Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)
- Class of 1951
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NAMES IN THE NEWS
TO YOU. KEN GAFFORD:
Vxfe hope you realize, Ken, +ha+ mere words are inadeguaTe. They
cannoT express our appreciaTion oT your conTribuTion To This liTe
ThaT someTimes seems so conTused .... The Lord said, 'l will
help him who helps himselT." The Lord surely musT be aT your
side, Tor you were as independenT as The breeze aT your Traclc
meeTs, or The cheering crowds aT your baslceTball games, or The
unpredicTable ball ThaT you so magniTicenTfy caughT aT your TooT-
ball games .... Yours was a Triendship never To be TorgoTTen,
a Triendship +ha+ reached inTo The hearT oT The mosT insigniTicanT
sophomore and inTo The hearT oT The mosT looked-upon senior.
Your unTailing Triendship reached everyone who had The oppor-
TuniTy To say, "l-li, Ken." . . . IT is noT good Thar man should be
alone. This, Ken, you need never Tear. For we sTill wallc wiTh you
Through The halls, we sTill iolce wiTh you in The sTudy hall, and we're
sfill willing To give you a hinT abouT The Third chemisTry problem
. . . . We will remember and dearly hold These behaviors unTil
we come To ioin you in your new liTe .... We are parTially consoled
by This ThoughT: l-leaven gives her TavoriTes early ,deaThl
There is no boy in school who will Talqe Ken's place ouT There on
The basl4eTball courT This winTer, buT every member oT The squad
can and will do a liTTle beTTer iob because oT having lcnown him.
. . . There is no boy in This school who can run The hurdles aT The
Valley and STaTe lVleeTs as Ken would have run Them. BUT every
boy can do a beTTer iob by remembering Ken's hard work, his
poise, his deTerminaTion, his desire To be The besT .... We can'T do
anyThing Tor Ken, buT he can do someThing Tor us .... We can
honor him by Tollowing in his ambiTion, his manliness, and his com-
Mr. Brown: Mr. Berger: Mr. Sparks
In order that any business may run smoothly, there must he
administration. In radio, this is the control room and in
E.H.S.'s control room were Mr. Max Berger, superintendent,
Mr. Dick Sparks, business manager, and Mr. Willianu
Brown, principal .... These three men didn't stay in this
control room aloneg the door was open to the students and
no problem was too large or too small to tackle. They made
it a point to know the students, made them feel known, and
Co-operated always. The control room was efficiently run
by efficient men.
Secretary to Superintendent
Miss Mary MacLennan
Secrefa ry to Principal
Mrs. Virginia Robinson
Stuart Corey: Bill Woods: Mr. Brown: Kirk Kaynor: Donna Ferguson: Jean Coursen
The Associated Student Body worked together to make the
school life as pleasant and profitable as possible for all con-
cerned. To raise finances the A.S.B. sponsored the niaga-
zine sales, the pass sales, and the fatulty-student basketball
game .... Sports helped to make our treasury strong by
paying for themselves and backed by this strength, the
A.S.B. tackled the new activity of Homecoming .... Those
directing the students' activities were Kirk Kaynor as presi-
dent, Bill Woocls as vice-president, jean Courson as secre-
tary, Stuart Corey as treasurer, and Donna Ferguson, sopho-
Ellensburg has always been interested in the operations of
its public schools, and well it should be, for the students of
today make tomorrow's citizens .... The tive men, diversi-
fied in occupations who were the members of our school
board have, through their policies and untiring efforts,
helped us to have a school we are proud of .... The board
consisted ot' chairman, Dr. Carl Olander, a medical doctor,
and members, joe Kendall, manager of the local radio sta-
tion, KXLE: ,lames Reese, an independent business man:
Frank Billeter, a farmer: and Edward Rogel, Public Rela-
tions Director at C.'XV.C.E.
Back row: Joe Kendall: Ed Rogel: Frank Billeter. First row: Dr. Carl Olander: James Reese: Max Berger
John Growcock: Miss Argallg Bennett Castleberry
Miss Bakery Betty Nlalinoskyg Robin Nlorthorst
The teachers of E.H.S. were very evident in the role of
newscasters, although few of them were actually "on the
air". They were seen and heard in their classrooms, with
emphasis placed on high educational standards, and with
their help and understanding, we were more able to find
new horizons. Two new faces soon became familiar to all,
those of Mr. Williani Gleason and Mr. Arley Vancil. Dur-
ing the year one name changed, that of Miss Lina Moiiltoii
to Mrs. john Wilkins.
Public Speaking, Radio Production, Speech
Correction, Speech Consultant,
"Speak into the mike . . ."
Health Coordinator, Girls' Tennis Coach,
Point Club, Athletic Club.
"I donlt care what you say . . !"
Industrial Arts, Stage Construction.
"Now. sonny, you know that's not right .
Physics, Chemistry, Boys" 'Counsellor and John Wollenholmi MF- Bafnhill
HYou have got to have a system . . !"
Chorus, Music Festival.
"A-a-a-a-wfw-w-w . .
N icoliason: Br. Bowen
Vocational Shop, F.F.A., Farm Shop.
"Now, you ought to know better than
that .... "
Art. Art Exhibit. Senior Class Ad "s
"Out of the kindness of my heart,
in here .... "
Mr. Camealy: John Mitchell
Jay Crane: Miss Dunstan: Marlyn Moe Jack Abel: Richard Carlson: Frank Page: Mr. Davis
Mr. Gates: Mar aret Shaw
Mr. Gleason: Torn MacArthur
Mr. Henryg Marvin Morton
JOHNSON, J. ARTHUR
Agriculture, F.F.A., Judging Coach,
f'It is in there . .
"Let's have it quiet here. . .
English, Speech, Stagecraft, Latin, Latin
"Oh, I wouldn't say that . . V'
Band, Orchestra, Pep Band.
"The band is only as strong as its weakest
member . .
Health, Baseball Coach, Driver Training.
"Well, hit it . . !"
Miss Johnsony Leslie Bach: Shirley Frederickson
Jim Stowe: Willis Gapeng Mr. Johnson
Industrial Arts, Photography, Cam Club,
"First, get the camera in focus . , '
English and Debate.
"A theme is like 9, gir1's skirt . .
Mathematics, Track Coach.
"You should know around here you can't
get anything for nothing . . !"
Myrna Edminson: Mr. Kibbe
Eva Williams: Miss Klobucher: Marian Alford
Bill Woods: Mr. Purnell
Mr. Rowley: Al Bufton
Bob Vance: Ray Adams: Mr. Nelson
American History, Civics, Football Coach,
Basketball. Lettermen's Club, Bookkeeping.
:'Isn't that clear . . ?"
Dick Boyer: Miss Shuck: George Gibb: Erna Mae Everett
Betty Malinosky: Miss Snell: Virginia Hanks
Mr. Stakkestad: Jerry Hansen: Clyde Reed: Bernie Crouse
Karen Johnson: Pat Hodgson: Mr. Stearns: Shirley Shull
UCK, ANNA B.
Typing, Pep Club, Triple E, Counselling,
Girls' Counsellor and Guidance, Junior Class
"There is only one way to type and that
is the right way . .
Home Economics, F.H.A.
"This here . . !"
Girls' Lockers, Mathematics, Junior Class
Advisor, Hi-Y Advisor, Klahiam Business
"Due to the fact . .
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Boys' Tennis Coach, World History. ,r
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Larry Frederickson: Mr. Vancil: Mary McMor'row
Mrs Wilkins: Eleanor Lampers Mr. Wiseman: Phyllis Anderson: Ella Mae McClure
WILKUNS MRS LINA MOULTON WISEMAN, RUSSEL
Typing Oflice Practice, Shorthand, American History, Civics Football
Spanish Pan American Club. Basketball Coach, Lettermenls Club Sopho
more Class Advisor.
Just a second please . . ."
"Lets get back on the subject
Our cooks have toiled many long hours in order to give us
the best possible meals at a minimum cost. The food was
not only nutritious, but provided enjoyable eating, too. In
keeping with the holidays, turkey was served several times
throughout the year. Handicapping the cooks was the fact
that all food was cooked in the Lincoln School, only served
here. Our thanks to Alice Bunger, Lucy Frear, and Lulu
lirear from the bottoms of our stomachs.
Long hours of labor by the janitors have kept the school
and grounds remarkably clean. Their work varied as the
seasons changed. During the winter they shoveled snow,
mopped the floors, and stoked the furnace, plus the te-
dious job of sweeping the class rooms .... With the ar-
rival of spring, their duties changed to caring forthe campus.
Our appreciation to Vern Wilcox, George Thomas, and
Mrs Steenland Mrs. Frear: Barbara Lee Vern Wilcox: George Thomas: Bob Thomas
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0 Pat Bfartong-Mr. Vancilp Miss Dunstang Eleanor Lampers: Bill Woods
' Darwin Davis
Completing their working days at E. H. S. was the class
of '51, They represented themselves well in all activities,
l both extra and curricular. Showing their strong interest
' in the social side of school life they sponsored many dances,
l including the well attended Junior Prom, "Heaven Sent,"
i the Senior Ball, "Oriental Paradise," a hoedown, and A
E Valentine day basket social. Throughout high school many
l Seniors have led in sports, drama, art and music. The all
l around personality of the class was full of fun and school
i spirit. Bill lxfoods led the class as president, Darwin Davis
as vice-president, Eleanor Lampers as secretary, Pat Barton
as treasurer and Miss Dunstan and Mr. Vantil were the
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ABEL, JACK-Transfcrre-cl l,:iGranile, Uregwn Iii Oregun
S111-ccli Cmitest 2: All Sl-llmll Play 2: l'.l".A. 2, Il, 41 Hugs,
Snecp, Cattle, llairy Cows, Grain, and llrass .Iuclgiug 2, il:
Hi-Y 22, 4: l-'rmtball 2, JG: 'l'ral-li 2, 4: Haslwtball 2: Intra-
ADAMS, RAY--Bulldog' lluarfl 2, 3, 4: liaiin Club 2: Hi-Y
2, Sl, 4: 'Vraa-k 2, ZZ ll'll, 4: Basketball 2, 33: l,eIlermf:n's
ADCOCK, BILL fPecosJ-Hnseiuble 2: Clmrus 2, Ji, 4:
Music Festival 2, 4: liullrlog' Giard 2, Il, -l: Newscast 4:
Football Sl, 4: Baseball 2, 'i llil, 41 Intramurals 2, 32:
Team Alllllkllll-'I' of Intramurals 2: Lette-rnwn's Club 4.
ALFORD, MARIAN-Class 'l'i'casurcl' Z3 Sllllltlll Lfaclcrs
Confere-in-c Il: Red Crrlss Council Cl: Chorus 2: Van-
Ame-rican Club 2, 3, 4: Junior l.ibrarians 4.
ALTICE, TED--Band 2, Cl, 4: Ensemble 4: Chorus IZ. 4:
Music' Festival 3, 4: Klahiam Business 35: N4-wscast 4:
Football 2 llll, fl llil, 4 IEP: Track 2 tlflll Valli-y
liliininatiuns 2: Intrain irals 2: Lelteruu-11's Club 2, fl, 4:
Chaiiinan fur Hoeclnwn 4.
AMON, PAT-Pau-Ami-rican Club 2, 21, 4: Office Practice
4: Xewsi-asi 4: Intramurals 2.
ANTHONY, MUREL--l4'.l4'.A. 2, il, 4: lil-ef and Dairy
Judging: 3: Klahiam Rusinvss 2.
BACH, LESLIE-Chorus 2, 4: E.lusic Festival il, 4: Junior
Librarians 4: Counsellnrs Sl: N1-ws:-ast 4: lladin Prolluction
il, 4: Senior Play 4.
BACHMAN, DARRELL IBiIIJ-Transfvrrl-d XVashtuuna.
VVash. 3: Class Pres. 2: Clnirus 2, 4: Hi'Y Il, 4: Newscast
4: Foutball 2 tl-Il, Sl lldl, 4 llil: Baseball 2: I.ettermcn's
Club Il, 4: Track 4: Senior Play 4.
BARTON, PAT-Transfcrre-ml Seattle ii: llannerette 41
Pan-Arne-rican Club 4: 'l'ri-Hi-Y 4.
BATES, KEN-Band 2, Il: l1'rmtbali 2 llil, Il llllli Intra-
ni lrals 2: 'Pfam M:1na,2vr nf l-'mrtball 4: l.r-ttcrnu-n's
Club 53, 4.
BAUNSGARD, WILLARD-IM-bats 4: Travlc 2, Ii, 4.
BELTON, DORIS-Studs-nl Leaders Cfmnfvreuce 3: Band
4: Pan-Anierican Club 2, II: Junior Librarians 4: Office-
Praciice 4: Klaliiam lllsliturial il: Cam Club 33.
