Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1945

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s Q45 Kl,,XH NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY - 1 . L jf' 44 nf E FIVE KL HIAIVI Published by the ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ELLENSBURG HIGH SCHOOL ELLENSBURG, WASHINGTON DOROTHY ONEAL, Editor I.-XNET NELSON, Business Manager Yu , 'I .Y.,,. . 'JF I S3 . , - IN VIEMORIAIVI II IS RXIIIER VOR LS IO BL HFRE DEDI F J If HI C RIQ XI I XSIX. RI VIAINI NC I XI I OR IIII bf HONORI IJ DIL I S D IXSII xIP XSLRT UI lDILXU1IO'N IXCR LELLLHE12 XL IN L01 SII 12 1w115 11z1xL11 ID xx 119 II LL 1111 IALXIIERO 1c111x x RERN RI 1111 111611131 CI Em QOOIJRICH x 1 mm INCC ROBFRI Ix BOXX ILRb I JI NIH Q XRL R XDNILSS-I 'N CU I N J Q XI NIUIDH XI I C QD X R CE ISRUXVN I R XXCIS R XISOX ISI CIxER XI ILLI XM I IJXX IN Ix I CAQI' QI J 'I' 1 3 f' 11 J ' T' BE- If'UI2If1 LS 'II .W " ff ' ' R LH R LI Q XXI,- YYIQ 'IQXIQIQ INCRIQQ.-XQIQI IJILYOIIION 'IU 'IH.XII CI'xL'5Ii IDR WIIICII 'IIIEY C.1XX'E'I'IRII9l Q' ' TULIL, I 1, L Q I . .... l4 bv b MIX XQ' ' QQ' 21 ITRIZIJ I ix .1 IRG ' A i R'1 ,Xfl Q. L I L' :Q T . 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ADMINISTRATION 17 Os -QT vi I ' 1 Tok X 9 FACULTY -4 F Q an 10 The e men and women fOlIH the bagkbone of oul Qchool -Xlxsax keepmw the lnteuextx of the xtudent fo1emcQt Ill mmd thex adube and Loumel om Nchoo xx Olk an he! Allwsml 1 Glaydes F B1kev Ted Bowen Alice Brown Jessie Burch Michael Burke y E urgeson Marne E Dunstan Ivy L Groxer Teresa Hayes O Walter Henry I J Arthur huson aetlvtles Vile pax tl bute to ther fO1 then outstandmo xx Olk m keepmg sux school one whlch we ar ploud towed rle K bbe arson Klobucher I A orge S Low XI1 aul E Nelson rgll L rnel Dorothy Nl Quugley nna Stark XI rl Jeannette Twyrnan 1 Jeannette Ware H anley Weiss 1 Elizabeth Wetzel sp wen C Wicks FACULTY f ag, jf Hes, 9' 911, inn-v Z N xx 11 CLASS OF NI I rm.in..evIx1sf-1. I I I 1 I I I I 11--tgr impair. NII'l'jiI'urI1nItI1 I I' ' I I' I With its entire three years in E.. H. 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CLASS OF FORTY-SEVEN SOPHOIVIORES Suec sbfullx C3lI1lI1glHC1lXldLl3l names fO1 themselxes IH spoxts muslc, and othea school acmltxes the Sophomoles as xet have had no CIJPOHUHIU to proxe xx hat the combmed efforts of these mdmduals can aecompllsh So Class of l9-47, we ne waltlng Lllltll next xeal fo! xour bw actlvltles SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS t O Nei rroll Casper ns Wetzel J1 k Buvuows Above Below Top row Lance Wllson McConnell Crimp Irush Thomp son Lamb Top row Young Burrough Paulson Besancon Soren son Hawks de Jong Second row Klng Draper Chrlstenson Francls Sellwood Rosenberg Se ond row Belch Woodard Howard Corum Meek Lor enzu Hanson Third row Wlppel Gay HasBrouck Swedberg Drxver Tnurd row Wrlght Carney Walker Sauve Sparks Gar dune Correll Fourth row Coleman Nunnally Lambson Muller Nell Stoppenbrunk Fourth row Wllklns Hut hcock Gage Evans Coleson Hurt 'sf 2 20 it I in 32 125 Z 1., A lim as 'YW L ,S Although depleted in number and mem- bership by conditions brought on by the war, our organizations