Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1955

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BOSTICS DRUG STORE -rrmgu msc bgvsmn ssl 2,5 b n ,- '. X N . , 1 U f 4 . . x. l' '- . Orntr lih Bhd PHAT' an ns ur , an gum Phone 2- 2 W ,Y u f-W J' W, V X, , Q ..,,, Mas? 4 ., , -W I A ,A,,m.in-,xf2i!5:ng-,,,,,.,w , :Q.,,, .r ba, V ML,,,,,,.. m,,,,,,,,,.. I , ,Va-3, 1- iam - ELLENSBORG HIGH SCHOOL, ELLENSBURG WASHINGTON KLAHIAIVI 1955 A Y ,-aw., . . ,,Lk ,A -vc-ggi' ....-1----,M --,-- ----f --f ji M. , wfwl f .-.Qi-R may 4.6. .. Mi.. nw:- HISEFA- 04+ 'X " """' .. N . . A w"vf1"m1,. ,vas . - ng- -1 irc. f-U5 'f --'-.A . ts. 4 -H-"1 ' ' ' K -if -Qi 1. ' 3 ,: -' 1-'-A---.f mnvi ,A -,,.e-Ar, ,s - L ,W--1 ag 'Q--,,., -if .,w..,'-.J ,,, 'cm f 'fi - ,:?g- '--'Q ,Z-"iff-A ,-.W 2,5 S- W 151.257 Ti: "" W " . ' A f AK s- ,.. A '.- A-N Aww-,, .f-tr .32 ....- -3 adm , he i.-J.--1-iw v 5, 1 -1 x 2, -um' f Q 4 1 ' H ' 4 Jw ' X, ' ,, 4 A , 4 , , fm Edlfor Kafhleen Meyer Pafrlcla Whlfman Business Manager Julie Schuller 2 Pho+oQran hy ss,, ssss Ann Camden 0,4 'ima " IKQTLXQXHNZQXM The students of E. H. S. gave their teams lots of confidence with their cheers at pep assemblies. FOREWORD "The Spiral of Time" . . . what connection does this have with the 1955 Klahiam? According to the dictionary, a spiral is "a curve traced by a point mov- ing around an axis, and continually receding from a plane cutting the axis." For our purpose, the axis is Time, and the plane cutting the axis is the year 1912, the first year our Ellensburg High School building was used. The fixed point is E.H.S. itself . . . student body, and faculty. This yearbook was the last pro- duced in the old building, thus, the year 1955 was another plane cutting the spiral, marking the end of an era. From this concept, came our theme. Since an annual primarily tells the story of one year, contrasts, highlights, and typical happenings, of the years past has been left for the division pages. This is our book. We hope that it will help you to remember your high school days and old E.H.S., and that this Klahiam will always find a handy spot on your library shelf. THE SPIRAL OF TIME Personnel Organlzahons ACIIVIIISS Index Walt W bley leads Phl Fle he de body the fl IN MEMORIAM The Ioss of a friend us Irke 'Ihaf of a Ilmb hme may heal 'Ihe anguish of 'fhe wound bui fhe Ioss cannof be repalred Roberi' Soufhey We have aII Ios+ a greai fruend for Morne Rasmussen was everybodys 'friend He knew +ha+ Io have friends he had 'ro be one He was 'YL' R v qisf 26 E H h'1 a rea pe S Councrl The members were Standlng Dor othy Frederlcks M rgaret Johnson Phil Short Bernuce Pittman Florence Pope Seated Helen Hofmann Wayne Clmesmlth it W ,umm cafe? ' ..----gm? Nlr. Emul Sorenson waits patiently in the hot sun for the bus driver to take him on a F.F.A. trip. Ceceha Wlppel Eugene Lee 6z'4"'Zfamo5 ' " PERSONNEL From fhe flrsi day old EHS was open unhl fhe lasl' graduahng class passed Through nfs doors many changes came aboui The siudy hall whlch once held fhe whole sfudenf body foriy fhree years lafer had +hem pushed oui' rn+o fhe halls and s'ralrs which were once flaf and shmmg became warm and dull From seven +eachers In l9l2 ihe faculiy grew fo fwenfy fwo ln l955 whsle a s+uden+ body of Il2 grew fo 425 Wvlh fhls uncrease ihe feachlng became more speclallzed fhus glvmg fhe s+udenfs an ever wldenlng curriculum All of us fhose who en+ered fhe school when 1+ was new and shmmg and +hose who used If In nfs lasl' days as fhe hugh school will remember 1'he years spenf a+ EHS as good years Q' S Mrs Howell Mr Brown Miss Baker Mass Shuck and M Vancul d scuss the proble s of E H S at a faculty meetmg . , . I I I I ' I I gl f ,f I ,- if ff a . if 1 .5 wk 31 ff, , as - i X f, 5 g ' E , 1 - v - 1 I u D 4 F- i m . . . . QL! Qin-h Mr Bro n our principal greets h s students with a cheery smlle 'Q Mr Erickson superintendent works cheerfully on the prob lems of our students 'X 6064 MR BROWN The mos+ essenhal person around FHS was Wllllam Brown our prlnclpal Many +lmes a clay I+ was brough+ +o our a'H'en'llon 'rhal' Mr Brown had lhe slclll of a maglclan 'ro be able fo keep +he seniors Iumors sophomores paren+s farcly sfuclenfs slow s+uden+s absen+ wlfhoui' leave sludenfs lhe faculfy salesmen sollcllors secrelarles schedules rouhnes mferruphons and all 'lhe o'l'her oblechve and abslracf parfs and accessories of E H S running as a smoolh und MR ERICKSON Well known +o E H S sfudenfs IS Ed Erlclc son our superlnlendenl' Our new hugh school IS fas+ becoming a realsly because of his energy ancl foreslghl S , g J? V H F I I ' ' 'L l , I I I I K I r 1 n s-- '- 1 W' . . . i , ' ,ju " ' L W3 ' F . E N . f X ' ex V gk wp-Y n iig The secretary of E. H. S., Mrs. Robinson, was always busy answering the phone. 24:4 0 aa! THE A.S.B. The 1934-ii officers did a fine jolu of organizing the activities of the Associated Student Body activ- ities. To strengthen the treasury. the council worked with the students in sponsoring magazine and pass sales. Sports were also beneficial in boosting the treas- ury balance through the sale of tickets. Two sponsored activities less profitable, but important. were Home- coming and the All-School Play. Officers of the A.S,B. were: Phil Fleming, Presi- dentg Larry O'Neill, Vice-Presidentg Eleanor Peter, Secretaryg Pat Vickerman, Treasurer: and Suzanne Drake, Sophomore Representative. eanor Peter Mr Brown Phil Fleming and Suzanne Drake take time out to relax on the school lawn The executive council of the. student body, Pat Vickerman, Larry Q'Neill, EI- The cooks Lucy Frear and Allce Phlllups cook up another hot lunch for that real cool sprung weather weve been havnng Danlel Cheska Gale Thomas and George Thomas unpack a crate of equlpment for the school ln be tween sweepmgs Ne QW' Wwdma COOKS Lxer wonder just who wx 1s I'LSPOI'lSll7lL tor th lt food you stood ID l1ne to .get exery noon durmg the sehool ye1rf 'lhree people were III elnrge ot eettumg the food to l'lL1IlQI':v h1gh sehool 1nd ILIDIOI' llltgll sehool students They were Mrs blrl 5lCf.I1Sl1l1Ll D1 reetor Luey lrelr 1nd Al1ee Ph1ll1ps By the lone: llI'lCS lI'l the e1teter11 exery dly 1t must hue ueen good JANITORS hxery lVlOlILll.y lTl0ffllDg l1stless drelry eyed students elrleglxug themselxes hzele to the old vr1nd wolud traels up the sp1e and sp1n hills vnthout ex en not1e1ng how eleln they were 'Ihen the llIllfOI'S Georg' Tl1Olll1S 1nd Dlmel Chesle1 He ld Munten HILL would onee more hev1n flltll' hlttle to leeep l H 5 ele med up Tl1e1r poh Vs 1s perl1 lps the most unrem Ifillllg one If E l-I S 18 1ll they got from the students tor fl'lLlI' ellorts Vs ls more p1per gum md mul to vet r1d ot BUS DRIVERS Wllllllll Olner Superusor Domld Huss Me kl1llllL and LlI'lX er lllel 111 the bus drners lsept those old md newxj sehool buses rolhnle llong through sun run 1nd snow In 1ClQllfIOll to llILlI' Ilgllllf rounds 111.1115 ol the dr11ers took on the extr1 joh ot elr111ng 1 bus to gunes or other out ot town exents We owe them th rnles for the1r exeellent serx 1ee -Mp-'ggi L fn " Q-1, an Leroy Nelson, Don Huss Bull OI1ver Darwm Nelson Don Hayes, and Mel Baucam are up brlght and early before startlng up the buses 51 1 S1 1 1 1 MR. ROWLEY Lloyd Q"Stub"j Rowley, along with being the football coach and asisstant basketball coach, taught five classes of first year typing. During 195-i-ii he was Letterman's Club Advisor, and Class Night Ad- visor. Mr. Rowley attended Central Wfashington College of Education and Stanford University. MR. SORENSON Our new basketball coach for 1934-Si was Stan Soreson, an alumnus of Ellensburg High School. He taught history and civics, was assistant football coach and class night advisor. After his graduation from E.H.S., Mr. Sorenson attended Wfashington State College. He taught at Highland for five years before coming back to Ellens- burg. MRS. WILKINS Lina Wilkins taught secretarial training and shorthand. She was, during the year, senior class co- ordinator and Triple E advisor. Her homeroom was so pepped up about Pep week that they took first prize in the contest. MISS SHUCK Miss Anna B. Shuck taught bookkeeping and of- fice machines, in addition to her duties as girls' ad- visor. She was also advisor of Pep Club, and co- advisor of the sophomore class, and the 1954 Home- coming was in her charge. Miss Shuck attended Cenertal Missouri State Teachers College and Colorado State College of Edu- cation. Z Mr. Rowley Mr. Sorenson I Mrs. Wilkins Miss Shuck 133' Mr. Henry dd Qaodfaf .,,. Miss Baker S.-v 5. M r. Snodgrass MR. HENRY XV. P. tDutchJ Henry taught stagecraft and boy's gym and health, which included first aid, home rela- tions and the class room part of driver training. Once a week he directed dance instruction in waltz and bop for boys and girls. Mr. Henry attended Wfashington State and Co- lumbia University. MISS BAKER Gladyes Baker coached tennis, and was G.A.A. advisor and Health co-ordinator. She taught girls health which included first aid and home nursing, in addition to gym classes. Miss Baker is an alumnus of E.H.S., graduated from Central and Columbia University. MR. SNODGRASS jack Snodgrass was director of our high school band. We will not forget the drive to excel that he vro'ected into the students as soloists, ensembles I dl b d an as a oy. Mr. Snodgrass attended the University of Idaho. MR. CAMEALY Mr. Edward Camealy taught the choral music at E.H.S. Among activities during the year was co-di- recting the "Messiah", and his duties as president of the Community Concert Association. Mr, Camealy attended the University of Illinois. MR. BOWEN Ted Bowen was boy's counselor and teacher of chemistry. His work as counselor brought him to know well the problems ot' all of the boys. As co- advisor of the sophomore class, he emphasized get- ting off to a good start, and keeping it up. He graduated from Wliitiiian and W.S.C. 1 ,ls ,.-x s xi! ew fx Mr. Camealy Mr. Bowen We ,,,, E - wrstssixlid. KJ' .mi Mr. Purnell Miss Argall Mr. Gates MR. PU RNELL Mr. Virgil Purnell taught biology and was ad- visor of Bulldog Guard. Those of us who attended the games, saw Mr. Purnell busily overseeing the sale of tickets, Outside of the class room his interests have been in sports and outdoor activities. He attended Wash- ington State College. MISS ARGALL Miss Ruth Argall taught radio production, sopho- more speech, and also helped students prepare speeches tor the many occasions when this talent was required. Miss Argall was very interested in read- ing, the stage, and all good entertainment media. Miss Argall attended the University of North Da- kota and the University of Washington. MR. GATES Mr. Max Gates, taught English, Latin, and Drama at E.H.S. Mr. Gates was also director of the Senior and All-School plays, and advisor of Latin Club. He was very interested in puppets and all aspects of Drama. Mr. Gates attended the University ot' Montana, the University ot' Wlashington, and as one ot the first recipients ot the john Hay Fellowship, he attended Columbia University. MR. McKIM Lester McKim, who taught French and literature at E.H.S., was a Bulldog Guard advisor and "pre- mier" of French Club. Schools which Mr. McKim had attended were Oregon College ot' Education, Central Wtisliingtori College of Education, and the University of Wzisli- ington, on a scholarship from the French govern- ment. Nd Mr. McKim gf? Mr. Stearns M R. STEA RNS Mr. Ditk Stearns, who taught literature and Eng- lish at Ellensburg High School. also had the respon- sibility of seeing that all assemblies went smoothly. He attended Westerii and the University oi Wfashington. He taught in Xwhatcom County and af- ter army service he came to E.H.S. Mr. Stearns has been President ot' the Depart- ment of Classroom Teachers of the Wilsliington Edu- cation Association for the past two years. 