BUNGER, GARY-Stuili-ut lmarlcrs fl0llfl'l'l'llL't' 2, fl: All
Scluvul l'lay 4: Band 2, Il, 4: Music Fe-stival 2, 3, 4:
Klahiain Business 4: 'Ps-nnis 3: Intramurals 21 Scnlm'
BURGETT, JERRY-Sllllll-'lllx Leaders Cnnfe-renee 4: lf.
l-TA. 2, Il, 41 Potato, Apple, l.ix'e-stock, Turkey, Dairy.
and Fat Stock Judging 33, 41 Bulldog Giard ZZ, Il, 4: Hi-Y
fl: Intramurals 2.
BURNS, LAVONNE-'l'ransf-lrrcd Kittitas 4: Senior l'lay
4: Chorus 2: Music Fe-siival 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Junior
Librarians 2: Ufficv l'rac-tice II: Newsnallcr 2, ffl, 4.
CAHOON, CLINT-Newscast 4: Hamlin Promlui-tiun 2, Ci, 4:
Intramurals 2, 3.
CAMPBELL, RUTH-Hand 2, Il: Music Festival 2, 32:
Klahiain Business Z: lilclilurial 4: Plmingrrapliy 2, 3, 4:
Editor 4: Cam Club 2, 31, 4: Newscast 4: lntramurals 2,
CARLSON, RICHARD-l'rujectlon Crew 2: l4'.I".A. 2, 3, 4:
Apple, Potato, and Bw-f .lllfliflllg 2, 12, 4: lllllxlog Guard
2, Il, 4: lntrauuirals 2, Il.
Case Castleberry Chase '
Crane Daggett Davis
Church Cleveland Corey
Edwards Engel Estep
Hiner Hodgson JV.
CHASE, JOY-F.H..-X. 2, Il, 43 F.H.A. Speech Contest fl, 4:
Conference Ii, 43 Chorus 2, 43 Xlusic Festival 23 Triple Trio
4: Pep Club 2, Il, 4: Office Practice 43 'Fri-Hi-Y Sl, 4:
Yell Leader 3: T1-nnis 3, 43 Bannerette 43 l'l0lllQL'0llllll52.'
CASTLEBERRY, BENNETT-All St-bool Play 2, ZZ, 4:
Drama Festival Sl, 41 Band 3, 43 Drum Major 43 Klahiani
Photography 2: Cain Club 2, 31, 4: Radio l'1'lldUL'llllll 22, 4:
Tennis Il, 41 Senior Play 4.
CASE, JOY-F.H.A. 2, fl, 4: F.H.,-X. Speech Contest ZZ, 4:
Office l'1'a.'ti1'e 4.
CHURCH, DORIS-Student Leaders Conference 43 F,H.A.
33 Triple lil 24, 4: Office Practice 4: Salutatorian -l.
CLEVELAND, JANICE-linseinble 43 Cllfltkls il, 43 F,ll.A.
2, Zi: .lunior Librarians 4.
COREY, STUART-A.S.l3. Treasurer 43 Student Leaders
Conferenm- ZZ, 43 Orchestra 2, tl: Latin Club 23 Cain Club Zl3
Football IZ ll'1l, 4 HCP: Tennis 2 QED, Z3 KEJ, 43 I11tra-
murals 2: 'l'ea1n Manager of Football 23 Lette1'111e11's
Cl.1b 4: Senior Play 4.
CRANE, JAY-Projection Crew 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, ll, Cain
Club 2, rl: Ncwsuast 41 Intramurals 2.
DAGGETT, JERRY-Bulldog' Guard 2, Il, 43 l'2lll-
American Club 23 Newscast 43 Track 2, ZZ, 43 Radio l'ro-
duction 2, Il, 43 I11t1'a1nu1'als 23 Homer-oining' Conimittee 4,
DAVIS, DARWIN-Class Treasurer 33 Class Vice-Pres. 41
Rotary Award 4: Football 2, 3 HSD, 4 KEJ3 Track 2, SS HCP:
liitrainurals 2: ldftll-1llll9ll'S Club 3, 43 Senior l'lay 4:
Klahiain Staff 43 Graduation Speaker 4.
EDWARDS, ELDON fChipb-Stage Crew 2, Il, 4: Hullsiog
Guard 2, 3, 4.
ENGEL, LARRY tButchj-Class Vice-Pres. 2: Class
Secretary Cl: Klahiani Photograpliy 23 Cam Club 2, 23, 43
Newscast 43 Football 21 Baseball 2, 4: 1llIl'?llllUl'RlS 2, il.
ESTEP, LANDON-Projection Crew 2, il, 43 F.F.A. 2:
l'iulldog.3' lluarrl 2, -IE, 43 iilahiain Busintss 23 Newcast 4:
EVANS, GL'NDA1'l'l'2IllSf9I'Fv3Kl Anchorage, Alaska 3
Chorus 2: Point Club 3, 43 Athletic Club 2.
FARRELL, JOHN-Chorus 2, 33 Music Festival Il,
GAFFORD, KENNETH CKornJ-A.S.B. Vice:-l'res. 43
Student Loaders Confvrence 33 Counsellors Il, 43 Ili-Y Sl, 4:
Y.V.1.A.A. 'l'0.lY'llkllllQllt 33 Football 2, Z! HCT, 4 llfll:
Track 2, Il llfllg Basketball 2, 3 USD: Letter1nen's Club IZ, 43
Homecoming' fl0l'l1llllftQ1.' 4.
GARRISON, CHUCK iRedJ-All School Play 2, 33 ibranizi
Festival 33 Stage Crew 2, 33 Ensemble 23 Chorus 2, 4.
Operftta 2: Ncwscast 4: Football 33 Basketball 2, il:
Baseball 2, I! llil, 43 Senior Play 4.
GEMMILL, LARRY-A.S.B. Vice-Pres. 113 Soplioinow-
Rep. 2: Student Leaders Conference 2, 33 Newsc-ast 4:
Y.Y.I.A.A. 'l'0Lll'll21lll6llt 2: Basketball 2, il: Baseball 2
KEJ3 Team Maiiagrfr of Baseball 3: Baseball lllSDlI'iflllUllZ1l
3: Letter1nen's Club Cl, -l.
GROVE, BARBARA-Band 4: l-insemble 4: Chorus 2, Il, 4:
Musit' Festival 3, 41 Office Practice 4: Intramurals 2.
GROWCOCK, JOHN-F.F.A. 2, 3, 43 Bulldog' Guard Il, 4:
Radio Prod lK'llOll 2, Sl, 4: Intramurals 23 Senior Play 4.
HABERMAN, CHARLES tGeneJ-PTF..-X. 2, 3, 4: Potato,
Apple, and Livestock Judging' 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3 llfll,
4' HCV Baseball 3: Letter1nen's Club 3, 4.
HABERMAN, JERRY-F.F.A. 2, Il ,4.1
HAHN, BILL-'l'ra11sff'rred Portland, Oregon 43 Class
Pres 23 All School Play 2: Projection Crew 33 Band 2, fl, 4:
Orchestra 2, 343 Ensemble 43 Chorus 2, Il, 4: Northwest
Music Conferviic-e 3: Music i11 May at Pacific University
2, 33 Latin Club 2. 3: Counsellors 2, 33 Football 21 Hasket-
ball 2, Il: Baseball 2, 33 lntraniurals 2, 33 Chairn1a11 for
Hoedown 43 Senior Play 4.
HAKE, JERRY-F,F.A, 2, Cl, 4: Latin Club 23 Football
2, 3,3 lntrainurals 2.
Hanks A' Harmon Hepburn
Howard Johnson Jones
CLASS OF '5I
HANKS, NANCY-Chorus 2: lf'.ll.A. 2, II: Pan-American
Club 3: Office Practice 4.
HARMON, ALLEN-Bulldog Guard 2, Il, 4: Klahiani
Plmtugrapliy Ii, 4: Cam Club 2, 3, 4.
HEPBURN, BETTY-Chorus 2, Il, 4: Music lfcslival 23, 41
Junior Librarians 4: Office Practice -I: Intramurals 2.
HINER, ZOE-Chorus 2, 4: F.l-I..-X. 2, 3: Point Club 2, Ii, 4:
Athletic Club Z, 3, 4: Pan-American 2, 3: Klahiain Business
4: Newscast 41 Intramurals 2: Sniiiclfrcttes Ii.
HODGSON, PAT-All School Play 4: Cliurus 2: Upcretta
2: AIJSIC' Festival 2: l-'.H.A. 2: Athletic Club 2: Junior
Librarians 4: Office Practice 4: Klaliiani Business 4:
'I'ri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2: Sinudgettes SZ: Officers'
'I'rainin:.:' Conference 4: Senior Play 4.
HOGUE, SHERRY-Transferred Kittitas, VVash. 4: Class
Treas. 2: All School Play 2: Drama Festival 2: Pep Club
2, :lg Radio Production 2: Basketball Z, il: liascball 2, 3:
'Fennis 2: Girls' Athletic Assuciatinn 2, ZZ.
HOWARD, TOM-F.F.A, 2, fl, -I.
JOHNSON, KAREN-Band 2, Il: Chorus 2: Music Festival
2: Uporetta 2: Sniudgettes 4: Pep Club Zig Office Practice 4:
Senior Play 4.
JONES, MARLENE-Studi-nt Leaders Conference 2, Cl, 42
All School Play 4: Chorus 2: Operetta 2: Music lf:-stival
2: Pep CI,1b 2, 3, 4: Pan-American Club II: Chairman nf
lst. Yr, Spanish Class 3: Office Practice 4: Yell Leader 4:
l'I0lIltll'0llllllH' Planning' Committee 4: Senior Play 4.
JUMP, BOB-Bulldog Guard Zi, 4: Track 2: Basketball
Il, 4 HCI: Intramurals 2.
JURGENS, LAWRENCE-Klaliiam llusiness 4: Intra-
KAYNOR, KIRK-A.S.B. Pres. 4: Boys' Statc 23: Student
licaclers Conference 4: Latin Club 2: Ili-Y Il, 4: Newscast
ig Y.V.I..-X..-X. Tournament 3, i: Basketball 2, 3 tlil, 4 HCI:
Basketball Inspirational 3: L'-tternien's Club 4: Track 4:
Scnibr Play 4.
KOESTER, LYLE-Stage Crew 3, 4: Ffmtball Il: Tiasket-
ball 2, ZZ, 4: Track 4.
KONTOS, HELEN-Triple IC ii, 4: Junior Librarians 4:
Ufficc Practice 4.
KUKES, BETTY-F.H.A. 2: Office Practice 4.
KUNERT, GLEN-Klahiani Pliotograpliy 33, 4: Cain Club
2, 34, 4: 'Veain Manager of Track 2.
LAMPERS, ELEANOR-Class Secrctary 4: Iiannerettc
4: Chorus 2: F.H.A. 2: Office l"ractice 4: Cnunsellors 3.
LAMPHRY, GALE-Bulldog Guarrl Z, 32, 4: Pan-American
Club 2: Team Manager of Baseball 2, Il.
LARIMORE, JOYCE-Student Leaders C1-nfercncc 713
Cbnrus 2: Uperetta 2: F.H.A. 2: Point Club 15, 4: Athletic
Club 2: Pep Club 4: Pan-American Club 2, ZZ: Klaliiain
LARSEN, GORDON-F.H.A. 2, II, 4: Intramurals 2, Il.
LEE, BARBARA-Student Learivrs f'0llfk'l'PIl4'L' 3, 4:
Athletic Club 2, CI: Klaliiain Business 4: I'l1otug'rapliy 2,
II, 4: Cam Club 3, 4: Newscast 4: lntrainurals 2: Siniul-
gt-lil-.4 3, 4: lf'.'I'.A. 2.
LUNSTRUM, NELSE-Stufleni Leailers Cmifercnce 21
Chorus 2: Team Manager of Fmitball 2, II: Iiaslcetball 2,
3: ltaseball 2, 3: Track 4.
LYM, BOB-l".F.A. 2, 3.
MAVER, CHRISTINA fChrisJ-Office Practice 4.
MCELROY, SUE-Chorus 2: Music Fcstival 2: Operctta 2:
Pcp Club 2, 3, 4: Office Practice 4.
MEAGHER, MARGARET-Student licatlers Conference 3:
Reel Cross Council 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4:
Klahiani I-I isiness 3: Cain Club il, 4: Newscast 4: Apple
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Lamphrey Larimore' Larsen ' '
Mannin Mavers . McElroy
Lee Lunstrum Lym 'X
Meagher Minton Mitchell I
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Nason Nlcollason Offer
CLASS OF 'Sl
MINTON, BOB-llebate 4: Bulldog Guard 2, 3, 4.
MITCHELL, MARCELLA-F.lgI.A. 2, 3: Office Practice 4.
MOE, MARLYN CMarneyJ--Student Leaders Conference
Zi, 4: lflnsemble 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3: Music Festival 2, 3, 4:
l'ep Club 2, 3, 4: Klahiam Business 2, 3: Newscast 4: Yell
Leader 3: Tennis 2, 3: Intramurals 2: Art Contest 2, 3:
Smudgrettes 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
NIOREAU, GEORGE-All School Play 2: Chorus 2: l7.F.A.
2, 3, 4.