have carried on not only their school services, but have also increased their war service program. ASB Enustrno p11mar1lw for the control cf ahletlcs muslc, dramatlcs, and he school annual the A S B wa he top OIQHHIZHIIOH IH E I-I S Dunno the1r 1 gular meetmos the cfhcers dlscussed problems concern rng the scnool, and then brought thee p1oblems before the entlre tudent bodv for debate S B OFFICERS Fl Norl ng r Brown X on Swangler X 1 Mary Kelle er Dlck erfald Bob Druver GIRLS LEAGUE Along wlth the regular meetmgs to d1scuss subjects of 1nterest and help to glrls, speclal programs were presented by the Crrls L ague d1v1s1ons th1s year By d1v1d1ng the1r quota among the clubs, the glrls completed the largest amount of Red Cross work on record IU E. I-I S GIRLS LEAGUE rs rrasmlth X Ixl B ty Shelton I 1 r'I1n And X Sh e erson 1 nr erf Wxnnle Wlllrams ry Lou Frtterer I I 1 Carmen Pence BOYS CLUB The HCIIVIIICS of the Bovs Club conslsted of meetrngs to mform the members of VHIIOUS vocatronal and mllltafy opportun1t1es of whlch they mlght take advantage Therr year lncluded a health program, and provlded other act1v1t1es rn whlch the boys wer especrallv lnterested BOYS CLUB V7 F Iler Ray Wa s D n Norlmg I I 11 Don Uebelacker Brown Ken ry Hwsknns MAJOR ORGANIZATIONS "3 . . 1 V n V so . I 0 L g 1 f ' Q 1. ., J , . . . - L ' . . . 1 . . . I 'Q C x. D-, J Q c ' ' I V - . ' 1 . S . 1 1 A, . . Do 1 , I'1'1-.s11l--1113 M. . . 4111-1-13 D , '11 1- I'1+-sid'-11 1 h , Sv-1 - 1' 1.11'.1. L , 'I'1'1-z1s111w-1. , S11g1I1111111111 lb-111---sf-rrtztlixf-. 1 I . . , 1 . 1 1- 1 ' 9 O ., M . A , .4 "for: et , l'11w-st-11' W l I11ti1'-'L E ' , "rw I'1'v-si1I"11I. ' Iey Cl , 'I'1'--:1s111'--1-, ' ' ' , Sf-1'1w'1:11'5. Ma ' , 'I'1'5Il+'Il . . 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I'11-:1.1:,.1'l..1.1r:.:111 EEE BULLDCG GUARDS Top row Fttere Olson M McQueen Top row Mr Bowen Peters Parsons Ernckson Pea h Second row McDotgaII Oneal Thompson Mrs Arra Second ow Cwrgo Coble Jo es McConnell smnth Th rd row Rosenberg Anderson Rannnge Evans G a h Third row McGranahan Corbaley D McQueen Htbbell am Fourth row Busby Uus talo Ptterer Wxlluams Fourth ow Ott Eyman West Ambos l RIPLE E B6Sld6S ushermg at school functlons, glvlng a Ghrlstmas party, sponsonng dancmg classes and the annual Sprmg Tolo, the Trlple E glrls completed a large Red Gross ouoto as a xx ar SCYVICC project il l BULLDOG GUARDS Always ln evldence at games, plavs, and concerts, the Bulldog Guard served as tlclcet sellers and guards at all school events The soclal llfe of the club mcluded the annual Bulldog Guard party FUTURE FARMERS QF AMERICA Becaus of the demands upon the boys for farm worlc the F F A thls year has emphaslzed lndlvldual effort toward the productlon of the natlon s food sup ply lVla1nta1nmg the state wlde fame of thelr judvmg team, the local club also boasted acl: Snell as the wlnner ofthe State F F A Publlc Spealung Contest X Tcp row Geesey Cobam Sandness Campbell ONe1I McPherson Second row Spurlmg Angerman Kamlnsky Snell Moffatt Thayer Fsher Thrrd row Mr Burke Lance Sums Klocke Gay Belsaas West Mr Johnson Fourth row Coleman Cox Cummings Helllnga Benjamnn Wuppel Qulcksall FUTURE FARVVIERS OF AMERICA 24 GYY, ,,,, , , : I r, , . . : . - . . . 