Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

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The 'following pages show fhe Ellensburg High School S+uden+ Body a+ work and play. tying Thaf fhis nafion may have progress and leaders, ifs youfh musf be educafed. Thaf ifs youfh may be educafed fhey musf have feachers and schools. Buf fhese alone will nof equip fhe youfh fo successfully solve fhe problems fhey musf face. Work foo, will be necessary. Science, govern- menf, language, business, vocafions, mafhemafics, arf, afhlefics, and music are only a few of fhe fasks fhaf kepf fhe sfudenfs working. The assefs more fhan balanced fhe debifs of fhe I949-i950 school year af E.H.S. Bulldog feams gave a very credifable showing in afhleficsg musi- cians gleaned oufsfanding rafings for fop qualify perform- ancesg acfors, gained plaudifs for near-professional pres- enfafions: painfers and sculpfors demonsfrafed fheir falenfwelli aspiring farmers, homemakers, and businessmen pracficed fheir frades. However, if was nof a year of all work and no play. The Junior Prom and Senior Ball vied for affendance honors, and fhe Triple E Tolo was equally well affended. The mosf imporfanf work of fhe year for fhe E.H.S. sfudenf body was successfully complefed. Four- hundred high school sfudenfs really made school fheir business. Every business has 'lhose who suppor+ il' behind Hue scenes, fhose who conlribufe wifhoul' publi- cilyg buf lhal does nol mean fhal' 'rhey are noi known and apprecialled. The school annual, lilce every Ellensburg High School sludenl' ac'l'ivil'y, has i'rs booslers among lhe lownspeople, The Klahiam wishes +o express Hs fhanks parlicularly +o +he businessmen of The fowng for wifhoui lheir assisfance, 1-his annual and lhe ones before il, would nol have been produced. ln apprecialion for all 'rhey have done for lhe yearbook, lhis l950 edifion of +he Klahiam is dedicaled lo +he busi- nessmen of Ellensburg. awe did lie pldanmg, Q Mr. Giaudrone, Superintendent: Mr. Brown, Principal Dorothy Nelson I Secretary to the Principal , Mary MacLennan Secretary to the Superintendent 6 ADMINISTRATION The overall operation of running the school is one of administra- tion. We were indeed fortunate to have as our superintendent and our principal two men, pleasant to work withg men we were proud to serveg men we could call genuine friendsg men with the know-how of coordinating our various wants and needs. Mr. Angelo Giaudrone was the new superintendent at E.H.S. He IS a graduate of Cle Elum High School and Washingtoiu State College, where he received both his B.A. and M.A. degrees. Be- sides heing our superintendent, he was the president of the De- partment of Administration and Supervision of the Washingtori Education Association. Mr. William Brown was again principal of the high school. He was in daily contact with the student hody, keeping school in- terests and affairs running smoothly, and holding student welfare uppermost. He was also secretary of the Y.V.I.A.A., an office which he has held for the past thirteen years. R. Lockling, L. Gemmill, Mr. Brown, C. Sapp, K. O'NeiIl, J. Hanks A. S. B. A very active A. S. B. Council guided the students skillfully through the 1949-1950 academic year. New band uniforms were purchased and paid for with funds acquired from the selling of magazine subscriptions by all the students. The student body as a whole also assumed the project of improving school conduct, particularly in assemblies. Officers chosen by the stu- dents to lead them were Chuck Sapp as president, Larry Gemmill as vice president, Ruth Lockling as secretary, jerry Hanks as Sophomore Representative, and holding the money bag was Kathleen O'Neill, first girl treasurer in eight years. SCHOOL BOARD All citizens, particularly those with children in school, have an interest in the growth and development of our schools. Five school board members, with widely varied occupations, were the policy making group for the Ellensburg schools. Dr. Carl Olander, is a Medical Doctor, joe Kendall is the manager of KXLE, Ed Rogel is a member of the CWCE staff, james Reese is an indepen- dent business man, and Frank Billeter is a farmer. These men combined their abilities to help Ellensburg High School. They made our school their business in 1949-1950. 921: " J ames Reese 1 1-35 - 11 cc.-. tlgfffg A3 v ig, 4 ae -W if ,ai Frank Billeter Joe Kendall Dr. Carl Olander, Chairman Edward B. Rogel is ia. ef il i.....L .W ,w 4 I A lil' """"'-fi 7 ame an tie la ww, Miss Baker, D, Phillips FACU LTY W'ith helpful suggestions and open minds, the faculty helped us with the business of equipping ourselves physically, mentally, and spiritually for good citizenship. They will be remembered as men and women who were always interested in our future, even when we were more interested in the blonde next to us and the social present. New teachers that joined the staff this year were Mr. Lloyd Rowley, Mr. Russell Wiseman, Mr. james Staakestad, Mr. Edward Camealy, and Mr. Hugh Hedges. Miss Marian Klobucher returned to E. H. S. after a year's absence, during which she did graduate work at the University of Washington. GLADYES BAKER: Health Coordinator, Girls' Tennis Coach, Point Club, Athletic Club. MERLE BARNHILL: G. Larsen, Mr. Barnhill ' Industrial Arts, Activity Assistant. Mr. Gates, D. Cutting MAXWELL GATES: Speech, Stageftraft, Latin, Dramatics, Latin Club. N. Lunstrum, Mr. Henry, R. Overton WALTER HENRY: Health, Physical Education, Social Science, Driver Training, Baseball . Coach. IVAN HILL: Band, Boys' Tennis Coach, RUTH ARGALL: Public Speaking, Radio Production, Speech Correction. TED BOWEN : Physics, Chemistry, Boys' Counsellor and Guidance. C. Offer, M. Morton, R. Campbell, M. DePue, Mr. Hill C. Renfro, Mr. Bowen M. Lee, Miss Argall F- , ALICE JOHNSON: Library. l l J. ARTHUR JOHNSON: Agriculture, F.F.A., ludgiug Coach. E. Haberman, B. Minton, Miss Johnson EDWARD CAMEALY: Chorus, Music Festival. W s A MERLE KIBBE: , R.cal ,M.Jh ,J.G k , rson r 0 mon rowcoc Industrial Arts, Photography, Cam Club, Klahiam Advisor. Chorus, Mr. Camealy J. Hadley, Mr. Kibbe, L. Gernmill 10 MARION KLOBUCHER: Journalism, English, Senior Advisor. LEONARD LANE: Apprentice Carpentry. DELTON DAVIS: Vocational Shop, F.F.A. LINA MOULTON : Shorthand, Typing, Office Practice, B. Backman, Miss Klobucher, L. Engel Mr. Lane English, Spanish, Pan-American Club, Dramatics 2. D. Flower, Miss Moulton, M. Snowden K. Voris, Mr. Davis Mr. Nelson, M. Purnell L. Bradshaw, Mr. Purnell, D. Charlton PAUL NELSON: Mathematics, Track Coach. VIRGIL PURNELL: Biology, Bulldog Guard. D. Snodgrass, Mr. Rowley, T. Altice LLOYD ROWLEY: Distributive Education, American History and Civics, Football Coach, Basketball, Sophomore Advisor. ANNA B. SHUCK: Bookkeeping, Typing, Pep Club, Tri- Hi-Y, Klaliiam Advisor. D. Ross, H. Kontos, Miss Shuck 12 EDNELL SNELL: Home Economics, F.H.A. D. Jensen, Miss Snell MARIE DUNSTAN: HUGH HEDGES: Art, Art Exhibit, junior Class A Advisor' Enghsh, Study. vb I A Ama? 5 , Courson, Miss Dunstan B. Warren, Mr. Hedges, J. Cannot W. Hanks, Mr. Staakestd, R. Hall J. Bluher, Mr. Sterns, B. Borden, J. Hanks JAMES STAKKESTAD: Mathematics, Cafeteria Accountant, Girls' Lockers, Senior T. A. Advisor. Advisor, F. RICHARD STEARNS: English, Assemblies. JEANETTE WARE: Councelling, Home Relations, Triple E, Home Economics, Girls' Advisor. RUSSELL WISEMAN: United States History and Civics, Basketball Coach, Football, junior Class Advisor. Teachers Take Time Out Miss Ware, B. Grove, B. Smith, L. Jeffers N. Morrow, Mr. Wiseman, T. Altice 14 D. McGuinnis, A. Burroughs, B. Thomas, G. Thomas CAFETERIA WORKERS "Food like Mothers' may not be the comment of the students in or out of line in the cafeteria, but does your mother cook 550 meals a day-79,500 a year? We doff our hats to the Mrs. Roy Ringer, Alice Bun- ger, Lucy Frear, Lula Frear, and Maud Dax is for their business of holding back our hunger until time to raid the icebox and spoil Mom's plans for dinner. Bill Oliver CUSTODIANS The janitors do the muscle work in running our school. As fast as the students threw paper on the floor and tracked in dust, snow, or mud, the janitors would pick up and sweep up behind them. They fixed lights, turned radiators on and off, removed a deceased but potent skunk left one night after play practice, and carried off the privee left in the square at Halowe'en. These were only a few of the jobs un- complainingly done by the men who make school their job twelve months of the year. The student body recognizes the splendid efforts of Al 'Bur- roughs, Bob Thomas, George Thomas, and Dick Mc- Guinnis. A. Bunger, L. Frear, Mrs. Ringer, L. Frear, M. Davis BUS DRIVERS Twelve buses, twelve drivers, thirty thousand gallons of gasoline, and forty thousand dollars, brought half the student body to school. Buses also carried teams, boosters, and the band to games, and ran taxi service for other large school groups. Each bus averaged ten thousand miles a year, Bill Oliver kept the school transportation fleet running steadily to and from E.H.S. 15 came weaken! 154662 to tie Zap. M. Stewart, K. O'NeiII, P. Seubert, P. Howarth, J. Kirby, B. Gardinier, L. Younie. .-, X ,f fl x. ws Q., s Kim ik : E K HE-new Ab inabeff Aden, Merle Allen, Frank Ballard, Shirle 723 V SENIOR CLASS The class of 1950 produced one hundred-seven graduates, eighty-eight of them having gone to E.H,S. for all three years of high school. The seniors were outstanding for several reasons. They practically held a monopoly in the field of drama and speech. Many talented students helped make school plays some of the best in years. Music was another strongly supported art. Many of the student body's finest instru- mentalists and vocalists performed for the final times in their high school careers. , The class also boasted a good share of three year letter- men. All were active socially too. The junior Prom, "Winter Wonderlantl", and the Senior Ball, "Rainbow's End," were well attended by both upper and lower classmen. The whole class enjoyed the junior Picnic at the Taneum and the Senior Sneak. Another big event was the "Sweetie Valentine" basket social, spon- sored, of course, by the senior class. The class of 1950 hopes to be long remembered for its varied talents and capabilities. Sm' Y , M s V... ffl Bgedfelfdifh A Beedle, Ethel r Bgelfon, Jo Ann Fenheff, Donna M is A WB1gyg,u Maw ,Hara QT.. fur' f'f'N .... Q , fiffgg : X is we I Q Shu Ill Bongorni, Barn BPUNKUS. Affhuf , Bunker, Elmer Bunting, Bonnie Jean Q! ! ,Ax CLASS OF l950 ABEL, ROBERT RONALD ,Borne- Transfer, La Grande, Oregon 4, F.F.A. 4, Livestock Judging 3, Football 2, Basket- ball Z, Intramurals 4. ADEN, GLEN-Music Festival 3. ADAMS, GENE ADEN, MERLA MAE--Student Leaders Conference 3, 4, Triple Trio 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Office Practice 4, Pep Club 3, 4. ALLAN, FRANK HANES-Class Vice Pres. 2, Treas. 4, Student Leaders Con- ference 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Potato and Livestock judging 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. Club 2, 3, Office Practice 4. BALLARD, SHIRLEY-Pan ,American Club 2, 3, Junior Librarians 3, Office Practice 4, Intramurals 2, 3. BARKER, KENNETH EARL-Chorus 2, Track 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. BECKNER, FRANK RAYMOND! Transferred, Seattle, Wash. 2nd Sem. 3, Chorus 3, F.F.A. 4. BEEDLE, EDITH ROSE4Pan American Club 2, 3, Junior Librarians 3, Office Practice 4, Intramurals 2, 3. BEEDLE, ETHEL RENE-Pan American Club 2, 3 Ofice Practice 4. BELTON, 'IO ANN BEVERLY QOH-- Student Leaders Conference 2, 41 Red Cross Council 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Music Festival 2, Klahiam Ed. Staff 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Conference fSan Franciscoj 2, Operetta 3. BENNETT, DONNA MARILYN- Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Triple Trio 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Klahiam Bus. 4, Tri-I-Ii-Y 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Smugettes 2. BLUNT, MARY LUCILLE-Transfer red 2nd semester, Langlie, Washington 3, Office Practice 4. CNSC, -,Mk , M Cleveland, Janice Coonrud, Roma Correll, Robert BUNTING, BONNIE jEANhTrans- ferred, Yakima, Washington 4. BUNKER, FREDERICK ELMER - Chorus 4, Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 2, Football 2 CEJ, 3 CEj, 4 QED: Basket- ball 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. CAPPS, BEVERLY IOANNE-Red Cross Council 2, 3, Band 2, 4, Chorus 4, Music Festival 2, 4, Point Club 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Pan American Club 2, 3, junior Librarians 4, Office Practice 3, Counsellors 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. CHASE, JACK LEE-F.F.A. 3, Potato Judging 2, Bulldog Guard 4, Track 3, 4. BRUNE, LOUIS+Transferred from Col- orado 4, Stage Crew 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, Track 3. BOERSMA, WILLIAM CARR fBillj- Chorus 4. Cutting, Don Dawson, Faye f H53??i?55ZfQZQi.f2Zal5' V . .. ' ' . lm Awe 2553 V3 "Vi, F N' A .' 