MOREAU, MARY ELLEN-Chorus 2, 3: Music Festival
2, Il: F.H.A. 2, 3: .lunior Librarians 4: Tennis 2, 3: Intra-
ni irals 2.
MORRISON, DONALD fDonJ-Transferred Kittitas 4:
F. F.A, 2, 3: Football 2: Track 2: Basketball 2: Baseball 2.
MORRISON, FRANCIS-Transferred Seattle, NVash. 3:
Chorus 2, 3: Music Festival 3: F.H.A. 2, 3: Point Club 4:
Athletic Club 3: Latin Club 2.
MORROW, NORMA-Chorus 2: Point Club 2, 3: Athletic
Club 2: l'cp Club 3, 4: Pan-American Club 2, 3: Junior
Librarians 4: Counsellors 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Cam Club 2, 4:
Tennis 2, 3, 4.
MORTON, MARVIN--Band 2, 3, 4: Swing Band 4: En-
semble 2, 4: Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Cam Club 2, 3: News-
cast 4: Football 2: Baseball 2 KEJ, 3 fldl, 4: Intramurals
2, 3: Team Manager of Intramurals 2: llettermen's Club
'7 3 4
MUDD, DENNY-Class Pres. 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Music
Festival 2, 32 Football 2, 3 tEl, 4 IEP: Track 2, 3 tEJ, 4:
lntramurals 2: Lettermt-n's Club 3, 4.
MULLEN, PATRICK tPatJ-Transferred Kittitas 4:
A.S.l5. l'res 3: Class Officer 2: F.F,A. 2, 3: Football 2, 3:
Track 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3.
NANCE, MARY-Chorus 2, 3: Music Festival 3: F.H.A.
2, 3, 4.
NASON, JOANNE-l'.lC,O. Award: Student Leaders Con-
ference 4: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Triple E 2, 3, 4: Office Practice 4.
NICOLAISEN, JACK-l-'.F..-X. 2, 3, 4: Bulldog Guard 3, 4:
lfli-Y 2, 3, 4.
OFFER CAROL-Student Leaders Conference 2, 3, 4: All
school Play 4: Band 2, 31 Ensemble 4: Chorus 4: llusic
Festival 2, 3, 4: F.H..-X. 2, 3: State Convention 2, 3: Pep
Club 2, Il, 4: l'an-American Club 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4:
Youth and Government 3, 4: Ufficers' Training Confer-
ence 3, 4: Yell Leader 4: Tennis 3: A.S.l3. Council 4.
OTT, THERESA-Chorus 2: Music' Fcstival 2: F.H.A. 2:
Point Club 3, 4: Athletic Club 2, 3: Office Practice 4:
Counsellors 3: Uperetta 2: Senior l'lav 4.
OVERTON, ROY-F.l-YA. 2, 3, 4: Potato, Livestock, Dairy,
Swine, Juflfringr 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Football 4: Intra-
PAULSON, BYRON tBy7-Band 2, 3: Chorus 4: Hi-Y 4:
Football 2 tlil, 3 tlil, 4 tlil: Track 3, 4: Blocking Award
in Football 4: Lcttermeu's Club 3, 4.
PENCE, GLEE-Student Leaders Conference 4: Ensemble
2, 3: Chorus 2, 3: Music Festival 2, 3: Operetta 2: Pep
Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3: Klahiam Business 3: Newscast
4: Intramurals 2: Homecomin,: Planning' Committee 4,
PHARE, DENA-All School Play 4: Rand 2, 3, 4:
Majorettc 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 2: Office Practice 4:
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Newscast 4: Intramurals 2: Senior Play 4.
PHILLIPS, DONNA-Hand 2, 32 Chorus 2: Music Festi-
val 2, 3: F.T.A. 2: Triple IC 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4.
PRICE, WINONA 4WindyJ-Student Leaders Conference
4: Chorus 2: F.H.A. 2: Uperetta 2: Point Club 3, 4:
Athletic Club 2: Pep Club 4: l'an-American Club 2, 3:
Klaliiam Business Manager 4.
PUGH, DARLENE-Student Leaders Conference 4: F.-
H.A, 2, 3: Triple E 3, 4: Athletic Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4:
l'an-American Club 3: Klahiam Editorial 4: Newscast 4:
Intramurals 2: Homecoming Planning Committee Chair-
Ott I Overton 1 Pa e
Paulson Pence Phare Phillips Price Pugh
CLASS OF '5l
PURNELL, MERTON fMertJ-Class Pres, 313 I-lnys' State
Sl: Student Lezulers Cunfereuc-e -13 Football 2 ll-ll, 3 IEW,
-I GCI: 'I'rat'k 2 11411, Il Gil, 4: Iiztsketball 2, l-'uutball Iu-
spirztlifuial Cl: iA'il1'l'llIt'll'S Club Cl, 4.
REID, HAZEL-l',l4I.0. Awztrdg Girls' State Sl: Student
l.ezulers Conferem-e 2, Il, 4: All St-luiul Play 2, il: Ensemble
2: Chorus 2: l'niut Club IJ, 4: Athletic' Club 2: Pep Club Il,
I: l,zttiu Club 2, Il: Counsellors 4: 'l'ri-Hi-Y Cl, 41 Cain Club
il, -li Tennis Sl, 4: Newscast 4: Intrzuuurzils 21 Vztlel'iict4n'-
RENFRO, CAROL-Hand Sl, lg ill'I'i'lt'StI'1l l: Musim' Festi-
vzil Il: I".H.A, Cl: iiililll Club 2, Il,
RILEY, RAY-Trziusfvrred Kirklziiifl, YYz1sli, Ill A.S.l'!.
S2Il'!4'21lll-?lI-.Xl'lllS 23 Chorus 2, Il: Musie lf'vstix'z1l 2: Yell
SHULL SHIRLEY-Chorus 2, Il: Music- lfustivzll 2, Il:
IH-in Club 2, Il, 4: iiilll-gXIHPl'i4'2lIl Club 2, Ji: Senior Play 4.
STEVENSON KITTY-Student Leaders Conference 43
lluml 2, Zig Chirrus 41 Music- lfestivzll 2, 4: l4'.'l'.A. 23 Officio
I'i'zit'tiw- 4: News:-:ist 4: lntrz1uuu'uls 2: .X.S.l!, Student
ltHllllCii 4: Seuiur Play 4.
SUMNER, SHIRLEY-'I'1'ansl't-1-i'ed Kittitzts, XVash. 4:
Class Ser. Il: Iliusenible 2, ll, 4: Chorus 2, Il, 41 Music
lfestivzil 2: l-'.ll..X: 2: Pep Club 2, Il: Radio Pruduvtion 2,
Girls Athletic .Xssm-izttion 2, Sl.
THOMSON, PATTY-l'.l'Z.0. .Xwzu-di Girls' State Il:
Student Leaders Cnnferenve 2, Il, 43 All St-huol Play Sl:
lwviul Club 2, Zig Athletic Club 2: Pep Club 2, il, 41 Latin
Club 2. Il: Crruusellurs 43 Klziliizun Editorial il, 43 Editor 4,
'l'ri-Ili-Y Il, 43 fqillll Club Il, 41 Tennis Il IICJ, 4.
TOZER, WARREN 4'l'r1a1lJ-lltillilcmpg'Guard 2, Sl, 4: Hi-Y 41
'i'l'2li'ii 2, Il llil, 4: Senior l'luy 4.
VANCE, BOB-llauul 2, Il, lg Music Ifestivztl 2, Il, 4:
'I'rzu'lq Cl KICI, 4: l,ettern1eu's Club 4.
WARD, BOYD-Cliurus 2, il, 4: Music' lfestivul :Ig Tennis
4: Ilrzinizl Frstivzil 43 Senifu' Pizty 4.
WARREN, CHARLES-l-'.l+'.A. 2, Sl, 4: Apple .ludging 2:
l'uu-Ann-rieau Club 4: lfrmtlitill Il, I 41-Il: lutrzuuurals 2, Ill
iik'lil'l'lll0ll'S Club 4.
WATSON, MARLENE-Clulrus 2, Cl: Uperettzl 2: Mnsie
l+'m-stivzll 2, Pep Club 2, Il, -l: Hffii-e l'r'am'ti4'e 4: 'l'ri-1-li-Y
Il, -lg Yuuth zuul Guvernnn-nt :lg Uffivers' 'I'raiuing' Con-
1'ert-iuxl 43 Seniur l'lzty 4.
WATTS, JOY-uffit-e T'ravti.'t- 4.
WEBER, MARY--Chorus 2, Il, 4: Musiv lfestiwtl Il, 4:
'I'i-iple IC Il, 4,
WEBSTER, CAROL-Pau-Auulriezxii Club 2, :ll News-
WILKINS, CAROLE-Band 2, CS, 4: Muimwtte 2, Il, 4:
I'il1ll'llS 2, Alusit- lfestivzll 2, 'l'ri-l-Ii-Y Sl ,I: Newscast 41
WILLIAMS, EVA-l'Iuse1ubli- 4: Chorus 2, 41 l",F'.A. 2:
l'uint Club Il, 4: Athletic' Club 2, Il, 4: Pep Club 41 Pun-
Auutrit-uii Club Il: Klzthizun Business 4: Intrzlniurals 2.
WILSON, DALE-Hand 2: iiilll-A1l1t'l'll'2lll 2, Intru-
iuurzils 2: 'l'vniu Mzirmger nf Ilatslcetball 2.
WOODS, WILLIAM 1WoodyJ-A.S.R, Vic-e-l"res. 43 Class
View--l'i'es. Iii Clztss Pres. 4: Student Leaders Crmfereiuw-
Zi: Iiulld-sg' Guzuwl 2, Cl, 43 Hi-Y Il, 41 Cum Club 2, Sl, 4:
Y.V.l.A.A. Tuuruzunent Il, 41 'l'rzu:k 2 llir, Il IEKI, 4:
llusltt-tllztll 2. Il, llil, 4 IEP: lit-ttermen's Club 32, 4i Senior
Play 4: Graduation Speaker 4.
STOLL, DON-'l'z-zuisferred XVenatchee, W'ash, 35 Car-
penter 3: General Course.
Tozer Vance Ward
Weber ' Webster Wilkins
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Esther Purnell, Jimmy Allen, Jerry Mann, Miss Shuck, Nl
Stakkestad, Bud Hickenbottom
Sports, drama, art, music, and social life were essential parts
in the program of every junior. Utilizing its capabilities,
interests, and experience, the class proved itself a very active
member of E.H.S. and one with many potential leaders ....
Their junior Prom, themed "Enchanted Forest," was en-
joyed by all who attended .... Though the class had trouble
in collecting dues, the year was of much value .... Lead-
ing the juniors were Bud Hickenbottom, president, Esther
Purnell, vice-presidentg jerry Mann, secretary, jimmy Allen,
treasurerg and advisors, Miss Shuclc and Mr. Stakkestad.
Jimmy Phyllis Elmeda - Billie
Allen Anderson Barker l Bennett
Don Virginia Al Lindell
Brooks Brune Bufton Burrough 1
David Jack ,X Grace John
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Pep and initiative were the labels on the Sophomores of '51,
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leading sellers in the annual magazine subscription drive,
led in A.S.B. pass sales, and found themselves outstanding
in sports and music. This energetic group has contributed
much to the life and school spirit of E.H.S. Leading this
class in its first year of high school were president, Norine
Smithg vice-president, Ralph Schullerg secretary, Ruth Neil-
song and treasurer, Tommy Meagher. The class advisor was
Mr. Russel Wiseiiiail.
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Wi+h some sfudenls parlicipafing in ac+ual play
and ofhers on 'rhe spec+a+or side as fans, fhe
I950-5I sporrs season of E.H.S. saw many a
pigslcin cross +he goal line, many a ner scorched
by fhe baslcelball wi+h +he hide removed, l'he
'Flying spikes of 'rhe 'rraclc shoes reduced, and fhe
fennis raclcefs swung wi1'h much mighl' and power.
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and all showed abilify and good spor+smanship,
'rhose qualifies so necessary +o produce +he win-
ning Teams we had .... Ha+s off +o rhe combina-
+ion of coaches. afhleres, and spec+a+ors: you
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Back row: Russ Wiseman: Jim Meyers: Ken Bates: Del Evans: John
Malinosky: Stub Rowley. 4th row: Jerry Jordan: Jim O'Neil:.Dean.Wake:
George Bellah: Bob Edge: Bill Greenwood: Jim Eastham: Jim Frichette:
lvlonte IVlcI..acnlan: Roland Pickup. 3rd row: Stan Jacobs: Jack Church:
Darwin Davis: Ken Gafford: Bob McCaully: Bud Hickenbottom: Doss
Morrow: Nlert Purnell: Ted Altice. 2nd row: Denny Mudd: By Paulson:
Richard Mountjoy: Gerald Mobley: Walt Haberman: Ron Brunson: Don
Petre: Stu Hanson: Ken Kukes. 'lst row: Lyle Koester: Dick Brown: Bill
Bachman: Stu Corey: Jim Hauser: Gene Haberman: Roy Overton: David
The Ellensburg Bulldogs, under the fine coaching of Stub
Rowley and assistant coach Russ XX7iseman, chalked up one
of the finest records of any Ellensburg eleven in recent
years. The Bulldogs came through their 1950 grid season
with seven wins and two defeats. Although losing to
Wapato by one point, the team rolled through their remain-
ing five games in style, placing them in second place in
the northern division of the Yakima Valley Class A Con-
ference. The showing helped six of the team to be elected
to All Valley honors. Twinkle-toes Mert Purnell, halfback
for the eleven, was selected to the first team and also named
All State. Other outstanding players, voted to receive sec-
ond team honors, were Denny Mudd, Stan Jacobs, and Dar-
win Davis, with Ken Gafford and Bob McCauley being
voted to the third string. Honorable caption of the year
voted to the third string. Honorable captain of the year
Davis, and blocking award went to By Paulson. Six mem-
bers made All Conference honors and three, team honors,
but the thirty-six members of the football squad were El-
lensburg's football success.