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A .. .- ' -v ..- - , k , - 1, 'E h .xg , K , ai I 1 I , ' 1 Z.. . 3 f .4 . . , , PRUJECTION CREW COljXlSELORS COLJNSELORS PROJECTION CREW Top row Clef Ellsworth Ande son Nelson McQueen Top row 'Vlr Martnn Gibson Allan ll B b P tt ll K lleh r Second row Young Ellls Second row Sparks Hughes Hubbe us y a I o e e Thlrd row M ss Klobucher F tterer Nelson Pence Deasy Wllllams Oneal Thlrd row Bu rows McCracken Forrth o Beck Ott Fstte er Cruse Corbaley Brown COUNSELORS The Counselors lend a helplng hand to all the new grrls rn E l-l S 1 hl fall a get acqualnted dmner and theater party was grven by the group for thelr llttle slsters PROJECTION CREW For then capablllty ln runnlng off fllms for the Washlngton School, unlor l-hgh, and Senlor Hlgh classes, the boys rn the projection crew have earned the respect of the entlre student body Crew Chref lm Cubson Advlsor, Mr Martin CAM CLUB Then mam project bemg portrart work the Cam Clubbers learned ways of obtalnmg desrred llghtlng, and malung and properlv mountmg the plctures As a school servlce, they ralsed funds for new dark room equlpment Presldent Gerald l-louser, VICC Pr sldent Lexola Sparks, Secretary Helen lVlcGranahan AdVlSOY, Mr Klbbe CAM CLUB Top row Mr Knbbe Swanson Thompson McQueen Jensen Norllng Cobann Schmltz Second row Busby Oneal Harris Pattlllo Sparks Mundy Wllson Third row Morrow A Nelson Wllllams J Nelson McGranahan P Fltterer Hubbell Derrick Fourth row Smlth M Fltterer Wells Uusltalo J Nelson Pence Martin CAM CLUB T . 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The Newscasters selected from the ournallsm cla s present the W ekly chool paper over statlon K F H S Vlary Lou Frtterer Glor1aDerr1ck Wm rtred VV1ll1ams Sam Webster Dewayne Alford and Duck Lerfald are among the regular broadcasters A few ofthe manv projects undertaken nmg modern home mterlors stencrllng and deslgnlng full color advertrsement lav outs The bl0lOgy students mstructed by M1 Purnell have broadened therr know ledge of the subject by conductrng many experrments ln class whxch gave them practlcal experience along wxth other learnmg The glrls IH the home economlcs cook mg classes must have heard the old adag -l he way to a man s heart IS through hrs stomach for thelr tasty concoctlons are xx orthv of any man s pralse CLASS ACTIVITY 2 l 4 ' Q - 3 l -I V s 5 y . , . . ,. . - A 1 , l . 4 by the senior high art class have been plan- Y 7 U V, ,. , . I- 3, ' 9 rv 7 , - MUSIC PEP BAND Il IH l I ORCHESTRA 1 Under the batons of Mr Low and Mr WCISS, the muslcal organlzatlons of E I-I S presented a Chrlstmas Program, Sprmg Concert, Easter Cantata, and assembly muslc Other COI1tflbLIlll'lg groups were the cholr, concert band, pep band, orchestra mlxed cloubl vocal quartet, saxophone quartet glrls vocal ensemble and the boys vocal quartet MIXED DOUBLE QUARTET SAXOPHONE QUARTET MUSIC INSTRLJCTCRS 8 'l"'I' Iw-xx: S-Irullurp l,l'1iI0'I', .l. IIzrI-1-r'y1,1m. Kr' sn, 5lzu'I.zr- Irlqm. V1'--MI, SIXH' lark. Ifirfv r'-M IN-X. Hlfwlw. AIIIZZQIII. Hvwzrl. NK' lsr-rn. Iifluguwis. I'IIfs, Mr. XY'-iss, Ii!