Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1957

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N -Q fv f , a 74- '- kwxw mwvk' Nu., A - W Q wx.-.f 4 4 Q Z., , . , Y l , ,glam K- ,wi-1 Y L' LSIWIF :R - f' A A33 mm. , . a ::z,i:f?" 4f .,...,. - ,U , ,W aff, I ,a: j wg: Q W R """"f-M-el,.,.A es-W f f- qn I . , M ,J :swf 4 V QQ ',F"VfQ 'U-. 'Hu ...f 'Nm-, -an ...us- K Y s 5 wx, Q 11"gtl5Tg? TL, ' 1 rv . ,pm AA, , ,iw .V .N 'ak 'S' v 'rg . .ev- ,,-m- qi, ff 1-f Av- , , 9 if 4 new. 3 www ygjmmxrs YRS-1 u,. Q J7 ,J A Vw 4 MJ ff AWQV W IWW ,AM N to M bww litlbilli XV llflll a ltr W lv A la . . a tw rest law, FOREWORD It was our building that provided us with the theme "lt's Newf, This building with its new atmos- phere and facilities enabled us to start the tradi- tionsifor ensuing classes. At the formal dedication, which was held on November 28, 1956, Mr. Brown was presented the keys by the representative of the architects, Mr. James Cowan. We hope the students of the coming years will benefit from, and enjoy their years in Ellensburg High School as we did ours. N'.'VQ,1y,l , ,L IDQLX L J ij!-U We Include I l I PERSONNEL . . 6-29 Administration .... 6- 7 Faculty . . 3-10. 30-31. 40-41. 54-55, 68-69 Seniors . . . 12-19 Juniors . 20-25 Sophomores . 26-29 ORGANIZATIONS .... . 32-39 Wlrite-ups and'pictures of the various organi- zations appear in this section, Many of the organizations are extra-curricular activities. while others are service clubs, or music groups based on class membership. SPORTS . . 42-53 Football . . 42- 1-5 Basketball . . 46-4-9 Track . . . 50-51 Baseball . . 50-52 Tennis . 50-53 CALENDAR ........ 54-67 ln our 1957 Klahiam appear dates and data that occurred during the past school year. Each month we have featured silhouettes typical of the happenings familiar to you-the students of li. H. S. INDEX .......... 68-80 This section contains an alphabetical list of the personnel of E.H.S. and the page num- bers on which their pictures appear. Also in- cluded are photographs of students taken on the premises of the firms of those whose gen- erous support made the publication of this book possible. 5 1 gf-we ali Mr. Erickson and Mr. Brown confer on future plans for E. H. S. MR. FD K. FRICKSUN Much of our thanks for the new school goes to our superintendent. Mr. Fd K. Erickson. From he- hind the scenes he kept our school systems in order. MR. Vl'll.l.lAlNl ISHOYVY Mr. l3roun's ahility to know all, see all. and hear all haffled those who were tardy or truant, as well as those who xi ere studions. MHS. VIRGINIA-X RUBIYSUN With a smile for all. Mrs. llohinson answered many of our questions and did the other johs neces- sary to keep the office running smoothly. Mrs, Robinson elieeks over the morning attendance with Sandy Shaw and Nance lilrlritlge. ' 'Hn I 9' 5 J 9228 if ' it Q M v Q f JE! is ati X se.-J., Jo Allll iuE6k, DOH Ri'lUtiCS. and Bafilafa af? Take algtler pleage. Mfg, Rfybingon busy writing receipts for Klahiams and A. 5. B. passer. To carry out the theme of the 1957 Klahiam "ll-5 1N'L'll',iA pictures of our new school building have been featured. Teachers have been moved from their usual position in the album to the division pages. fur ff. I ,, g W K e l I Nl ax' . A ' Cruel' lb Baum. W V Z I i llllllll I l II 4, P in , 'u,4.n-q t V, Y :Q 'In 'E W P-f g,.. - 1 H ' -HIWMU ir M351 2 .o L.-Y! in ' ,Lff'E!U Eijllm I -' :rv ':f1hU 1 , ,gg " ' V' F A' :M V 'f f 1 ' ffm ff lL.lhup-- '1 The Counselors . . . Returning to E.H.S. from two years in the Air Force, Eugene Forrester taught Farm Shop, worked as assistant advisor of F. l".A. and counseled the Junior boys. Being girls' counselor, l-'ep Club advisor, and teaching Bookkeeping and Office Machines kept Anna Shuclfs twelfth yea.r at Ellensburg lligh as interesting as ever. Completing his second year at E. ll. S., Ed Ander- son taught Algebra, Trigonometry, and Geometry, worked as boys' counselor and advised the Sophomore Class in its activities. 4-""""'f' t 1 1 F I nw -I .9-1' -A, L ,ls With the motlern facilities of our new high school, excluding the mutl, this past year was a most enjoyable one for us at lf. ll. S. ive gave the liuilcling life antl personality by the many activities that we engaged in. On the following pages are the pic-tures uf those who have worliefl together as a group to develop this new building into a Hreal neatn School. M- -. f , T- ,, M '-,MA-M. .K 1' 9 f--1" -sta" Q iq... 'Ss xl Q. .vaun- .4-ouof-, KA nt K ai - ,.. .4-.',4,,x, " M - --was-1-,,.v.,. .4 Marian Kfoblurhf-'r taught thc- Seniors Cmnposition. Lili-rarure 1. and Crew-k lflu4-iw. Flu- alxo amlviw-fl thi' Senior filib-.Ilu'21S:4f'IIllllit'S.and thc All-School Play. Pat Reese was a teacher of Junior Eng- lish who devoted much of her time to 'YS' xr - QQ, solving the inybtvries of plot charting and such. as she taught Composition and American Literalurc. -Q-..,,, Alive' Nvgaard was responsible- for our 5300 volume library. She al-o traim-d Sturlf-nts as Junior Librarians by giving them an opportunity to learn hy vx- perience. il' , sy E 'r Ba il-,vnaF.am," . 4. Coming to E. ll. S. from Morgan Junior 1 High. l"Iure'rzr'e' .llrlvllurzfllfl taught Soph- S omorc l,lIf'I'illl1l'4' and Junior lioinposih tion. and directed the All-School Play. 1 ef ,L N. ., - 1 x 1 "Yes and Nof' :I A MQ. A 6lfLLO'C.4 JCE 146 W 'COA!6l4fL.4 Class of '57 "We've made it at lastln was a typical statement from the graduating seniors. During the year they did much to make their last year a successful one. Starting things off was the Senior Play entitled, "The Little Minister." The planning of the Senior Ball followed with all concerned helping to produce, "Spell- b0un.d,n a very memorable dance. Unique in its presentation stunt night was a humorous event. Bringing the year to an end, gradua- tion and the Senior Party climaxed the sen- iors' three years in E. H. S. l- These senior class officers. Cece Antonopoulos. treasurer: Helen Haberman. secretary: Barbara Akins. vice-presidentg Doug McConnell. president: took time out from their busy schedules to pose in front of the biology showcase. l2 rm 'FT' ,QQI ew Barbara Akins Ellen Anderson Cerald Anderson Paul Anderson Jennie Anthony Cece Antonopoulos AKINS, BARBARA fBarhl- Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Club 2-3: radio produc- tion 3-4g Student Leaders' Conference 4: A. S. B. Council 3: Homecoming planning commit- tee 33 Amla Retam planning committee 43 class vice-president 4: tennis 2-3-43 senior class play 43 sports banquet chairman 3: Junior Prom committee 3: Senior Ball committee 4. ANDERSON, ELLEN -- Graduate of mid-term l958. ANDERSON. JERALD- Transfer from Creswell. Oregon. 43 Latin Clulm 43 band 4: Music Festival 4. ANDERSON, PAUL-4 Transfer from Lakeside 3. ANTHONY, JENNIE- Triple E 2-3-4g French Club 2. ANTONOPOULOS, CECELIA lCecel- Pep Club 4g band 2-3-45 chorus 2-3-44 ensem- ble 2-3-43 A. S. B. Council 23 office assistant 2g Homecoming planning committee 34 class sec- retary 43 tennis 24 Music Festival 2-3-4g sen- ior reception committee chairman 2g pep band 2-3-43 dance band 2-3-4g All-Northwest Chor- us 4. QICL if -394' .xg A '06 E 1-af' Phyllis Bailes Dennis Bailey Kristin Bailey John Berry Larry Bland Muriel Brown Genevieve Bruce Barry Carlson Lee Cervine Sam Chandler GRITY Cleveland Judy Connot Tommy Curtis Barbara Davis Dick Davis Tom Desmond Suzanne Drake Jackie Dreyer BAILES, PHYLLIS- CHANDLER, SAM- Pep Club 2-3-43 French Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 43 all-school play 2-3. BAILEY. DENNIS- Cam Club 2g band 2-3-43 ensemble 2-3-43 bas- ketball 2, manager3 football 2-3 tEi-4 fEl: track 2-3 QED-4 QED 3 all-school play 33 Music Festival 2-3-43 Lettermen's Club 3-4. BAILEY, KRISTIN fKrisJ - Pep Club 3-43 French Club 2-33 chorus 3-43 ensemble 3-43 junior librarian 43 Music Festi- val 3-43 All-Northwest Chorus 4. BERRY, JOHN U. DJ- Band 2-3-43 ensemble 43 pep band 2-3-4. BLAND, LARRY- Bulldog guard 23 F. F. A. 2-3-43 senior class play 4g all-school play 2-3. BROWN. MURIEL- Pep Club 2-3-43 Latin Cluli 23 French Club 3-43 chorus 2-3-43 Homecoming planning com- mittee 33 tennis 2 fEJ-3 fEl-4 CEJ3 P. E. O. award 33 Music Festival 2-3-43 All-Northwest Chorus 43 Salutatorian 4. BRUCE, GENEVIEVE- Triple E 3-43 French Club 3-43 F. H.A. 2-32 Junior Prom committee 3. CARLSON, BARRY- Cam Club 2-33 radio production 3-43 football 2 fEl-3 KED-4 KEJ3 basketball 2-33 baseball 2-3 QED 3 all-school play 2-32 senior class play 4g sophomore dance committee 23 Junior Prom committee 33 Science Club 2-33 Electronics Club 4g Lettermen's Club 2-3-4. F. F. A. 23 football 2 flfl-3 IEP-4 flflg track 33 Lettermen's Club 2-3-4. CLEVELAND. CARRY- Craduate of mid-term 1958. CONNOT. JUDITH Uudyl - Pep Club 3-43 Latin Club 23 French Club 3-43 Klahiam 2. CURTIS, THOMAS fTomP- Band 3-43 Music Festival 3-4. DAVIS, BARBARA 1 Barb I - Triple E 3-43 chorus 23 Student Leaders' Con- ference 43 Homecoming planning committee 33 all-school play 33 sophomore dance committee 23 Junior Prom committee 3. DAVIS, DICK- Latin Club 23 A. S. B. Council 2-3-41 Home- coming planning committee 2-3Q football 2 KE?-3 CE!-4 lEJ3 basketball 2 YE?-3 fEl- 4 KEJ3 sophomore dance committee 23 Junior Prom committee 33 Lettermen's Club 2-3-4. DESMOND, THOMAS tTomJ- Latin Club 2g French Club 43 football 2-33 track 23 Junior Prom committee 3. DRAKE, SUZANNE fSuziel - French Club 2-32 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-43 Student Leaders' Conference 2-43 A. S. B. Council 23 sophomore representative 23 Homecoming plan- ning committee 23 Amla Retam Queen 43 all- school play 23 Bulldog Club 33 Junior Prom committee 3g Youth and Government 4. DREYER, JACKIE- CERVINE, I-El-AND iLeel-- Triple E 4g French Club 3-43 tennis 2-3 QEJ- F. F. A. 43 judging, livestock 4. 4 KET. .asv -V' --arf -., AZN. -er :Cs 'J ""'.... s.,"s !w we -1 av 'ks Q7-.4 if 'rv ' - 4 Y. 'T' Rn-1' 14 Darlene Driver Mary Dunlop Penny Dyson lleqknmi Farrell Faye Ferguson Pat Celilen ,lean Cemmill Merle Gilmour jim Gratton James Green Karen Gregory Helen llaberinan Mike Haberman Vern Hagen Pete Hartman Barbara Hawks Helen Hedrick Donna Herrick 016 516 56 DRIVER. DARl.E'YE-- Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4: eborus 2-3-1: ensemble 2-3-4: Music Festival 2-3-41 Youtb and Government -1, Dl'Nl.Ol'. VARY -- Pep Club 2-3-41 l.atin Club 2-3: Homecoming planning committee 3, DYSON. MARY fll0llY1y l---- C.A.A. 2: Pep Club 2-3: Frencli Club 2-3: Tri-lli-Y fi: 1-liorus 3: ensemble 3-4: senior class play 4-1 all-sebool play 3: Music Festival 3-4: All-Norlbwesl Cliorus 4. l"ARREI.l,. ITEANNAW Freneli Club -1: 1'l1ol'lls 3-1: Nlusie Festival 3--1: transfer from Yukitnu lligli St-bool fi. FIERCISON. FAYE - Triple E 2. GEHLEN. PATRICIA tPatt-- Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Club 2: French Club 3: radio production 2-3-4: Student Leaders' Con- ference 2-3-4: A. S. B, Council 3: Homecoming planning eoininittee 2-3: tennis 2: exeliange student to Canada 15: .lunior Prom eonimiltee fl. llEMNlll,L. .lEANE'l"l'E tjeanr- - Frencll Club 2-3: Yaletlietorian -1. Gll.NIOl'R. NIERLE --'- Graduate of mill-term 1953, GRATTON. JIBIW Football 2 4121-3 lEl 1 basketball 2 1Et-3 4El- 4 QE? 3 baseball 3 IE!-4 1EI : l-etterinen's Club 2-3-4. tLRliEN.,IAfN1ES t.linit- Radio production 43 all-seliool play 4: transfer from Higlilantl lligli Seliool 4. GREGORY. KAREN- Chorus 2-3-43 ensemble 2-3-43 Homecoming planning committee 2-3: Klusie Festival 2-3-4: Kl3lli3Hl 2. IIABERNIAN. HELEN-M Pep Club 2-3--lg Cain Club 3: office assistant 4: class treasurer 4. IIABERKIAN. MICHAEL 1Nliket- Band 2-3-43 ensemble 2-3-4: Student Leaders' Conference 33 junior representative 33 Boys State delegate 33 Homecoming planning com- mittee 3g class vice-president 2g football 2 1EP- 3 KE? 3 Music Festival 2-3-43 All-State band 33 Festival band 33 pep band 2-3-4: dance band 2-3-43 chorus 43 I.ettermen's Club 2-3. llAfil':N. llloolyl-f Basketball 2-3-4 lEl 3 baseball 2-3 QE!