'lfed Altice Bill Bachman George Bellah Jack Church Stu Corey
Jim Houser Stan Jacobs Lyle Koester Bob McCauley Doss Morrow
'5I GRID SCORES
Date XXf'hcrc Store
Sept. li Here Mt. Si 15-S Ellcnslwiirg
Sept, 22 Tncrc Cashmere 6-l 9 Ellcmbiirgg
Sept. 29 Hum 'loppcnisli 7-20 Ellciislmrg
Ott. Cv llicrc Vliptito lfl-i5 lillcmlvlnrg
Url. l5 Here Prosser ll-lb! Ellen-.lwurfg
Ott. 20 Hcrc Selah lj-26 Ellcnslwurg
Ott. J' l'llC.'l'C Marquette IQ- lil EllCllSl3LlI'xQ
Nm, 5 Here Higlilaml IB-55 Ellcnslwlirg
Nm, ll Here Cla Klum l5- l 9 Ellcnslmrg
Top right: No. 11. Gene Haberman: No. 43. Stan Jacobs: No. 47, Ken Gafford: No. 48. Ted Altice. Top 2nd: No. 35. Mert Purnell: No. 17.
By Paulson. Left: Mert Purnell carrying ball: Gene Haberman. Middle: Ken Gafford carrying: Jim Houser. Right: No, 11, Gene
Haberman: No. 27, Doss Morrow: No. 35, Mert Purnell: No. 40, Denny Mudd: No. 42, Lyle Koester: No. 43, Stan Jacobs: No. -16, Bob
D. Davis K. Gafford B. Greenwood G. Haberman B. Hickenbottom
D. Mudd B. Paulson M. Purnell C. Warren J. Malinosky
Standing-K. Kukes: R. Ferguson: J. Hanks: B. Hicken-
bottorn: L. Zickler.
Seated-K. Kaynor: B. Woods: B. Godes: B. Jump: J.
Eastham: S. Hanson.
The Bulldogs, coached by Russ XXfiseman, came
through with the most successful season in several
years hy capturing third place in the Y.V.I.A.A. tour-
nament .... The quintet won tour of their six pre-
season games .... Regular conference play started
poorly for the dogs, losing three oi' their first six
gamesg hut the team paced by their seasoned regulars
pulled out ot the slump to finish strongly in a tie with
Top-D. Martinen: K. Winston: B. Greenwood: D. Mc-
Nealy: B. Lyons.
Second-R. Schullerz G. Gibb: J. Meyers: D. Kaynor:
First-B. McCauley: K. Kukes: J. Sorenson: J. Jordan:
T. Meagher: Coach Rowley.
Xxfapato for second place honors .... Their tourna-
ment record went: a defeat to Waiuato, wins over
Marquette, Kennewick, and Pasco, and a final defeat
to Richland in a hard fought game forthe second place
hirth to State .... Memhers of the squad chose Kirk
Kaynor as captain and Boh Godes as inspirational
award Winer, The Bullpups, not to he outdone hy the
varsity. set up a I-lei recosd lor a proven successful
Top-J. Eastham: R. Ferguson: B. Godes: J. Hanks: B. Bottom-B. Jump: K. Kaynor: B. Woods: L. Zickler:
Hickenboitom. L, Rasmussen.
Zickler, 9: B. Hickenbottom, 12: B. Godes. 7
'5I HOOP SCORES
Dec. 1 Wapato
Dec. l Wapato
Dec. 1 Wapato
Dec. 1 Wapato
Dec. 8 There
Dec. 15 Here
Dee. 16 Here
Dec. 22 Here
Dec. 28 There
Dec. 29 There
Jan. 5 Here
Jan. 6 There
Jan. 12 There
Jan. 13 Here
Jan. 19 Here
Jan. 20 There
Jan. 26 There
Jan. 27 Here
Feb. 2 There
Feb. 3 Here
Feb. 9 Here
Feb. 10 There
Feb. 16 There
Feb. 17 Here
Feb. 23 Wapato
Feb. 24 Wapato
March 2 Richland
March 3 Richland
March 8 Wapato
March 20 Here
B. Godes, 7: L. Zickler,
B. Woods, 6: B. Jump, 8: J. Eastham, 13.
Kaynor, 11: B. Godes, 7: B. Woods,
BULL PUP SCORES
Standing-Assistant Coach Richardson: Coach Nelson: J. Perrie: L. Koester: D. Morrow: R. Carraher: J. Stowe:
D. Bowen: J. Abel: H. Anderson: D. Wake: B. Paulson: W. Tozer: D. Mudd: K. Kaynor: M. Purnell: B. Godes:
B. Hickenbottom: B. Woods: B. McCauley: N. Lunstrum: D. Davis: R. Williams: Coach Mettler: N. Berg.
Kneeling: B. Bachman: D. Petra: J. Burgett: B. Vance: L. Bowen: M. Higgens: D. Bangs: R. Hatzenbeler: J.
Houser: R. Adams: A. Smith: A. Bufton: D. Charlton.
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With the return of nine lettermen, promising
Sophomore prospects, and other students of E. H. S.,
the 1951 track season got under way. Coach Nelson
brought his speedsters along slowly, building them
up for the always important Valley Eliminations,
Valley Meet, and State Meet at Pullman .... The
Invitational at Yakima placed Ellensburg third among
larger schools, such as Wenatchee, john Rogers of
Spokane, and Walla Walla, as well as valley schools
. . . . The track men of E. H. S. were truly Cinder
stars, while not always winning, they were always
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Standing-Coach Henry: L. Gemmill: D. McNeaIy: B. Greenwood: S. Hanson: J. Hanks: C. Dunlap: C. Garrison:
K. Kukes: Bellamy: Shatterlea: G. Mobley: L. Rasmussen: R. Ferguson: J. Sorenson: B. Adcock: G. Haberman: J.
Mann: D. McMahan: R. Schulier: J. Gordon: R. Mountjoy: W. Renfrow: W. Haberman: B. Wippel: T. Meagher:
D. Evans: S. Schille.
Coach Henry started the baseball season with .1 few
experienced seniors, and mostly new material com-
posed of promising sophomores and juniors. The
boys went into their first game without a weeks
practice. because of the moving up of the schedule,
and the season started slowly: but as it progressed,
their abilities improved and experience proved the
best teacher. After losing their first encounters
they wound up by taking wins from strongly favored
opponents. Their record so far was 5 wins and 6
losses. Next year's team promises to be boned by
an almost complete veteran aggregation.
Ferguson rounding first.
There Marquette 13
There Wapato 7
There Highland 18-3
Here Selah 1
Here Wapato 5
Here Marquette 8
There Toppehish 3
Here Cle Elum 0
There Cle Elum 1
There Selah 1
Here Highland 3
Here Tcppenish 9
Coach Gladys Baker's girls showed a record of no
losses, -l wins, and 3 ties so far to prove the strongest
net team in four years. Many regulars on the team
were of the Junior and Sophomore Classesg they
should give even more support next year. The girls
used the courts 6th period and at 4:30 split them
with the boys, to get their practice in. Though
the space for practice was inadequate, exercises and
wall tactics were supplements. All around good
weather helped in the team's build-up. Seniors
leaving this year are Carolyn Case, Donna Phillips,
Top-B. Dryerg A. Hatzenbelerg N. Norlingg L. Lambsong L. Gemmillg
J. Frearg H. Reid.
Second-Coach Baker: P. Barton: M. Rizerg B. Rizerg D. Phillipsg N. Morrow.
First-P. Thomsong C. Casey J. Jonesg L. Cookey B. Rudolph.
. 4. W fv
Shot 1-N. Morrow
Shot 2-P. Thomson
Hazel Reid, Norma Morrow, and Pat Thomson.
Date Where Scores
April 13 There Highland 2-2 Ellensburg
April 14 Here Wapato 2-2 Ellensburg
April 20 Here Selah 2-2 Ellensburg
April 24 There Yakima 1-3 Ellensburg
April 28 There Top-Hi 0-4 Ellensburg
May 4 Here Cle Elum 1-1 Ellensburg
May 5 There Cle Elum 1-3 Ellensburg
May 11 There Selah Ellensburg
May 12 Here Highland Ellensburg
May 15 Here Toppenish Ellensburg
May 18 and 19 Northern District To
nt at 'Yaki
ma Mary Rizer, Jo Jones and Hazel Reid went to the Mr
finalsg Pat Thomson to the semi finalsg Barb Rudolph
and Norma Morrow were in the first round.
Shot 3-M. Rizer Shot 4-H. Reid
Mr. Arley Vancil, in his first year here as boys'
tennis coach, proved to be capable and well-liked.
The team, with the exception of Stu Corey, had no
experience. Witli a large number of boys starting
in, however the group yielded a well-balanced team
that grew increasingly stronger as the season pro-
gressed. Their record so far was -i losses, 2 wins,
and 1 tie. They used the courts after school and at
4:50 split with the girls .... For the first time in
three years, the courts saw paint, as the boys and
girls in a joint project, repaired the wire fence and
painted lines ..,. Seniors leaving this year are
Landon Estcp, Boyd Ward, Bennett Castleberry, and
Date Where Scores
April 13 There Highland 3-1 Ellensburg
.April 14 Here Selah 3-1 Ellensburg
April 20 Here Wapato 3-1 Ellensburg
April 24 There Yakima 4-0 Ellensburg
April' 28 There Top-Hi 2-2 Ellensburg
May 4 Here Cie Elum 1-3 Ellensburg
May 5 There Cie Elum 1-3 Ellensburg
May 11 There Selah 0-4 Ellensburg
May 12 Here Highland 1-3 Ellensburg
May 15 Here Toppenish 1-3 Ellensburg
May 18 and 19 Northern District Tournament at Yaki-
ma Boyd Ward, Landon Estep, Gene Jump, and Jim
Eastham Went to the li finalsg Stu Corey and Jim
Frichette were in the first round.
Shot 1-B. Ward Shot 2-
Top-G. Jump: L. Estep: J. Meyers: M. McLachlan: J. Eastham.
Bottom-J. Frichetteg S, Corey: B. Castleberryg D. Kaynor: A. Frederick
B. Ward: Coach Vancil.
Shot 3-S. Corey
Shot 4-B. Castleberry
The Log represenls a diary of +he year's work in
calendar 'Form wifh picfures bringing in'reres+ +0
+he evenfs .... Because of limi+ed space, and in
order +o give a more comple+e idea of whal' +he
acfive clubs did, rafher fhan who was in each
club, we are using fhis seclion .... H' is a combi-
na+ion of classes and club ac1'ivi'ries and o'rher
highlighfs 'rhroughour 'Phe school year.
I ? Sept.
Sept. 5thHThe doors of E.H.S. opened to a not too
happy, sun-bleached flood of students, old and
new, busily adjusting themselves for nine
months of "school life." . . . "Gee! It has hot
Sept. 6th--After the confusion with a split lunch
line, everything seemed to setttle down.
Sept. 7th-A.S.B. pass sales started with everyone
determined to sell more passes than ever before.
Sept. Sth-Yells and cheers poured from all
windows as yell leader tryouts went on. Skits
were given by the journalism class on how and
how not to sell A.S.B. passes. They left every-
one wondering if Leslie Bach's vericose veins
were a serious case.
Sept. 11th+Yell leaders elected for the year 1950-
51 were Carol Offer, Marlene jones, and jack
Cargo . . . Pass sales were going strong.
Sept. 13th-Rackets and balls were dug out as fall
tennis got underway.
Sept. 14th-New idea! Everyone's picture on his
A.S.B. pass. The pictures were taken with the
new identification camera that Cam Club ob-
tained for the school .... Pep Club started
marching again at eight o'clock on Thursday
Sept. 15th-Hearing the familiar "Our band is only
as good as its weakest member," the Ellensburg
band gave out with the music for its Ellensburg
listeners, A freshman faculty member, Mr. Bill
Gleason, was director. He was a graduate of
E,H.S. and C.W.C.E. Highlights of the year
were the Music Festival, Christmas concerts,
radio programs, drills at football games, and
participation in Homecoming. Leading a serpen-
tine of students thru town, the new band uni-
forms of blue slacks with dark blue stripes, blue
waist coats, and blue high hats with white
plumes were worn for the first time. A pep
band, composed of members from the regular
band, played at the basketball jamboree at
Wapato. Officers were Gary Bunger, president,
Bonita Meyer, vice-president, Florence Mc-
Cracken, secretary, Bennett Castleberry, drum
major, Dena Phare, Carole Wilkins, and Glenna
Herbert, drum majorettes, Doris Belton, Ro-
berta Ness, and Barbara Grove, flag bearers,
and Pat Barton, Carolyn Case, and Eleanor
Lampers, banner carriers . . . The first football
game and loss to Mt. Si, 13-8.