--Irqrlvls. .X1r,Ims, Huxxvll, S II:II-vrrmn.. AI-4'l':t--Ivlr. Svzrmlllnui A14-lJl1-vvlx, Maxrliru. Vw-x. l'l1tI1r,.I4'lIIlXl'II. Siltirru. I'r':I14-V, II:rI---Vmzm. Itit-Irzrlrlr, .Xu-Iqrs-Ir.. Hlron First ww: Nr-Ist-n. .Xlff'I'Il. V111-ps. II, M1-l'x':1wkw1I. Iirfwsn, XY Iron. 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'2 MUSIC 1 I I I CONCERT BAND CHORUS N 1 I 1 I AI 1 ll cl lll I I 1 X GIRLS ENSEMBLE DRUM MAJORETTE 1 H721 29 PAN AIVIERICANI I P AN AMERICAN CLUB Vvlth the accent on the South American wav, the Spanrsh students held color ful meetlngs patterened to illustrate the customs and llfe of the Latln Amerlcans Und r the able leadershlp of Mlss urglev they presented th Pan Amencan Dav Assembly, showmg the typlcal llfe ofthe people south ofthe border Presldent, Shnley Beck Vlce Presxdent, Wlnlfred Wllll8mS, Secretary Margaret Wllson, AdVlSOf, IVI1ss uxglev JOURNALISIVI One of the most actlxe classes ln E I-I S IS Journallsm Besldes 6Clllll'1g the xx eelcly school broadcast the students take charge of advertlslng the regular stamp sales, and sponsorlng QQCCIHI bond dm es JOURNALISM 30 ' I 'IV-gl :fu I"--rulrxrm, IUM-I! XX'1Is-ru,Ilv'.4I1:rv1:, III-lrzry-Is I-' Xlelllr, Ilzlll. AIlIX'..lll II. Mill'-V, XYAIQYX, lfvttxv-l. 'Irv-X 4,1-Hg, S-'I-'wt you Mrs- fglrlut.-5. 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Gnu", l"IIIv-I'v'l Plus-- NDUSTRIAL ARTS sr c1ng:Peah on sm sr u g Th p sr MATHEMATICS KLAHIAIVI The editorial and photographic duties were combined this year to form the Editorial Staff, headed by Dorothy Oneal as editor-in-chief, and Mr. Kibbe as advisor. Planning the dummy, making, editing, and mounting pictures, preparing Writeups, statistical information, and picture identifications were the routine matters carried out by this group. In addition, a large num- ber of extra pictures ordered by students were made to help defray expenses of the Klahiam. The duties of the business staff, with Janet Nelson as business manager and Mr. Burgeson as advisor, consisted of supervising the sale of Klahiams, taking orders for Junior and Senior pictures, carrying on the financial and business duties, and selling all advertising space. Ed r D my o I B M g J t N I EDITORIAL STAFF t g: LeMa t U t I . S Ilwood. Martin. Weeks. M dy U b Iman, M Q Ki g. BUSINESS STAFF 1 m son, F tt ting. Shelton. Derrick, Spark M G ariahan. Qi i 3 KLAI-IIAIVI 31 Building and maintaining a high standard of morale and patriotism during this period of tension is a task that has been undertal-:en and accomplished by the combined efforts of students. faculty, and admin- istration. AyearatE H S would not becom plete wrthout lts mlxers tolos and for mals I945 w1ll be remembered for these events Startrng the new year nght the Sen lors presented the annual Semor lVl1xer and the Trl Y grrls lcept the ball rollrng wlth therr Swlngln On a Star tolo Couples attendlng the unlor Prom found themselves dancing amrd slcrs lce skates and frr boughs rn the tustrc slcl lodge Snow lnn Over the Ralnbow a tolo spon sored by the Rarnbow Glrls was one of the best attended dances ofthe year The Senrors transformed the