Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)
- Class of 1959
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Judy Main, Business Manager
Brenda Wilson, Pho+ograpl1y Edifor
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On We Go! . . . Moving +hru +he school
X year fhe annual sfaff of fhe '59 Klahiam has fried
X j fo illusfrafe by prose and piclure The ever on-
ward movemeni of EHS and Hs s+uden+s. As
we sfarf lhis second filly years of yearbook
l I produclion, we have kepl' our book basically +he
ly ft 4? same. We fel+ +ha'r 'rhis layou+ provided 'rhe
' easiesf accessibilify To all sec+ions of our school
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SEPTEIVI BER GCTOBER NOVEMBER
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On We Go! . . . One 'rhing new in lhis
year's boolc is +he omission of a special club sec-
fion. We of fhe sfaff felr +ha+ all of our clubs
fall info cafegories such as clubs concerned wi+h
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DECEMBER JAN UARY FEBRUAR
I' On We Go! . . . On our opening pages,
ff ' we have shown how EHS looked +0 us as we
moved lhru fhe year of I958-59-Fall, Winier,
and Spring. To add +o +he appeal and affrac-
X-i +iveness of our in+roduc'rion pages and division
AC pages, we have used color and carfoons, each
MARCH APRIL IVIAY JUNE
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mlnnsIraIIon K e D gr r
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I:oo+I9aII 6 42
Track 6 SI
Baseball 6 52
Tennis 6 53
SociaI SIudies 6 57
Language Pwfs 6 56
CreaIIve Arfs 6 60
Prac+icaI Arfs 6 63
PIwysIcaI Educajrion 6 58
Science and IVIa'rI1 6 6 59
Commercial Arfs 6 64
SCHOOL LIFE 6 666666 6 6666 6.666 6 6-8I
MIsceIIaneous happenings and
UncIassIIiecI and uncIassIIIabIe,
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Adverfisers, Sponsors . . .
Irnporranf people and Irnporlranf
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Tl1ey're new-+l1ey're old! Tl'1ey're large-+hey're
small! Tl1ey're wise-i'hey're ofherwisel No ma'Her wha?
+hey're, 1'hey're always moving onward. Onward in work,
onward in play. Tl1ey're +l1e faculfy, flue adminislrafion,
and fhe s'ruden1's. They're 'Phe ones who are moving on
and in 1'urn +l1ey're keeping 'l'his EHS machine moving on-
ward. And, foo, +hey're all here in fhis Album Secfion.
lVIr. Brown still smiled after a hard day's work, we all knew that wasn't an easy job.
Mrs, Robinson was always ready to help.
"And now Mr. Brown has some special announce-
ments." Working as principal of EHS since 1930, MR.
WILLIAM BROWN has taken a genuine interest in all
of our activities and in every student. His friendly smile
and hearty, "Hello, joe," greeted and encouraged all. In
spite of his own very active schedule, Mr. Brown was nev-
er too busy to assist any individual or group who sought
his advice. To him we say, "Thank you," for his capable
"I didnt skip. I went to the dentist in Yakima." "I'm
going downtown to take pictures." Mrs. Virginia
Robinson, our office secretary, was faced each day
with excuses and questions requiring fair decisions
and sound advise. With a cheerful smile she kept the
office running smoothly. Mrs. Robinson was well
liked by students, faculty, and administration.
ieae came ide Zaaaea
Mrs Brown do you hue a moment' Adyree on
eollege seholarshrps program for next year or any
th1ngth.1tw.1s trouhllng an EHS grrl Thrs was Alue
Browns first year IS grrls eounselor Besldes this
she ldxrsed the Sophomore class and taught offlee
Ienrrls shrrpf N w dont stlrt untrl I elll
time A l1l'l'llll1I' frgure lt more ol those st lndird
rzed tests And 18 boys tounselor rt was the yob of
hd Anderson to L'LllLlL EHS hoys lnto eourses best
lrttmg the needs md lhrlrtres of euh boy He flllgllf
geometry ind rdxrseel the Sophomores 111 their elass
most rmportant yu rts ot the sehool system w 18 the School Board few
students eyer reallzed the helpful lunetlons they performed Besreles ""'
the usual jobs undertaken by the Board they had two mayor programs
last year These were proyrdmg funds through bonds for eaprtal
rmproyements rn the schools and eontrnued apprarsal of the sehool
program rn order to proylde support for a strong program of edueatron Nl' Anderson
At this meetmg of the School Board bonds helping to fmanee many Improvements at our school were being signed
The members of the Board were Dr James A Cobb lVlr Edward Smith Assistant Superintendent Nlr James Nlartm
Chairman of the Board Dr Carl W Olander Superintendent of Schools Nlr Nlarvnn Schroeder lVIr Don Broughton and
Vlce Chairman of the Board Mrs Grace S Young
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A track and football coach that every girl knew!
That was because Mr. Archer Andreotti also assigned
a locker to each and every EHS girl. He taught
physics, math analysis, and algebra.
"The show will go on!" With radio being one of
her major interests, Miss Ruth Argall spent many
hours helping to polish up the radio programs, as
well as teaching the fundamentals of speech to sopho-
Nlr. Andreotti ,
Exercises! Groans-moans! Miss Gladyes Baker was
way ahead of her sophomore physical education girls
in ability to do the exercises. She was advisor to the
G.A.A. and taught English literature.
"All right, everyone over here!" and another class
began for Merle Barnhill's industrial arts students.
Mr. Barnhill also taught biology, had a study hall
besides being assistant advisor of the Bulldog Guard.
Becoming a quick friend of EHS students and an old
friend of Mr. Vancil's from Yale where they were
both john Hay Whitney Fellowship students was Ll
new teacher, Mr. Ray Becthel who taught Sophomore
Composition and Literature, and one class of Business
Miss Argall Law,
Miss Baker Mr. Barnhill Mr. Bechtle
"Be Democratic-do it my way" was just one of the
many slogens Coyne Burnett had around his choral
room. Wfith his high school chorus he presented
several concerts this year, and also assisted a number
Off in a cloud of dust again was the yellow Chevy
and Eugene Forrester had to hurry in order to make
his Ag classes at the junior High. At EHS he in-
structed boys in Farm Shop and other agricultural
courses. He was adviser of the FFA boys and super-
vised their farm projects.
He was the puniest teacher in school! At least Mr.
Allen Goodell always had a clever pun for each class.
This was his second year at EHS, and he taught
Sophomore Literature and junior Composition.
Well, at least some EHS girls got to know this boys'
health and gym teacher because "Dutch" Henry had
a high school arithmetic class and he was also coach
of our tennis team.
Cooking . . . Sewing . . . Housekeeping! The facts
of these were taught to EHS girls by Mrs. Astrid
Kaaring, our home economics teacher. She advised
the Future Homemakers of America chapter in their
Nlr. Goodell Mr. Henry Mrs. Kaaring
705ea we needed Mem, leech 5eQe
Mr. Kibbe Miss Klobucher Mr. Labrecque
"There wouldn't be an annual without Kibbefn Merle
Kibbe put in another hectic year as adviser to the
Klahiam staff. Besides spending many hours on the
'59 Klahiam, he taught classes in Photography and
Geometry, and was in charge of visual aids.