13 'wide eaciew 'v-if Mr. Barnhill Mr. Johnson Mr. Snell MR. BARNHILL Mr. Merle Barnhill taught Industrial Arts, broadening the program to include many new units this year. Fishing and hunting are two hobbies well known to all of his students. Mr. Barnhill attended S.W. Methodist College and Kansas State Teachers College, and had valuable industrial experience before coming to Ellensburg. MR. JOHNSON j. Arthur johnson taught agriculture in E.H.S. and was an advisor of Future Farmers of America. He attended the University of Washington and Washington State. Mr. johnson won an honorary American Farmers degree at the National Convention of F.F.A. in Kansas in the fall of '54. MR. SNELL jack Snell, an alumnus of E.H.S. was the new farm shop instructor and a F.F.A. advisor. Mr. Snell, a graduate of Washington State, taught agri- culture at Orting before coming back to E.H.S. He liked to farm, and enjoyed sports, when time per- mitted. MISS DUNSTON Marie Dunston taught art. She was probably bet- ter known by all of the students as the advisor who helped with the decorations for the junior Prom, the Senior Ball, Homecoming, Stage decorations for plays, posters and any last minute decorations. Miss Dunstan attended the University of Wash- ington and the University of California. 14 l 'z ' s Miss Dunstan Mrs. Nygaard MRS. NYGAARD Every E.H.S. student knew Alice Nygaard. Mrs Nygaard had only one class, that of library science she was always ready to help you find the right book magazine or reference. Mrs, Nygaard attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, and the University Minne sota. 60 O Mrs Stappler Mrs Reese Mr Vancll Mr Andreottu Mr. Kibbe MRS STAPPLER In her lirst yur lt E H S Venetta Stappler re erced Qto use her own cxpressionj tue home ccon- omics classes and was the l H A adxisor Mrs St lpplcr ittendcd the Unncrsity ot Xwish- ington Wishington Stlte Collcg Ore on St ite Colle L Ind Colorido A ind M MRS REESE 'lhc lttrictixe new telchcr in 71 was Pit Reese x ho tiught yunior literiture ind composition Her home town is Wcnltchee Mrs Reese itttndcd xxllilfllllll College the Uni- xcisity ot Wishin ton ind CWCII She likes El' lensburg ind has tound the faculty especillly '0- opcritlxe ind helpful in her tirst ,CIF ot teiching MR VANCIL Arlq Vincil tau ht Anieric in goxernmcnt ind history world geography and economics He w is the blschill coach tor the second year He lttcndtd thc U ot Oklahoma Elst Central State in Oklahoma Wash. State Colle e the L. ' Washington 'md C.W.C.E. Mr. Vancil is the third teacher from E.H.S. to receive a ,Iohn H fiylfellowship Award. MR. AN DREOTTI Besides teaching geometry trigonometry algebra and physics Archie Andreotti also coached track and was a unior class counsellor. An alumnus of E.H.S. Mr. Andreotti attended C.W.C.E. then taught in the lower Yakima Valley before returning to Ellens- burg in 1955. MR. KIBBE Merle Kibbe taught geometrey, and photography. as well as being advisor of Klahiam and Cam Club, and director of Visual Aids. Mr. Kibbe attended the University of Washing- ton, Western Washington, and Ohio State Univer-A sity. 15 We helen 5 The first project of the "Class of 'SSH was the Senior Play, "The Doctor in Spite of Himself," which was held on November 17. On December 9 came the Senior aBll, with "King Coral" as the theme, In the spring, things began to move fast for all seniors. There was College Day and several meetings for "College Bound Seniors" as well as all the preparation for Commencement. With the cooperation of all the senior students the class was able to plan a very successful stunt night. Gradu- ation on May 20 concluded their twelve years of school. The officers of the "most important class in school" were: Nancy Courson, Presidentg Twylla Gibb, Secretaryg and Kathleen Meyer, Treasurer. ADAMS, MARY CATHERINE-Vlzlss S1-4'l't-lzll'5' LZ: 1'llHI'llh 2-JI: Musii- F4-stivzll 2-IT: l".lI..X, 2-Sl: Hffim- l'i':u'ti4-i- I1-4: JI. lluni I Ullllllllltw' ... hr. Iwzill 1 lIllIIllIIIl'l' 1. ANDERSON, AUDREY JEANT4'l11lI'll5 2-Sl-1: Nlusit- Ves- .., .f-,- -... 11x.iIJ-.,-1, llllllt' lu .2-... ANTONOPOULOS, ADAM'l'l'flAlt'l'llllll Fri-xv 3: llillltl 2-il-I: lclnseiiilmle- 2-Ii-4: Music' Ifeslivzil 2-Z2-1: VV--ni-li 21. ' BAILES, LARRY HARLEN - lfrmtlvatll Z-II1l4Ih- llI':Pl 'l'r:u'k 2-IL--4: 1.4-llc-rn1:111's Vlnl, ZZ-4. BARBER, HAROLD EDWIN CEDJ-Iloys' Stun- S21 .Xll Selumrl l'l:iy Z1 Sr. Ulziss l'l:iv 1: 1'llIrI'llS 2: Musiw F4-sIix':i1 11: l1'.l"..X. 2-35-lg Livvslm-k .lllllillllg ZHICJ-lllub: l'2ll'll2lHH'll- l2ll'5' 'I'i-:im 23: Sliw-ell Vontest 4: Il lllilng Hnalril 2-2'-1: lin- fho l'i'mlti-'tmn Si-42 liziski-tlutll Il: linsi-lull! 12. BARTAK, ROBERT LEROY CBOBJ- Ilnllilaig lill2ll'll Z-I 1: Y.V.l..X.A. 'l'4Illl'Il1llllA'Ill 4'T'l'2l4'lil 213 'l'r:u-k ZZ-Ziilllv-I. BAUMANN, RUEDI FRED-'l'l'zin:sfi-i'ri-il In I+I.Il.S. frmn l':llllllll'l2lXX' High Svlmnl, l':IlllllH'lHXV, TY2lSlIlIll.l'l1ill Ill Intru- niurzils Z2-sl. BERG, NEAL CLINESMITH-llc-nvrrll t'nursi-. eacdew , . , BLOOM, JACQUELINE LISA CJACQUIEJ-'l'1'zx11sfI-in-fl to lC.H.S, from Ifnrl Vnllins High Svlwol, Furl Collins, 1'nIm'zuln Sl: I'u1x l'IuII -I1 lfwiicli l'lub 43 Klziliium l'IrIitm'i:II 21-41 JV. I'i'r:m flllllllllllltlf' II: S11 I-iz1Il4'u11IIi1ilu-v 4: 'I'i'i-IIi- X 4: louth ik l,mv1'11xmfl1t -I, BROOKS, MARJORIE LOUISE-Flares 'lll'Q'H,SUl'l'I' Zg .X,S.lL Uoum-il 2-4: Studs-nt I.eaclei"s l'rmfs-rom-e Il-4: Ulmrus :Z- -lg Iflnsvmllh- I5-4: Muslv F1-stivzil 21-4. I".l-LA. 2: l'v11 l'luI1 2-ii-4. 'I'1'1-zisiliwi' I!-43 Hffivo l'rzu'lic'v 2-Il. BUNGER, ARTHUR QARTJ-Ifurrtlmll 2-IIIICI-4Il'II1 flllUI'- us SZ-4. BURGE, LORRAINE HELEN-'l'i'z1lIst'ui'x'ml to l'l.H.S. frmxi Mzu'c'ux High Sn-lmol, Mzxrcus, XN'zi.sliil1f,ttu11 Zig Uffia-P l'i'zu'tim- 41 Klzxliium I-Ziliturizil 333 Ilrmiemmiing' ljlklllllllig' Cmnniillen- 4. BYRNE, WANDAJEAN-Tmiiisfa-1'1e1l to I-I,II,S. from 1-'emlletrm lligrh Scliuol, lwricllvtrnii, Hregun -I3 Sr, Class Play 4: All Sulmol Play 4: l'lI0l'llS 4: Musiu Ifoslixwil 4: l"r'0uvli Ululm 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4. CAMDEN, MARY ANN-A,S.B, Founc-il 2: SIllfli'Ill lmml- 6135 Coiifereiice 41 l".H.A. 2: Klzihizmm llliotugwilyliy 2-:l-4: I'lmtog:'1'z11mliy Illmlitui' 4: Fam Club 2-Zi-4: l,I'USlflUIll Sli llrm1ec'muiii,2' I'l:1m1im: lll18.lI'llI?1II 4: .liz Prom f'cm1milte1- ZX: S11 Hall Crmimittcv 4. CAMPBELL, BEVERLY JEAN QBEVJ-f'Iio1'us Z!-4: Mu- sic' Ifestival II-4, I4'.H.A. 2: .liz l,llll'2ll'IZlIl 2-4. CARDWELL, LEONARD ORVILLE'-l':lllldlIL1'fllI2ll'Ki 3-4I Uziselizill II-4. CHAMNESS, DANA LEE-Class l'1'esi4le1it Sl: Tizuul 2-33-4: Iilisenilllv II-43 Mumis- Festival 4: I"re11r'l1 C'IuIm 2-II: Hziskvt- hall 2: Bass-Imll 2-33: Travl: 4: All Si-lmul Play -I. CHANDLER, WILLIAM RICHARD CBILLJ-Slzlge C11-xi 4: L'Imi'us 4. CHURCH, JUNE MARIE-Rzuirl 2-CI-4: l':llSt'll'Illll 2-C!-4: Musii- Fuslivzil 2-33-43 Majorette 4: Triple IC 21 'l'1'i-Hi-Y 2. CORBALEY, RUBY DARLENE-Hzincl 2-IT'-4: liusemlvlv 2-3-41 Clmrils 2-22-43 linseinlmle- 2-3-4: Music' Festival 2-Z!-43 'Vriplo IG 2. COURSON, NANCY ELIZABETH-Class Vice I'1'0sidf-nt -IZ A,S,l2. Uoum-il 4: Student llm-z1fle1"s fl0llf9I'1'llC'O 43 All Svlmrwl Play it-43 S11 Class Play 4: F'.TT.A, 4: Pep Club 2-il-43 Ilzitin Ululv 211 Tri-Hi-Y 31-43 Jr. l-'rrmi Vmiimilteo 33 SV, Hall Umnmittee 4. DODGE, LEONARD ROBERT fBOBJ1rl1l'flIlSft'l'I'CCl L0 I4l,lI.S, from Kiltitzis High Svlinrvl, Killims, XVz1sl1ing'1mx :il llllUI'US fl-4: l'I11sn-nilwlo IZ-4: Music' lfostivzil ff'-4: All NNY. I'l1rwi'us 4: lf'.I".A. II-I1 Jr, Prrmi Urmmiitlvo II: SV. lizill Prriiuliiitfve 4. DYK, ROBERT WESLEY KBOBJ-'l'1'ziiisf01'1'e4l tu Ii,TI,S. from 'I'l1m'11 Iligli Svlirml, 'l'I1m'p, NY2lSl'llll,2'IOIl II: A.S.l5. l'0lllI1'il 41 Iiuys' Stale II: Slutle'-nt Ile-:Ula-i"s l'rx11fci'0ii:'i- 4: l".I".A. II-41 .ll1Ilj.1'lIIfJ,' l.ivestm'k 33 'I"i'zicIc II-43 liitrzilililnlls 2. EATON, JOYCE DORIS-Iiaiiml 2-II-4: Iinsviulllo 2, Blush' Festivzil 2: Tennis 3-4, ELSBERRY, WILLIAM MELVIN-Gcnorzll Course. '11 Bartak, Bob Bauman, Ruedi Bentz, Larry Berg, Neal Bloom, Jacquie Brooks, Maf'i'-Wie 'Q-"""". Bunger, Art Burge, Lorraine Byrne, Jean Camden, Mary Campbell, Bev Cardwell, Leonard Chamness, Dana Church, June Coe, Sandy 17 Den Beste, Alois Dodge, Bob Dyk, Bob EMERSON, VERNE DELL-All Svluml Play 2: Bulldog Guard 2-Il-I: Fzlpluili 4: Hamlin l,l'UdllI'lilIll 2-Cl-4: Bzisvlmll 2-223 fIOlIIt'l'IlllIlll,LY Plzuiuing' Vmiiiiiittvc- -I. EMRY, MAXINE SHARON IMAXJ-'I'i'ziusfc1'x'ed ti, H.H.S. frnm Ulm- lilum High Ss-howl, Flu- I-Ilum, NY:1shiugtou 2, Baud Z3-4: Fhurus 2: Musiv P+-stivzml 2-Il--I. ERICKSON, JANICE ARLENE CJANJ-'l'i'i1Jle li 21 'l'l'i- Hi-X 2-.S-4: Youth .Q f:IlX'l'I'lllllt'llI ZZ. FAUST, ALTA LOUISE-4'hoi'us 2-21--Ig Music' iff-stivall 2- 3-4, F.H.A. Sl, Triple lf! J!--I. FERGUSON, MARIE NINA-4'hu1'us 223 I".II,A. 2: Jr. Li- brarian 4. FLEMING, PHIL EDWARD-A.S.l-Z. I'r'efsimleut 4: Student l,e-aflofs fillllft-'l'Plll't' 4: Vlziss x'lL'f'-I'I't'SillI'llt 2: Hand 2-33- 4: l'Iusf-mlile 2-4: Milsil- I-'estivul JZ--I1 Y.X'.I.A.A, 'I'tllII'Illl- mvul tllaslcvtlmllh IT: llziskvtlmll 2-Zi-4lI'Ii: 'l'i'z1vk 2-Z!-4. Wow GIBB, TWYLLA-'Class S1'i'l'4'I?lI'j' -I: Stlliln-ut l,m-:ull-i"s l'HIIfl'l'1'lli'l' Il: 1'lim'us 2-I!--I: I-luxe-mlrlv Z-23-43 Blush- Ifvsli- ivul 2-31-4: All Nurlliwvsl l'I1m'us -I1 l"re-nl-li Vluln 23-ZZ: llam- mlin l'rmIu4-lion 2-35: Snpli lmiuw- lilllllllllllvt' 131 Jr. I'i-mu Fuiiiliiillee ZF: Sr. Hall l'UllIlIllllL'0 4. GOSNEY, JAMES MICHAEL QGOSJ-l'Iini-us Z-II--I: I-111- sl-inlilli It--I1 Musim- l"I'SIlY1ll 2-Z1-43 l,z1tiu Club IZ: Num Ululi Il-4: Ifsmtlvzlll Z1--IIIGIQ 'l't'lllllS Zllflr-itll-II--Ulflll lA'IIk'l'lll2lIl'S Uluh I!-4. GRIFFIN, ROGER-th-mimi Cnursv. HARKER, BOYCE A.-Jr. l'rom Vrriniuittm- II: Ili-Y 2-2 HARRIS, JOHN BRUCE-Latin l'luI1 122 Hi-Y 2-221 'l'i'zu-lc S2-42 lizisvlvzill 2. HAWK, ED-Bulldog lluzlrrl 2-ZS: Tran-k IZ. HENDERSON, LEWIS D. QLOUIEJ-l'hoi'us 2-Il-43 Music I"m-stivul 2-31 I-'.F.A. 2-I!