Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1956

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"wi Z? UM jj XM Jygff Magi W X 1'-1,3-, f L79 Ev- A 'Sgr' uqzjpgvlxccixxfr fyff yfw ' 3 ' SOQQQSL g M "pp my BSQN rxvksjfiwk - Q 'Qks . I Q SX , ALSSA' Q HMA?-DU 1 S0 KWDEQCLI L KLA!-HAM Mix 3 --'Cf' -W f7!1k7 1" If 1 41 4 4. GE AW 4 Fl ' Sli wg, 4, as 5.1: Yixi ,i 'lil CA? .9 260,-a V466 ov gp? , x if-' A00 959' Q W' fn. o -K5 F O R E W O R D Are we moving? This querie became progressively - W, Ni less optimistic with the arrivals of the November if Y' li snow, the December snows, the February snow and r ,f 'jx -N the March snow. Meanwhile, Ellensburg High School T, NE moved every day, as it always has. These moves were not actually changes in location. They were the 4 constant endeavors ofthe personnel, organizations, Qi ll N' activities, and sports of E.H.S. to keep our school and ' its "goings-on" moving along the road to advance- X l ment. Our aim was to present an authentic record of li f -' N Ellensburg High throughout the 1955-56 year. We hope this book will transmit to you the aura of ex- pectation surrounding the students and teachers as they waited hopefully, until-Hooray!-we made bi move to the ne hi hs ool,,qt,last, is Qiffiy 5 t7 'ii ff, g 77 WD 7-,MVWI ww-9?f,ff-- 7 T, 2 if- , 1 j. f W , 7! , f - F xy' f .. I-s 1 -lu f 'K i,?3,f,,f-,fyvff WV X- K I Q ,. Xl .XXNJ Em wi' l Ng will N ff ,f I f-7 'T ,XX X 1 dg Wi coNrAlNlNo I Q'!Q,O M PERSONNEL ......... 6 Q i Administration . 7 MM Faculty ....,............... 8 f Q Service Personnel .......... 12 Wg Seniors ....,.. .... ...... I 4 IE Juniors .,.. .. 22 homores ..... ...... 2 8 ORGANIZATIONS ...,...... .. 32 I Clubs ............... ...... 3 3 X I li Publications ..,.. ...... 3 5 ' l T I I MusicalGroups ............. . 36 ,IM A M' r I if 1, SPORTS ......... ...... 4 2 Football ............ ...... 4 3 Basketball ........ ...... 4 6 Baseball ........ ...,.. 5 I Track ...... ...... 5 2 Tennis .,.... ...... 5 3 CALENDAR ........................ 54 September to June .... 55-67 IMPORTANT PEOPLE ........ 68 Index ............,............... 69 Sponsors ...................... 78 Acknowledgments ........ 80 sf 'EEMSSGIDXK Cffxlrfgyl' f C, md! rr' Af' 3,24 . A . wx' X ' ,-, X 5 -xg! ll by -+3 wif J? Q A our ax e JM ,W if U W W ,wi is f M ,A W ,F of ,A Ai Geox, 0 ' J 2-'Sly will Z time? Qi My -,APWMS iffy? C Zjlwolc IMAJJZ mf ,sf 6 - patrol boy, who was stationed between buildings, a run between classes. l , Vxyptcyvli wlf I ' t F we ll if ll lf ,lull ll I X , A l ' ', 1 w ,, 4 , , . r 1 M-f Q, X V It ln i lf ill lf il! wi . ,tl f AVL 2 They were a perfect example of our theme . . . A it really moved! The faculty, administration, students, A 1 X and maintenance crew really moved and in such a Xt fljklyxlilyc harmonious fashion that much was accomplished it X, - during this school year. Our pace was slowed down, M but only slightly, by the exasperating iunior high np Pi Ggvlxuk A mix. D , , and who screamed futile cries at us to slow down to W , X l ' K Nl ltt N fix L fx XX l f fkey Lelaf ua moving in fbe riglzf Circ e ,N F., . . -,,' --wail. ,,, , . w 4 'I 'mA' 'f .'5.fi21G Y- V, I h .-'-.jsgig-f w M .- 'j?l.f,.jL,,. ' , .f , .gk H.-,.i -. E Jes.: f 1' 34-ir! 0- WN - I ,qw i V -,. . w- 1 4 .fi , e - '2 1 Mr. Erickson and Mr. Brown talk over ADMINISTRATION MR. ED K. ERICKSON A well Ixnovsn personality to all Fl. H. S. students was FII lfricl-gson. our superintenclent. Ile has spent much time. energy. and effort in making our new high school a reality. anrl because of his energy. we are moving. M R. WILLIAM BROWN Mr. l'lrown's work as principal includes keeping the seniors. juniors. sophomores, parents. faculty, schedules. routines ancl other animate and inani- mate things moving as a smooth unit. It is tlIe opiII- iorpxof all that he did a first rate job. r Mus. VIRGINIA ROBINSON Adfiqlx Mrs. Robinson patiently listened to our tragic l yarns of why we were tardy or absent and kept the 'l IV office moving smoothly and efficiently. 'XV fi N' ' ' A NW Ni K f Nitty .Jw X .xi kMyiLfQ5aJ g.. I I xt it plans and problems as a result of the big move. L rc Lo V Y It Cl 6 L fs 'tlze liflobwwil 1 N' I-A twill ftig tl L r vwbklslf if Q! 'fr 1,-1' Mrs. Robinson looks cheerful and adds one more announcement. .QI 7 '11 jlzey adfy Lo! f e padding laaracle fa , F CULTY Kids who thought teachers were inhuman monster ere proven wrong this year. An example ofthe goo: portsmanship and personalities found in the facultj as shown by the hilarious pep assembly skit thej produced. They proved through their teaching am counseling even though real workers and assigners o M rv work they were people. Mr. Ed Anderson Biology, Geometry, Study Hall M1 L N He is an enthusiastic supporter of sports. Mr. Archer Andreotti X G Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry 52 - viser of junior class, track coach. He goes fishing at the slightest suggestion. 1 Ruth Argall ' -- Spe ch, English ' Q sisted seniors. X -s She enjoys reading, the theater and travel. .X ' Xt We -.1 s Miss Glaydes Baker Health, P. E. Adviser to G. A. A., tennis coach. She is an avid photographer and sports fan. l ,gf-914,11 Industrial Arts Adviser to Bulldog Guard. He likes to poke around rock beds and fish. Mr. Merle Barnhill u . 1 Z'if,t.1i:.f WX. 7313414 t Qaqxef if fjmffmn 7471fLlVf73M,W,CffZ6 8 ma e :Sure if woufcl Le a ,garmin one, lla ' Z3 o-wovef' l 26. Qkffff-fr A, f fri? 1 1 1 X f ,ff 2,1 A MR. TED BOWEN fd 41 QWXLTER HENRY Chemistry, Physics, Counseling A tr "fy fi' XI' ,f , fffle th, P. E., Drivers Training Adviser to sophomore class. 'A JL l if L ser to Stage Craft Photography and shop work argtllri N' if C X 'I V L 416 Golf and fishing took up a good deal of his favorite pastimes. V! '1 it Qi' - A spare time. ,ye L4 I. .1 4 I 1 ' , l ' v I . X Q KL MR. ED CAMEALY 112 iwclbg . ,I g 'R. J. ARTHUR JOHNSON Chorus I L K ,ff - JAgriculture Ensembles lr .f ,- 'f U Adviser for F. F. A. He was active in Kiwanis and enjoyedffpl farming! Q if N Q LV Fishing and photography add to the zest of his love if XX V I. XXV to trave MISS MARIE DUNSTAN W Art, Literature Assisted in advising junior and senior social affairs. She has many diversions among them are skiing, hiking and painting. MRS. ASTRID KAARING Home Economics Adviser of F. H. A. She expressed her talents through crafts, gardening and music appreciation. , , L f , OL-V,t'1-445 X fffgfi-'I.fL4L jeg fkouglzf we maven! foo AEM! in c ad X I -an Cm zsffddda Mt K!f2M1M,..- MII. MI'iItI,IC KIIIISIC Math, Photography Adviser to Cam Club, Adviser for Yearbook A few ofthe beautiful new homes are a result of his very fine architectural work. MISS MARION KI,UIilItIIII'iII Composition, Literature. Creative Writing. Creek Classics Iler diversified interests include reading. writing. photography, golf and music appreciation. MR, CICIIAICIJ I,AIiIlIiCQllIi French. Latin. Ifnglish. Literature Adviser of I"rench Club and I.atin Club journalism and K. of lf. are the main outside activities of Mr. Lahrecque. MRS. AI.ICIf NYUAAIIIJ Library Science Adviser of tht- Junior Librarians She uses her green thumb when working with her lllillly plants. -sr ' 257.5 MII. VIIHIII, PIIIINIILI, Iliology Advised Iiulldog Guard He keeps busy with boating, fishing. photography, rocks and minerals. MRS. PAT IIICICSH Ifnglish. Literature, Composition, Crammar Heading, church youth organizations and Debbie keep her on the run. MII. LLOYD RUWLICY Typing, Football, Basketball Letterman's Club Sports and reading put that extra spark of variety into his Iilie. MISS ANNA Il. SHUCK Bookkeeping, Office Machines Advised sophomore class and Pep Club Her outside interests include travel. books. driftwood and rocks. 36 'T' gan 9,f?7f1qMfwL 511.71 Oaffwalz G2 ssss ee Qlsessse IO A I K uf foo aaf in flee lzafa MR. ROBERT SLINGLAND Radio, Radio Workshop, Literature Director of All-School Play Dramatics, journalism and all sports especially bowling and softball are what he enjoys. MR. JACK SNELL Farm Shop Advised F. F. A. He is an enthusiastic hunter and Sportsman. MR. JACK SNODCRASS Band Ensembles Travel and woodwork are his favorite diversions. QB 1-gli-Q'..r1. . Alta... QWM, KJ MR. STAN SORENSON American History, Civics, Study Hall V Letterman's Club 'A A An avid Sportsman he is particularly good at fishing and golf. 1' ij MR. EARL STENSLAND U. S. Civics, Business Law, American History, Economics World Past and Present He is in the air force reserve i MRS. LINA WILKINS Beginning Shorthand, Secretarial Science Advised Triple E An interesting combination of outside activities include Philately, coins and photography. ink :jf - f fl . 5 X f, . , fJ ,+V may IIC, ,'L!4Hff2'2HJ Il 1 1 randlaorfing, c earning an Le ing . . . OMF: Q. Vrirk V . S V v X4 2-gg-"" Sl ig . A.., .1- e 4: U w ,, l BUS DRIVERS Up hills. down hills ami arounfl had corners. through snow. slush, ami lwottomless holes. worse this year lreeause of the severe winter. our hus driv- ers under the supervision of William Oliver Ill0Yt'fl us safely haeli uml forth to school. As in past years, most of them were il. Wi. C. lf. students. g ' Q . -15,9 . .J 'X' Xe L S.-" - Don Huss and Bill Oliver kept the wheels moving. ...-1 Ax 401 v 'll Q. P7 1'1" Bill Bergsma, Larry Charlton, Tom Dell, Dick Diclcensen, Lowell Erland, Phil Fleming I Meg Aegean! ua move A CLEAN swEEP Dusting, sweeping, and washing windows were only a few of the johs of the janitors. The head maintenance man was Dan Cheska, hut George Thomas was the one who got our dirt and mud. FOOD S lltl tth'd 'cl YM- - - !Th me , la lr llerlo aroma nl m Ill e The man that moved the broom was George Thomas. cooks at lt. H. S. were husy every clay preparing the lunches and washing the dishes. Usually there were six high school students working in the serving kitchen anal on tables. Carol Phillips kept the faculty Cooks Lucy Frear and Alice Phillips are getting ready the lunch lme mflvmg- lunches we ate every day.. Bob Levens, Darwin Nelson, LeRoy Nelson, John Owen, Tom Pugh, Lee Snowberger, Dale Traylor 13 Q u 'aw 9' CC ne Aenior aaicl fo anoflzer, move THE '56 CLASS "Lo, The Mighty Seniors Reigned Ore!" Whether the say is true or not they certainly set the pace. Under capable offi- the class moved into the final lap at E. H. S. Some seniors p ticed many hours on the senior play, but as many worked plans for the senior ball. Decorations-"starry,', music atmosphere--"twilight," theme-"Purple Twilight." The seniors were active in every sport at E. H. S., brat facing their opponents. Most of the seniors will remember dragged out decisions that faced them. Should I, or should! have my picture taken with my cap on. The bareheads won c Remember when you chose your announcement cards, and gl uation date lJune 1 or 85 ? Terrific decisions weren't they! . I x .lean Abramson Dona Allenbaugh Leonard Anthony Marilyn Anthony Leroy Archer Benny Bailey ABRAMSON, JEAN Ueannej - Junior Librarian 45 Office Practice 3. ALLENBAUCH, DONA-Office Practice 4. ANTHONY, LEONARD-Chorus 3-45 Music Festi- val 3g F. F. A. 2-3-43 Judging Dairy, Beef, Live- stock 2-3-4. ANTHONY, MARILYN-F. H. A. 2-3. ARCHER, ALBERT tLeroyJ-Band 2-3-4, Ensem- ble 2-3, Music Festival 2-3. BAILEY, BENNY BANGS, ELAINE-Triple E 4, Junior Librarian 4, Transfer from Lincoln High School, Ta- coma 4. X ll' BAYERS, SANDRA fSandyj-Chorus 2-3, Music I Festival 3, Ensemble 3, Triple E 43 Latin Club L 2g Office Practice 3, Klahiam, Business 45 Homecoming Planning Committee 4g Senior Ball Committee 43 Junior Prom Committee 3. BECKNER, ROBERT QBobJ-Chorus 2-33 F. F. A. Senior class officers: Larry Chamness, Vice-Presidentq Fred 2-3-4.5 Judging, Dairy, Beef, Livestock 4g Base. Johnson, Treasurerg Judy Clark, Secretaryg and Gerry Niel- ball 2-3- sen, President, inspecting cabinets in the new school. fkaf we moue.v . . . ana! fda? J ' I 4' 1 I 3 ,N A Q Elaine Bangs Sandy Bayers Bob Beckner Julie Billeter Dick Boman Marlene Brandt 'Q N. x ' if X 1. 1:1 - B' Jeanne Bruce Victoria Bruketta Ted Capps Eldon Caspar LarrfChamness jim Chlmpie . V F , IW Q all H M, re- - - ,lo Chapman Henrietta Chouinard Estelle Christopherson ,ludy Clark Pete Cunningham Phyllis pesoto BlLLETFR. JULHC-Homecoming Planning Com- CHAMNESS. LARRY fLarl-Class Officer. Vice- mittee 4. BRANDT, RUTH fMarlenel-All School Play 33 Latin Club 23 Office Practice 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2- 3-43 Youth and Covernment 3-43 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Junior Prom Committee 33 Senior Ball Committee 4. BRUCE. JEANNE-Chorus 3g Music Festival 33 F.H.A. 2-3-43 Triple E 2-3-43 Homecoming Planning Committee 4g Transfer from Queen Anne High School, Seattle 2. BRUKFTTA. VICTORIA lVickyl - All School Play 2-33 Band 2g Music Festival 2g Magazine Sales Representative 43 Triple F 2-33 Pep Club 43 Office Practice CAPPS. TEDDY-Student Leaders' Conference 33 Chorus 2-3-43 Music Festival 2-3-43 F. F. A. 2- 3-43 Judging, Livestock, Dairy 2-3-43 Bulldog Guard 2-3-43 Radio Production 3-43 State Tournament, Track 33 Track 2-3-4. CASPAR, ELDON- All School Play 2-33 Senior Class Play 4g Stage Crew 43 Projection Crew 2g Chorus 3-43 Lettermen's Club 3-43 Football 2-3-43 Baseball 2-3-43 Homecoming Planning Committee 3. President 43 French Club 2-33 Youth and Cov- ernment 43 Junior Prom Committee 3g Senior Ball Committee 43 Homecoming Planning Committee 43 A.S. B. Advisory Board 4. CHAPMAN, JO-Chorus 2-3-43 Ensemble 3-43 Mu- sic Festival 3-43 F.H.A. 43 Point Club 2-33 Transfer from Taft High School 4. CHAMPIE. JIM - F.F.A. 2-3-43 Track 2-3-43 Homecoming Planning Committee 2. CHOUINARD, HENRIETTA fHenriel - All School Play 33 Chorus 2-33 Triple E 43 Point Club 2-33 Latin Club 2g Office Practice 43 Transfer from St. Mary's Academy, Wlinlock, Washington 2. CHRISTOPHERSON, ESTELLE fTollyl-Chorus 2-33 Ensemble 2-3-43 Music Festival 2-3. CLARK, JUDITH Uudyl-A. S. B. Officer, Sopho- more Representative 23 Class Officer, Secretary of Senior Class 43 A. S. B. Council 2-3-43 Stu- dent Leaders' Conference 2-43 Senior Class Play 43 Pep Club 3-43 French Club 2-33 Office Practice 43 Bulldog Club 2-3-43 Song Leader 43 Princess 2. I5 Lila F Ish Do jlzeg mouec! wiflz flee 4,900 vis Roy Doak Roberta Eason :sf 3. -w., 3 ,E 'V ,. Q7 .1 X 92 J ' im Eaton 3 Delores Engbrecht Bob Evans n Fuehr Duane Fuehr Gordon Gibb Leonard Goodwin Pat Gotch ' si: it 1 . . C' L' Gene Grunden Gary Hansen Lmda Henry Richard Helmbuch Bob Herr Barbara Hertz CLAUSEN, BRUCE-Projection Crew 23 Cam Club 3-4. CUNNINGHAM, PETER iPete1-A.S. B. Council 23 Latin Club 2-33 Radio Production 2-33 Bas- ketball 3-QEJ-4-QEJ3 Baseball 2-fEj-3-fEJ- 4-CED. DAVIS, DUANE-Band 2-33 Music Festival 2-33 F. F. A. 2-3-43 Transfer from Deer Park High School 3. DeSOTO, PHYLLIS QPhilJ - Chorus 23 F.H.A. 43 Office Practice 43 Yell Leader 23 Sopho- more