A true pacifist! She had to be as adviser to the many
activities of the Senior class. Besides this perilous
task, Marian Klobucher taught Senior Composition
Ou est le professeurg America est pulchra. From
French to Latin, from first year to second, Gerard
Labrecque's students study the fundamentals of French
"He's been in close association with EHS for quite
some time now." That is because Mr. Harold Lind-
strom married a past Klahiam photography editor,
Gloria Kensel. And then coming here as a teacher
in 1957 he taught classes in chemistry and biology.
He also supervised a special study group.
A native of Ellensburg-a graduate of EHS, Mrs.
Florence MacDonald taught the students of her Alma
Mater composition and literature. She was activity
adviser to the junior class.
addy fauna! at had
"Even though we didn't know the one we wanted,
she always knew where to find the book we couldnt
find." Mrs. Alice Nygaard maintained a usable library
for all EHS students. She trained girls in library
work in her junior Librarians class.
Another new teacher! Coming from Twin Falls,
Idaho, this was Mr. Rex Olson's first year here at
EHS. He taught several classes in Biology and was
assistant adviser to the Bulldog Guard. . X
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Mr. Rowley is ma'
If anybody happened to notice a difference around
EHS after spring vacation that was because our foot-
ball coach, assistant basketball coach and typing
teacher, Mr. Lloyd "Stub" Rowley had taken off for
sunny California and Stanford University. Wluile in
Ellensburg he was PE Coordinator for the Ellensburg
An ardent sports fan, our bookkeeping and typing
teacher, Miss Anna B. Shuck, was sure to be seen
at every game. She was adviser to Pep Club in their
He was the man behind the many fine concerts put
on by the EHS band. jack Snodgrass was band in-
structor and adviser to many ensembles, the pep band,
and the dance band. Mr. Olson
Mr. Rowley Miss Shuck lVIr. Snodgrass
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Mr. Sorenson surnmerill
NI r. Vancil
Another alumni of EHS. this basketball coach, Mr.
Stan Sorenson, taught classes in American history and
U.S. Civics-in that way, at least a few girls got to
know the only eligible bachelor teacher in school. He
assisted Mr. Rowley in coaching the football team.
A past EHS student teacher that came back this year
as a full-fledged teacher! Peter Summerill taught
four classes of art plus supervising a study hall and
advising all our school dance decoration committees.
New to our school, but not new to Ellensburg was
Mr. john Trainor who came to us from Morgan junior
High. Mr. Trainor taught classes in American His-
tory, U.S. Civics, Business Law, and economics. He
was advisor to the Bulldog Guard.
Out of Cook Canyon-to EHS comes Mr. Arley Van-
cil in his green Chevy. He met each and every Senior
daily in one of his World Past and Present Classes.
Besides that required class, he was coach of the base-
ball team and adviser to the Delphians.
She was teacher of the future secretaries and business
women. Mrs. Lina Wilkins gave her students an in-
troduction to the business world as she taught the
fundamentals of beginning and advanced shorthand
and advanced typing.
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The typlcal plcture of the teachers havlng a hate to eat and trynng to forget all about us
It took a lot ot work to feed the hungry students who
bought lunch rn thc school rateterla Mrs Phlllnps and
Mrs Garthe our Looks were fated mth the enormous
task ot tcedmg oxcr a hundred students earh day They
drd thelr part rn kecpnng th school runnlng smoothly by
helprny, to satrsfy appetntes and tastes
levy students notlted how clean the school was when
they returned each Il1Ol'I1lIlg The paper mud and pop
torn of the day before was no longer there Mr Dale
MtC.1rtney and Mr Wrllard New our janrtors worked
each day and on weekends to keep the sthool lookxng t1dy
and to clean up after students who were careless about the
appearance of our school
Pat Lyons, lVlrs Phllups, Ron Patteson, and Mrs Garthe prepared our noon meal Willard New and Dale lVlcCartney kept our school splc and span
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Tre Senior Class officers were: Judy Main, Secretaryg Miss
Klobucher, Advisorg Mary Sue lVlaclVlahn, Treasurerg Jack
Fitterer, Vice Presidentg Loren Rrodes, President.
ADSLEY, TONY-llunrl 2-il-4: Iinsf-nilile 4: Base-lmll 2 1113
Musia' Fi-stivatl Z2-32-4: liztnee Band 4: IH-11 Hand 2-3-4.
ANDERSON, LINDA-Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Fluli 2-Sl: Stud--nt
lmnilers' C'mift-re-iu't- 2: Homeeoining: l'lztnninf:,' fllllllllllllvt' 33
Soiihmnore Class Vice Vresidi-nt 2: Student Yearbook Vmifer-
vnu- 4: Bulldog' Club Representative 3-43 Bulldog Fluli I'i't-si
:li-nr It Klahiztm I-Iflitoi'-in-Chief.
The class of '39 was proud of the unique fact that
they were the first class to start and finish their high
school years in the new E.H.S.
Another thing to be proud of was the Senior Ball,
"Reflections," which was the largest and most profitable
Senior Ball ever held.
The Seniors were kept busy throughout the year. Es-
pecially in the spring, what with plans for College Day,
the Supremacy contest, and Stunt Night. Climaxing
their Senior year was that last week. No school, but all
the activities: Baccalaureate, Stunt Night, Senior Break-
fast, Senior Reception, and finally, Graduation Exercises.
Heading the class of '59 as officers were: Loren
Rhodes, presidentg jack Fitterer, vice presidentg Margie
Oien, secretaryg Mary Sue McMahon, treasurer.
BAKER, DICK CDickardJ-Bulldog' l'lul1 llt'1ll't'St'llIklllYt' 0
lli-i il: A.S.B. i'UllIl4'll i:t"Ill'f'SQ'lllZlIlYt' Il: I-' fviv tlfztll Il IMI 2.
BALLARD, BILL-I-'.l-YA. 2-32-4.
BANGS, DUANE-Iintin l'lulv 3.
BARK, LINDA-Pep t'luli Il-4: Latin Flulr 3-45 1-'.H.A.
BENDER, DIXIE 4DixJ-Klahiam 3-4.
Tony Adsley Ken Allen Linda Anderson Bill Baker Dick Baker
Bill Ballard Duane Bangs Linda Bark Jim Barnhart Dixie Bender
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BENDER, DONNA-Pep Club 2: GMX..-X, 2: Chorus 2: Dramatics
2: Klahiam 4.
BENNETT' HAROLD-mmm 2-34 Donna Bender' Janis Bender Harold Bennett
BEST, MIKE-Hi-Y 2-Il: I-Iziske-tliall 2 lliy 4: Trark 3: Hase-
BLACKWELI., PAT-l".H..X. 4: Junior Librarian 4.
BORGER, BILL-Uliririis 2-2-4.
BORGSTAHL, GARY-Football 2.