-4, Judging Suil 3. HEPBURN, DARLENE CHEPPYJ-Student Leaders 4'mifm-reiu'e- -Ig t'Iim'us 2-37-4: Music' l"4-stivul 2-Il-4: P1-p 1'luI: JI-4: Ilrill In-zulvr 43 Latin Plulu Zig Uffim- l'i'zu'tir-f- 43 'l'ri-Ili-Y 2-CI: Ilmm-vuinim: l'lzuming: lwlllllllltlli' 43 Jr. Prom f'0lllllllllt'C 3: Sr. Ball Culnluitlve 4. HERRICK, DELANOR DUANE CDELJ-l'hHl'llS 3-43 Mu- sic- Ivvstiwll Il--I: I".I".A. 2-Il: Iwtzim and Applc .Iuclging 2- 123 Funlluzill II--UICJQ 'l'1'zu'k Il: Rasa-Irzlll 4: llllI'2llllklI'2llS ZZ Hmm-voiniiiy: l'lzLuuiur.t l'uiumittPe 4: Ilefttewillzllis Club 4. HOLLWAY, MICHAEL WAYNE QMIKED-1:l!llt'l'2LI Vuiirsr-. JENSON, MARVIN LEE ROY-Slurlk-nt lmzule-r's I'm1fe-r- mum- tl: All Sc-liuul I'l:xy I1-4: Class Illziy -I: l'hm'us 2-43 Music Fe:-tivzil 2-4: Ilzulin l'i'mluq-timi Ii-4: lfrmtlmll 2-3-4- IICIJ Base-hull 2-Il-4. JOCKIMSEN, LA VERE ELMER KJOCKJ-'I'i'zu-k Y.V.I.- .X.A. 'l'oLii'i1uIm-lit Il: Frmllnzlll 2-Sl--Ill-Il: 'l'1'zlr'k 2-If'-4. KITTS, EVELYN FERN QLYNNJ-l".H,A. 31 liusim-SS f'I1lll'SC. Zkwaea , , , KLOCKE, MERRILL LEE-l".I".,X. I1 l'uIzilfi :xml Vzlllli- .Iunlgm,u' 2. KOZIOL, FREDERICK JOSEPH QFREDDY5-l'hm-us 4: I"IIYt'Illlll4' I' XIIIEII' I'i'SllX'1li I. LAMBSON, GEORGE MAURICE-Slllmii-lil IA'2llil'li'S l'1:1i- fm-1'1-llvv IL l'Iun'lls Uluin "' Ifnmlin-ill "-Il-Ill-Il: I-'mrlimli ilispirzllimzzll ziwzird 4: Ii-lli-1'nmx1's l'IuIi 2-Z2-Ig l'I'I'9IlilIII I I isIilI11II ' Ill I I:2lSl'lr21ll 2-I Ii I -ZH ICI. LARSEN, SALLY ANN-Kizlliizun I'Iiulug:1':111I1y 22: 'l'ri- Hi-Y 2: Vanin l'luIm Z!-I. 2: Musiv IH-slivzlli Latin i'IuI1 223 Fam K-Sr ,pm The senior trio Kay Short, Twylla Gibb, and Coralie Mc- Cracken practice real hard in order to make a good showing LEINBACH, EARL-i'Iun-us Z2-4. in contest at Yakima. LUNDSTROM, ARLENE FRANCES-I4'.lI..X. 2 31 'l'riplm- li 2-JI. MACKNER, HELEN EDNA-A.S.I!. 1'uum-il 2: I".II,.X. 2-ZS: Uffiw- l'i':u-tic-v I: Iflulm-vrwluiimg I'lzuminp.: 4'HIIIIIIIll4'4' -41 Sr. Ilull Uommilti-v 4. MAIN, JOY DELLE-A.S.I!,1'uu11i'il23l'I1urus 2-CI--4: Mu' sim' Fe-stivzxi 2-Z5-4: I'4-11 4'IuIm 2-I!-41 Latin t'IuIu 21 l"l't'II4'lI l'luIx 43 'I'1-i-Ili-Y 2-221 Yuulii N f:llYl'I'lIlIIl'IIl l2IZ Ilrmmv- vrnuiug' l'l:uming' t'u1un1itlm- I2 Jr. I'rum l'llIlllIIiIlt't' MAY, PATRICIA NAYDEAN IPATII-Cimrus 2, Mush- I"4-slivzll 21 Latin 1'luIn 23 I"l'1-m'I1 l'IuIu 223 'l'ri-IIi-Y 2' Yrvulh :mul Ilnx'vx'l1l11e-lit 2. MCCAMENT, CYNTHIA INEZ-A.S.I2. Voum-il 2: Stud:-nl I.vmIm's I'HIIf4'It'lIf'4' 2: IN-li t'IuIm 2-Z!-I3 I"l't'lll'h 1'IuI1 Il-I1 lflillliillll I-Iflituriul 2-253 Yell Ln-:uh-r 2: Ilmuocmning Plun- niug' Finmuitlw- 41 Iimm-m'uminp,' I'rim-ess Zi: Bulldog' Club 'I'iu-zlslllw-1' AI: .liz Prom I'4llIIIllIIIl't' 121 SV. Ilnll Frmnuittoo 4. 1'I1:1irm:ln Zi: Sr. IXAII Vnlxirliiltm- I. MALINOSKY, JOAN LEE-Klzlixiam I-Iditrwrizml 21 'I'1'i-IIi- MCCRACKEN, CORALIE MARCIA-Sludom I.0z1rI1-Vs Fem- fQ'l'vIIi't' Z1-42 .XII Sc-Iuml Play 2-IZ: Uhurus 2-Z!-4: 1':IISUIlllIlt' 2-It--I: Musii' If:-stivzll 2-II-4: All Slate F'I1m'l1s33 .XII North- Y 2. wvsl t'I1ul'us 41 I'L-p t'luIr 41 SOIlL.1'li'2lli1-I' -I1 Iimmfi-mui11p,: MAPES GERALD DEAN 4GARy3-I .um phil, -J. Tri- PIRIIIIIIIILL' f'0llIII'liIIt't' 2-4: Jr, I'rnm f'rnu111itlov 271 Sr. Hull , A. -, V 1 l IIi-Y 2-CI--I: Youth K f:UX'l'I'IllIlt'IlI 2-Sl-I: 'I'l'zu'k 2-ZUIGHQ f"'1'm1"--1-fI1-Ulm-IH 4' Y. Y.I.A..X. 'I'nurnzmn-nl 2-3. MARTIN, WALLACE DUANE fWALLVJ1fll'IIt1l'2li l'lllII'si'. Hawk, Ed H unt, Pat MELFRESH, WALTER LAWRENCE QLARRYJ-Siuih-nt I.vzuIur's 1'fJllfI'l'H!lt'0 43 Uhurus 41 Music Fc-sIix'z1I -41 Bull- dog lluzlrri 2-Z'-41 Ilauim I'rmIui-tum 2-.I-4: Iiusi-Imall 2-71-41 'IR-:nu Nlllillljlvl' ilfrmtlnllll IL fi 'UK Hawley, Bob Henderson, Lewis Hepburn, Darlene Herrick, Del Holloway, Mike QB Y fu-ni' 4""7P in L KI ke, Merrill Koziol, Fred Jenson, Marv Jochimsen, La Vere Kitts, ynn oc 19 ai New Lambggny George Larsen, Sally Leinbach, Earle Lundstrom, Arlene Mackner, Helen Main, JOY Malinosky, Joan Mapes, Gary Martin, Wallace We MCGINNIS, MARLENE WINIFRED-T ran s fe r 1' 1- d to I'I.H.S, from Sprzuxm- llipqh Svlmol, Sp1'ug'lle-, NVIISIIIILLK-UJII 32 All School Play 3: Senior Ulass Play 4: Chorus 3-4: F.- H.A, 33 Triple IC 3: Junior Librarian 4: Sr. Ball Commit- tee 4. McNEIL, SALLY LOU-I'uiut Fluh Il: IH-11i'IL1Iw2l-4: Jun- ior I,iln'zu'iz1n 23-43 Uffir-e I'1'z11-lice 4. MEYER, ADA KATHLEEN-Ulnss Tre-usllre-1' 4: I'.I'I.O. Awzuwl Ji: Studi-nr I.e-zulc-rs f'Ullfl'l'Q'll1'i' 4: 'l'1'ipIe If 22: La- tin tlulr 2: Ifivlic-I1 l'I.1li Z2-I: Klzilliaim I'I1lIflll'i1ll Stuff Z- S!-4Z Iiililm' l: llllllIf'f'llIllillf.I' Viilllllillfl' Vuinnmillu- -I: .Ir , 1 A 4 - . . Irnm fllllllllllttl-,' 4 Iuurlnzlil -lg br. Iiall Vimllllittee I'hz1i1'- man -I1 Sallxtzltfmizxil 4. MITCHELL, NONA LOUISE-Student I.czuIcrs lqllllfhff- mace- 43 Cllorus Sl-4: Musim' I"n-sliv11IZ?: 'I'l'IIlIt' IC 3-Zi-4: lmint Vluli Il-4: liitramiuruls 3--I. MONTGOMERY, JAY RONALD fROND1'I'I'2lllFfHl'l'l'll from XXYIIIIIIVOIJ High Sm-hrml, YVinth1'o11, XYzLsI1iug:'tm1 4, -.r-lmwrzil f'Ulll'SQ', MORDHORST, VIRGINIA RAE-A.S.II, Council 2-3-4: Hariri 2-I!-43 Iinse-nmlilef 2-Z!-43 All State Hzilul Zig All North- west Hzuirl -lg IH-11 Iiuml IJir'n-vim' 45 Musir' I"e-slivul 2-il-41 f'IIl7l'lIS 4: IAHIIII Vluli 2: .llmlnr IIIIIVIIFIIIII 4: 'I'e-mils 2-:ll flimu-4-myliylg' l'lgumiy1g4 Vminiililtw- -I3 .Ir. I'rfmm liflllllllitllxi' CI: Sr, Hall Vrnnmittee 4. MORFIELD, DONALD LEE-If'.I"..X. 4, Ifrmtivzlll 23 'I'c-:lm Alilllllf-101' ID-a.seba.IIJ 2. MURPHY, SARALEE-Sturlmlt I.6'ml0rs f7'0l1f6'I'PIlL'Q' 4: F.H.A. 21 'Fri-Hi-Y 2: Youth and Cove-rnmenl, 2: Fam Vluli Zi-I: PIUY'l'H'C'0'fTlIllg' Plzuming Frrliilllitlr,-c 4: Sr. Hall Com- mittee 4: Ifiilhikllll I'hotng:1'z1phy Staff 4. 20 May, Pati McCament, Cynthia McCracken, Coralie McEIfresh, Larry McGinnis, Marlene McNeil, Sally Meyer, Kathleen Mitchell, Nona Montgomery, Ron Mordhorst, Virginia Morfield, Don Murphy, Sara Nance, Jim Noble, Jane Noble, Joan NANCE, JIM ROBERT-F,F.A, 2-3-43 Potato Jullpging' 2: Bulldog' Guard 2-3-4: Football Ii-4 11555 Tram-k 2-3-4. NOBLE, JANE MARIE-Band lN1a,jorette 23 Triple li 23 lf'.ll.A. 23 Pep Club 3-43 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4, Youth A Govern- ment, Il-4: fI0lH6CUllllllPf I'Ianning' f'0lHllllft9Q TT-41 Song' lloader -I: Student Leaders Conference 4. NOBLE, JOAN ANN-Hand Majorette 2, A.S.B, Counctil 2, Student Leaders Conference 43 Junior Librarian 4: Tri- Hi-Y 3-43 Youth N Governnwnt 3-45 Cant Club Sl-4: Song' Loader 4. I I I O'NEAL, MOLLY MAR'EiYlxI'Z1llSfL'Tl'l'II from 'I'rzu'p Vu- lllll lligzh 54-lniol, 4 2lIIfl2I'llI2I -I. O'NElLL, LAURENCE SEAN-.X.S.I'!. Vim- I'1'c'SirI11ll1 42 .X.S.l5, t'o1nu-il 2-fig lfootlmll I!-Zlllil-I: lizwlu-tlwzxll 2-Zi: llonwwnniligq Ijlillllllllfl'f'UlllllllIl1'l' -I3 I.vttv1'x1w1i's Club Sl-4, All St-Imul Play' -I. PADDEN, JOANNE IVIARJORIE CJOJ-'I'l':1l1sfv1'l's-tl to .,. I'J.H.S. from .luffvrson High Sc-bool, l'orlIz1nil, flI'l'L1UIl -. I4' ll X 'P' 'l'riplt- lf' " 'Z 4 PALO, ELAINE RUTH-'l'1':1lisfs-1'1'ml to l'2.lI.S, from Mos- vs Lake Iliglx Svhool, Moses lmliv, XVz1slting.:'1ou 21: tlffii-at l'rzu-Kiro Ii. PATTERSON, CALVIN RAY-l".l".A. 4. PEDERSEN, CAROLINE ANN-Student lA'2i'IIlI'S l1f!Ilfl'I'- enc-o 4: l-'.H.A. 25 Triple I-I 2, Pep Ulub Zi-43 Uffivf- l'rzu'- tive 41 Tri-Hi-Y 2-I3-4, Sec1'ot:try 3--lg Youth K Govern- ment Zi-43 U:-un Club Il-4: Sea-retary 4: Jr. Prom Commit- tee 33 Sr. Bull Coxnznitte-if 43 All School Play 4. PERKINS, THOMAS JOSEPH tTOMJ-Senior Ulass- Play, 43 Chorus 2-3-4, linse-lnble 2-37-4, Musik Festival 2-Il-4: Pep Club -tg Latin Club 2: Hi-Y 2-3-45 Youth QQ Govorn- me-nt 35 Yell Leader 4, Football 2-33 'Track 23 Tennis 3-4: Team Manager lRasketballJ 2. PERRY, ROBERT LEE-I".F.A. 2-3-43 Football 2. PETERSON, RICHARD LEE QPETEQ-Hi-Y 2-3--1I'lxl'?ll'I'i 2. PINNEY, RALPH JOSEPH-Latin Flub 2: l"r0nf'l1 l'lub 33 Teanl lXlzlnag'c-lr t'l'ran-kb llil 2, O'NeaI, Molly O'NeiIl, Larry Padden, Jo Ann Palo, Elaine Patterson, Calvin Pederson, Caroline N...,,,, , I-J M Perkins, Tommy Perry, Bob Peterson, Dick Pinney, Ralph Pless, Don Plochowietz, Rollin 21 3 Quicksall, Lorena Reid, Lewis Riley, Sharon C? '49 Robbins Gary Roberts Roberta Ross, Dennie Schormann, Gary Schuller, Julie Short, KEY Smith, Guy Snodgrass, Marr Sue Snowden, Jane Sorenson, Don Steele, David Stowe, Arlene 22 2040 PLESS, DONALD WILBUR-A.S.ll. Council 2: l".l"..X. 2-323 lfrwlliall Il-lr lil: 'l'i'a4-k Z1-IHICI-4. PLOCHOWIETZ, JOHN ROLLIN CROLLIEJ-Hi-Y I!-4. POWELL, RICHARD CHARLES fHUEY,-'lil'illlSfl'l'l'l'll lu I-I.ll,S. from lft'llllt'XYlCli lliprll Sm-bool, Kvinn-Wim-li, XVasliinatun Now-nilwi' 22, 1595-lg General Course. QUlCKSALL, LORENA MAE-Student la-allers Confor- vnm- Il, l".ll.A. 2-Il-43 'l'1'i11lu li 2-it-42 Alliletim' Club Lltldl- !!--lg Point Club I1-lg Latin Club 2, 11Ulllt'CHllllllll Planning: Cmnmittee 3-4. REID, LEWIS VERNON-.Xll Svliool Play ZZ: Senior Class l'la5 4, 1'l'U,ll'l'llHIl Cin-xv 2: llulldog' Guard 2-IZ--lx l"i'1'm'li Club 2. ROBBINS, GARY SAMUEL-Student Leaders iillllf-G'l't'lll't' -l: Chorus 2: Blush' lf'm-stival 2: lA'Il4'l'lllt'll'S Club li lli-Y 2-1:3 Football 2-Sl: Tran-k 2-311104. ROBERTS, ROBERTA MARY-Class President ZZ: Class 'l'I't'2lSUf'Q'l' Il: Girls State Il: l".lI.A. 2-33 Pep Club 2-34-4: Iladio l'rmluc'tion Z1-2:-4: Hmm-1-mniiig' Planninfr Commit- lvv 4. ROSS, DENNIE ROCK-Student Leaders Conference 3: All Sc-howl l'lay 2-il--lg Senior Class l'lay 4: Bulldog Guard 2-Il-4: Radio l,l'UllllCll0ll 2-J!--13 lfootball Ziqldi-41153: 'Fen- nis 4. SCHULLER, JULIE ANN-A,S.l!. Council I!-4: Studi-nt lmarlvrs Crnifc-i'vm'o 4, All School Play 2: lk-p Club 2-3-45 Latin Club 23 l"i'1-in-li Club 3-4: Klahiani Business Staff Z2-22'-4: Business Manager -1: Yell Leader 4: Sr. Hall Com- mittee 43 Bulldog Club President 4. SHORT, KATHRYN CLAIRE fKAY7-Student Loaders l'0llfCI'8lll'0 Z2-41 Sr. Class Play 4: Chorus 2-3-43 Ensemble 2-3--lg Music Festival 2-3--lg All State Festival Chorus 3: All N0l'Il'lXY4-'Sl Clmrus -ll liadio l'i'uduction 2-il-41 Home- mnning' Planning' Clvllllllillvn' Il--lp Song: header 4: Pep Club 21-Il--lg l'rc-side-nt 4. SMITH, GUY-Student l.1-amlt-i's Conferenre -l': Hi-Y ZZ-.1 lfiuxllillll l HCP. SNODGRASS, MARR SUE-A.S.lI. Counvil IZ: Chorus 21 l-',ll.A. 2-Ii: 'l'1'iplv H 2: 'l'ri-Hi-Y 2: l'l0lll0L'OllllllQ' Plan- ning Coininittvc- 23 Atlilvtit' Club 2. SNOWDEN, JANE MATHIEW-l'.l'I.U, Award ZZ: Chorus 12-I!-41 l':llSt'llllbll' 2-I!--13 Alusis' Festival 23-Il-43 F.H.A. 2: Latin Club 2-il: Valodivtorian -l. SORENSON, DONALD EMIL QDONJ-A,S.l'!. Connvil 23 l4',l"..X. 2-Sl--1: Sp:-4-vli Contest 4: Potato, l,ix't-stock .Q Dairy .lllllfllllllj 2-Il-43 l".l".A, State l"il,I'lllCl' Il, State Representa- tive il-42 Inli'aniiu'als if, llmnef-rnning' Planning' Commit- lo-4' "-4 , .i . STEELE, DAVID LEON-llasellall 3-4. STOWE, ARLENE ETHEL-F.II.A, 21 Athletic Club 22 'l'ii'pl4- lil 2-fl: Uffive l'l'ac:tiCe 4. TAYLOR, MARILYN ARDELLE-Chorus 3, Music Festi- val 3: Uffic-e Practice 33 'Tri-Hi-Y 3. J I I I TOZER, LLOYD VYNOR QELVYQ-l+'.I4'..X. 2-33 l'ol2lto Jutlgiixg' 2: liulldog' Guard 2-Ci-43 Truck 2tI'Il-IHIGJ-43 Let- terlnn--n's Club Ii--l. TYLER, SHIRLEY YVONNE-Trunsferrt-cl to I'l.II.S. from Poly 'l'cc'llniquc- Iligh School, Riverside, California, 123 Stud- ent Leaders Confercnre 43 Pep Club 43 Tri-lli-Y 33 Home- coming Planning: Committee 4: Song Leader 4. VARNUM, MARY ANNA-Student IA-zulers Conference 43 Triple IG 2-Il--I3 Uffic-e Practice 43 Holnec-oniing' Planning Committee 3-4. VICKERMAN, PATRICIA JEAN QPATJ-A.S.l4. Treztsur- 4-r 41 S01JhllIll0l'l' Representative 23 Class Vive President 33 Studi-nt IA-zulers Conference 23 Band 2-3-43 Music Festival 2-3-43 Pep Club 23 Yell Leader 23 Latin Club 23 Homo- Clbllllllfl' l'lunninf.f Committee 43 114Jlll1'C0llllllg' Queen 4. VORIS, MARILYN SARA-General Course. WALTON, PATRICIA JOAN QPATSYJ-Student Loaders Confs-rem-v if-43 F.H,A, Triple-E 2-3-43 Pep Club Il. WARD, EN'D-'liI'2LllSfE'l'l'0ll to E.H.S. from Seattle, YVash. 