-4 tEt3 Lettermen's Club 3-4. IIARTMAN, GEORGE lPeteP- Latin Club 23 French Club 3-43 junior librar- ian 43 track 2-3: Science Club 3: Electronics Club 4. HAWKS. BARBARA tliarbb- Pep Club 3-4: French Club 23 office assist- ant 4. HEDRICK. HELEN-W General Course. HERRICK. DONNAi Triple E 4g chorus 2-33 junior librarian 43 Music Festival 3. me gfmgtea HOOPFR. JUAN- l'en Club 2-3-4: French Club 3: Cam Club 2-3: radio production 2-3-4: Student Leaders' Con- ference 2--1: llomecoming planning committee 31 song leader 4: senior class play 1: all- school play 2: band 2-3: Music Festival 2: Qenior reception committee 2. HORNER. JANIE- Senior Ball committee 4. lll'ClllfS. S'l'ANLl'IY 4Stanl- Ceneral Course. JACKSON. NANCY - IN-p Club 4: French Club 3: Tri-lli-Y 31 Klzihiam 4: radio production 3-4: llomecom- ing planning committee 3: class treasurer 3: senior class play 4: all-school play 3-4: Junior l'rom committee 3: Yearbook Conference 4: Youth and Government 3: transfer from Lin- coln Iligh School. Tacoma. 3. JACKSON. ROGER --- Latin Club 3: l7.l7.A. 2-3: transfer from Kittitas High School 3. .lOl INSUN. CARI. fRit'hard I - Bulldog guard 2-3: F. F. A. 2-3: Student Lead- ers' Conference 3. JONES. ROBFIRTA lBcrt U- Secre-tarial Course, .ll NIP. BLliET'l'A- Pep Club 2-3--1: Cam Club 3: Klahiam 2-3-43 photography editor 11: Student Leaders' Con- fei'em't- -1-1 class secretary 2: sophomore dance comtnittee 2: Junior Prom committe-e'3: senior reception committee 2. KAY. ROGER- - llllllllltil guard 2-3-4: Student Leaders' Confer- cltcv 2-fl--1. KlCZlfl.lf. BARR.-XR.-K l.atin Club ZZ: Cam Club 3: F. ll. A. 2. KIBIJQH. ROBERT iBobl--- 'l'ran4fer from Kittitas lligh School l, KITTS. CAROLYN lCarolt-- Secretarial Course, KNLDSON. RAY - Chorus 2-3. KOOY. NEI.I.lE-- Triple E 3-4: junior librarian 4. Kl HNS. CARY-- Foolllallll-iblll haseball2iEJ-3llit-1lEl. LANIBI-IRT. CHARLOTTE-- Band 2-3-4: junior librarian 3: Music Fefti- val 2-3-4. LARKIN. LEE- Klahiam 4: transfer from Easton High School -1-. LUCAS. CAROL- Triple E 4: Latin Club 3: Science Club 3-4: transfer from Le College de Montreux. Mon- treux, Switzerland. 3. Joan Hopper Janie Horner Stanley Hughes Nancy Jackson Roger Jackson Carl Johnson Roberta Jones Bluetta Jump Roger Kay Barbara Kezele Robert Kibler Carolyn Kitti Ray Knudson Nellie Kooy Cary Kuhni Charlotte Lambert Lee Larkin Carol Lucas K- v. i -www' VW' an-as-'W i .sa- I -..-.-. ff- 1' .T .1 lst Ll 'ir ,v" ... ,uf ' t, fv- fi f -ei 'Q--SU' -av' XV. S' I5 A ,dsx f r 'F vfny 'ws' 1 .3149 ,ard Nav' B' 'Frm -hi S.. ,gs-..f'n I ' r s Y .4 " Y. 'f,...- rs. I6 lg. Roberta Lundstrom Pauline Lunstrum Jack Mackner Lois Malone Percy Martin Gordon Martinen Doug McConnell Gene McElfresh Sharley McMechan Duane Medved JoAnn Meek Sherrill Messinger Allen Mettler James Minton Ruby Monfort Nona Morgan Steve Morseth Chuck Moser W vufmin at LUNDSTROM. ROBERTA- y Pep Club 3-44 office assistant 4. LUNSTRUM, PAULINE- Latin Club 24 French Club 3. MACKNER, JACK- Football 3 QED-4 fEJ4 Lettermen's Club 3-4. MALONE, LOlS--- Klahiam 44 transfer from Highline High School 4. MARTIN, PERCY- Football 3 KE?-4 fEJ: track 2 lEl-3 lEl- 4 fEl. MARTINEN, GORDON 1GordyJ- A. S. B. Council 44 football 2tEJ-31El-4lEl 9 basketball 2-3 IE?-4 fEl4 track 34 exchange student to Canada 34 Lettermen's Club 2-3-4. MCCONNELL, DOUG- Chorus 24 class president 44 football 3 lEl4 4 QEJ4 track 34 senior class play 4g Music Festival 24 basketball 4 KEJ4 Science Club 2- 3-44 Lettermen's Club 2-3-4. McELFRESH, LEONARD lGenel- Bulldog guard 2-3-44 French Club 2-34 foot- ball 2-3, manager4 baseball 3-4, manager. McMECHAN, SHARLEY- Band 2-3-44 chorus 3-44 ensemble 2-3-44 Kla- hiam 24 Homecoming planning committee 2-34 Music Festival 2-3-44 pep band 2-3-4. MEDVED, DUANE fDeweyl- Latin Club 2g band 2-3-44 ensemble 2-3-44 track 3-44 Music Festival 2-3-44 pep band 2-3- 44 dance band 2-3-4. MEEK, JO ANN U01- Pep Club 2-3-44 Klahiam 2-3-44 business edi- tor 44 A. S. B. secretary 44 A. S. B. Council 44 Girls' State delegate 34 sophomore dance com- mittee 24 Junior Prom committee 34 Senior Ball committee 44 Amla Retam planning com- mittee 44 Latin Club 24 Student Leaders' Con- ference 4. MESSINGER, SHERRILL- French Club 2-34 chorus 2-3-44 Music Festi- val 2-3-4. METTLER, ALLEN- Bulldog guard 2-34 French Club 2-34 Home- coming planning committee 34 basketball 4 QED 4 tennis 3 QED-4 QED 4 sophomore dance committee 24 Junior Prom committee 34 Senior Ball committee 4. MINTON, JAMES Uiml- Bulldog guard 2-3-4. MONFORT, RUBY- French Club 2-34 Klahiam 24 all-school play 34 senior class play 4. MORGAN, NONA- Latin Club 24 Tri-Hi-Y 34 Klahiam 2-3-44 edi- tor 44 Yearbook Conference 4g Youth Legis- lature 3. MORSETH, STEVE- F. F. A. 2-3-44 football 3-4 QEJ. MOSER, CHARLES fChuckD- Football 3-4 CEJ . 6 guinea 'Nll'l.LlN. BARBARA! French Club 3--1: Cam Club 3: A. S. B. treas- urer 4: Student Leaders' Conference 4: Home- coming planning committee 2-3: all-school play 3: Junior Prom committee 3: Seabeck Con- ference 4. Nl'ill.SlfN. YYONNF Hlariel French Club 2-3: chorus 2-Il--1: Music Festi- val '5 4 Nl NLFY. JA UFS 4.lilnt Chorus 1: football 2-3: baseball 2. maui ti Klahiam -1: graduate of mid-terui 1957. KVCONNOR. LARRY Graduate of mid-term 1958. PATTFSON. JERRY-- Track 4. PATTERSON. ROlJNEY-- Bulldog guard 2: F. F. A. 2-3--L PFDHRSEN. JOYCE- Cam Club 3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4: Klahiam 3--1: Homecoming planning committee 3: sopho- more dance eoinlnittee 2: Junior Prom coin- mittee 3: Senior Ball conunittee-1. PICKAREK. fNlARl.l'INF--- Tri-lli-Y 3-4: band 2-3-4: Music Festival 2-3-4: pep band 2-3-4: ensemble 2: sophomore dance committee 2: Senior Ball committee 4. POLAND. RODNFY- Band 2-3-4: Music Festival 2-3-4. PRATT. KENT- Bulldog guard 2: F. F. A. 2-3-4: track 2-3 4El. Ql?ICKSALl.. RLTH- Junior librarian 3, RAALNI. CLFNDAH Pep Club 2-3: French Club 2-3: Cam Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3: chorus 2-4: Klahiam 2-3: Student Leaders' Conference 4: song leader 4: Music Festival 2-4: senior reception committee 2. RHODES. DONALD lDonl- Bulldog guard 2: Latin Club 2: Klahiam 2: A. S. B. president 4: Homecoming planning committee 3: Amla Retam planning commit- tee 4: basketball 2-3 flfl-4 tlil. captain: base- ball 2tEt-31151-4tEJ: senior class play 4: Seabeck Conference 4: Student Leaders' Con- ference 4. Ruiksrs. DZINTRA- French Club 2-3. RIKANSRUIJ. RAYMOND lRayt- - Bulldog guard 2-3: Hi-Y 2: Klahiam 2: Stu- dent Leaders' Conference 2: Homecoming planning committee 3: football 4. manager: sophomore dance committee 2: Junior Prom committee 3: Senior Ball committee -1. ROBBINS. SYLYIA 4Sylt- Pep Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2: office assistant 4: Klahiam 2: Junior Prom committee 3: Senior Ball committee 4. ROSSOW. NlARClA- Pep Club 2-3-4: Cam Club 3: band 2-3: office assistant 4: Klahiam 4: Homecoming Princess 3: yell leader 4: tennis 3: Music Festival 2-3: Bulldog Club representative 2: sophomore dance committee 2: Junior Prom committee 3. RUE. GARRYE French Club 4: Cam Club 2: tennis 2-3. Barbara Mullin Marie Nielsen James Nunley Larry O'Connoi' Jerry Putteson Rodney Patterson Joyce Pedersen Marlene Pekarek Rodney Poland Kent Pratt Ruthie Quicksall Glenda Raaum Don Rhodes Dzintra Rieksts Ray Rikansrud Sylvia Robbins Marcia Rossow Carry Rue Al'- 14" get 'S-53 af' V. WUI QQ? "I if-Q I8 ka " if-...ff Krfw-wha fs-Q-7-'FY .Fw Marla Rugh Elsie Scboessler LaVaughn Searcy Sandra Shaw Al Smith Gene Smith Bobbie Snowden Lou Ann Sullenger Nancy Summa Sandy Thomas Bill Tozer David Tozer .lim VanBrunt llarold Voris Hill Wales Ricky Walton Bill Wan Freddie Watterson MZ fam!! . RIICH. MARIA-- Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2: Student Leaders' Conference 2-33 Homecoming planning committee 2-33 yell leader 43 class vice-president 3. SCHOESSLER. ELSIE- Cam Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 23 F. Il.A. 2-33 junior librarian 33 Student Leaders' Conference 2. SEARCY. I.lI.I.lAN fLaVaughnI- Triple E 43 F. ll. A. 3-43 chorus 2-3-4: ensem- ble 3-43 senior play 4: Music Festival 2-3-4: All-Northwest Chorus 4. SHAW. SANDRA tSandyl- Pep Club 2-3-43 Latin Club 23 office assistant 4g Girls' State delegate 33 Homecoming l'rin- cess 23 yell leader 43 class secretary 33 tennis 2 IE!-3 IEI3 Bulldog Club representative 4: sophomore dance committee 2: Junior Prom committee 3. SMITH. ALBERT tSmittyt--- Band 2-3-43 A. S. B. vice-president 4: Home- coming planning committee 33 football 2 IED- 3 IEP-441233 basketball 3 IEI-4 IEI3 track 3412!-4lEl3 basketball Inspirational Award 33 Music Festival 2: dance band 2-4: Letter- men's Club 2-3-4. SMITH, CENE- Ceneral Course. SNOWDEN. ROBERT lBobl--- Bulldog guard 23 tennis 2. SLLLENGER. LOU ANN lLoul- Triple E 3-43 Tri-Hi-Y 4. SLMMA. NANCY iNancel- Pep Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 23 chorus 2-3-4. THOMAS. SANDY- Triple E 43 F. H.A. 3: chorus 2. TOZER. BILL- - Bulldog guard 2-3-43 F. F. A. 3-4. TOZER, DAVID- Bulldog guard 2-3-43 F. F. A. 3-43 chorus 2-33 track 23 Music Festival 2-3. VAN BRENT. JIM- Bullclog guard 2-3-43 chorus 2-3-43 Homecom- ing planning committee 33 Amla Retam plan- ning committee 43 sophomore dance commit- tee 2g junior Prom committee 33 Senior Ball committee 43 track 2-3 IEI3 Music Festival 2-3-4. VORIS. HAROLD-- Ceneral Course. WALES. BILLY- Bullilog guard 23 radio production 33 Boys' State delegate 33 Homecoming planning com- mittee 2-33 class president 23 basketball 23 sophomore dance committee 23 Junior Prom committee 3. WALTON, RICHARD tRiekl- Bulldog guard 2g F. F.A. 23 radio produc- tion 43 llomecoming planning committee 33 class president 33 Junior Prom committee 33 Senior Ball committee 43 basketball 4 IEI. WATT. WILLIAM lBillJ- Bulldog guard 2-3-43 office assistant 33 radio production 2-3-43 Science Club 2-3: Electron- ics Club 4. WATTERSON. FREDDIE- Cam Club 33 chorus 2-3-43 Music Festival 2-3-4. Q lfL6iii0lfL . Vern Weber Clydene Webster Harriet Wells WEBER. VERNON tSpidvrt- Latin Club 4: F.F.A. 2-34: band 2: Musiv Festival 2. WEBSTER. CLYDENE Pep Club 3-4: Tri-lli-Y 2-31 Cam Club 3: Klahiam 4: A.S.B. Ctwlirwil 3: llmrwumlingz planning: committee 3: sv-ninr rc-vc-ptiun vuln- mittef- 2: snpbnnmre dance cornmittf-c' 2: Jun- . . . ' " 'l' l : mr Prom committee 3: Bllllfl0W Club repre- Jddx W memrq sentative 2-3-li. F Nancy Willson ,XFIAISA HARRIETi lxivhard W oudy Trislli-Y 4: 4-lmrus -1: Niusit' Festival -1: trans- fer from Franklin lligh Svluml. Seattle-. fl. Wlll'l'Elll'R5T. ffllAlil.ES f.la1'kI--- Bulldog guard 2-3-el: lf, F. A. 2-3-si. WILSON. NANCY-V French Club 2-3: Tri-lli-Y 3-4: junior librar- ian 3: office assistant 1: Bulldog Club repre- sentative -1: Xytilllll and Uuvernurent -1. WVUOUY. Rllfllfilill tllivlxl Bulldog guard 2: vlmrus 12-3-4: Music Festiial ' ' 2-3-4: soplnmiure dance committee 2: ,luniur Jamce Vcjrguin Prom committee 3. Darlene youme WORGPNI. ,IANICE ljants- General Course. Y0l NIE. DARLENEW French Club 2: radio production 2-3, Garnett Ziska i Zlsgfii Cliiili .2-3: fiilorus 24 school spirit owferflowed when the Seniors made a flaming eniemle ' u lc L5t'Val234' E for our final home football game with Cle Elum. 1141 if-!'.v-:-' 4, . i lui,-.,-s . 'ff ,-ERE, 'F' i , v . -5 .ff ' 1 inf'-,QS 2 Q. .x . mc- 'Q s Q 'T' s 'I .7 s .41 -fr .1 -A I X I K ,ff 1- Jutiy Alter ,sr Q' llorotliy Archer Sandra Arnlioltl 'Yaxrivy Bacon joan Baker , s, .5 4 , 2 1' '. X Anona Bangs Y... l"re-tl Barnhart .lim Harnhart Kon Bartak llonnu Bt-nfl:-r Micky Bonn:-tt ,us "' 3 4 q ' Barbara Blattner of ,-I , 1, ,,. f Laura Braate-n Don Brown V N Q Ann Bruketta lfLlfLLO'C.4 lfLL 6 ii C 34.4. Class of '58 The Junior Class swung into action xsith a class meeting lfelvruary lil, At this meeting they made plans for collecting: the class clues and ordering Class rings for the next year. The prom was a whooping success with its committees working late into the night to make it the most with novel decora- tions. entertainment. and programs. Graduation day found memhers of the class arranging flowers for the graduation activities. err art the Junior Class offieers: Gary Marquissee. treas- er latin Moe. viee-presirlf-nt: Mike Lyons. president: ami Bei flioyce. secretary: as they lmromsefl around the llliralx one bleak winter day. 