Mike Best Pat Blackwell Dale Bodeman
BROOKS, BONNIE-Latin Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Chorus 2-43
l'Ins4-1nbl4- 4: Klahiain 4: Radio Production 2-3-4: Student Lead-
Qrs llllllf-4'l'E'llI't' il: rxllllll Return Planning Cmnlnittec 32 S0113
Loarls-r 3-4: Musiv Festival 2: Cheer and Srsngleaclefs Clinic 4:
Bullrlug Flub Swf-rvtary -l.
BROTHERTON, BILL fMeIvinD-Frencxll Club 2-3: Football 2.
Bill Borger Gary Borgstahl
BROWN, DAVID CDaveJ-Hi-Y 4: Transfer from Huntington
Park High Svlmol-Spanish Club: Track.
BRUKETTA, PAUL-F.F.A. 2-3-4: Judging: Team 3-4: Basket-
ball 2: Tennis 2-3 tlzllz Parliamentary Law Team F.F.A. 2-3
Bill Brotherton David Brown
BRUKETTA, WILLA LOU-F.H.A. 3.
BRUNSON, TOM-Bulldog Guard 2: F.F.A. 2-3-4.
BRYANT, BONNIE-Pep Club 2-3-4: Office Assistant 4: Kla-
hiam 2: Ainla Retain Planning Coinxnitte-if 4: Sung Leader 4:
Willa Lou Bruketta Tom Brunson Bonnie Bryant
Bonn ie Brooks
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Ann Burkheimer Paul Charlton Ron Christian
Tom Cleman Arnold Cleveland Bob Cook
Alison Cooke Wayne Cox Sherry Crawford
Shirley Daniels Geof Davis John Davis
BURKHEIMER, ANN-Pep Cluln 4: French Club 23 Klahiarn 45
.Xmla Retain Planning Committee 4: Student Yearbook Con-
CHARLTON, PAUL-Chorus 2: A.S.B. Council Representative
2--lg Music Festival 2.
CLEMAN, TOM-Chorus 2-3-41 Ensemble 2-3-4, Radio Produc-
tion 2-3-4: A.S.B. Council 43 Music Festival 2-3-43 Delpliians 4.
COOK, BOB-Bulldog Guard 2-3: Track CMJ.
COOKE, ALISON QKimJ-Triple E 43 F.H.A. 3.
COX, WAYNE-Bulldog Guard 3 CED.
CRAWFORD, SHERRY-Latin Club 2-3: Office Assistant 4:
Latin Club President 2.
DANIELS, SHIRLEY-Triple E 45 Pep Club 3-4.
DAVIS, GEOF-F.F.A. 3-43 Basketball 43 Baseball 43 Transfer
DAVIS, JUDY-Pep Club 2-3-4: French Club 3'-4, Radio Pro-
duction 3: Student Leaders Conference 35 Amla Retam Planning
Committee -lg Tennis 2.
DAVIS, ROBERTA fBerdieJ-Triple E 2-3'-43 French Club 2:
Tri-Hi-Y 2: Chorus 2-3-43 Music Festival 3-4.
DOLE TRUDY Pep Llulf 'E 4 Transfe-1 fmm Federal XX as
DUTTON BARBARA Ixlalulm 4 Transfer from Tahamft Hlgh
Sthool GIIIN lep Club FH X
'llath Contest 7 Xlllqlf' Ie-stu xl 7 4 Pep Baud " 4 -Xll Nmth
EASON DARREL H1X 4 Pb -X 234 ASB Councl
bophomore flaw Treasurer
EDWARDS ROGER tDustyJ FFA 9 'S 4 Judglng Team 2
oru-4 2 4 Chorus I nsxdent F I- A Reporter 'P Nluslc
stu al 2 I 4 1' all 4 tl J Basln tln '7
ELLISON ELOISE ihoxus 2 S-l En-emlrlt 34 Offue -XNNIS
ll 4 Nlls les ual
EMERSON BARBARA ltnd 2 3 4 Latm Club 4 Insemble
4 Tenms 'P Pep Band Dnutor 4
ENGLE MARGIE Ttxple In 2 l 4 Latin Club 2 Cam Club
Ixlahlam 4 Tlmus 2 3 Plfsldent of Trxple E 4
Roberta Davis Trudy Dole Barbara Dutton Mlke Dunning
Darrel Eason Roger Edwards Eloise Ellison Barbara Emerson
FANGBONER JANICE Trlpll I' 4
FARMER, RICK fBunnyb Bulldog Cuftrd 9 Bulldog Club Rep
luentltlxe 2 C HIUN 4 hu emlvle 4 Footlull 7 4 Trapt
Margne Engel rvmg Everett
Janice Fangboner Rack Farmer
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DYSON, MARTHA-French Club 2: Band 2-4: P.E.O. Award 2:
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Darlene Field Jack Fitterer' Alan Flaget
Fay Flaget Laurence Fletcher Steve Gage
FIELD, DARLENE-Pep Club 2-3-43 Rarliu I,l'fldUCll0ll 2-fl--li
Senirzr livveption Chairman 2.
FITTERER, JACK-Latin Club 2-3: Bulldog Club Representa-
tive 2: llny's State lh-pix-svlllzltive Il: Sm-nim' Class Vice-l'i'esi-
dent 4: Frmtbull 2-3-4 HCP: Iiztskvtball 2 1l'Ir 2 1l'IJ: Baseball 2-3
xlib 1l'Il: State Totirmiiiwiit 3: Y,V.l.A.A. 2-Il: Captain of Bas-
ketball 'Pe-am -lg Hrmiiwmlile Mention for all-valley in Football
fl: Sevrnicl team all-Valley 4
FLETCHER, LAURENCE-F.F.A. fl.
GAGE, STEVE--Latin Club 3--l: Boys State Renrvst-ntative 31
Snplzmnnre Class President 23 Tram-k 2 ill! 3 1El: Y.V.l.A..X. 2-3.
GORDON, SHARON-Cain Club -l: Student lmzulers Cunfi-reiwe
25: Ainlai lit-tain Planning Crmnnittee Cl: Amla lit-tain l'i'int-1-ss
2: Ye-ll Leader 4: Sung: header JT: Tennis 2: Bulldog' Club Rep-
rt-st-ntative 2: Bulldog Club Treasurer -lg Song and Cheerleaders
GOTCH, GERRY-Bulldog Club Representative 4: .-X.S.Ifl. Coun-
vil 2: Junior Rlx1lI't'S6lli2ltlN'P 31 Baseball 2 flqji Hi-Y Il.
GRUNDEN, NAN-l'i-p Club 2-rl: Klzihiani Ili 'l't-nnis 2: Student
lmziclei-s Cunfert-uve 2: A.S,B. Counvil 'Rt'lJl'l'St'lll1lllYt' 21 Suplm-
nuu--L H'l1i'eser1tz1tiYt' 2.
HABERMAN, JOHN-French Club 33 A.S.B. Council Ilepresen-
tzttive 4: Fcmtball 2-3 fElg Basketball 2 0135 Track 2 OD.