Vrsta Hou e rnto a gay sprrngtlme paradrse of th 1r Ball Aprll Showers The weather man a llttle confused came through wrth a blusterrng snow storm' Danny Drve Home of the Greasy Spoon was the unlque theme of the Trlple E. glrls sprmg tolo whlch ended the year s sch duled dances Sponsored by theY lVl C A and operated by an executive committee com posed of E H S students the Dog house was open every Friday nrght for danclng games and other entertalnment ThlS teen age club organlzed rn IQ44 had an average attendance of 200 stu dents each Frlday nlght DANCES 33 1 f 1- . . . , y - 2 , - 5 , ' ' Cf ' ' , ,Y 9 , . , . , - , S . . . . pastels, flowers, bunnies, and parasols for l 9 l 9 Cl TQ ' ,, . I . . . . , "' I . , , O Q l . - 1 9 THE GREAT BIG DQOR STEP 5 gl C t A10 M y d The Great Brg Doorstep floated down the Mrssrsslppr and landed rn front of the Crochet home on December I6 l945 ThlS Senior Class Play xx as the frrst of the rhr e act productrons given rn Morgan Audltorrum thrs vear The plot dlf ferent from that of the usual hrgh school play was a mrxture of humor and pathos drama and comedy Charlie s Aunt . . . from Brazil where the nuts come from . . . was the all-school production of l944-45. The old-time favorite in l9th century costume will be remembered as two very pleasant hours of good fast-moving comedy. 4 CHARLIEYS AUNT B I my -vv L Cast Mlss Wetzel Ellsworth Hacks Kung Carey Bites Capps McCracken Cox McQueen Gage Rasmussen Cornwall Stage Craft Nell Bowers Stlllwell Walter Act Two Haskins Miss Wetzel The SIX more o less hard worlcrng members of the Stagecraft class bullt three major sets, and also the stage settmgs for numerous assemblles thls year Xxfrth dynamlc energy lVl1ss Wetzel produced the plays wlth a freshness of ln terpretatlon, Oflglflal and tasteful stagmg and superb castlng ITII HIT! Abnormal times, navy enlistments, the draft. and well-paying part time employment have all left their mark on our inter-scholastic athletics. However, a more extensive intra- mural program was carried out in E. H. S. this year, with the emphasis on individual physical fitness. YELL LEADERS lnny Ixoehn and Pat Pattlllo who eryed as y II leaders thrs year brought color and pep to our football and ba lcet ball game FOOTBALL CRIPPLES The los of several key men through rnyurre thls year was deeply felt by t Ellen our el ven and greatly handl Capped the entlre Blue and White foot ball ea on POINT CLUB Qtrlctly an athletle group the Pomt Club glrls held regular turnouts after school to I arn new games and to lmprove thelr slcrlls rn all glrls sports WINNING INTRAIVIURAL TEAM The Devlls came through wlth nlne wms and no losses ln the noon lntra mural basketball games to talce the cham plonshlp tltle ACCESSARY GROUPS 37 FOO PB ALI Q. 1 '5 p F-' er Ca En e Haskms Bongon !