2 - A L .. .,.... . I A "r',' as 3 ' ' , ..... " ' ff ..,. . "3 if 'E Q- Z' 5 .V . .thi 2 v' V- , ' ---- A ., I 'ii'f'T I ,.. . . ' de -50091 JOHN Louis Brune ' --- a , , , mr p f Eastham, Forrest EVGYIS, B Flower, Donna Gardinier, Bob CLASS OF I950 BONIORNI, LAVURENCE ALBERT fljarneyj-Student Leaders Conference All School Play 2, Chorus 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Team Manager, Baseball 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Youth and Gov't. 3. BRATTKUS, ARTHUR LEE QArtj- Projection Crew 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Guard Z, 3, 4. COONRAD, ROMA BURDETTE! Transferred, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Junior Class Pres. 3, Junior Class Play 3. CORRELL, ROBERT VERNON QBobj -Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 4, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3. CUTTING, DONALD RAYMOND, fDonj-All School Play 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 4, Projection Crew 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4, Klahiam Bus. 4, Radio Production 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play de IONG, ,IOHN CHARLESf-Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4. DAWSON, FAY LOIS-Office Practice 4: Retail Selling 4, DEPUE, MARVIN DALE--Projection Crew 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DOAK, YVONNE-Student Leaders Conference 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Klahiam Bus. 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. DREYER, HELEN--Band 2, Chorus 2, Music Festival 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Office Practice 4, TriHi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3. EASTHAM, ARCHIE FORREST CFor- reyjfClass President 2, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 3, 4, Football 4 CED, Basketball 2, 3 CED, 4 Base- ball 2 CED, 3 QED, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. EVANS, ELVA MERLE-Chorus 2, Music Festival 2, Office Practice 3, 4. EVENS, BEATRICE MAE fBeaj- Student Leaders Conference 4, Chorus 4, Music Festival 4, Point Club 3, 4, Ath- letic Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, junior Librarians 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4. FLOWER, DONNA-Chorus 2, Music Festival 2, Office Practice 4, Junior Li- brarians 4. FOSTER, WARREN-Projection Crew 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, Intramurals 2. GANNON, MARY .IO-Red Cross Council 2, Orchestra 3, Pep Club 3. GARDINIER, ROBERT MONTGOM- ERY fBobbiej-Projection Crew 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Livestock Judging 3, 4. GREETAN, DONALD fDonj-Trans- ferred from Kitsap. GRIFFIN, FAY ANNA+Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Flag Twirler 2, 3, 4, All School Play 4, Wenatcliee Drama Festival 4, Sr. Class Play 4. HABERMAN, ELEANOR ANN - Chorus 2, Point Club 3, Athletic Club 2, 3, Junior Librarians 4, Office Practice 4. CLASS OF I950 HALL, NELSON RUSSELL gamm- A.S.B. Sec. 3, Class Vice Pres. 3g Boys' State 35 Student Leaders Conference 3, 4, Orchestra 23 Latin Club 2, Pan Amer- ican Club 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 3, 43 Football 3 CED, 4 fEjg Track 2 QED, 3 CED, 4, Basketball 3 QED, 4 CED, Lettermen's Club 3, 4g Valedic- torian. HANKS, WILLIS CLARK-Class Pres- ident 3g Pan American Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 43 Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 2, 3, 4, Football 3 4 CED, Track 2 QED, 3 CEj, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4g Inspirational Track Award 33 State Track Meet 3, 4. HANSEN, NORMAN ALLEN-All School Play 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Klahiam Bus. 2g Klahiam Photo Staff 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Cam Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3 CED, 4 QED, Baseball 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3 4. I-IANSON, JANET LOUISE-Smudg ettes 3, Band 25 Chorus 3, 4, Music Fes- tival 2, 4, Office Practice 4, Klahiam Ed. Staff 3, Sr. Class Play 4. HARREL, SYLVIA JEAN-Retail Sell- ing With "Rainb0w's End" as its theme the 1950 Senior Ball was effectively staged on the evening of March twenty-fifth. I spite of decorating restrictions in the new Lincoln School cafeteria, the theme was carried out in an ingenious manner. Real trees in groves, sprayed in shades of yellow, rose, and blue shaded the walls. Billowing clouds suspended from the lights lowered the ceiling. A multicolored rainbow swept down one wall and seemed 4. B. MacDougalI, M. Vance, J. Hanson, N. Hansen. to drown itself in a moss and flower covered pool in one corner. A white bridge spanned the pool, and flower fes- tooned white picket fences surrounded the scene. During the evening many happy dancers had their photographs taken in the nook at the "Rainbow's End." Sixty-three couples and their guests dancing to the music of the Combo, as- sured everyone that the Senior Ball was a real social Success. SENIOR BALL-"RAINBOW'S END" l '4P"f" Hatzenbeler, Mae Herr, Ramona Hickenbotfom, Bob X Hill, Shirley '. ' Shafer., ': 'ia -lefferS,ALoushq , L. ,.S,lQl'm9l!,.Q9n - Jump, Lawrence WKglly,uQgslm M , , ,hKgpijgear, Howarth, Putnam CLASS OF I950 HARRISON, BETTY JEAN-Councel- lors 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Retail Selling 4. HATZENBELER, MAE MARIE-Chor- us 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, Point Club 3, Athletic Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Office Practice 4, Retail Selling 4. HERR, RAMONA ANNE-HChorus 2, Music Festival 2, Councellors 3, 4, Kla- hiam Salesman 3, Retail Selling 4. HICKENBOTTOM, ROBERT EUGENE CBobJ-All School Play 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3. HILL, SHIRLEY MAUREEN-Orches- tra 3, Chorus 2, Music Festival 2, Junior Librarians 3, Counsellors 3. HOWARTH, PATRICIA JEAN CPatJ -Student Leaders Conference 2, 4, All School Play 3, Point Club 3, Athletic Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Klahiam Bus. 2, 3, 4, Klahiam Ed. Staff 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Radio Produc- tion 2, 3, 4, Youth and Gov't. 3, Tennis 4, Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 4, JEFFERS, LOIS QJaeJ-Smudgettes 4, Chorus 4, Music Festival 4, Pan Ameri- can Club 2. JOHNSON, DON-Track 2 CED, Foot- ball 3 QED. JOLLO, JAMES fJimjfF.F.A. 2, 3, 4. JUMP, LAWRENCE GERARD--Base ball 2, 3 CEJ, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4, I A 3 'KJ 4' ' -'i" Qs T Kirby, Jack Lance, Russ Boersma auctions them off at the basket social. Latin Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3. KELLEY, KATHRYN GEIL -4 Triple Trio 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Rep. to Girls, League 2, Flag Twirlers 3, 4. KINNEAR, BEVERLY JANE-Trans ferred Portland , Ore 3, All School Play 2, Band 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festi- val 2, 3, 4, Junior Librarians 4, Office Practice 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Cam Club 3, 4, Song Leader 2, Sr. Class Play 4. KIRBY, JACK ELROY-Class Treasur- er 2, Student Leaders Conference 3, All School Play 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council Locking, Ruth I Mocbougall, Bruce MGISHOU Glb Cigar K "f, 55" S Preston, George Price, Richard CLASS OF l950 3, Chorus 4, Radio Production 2, 3, 4, Yell Leader 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4. KITTS, DAVID HAROLD QDavej- Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4. LANCE, RUSSELL GARY fRussj-- Class Treasurer 3, Chorus 3, Latin Club 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3. LOCKLING, RUTH MARIE-A.S.B. Sec. 4, Student Leaders Conference 3, 4, All School Play 3, Red Cross Council 3, Triple E 3, 4, Point Club 4, Athletic Club 3, 4, junior Librarians 4, Councel- lors 4, Klahiam Bus. 3, Cam Club 3, 4. MacDOUGALL, ALLEN BRUCEfAll School Play 2, 3, Red Cross Council 3, Band 4, Orchestra 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3. 4, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4. MARSHALL, VICTOR GILBERT QGibj -Football 2, 3 QED, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2 3 QED, 4, Let- termen's Club 3, 4. MELLERGAARD, LAUREN-F.F.A. 33 Livestock judging 3, Football 3, 4 QED. MINTON, BETTY ,IEAN---Chorus 4, Pan American Club 2, Junior Librarians 4: Office Practice 3, 4, Councellors 4. MITCHELL, 'IENNIE ELLEN-Student Leaders Conference 2, Triple Trio 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 4, Point Club 3, Athletic Club 2, 3, junior Librarians 4, Councellors 2. 3, 4, Tennis 4. MONROE, JOHN RICHARD flfuzzyj flntramurals 2, 3, 4. MUNSON, JOHN LOUIS-Chorus 4, Music Festival 4, Pan American Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Tennis 3, 4, Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Basket- ball Team Manager 2, 3. O'NEILL, KATHLEEN ANN-A.S.B. Treas. 4, P.E.O. Award 3, Student Lead- ers Conference 2, 3, 4, Point Club 3, Athletic Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Klahiam Bus. 3, 4, Klahiam Ed Staff 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 4. OVERTON, SALLY ELLEN-Girls, State 3, Student Leaders Conference 2, 3, Klahiam Ed. Staff 2, 3, 4, Art Con- test 2, 3, 4. Pugh, Burton Shaw, Albert HUP' BBW! Pessv Schille, Sue Q- Shuey, Pai' Schnebly, Jane , f 21 CLASS OF I950 PASSENGER EILEEN EDNA-Trans- ferred Naches, Washington 3, All School Play 2, F.H.A. 2, Pep Club 2, 4, Tri-Hi- Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Retail Selling 4, Girl's Letter Club 2, Ski Club 2. PEFFERS, BEVERLY IUNE-Music Festival 4, junior Librarians POLLEY, DONNA ARLENEwPoint Club 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Librarians 4, Office Practice 4, Intramur- als 2, 3, Flag Twirler 2, 3, PRESTON, GEORGE CLIFFORD-Std dent Leaders Conference 4, Pan Amer- ican Club , 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Track 2 3 CEL 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 3, 4, State Track 4. PRICE, RICHARD LEE fDickj4Stage Crew 4, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 2, 3, Intramurals 3. PUGH, BURTON j.-F.F.A. 2, Baseball 2, Intramurals 2, 3. RASMUSSEN, BETTY jEANwOffice Practice 4. SAPP, CHARLES TAYLOR fChuckj- Transferred from Miami, Fla.-A.S.B. Pres. 4, Rotary Award 3, F.F.A. Speech Centests 3, Student Leaders, Conference 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, Football 4 QED, Intramur- als 4, Lettermen's Club 4. SCHNEBLEY, JANE-Students Leaders Conference 2, 3,45 Red Cross Council 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Klahiam Business 2, 3, 4, Klahiam Ed. Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. SEUBERT, MARGARET LOUISE fPeg- gyjAStudent Leaders Conference 2, 3, 4, All School Play 3, Point Club 3, Ath- letic Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Klahiam Bus. 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y 3, 4, Radio Production 2, 3, 4, Youth and Gov't 4, Tennis 4, Y.V.I.A.A. Tourn- ament 4, Graduation Speaker 4. SHAW, ALBERT WARREN-Bulldog Guard 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Baseball Team Manager 2. ' SHUEY, PATRICIA IOANNE fPatj-- Chorus 2, Office Practice 4, Retail Sell- ing 4. SMALLWOOD, JOAN BETH Uoj- Pep Club 3, 4, Pan American Club 2, Klahiam Ed. Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Ten- nis 3, 4. SNOWDEN, MARTHA ANNfClass Secretary 4, Orchestra 2, Music Festival 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Office Practice 3, 4. SORENSON, ALBERT LEE-Latin Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3 CED, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Youth and Government 3, 4. SPEIRS, BOB BRUCE-Projection Crew 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Livestock judging 3, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4. SPURLING, LESTER GENE-Projeo tion 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Livestock judging 2, 3, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4. STERMER, RUDOLPH HARLAND- Projection Crew 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Basketball Team Manager 2. 4 Ps t ... lg '7 I I Vance, Mary Van Woert, Bob Q Warren, Lester WGSYI DOWYIYY , CLASS OF I950 STEVENSON, PETER KENNETH- Stage Crew 2, Projection Crew 3, F.F.A. 2, Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, I-Ii-Y 4, Tennis 4, Intramurals 2, 3. STEWART, MARTHA ELIZABETH- Speech Contest QState ResourcesD 4, Red Cross Council 2, 3, Student Leaders Conference 2, 3, 4, All School Play 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Triple E 2, 3, 4, Point Club 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Klahiam Ed. Staff 2, Co-Editor 3, Edi- tor 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Newscast 4, Radio Production 2, Tennis 3, 4, Elks Es- say Contest 3, French 3, 4, Wenatchee Drama Festival 4, Youth and Govern- ment 3g Sr. Class Play 4, V,V.I.A.A. Tournament, Salutatorian. STOWE, FRANK WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Apple and Livestock Judg- ing 3, 4, Track 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. THIERKOFF, CAROL ANN--Student Leaders Conference 4, All School Play 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 3, Radio Production 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. THOMAS, DIXIE. M.-Class Sec. 3, Pan American Club 2, 3, Retail Selling 4. TREADWELL, PAT--Transferred, Wal- la Walla, Wash. 3, Chorus 2, Music Fes- tival 2, Junior Librarians 3, Office Prac- tice 4, Klahiam Photo. Staff 4, News- paper 2, Radio Production 2, Basketball 2 QSPD, Baseball 2, Tennis 2, Intramur- als 2, 3, French Club 2. TURNER, NORMA JEAN QTexD- All School Play 2, Chorus 2, Office Practice 4, Councellors 4, Operetta 2, Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4. UUSITALO, JACK RUSSELL QRussD- A.S,B. Soph. Rep. 2, Student Leaders Con- ference 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Ra- W- ---- . am f 529 N xv, :vm M, X aus, X fc " 4 L t.. N Varnum, Ron mx? QPSK, fi wa' I T75 .- , ' . 5, ' h Wines, John dio Production 3, Football 2 QED, 3 QED, Basketball 2, Team Manager Track 2.. VANCE, MARY KAY-Student Lead- ers Conference 4, All School Play 3, 4, Red Cross Council 3, Band 2, 3, 4-, En- semble 2, 3, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Ath- letic Club 2, Counsellors 4, Klahiam Ed. Staff 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Wfenatchee Drama Festival 4, Youth and Government 4. VON WOERT, ROBERT QBobD--Chor- us 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2 QED, 3 QED, 4 Basketball 3, Baseball 3 QED, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3. VARNUM, RON G.--Pan American Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4 QED, Basketball 2, 3, 4 QED, Baseball 2 QED, 3 QED, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament 3, 4. VORIS, KENNETH WAYNE-Turkey Judging 3. WALKER, CHARLES EDWARD QEdD -Stage Crew 2, Klahiam Photo. Staff 2 'N X04 Varis, Ken Walker, Edward A Wippel, Janet Younie, Leslie ll, 1 3, 4, Cam Club 2, 3, 4. WARREN, LESTER BLAINE-F.F.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 3. WATTERSON, CORNEILLIOUS CAR- MAC QNeilD--F.F.A. 2, 4, Track 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. WEST, DOROTHY JEAN--Chorus 2: Music Festival 2, Councellors 4, Sopho- more Triple Trio 2. VVINES, JOHN WILLIAM-Class Sec. 2, Boys' State 3, Junior Librarians 4, Foot- ball 3 QED, 4 QED, Track 3 Intra- murals 2, 3, Graduation Speaker 4. WIPPEL, JANET ANN-Red Cross Council 3, Point Club 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Councellors 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3. YOUNIE, GUY LESLIE QLesD-Class Vice Pres. 4, All School Play 2, 3, 4, Bull- dog Guard 2, 3, 4, Radio Production 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Wen- atchee Drama Festival 4, Sr. Class Play 4. Graduation Speakers: M. Stewart J. Wines P. Seubert R. Hall 23 ame came id! omg Za Mech god. JUNIOR CLASS xi M. Moe. J. Cargo, P. Barton, K. Johnson, C. Offer, C. Case, K. Kaynor, D. Phillips. , Belton, Doris W cf Y 24 Mural ack 4- j - ,. W Gafford Ken Garrison, Chuck CLASS OF l95I The members of the Class of 1951, this year's juniors, were very diversified in their activities. Many students found their places in various sports, while some participated in dramatics, music and art. With an attendence record of sixty-three couples, the junior Prom, "Heaven Sent," proved that the class was socially inclined. The cheer leaders, whose business it always is to boost the school, were also members of the junior Class. All in all, our juniors spent a busy year working to make the Class of 1951 full-fledged partners in our businiss of school. f 'YP V. ,V li In - 5 f , . . . .1 Nawaz. y f gk W K it I -, ii' ,J i. ,5 . H' G aw. V in-if-if iii' Karen Marlene Jumn Larry Grove Barbara Allen Hep Helen if , ' .-:-- , ,-g Lag," -5312252 . .. ' ' " 1 " 55 , jffif' ,Q ' F55 - 123 jf. if 'V Q ' 1 Z. ,, M. ' x:. . Lampers, Eleanor Hgsvzwwgf 53,123 'L Larsen, Gordon i ,W 5' M r J N' S -1 . 'JB KQV, L -.L ,,,, fl ,K H . W v - f "ij,..:5.f " x Mover, Chrisfinal YGIICGS Minton, Bob 26 'SM if-, .-ag, , ... V -Q., ,- ,.L.. it A 4 L Kvkes, Beffy Kunert, Glen , , '-,,'. 1 ff-'ii . . l-'- f ""' "-' - - 'A 2355 ... XE Wk lx 3A E . Lomprey, Gale X is like We fq warn. .gn X. K A, Lee, Barbara iff M433 Joyce f N I E Mrs. Wiseman, Mr. Wiseman, J. Courson, Miss Klobucher, D. LUUSNUN: 959 Bowen, Mrs. Woods. W 'stall Sue Marcella Q. ... Morrow, Norma 'C Offer, M. .M ,us ,l QW i viii? :5' . f A t Mudd, ennwy ki . R- n. P-1 ' L H i .. 3 ',Q,nx.f'h.f. ft, Theresa Overton, Roy is ,. Nance, Mary Nason, Jo Ann ea Gif 'i , : ,f'lf' - I Paulson 1 Pays, Lorna P096 am for 'Vw .anew 'SE Merton ,we-V. Read, Hazel L 'K- W Q W 9., tv. gp- , if . ri 1 O :,Q-- f l ,,, ,, , , Renfro Carol Rule , Rd Shull Shirle Smith Be Margaret ' me +1 Q3 .v-ff -0" Y Y v Hy rf ffm' 1, ,,,, ,fi 'fi 1 43- QE y is re' kr, ,!,..f-f' V "" "L Bert Ward, Boyd ,-- Biehgtguylvaim JUNIOR PROM-"HEAVEN SENT" The night of December third heard excited high school students echo- ing the words 'QHeaven Sent". The junior Prom, first formal dance of the year, was attended by sixty-three couples at the Parish House. In accordance with the theme, fluffy clouds were studded with bright shiny stars. Angels adorned the walls while the orchestra appeared to float on another cloud. At the far end of the room were the stairs that lead to Heaven. Intermission entertainment consisted of a vocal solo by Geil Kelley and a trumpet solo by B. McCament. Dancing con- tinued until time to enter again the world of reality, snow. and cold, leaving heavenly beauty and mirth behind. J. Hanson T Altice l I Same yzmf azfcnted Za ww, l . ' W SOPHOMORE CLASS Sophomores, the beginners each year in our business of high school, did their part in mak- ing E. H. S. a going concern. Active in all clubs and activities, both boys and girls showed their talents especially in the field of sports. The boys won letters in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, and track, several girls showed athletic promise by doing well on the tennis ladder. At the Prom, the Ball, and the tolos, the Sophomores were present in large numbers. Every time the band performed or the chorus sang, sophomores were seen and heard. Al- though not represented in the school plays in large numbers, there were enough Sophomore-s participating to show interest and talent for coming years. Seated: J. Sorenson, L. Zickler. Standing: D. McNealy, J. Hanks. Y Q , , -i 3 s . ,, l ,g l I A A V, I e Q .ta 1. -':":E.:w5'f--' V P v ,V . is ' f. ,ts :" r . t 5 .. .. . 1 -. 5 in in ' I- , 5. gf-5 "" ,, 4. 'M ll, , ' 'W Z. ,.., r,. EA: I 1 K fy , Q fic ., E it AHQI if V f f. ---'. '- "',' ' i . ,:- - x ,M VJ V .,..' Y ,E X . K K -I V. .,.,.-: Ng M fs- Abel, Mary Adolf, Gerry Allen, Jimmy Anderson- Pl"Yn'5 Zlclrler, Larry Ballard BGflK6f1uElm9d8 30655. GGYOHG . i' ,ig:i.i., I 1. "I" ' ' a, Q, i All l - a . . ., ' . T? A ii'- , . ' t , M A . ,.:a if up -' ":t-, --,.g at - ' it 'N ' ' ' """' :fi 'Ti av- " .Q "iii, V ss. 1 I :..." ' 9 'J .Q --l: : V Vg: XV A-,.: .,, ' " .':' . '12 ' T., A . .-:'f ' 'Z-it A ':': , :'1 ' ' - -L 1 L. .. A---A--M fe., Beeman, Clarissa BGUMGN- Jimfmf Bluher, June Bvfden. BBHY Bowen, Dale Wehle, Catherine Brooks, Don BU""0U9l"5v Linden ,ef ' - 2 --..,. 11 ,9 L f m' - Y . H V ' i Q , 'W if: :::::' "" 2 5 g 1, uleulg u . it f .M 1 A M ,tm 1:-31525 , l 1-:es t - ., g ' , Q .,.. 1 I ,A ,Q Et -P I V if - ' at E- Q .'r- if N -"F ag.: , V , E E 5 "7" r ,..-,' f i' -L Q ,f - ..,.. J 1- " rlly y y r., a Y g s I , f , ..,, ' 5-MM' ':'- --""':-'- 155' - ,eoe ,L j,..,. ,Mm . 1 .. . ' 7" is Y- ' My igy lr..,.,.s .1-'IH ,I M Burrows, Pat Chindlail Qharlfon, David Aqluglug Church, Jaclrmm g H flown, Bnqagn Mslonnoi. Joirgw -Cnookejmlzciafta I COFHWGH. Raffiff - 28 f CLASS OF I952 AA.. -A 'i -. al -'l'3 -' ' ,i QI., il , - ' ' ,., 1, ' 1 , Correll, Barbara ' : wmv, Dyksira. Della fl' ,.,-,ps , xmaek WM iawmffii Evans, Del aaaa 2 Fredrick, Aris Q fin 'rf' Ala?" A Godes, Roberi' i Courson, Jean Derrick. DWl9lll Dillon, Jacqueline Dodge, Bill J . ia l Itll 1 X 4 " h 5' A M 7 . E A V A A.-PW' L .. :I n iss., af ' , -. ll " f 1 A 'i"i' I-- I V l sg .. : Mmm K K i.q:g,g:,g, W, Wrighl, John Edmison, Myrna Eldafl B05 Englvf PM A K gg ,Q V- , l i ma he K, a . -.., ' i , 1 ' ii A A b ggi W x K 7 L, x N, fig - , . Ferlhing, Wanda Ferguson, Ralph 4 W A 55 nu va W i 'B W if l ""' X lf?-F! Y 'fi' W Q Fredericlcson, Shirley Gapen, Willis ::f .-., . ll Jump. Dalen Y-vu' Plekherl Ma,-rbi Frank. Gordon JF: x :ff Q J gi? in V k sal' 'I ' A 1 E Qi wi Gemmill, Louise l Gibb, George : A 5 Q-gg, N wx A ,II x we ,N wk Dunning, Mary Jem l ' A -,.. . Es+ep.Susan ig., lv' Q1 i Frear, Joann I Glidden. Edith wg ':A,,a L P P F L , A ak l ,M lg A Y 5 uf-Breeiiwifood, Bill Hoberman, Wall Hadley. Joyce M H5995 MGVY AM :,. Aa I Q 2' U. i F, K l nail M Wm l'lorxl:rl.yla D , 'lk' 4 ,sf Wil Killian, Ann .:.:2E:Ef:':f" i ' ' " l l ' 1. 4 Lewis, Ja Ann '13 Q -wx, W2 a alal l l ' l , i f W. W M if f 1 x' b 'HQ' 5 .. , ' X 1 :W 1 A M -V Q ' Z., ., Hanlxins, Joyce Hanlcs, Jerry Harris, lrene Henry. Kay . HlckenboH9i2,NCha ,.,-- :Q ,V qu ' A A' 51' u p i , X 3 .I 5 - ..-- 4. A b i n -f 4 ,.,,., 2 , , ' .::: IAQLE -QE. I. .. -..,,. -, We - I '- '- ' l .V ' ' ff ig? X, 3 if -i ,E ,,:. -' .,,,,. . , .al . 212' 1 i W Houser, Jim Jacobs. Sianley 3 Jacroux, Shirley Jensen. DOYONVY Kenoyer, Cleona i f .,:' .IYQ K 'iv A ' ' Q A l H , H 'ff al' 55122: I: ,,,, I ,.,-- . -L ,K I K .. - ' , , A Kloclze, Mary 4 Kollen, Jolm Lambscln. laura Lavender, Ruth Lee, Marcia " M ' ""'fW"m?f? fx. l . - f- M if llll lfmgwrle 'V-- -'--i' W 2' . 1 W l l Q fix? l f f Q .i 1"-Q i i MW f lu- tg A , ., ,' fig, I fm! -EI, -:, ?., : 4 'WA Landrum! Gmc, Harris im Jim Malimis , John VMann, Jerry MGHWGWS. Fred QW 5 W 11 " A mmm i iig.g:ff.f4 my ie- if ' - f f-,,., '. ,pi .mf Es a as hi M, iiii,aa x gMnC8hjffvlLfgljN0f'X- f McClure. Ella' McCracken. Florsnce McKigy.HQoq M klvlclaclilanslblllijpgilix, Malfox, Lenna i P Mclvialsan. naw 29 1 1 J "...Q.f " W 'I h b A..- ww- Sf. "'. . if H E -... W I I I. . k x . , ,, . IT... ,, i t 5 x ':" -.. 1. MCNMWK Dafa Walker. Jim Meyer, Buniie 1' 1 ' X ' . . 5 V -' .1 : FE slltlt t , , V -,,,.,.. . . Ill -::-, V .qnn ' S :" 126' M '.,"':'-, " ffiiif e zur bimny M Morg an, Dixie MorgQ JaQkie ' H '." :Z N , .I 'V 1 Q, :V ' W 5 "--- ' jj. '. -. -:E 3 A . Q- .'.Q 22 'ff ' + if -" -Q+' . - - ,- V Morrow, Doss V Mpser, Eieancr iz -H .. .',. ..,. J 5- 'M' .. je... .- 3-f ..,. Y A I- A ' ' . 