HAINES, COLLEEN-Triple E 23 G.A.A. 3: Chorus 2.
HALL, KRISTINE lKrisJ-Frenvli Club 23 Chorus 2-ZZ-4: lin-
svniblt- 2-fl-4: Tennis 2: M lsit' Festivzll 2-3.
HAMILTON, JOHN-Basketball 2-il-4 :Mig Travk 2.
Sharon Gordon Gerry Gotch Nan Grunden John Haberman Colleen Haines
Kris Hall Bill Hamilton Kirsten Hanson Pat Hawkins Jane Heaton
1 ft az' people an lie wick would
HAWKINS, PAT--Triple E 2-3-4.
HEATON, JANE-Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Club 35 Klahiam 4.
HEIMBIGNER, CRAIG-Football 3 QEJ 4 QEJZ Basketball 3
1EJ 4 41535 Baski-tball 2 QEJ 3 QE! 4 QEJ5 State Tournament 3:
Craig Heimbigner Bryce Herbst Sandy Hertz
HERBST, BRYCE fGopherJ-Band 2-3-45 Ensemble 3-4: Bulldog
Club Representative 45 Tennis 2: Music Festival 2-3-45 All Dis-
trict Band 3.
HERTZ, SANDY-Pep Club 2-3-45 Latin Club 2-35 Band 2-3-45
Chorus 4: Ensemble 2-3--ll Office Assistant 45 A.S.B. Council
3-45 Yell Leaflet' 35 Tennis 25 Music Festival 2-3-45 All-State
Orchestra 25: Master Musician 3: All-Northwest Orchestra 2-4:
Hi-Kords 41 Vice-President of Bulldog Club 4.
HITCHCOCK, CHRIS-Pep Club 2-3-43 French Club 2-35 Bull-
dog Club Representative 2: Chorus 45 Ensemble 45 Dance Gen-
eral Chairman 3. .
Vera Hickey Christy Hitchcock Marlin Hougham
HOUGHAM, MARLIN-Chorus 3-45 Ensemble 3-45 Travk 2-27:
Transfer from Leavenworth High.
HOWE, ALVA-F.F.A. 2-3-4: Judging Team 3-4.
JACKSON, WALTER-Latin Club 2.
Alva Howe Walter Jackson Virginia Jennings
JENSEN, TED QFungiJ-Chorus 2-3-45 Football 2 QED: Track
2-3 QED KEJ.
JONES, DUANE-Band 2-3-45 Music Festival 2-3-45 Pep Band
JONES, KAY-French Club 2,
Ted Jensen Duane Jones Kay Jones
Davld Kaflyld Lanette Kay
Duncan Kelso Bob Kerr
KANYID DAVID Ifl -X 4 Band 23 Baseball 2 3 Niuslc
FQNIIXHI 2 3
KAY LANETTE 'l'11pll F 2 3 4 Junmx Ilbrarxan 3
KELSO DUNCAN QDuncJ French Club 2 I Track 3
KERR BOB Choxux 3 Latm Club 2
KUCHENBUCH, KAREN Pep Club 2 3 4 French Cu
Irlnce ueneral Chairman Z l'l8Sld9llI of Pep Club
LAWRENCE ALLAN Transfer from ldmonds Sr H1gl1
LYONS PAT Pand 2 3 Buketball 3
LYONS WAYNE Tratk 3
MAIN JUDY Pep Club 2 3 4 Chorus 2 lxlahlam 2 4 Student
Leaders Conference 2 3 -Xmla Retam Planning Comm ttee 2 3
Som., leader 3 Se-uemrx of S1 Claw 4 Bulldog Club Repre
9LlllItlNl 2 Bunmw NIanag.,u of kl'1ln.an1 4 Lhannmn of Sr
Iteleptmn 2 Student Xearbook Conference 4 Bulldog Club
Tu lxuxer 3
MANN LYNNE Band 2 3 4 Lnsemble 4
Fred Kllmer Heume Klocke Karen Kuchenbuch Allan Lawrence Wayne Lyons
Pat Lyons Joe Mackner Judy Main Lynne Mann Jim Mapes
MAPES, JIM Uungle Jimj-Football 3 CEJ 4 KEJ3 Basketball
MAPES, JOHN-Football 2-3-4 KEJ3 Track 2 IEJ 3 QEJ.
MARTIN, SHIRLEY-Pup Club 3-43 Office Assistant 43 Junior
Prinw-ss 33 Cheerleader -I.
MARTIN, TED CReddy Teddyj--A.S.B. Council 43 Football 3
IICJ3 Base-ball 2 QED.
MARTINEN, KAREN-l'ep Club 2-3--I3 Chorus 23 Ensemble 23
Offim-e Assistant 43 Song Leader 3.
MCCOURY, JANICE-Pep Club 2-3-42 Chorus 2-3-43 Ensemble
43 Offis-e Assistant 33 Tennis 23 Music Festival 2-3.
MCLACHLAN, MIDDI-Pep Club 33 Offiue Assistant 43 Transfer
McMAHON, MARY-Pep Club 2-3-43 Freneh 3-43 Senior Class
'l'rt-asurer 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2-33 Band 2-3.
MCQUEEN, BARBARA-Pep Club 2-3-43 Latin Club 2-32 Chorus
23 Uffiee Assistant 43 Musie Festival 2.
MEILANDER, GEORGIA-Latin Club 2-33 F.H.A. 4.
MITCHELL, BERNADINE QBerdieJ-Pep Club 2-33 Amla Re-
tain Planning Committee 43 Cheerleader -I: Secretary of Junior
Class Il: Tennis 3 tlil 4 IEE.
NANCE. BILL-Latin Club 2-fl: Frm-neli Club 4.
NIELSEN, MARCIA-Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Club 23 Office As-
istant 4: Ainla Retain Planning Conimitti-e 2-3.
NOBLE, JAN-Pep Club 2-3-43 Anila lletam Planning Com-
mittee 33 Sophomore Class Secretary 2.
OIEN, MARGIE-P4-11 Club Il-41 Latin Club 2-33 A.S.B. SQCFC-
tary 43 Girls' State llelegate 3: Tennis 21 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3.
OZANICH, LARRY-Transfer from Tl1orp3 Basketball 4.
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John Mapes Shirley Martin Tod Martin
Karen Martinen Janice McCoury
Barbara McQueen Georgia Meilander Bernadine Mitc
Bill Nance Marcia Nielsen Jan Noble
Margie Oien Larry Ozanich Ann Page
Mary Sue McMahon
Pat Patteson Ron Patteson Carl Phillips
John Prall Patti Prater Alcne Purnell
Bonnie Randall Charles Heed Gerry Reitsch
Loren Rhodes Brad Rice Jim Rlcheson
Jack Richmond Sheila Roan Darrall Robbins
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PATTESON, PAT-l'v1i Vlub 2: 1-',H.A. 3--I.
PATTESON, RON lGoIdyJ-t'afcte-ria Assistant 3--ll lfnntbilll
2-3--I HCI: Track 2-3.