-1 H r Botto1 Hansen Balyeat Kontos Wales T ay Hike Mead XV1tl1 Qeptembel came brlglwt plo pectx fox a buccessful football Neaeon m E l-l S Then unfonseen probl ms mcludmv the po tponement of school and an unuxual numbel of mlurnee led to a clam xean lol the Ellemburv elexen Leo l-lalxe lnald luttmg tackle was Choa n tantam, and xx as also xoted the meet xaluable play Cl xx lille olmm Paul on mon the coxetecllnsp11at1onalAward Boasting at least ten retumino lettepmet, the Bulldogs are loolainu forward to a better showinu next year. 1.8 FOOTBALL mia l Top Norllng Lynch Hanneman Watts Stlllwell Jorgensen Paulson Squad Top row Bowers Hanson Hanneman Mead Glllesole Jorgensen Paulson Schmltz Kontos Hake Ness Coach Henry Second row Qulcksall Casper Fuller Cady Engel Hanks Haskins Bonjornn Houser ONen'l Harris Haberman First row Johnson Muller Thayer Wales Pless Jones Polley Hayes Ambos Lamb l ' if O , 3 b 20 A - K 0 3 DSW' 5 7 ' ' l9 D 7 ' 20 V e . X 6 20 5 6 Z7 Y H , 0 26 1 l'1l,U'll lIl"l"'Il lll'IXllY Pusher Ellensburv Ellenslourg Ellensburv Ellensburv Ellensburg Ellensburv Ellensburv SCORES Cashmere Wenatchee Yakxma Toppemsh Wapato Cle Elum Cle Elum 7 I 39 BASKETBALL Top Chuck Harrls Ray Watts Delmar Engel Melvin Jorgensen Dave Ramsay Bob Mitchell Don Swangler Bulldogs Wilson Ramsay Engel Jorgensen Watts Swangler Norllng Mntchell Johnson Harris lv 0 Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Klttltas Cashmere Wenatchee Hughllne Pune Clty Wapato Cle Elum Cle Elum Yakima Highland SCORES Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg 31 Selah Wapato Wenatchee Cashmere Yakima C e Elum C e Elum Pasco Selah Kennewick 39 ' ' 15 45 .' 40 16 40 43 22 28 . 27 ' ' 38 42 45 ' 31 45 ' Ellensburg 36 Selah 48 Ellensburg 45 Toppenish 57 31 30 l ' 28 44 34 I . 'A 44 53 36 35 ' 27 35 52 ' 34 ' VHAFH l'Al'l. Nl-I IN 4 BASKETBALL 1 pg Glu 3 J Wy W llp W BIWI Turmng ln hrs last year as basketball mentor Coach Paul Nelson developed a t am of whxch any school mlght be justlv proud The I944 45 basketball team may not be remembered for thelr wms but they wrll be remembered for thelr hustle ball hawlcmg and comp tlllVC spmt Captaxn Don Norlmg wmner of the lnsplratlonal Award was one of the best and most conslstent all around players ever to wear the Blue and Whlte sald Coach Nelson who IS not noted for over statements 41 1st 00 s 4 h 2nd TRACK Sig xxx Angerman Nell Paulson Dew Irgens Jorgensen Haskins Dlllon Casper Peach Watts 49 Aprnl 20 H S Cle Elum 46'2 Easton 6'2 S 2n S S lTle s rd 2nd rd 3rd 2nd nd rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd HH LH Vault 1 Mule Vault L H H H DISCUS 22 Mule Javelin Duscus Shot 4 lx 1 It l 1 N 1 lllll 1 N 4 1 s 4 Aprnl 27 Yakima 54 115 Wenatchee 53 115 H S 40 Cle Elum 15115 rd S S 2nd 2nd lTleJ 4th 2nd 220 HH LH Mule Vault -Sth B Jump 2nd Vault lTueJ 4 Ml e 2nd Javelin 4th-880 3rd Shot 2nd Duscus May 4 Wenatchee 67 H S Cle Elum 26 2nd S 2nd 2nd s lTle 4th 4th 4th S 2nd s 2nd 2nd -ith 0 LH HH Mule Vault Discus 20 B Jump Mile Javelun Duscus Shot May 11 H S Yaklma ' Cle Elum 26' Selah 22' 2 Easton 5 1st 20 2 L H H 2nd Vault ITICP rd S S 'ird rd 2nd rd Mule Vault HH BJAn Mule Javelur' 3rd-140 1st Dlscus 2nd Shot 3rd 00 May 19 May 26 YVIAA State 1 ,, "A V i J . . g D f 2 ' Vx: ' :I y 7 1 X :f I i 1 V' '?'x ' g if ' f A X x . 1 41' , as 1 I . f K - , Q J - ' ! Sl,l'.Xll2 T1-11 nm: Mr. N -lsfm, lli--las, l'zl1lls4-11, l"','lll'I', Sill ll 1 -ss, Mills-r, l'4ll's1uls, XY: lls. .I-1111.