43 Business Course. WATSON, DONALD EDWARD QDONNIEJ-Chorus 2-3- 4, linst-mble 2-3-43 Music Festival 2-3-43 Latin Club 33 Ba:-kvtlizlll 23 'Frzick 2-3-4. WEBER, WILLIAM ANTHONY-'l'ransferretl to l'I.H.S. from S. lfltlwzlrtls Seminary, Kenmore, XVIISIIIIIECUIII 33 French Club Il-43 liznsketball 3. WETCH, JAMES-Transferred to E.H.S. from Czrslmiere Hig.:'h School, CIISIIIIIE-l'0, XY:-ish. 33 l'rojet'tion Crt-W 23 lli- Y 2-Il-4: President 43 View President 33 Youth LQ Govern- ment Cl-43 Cum Club 3-43 Football 23 'l'ra.c-k 2. WHEELER, CLARK D. QTYKED-Football 233 Bzislcetball 2. WHITMAN, PATRICIA ANN CPATJ-Student Leaders Confvrenvc- 43 l4'.H.A. 23 Pep Club 3-43 Klahiam Photogra- phy Staff 2-Zi-43 Photograph Editor 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-43 Youth M rlovt-rnincnt 3-43 Cain Club 2-Ii'-43 President 4: Jr. Prom Cominittt-v 33 Sr. Ball Committee 43 All School Play 4. WILCOX, BONNIE MARIE-Chorus il-43 Mu:-tic' Festivzll Il-43 lf',l'l.A. 23 l"renvl1 Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2-33 Sr, Bull Com- mittee 43 .lr. Prom Colninittec 3. WILTGEN, SHIRLEEN MAE-All School Play 33 F.H.A. 2: Triple IC 2-3-43 Tennis 3-4. WOODIWISS, ELIZABETH JANE CBETTYJ-Sr. Class l'laty 43 Chorus Z!-43 Musir' Festival 3--I3 Triple IG 2-Il-43 Lu- tin Club 2: 1"l'0llCll Club 3-4. 'Qs ELY., Taylor, Marilyn Tozer, Elvy Tyler, Shirley xl "3 Varnum, Mary Vickerman, Pat Voris, Marilyn Walton, Patsy Ward, Enid Watson, Don 4? Weber, Bill Wetch, Jim Whitman, Patty Wilcox, Bonnie Wiltgen, Shirleen Woodiwiss, Betty 23 Jo Ann Worgum, Jim Eaton, Pat Lindsey and Fred Johnson, Jr. Class Officers, seem to be discussing a very enjoyable Junior Prom. One ze The whole junior class helped to make the year a success by selling Student Handbooks and partici- pating in all activities of the class. One of the most important of these activities was the junior Prom. with the theme, "Pink Champagne." The class of '56 was active in every field. There were seven jun- iors on the Basketball "A" squad, and a talented member ot' the class even invaded the Senior Play. The class officers were: Fred johnson, President: jim Eaton, Vice-Presidentg Pat Lindsey, Secretaryg and jo Ann Worguin, Treasurer. Hansen Carole Hansen, Gary Heimbuck, Richard Higgins, Pete Hocker, Eleanor Hoctor, Richie ,fx -f Henry Linda Herr Bob Hertz, Barbara Holmes, Ken olmes, Marlene dson, Harold Hughes, Beverly Hus Jensen ay Jensen Violet Johnson, Deon Johnson, Fred Jorgensen, Evelyn Kay, Roger Kendall, Kay Knudson, Beth Kroet Wayne I Jensen, Karen ll Alice sching, W , N 4 3 Jones, Don E s illis Lamb, Al azlde Laurent, Bob Lindsey, Pat Manor, Paul Markwell, Andrew Martin, Jon McDowell, Don Moses, Barbara Moss, Murla Mudd, Sharon Munson, Ray Newman, Gerald ...vi Wim' AA , G Nunley, James Olander, Bill Painter, Ned Nicks, Gary Nielsen, erry v-'vs N x E Mclntosh, Shirley McMorrow, Hubie Meyer, Daniel Meyer, Marilyn Moe, Steve Malinosky, Mike Martin, Gordon McElfresh, Gene Nickell, Margaret Patteson, Ken Morrison, Pat 27 74 ! S" ns, 'L Sterling, Gaylord Stowe, Sally 1 Thelen, Barbara Thomas. Gale 3 Thomas, Kay Thompson, Joe MF 'Y' 1 l Woods, Herb Woody, Ken Worgum, Jo Ann Wyland, Merna Th0mPS0f'l, Ken Tyler, Cliff Warren, Don Watterson, Jake W . . " " Ev 1' if , .,,, D "" fi , fi -"":"' axle ,.,. s Whitaker, Robert White, Jo Ann Wilson, Grace Winston, Marv Yetter, Jackie Young, Marilyn Webley, Walt Whitaker, Richard Wippel, Jerry Wippel, Mary 29 74501 The members of this hustling sophomore class participated in many activities. The 1954-55 Basket- ball "B" s uad was made u almost entirelf of so- fl P I' whomores. Earl in the surinf the svonsored a Sa- l Y l in Y l die Hawkins day and dance, and in May they gave their traditional Senior Reception. The officers ofthe class of '57 were: Bill Wales, Presiclentg Mike Haberman, Vice-Presidentg and Blu- etta ump Seeretary Treasurer Bill Wales Bluetta Jump and Mike Haberman sopho more officers enjoyed an unusual sunny day Aklns B Anderson E Anthony J Antonopoulos C Balles P Bailey D Bailey, K Barrett S Berry J D Blades J Bland Bodeman Brown M uce, G Burkette Carlme J fx an -Q-.av Carlson, B Cervlne, L Chandler, S Connot, J Davis, B Davis D Desmond T Drake S . J Y . - H . ,sg . are 3,- 3 -5 f qi . I' ' , ' f QI ' i Q, ,,, ,, ,L. ,D. . Br . ,J. ',. F... ,xr jg! 5 W s iff, I fy if V 1 . 1 I Q I I . y - y . y n 30 W Dreyer J Drlver, D ,- fa. Gehlen P Gemmull ,gi 5 KY lv!!! wk af xi? 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Q Lambert Lundstrom R unstr ymwm' ' Wm' 1 um P Lym J Mackner J Martm P Martlnen G McClure V McConnell D McGlIIlvray, D McMechan S Medved D Meek J Messmger S Mettler A el Manton J Monek A Monfort R Montgomery C Morgan N Morrlson B Morseth S Moser C Mulm B Nielson Y Nunley D O'Conner L Orndoff K Patterson R Patteson, J Pederson, J af Pekarek, Pratt 'I' 'X' ,J gy Platt G Poland R Porter R Y. Qulcksall R Raaum, G Rasmussen M Remck, Rhodes, D Rneksts, D Rlkansrud R paleccuf pal Polepat Polka was thc theme for the soplmo more Sadle Hawltms Dame on Aprll 16 The gals all grabbed a guy and cverybody had a flp roarm tlmc Hlllbllllcs and poleaats looked down on the fun from the walls of the Lmcoln Gym J, X 3. ' 3 f R J 1 1-rf' , RX f ' D A f " V . , C. , . L , . , . , - A r - 4 v - l - 51 ' ., if - Z vp 1 3 ' :V : 3 , X' ' ,' 1, . gf. ' w aist 1, -1 we L , . X . Q . s .f v . ' l - Y - f - 1 . I l - V . 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D- Ziska - 33 'P These real gone gurls who belonged to the Ukulele Club of 1919 were Eleanor Young Dorothy Henness Eunnce Churchlll Ruth Ortrnan Vlolet Burns Pauline Gregory 7a 746 We Wwe 7m 55 ORGANIZATIONS The l9l2 Klahiam, published lhe year our building was new, had 'lhis inlroduclion 'lo clubs and organizalionsz "Since 'lhe beginning of lhe Ellensburg High School, lhere have been many clubs exisling in il from lime lo lime. Some were social, some were lilerary, some were class organiza'l'ions, while olhers were musical, oralorical, or alh- lelic. Nolwilhslanding lheir apparenlly diver- slfled nnleresls however 'rhey were all 'focused on lhe same ul+lma'l'e oblecl' namely lhe ad vancemenl' and bellermenl of 'lhe High School Allowing for +he ouldaled slyle we 'lhlnlc 'lhal 'lhelr paragraph covers lhese achvrhes as well now as I+ dvd lhen Tom Perkins Jun Goswey Davd Gibb Watson and Bob Dodge are a rollin at a pep assembly THE EDITORS It took much time and effort to put out the Klahiam. The editorial and business duties included many tedious jobs. Editorially, the staff planned the layout of the book, and then throughout the year they filled in the skeleton of the dummy by writing, edit- ing, and proofing. The business included the tele- phone directory with our ads. subscriptions, supplies and finally, being sure that everyone got his or her Klahiam at the end of the year. fungi' Pts' ws. Wvfnurpr Marilyn Young, Sara Murphy, Margaret Camden, Mary Ann Camden, Pat Whitman and Pat Gotch go over the pictures before sending them to the engraver. Wane aimed Tu, A-eg Don Rhodes, Mary Wippel, Julie Schuller, Glenda Raaum and Ray Rickensrud watch while Kathleen Meyer shows them a good layout THE PHOTOGRAPHERS As usual, at the last minute the Klahiam photo- graphy staff was rushing around taking pictures so the Klahiam would be out on time, Pat Wliitiiuan and Mary Ann Camden headed the photography staff, consisting of Sara Lee Murphy, Patsy Gotch, Marilyn Young and Margaret Camden. I I I I Ed Barber speaks to parents, teachers and friends at th Banquet. F.F.A. The purpose of "Future Farmers of America" was to praftice brotherhood, honor, rural opportuni- ties and responsibilites. They suceeded in developing these and the qualitities of leadership a "Future Farmer" should possess. They sponsored stock judging, potato judging, a parent and son banquet, fair booths, showed stock, and had a parliamentary law team. Their offiuers were: Ed Barber, President, jim Nance, Vice-Presi- dentg Merrill Klocke, Secretary, Calvin Patterson, Treasurer: Richard Heimbach, Reporterg and Louis Henderson, Sentinel. Mr. johnson and Mr. Snell were their advisors. e F. F. A. F.H.A. girls Lavaughn Searcy, Margaret Nickell, Marie Rasmussen and Virginia Quicksall pick out pillows and furniture for their dream homes. F.H.A. The purpose of the "Future Homemakers of America" dwas to teach girls to be better home-male ers. The F.H.A. girls were the ones we had to thank for the hot coffee and "dogs" sold at the football game. Their initiation and installation were held in November. The officers were: Barbara Moses, Pres- identg Murla Moss, Secretary, Sharon Mudd, Treas- urerg Kay Thomas, Historiang Pat Snowden, Report- er, Mrs. Stappler, was the advisor. g Y' 7304! Wad 70426 . A 1 N if ' 155, -. W , ., ,al 'ffl - IMI an -L sf Virginia Quicksall and Patsy Walton sell candy and nuts like mad during halftime. BULLDOG GUARD The Bulldog Guard had the job of selling and taking tickets and keeping order at home games, They also had the ioh of moving tahles in the cafeteria, and were of service to the school in many ways. The offi- cers were: Verne Emerson. Captaing Bob Bartak, lfirst Lieutenantg and Gary Hanson, Second Lieutenant. The advisors were Mr, Purnell and Mr. McKim. 38 "TRIPLE E" "Triple-E" Qwe wish someone knew what it stands tory wth Mrs. Wilkiris as advisor was form- ed by girls who donated their time to serve the school. They ushererd at the hall game, scored papers, ran errands, and fixed bulletin boards. The officers were: President, Mary Varnumg Vice-President, Nona Mitchellg Secretary, Patsy NX!altong Head Ushers, Shirley Mclntosh and Lorena Quicksall. Wad a Z Dane .,., PEP CLUB The purpose of Pep Club was to create and main- tain school spirit and to support all school activities. These girls provided hall' time entertainment at many games. They also gave an all-sports banquet in the spring and assisted in other sports banquets. Their work with Pep assemblies was valuable toward pro- moting interest in athletic events. The officers were: Kay Short, President: Nancy Coursen, Vice-President, Roberta Eason, Secretary: Marjorie Brooks, Treasur- er: Darlene Hepburn, Drill Leaderg and Miss Shuck. Advisor. MP. Sorenson gives out letters to some of the members of Lettermen's Club. D--gg. eg, Pep Club girls Mary Dunlop, Roberta Eason, Phyllis Bailes Dailene Hepburn and Helen Haberman get ready for a pep assembly in the auditorium. LETTERMEN'S CLUB The purpose of Lettermen's Club was good pro- motion of athletics. The boys sponsored rooters' buses. programs for the games. a trophy for the best blocker in football and the Gafford Award for the best all-around athlete. The officers were George Lambson, President: Larry O'Neill, Vice-President: Lannes Purnell. Secretary: and Mr. Rowley. Advisor. 