18th-First National Assembly of the year
echoed mellow marimba music . . . Beard rais-
ing by the football team was adopted. The
question was, "When are they coming off?"
19th-F.F.A., short for Future Farmers of
America, was an organization set up to further
new ideas and interest in farmers. They held
and participated in many judging contests. Their
main social events were the Father and Son
banquet, their "special" initiation, and a bright
spot was the new Ford tractor they received half
of which was paid by Kellehers. Officers were,
Gene Haberman, president, jim O'Neill, vice-
president, George Gibb, secretary, Bud Hick-
enbottom, treasurer, joe Sorenson, reporterg
jerry Burgett, sentinel, A. johnson and Delton
20th-An enlightening assembly was given by
the executive committee of the Bulldog Club,
concerning the club's activities and membership.
22nd-We won, by golly, .we won! Set off
with a fiery pep assembly, the Bulldogs came
through over Cashmere, 19-6. Over a hundred
L. Bach, C. Garrison
E.H.S. rooters, plus the band, followed the
team to cheer them to their victory. We were
sure that the beards would now come off.
Sept. Zith-Myl We hardly remembered what the
football team looked like without all that extra
Sept. 27th-Apat Haberman, an E.H.S. sophomore
student who contacted polio this year, was pre-
sented a brand new portable radio from the
student body. The radio was, purchased with
the help of Mapes Appliance, where we re-
ceived a large discount . . . A farewell speech
by former chief of police, Chi Love, was featur-
ed in the assembly.
Sept. 28th-Pep Club and band members were
diligently practicing for tomorrow nightys
marching routine at half time . . . The motto
H. Camden: C. Webb: A. Killian: B. Simpson: J. Gehlen: B. Bickle.
C. Offer: J. Cargo: M. Jones.
Mr. Kibbe, Mr. Barnhill, T. Davis, B. Edge
Flag Bearers: C. Case: P. Barton: E. Lamphers: leading E.H.S. band
of Future Homemakers of America, "Toward
New Horizons," expressed the purpose of the
organization-flearning to live better today in
order that their lives and those of their families
may be better tomorrow. As a project, F.1-I.A.
girls sold food at home athletic events. They
also had one social affair per month and on
this day they held a party for new members.
Miss Ednell Snell served as advisor of the
group. The officers were: Donna Snodgrass,
president, Elinor Moser, vice-president, Mary
Able, secretary: Laura Lambson, treasurer.
29thA!'Stubbie," our new school mascot, was
introduced by our yell leaders. Did he or did
he not remind us of a faculty member? Also in
the assembly was the introduction of the
candidates for Homecoming Queen and
Princesses. Say Pep assemblies have really been
throwing a lot of weight around lately, for
the Bulldogs came up with another win, lick-
ing Top Hi's team, 20-7.
3Othf-Cam Club, swearing their allegiance 'to
the sea, set out for a cruise in the sound. Who
said they were "land lubbersu? Glub-glub.
5rd---World series time once more, with the
Phillies battling the Yanks . . . "Anybody want
to bet a dime?"
4thASodalitas Latina, the Latin club of '51,
was composed of all students who took Latin.
Its purpose was to hand on the torch of classi-
cal civilization in the modern world. The first
event on the calendar of this club was the
initiation of the first year Latin students whom
we found rolling toothpicks with their noses.
The second event was their annual Roman Ban-
quet, always a very colorful celebration, held
later in the year. The motto of the Banquet
Mr. Gehleng G. Habermany Mr. Davis: J. O'NeiI: G. Gibb
J. Sorensong Mr. Johnson: B. Hickenbottom.
was, "When in Rome, do as the Romans dof,
Officers were chosen each semester, the advisor
and teacher was Mr. Maxwell Gates.
5th-KEHSls first broadcast of the year was
full of news. High-lighting it was the announce-
ment of our Royal Court: Carolyn Case, queen,
Esther Purnell, junior princess, Shirley Richards,
6th---With a gallant, brave battle, we experi-
enced our first loss to Wapato. The score was
tear jerking, 14-15. This may put a cork on
our Bulldogs' chances of winning the valley
9th-This day saw the boys and girls of E.H.S.
busily combing their hair and applying makeup
in preparation for their Klahiam pictures.
11th-Class officer election returns were made
12th--E.H.S.'s first Homecoming went under
way with an assembly, a parade, and rally, The
parade, starting at the school and winding
through town, ended around a bonfire at Third
St. and Ruby where speeches were given by our
Queen, her royal court, football players, and
alumni. These Homecoming functions were
broadcast step by step over KXLE.
13th-In keeping with the Homecoming spirit,
the Bulldogs, not to be downed, trounced
Prosser, 18-0. At the half time of this game,
the Band and Pep Club, in V-formation, in-
troduced our Queen and Princesses to the
audience. They rode in a sleek black convertible.
After the game, many attended the alumni-
student dance at the Y.M.C.A.
16th-Criticism of Homecoming? lt was very
successful, considering it was our first. We
lived it and profited much . . . Victor Pavamani,
from India, talked to us fifth period about
lndia's place in world affairs.
17th-Third period we had music on the ac-
cordian, piano, and organ by two blind men.
They were raising money for Braille books ....
The seniors chose Miss Dunstan and Mr. Vancil
as their advisors.
It-lthfMoney was collected for the blind in re-
sponse preceding assembly .... junior advisors
chosen were Miss Shuck and Mr. Stakkestad.
19th-"Broadcasts are getting better all the
time," was a familiar remark as KEHS went on
the air for the third time .... Advisor elected
by the sophomores was Mr. Wfiseman.
2OthfPep assembly was set up with the bands
"Piano Roll Blues," rolling up another Bulldog
victory. Ellensburg 27, Selah 13.
23rd-flnformation was given by Mr. Brown
on Propositions 1 and 2 which would be on the
election ballot on November 7. These propo-
sitions concerned funds for a new grade school
and repairs on the junior and senior high build-
24th-ffUnited Nations Day! What this day
meant was the subject of an assembly presented
by a panel of students from the sophomore
world history class, and speaker, jack Shore.
J. Morgan: FK. Dunlap: B. J. Bennett: M. Able: D. Snodgrass
N. Norling: M. McMorrow: C. Rasmussen.
25th----Mr. Edward Camealy led the chorus of
mixed voices most successfully. The chorus very
ably participated in many assemblies and even-
ing performances. Orchids were deserving of
Mr. Camealy and his chorus for a most enter-
taining and well done choral concert. More of
their achievements will be heard of later in the
year when they take part in the annual music
26th-Crollwell Colliers salesman, rather a
comedian, started off E.H.S.'s magazine sub-
scription sales. The profit from these sales is
to be split almost fifty-fifty between the com-
pany and our A.S.B. fund.
E. H. S. Chorus
Sophomore Princess, S. Richards: Junior Princess,
E. Purnell: Queen, C. Case.
27th---Never let it be said that the pep assem-
blies weren't a successl This time the Bulldogs
defeated the Marquette Squires, -40-19.
51st-f-Halloweenl Many parties were held for
the students to keep them out of trouble this
night: however, there was one thing missing,
lst- Another month full of days, hours, and
2ndfWe found Band and Pep Club perfecting
their march routine for the game with Highland
. . . . Another event was the journalism broad-
cast fourth period.
Ox 0 A'
. 3rd+The team wound up their home season by
defeating Highland, 33-13, despite the heavy fog
and mist that prevailed.
Nov. 8th--Ugh' Report cards for the first uartcr
. . q A
Some were happy or sad, while most were re-
solved to do better.
. 9th-junior High School presented their an-
nual variety show with "Going West'y as the
. 10th-Pep Club, portraying the football
boys, Rowley, and Wiseinan, really raised the
spirit at the pep assembly. Most dramatic was
the flying act of Mary Rizer, who while por-
traying Del, the water boy, tripped and ended
up with the bucket of water on her and the floor.
Honest, it wasnlt in the script.
Nov. 11th-This Saturday the students of E.H.S.
could be found in Cle Elum. It was Armistice
Day, when the Bulldogs battled the Warriors in
their annual classic. Though the raw weather
held the boys down, they went to town and came
out on top with the score 19-13. This game
ended the Bulldog football season of 1950 with
seven wins and two losses and 2nd place in the
Northern Division. A team to be proud of ....
13thfThe main attractions of the Rotary Club
Minstrel Show at the college Auditorium were
Mr. Vifiseman and "Bubblesl' Rowley.
14thf-"Attention! Anyone interested in a re-
duction in minstrel show prices see Mr. Rowley.
Hels selling two for .'IS1.95.',
15th-An extra hour was given to us, while the
teachers left for a health workshop.
16th+Congratulations to Mr. Gates and cast
of a really superb all-school play, "Our Town,"
by Thornton Wiltler. This was a play where
few if any stage decorations were used, and the
audience was held transfixed all the way by the
atmosphere and mood given by acting.
Nov. 17the-"Sadie Hawlqinsn dance was held at the
from 9 to 12.
Nov. 18th-Square dancing, circle dancing, and
waltzing were the main attractions foriiover a
hundred students at the cafeteria as the Senior
class presented their UHoe Downu. Cider, pop-
corn, and donuts were all served, for a price.
Every one had a wonderful time dancing around
the obstacles of straw, The Seniors profited
around forty dollars. Hopes were high for an-
other in the near future.
Weberg B. Chandlery B. Rizer: J. Abelg S. Wells:
T. Meagherg J. Hadley.
E. H. S. Band
D Phare: D. Bowen: B. Castleberry. Back row: D. Bowen: J. Chuch: M. McLachlan: B. Crouse: J. Perry:
H. Anderson: G. Zuppe.
2nd row: R. Carraher: B. Wippelg B. Castleberry: G. Bunger: N. Berg:
A. Den Beste: W. Renfrow: L. Bowen.
1st row: J. Connot: P. Hodgson: D. Snodgrass: D. Phare: S. Wilson:
A. Killian: M. Jones: C. Calkin.
A different and unique dramatization was chosen
by Director Maxwell Gates for this years all-school
play, the name being "Our Town" by Thornton
Wilder. "Our Town" could have been any town
in the U. S. A., even Ellensburg, but this one was
Grovers' Corners, New Hampshire. In it lived real
American people like George Gibbs and Emily Webb.
their parents and brothers and sisters, and Simon
Stimson, the church organist. But in this play the
exposition of things past, and future happenings were
given by the stage manager, who also portrayed many
other characters. The play told of the first romance,
All School Play Cast Have Some Cake!
the wedding, and the funeral .... But what really
made it unique was that there were no properties.
All the scenery was left for the audience to create,
the more created, the more alive the play became.
This was a difficult play to produce and an excellent
job was done by the cast and Mr. Gates .... Main
characters in the play were, Dale Bowen, stage man-
ager: Bill W'ippel, Dr. Gibbs: Donna Snodgrass, Mrs.
Gibbs: Gary Bunger, Mr. Webb: Sarah Wilson, Mrs.
Webb: Dena Phare, Emily W'ebbg Alfred Den Beste,
Wfally Xwebbg Marlene Jones, Rebecca Gibbs: and
Bennett Castleberry, George Gibbs.
Back row: B. Crouse: A. Den Beste: J. Perrie.
2nd row: P. Hodgson: H. Anderson: M. McLachclan
1st row: R. Carraher: D. Snodgrass: J. Connot
Nov. 2OthfSnow ball troubles?
Nov. 21st-wThere was a Red Cross march in :study
hall, minus the band. Something was missing?
Nov. 22nd---Congratulations to FFA. for taking a
place in the apple packing .... Coming right
into the Thanksgiving spirit, the cafeteria served
turkey, gravy, dressing, and cranberry sauce ....
All took off for a little vacation. "Dont over-
stuff, see you Monday."
Nov. 23rd-Thanksgiving dawned with a shock to
the county and the students of E.H.S. Ken Gaf-
ford, a Senior, was killed in an early morning
accident on the Seattle highway. Three gradu-
ates of last year, Russ Hall, Forrey Eastham, ind
Ron Varnum, were critically injured and hos-
pitalized. The cause of the accident was un-
known, but one thing certain, wefll sure miss
Ken .... Working hard, while the remainder
of us rested, was the Radio Production class with
their Thursday night broadcast over KXLE.
Nov. 27th-Quietness settled over the school as the
students found the absence. of Ken more tragic
as each minute went by. Memorial was given
him fourth period. Afterwards, two hundred
and forty-five students found their way to the
Honeycutt-Evenson Chapel to attend his funeral.