-xxs-All, llzlke-, lI'Xn-ill. l 1 ll Vzmsp-br. S--wnul 1' vw: Ix',:m1.', N -il, l7l'lYt'l', l'r:lt1-r. Kr , llillllllllllll, lhivlesml, l,Xl1l'll, XY'ls-ln. l -w. l"i1 1 1 NN ll:l1ns:lA'. llzlsliins, .XIl2Pl'lll1lll, l'ulll-y. XY-.'l, llnss. 1'-"xxx -ll, Alxllum, llritl, ull. 51 1'l"I'1 1.11: l'zll1lslfx1 llaxlil- xvilllx li2lSklllF E. . . 69 ' . E. . . 49'3 ' E. . . 49 49 7 ' E. . . 2X5 2 1 t-'100 t -100 --100 -1 1 t-220 3 - -22 -2 ' d- . . 1 1- . . 1 t- . . nd- . . 1 t- . . 1 t- . . - . . 4th- . H. 1 If -- 1 1- , - , v- . 3 -1 . 3 - I- 1 if 1 1- I - . . -H. H. - ' 12- . . 3 - Z . -L. H. - 0 - . -2 - -220 -- - . 3 - . L 'D ' 2 - ' th- Al 1 t- ' - ' 3 - ' - ' - ' 3 - -880 1 t--L40 -100 - :wo ' :1 S luuvllv---xllufl'Z41f--141.313 lmllv- -Q'S.h....I1-Q-.111-4111 lf. 11.4. x ill. hvc TENNIS if TENNIS Boastmg few experrenced players the l945 tennls season was not one of vrc tones rn mterscholastlc C0mpCtltl0D I-loldmg prellmlnary matches before the all valley meet the E. H S squads gamed valuable expenence Unusual determlnatlon was shown by the grrls squad coached by Mlss ulay des Baker Wrth real enthuslasm they were busy on the E H S courts every mght untll SIX o clock and the competltlon for top POSITIONS was keen TR ACK The 1945 track squad wlll be rememb red not as a squad ln whrch a fem stars took frrsts at every meet but as a tearn worlclng together wlth members gath ermg polnts rn all departments Each boy travellng vwlth the squad came through rn hrs own drvlslon when he was n eded most and lt was thrs teamwork whlch defeated Yaklma ln the Northern DIVISION Elrmmatlon Meet 43 I 1 , , Xl. I ' K v. ,, I ' A , ',. I " ,. IQ Q .I f I ' s.. 'I'op: Kim: Wits' rl .'lwlIff:1 1'-fx Aluzzzrll " 'I " I1 z I: Iioys' S-11111412 XVI: ,fl -I , V' 'I : I-" Alf: V: 1' T1 ' " l'- I "l. :'-I-. I -l ' ICI' 1 , ,' 'L ul", Nfvrl' .:. Ifx-4.111 r- 2 ,,M- M ll, 'l - 1 . ' . , - , . . . . . . . , . K, ' , - . . . . . , . . . , . . A - . Q . . E L . . 7. - . , r , . . . . . O , Q , . K, . , .. . I Realizing the significance of the Clays in which we are now living, we have presented the important school and wforlcl news items of l944-45 together, so that we can tie our small part of American life to a momentous year of worlcl history. SEPTEMBER GCTOBER 7x September: October: 11. Invasion of Germany from the West. 18. School opens. 1Lat,e again.r 19. Finland signs armistice with Moscow. Bridge across Rhine captured First football game Ellensburg 27 Cashmere Wenatchee 13, Ellensburg 0, Fire prevention program. Yakima 19. Ellensburg 7. MacArthur lands on Leyte Toppemsh 20 Ellensburg 7 Battle of Luzon Nam Dau Program Wapato 20 Ellensburg 6 Baldvtm tests begin A' ...JV .al NJCV EM BER DECEMBER Noxembex Elllbfl VICIOTX 1n PaClf1C progmn Cle Elum 27 Ellenebmg 6 Roosex elt IC elected Cle Elum 26 Ellensbuxg Thank.sg1x111g YHCSIIOD FIYQI a1r 1a1d on Tokxo exnce Doohttles. ralr Jumoz Prom Armac Land1r1gS Semor Plan Germam launch counteroffenme mto Bel glum Ellensbuxg 40 Cakhmere 16 Chrlstmas xacatxoh Wenatchee 22 Ellemburg Lexte Samar campalgn closed German offenme 1l'l meet brought to Qtandsull Hlghlme 38 Ellemburg 21 Pme Cm 31 Elle-11Kbu1g 4:1 45 1 . -Q ' 'I Dec 1'f 1. A A- ' ' ' 4- 1. 1. ' - . 3' Q M , 1 7. A .. 