Assembly 23 Junior Assembly 33 Trans- fer from Lebanon Union High School 3. EASON, ROBERTA-A. S. B. Council 2-43 Student Leaders' Conference 3-43 Pep Club 3-43 Office Practice 33 Homecoming Planning Committee 43 Song Leader 43 Bulldog Club 4. EATON, ,IIM - Class Officer, Vice-President 3g Band 2-3-43 Basketball 3-QED 3 Baseball 2-fEj- 3-QED-4-CED. EVANS, ROBERT fBobj -- Bulldog Guard 2-33 Klahiam, Business 43 Klahiam, Photography 33 Cam Club 3-43 Tennis 2-3-4. FISH, LILA-A.S. B. Officer, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 23 Office Practice 4g Homecoming Plan- ning Committee 4. FUEHR, DON - Bulldog Guard 2-3-43 Track 2g Team Manager of Basketball 3. FUEHR, DUANE-Team Manager of Baseball 3. GIBB, GORDON-F. F. A. 2-3-4. GOODWIN, LEONARD fLenJ - A. S. B. Council 33 Chorus 43 F. F.A. 2-33 Radio Production 3-43 Track 3. GOTCH, PATSY fPat1 -- Pep Club 2-33 French Club 23 Klahiam, Business 2-3-4-3 Editorial 2g Photography 3-43 Homecoming Planning Com- mittee 33 Sophomore Dance Committee 2g Junior Prom Committee 33 Senior Ball Com- mittee 4. GRUNDEN, GLENN fGeneJ-Senior Class Play 43 Lettermen's Club 3-43 Baseball 2-fEJ-3- QEJ -4- QEJ3 Team Manager of Basketball, Scorekeeper 2-3-4. HANSEN, GARY - Bulldog Guard 2-3-43 Latin Club 23 Track 2-3-43 Team Manager of Foot- ball 3-QEJ3 Student Leaders' Conference 4. . .X ik at GL- ,,, N 's:::',f f J I 'ip Eff' o a we -aime fmowdaf - Pete Higgins Eleanor Hocker Richie Hoctor Ken Holmes Marlene Holmes Q vw W -fin.. Bev Hughes Wayne Huss John Jacobson Karen Jensen Violet ,Jensen Deon ,Johnson Fred Johnson Alice ,lollo Don jones Evelyn ,Jorgensen Roger Kay Kay Kendall HEIMBUCH, RICHARDM-A.S. B. Council 2, Stu- dent Leaders' Conference 2-3, F. F. A. 3, Judg- ing, Livestock 3-4, Dairy 3, Potato 2, Bulldog Guard 2, French Club 2, Track 2. HENRY, LINDA-All School Play 3-4, Band 2, Music Festival 2, Latin Club 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y 2- 3-4, Youth and Government 2-3, State Officer, Tennis 2- IEJ -3- IE! -4- IEJ, Homecoming Planning Committee 4, Junior Prom Commit- tee, Senior Ball Committee 4, Editor of Soph- omore Class Handbook 2. HERTZ, BARBARA IBarbj-Senior Class Play 4, Band 2-3-4, Chorus 2-3-4, Ensemble 2-3-4, Music Festival 2-3-4, Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, All Nation Band 4. HIGGINS, PETER tPeteJ - All School Play 3, Bulldog Guard 2, French Club 2-3, Track 2- 3-QED. HOCKER, MARY tElliej-Latin Club 2, Office Practice 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4, Youth and Govern- ment 2-3, Homecoming Planning Committee 4, Sophomore Dance Committee 2, Senior Ball Committee 4. HOCTOR, RICHARD 1RichieJ-Bulldog Guard 3, Track 3-IEI-4-IEJ. HOLMES, KENNETH-Bulldog Guard 2-3-4, Let- termen's Club 3-4, Track 2-IEJ-3-IEJ. HOLMES, MARY lMarleneJ - Student Leaders' Conference 4, Chorus 2, Music Festival 2, Triple E 2-3-4, Pep Club 3-4, Junior Librarian 4, Office Practice 3, Homecoming Planning Committee 4. HUSS, WAYNE-Projection Crew 2, Track 2. JACOBSON, JOHN-Transfer from Lincoln High School 4. JENSEN, KAREN-Chorus 2-3, Music Festival 2- 3, Junior Librarian 4. JENSEN, RAYMOND tRayJ-F. F. A. 2-3-4. JOHNSON, DEON - Band 2-3-4, Music Festival 2-3-4. JOHNSON, FREDRICK lFredJ - Class Officer, President 3, Treasurer 4, A.S. B. Council 4, Senior Class Play 4, Baseball 2-3-IEJ-4-QED. JOLLO, ALICE QAllieD-Chorus 2-3-4, Music Fes- tival 3. Harold Hudson 'A -' 5 'F :J P Beth Knudsen Willis Kroetsching Bob Laurent ' Lf . MGP Y ' Pat Lindsey Mike Malinosky Nick Mandelas sw-s, Paul Manor Gordon Martin ,lon Marlin , 'L U- 1 ,35 .1 ,Q 'J r . Don McDowell Gene McElfresh Shirley Mclntosh Hubie McMorrow Marilyn Meyer Steve Moe --N P". - 12 fu V L' I ' Q f' ' -- Q l l I 3 A X i i n Pat Morrison John Moser Barb Moses 245 came fo JONES, DONALD fDonJ - A.S. B. Council 45 Band 2-3-45 Ensemble 2-3-45 Music Festival 2- 3-45 Pep Band 2-3-45 Dance Band 2-3-45 Radio Production 45 Track 3-4. JORGENSEN, EVELYN KENDALL, KATHERINE fKayl-A. S. B. Officer, Secretary 45 Class Officer, Secretary-Treasurer 25 A. S. B. Council 45 P. E. O. Award 35 Speech Contest 45 Girls' State fValedictorianl 35 Stu- dent Leaders, Conference 2-3-45 All School Play 25 Pep Club 2-3-45 French Club 3-45 Radio Production 2-3-45 Song Leader 45 Home- coming Planning Committee 2-3-4. KNUDSEN, BETH-Pep Club 2-3-45 Latin Club 25 French Club 3-45 Radio Production 2-3-45 Song Leader 45 Homecoming Planning Com- mittee 45 All School Play 4. KROETSCHING, WILLIS-Transfer from Kittitas High School 3. LAURENT, ROBERT iBobl-All School Play 2-35 Latin Club 25 Baseball 2-3. LINDSEY, PATRICIA fPatJ-Class Officer, Sec- retary 35 A. S. B. Council 3-45 Student Leaders' Conference 3-45 Chorus 2-35 Music Festival 2- 35 Pep Club 2-35 Junior Librarian 35 Office Practice 45 Bulldog Club Secretary 35 Bulldog Club Representative 2-45 Song Leader 45 Homecoming Planning Committee 2-45 Prin- cess 3. MALINOSKY, MICHAEL fMikel-Band 25 Music Festival 2. MANDELAS, NICK - Sophomore Representative 2-35 Lettermenis Club 2-35 Team Manager of Football 2-QED-3-QEJ5 Transfer from Bethel High School. MANOR, PAUL-Chorus 25 Music Festival 25 F. F. A. 2-35 Judging Animal 35 Cam Club 3-45 Team Manager of Football 2-35 Team Manager of Baseball 2. MARTIN, GORDON-Track 2-3. MEYER, MARILYN-A.S. B. Council 45 Student Leaders' Conference 45 All School Play 35 Music Festival 25 Pep Club 2-3-45 Klahiam Business, Photography 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-45 Youth and Government 3-45 Cam Club 3-45 Yell Leader 45 Tennis 3-45 Homecoming Plan- ning Committee 3-45 Sophomore Reception Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Sen- ior Ball Committee 4. McDOWELL, DON-All School Play 35 Bulldog Guard 25 State Tournament, Track 35 Basket- ball 3-IEJ-4-QEJ5 Track 2-QED-3-QED-4-IEJ5 Inspirational Award, Basketball 3. McINTOSH, SHIRLEY -- Band 45 F.H.A. 2-35 Trifile1lE 2-3-45 Junior Librarian 35 Music Fes- tiva . 'EQ ' in enc! of 450 Jaya, flee? clrihec! in a aze MCMORROW, HUBERT fl-lubiel - A. S. B. Offi- cer, Vice-President3 A. S. B. Council 2-43 Stu- dent Leaders' Conference 43 All School Play 2-33 Bulldog Guard 2-3-43 Latin Club 23 Let- termen's Club 3-43 Radio Production 3-43 Ten- nis 2- fEl-3- QED -4- KEJ 3 Homecoming Planning Committee 43 Team Manager of Football 3. MITCHELL, DAVID-Transferred second semester from Mt. Whitney High School, Visalia, Calif. MOE, ERIC fStevel-A. S. B. Council 2-33 French Club 2-33 Football 2-4-KEJ3 Basketball 2-3- QED-4-QEJ. MORRISON, PATRICIA fPatJ--A. S. B. Council 43 Band 2g Music Festival 23 Pep Club 43 Tri- Hi-Y 2. MOSER, JOHN-All School Play 3-43 Chorus 2-33 Football 4-fEJ . MOSES, BARBARA fBobbieJ - Chorus 2g Music Festival 23 F. H.A. 2-3-43 Pep Club 23 Home- coming Planning Committee 4. MUNSON, RAYMOND fRayJ-All School Play 23 Bulldog Guard 2-33 Latin Club 23 French Club 3. ,J-. Q if i I P. . A 31. . ' - v - 31373553 3 I N it 'S 3 3 i E :ga-lx Q F i 1- 'M gm, .A 5 1 -ll af ...- Sharon Mudd Ray Munson Jerry Newman ia Y -me 3 .--' 3 Vi. f -- -ra .. 3 Wi? .- 5 5 c. 3 Bill Olander Ned Painter Ken Patteson NEWMAN, GERALD Llerl-All School Play 2-33 Senior Class Play 43 Latin Club 23 Radio Pro- duction 2-33 Football 2g Team Manager of Basketball 2-3-4. NICKS, GARY NIELSEN, GERRY-Class Officer, Senior Presi- dent 43 Boys, State 3g All School Play 33 Tri- Hi-Y 2-3-43 Youth and Government 3-43 Y. V. l. A. A. Tournament 4g Basketball 2-fED-3- QED-4-KEL OLANDER, CARL fBilll-Football 4-QEJ3 Ten- nis . PAINTER, CHARLES fNedJ-A. S. B. Council 43 Projection Crew 23 Lettermen's Club 3-43 Y. V. l.A. A. Tournament 2-33 State Tournament, Track 2-33 Track 2-QED-3-QED-4-QED . PATTESON, KENNETH fPatl-Projection Crew 2-33 Chorus 2-3-43 Hi-Y 2g Track 3-QED. PETER, ELEANOR QPetel-A. S. B. Officer, Sec- retary 3g A. S. B. Council 3-43 Student Leaders' Conference 2-3-43 Chorus 2-3-43 Ensemble 2- 3-43 Music Festival 2-3-43 Pep Club 2-3-43 Latin Club 2g French Club 3-43 Song Leader 43 Homecoming Planning Committee 2-3-4. 'X'-9' Gary Nicks Gerry Nielsen Margaret Wirt N, ' 1 'is I Eleanor Peter Roy Pinney Leonard Poland .qw 0 Y . V vw -.-- . 3 L- ' U ,vw- Dianne Powell Lannes Pumell Art Reitsch Margaret Riddle Maxine Ringer George Robinson I9 eac ing fha hnidh wifi: mixe emofionzi POLAND, LEONARD-Stage Crew 2-3-43 Projec- tion Crew 23 Bulldog Guard 2. POWELL, DIANNE-Chorus 2-3-43 Ensemble 43 Music Festival 3-43 F. H. A. 2-3-4. PURNELL, LANNES - All School Play 33 Latin Club 23 Football 2-QED-3-IEJ-4-QED 3 Track 2-IFJ-3-QED-4-IE13 Inspirational Award 4. REITSCH, ARTHUR-A. S. B. Officer, President3 Boys' State 23 All School Play 2-3-43 Senior Class Play 3-43 Latin Club 23 Football 3-43 Homecoming Planning Committee 4. RIDDLE, MARGARET--F. H. A. 2. RINGER, MAXINE-A. S. B. Council 43 Pep Club 2-3-43 Latin Club 23 French Club 3g Office Practice 4g Song Leader 43 Homecoming Plan- ning Committee 4. ROBINSON, GEORGE-Bulldog Guard 2-33 Track 2-3-QED-4-QED. ROGERS, BONNY-Chorus 3-43 Music Festival 3g F. H. A. 2g Point Club 2-QED. ROGERS, GEORGIA-Student Leaders, Conference 33 Band 23 Point Club 2-3-43 Office Practice 4. 13 sd RUTLEDGE, EVELYN 1Carolel - Transfer from Yakima 4. SAVAGE, GERALDINE Ueril - Class Officer, Secretary 33 Senior Class Play 4g Drama Fes- tival 33 F. H. A. 3-43 .lunior Class Play 33 Pep Club 43 Junior Librarian 4g Transfer from Tonasket 4. SCHILLF., WILLIAM QBilll-Projection Crew 4g Chorus 43 Bulldog Guard 43 Youth and Gov- ernment 4. SCHORMANN, GARY - F. F. A. 2-3-43 Judging, Potatoes, Cattle, Apples 2-3-43 Hi-Y 33 Base- ball 2. SEELEY, CLARA -- All School Play 2-33 Senior Class Play 43 Chorus 2-43 Music Festival 23 Latin Club 23 French Club 43 .lunior Librarian 33 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Homecoming Planning Com- mittee 4. SIEWERT, PATEOffice Practice 3g Cam Club 2g Chorus 2. SIMS, HARRY-Football 3-QED-4-IEJ. SIRES, ,IOEfCam Club 3. SMITH, IDA-Band 23 Music Festival 23 F. H. A. 2g French Club 3. Bonny Rogers Georgia Rogers Carole Rutledge Jeri Savage Clara Seeley Pat Siewerf 1 3 pl' Harry Sims Joe Sires Ida Smith Nadine Smith Pal Snowden Donna Sperl ri JI'- "9 1-'I s I ,L i -i.. Nur' it Q 3 Butch Sterling Sally Stowe Barbara Thelen Kay Thomas Joe Thompson Ken Thompson ft., 6,-OL. like falae SMITH, RUTH tNadinej - P. E. O. Award 25 Girls' State 35 All School Play 2-35 Senior Class Play 45 Latin Club 2-35 Radio Produc- tion 2-3-45 Homecoming Planning Commit- tee 4. SNOWDEN, PATRICIA fPatl-Senior Class Play 45 Band 2-3-45 Ensemble 2-3-45 Music Festival 2-3-45 F. H. A. 25 Junior Librarian 4. SPERL, DONNA--Chorus 2-3-45 Music Festival 25 F. H. A. 2-3. STERLING, GAYLORD fButchJ-French Club 35 Football 2. STOWE, SALLY-Band 45 F. H. A. 2. THELEN, BARBARA tBabJ-F. H. A. 2. THOMAS, KAY-Chorus 25 F. H. A. 2-3-4. THOMPSON, KENNETH THOMPSON, NOEL fJoel - Chorus 3-45 Music Festival 35 Football 35 Track 35 Transfer from North Kitsap, Poulsbo, Washington 2. TYLER, CLIFF - F. F. A. 2-3-45 Judging, Beef, Dairy 3-4. WEBLEY, WALT-Class Officer, President 25 All School Play 35 French Club 25 Junior Librar- ian 45 Hi-Y 25 Football 2-QEJ-3-fEJ-4-QEJ5 Basketball 3-QED-4-1EJ5 Track 3-QED. WHITE, JOANNE--Chorus 2-3-45 Music Festival 2-3-45 F. H. A. 25 Triple E 4. WILSON, GRACE-F. H. A. 45 Klahiam, Photo- graphy 45 Transfer from Kittitas 3. WINSTON, MARV - Chorus 2-3-45 Ensemble 35 Music Festival 3-45 Bulldog Guard 2-3-45 Homecoming Planning Committee 45 Team Manager of Basketball 35 Basketball 4-IEJ. WIPPEL, JERRY lWhippl-Chorus 35 Music Fes- tival 35 F. F. A. 35 Basketball 2-3-45 Home- coming Planning Committee 3-4. WIPPEL, MARY-A. S. B. Council 2-35 Chorus 2- 3-45 Ensemble 2-3-45 Music Festival 2-3-45 French Club 3-45 Klahiam 2-3-4, Editor 45 Homecoming Planning Committee 45 All- America Chorus 4. WOODS, HERBERT- F. F. A. 2-3-45 Lettermen's Club 2-3-45 Football 2-QEJ-3-QEJ-4-QEJ 5 Bas- ketball 3-45 Track 35 Baseball 2-45 Blocking Award, Football 3-4. WOODY, KENNETH - Student Leaders, Confer- ence 25 F. F. A. 3-45 Judging, Livestock 2-3-45 Dairy 2-3-4-5 Potato 2-3-45 Bulldog Guard 2. WORGUM, JO ANNE Uoj-Class Officer, Treas- urer 35 Chorus 25 Music Festival 25 Pep Club 45 Office Practice 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Junior Prom Committee 3. YETTER, JACQUELINE Llackiej - All School Play 25 Chorus 2-3-45 Music Festival 2-3-45 Pep Club 3-45 Latin Club 3-4. YOUNG, MARILYN-Pep Club 35 French Club 25 Klahiam, Photography 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2-35 Youth and Government 2-35 Cam Club 2-35 Radio Production 35 Yell Leader 3. War 1 rr.: '. - M. M, , x., ' ' -4 L Y Cliff Tyler Don Warren Walt Webley fi' Q , W 5 Joanne White Grace Wilson Marv Winston Jerry Wippel Mary Wippel Ken Woody Jackie Yetter Herb Woods .z 15 ' LW 8 4 Q' ii A , JoAnn Worgum Marilyn Young 246 Cl"066Q6! tk? l'l'lal" Junior class officers: Nancy jackson, lreasurerg Ricky Walton, presi- dent: Sandy Shaw, secretaryg and Maria Hugh, vice-president, try out the drinking fountains at the new building. x xx Barb Akins gr 'J' ,.- Ellen Anderson gif o'L"' l rs . I Paul Anderson A ww. in i 'gil - - , I - he . 1 - xi J A .. v K J. D. Berry Janet Blades Larry Bland fig! . Fr' 1 5 42.-V it :x 'I ff fr, I I N Nj AA x X 4 V Barry Carlson Leland Cervine Sam Chandler 22 if-lg' -U l l , ly A 2 A -d-Q fr-' I 'uf-.," Q?-Vx .e I W A 1 B 'F w ff' Jennie Anthony Cecelia Antonopoulos Phyllis Bailes Krislin Bailey W i ' 'Y 1 h g A A A, , " f' +- I Egg., 2 W-gg kg. X I . .I N' ' K , V ik vw- Muriel Brown Genevieve Bruce Judy Burkette Jackie Carline .6 j -w. B K K , it I ' A . in - EW :fy ag. . -1 ,sl if f gn is Carry Cleveland Judy Connot Tom Curtis Barbara Davis fAe 'uniord increadecl fleeir momenfum. THE '57 CLASS The junior class was a real moving force, participating in almost everything but the senior play. They were well represented in athletic teams, clubs and all activities open to participation by the entire student body. With plenty of potential leaders and plenty of ideas they never missed the chance to make their movements known. One of their most successful events was the Junior Prom, with the theme of 'iCongo Drums." X x 'G f' X f . i Z - f" ' . l 2 V X If - f Y e M . i to Q L 'iiii I 4 if ,eny wr P 4 . , vi ' i ' I ,, ., all Dick Davis Tom Desmond Suzie Drake jackie Dreyer Darlene Driver Mary Dunlop Penny Dyson .lv .nc .-3 g 1 Sy F KQV vga has it tv a l D D 1- . ,iff C133 f ,W ' no --- -in-1. fr S 5W,w,v,.JA, A. V , Q ,4,f,mg.-1 o 'U M 'Yi 'Z 1 .1 1 5 F "5-r-it . 4 4 '- J. I A W L HL i Faye Ferguson Pat Gehlen Jean Gemmill Dave Gibb ,lim Gratton Karen Gregory George Gross ,... ' ' A A , , i M it .. i ,L,kV W Ift ., an ,L -: . ' ., fav' ,. QL x Y-Q Helen Haberman Mike Haberman Vern Hagen Pele Hartman Helen Hedrick Donna Herrick Lawrence Hjelm 23 '90, 3 '41 :JI . Y 1 l jlze juniorfi Q7 Q 5 V Sw fm I1 rr k A I i' N? an l l go-nr Nancy Jackson Roger ,lac-kson Richard johnson Le ,af imouing . . . fkey new 'i'xX 3' , -gf: do ua B Susie Johnson , 64,1 , X ,pf '59 ,Yr gs , . 