No, Ken wasn't alone ....
Nov. 28thw-Due to a back injury, Mr. America wasnt
able to appear, but sent in his place were two
trampoline artists. The man and girl put on a
rousing assembly, drawing ohs and ahs from the
student body. Featured guest artists were Mert
Purnell and Allen Smith.
30th--KEHS was on the air again, bringing us
features and news of the week. The journal-
ism class worked hard to present the broadcasts,
and deserve our praise.
lst--The Bulldog basketball quintet successfully
opened the season, and proved themselves to be
one of the top teams contending for the valley
title in the Wfapato jamboree. Although Vifapa-
to placed first, Ellensburg had a better record
than that team and lost first place by a 12-ll
loss to Wapato.
2ndffStudent Leaders Conference was held on
the C.W.C.E. campus, with 800 students in at-
tendance, representing high schools throughout
the Yakima Valley. Forty-two students attended
from E.l-l.S .... The annual junior Prom was
held in the Lincoln cafeteria with "Enchanted
Forest" as the theme. Fifty-nine couples danced
amid silver-tinted trees and soft lights to the
music of the Cardinals from Weiuatchee. A
large harvest moon, hanging oxer a moss cov-
ered pond, cast its reflection throughout the
room, while a halo of balloons were suspended
from the ceiling.
D. Snodgrass: B. J. Bennett
8th+The girls had their chance to play their
version of basketball at a pep assembly in the
gym .,.. The Bulldogs met the Cle Blum 'War-
riors in the first of the kings' X tilts played, and
walked away with a win, -18-59. The Bullpxips
also succeeded in edging the Cle Blum B's, 55-5 l.
llthfAt a meeting ot the rx.5.B. counail it
was decided to charge the same admission to
home games as to those attending with the visit-
ing team .... Sounds fair enough.
l3th----Bill Xwoods was elected to fill the space
of vice-president, left vacant by the death of
l5th--In a rip-roaring home opener the i'Dogsl'
lost to Vfenatchee 50-48 in :1 non-conference -lilt.
The Bullpups also lost, 62-58.
l6th--In number two home game the Bulldogs
rebounded from the loss of the night before,
leaving Cashmere on the short end of the score.
50-43. The "Pups" defeated Cashmere's "B'
20th--The junior and senior high choruses pre-
sented their annual Christmas program in a joint
assembly. This fine presentation showed that
a great deal of skill and hard work went into the
22nd-The last day of school before Christmas
vacation saw the Bulldogs hand Cle Elum an-
other non-conference defeat, 54-47. The "Pups"
Senior Class square dances.
were also victorious, defeating the Warrior "B"
25th!Christmas4and of all things, no snow!
28thfIn a game with Mt. Baker, the Bulldogs
defeated their host team -49-39.
29th-The second road game during vacation
ended in a is--is victory for Everett over Ellens-
burg in the last non-conference game of the year.
4th row: T. Altice: D. Mudd: B. Paulson: G. Bellah: 2. Gibb: D. Boyer: W, Gapen: B. Ward: J. Mitchell: B.
Bachman: J. Watson: K. Kukes: A. Smith: B. Hahn.
3rd row: B. Adcock: C. Garrison: J. McCament: D. Petre: B. Edwards: D. Brooks: R. Mountjoy: B. Correll:
E. Barker: E. Moser: C. McQueen: J. Adolf: B. Harker: S. Henderson: R. Nielsen: M. Moreau: M. Edminson:
A. Wellborn: A. Palo. 2nd row: M. Bunker: S. Kenoyer: M. Klocke: F. Edwards: J.'Cleveland: C. Gage: L.
Cunningham: S. Hogue: R. Muzzall: A. Whiteside: S. Wells: B. Smith: P. Payne: F. Morrison: M. Weber: E. Yock:
S. Powell: M. Watson: S. Watterson: K. Stevenson: C. Kenoyer: B. Mills: N. Morrow. lsthrow: F. McCracken:
V. Hanks: S. Wilson: N. Tozer: B. Chandler: S. Sumner: E. Wetch: B. Grove: E. Williams: E. Moser: B.
Hepburn: E. McClure: L. Lambson: J. Allen: J. Jordan: D. Croteau: Z. Hiner: L, Bach. .At piano: B. Meyer:
E. Purnell. Directing: E. Camealy.
' jan. 9th-Snow!
1 1 , - jan. llth--Pep Club went all out this year for school
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spirit and sportsmanship. During the football
season the girls joined forces with the band and
marched at half-times on the wet and sometimes
swampy Rodeo field. Pep Club was also in
wa charge of the half-times of basketball games.
X Drills were worked around geometric figures
650 'U with wheels and were often done with covered
Vary flashlights. Besides being placed at the head of
X, I f the I-lomecoming by the A.S.B. council, Pep Club
I members provided booster signs for each com-
,I petitive event of the Bulldog teams. Leading
the group were Carolyn Case, president, Kay
Henry, vice presidentg jimmy Allen, secretary,
Esther Purnell, treasurerg Pat Thomson, drill
leader, Miss Anna B. Shuck, advisor.
' K , jan. 12th---Ouch! Selah trounced the Bulldogs on
l Selah's home floor. Score of the Bulldog game,
OO It X V13 62-413, the "Pups" won their tilt 45-25.
I jan. 13th-The Pan American Club of our school
consisted of those students enrolled in Spanish
classes. Along with their sock dance, held after
lst-Happy New Year!
End-The students came back to school seeming
to be hung over by hangoversg that is, from lack
flth---The practice air raid drill brought the stark
realism of the Korean conflict straight home ....
Broadcast was fourth period.
5th --Pep Club sponsored a pep assembly in the
last half of sixth period .... Cle Elum came
from behind in the last few minutes of the
game to take it, 52-51. The Bullpups upheld
with a win over the Warrior squad, 44-3-4.
6th--The Bulldogs, playing on the Wolves home
floor, took a close game from Wapato, 55-53,
while the Bullpups lost in a similarly close game,
Moulding: J. Sorenson: P. Thomson: J. Meyers:
McCauley: E. Purnell: R. Hatzenbeler: D. Brooks:
Dreyerg S. Hanson: B. Rizerg B. Rudolph: S. Coreyg
Mobleyy G. Conn: A, DenBeste.
the game in the Cafeteria, the club had picnics,
dinner parties and sponsored the annual Pan
American day assembly. This assembly ex-
plained the dress and customs of the Pan Ameri-
can countries. Officers this year were john
Connot, president,g JoAnn jones, vice president:
Pat Barton, seeretaryg and Phyllis Anderson,
treasurer. Teacher and advisor was Mrs. Lina
Wilkins .... Bulldogs and Bullpups won both
games over Top-Hi. The score of the "Pups"
game was 24-14, and the main event, 63-53.
15thfMore snow .... Studying for semester
18th-After a week of tests, a broadcast gave a
chance for breathing. A new attraction was the
beginning of a mystery person contest.
P. Hodgson: Z. Hiner: W. Price: J. Larimore: E. Williams
l9thfA noon pep assembly was well attended
. . . . After dominating the first half, Ellensburg
let go and lost to the Yakima Pirates, 40-31.
The Bullpups won again, 58-57 in an overtime
20th-The Bulldogs and Bullpups made up for
lost time by taking the Highland Scotties. The
Bulldog score was ii-45: Bullpups, 29-20.
24th-Club 12-15 featuring musie for noon
John Liboky and invention.
D Phare: NI. Moe: B. Engle: J. Crane: B. Hahn: T. Altice:
Bachman' M. Morton- B. Adcock: C. Wilkins: G.. Pence'
D. Pugh: H. Reid: c. Webster: M. Meagher.
time digestion .... On theheavier side of the
news - report cards.
lan. 25th- -The journalism class sponsored a pep as-
sembly featuring a trial of two students for not
cheering. Their penalty was to lead a yell. It
was very entertaining and peppy.
Dlan. 26th---The Bulldogs and Bullpups won close
games from the Marquette Squires. Score of the
Bulldogs game, 44-38, of Bullpup game, 32-30.
27th--Pulling the game out of the tire, the Bull-
dogs took the Squires once more, 42-40. The
Bullpups with a slightly wider margin, 39-29.
29th-March of Dimes encouragement broad-
30th--The Klahiam ad staff were busily collect-
ing ad subscriptions for the financial support of
the Annual. Leading them was the business
manager, Wiiioiua Price.
31st--March ot' Dimes .... John Liboky, a
member ot the Sophomore class, showed his in-
genuity by making a horse drawn hay rake into
a tractor drawn rake.
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P. Thomson: C. Case: J. Jones: M. Watson: A. Whiteside:
J. Morgan: C. Quigiey: H. Reid: Miss Shuck.
W. Price: J, Larimore: A. Killian: M. Rizer: B. Rizer:
S. Richards: J. Courson.
rnith: L. Bradshaw: B. Rudolph: E. Purnell: M.
Watson: M. Moe: M. Lee.
I. Harris: L. Webster: M. Dunning: D. Snodgrass: R.
Nielsen: D. Pugh: M. Meagher.
lst-Being the first in two weeks, the broad-
cast was extra long and entertaining .... March
of Dimes contributions amounted to a healthy'
2nd-Showing close team work, the Bulldogs
won over Cle Elum 72-66 .... The Bullpups,
unable to hit the hoops, lost to the Papooses,
3rd-The Wfapato Wfolves, using full court
checking with deadly accuracy, came out ahead,
62-43 .... The Pups took their game 51-31.
7thYLeyasmeyer from Latvia, spoke on con-
ditions in Europe .... Another assembly was
called off when the debate team from W.S.C.
8thfBulldog guard initiation filled in noon-
time entertainment .... There was a news
broadcast 2nd period.
9th--The Bulldogs and Pups rolled over the
Selah Vikings. Game scores were 57-46 and
10th---The Bulldogs did it again for a second
victory of the week-end by defeating Top Hi
-46-35 ..., The Bullpups won, 59-24.
12thfP. A. out of order .... Peaceful!
16tl1--Whipping the Yakima Pirates 35-26,
the Bulldogs came out with the upset of the
year .... Likewise was the feat of the Bull-
pups, who won 45-41.
17th-The Bulldogs had an easier win over
Highland, 51-50 .... The Pups took their
19th---Movies in Club 12:15.
20th-The Mississippians, a group of four
Negro singers had the Student Body rolling in
the aisles with their combined renditions of
music and comedy.
Zlst---School broadcast 3rd .... A Pep As-
sembly was sponsored by the speech class. They
enacted a make-believe-dream of Mr. Wfiseman
and his basketball team.
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Nl. Rizer: S. Frederickson: L. Larnbson:
J. Jones: A. Killian.
C. Cahoon: l. Reese: J. Dagget: C. McQueen: J. Jordan:
A. DenBeste: M. Lee: L. Cunningham: L. Bowen: B.
Harker: J. Grocock: R. Carraher: L. Bach: B. Wipple:
A. Randall in control room.
T. Camden: S. Taylor: J. Morgan: D. Heimbuch: G. i
Lunstrum: P. Anderson: R. Nielsen: J. Jordan: T. Ott:
D. Phare: L. Quicksall: N. Norling: G. Bunger: L. Jurgens:
C. Garrison: D. Martinen: J. Weber: J. Anderson.
Feb. 22ndfGeorge XWashington's Birthday gane us
a day off.
Feb. 25rd-ln the opening game for the Bulldogs
at the district tournament held at Vifapato, they
dropped it to Wapato, 48-40.
Feb. 24th-fXVith fighting spirit the team came back
and took Marquette, -66-35 .... This meant
that the following week theykwould be in Rich-
land for the finals.
Feb. 28th--F. F. A. had an assembly which explained
the functioning, activities, and duties of the
Marcli lst-The juniors and Sophomores, planning
their future classes, met in the study hall Znd
period .... Pep assembly with a theme of
winning a berth in the state tournament ....
New fad was sign language.
March 2nd-Ellcnsburg triumphed over Kennewick
in a 44 to 43 thriller at Richland, to make their
2nd tournament victory.
March 5rd-Defeating Pasco, 46 to 40, the team
came into a 2nd place tie with Richland ....
The winner takes the 2nd berth to the State
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B. Jump: B. Paulson: C. Case: B. Woods: B. Castleberry
tournament .... Yakima won the Class A,
number one berth.
March Sth--Swinging many a rusty rackett, the
tennis lovers of E. H. S. found their glory with
March Sthf-College bound seniors met lst period.
. . . In October the fellows cut their beards,
in March they cut their hair, Ccrew cutsj.
March Sth---"On to State" was chanted through the
corridors as the students held a Pep Assembly
for the all important game .... The team
bowed to Richland, 36 to 51, in a game played
from the hearts of pretty worn out boys. They
put up a grand battle and were a team to be
proud of, winning third place in the Y.V.I.A.A.
March 9th-A Spring Concert featured a program of
senior and junior high school chorus groups,
the occasion drew a full house, plus much praise
of the entertainment.
March 12th-Student council met 3rd period ....
Receiving basketball awards by teammates were
Kirk Kaynor, honorary captain, and Bob Godes,
the inspirational award.