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""x .S sf' 1 Hx.-4 fs ' ,,...a :Aga .40- The Fophuinore Class officers. l,imla Anderson. vice-president: Steve Cage. president: Darrel Eason. treasurer: ,lan Nnhlc. secretary: are planning for a class meeting. 26 - 6' -. - 'ns X. 1 s f. 51 ,.f'x QM .rar- E51 - 1 'i ,An 594' n RWM .2 4: , V I V 'tv l t uf vff' f Class of '59 The Sophomore tllass will he the first group of students to go three years in our new high school. Keeping up with the theme iiltis New." they decided to start a neerlefl committee, wllhe Acquaintance Committee." which welcomes neu students and makes them feel at home. Whenever a play. dance. or sports event took place. the sophomores did their hest to surpass the juniors and seniors, They were a lively hunch. always around helping to increase the school spirit. IAQ .40 0'lfIfL0'C6 C 6.4.4 'llm in y Adsley fa ' ' Don Allred K 2 l.in4la Anderson Q- 3 Q- 'A L' 'i in ' C up J 5' Bill Baker ,Z 1, y i L. - ', ' F' 5 Av A-. 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Allllllllgll fillorus. llaud. Klaliiaru and many otlicrs are in the clcctiw curriculum. they are included in this Section laecausc they also required many outside hours of work. practice, and activity. .yprw If'l'l Rami. Prp Rami. and Danve Band. w nfl: Srimlgruxs alily clii'vvtf'd tlif- Cun- liwo allaarliiml I'llIN'l'l'lN Sxvrf' pr:--z-iilvil uncli-i' liis cliiw-i-tiim :luring tlie- ye-air. lille forvign language Ivavlwii at If. ll. 5, was Crrulil l,llllH'f'11lH' mlm fillml in liia 4-xlra time- lay vuavliing ilu- Se-niur Play anil zulvising Iliff l'iI'l'l'H'll anfl l,atin fflulis. x ll:-ailing llu- Mwatinnal Agrii'ullui'al Department in liif tliirlietli your at E. H. S.. J. Arthur Johnson was the C0- advisor for the boys in Future Fariners of America. iff? '51 'AN Revealing the Secreis of Biology lu the Sopliuiiiivu-s. liirgil Purnell tauglit fiiur classes in Biology and spent any :pare timv cleaning the beautiful aquarium. Lina lfifkirzx taught Beginning Sliurl- hand, Advanced Sliorlhand and Typing. Composition 11. and Literature 4. Lnder her advifurship, Triple E carriffd un its activities. 41 Q . .1 - Ihr- l'.x:-viitiw .X.5.l5. l.oun1'1l. Hairliara Nlullin. treastirr-i': .lo Ann Nl:-1-lx. sf'1'l't'IAlt'j2 lin-elxy Shaw. sophomore rcp1'e-sz-iitatiw: -' Allen Faltus. junior representa- tive: Alhcrt Smith. vice-p1'esi- dent: Xlr. Brown. ailsisor. and Z-4 Don Html.-s. president. I A VA . 'U 1, 'f " W ' gw4V,,,Q.v f- ' Associated Student Body The A. S. B. put their heads together this year to come up with some very new ideas. The pass sale went well. and the magazine sale was the higgest ever. nearly dou- hling last yearis total. 'LAmla llc-tam." just an infant at F. H.S.. teetered on its new legs hut proved a huge suc- cess. taking the place of pep week and homecoming. Triple E Vi'ishing to aid their school. the twenty-two service minded Triple F girls sold candy. assisted teachers. made coffee for the teachers' lunchroom. designed hulletin hoards. and ushered at haskethall games and other such functions. Triple F. open to any sophomore. junior, or senior girl. is advised hy Mrs. Wilkins. The following are members of Triple E- -Firxl mu? Mrs. Wilkins. advisor: lhrbara llavis, Lavaughn Searcy, secretary-treasurer: Jennie Anthony, presidentg Mardelle Lewis. vicerpresident. Second mir: Nellie Kooy. Sharon Quicksall. Ann Bruketta. Sandy Thomas. Kirsten Hanson, Harriet Henline, Donna Herrick. Lanette Kay. and Genevieve Bruce. Third row: llelen Hedrick, Lou Ann Sullenger. Nellie Kooy, Dorothy Gratten. Roberta Davis, Pat Hawkins, Jackie Dreyer, Margie Engel. and Gladys Gratton. 3 .Jin Catlicred about Pat Cehlen. who is giving them pointers. are the memliers of Radio Production class. Firsl rmrf ,lud Weaver. .leanie Smith. Pandra Turley. Rarhara Akins. Darlene Field. Ricky Walton. Sharon Shull. l'at Cehlen. Ronnie Brooks. and Rar- ry Carlson. Second rozr: -Iflf' Stoltman. Cary Nlarquissee. Doial Fields. Charlotte llansen. jim Crm-n. Connie- Sparks. ,lay Roh- erts. l.ef- Nlclflfresh. Kerry Petr:-. and Totn tfleman. S QRS Radio Production hlfllensburg High on Stage" was heard every Thurs- day at 7:00, over station KXLE. The radio class wrote, acted and produced their shows from their own studio and console. Noon music, a program of school news, and the school bus serenade were spring events. The class was advised by Miss Argall. l Q I taxi 1 Bulldog Guard 'LWorkf' was the chief project of Bulldog Guard. a school service club. Their many activities included selling tickets. checking passes. and being on hand in case of an emergency at all home games. Yet. the club was not all work. The initiation party in the spring for new members proved to be a comical event. Taking time out from a meeting, the Bulldog Guard pose for their picture. Front row: Mr. Purnell, advisorg Ricky Farmer. .lerry Prall, .lohn Williams, ,lim Minton, captaing Fred Barnhart, ,lim VanBrunt, and ,lim Barnhart. Second rou': lalarry Butler, Lanny Mills. second lleuten antg Gunar Reiksts, Cecil Conser, first lieutenantg Robert Palo, Wayne Cox, Robert Cook. Ken Wilkins, Mike Dunning, David Tozer, Doug Troxel, and Mr. Bamhill, advisor. + e--414 nn.-or 17' ri, . '-1 TJ., !, .4048 T Abi- 41 v 1. The following are members of the KLAHIAM staffslfirsr row: Nona Morgan. editor: Jeanie Smilh. and CHFOIYH NCWSCl1W3ndff- 52601111 'UW5 Jo Ann Meek, Christine Chase, and Barbara Blattner. Third roir: Shirley Wales. Bonnie Bryant, and Linda Anderson. branding.: Mary Pedersen, Lois Malone, Judy Main, Agnes Traminel. Bluetta Jump. Joyce Pedersen, Clydene Webster, Larry O Conner. and Doug Mchonnell. Klahiam Vlvrite-ups due? Ads sold? The direetory out? The Klahiam staff xi as plagued with deadlines the year 'round to luring to snbsr-rilmers a directory in February and the Kllilllillll. the lf. fl.S. yearbook in the spring. The staff eonsisted of twenty-two rnernlu-rs under the leadership of Nona Morgan. editor. Jo Ann Nleek. business editor. and liluetta Jump. photography editor. The annual staff was advised by Mr. Kilrlme. 4 , Y ,..,,v.., V ,.,.,. 5 ' '1 , ,1 Jiri 1 Latin Club Rosa. rosae. rosam. was a familiar chant coming: from the Latin room this year. The purpose of Latin Club was to promote the interest of high school students in Latin, to enrich their knowledge. and to stimulate an interest in lloman culture and history. This year's club. made up of first year members. held the annual Latin lianquet in the spring for one of its activities. 5 The following are members of W Latin Club-?FirxI row: Sheila ' i" ' Roan. vice-president: l'at Shea. ,. Gerry Reitsch. and Becky Shaw. Sw-mzrl ron: Gerald Anderson. N' ' Georgia Xleilander. seeretary- treasnrer: Sherry Crawford. pres- ident: john Killian. and lloli 'Y U an . Q . "f:, ,,' t V. 'R,.,, it in Kerr. Third ron : David Nanve. Linda Anderson. linda W4-luster. Cecil ffonser. and Waller .lark- ..,,,,,M, 7- . - f I 4 -M "W-'wry ww... 'W ff 5 as -. . . ., son. lfoizrrfi run: Yern Weber. ef ' 'if ' "' Margie ling:-l. pil:-ne Purnell, -,. 1 . E '--5 .. D E Margie Uien. Sandy llertz. Mar- " V fi eia Nielson. Bumlin' liroolis. Bair- ,- . aLlviSor. f .a 'ix v "' I M X Q ' X ' J J ' if.. , , ' f" bara McQueen. Jack Fitterer, Bob Wells. and Mr, Lalirecque. in 2 Lettermen's Club The Lettermen's Club chose nominees for Amla Retam Royalty. At other times they could be found selling pro- grams at athletic events and polishing the school trophies and plaques. The annual highlight of the year was the boat ride for all members in the spring. The advisors for the club were Mr. Rowley and Mr. Sorenson. The following are nn-lnlwrs of l'ep tflub-lfirsr f1lll'f Sanily Shaw. livr- nailine Nlitcliell. Marla Hugh. llill Nlullin. Darlene Fielml. Nlarcia Ros- soxs. anrl Nliss Sliuck. their atlxisor. Secoml mic: Bonnie Bryant. Carolyn Newschwanrler. Jane Heaton. Phyllis Baile-s, Ann Brulxetta. .lanice Kle- fioury. anil Barbara Xlct-liim'ii. Tlzinl roll : Helly Smith. joan llalwr. Karen Martinen, lllyilene We-luster. ire-as, urcr: and Cliristine Chase. Fourth row: Nan Crumlen. Linda Anderson. Charlotte Hansen. Bluetta jump. l'at Celilen. clrill mistress: Carol May- berry. and Ali-ne Purnell. Fifth mir: Linrla Shull. Cecelia Antonopoulos. Judy ffonnot. Roberta l.unstruni. l.inila Webster. jill llauley. and Famly Hertz. Sixrh roux' Barbara Akins. Jeanie Smith. Nancy Jackson. Lara Nation. Jan Noble. Laurie Coad. secretary: anal Juily Davis. Seventh rozr: Karen Kuclienbui-li. Helen Haberman, vice-presirlentg Kristin Bailey. Christie llitchcock. Muriel Brown. Nlary Sue Nl:-Mahan. aml ,lurly Main, Tlu- following uri' nn-nilwrs of l.ette-unc-n's fflub: ,Xlln-rl Smith. Doug Nlr-Connell. Mike Xlajor. L secretary-treasurer: Cari Xlar- ! quissr-1-. presiilcntg .lat-lx Nlaclv .Q ner. vice--presiilf-nt: Dick llavis. Barry Carlson, -i-rgeant-at-irins: lnil liorilon Xlgirfini-ni As -MA : A - Q' '01 Pep Club Promoting pep for all the sports. Pep Club was on hand to cheer the Bullclogs on to many victories. Pep Club chose new outfitsvffviliite niitltly blouses, blue ties. and navy blue skirts. Their successful funtl raising proj- ect was selling: the "Worlds lfinest Chocolates." This annual spring sports banquet climaxed their activities. All decked out in their uniforms are the members of Band. First row: Howard Yetter. Ellen Anderson. Preston Williams, Tom Curtis, Camy Crane, Sandy llertz, Cece Antonopoulos, and J. D. Berry, Second row: Alice Sparks. Bill Stern. Duane Medved. Jim Barnhart, Doreen Ed- wards, Marlene Pekarek, Mike llaberman, Bob Wells. Pat Rein, and Larry lnks. Third row: Joan Kibbe, Lynne Mann, Barbara Emerson, Linda Lyons, Ray Wilson, Bill Mundy. Eugene Rairdan. Bryce llerbst. Jerold Anderson. l'andra Turley. and Richard Jones. Band Besides participating in concerts and a spring music contest, the band took part in a 'glleading Clinicf, had an exchange concert with the Sumner band here, and traveled to Idaho for an exchange concert with the Mos- cow High School band. The Pep Band, Dance Band, ensembles, and soloist were in demand throughout the entire year. Bulldog Club A chili feedl A free dancel These activities. spon- sored hy Bulldog Cluh. were enjoyed hy the students of lil-LS. The members met the first Monday of every month to plan the dances which were held after home games or every Friday at the YMCA from 9 to 12. A novelty this year -was the drawings held at every dance for cash prizes. This was a typical scene at a Bull- dog Club meeting. Front I'0Il'.' Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Neilson. advisors: Sandy Shaw, vice-presidentg Clydenc Webster. president: Cathy Moe. sec- retary, Gayle Kastninfr. treasurer: Allen Faltus. Rosemary Wliley. and Becky Shaw. Second f01l'.' Jerry Reitsch. Stan Smith. Nancy Wilson. Barbara Akins, John Killian. Judy Main. and Sandy llertz. On this side are, first row: Charles jeans, Charlotte Lambert. Sharley McMechan. Mary Sue McMahan. Connie Sparks, and Bev Choyce. Seeonzl f'0Il'f Pat Lyons. Ron Bartak. Rodney Poland. David Kanyid. Phil Fusselinan. jeff Whitman. Emily Winterer. Bob Sheckler. Harold Thomas. and Darwin Mclntosh. Thin! rozr: Jud Weaver. Martha Dyson. Carole Hopkins. Tony Adsley. Duane jones. Albert Smith. llarold Bennett, Mike Lyons, and Alec Stewart. Future Farmers of America 'hffome on. let's be topslv was a typical statement of thirty-Iwo members organized a basketball team. had a the I".l".A. boys. Their purpose was to practice brother- lively initiation. a Christmas party. a parent and son hood. honor. rural responsibilities. and to develop lead- banquet, a farewell banquet for the seniors and many ership. This club was not all work and sweat, though. The other activities. 