'V v ,ff 4M""P' if 5. Y, Barb Kezele Ellwin King Carol Kills ,lo Klocke rrr 1 1 - ywgif,- , W 9 ' be Fw . LLL, I L X ':32.11i" , , .U A Charlotte Lambert Carol Lucas Roberta Lundstrom Pauline Lunslrum 24 U Picking members for the junior Prom committees are B. Hjelm, D. Mm-Connell, S. Drake, J. Meek, and B. Mullin. in .ov y V - 'ir fr! S BL Roberta Jones LW uf' ,loan Knowles MF in 72? 5 . K nf ,lane Ly m .-we L Bluella ,lump . 3 5 ,lu-Q x 5, Ray Knudson ,lark Mackner b . .N V , . .ii,., iii?-gf KLEIN: I A . wk Bob Kem I . f-W5 in i it Nellie Kooy wen M , . 1 J Percy Marlin f Legg! Le w eed in is W I t 21 fare: . HX ' 'E ' a Every move by the juniors was not quiet. t V K Evil . Y t 1:-W JoAnn Meek Sherrill Messinger 2 , 'FFL 269: K1'5'Q av- .A :L by 'f cf, Barbara Morrison Steve Morseth Atflfgh' ,A 'W rg ,. i -df' ' M n 'Q 'N I - , at . ' 4 Rodney Patterson Jerry Patteson J ' 1- - Gordon Martinen Virginia McClure i 'QQYffva:f'ffW 5' l . i. Doug McConnell Dennis Mccillivray M gf. k.- , to if f a t , 4 W ' ,f e r ff-' l A 'df r f' i Sharley McMechan Duane Medved . k ' . X V W i 4 1 ' , AJ 15: X -M fa-w,,r+ .n -sf r Q.. X 3 Allen Mettler James Minton Ruby Monfort Claude Montgomery Nona Morgan 21 A 1, ya, .U 'X Km , sv H JY: is i it a ll QD ' . Y . Chuck Moser Barb Mullin Marie Nielsen Larry 0'Connor Kay Orndoff ' -1 KQ xx f - kr hs- x fi it fy , "lr, Joyce Pederson Marlene Pekarek Gerry Platt Rodney Poland Ken! Pg-an 25 LUO 6!0l,Ul'l, One fo 90 . . . tk? Al'l6lf6tI"etC , 'YH rn I .lN,MM C. Webster, C. Cleveland, M. Rugll, S. Robbins, D. Medved, and R. Walton work diligently on decora- tions to make the junior Prom a sm-cess. J Q S! v v- ,, Ala, I ' .L ' "gl " Q 'tr-4 .Y f 9 J . 1. Ruth Quieksall Glenda Raaum 17 az- , J. in 1 Marcia Rossow Carry Rue 4 Q9 Q f Al Smith Charles Smith 26 Don Rhodes is n 3 A. Q y Marla Rug 57 9. 'C"' S Gene Smith ll Dzintra Rieksts H r' 7' fi g"Y" Elsie Sehoessler '63, 'J 5, hftxy 'Qu Bobby Snowden S L Vg X Ray Rikansrud 5', X Fred Svllurman if l.ouAnn Sullinger mill .57 ,.s Lx -,-- Qpfii 0,1233 V V ku., 1' 4... 9 1 Hd sf , -A", J , Q-3, ' N .J Emilie Hudson Sylvia Robbins R tr: L, x is , t-6' '1ilv3lI2lll1 Searey Sandy Shaw L A li - A X gg -", x -, H V' ' l 'I il4X3 ' , 'J' s 'ttf ,f i ..V. N 'Wa I K Naney Summa Dan Sweetland a V rm' im X ,N a r k 6 x ty WD ' . ,A A A 1 :. K fy X- L' H fi J id i t Xxx! 'KSN xx . Nw x aj, ' I If d Sf 0 Q X V Q a Y ii V f r i ,X rf it is 1 w,hen a fire truck goes to a f.r .t 1 'Q Sandy Thomas Charles Tierney Bill Tozer Dave Tozer 1 e, 1 N- , not only moves but it moves fast. To ' if L' avoid collisions it makes a noise when ' it moves. You know it is there. Faculty, .xv "X r . VV f, . - h ng sophomores, and seniors had no diffi- ivx c Ei 5 1 ? A cult in findin out that the 'uniors ' 's Xi ' fx' A V A Y S J . Q , . , mLm, . , bv . L X moved fast and avoided collisions. X X' X3 5' ' , ag. ' r Y"-7 X' c t t 2, .1 Remember how quickly some of to iw' , those junior couples could move to their fy lg A WM' iii ig A ' M r x- - . I. I I l f fr . sea S m a Remo e C ails roam rsimbalrg VN as X- Bonnie Tyler Nancy U'Ren Jim Van Brunt Wayne Vernon , X, obscure dar corner w en t e tar y e XJ I x. X started ringing and be 'in their seatse' XS lm Qi li A -' when it stopped? That is movinglq 4 fl 'V X X -ci fr ri V or B e - or A ki X J it J X. -A ' ' 1 X , 'v X, ' V X' X XJ 'V , HN' A 1 . i J as XX N K X' Y Q Q . . ' u X x X, X1 - I Y N ec .y N X' B. 1 1 , . e f +1 5 as is c X c 0 i c X N W J ' , j w . f l XJ X 'f A Harold Voris Bill Wales Ricky Walton Bill Walt A l . N NJ J XJ V ix. A X 'X M r to 4 r ,X .wx 4 K V .y V Y. fd X s ' , Y ' X' M Q, Q jx fs XX N X 6: N M N . VC' BN v ' . q f 'H ' Y A ' J tx wi N K XJ ' .. ii, - -- X it ,f . , Q an ,fe fi X XJ :J xl 'XI X-X X' B I X ry, X V X N i F 14 rr or c ,K ,XK3 A x X' -X. X X ' Q. , X . . s . . X - XV X, 5 N X xi GX ff Fred Watterson Jake Walterson Vernon Weber Clydene Webster X V B , 1 4, lv X- .XJ . X, X, ev x vc, -x xv .X Xxjfj kk K K In XA XJ . 'xl at . ' sf N N, i ,X ev N B c i B NX, nw v ' ' U -' 7, ,-'t, QQ-f X . ws N rx ah, , l r X, x V 'Xi H N r X - r H . ' ' if r 1 V . . N v , , . .Q - - Ll: r Q X 5 xx, ' ' XJ 5 K ' J F ,,I, , X' A N ,J V Q YJ 5 5 AA f is 5 .V N-f 'x "4 ' ,N " ' ' 'J - x I , rv 5 , BJ X 1 XJ X, X , F X N X 'ig' rt , My N 3 X Y ' 'Q ' . . Q . - 1 f , S, tv XA X N.: XJ - N W jack Whitehurst Bill Williams Nancy Wilson Wayne Wmegar xr ry N E rw s xr N X! :H ,X M K . X33 x B XJ iw i V V Ng, 'wi ' X' x mi 51 ,AJ -X N 'X Rx, N lk .U x XX, s - 1 NJ . rx Jw M3 , . wx -I ix . -Q' 1 x .f K V , J 'N ii' 7- -X xr 4 . N iv f .af x , , . X- , - . '- , N Q 'XJ James Winner Richard Woody Janice Worgum Darlene Younie Garnett Zisra 27 wwe youfda move ad flue? Areafded Sophomore Class offirers: Allen Faltus, President: Mike Lyons, Treasurer: Connie Henderson., Vive-Presidenlq and Carolyn Newsrliwander, Secretary. THE '58 CLASS The Sophomore Class. a ball of fire this year, did not live up to the tradition that the 'cyoungstersn should be seen and not heard. A large number of sophomore boys turned out for football, basketball, track, and baseball and had a good record. A soph- omore girl was one of the cheerleaders, and in en- semble work, band, and radio sophomores shared the limelight with the juniors and seniors. av - -E we ri B, y A 1 A L rdf I K ' W it in ,Iudy Alter Sharon Anderson Dorothy Archer Sandra Arnhold ,Ioan Baker Anona Bangs Jimmy Barnhart Ron Bartak 1 A he li L vfhf 9 ,., ' ' , J N i ' -. 2 r I Mickey Bennett Lola Binger Barbara Blattner Laura Braaten Ann Bruketta Bill Brattkus Penny Button Don Brown -Q . " ' , It s Af- w 47 1. . W Q , 5 I' K X , 4 53 J A f 0 'F it QTY B 13' 5-L 4:-i N 9 ' I Q. ' ii X , 3 Dan Brunson Larry Butler Jack Cahoon Glen Campbell Roberta Carline Barbara Carlson Marillyn Carney Ed Carroll 28 1 X. V 4 1 c0nAbunfAg4 X X is X x is xi y.. .J w N ,. ,,. ,V - 'yu xr.. -I. i ,s , 1 -Z X ms QSM .,,.,' 1' ,li1. 1 Q at va if , ,M ,,.. L, , , .G V ,- V A . if ' ,f 6 I . .,i7h:5: , ,553I,fg-lg. N fig . Q ' ' , ,qi-P' A Q2 4, W M, .F .. me 2 V af Q. K 'X L A ,av V' 1 I 2 5 fl-2 JH Q M-,L . . 2 .1 ag as , v A .5 , in 13 3 if I X 91 S SE s ,, N, ,M , il ,- I ,-., Z .. v r I ,, I 'Kd' 1, w 5 I' Bev Choyce Harvey Cleem Arnold Cleveland Cecil Conser Roger Corey 1' I f am, .aQS', -N R Camy Crane "ef5 ki Q , v 1 A as l p- 9' V H41 K 5 .X X 5 X ,B . f .vw V V ,fy ,. X XX X xx ex- G V .Y , V ,, .4 j,L ,QM ., , , XJ -T X, . in i K L , A .. wxa X ' X AX N . . A . . X X 'V X X -V Sharron Lurtlss Tom Dell Danny Derrlvk Arlene Dick Mike Dunning Dorothy Dyk ,K A , VY I-ig, W,,-b, Q51 .,,, H , nv, , Y V J a L-f ' . V ' XX X e ww- I 9 - " ' ,.,: v " ' SG 4 V i X f V S N .A V -3 a vy V i 7 ' .' ' XIV T' V X . w. XV 'XJ X xii, , ., x 1 in-MX ,V I f I AK 4 X ' N '- X XI M X Doreen Edwards Gene Emerson Thomas Engel Nana-y Eldridge Allen Faltus lloial Fields ease A ofa e i ag n l , -,- M x, 'XR . A we ali . 4 4 --X '-1 - N XV ' 4 FM 1 h , g f ai, 5 JV -I K' 'fue A x .' 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'P m W A V V 6' ,- 1 W W ff H ' i wt Connie Hendersen Harriet Henline Ann Hiner Carol Hopkins Dixie Hussey Larry Inks Charles ,leans Bob jenkins ,W,V:kl,.Ii' .,..-,.,VL If 3. i jg- . ' I' 'i . f 5.5, .K V ew, ,:?23q A A it . N yyye Wfa . f desi? neva a, we Ama? X - ' 2 L f f A . W' ' 0- f , ' iii ' wif ' f . ,iw ' f ,,,"f., 5 ,VFW e -4 ' ' "1 Nw, ,, VV V -Q I gb ' I VE, , . 1 I W VV V , V jerry ,lollo Marcellene Jones Richard Jones Gayle Kastning Joan Kihbe JoAnn Kinkeade john Killian Dennis Knutson I 29 6iMtCA y0lfl,l" l,Uag0l'l fo Cl 6t6ll"7 D 0117 lg . x 'K 'f Chflrlone Eleanor Leinbavh Mardelle Lewis Linda Lyons Mike Lyons jesse Lynch Marnlyn Lynch Bev Lane l1ClllllI.ICll K -L , I ., Vi , . r X A x ' 5 2 fn- it L. - 1 A 'l' K 1 - S e- .5 55 R. 4- ,B or K, 'Ov a .Al e- - Lee Mclilfresh Edith McKinsey Darwin Mclntosh Billie McPherson Mike Major Gary Marquissee Jeannie Marx Carol Mayberry ' f " ,, . L . Q B ' I0 L V 0' " ' 4 A, fd ' sy , if ' ' Beulah Miller Lanning Mills Stanley Mitchell Cathy Moe Molggxizery ,lack Morfield Chet Morrison Judy Moser Sophomores - Keep moving so 1 0 ' LM- X, A V A .,, iff- ,L L:-nl Y ., VL it JV, Pat Mullin Bill Mundy Barbara Neeley Ray Newell Newizfsgzder Helen Nicolaisen Don Nunley Allen Olanmler B , + r L B so - ' f - I , 1, f A .L ,,,- ' i , B f - M- - L A , - 'f'-'N . y .Q G' Q A 1 W . aayyy L ,J A 'Y y ' iii' ' B Q x Gracie Palleson ,lack Palleson 3:52222 llgzhlgigmle Mary Pedersen Kerry Petre Carol Phillips John Pinney A A B Af ayee -. A1 ' of X L A V. , A 3 5 xi, 1 5 J ' 0 - ' i"' V j GX L Liv V f , fl , X 1 , ' ' ' L, Bruce Pleake Dun Powell Dave Powell Larry Quicksall Bob Quicksall Sharon Quicksall Gene Rairdan Terry Randall 30 ge! tkefe . . . ellen if 4515 H . Q "-'A' M1 41 5 'k', .. ,fi 1 -fa' ji -r" x, Y. H If x,,L' H- ,Q Pat Rein Sharron Robbins Rodney Robbins , ' -., ' ' .14 , p 1 .- 131' 'UN I K T.: ' sa- " 4 ,- fx 52. Bev Rugh Clair Snebley , . M 'C .f ' 'B A ,E ,pi K S -, at ,A-4' s '4 I 1 Bill Seuhert aff .A 1: 5 :,::.-1. QQ pa -1 ,, ,,,, . .,,.,,v.x fkougk if may deem ar 1 'f , o o A new nni A 5' ' N ' Eugene Richards Gunnar Rieksts ,lay Roberts Paul Rogers Loretta Rova t ky? W. F 'V gm-fn A A ,- - I ' gg. ',ii Viva. ' , . 9 A bl, Charles Sisk Linda Shull Betty Simpson Jeanie Smith Arnold Snover - aaoa Zra Ia- z ,X , A , .i i KKK .. .. .rt Gym . if 1 Q ' '-,. ' . ' - - 1 - v- V B fraaaao - + if , an ' 19211 ,ref ' as w X 'K ! T' X I x Hqlllfx ai as + wh 4 ' i' E W -11-.fffuyglg ygwiitk., ABR, lf' 'axes ui 5 M, 3 Q Q ' Lynnelte Snover Leslie Sorenson Connie Sparks Gloria Specht Billie Staples Cary Starkovich Alec Stewart ,loe Stoltman f 1 1 L f A f fr KK f',faa4irtCv'fL fwwif I aff4 ,.zf1 L is .3 ,fl I 'N -' W -' - , A f ,T X VV V A A '7 Hivlfv " M . W ff 64 6 L A L' CffL'7'VL flfhllk Clk Us . 4 ' 'L . . x Y -8 f ' ' 'l Ll C ct L fu fy l K, 4 X 'lei 4' 1' L1 K C K Qi C4 ' 1 a we L 5 I I come a oo soon - , ,A , W , l , K , I , A V 1 Af ' , t 'L 17 rflulslff iii Cf6K5 if ff' L ff U '4""'1"' 7 X f K if Lf 4' U L I I L B 6 4 X Sf ' f l Q 'fl LL! A f L , " wif' ,r' KK' 5 4 ' -4' Ufti 'L VL, 6 I I A 1 4 1 K K Aff! 6 6 Q 'I X' KZ I F A L JS 4 I M!! I B' B S tiii anoa. s,.. 'iA'e ' o.:e' ff A if .e'a ' . " H B f t ' ' , ' ' N if-W 5 ' v 5 Q' " 3' ' ' Pl 'Y 'R' ' J A A is 3" e "a', ' - i it '--' A ' ' " L x N , ,.,,,L ,, J- ,S - Midge Summa Mary Swanson Laura Thelan Rosanna Tozer Agnes Trammell Doug Troxel Pandra Turley Florence Tyler iii -25' ' A lli A ,i'i ' -. u A S. S I , I - , . V I if 3, V: JE y.-r A .if T ini K i V? .V Q .. K ,fuss ,, 5 L I p X W sew - I W . 'AAP' A R 'W xv' Ronald Yoshall Beth Voris QAQ B as i - L.,i xl Cary Wetch Rosemary Wiley Lfkgf Lip' L . V, V, 1, f , ' 1 ff ma K iff ,kft if ff L' 5 4" V , , mf fit Judith Ward Phillip Warner Maxine Watson Miriam Watson John Webley Bob Wells ' L ,,,, ' " 'E' i A .Q 1 K in 11 ' ' --5 , ' , if Q m .M 1 . t 1 Ray Wilson Sheila Wilson Kenneth Wilkins Preston Williams Arlene Winegar Marilyn Winner K 1 1' c' 1,f nfs 5 if L' 1 'fi I 'I 'i ' V A ' 41,156 ,X , 1 , fl , 3 LQ, 5 , A f ' 1' f ii f 4 1' i f " 1 3 K A ' 1 1 ,f 1 A ,ifl 1 f ,, . w .' e , N , tfft ,L flcr ,K ,K,Zt., K V 1 V A, , . - ' f L M LL y L' 4 ffl fu - JA. if iff f ! D, E CDRGANIZATICDNS One of the earmarks of the school year was the wide participation in, and the success of the organ- izations of E.H.S. The activities and means of ex- pression of each group were as numerous as the groups themselves. There was an organization tailor- made for almost every interest and need, and there were as many forms of organizations as there were clubs. From the service club, complete extra-curric- ular to the music group based upon class member- ship. Whatever the purpose, the activities of our clubs were important to the forward movement of our school. Mr. Brown, Art Reitsch, president: Hubie McMorrow, vice-president: Kay Kendall, secretaryg Lila Fish, treasurerg Mike Major, sophomore representative, and Mike Haberman, junior representative, made up our A. S. B. council. sf, "5 4. . 'fs 1 if If -v .R l V Sth! Ao S0 Bo F The A.S. B. started to work early this year. Kay and Art attended the Seabeck Leadership Conference and we got off to a moving start and kept going. Considering last yearis poor athletic season. the A. S. B. pass sale was exceptionally good and the magazine sale broke the record for high sales this year. A new and successful duty was managing an advance ticket sale for the all-school play. BULLDOG GUARD gall? g00 58l"UlC2. TRIPLE E Have you ever thought about how tasteless the E.H.S. games would be without gum, candy, and apples? The Triple E girls did and they did some- thing about it. This job, headed by Elaine Bangs, was one of their largest. You didn't see anyone madly searching for a place to sit at any of our school events because the Triple E girls were there ushering under the directions of JoAnn White. These girls might have been called "Jeanie on the spot.', Mrs. Wilkins was their advisor. The officers were: Marlene Holmes, presidentg Barbara Davis, vice-presidentg -and Sandra Bayers, secretary-treas- urer. Don'tl The warning was sent, through the un- derground, to all of those who were used to getting into E. H. S. sporting events free only to make trouble. The warning was taken to heart by every villian because they knew that the place would be crawling with Bulldog guards. They didn't wear badges but you could spot them by their polite but gnu. np, SX Q5 v f O President Marlene Holmes explains the newest project to the members of Triple E. Front row: Ann Bruketta, Florence Tyler, Jeanne Bruce and Victoria Bruketta. Second row: Genevieve Bruce, Nellie Kooy, Mardelle Lewis and Jennie Anthony. Third row: Sandy Bayers and Barbara Davis. Standing: Alice jollo, Henrietta Chouinard, Jean Abramson, Elaine Bangs, Joanne White and Mrs. Wilkins. firm manner. This club, also, helped around the school by moving tables and chairs to make room for dances, etc. This energetic group of boys was advised by Mr. Purnell and Mr. Barnhill. They were led into action by their captain, Marv Winston, and the lieutenants, James Minton and Duane Fuehr. .-15:1 num:-.3 L il ff' La...