1456 ,49 Am' CAM CLUB The Ctim Club nude pictures of Athletics, Ele- mentary, hlunior. .ind Senior High students, the Sen- ior B.1ll.1nd junior Prom. Wfith the money they e.1rned they PLlI'L'll.lSCkl tpuneriis, tripods, light meters. .ind other equipment for the photo-l.1lu. as well as using .1 tidy sum for entertainment. The officers were: President. Pat XX'hitm.1ng Vice-President. Ctiroline Pe- tersong Set'ret.1ry', Cdrroll Sttlrnes. .md their advisor w.1s Mr. Kibhe. "SODALITAS LATINA" The .1nnu.1l Roman Banquet highlighted the year for the Latin Clluh Members. Mr. Gates, their advisor, was on h.1nd to make sure everyone got enough to ent. Several times during the year, Latin students put down "CQ.iesi1r"' to hold meetings, with Marla Rugh .is presi- dent tior the first semester. and Nadine Smith .is the second semester president. Wane G. A. A. The purpose ot' the Girls Athletic Association wats to give the girls Ll tlmnce to pitrtitiimte in sports nd to earn L1 letter. Tenniquoit, httdminton, httslcet- .all swimming, hiking. and horsehiick riding were ome of the many sports participaited in hy the G.A,A. girls. Their officers were: Shirleen XX'iltgen, Presi- tentg Barbara Thelen, Vice-Presidentg Dom Sperl, .et'ret41ry-Tretisurer1 and Miss Baker. Advisor. Nona Mitchell smacks a ball "way over" while Merna Wyland and Shirleen Wiltgen wait for their turn in G.A.A. practice. XX Allen Mettler goes through the "receiving line" of French Club at initiation. "LE CERCLE FRANCAIS" The two main events of French Cluh in 1952, 'ii were the initiation in the tall and the French Banquet in the spring. Their meetings, whiuh were held once Q1 month in the lfreneh classes. tonsisted ot' movies, games and songs. The first year Presidents were Qlst sem.j Butch Sterling, and find sem.j Kay Kendall. Second year Presidents were Qist semj -ludy Clark. and tlnd sem.J Kathleen Meyer. H2 Goofing off members of like they've gfcwa 7' The glamour boys who belonged to the bas ketball team of 1915 were-Standing: New man, Peiroth, Roegner. Schnebly: Sitting Carter. Fogarty, Myers, Farrel. Posing' So derberg fcaptainj. in front of the camera are the 1915 play cast. Looks had it! ' C I ' 74... 4 Wwe 745. .n.e4 Ever since lime began, leen-agers have been aclive and E.H.S. s'l'uden+s have been no exceplion. ln l9l2 Ellensburg High School had Foofball, Baskelball, Baseball, and Track leams, an orcheslra, a Girls' Glee Club, and Boys' Glee Club. The s+udenl's gave 'lwo plays, and a few parlicipafed on a debafe leam. By l955, lhe number of aclivilies had increased, and lhere was almosl' more 'lhan enough for everybody 'lo do. Bul somehow or olher, even lhe busiesl' people seemed fo have plen'ry of lime for enioy- mg lhemselvesl .. K Phil Fleming proudly presents the sportsmanship trophy which Ellensburg won for the second time r I' in 1 ow to JL Ile Schulle one of our cheerleaders Aug Aug., Se vt Sept Se t Se at Sept Sept Sept Sept Se t l 5 3 We Stczfzted Me Zena AUGUST lrrst Day ot Sehool Pud Book Deposrts Kllhram e e vnhreh re llly left us broke Rodeo Week end y 1 hoo SEPTEMBER C heerle ider Ind bOI1lL'lf.lLl!.I' 'I rxouts lil Cym We Voted tor Sonelerders Corlhe MeCruken lxry Short me md Ioln Noble and Shrrley Tyler rn 1 V y Close Rue Eleeted Cheerlelders ulxe Sehuller 'lom Perkins md lxilfllyll aoun Another Close One ASB Meetmig, Held to Nommrte Sophomore Repre sentxtnxe md Cllss Meetxnes to Nomm ate Class Ottreers Prtehers Took tor Pisses Voted for Clxss Ottreers and Sopho more Representitne Rexote Suzmne Drake Won the lob of Sophomore Representatrxe Another Rexote F1rst lootball Game wzth Mt S1 Here 66 All Class Offreers Imally Eleeted Sen rors Eleeted Gary Anderson Presrdent Naney Courson Veep TwyllaC1b See and Kathleen Meyer Treas unlors Voted for lred johnson Pres Eaton Veep PatL1r1dsey See and o Ann Worgum Treas Sophomores Cho1ee Was Brll Wales Pres Mxke Haberman Veep and Bluetta ump Sec Treas Ed Barber Verne Emerson and Hubue McMorrow a e busily recording the weekly program to be broadcast over K X L E Sept Sept Se at Sept Oet Oc Oet Oct llrst Assembly Iourth Perrod ohnson Talked on Amerrean Sky lootb 1ll Game at Toppenlsh We Won 7 Started Taklng, Pretures for Klahlam Retlke on Pretures for Plsses I F A Imtratron OCTOBER Selah at Izllensburg., We Won 7 6 No Sehool' Teachers Instrtute Preneh Club Imtxatlon Ellensburf, it Marquette They Won 19 O Mr Wmston shows Barbara Davls Nancy Bacon and Ray Rlkansrud gazes envlously as hugh salesman for the Karen Gregory what makes a car tick during drivers day Vlrglnra Mordhorst digs for her loot training 6:4 nada hm Shlrley Tyler Jane Noble Coralle McCracken Joan Noble Members of Bulldog Club Julne Schuller Saralee Murphy Kay Short represented our school well as songleaders n Duck Peterson Roy Doak Patty Lrndsey Steve Moe Joy 1954 55 Mann and Cynthsa McCament decnde a theme for a BULLDOG CLUB Bulldog Club vy is operated by the students for sehcdullng and organizing the soelal danee ealendar tt E H S Durlng the yezr they sponsored d mees 1' ter almost all the football and basketball g1mes 'I hey also lntrodueed the E H S Danee Bftnd vxhxeh played for seyerzl ot the dtnees thxs yetr lor x metyf they promoted sueeessful speelals whxeh xneluded 1 SVSCIL Shnrt Shuffle 'md 1 Vllentlne Danee The otheers ol BC vsere ulxe Sehuller Presl dent ludyf Clark Vlee Presldent Cynthm MeC,a ment 'I re lsurer md Plt Llndsey Seeretary Julie Schuller Tom Perkms Marllyn Young lead the student body In a snappy yell sprung dance CHEER LEADERS SONG LEADERS A peppy tno ot eheerleaders and a hep songlead :ng quintet kept the sehool spirit high at E H S durmg the 54 ii season uhe Sehuller Marxlyn 'loung and Tom Perkms had the job ol lexdnng, yells it Pep lssembhes 1nd glmes ind lI1fI'OklLlelI1g seyerll nevs yells during the year Wl1lel1l1'lLlUClC,Cl Blg dog little dog and Hey Cats When ulle got ll1l'xCLl up yxnth 1 toboggan md broke her leg III the list h 1lt of the bxskethtll se ison the trno beeame a duet Noble Kxy Short md Qoralle l3lLC,I'1LlxLll xx ere busy mth routnnes lor new songs md new routines tor the old ones Among the fI'll5LlllLlODS ot NOl10lClLllI'lL t1ey h 1d to eontend xuth blue hlnds ere we uwer sh 1kers t ide Boll sonf lllt eheer len ers loune thu orf llllZl tion ot pep lssemblles tttendlng out ol ton n 1 unes ind UOIIN to numerous prutlees xxnth Mmss Biker t1e1l lk ylsor yxere time LOllNLllllllll lRllNllILS Oe OL On OL Ont 7 3 Oe Mwtzxne bllL Sttrted 70 ed lor Hometomm- Ro tlty Jl le ermln 5 een P t lnesn Prlneess md Slllklfl Shm No all lru eess XY uno xt Lllenshur- Ihey XX on End of lX11g1Zll1L Stles Gtme xt Grind new s7 a 'lhey elt MLlll0fl1l Serx lee tor Morne Rismussen Assembly by the Bllnd hlusxenns I 1 Y - I 1 1 I 4 Y i ' . . . - . , ' ' on Y ' ,lj , K- , k- ' Y ' ' - , ,, , X- , , , N- , A. ' " I' ' X I" 4 E " 'I 'A , A ', 1 Ag' , , 5- ' -, , -, C , ' - , y , , 5 , 7 I . 1 K. Nl. . -1 ,y L Vi . 1. yyry V A, H N . Y I . ,, ,, . ., , , . J ,. .. . . ' , '15 ' 9 2 2 -'X " " '- Songleaders Shirley' Tyler, jane Noble, -loan 4' 2 v Y 1 E , I , - E . , A ,A A y. 1 .- Y , ' 1 ' - ' - ,. ' , I 1 ,, L g . . . 2 g en ,I , Ili , . , , 4 . , Al y my . . . . . Nj . ly ga l 'A l . 21. 1: r I . V A 1 I ,.fA1 y. K I , 1. 3. b - 4 . -- t S Q l ' ll l' .Q . I A A "S ,X gl 1 I '.k. 'I 'l. IO ag. ' ' iz A dz ' . - 1. l-4 X r- ' f ' 3 y. l.t V' kt 4 . Qu 'A 1 .1 If l. . nlr. A it L . '. .N 1 . 9'1- 'l. li Cyl A 3 ' J g. M H . 2'-'. 't. 22 1 Q71 ' ' e. . ' . E . - Jn- ' -'Bx. n ' 'l. 27 ff' ' ' I ' .. Semen! We Zewea FOOTBALL Starting with a team composed ot' too few return- ing lettermen, veteran coach Rowley molded the squad into an aggressive, hustling team. The Bulldogs started out with a tie and finished the season with a four-win, lour-loss record. The team's best game was the last of the season with an outstanding team at Cle Elum. Although E.H.S. lost this game, the boys kept Cle Elum worried even in the final minutes when the odds were against them. New assistant coach Stan Sorenson was a genuine asset in shaping the Bulldogs into a working unit. Art Bunger, our fighting center, and tackle 'Stonewall' Herb Woods were named on the northern division All Star team, The Inspirational Award went to George Lambson, Woocls captured the Blocking Award, while the Captainship went to Bunger. Those Ellensburg Bulldogs are really in there trying and are mak The Bulldogs of E H S plow through the lines of the mg the going rough for the opposing players. at a crucial point in the game -Q -aw The members of our football team were-Bottom row: Gene McElfresh, Hubie McMorrow, Gary Hanson, John Moser, Jim Gosney. Gerry Platt, Larry O'Neill, Guy Smith, La Vere Jockimsen. Second row: Barry Carlson, Gary Duffy, Marv Jenson, Lannes Purnell, Walt Webley, Bill Bratkus, Percy Martin, Clifford Griffin, Terry Evans. Third row: Coach Rowley, Harry Sims, Bill Olander, Dennis Baily, Buzzy Hjelm, Gordon Martinen, Mike Haberman, Kenneth Holmes, Dennie Floss, Bob Whitaker, Tommy Desmond, assistant coach Sorenson. Fourth row: Herb Woods, Kearby Sprague. Jim Nance, Al Smith, Jack Mackner, Bob Kem, Eldon Casper, Dean Ren- ick, Art Reitsch, Dick Davis, Roy Pinney, Fifth row: Don Pless, Larry Bailes. Art Bunger, Del Herrick, Doug McConnell, Elvin King. Dave Gibb, Jim Gratton. and Carrol Starnes. FOOTBALL VARSITY SCORES Sept. 17 Here Mount Si 6-6 Ellensburg Sept. 2-i There Toppenish 6-7 Ellenshurg Oct. l Here Selah 6-7 Ellenshurg Oct. 8 There Marquette 19-O Ellenshurg Oct. I 5 Here Wiiiwzito 27-7 Ellenshurg Oct. 22 There Grandview 57-7 Ellensburg Oct. 29 Here Highland 7-13 Ellensburg NOV. S Here Prosser 7-27 Ellensburg Nov. l l There Cle Elum 20-12 Ellenshurg The Bulldogs show that they have what it takes by stomping the visiting team. 47 I '2 'ed --ng . Egg! 'yi , . as-xx sm Q as tp? l gi Reigning over this year's homecoming activities were vivacious queen After crovvning Homecoming Queen.Pat Vickerman, A-S.B- President Pat Vickerman, and lovely princesses Pat Lindsey and Sandy Shaw. Phil Fleming seeks his reward. The jilted driver and escort are Chuck THE ROYALTY Queen Pat Vickerman, junior Princess Patty Lind- sey, and Sophomore Princess Sandy Shaw were the lovely royalty who reigned over the 195-i Ellenshurg High School homecoming. After selecting very slick outfits, their appearances at the homecoming assembly. parade, game, bonfire, and dance, kept the girls mighty busy. These three really added a sparkle to our suc- cessful homecoming. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov 50 28 29 5 11 13 17 Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally. Homecoming Game and Dance. We Beat Highland, 15-7 NOVEMBER Prosser at Ellensburg. We Won 27-7, Hurrayl The Annual Armistice Day Game at Cle Elum. They Won, Score 20-12. The Triple-E Tolo Wzis Held in the "Y" Social Rooms. "The Doctor in Spite of Himself"--The Senior Class Play. Quist and J. B. McCament, respec ively. At the homecoming game the Bulldogs made us realy proud of them by slaughtering Highland. 