12 - 51 ,G---- V KA 'Q . ' :-' Q Q ' Muuall, Ruih A Ness, Roberfa O Nexll, Jim x qv . S ' ,YE Y Q-'76 . . ' V "2" . ,,A 1 Ph, M Q L aww. - A Pease. Logan A 'PW' 'W ou MM Warne. 305 t , , ' A", Q Y P s E ' ' :s.Ef"' . S i " ta. " I N , ."' wg . 2 ' .A,. WA . ,-.f s 3 ,YN I: IF" Purnell, Esiher f H35 ..:E':, I uzql K Smifh. Ouicksall, Louise Ouigiey, Cqroi A '53, ""' ,X Y - QE: 2 , ., .ggi ...' wif. Y "':" "","' Renfrew. Chu-ies Renfrgw' Wyman . -I -,-v ' ' ' H... H " Q'.V, i 'ZE5 - W '--:" mem, James Maw Snffdsfig Dm' 555,-ie? Thayer, Jane E 30 Mills, Be++y L..-..-0 4 H ,Jw Morris, Dwigfrt V :V .::v ""- .!. K Kp '-.. EV ,"' A. . L , Moulding, Mary E '.5ffjQ ':"i 5 QQ K "" "', N .--, . -'-- .. . ...S ,-" 'I Y?-if kPo15a23f a y"M ' . 5 Ream, Aim, 3 . V if 2 ,." " Na, S KN 9. ,. 3 Riley, Doiores .af CLASS OF I952 R. Godes, J. Hauser, K. Wins- ton, J. Sorenson, D. Morris. I i .i ,--. . -- -we X 'Q " '-"' 1 . G , Msngxgdg RGSVUUSSBH. Helen Rasmussen, LGROY Q Reese. Yfififfly J ,a-. gs- X N . -I ' V V 'L ,.,...,. ,..,., ' 5 ' . "'-' f 'Q f f' 'b E V 7 ""' L A ...,..,.-- A ,q ., 'QS .. .fl x ,.,. x 1 B Tyfer, Maxine H Rizef, Mary Lou Smailwdod, Diane gmifh, Allen W. fl A , " 7 3 -'v"' '--', A J x Hi ,, ., ! .' . p y. VZ . I V, A' . ,, I, , . ' f , . 3 ,,... ,,., f ..' -... QQ X' 2A l ,.,.2 " , V .. "A , H 'ff l 4 -. . " G . v,.v . , M IMS? .4 ng ':E .,-: A M J! iq :vi K K 1 I ' I M. M. ..,, 1 ......., M., .,.,..,.,, , ' ,,,, ,, AM.- ' ..:x,.,, .W f-,.,,,, Wyicox Jgyg, W,n5g.o,, Xmas-fi, Sorenson Joe Sioll Haroli 'Sfoppenbrmk Vernon SENIOR OFFICERS ' dana Zumeaa, SENIOR OFFICERS The Senior Class picked able officers to head them in the intricate business of be- ing high school seniors. Forrest East- ham, Les Lounie. Martha Snowden and Frank Allen held respectively the posi- tions of class president. vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Assisting as class advisors were Miss Klobucher and Mr. Staakestad. Rack: Mr. Wiseman, D. Davin. Front: M. Purnell, Miss Dunstan, L. Engel. B. Woods. I., Back-L. Younie, Mr. Staakestad, F. Eastham Front-Miss Klobucher, M .Snowden, F. Allen SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Although this year's Sophomore Class had no special project, there were occasions for the class to meet. A committee of three was appointed to meet with mem- bers of the other classes to pick a suitable design for the school rings and pins. Heading class meetings were: Ralph Fer- guson, president: jerry Hanks, vice-presi- dentg jimmy Allen, secretaryg and jim Gordon, treasurer. Mr. Rowley was the advisor. Under the efficient leadership of Mert Purnell, Bill Woods, Larry Engel, and Darwin Davis, president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively, the junior Class was led through a very suc- cessful year, Miss Dunstan and Mr. Wfiseman helped the class as advisors. Back: Mr. Rowley, R. Ferguson. Front: J. Hanks, J. Allen, J. Gordon. Same aaagfn' adciafzg an Me ' , 1 1-Q.-.frff'.',iQt!t51wwn1'Y.f41p1-ilfeiwi'I""""''i4.:!1.Z1'f.1 ,K 1:1 .1fi.,1.":f 'J .H--n ,,,,,,,.., ,.,.....,.,.,,. ....,.........-f--q,4 A ge5Qgfa3'a.:50-!-,'!s:'Tl'4f"ik""x.l!,.' F C. Haberman, E. Bunker, T. Altice, F. Eastham, B. Bachman, C. Sapp, J. Wines, N. Hansen, B. Paulson, D. Mudd 32 K 6 2 if , a ... .WM WP' lil A-f'1"X 'fi ,E f sw 4 'umm ... 4. 'mmmw kwa . A- . -uw ..',: sr-, ...- Exams: i If .rv . il will 'firm 'Us ll. ff' R. Varnum, L. Mellergaard, G. Marshall, B. Van Woert, S. Jacobs, K. Gafford, W. Hanks, D. Davis, R. Hall, M. Purnell. 33 Back Row: F. Mathews, B. Greenwood, J. Church, N. Hansen, I... Koester, J. 0'NeilI. 5th Row: N. Lunstrum, B. Bachman, J. Hake, C. Garrison, C. Warren, S. Corey, G. Haberman. 4th Row: D. Evans, B. Adcock, J. Houser, D. M rr D. Ch It J. S ' - o ow, ar on, towe, M. Kitts. 3rd Row. Coach Rowley, F. Eastham, T. Atltice, J. Wines, D. Davis, R. Hall, M. McLachlan. 2nd Row: W. Hanks, C. Sapn, B. VanWoert, D. Mudd, R. Varnum, M. Purnell. Front Row: B. Paulson, G. Marshall, S. Jacobs, K. Gafford, L. Mellergaard. FOOTBALL The 1949 grid season plunged like a stock market in panic and prosperity, "When it was good, it was very, very good, but when it was bad, it waslf' It took four games before the new coach, Stub Rowley, his assistant, Russ Wiseinan, and the green team hit pay dirt. Then the heightened spirit of the team spred over the entire student body. However unusual it might seem, this joint enthusiasm finally exploded midseason in a spree of three slashing wins in a row. The victories were hard fought and well-earned, and the losses were heartbreakers, especially the game dropped to Wapato, 14-13. It was right after this that the determined E. H. S. club responded with a sizzling 19-16 win over Toppenish. The triumphant march was halted only by Cle Elum in the annual Armistice Day Game, held this year in Ellensburg. Even then the fighting Bulldogs were defeated only in the sense of football. No one can deny the team respect for its perseverence and its coordinated working spirit. FOOTBALL SUM Dale lWhe1'e' Sept. 23 There Cashmere Sept. 30 I-lere Pasco Oct. 7 There Prosser Oct. 14 There Wapato Oct. 21 Here Selah Oct. 28 Here Toppenish Nov 5 There Marquette Nov. 11 Here Cle Elum 34 MARY Stare 21-7 41-21 13-0 14-15 12-26 16-19 14-25 13-0 ii, s I b Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Dale Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jan. Ilan. Ilan. Jan. jan. Jan. BULLDOG SCORES W'bere We Score They Wapato Ellensburg 2nd Invitational jamboree Here Ellensburg 52 25 Cle Elum There Ellensburg 25 32 Clc Elum There Ellensburg 40 54 Wenatchee There Ellensburg 29 36 Cashmere Here Ellensburg 40 59 Mt. Baker Here Ellensburg 45 28 Mt. Baker Here Ellensburg 26 23 Highland There Ellensburg 29 50 Yakima Here Ellensburg 45 34 WRPHIO There Ellensburg 28 50 Selah Here Ellensburg 27 29 Marquette There Ellensburg 36 29 Cle Elum BASKETBALL Bulldog hoopsters started the 1949-1950 basketball season' with a whirl. Special events keynoted the early stages. In early December the Bulldogs participated in the Northern Division jamboree at Wapato, placing second. During the Christmas holi- days, they defeated the highly touted visitors from Mount Vernon and Mount Baker in two fast moving exhibition games. In February, Russ W'iseman's team topped off an eight won-six lost season by scrapping through three hard fought rounds of the Y.V.I.A.A. Tournament. Coach Rowley's Bullpups wound up an 18-game season with 8 wins and 10 losses. The season as a whole may go down in E.H.S. history as the year of three-minute pandemonium. In many instances the whole crowd was on its feet wildly cheering or entreating during the final minutes. Bulldog fans were treated to a tension-packed season full of surprises. The Ellensburg Bulldogs tended to their business of basketball with a flair for showmanship, sportsmanship and action. Dale Wl1er'e We Sw re T11 e y jan. 27 There Ellensburg 36 48 Highland Jan. 28 Here Ellensburg 52 29 Toppenish Feb. There Ellensburg 59 55 Wapato Feb. Here Ellensburg 57 60 Yakima Feb. 10 There Ellensburg 46 28 Marquette Feb. 11 Here Ellensburg 44 58 Selah Feb. 17 There Ellensburg 25 45 Toppenish Feb. 18 Here Ellensburg 42 39 Cle Elum Y.V.I.A.A. TOURNAMENT AT WAPATO Feb. 24 Wapato Ellensburg 50 49 Yakima March 5 Wapato Ellensburg 45 41 Wapato March 10 Wapato Ellensburg 55 47 Richland BULLPUP SCORES Dare Wfbere Wfe Score Tbey Dec. Here Ellensburg 27 57 Cle Elum Dec. There Ellensburg 55 57 Cle Elum Dec. There Ellensburg 51 5 8 Wenatchee Dec. There Ellensburg 29 16 Cashmere Dec. Here Ellensburg 20 57 Kittitas Jan. Here Ellensburg 20 34 Highland Jan. There Ellensburg 21 51 Yakima Ian. There Ellensburg 54 42 Selah Jan, 20 Here Ellensburg 26 59 Marquette Jan. 21 There Ellensburg 20 28 Cle Elum Jan. 27 There Ellensburg 25 55 Highland jan. 28 Here Ellensburg 33 30 Toppenish Feb. There Ellensburg 58 44 Wapato Feb. Here Ellensburg 37 50 Yakima Feb. There Ellensburg 45 40 Marquette Feb. Here Ellensburg 38 27 Selah Feb. There Ellensburg 28 24 Toppenish Feb. Here Ellensburg 36 22 Cle Elum L. Zickler, G. Marshall, R. Hall, B. Woods, R. Godes, R. Varnurn, K. Gafford, F. Eastham, C. Hickenbottom, J. Hanks. 35 ame dial' Za cada an Me ffacvz G. Marshall, R. Hall, R. Varnum, F. Eastham, K. Gafford, B. Woods, Nlr.Wisemar1,B.Godes. 36 I J. Malinoski, W. Greenwood, B. Jump, D. Jump, F. Mathews, D. Evans, C. Garrison, W. Haber man, J. Sorenson. R. Ferguson, R. Adams, J. Mann, L. Zickler, C. Hickenbottom, D. Bowen, J Hanks, D. N1cNeaIIy, S. Jacobs, W. Winston. Mr. Rowley. 454644 g, Back Row: K. Gafford, K. Winston, J. Church, R. Godes. Fourth Row: W. Hanks, L. Estep, D. Mudd, W. Tozer, C. Hiokenbottom, B. Woods. Third Row: M. Purnell, D. Bowen, J. Mitchell, B. Paulson, A. Smith, J. O'Neil. Second Row: Mr. Mettler, R. Hall, L. Zickler, W. Baunsgaard, W. Gapen, K. Barker, J. Houser, B. Edge, Mr. Nelson. Front Row: D. Morris, G. Preston, R. Lance, B. Vance, R. Adams, D. Davis, N. Lunstrum, D. Morris, B. Bachman, D. Charlton. TRACK Paul Nelson, veteran mentor, coached the E.H.S. track squad for the twenty-first time during the 1950 season. Mr. Mettler assisted with the field events. There were thirty-one boys on the team this year, including five seniors, thirteen juniors, and thirteen sophomores. A cold, windy, and wet spring delayed outside turnouts for some time, but when real spring weather finally breezed around, the boys conditioned the track themselves and started pouring on the steam. Some of the fellows must have become involved with the weather, the records looked like the rates on those "Ellens-- burg Zephersu. The Bulldog Cinder squad was better balanced than it had been for some time, and Mr. Nelson was heard to say that he considered it one of the best teams he had ever coached. Everyone believed him when the team won the Y.V.I.A.A. Track Meet and qualified six men for the state meet. In addition. nine men participated in a special meet, the Central Valley Relays. Some people reported seeing flying saucers around Ellensburg, but it was really the fast pacing E.H.S. track team working out. ...nl 'J ,QL ...pf 'Ib -Z i 3 R- I-HUGE Hanks, Davis, Adams, Purnell and Hickenbottom. 3 SQUAD Ellensburg 49 Waiwrito 31 Yakima 9 Yakima 65 Grandview 30 Waluzito 15 Ellensburg 79y1, Leavenworth 7 Xlifenatchee 39 Ellensburg Z9 lf Cle Elum 8 5X6 Brewster 7VQ, Twisp SV3 Moses Lake 3 lf Purnell broad jumps. Ui- Yakima 56 2710 Cle Elum 20 175 .Q 44.1 ., Moxee 7 1 X5 Naches 1 Ellensburg 31 Yakima 2 3 V2 6 6 TRACK SCHEDULE DATE March 31 April 5 CRelaysj April 15 April 21 April 29 SQUAD Grandview -18 Toppenish 26 Ellensburg 4 Ellenshurg -ll Sunnyside 161f3 Toppenish 8lf3 Cashmere SQQQ Omak 38 1,76 Cashmere ll Tonasket 8 Pateros 6 1 X 6 Ephrata 5 176 VALLEY ELIMINATION-MAY 6 VALLEY MEET Ellensburg 53 7710 Highland 9 lfi Selah 3 Richland 30 Goldendale 14 1 Wapato 11 Kennewick 7V2 " 'kv h Pasco 7 Toppenish 7 ENE Grandview 5 Cle Elum 4V2 le I .T Highland 3 Mabton 3 Naches 3 Sunnyside ZV2 aw 4, Moxee 1 ev- Pfffjj . STATE MEET Gafford- high 'We' 'he 'OWS' Bremerton 12 North Central 11 Ellensburg 10 Lake Vfash. 10 Hoquiam 10 Goldendale 10 Pre Central 3 l,t'l'SOYl 'l'o,irney Elimination Valley State Valley . Adams ,,,..... 1015 226 11A Harker W .. 