'Q-'TQ fi.. i 5 t l The following: are members of lf. l".A.-- ' fi 3 First role: .Ierry Jollo. treasurer: lleinie Kloeke. Bob lNlorg:an. Ronnie Fritseh. Fred W A A Kilmer. .laek Kooy. and ,Iolm Mapes, Ser- Y ' ' 1 If 7 , et f ond rout' .laek Wliitf-liiirst. Rodney l'atter- gt ,Y., fwfr N " 'l , . A r 1 son. Cary Starkovieh. Larry Bland. presi- I ' 1 df? . " . dent: Kent Pratt. and Mr. Forrester. ad' jg. .X 33, 1 Q t 5 ' 'V -- visor. Thirrl ruff: Les Sorenson. Dan Brun- ,filifi-fri i K . u ir' gg.-ii? ff '..f LL- A i 'K A 2: ,L '-ff son. secretary: Lee Cervine. viee-president: Sig' 121' i, . A, 'Q 31-ff" ' " A 'H' "" Vern Wie-ber. Alva llowe. Larry lfleteher. hfigilji tg! jjj , , , Mr.. ,5 1 A .. I . '- ' and Mtrton Stampfly, V , I , 9, ff, t Wh! il'lu' ivflv xvgilyf V! all Mm? A -t. Chorus With their new facilities, the chorus presented an opera. "Amahl and the Yight Visitorsil in penthouse style. and a special Christmas carol assembly for the students. Both were under the direction of Mr. Fdward C. Camealy. Six mem- bers of the group were accepted for the All-Northwest Chorus in Boise. ldaho. li.H.S. was also well represented in the music contest by many solos and two ensembles. The new practice rooms enabled more students to work on ensemble and solo work. Front rote: Nance lflilridgre. Bonnie Brooks. Nancy Summa. Karoline l'edersen. Norma Gibb. Noel Nieholi. Karen Nlartinen. Shirley Caub. .ludy Foley. Avon l'attt-son. Kristine Ilall. and Barbara McQueen. St'1'0lI!1 mir: Kirsten llansen. Sharley Nlt-Nleelian. Garnett Ziska. Xluriel Brown. Katherine l't-dersen. ffolleen llaines. Yiola Coodsel. Barbara ffarlson. Carolyn Newseliwander. l.2lYt1llfllll't Searcy. Miriam Watson. Karen Gregory. llarriet Wells. Pat Yan Dorn. Patty Prater. and Barb Wheeler. Third role: lfloist' Ellison. Kristin Bailey. Jim Nunley. Stan Smith. John Williams. Tom Clemens. Byron Tlltlllllii. Nlike llaberman. Paul Charlton. Freddie Watterson. Bill Borger. Doug Troxel. John Sutherland. tleeelia Antonopoulos. Rozanna Tozer. and Jeanie Smith. Fourth mltx' Dt-Anna Farrell. Marie Nielsen. Sher- rill Xlessingrer. Charlotte Perry. Terry Randall. Janice Xlcffoury. Fred Barnliart. Jim YanBrunt. Ed Carroll. Robert l'alo. George Cross. Roger Edwards. Richard Woody. Midge Summa. Judy Moser. Glenda Raaum. Gayle Kastningr. and Judy Main. Nlr. Camealy was the advisor. with Darlene Driver at the piano. French Club Anyone interested in mountain climb- ing? This year the French Club initiates decked themselves out in mountain climbing equipment consisting of lier- muda shorts, short skirts. low-cut blous- es, and carried rope. 20 feet long. The purpose of French Club was to create more interest in the French language and literature. The main activity of lfrench Club was a banquet in the spring given in honor of the first and second year students and the faculty. The following are members ol French Club- Firxt mir: Judy Cannot, Anona Bangs, Nance Eldridge. Carole llopkins, Martha Dyson, Camy Crane. Barbara Mullin. Genevieve Bruce, and Dorothy Uratton. Second mic: Jackie Dreyer, Bev Lllioyce, Muriel Brown, Sally Farmer, 'fer- ry Kandall, Charlotte llansen, and Carol May- berry. ,lu lb Electronics Club A club neuly initiated at lf. H.S. this past year. was the Flectronics Cluh. They hegan their activities tlctoher l2. and adopted the motto: "To further the interest ol' electronics at lf.ll.S." At the dedication the Inernhers constructed a short wave set and receixed congratulations on the neu high school from many cities and ton ns. Det-ply engrossed in a tletnunstratiun are the incinhers ol lil'-cminf ics liluh. Ifront row: l'z-nny Button. liarhara tlarlson. sewretary- treasurer: Nlr. Cope. utlvisurg and P4-tc llurtlnan. St'l'0lIlIl'l1It'f Bolt Kihler. tiarul Lucas. Doug Mctionnell. Barry Carlson. Alec Stewart. and Mike Lyons. prcsiclcnt. Third rout: Bill Watt. Roger Jackson. and Preston Williams, vice-president. wiivt r ,,,.,. 4 ' '-L f, 6 M.-4 1 1 an-r'fY"f ' Y' A , L ,M f , W WWA", ,,,. ,f ,,,0vW If :gn M ,f ,,...-f-' I W. ,L y,,,,.f- 'A " mf.,-' 'N ,. ref nz . . QQ? wwwgzw . ,L,X .V fafifzagelifg -,-, , M A I 11? IA Lx all Tllf' tlllrll l't'1'lIDl1'lll lll Ll,l1llll1 llllx Y M, nf'y l'Nl'llUNNNlllIi. 'lrlwl l tlllflrl. Nils llll lx from Ll yvill' lll NLlll'. Ill- twllgllt lll-ll-ly. flivivs. anll llllsillvs- l.gm :lull li :-4v lluln- ics. I-.5 ,. ,,......, .-.. .........s.M..-Q-...,,.... -il' www' , .M Stan SOTPIISUII 1'lPl1l'llt'4l llll' Xllfxllf' llas- W ky lullllall IQ'lllll Llnll llll' ll Slllliltl lmllllall lll ll: tall llt xllltllf lll Ili tml md Clxlvs. allcl was vu-uelxlsl-l' 1-t l.4'lll'IA- mens Llub. AA L 5+ oachlng football lst nlx lll lll Stu VW' f RIIIilf'l'..S I'l'5Il4lllFllllllll!'N. lll- all-U lillljllll , classes in typing. assistm-ll with lmslwt- 4 ,Q fl ball coaching, and advised lllt' I.4-ttcr- I . " men's Club uni Q it 16 f , I ' Along with lf'iil'llll'lg l'llysi1'-. xliilll i Q Q A Analysis. Algebra. Yl1l'lglIl1tbI'llt'll'f. and A Cennlelry. ffffflfl' flflalrwotli mall-ln-d the track Sillllltl uml usslsle-tl l'tlil4'llll1g the flmlllall lvillll. ClfIy1l'c's Bulfvr, tllc Girls' llelultll and Pllysluul lillllfiillilll lC2l1'llf'I'. also coached Illt' lvnnis. and advist-ll tlll- sung leaders and tllc Girls' Aillll-liv .-'lssuula' tion. lx 'QQ- l QA X57 in ffm A' A. I ' J .r T .. , A .. t f -s - . A 'L 5 ' sf V i - 1 X Q' "'d' 'F ' l w 1 f - . r-,jet ' I " ., w . .5 AQ W 5 ' W - - f Q q " Q .4 Q' " " . 1 . 21+ 5- "" '- 5' Left to right, first row: Coach Stub Rowley. Barry Carlson. Cordon Nlartinen. Dick Davis. Dennis Bailey. Doug Meflonnell. Albert Smith. Percy Martin. Chuck Moser. Sam Chandler. Steve Morseth. and Cary Kuhns. Seeoml rout Assistant Coach Stan Sorenson. Cecil Cunser. Dale Grant. Charles Fisk. Rodney Robbins. Cary Marquissee. Phil Fitterer. Allen Olander. Nlikt- Nlajor. Phil Fusselman. John We-hly. and Doug Kunz. Third mir: Assistant Coaeh Archer Andreotti. John Mapes. Cary Borgstahl. Tony Wilson. Bill Baker. Jack Fitterer. Bolt Kerr. Brad Rive. l.arry Klad- niek. Roy Yedonne. and Loren Rhodes. Fourth rmr: Carl Phillips. Pat lfarmer. ffraig lleimhigner. Roger lftlwards. Manager Ray Rikansrud. ,lim Mapes. Manager Diek Baker. ,laek Davis. Ron Patteson. Teil Jensen. and john llahertnan. I I ' Ted Jensen came to a grinding halt as the referee prepared to signal 56 Grldlron another six points for us against the Marquette Squires. P The Bulldogs started fall turnouts with a small squad that needed a repair joh due to valuable drop-outs suffered through the summer. The Ellens- hurg coach. Mr, Rowley. and his-assistants. Nlr. Sorenson and Mr. Andreotti. were prepared for a long tough season. hut were pleasantly surprised with a satisfying fourth place. They started out the season with a hang hy heating West Valley. a new team in the division. For the next two games lfllens- hurg's luck ran a little low with losses to Marquette 4 and Wapato. Then the Bulldogs snapped hack with a win over Sunnyside and a much talked ahout 25- 19 victory over Naches. a team favored to top the league. From then on things went pretty smooth with wins over Grandview and Highland, and a tie with Prosser. This. however. left the Bulldogs a lit- tle too Confident as they entered the annual hattle 5 with Cle lflum and the Warriors capitalized on it hy handing them an infuriating defeat. Un the whole it was an enjoyable and successful foothall season. 42 QM A0 6, Wm Wzflr if 1956 Bulldog Schedule September Here- VK est Valley' 0 ,,,,,,,A,,,,........ lfllensburg l3 September 2l. There-- Marqllette l9 September 23. Here- Wapato 25 October 5 There Qunm lcle I2 October l2 There Nache 19 October l9 Here Frandueu 0 October 26 There Proeeer 13 'November 2 Here H1 bland 6 November 10 There Lle Elum 20 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,t,.,...l:lllenSb11rf' 6 H.,,,,M,,...,,,..lfllenSlulrf' 7 Dennis Bailey Barry Carlson Fllenqbur Sam Lhandler Cecxl Conser Ellen bur 25 Fllensbur 34 Fllenebur ll Dick Dau Ellen bur 52 Phil Fmeru Ellenebur 0 'TF W L. R1 cl Rubbnn DlCk Davn and Pcrcy Martin knmelmed clown thle fle Elum pass VLCCEAA H1463 LZZ Zdll Whlle the team warmed up the songleaders lead the crowd In a rousing school song 1956 Bullpups Schedule GI1dlIOn Honors October l There Marquette 0 October lv There 1 le l' lum li October Z2 Here W apato 0 l' llensburg 18 l' llen bur l lllensburg 0 Lhosen for thelr outstandlng vsork ln football Barry Larl son and Albert Smlth were named to the All State Team as tackle and flrst alternate I'8SIlCCllVCly At the annual football banquet Percy Martm was presented tslth the Blockm Award and Albert Smlth the Iusplratlonal Award Selected as the team 31 'C 44 We gf N' Cary Kuhn ack Nlackmr Mike Nla r Cary VN dlqlll Perm 'Nlartm Gord n Nlarllmn x' Doug Nlcfonnell Steve lt r :tl I T. 2 ,,,,,e l l f ,,,, I , S, g fi ' 3 ' 1 S I '. October 29, Here ........ Cle Elum 24 .... Ellensburg 12 captains this year were Gordon Martinen and Barry Carlson. 1, . 2 , , .-, Q so fs- " 1 'jo .ll ' 'ssee Q l Q Q - t ,sm ' ' 0 3 , '. 4 I A . 0 , ' I ': f V V f lu S ' l 5 - 1- X .- fm! with 6 M vi 02. . gm ta ,Q ffhuvk Hem-r v I I, Allen Ulamh-r Is -I -Q xg' Luren Rhmles Rnd Ruhhinf ' -'S Albert Smith ' ,Inhn Webley The mighty Bulhlngxx picked up the shrecls nf the file- lflum Wiarriors during: u skit put nn bythe Pep ffluh Girls. The West Valley Rumf were hot un the heelg of Gurv Klar- As Gary Nlarquissee rounded the right enrl I ' f , 1 -A A I at full tilt. he braced himself for a collision qulxwee If le IN? with the Grandview linehlocker. Opllil' .using 'L dub ab downfxeld protection. 45 130' ' Nt - i A51 .J . J ,, X LJ? ' Qfra x ,, . 'L x",, I4 , . lf? , a 7 C 40 are 'ilhf A- ers? -"""1v L..- - M," S22 Left to right, first row: Jack Fitterer, Allen Mettler. Mike Major, Cary Marquissee, and Cordon Martinen. Second row: Manager Ricky Walton. Albert Smith. Barry Carlson. ,lim Cratton. and Phil Fitterer. Third row: Don Rhodes. Doug McConnell. Dick Davis. Vern Hagen. and Roger Gardinier. Hoop Season The new gym was introduced to pounding balls and frantic yells as the 1956-57 basketball season got under way. After Stan Sorensorfs Bulldogs first league game triumph over Yakima. hopes soared. Spirits reached such heights that even the next three losses handed to the El- lensburg team by Kennewick, Wapato, and Sunnyside could not dampen them. The rest of the season resembled an animated thermometer. A win over Pasco preceded losses to Richland and Yakima. The Kennewick victory balanced the defeat from Wapato. With the win over Sunnyside, the future looked brighter. When the final gun ended the Pasco game. Ellensburg led. This win gave us hopes, of being in the tournament. The following game with Richland ended in a defeat for the Bulldogs, placing them in a three-way tie for fourth place. The final game was a victory for Sunnyside, thus knocking Ellensburg from the running for the Valley Tournament. Although our team didn't make the tournament this year, the kids and fans of E. H. S. witnessed a highly successful season. V fl Barry Carlson Dick Davis Rr N. I ax '-'fm' 00 4013.4 . 1956-57 Bulldogs Schedule Dec. 7. Dec. 8. Dec. 14. Dec. 15 Dee. 21. Dec. 22. Dec. 27 Dec. 28. Jan. 4. Jan. 5. Jan. ll. Jan. 12, jan. 19. Jan. 25, Feb. 1, Feb. 2, Feb. 8. Feb. 9. Feb. 16. Feb. 22, Feb. 25, lqfwm Here .. There Here .. There . There . Here .. Here ,. Moses Lake 48 ........EllenslJurg 52 ...........Wenatchee 49...,...,Ellensburg 41 ...Cashmere 46 Moses Lake 55 ....Cle Elum 58 .,Wenatehee 48 ....Cle Elum 43 ........EllPI'lSlJllI'g1 48 ........Ellenshurg 47 ........Ellensburg 41 .......,Ellenshurg 52 ........Ellensbui-g 33 ........EllenSburg 58 ........Ellensburg 46 .,.,....Ellensliurg 48 ...,...,Ellensb11rg 46 ........Ellensburg 35 ....,..,Ellensburg 47 ........Ellensburg 46 ,..,.,,.Ellensburg 4-3 ........Ellensburg 64 ....,,... Wapato 58 ........ Ellensburg 52 ........Ellensburg 55 ...........Pasco 32........Ellensburg 53 There ,.,.,.,., Cashmere -19 llere ........ Yakima 40 There . .Kennewick 52 There ........ Wapato 64 Here ........ Sunnyside 44 There . ...,........ Pasco 37 Here ...,...,.. Richland 74 There ......... Yakima 51 Here ..Kennewick 61 Here There . ........ Sunnyside 51 Here .. There ..... .......... R ichland 72 Yakima ..,,......... ix! ..,.....Ellensburg 48 ...Sunnyside 51 ........ Ellensburg 37 Q! E ' . 16's xx X 1 . R if -1 'Q 5 2 30 iqhmflpl jack Fitterer ,I im Gratton Gary Marquissee, Cordon Martinen, Allen Mettler, R , . Phil Fitterer Vern Hagen Don Rhodes, Albert Smith. PW Roger Gardmler Doug McConnell l X., ,. lv ...J x and U sz fl i?:N1 1 EW ! uuxiv' e-ee 4 v0vvuvn47 .-I and. 1 Al Smith looked on as Don Rhodes looped another pin-point hook high over the head of the Cashmere center. Vern Hagen clenched his teeth in determination as he brought down a Sunnyside rebound in our playoff game at the end of the season. Q47 HW Q75 . . fi O at x. ,wt f Seven o'C1ock Activity The l956-57 season found Stub Row- ley and his Rnllpups on a new floor. Al- though the team was composed mostly of sophomores. the season started off with high hopes. The Bullpnps played well and came off the floor victoriously. Then in the latter part of the season they hit a losing streak. which haunted them. They fought hard. hut the games were lost hy a small heartbreaking margin. At the close of the basketball season, the liinllpnps had a 7-13 standing. Although this was not a highly successful year. the team gained a great deal of experi- cnce which will lie an inyalualwle asset for next year. Sportsmanship Trophy For the third year. we of lf. H. S. were the prond possessor's of the Sportsman- ship Trophy. This award has lieen given annually for the past four years hy the Y.Y. l. A. A. The purpose of the award was to promote the importance of sportsmanship. V6 C 66736 . Cordon Martinen. Albert Smith. and Jim Cratton grew tc-nw a ,Iimmx Fratt y :ti ned Inm elf fn the rebf und a Cardin Ltr Don Rhodes attempted to out-jump tlw Nlucr-s Lake r' nt: in fn nu l tlte Sunnw rdf Cfllll closing: minutes of the game-. Dev. Der Dec Dec Dec: Dec Dec Dec Jan. jan. Jan. Jan. lan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. F 7 .,,,,,,, Moses Lake eb. 'Nlaitin Loren Rllulc anal Budd Rift .......w4C'I1E1lCl16E 41 nffashmere 38 ........fNl0ses Lake ll .Lle Klum 41 ........XY9ll3lCllt'P 12 .Lile lflum 27 ..Cashmere -12 ..-Yakima -10 Kennewick 50 ...uwapato 12 .Sunnyside 48 .......Pasco -1-l ...Richland 27 .....Yakima 47 liennexs ick 50 ...uwapato 08 .Sunnyside -18 ................Pasco -19 ...Richland 51 33 ....,... lfllensliurg 29 lfllensburg tl-'1 Ellensbnrg 'I-6 lfllensburg l2 Elle-nfl vtil' gg 25 lfll e-ii sburg Jil lfllensbnrg 37 lfllvtislmrg 58 Fllensburg 1112 Fllensburg 33 ljllensburg 114 lillensburg 56 ljllensburg 31 Iillensburg 415 lillensburg 4-5 lillensburg 4-4 Flllensburg L1-0 Flllcnsburg All lzlllensburg 11-8 lillensburg 34 mfs ZWZZLVL7 Q14 f'C6iC Cif'Z1l'illgliill' iumiivx in 4 fmlr-mu lruvk I1l1'f'i. lin buys gr mm lll,fTil0l in 'vw as Az' .64- Q ' Dm1g1ANI4'ffnnnffli linww I A lill'4ilS1'llN IH an ' - ' um-mp! In hrvuk :1 rv:-m'ai. Chalking up anothz-r win for E. il. S. Winding up for another strike-out is sophmnnrr- is Pr-rvy Wiartin. pitrhc-r Loren Rhodes. 50 Y ' ""sk--.-............. me--........ --1.... First rote: Kent l'ratt. Pete llartman. Doug: Mefionnell. Percy Klartin. Dennis Bailey. Al Smith. Allen Olanrlvr. Rodney Rolilvins. Ruger Garrlinier. ,Iolin Yvehley. and Larry Inks. Seronrl mir: Dennis Nlartinen. .luck Davis. ,lolin Klapes. Steve Gage. Rieky Fariner, 'IN-tl lens:-n. Nlike l.vons. Gunars R1-iksts. fflif-t Nlorrison. Bolt Wells. Kerry Petre. and ,lim Vanllrunt. Tllirrl mir: ,lolin llznnillon. lluztm- lltinggs. llill Baker. Gary Garllie. ,lollrt llulwrmzin. Gerry Reitseli. Ron l'atteson. llyron 'I'limnas. Tony Wilson. l'ut l,yons. .Iolin Willitnns. and tititu-li Anflreotti. The Cinder Squad ln their first venture into the l957 track competition. the track team took the chill west wind in stride to win the gradrangular meet over Sunnyside, Toppenish. and Wapato. The Moses l.ake relay carnival. with 27 Eastern Wasliington High School cinder teams competing. proved to lie a real challenge to the Bulldogs. w ho placed eighth. Strength in running was well distrilwuted with Al Ulander. Steve Gage. and Dennis Bailey in the sprints: llyron Thomas and Wayne Lyons in the 880. and Percy Martin in the mile run. Kent Pratt and Chet Morrison were strong in the hurdles. while in the field events the leaders were Doug lllctionnell and Al Smith in the discus and shot put. Cecil Gonser and lloh Vliells in the javelin. Ted Jensen in the pole vault. Al Smith and Roger Gar- dinier in the high jump. and Hon Patteson and Cunars Reiksts in the broad jump. 1957 Track Schedule April 3 at lfllenslnirg-Fllensliurg 60. Sunnyside 5l1,Q. Toppenish 27. and Wiapato 91,Q. April 16 at Toppenishfhllenshurgz 511f5. Grandview 42 2125. Wihite Swan 26 U5. Toppenish 20 U5. Wvapato ll. April 22 at Grandview- -Hllenshurg 65. Grandview 59. Toppenish 22. Prosser 5. April 27 at Yakima-Yakima ll. Gentralia 138500. Walla Walla 30. llichland 2712. Moses Lake 20112. ljllensburg 1015. Wapato 2. May 3 at Toppenish-Ellenshurg 334134-1. Sunnyside 253f7. Highland 23 3f7, Grandview 213f7, Xaches 14017. Granger 14. Toppenish 1213f1-L, Wiapato 5. May 11 at Yakima-fSulJ-District Meet--Yakima 53113. lillenshurg 371,fQ. Viiest Valley 1716. May 18 at West Valley-YYIAA District Meet. May 24-25 at Pullman-State Meet. 51 We km, Aa lm, leaf lm. 1-L..-t X J .Zh r new 5 1 1 i , l Q - f ' ,ff 'S 4 , . 'yr , . We N. f5i"8 V' 'N Q if 5- V i Front row: Mike Best, Barry Carlson. .lim Gratton. Ted Nlartin. Harold Thomas. and manager Gene Mclilfresh. Second row: Charles Sisk, 'tlike Snyder. Roger Carey. Brad Rice. Loren Rhodes. David Kanyid. and managers Larry Butler and Tony Adsley. Third row: Mr. Stevens. Cerry Cotch. Craig Hcimhigner. Mike Major. Phil Fittcrer. .lack Fitterer. Vern Hagen. Don Rhodes. .lohn Mapes. and Coach Arley Vancil. Diamond Activity 1957 Baseball Schedule The baseball team started off with two practice game wins over Flphrata. This was followed by a heart-hrealv ing 12-ll loss to Marquette of Yakima. with the Squires gaining the winning point of the game in an extra inning. The weather proved to be a problem. Much of the training had to be indoors and several games were can- celled lmecause of rain. During the season Coach Arley Vancil drilled his crew in the many fundamentals of base- ball with emphasis on batting. With hurlers Vern Hagen, Loren Rhodes, Ted Martin, and Don Rhodes pitching was no obstacle. lt was a well-rounded ball team that batted li. H. S. through another successful baseball season. 52 March 30, There ,.,, ....... F phrata 8, Ellensburg 6 Ephrata 4 Ellensburg 2 April 6. Here ....... .......... it 'Iarquette 12 Ellensburg ll April 13. Here ...... ......... Vt 'enatchee 6, Ellensburg 0 Wenatchee 3 Ellensburg 4 April 18, Here ...... ............... S elah 9 Ellensburg 5 April 20. Here ...... ........ H ighlallrl 6, Ell6l1Sbl1fg 14 April 25. There .. ....... Marquette 15 Ellensburg 6 April 27, Here ,,,,, ,,,.,,,, X 'akima ll Ellensburg 0 May 1,There ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, W 'apato 8 Ellensburg 7 May 2,There ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 'l 'oppenish 6 Ellensburg 7 May' 4, Here ..,,, ,, ,.,, Nlarqtlelle 8 Ell6I'lSbUI'g 3 May 10, Here ,,,, ,,,.,,, R 'Iarquette 0 Ellensburg 3 May ll, Here .. ....... West Valley 0 Ellensburg 5 May 14, Here H ,.,,,,,,, Xaches Ellensburg May 17, Here ..... ........ C le Elllm Ell6I1Sbl1fg idf'C6l1C ef Ed lfL On the Court 1957 Net Schedule The Ellensburg Hlgh School tennls team hampered by lack of practlce due to the weather and lack of court space opened thelr season with a practlce match on Aprll 5 Therr openm match ahamst the Wapato Wolves ended 1n a 6 2 loss whlle thelr next match was a 5 3 declslon over the Cle Elum Warrlors and so It proceeded through out the remalnder of the season The eight returmng let termen Murlel Brown Jackle Dreyer Allen Mettler Laurle Coad Carolyn Newschwander Dolal Flelds John Kllllan and Blll Seubert were backed by a hefty turnout of approxlmately 30 new hopefuls Under the coaching of MISS Glaydes Baker the racketeers attacked each game ence w1th each passmg meet A r1l 5 There A r1l C Here April ll There Aprll 18 Here Aprll l9 Here April 20 Here Aprll 26 There Aprxl 27 There Ma 4 Here May 1-There May 10 11 Mav 18 Vl apato 6 2 lgllensburg Cle Elum 3 5 Ellensbur Toppemsh 5 5 Fllenshurl., Yaklma 6 2 lf llensburg Selah 4 4 lgllenshurg Wapato 5 5 Lllensbur Cle Elum 4 4 Ellenshur Yakima 6 2 Ellenshur Toppenlsh 4 4 Fllensbur Selah 6 2 Ellenshur Sub District Meet at Yakima D1str1ct Meet at Kennewlck Fzrst row Barbara Carlson Barbara Emerson Terry Randall Carolyn Newschwander Laurle Goad Bonme Bryant Sandy Hertz Murrel Brown Ann Bruketta and MISS Baker Second rou ,lackle Dreyer Alnce Sparks Beckle Shaw Nan Crunden Margle Olen Janice Mc Coury Judy Davis B1llSeubert and Allen Mettler Third row Paul Bruketta Donal Fields Bryce Herbst Beth Vorls Margie Engel Chris tme Hall Sharon Cordon Shlrlxe Wales John Killian Gary Marqulssee and Allen Faltus 3 ,fu Q V' ff' in--Q Kee lt A ft . ' ' , p ' . ,,,,,r,,,,--,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, ' - ' , , , . . P ' L -4-'-'-------Q-----4-----e---- - - g . ' . g ff . . 1 . 7 -J---5j--P-.--T-,A-1--------F-----1F--F ' L . V5 5 0 r ' ' , ' 5 U 3 ' ' , eeeY,-YY-'---44-----------.- - 5 g I I I 7 I I U 7 l . v -'------------4-----f--------- I ' K g 7 . ' . Y 5, -----------------4A-------,- ' - J g . , 1 , ,-,-,,---,,hh-.------.------,----.-- . g With CI1IhllSi21SII1 and gained additional skill and experi- ' """"'A"""""""""" ' n i 1 Q C3 l Q . in . , ,Q l.. Q f E 4 r ' . I Q , Y ' Y v , ' 3 , yi wi , A l l fl 3 K . ,y J l A . 're -r - , r as , ' A .. Q, MN. ' , l W W 'nf S Q J- 'W W' M ALEN DAR X? ,R.Aw Upl- ,1,, 1 ,Z W 1 a Z y f 5,1 ,,a' 4 lme ,. 1 I QL' -'I 'yr 5 , iv .A . , 49 X141 'S aft, anv th1nf'Q haxe a dffllllle clawlflcatlon uhlle 0 161' C' llll Cl 21116011 ldX to I HY CX Ill IQILSC 11 x u een pla 1 lll the follow QCCIIOH approprlately entitled the Lalendar lbw 5. - - .5 Wlith Klahiam as a starts-r. .'lIf'rI4' Kibbe continuefl his travlling flay with Plasses in Pliotograpliy aml lligh Sf-liool Math- emativs. llv was also in cllargv of Visual Aids. This year Ruth Argall spent many hours with the Radio l'ro1lut'lion class pro- grams. Along with this. she taught the fundamentals of Speech to the sopho- mores. M. 3 Qs, WU' 'Sf nu, P' Yevley E. Cope came to E. ll.S. this year to assist in thi- Chemistry Depart- -nt anfl teach a vlays in 4 lwlpml form C -- ' I 'intl w . its advisor. I X QW f,,,. ..,.,,,,.,,,:,.,. - -V WU Marie Dunslan, our Art teacher, advised on dt-corations for the school flanres and stage settings for the- school plays. She also taught the sophomores Literature 2. mh . Q- llflfll 7 SEP' Sept Sept Sept Sept. -ln- Sept. 5 Sept. Sept. Calendar Sc-hool started. llaeli to thc hooks again. lloinc-room pass sale representatives elec-ted. llass sale started today. Ilulldog filulu representatiws 1-Ivete-tl. Song and yell leader tryouts ht-Id. The cheer and song leaders were elected. The lfirst Xational .