-D5 ,i un President Marv Winston gaveiout assignments to Bulldog Guard members. Sitting: Bill Tozer, Cecil Conser, Lee McElfresh Larry Quicksall, Larry Butler, Dave Tozer, Gene Emerson, Lee Cervine, Don Fuehr, Fred Barnhart and jim Minton Stand ing: Gene Mclilfresh, Allen M ttler, Roger Kay, Duane F uehr, Doug Troxel, Gunars Rieksts and ,lim Van Brunt. Advisors Mr. Barnhill and Mr. Purnell lick on. N President Marilyn Meyer gives the low down on the last Cam Club project of the yeur to its members. Front row: Susie Johnson, Clydene Webster, Glenda Ruuum, Helen l-laberman. Second row: jesse Lynch, Bnrburu Morrison, Bonnie Tyler, Bluetta Jump. Top row: Paul Manor, llarbnrn Mullin, Joyce Pedersen, Bobbie Snowden, Freddie Watterson und joe Thompson. -4 lf., Members of G. A. A. listen to Miss Baker give instructions on a new game. Front row: Miss Baker, Arlene Dick, Edith McKinsey and Georgia Rogers. Second row: llorothy llyk, Laurel Thelen, Linda l,yons, Bonnie lluke und Phyllis llc-Soto. Top row: Arlene Winegar, ,lill Hawley, Dor- een Edwards, Pnndra Turley, JoAnn Kinkade, Rosanna Tozer and jackie llryer. President Barbara Moses conducts a noon meeting of F. H. A. Front row: Mrs. Kuaring, Edith Mc-Kinsey, Phyllis DeSoto, Shirley Mclntosh, lliunne Powell, ,leunne Bruce, Barbara Moses. Top row: Kay Thomas, Sundrn Thomas, Grace Wilscrn, l.aVaughn Searcy and Florence Tyler. 34 WMM cjuic ene ,aaa CAM CLUB Cam Club members wonit be visiting college dorms any more. All of the Cam Club members know the story behind this and for the rest of you, find out for yourself or don't ask. The Cam Club made individual pictures of the elementary. junior and senior high students as well as many group shots and pictures of the Senior Ball and Junior Prom. Besides the initiation and Christmas party. was the big Seattle trip for those who did the work. President of this group was Marilyn Meyerg Susie Johnson. vice-president, Bob Fvans. secretary- treasurer. G. A. A. "Hit that- basket, come on. get that ball. hey. we can't be behind. gee. Fm bushedlv These remarks were panted breathlessly on the courts of E.H.S. as the C. A. A. girls tried to sink a seemingly small object in a seemingly small basket. Under the direc- tion and advisorship of Miss Baker. C.A.A. girls participated in all sports possible. and through the point system some received a letter "F" which is issued by the A.S. B. The organization is for girls who want to participate in sports. This year the games included basketball, base- ball. tumbling. volleyball. and soccer baseball. Officers were: President. Ceorgia Rogers, vice- president. JoAnne Kinkade, secretary, Pandra Tur- leyg treasurer. Donna Sperl: sergeant-at-arms. Ros- anna Tozer. F. H. A. i'Toward new horizons." The purpose of the F. H.A. was "to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemakingf' F. H. A. is open to any girl hav- ing completed one year of work or who is currently enrolled in llomemaking. F. H. A. girls had an active year which included selling food at all football games, serving at Home- coming Heception. helping a needy family. and a tea for the teachers. and the not to be forgotten the F. F. A. - F. H. A. exchange parties. The liillensburg's chapter of F. H. A. had seven- teen members. under the supervision of: President, Barbara Mosesg vice-president, Kay Thomas, secre- tary, Jeanne Bruceg treasurer. La Vaughn Searcy, parliamentarian, Diane Powellg reporter. Flsie Schoesslerg historian, Dorothy Archer. and advisor. Mrs. Kaaring. fkeir inferefifd move . RADIO PRODUCTION "Ellensburg High on Stagen Music. Sound. Mike. Cues. Action! These words were familiar to all radio class members and fitted into the heavy work schedule that all of the class- men had. The students really put a part of themselves into the scripts that were put over the air every Thursday at 6:30 p,m. on station KXLE. Specializing in dra- matics they wrote, directed and produced the pro- grams themselves with the able assistance of Mr. Slingland. An important job of the current director was the choosing of students for the various roles. Each student had a chance at widening his versatil- ity. Many novel ideas were used as music hack- grounds which added a lot to the realism of the story. KLAHIAM The Klahiam staff may be compared to a merry- go-round. Conducting students to their various jobs on the staff were Mr. Kibbe, advisor, and Mary Wippel. editor in chief. JoAnn Meek. ad manager, and Nona Morgan, sales manager. pushed the crank to get them started selling ads and annuals. The dull job of typing writeups and captions was up to Elaine Bangs. Lar- ry Chamness did the cartoons you find scattered throughout the book. Jay Roberts used his talent on the club emblems and all of the boys pitched in on the end sheets. Under the direction of Grace Wil- son. photography editor, the photographers were forever trying to capture typical E. H. S. scenes. Included on the staff was a powerhouse of soph- omores who have several potential leaders for fu- ture yearbooks. A lot of hard work was put in by Carolyn Newschwander, Bev Choyce and Jeanie Smith on the directory-handbook. Qu...- Reading for parts are these students of radio production. Front row: Bill Wales, Nancy Jackson, Barry Carlson, Jay Roberts, Jean Smith, Nadine Smith, Joe Stoltman, Pat Geh- len, Barbara Akins, Doial Fields, Don Jones, Leonard Good- win and Beth Knudsen. Top row: Sally Farmer, Hubie McMorrow, Kay Kendall, Ted Capps and Bill Watt. 9181 f Examining a page of the yearbook are members of the Klahlam staff: Bob Evans, Larry 0'Connor, Elaine Bangs, Bruce Clausen, Nona Morgan, Jay Roberts and JoAnn Meek. ,mt .., - XE.. e Q ,q.. .' KX Y 3... S ' at -Y.. 0, ' . ax r- . X lv., TN v ' Xl , , L .. L. L - v 1- K f 4 Members of the photography staff pick out pictures for the The members of the Klahiam staff that are listening to Mary annual. They are photography editor, Grace Wilson, Bluetta Wippel are, front row: Jeanie Smith, Charlotte Hansen, Jump, Pat Gotch, Marilyn Meyer and Joyce Peterson. Gayle Kastning, Carolyn Newschwander and Katherine Ped- ersen. Top row: Karoline Pedersen, Glenda Raaum, Agnes Trammel, Laurie Goad, Bev Clloyce and Mary Pedersen. 35 jkey lafaye wlaik we worLe J... Front row: Barb Hertz, Dennis Knutson, Sharley McMechan, Charlotte Lambert, Cecelia Antonopoulos, J. D. Berry. Second row: Connie Sparks, Ellen Anderson, Preston Williaxils, Camy Crane, Judy Ward, Deon Johnson, Doreen Edwards, Sully Stowe, ,lim llurnhart, Tom tiurtiss. Top row: Carol Hopkins, Marcia Rossow, Shirley Mclntosh, Dixie Hussey, Pandra Turley, Richard Jones, Dennis Hailey, Cary Carlile and Gene Ruirden. uv rvs- 'fr Mike Haherman BAND lfvery time the hand went on a trip this year. they needed a higger hns or mavlie just a van to hring along their ever grow- ing assortment of hand instruments. lncluded were chimes. pa- rade drums. Iimpane. tuluas and many other instruments that most schools can only dream ahout. hut which the lf. H. S. hand can f-all their very ow n. All this has come ahont as a result of the lf. ll.S. hand heing named an heir of the Sam Stampfly estate. As at concert hand. three productions and one in Comhi- nation with the t1.W.ff. lf. hand were presented this year. They traveled to Sumner for an exchange concert and to Moses Lake for the eontest. l"oothall season featured the whole hand at home games. A smaller group made up the pep hand. Don Jones. as stu- dent director. lt-tt the agregation in plaid shirts at the hasliethall games and pep assemhlies. Vile won't forget their "Rock Around the lfloclmu ln addition to dance and pep hand. there were many small ensemlwles which were exceptionally good as witnessed hy the fact that all who entered the regional contest received superior ratings. Solo contestants Mike and Dennis received superior ratings also. . 4' U 'C Y -3 J. 4: my Dennis Knutson in,tAM?C!LMUW00n04ad UM? 406 hA046aJyWO0H0. yi. 1:55 ...ma-M... I -. f. - 4-W A E- M1-Q: I , nf I . Front row: Susie johnson, Bill Mundy, Marlene Pekarek, Leroy Archer, Pat Snowden. Second row- linda Lyons, ,loan Kibbe Duane Medved, Dorothy Archer, Bev Choyce, Darwin M1-lntosh, Wayne Vernon. Top row: Dan.Siveetland, Charles je Phll Fusselinan, Ron Bartak, Bob Wells, Larry Inks, Pat Rein, Mike Haberman, jim Eaton, Al Smith, Mike Lyons lllaiifb Gibb, Alec Stewart, Don jones. DANCE BAND The swing and sway ofthe Fl. H. 5. dance hand was heard at both the F. H.A. and Triple lf tolos. This fifteen-piece hand was to he he-ard any Thursday morning shortly after eight. ia-K-To ,i., SCHOOQL we ' U N- 1 4", .. - T fb 'Stl The dance band included, front row: Preston Williams, Leroy Archer, joan Kibbe, Duane Medved, Dennis Bailey. Second row: Bob Wells, Pat Rein, Mike Haberman, Dave Gibb, Don jones, Alec Stewart. Top row: Dennis Knutson, Cevelia Antonopoulos, Richard Jones and Wayne Vernon. 'NSCBU e jhey maven! fhrough flue ear, :Singing Q xx Front row: Judy Foley, Joanne W'hite, Ann Bruketta, DeAnna Farrell, Bonnie Duke, Mary Wippel, Karoline Pedersen, Katherine Pedersen and Eleanor Peter. Second row: Miriam Watson, Maxine Watson, Barbara Carlson, Mardelle Lewis, l,aVaughn Searcy, Gayle Kastning, Barbara Hertz, Marie Nielsen, Judy Aker and Jackie Yetter. Third row: Penny Dyson, Cecelia Antonopoulos, Helen Olsen, Donna Herrick, Rosanna Tozer, Karen Gregory, Kristen Bailey, Garnett Ziska, Connie Henderson, Sherrill Messinger and Jeanie Smith. Fourth row: Nancy U'Ren, Judy Moser, Sharron Curliss, Mareellene Jones, Judy Grove, Donna Sperl, Norma Gibb, Sharley Mr-Meehan, Darlene Driver, Clara Seeley, Muriel Brown and Jo Chapman. Fifth row: Fred llarnhart, Eldon Caspar, Chuck Tierney, Freddie Watlerson, Ray Knudson, Ted Capps, Jake W'atterson, lreonard Anthony, Jerry Jollo, Joe Thompson and Ken Woritly. Top row: Jack Miller, Doug Troxel, Ed Carroll, Ken Patte- son, Marv Winstmmn, Dave Gibb, Chet Morrison, Richard Woocly, Leonard Goodwin and Jim Van Brunt. CHORUS Rebuilding with surprising speed, Mr. Edward Camcaly, director. had a hettcr than average chorus. Their many activities included the contest in Moses Lake. That night everyone participated in the festi- val chorus with several hundred other students from all over Central Vlashington. The animal Christmas and spring concerts were received enthusiastically. The production of "The ll.M.S. llinaforew was a rewarding experience for all of those who partici- pated in it. Xvithin the chorus were many active ensembles which entered contests and entertained the local service clubs. Representing lfllenshurg in the all- state chorus were Muriel lirown, Mary Vlvippel and Joanne White who went to Spokane to attend it. Mary was also selected to tour with the All-America chorus this summer in lfurope. Receiving music MCMIWFS Of the f'h0l'US 'Utd the ninth grade scholarships in voice were lien llatteson and Mary choruses in H.M. S. Pmafore. Vlfippel . 38 an ciuofing KA SODALITAS LATINA Since there were no first-year members to ini- tiate, the club went all out for the annual Roman banquet. Parents and pupils relished the roast suc- kling pig and the delicious trimmings. The club decided to have an emblem and Alec Stewart constructed it. It consisted of a slender metal tube with an eagle on the top symbolizing Caesar. Another tube passes around this, symboliz- ing Caesarls tenth legion. A globe is on the tube, an imported cheese can. and also a sign with the words, "Sodalitas Latinapw-Latin Club. Officers were Mary Pedersen, president, Allen Olander, vice-president, Preston Vvilliams, secre- tary-treasurer. Members ofthe Latin Club were, front row: Carol Lucas, Gloria Specht, Agnes Trammell, Preston Williams, Allen Ol row: Mickey Bennett, Mike Lyons, ,lay Roberts, Phil Fitterer, Roger ,laik son, Sheila Wilson, Mike Major, Alec Stewart, Mr. Labrecque and Mary Pedersen. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The highlights of the French Club year were the initiation held in Morgan gym in the fall and the French banquet held on St. Valentine's day. Everyone feasted on an array of French dishes. HMardi Crasw was the theme of the fete and cos- tumes provided the body of entertainment topped by the selection of the prize-winning costume. Pat Gehlen took the honors with her coat of arms pic- turing ,loan d,Arc. The Three Musketeers, the Angelus, and Lily Pons won honorable mention. Mrs. Frank Schuller gave the address in both languages and assisted in judging. Af 1, 2 ff. ' ' Air 1 'P Lf .. J Iii! Members of the French Club and their guests were, front row: Kay Kendall, Beth Knud- son, Eleanor Peter, Mr. Labrecque, Mrs. Labrecque, Miss Dunstan, Mr. Steensland. Second row: Allen Faltus, Dennis Knutson, Gladys Cratton, jackie Dreyer, Ruby Montfort, Pat Gehlen, Muriel Brown, Dzintra Rieksts, Nancy Jackson, Barbara Mullin, Suzie Drake. Third row: Kris Bailey, Garnett Ziska, Mary Wippel, Sherrill Messinger, Clara Seeley, Pete Hartman, Allen Mettler. Fourth row: Maralyn Lynch, Helen Hedrick, Genevieve Bruce, Camy Crane, Phyllis Bailes, Penny Dyson, Judy Connot and Garry Cleveland. Bill Seubert under. Second I V, " , .NC ' ' . I h , ..'., 4 . .- -., l i .4 , Pep Club formation faves front. Front row: jo.-Knn Yvorgum, Vic-toria Bruketta.. Charlotte Hanson, llluetta jump, Sandy Shaw, Marla Hugh, Carolyn Newsehwanrler. S1-rmul nur: Sylvia Robbins, Phyllis llailes, ,Ioan linker. Roberta Lundslrom, Marria Rossow. jackie Yi-tter, Pat Gehh-n. Third rnlr: Clydene Webster, Barbara Nec-ley, Glenda Raaum, Judy lionnot, Betty Simpson, Connie Henderson, Marlene Holmes. Jeanie Smith. Fourth row: Barbara .-Kkins. JoAnn Meek, Sandra Arnhold, Mary Dun- lop, ,lill Hawley. Top rnu-: Laurie Goad, lileanor l,f-inbarh, Muriel Brown, Helen llnln-rmun, Mary P1-di-rsen. PEP CLUB "llomt-voming luuttonsfi "halted food sale-sf' and "var washi' were familiar phrases to all mem- lw-rs ol' tht- lf. ll.S. l't-p lilnlv. The llc-p lllnlu spon- sored tht- sporlsman hanqnet with the profits gained from tht- proje-1-ts. 'llhey sponsored l't-p View-k and madc- tht- C'i.llf'llf' signs that were ss-en at games and in onr halls during tht- year. The-y Climhed wearily ont ol' lwd early t-at-h 'l'hnrsduy morning and at l-3:00 started a hrisk marc-h around the gym to per- ft-rt tht- drills press-nts-d at the hall' times. Pep lllnh was It-d by llolwrta lfason. president: Marla llngh. tim--prt-sidt-nt: lo Ann Mc-els. sf-c'rc-taryg Marcia llossow. trt-ar-nrt-r: and JoAnn Wvorgnm. drill mas- tvr. 'l'h4- girls' advisor was Miss Slinrli. ouemenf varied N30 t WWE I'-96 LETTERMEN'S CLUB Wie had a hall! That's what everyone was sing- ing alter the 1,1-ttc-rmen's lflnh dint-0 which followed N 4 the spring sports hanrplt-t. This was tht- first time tha- 1-luh had sponsored a tht- lit-tt:-rtnt-nis lflulm this dance. The avtivities ol' past year wt-re to luring inscriptions on all our svhoolis trophies and placqnes up to date. and to st-ll programs at gamt-s. A very enjoyable hoat trip 1-onelnded tht- yeaifs activities. The ollit-t-rs were Walt Wt-hley. presi- dentg ,lim lfaton. vit-1--president: Cordon Martini-n. sc-1-re-tary-trt-asnrer: and Lannt-s l,lll'ttPll. sergeant- at-arms. The- advisors were Mr. llowlt-y and Mr. Sorenson. CHECKS BFILHNCES 5 c V -Q The members of Lette-rmen's Club were. front row: Yvalt W1-bley. Mike Haber . man, Jack Wlnitelilxrst, Eldon Caspar, Gene Crundon. Hubie M1-Morrow. Ser-one row: Richie Hoetor, Dennis Bailey., ,lim lialon, Gordy Martinen. Third ron' - George Robinson, Al Smith, Ken Holmes, Harry Sims, Herb Woods. Fourth row ' Mike Major, Dick Davis, Fred Johnson, Doug ML-Connell. Gary Hansen, Daw Y NF Jxrfq t , .rr SX J N 'KJ f . ' P 'j 5' . 