March i5thfMusic festival for vocal and instru-
mental soloists was held at Central .... Ellens-
burfg was well represented among the 52 other
March lith-felilu, scarlet fever, and septic sore
throat were a few of the illnesses keeping kids
out of school.
March lith--K. E. H. S. was on the air 3rd period.
. . . If you hate pains, headaches, sore feet: try
Hadacol .... Basketball team and coaches
vacationed in Seattle for the final games of the
March 16th--Bulldog Club tonight.
March l7thWF. I-I. A. convention in Bellingham.
March 19th-Yakima finished 2nd in the State
March 20th-The students downed the faculty, 33
to 51, in a fast basketball game, which wound
up the season .... Leading the faculty cheer-
ing section were Mr. Brown, Mr. Sparks, and
March 21st-Nominations were made for Apple
M. Moe: M. Watson: K. Johnson: N. Morrow: B. Jump:
B. Castleberry: L. Estep.
. Stevenson: S. Sumner: J. Chase: M. Jones: C. Case:
Watson: K, Johnson: S. Shullg H. Kontos: P. Hodgson:
Weber: M. Mitchell: M. Nance: D. Church: N. Hanks:
Nason: E. Lamphers: J. Watts: S. McElroy.
Baunsgaurd: B. Minton: B. Wippelg B. Castleberjry:
. Morris: F. Davidson: H. Reid: D. Snodgrass: K. Lindj
Blossom Princess. . . Qualifications are ap-
pearance, personality, and riding ability.
March 22nd-Easter Story on K. E. H. S.
March 23rd--Good Friday, and vacation .... Sen-
iors are rounding out their decorations for the
March 26th-The seniors had conferences with
Smith: M. Rizer: R. Overton: K. Kaynor: M. Watson:
Mrs. and Mr. Vancil.
different representatives from colleges through-
out the State to help them make wise choices.
March 28thfLoree Webster was elected Apple
Blossom Princess from Ellensburg.
March 29thfReport cards .... Darwin Davis and
Bill Woods were voted commencement speai-:ers
by the seniors .... Radio class put on a most
wonderful production over K. X. L. E. of lane
Eyre. . . The class is ettin v as food as
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March 5OthfLarry Hightower, wheelbarrow Pusher
from Ellensburg, who pushed his barrow around
the U. S., shared his experiences with the student
March 51st-fMany students found their way to the
: Lincoln cafeteria for the Senior Ball, Oriental
April 2nd-Spring has sprung and the fashion is
Trip Singers: J. Mitchell: F. Morrison: D. Brooks: M.
Moulding: T. Altice. Sophomore Triple Trio: V. Hanks:
A. Whiteside: R. Nielsen: S. Wells: E. Wetch: S. Wilson:
J. Jordan: D. Hill: B. Harker. Senior-Junior Triple Trio:
L. Bach: M. Moulding: R. Nielsen: C. Case: B. Grove:
B. Correll: M. Weber: E. Barker: F. Morrison. Mixed
Double Quartet: F. McCracken: P. Payne: M. Moulding:
. Welborn: C. Offer: B. Hahn: J. Mitchell: D. Brooks:
. Altice. Festival Soloists: B. Correll: M. Moulding:
. Grove: A. Welborn: S. Wilson: F. McCracken: P. Payne:
Brooks: B. Ward: J. Mitchell.
sleeveless blouses with full cotton skirts. . .
Knowledge of Germany was related to students
by Dr. Wagiier .... Track boys came out
second in the meet at Toppenish. The fleet-
footed boys had six winners to sex en for Grand-
l 5rd-The baseball team traveled to Marquette
and took a 15-0 loss .... At last we get a few
days rest: oh for more of these spring vacations!
l -'ith--Relay track meet held on Morgan field
between Bulldogs and Yakima. We lost ....
The bat boys lost at Wfapato 7--i.
l 6tl1---Woe is our fate. Back to school.
l 10thYStudents were a lwit confused over the
ringing of about five bells.
l 11th---President Truman's firing General Mac-
Arthur was the talk of the school. The general
conversation was, "Wlio is rightf'
l 12th--Drama Festival plays, "Wl1ere the
Cross is Made" and "Sham," were presented to
us 2nd and 5rd periods. XVith an exceptionally
good, all-school cast and excellent directing hy
Mr. Gates, the plays are sure to come out with
top ratings at Wfenatchee .... The Radio class
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J. Hanks: B. Godes: Mr. Wiseman: B. Bieloh.
presented a program about the elementary
schools. including 135 students.
l 15th-Friday, the 15th. Hmmm .... Net
team lost to Highland S-33 baseball boys lost
to the Scotties 18-35 and the track squad came
in 5rd at a meet in Yakima.
April lfith---Selah came here to take the Bulldog
net teams 5-5, and the baseball game, 1-O.
l l6th- -The drama festival at Wfenatchee was
a success for E. H. S. "Wl1ere the Cross is
Made" received a first rating, and "Sham"
received a two .... Mr. Neil Anderson talked
to us and showed us a movie about conservation
of XXfashingtonis fish.
April l7th-- -A. S. B. meeting,
April ltith---Triple E girls cleaned up the nurses
room and afterwards held a pot luck ....
G. Bunger: M. Watson: L. Bach: B. Woods: T. Ott: W. Tozer: K Kaynor
"Ladies of the jury" presented by the Senior Class
and directed by Maxwell Gates proved most enjoy-
able for the cast and audience ,... The plot re-
volved around a hilarious murder trial where a
Wealthy and intelligent lady juror rallies her intuition
and bribes the jury to come up with a verdict of
not guilty .,.. The Seniors spent two and one halt
weeks of rehearsal and the final production proved
the time was well spent, as they gave a presentation
to be very well applauded .... Characters in the
play were Leslie Bach as Mrs. Fiskeg Bill Wotvds
as the judge: Stu Corey as Rutherford Dale: Shirley
Shull as Mrs. Gordon, Gary Bunger as Halsey Van
Styeg Marlene Watson as Evelyn Snow: Theresa Ott
as Susanne: Bill Hahn as policeman: Darwin Davis,
Ben Castleberry, Karen johnson, Kitty Stevenson,
Bill Bachman, Marlene jones, Chuck Garrison, john
Growcock, Pat Hodgson, Dena Phare, Boyd Wald
nb ury members.
M. Jones: J. Grocock: D. Phare: D. Davis: P. Hodgson Nl Moe S Corey S Shull
L. Bach: B. Castleberry: K. Stevenson: C. Garrison: K
Johnson: B. Ward.
General MacArthur's address to Congress was
heard 1st period.
April !9th-Radio class presented Clarence the
Dragon, somewhat on the order of the show
"l'larvey.' '... lo Nason is to ride in the
Apple Festival Parade.
April 20th--Bulldog teams had a clean-up dayg
tennis teams tied Wapato, baseball team won
first game of season from Wfapato, 6-5, and
the track men took a win over Wapato and
Toppenish, chalking up 79V3 points.
April 21st---Central Music Festival. This was hay
day for the singers and instrumentalists. Orchids
tor the good ratings. Marquette won the base-
ball game 8-0.
April 23rdfXYfoman deep-sea diver told of charm
and adventure of under sea world.
April Zith- Royal Court of Vffenatchee Apple
Blossom extended a formal invitation ind
period .... The net teams lost to Yakima 5-5
in a mid-week match.
April Zothfjuniors plan paper drive to increase
A. S. B. fund .... The Seniors presented their
play, "Ladies of the 'lurj'," and it was a hilarious
Pep Club in letter formation.
A. DenBeste: J. Courson: B. Wippel: B. Castleberry:
B. Ward: W. Renfrow: D. Boyer.
W. Renfrew: L. Bowen: V. Hanks: M. McLachlan.
l 27thf -Baseball game and tennis match were
cancelled because of rain. The tracksters tied
with Wenatchee at a festival meet: total points,
S6 .... Senior play public performance.
l 28thf?l'ennis teams won from Toppenish 6-Z,
The baseball team lost an extra inning thriller,
3-2 .... Senior Day at C. W. C. E. Also Art
Festival for high school students.
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May lst--Start of paper drive .... F. F. A. boys
and 4-H members showed stock at Toppenish.
May 2nd-Seniors started trading personal cards and
those tell-tale tissues cluttered the floors and
May 3rd-Pep assembly introducing sports. . .
KEHS broadcast 2nd period.
May 4th-Track team came in second behind W'en-
atchee. Baseball team Won from the Warrifnrs
1-0. Tennis squads Won 4-2. Two of the
matches were rained out.
May 5thfBand and marching unit marched in
Festival Parade .... Baseball team beat Cle
Elum again 3-1. Net team won 6-2.
May 8thfC. W. C. E. band concert 5rd period.
"Whistler and His Dogi' was piece most en-
May Qthm-A. S. B. nominating assembly for next
year's officers was held 2nd period.
May l0thWHome Economics open house.
May 11th-Baseball and tennis at Selah.
May 12th-Baseball and tennis here with Highland.
Y. V. I. A. A. sub-district track meet in Yakima. l
May lith-Net teams met Top-Hi here.
May l6thA. S. B. election results.
May 18th-Y. V. I. A. A. sub-district tennis meet
in Yakima. Baseball team met Top-Hi here.
May 19th-Cam Club boat trip .... Tri Hi Y tolo,
themed "Deep Purple." . . . Y. V. I. A. A.
track finals at Yakima. Continuation of tennis
meet at Yakima.
May 24th--KEHS broadcast.
May 25thfState track meet at Washirxgton State
M. Purnell: l.. Gemmill: J. Nlalinosky: K. Winston: R.
Adams: B. Paulson: N. Lunstrum: Mr. Wiseman: J.
Sorenson: J. Houser: J. Hanks: L. Zickler: Mr. Rowley:
B. Greenwood: B. Woods: K. Kayncr: D. Morrow.
X May 28th-Final tests.
Band and Pep Club in "Let Me Call You Sweetheart."
May Zoth'-Y. V. I. A. A. tennis finals at Pasto.
. . Second day of Senior Sneak.
May 2fJtl1fTests continued and finished. Finalllyl
Festival Soloists: H. Anderson: B. Hahn: A. Randall: U
D. Morris: J. B. McCament. Trumpet Trio: B. Hahn: J. B. Mccamentg B. Hickenbottom
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May 3Oth+Memorial day and vacation for a -lay
Memorial tennis tournament at Yakima.
May 31st--Time for the annual class picnics.
Sandwiches, pop and fun for all. Class night
at 8:00 o'clock. Cut-up night for the Seniors.
june lst-Graduation day at last. Time for last
glimpses of E. H. S.
9:OOwKlahiams are handed out and auto-
graphs are hurriedly snatched. . ,
Klahiam staff leaves town.
12:00-Time out for lunch.
12 130-fGfddU21flOll practice.
10:00-Class party and afterwards, l7I'CH.Kfi1Sf
S. Richards: D. Martinen: G. Lunstrum: D. Pugh: P.
Thomson: D. Church: N. Smith: D. Ferguson: B. Bennett: J. Hadley: L. Gemmill: S. Frederickson: D. Derrick: A.
D. Heimbuch. Harmon: T. Camden: G. Kunert: R. Campbell.
H. Reidg B. Woods: D. Church: D. Davis.
June 1, 8:00 P.M.
Acting Superintendent Max Berger, Presiding
Processional ...... V,...............,. ' 'Pomp and Chivalry" ......,.....,........ ..,.,.. C . j. Roberts
All School Orchestra
Mr. W. A. Gleason, Director
Invocation ..... ,,,.,.........r.............r...,.,,.,........,,............ T he Rev. Fred Towne
I First Christian Church
Salutatory ....,.,...........Y......................c.... .,,,............, D oris Church
Piano Solo: "Fantaisie-Impromptu" .,,c,,...,..........., ,,r,.,.,,.r C hopin
Honor Speaker .,7,rr. ,r,.r...........ccc ,.c.,,u.cr B i ll Woods
Honor Speaker .,.,........,,,,,............. ,,,..,..........c.,,,.. ,c.....,. D a rwin Davis
Vocal Solo: "The Lord's Prayer" . ...,..........,,,,,...,... ..,...,...,,,c,,, N Ialotte
Carol Offer, Accompanist
Valedictory ,...............,... .........,,r............rr.........,,......... .,,c,,,,...,.. ..........,, H a z el Reid
Presentation of Awards ..,. ...... . . ..........................,..,Y. Principal W. M. Brown
Presentation of Class ....... .... ....................... D r . Carl Olander, Board Chairman
Recessional ................. ..,.. ' 'Pomp and Chivalryl' .................... ...,........,.. R oberts..
Abel, John--9, 14, 32, 44.
Adams, Edwin Ray-11, 14, 32, 33, 58
Adcock, Bill-14, 34, 47, 49.
Alford, Marian-11, 14, 47.
Altice, Ted-14, 28, 47, 49, 59.
Anthony, Murelil-1, 47.
Bach, Leslie-10, 14, 40, 47, 51, 56.
Bac-hman, Bill-14, 28, 32, 47, 49.