-Xssenibly was presented hy "The Nlississippiansf' Sandy Hertz was high Salesman in the pass sale campaign and Cathy Moe mas second. lfirst football game of the season against West Valley lu-ld here. Working: hard to perfect their routines our songleaders. joan The student body made a good choice when they elected peppy Sandy ll B. I, .. N I , ul, I. R, 5. i . A I ll. Shaw. Marla Hugh, and Marcia Rossow as cheerleaders for 1956-1957. lilixmgrsllujihKiClnZi.yl'wiI3lf imldsxgillil, helped to promote school spirit. 56 Sept Sept Sept Calendar Four gay Frenchmen fmen?J Sandra . . . T . l8+Remember the three pair of beautiful legs Randgvigjigiy Big! paradlng around school. and Sally Farmer, pose f KI h' ' i .20-Pep Club held first marching practice in ofllfringaldfgcglhillli initiation. new gym. .21-Ellensburg at Yakima for football game. Junior and sophomore representatives and class officers nominated. Sept. 211--Y-Vl'owl Look at the French Club initiates. Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. .27--'Mug shots taken for A.S. li. passes. .28-The football boys certainly looked like cute girls at our pep assembly. fiwflfinal voting on class officers and representatives. 5-Magazine Assembly held today. Receiving many a surprised stare. Tommy parades down the halls of E. H. S. in his French Club finery. L N ew 7 6-Members of Klahiam staff attended Year ' Book Conference in Seattle. 8-Students now buy lunch tickets. is ilec 9+Cortez Peters, a typist, was featured in if Y V assembly. 2 ' 12-Ellensburg played Naches, there. j 14-Unusual absences from school- y mx hunting season? .73 5 - O 18 1 . t. b Qw- - mmumza ion program egan. t Oh, my aching arms. , 19-We played Grandview, here. if 21-Barbara Neely was high salesman in Always certain m he l -MMFNJN ' magazine contest. Oct. 24-Merit scholarship tests were taken by seniors. Oct. 26-Ellensburg played Prosser, there. FFA boys attended judging tour in Portland. first in the cafeteria line. Danny Powell and Bill Tozer get the delicious lunch from Dick Woody and cook. Lucy Frear. . A 'lQ'm1 CDCTOBER Wm ow ox 'Nov Calendar N A -Xwemhlx Down to the qea IH qhlp Oy xx as pre Nt nts Bu ldo plaxed lll land hers llurmn F NQV wax dl plaud Illlflll halftlme ow PHS er use parkln talls for their car nom TI'8Cllll0Il3l bame ulth fle Flum was held at lNov I le l' lum The Triple l' Tolo Pall l'antaQx was held ln the multl purp0Qe room Nm LIflfLlflfLlfLlflL Q LOW! Fur t report card wrre handed out We dldnt want the car am xsav Vl e had our fxrst Snow lrorty It H S student attcndmd Student Leaders Conference Conme Sparlci placed flrst ln l Speak for Democracy Thanks lung NHCHUOII xx as a much needed rest I never dld hke shuts tllmlx Nancy Eldrnd c a tht school nuree Hr Xoun prnpare to ne her one fur smallpox Fall Fantasy the flret dance to be held ln the multi purpoer room challtcd up another bucct ful cunt lor lrnplf IL ec ec ec Dec Dec ec ec 5 ecfvzfow NCVEIVIBER Calendar 1 Basketball Jamborees w The Semor plav was presented 5 Pep Club started thelr candy sale 6-Flr t radlo broadcast was presented Fllen hur played Moses Lake here Ellensbur traxeled to Wenatchee Nauonal Assembly by a dramatlst The Chorus presented the fxrst of two presenta tlons of Amahl and the Nl ht VIQIIOTS CC Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Nlr Erickson presided at the formal dedlcatlon a mhz- nll Vi!!! 15 'lhe Sports Banquet was held thls ewenm lNot1ce the wonderful smell ln bulldln 3 the chemlstry class 19 WOI'lilIl mth sulfur 14-Played Cashmere here ln basketball ame Basketball at Moses Lake Chrxstmas vacatlon Basketball wxth Cle Plum Basketball here wlth Wenatchee Basketball wlth Lle Inlum here hllensburg at Cashmere for a basketball game r mln mtarne l ok on I D ,. -- . , D . 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Penny Dyson. Ye-rn Wvlur-r, Nancy Juvlvun. lim-ry Bland. llnn Rlimlc-N. unil Barry lillflvlll. L-7 at 'i Over 90 couples attended "Spf-llhoundf' the Senior Ball, helrl in the multi-purpose Flltbm. Working hard to make the Senior Ball a big success were-: Sylvia Robbins. Al Smith. Allen Mettler. Ray Rikansrud. Barbara Akins. joyve l'edt-rsen. and Bob Snowden. ,-f""," v"-"" ,rt A 5. 5 . 0 . Jan. Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan. ,lan Jan. Ian. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Calendar 1- 'New Yearis resolutions were made. 2' Back to school. 4--flfirst league basketball game with Yakima, 5-f-Ellenshurg at Ke rltl ewiclc. 8+Seniors took Employment Aptitude Tests. 10-Pete Hartman' places among top students on Merit Scholarship test. 11-lillensburg at Wapato for basketball. 12-ellame with Sunnyside, here. lt's finally snowing. 14-Semester tests starting. Ohhh. 16-his 5 degrees above zero now. 19-Ellensburg at Pasco. 21-Second semester starts today. There is -at least six inches of snow, 24'-Day of judgment arrived, we got our report cards. 25-We played Richland, the top team. C L66 RY 9 it 511212 1 si. Kai AVLOW Calendar Feb. l- Fllensburg at Yakima. Feb. 2 Kennewick at Fllensburg. Feb. 6 :Xmla Retam Royalty was: Queen. Susie Drakeg Junior Prinress. Carol Hopkins. and Sophomore l'rinr'ess. Sllllffltl Cordon. Feb, 8 Feb. 0 Wapato at lfllenslwurg. -Fllensburg at Sunnyside. Feb. 10- 'Silhouettes for lilahiam taken. Feb. tl First day of :hula lietarn meek. 3 Feb. I3-fDoor and window contest judged. Feb. lllgxalentines Day. 1 Yell and slogan contest judged. I' Amla Retam royalty: Princess. Carol Hopkins: Queen. Suzanne Drakeg and Princess. Sharon Cordon. enjoyed the Ellensburg-Pasco basketball game. Qlembers of a planning committee mc-et in the A. 3. B. room to discuss ideas. Sandy Shaw, Dick Davis, Chris- tine Chase. Bevky Shaw, Marla Hugh. Sandy Hertz. Duane Medved. Cordy Martinen, and Joe Stoltman. 1. X. 1 62 These Klahiam staff members, bunny hopping their way in Pet assembly, are Larry 0'Connor, Lee Larkin, Mary P schwander, .leanie Smith, Barbara Blattner, Clydene We l ,Q ! I - ,Indy Main, Bonnie Bryant. and Doug McConnell. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb -Blue and white contest judged at pep assembly. Bonfire and sock hop held in the evening. -Basketball game with Pasco. -lie-tally of votes found Mr. Sorensonis room first in Amla lletam contest. Mr. Vancilis room second, and Mr. Kibbe's third. -Washingtorfs Birthday-Holiday! -Ellensburg at Richland for basketball. 25-Playoff for fourth place at Yakima. Ellensburg against Sunnyside. Tempers and blood pressures rose as many of us found our cars up to the axles in mud in the student parking lot. Hwonld the owners of the cars with license plate numbers 34l05X. 831790K 15662. please move their cars between periods. Thank yonf' This was just an example of many similar announcements that echoed through E.l'l.S. during the year. to the Amla Retam Blue and White Day The first period radio homeroom dress:-ml in edersen, Agnes Trammell. Carolyn New- their blue and white Amla Rs-tam are sure- to bster, Linda Anderson. Christine Chase. help the Bulldogs beat Pasco. Me-rnlu-rs are: Tom Cleman. Darlene Field. Lee Mcldilfresh. Charlotte Hansen. Bill Watt and Pat Cehlen. Mr. Cope whips study hall into shape during Amla Retam Week at tln- assembly. You can tell that Mr. Rowley and Mr. Sorenson enjoy the World's Finest Chocolates sold to them by Clydene Webster and ,lo Ann Meek. to raise money for the Spring Sports Banquet. Q? WL ll March 5-Snow, snow, more snowl March 12-The solo and ensemble contest was held. March 13-ltls really been snowing. The basketball boys were excused for the state COIIICSI. March 16-Seattle won the state tournament. March 18-19-The all-school play "Yes and No" was presented. An added novelty included refreshments between acts. Up go the chairs as George Thomas and Larry Wal- ton, our janitors. prepare to sweep the biology room. Calendar March 21- March 22- March 25 March 28 March 29 g College day was held. Second presentation of all-school play. Band left for exchange concert with Moscow school. -Nine-week period ended. -Spring vacation started today. -Track meet and baseball game called off because of the rain. March 30-Baseball game with Ephrata. The all-school play, done in penthouse style. was really comical hut you'd never know it by the look on those faces. Characters in "Yes and No" were: Bill Seubert, Sharon Shull. .loan Baker. .lim Green, Jud Weaver. Nancy Jackson, and Lara Nation. X - R .Q 1152.3 Q l 'flats 3 rf lla I .. fit-: 4 W va- -t ,gi APRIL Calendar Aprll Aprrl Fool Day Report carcli handed out April Qtuflente left for All Norlhueet Chorus Band and Urcheetra Aprll Jumore Qtarted Q1 rung up for boyQ and rrls Qtate Aprxl 12 Track meet here Baseball at Vlapato Aprll 13 MUSIC Feetnal Base ball here mth Wenatchee Tenme at Toppenwh Aprll 16-Track at Toppemsh Aprrl 18 Baseball xx 1th Selah Tenms ulth Yakima Our cooks Lucy Frear and All WE! ' 1+ ' 'S . ' 2a-. ,. 0' 'l F rw ' K ' , , ' N. 'Na L ff T 1. ix . x , i 1 Q!! L ..- , C 4' .f "'ff3!iY9Kr"'5T' 2 . J ' 9, ,.k 2 su.: Many Couples ghgmughly enjoyed themselves at the T,-i.Hi.Y These students are observing an interesting art exhibit dance, "Club 57," held in the multi-purpose room. l10l4l in building llll'P0. The junior class selected for Boys' and Girls' State, Charlotte Hansen, Gary Marquissee. and Pat Mullin. . -.. .st .... F' af- S' X WWW T f is , The juniors worked hard at noon and after svliool on flowers and pillars for their dance "Hoinnne-squv' lu-ld in ilu- multi- purposn- room. 66 April 19-f April 20 -f'f V April 25- April 26'-A April 27- Tennis match with Selah. Baseball with Highland, here. Wapato, here, for tennis. llaselmall at Marquette. At Cle lilum for tennis match. Using the spring motive as the basis of their decorations, the juniors held their prom in the multi-purpose room. Two of our tt-at-luvrs joined in the spirit of a passing fad by wearing bright red knee-length stockings. To liven np the noon hour. popular music was played by the Radio Production class. Vlvednesday was dance day. A new ideal The junior and sophomore girls served re- freshments during intermission of the All-School l'lay. Trying on gowns for graduation are: Phyllis Bailes, Posed in our corridor before graduation are: Muriel Brown, saluta- Paulme Lunstrum. Karen Gregory. and Ray Knudson. torian: Barry Carlson. class speaker. and Jean Cemmill. valedictorian, Calendar May Qfllaseball at Toppcnish. May 18-A sophomore semi-formal dance was held. May May May May May May 3--Track meet at Toppenish. Tennis match with Toppenish, here. Tennis district meet held at Kennewick. May 24-estate track meet held at Pullman. 4-Sports Banquet sponsored by Pep Club. 9 10 Tennis match at Selah. Marquette. here, for baseball. Contest in Mathematics was given. --Sub-district tennis at Yakima. Baseball with Naches, here. 11-sTrack sub-district meet. West Valley, here, for baseball. 17-Baseball at Cle Elum. May 25-Senior Reception, sponsored by the sophomore class, was one of the last times the seniors would all be together. State track meet. May 26-Baccalaureate. May 29-Commencement. May 31-Last day of school, signing Klahiams and final farewells for this school year. bf Zim 67 if lln Ill ll- I II llll - INDE X S FQ -rr l?"F' is .s Looking for someone? Then why not try the fol- lowing section of this hook'-fftlie index. If it is a student. faculty rnemlner. or sponsor that you seek, all will he found here. ln this section are picture ads featuring well-known models. the students of E. H.S., and many of our sponsors. Look through these pages and see if you can't find who you are looking for. --v"' ,-- fi 'IO' if l'.Nl1llIII'll Ifrzrmvzlx naw rlw 4li1'fwlm' of the F,H.5, f.llflI'll- Illlx ye-ar. lmler lux flirn-c'lfm1wl1ip tllrw- IlI'lYjjl'LlHlb xwrv pre- 'P :mf Illlllllll' lU8Q'lli!N'- in hi- lnwluxtriul XVI vlu-wx. An f-xtral uctixity uf lub wax lrvingg awiftant umlxisur of Hlxlhlug Club. fc-nie-ml: :X Cllfiflllllir play, u f:lll'iQllllElr Ll44l'lllblV. uml ax HllI'II1g1 1-ur11'4'1't. Ll U:-rlr' lirzrlzlzill -Imweql thc- lmys llms In 'l'l1rnllghu11t ilu- ye-ar. llutrlz Hwnry fllllulll xhf- Huy! Ile-allll and l'hyxir'aI ,- l':1illL'LlIiUlll'lL1NNl'N. Ilv ul+nn1gLll1in-el the- llriwrf Training ',I'lPgll'liIll and inxlruvt- L-ml llw Nagy- 1.l'1'XN. ,-,I Tlw teavlwr nf Home Em-unulrlics at E. ll. S. was .