PHILLIPS, CARL CSeedyJ-Caff-tcria Assistant 3: Football 2-3-4
lliiz Ilaske-tball 2: Track Il 4311: Baseball 4 CMD.
PRATER, PATTI-l'e-11 Club 3-4: French Club 3-4: Flmrus 2:
A.S.Ii. Representative -I: Music Festival 2.
PURNELL, ALENE-Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Club 2-Il: Junior
Librarian 4: Radio Production 4: Ts-nnis 2.
RANDALL, BONNIE 1KittyJ-Triplc E 4: Frcnrh Club 2:
l".Il..X. 4: 1"afett-ria Assistant -l.
REED, CHARLES 1DumpyJ-Latin Club 3.
REITSCH, GERRY-Latin Club 2-IT: lli-Y 3-42 A.S.R. l'l'esirl6-nt
4: Student Leaders Fonfcrence 4: A.S.B. Pouncil 4: Track 2-3:
l'u1'Il2lil'lll2lll of Suplioinorc Dance.
RHODES, LOREN-Bulldog Club Re-lnesentative 3: Dclpliians 41
Student Leaders Fonference 3: A.S.B. Uouncil 3-4: Pre-sident of
Senior Class 4: Football 2 IE! 3 Ili! -I IEJ. Qasketball 2 117141
3 IICI 4 IEP: Baseball 2 llill 3 IEJ 4 IBD: Football Inspirational
RICE, BRAD-Fre-in-li Club 2-3: Hi-Y 3-4: Basketball 2-3-4:
Baseball Statm- Tournament 31 Y.V.I.A.A. 3.
RICHESON, JIM fDo-tery-Basketball 2.
ROAN, SHEILA-Pep Club 2-3-4: Latin Flub 2-3: Fhorus 4: Kla-
bizun Sl-4: A.S.Il. Treasurer 4: A.S.l2. Uouncil 4: Girls' State
llclt-gate 3: .Junior Class Treasurer 3: St-abeck l.ezxdl-rsliip
ROBBINS, DARRAL qParretJ-Latin Club 3-45 Bulldog: Club
IUXIJYY-1SPl1l?lllYQ 2-4: Hi-Y 3-4: A.S.B. Council Rcprescntativc
2-533 Basketball 2-3 rlfll 4: Track 3 41129: State Tournament 3:
ROBINSON, MARIAN-Chorus 45 Office Assistant 4: Tennis 2.
RUCKMAN, FRANK-Track 2
ST. JOHN, BETTY-Triple E 3-4: French Club 3-4: Transfer
from St. Francis High Oregon: F,H.A. 2.
S HNEELY BOB Ifl X 2 4 Jldglllg Trim 2 4 Student
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SCHULTHEIS BRUCE TI uk 2 Tlklllg UUtI.Il9'IXIlhl1I1lIlII
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N nlllt Il t an N 1 ul, 9 U Q. R lnnfm un Marlan Roblnson Frank Ruckman
I2 um ll J mnmrs 44 nesvn 1 lu 1 lint
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SHEA PAT I ltm Club 2
SHERMAN AL kootbill i4 INIJ Track J
SHULL SHARON RllIllJ It I t n 'P 3 Xll Sth-'ml Plax 2
SMITH GALE Benys 0 n 'e an'
SMITH STAN Fhorls 2 I -I Junmz tliw IV'llNliIt'Ill 5 Tlatk
Bob Schnebly Bruce Schultheus Lynn Seaward Beckle Shaw Pat Shea
Bob Sheckler Allan Sherman Sharon Shull Gale Smnth Stan Smith
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IIIZIIIIIIIIR' Vommittee 2-33 Ss-him' LJLIUQII Al: Sung Leada-r 2: I'.l'1.U.
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Byron Thomas Tommy Thomas Harold Thomas
SNYDER, MIKE-Chorus 43 Ensemble 43 Transfer from Olympia.
SORENSON, SORNIE-Band 23 Chorus 4: linsf-mble 4: A.S.B.
Ununril 43 Vive-l'iw-sill:-nt of the Junior Flass 33 Football 33
Basketball 2-33 Student Leaders Conference.
SPARKS, ALICE-Band 2-33 Pep Band 2-33 Tennis 2-3-43 Music
STAMPFLY, MERTON-l-'.l".A. 2-3-4: l".lf'..X. Speech Award 3.
STARKOVICH, GARY fStarkyJ--F.F.A. 2-33 Judging Team 2.
STEELE, SAM-Latin Flulu 3: Chorus 33 Ensemble 33 Music
STERN, BILL-Band 2-3-43 Ensemble 2-3-43 Basketball 23 Mn-
sic Festival 2-3-4.
SUTHERLAND, JOHN-Latin Club 3-43 Chorus 2-3-4: Radio
Prmhu-tion 3-43 Music Festival 3.
SWIER, MARY-I-TH..-X. 2-3--13 Klahiain 43 Transfer from Zillah.
THOMAS, BYRON fByJ-Chorus 2-3-43 Ensemble 2-3-43 Track
2-3-4 41293 Music Festival 2-3-43 Catpain of Track Team.
Don Turner Pat VanDorn Roy Vidonne Shirlie Wales Nikki Ware Jud Weaver
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Linda Webster Brent Whiteman Jeff Whitman Bob Wilkins Ivan Williams John Williams
VAN DORN, PAT fRustyJ-Chorus 25 Music Festival 2.
V WILLIAMS, JOHN--Bulldog Guard 2-3-43 Chorus-i 23 Radio Pro-
WDONE' ROY fBubb'es7'BuHd"g Guard 3' fombau 4 'Mi' fiiieiiiiii 45 Trai-k 2 my 3 4Mi5 Music Festival 25 President of
WALES, SHIRLIE-Pep Club 3-45 Cam Club 35 Klahiam 25 song Bum"g Guard 4'
Leader 2' wii.soN, TONY-Football 2-3: 'ri-at-k 2.
YETTER, HOWARD-Band 2-3-4: Ensemble 2-3-4: Music Festi-
val 2-3-45 Delphians 4.
WARE, NIKKI-Tri-Hi-Y 23 Office Assistant 45 Radio Produc-
tion 33 Student Leaders Conference 3: A.S.B. Council 43 Amla
Retain Planning Committee 33 Yell Leader 4: Song Leader 3:
Bulldog Club Representative 35 Song and Cheerleader Clinic 4.
WEAVER, JUDSON cJUd,-Fl't'l'lCll Club 3--lg Pep Band 23
Ilzince Band 23 Rzulio Prmluetion 23 A.S.B. Council 23 All School
Play 25 Music Festival 23 Ensemble 2.
WEBSTER, LINDA CRustyJ-Pep Club 2-3, Latin Club 2-35
Tony Wilson Emily Winterer
WHITEMAN, BRENT-Transfer from Eisenhower High School. 5
WHITMAN, JEFF DAvis f
WILKINS, BOB-Football 33 Basketball 3.
WILLIAMS, IVAN QRedJ
Howard Yetter Stan Youngberg
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The Junior Class Officers last year were: Lynn Knudson, Presidentg Mrs.