8. ' 1. ' '- . 16. .. - - 11. . - - 0. 22 ' . 1 23-24. U Af. - A 4. .R I .Q E' 23S - . ' f 4 ' 1 K Ae - - ' 11 43. so, A . .1 - '. JANUARY FEBRUARY Januaxx Febxuarx Ellensburg 36 Selah 48 Wapato 31 Ellensburg 54 Im aslon of Luzon Cle Elum 44 Ellensburg 28 RUSSIRH meter offensne started Ellensburg 44 Cle Elum a3 Ellensburg 35 Yakima 27 Ellensburg 52 Hlghland 34 Selah 44 Ellensburg 40 Wapato 42 Ellensburg 40 Wenatchee 42 Ellenlsbmg 28 913 Prxsoners freed on Luzon Ellensburg 42 Cashmere 26 Entrx 1nto Manxla World Trade Union Conference opens MacArthur announces capture of Manlla Ellensburg 45 Yaklma 37 Budapest falls All School Plaw Cle Elum 32 Ellensburg 30 009 Jap planes and 13 ShlDS destroxed Flfth fleet U S forces enter Germany at 10 polnts Ivo lnvaded Corregldor landings Cle Elum 39 Ellensburg 34 Turks declare war on Axls 5. . . 2. ' . - f . 6- . ". 3 . . 9' ' ' 41 g A ' ' . ' 124 , I - - 6. ' .A 13. . ' . 9. . ' - . l 17. Russians take Warsaw. Euensburg 45, Toppemsh 37' 19. . A . lsr lx 20. ., . . . .4 A 26. '. '. ' . ' . . A' 27. . . ' , 17. . . J L' . 19. ' ' . A b 23. . w . MARCH APRIL March YVIAA Toumament Ellensburg 36 Pasco 3a Selah 45 Ellensburg 35 Cologne falls YVIAA Tournament Kennevu 1Ck 33 Ellens burg 31 U S' Flrst Arms crosses Rhme and establlshes beachhead Nazx Saar Basm defenses collapse Mandalax falls Amerxcan and Brxtxsh forces start mass clots lngs of Rhme Invaslon of Rvuks us Easter Cantata Sprmg Vacatlon Aprll Easter Moscov. denounces neutralxts mth Tokxo Semor Ball Rooses elt s Death Pan American Club Program Track Cle Elum here Track here Yaklma Wenatchee and Cle Blum 'VIus1c Festnal at Yakuna 48 2-3, . , '. 1. . ' I a . ' 5. .' A. ' I. T. ' , 6' Q ' ' 12. ' '. . 7. I V . F, I . . A 13- .- 4 . 20. . . 16. Iwo Jima battle over. 19,938 casualties. 25 Opening of San Francisco Conference' 20. ' ' . . . T' . -L , 22. ' A ' '. . . - 5- - - - ' 26. .' B g .. 28. . 29-30. ' ' . Nl.-XY UNE Q' -lays Triple E Tolo. June The fall of Rangoon. Churchill and Truman proclaim V-E Days. 400 Superfortress raid on Tokyo. Mothers' Day Tea. Supremacy Conteet . . . Seniors won. Spring Concert and Industrial Arts Exhibit. YVIAA Track meet at Yakima. Senior Tea. State Track meet. Baccalaureate. Sermon by Rev. Paul Deane Hill. asgisted by Rev. W. M. Martin. Rev. T. M. Pyle. and Rev. Luther Strommen Senior Picnic. Class Night exercrsex. Graduation of the Class of 19-15. Invocation DY Rev. J. R. Erwin. Valedictcrian . . . Shirley Beck. C0-salutatorians . . . Robert A Erline Anderson. Ixmlizzirn emit Emu'-X lv-un . . . lite! j-0-:cr l':it Hltllllfrf .lin.:w' -..4-- 1: 11' ta V 4' .izfl nv-xx xx- lmx-' E'-fv lim' mn of tln X-nwz' inn-i1'r'l1x ml-vvarw tl-z 1- ' ' SHI ry, I'.mt. nderson and Our gratitude is extended to the Ellens- burg merchants and business men whose sup- port has made the publication of this year book possible. For their considerable help, we also wish to express our sincere thanks to the Wester'n Engraving and Colortype Company, to the Record Press, and to all others whose sugges- tions, advice, and time have aided us in pro- ducing this boolc. 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