-ixlrirl Kaaring, I mlm' Pwr 1 Pmtumn Q nu the alt nl m r-1 an mln Cale L ' r 'W - ----I 1. A' N.. Qu :rf -NS... -.Ns X l l C 4 ' v If an Li f. ' ff 4 1.1. wt' Barbara and Garry are gzetting a Close look at one of the many pieces of equipment at Don Akins. lne. Be smart like l'l1il and Ray. go Io Anderson Oil Companyl Those nice round potatoes al Balcom and Nloe look very pleasing to ffatlty and Sandra. Adsley, Tony '59- 26. 37, 52 Aker, Judy '58- -20, 58 60, 61 Akms. Barbara '57 712. 33, 35, 36. 45, 61, 70 Don Akins, Ine.-70 Allred, Don '59w26 Amla Retam--'62, 63 Anderson, EdwFaeult' 9 Anderson, Ellen 5748? 12, 36 Anderson, Jerald '57--12, 34, 36 Anderson, Linda '59-A-5. 26, 34. 35, 63, 70 Anderson Oil Company-70 Anderson. Paul '57'- 12, 58, 74 Andreotti, Areher--Faeultv 41, 42, 51 Anthony, Jennie '57 12, 32 Antonopoulos, Ceee '57 -12, 35, 36. 39 Archer, Dorothy '58-20, 39 Argzall, Ruth l-'aeulty Arnhold, iindra '58 -20, 44, 70 3 A. S. B. Baeon Baia-sl Badey Bailey Baker. Baker. Baker, Baker, Nancy '58-10, 20 Phyllis '57-13, 35, 67 Dennis '57--13. 37, 42, 43, 51, 61 Kristin '57-13. 35, 38 'Bin '59-26, 42, 51, 60 Dick '59-26, 42, 71 Glaydes F.,-'Faculty 41, 39, 53 Joan '58-20, 35, 64 Baleome and Moe 70 Baldwin, Elaine '58 Ballard, William '59- -26 Band - 36, 37 Band Box Beauty Salonv-70 Bangs, Anona 58- 20, 38 Bangs, Duane '59-26, 51 Bark, Linda '59-26 Barnhart, Fred '58-V 20, 33, 39 Barnhart, Jim '58w 20, 33. 36 Barnhill, Merle- Faeulty 33, 69 Bartak, Ron 58720, 37 Baseball-50, 52 Basketball- '46, 47, 48, 49 Beaeh. Janiee '59---26 Bender, Dixie '59-'26 Bender, Donna '58 8, 20 Bender, Janis -8, 26 Bennett, Harold '59 26, 37 Bennett. Miehael '58 20 Berry, John '57, -13, 36 Best, Mike 49. 52 Blackwell. Patricia '59-9, 26 Bland, Larry '57-13, 37, 60, 76 Blattner, Barbara '58 --5, 20, 34, 63, 64. 77 Burger, VVilliam '59 8, 26, 39 Borgstahl, Gary '59--42 Botta Saddle 'n Togs 70 Bratten, Laura '58 20 Brooks, Bonnie '59 26, 33, 34, 38, 61, 64, 76 Brotherton Furniture--71 Brotherton, Wilher '59f 26 Brown, Don '58 --20 Brown, Muriel '57-413, 35, 38, 45, 53, 60, 67 Brown. VVilliam M.- -Faculty 6, 7, 32, 59, G3 Bruee. Genevieve '57--13, 32, 38 Bruketta. Ann '58- 20, 32, 35, 39, 53 John Bruketta-71 Bruketta, Paul '59-26, 53, 71 Bruketta, Willa Lou '58-21 Brunson, Dan '58- -21. 37 Brunson, Tom '59v-26 Bryant, Bonnie '59- 5, 8, 26, 34, 35, 53, 63, 72 Bulldog Club 36 Bulldog' Guard -33 Burkheimer, Ann '59 7, 26, 60 Look smart. he smart. like lJo what .lay and Linda are doing-go to Helen and go to the Band Holla Saddle 'n Togs for all your western Box for all your beauty needs. apparel. liurrough, Sue '59-- 26 Butler, Larry '58-21, 52 Button, Penny '58-21, 36, 39 Cahoon, .lack '58--21 Camealy, Edward- Faeulty 39, G9 Campbell, Glen '58- 21 Farline, Roberta '58- 21 C'at'l's Servire --71 Uarlson, liarliara '58- 21, 39, 53 C l2ll'lSfll'l, Barry '57--13, 33, 35, 39, 42, -13, 46, 52, 60, 67, 73 Carney, Marillyn '58 21 Carroll, Ed 58- 21, 39 Uasm-ade Lumber Company---71 t'erx'ine, Lee '57- 13, 37, 76 Chandler, Sam '57-V -13 tharlton. I aul 59 Zo, 31, 3.3 - f f Phase, l'lll'lSllI1L' '59 J, 11, 26, 34, 3.1, 53, 62 63, 72 Chorus-39 Choyee, Bev '58-20, 21, 31, 37, 38, 60 Christian, Ronald '59-'27 Cleem, llaryey '58--21 Cleman, Tom '59-27, 33, 39, 63 Cleveland, Arnold '58 C'lex'eland, Garry '57 G, 10, 13, G5 Uonnot, .ludy '57 13, 35, 38. 7-1 Fonser, Ceeil 21, 33, 3-1, -12, 43 Cook. Robert '59-27, 33 Cook, Terry '59 Cooke, Alison '59-27, 39 Cope, VVesley-Favulty 39, G3 Corey, Roger '58--21, 52, G2 Cox, VVayne '59- '27, 33 Crane, Camilla '58 21, 36, 38 Urawford, Sherry '59 27, 3-1 Curry, Lola '58 Curtiss, Sharron '58 Curtis, Thomas '57-9, 13, 36 Davis, Barbara '57- 13, 32 Davis, Diek '57--13, 35, 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 62 Dayis, Javk '59 -- 27, 42, 51 Davis, Judith '59-27, 35, 53 Davis, Roberta '59--27, 32 lJean's- -71 Dell. Tom '58-21 Danny. Derrick '58-21 Desmond, Tom '57-13, 33 Dick, Arlene '58 Drake, Suzanne '57-13, 62, 75 Dreyer, Jackie '57-13, 32, 38, 53 Driver, Darlene '57--14, 39 Dyke, Dorothy '58 21 Dyson, Martha '59 27, 37, 38 Dyson, Penny '57- 11, 14, 60 Dunlop, Mary '57-9, 14 Dunning, Mike '58-21, 33 Dunstan, Marie-I-'aeulty 55 Eason, Darrel '59-26, 27 1-lt-hols, Jenelle '59 Edwards, Doreen '58- -21, 36 Edwards, Roger '59--27, 39, 42, G0 Eldridge, Nance '58-V 6, 21, 38, 58, 71 Elec-tronit-s Club-39 Ellensburg Telephone Company-72 Ellison, Eloise '59-27, 38 Emerson, Barbara '59-27, 36, 53 Emerson, Gene '58-21 Engel, Margie '59-27, 32, 34, 53 Engel, Tom '58-21, 61 Enloe, Judy '59-27 Erickson, Edward K.--6, 59 Eslinger, Janire '59-27 Everett, Irving '59-27 Shirlie and Barbara are following the path of many other teen-agerf and huyingi their rr-eortls at lleanl Record Shop. Bob and Dick wateh the operations at lfusvatle Lumher Company. mln-re they lluy all their lumber, Don and Rick agree its smart to take your cars and trucks to lfarl's Service Station. Paul, like all the others that like good hay, grain. straw. Planning for the future are Nance and and hauling service. Alice at Brutherton Furniture. goes to John Bruketta. X , u 't K f , rlfk C .QQ 71 E7 fs, Fw LJ 1 Pat and Barbara art, learning Mike Major seems to lie making: another good the technique required I0 " sale to Dan and Kerry at Farrell's Clothing give you the good service that Store' Ellensliurg Telephone Co. has always extended. Faltus, Allen '58-21, 32, 36, 53, 62, 63, 72 Fangboner, Janice '59-27 Farmer, Sally '58-21, 31, 38, 75 Farmer, Patrick '59-27, 33, 42, 51 Farrell. DeAnna '57-14, 38 Farrell's--72 Ferguson, Faye '57-14 Field, Darlene '59--7, 27, 33, 35, 63 Fields, Doial '58 -21, 33, 53 Fischer Electric-72 Fitterer, Jack '59-11, 27, 34, 42, 46, 47, 52 Fitterer, Philip '58-5, 21, 42, 43, 46, 47, 52, 70 Fletcher, Laurence '59-27, 37 Floyd, Ella Mae '57 Floyd, Joan '57 Floyd, Marie '58 Foley, Judith '58--'21, 39 Football- -42, 43, 44, 45 Forrester, ll. Eugene- Faculty 9, 37 French Club- 38 Fritsch, Ronnie '59f27, 37 Fusselman, Philip '584-21, 37, 42 F. F, A.-37 G. A. A.i37, 39 Gabel, Bill '58 Gage, Jerry '53--21 Gage, Steve '59- -26, 27, 51 Gardinier, Roger '58-21, 46, 47, 51, 72, 77 Garthe, Gary '58-21, 51 Gaub, Shirley 58121, 39 Gehlen, Pat '57f14, 33, 35, 63, 74 Gemmill, Jean '57-14, 67 Gibb, Norma '58-21, 39 Gilmour's-72 Goad, Laurie '58-22, 35, 53 Goodsel, Viola '59-27, 31, 39 Gordon, Sharon '59-27, 53, 62 Gotch, Gerry '59-27, 49, 52 Goyette, Bud '58 Gilmour, Merle '57414 Grant, James '58-22, 42, 62 Gratton, Dorothy '59-8, 27, 32 Gratton, Gladys '58-22, 32, 38 Super Duper. Gratton, Jim '57-14, 46, 47, 49, 52 Gray, Gloria '58-22 Gregory, Karen '57--14, 39, 67 Green, James '57-14, 33, 64 Gross, George '57--38, 39 Grunden, Nan '59-427, 35, 53 Gunnoe, Alton '58-22 llaberman, Ilelen '57-5, 12, 14, 35, 70 llaberman, John '59-27, 42, 49, 51 llaberman, Mike '57-14, 36, 39 Hagen, Vern '57-14, 46, 47, 48, 52 llager, Don '59, -27 Haines, Colleen '59--27, 39 Ilall, Kristine '59-V-27, 39, 53 Hamilton Iron Works--72 llamilton, John '59-27, 49, 51 llansen, Charlotte '58--7, 22, 33, 35, 38, 63 llanson, Kirsten 59427, 32, 38 Hartman, Peter '57Y-14, 39, 51, 61, 77 Hawks, Barbara '57-14, 77 Hawkins, Patricia '59f27, 32 Hawley, Jill '58-22, 35 lleaton, Jane '59-27, 35, 73 lleaton, T. G.--73 Hedrick, Ilelen '57-14, 32 , Heimbigner, Craig 69427, 42, 49, 52, 73 service ever. lleimbuck, .Ioan 58422 Planning ahead for the futureg Bonnie and Christine look over a gas stove at Fischer Electric. Roger and Doug practicing to be future homemakers, shop at Cilmour's Ellensburg lron Works: Larry and Jim look over thi- large supply of equipment to give you the best 72 .1 "his a perfect fit." says Dr. T. G. Heaton to Jam-. as he fits her with the personal care he extends to all his patients. llcnline, Ilarriett 58-22, 32 Henry, Walter B.-Faculty 69 Herbst, Bryce '59-27, 36, 53 Herrick, Donna '57-14, 32 Hertz, Sandra '59-27, 34, 35, 36, 53, Hickey, Vera May 59427 Hiner, Ann '58-22 Hitchcock, Christy '59-27, 35, 75 Hood, Mary Belle '58 Hooper, Joan 57115, 44, 60 Hopkins, Carol '58-22, 37, 38, 62 Horner, Janie 57-15 Howe, Alva 59-28, 37 Hughes, Stan 59-15 Huppert, Duane '58-22 Hussey, Dixie '58-22 Inks, Larry 58-9, 22, 36, 51 Jackson, Nancy '57-4, 15, 35, 60, 61 Jackson, Roger 57-15, 39, 60 Jackson, Walter '59-28, 34, 65 Klahi Jeans, Charles 58422, 37 Jenki Jense ns, Robert '58-7, 22 n, Ted '59-28, 42, 51 Jcrrol's-73 Johnson, Carl '57-15 Johnson, J. ArthurwFaeulty 31 Jollo, Jerry 58-22, 37 Jones, Marcellene 58-22 Jones, Duane 59f28, 37 Jones, Kay 59-28 Jones Richard '58-22, 36 Jones: Roberta '57-15 Jump Junio Kaari , Bluetta 57--4, 15, 34, 35, 75 r Class-20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 ng, Astrid-Facult 69 Kanyid, David 59-28, 37, 52 Kastnlng, Gayle 58-22, 36, 39 Kay, Lanette '59-28, 32 Kay, Roger '57-15 K. C. D. A.473 Kelly's Union Service-73 Kelso, Duncan 59-28, 31 Kerr, Bob 59411, 28, 34, 42, 65, 71 Kezele, Barbara '57-15 Kezele, Judy 59-28 Kibbe, Joan 58-22, 36 Kibbe, Merle-Faculty 55 Kibler, Robert 57-15, 39 Killia n, John '58-22, 34, 36, 53, 62 Kilmer, Fred '59-28, 37 Kinkeade, JoAnn '58-22 Kms, Carolyn '57i15 Kiwanis Club-73 Kladnick, Larry '59-28, 42 ami34 Klobucher, Marion-Faculty 11 Kloeke, Reinie '59-28, 37 Knudson, Ray '57-15, 67, 76 Kooy, Jack '59-28, 37 Kooy, Nellie '57-11, 15, 32 Kuchenbuch, Karen '59-28, 35 Kuhns, Gary 57415, 42, 44, 61 KXLE-'74 Kunz, Doug 58-9, 22, 42 Labrecque, Gerald-Faculty 31, 61 Lambert, Charlotte 57-15, 37 Lane, Beva22 Larkin, Lee 57415, 60, 63 Latin Club-34 Leinbach, Eleanor '58-22 ,ludy and Midge tell Pat they think Jerrol's is a good place to stop and shop. and eat too! Jeannie and Carolyn watch as the milk inspector tests the milk for fat content at K. C. D. A. Having their cars worked over at Kelly's Union Station are Cary and Craig. These football players, Cordie, Al, Barry, and Percy are discussing the good food served at the Football Banquet. one of the many school functions sponsored by Kiwanis. 73 4' . .Q Mmvunn RINK 7 " QAYIILA1 EAPM4 TION l0E,?g54M I Q 061915610 ,I al l ., I x ' -.4 -xr- CII llaul and ,loe think the gun shown them al l,enIz llardware would be perfeel for hunting next season. If ,Iudy and Roberta are thinking about painting. they have certainly gone to the right place. l.unstruIn Pain! S1 Class. When Beulah wants a good time she goes to the Merryland Skating Rink. You should do the same! For good food and friendly service Clydene and Marcia go to Morganls U-'llote-Ein. 74 betting: help from professionals at KXLE are Pat and llill of the radio produetion class. Lentz Ilardware 74 Lettermm-n's Club 35 Lewis, Mardelle '58 -22, 32 Ium L ii l 'mr 34 . '2lS. 'z 'o '7"- '15, .J .unclslrom, Roberta '57---16, 35, 74 ,unslrum Paint .Q Glass--'74 .uns1rum, Pauline '57- 16, 67 I I I Lyneh. Lyneh, Lyons. Lyons. Lyons, Lyons, Lyons, Jesse '58- 22 Maralyn '58 8, 22, 61 John '59 Limia '58- 22, 36 Iiliehael '58 9, 20, 22, 37, 39, 51 Pat '59-28, 37 Wayne '59- 28, 51 MacDonald, Florence Smith- Faeulty 11 Maekner, Jaek '57-416, 35, 44 Maekner, Joe '59--28 Main, Judy '59-28, 34, 35, 36, 39. 63, 73 Major, Mike '58-10, 22, 35, 42, 44, 46, 52, 72 Malone. Lois '57--16, 34 Mann, Lynne '59-28, 36 Mapes, Jim '59--28, 42, 49, 52 Mapes, John '59--28. 37, 42, 51 Marehel, Lois '59- 28 Marquissee, Gary '58-5, 20, 22, 33, 35 42, 44 45, 46, 47, 48, 53, 62 Martin, Percy '57-f 16, 42, 43, 44, 51, '73 Martin, Shirley '59-28 Martin, Ted '59-7, 28, 49, 52 Martinen, Karen '59-28, 35, 39, 60, 77 Martinen, Gordon '57-16, 35, 42, 44, 46, 47. 49. GO, 62, 73, 77 Marx, Jeannie '58- 23 Mayberry, Carol 58423, 35, 38 McConnell, Doug '57- 5, 12, 16, 34, .35, 39, 42, 43. 