Wilkins, Advisorg Emma Jane Fitterer, Secretaryg Tom Ruebei, Treasurerg
Herb Robbins, Vice President.
The "in-between-ones" were often heard saying, "Next
year we'll be Senior-just wait!" The junior Class of 1960
with the help of Mrs. Wilkins and Mr. Goodell as advisors
had a most successful year. They participated in varied
activities including clubs, sports and dances.
One of the highlighted activities of the year was
"Affaire d'Coeur"-An Affair of the Heart for those not
knowing French. This was the theme of the junior Prom.
held April 4, 1959, in the multi-purpose room of the High
School. Lots of pink crepe paper, the Eiffel Tower and a
cafe scene all helped to carry out the Parisian theme.
The flowers for graduation were furnished by the
junior Class and added beauty to the ceremonies. The
class also participated in the Supremacy Contest and really
challenged those Seniors.
The officers of the junior Class included Lynn Knucl-
son, presidentg Herb Robbins, vice presidentg Emma 'lane
Fitterer, secretaryg and Tom Ruebel, treasurer.
Kathy Abel John Alder Robert Anderson Jim Bangs Joan Beckett Skip Bennett
Della Ann Bird Eldon Bird Sharron Black Judy Bodeman Gary Boersma John Bopp
gem: Meg' an
Bob Borger Gaylord Bruketta
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Paul Crites David Crum Charlene Curtiss
Pat Dell Dave Demorest Carrol Derrick
Jackie Bull Gaye Buiton
Judy Carlson Gary Chapman
Jeri Dodge Ken Doermg Maureen Doolan
Sherry Eastburn Jerry Eaton Christine Ekiss
Sandra Fields Emma-Jane Fitterer Karen Flam
mu uoreey John Dunning Frances Dyk
Bev Enloe Jean Enloe Kay Erickson Jerry Farrell
Geraldine French Janice Gilbert Terry Gilmour Bob Goad
Goldade Keith Grant
Danny Harrington Dave Hawk
Thelma Hedrick Bill Helmick
Jade dzeama an new q
Terry Heavmn Edith Huhn Mary Lou Hunt Kenny Jensen
Jane Johnson Pat Johnson Paul Johnson
Merlyn Hicks Bob Hocker Doreen Hoffnauer
Karen Holloway Harold Holmes Carol Hougham
Steve Kelso Linda Key
Sue Lathrop Thelma Lee
Jo Jones Bev Joyner Mary Jane Kay
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Kay Lym Heather MacDonald Linda Mackner Janet Manor Pat Marchel
Phyllis Marchel Shirley Marchel Vivian Marchel Scott McCabe Karen McClure Mary McManamy Wally Messinger
Kenny Meyer Diane Miller LeRoy Miller Kay Mitchell LeRoy Mitchell Marylou Gilmour John Moreau
Jackie Morgan Geri Morrison Tom Morrison Bob Mundy Jack Munson Delmer Nickell Nancy Nyberg
Ray Oien Julie Olander Dorothy Olson Nancy Osmonson Helen Ozanich Doug Partridge Chester Pederson
Teresa Perak Jim Perkins Barbara Peterson Dan Pike Delsie Pike Dick Pott Carol Powell
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Del Powell Sharon Powell Jackie Probasco Louis Rapp Virginia Rairdan Faye Read
Sondra Read Tom Ruebel Gall Robblns Herb Robbunf Carolyn Rogers Duck Rosenburg
Kathy Rugh Pat St John susan schnebly
Janet Sharp ohn Sherman
Margaret Seeley Jlm Slenla Pat Severm
Sherrye Slnclanr Frances Slsk Jerry Smnth Mary Smlfh Nard Smlth Erlc S0999
Lynn Sorenson Dale Starkovlch Marilyn Stevens Howard Stohr
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Allen Waters James Watson
Martin Tenney Linda Thelen LeRoy Thomas ., .
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Ron Webster Jane Wehr
Robert Trammel Kim Turley Jim Turner
Skip Wescott Cecile Whitehurst
Chris Vining Sandra Voyles
Tom Whiteside Becky Willett
Elton Williamson Brenda Wilson Carol Wilson Gary Wilson Marilyn Wilson Mary Wilson
Mary Windnagle John Winston Susie Wippel Wayne Worgum Lowella Young Sharron Ziemba
The Sophomore Class Officers were: Mrs. Brown, Advisor, Bob Larson,
Vice President, Liz Welding, President, Karen Strange, Secretaryg Gaye
came aa Zi
The Class of 'bl
The Hlittlest ones" seemecl to be all over the place
all the time. They uccomplishecl things and participated
in numerous events.
Advising the Sophomore Class in their various enter-
prises were Mrs. Brown and Mr. Anderson. Helpful sug-
gestions by the advisors were given as how to act .xt the
Senior Reception. The Sophomores had complete charge
of this event and successfully carried it out in May.
At the Senior Ball, the Ylunior Prom and the tolos the
Sophomores were present, hut especially they attended their
own Sophomore dance.
The officers of the class of 1961 included Liz Welcl-
ing, presiclentg Bob Larson. vice presiclentg Gaye Driver,
secretary, and Curen Strange, treasurer.
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S. Betassa Tom Borger Melvin Braaten Merrilyn Brain Denny Brandt S. Brotherton Sandy Bryant
Teri Burgett Chas. Burkhead Judie Burns Bobbi Caldwell Pat Caldwell Bob Case Terry Cavanaugh
John Cleman Dennis Calwell Michael Cross Diane Davis Kay Davis Gerry Dawson Lloyd Days
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Joanne Dearl ill Demorest E vin DeSl'az Rick DeSoer
Pnil Dolquist Gay Driver Bob Eklss
Eslinger Billy Fields Terry Ford
Helen Gabel Pete Galameau Wallace Garthe
S eve Gerwels Janice Glesy BillGlenn
Betty Goodwin John Greer Darrell Griffin
J oe Gross
Cathy Hand Shelby Hanchett Martha Hahn
G Hanson Norman Hanson Carrie Harris
Ellen Harris Kelly Harris Janet Harsch
C Hawkins Mary Heaton Don HGHVIIII1
Pat Helegeson Loel Helmlck Clara Heritage
Pat H pe Irene House Juanita Howard
Darrell Howe Edna Huhn Sharon Huppert
Darrell Johnson Linda Joyner
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LaVern Sorenson M Sorenson Joyce Sparks
Caren Strange Tara Summa Jane Sydow
I ornas Harold Thompson L Thompson Mike Tucker
Rachel Turk Ronnie Vallet Bob Vanwagoner Jane Vldonne
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Frank Lambg Harold Williarnsg Terry Gilmourg Gaylord Brukettag Alan Fourth Row: Lyle Nlettlerg Jay Sprouseg Gerry Dawsong Bob Case
Sherman. Second Row: Brent Whltemang Rick Farmerg Jirn Nlapesg Ted Danny Perkinsg Harold Thornpsong Jack Nlunsong Bob Hocker Al Gold
Jenseng John Nlapesg Brad Rieeg Craig Heirnbignerg Soren Sorensong ade- Wally lvlesslngerp Joe Gross. Firth Row: Charles Burkhead Gene
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All Vicfories Again
VICTORY ff lfor the setond ye.ir in .i row the Ellens-
hurg Bulldogs remained undefeated through the grid sen-
son. Wfhen it was over, they ranked first in the Northern
Division rind plaeed fourth in the Associated Press state
football poll. Two Bulldogs were seletted for the All-
Everyone hoped. hut no one expected that this season
would he .is sueeessfiil tis the liist, But the undefeated
reeord grew .ind grew rind there we were on top of the
league. Down went Nathes, XX'r1pnto, Ephrata, Toppenish,
llighliind. Ciriindyiew, Selah, Prosser, rind finally Cle Elum
hy the store ol' 12 to 0.