15" PJ' .5 A -I 7 fx Ng- X f or sf 5- n s, , x - - . X Q "- J A X , 1 . , 1 'V v.' f- X A f N ' , fy ' , f N X - .. s.- 40 ' " 1 Gibb, Lannes Purnell, Gary Marquissee and Bill Olander. marc ing, Lffering, I9 owing, la canning. JUUUIRU Till! NIH 1353 F ILlIl9EUPli 1 9 5 1 s L 'QV - 75 1-.f-fr X The members of F. F. A. were, front row: Mr. Johnson, Rodney Patterson, Ray Jenson, Richie Hoctor, Duane Davis, Cliff Tyler, ,lim Champie, Richard Heimbuch, Herb Woods, Mr. Snell, Bob Beckner. Second row: Chet Morrison, ,lack Whitehurst, Joe Stoltman, Duane Huppert, Jerry Jollo, Bill Tozer, Leonard Anthony, Ted Capps, Larry Bland, Roger Jackson, Kent Pratt, Lee Cervine, Vern Weber, Bob Jenkins, David Tozer, Richard Johnson, Cary Slarkovitch, Leslie Sorenson, Glen Campbell and Dan Brunson. F. F. A. Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve is their motto. The purpose of F. F.A. is to develop competent, aggressive, rural and agricultural leadership. Dan Brunson lived up to the F. F.A. motto and purpose when -he became champion showman of hogs in the Yakima Valley, and our teams did very well, too. Livestock judging included a second place at Yakima Valley .lunior Show, fourth at Central Washington Fair, third at Carnation, and ninth at Portland. ln potato grading our boys placed first at Prosser and Ellensburg, and second at Moses Lake. At the Fat Stock Shows, they received second places at Auburn and Toppen- ish. ln 1955-56 F. F.A, had a total of seventy-one members including ninth grade members. The offi- cers were: President, Bob Becknerg vice-president, Ken Woody, secretary, Larry Bland, treasurer, Lee Cervineg reporter, Richie Hoctorg sentinel, Herb Woods. X? Q., A N940 FY QW, gl, ,ii m ff: r "Mari" BULLDOG CLUB "The person with the lucky '43' wins five dol- lars!" This was a feature of Bulldog Club dances this year at the Y. M. C. A. Bulldog Club did good planning on their regular dances with the jukebox. Special dances which included Homecoming and New Year, had decorations and band. : A typical Bulldog Club meeting: two members--Jerry Wippel, Steve Moe, and officers-secretary, Suzanne Drake: treasurer, Bonnie Tylerg advisor, Mr. Alvin Patterson, and president Gerry Nielson. 41 SP umlaing, JA ing, runnin Sports were a moving part of the program in Ellensburg this year. Before the first football game was over, we knew we had a good season ahead. Before the early snow put a crimp in our plans to move into the new gym at midyear, we knew we had a hustling basketball team. Spring winds blew in with a home track meet that was a ball, and a ball game that was a track meet lWapato 1 and Ellensburg 231. With an inexperienced tennis team not expected to win, their showing was more than heartening. Sports really moved. l q viitc fl A f' 4 ' F ' + fgwvb l ff Mftl F.. f-,Um C A7 5' 'l , ,LLdJl,lf7 ,gf-ZLA 'fed J I ' X il J A S s e Ma lyn and Cathy lead us in a peppy cheer. 1, nd, JT-rd ft 7 f' v c cf! I Uicvft f' A! C, 'JAX' f , - Lind 010'-Q , g... be fkeir moving ,ner ormanced were infiloiring. I A C U U5 0 fw-1 Q9 1 X5 0 Q W QQQ7 QQ Ep Walt Webley finds opposition from the visiting team. K.- Wan! in w. A WS' c..." vis. l I I i Dennis Bailey Barry Carlson Eldon Caspar Sam Chandler Dick Davis ,..-.1 6- ifa , . I f-asf Tom Desmond Dave Gibb Jim Cratton Mike Haberman Ken Holmes u N ,mm 1619? ,Q Bob Kem ,lack Mackner Mike Major Gary Marquissee Cordon Martinen 43 L feaming tAI"0lflgA fAe Jeadon, ITLOUQ First row: Steve Moe, Herb Woods, Roy Pinney, ,lohn Moser, Bill Olander, Walt Webley, Harry Sims, Lannes Purnell und Coach Rowley. Second row: Ken Holmes, Art Reitsch, Sam Chandler, Percy Martin, Cordy Martinen, Tom Desmond, Jack Mackner, Doug McConnell, Eldon Caspar, Allen Olander, John Wehley, Phil Fitterer, Mike Major, Cary Marquissee, Chuck Moser, Kerry Petre, Phil Fusselmun, Dale Grant, Assistant Couch Sorenson. Fourth row: Bill Seubert, Bob Kem, Mike Huber- mun, Roger Corey, Dave Cihh, Dick Davis, Lanny Mills, Claude Montgomery, Rodney Robbins and Assistant Coach Andreotti. Fifth row: Al Smith, Barry Carlson, Gene Smith, John Pinney, Dennis Bailey, Steve Morseth, Bob Jenkins, Arnold Cleveland, and l.urry Butler. FOOTBALL The Bulldogs had a highly successful season. finishing as co-champions of the northern division with Marquette and Highland. Our record of seven wins. one tie and one loss. plus the lucky toss gave us a chance to play Kennewick, the southern divi- sion winner for the valley championship. A previ- ously planned hand concert and sub-zero weather made us decline a playoff. The Bulldogs played good football in every game. and had their best night against Highland. With a fine record and no serious injuries. lots of enthusiasm which carried over to the student hody. Coach Rowley said the 1955 team was the lrest halanced he had ever worked with. Herb Woods was named the tackle of the first team of the Northern Division All Stars, and Walt Webley was hack on the second team. Receiving honorahle mention were l.annes Purnell, ,lim Crat- ton, Steve Moe. Holm Kem. Al Smith and Roy Finney. . infoa fie or irfif. '55 GRIDIRON BULLDOG FOOTBALL-1955 Sept Sept. Sept Oct Oct. Oct Oct Nov. Nov '7,. O.. 16-There ..., Mt, Si ..,......... 23- Here .... Toppenish 30-There .... Selah ,.,.,,. 7- Here .,., lVlarquette 14-There .... Wapato 21- Here ,r.. Grandview 28-There .... Highland -1-There... ll- Here .Prosser ....Cle Elum 'Ii 20 Ellensburg 14 Ellensburg 12 Ellensburg 21-19 Ellenshurg 20 Ellensburg 6-13 Ellensburg 20- .......l4-14 Ellensburg 33 Ellensburg 7-33 Ellensburg BULLPUP FOOTBALL - 1955 Oct. 3- Here ..,, Oct. 10-There ,... Marquette Yakima ......,... Cle Elum Oct. 17-There ..,, Cle Elum Oct. 24- Here .... Oct. 31-There .... Highland 6-33 Ellensburg 6- 0 Ellensburg 0-12 Ellensburg 6-24 Ellensburg ......l2-18 Ellensburg PCFCY Marlin Doug McConnell Steve Moe .lohn Moser 1' Lannegs Purnell Roy Pinney S 7 Qs .' Bill Olander Art Reilgch A Harry Sims Al Smith Joe Thompson Herb Woods 0 -'el' They can't stop those mighty Bulldogs! john Webley Wah Webley jk? feam lfl'l0U26!!0L5tQl", ye 5 gfew AUCJQI' Front row: Don McDowell, Steve Moe, Gerry Nielsen, jim Eaton, Walt Webley, Pete Cunningham, Marvin Winston jerry Wlppel. Standing: Stan Sorenson. Second row: Jerry Newman, Albert Smith, Dick Davis, Don Rhodes, Cordon Maitinen, ,lim Gratton, Ricky Walton. BULLDOG HOOPSTERS The E.H.S. Bulldogs did not go to the state tournament this year. ln fact, they didn't go to the valley tournament either. Off to a good start in the jamboree and the early pre-season games luck and weight were factors in some heartbreaking close losses throughout the season. Our varsity was a team that did not let down when they were behind. Few of their games were decided before the final gun and gun it was, for the high spirited crowds that backed Stan Sorenson's Bulldogs made a horn inadequate. Win or lose, the fans went out of the Morgan gym feeling that the boys had given their best. We had no stars but we had a hussling hard working team, a team that enjoyed the game, a team with good sportsmanship that was genuine, not forced. Let's not forget the seven o'clock boys, the Bull- pups with a very good season. With one or two ex- ceptions, Stub Rowley's Bullpups were on top when they left the floor for the varsity contests. Pete Cunningham Dick Dgvig e dcore cgmgecl lziglaer. BULLDOGS '55-'56 Jamboree A B A B Wapato .......... 3 2 9 4 ...... Toppenish ...... 13 4 4 5 ...... Yakima .......... 14 4 6 9 .,.... Non-Conference: Dec 2- Here Cle Elum ...... 36-46 Dec. 9-There .... Wenatchee 5.49-53 Dec 10- Here .,.. Moses Lake...75-73 Dec. 16- Here .,.. Cashmere .... 48-66 Dec 17-There Moses Lake 66-45 Dec. 22-There Cle Flum ,..,.. 61-59 Dec 30-There Cashmere ...... 51-58 Conference: Jan. 7- Here Vvenatchee . ..57-43 Jan. 13-There .... Pasco ...,....,. 54-38 Jan 14--There .,.. Richland ...... 76-48 Jan 20-Three Kennewick .... 64-77 Jan. 21- Here Wapato ....1,,. 73-49 Jan. 27- Here .,.. Yakima .,...,,. 35-57 Jan. 28--There .... Sunnyside ..,., 42--49 Feb 4- Here Pasco ,,1....,.. 53-44 Feb 10- Here Richland ,...., 63-58 Feb 11- Here Kennewick ..... 65-61 Feb 17-There Wapato ....r,.. 54-36 Feb 18-There Yakima ..,,ri.. 63- 50 Feb 211- Here Sunnyside r..., 58-67 Ellensburg ...qhlllensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Fllensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Fllensburg Ellensburg Ifllenshurg Ellenshurg Jim Eaton ,lim Grallon Gordon Marlinen Don McDowell Steve Moe Gerry Nielsen Don Rhodes, Albert Smiih, Wall Webley, Marv Winston, Jerry Wippel. UA Z eg larouicleclacfion ana! fArif:5 . . . ana Our pert song leaders were Kay Kendall, Pat Lindsey. Eleanor Peter, Beth Knudson., Judy Clark, Maxine Ringer and Roberta Eason. With il group like lla! hind- sey. llohertu lfason. Kay Ken- dull. lieth Knudson. Judy Clark. Maxine liinger and lfleanor lieter the crowd could not help hut sing their hearts out for the Bulldogs. Steve Moe watches anxiously as Gerry Nielson tries a shot while surrounded by the opposing team. P. S.-He made it! Obi!" gufpupd LU0l'l, 00. BULLPUPS Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb Feb 2- Here .... Cle lilum ...... 32-41 .... Ellensburg 9-There ..,. Vllenatchee 28-39 .... Ellensburg l0---- Here . Moses Lake 32-56 .... Ellensburg l6-- Here .... Cashmere .... 29-57 .... Ellensburg 17-There. Moses Lake 42-50 .... Ellensburg 22-There ..e. Cle Elum ...... 4-6-65 .... Ellensburg 30-There. Cashmere .... 20-46 .... Ellensburg 7- Here .,.. Wenatchee 26-52 .... Ellensburg 13-There .... Pasco ........,. 35-54 .... Ellensburg 14--There ..,. Richland ...... 45-43 .... Ellensburg 20-There .... Kennewick ..6O-26 ..., Ellensburg 21' -- Here .... Wapato ........ 45-54 .... Ellensburg 27- Here ..., Yakima ........ 43-49 .... Ellensburg 28-There .... Sunnyside H43-61 ..,. Ellensburg 4- Here .... Pasco ........,. 21-4-6 .... Ellensburg 10- Here -Richland .... 32--11-2 .... Ellensburg 11- Here .... Kennewick 049-35 .... Ellensburg 17-There .... Wapato ,,,... 33-32 ,... Ellensburg 18-There .... Yakima ...... 211-51 .... Ellensburg . 24- Here .... Sunnyside ..27-45 .... Ellensburg Don McDowell assists Don Rhodes as he goes up for a shot despite the tremendous opposition. Front row: Coach Rowley, Steve Moe, Mike Lyons, Roger Corey, John Webley, Buzz Hjelm, Phil Fitterer, Allen Mettler. gicoimd gui: Vern Hagen, Gary Carthe, Roger Cardenier, Gary Marquissee, Mike Major, Arnold Cleveland, john Pinney, ares is . 49 -up 'N 'Vs-3 Riagg -v -'iff-W QM at 'XV DQR ar., 1' 'P' Mm Y JJ.. Buzzw Hjelm gives out with an extra burst of speed as he speeds past the fmlsh lme SPRING SPORTS lt was quxet ln the slxth perlod studv hall ln sprlng when there was tennw track and baseball 1ntereQtQ to clear the place ax over a hundred were out for sprung Qporta leav mv the Slllflllilli and Sleepy hehlnd SIDTIIIU was a busy tlme and the actxve tennw track and ha'-ehall Squads made xt all the husler Alter the hm wlnter and eally sprmg cold vseath er the better than average weather took the turnouta out doom more than uiual A fl Q Wapalo's Infield looki at its overworked outfield 5 4 QQAMJ Y 1 l . - A i' 1 I ' S A . Y X . . -2 . . . l . . - ' l . C ' ' v Hu 'f 'Wi' ' .I V1 , .K V. . s 4 .2 1-.,,.,, If-M". - -Q N M' N I - b v V 95 '-- . .5 1 -5' . V ' 'QL ima, .A ' -ef ., A ' i""' Lf. 9 it . , -q,A,, -,v VH I -, ggi: "' . . - , N , ,V w p H' , L . ?'Y'Kf,", . X, w . ' " , . , L f WHT., '- - 'Ve-"-55i:'. S V5-'i " .mm-1 -":'fAt.L 5 ' . a f l72'7lQl?a?i5f'ifi'f ,,- :qu - g,. br .Y ..f-J - r- .. ,h Q-37, -, we A, . j,,-w'.7:1"3f- - 9 . -:A -rx -J J, f-4.-.., - , or 7 - - , X, -, . ,-Q, 3,45 W., N --5-,J W fl .7 .. . 1 may n , ' ' "" -.V ' 1 " K 'W ' .wt . 'P"'M'i,l,' - w. "':..'11r+nf.-, fs, 'rf 4, it ' , la -ry? .. aM'Mj.,,1' -"F -,. . , . I 1 V, . ' vw' J -Ai ' , ' . . l I' ' I u 5 x Q ' I, . . . 1 . . F, t L . . X i v 1' I 1 A v A 1 V , v , . . 1. . I '- - Q 5- ' ' 9 -' ' Ll t dwg . -- A .. , tf - -fx 1 4 5 off Axim :4g1s:,.aag1i:.,. ga, :J ' .fi .ea I ' -777 3 "3" 5 .l' - l :Tee -- D - S f 415. , ...J Y 1 ' .L ae- c rug, f fi .M b - .mmf . fu.. ,M . Q1 Q . ff- I .'f6f'4r'e ff - ' . X U ff ww' ' . ' Jerry Newman Hubie McMorrow ,,,. - Marilyn Meyer jackie Dreyer 1 J.: .!,.. 3 ref -for I Muriel Brown Laurie Cond 4-A it 1 H f if 5 4 . Roger Cardenier just makes it in the high jump. dlaring alaorfzi wad flue farge french aqua . Coach Andreotti gave instructions to, front row: Don McDowell, Lanny Purnell, ,lim Champie, Pele Higgins, Cary Hansen, Ken Patteson, George Robinson, Don Jones, Ted Capps, Richie Hoctor and Ned Painter. Second row: Gary Marquissee, Kerry Petre, Percy Martin, Kent Pratt, Dave Gibb, Cordy Martinen, Dennis Bailey, Doug McConnell, Chuck Moser and Ken Holmes. Third row: Bob Wells, Bill Mundy, Cary Garthe, Allen Olander, Roger Gardenier, Jerry Cage, Larry lnks, Al Smith, Buzzy Hjelm. Fourth row: Mike Lyons, Arnold Cleveland, Bob Quicksall, David Powell, Sam Chandler, Cunars Rieksts, Pete Hart- man, John Webley, Ken Wilkins, Mike Dunning, Dale Bodeman, Danny Powell. Top row: Art Reitsch, ,lim Van Brunt, Tom Dell, Larry Quicksall, Ken Lovaas, Frank Ruckman, Ron Bartak, Duane Medvid, Chet Morrison, Eugene Richards, Bob jen- kins, Phil Warner and Bill Brattkus. TRACK Butterflies and nervous indigestion are not usually associated with track coaches. This year Coach Andreotti was subject to both. Thinking his strength lay in the running, he tried to find field event potential and with more than gratifying re- sults. With sophomores and juniors pressing the seniors for position in nearly all events the compe- tition within the squad was sometimes more chal- lenging than the competition with other schools. The results were evident. There was good balance. There were few events where Ellensburg was unable to give the opposition competition for first and in the 880 they could make it first, second and third, in the early meets. With Hjelm in sprints, McDowell in both hurdles, Richie Hoctor, Ned Painter and Ted Capps in the 880, McConnell in shot and discus, Pete Higgins and Ken Holmes in pole vault and Purnell on the javelin, Bartak and Medvid in broad- jump, Olander and Dave Gibb in sprints, we were not caught short in track. SCHEDULE MEETS March 30 at Toppenish - Ellensburg lst, Toppenish 3rd, Grandview 2nd, Wapato 4-th. April 4 at Ellensburg - Ellensburg lst, Sunnyside 4th, Toppenish 3rd, Wapato 2nd. April 7 at Moses Lake - Q Yakima lst, Wenatchee 2nd, Moses Lake 3rd, Ellensburg 4th, April 12 at Ellensburg -- Ellensburg lst, Wapato 3rd, Highland 2nd. April 20 at Wenatchee - Invitational Meet 3rd. April 28 at Yakima - Invitational Meet 3rd, May 5 at Ephrata - lst. May 12 at Yakima-Sub-District Meet, lst May 19 at Yakima-District Meet, Tie for lst. May 25-26 at Pullman - State Meet 51 6b6l,l'l'LOI'lJ many Ltteflllefl all BASEBALL Lady Luck did not sit in the Bulldog dugout at the opening of the conference season. After plaster- ing Wapato in a non-conference game, Coach Stan Sorensonis boys lost their first conference game. They went out the next day and won a double head- er from Ephrata, and you guessed it-that was a non-conference. With Don Rhodes, .lim Gratton, Verne Hagen and Phil Fitterer as mound men, we were not short of pitching material. Experience was not a handicap. The unusually cold weather did not aid the early turnouts but kept warming up opera- tions confined to the gym. Errors accounted for the first conference losses but backed up by a new inter- est expressed by the student body, they worked as a team, full of chatter, and ready for business when the umpire called, "Play Ballf' DIAMOND SCHEDULE PRE-SEASON April 6-Here .... Wapato ........ 