44, 46, 47, 51, 60, 63, 65, 72 MeCoury, Janiee '59- -28, 35, 39, 53 MCElfresh, Gene '59-16 MeEl1'resh. Lee '57-23, 33, 52, 63 Melnto sh, Donald Darwin '58-23, 31, 37 McKinsey, Edith '58--23 MeMahon, Mary Sue '59f28, 37, 64 MeMeehan, Sharley '57-16, 37, 38 MePherson, Billie Lou '58-23 MeQueen, Barbara '59-28, 34, 35, 39 Medved, Duane '57, '16, 36, 62, 65 Meek, Jo Ann '57 4, 16, 17. 32, 34, 63, 76 Merryland Skating Rink-74 Meilander, Georgia '59A-28, 34 Messineer, Sherrill '57-16, 38 Mettler, Allen '57- -16, 46, 47, 53, 60, 61 Miller. Beulah '58 23, 74 Mills, Lanny '58-- 23, 33 Minton, James '57-416, 33, 39 Mitehe Moe, C ll, Bernadine '59-- 28, 35, 45 athy '58 20, 23, 36, 70 Monfort, Ruby '57 16, 60 Morfield, Jack '58 23 Morgan, Bob '59 28, 37 Morgan, Nona '57 4, 16, 34 Morgans l"Tote-PIm- -74 Morrison, Chet '58 23, 51 Morselh, Steve '57 16, 42, -H Moser, Chuck '57 16, 42, 45 IXIUSUV, Judy '58 23, 39 Mullin, liarliara '57 7, 17, 32, 35, 38, 72 Mullin, Pat '58 23, 35, 72 Mundy, Bill '58 -23, 36 Niirlee, Bill '59 224, 3-1 Nation, Lara '59 28, 35, 58, 64 For that slim figure. Sally and Christy go to the National Bank of cosmetics. prescriptions, and ffmnim-ree for all their banking needs. drugs. do like Mary and National Bank of Commerce-75 Neeley, Barbara '58-23, 44, 71 Newdeek, Noel '59-28, 39 Newell, Ray '58-23 Newsehwander, Carolyn '58-23, 3 53, 61, 63, 73 Nieolaisen. llelen '58-23, 39 Nielsen, Marcia '59-28, 34 Nielsen. Yvonne Marie '57-17, 38 Noble, Jan '59-26, 28, 35 Nunley, James '57--417, 38, 72 Nygaard, Aliee-Faeulty 11 O'Connor, Larry '57-17, 34, 63, '72 O'Connor, Patrick '59-28 Oien, Marjorie '59-28, 34, 53, 64 Olander, Allen '58-23, 42, 45, 51 Ostrander Drug- -75 Page, Ann '59-28 Palo, Robert '58--28, 33, 39 Patterson, Rodney 67417, 37 Patteson 4 atteson: atteson, atteson, l P P Patteson lzutteson l 4 v edersen, Pedersen, Pedersen Pedersen: Avon '59-28, 39 Gracie '58-23 Jaek '58-23 Jerry '57-17 Pat 69328, 35 Ronald '59---28, 42, 51 Joyee '57-17, 34, 61 Karoline '58-23, 39 Katherine '58-23, 39 Mary '58-5, 23, 34, 63, 64, 75 Pekarek, Marlene 57817, 36, 61 Pep Club--35 Perry, Charlotte '58-23, 38 Peters, Ruby '59- 28 Petre, Kerry '58--23, 33, 51, 72 Phillips, Carl '59--28, 42 Phillips, Carol '58-23 Pinney, John '58-23 Pleake, Bruee '58-'23 Poland, Rodney '57-17, 37 Powell, Dan 58423, 72 Powell, David '58- 23 Powell, Sharon '59--28 Prall, Jerry '58 9, 23 Prall, John '59,--28, 33 Prater, Patti '59, -'28, 39 Pratt, Kent '57, '17, 37, 51, 76 Purnell, Alene '59-29, 34, 35 Purnell, Virgil-V-fl-'aeulty 8, 31, 33 Quieksall, Larry '58-23 Quieksall, Robert '58 --24 Quieksall, Ruthie '57- 17 Quieksall, Sharon '58--24, 32 Raaum, Glenda '57-17, 31, 39, 44 Radio Production-33 Ralrdan, Eugene '58--9, 24, 36 Randall, Bonnie 59729 Randall, Terry '58-5, 24, 38, 45, 53, 60 Reed, Charles '59--29, 75 Reese, Pat- Faculty 11 Rein, Pat '58-24, 36 Reitseh, Gerry '59- 29, 34, 36, 51 Reuss, Bob '59- 29 Reuss, Norma '58-24 Reyes, Gary '58-24 Rhodes, Dun 5747, 17 59, 60, 71 Rhodes, Loren '59-29, 42, 45, 49, 52, 77 Riee, Brad '59-29, 42, 49, 52 Richards, Eugene '58-24 Rieheson, Jim 59429, 49 4, 35, 39. , 32, 46, 47, 48, 49, 52, Agnes: go to Ostrantler Drug. Darrall and Chuck looking into the future of H. K, Robbins hay business. For the best service in town. Bluetta and Chuck say. "Co to Service Drug. ' Suzzane is being shown by Marla one of Ward Rugh's trucks for hauling your hay. 75 xv-3' x I 1 Y 'rx .liv- l 2 ,ii E X X ?L.f1 l Q. A 4 age I ga R Richmond, Jack '59429 Rieksts, Dzintra '57-17 Rleksts, Gunars '58424, 33, 51 Rlkansrud, Ray '57-17, 42, 60, 61, 70 Roan, Sheila '59429, 34 Roberts, Jay '58424, 33, 70 Robbins, Darrall '59-29, 49, 75 Robinett, Ruth Ann '59-29 H, K. Robbins475 Robbins Packing Co.- Robblns, Rodney '58424, 42, 43, 45, 51 Robbins, Sharron '58f24 Robbins, Sylvia '57417, 61 Robinson, Marian '59429, 53 Robinson, Virginia4Faculty 6, 7 Rogers, Paul '58-24 Rossow, Marcia '57-17, 35, 74 Rowley, L1oyd4Faculty 41, 42, Ruckman, Frank '58424 Rue, Garry '57417, 70 Rugh, Bev '5848, 24 Rugh, Marla '57418, 35, 62, 75 Rugh, Ward475 Satnik, Michael '59f29 Schaake Packing Co.476 Schnebly, Bob '59f27, 29 Schnebly, Clair '58424 Schoessler, Elsie '57410, 18, 39 Schultheis, Bruce '59429 Schurman, John '59-29 Searcy, LaVaughn '57-18, 32, 39, 60 Seaward, Lynn '59429 Senior Class--12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 Service Drug475 Seubert, Bill '58--24, 53, 64, 71 Shaw, Beckie '59-29, 32, 34, 36, 44, 53, 60, 62 49, 63, 73 Shaw, Sandra '5746, 18, 35, 36, 62 Shea, Pat '59429, 34 Sheckler, Robert '58424, 37 Sherman, Allan '59429 Shuck, Anna B.-Faculty 9, 35 Shull, Linda '58424, 35 Shull, Sharon '59429, 33, 64 Sisk, Charles '58424, 42, 52 Al '57418, 24, 32, 35, 37, 42, 45 46 Smith, 47, 48, 49, 51, 61, 73, 77 Smith, Betty '58435 Smith, Gale ,594-29 Smith, Gene ,57'18 Smith, Jeannie '58424, 33, 34, 35, 3 Smith, Stan '59429, 30, 36, 38 1 Snodgrass, Jack4Faculty 3 Snowden, Bobbie '57418, 61, 76 Snowden, Don '59429 llerbert Snowden Insurance476 Snvder, Mike '59429, 52 Sophomore Class--26, 27, 28, 29 Sorenson, Leslie '58f24, 37 Sorenson, Stan4Faculty 41, 42, 63 Sparks, Alice '59-'29, 36, 53, 71 Sparks, Connie '58424, 37, 33 Specht, Gloria '58424, 31 Stampfly, Merton '59429, 37 Staples, Billie '58424 Starkovich, Gary '58424, 37 Stern, Bill '59429, 36, 49 Stewart, Alec '58424, 37, 39 Stoltman, Joe '5849, 24, 33, 62, Stookev, Frank '59 Sullenger, Lou Ann '57418, 32 Summa, Midge '58424, 39, 73 Summa, Nancy '57418, 38 Sutherland, John '59-29, 39 Tavlor, Gerald '59--29 Tennis453 Tharp, Bill '59429 thclr savings at Washington Ray buying oil to make his car National Bank best service go to Vernis Flying go. For the "A" Station. 74, C Thelen, Laurel '58 24, 31, 39 For deligigug Cgkes and :1'homas, Byron '59 9, 29, 33L.39L 51, 76 snacks do as Barbara Thomas, llarolcl 59 29, 37, 52, 58 Thomas, Sandy '57 18, 32 Thomas, Tommy '59---29 Tozer, Bill '57 18, 33 Tozer, David '57 18 Timer, llozanna '58 24, 31. 39 'I'raek- 51 Trammell, Agnes '58- 5, 2-1. 34, 63, 64, 75 Triple li 32 Troxel, Douglas '58 25, 33, 39, 60 Tum-A-Lum Liimhei' Fumpany 76 Turley, 'l'an:lra '58, 25, 33, 36, 39, 61 Tyler, l-lorenee ,wh 25 Yan Ausllle, Gene '59 Van lirunt. .lim '57 18, 33, 39, 51, 60 Van Dorn. l'atric'ia '59 29, 39 Vaneil, Arley l-'aeulty -41. 52 X'ern's Flying "A", 76 Viilunne, Roy 59- 29, 42 Yuris, lieth '59 25, 39. 53 Yuris, llarrilil '57 18 Ynshall. Ilunalii '58 25 Voss, Kay '59 29 ':iles, lilll IH, 77 XX XXales. S1llI'1ll' .19 29, 3-1, -1-1, 53, til. 71 XX XX altun, lllel-Q '57 IH, 33, 916, 71 ilI'k'.Alix1xl 39 29, 61 Warner, Phillip '58 25 Xkarren, Jimmy 29 XVashingtrmn National Bank- -76 XX"its " " ' ' XX its . .rwn, Maxine .18 25 4 Jon, Miriam 25, 39 alt. Iiill '57 7, 18, 39, 63, 74 atts, Jerald '59 29 Wattersun, Freddie '57 18, 39 XVl'2lX'l'I', Jud '59 29, 33, 37, 611 XX' XX' Weber, Jerry '59 29 XXvl'1ll'I'. Xvl'I'IlM5T 19, 391. 37, 60 XX'ehley, John 25, 912, 45, 49, 51 Webster Cafe .Q liar-li-Q 77 Webster, Clymlene '57 19, 3-1, 35, 36 Webster, Linfla '59 29, 34, 35 XX'e11s, Bob 25, 3-1, 36, 51 XVells, llarriet '57- 19, 39 VVestern Stores 77 XVeteh, Gary 58- 25, 73 Wheeler, Barbara '59- 29, 39 XVhite. .lane '59 29 XVhitehul'st, Jaek '57 19, 37, 76 Whits-man's Grueery 77 Whitman. Jeff '59 29, 37 Wilkins, Kenneth '58 25, 33 Wilkins, Bobbie '59- 29 Wilkins, Lina lXI.- Faeulty 31, 32 XViley, Rosemary '58--V-25, 36, 44 Xvilliams, Ivan '59-- 29 XVilliams, John '59- 29, 33, 39, 51 XfVil1iams, Preston '58--'25, 36, 39 Wilson, Naney '57- 19, 36, 6-1, 77 VVilson, Ray '58 25, 36 Wilson, Sheila 58-25 Wilson, Tony '59 42, 51 Winegar, Arlene '58 25 Winegar, Wayne '56 25 Winterer, Emily '59 29, 37 X'Vunfly, liieharii '57 19, 39, 60 Wmrgum, Janiee '57 19 Yetter, llowarcl '59-- 29, 36 Y-Grill Drive-In 77 Younglierfz. Stan '59-- 29, 76 Younie, Darlene '57 - 19 Ziska, Garnett '57--19, 38, 60 and Nancy, go to Webster's Bar-B-Q. Mr. Rhodes is showing his son Loren one of the new freezers that just came into Western's Store. When your Mommy sends you to the store, do like Smitty and Cordie, go to Whiteman's Grocery Store. Barbara and Lenny are smart, they know that for the This was typical of our many pep best food in town, assemblies throughout the year. it's the Y-Grill! X :Se QAZAZ cite fid 0146.4 Patrons With Box Ads on End Sheets Don Akins, lnc. Anderson Oil Company Balcom 8. Moe Band Box Beauty Salon Bostic Drug Botta Saddle 'n Togs Brotherton Furniture Brotherton Seed Co. John Bruketta Burrage Insurance Agency A. C. Busby 81 Son Butterfield Chevrolet Button Jewelers CarI's Service Cascade Lumber Co. Dean's De Soer's Bakery Doby's Barber Shop Electric Supply Ellen Amusement Corp. Ellensburg Capital Printing Ellensburg Cement Products Ellensburg Daily Record Ellensburg Hardware Ellensburg Telephone Co. Evenson Funeral Home Farrell's Fischer Electric Fitterer Brothers Frank Haagen 8: Son Gilmour's Hamilton lron Works Hank the Plumber Happy's Food Store Harry's Richfield Home Town Food Stores Jerrol's K. C. D. A. Kelleher Motor Co. Kelly's Union Station Kittitas Public Utility District Kiwanis Club X KXLE Lazy-T Drive-ln Lentz Hardware Lunstrum Paint 81 Glass Lynch Motor Service Maior and Thomas Mange's Buster Brown Shoe Store Merryland Skating Rink Mid-State Co-op M 81 M Upholstery Morgan's Department Store Morgan Music Morgan's U-Tote-Em Mundy Shoe Store National Bank of Commerce Ostrander Drug Patterson Stationery J. C. Penney Co. Phare Paint Store Ramsay Hardware Rathbun Implement Co. Robbins Packing Co. H. K. Robbins Ross's Drive-ln Ward Rugh Schaake Packing Co. Service Cleaners Service Drug Sigman's Food Store Singer Sewing Machine Co. Herbert Snowden Insurance The Steak House Stockdale Realty Co. Willie Strange Sunnybrook Farm Tiffany Agency Tucker's Super Duper Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co. Vern's Flying "A" Washington National Bank Webster Cafe 8. Bar-B-Q Western Stores Whiteman's Grocery Woods Hardware Y-Grill Drive-ln YMCA Z e ffuis A004 Q Al-N-Dels Union Service Antlers Hotel Beacon Motel Bert A. Thayer Realty Bungalow Motel Cecile's Apparel Shop Coast to Coast Coffee Shop No. I Dairy Queen Deluxe Barber Shop Dickson Jewelers Ellensburg Body and Fender Ellensburg Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Ellensburg Jerrold Cable Esther Marian Shop Evansen Insurance Agency Faltus and Peterson Fuller Brush, E. G. Phillips The Gas Pump Goodsel Oil Company Cleman and Crimp Heaton, T. G. Kern, Dano, 8. Cone mfizf . Business Patrons Heinie's Electric Hickey's Motel Hollywood Cleaners JerroI's Handy Shop K. E. Cleaners Kreidel's Style Shop Lighthouse Motel Lucille's Beauty Shop McCormick Studio Mode O' Day Moser's Clothing Mundy's Real Estate New York Cafe Nicholson Drug Store Nifty Barber Shop Noble Service A. B. Offer Insurance O. K. Rubber Welders Powell Furniture Ray's Market Professional Patrons Newman, L. L. Panattoni, Joseph G. Pearl, Wm. Rex Rice Motors Rodeo City Motel Ross Brothers Rutledge Motor Company Sears Catalogue Office Shaw's Motel Sheeley Sewing Center Standard Oil Company SunfRay Beauty Salon Taylor Richardson Clinic Texas Company Tidewater Oil Company Triangle Auto Supply Reimer Farm Equipment U-Tote-Em, South Main Valley Clinic White Fitterer Company Wilkin's Print Shop Windmill Service Station Short, Spencer D. Thompson, Robert L. N' Lfgfilhsuff Q?" , .. '1 -1 1 Lifgfy . 1 1 X 1 11 1 f'f111f 1' 'U 491' ' 1, 1 L QM 1 11 1 Qjv-.15 1306 K, 11 U 11111 II 1 Il 1 Irs 11111 I1 1 11111 II our 11111 1 111s1111rg1 111 1 N 1 11 110111 N 111111 11118 111101 1' 111111 1 1 11 1 111110 r1111111111r 11 x1111r 1016 1991 s11111111 11111 IIIIN 11111111 s L11 111 111 11717111 r 111 1118111188 11111x1 81111111118 111111 11111111 111111 11111111 1111 1111r111111 pm 911 1 N-' x I ,AQ X A 1' f 1' V ' 1 ' A 1 .h I' I 1 3 4 I I f- fffw, 9 Q My . 11111 " 1111' 111111.11 '1 111' QI ' 111'1' 1 Q 'J , - 511' I 'gz .'1'111111. 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