0am W Marilyn Young, Tom Perkins and Julie Schuller yell their lungs out with the crowd at the homecoming game. ' Q HOMECOMING HIGHLIGHTS lt was October 28, and the starters gun was a radio broadcast over KXLE signaling the beginning of the 19541 Homecoming. This was followed by a ser- pentine and bonfire that night. On liriday the 29th, a special Homecoming assembly honored all the grad- uates from 1912 to 195-i, During the assembly, a Halloween skit Qcomplete with ghost and witchl was presented, the football squad was introduced, and talks were given by the royalty and by two alumni. That night Ellensburg defeated Highland 13 to 7, and the happy students and graduates went to the 'Y' for a victory dance and reception, which concluded the activities. Nov. 20 Wfe Went to the Student Leaders' Con- ference in Yakima. Nov. 23 The National Assembly Was "Romeo and Juliet". Nov. 24 Hallelujah! Thanksgiving Vacation! Cheerleaders Julie Schuller, Tom Perkins and Marilyn Young wel- come the grads in an old fashioned way. Mary Varnurn, Pat Gotch, Eleanor Peter, Suzie Drake, Phil 1-ie. Kay Kendall, Kathleen Meyer, Pat Gehlen, Darlene Hepburn Main, Roberta Roberts, Cynthia McCament, Eldon Caspar, Mary Cam- den, Pat Vickerman, Virginia Mordhorst and Lorraine Burge yvorked hard as chairmen of their committees to make the homecoming the big success that it was. 51 Fwy Je? 5, . 'Q NYSE- Jane Noble, Caroline Pederson and Joan Noble pin curls and all dec- Herb Woods, Tommy Desmond, Chuck Quist, Julie Schuller, Gracie crate for the dance. Hayes and Larry 0'NeilI really lived it up at the Senior Ball. 'Q X-.q,,,?N Jim Gosney, Coralie McCracken, Marilyn Taylor, Kathleen Meyer, Don Watson, Darlene Hepburn, Dick'Peterson, Tom Perkins and Mary Camden are busy selling and buying pro- grams for the Senior Ball. 52 "KING CORAL" "King Coral" was the theme of the Senior Ball, held at the I..D.S, Hall, and it was aptly carried out with decorations of fish, sea shells, and sea weed. The decorating committee, headed by ,lane Noble. with Miss Dunstan as advisor. put in hours of work to achieve the desired effect. Their efforts were really appreciated by the sixty-one couples attending. Nov. 27 Basketball .Iamboree at Vlfapato. No Comment. Nov. 50 Football Banquet in the High School Cafeteria. DECEMBER Dec. 5 Our First Basketball Game at Cle Elum. fWe Lost 62-SLD Dec. ri Senior Ball Was Held at the L.D.S. Hall. The Theme Was "King Coral." Dec. 6 Senior Class Meeting. Dec. 8 A Very Excellent Band Concert. Wave z 1466 SENIOR PLAY On Nos ember 17 the student body drscoxcred that thc bcnlors were really Lapable Thur presentatxon of Mollere s three act farm, The Doetor ID Sp1te of Hlmself was a fnne example of slap stxelt comedy Sqanarelle the robust woodcutter was paused a great deal of suffermg by h1s wnfe and warlous other char actcrs, but h1s wrt, resourcefulness and mostly ure lurk kept h1m from the hangman s noose and brought about a happy cndmg Under the dlreetlon of Mr Maxwell Gates, Den me Ross Marlene MLGIUHIS, Art Rextsch Naney Courson Tom Perluns Marx enson ,Kay Short, Ed Barber Lcwls Rexd and Betty WOOdlWlSS gaxe a fme performance sf,Q I 7 AZN 'Q-lex, Tommy Perkms IS thmklng of something brilliant to say to hls one true love Nancy Courson as Ed Barber chaperones 1 Senior Play Cast: Art Reitsch, Tom Perknns, Nancy Courson Ed Barber, Dennie Ross, Marlene McGinnus, and Kay Short. '-,X , Louls Rexd, Marvm Jensen, "Hey take your hands off my wlfe,' threatens Marv Jensen to Dennie Ross, who IS making a pass at Kay Short as Art Reitsch and Nancy Cour son look on in shocked silence. If Qfeq ! getaloacl it - Q Q ' f in ES Q S-, . .v "N-fr' 7:9 .5-:U :--4x gff' :---. .fffifff-D FP . Ei Qilgf :E3Us' 33 i O no , all 5 il' L The Basketball A Squad: Mr. Sorenson, Dick Davis, Steve Moe, Don McDowell, George Lambson, Bob Kem, Pete Cunningham, Walt Webley, Jimmy Eaton, Gerry Nielson, Phil Fleming, Jerry Wippel, Jimmy Gratton, Jerry Newman and Marv Winston. af Q15 Bob Kem, Don Rhodes, Walt Webley, Dick Davis, Pete Cunningham, and Jerry Wippel yell encouragement to their team mates. BASKETBALL 195-l-ii was a unique season for the Bulldogs. It was the first time in the history of E.H.S. that the team had a spotless record -- - no wins! With little height and no returning lettermen, no one had plans for going to state. Yet we all liked the team's spunk and stick-to-it-iveness. Under the expert coaching of Stan Sorenson, they made marked improvement in every game, and they gained a treasure chest of exper- ience, confidence, and know-how. The fact that there was little tension or hard feel- ings between student body, team, and coach made it possible for E.l-l.S. to win the Y.V.I.A.A. sportsman- ship trophy for the second year. The Bullsquad "B" pups - flet's try that one againlj The "B" squad Bullpups also profited a great deal from the 195-i-55 season. They initiated the season with a loss to Cle Elum and ended it with two hard-fought victories over their toughest opponents, Wapato and Yakima. Coach Stub Rowley kept the boys hustling every minute of the way, as was indi- cated by their commendable ten-win, ten-loss record for the season. N-wi 0,4 vw Der. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jan. jan. i l jan. jan. George Lambson, closely watched by teammates Moe, Fleming and McDowell gets a shot away -lan' over the outstretched hands of a Pasco defender. vlan. Ilan. jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb 2' Q Q ' .F F :iz iiuq' Dec. I I I I BASKETBALL VARSITY SCORES Q J lO ll I7 l8 22 50 l 7 8 14 15 21 22 29 4 5 11 12 18 Non-Conference There Cle Elum 62-51 Here Xwenatcliee 59-29 There Moses Lake 62-47 Here Moses Lake 53--i9 There We1iatr'liee -19-40 Here Cle Elum 68-39 There Wuiwuto 41-28 Here Grandview 49-40 Conference Here Pasco 45-33 Here Richland 91-54 Here Kennewirk 55-26 There Wniwato 63-51 There Yakima 62-45 Here Sunnyside 62-39 There Pasco 57-53 There Richland 76-45 There Kennewiek 79-55 Here Waluato 65-35 Here Yakima 62-43 There Sunnyside 56-42 Coach Rowley, Doug McConnell, Don Rhodes, J. D. Berry, .Marv Winston, T Hjelm, Gordon Martinen, Bob Kem, Herb Woods, Dave Gibb, Vern Hagen, basketball in 1955. Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg N 4 ony Chase, Percy Martin, Allen Mettler, Bill Wales Buzzy Don Fuehr and Dennis Baily make up the B Squad for W ke cz ' ed me' Zane! 5 , n I je Inspirational award winner Don McDowell ca a field coal Ph'l Fl ' J' -as Q l emmg, im Eaton and Steve Moe take that lid off for the Bulldogs while Steve Moe and Walt Webley lend a the basket. helping hand. Dec We Played Our First Basketball Home Dec. 22 Cle Elum and Ellensburg Here. Score Game - Wenatchee Defeated Us 59-29. 68-39. They Won. Dec. The Team Traveled to Moses Lake, and DCC' 25 Schqfyl 'Out tor Clgistmus' Merry Were Again Defeated 62--17. ggjrfmah' EX erybo Yr cm A HAPPY New Dec' M0565 Lake Played Here for L1 Real Dec 50 The .Team Went to Wapato to Lose Thriller, with Moses Lake Coming Out ' ' 41-28. L on Top in the Last Few Minutes, to Win 53-49. Dec Ellensburg at Wenatchee. They Won by a Score of 49-40. jan. l Grandview at Ellensburg. They Won Dec The Busy Seniors Had Another Class 49-40. Meeting. jan. 3 School Resumed. Back to the Old Grind. D05 X 'Ta,e.L5r ,Q 51 N X gan x... me Pete Cunningham Gerry Nielsen George Lambson Jerry Wippel Don McDowell 441 ,4fze Un 7 gmac. " Gerry Nielsen displays perfect form as George Lambson Duck Davis watches Don Rhodes go up for another two Phll Flemlng and Steve Moe lend moral support points while Jerry Wlppel and Bob Kem stand by JH L R Paseo Played at Ellcnsburg, WL lxcp' HOPIHB But Pasco Won 45 '13 Rmhland Was Here Score 9 54 They eat Semester Ends' One More to Go' Ken new1cL Was Here They Won 55 26 Ellensburg, Traxeled to Wapato Wapa to Won Agaln 63 51 Lettermen s Club In1t1at1on The Sophomores Had The1r Monthly Meetmg dfl all 6 C L Ellcnsburg Went to Yaltlma But We Lost Sunnys1de Came Here and Won Thxs Game Ellensburg, Trax eled to Pasco Pasco Won D7 53 FEBRUARY The March of Dunes Assembly Was a B1g Success Ellensburs Wai at Rlchland Won bx Jlm Ea on bteve Moe Phll Flemmg Walt Webley Duck Davls ,In 7 -- fl f -f Y. 1'-. ji. 21 Y -' f, - Jan. 8 -Q It - Q Q .1 . 22 1 A -' b . - jan. 14 .f Q. . - lm- D - ' T " jan. 15 N f f - . 'I - jan. I8 ' ' . Fb. 2 . - A I, . jan. ll ' ' ' -- ' f- Pb. 4 7 1. '- . 5 Jan. 21 Juniors Had a Class Meeting. Richland, 76-45. I 1 1 KJ' fl .M p -. sag, . ' e -' in .F . . f . t ., - ' ' Wwe ' Qczmpczgae 344556.24 PINK CHAMPAGNE february I9 was the meht the L D 5 H111 the plaee Ind wnth Punk Cl'li.ITlP1f,,IlC bubbles 111 oxer the unlor Prom w ls lDClI1g held The danelne began It nme mel mt only stopped for the memorlble lntermnssxon wnth Mr Gxtes ln eweerps from Slnlee speare s A Midsummer Night s Dre lm The entxre unlor Cllsi under the leulershrp ot Ireel ohnson Presldent re1lly trleel to nuke the Prom 1 sueeess How well elxel they sueeeeelf Well yust lsle lnyone who ltteneleel they ll su tint Pxnle Ch.1mp1gne was the most' D8 Steve Moe and Eldon Caspar use their sewmg skulls whlle Judy Clark Barbara Morrison Coralle McCracken Gerry mflatmg parachutes for the Jr Prom Nlelsen Pat Snowden and Cynthla McCament enjoyed the Punk Champagne at the Jr Prom ev u7 C7 Ellensburg Wls rt Kennewnele Kenne mek Won 79 uw Pep Week hyeryone Welut All Out to Mllxt It the Best' Room Za WOI1 the Contest Inelxxxelurl Wflnners Were lxlthleen Meyer Sell Pltx Mly rngle George Limbson Basleetball Luz and Vern Hagen Pep Tall. Pep Club Gaye He Pep Eelo Lubxeh Played Hxs Gultlf md Sang lor Us Wlywlto If Ellensburg Wltlm the Seore of 65 ai wlth Wlynxto on 'lop Susie Johnson Larry Bland Bob Laurent Nadine Srmth and Art Reltsch enjoy a rude In the country n A Happy Journey A x , l X so 'L' Tl N , X , si .7 I 15 I7-l. 5 LSL ' A ' - Fel. -ll ' lv! A fl ,. ,Q II ll ' . L ks . ' V 1 H rn 1 5 'lhelr bllet 1nd Eyeryo e Cot Lots of . , -, 5 , 2 , ' p" 1 -wi ,- l'l.l1 A A p 22 f , . 