1-23 .... LEAGUE GAMES April 13-Here .... Highland 4- 2 April 14 .................. Ephrata 5- 8 April 14 ...........,..... Ephrata 2- 6 April 20-There ...... Wapato .... 5-14- April 21-Here ........ Yakima 2- 1 April 27-There ...... Naches 0- 3 May 1-Here. Toppenish .... 17- 7 May 4-There .......... Selah 2- 5 May 11-There ..Marquette .,.. 7- 9 f f N Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg First row: Pete Cunningham, Eldon Caspar, Gene Grunden, Walt Webley, ,lack Morfield, Bob Sheekler, Phil Fitterer, Mike Major and ,lim Eaton. Second row: Gary Kuhns, Barry Carlson, Don Rhodes, Claude Montgomery, Roger Corey, Bob Beck- ner Vern Hagen, ,lim Gratton, Herb Woods and Stan Sorenson. Third row: Jimmy Barnhart, Gene lVIcElfresh and Marv Win- ston Not shown is Fred johnson. .QIOAOHQOPQJ LUQPQ in elfi el'lC2 0l'l tAe C0lfU"t5. 4 .sf A-my-J m' J' LM N J' xg r if The members of the tennis team were, front row: Hubie McMorrow, John Killian, Bill Seuhert, ,Ioan Baker, Marcia Rossow Sandy Shaw, Barbara Akins, Muriel Brown, Jackie Dreyer. Second raw: Jerry Newman, Cary Rue, Doial Fields, Sandra Arnold Joan Kibbe, Marilyn Meyer, Carolyn Newschwander, Ann Bruketta. Third row: Steve Moe, Allen Mettler, Gerry Nielsen Mari lyn Carney, Terry Randall, Bev Choyce, Carollflopkins and Laurie Coad. TENNIS Spring officially arrived in Ellensburg when they shoveled the snow off the tennis courts and turnouts began. lt was a little chilly at first, as wit- nessed by the glamorous gray sweat pants sported by the squad. However, the ever-present Ellensburg wind finally blew in some warm weather. As the weather grew hotter, so did our racquet busters. Their improvement was steady and notice- able. Starting out with a 1-7 loss to Selah, they progressed to a 5-3 decision over Sunnyside, and so through the rest of the season. Along with the four returning lettermen, Muriel Brown, Jackie Dreyer, Sandra Shaw and Hubie lVlcMorrow, there were twenty-one new potentials under the continually watchful eye of Miss Baker. lt was encouraging to everyone. experienced or inexperienced, to note the interest shown by the junior high students and facul- ty. The reason for this new concern? One of our hardhitting hopefuls set off the fire alarm with a tennis ball! All the twenty-five hardworking tennis players made a good showing and lived up to everyone's expectations. Whatever they lacked in experience they more than compensated for by their drive, en- thusiasm and preseverance. VN NET SCHEDULE April 6-There ..,....... Selah .... 7- 1 .... Ellensburg April 7-Here .... Sunnyside .... 3- 5 .... Ellensburg April 13-There ..Sunnyside- 4- 2 .... Ellensburg April 14-There Wenatchee .... 0- 8 .... Ellensburg April 20-Here ....,.,. Wapato .... 3-- 5 .... Ellensburg April 21-Here ..Wenatchee .... 0- 8 .... Ellensburg April 24-There .... Cle Elum .... 3- 5 .... Ellensburg April 26-Here .... Cle Elum .... 4- 4 .... Ellensburg April 28-There ...... Wapato .... 3- 5 .... Ellensburg May 1-There ...... Yakima .... 5- 3 .... Ellensburg May 5-Here .......... Selah .... 2- 5 .... Ellensburg May 7-Here ........ Yakima .... 6- 2 .... Ellensburg May 11-There ,,,,,,.,.,..,,..,, Yakima - Sub-District May 12-There ...... ......... Y akima - Sub-District May 19-There ....... ........ Y akima - Sub-District May 25-26-There ......... ............ P ullman - State is CALENDAR Time is one of the few really unchanging elements in the world-probably because it is not governable by man. The calendar on the following pages is dedicated to the same purpose-to show the never ending march of time as it affects E. H. S. movement from day to day, varied as witnessed by the candid snapshots on the next pages. As time progressed, so did E. H. S. The students who passed eagerly through the doorways in September, passed through the doorways just as eagerly again in June-this time older and wiser. ,-n- Sept. Sept. 12 Sept. 13 41 V955 ,569 SEPTEMBER Another year at old E. H.S. began and it sure felt good to get back into the swing of things again. The swing and sway of cheerleaders and songleaders was seen at the gym for try- outs. Elected for songleaders were Kay Kendall, Beth Knudson, Eleanor Peter, Roberta Eason, Maxine Ringer, Judy Clark and Pat Lindsey. ir. cb A UGUx Marilyn Meyer and Hubie Mrlvlorrow try their sales- manship on Mr. Killian and Mr. West. lt must have been pretty good because two athletic passes were el If V . Der 5 11 I .9 I4 9 ff 26 I 1 0 5 1 2 517 sold. 2 T s 29 24 vggisislj 5 W f is-. s ' V Sept. Those elected for cheerleaders were Cathy I " 'wh' Moe, Susie Johnson and Marilyn Meyer. " -1 " Sept Pass Sales began with everyone very en- thusiastic about the competition. Sept Sophomores held a class meeting to nomi- " nate officers. Suspensel Wino will win the magazine lucky home- room salesman award? Roberta Lunstruni and Bar- bara Davis will soon reveal the awaited secret. Beaming. Patty Limlsey was given the homeroom magazine sales award. ffongralulations came from Susie Drake. Marie Nielsen. Mary Wippel, Glenda Raaum. Eleanor Peter. and Dzintra Rieksts. Sept Sept Sept. Sept. Sept Sept Sept First football game of the year with Mt. Si, 20-6. A rally to sell passes was held at 6:00. lt was concluded by a dance at the HY77. Seniors nominated officers at their class meeting. Ellensburg fixed Selah, but good, 12-0. A.S.B. nominations for representatives. Ellensburg tromped Toppenish, 14-7. First year French Club members were seen all decked out for their initiation. One of our many Mikes, Major, was elect- ed sophomore class representative. Another Mike, Haberman, was elected junior class representative to the A.S. B. Ocfoger lwwlinifiafion Q , ' . Ik 9 t U . . ""' MN i . Oct K 1 5 .. 1 2 3 ,Q fs 1.21 8 9 10 11 .221 131: , 15 16 17 18 . 22 ' ' iv if Q' 23 24 2 2 ' .two 29 30 31 Sept. 28 Seniors racked their brains during the test- ing program. 'U' 't if Sanz Chandlel: lea:-:TB what it's like Slpmeosle tis going to 115 sfupl:-ised at ' . 1 e 1 ' 1 1. - l:neeg:?g1uf'g-in: gY1:rNa3inaalu:31el::- tictipsile fihe rezlflflilvith fin.:-gstli-lairileld bly looks on. glee- 56 Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct ea OCTOBER MB" Squad in football hada game here with Marquette. Elections for class officers were held. Cam Club held its annual initiation at the Y. M. C. A. Woops, we lost our game with Marquette by a hair, 21-19. William Dean Hamilton, dramatist, was featured. The HB" Squad had an exciting game in Yakima. Final voting for class officers was held. Another football game, this time at Wapato. MBU Squad had another thriller with Cle Elum. At the F. H. A. initiation Mrs. Kaar- ing smiled happily as Barbara Moses presented her with a corsage. Look- ing on are: Kay Thomas, Dianne Powell, LaVaughn Searcy and Jeanne Bruce. P066 501, 05 an 6,900 6 . . . U in 1 51 ' new '-" v . ls X l 5N 1 HQNQNUF SM Glhwrw. 1 wmva-:dh - fd .IH am Ola 44 3? A . pi,S94 '31 ,L Preparations! Oct. 27 Magazine sales were discussed at the A.S.B. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. meeting. High salesman was Barb Hertz. Second high salesman was Marilyn Meyer. NOVEMBER 4 Whew! Almost didn't make it. Prosser gave us a scare by tying us, 14-14. 5 Evidently the boys didn't run quite fast enough because the Triple E tolo was a big success. 7 Education week. 8 We were visited by the alumni. 10 The Homecoming assembly got everyone in the spirit of things. - s With completion date nearing, Larry Cham- ness, Judy Clark, Fred johnson and Gerry Nielsen survey the new high school. WW... X These people are all decked out for the French Club initiation. S5141 'Uh .1 , g Jn f' it ii3.,,,, John Pinney and Gene Emerson received some much needed information from Mr. Purnell. About Biology? 57 me l'l'l0I'lfA ldfayff, 0l'l'l8C0l'l'lil'lg, ITC!! anne C. HF! v I , . 1 ,. .- ,Ax Q P f f 2 - pf' ,iw It ign't Chief Ggironimg on the war- E. H. S. Homecoming Royalty in '55 were: Cathy Moe and Marcia Ros- path, just Ricky Walton, leading a yell sow, Sophomore and Junior Princesses. JoAnn Worgunu was this year's to win, win, win! Queen. Nov 11 Our homecoming game and our great team A ' Yiwu u fair I ii H A '412 3? 5 Q 1' ' 12 136 19 . 2 36133525 26 27 28 Nov Nov Nov Nov. Nov Nov. Nov Nov Dec. 12 15 16 18 22 23 25 26 2 Dec. 3 clidn't let us down. Cle Elum only had 7 to our 33. A big day for F. F.A. - Potato grading. Today was full of all sorts of surprises. Une of them was report cards. Oh, well, l didnit want the car for a month anyway. The band gave a very enjoyable concert. The band gave an exchange concert at Sumner. We enjoyed watching the matinee perform- ance of the Senior Play. The Senior Play was a real challenge to the cast but they came through with flying colors. Thanksgiving vacation at last! Basketball Jamboree with Wapato and Kittitas. DECEMBER - We started the hoop trials here with Cle Elum. Senior Ball at the Armory was a real gala event. The theme was "Purple Twilight." all 6I'l0lfU. "Just Around the Corner" was the title of this year's Senior Play. Cast members were: Seated: Jeri Savage, Jerry Newman, Nadine Smith, Bar- bara Hertz, Gene Crunden, Pat Snowden, Art Beitsch. Standing: Clara Seeley, Roy Pinney, Mr. Labreque, Eldon Caspar. Dec. 6 Many enthusiastic supporters attended the football banquet. Linda Henry won the Betty Crocker Search. Dec.11 The chorus presented a very enjoyable Christmas program. Dec.13 A discussion about repealing the bill con- cerning school buses not being used as spectator buses was held at the A.S.B. meeting. 'fi i' ' ' ' , ,Nj , n': ffmie -'fi eff. M I x ' b X , 'V-x ! . P53 2 A it 5 Barbara Hertz and Gene Grunden are planning to elope. This was for the play, of course. 5. . , , X . X 1 S S :Q X "X I f X f 4 The happy look on Clara Seeley's face is due to the fact Jerry Newman tells Nadine Smith how much that she had just received an engagement ring from Roy he cares for her. Pinney in the Senior Play. now, c aina, a , Clwidfmafi laarfieae .I 71 lug Y Q1 M- a .31 .tgw The football award winners pose for the press. They are, seated Wall Webley, john Moser, Bill Olander, Ken Holmes, Art Reitsch Standing: Eldon Caspar, Steve Moe, Lannes Purnell, Roy Pinney, Caroll Slarnes, Harry Sims, Herb Woods. N.. -1 '1 Decemxuwgx' . 5 2 , 45675.79 3, 3 10 11 12 13 14i 16 17 18 20 21 , 23 24 25 27 2312, 30 31 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 lan. 3 Jan. 7 lan. 13 lan.l11- Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Many fond memories will he recalled of tl Prizes were presented to high magazine salesmen. Ah! Free once more as Christmas vacation started. JANUARY Woe is mel We went back to school after our wonderful Christmas vacation. Our first conference game with Wenatchee, was home. with us losing after a good scrap. Pasco beat us down there. Our fellows tried hard. Richland beat us. too. We had a bad week- end on the road. We won! This was at Kennewick. Finally a home game. With Wapato here our weekend was lively. SENIOR BALL With the theme of Purple Twilight, the Senior Ball was held in the armory. The highlight of the decorations was a huge fountain at one end of the hall. lntermission entertainment was provided for by Art Reitsch who gave a very funny monologue. The senior class worked to make the ball a great success, and everyone who attended agreed that it WaS. L APOLQIQ l"050!fiti0l'l6, t0LU roped . . . all 6l'l0lfU. . :gg K N-L, Q: if 'wx-rv. A. f. 'w l 8 gg IEQQYQLI4 5 1 1 1 4 6 ffff happy hours danced away at the Senior Ball. 1 6 IAQ J! 22 23 ' 26 27 28 Jan. 26 i'The Classic Touchn was the theme for the Latin Club Banquet. Everyone was stuffed with good food and good entertainment. Semester grade cards were distributed. FEBRUARY Feb. 3 Members of the Band gave a wonderful concert. 29 30 They forgot their Roman togas but Allen Olander, Roger jackson, Phil Fitlerer, and Mike Lyons did bring on the roast pig which was the main feature of the Latin Banquet. xx A f Y I -U' i Februe ' i T lf"wx f , x , amoud Lirflwlayd, earfzi I 5 A tense moment in the line of our faculty as the 13 gi, 'ij 1 balloting goes on for "Mn Legs" of 1956. 2: Q 6 17 18 20 2 ii , 23 24 25 26 27 2 .mf Feb. 15 The chorus presented an operetta for the Feb' M' IFF :fickle 2? the French Banquet was first time in seven years. It was Gilbert ar I ras' and Sullivarfs H.M. S. Pinafore. Mr. Bowen spoke at the sophomore class meeting on next year's enrollment. Feb. 17 Juniors decided to order class rings. X, .ofa-i-. 1? Nancy Jacluon's not getting ready to hit her boy At the French Banquet the Three Musketeers, Suzie Drake, Bar- friend, she's doing the rake dance at the French bara Mullin, and Marie Nielsen seemed to be having a good time. Banquet. I feacdem addemdfg Og' rinow. Q . , 2 2 -gs, f Marilyn Meyer, M. C. at the faculty pep assem- bly, presents Mr. Legs of 1956. Look out girls, you've got competition! March 3 March 8 March 10 March 13 March 14- March 15 March 16 March 26 March 26 MARCH Muriel Brown, Jackie Yetter, Mary Wip- pel and Joanne White attended the all- state chorus and orchestra at Spokane. Lack of enthusiasm for spring sports was discussed at the A. S. B. meeting. 4'0riental Midnight" was the clever theme of the Tri-Hi-Y dance. Solo and Ensemble Contest was held at Central. There was an award assembly too. We all enjoyed Glen Cunningham's talk. Judy Clark was chosen Rodeo Princess. An electric Harmonium was featured at our assembly. "Waltz in Springn was the theme of the F. H. A. tolo. A dental survey was taken. Juniors voted on Girls' and Boys, State representatives. Yeah! Spring vacation. APRIL April 6 National Assembly presented champion archers. April 7 A savage beat was heard at the .lunior Prom carrying out the theme of "Congo Drums." April 9 Report cards again? D0n't they ever run out? Dave Gibb and Leonard Goodwin get a good tongue lashing from Teddy Capps during the operetta. 