2 0 lluvi, , ,,,,, 1214 ll liclgx- ,, ,. T15 in 1 ' li2lfffll'Ll ,, , H23 S 5 2 H :inks , ,,,,,, 320554 fl 'Q 11 14 Hall ,,,,, , , , ,,,, 9576 215 0 Hielcvnlmottrmi , , 2315 3114 225g llfwuser , ,, , 4' lrzilive . , , lim, l '5 Blmlfl .. , .1 0 l'1'i-sion , , ,, 5 Purnell . H3343 lil. 514 'l'riz -1' . ,, , 15 .1 l NYi1orls , ,, N31 l Vance , 4 ll Interest runs high too. xml Relay 2-Mile Relay ,, 0 Low Hurdle lu-lziy , J Willis Hanks received the Kiwanis inspirational award 39 wie Back Row: G. Mobley, F. Eastham, W. Greenwood, N. Hansen, rr. vainum, L. Sorenson, M. Morton, G. Lamohcry, M. Henry. Second Row: J. Mann, J. McCament, C. Haber-man, B. Adcock, C. Garrison, J. Hanks, B. Vanwoert, G. Marshall, J. Gordon. Front Row: L. Gemmill, D. McNeaIy, W. Haberman, J. Sorenson, R. Ferguson, J. Malinosky, D. McMahan, F. Mathews, D. Evans. ' BASEBALL Coach Dutch Henry in his fourth year as Ellensburg Baseball coach, fielded 21 potentially strong veteran aggregation which started fast with three consecutive wins. But as the season rounded into form, they dropped important decisions against sup- posedly weaker teams. These eventually proved to be a blow to the teams pennant hopes. Our Bulldogs, with a backbone of six returning lettermen, and the other posts capably filled with Sophomores and Juniors, determinedly fought down to the wire,- knocking off two of the top teams, Marquette and Waluato. Then with a loss to their traditional, rivals, Cle Elum, their hopes were reduced to a mere mathematical chance. Bulldog baseball is loolz- ing up for years ahead with a strong Sophomore team, defeating neighboring teams in an organized league. They were coached by a college volunteer, Hal Bottcher. f . Safe! An easy out. 40 came Jagged 613 1 s 1 Date April 8 April 14 April 15 April 21 April 22 April 29 May 5 May 6 May 12 May 13 May 19 May 20 Another Out mf- ,-,gg , Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Strike. BASEBALL SCHEDULE ll7bere Smre There Marquette 2-3 There Wapato 6-10 Here Cle Elum 1 -2 There Toppenish 9-2 T here Highland 3-2 There Selah 4-3 Here Marquette 4-5 Here Wapato 3-4 There Cle Elum 11-3 Here Toppenish 2-6 Here Highland 2-11 Here Selah 5-10 if , . A- S Bun ting practice. Same ' ' and cz lol Back Row: J. Smallwood, B. Meyer, P. Thomson, M. Stewart, C. Offer, C.-Case, M. Moe, N. Morrow. Front Row: J. Mitchell, H. Reid, P. Howarth, Miss Baker. D. Phillips, K. O'NeiII, P. Seubert. Dale April 14 April 15 April 21 April 22 April 28 - April 29 May 6 May 9 May 10 Dale April 14 April 15 April 21 April 22 April 28 April 29 May 6 May 9 May 10 42 TENNIS SCORES Plare There Here There There There Here There There Here Piave There Here There There There Here There There Here GIRLS We Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg BOYS We Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Score 0 4 1 3 O 4 0 4 1 3 0 4 2 3 1 3 1 3 Srore 0 4 3 1 0 4 O 4 O 4 0 4 1 3 3 1 O 4 f They Wapato Cle Elum Toppenish Highland Selah Yakima Wapato Cle Elum Toppenish They Wapato Cle Elum Toppenish Highland Selah Yakima Wapato Cle Elum Toppenish are Case swings with a vengence TENNIS Miss Baker's tennis team was made wholly of green queens out for seasoning. Every spring afternoon found the girls working diligently on their strokes, beating a dead ball against the gym wall, or freezing outside. Their steady, thought- ful practice showed these girls had but one thing on their minds: to build a tennis team E.H.S. could be proud of. Graduating from the girls' team were Pat Howarth, Kathleen O'Neill, Peg Seubert, Jennie Mitchell, jo Smallwood and Martha Stewart. Perhaps the grass should have been greener on the other side. Mr. Hill's boys were in about the same boat but they started with one experi- enced player, Stuart Corey. Working equally hard on their strokes, they came around to the end of the season with wins here and there. Les Younie, jack Kirby, johnny Munson, and Pete Stevenson, will be graduating from the boys' squad this year. S. Corey, P. Stevenson, M. McLachlan, B. Castleberry, J. Munson, L. Younie, J. Kirby HP o uf Corey hits cross court. INSPIRATIONAL AWARD Each year the football and basketball squads present awards to the player they considered most inspirational. This year the football team honored Mert Purnell with its award. Mert was a star halfback. Kirk Kaynor, who was benched the last part of the season because of a bone injury, received the inspirational award from teammates in basketball. Both boys were popular with their fellow players and the crowds. They deserved their honors. K. Kaynor, M. Purnell 43 ame 4466526 ' 'idea ide! can dale S as il ii ate .. Back Row: Mr. Johnson, F. Page, M. Anthony, J. Beaman, T. Phipps, K. Voris, G. Moreau, W. Gapen, B. Godes, Mr. Davis. Fourth Row: D. Ross, G. Larsen, B. Minton, L. Warren, B. Abel, F. Stowe, B. Gardinier, B. Chandler, J. Growcock, J. Stowe. Third Row: B. Lyrn, G. Spurling, J. Wright, T. Howard, J. Niekolaison, D. Farthind, J. Haberrnan, J. Hake, R. Carlson. Second Row: R. Poland, J. Mann, D. Charlton, J. O'Neil, L. Mellergaard, D. Morrow, B. Hickenbottom, J. Church, G. Frank. Front Flow: J. Burgett, R. Overton, G. Gibb, F. Allen, J. Sorenson, G. Haber- man, V. Stoppenbrink, C. Warren. F.F.A. The 1949-1950 Future Farmers of America Organization represented Ellensburg well. One livestock judging team consisting of Frank Allen, Frank Stowe, and Bob Gardinier, placed fifth at Puyallup, and also judged at the Pacific International and Yakima. Another team of Gene Haberman, Richard Carlson, and jerry Burgett placed second at Auburn. Roy Overton, Gene Haberman, and Richard Carlson placed seventeenth at Toppenish. The potato judging team of David Charlton, jerry Burgett, and Richard Carlson placed first at the state contest, and third at Moses Lake. At Auburn single honors went to Lauren Mellergaard livestock judge. F.F.A. annually has one of the most colorful initiations around school, with "greenhands" dressed appropriately in burlap bags. The yearly Father-Son banquet was the social highlight of the year. Another activity was the athletic program. The boys spent many an with his prize steer, and Gene Haberman who was high individual evening practicing in the gym to meet other F.F.A. teams. They finished in a tie for third. It was really a busy year for the local F.F.A. Officers for F.F.A. were: Frank Allen .......,, ............ P resident Gene Haberman ..... ....... V ice-President Richard Carlson ..., ........., S ecretary john Growcock ..... ...... T reasurer jerry Burgett ..... ...,.. R eporter Mr. Johnson ..... ...... A dvisor Mr. Davis ...... ...... A dvisor E.E.E. Triple E, the girls' service organization at E.l-I.S., spent an active year working for the school. The girls earned money by selling candy at games, and spent their profits Jr greatly needed new steps to the stage in the auditorium, and for the Twyman Memorial. They also polished the school trophies as part of their initiation, cleaned the ' trophy case, ushered at games, plays, and concerts, held a formal initiation dinner and a slumber party, and presented a spring tolo, "March Melodiesf, EEE officers were: Martha Stewart .,,,.. ru,,,,,,,,,,i, P resident Donna Phillips ,,..,, Vice-President Darlene Pugh ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, S ecretary .loanne Nason ...., tt,,,, 'I 'reasurer Miss Ware ,,........,.,,,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,t ,,,,,, A dvisor LATIN CLUB Back Row: M. Meagher, D. Phillips, Miss ware, M. Stewart, R. Lockling. Front Row: J. Nason, Sodalitas Latina, the Latin Club, endeavored to extend to D' Pugh' the school an interest in Roman culture and the study of Latin. This year for the first time, the students bought club pins. The big social event of the year was the annual Latin Banquet. Togaed and begowned present day Romans im- personated famous historical characters. In real Roman style, everyone sat on the floor, and ate the feast with their fingers and crab shells. Since officers were changed every nine weeks, there were too many to name. Mr. Gates was the advisor. LETTERMEN'S CLUB Lettermen's Club, made up of letterwinners in football, bas- ketball, baseball, and track, is another school service group. The boys worked hard at their project of getting a new show case for the trophies in the study hall. The group also promoted an A.S.B. constitutional amendment allowing second and third time letterwinners in any one sport to wear a letterman's jacket. E.H.S. athletes did more than play games in 1949-1950. Officers for Lettermen's Club were: Russ H311 ----',,Y,,,,---QYYY,,-,----,,--,,',,V,V,V,,-IL Pl-egident Back row: R. Lance, D. Kitts, Nl. Rizer, J. Courson. . . .V . 4th row: P. Seubert, K. O'NeilI, P. Howarth, J. WIHIS l"l2Ll'1kS .... -...-f. V ILC P1'eS1dCl'1f Hanks, L. Sorenson. 3rd row: Mr. Gates, J. Gordon, - . D. Bowen P. Burrows. 2nd row: C. Renford, L. Laffy Gemmlu ""' """""" S dietary Webster, Meagher..1st row: H. Reid, G. Pence, Glb Marshall ........ TIBHSLIICI' P- Thomson' M- Dunmng- By Paulson ,.,.. ...... S gt.-at-A1'mS Mr. Rowley , ...... ........... A dViSOf Mr. Wisexnan ..... ...... A dVlS0f 65 S59 Back row: Mr. Wiseman, S. Jacobs, W. Hanks, R. Hall, N. Hansen, C. Haberman. 4th row: B. Bachman, F. Eastham, L. Sorenson, N. Lunstrum, L. Bonjorni, Mr. Rowley. 3rd row: D. Davis, R. Varnum, K. Bates, B. Paulson, B. Woods. 2nd row: M. Mudd, C. Sapp, G. Marshall, M. Morton, G. Preston. lst row: T. Altice, K. Gafford, M. Purnell, I.. Gernmill, B. VanWoert. 45 Back Row: Miss Moulton, J. Lyons, Z. Hiner, J. Larimore, D. Riley, P. Anderson. 4th Row: J. Connot, W. Hanks, J. Munson, B. Speirs, R. Cornwall. 3rd Row: D. Morris, N. Morrow, J. Han- kins, J. Dillon, N. Hanks, D. McKim. 2nd Row: S. Shull, D. Belton, P. Amon, C. Webster, W. Prices. Front Row: E. Williams, S. Estep, M. Alford, D. Pugh, C. Offer, G. Beach. PAN-AMERICAN Under the leadership of Miss Moulton, the Spanish class students of Pan-American Club had an educational and entertaining year of work. At each of the many group parties special attention was paid to a different phase of life among Spanish and Latin American peoples. The findings of this study were presented to the whole school in an assembly given by the first year class, and a radio program produced by the second year class to honor Pan-American Day. Officers for Pan-American Club were: Second Year Class Norma Morrow ................................................ President Joyce Larimore ,,.,,.,...... ........................ V ice-President Carol Offer ....... ........... S ecretary Willis Hanks .... ............................ ....... T r easurer First Year Class Marlene jones ......................,............. ....... C hairman Nancy Hanks .... ....... T reasurer POINT CLUB Point Club promotes interest in all types of sports for girls. Each Tuesday noon found the girls courting indigestion by playing volley ball, tenniquoit, badminton, baseball, tennis, basket- ball, and peteka, a new game at E.H.S. this year. Special activities included participation in a play day in Cle Elum and a slumber party in Morgan gym. Point Club officers were: Beverly Capps ........i., ........... P resident Ruth Lockling ...... ...... V ice-President Pat Thomson .... ....,....... S ecretary janet Wippel ..... ........ T reasurer Back Row: E. Williams, J. Whippel, Z. Hiner, H. Reid, N. Morrow, P. Thomson, E. Lampers. Front Row: J. Larimore, B. Capps, Miss Baker, T. Ott, M. Stewart. 4551+ Back Row: Miss Snell, L. Lambson, M. Moulding, M. Moreau, R. Ness, S. Taylor. Fourth Row: M. Alford, M. Nance, J. Cleve- land. J. Nason, E. Glidden, L. Burroughs. Third Row: B. Mills, E. Mosier, G. Evans, F. Morrison, J. Chase, N. Mitchell, M. Hages. Second Row: J. Larimore, C. Wahle, C. Renfro, C. Offer, D. Pugh, Z. Hiner. Front Row: D. Snodgrass, M. Abel, D. Jensen, J. Hadley, J. Morgan. S. Jacroux. F.H.A. The Future Homemakers of America at E.H.S. had an active year. The members and their advisor, Miss Snell, enjoyed many dinners and parties, and benefitted from several home-making demonstra- tions and the state convention at Pullman where the Ellensburg chapter sponsored a pajama party. The organization profitted from its varied activities throughout the entire year. F.H.A. officers were: Carol Renfro .,,, ,,,,..,.... P resident ,loanne Nason ,,,,. Vice-President Darlene Pugh .... ......... S ecretary Mary Nance .... ...... T reasurer Val PEP CLUB It is the duty of some forty Pep Club members to boost school and team morale at all times. Eight o'clock each Thursday morning witnessed a bedraggled proces- sion of sleepy girls dragging into the gym to practice marching exercises. By the time basketball game intermissions ar- rived, the blue and white uniformed girls were lively marchers in disciplined ranks, executing well planned drills. The whole school reflected the spirit and enthusiasm of Pep Club. Pep Club officers were: Kathleen O'Neill .............. President Pat Howarth ..... .' .... Vice-President Pat Thomson .... ......... S ecretary jean Courson .......... Treasurer Peggy Seubert ..... ...... D rill Major Back Row: B. Smith, M. Stewart, P. Seubert, K. O'Neill, J. Smallwood, G. Pence, K. Johnson, S. McElroy. 