bobo the MHQICIBH baffled students wlth hrs slelght of hand trlcks Magic he calls It Well what ever xt was It was good It rained' Ram' Ram' and more Ram' Old Man Weather should be ashamed of himself nn F F X B G' GY 'Rox 99 GV' 0 9 9 yhvpif R u G VAN 6 vim v Annual Musnc Contest ln Yakima found E H S students walking away wxth top honors Those recexvmg fxrsts were Lula ean Thompson Dlck Houser Duck Lerfald o Anne Cunnmgham Marilyn Hanson Wlnxfred Wal llams and Helen Olson Triple E. gurls struck a home run with annual sprmg tolo featuring a special Ladies Day at the ballpark Matnnee performance f une Mad Semor Class play pre sented to umor Hugh and Hrgh school students une Mad presented to the public Students turned ln excellent fnnal performances for E H S 49 Dx ,- X -- l Gan- ,or Q , ll .KQV - t 'J S D ,f I l X r . r , A f . . 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