'ii Penny Dyson, Eldon Caspar, Ken Woody, ,lo- anne White, Ken Patteson and Mary Wippel were one cast of the Pinafore. The other cast consisted of Muriel Brown, Car- nett Ziska, Bill Schille, Marv Winston, Jim Van Brunt and Jo Chapman. s enior awwinclzi CKEKAO A N hdarch Y f' I pd" I f 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 1F 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 3 10 17 24 31 April 12 We really enjoyed the wonderful presen- tation of L'lVleet Me ln St. Louis," given hy the all-school play cast. April 16 Pep Week started with a big bang. April 18 WSC hand was really great. April 20 Pep Wleek ended, hut not our pepl April28 College hound seniors attended Senior Day at Central. 1'--S Morning sessions on Senior Day included' seniors from Ellensburg, Kittilas and Thorp High Schools. Cheer up Jon, you'll make it! JUNIOR PROM The "Savage" heat of Ed Danielson's great dance hand carried out the theme of "Congo Drumsn at the Junior Prom. As always, Miss Dunstan was behind the decorations which were unique. Every- one was good and pooped afterwards, but felt that it was worthwhile. MAY May 3 Vile enjoyed the inspiring concert given by the Central Singers. X '73 Listening intently to advice from Mrs. Cummins of the Uni- Friendly faculty advisors from Central confer with versity of Washington are Cecelia Antonopoulos, Eleanor Cary Hansen on Senior Day. Peter, Linda Henry, Kay Kendall and Jackie Yetter. 'l' ay, cc prom, Jlaring Ken Woody, Clifford Tyler, Richard Heimbuch, Ted Capps, Leon- ard Anthony and Bob Beckner are receiving awards for potato judging from Mr. johnson. May 12 Enthusiasts of the spring sportsg tennis, baseball and track turned out for the Spring Sports Banquet. The sophomore dance was a huge success. 1' ever. pp p p p YY p , 2 2 ' f 5 2 Q csipyr ixpcc 2 i L p ieec if 1 if 1 y 1 eQf1Ms?1as s e 1 4 5 6 A 9"11121314 f15 16 g 18 19 20 21. 22 23 pp 25 26 27 28 229 so May 16 The chorus presented a superbly performed program. May 26 The sophomores gave the seniors a lovely reception. This was the beginning of the busy social schedule of the seniors, The All-School Play Cast: john Moser, Laurie Coad, Susie Johnson, Hubie McMorrow, Beth Knudson, Barry Carlson, Ruby Montfort, Marlene Brandt, Barbara Mullin, Linda Henry, Dennis Bailey, Pat Snowden, Ted Capps and Larry Bland. Slmng are: Leonard Goodwin and Eleanor Hacker. ouing, fiularemacy, :Senior A olalaing, picnic The many couples attending the junior Prom, "Con Wig If 1' ' 1 aafikxj , 5,- I' 'w ,1"i!' 1 v' f 5,-Qs Ivlzayr 1 li 6 7 8 13 14 15 S 20 21 2' ' 27 28 2b,n., - 3 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 19 24 25 26 J1 E go Drums," enjoyed the dancing and the unusual decorations. May 30 Memorial Day Holiday. SOPHOMORE DANCE lt was not uncommon to find sophomores sleep- wallcing this spring. They spent many long and weary hours on their dance, but everyone enjoyed it because the decorations were just right and the music perfect for dancing. - Unpacking chairs for the new school was a good job for Freddie W'a!ler- son, Danny Sweetland, Ray Knudson, Dave Gibb and Mike Dunning. an gracluafion. JUNE June 3 Seniors attended Baccalaureate Services. June 7 The seniors walked down the aisle in an impressive ceremony as they received their diplomas and bade farewell to good old E. H. S. June 8 We came back to get our Klahiams and report cards. ... L Ricky Walton, Tommy Desmond, Suzie Drake, Cox-dy Martinen and Carry Rue are living it up al Vantage. 'Y Nadine Smith and Lannes Purnell were co-valedictorians , ' . I N 'ZQQA f- A f 5 , ,. F, Q, F 4 iiiygifh K ,, ' 7 221, - ifiiilf - is 1 Q51 ,, 4 ,rqm 17Z.n,,,..1 5 11 is ,y2,,,.r1..,k , 'Q4'k.WF 'fili' .gbgipri-','-3.95212-isf?li5,'5x,3'f- . 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A "Handbook and Di- rectory" was published, which included box ads and listings for advertisers and listings for sponsors. These were given to student, who had purchased Klahiams and to all our advertisers and sponsors. In an at- tempt to draw additional attention to the ads, and to make the index more interesting, students of E. H. S. were put into picture ads, which appear on the fol- lowing pags, and just take a look at moving day on the end sheets. Z ,V fs nga ana! clofd: ouing. A Abramson, Jean, Senior, 14, 33, 40. Aker, Judy, Sophomore, 28, 38. Akins, Barbara, Junior, 22, 35, 40, 53. Allenbaugh, Dona Bae, Senior, 14. All School Play, 65. Anderson, Ed, Faculty, 8. Anderson, Ellen, Junior, 6, 22, 36. Anderson, Paul, Junior, 22, 77. Anderson. Sharon, Sophomore, 8, 28. Anderotti, Archer, Faculty, 8, 44, 51. Anthony, Jennie, Junior, 22, 33, 77. Anthony, Leonard, Senior, 14, 38, 41, 65, 77. Anthony, Marilyn, Senior, 14. Antonopoulos, Cecelia, Junior, 22, 36, 37, 38, 64. Archer, Dorothy, Sophomore, 5, 28, 37. Archer, Leroy, Senior, 14, 37. Argall, Ruth, Faculty, 5, 8. Arnhold, Sandra, Sophomore, 5, 28, 40, 53. A.S.B. Officers, 32. B Bailes, Phyllis, Junior, 22, 39, 40. Bailey, Benny, Senior, 14, 43. Bailey, Dennis, Junior, 36, 37, 40, 44, 51, 61, 65. Bailey, Kristin. Junior, 22, 38, 39. Baker, Claydes, Faculty, 8, 34. Baker, Joan, Sophomore, 6. 28. 40, 53. Bangs, Anona, Sophomore, 28. Bangs, Elaine. Senior, 15, 33, 35. Barnhart. Fred. Sophomore, 33, 38. Barnhart, Jimmy. Sophomore 28, 36, 52. Barnhill, Merle, Faculty, 8, 33. Bartak, Ron, Sophomore, 28, 37, 51. Baseball, 50, 52. Basketball, 46, 47, 48, 49. Bayers, Sandy, Senior, 15, 33. Beckner, Bob, Senior, 5, 15, 41, 52, 65, 76. Bennett, Mickey, Sophomore, 28, 39. Berry, J. D., Junior, 22, 36. Billeter, Julie, Senior, 15. Binger, Lola, Sophomore, 28. Blades, Janet, Junior, 22. Bland, Larry, Junior, 22, 41, 65. Blattner, Barbara, Sophomore, 28. Bodeman, Dale, Junior, 51. Boman, Richard, Senior, 15. Bowen, Ted, Faculty, 9. Braaten, Laura, Sophomore, 28. Brandt, Marne, Senior, 15, 65, 66. Brattkus, Bill, Sophomore, 28, 51. Brown, Don, Sophomore, 28. Brown, Muriel, Junior, 22, 38, 39, 40, 50, 53, 63. Brown, VV. M., Faculty, 5, 7, 32. Bruce, Genevieve, Junior, 22, 33, 39. Bruce, Jeanne, Senior, 5, 15, 33, 34, 56. Bruketta, Ann, Sophomore, 28, 33, 38, 53. Brulcetta, Victoria, Senior, 15, 33, 40, 69. Brunson, Dan, Sophomore, 28, 41. Bulldog Guard, 33. Bunger. Vlvarren, Senior. Burkette, Judy, Junior, 22. Butler, Larry, Sophomore, 28, 33, 44. Button, Penny, Sophomore, 28. 9-I Ted and Pat get the facts on insurance rates from HERBERT SNOWDEN, IN- SURANCE. After a hard day at school Vickie and George enjoy a milkshake at RALPIPPS. N. S Gerry and Bill always return for the good Faye, Judy and Roberta are bewildered by With the help of Bob Sampson, Kay and food served at the STEAK HOUSE by the vast selections of wallpaper at LUN- Hubie get ready for one of the weekly Cordon. STRUM'S PAINT AND GLASS. radio programs at K X L E . 69 Sandra and Sharon know where to get big Delicious apples-at TUCKER'S SUPER DUPER MARKET. .- - ' " .0 1 ' ' il Dreaming of the future, Jeannie and Bonnie gaze at one of the cedar chests at BROTHERTON FURNITURE CO. W1g'f'm, 3.xx'. . -. ' l Helping Barbara select material for that extra special formal are Mrs. Fuehr and Kay at THE FABRIC SHOP. 70 0 6 1 4 . I .gjolalzonfzorefg iuniora, Aeniord, C Cahoon, Jack, Sophomore, 28. Cam Club, 34. Camealy, Edward, Faculty, 9. Campbell, Glen, Sophomore, 28, 41. Capps, Ted, Senior, 15, 35, 38, 41, 51, 63, 65, 69. Carlson Carlson Carney, Carroll, Jackie, Junior, 22. Roberta, Sophomore, 28. Carline, Carline, , Barbara, Sophomore, 5, 28, 38. , Barry, Junior, 22, 35, 43. 44, 52, 65. Marilyn, Sophomore, 28, 53. Ed, Sophomore, 28, 38. Caspar, Eldon, Sr., 15, 38, 40, 43, 44, 52, 59, 60, 63. Cervine, Leland, Junior, 22, 33, 41. Chamness, Larry, Senior, 14, 15. 35, 57, 75. Champie, Jim, Senior, 15, 41, 51. Chandler, Sam, Junior, 5, 22, 43, 44, 51, 56. Chapman, Jo, Senior, 15, 38, 63. Chorus, 38. Chouinard, Henrietta, Senior, 15, 33, 74. Choyce, Beverly, Sophomore, 29, 35, 37, 53. Christopherson, Estelle, Senior, 15. Clark, Judy, Senior, 5, 14, 15, 48, 57, 68. Clausen, Bruce, Senior, 35. Cleem, Harvey, Sophomore, 29. Cleveland, Arnold, Sophomore, 5, 29, 44. 49, 51, 76 Cleveland, Carry, Junior, 22, 26, 39. Connot, Judy, Junior, 22, 30, 40, 69. Conser, Cecil, Sophomore, 29, 33. Corey, Roger, Sophomore, 29, 44, 49, 52. Crane, Camy, Sophomore, 29, 36, 39. Cunningham, Pete, Senior, 15, 46, 52. Curtis, Tommy, Junior, 22, 36. Curtiss, Sharron, Sophomore, 29, 38. D Davis, Barbara, Junior, 22, 33, 55, 65. Davis, Dick, Junior, 5, 23, 40, 43, 44, 46. Davis, Duane, Senior, 15, 41, 72. Dell, Tom, Sophomore, 29, 51. Derrick, Dan, Sophomore, 5, 29. Desmond, Tom, Junior, 23, 43, 44, 67. DeSoto, Phyllis, Senior, 16, 34, 74. Dick, Arlene, Sophomore, 29, 34. Doak, Roy, Senior, 16. Drake, Suzanne, Jr., 5, 23, 24, 39, 41, 55, 6 Dreyer, Jackie, Junior, 5, 23, 34, 39, 50, 53. Driver, Darlene, Junior, 23, 38. Duke, Bonnie, Senior, 20, 34. 38. 70. Dunlop, Mary Kay, Junior, 23, 40. Dunning, Michael, Sophomore, 29, 51, 66. Dunstan, Marie, Faculty, 9, 39. Dyk, Dorothy, Sophomore, 29, 34. Dyson, Penny, Junior, 23, 38, 39, 55, 63. E Eason, Roberta, Senior, 16, 48, 68. Eaton, Jim, Senior, 16, 37, 40, 46, 47, 52. Edwards, Doreen, Sophomore, 29, 34, 36. Eldridge, Nancy, Sophomore, 29. Emerson, Gene, Sophomore, 29, 33, 57. Engbrecht, Delores, Senior, 16. Engel, Tom, Sophomore, 29. 1, 62, 67 rinci afanclfeaclz em, going. Evans, Bob, Senior, 16, 35. Evans, Terry, Senior. F Faltus, Allen, Sophomore, 5, 28, 29, 39. Farmer, Sally, Sophomore, 29, 35. Farrel, De Anna, Junior, 38. Ferguson, Faye, Junior, 23, 69. F. F. A., 44. F. H. A., 34. Fields, Doial, Sophomore, 6, 29, 35. Fish, Lila, Senior, 16, 32. Fitterer, Philip, Sophomore, 5, 29, 39, 44, 49, Foley, Judy, Sophomore, 29, 38. Football, 43, 44, 45. French Club, 39. Fuehr, Don, Senior, 16, 33. Fuehr, Duane, Senior, 16, 33. Fusselman, Phil, Sophomore, 6, 29, 37, 44. G Gabel, Bill, Sophomore, 29. Gage, Jerry. Sophomore, 29, 51. Gardinier. Roger, Sophomore, 29, 49, 50, 51. Garthe, Gary. Sophomore, 29, 36, 49, 51. Gaub, Shirley, Sophomore, 29. Gehlen. Pat, Junior, 5, 23. 35, 39, 40. Gemmill, Jean, Junior, 23. 52, 61 Gibb, Dave, Jr., 6, 23, 37, 38, 40. 43, 44, 51, 63, 66. Gibb, Gordon, Senior, 16, 69. Gibb, Norma, Sophomore, 29, 38. Glenn, Sharon. Sophomore, 29. Goad, Laurie, Sophomore, 29, 35, 40, 50, 53, Goodwin, Leonard, Senior, 16, 35, 38, 63, 65. Gordon, Hill. Junior. Gotch, Pat. Senior, 16, 35. Grant. Dale, Sophomore, 29, 44. Gratton. Gladys. Sophomore, 29, 39. Gratton. Jim, Junior, 23, 43, 46, 47, 50, 52. Gray. Gloria, Sophomore, 29. Gregory, Karen, Junior, 23, 38. Gross, George, Junior, 23. Grove. Judy. Sophomore, 29. 38. Grunden, Gene. Senior, 16, 40, 52, 59, 76. Gunnoe, Alton, Junior. H Haberman, Helen, Junior, 23, 34, 40. 65. Haberman. Mike, Junior, 23, 32, 36, 37, 40. 43, 44. Hagen, Vern. Junior, 23. 49, 52. Hansen, Charlotte, Sophomore, 29, 35, 40. Hansen, Gary, Senior, 16, 40, 51, 64. Hartman, Pete. Junior, 23, 39. 51, 72. Hawley. Jill, Sophomore, 29, 34, 40. Hedrick, Helen, Junior, 23, 39. Heimbuch, Joan, Sophomore, 29. Heimbuch, Richard, Senior, 16, 41, 65. Henderson, Connie, Sophomore, 28, 29, 38, 40. Henline, Harriett, Sophomore, 29. Henry, Linda, Senior, 5, 16, 64, 65, 77. Henry, Walter, Faculty, 9. Herr, Bob, Senior, 16. Herrick, Donna, Junior, 23, 38, 71. Hertz, Barbara, Senior, 16, 36, 38, 59, 71. :P N ' Mardelle and Carol agree on an appropriate gift at LENTZ HARDWARE Donna knows the right place for a haircut and cosmetics-THE BAND BOX. Marilyn and Barbara pause for a delicious shake at the LAZY-T-DRIVE-IN. 71' . I dl' x ffl. Pete sells Joyce and Sherrill milk from the K. C. D. A. -Qff -,ij -Qs... it For the best pictures possible Donna goes to McCORMlCK STUDIO. For SUPER DUPER buys LaVaughn and Duane shop.at GILMOUIPS. 72 oakrzi, aggar 5, Auem . . Higgins, Pete, Senior, 17, 51. Hiner, Ann. Sophomore, 29. Hjelm, Lawrence, Junior, 5, 23, 24, 49, 50, 51. Hocker, Eleanor, Senior, 17, 65. Hoctor, Richard, Senior, 17. 40, 41, 51. Holmes, Kenneth, Senior, 17. 40, 43, 44, 51, 60. Holmes, Marlene, Senior, 17, 33, 40. Hopkins, Carol, Sophomore, 6, 29, 36, 53. Horner, Cordon, Junior. Hudson, Henry, Sophomore. Hudson, Emilie, Junior, 26. Hughes, Beverly, Senior, 17. Hughes, Stanley, Junior. Huppert, Duane, Sophomore, 29, 41. Huss, Wayne, Senior, 17. Hussey, Dixie. Sophomore, 29, 36. I Inks, Larry, Sophomore, 29, 37, 51. J Jackson, Nancy, Junior, 22, 24, 35, 39, 62. Jackson, Roger, Junior, 24, 39, 41, 61. Jacobson, John, Senior, 17. Jeans, Charles, Sophomore, 29. 37. Jenkins, Bob, Sophomore, 29, 41, 44, 51. Jensen, Karen, Sr., 17. Jensen, Ray. Senior, 41. Jensen, Violet, Senior, 17. Johnson, J, Arthur, Faculty, 9, 41, 65. Johnson, Deon, Senior, 17, 36. Johnson, Fred, Senior, 14, 17, 40, 57. Johnson, Richard, Junior, 24. 41. Johnson, Susie, Junior, 24, 34, 37, 42, 65. Jollo, Alice, Senior, 17. 33, 74. Jollo, Jerry, Sophomore, 29, 38, 41. Jones, Don, Senior, 17. 35. 37, 51. Jones, Marcellene, Sophomore, 29, 38. Jones, Richard, Sophomore, 29, 36, 37. Jones, Roberta, Junior, 24. Jorgensen, Evelyn, Senior, 17. Jump, Rluetta, Junior, 24, 34. 35, 40. Junior Class, 22. Junior Class Officers, 22. Junior Prom, 65. . K Kaaring, Astrid, Faculty, 9, 34, 56. Kastning, Gayle, Sophomore, 29, 35, 38. Kay, Roger, Senior, 17. 33. Kem, Rob, Junior, 24, 43, 44. Kendall, Kay. Senior, 17, 32, 35. 39, 48, 64, 68, 69. Kezele. Barbara, Junior, 24. Kibbe, Joan, Sophomore, 29. 37, 53. Kibbe, Merle, Faculty, 10. Killian, John, Sophomore, 29, 53. King, Ellwin, Junior, 24. Kinkeade, Jo Ann, Sophomore, 29, 34. Kitts, Carolyn, Junior, 24, 71. Klahiam Staff, 35. Klobucher, Marion, Faculty, 10. Klocke, Jo, Junior, 24. Knowles, Joan, Junior, 24. Knudsen, Beth, Senior, 5, 18, 35, 39, 48, 65, 68. reamgoafd, Lagezi- lagging. Knudson, Raymond, Junior, 5, 24 ,38. Knutson, Dennis, Sophomore, 29, 36, 37, 39, 66. Kooy, Nellie, Junior, 24, 33. Kroetsching, Willis, Senior, 18, 76. Kuhn, Cary, Junior, 52. L Labrecque, Gerard, Faculty, 5, 10, 39, 59. Lambert, Charlotte, Junior, 24, 36. Lanee, Beverly, Sophomore, 30. Latin Club, 39. Laurent, Bob, Senior, 18. Leinbach, Charlotte, Sophomore, 30. Leinbach, Eleanor, Sophomore, 30, 40. Lewis, Mardell, Sophomore, 30, 33, 38, 71. Lindsey, Pat, Senior, 18, 48, 55, 68. Lovaas, Kenneth, Sophomore, 51. Lucas, Carol, Junior, 24, 39. Lundstrom, Roberta, Junior, 5, 24, 25, 40, 55, 69. Lunstrum, Pauline, Junior, 24. Lym, Janie, Junior, 24. Lynch, Jesse, Sophomore, 30, 34, 57. Lynch, Maralyn, Sophomore, 30, 39. Lyons, Linda, Sophomore, 30, 34, 37. . Lyons, Mike, Sophomore, 28, 30, 37, 39, 49, 51, 61. M Mackner, Jack, Junior, 5, 24, 43, 44. Mains, Robert, Sophomore. Major, Mike, Soph., 5,30,32,39,40,43,44,49,52,73. Malinosky, Mike, Senior, 18. Mandelas, Nick, Senior, 18. Manor, Paul, Senior, 18, 34. Marquissee, Cary, Sophomore, 30, 40, 43, 44, 49, 51 Martin, Gordon, Senior, 18. Martin, Jon, Senior, 18, 64. Martin, Percy, Junior, 24, 44, 45, 51. Marrinen, Gordon, Jr., 25, 40, 43, 44, 46, 47, 51, 67 Marx, Jeannie, Sophomore, 30. Mayberry, Carol, Sophomore, 30. McClure, Virginia, Junior, 25. McConnell, Doug, Jr., 5, 24, 25, 40, 44, 45, 51. McDowell, Don, Senior, 18, 46, 47, 49, 51. Mclilfresh, Gene, Senior, 18, 33, 52. Mclfilfresh, Lee, Sophomore, 30, 33. McCillivray, Dennis, Junior, 25. Mclntosh, Darwin, Sophomore, 30,-37. Mclntosh, Shirley, Senior, 18, 34, 36. McKinsey, Edith, Sophomore, 30, 34. McMechan, Sharley, Junior, 25, 36, 38. McMorrow, Hubie, Sr., 18, 32, 35,40, 50, 53, 55, 65, 69 McPherson, Billie Lou, Sophomore, 30. Medved, Duane, Junior, 25, 26, 37, 51. Meek, JoAnn, Junior, 5, 24, 25, 35, 40. Messinger, Sherrill, Junior, 25, 38, 39, 72. Mettler, Allen, Junior, 25, 33, 39, 49, 53, 80. Meyer, Marilyn, Senior, 18, 34, 35, 42, 50, 53, 55, 63 Miller, Beulah, Sophomore, 30, 74. V Miller, Jack, Junior, 38. ' Mills, Lanning, Sophomore, 30, 44. Minton, James, Junior, 25, 33. Mitchell, David, Senior. Mitchell, Stanley, Sophomore, 30. For that special job Ken goes lo ELLENSBURG IRON WORKS. 