Barton, Pat'-14, 36, 41.
Bates, Kenneth-14, 38.
Baunsgard, VVi11ard-14, 53.
Belton, Doris-415, 47.
Brown, Richard-15, 28.
Bunger, Gary-15, 45, 51, 56, 59.
Burgett, Jerry-15, 47.
Uahoon, Clint-15, 51.
Campbell, Ruth-15, 60.
Cargo, Jack-15, 41.
Carlson, Richard-9, 15.
Case, Carolyn-15, 36, 41, 43, 50, 52, 53,
Castleberry, Bennett-8, 15, 37, 43, 45,
52, 53, 56, 57.
Chase, Joy-15, 47, 53.
Church, Doris-15, 47, 53, 60, 61.
Cleveland, Janice-15, 47.
Corey, Stuart-7, 15, 28, 37, 56.
Crane, Jay-9, 15, 49.
Daggett, Jerry--15, 32, 51.
Davis, Darwin-14, 15, 28, 29, 32, 33
Engel, Larry-15, 49.
Estep, Landon-15, 37, 53.
Evans, Glinda Belle-16.
Gafford, Kenneth Ldeceasedh--5, 16, 28
Garrison, Chuck-16, 34, 40, 47, 51, 56
Gemmill, Lawrence-16, 32, 58.
Grove, Barbara-16, 47.
Growcock, John-8, 16, 51, 56.
Haberman, Charles-16, 28, 34, 42.
Hahn, Billw16, 47, 49, 59.
Hanks, Nancy-16, 47, 53.
Harmon, Allen-16, 60.
Hepburn, Betty--16, 47.
Hiner, Zoe-16, 47, 49.
Hodgson, Pat-12, 16, 45, 49, 53, 56.
Hogue, Sherry-16, 47.
Johnson, Karen-12, 16, 53, 56.
Jones, Marlene-16, 41, 45, 53, 56.
Jump, Bob-17, 30, 31, 52, 53.
Jurgens, LaWrenceh17, 51.
Kaynor, Kirk-7, 17, 30, 31, 32, 33, 54
Koester, Lyle-17, 28, 32.
Kontos, Helen-17, 53.
Kunert, Glen-17, 60.
Lampers, Eleanor-13, 14, 17, 41, 53.
Lamprey, Norman Gale-17.
Larimore, Joyce-17, 49.
Lunstrum, Nelse-17, 32, 58.
Lym, Bob-17, 47.
Mayer, Christina-17, 47.
McElroy, Sue-17, 53.
Meagher, Margaret-17, 49, 50, 57, 59
Minton, Bob-17, 47, 53.
Mitchell, Marcella-17, 53.
Moe, Marlyn-9, 18, 49, 50, 53, 56, 57.
Moreau, George-18, 47.
Moreau, Mary Ellen-18.
Morrison, Frances-18, 47.
Morrow, Norma-18, 36, 53, 57, 59.
Morton, Marv-10, 18, 34, 35, 49.
Mudd, Denny-8, 28, 29, 32, 47.
Nance, Mary Ellen-18, 47, 53.
Nason, Joanne-18, 53.
Nicholaisen, Jack-9, 18.
Offer, Carol-18, 41.
Ott, Theresa-18, 51, 56.
Overton, Roy-18, 28, 54.
Page, Frank-9, 18.
Paugson, Byron-18, 28, 29, 32, 47, 52
Pence, Glee-18, 49.
Phare, Dena-18, 45, 49, 51, 56, 59.
Phillips, Donna-18, 36, 49.
Price, Winonai18, 49, 59.
Pugh, Darleneh18, 49, 50, 57, 59, 60.
Purnell, Mert-19, 28, 29, 32, 33, 58.
Reid, Hazel-19, 36, 49, 50, 53, 57, 59, 61
Renfro, Carol-19, 59.
Shull, Shirley-12, 19, 53, 54, 56, 59.
Stevenson, Katherine-19, 47, 53, 56.
Sumner, Shirley-19, 47, 53.
Thomson, Patty-19, 36, 47, 48, 50, 57,
Tozer, Warren-19, 32, 33, 47, 56.
Vance, Bob-11, 19, 30, 32, 47.
NVard, Boyd-19, 37, 47, 56, 57.
XVarren, Charles-19, 29.
1Vatson, Marlene-19, 50, 53, 56, 57, 59
Watts, Joy-19, 53.
1Veber, Mary-19, 47, 53.
VVebster, Carol-19, 49.
XVilkins, Carole-19, 49, 59.
1Villiams, Eva-11, 19, 47, 49, 59.
Abel, Mary-20, 41.
Adolf, Geraldine-20, 47.
Allen, Jimmy-20, 57, 59.
Anderson, Phyllish13, 20, 51.
Barker, Elmeda-20, 47.
Bennett, Billie Jo-20, 41, 46.
Bowen, Dale-20, 32, 45.
Boyer, Richard-12, 22, 47.
Bradshaw, Louise-20, 50, 57.
Brooks, Don-20, 47, 48.
Bufton, Albert-11, 20, 32.
VCalkin, Carole-20, 45.
Chandler, Bob-20, 44.
Charlton, David-20, 28, 32.
Church, Jack-20, 28, 45.
Conn, Grace-20, 48.
Connot, John-20, 45.
Cooke, Loretta-21, 36.
Correll, Barbara-21, 47. 54,03
Courson, Jean-7, 21, 50, 57.,
Crouse, Bernie-12, 45,
Davidson, Fritzie-21, 53.
Derrick, Dwight-21, 60.
Dunlop, Charles-21, 34.
Dunning, Mary Jane-21, 50, 57, 59.
v'Edge, Bobby-28, 41.
Edminson, Myrna-11, 21, 47.
Estep, Sue-21, 60.
Evans, Del-21, 28, 34.
Ferguson, Ralph-21, 30, 34, 35.
Frank, Gordon-21, 47,
Frear, Joann-21, 36.
Frederickson, Shirley-10, 21, 60.
Gage, Claudia-21, 47.
Gapen, Willis-10, 47.
Gemmill, Louise-21, 36, 60.
Gibb, George-12, 21, 30, 42, 47.-
Godes, Bob-21, 28, 29, 30, 34, 58.
Gordon, James-21, 34.
Greenwood, Bill-21, 28, 29, 30, 34, 58.
Haherman, Walt-21, 28, 34.
Hadley, .Toyce-21, 60.
Hages, Mary Ann-21.
Hanks, .Terry-21, 30, 34, 58.
Harris, lrene-21, 47, 50, 57, 59.
Hickenbottom, CharlesM20, 21, 28, 29
30. 31, 32, 33. 42. 59.
Houser, .Tim-22. 23 32, 58.
Jacobs, Stan-22, 28.
Kenoyer, Cleona-22, 47.
Killian, Ann-22, 43, 45, 50, 57.
Lambson, Laura-22, 36, 47.
Lee, Marcia-22. 50, 51, 57, 59.
Lunstrum, Grace-22, 51, 60.
Malinosky, Johnny-22, 28, 29, DS.
Mann, .Terry-20, 22, 30, 34, 47.
Ness, Roberta-23, 59.
O'Neil, Jim-23, 28, 42.
Payne, Patty-23, 27, 47, 54.
Poland, Roy-23, 47.
Purnell, Esther-20, 23, 43, 47, 48, 50
Qziicksall, Louise-23, 51.
Quigley, Carol-23, 50, 57, 59.
Randall, Alma-23, 51, 59.
Rasmussen, Leroy-30, 34.
Reese, Irving-23, 51.
Renfrow, Charlesi23, 45.
Renfrow, Wyman-23, 34, 57, 59.
Rizer, Mary Lou-23, 36, 50, 54, 57, 59
Smith, Allen-23, 32. '
Smith, Beverly-23, 47.
Snodgrass, Donna-23, 41, 45, 46, 50
53, 57, 59. ' ,
Sorenson, Joe-23, 30, 34, 48, 58.
Taylor, Shirley-23, 51.
Watterson, Sharon-23, 47.
Webster, Loree-23, 50, 57, 59.
Winston, Kenneth-23, 30, 58.
Zickler, Larry-23, 30, 31, 58.
Anderson, Jerry-24, 51.
Bangs, Donald-24, 32.
, 32, 45, 59.
Bellah, George-24, 28, 47.
Bennett, Bobbie-24, 6
Berg, Norman-24, 32, 45.
Bowen, Larry-24, 32, 45, 51, 57.
Boyer, David-24, 57.
Brunson, Ronald-24, 28.
Bunker, Mildred-24, 47.
Burgett, .lim-24, 32.
Camden, Theresa-24, 51, 60.
Carraher, Ronald-24, 32, 45, 51.
Chandler, Betty-24, 47.
Croteau, Donna-24, 47.
Cunningham, Linda-24, 51.
Davis, Terry-24, 41.
Dreyer, Billie-24, 36,
Dunlop, Rita-24, 41.
4.1, 43, ol, 04.
48, 50, 57, 59.
Eastham, Jim-24, 28, 30, 31, 37.
Edwards, Bob-24, 47.
Edwards, Frances-24, 47.
Everett, Erna Mae-24.
Ferguson, Donna-7, 2
Frederickson, Larry-12, 24.
Frichette, Jim-25, 28,
McCament, John-22, 47, 59.
McClure, Ella Mae-13, 22, 47.
McCracken, Florenceh13, 22, 47, 54.
McLachlan, Monte-22, 28, 37, 45, 57
Mclvlahan, Duane-22. 34.
McNealy. Dalei22, 30, 34.
Meyer, Bonita-22. 47.
Hanks, Virginia-12, 25, 47, 57.
, Jerry-12, 25.
Stu-25, 28, 30, 34, 48.
Barbara--25, 47, 51.
Mills, Betty Mae-22, 47.
Mitchell, Johnny-9, 22, 47.
Mobley, Gerald-22, 28, 34, 48.
Morgan, Jackie-22, 41, 50, 51, 57, 59.
llorris, Dwight--22, 53, 59.
lkiorrow, Doss-22, 28, 32, 58.
Moser, Eleanorf22, 47.
Moulding. Mary Ellen-22, 48,
Muzzall, Ruthw23, 47.
Hatzenheler, Alberta-25, 36, 50, 57.
Hatzenbeler, Ralph-25, 32, 48, 59.
Heimbuch, Dorothy-25, 51, 60.
Henderson, Sharon-25, 47.
Higgins, Mike-25, 32.
Johnson, Alfred-25, 59.
Jones, JoAnn-25, 36, 50, 57, 59.
Jordan, Jerry-25, 28, 30.
Jordan, Josee-25, 47, 51.
Jump, Gene-25, 37.
Kaynor, Donn-25, 30, 37.
Kenoyer, Shirley-25, 47.
Kukes, Kenneth-25, 28, 30, 34, 47.
Liboky, John-25, 49.
Malinosky, Betty-8, 12, 25.
Meagher, Tommy-24, 25, 30, 34, 44.
Meyers, Jim-25, 28, 30, 39, 48.
Mordhorst, Robin-8, 25.
Moreau, Marene--25, 47.
Mountjoy, Richard--25, 28, 34, 47.
Nielsen, Ruth-24, 25, 47, 51, 57, 59.
Norling, Nancy-25, 36, 41, 51.
Palo, Alice--25, 47.
Perrie, John-25, 32, 45.
Schille, Sam-25, 34. '
Schuller, Ralph--24, 25, 30, 34,
Shaw, Margaret-10, 25.
Smith, Norine-24, 25, 50, 57, 60.
Tozer, Necia-25, 47.
Vickerman, Irma-25. '
Wake, Dean-25, 28, 32.
Watson, Gerry--25, 47.
Watson, Mabel-25, 47, 50, 57.
Webber, Jerry-25, 51.
Weber, Clarice-25, 44.
Welborn, Angela--25, 47.
Martinen, Dennis-25, 30, 51, 60. Petre, Don-25, 28, 32, 47. Wells, Shirley-25, 44, 47.
Mayberry, Larry-25. Pickup, Roland-25, 28, 59. Weteh, Eleanor-25.
McArthur, Tommy-10, 25. Powell, Sherry-25, 47. Whiteside, Alice-25, 47, 50, 571
McCauley, Robert-25, 28, 30, 32, 33, 48. Poynter, Bill--25. Williams, Rolf-25, 32.
McCauley, Marlene-25. Rasmussen, Carol-25, 43. Wilson, Sarah-25, 45, 47.
Mc-Dowell, Edgar-25. Rau, Dean-25. Winegar, Donald-25.
Mc-Elroy, Glennis-25. Reed, Clyde-12. Wippel, Bill-25, 34, 45, 51, 53, 57.
McMorrow, Mary--12, 25, 41. Richards, Shirley-25, 43, 50, 57, 60. Wright, Marjorie-25.
McMurtry, Peggy-25. Rizer, Betty-25, 36, 44, 48, 50, 57, 59. Yock, Eunice-25. z
Mr-Queen, Charlotte-25, 47, 51. Rudolph, Barbara--25, 36, 48, 50, 59. Zuppe, George-25, 45.
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