John Mapes Ted Jensen
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Coaeh Rowley eommentecl after the f1rst game It IS
1 telm effort exery trme we are sueeessful And 1f team
effort w1ns games we eertarnly must haye had 1t Espeelal
ly the mght of the muddy ramy Cle Elum game Exen
though the f1eld was Sllppffly 1nd sloppy our Bulldogb
pl 1yed eourxgeously and w1th determ1n1t1on and won Truly
1 1spl1y of telm worle l
At the end of the season 1 speelal bmeyuet w 18 gn en
by the Rot1ry Club ID honor of the XILTOYIOLIS l:HS te 1m
At thus tnne speelxl lw 1rds were presented to the follow
1111 yl1ye s loren Rhodes the lllSPlI'J.fIOl1ll Aw lrel Herb
Robbxns the Bloelung Aw 1rd 1nd to 'led ensen Ind ohn
H ll3Ll'I11ll1 IS LO LlPl'1ll1S
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ment tl11t m my of the te un members had been seleeteel
lor the Allxllley opponent teuns Seleeted from our
Sillellkl for the te mms were Ted ensen ohn Muses IIN
Mnwes Flerry Gllll1OL1f Allen Wfaters 1nd Herb Robblns
Ted Jensen breaks away to make the flrst pomt after
the touchdown ln our vlctorlous game wuth Wapato
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Arnold Cleveland IS maklng flne headway for the mlghty
Bulldogs whlle Al Goldade follows up to help hlm out
Bob Hocker Gary Wllson Craug Helmblgner Brent Whntman Brad Race
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Durlng the 1958 football season our Bullpup squid
won tour 1n lost one hut they eltum they hid 1 tue
vyon one lost season Xou see ll Dans h ulnt hul hus
trouble IH the eanyon we surely would h ue hut them
Only professional terms aetually htue fleld teams
But here at Ellensbury, High Sehool we hue our ovxn
lrelel te un the Bullpups 'Ihese boys go Into training., mtl
get experxenee ID playing, gunes whleh are not hlehly
PLll5llLlZC'Ll but yery import mt to us as the Bullpups 1re to
beeome members ot the A squad the next grld se lson
John Haberman Alan Waters
Eisenhower Izllenshurg 'Ihere
Cle: Elum Ellenshurg Here
Wapato Ellensburg Here
Cle Elum Ellenshurg, There
Marquette Ellensburf, There
Rick Farmer C r Prnll ps
Herb Robbn Jim Ma es Ram wand nor frost kept Bob Mundy from taking the tickets of the
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Hocker, Craig Heirnbigner.
Second Row: John Haberrnan, Manager, Loren Rhodes, Mike Best, AI
Third Row: Jack Fitterer, Keith Grant, John Hamilton, Manager.
Successful Hoop Season
Hustle Boys!! These were the key words for our
team this year. Setting a fast pace, the Bulldogs main-
tained it through the Basketball season. Wfinning lf! and
losing nine, the team, coached by Stan Sorenson, came so
close to being a state bound team, but were defeated in
the Y.V.I.A.A. tournament by Wayuato.
The Bulldogs drew large crowds to the EHS gym.
and quite a number to our out of town games, to
watch them play with all their fire, spirit and determina-
The Class AA league was a tough league this year,
but no team was particularly on the top. When two teams
met it was anybodys game until the final second. But, the
Bulldogs beat everyone in the league at least once during
the season and at one of the home games really shellacked
the Y.V.I.A.A. champions, Richland. Although our team
did not make it to the state tournament this year, we all
felt that they had a good season, and that they were one
of the best teams. We will always be proud of our hustling
The Y. V. I. A. A. basketball tournament, held at
Eisenhower gym in Yakima, was a lively place to be on
February 27, February 28, March 6 and March 7. Partic-
ipating in the tournament this year were six teams con-
sisting of: Kennewick, Ellensburg, Eisenhower, Richland,
Sunnyside, and Wapato.
Nlike Best Jack Fitterer
Keith Grant Craig Heimbigner
'zeal Z e SWS team cancer!
1958 59 Baske+ball Schedule
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1959 Kennewlek 57 60 Ellensburq
1959 Rrehland 66 55 Ellemburg
1979 Wapato 74 61 Euensburg Brad Race st ugg1ed for the baI1 as A1 Waters rushed In to hep hm
Bob Hocker AI Waters made a real effort to retrueve the ball as Jack Futterer Bob Hooker and Cramg Hermbugne 1ooked or1
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Kellmeyer and Sprouse qo for a Bullpun rebound
An unxnted sueth member ot the B squad basket
ball team yolned m the preliminary game m order to
earn hls basketball letter He vus 1 till ehap tvxo t et'
Perhaps you saw the good looklny, fellow at thrs mme
a blael eoeker spanlel ealled Ruff and Ready Besldes
that great addrtron to our basketball team there were
elexen sophomores and three yunlors
The Bullpups piled uy 1 yretory detelt reeorel ot
elght wms and twelye losses Whermexer they were de
teated thrs toreeful squad vsent down fnyshtrngj The team
earned yaluable playrng experlenee They learned the eyen
lmportant lessons ln sportsmanshlp and teamwork for the
purpose ot the B squad blsketblll team IS to preplr
and fue playrnzg experlenee to those who will mlke up
next years A squad
Coaeh Stub Rowley sard ot hrs B squad I enyoyed
worklng with thxs year s B squad yery mueh I feel that
they hustled at all tlmes ind hustle ls the most IIUPOITIII
faetor for sueeess IU athletxes
The Bullpups played the prellmlnary games They met
some tough B squads and llke all teams they vyon
some and lost some but they reeerxed the experlenee
whleh IS so lmportant for next years A squad Thelr
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Front row: Mr. Trainor, Mr.