73 51-w 4 7-'i For that home permanent or the best in cosmetics go to OSTRANDEIVS DRUG like Alice and Henrietta. X 1 i For the latest "hop" records go to DEAN'S. Invest your savings wisely at the NATION- AL BANK OF COMMERCE like Beulah and Phyllis. 74 Rcldeacld, Lkncled, Aruneffe. Moe, Cathy, Sophomore, 30, 42, 58. Moe, Steve, Sr., 18, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 53, 60. Monfort, Ruby, Junior, 25, 39, 65. Montgomery, Bruce, Sophomore, 30. Montgomery, Claude, Junior, 25, 44, 52. Morfield, Jack, Sophomore, 30, 52. Morgan, Nona, Junior, 25, 35. Morrison, Barbara, Junior, 25, 34. Morrison, Chet, Sophomore, 30, 38, 41, 51. Morrison, Pat, Senior, 5, 18, 67. Morseth, Steve, Junior, 25, 44. Moser, Charles, Junior, 25, 44, 51. Moser, John, Senior, 18, 44, 45, 60, 65. Moser, Judy, Sophomore, 30, 38. Moses, Barbara, Senior, 18, 34, 56, 70. Mudd, Sharon, Senior, 19. Mullin, Barbara, Junior, 5, 24, 25, 34, 39, 62, 65. Mullin, Pat, Sophomore, 30. Mundy, Bill, Sophomore, 30, 37, 51. Munson, Ray, Senior, 19. N Neeley, Barbara, Sophomore, 30, 40. Newell, Ray, Sophomore, 30. Newman, Jerry, Senior, 19, 46, 50, 53, 59. Newschwander, Carolyn, Soph., 28, 30, 35, 40, 53. Nicks, Gary, Senior, 19. Nicolaisen, Helen, Sophomore, 30. Nielsen, Gerry, Senior, 14, 19, 41, 46, 47, 48, 53, 57. Nielsen, Yvonne Marie, Junior, 25, 38, 55, 62. Nunley, Donald, Sophomore, 30. Nunley, Jim, Junior. Nygaard, Alice, Faculty, 10. O 0'Connor, Larry, Junior, 25, 35. Olander, Allen, Sophomore, 30, 39, 44, 51, 61. Olander, Bill, Senior, 19, 40, 44, 45, 60. Olsen, Helen, Junior, 38. Orndoff, Kay, Junior, 25. P Padden, Joe, Sophomore. Painter, Ned, Senior, 19, 51. Patteson, Gracie, Sophomore, 30. Patteson, J ack, Sophomore, 30. Patteson, Jerry, Junior, 25. Patteson, Kenneth, Senior, 19, 38, 51, 63. Patterson, Rodney, Junior, 25, 41. Pedersen, Joyce, Junior, 25, 34, 35, 72. Pedersen, Karoline, Sophomore, 30, 35, 38. Pedersen, Katherine, Sophomore, 30, 35, 38. Pedersen, Mary, Sophomore, 30, 35, 39, 40. Pekarek, Marlene, Junior, 25, 37. Pep Club, 40. Peter, Eleanor, Senior, 19, 38, 39, 48, 55, 64, 68. Petre, Kerry, Sophorrwre, 30, 44, 51. Phillips, Carol, Sophomore, 13, 30. Pinney, John, Sophomore, 30, 44, 49, 57. Pinney, Roy, Senior, 19, 44, 45, 59, 60. Platt, Gerry, Junior, 25, 69. Pleake, Bruce, Sophomore, 30. Point Club, 34. Poland, Leonard, Senior, 19. fa , dlzorf, foci . . . an Poland, Rodney, Junior, 25. Powell, Danny, Sophomore, 30, 51. Powell, David, Sophomore, 30, 51. Powell, Dianne, Senior, 19, 34,. 56, 74. Pratt, Kent, Junior, 25, 41, 51. Purnell, Lannes, Senior, 19, 40, 44, 45, 51, Purnell, Virgil, Faculty, 50, 33, 57. Quicksall, Larry, Sophomore, 30, 33, 51. Quicksall, Robert, Sophomore, 30, 51. Quicksall, Ruth, Junior, 26. Quicksall, Sharon, Sophomore, 30, 70. R Raaum, Glenda, Junior, 26, 34, 35, 40, 55. Radio Production, 35. Rairdan, Eugene, Sophomore, 30, 36. Randall, Terry, Sophomore, 30, 53. Rawlinson, Lillian, Sophomore. Reed, Bill, Sophomore. Reese, Pat, Faculty, 10. Rein, Pat, Sophomore, 31, 37. Reitsch, Arthur, Senior, 5, 19, 32, 44, 45, 5 Reyes, Gary, Sophomore. Rhodes, Don, Junior, 26, 46, 47, 49, 52. Richards, Eugene, Sophomore, 31, 51. Riddle, Margaret, Senior, 19. Rieksts, Dzintra, Junior, 26, 39, 55. Rieksts, Gunars, Sophomore, 31, 33, 51. Rikansrud, Ray, Junior, 26. Ringer, Maxine, Senior, 19, 48, 68. Robbins, Rodney, Sophomore, 31, 44. Robbins, Sharron, Sophomore, 31. Robbins, Sylvia, Junior, 26, 40. Roberts, Jay, Sophomore, 31, 35, 39. Robinson, George, Senior, 19, 40, 51, 69. Robinson, Virginia, Faculty, 7. Rogers, Georgia, Senior, 20, 34, 77. Rogers, Paul, Sophomore, 31. Rossow, Marcia, Junior, 5, 25, 26, 36, 40, Rova, Loretta, Sophomore, 31, 64. Rowley, Lloyd, Faculty, 11, 44, 49. Ruckman, Frank, Sophomore, 51. Rue, Garry, Junior, 26, 53. Rugh, Beverly, Sophomore, 31. Rugh, Marla, Junior, 5, 22, 25, 26, 40. Rutledge, Carole, Senior ,S20, 77. Savage, Jeri, Senior, 20, 59. Schille, Bill, Senior, 63. Schnebly, Clair, Sophomore, 31. Schoessler, Elsie, Junior, 26. Schormann, Gary, Senior. Schurman, Fred, Junior, 26. Searcy, LaVaughn, Junior, 26, 34, 38, 56, Seeley, Clara, Senior, 20, 38, 39, 59, 77. Senior Ball, 61. Senior Class, 14. Senior Class Officers, 14. Senior Class Pla ' 59 Lan 60, 67. 1, 59, 60. 53, 58. 72. yv ' Seubert, Bill, Sophomore, 5, 31, 39, 44, 53. Shaw, Sandy, Junior, 22, 26, 40, 53. I Be a wise shopper, like Mary. Shop RED 81 WHITE. be " Larry helps Jake choose the proper in- surance for his car at CHAMNESS REAL- TY AND INSURANCE. For information about our community or the RODEO lake a tip from Clydene, try the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 75 - I W2 NN Willis and Bob, F. F. A. boys, get pointers on the prime meal at SCHAAKE'S. -71,4 i Amold goes lo the CASCADE LUMBER COMPANY for all of his lumber needs- so should you. X Gene likes the refrigerators at REYE'S APPLIANCE best because they hold more and are easier to raid. 76 Sheckler, Bob, Sophomore, 52. Shuck, Anna, Faculty, 11. Shull, Linda, Sophomore, 31. Siewert, Pat, Senior, 20. Simon, Herb, Sophomore. Simpson, Betty, Sophomore, 31. 40, 73. Sims, Harry, Senior, 20, 40, 44, 45, 60. Sires, Dick. Junior. Sires, Joe, Senior, 20. Sisk, Charles, Sophomore, 31, 49. Slingland, Robert, Faculty, 11. Smith, Albert, Junior, 26, 37, 40, 44, 45, Smith, Charles. Junior, 26. Smith, Gene, Junior, 5, 26, 44. Smith, lda, Senior, 28. .,Ac!ui:5or6, war em 6 eelaem 4 Smith, Jeanie, Sophomore, 31, 35, 38, 40. Smith, Nadine, Senior, 20, 35, 59, 67. Snell, Jack, Faculty, 11, 41. Snodgrass, Jack, Faculty, 11. Snover, Arnold. Sophomore, 31. Snover, Lynette, Sophomore, 31. Snowden, Pat, Senior, 20, 37, 59, 65, 69. Snowden, Robert, Junior, 26, 34. Song Leaders, 68. Sophomore Class, 28. Sophomore Class Officers, 28. Sorenson, Leslie, Sophomore, 31, 41. Sorenson. Stan, Faculty, 5, 11. 44. 46. 52 Sparks, Connie, Sophomore, 31, 36. Specht. Gloria, Sophomore, 31. 39. Sperl, Donna. Senior, 5, 20, 38, 72. Staples, liillie. Sophomore, 31. Starkovich, Cary, Sophomore, 31, 41. Starnes, Carroll, Senior, 60. Stensland, Farl, Faculty, 11. 39. Sterling, lintch. Senior, 20. Stewart. Alec, Sophomore, 31. 37, 39. Stoltman. Joe, Sophomore, 31, 35, 41, 73 Stowe, Sally. Senior, 20, 36. Sullenger. Lou Ann. Junior, 26. Summa, Midge. Sophomore, 31. Summa. Nancy, Junior, 26. Swanson, Mary. Sophomore, 31. Sweetland, Dan. Junior, 26, 37, 66. T Tennis, 50, 53. Thelen. Barbara. Senior, 20. Thelen, Laurel. Sophomore, 31, 34. Thomas. Kay, Senior, 20. 34. 56, 70. Thomas, Sandra, Junior, 27, 34, 70. Thompson, Joe, Senior, 20. 34. 38, 44. Thompson, Ken. Senior, 20. Tierney, Charles, Junior, 27, Tozer. Bill, Junior, 27, 33. 41. Tozer, David, Junior, 27. 33. 41. Tozer, Rosanna. Sophomore, 31, 34. 38. Track, 50, 51. Trammell, Agnes, Sophomore, 31, 35, 39. Triple E, 33. Troxel, Douglas. Sophomore, 31, 33, 38. Turley, Pandra, Sophomore, 31, 34, 36. I0 6l.l'll'l8l"5 an! 6ll"e6Ll'i'l0l"6 g0l'L2. Tyler, Bonnie, Junior, 27, 34, 41. Tyler, Clifford, Senior, 21, 41, 65. Tyler, Florence, Sophomore, 31, 33, 34. Tyler, Lonnie, Sophomore. U U'Ren, Nancy, Junior, 27, 38. V Van Brunt, Jimmy, Junior, 27, 33, 38, 51, 63. Vernon, Vllayne, Junior, 27, 37. Voris, Beth, Sophomore, 31. Voris, Harold, Junior, 27. Voshall, Ronald, Sophomore, 31. W1 Wales, Bill, Junior, 27, 35, 69. Walton, Richard, Junior, 22, 26, 27, 46 58, 67. Ward, Judith, Sophomore, 31, 36. Warner, Phillip. Sophomore, 31, 51. Warren, Don, Senior, 21. Watson, Maxine, Sophomore, 31, 38. Watson, Miriam, Sophomore, 31, 38. Watt, Bill, Junior, 27, 35. Watterson, Freddie, Junior, 27, 34, 38, 66. Wlatterson. Jake, Junior, 27, 38, 75. Weber, Vernon, Junior, 27, 41. Webley, John, Sophomore, 31, 44, 45, 49, 51. Webley, Walt, Senior, 5, 21, 40, 43, 44, 45. 46, 47, 52, 60, 64. Webster, Clydene. Junior, 26, 27, 34, 40, 75. Wells. Bob. Sophomore, 31, 37, 51. Wetch, Cary, Sophomore, 31. White, Joanne, Senior, 21, 33, 38, 63. Whitehurst, Jack, Junior, 27, 40, 41. Wiley, Rosemary, Sophomore, 31. Wilkins, Kenneth, Sophomore, 31, 51. Vllilkins, Lina. Faculty, 11, 33. Williams, Bill, Junior, 27. Williams, Preston, Sophomore, 31, 36. 37, 39. Vllilson, Grace, Senior, 21, 34, 35. Vllilson, Nancy. Junior, 27. Wilson, Ray, Sophomore, 31. Wilson, Sheila, Sophomore, 31, 39. Wlinegar, Arlene, Sophomore, 31, 34. Winegar, Wayne, Junior, 27. Vllinner, Jim, Junior, 27. Wlinner, Marilyn, Sophomore, 31. Winston, Marv, Senior, 21, 33, 38, 46. 47, 52, 63, 73. Wlippel, Jerry, Senior, 21, 41, 46, 47. Wlippel, Mary, Senior, 21, 35, 38, 39, 55, 63, 75. Wirt, Margaret, Senior, 19. Woods, Herb, Senior, 5, 21, 40, 41, 44. 45, 52, 60. Woody, Ken, Senior, 21, 38, 63, 65, 73. Wloody, Richard, Junior, 27. 38. Worgum, Janice, Junior, 27. Worgum, Joann, Senior, 21, 40, 58. Y Yetter, Jackie, Senior, 21, 38, 40, 64. Young, Marilyn, Senior, 21, 71. Younie, Darlene, Junior, 27. Z Ziska, Garnett, Junior, 27, 38, 39, 63. 5-9' The ELLENSBURG TELEPHONE com. PANY provides us with the means, but you have to hang up on your own. all 1 1 rf' - .M r fd 5 - W , K I - W ' 1 , . Trying out for the KIWANIS Amateur Show are Ken Patteson, Freddie Watter- son, Dick Woody and Marv Winston. .je L When looking for glassware and miscel- For facts on the new Dodge, Paul and Leonard and Jenny are wise, when need- laneous needs go to JOHN W. GRAHAM Carole go to RUTLEDGE MOTORS. ing a loan for college expenses they went COMPANY- to the friendly WASHINGTON NATION- AL BANK. 77 patI"0I'l5 . . . l00l'l60l"5 . . . nge 5 BOX ADS PATRONS SEE END SHEETS Balcom 81 Moe Band Box Beauty Salon Bostic's Drug Store Brotherton Furniture Company Brotherton Seed Company Burrage Insurance Agency Button Jewelers Chamness Real Estate and Insurance Coast-to-Coast Store Dean's Record Shop DeSoer's Bakery Iillensburg Body and Fender Works Ellensburg Capital Printing Fllensburg Chamber of Commerce Ellensburg Daily Record lfllensburg Iron Works Ellensburg Lumber Company Enfield Dairy Esther-Marian Shop Ifvenson Funeral Home Empress Beauty Salon ' Fabric Shop FarreIl's Clothing Store Fitterer Brothers Cilmour's Super Duper Graham, John W. Company Hank the Plumber Happy's Market ,ff if if Lynch Motor Service M Sz M Upholstery Mange's Buster Brown Shoe Store McCormick Studio McGrath Buick odel Laundry 81 Cleaners Mundy's Family Shoe Store National Bank of Commerce Q . idState Co-op Ostrander's Drug Store Penney, J. C. Company Phare Paint Store Ralph's Ramsey Hardware Rathburn Implement Company Red Sz White Stores Reyes Appliance and TV Ross's Pac Out Rugh, Ward, Hay 81 Crain Rutledge Motor Company Schaake Packing Company Service Drug Store Snowden, Herbert, Insurance Steak House Strange, Willie, Sporting Goods Telephone Company Tiffany Agency, Inc. Tucker's Super Duper Harry's Richfield 5 J. , , , Ha-Way crime Q76-co vw ti U KI H Vaugflan S TUC Semce F ,A as Ygiiztssiioaaffm' e e er s or gency , Kiwanis Club CTL' BE. Yi KW DHS FI U D White-Dulany Company K X L E NN: H5 H N if IN White-Fitterer Company Lazy-T-Drive-In 1 T x 8 , X g - C Whiteman,s Grocery Lentz Hardware N655 R MFT S QC lb ITN Woods Hardware Lunstrum Paint 81 Class Q HYQQN Q3 PIIIEOIU Y, M, C, A, O,xtxQ. -late Fmt T His t3Q.'QnmwEii we of MT Ft' NWT Tl W iv wi Q' QQ I4 NWT Sem? Aw E 78 Lux IF Ws1"',' ill K' W lui whit Mociaferi . . . cufenfzi anal .grienclfi BUSINESS PATRONS Wee-Less Market ' R y's Market Antlers Hotel I Bill's Radio 81 Appliance Service Ohh' 5 Packing C0mPanY, nc- Busby, A. c. at son MS R b 81 Company Capital Avenue Greenh um .73 Gamers C lf S - , U3 ' e 81 Klampher Auto Service Dairy Queen ar s ervice 3 , h eley Sewing Center Delsman's Greenhouse Dickson Jewelers M aj XM Electric Supply QAJJIIX Fllensburg Cement Products, Inc. Ellensburg Hardware Ellensburg Sales Yard Flagg's Watch Shop Faltus 81 Peterson Heinrich Auto Electric Hollywood Cleaners ,lerrolis Handy Shop Johnson, Marvin, Insurance Agency Kreidel's Style Shop Lockhart Pontiac Company Lockwood Plumbing 81 Heating Lucille's Beauty Salon Major Sz Thomas Oldsmobile Morgan's Department Store lVIoser's Clothing Store New York Cafe Nicholson Drug Store Nifty Barber Shop Offer, A. B., Insurance Patterson's Stationery Photo Center Pinney 81 Storms Mobil Service it Sun-Ray Beauty Salon Taylor-Richardson Clinic Thayer, Bert A., Realty Company Tidewater Associated Oil Company Triangle Auto Supply Tum-A-Lum Lumber U Tote Em Union Oil Company Valley Repair Shop Western Auto Supply Wilkins Print Shop Windmill Service Station 81 Radiator Shop Y-Grill Drive In ckdale Realty Company PROFESSIONAL PATRONS Cleman, Lawrence Correll, W. R. Hoke, S. A. Heaton, T. C. Kern, Dano, 81 Cone Panattoni, Joseph C. Pearl, Wm. Short, Spencer D. Thompson, Robert L. Now that you have come to the other end of our book, we of the staff hope that we have given you a true picture of the '55-'56 school year. The staff wishes to again express its appreciation to the people of Ellensburg who gave so generously to make this book possible. We wish also to again thank all of the students and faculty who helped us dig up the information necessary to make our book complete. 55? e moueci, -U xii' Nw, . Q4-wk Mgggkf Qi, r H X , .7 GX , if if K W! W F2 MX My Jf fa E, C ff- X4 P2-1-cfys FC 1' P 'zz My A. 'teena 3 jf "' Q 2'-v' f' QQNUQ " KW ix -my CLMJQAQ5 'UW 1 E b QMC9 gfpmfq' Q , C L Everything has an end. A f fo' Lx. Q.M:'2fQ'U Esagb 'WH - iq., EVE ali-.N W W? , V7 C362 QE? A Qlffljrigi i .26 Ka 80 ,f N My ' V X. 1 'mi-xii. ET- 753 ? LSL T" KLC5 gk Cf fl ,A C: -Q.--5 wi TL. CJ c.. Sqcfjl cr Qi -fem " arc-X gf T ,, E. Q5 C' 1 42 .xi Ag' in I S+ ' ii- N. A R 5-it R. XC, fx "TEH-h'M it sy Ns 0 ...X-p """ Qi, Q 1- CT M C' NSS-" C" HX., 1 XT' gx Xl X. 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