4th Row: D. Phare, M. Rizer, J. Courson, L. Bradshaw, J. Allen, I. Harris, M. Moe, Miss Shuck. 3rd Row: M. Snowden, P. Howarth, G. Kelley, F. Griffin, Y. Doak, J. Schnebly, H. Reid, K. Henry.A2nd Row: M. Watson, S. Shull, C. Offer, J. Wippel, D. Pugh, M. Meagher, N. Morrow, M, Aden. Front Row: B. Evans, M. Hatzenbeler, D. Snodgrass, A. Killian, C. Case, M. Lee, P. Thomson. ' . L. l ...fl A. Back Row: A. Harmon, L. Estep, E. Edwards, B. Jump, C, Renfrow, B. Woods, J. deJong, Mr. Purnell. Fourth Row: J. Nicholaison, G. Frank, G. Gibb, R. Carlson, P. Stevenson, J. Burgett, L. Jump, A. Brattkus. Third Row: B. Adcock, B. McDougal, D. Price D. Bowen W. Tozer K. Winston, J. Daggett, G. Lamphry. Second Row:JJ. Gordon,'W. Haberman v B. Corral, F. Spurling, J. Growcock, J. Connot M. Kitts. Front Row: H. Snoyvden, D. Cutting, J. Chase, B. Minton, R. Adams, B. Dodge D McKim, A. Frederics. X-I H!-Y Hi-Y seeks to promote Christian character. The boys fur- thered their object by taking part in the Youth and Govern- ment program, attended this year by Kirk Kaynor and jack Able, and the World Youth Fund. Their main job in Ellensburg was the cleaning of the gym floor at the The boys gave a turkey dinner Crumored beforehand to be only spaghettij for the Tri-Hi-Y girls, and joined them in such projects Christmas carolling, the Easter breakfast, and the "Sweetheart" tolo. Officers for Hi-Y were: ,. .,.,.,,,. President .,..,.Vice President Forrest Eastham ,.,,, Willis Hanks .,,, Lee Sorenson ..... ..,.......... S ecretary Russ Hall ..,.,..,.......... ....... T reasurer Bob H ickenbottom .... .,... ,..... C h aplin Jay Crane .,.,......,........ Mr. james Staakestad ...,. .......Sgt.-at.Arms ,,.,,,,,,Advisor 48 v BULLDOG GUARDS The Bulldog Guard is a service organization dedicated to doing what it can to help the student body. At games they sold tickets, and guarded against sneakersg they also did the heavy work before dances, and cleaned up afterward. All told, each guard put in approximately two full weeks of time outside of school. Officers for the Bulldog Guard were: Bob Correll .....,....,...................,............... Captain Bill Woods Dave Kitts Mr. Purnell ......lst Lieutenant .......2nd Lieutenant .........,.... Advisor S Q .... if 9 ' ' ' if -"-r ' W 'is as or get-n Back Row: J. Church, S. Jacobs, J. Sorenson, N. Hansen, R. Varnum, Mr. Staakestad. 4th Row: D. McKim, W. Hanks, J. Abele, B. Van Woert, K. Kaynor. 3rd Row: R. Ferguson, D, Evens, F. Eastham, R. Hall, L. Sorenson, B. Woods. 2nd Row: J. Mann, J. Nickolaison, B. Backman, G. Preston, B. Hickenbottom. Front Row: R. Adams, J. Crane, D. Ross, L. Zickler. TRI-HI-Y A A , Tri-Hi-Y, an organization associated with the Y.M.C.A., worked hard "to create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Chris- tian character. "Projects for the year included earning a seventy-five dollar contribution for the World Youth Fund, supporting local civic activities, and participating in the Youth and Government program where Peg Seubert was Senate Chaplin, Marlene Wiitson and Mary Vance were of- ficial representatives, and Hazel Reid and Carol Offer were alternate delegates, The two big social functions of the year were the Sweetheart Tolo and the dinner for the Hi-Y boys. Officers for Tri- Hi-Y were: -lo Smallwood ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, P r esident Yvonne Doak ,,,,e .....,.,,. V ice President Geil Kelley ,,,, ..... 2 nd Vice President Fay Griffin ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S ecretary Back Row: Miss Shuck, J. Wippel, P. Martha Stewart ,,,,. ,,,t,,. T gdsuier Ei,l,i,e.1i,i, Tig,-E:g?gJs,o3iggpfSeSi1Q,Zl2'vijgqNQi? 1 . .,----- 183 ln . ri ln, . ase. r ow: . owar . iQi?f.Z.SELlf.i2.g' ',',a, stttti .,,,t H . ...,li.... mg .2231 :za:5.ffi..Yw5.1zt-, ivdTEs.:f Miss Anna B. Shuck ..... Advisor f,S?,'k5,'!ftCP04xQe?,' Kmneaf' H' Dwyer' C' COUNSELLORS PT The Counsellors, under the guidance of Miss Ware, made ' this year an interesting and friendly one for new students. ,gs s heir "Get-Acquaintedu banquet held in September helped new girls become familiar with E.H.S., and meet new L friends. The Counsellors' business in 1950 was friendship. 1 Counsellors' officers were: - i .r , janet Vfippel ..,, ...., ..,,,.,,. P r esident is jean Turner ,.., V,a,,. V ice-President 'Z' M' , Beverly Capps .,......, .Secretary LM . Ramona Herr ,..i ..... T reasurer Ruth Lockling ,... .Reporter l . Yliik. ...fi . Back Row: M. Vance, R. Lockling, D. West. J. Wlppel, Miss Ware. Third Row: B. Harrison, J. Mitchell, R. Herr, L. Bach. Second Row: E. Lampers, T. Ott, B. Smith. Front Row: M. Meagher, B. Capps, B, Minton, L. Jeffers. CAM CLUB 0 . Cam Club's purpose is raising money for new equipment for '- ' ,,,,: ' the dark room through the sale of prints of school activi- 1? '-AV i ., ties and groups from'kindergarten. to graduating classes. i' gn ve Over four hundred dollars worth of equipment was added .Z D to the dark room by Cam Club this year. Cam Club was . ' . V B not all work. Many parties, picnics, much food and fun ., ' .f ' broke the monotony of work. e ' iq, ,A ' i . I ,V Q . ' ii Q Back Row: N. Morrow, E. Walker, N. Hansen. A. Harmon. 4th Row: R. Campbell, B. Woods, G. Kunert, D. Belton. 3rd Row: A. Killian, N. Hanson, J. Crane, 5. Estep. 2nd Row: B. Lee, R. Lockling, P. Thomson, L. Lambson. Front Row: H. Reid, S. Corey, B. Kinnear, L. Engle. 49 came 'zecafzvled asian! eaeaia A. Killian, P. Thomson, M. Stewart, J. Belton, S. Overton, G. Lunstrurn, L. Gemmlll S Fredrlckson P Treadwell D. Belton. ... Walkef, R. Campbell A Harmon B Lee KLAHIAM The 1950 Klahiam was created by the cooper- ation and industry of the student body and Klahiam staffs. Each staff handled a different phase of the work. The Ad Salesmen sold all ads to the businessmen of the town to finance the annual. That took real salesmenship. Homeroom Salesmen did an equally fine job in selling the book to the student body, who responded in an eager manner. Both business staffs were under the advisorship of Miss Anna B. Shuck, with Yvonne Doak and 'lane Schnebly as Business Managers. The Editorial Staff was responsible for the layout, coverage, write-ups, and editing. The photography and mounting were taken care of by the Photography Staff. The production staffs were headed by Editor Martha Stewart, Junior Editor Pat Thomson, and Mr. Merle H. Kibbe, advisor. Back Row: J. Mann, P. Stevenson, T. Altice. 2nd Row: J. Smallwood, J. Hanson, J. Schnebly R. Loeklin , g NI. Snowden. lst Row: P. Anderson, G. Kelley, J. Hadley, M. Moe, G. Pence. 5 Y.. W' Back Row: O'NeiIl, D. Courson, I. H. Rasmussen, L. Bradshaw. 2nd Row: K. Bennett, Y. Dcak, B. lVlacDougaIl. lst Row: J. Harris, P. Howarth, P. Seubert. i ,. Back Row: B. Castleberry, L. Younie, I. Reese, P. Howarth, J. Kirby. 2nd Row: J. Daggett, M. Lee, L. Bach, P. Engle, J. Growcock, A. Randall. Front Row: B. Smith, D. Cutting, C. Thierkoff. RAWO Thc Radio Production Class did a commendable job ot' publicising school activities from the tiirst grade through high school. Members demonstrated the results ot' their activity every 'lhursclay evening: on a halt-hour program. Installation of a new ouilet on the stage permitted the class to hold an open house with a live audience and a stage program featuring the choir. The new broadcasting booth in the class- room allowed the students to gain actual experience in the control room. The R.P.C. did its job well during 1949-1950. JOURNAUSM This year's journalism class broadcast the news over station K.E.H.S. each week, instead of producing a newspaper. Many amusing as well as informative articles, editorials, and features, were written. The class was invaluable in publicising the all school play, the Wfenatchee Festival plays, and especially the senior class play. Publicity for football, basketball, baseball, track. and tennis was well taken care of. Club activities and class projects were also publicised by K.E.H.S.. A ef! Back Row: D. Johnson, G. Preston, B. Speirs, F. Allen, L. Mellergaard, J, Munson, M. Gannon. 3rd row: D. Kitts, D. Polley, J. Kirby, F. Griffin, G. Marshall. 2nd Row: M. Aden, C. Sapp, J. Smallwood. J. Monroe, B. VanWoert. Front Row: B. Evans. B. Rasmussen, E. Bunker. 51 amz czcideaed acccceaa an lie ala , J, Kirbv, P. Thomson, N. Morrow, B. Casileberry, M. Stewart, C. Garrison, J. Sorenson, F. Griffin, L. Younie, D. Cutting, M. Vance, B. Hickenbottorn, K. Winston, M. Kitts, J. B. McCament. L. Younie, B, Castleberry, F. Griffin. D. Cutting, M. Vance, M. Stewart, J. Sorenson. "SHE STOOPS TO CONQUERH "She Stoops to Conquerf the all school play, was a superb production directed by Mr. Max- well Gates and played by the most talented actors and actresses of E. H. S. This well known classic, based on a plot involving mistaken identity, masquerading, fashions, manners, and morals, proved to be a tremendously successful vehicle for the well-cast student thespians. Al- though the action took place in a 1770 scene, the satire and farce of Oliver Goldsmith's play had a timely appeal to our Twentieth Century student body. The experienced cast was com- pletely surprised by the overwhelming student approval demonstrated by the clamor for un- precedented curtain calls at the matinee. The colorful and authentic costumes and headdresses of the Eighteenth Century added enormously to the play. The all school play was a particularly enjoyable event in a year rich with polished dramatics. CAST Mrs. Hardcastle, ,.,,..,,.... Martha Stewart Mr. Hardcastle , ,Bennett Castleberry Tony Lurnpkin,,,, ,,,, ,.,,, , ,,Joe Sorenson Kate Hardcastle, ,,,,,.,......,.,,, ,Fay Griffin Constance Neville, ,, ,........, Mary Vance Stingo .,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,......... ...... C h uck Garrison Alehouse Cronies and Servants.. Mike Kitts, J. B. McCament, Kenneth Winston Barmaid, ,,,,,,,,Norrna Morrow Charles Marlow,, , ..,....,, Les Younie George Hastings,,,, ,, Don Cutting' Diggory, . ,,,,,, ,,,,Jack Kirby Maid, , ,, ,, ,...., ..,,, P atty Thomson Sir Charles Marlow, ,,,,,,,, ,.., , ,, ,, ,, ,, Bob Hickenbottom "THE HOUSE NOBODY LIVED IN" "The House Nobody Lived ln" proved to be just full of people. Six hectic weeks of evening and special practices finally crystallized into a mirthtul mystery. The versatile Senior Class produced a bill of well cast actors and actresses who seemed to enjoy the play almost as much as the audience did. A murder was solved by the most heterogeneous group of people imagin- able-a frightened negro maid, a featherbrained and flirtatious young widow, a nondescript care- taker, two women busy bodies, two young lov- ers, il ghost or two, a real inspector, il fake in- spector, and a tlippant young girl. Of course there was a real live corpse in the plot too. Miss Moulton directed this years popular senior play. "THE HOUSE NOBODY LIVED IN" By Raymond Dumkey Virgil Kee-eh .. ,. . . .......,. .luck Kirby llzirrow .. Bruce Bl2U'l7Hl1g,'Hll Holly . . . Martha Stewart Anustzisia .. .. .. ,,,, . . Beverly Pnpps .Iuily . ,,,,.,,,,,, .. . .. ,,,.,,,, . . .,,,,,,. .. Fay Griffin Mrs. Brenda I+'nrlr-sque ,,,,. . Uarol Tliierknff Slim-xunzui Nortmi . . ,. lion Uutting .Iinx Johnson . . Beatrice ICYUIIS Wilson Urlancln .. . .. . .luck Kirby liloriu .. Jane-1 Hanson .. Hex' Kinnear ialillllit' May . Vyril Holmes , . Leslie Yuiinie B. Evans, B. NIa:DougaIl, C. Thierkoff, J. Kirby, J. Hanson M. Stewart, D. Cutting, F. Griffin, B. Capps, B. Kinnear. .X .C J. Hanson, B. MaeDougall, B. Capps, M. Stewart, B. Evans, B. Kinnear, J. Kirby, C. Thierkoff, L. Vounie, F. Griffin, D. Cutting. some aimed monica! czmfdiian. Back Row: A. Molotte, Mr. Houser, Mr. Camealy, K. Winston, W. Greenwood, L. Brune. Fourth Row: M, Moulding, J. Hanson, G. Kelley, J. Mitchell, J. Harrison. E. Bunker, B. Correll B. Ward, T. Altice, N. Hickenbottom, B. Adcock, D. Charlton, J, Munson, D. Mudd, R Uusitalo. Third Row: B. Grove, M. Nance, B. Mills, F. McCracken, P. Payne, S. Watterson D. Brooks, J. Farrell, B. Dodge, B. Van Woert, D. Smallwood. Second Row: H. Snowden, J. Houser, B. Hepburn, D. Morrow, P. Burrows, L. Bach, E. Glidden, B. Minton, G. Pence. M. Aden, B. Evans. J. Mitchell. Front