1 V ll 2 Af - 1- ' 1,1 I VL- A A 1 1 ' 2.1, A L ' 14nd 1456 79 'mafia The members of the All School Play cast were front row Roy Pmney Barry Carlson Marilyn Meyer Joan Knowles Clara Seeley VICt0Fl8 Bruketta Mar lene Brandt Pat Whitman John Moser Larry Bland Marv Jenson Midsummer Nights Dream Second row Walt Webley Bob Laurent Huble McMorrow Susie John son, Linda Henry Henrletta Choulnard Phyllis Balles Nancy Courson Nadine Smrth Chrlstle Gates Thlrd row Larry O Nelll, Lannes Purnell Gerry Nlel son Don McDowell Dana Chamness, Pete Huggins Chuck Qulst Jerry New man Dennle Ross Penny Dyson Suzanne Drake Caroline Pederson Eldon Caspar and Art Reltsch Ieb 12 Yalclma at Ellensburg Yalerma 67 an Ellensburg 43 e Sophomore Class Meetmg eu Those Busy Semors Had Another Meet mg Thus One Concerning That All Important Event, Graduation The 50 phomores and unrors Had a Chance to Ilnd Out About Next Year s Classes Nancy Courson and Joan Knowles comfort Clara Seeley ln the play Riders to the Sea DRAMA IN THREE MOODS The 55 All School Play Drama III Three Moods wus three short plays Talented l:H9 students, under the dlrectlon of Mr Gates, presented two one act plays and a condensed sersxon of an old classle The lnrst, The Haply ourney, by Thorton mmrmum ot scenery and a mammum of pantomime Members ot the cast were Nadme Smlth Arthur Rertsch Larry Bland Suzle ohnson, Bob Laurmt and Llnda Henry Rrders to the Sea, an Irish play by Synge was heayy moody and traglc The members of the cast were Clara Seeley, Nancy Courson Ioan Knowles Brrry Carlson VlLtOI'l1 Brulcetta Henrletta Chouln ard, Marllyn Meyer, Phyllls Balles john Moser, Denny Ross Gerry Nlelson, Don McDowell md Lannes Purnell A Mxdsummer N1ghts Dream, wx is a ssell re ccnecl adlptatlon of the fue act comedy by Shake speare The cast consisted of erry Nevsman, MJTXIII enson Chuclc urst, Eldon Casper, Roy Pnnney Huble McMorrow Walt Webley, Chrlstxe Gates Mar lene Brandt Pat Vlfhrtman, Larry ONe1ll Carolyn Pederson Dana Chamness Suzanne Dralee Pete Hue gms, and Penny Dyson fee 1 ' Y l .1 L. is -yd H H Fab. 15 I U' . 4 5 , r- ' ' - S," 'aj " 5 '.'. i. .c. V Wilder, departed from the conventional by using a e . ' " 5 2 ' ' ' , . , , Q ' J K, , 2 , , " ' - af " 1- f v 7 7 A, 1, e lf I Y -T 1 A T , ' r sv. y f ' A--7 L-. .,' , Z ' ' y s-I - s A y Y t - 1- . y , K. , 3 1 , I V , 4 Y , , ,sf V . . ' y, 7 '9 , 1 Roy Plnney Chuck Qurst and Jerry New man emote In a scene from the play 46,21 we 'C The members of the baseball team were front row Pete Cunningham Jlm Eaton George Larnbson Davld Steele Cene Grunden Larry McElfre h Clifford Grlffln Allen Mettler Second row Coach Vancll Barry Carlson Eldon Caspar Fred Johnson Marv Jenson Bob Klem Ed Desautel Bob Laurent Duane Fuehr Third row Don Rhodes Leonard Cardwell Claude Montgomery Bob Beckner Gary Kuhns Vern Hagen and Gene McElfresh BASEBALL As the start of baseball season eame to E H S the Bulldogs awanted the usual sprlng weather snow storms hall drnmg wmd and a few ramstorms here and there In splte of the weather eoaeh Arley Van ell fxelded a fme squad eomposed ot fue seniors and srxteen underelassmen 'lroubled by hlttlng, rn the early eames the team worked hard on the art of send mg opposing, pltehers to the showers m whleh they were not too sueeessful for Bulldog, batsmen nexer qulte matehed thelr tme defensne play Aprxl Aprll Aprxl Aprll Aprll April Aprrl Aprnl Ma Ma M4 BASEBALL VARSITY SCORES L 'I here There There 'l here 'I here Here There Here There Here Here Ephrata Grands new Sunnyside Hlghl mel Wapato Wapato Yal-.Ima Naehes Toppen Selah lsh 1 185 Marquette 9 I Ellensbure Ellensburg, hllensburze lzllensburg., Ellensburg., Ellensburze Ellensburg Ellensbure Ellensburg hllensbure Ellensbure o95Z0am 4e70aZ! g. M1535 ar 'T' ' George Lambson Fred John o Clifford Graff n Jrm Eaton Gene Grunden P e Cunnlngham D vld Steele C3 C L5 C C7 Mlr L L1st Bxsleetbxll Clme ot bezson Was rt Sunnyslde 'Ihe 'leun Wrs Dtfltlltel 'Ioo Aeun But We Were All Plelsed Wlth the 'lelm s Improxement ind Good Sportsm 1l1Sl'llp 'Ihe unlor Prom W1th the Theme Pmls Chunpaene Was a Great Sueeess We All Celebmted George Washmy, ton s Blrthday by Gettmy, Out of Sehool' 'Ihose wlth Dramatxe Ambltnons Trned Out for the All Sehool Play Wlnd and Snow and Blnzzqrd VC'h1t Crazy Weather MARCH We All Enjoyed the lunxor l-heh Mit Ed Desa utel Mir Mlr Mlr Mar M lr Mar mee Goodnneht Unele George Mr C,1I'DLlly s Volee Students Gaye Ill hxeellent Reutll A C roup ot Loyely Ladles Presented the lunnor Senlor High Annual Style Show Basketball Awards Were Presented and Also the Y V I A A 5POI'fSI11lI1'sl'llP Trophy Whneh We Won for the bee ond Conseeutne Year We Were Roy llly Entertaxned by a V10 llmst and a Plano Player ln A National Assembly uo Vadls' Why to the Lltm Clubs Rom ID Bznquet of Course The Sophomores Had Another Meetmy, to Malte Pllns for Thxer Blg Dame Leonard Cardwell Jim EGYOY1 DOF' Rhodes 7041564 em mack 7 The members of the tennls squad were front row Linda Henry Marllyn Meyer Sandy Shaw Huble McMorrow Helen Hedrick Joyce Eaton Shurleen Wlltgen Second row Coach Baker Murlal Brown Jackie Dryer Bobby Evans Bev Hughes Pat Gehlen Barbara Akms Third row Tony Chase Harold Hudson Dennle Ross Gary Rue Bull Olandel Chuck Qulet and Jlm Gosney TENNIS Mlss Blltcr s ritquct squ ld turnnd out Ill tmp style thus yur Tht tc 1m had to start turnouts nn tht gs m thq warn out on thc tourts Pl'1Ll'ILll'lK,Q 111 Lxrncst to malta up tor thc. other ltmd ot weathcr Surral rooltrc sophomores wcrr. out gctttng III thc swung ot things undcr Miss Biker s Llldlllg h 1nd 'lhc team enjoyed .1 tull sthcdulc ol tan games ind gnc their 111 for E H S 4' r Ai . 4 ll . L+ 4 L' I 4 lv .lt first hut when Ll day of warm weather rolled around ' . ' A f ,' A . .1 1 1 ,J ' ' 1 as Usual lzxeellent Apnl Apr1l Apfll Aprxl Apfll Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l Apfll Ma Mar Mar Mar Mar A r1l 2 5 Apr1l 2 TENNIS VARSITY SCCRES Cle Elum Selah Here There There l'IIi,l1l11I1d 'I I1ere Y 1IxlINJ. Here Toppenlsh Here Hlehland Here Yalenma There Cle Elum Here W 1p 1to There Toppemsh Oh No' More Snow ' We Up on Sprmg Ellensburyg Ellensburg Ellensburf, Ellensburf,, Ellensburg, hllensburg, Ellensbury., Ellensburgr, Ellensbury, Ellensbury., Began to G11 e The Band Gaye .1 Coneert XX7I11eI1 Was The SCDIOIS Had a Colleee Day to lmd Out All the Faets for The1r luture Ed ueatlon Our Band and Chorus Went to Sun nyslde for the Mus1e Festn al for .1 Day I Baele wlth l Superlor Ratmigs Sueh Talent We Haye 111 Thrs Sehool APRIL F1rst Traele Meet at 'loppemsh an a Spee1alApr1l Fools Pep Assembly Was Held to Introduee the Sprmg Sports' Traele Meet at Moses Lake czgaetf .J""""f" -5...-- Mur el B o Tony Chase Joyce Eaton "4""1 M 'darn .-- I -ff- also Jlm Gosney Lmda Henry Hube MCMO POW .4355 if Marilyn Meyer Bull Olander Chuck Qulst Denny Ross Sandra Shaw Sh rleen W ltgen 63 6154 ' 0 ' - . 4 1 4,4 3 , ., , ' I - 1' 6-2 .1 y ' ' 15 I - - H 1 0-1 l p 1 Q I ' - I , '16 6-1 1 ff ' 21 H '- 4--1 f 1 ' 22 1 A '1 f 0-8 ' q 1 ?"" I I I 2 1- . . I 1 23 . . f - - 6,2 . A- , -,g.wvf, 4 1 ' 29 e - - 4-4 - .- 1 - , I 1 ' 30 ' ' L 1 l-7 ' . Y ' . y 3 2 - A S-5 1 .- 1 l I r wn ' . 22 . I '. LY' .. 23 f f -A '- . 25 l ' q 1, f' 'H' . 26 J - - "' - ' I of Music and Fun. Both Grou ws Came N ' ' I If . f : : y y y 1 E 1 ,ix fffe pl 1 y K' 4 -A d W V 4 V y , Q ,, . - W. . , U V ,., ,mf X - ., - I '.....- , 1 -., , If N " I I I I I' s ' ' - ' ' i r s K, I I 1 I . X +4 4 A ,Q , 4' v 1, 3 vw, W.. - I ,h,P,yW - - ' i 1 7 gal! Same gmupa, The memb rs of the Track squad were front row Ken Holmes John Harms Don McDowell Gary Robbins Gary Mapes Rlcky Walton Guy Smuth Bob Bartak Percy Martin Pete Hugglns Gary Hansen Second row Duck Davls Davld Gibb Phll Fleming George Robinson Walt Webley Lawrence Hjelm Ted Capps Rlchle Hoctor Ned Painter Lannes Purnell Thnrd row Jnm Van Brunt Mr Brock Jack Muller Elvy Tozer Ken Patteson Denms Bailey Kent Pratt LaVere Jochlrnson Larry Baules Doug M Connell Don Pless Harry Sums Kearby Sprague Coach Andreottl Fourth row Dana Chamness Herb Woods Tommy Desmond Davld Tozer Gordon Martin Leonard Goodwm Don Jones and Don Warren H Pet Hlgglns shows good form an the pole vaultmg event N-Q- "f! X Duck Davis stretches those legs to make good m the Broad Jump 5:1 TRACK Tht 19N 'I ruk sclson opened at Moses Lakc and gnc our promising athlctcs 1 Lhlntc to show thclr vuns thc boys kept up thc good work fllidlllg only Yxklml better th in ,1 mxtth xn oxerlll abxllty Mr Andrcottl toathtd thc. E H S tr uk squad for tht flrst uc rn Nw I: H5 vus IS proud ot lts truk tc IS rn tht mud fortuts wlth Arthlc Andrtottx 1 lmnrlvtr ot two wry suttcssful E H S tums 7. -' X 'W 5 . o -1 Q n W' Y ... t - 1 1 X. It U ,. . ,' W. . e . ' P . .' Q' ' . . ' ' . . ,' 8. X 4 .xlwility to win. After ll good start with Ll number of Y. -'7 A 'L' '4 4 -s .. I v 1 L" 1 ' a ' 1 ' I ' 1 In '. . e ' t ' tint' "'. '. 1" lam 5, . , ,, ,L,,---.... V ' K I . V I f , I f I Y f s fr ' , 9 , W, X zlennx 811 Cloxer Prrle 79V 74eq tc!! chad to 7714 hw Qampaf Aprll Aprnl Apfll Aprnl lv Aprll 22 April 50 TRACK VARSITY SCORES IJLLENSBURG-lv Grmdxlevx 42 rlOPPLI1lSl'l 55 Wllnato 50 Ylllml 68 Wexlatelmee 75 john Rogers 71 Hlgwllllllkl 70 North Central 18 hLLhNSBURC1v ELLENSBURG 69 SLll1IlySlLlL sv 'loppenxsh 30 Wxluato lw ELLENSBURG 84 Grlnelxlew 77 XV1p1to v7 I:LLI:NSBURC 67 Walwato 4716 'Ioppenlsh 26 Prosser 181 , Phll Fleming gives out wlth an extra burst of speed to wln the race whale George Robinson follows closely LENSBURC 75177 W.1ll1W.1ll.1 15 Wen 1t1hee l-ll Rnehlxnd 7 Moses I ll-1e 7 .1 Ellensburg 6a Wenatelmee ul Ephratl 16 Moses Lllee 16 Hlglllllld 8 C 1 h mere 7 Cle Hum 1 1 SUB DIST Ya mm 71 1 9 lzllens ...Q Naehes 5 l a Cle Elum V ,Nita fs--........ R A C K E T T E Gary Mapes Phul Fleming Elvy Tozer Don Pless id Bob Bartak John Harris Gary Robbins Guy Smith Larry Balles Rlchle Hoctor Ted Capps Walt Webley Lannes Purnell Ken Holmes Don McDowell Ned Painter George Robinson Pete Hlggms Ken Patteson Percy Martnn Doug McConnell Lawrence Hjelm Dave Gibb Kearby Sprague KManagerb Don McDowell puts all hurdles If 11154 ia h s ot into salllng over those J Percy Martin just makes It as he tries real hard to break a Lannes Purnell throws the javelln to the satlsfactlon of record an the hugh Jump COYTIPGUYIQ OYIIOOKSFS 65 0 0 , 0 . l ", 4 rf , A ' 2' I . , u ,, L 2 1 Q 1 , ' ' ' -' Q 1, - g X - 1 ' 3 - 1 1' ' 7 Q 1 7 1 , 1, .S , 6 R, . j-, I ' , , 1 ' '. S 4 1 2 'I' 'f , , 1 1 f... S Y , ' ' 'If f J ' Q fi .' i jf? ' 1. L , - 12, Elf ' 1 .., VH, ' 1 ' X 7, ' - 1 ' U 'fb " 1 , .1"-. A S My 6 A 5 f, 1' ' H ', '1 , , 5 1 'A , 'Y 1 , Ls - X 1 , 7 A i . ' 1 ' 2 f 1 - f . 1 Q l ' M1y l-'l -, . 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Y - x O ' 4 deco Z9 q no cmd anyway Mary Wrpple Marjorie Brooks Estelle Chrlstopherson Gar net Zlska Darlene Corbaley Jane Snowden and Barbara Hertz called themselves the Sextet lt was qulte a chore to get up for those early morning practices xx M., CHORUS Under the ChreCt1on of Mr EClvs1rCl Cum 115 the I1 H 5 Chorus ol mnety members hui 1 suCCesslul md lwusx xenon The Chorus mCluCleCl suerzl outstuulmg Cmorll vroups 'Ihe senior trio ulth 'lxxylli Cum C Oflllt MCC rulteu md Kg Short were well rCCe1xCCl It the Northwest Musk lCluC1l0rs COIHLICIILC lll Lugene md rCCe1xCCl lil A Plus flflllg lll ensemble work Another oulstmehnl ml busy plrt of the Chorus xx rs the boys quartet 1nCluChng hm Gosuey Bob Dodee Due Cxlbb md Don XX'1tson vsho rlted superlor 'Ihey often suw fue mCl slx plrt IUUSIL x hen 'led C lpps xml Doug MCC onnell wCre 1ClCleCl Co the ensemble 'lhe Chorus llso mCluCleCl lour lhle l.tt0ll'lPll'llSfS 'lhCsC h1rCl x orltmcg KLIIFIS vxCre Ele mor Peter 1ClCle H C ter K1rCn Gregory md Blrblrr l erm H1 hllehts of the xe lf MCCC the preseutltlon of the Nlesuzh m whl h the E H 5 Chorus the College Cholr N ith sexerll ChurCh vroups p1rt1C1p1teCl md the Con tem rn Sl.l!lIlySldC where the Chorus reCen eCl l.SL1PLI'l0l' r lflllg lll perform 1nCe md in exeellent lI'l s10htre.1dxr1Q C horus olf1CCrs x ere Bod Dodge Presrdent Vlfglllll Nlordhorst V1Ce Presldent M xry Whppel SLLFCCU5 u1Cl Don Wrtson IFLISLIFCI' N1 Q1 The members of Chorus were Bottom row Bonnne Rogers Henrietta Choumard Darlene Corbaley Kay Short, Lucy Cox, Pat Lmdsey Joy Mann Second row Mary Wlppel, Sandy Thomas, Audrey Anderson Deana Farrell Germ Schafer Jean Byrne Sandy Bayers Darlene Hepburn Third row Eleanor Peter, Jo Ann Whlte, Jackie Yetter Marlene McGinnis Estelle Chrlstopherson Donna Sperl Lavaughn Searcy Marne Nnelson, Fourth row Duck Powell Bev Campbell, Nancy Summa Jeanne Bruce, Donna Herrick Karen Jensen, Betty Woodlwlss Fifth row John Moser, Freddie Watterson, Garnet Zlska, Marjorle Brooks, Twylla Gibb, Barbara Hertz, Barbara Morrison, Bonnie Tyler, Cecelia Antonopoulos, Karen Gregory Slxth row Joe Thompson, Tom Perkms, Darlene Druver, Loulse Faust, Glenda Raaum, Jane Snowden, Aluce Jollo, Davnd Tozer, Ken Woody, Sylvia Henlme Seventh row Fred Kozlol, Larry McEIfresh, Ted Capps, Flay Knudson, Marv Jensen, Bob Dodge, Leonard Anthony, Vlrgmla Mordhorst, Muriel Brown Eighth row Don Watson, Del Herrick, Jerry Wlppel, Eldon Casper, Art Bunger, Bob Beckner, Don Sorenson, Duck Woody, Jlm Van Brunt, Bonnle Wilcox Nlnth row Ken Patteson, Larry Bentz, Doug McConnell, Jnm Gosney, Dave Gibb, Jack Muller, Marv Wmston, Coralle McCracken l . . .F U 'L L .L 1, . 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The members of Band were flrst row Ellen Anderson Duane Medved Maxine Emry Emllle Rutter Dean Johnson Joyce b t D rl n C rbale Barbara Hertz Vlrglnla Mordhorst Joan Eaton, Sally Stowe Sharley McMechan Charlotte Lam er a e e o y Knowles Cecelia Antonopoulos Second row June Church Phul Flemmg Susue Johnson J D Berrv Clifford Grlffun Wayne Vernon Marlene Pekarek Dana Chamness Leroy Archer Pat Snowden Duane Davis Rodney Poland Danny Sweetland Adam Antonopoulos Make Haberman Third row Pat Vnckerman Bev Hughes Marcia Rossow Albert Smith Jam Eaton Davld Gabb Don Jones Vernon Weber and Dennus Bally BAND 'lhe torty members of bmd under the d1reet1on of j uk Snodgrass, were reeognxzed as an exeellent md aetne OI'g1DlZ1llOl1 They reeenyed two buperlor r1t mgs Wl'llLl'1 made the hard work and early mornmg prletlees seem Vl'Ol'll1Vll'1llC 'I he lu md lneluded m my superlor ensembles 'Ihe flute qulrtet rneluded Vlfglllld Mordhorst Barblrl Members ot the trumpet trno vlere Adam Anton opoulos, Mlke Hlberman and Fred Steele Duane Medy ed Leroy Areher Izllen Anderson, and Phll llCl1llI1g made up the elarlnet quartet Ihe fue mem bers of the qulntet were VlfglDl1 Mordhorst Ceeellt Antonopoulos Connle Sparks Susie ohnson and Plt bnoxxelen Best known vlas the 25 plete Pep Band It helped keep up the sehool Splflf during the frosty foot b 1ll se lson and w IS on hand lt basketball glmes Nevs to E H 5 this velr 1nd yery well reeeuxed was our danee lu and Vlrgunla Mordhorst directs a llvely fight song at a pep assembly ..,......... - . : I . 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Zz 0am Representatives from Yaklma Jr College talk to Sara Mur Leonard Poland Molly 0 Neal Skippy Van Ness and Jan phy and Sally McNeil about their plans for the future on :ce Worgum Ilsten to the clnnkmg of their dimes and the College Day thuddmg of thenr dollars as they contribute to the March of Dimes Aprrl C Aprll 6 8 Aprll Aprxl Aprll April Aprrl Aprll Aprrl Aprrl Aprrl Aprrl L K Traek Meet Here fand We Won It' Sprmg Vaeatlon and Sprmg, Weather' Matmee for the All School Play Dramx ln Three Moods The Plays Were Put on tor the Publle Baseball at Highland and Traek at Wa pato This Was Also the Day We Turn ed E HS mto Dogpateh wlth .1 Real Gone Sadie Hawkms Dav' The Sophomore Polerat Polka Was Held All the Poletats fLonesome or OfhCfWlS6J Had Barrels of Fun Solo Ensemble Contest and Iestnal Band Held ID Yakrma a Number of Men from the Armed Iortes Came t Talk to the Senlor Boys About Thelr luture lreneh Banquet at the New X ork Cate Tres Bon Ou: ' The Blseball Te am Played Wapato Here Whrle the Tratk Squad Traxeled to Wapato for a Meet There We Had a Baseball Game at Yrkrma Baseball Game vuth Naehes Here Track Meet at Yakima Phe Pep Club Put on the Sports Banquet Honormg, All Sports for the Year Kay Kendall Art Reltsch Nadme Smnth and Gerry Nielson talk over what they plan to do at Bays and Glrls State A - I Y ' ' . . Y . ' 12 ' - - " f 1 ' 13 .- ' ' 15 . 'Y ' , " - . . . D 7 ' P I ' H ' 16 " ,e K. T . 4 'I , . 11 7 LW 5. , : K ', nf e.,e,NmN4 .A . I ,. lg Q i , i E E.H.S. Students Attended. A Group of ' my . , f - Q r Nw ' 21 I - , . , 7 , ,Q -J" i I , ' SY if- ' 22 . inf. ., ' 23 '. , K-,, , , Z! ,' ' K ' 21 , - f' A .- - -. r ' so A- -1 -' A ' 1 S K 2, I Y Q M ay May May May May May May May May 7a Wing. MAY 3 Baseball at Toppenish. 6 Baseball Here with Selah-f'I'rack at Wfenatchee. 15 The Chorus Gaye Another Concert. and as Always. an Excellent Program. 13 Baseball Here with Marquette. l-I District Tratk Meet. The Sophomores Gave Their Senior Reception. 15 Baccalaureate W for the Seniors. the End Is Very Near! 20 At Last the Big Dayl Commencement Exercises Were Followed by the Senior Party at the Elks. 21 District Tournament at Yakima. 27 Finally! The Last Day for the Under- classmen. fAlso the First Day of the State Track Meet at Pullmanj x i i --Q i Bob Dodge looks approvingly at Mary Camdenfs cap and gown while Larry Bentz and Betty Wooduwiss try their luck at the right size. Speakers at the graduation ceremonies were Jane Snowden, Valedictorian, and Kathleen Meyer. Salutatorian. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES May 20, 8:00 P.M. Morgan Auditorium Processional ..... .,,.,,... .,,.i,,,..,,,..,,..,.,.,,,...,,,........,.....,, A l 1 School Band Mr. Jack Snodgrass, Director Invocation ,.,..... ....,,, .... , T he Very Reverend Desmond Dillon Flute Solo "Nocturne et Allegro Scherzandon .......,.... ...., G aubert Virginia Mordhorst Accompanist, Twylla Gibb Salutatory "Quo Vadis' ,... ...,. K athleen Meyer Vocal Duet "I'l1 See You Again" ......... ..,. . .. ..,,. .,,....................,. ....... C 0 ward Marjorie Brooks, Fred Koziol Accompanist, Kay Short Commencement Address "Know Yourself" ,i,, , ,..... Professor Harold Barto Trumpet Solo "Concerto for Trumpet" .. ,,.....,,., ..,.......,,,...., . Hyden Adam Antonopoulos Accompanist, Eleanor Peter Valedictory "Stop, Look and Listen" ,.... ,....,, J ane Snowden Vocal Solo "Mountains" ,.... ,,,,, ..,..,,cc,.,,...,c,,.....,,...,,,, ,,..,.,,,. ..,., R a s b ach Twylla Gibb Accompanist, Mrs. Wayne Hertz Presentation of Awards ,.,,.....,,,,.,...,...,....,,. Principal W. M. Brown Presentation of Class ........ Superintendent Edward K. Erickson Presentation of Diplomas ,.,. Edward B. Rogel. Board Chairman Recessional .....,,,,..,....,,,......,,,. .....li,..,......c......cc.......... Al 1 School Band 60 e ciefza AbIdlIlSOll Jea11 JI 4 Adams N1a1y S1 16 Akms Barba1a Soph 30 62 All School Play 58 59 Allenbaugh Jan1es JI 4 All1ed DOIIS JI 4 A11de1 son AIld9l son Alldel so11 Au 1ey S1 16 Elle11 Soph 30 Ga1 y SI 6 Chamness L'111y JI 25 Cha1np1e J1m JI 25 64 Chandlel B111 Sl 48 Chllldlel Sammy Sopl1 30 Chase To11y JI 55 62 63 Chee1lcade1s 4 CIIOILIS 66 Cl1ou1na1d H9Il1l9ttd JI P5 .19 6 Chl1St0D1'191SOll Estelle JI 25 66 A11d1eott1 Axclne Faculty 15 64 Anthony Jenn1e Soph 30 Anthony L801l81d JI 24 64 66 Anthony Manlyn JI 24 Allf0Il0DOU10S Adam S 16 67 Antonopoulos Cecel1a Soph 30 6 AICIIGI LGIOY JI 24 67 A1g1ll Ruth Faculty 13 ChUIC1l Ju11e S1 17 67 Claxk Judy JI 25 58 CIRUSCII B1uce JI 25 40 Clausen 1101111 J1 25 Coe Sdlldy S 17 Coe Reld JI 25 Connot Judy Soph 30 Cooks 10 ASB BAIIES Ba1les Ba1ley Ba1ley Baco11 Bakex Off1ce1s 9 La11y S1 16 46 49 64 Phylhs Soph 30 39 59 Den111s Soph 30 40 46 5.1 K11st111 Soph 30 'Nlancy Soph 44 Gladys Faculty 12 62 Ballald Lally J 24 Ba11d 67 Ba1b9I Ed Sr 16 37 44 53 Balllhlu M8116 Faculty 14 Ba11ett Sherry Soph 30 Bartak Bob S1 17 64 Balzee James Jr 24 Basketball 54 57 Baseball 60 61 Baye1s Sa11dv Jr 24 66 Beck11er Bob Jr 24 60 66 Bentz La1ry Sr 17 66 69 Berg Neal Sr 17 Be11y JD Soph 30 55 67 B11lete1 Jul1e Jr 24 Blades Janet Soph 30 Bla11d Lally Soph 30 59 Bloom Jacqule Sr 17 Bodema11 Dale Soph 30 Boyyen Ted Faculty 12 Boys State 68 Brandt 'V1a1lene JI 24 59 BlOO1xS YVIZIJOTIC S1 17 66 Broun 'Vlullel Soph 30 31 62 63 Broyyn W1ll1am Faculty 7 8 9 Bruce GCHEVICYC Soph 30 Bruc Jeanne Jr 24 66 B1uketta V1cto11a Jr 24 59 B1u1111e1 Beyelly JI 24 BIUIILOII Dona JI 24 Bulldog Club 45 Bulldog Guald 38 Bllllgel Art S1 17 46 48 66 Bllllgel Warren JI 24 Bu1ge Lor1a1ne Sr 17 51 Bu1kette Judy Soph 30 Bus DIIYGIS 10 Byxne Jeall S1 17 66 Callayyay B111 Jr 24 Cam Club 40 Camden Margaret JI 25 36 Camde11 Maly Ann S1 17 36 51 52 Camealy Ed Faculty 12 Campbell Bey S1 17 66 Capps Ted Jr 25 64 66 Cardvyell Leonard S1 14 60 C'iIl1ll9 J3Ckl6 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Flfxeld Da1lene Soph 31 F1sh Llla JI 25 Fl Inlllg Ph1l S 4 9 18 43 54 55 56 57 64 65 67 Football 46 49 F1S11Ch Club 41 Don JI 25 55 Dudlle JI 25 60 Fueh1 Fueh1 F F A F H A Gates Gates Gehlen Pat Soph 31 33 51 62 Gemm1ll Jean Soph 31 G1bb Dayld Soph 31 35 46 48 55 64 66 61 G1bb GOIdOll JI 25 G1bb Tyyylla S1 16 18 66 19 GAA 41 G1rls State 68 Goad Waltel Jr 25 Goodvun Leonard Jr 25 64 Ch11st1e J1 25 59 Maxvyell Faculty 13 Goldon B111 Sopl1 31 Gosney J1m Sr 18 36 46 49 52 62 63 66 Gotch Pat JI 25 36 51 G1atto11 J1m Soph 31 46 49 54 GIQQOIY KHIGII Soph 31 44 46 Gllfflll C1lff0Id Soph 31 46 60 61 67 Gllfflll ROQCI S1 18 Gzoss Geo1ge Soph 31 G1Ul1dGl Gene Jr 25 60 61 Habe1man Helell Soph 31 39 Habexman M1l4e Soph 30 31 46 48 67 Hagen VPIII Sopl1 31 55 60 Hansen Calole JI 26 46 Hansen Ga1V JI 26 46 64 Ha11so11 Wayne Sopl1 31 H11l11 Boyce S1 18 HHIIIS JOhll S1 18 64 Haltmall Pete Soph 31 64 Havyk Ed Sl 19 Havyley RObClt S1 19 Hednck Helen Sopl1 .51 62 Helmbuch R,1C1lHI'd JI 26 HGIldGlS0ll Leyyls S1 19 Henhne Sylua Sopl1 31 66 HPIIIY L111da Jr 26 59 62 Hellly WB F1cult5 12 Hepbuxn Da1lene S1 19 39 51 Hepbu1n LOIS Soph 31 H611 Bob J1 26 64 He111ck Del S1 19 46 49 66 HEIIICK DOllIl?l Soph 31 66 HEIIZ Ba1ba1a JI 26 66 67 Hlgg11lS Pete JI 26 59 64 65 Hockex Elea11or JI 26 Hocto1 R1ch1e JI 26 64 Holloway M1chael S1 19 Holmes Holmes H01 1161 Hudson Hughes K n J 26 46 64 Ma1le11e JI 26 GOld0Il Soph 31 Ha1old Jr 26 62 Beverly JI 26 62 67 Hu11t Patr1c1a S1 19 Huss Wayne J1 26 Ja111to1s 10 Jensen Ka1e11 JI 26 66 JBHSCII Ray JI 26 JSHSGII V1olet JI 26 9118011 M311 Sl 6 4 53 60 66 JOChlf11SQIl LHVQIP S1 19 46 48 64 J 011115011 J ol111 son Johnson Johnson Johnson J ollo A1 J A1tl1u1 Faculty 14 Deon JI 26 67 F d JI 24 26 60 61 R1cha1d Soph 31 SUSIE Soph 31 40 59 67 1ce Jr 26 66 Jo11es Don Jr 26 64 Jo11es Robe1ta Soph Jo1gensen Evely11 J Jump Bluetta Soph 30 31 JI Class 24 29 JI Class OfflC6lS 24 JI Plom 58 Kay Roge1 JI 26 Kem Bob Soph 31 46 48 5 Kendall Kay JI 26 51 68 Kezele Barba1a 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