Row: R. Riley, L. Bornjorni, B. Correll, J. Bluher B. Smith, E. Barker, M. Moe, B. Capps, R. Muzzall. Seated: D. Bennett, B. MacDougaII Left Front: L. Lambson, L. Webster, C. Beaman, M. Weber. Right Front: E. McClure, E Moser, E. Purnell, J. Allen, F. Morrison. CHORUS The mixed chorus, under the direction of the nevv chornl teacher, Mr. Edward Ctuneiilv, presented several excellent concerts this year at school and for such civic clubs as Kiwanis and Rotary. lt was another eventful occasion when the chorus received an "excellent" rating at the Central Wztsliiiigtoii Music Festival. They were also featured on the radio class "open house" program and supplied background music for the Pan- Ainerican assembly. The chorus had 21 busy and eventful musical year. wi Triple Trio WENATCH EE DRAMA FESTIVAL A special dramatic event for E.H.S. in H250 was the Vfenatchee Drama Festival in April. Schools from all over Central Wfashington presented one-act plays. These plays were judged and accordingly awarded ratings. Ellensburgs two offerings, "Trifles" by Susan Glaspell. and "Happy journey" by Thornton Xxfilder, both won the highest rating given. The judges decreed that these dramatically challeng- ing plays were the most professionally acted high school plays they had ever seen. The high caliber of Ellenslvurg's dramatics was indeed the result of serious work and concentrated effort. Vomty Attorney la-s Ynunit- lli-:try l" It-VH. S111-1'il'i' l'lii1ek ljzlvrisini la-xvis llale, Fziriner- It -n tkistleln-t'1'y Mis, li-It-is lmnnzt SllflfllLl'2lS5 Mrs. Hale . .Mzirlllzt Sll'XX'2ll'l The Stage Blztixzigw-r XX'vniz1u lienfrmv Blil Kirby ,.., . ...Fay Griffin N Artliur. . . ,... Monte Ali-lizielilzlii i C'zu-oliiie. .. ., . . Ann lxillian l Pa 4l2lIll"l'l Kirby. .laek Kirby l Beulah . . Mary Vanel- BAND The band burst forth this fall in brand new uniforms. and they took advantage o" every occasion to display their new splendor. The band played at all home games and at several outrof-town games, at assemblies and pep rallies, and on the weekly radio program. The group won a second place rating at the annual music festival, and presented a first rate concert for the public. The final highlight of the year occurred May sixth when the band played at the Weiaatclaee Apple Blossom Festival. Back Row: L. Brune, D. Phillips, T. Altice, R. Uuistalo, Mr. Hill, N. Hansen. Renfro, C. Wilkins, D. Bennett, J. Turner, J. McCarnent. Front Row: D. Castleberry, F. Stowe, C. Hickenbottom, B. Paulson, D. Evans, K. Johnson, J. Smith. 3rd Row: M. Vance, M. Stewart, P. Engel, F. Griffin, M. De- Pugh, D. Phare, G. Bunger, A. Randall. 2nd Row: D. Morris, J. Stowe, C. 4th Row: G. Kelley, B. MacDougall, K. Bates, W. Renfrow, B. Vance, B. Polley, L. Rasmussen, C. Theirkoff, C. Offer, B. Capps. 55 ,466 made echo! dede Zaameaa SEPTEMBER Noonhour in the study hall. 7 14 17 23 25 29 30 It was that time again. School was here. We had our first National Assembly-Shake speare "as you like it." F.F.A. team judged at the Westerxm Wash- ington Fair. Klahiam staff members attended all-day annual conference in Seattle. New yell leaders Marlyn Moe and Caroline Case led the cheering section as Ellensburg lost its first football game 21-7 to Cashmere. Counsellors held their annual "Get-Ao quintedu banquet in the home ec. rooms. and initiation. Spanish classes held a Pan-American party Pasco's football team defeated us 41-21 on the home field. Case and Moe show 'em how. Polley, Kelley, and Griffin, flag twirlers 1 S 7 8 10 12 14 15 18 21 25 27 28 29 31 OCTOBER 1949 F.F.A. teams judged again, this time at Central Washington. Tuberculosis X-ray unit was here. "Take a deep full breath and hold it!" Ellensburg lost the football game at Pros- ser by a 15-0 score. judging teams competed at the P.I.L.E. fPacific International Livestock Exposi- tion.j The annual Fire Prevention Week assembly was well received by all. Special assembly for boys. Any minor vices around E.H.S.? We lost a close one to Wapato there, 1-4-15. E.H.S, band performed during half-time. The band marched in the college Home- coming Parade. School was excused at two o'clock si teach- ers could attend a conference at Yakima. We scored our first football victory as we beat Selah 26-12 here. F.F.A. had its banquet and Greenhand ini- tiation in the Cafeteria. The band led a pep rally from the Court House to a bonfire on Craig's 1-lill. Pan- Am had a party at Offers The Bulldogs won again by defeating Top- penish 19-16 here. Ellensburg team placed third in the potato judging at Moses Lake. Did you ever see a funnier bunch of char- acters than those at the I-Ialowe'en mas- querade in the cafeteria? Are you dying of T.B.? Camclub party. Scarface Turner tells all. 57 NOVEMBER I949 Fools names ---- l. A new addition to the school La priveej was discovered after Halloween. Classes elected officers. 5. The journalism Class put on the first school broadcast of the year. 5. The third win of the season was secured when we beat Marquette 25-30 on their field. There was F.F.A. potato judging in the cafeteria. l0. Miss Leila fLeej Sorenson was elected "Miss Bulldog of 1949" at the pep As- sembly. Sue McElroy, a Cle Elum Warrior in the Pep Club skit, was publicly beamed ll.We were defeated 13-0 by Cle Elum in the annual Armistice Day game. 17. Nothing but play all day. There was a National Assembly on science, and the matinee of the all school play, "She Stoops to Conquer." The cast won a real ovation. by a falling twelve by twelve. Radio pro- duction Class held open house. 18. The public liked "She Stoopsu as well as the kids had. 1 9. Many Ellensburg students attended the Valley Student Leaders Conference at C.W.C.E. 24-25. Thanksgiving vacation. We had a lot to be thankful for. 28. College-bound seniors interviewed college representatives. The rest of the student body saw a movie. Decorations-very tem pora ry Bulldogs placed second in the basketball jamboree at Wapato. Sixty-three couples attended the junior Prom at the Parish House. U. W. travelling theater group presented "The Taming of the Shrew." junior and Senior High had open house, and our parents went to school again. Triple E had initiation dinner, then they sold candy at the first basketball game. We won, defeating the Cle Elum Warriors 52-25. Cle Elum turned the tables on us and beat us 32-35 on their floor. EEE initiates polished the trophies in the study hall. Did you know we had that many trophies stuffed into that one little case? Ahhh. At last! The first big snowfall. We lost 54-40 at Wenatchee. The Cashmere Bulldogs won 36-29 on their home floor. Cam Club had an active Christmas party. The girls brought the Mistletoe? Pan-Am had a quieter party, but just as much fun. School music groups presented a wonderful Christmas program. Vacation began. Whoops! We beat Mount Baker in a stand up-sit down-scream-and yell game by a close 40-39 margin. We did it again, beat the West of the Mountains gang from Mount Vernon. It was 45-28 in the second of our two special vacation games. DECEMBER I949 Q., 13: Cutting and Dodge, projectionists. "And the band played on Dimes march. 60 Pep club patterns. We beat Highland here by a 36-26 score. JANUARY 5 School again. 'Nut said. 6 7 Yakima whipped us 50-29 at Yakima. 1 5 111 20 21 27 28 51 We outscored Wapato -'ii-34 on the local floor. We squeaked by Selah there with a 30-28 tally. Pandemonium. Marquette won a 29-27 game here. W'e again beat the Warriors. this time by 36-29 on their court. Highland rolled up a 418-36 game on their home floor. Toppenish bowed to us with a thrilling last minute score of 32-29. The March of Dimes, handled by the speech class, was held in the Study 1-Iall. JANUARY AND FEBRUARY I FEBRUARY The victorious Bulldogs downed the Wzip- ato Wolves by a 39-35 score in the Wolves' own den. The Yakima Pirates took another game from us, only this time it was worse, 60-37. "The Dutchman" from National Assem- blies spoke to us about Holland and showed pictures and dances. Seniors sponsored the "Sweetie Valentine" basket social in the cafeteria. 17. Toppenish retaliated for an earlier loss and beat us iii-25 at Top Hi. Ellensburg still had to show the Warriors we could do it, sa we defeated them 42-39. 19-20. Hi-Y -- Tri-Hi-Y prelegislators hold conference here, elected Peg Seubert Senate Chaplin for the Youth and Government Legislature. Reverend jack McCarty stresses patriotism in a special assembly. Washington was a great friend of the stu- dents again. lt was his birthday, and a school vacation. The junior High School presented three one-act plays. Everyone began talking with his hands after seeing the Chinese play. Ellensburg lost to Yakima 49-50 in the first round of the Y.V.l.A.A. Basketball Tourn- ament at Wapato. li.li.A. boys had their Father and Son ban- cluet. Phare, Wilkins and Offer, majorettes. MARCH AND APRIL I950 MARCH 2 3 10 11 14 16 17. 18 21 23 24. 25 31. There was another National Assembly, this time featuring bell ringers, chimes, and marimbas. Y.V.I.A.A, Tournament continued. We beat Wapato 45-41. The tournament ended for us after we lost 47-33 to Richland. It seemed as though everyone went to the EEE "March Melodies" tolo. Music Festival soloists performed at C.W.C.E. Three Ellensburg students came home with top ratings. Matinee and evening performances of the one-act plays, "Trifles" and "The Happy journey". Both were slightly terrific. Those people were here again telling us to take more deep breaths and hold them. No one we know has T.B. yet. The band gave a public concert. One-act plays travelled to Wenatchee for the drama festival sponsored by the junior college there. Everyone enjoyed the talking birds, Butch, .Iungle joe, and Skipper, presented by the National Assemblies. Margaret Meagher was elected Apple Blossom Princess. Another snowfall in late March. What, a snowy Senior Ball? The chorus presents a public concert, and the seniors madly worked to decorate for the ball. Senior Ball, "Rainbow's End", was pre- sented i nthe Lincoln cafeteria. Cam Club had an Hilarious "come as you are party" at the Y. Ellensburg won the track meet at Toppenish with 49 points. APRIL 1 6 'r I 7 11 12 14 Central Washington Music Festival at C.W.C.E. Mass concerts held in the Mor- gan gym. -7. Spring vacation. We mean it, no spring was here. Laurin Mellergaard took top honors at Auburn with his steer. F.F.A. judging team placed second. -8. F.H.A. delegates went to Pullman for the state convention. Washington State Resources Contest Fourth District finals held in Ellensburg., Martha Stewart was first place winner. District officials visited E.H.S. to inspect the buildings and plan for improvements and repairs. No need to get excited about these strange people running around with boxes in their hands. Spanish class students put on a Pan-Ameri- can Day assembly. Local delegates attend- ed the Youth and Government Legislature at Olympia. ..--2 . fy, """-Q .ii i if . "Superior" musicians, Uusitalo, Hanson, and Morton 15. Football letters were given out at a special awards assembly in the Study Hall. 22. Latin Club had its Roman Banquet. Prize remark of the evening was made by Mr. Nelson who introduced himself as Marcus, trainer of the Emperors gladiators, and 'iwas that a tough job." Ellensburg had just won the track meet. Kirk Kaynor and Mert Purnell were named Boys' State rep- resentatives, and Pat Thomson and Hazel Reid were elected to Girls' State. 25. Cecila Lee, home economist, talked in the Morgan auditorium. All girls taking Home Ec. were in attendance. 26. Apple Blossom royalty visit E.l-LS. 27. janet Hanson named 1950 Rodeo Queen. Senior Class gave matinee of "The House Nobody Lived ln." All thought it the best Senior Play in years. 28. Public saw Senior Play with same reactions. Journalists, Smallwood, Bonjorni, and VanWoert. 'F 4 62 MAY AND JUNE I950 30 Seniors' last makeup MAY 2. 4. During a special joint assembly, we saw a film preview of the Danish Gym Team Soil Conservation Assembly was interesting even to the ones who knew only about the dirt behind their ears. 4-5-6. Apple Blossom Festival in Wenatchee. 6. 11 13 15 16 17 18 20 Maggie was our princess and the band marched and marched. Tex Turner pro- vided excitement with a wrenched knee. Bulldogs were second in Valley elimination track meet at Yakima. Nominations for 1950-il A.S.B. officers were made in a special Study Hall Assembly. Ellensburg Bulldogs Y.V.I.A.A. track champs. Band had a picnic at Vantage. Sand and melted ice cream for dessert? Serpentine and street dances were staged for election purposes. A.S.B. elections. Kaynor, Gafford, Cour- son, and Corey, the winners. Pan-Am had a picnic at the Swauk. F.H.S. track squad tied for third at State Meet. Willis Hanks placed 2nd in the hundred and third in the 220. The relay team placed third. Baseball team tied for second in the northern league. Sophomore girls honored graduating 29. f' More finals. Memorial Dad vacation. Hi-Y -- Tri-Hi-Y had picnic at Vantage with guests. 31. Final finals. JUNE 1. Picnics, picnics, picnics, and Class night. Whathams! 2. Graduation practice, grade cards, Klahiams senior girls at a fC3.. Part of track squad went to Central Valley Relay meet. Some show! Supremacy contest if juniors vs. seniors. Wlricli class did you pick? Point club girls had an initiation in the gym. Mrs. Cho, Korean educator, spoke to the journalism 'and speech classes. First day of final exams. Also practice for Baccalaureate and fitting of caps and gowns. -27. Seniors seaked to Seattle. but everyone knew it. Baccalaureate held in the auditorium for graduating class. A wonderful three years was almost at an end. and the Class of 1950 finished three years work at E.H.S. Parents of seniors gave them a big party after graduation to con- sole for their loss. Intermission specialists, Kirby and Kmnear Stage hands at work. in-. SENIORS Abel, Robert, 44, 20, 16. Aden, Merla, 47, 54, 51, 16, 58. Allen, Frank, 31, 44, 51, 16. Ballard, Shirley, 16. Barker Ken 16 38. Beckner, Frank Beedle, Edith, 20, 16. Beedle, Ethel, 16. Belton, Jo Allll, 50, 16. Bennett, Donna, 50, 16, 55, 54. Blunt, Mary, 16. Boersma, Bill, 20, 17. Bonjorni, Barney, 45, 54, 17, 61. Brattkus, Arthur, 17. Bunker, Elmer, 32, 17, 51, 54. Bunting, Bonnie Jean, 17. Brune Lewis 55, 54, 17. Capps, Beverly, 49, 54, 55, 46, as, 17. Chase, Jack, 17. Cleveland Janice, 47, 17. Coonrad, Roma, 17. - Correll, Robert, 54, 17. Cutting, Don, 8, 52, 51, 59, 53, 17. de Jong, John, 17. Dawson, Faye, 17. Depue, Marvin 9, 55, 10. Doak, Yyonne, 47, 60, 18, 50. Dreyer, Helen, 18. Eastham, Forrest, 31, 45, 48, 36, 20, 18 , 32, 34, 35. Evans, Merle, 18. Evens, Beatrice, 47, 54, 51, 53, 20. 18. Flower, Donna, 11, 20, 18. Foster, Warren, 18. Gannon, Mary Jo, 51, 20, 18. Gardinier, Bob, 44, 18, 16. Griffin, Fay, 52, 47, 55, 51, 53, 60, 18 57, 56, 62. Haberman, Eleanor, 10, 18. Hatzenbeler, Mae, 47, 19. Hall, Russ, 45, 48, 36, 38, 18, 33, 34 . --4 35, 23. Haggis, Willis, 45, 48, 46, 38, 20, 18 , 34. Hansen, Norman, 49, 45, 48, 55, 19, 18 32, 34. Hanson, Janet, 54, 53, 19, 27, 18, 50, 60 Harrel, Sylvia, 18. Harrison, Betty, 49, 60, 18. Hayes, Barbara Herr, Ramona, 49, 19. Hickenbottom, Bob, 52, 48, 54, 19. Hill, Shirley, 19. Howarth, Patricia, 47, 45, 51, 42, 19, 16 Jeffers, Lois, 14, 10, 49, 19. Johnson, Don, 19. Jump, Lawrence, 27, 20, 19. Kelley, Geil, 19, 47, 50, 54, 55, 56. Kinnear, Beverly, 19, 49, 53, 54, 61. Kirby Jack, 20, 16, 43, 51, 52, 53, 55 57, 58, 61, 62. Kitts, David, 45, 51. Lance, Russ, 20, 38, 45. Lockling, Ruth, 7, 20, 45, 49. MacDougall, Bruce, 19, 20, 50, 53, 54, 55, 62. Marshall, Gib, 20, 33, 34, 35, 36, 45, 51. Mellergaard, Laurin, 20, 33, 34, 44, 51, 57. Minton, Betty, 10, 20, 49, 54. Mitchell, Jennie, 20. 42, 49, 54. Monroe, John, 20, 51. Munson, John, 20, 43, 46, 51., 54. O'Neil, Kathleen, 7, 16, 20, 42, 45, 47 50 Overton Sally. 20, 50. Passenger, Eileen, 20. Peffers, Beverly, 20. Polley, Donna, 20, 51, 55, 56. Preston, George, 21, 38, 45, 48, 51. Price, Richard, 21. - Pugh, Burton, 21. Rasmussen, Betty, 21, 51, 60 Sapp, Charles, 7, 21, 32, 34, 45. 51. Seubert, Peggy, 16, 21, 23, 42, 45 47 51 Shaw Albert, 21. Shuey, Pat, 21. Sehille, Sue, 21. Schnebly, Jane, 21, 47, 50. Smallwood, Joan, 21, 42 47, 51, 61. Snowden, Martha, 11, 21, 31, 47, 50. Sorenson, Lee, 22, 45, 48. Spiers, Bob, 22, 46, 51. Spurling, Gene,-22, 44. Stermer, Harland, 22. Stevenson, Peter, 22, 43, 50. Stewart, Martha, 16, 22, 23, 42, 45, 46, 47, 50, 52, 53, 55. Stowe, Frank 22, 44, 55. Thierkoff, Carol, 22, 51, 53, 55. Thomas, Dixie, 22. Treadwell, Pat, 22, 50. Turner, Jean, 22, 55, 57. Uusitalo, Russ, 22, 54, 55, 61. Vanzvoiert, Bob, 23, 33, 34, 45, 48, 51 5 . . Vance, Mary, 19, 23, 49. 52. 55. Varnum, Ron, 23, 33, 34, 35, 36, 45 48. Voris Ken 11, 23. 4. Y 4 v IDE Walker, Ed, 23, 49, 50. VVarren, Lester, 23, 44, 56. Watterson, Neil West, Dorothy, 23, 49, 60. Wines, John, 23, 32, 34. VVipple, Janet, 23, 46, 47, 49, 60. Younie, Leslie, 16, 23 31 43 51, 52, 53, 62 JUNIORS DF Abel, Jack, 24, 48. Adams, Ray, 24, 37, 38, 48. ' ' Adcock, Bill, 24, 34. X - Alford, Marian, 24, 46. Altice, Ted, 9, 12, 14, 24, 27, 32, 34 45 50, 54, 55. Amon, Pat, 24, 46. Anthony, Murel, 24, 44. Hack, Leslie, 24, 49, 51, 54. Backman, Darell, 11, 24, 32, 34, 38 45, 58. Barton, Pat, 24. Bates, Ken, 25, 45, 55. liaunsgaard, VVillard, 24, 38. Belton, Doris, 24, 46, 49, 50. Bordan, Loyal, 24. , ' ' ' James, -24.. Brownvutrlexrm- 24. Burgett, Gerald, 24, 44, 48. Bunger, Gary, 24, 55. Cahoon, Clint, 24. Campbell, Ruth, 9, 24, 49, 50. Cargo, Jack, 24. Carlson, Richard, 10, 25. Castleberry, Bennett, 25, 43, 49, 51 52, 55, 57. Case, Carolyn, 24, 25, 42, 47, 56. Chase, Joy, 25, 47. Church, Doris, 25, 47. Corey, Stuart, 25, 34, 43, 39, 56, 57. Crane, Jay, 25, 48, 49, 57. Daggett, Jerry, 24, 51. Davis, Darwin, 25, 31, 33, 34, 38, 45. Edwards, Elden, 25. Evans, Glenda, 25, 47. 4 5 Engel, Larry, 11, 25, 31, 49, 57. Estep, Landon, 25, 38. Farrell, John, 25, 54. 1i!a:t.hing,.Diekg 25. ' Gaffiaudf-K th, 25, 33, 34, 35, 36 38, 45. in Q Garrison, Charles, 25, 34, 37, 52, 55. Gemmill, Lawrence, 7, 25, 45. Grove, Barbara, 14, 25, 54. Growcock, John, 10, 25, 44, 51, 60. Haberman, Gene, 25, 32, 34, 44. Haberman, Jerry, 25, 44. Hake, Jerry, 25, 44. Hanks, Nancy, 25, 46. Harmon, Allen, 25, 49, 50. - ' Harrison, 54. f".JL',-'tl I Hepburn, Betty, 25, 54. Herr, Lillian, 25.1 5-fl Hiner, Zoe, 25, 46, 47. Hodgson, Pat, 25, 57. Howard, Tom, 25, 44. Johnson, Karen, 24, 25, 47, 55. Jones, Marlene, 25. Jump, Bob, 25, 36. Jurgens, Lawrence, 25. Kaynor, Kirk, 24, 25, 43, 48. Koester, Lyle, 25. Kontos, Helen, 12, 26. Kukes, Betty, 26. Kunert, Glen, 26, 49. Lampers, Eleanor, 26, 46, 49. Lamprey, Gale, 26. Larimore, Joyce, 26, 46, 47. Larsen, Gordon, 8, 26, 44. Lee, Barbara, 26, 49, 50. Lunstrum, Nelse, 9, 26, 34, 38, 45. Mayer, Christina, 26. Meagher, Margaret, 27, 45, 47, 59. McElroy, Sue, 26, 47. Miller, Robert Mitchell, Marcella, 26, 47. Moe, Marilyn, 24, 26, 42, 47, 50, 54, 56 Moreau, George, 26, 44. Moreau, Mary Ellen 26 47. Morrison, Francis, 26, 47. Morrow, Norma, 14, 26, 42, 46, 47, 49, 52 Morton, Marvin, 9, 26, 45 49 57. Mudd Denny, 26, 32, 34, 38, 45, 54. Nance, Mary, 10, 26, 54. Nason, JoAnn, 26, 45, 47. Nicholaisen, Jack, 26. Minton, Bob, 26. Offer, Carol, 9, 26, 42, 46, 47, 54, 60. Ott, Theresa, 26, 46, 49. Overton Roy 9, 26, 44. Paulson, Byrozni, 9, 26, 32, 34, 38, 45, 55 ,.. Page, Frank 26, 7124. Pence Glee, 26, 45, 47, 50, 54. Phare, Dena, 26, 47, 55, 60. Phillips, Donna ,8, 24, 26, 42, 45, 55. Price, Winona, 26, 46. Purnell, Merton, 12 26 31, 33, 34, 38 43, 45. Pugh, Darlene, 26, 45, 46, 47. Reid, Hazel, 26, 42, 45, 46, 47, 49. Renfrow, Carol, 9, 27, 45, 47 Riley Ray, 27, 54. . -Ross,-Don, 12, 44, 48. .xl elif f Shall,-Shirley, 27, 46, 47, 60. .s Snlitll, Betty, 14, 27, 49, 54. f - r .ky M, ff Stevenson, Kitty, 272 Thomson, Patty, 27, 42. 45, 46, 47, 49 50, 52. Tozer, VVarren, 27, 38. Vance, Bob 27, 38, 55. , lrlu.r.:ig..Bcr1, 27. if .1 I VVard, Boyd, 27, 54. VVarren, Charles, 27, 44. , " e, 27, 57., X Watson, Marlene, 27, 47. Watts, Joy, 27. Weber, Mary, 27. 54. WelJst"r, Carol, 27, 45. NVilkins, Carole, 27, 55, 60. VVillianls. Evs, 27, 46. VVilson, Molla. VVilson, Dale, 27. Woods, William, 27, 31, 35, 36, 38, 45 48, 49, 57. SOPHOMORES ff 4 Abel, Mary, 28. Adolf, Geraldine, zsmiiwvii 79 Allen, Jimmy, 28, 31 47, 54. Anderson, Phyllis, 28, 50, 46. Baehvfitto, 28. I' - f Bal-la-rdr-Mafelene, 28.fVU.'f, f , Barker, Katherine, 28. Beach, Gayetta, 28, 46.61, f ,f 4, Beaman, Jimmy, 28, 44. Muwql Beamanq Clarissa, 28, 54.4, . Bfuheri' June, 28, 54, 14. il: , ' V Bm-don:-Berry, 28, 14. if . . , . Bowen, Dale, 28, 45, 37, 38, 26. Bradshaw, Louise, 28, 12, 47, 50. Brooks, Don, 28. Burrough, Lindell, 28, 47. ,, , , , 45, 54. Chandler, Bob, 28. Charlton, David, 28, 12. Church, Jack, 28, 44, 48, 38, 34. Grace Conn, 28. Connot, John, 28, 13, 46. Cooke, Loretta, 28. , rt, 28, 46. Correll, Barbara, 29, 54. Courson, Jean, 29, 13, 47, 45, 60. Derrick, Elbert, 29. Dillon, Jackie, 29, 46. M u.,fv,VL,,s Dodge, Bill, 29, 59. Dunning, Mary Jane, 29, 45. . , ella, 29, 27. Ed-gvf Bob, 38. L -. 45 'A 4Edmison, Myrna, 29. Elder, Bob, 29. , Engng-Pee 29, 55, 51..1l ' 1 -Estep, Susan, 29, 49, 46, 57. Evans, Del, 29, 48, 55, 37, 27, 34 40.4411 Farthing-Wanda, 29. 'r Fergosen, Ralph, 29, 31, 47, 37, 40. Fletcher, Martha. 29. Frank, Gordon, 29. Frear, Joann, 29. Fredricks. Aris, 29. Fredrickson, Shirley, 29, 51. Gapen, Willis, 29, 44, 38. Gemmill, Louise, 29, 10, 50. Gibb, George, 29. . Glidden, Edith, 29, 47, 54. Godes, Bob, 29, 44, 36, 38, 34. Gordon, James, 29, 31, 40. Greenwood, William, 29, 54, 36, 34. Haberman, Walt, 29, 45, 37, 40. Hadley Joyce, 29, 10, 47, 50. Hages, Mary Ann, 29, 47. Hankins, Eleanor, 29, 46. Hanks, Jerry, 29, 14, 31, 7, 45, 37, 34 40, 28. . Harris, Irene, 29 47 50. :iftM,3,..E Henry Kay, 29, 47. Hickenbottom, Charles, 29, 44, 55, 37 .38, 34. Horst, Lyle, 29. Houser, Jim, 29, 54, 38, 30, 34. Jacobs, Stan, 29, 45, 48, 37. Jacroux, Shirley, 29, 47. .Ienseny Dot, 29, 13, 47. M 4 f Kenoyer, Cleona, 29. Killian, Ann, 29, 49, 47, 50, 57, 56, 55. Kitts, Mike, 29, 52, 34. Klocke, Mary, 29. Kol4an,.J.ohn, 29. F - ' ' Lambson, Laura, 39, 49, 47, 54. , , 9. V 1 - Lee ,Marcia, 29, 9, 51. Lewis, JoAnn, 29. Lundstrumm, Grace, 29, 10, 51, 56, 60 Lyons, Bill, 29. ' Malinsoky, John, 29, 36, 40. Mann, Jerry, 29, 44, 48, 37, 50, 40. Mathews, Fred, 29, 36, 34, 40. Ma,tI.oX,.Lenna, 29. ' ' ' McCament, John, 29, 52, 55, 40. McClure, Ella, 29. McCracken, Florence, 29, 54, 56. lVLeK-em, Don, 29, 48. 46.,,x fl, McLachlan, Monte, 29, 43, 55. McMahan, Duane, 29. McNealy, Dale, 30, 37, 40, 28. . Mc . ret, 30.,-xl " ' Mey'e'n'B'onifa, 30, 42. Li 1' Mills. Betty, 30, 47, 54. Mitchell. John, 30, 33. Mobley Gerald, 40. 4 I ' -f . ' , 30. ,flim,if,N' Morgan, Jackie, 30, 47. Morris. Dwight, 30, 14 40, 55. Morrison, Sue, 30. .'Vl4Vlf2fU-19 Morrow. Doss, 30. 44. 54, 33, Moser, Eleanor, 30, 47. Moulding. Mary, 30, 54. Muzzall, Ruth, 20, 54. Ness, Roberta, 0. 47. 0'Neil, Jim, 30, 44, 38. 34. Payne, Pat 30, 54. Pease, Logan, 30. Qruoll f vhippsfiviai-yLL0u, 30. M rue 5- Phippsn-lllem, 30, 44. CQq,l,',,:b Poland, Roy, 30, 44. Purnell, Esther, 30, 54, 60. Quieksall, Marian, 30. Quigley, Carol, 30. Randall, Alma, 14, 30, 51, 55. Rasmussen, Helen, 13, 30, 50. Rasmussen, LeRoy, 30. Reese, Irving, 30. f, Re1.l.ly-,--lVI-i-l4e- ,ful nw-,ff Renfrow, Charles, 30. Renfrew, VVy1n-an, 30, 55. I l2.iley,.Delere-s, 30, 46. M 5l!lf7i4!H Rizer. Mary Lou, 30, 45, 47. Smallwood. Diane, 30, 54. smith, Allen, 30, pq 1 Smith, Bev, 30, 47, 51. 3, Sm+t-h,w?ameL-9730, 55.4Vl,4+w-4' if Snodgrass, Donna, 12, 30, 47, 55. Snowden, Herb, 30, 54. Sorenson, Joe, 28, 30, 37, 40. Stoll, Harold, 30. Cfuffvrfw Stoppenbrink, Vernon, 30, Stowe, Jimmy, 9, 30, 34, 40, 44, 55 Taylor, Shirley, 30, 47. Thayer, Jane, 30. A ,f , ' 7-30.17, .iLf,hf fs I J XVahle, Catherine, 23, 47. Mf1"m fr VValker, Jim, 30. ' Warne, Bob 13, 30. Watterson, Sharin, 10, 30, 54, 60. Webster, Loree, 30, 46, 54. Wilcox, Joyce, 30. Winston, Ken, 30, 37, 38, 52. Wright, John, 29, 44. Ziekler, Larry, 28, 34, 37, 38, 48. i 4 5'-51x 1 pf- K V- l , . 1 4- -,F 2 s " , YC rj Q ' ' 4 L, 341' l , ll '17 M' 1 N rylv VRS. W .lf . . ' A 2 ' 1. 3 J is X I . ,J 1 .gurl A !f wx, A x 1 MJ - la . ,xx V, ffx , ' f .Q ,X U!! 7 -X x lj . 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