Olson, Mr. Barnhili, advisors, Second row: Kim Turner, Bert Peterson,
Scott McCabe, Jackie Bull. Third row: Dave Dernorest, Chester Pedere
son, Leroy Tromas, Fourth row: Bob Mundy, Lloyd Days, Joe Shiill,
The members of Bulldog Guard were:
Wallace Garthe. Fifth row: John Williams, Mike Cross, James Watson
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"Show your pass, please" was a frequent request
made by members of the Bulldog Guard. Where? At
almost all school activities. The Bulldog Guard collected
admissions and checked passes at games, they helped
move bleachers, ran the popcorn machine at games, and
many other enterprises to make our school attivities run
smoothly. The Bulldog Guard sponsored a donkey basket-
ball game. This year they held one to help pay off the
The sports program not only provides the boys with
exercise, but also gave our coaches quite a workout.
The victorious football squad couldnt have done it
without Coach Rowley's walking up and down the foot-
ball field during the game. The "A" squad basketball
team had Coach Sorenson on their side with his good luck
charms: a red tie and red socks. Coach Andreotti's track
team really worked up a chemical reaction when they
started running and jumping.
Coach Vancil set aside his history books and made
history with his baseball team. His famous "Come on
Babyu could be heard at every game. Coach Henry help-
ed with those hits in tennis while running from one
court to the other showing them the right techniques.
Mr. Rowley, IVIr. Andreotti, Mr. Henry, Mr. Vancii, and iVlr. Sorenson John Mapes and Steve Gage were out to win the track meet against
were the coaches who ted our teams to many victories, Davis and Ike High.
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Those who turned out for the track team were: Front row: Ron Patteson, Mike Tucker, John Haberman, Roger Edwards, Bill Baker, Steve
Kelso, Torn Thomas. Second row: Lynn Knudson, Steve Gage, John Mapes, Ted Jensen, Ken Meyer, Dave Brown, Jack Munson, Byron Thomas,
Darrel Eason. Third row: Wally Messenger, Marlin Hougham, Herb Robbins, Harold Williams, Al Waters, Al Goldade, Delmar Nickel, Gene
Probasco, AI Sherman. Fourth row. Lloyd Days, John Williams, John Winston, Wayne Worgurn, Ron Webster, Charles Burkhead, Gerry Daw-
son, Frank Lamb, Larry Ozanich, Eric Sogge, manager.
Coach Archie Andreotti was greeted by some new
and some familiar faces, as the boys pranced out to prac-
tice on the spanking new track.
As the weather cleared, the boys settled down to
work. After school the one-two-three call was heard as
the calisthentics got under way. Muscles began to limber
up, cinders began to fly, and so did the javilins and discs.
The boys were almost ready for that first track meet with
Moses Lake on April 4. Round and round the track they
went, their time getting better. Then the big day arrived.
the first track meet, and the boys did fairly well. Next
they hosted Eisenhower and Davis of Yakima on the home
field. Setting the paces this year were eighteen of our
lettermen and on the field were found eleven boys who
The team progressed right along with the season into
more meets and better times.
March 2-1 ..,,.. At West Valley
April -l ...... At Moses Lake
out of 32 schools
April 11 ...... At Ellensburg ......
April 18 ...... At Ellensburg
26,Wapato 37, West Vall
April 25 ...... At Yakima .....
Walla Walla 30, Centralia
Ellensburg placed 15th
Davis 64, Ellensburg 60,
Highland 29, Grandview
16, Ellensburg 44
.Wenatchee 45, Davis 44,
19, Richland 12, Ellens-
May 1 ...... At Ellensburg ...... Wenatcshee 76, Ellens-
burg 50, Moses Lake 12, Ephrata 9
May 9 ...... At Ellensburg ...,.. Davis 67, Ellensburg 42,
Selah 22, Highland 19, Cle Elum 2
May 15, 1959-District Meet-Kennewick 31, Davis
50, Eisenhower 18, Ellensburg 11. Byron Thomas, Allen
Waters, and Ken Meyers went to the state meet.
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The Baseball team members were: Front row: George Nleek, Bill Dorsey, Loren Rhodes, Gaylord Bruketta, Harold Thomas, Geof Davis, Jack
Fitterer, Don Goetschius. Second row: Carl Philips, Fred Newschwander, Bob Case, Shannon Kollmeyer, Gary Wilson, Brad Rice, John Cleman,
Jay Sprouse, Fred Mundy, Bill Helmiclc. Thord row: lVlr. Vancil, coach, Howard Yetter, Tom Cleman, managers, Keith Grant, John Wade,
Craig Heimbigner, Harold Thompson, Bob Larson, Tom Young.
Spring sports came, and baseball was in season. The
weather was good for the outside practices and our boys
really worked hard on the diamond south of the school.
L Returning to the team this year as lettermen were
Gaylord Bruketta, jack lfitterer, Keith Grant, Craig Heim-
bigner, Loren Rhodes, Brad Rice, and Gary Wilson. And
to add to the mighty strength of the Bulldog baseball
team twelve sophomores joined us this year.
They formed a fast hitting, fast running team. Yes,
the boys on the Bulldog baseball team were really on
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"Swing those racquets, bat that ball",
was the motto of this years tennis team.
The fact that the racquet squad was
forced to compete with the track and
baseball teams for manpower, and the
lack of practice courts, handicapped
They started out the season slowly, but
they seemed to pick up speed and swung
that racquet with real vim and vigor.
The courts were scorching hot from all
the lootwork that went on. The gallant
few were admired when they charged
out onto the court for their lorm was
good, their pep was tops and good
sportsmanship was evident.
Seniors on this years squad were: on
the girls squad Margie Engel, Beckie
Sliavx, Alice Sparks, on the boys squad
was Paul Bruketta.
Mar. 28 Eisenhower., ,Ellensburg
Mar. 27 Davis ..s.s.,,.... .Ellensburg
Apr 5 Selah s.,c,,,,..,, ..Ellensburg
Apr. 4 Wapato ......,, ,Ellensburg
Apr. ll Toppenish .... ..Ellensburg
Apr. 17 Eisenhower., - ,Ellensburg
Apr. 18 Davis .........,,, - ..Ellensburg
Apr. 24 Toppenish .... ..Ellensburg
Apr. 25 Wapato ,.,,..., ,Ellensburg
Members of the tennis team were: Front row: Sandra Oakland, Carol
Morrison, Jane Sydow, Beckie Shaw, Alice Sparks. Second row: Mr.
Henry, coach, Bill Winston, Jackie Bull, Joe Shull, Paul Bruketta.
Third row: Lyle Mettler, Scott McCabe, Tom Rubel, Carol Bender,
Mary Heaton, Marge Engle.
Wally Messinger and AI Goldade took the hurdles and kept running for the Bulldog track team.
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More requured sublecls less elechve choice as
seems +o be ihe preseni' irencl as educahon progresss
foday The new requlremeni' fo goin ihe lme-up a+ EHS
a world pasi' and presenf class IS feafured un our dlvlsaon
page plcfure And lnsfeacl of glvlng a hrmg effecl' io
our currsculum sechon by pIC'l'Ul'Ihg each and every class
we have aflempfed +o show fhe besl' posslble coverage of
all phases of learmng In EHS
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in Scott Brothe-rton's speech.
Speech For Sophomores
Important subjects fill our curriculum. Speech
was one of the many subjects that was offered un-
der the Language Arts program. Communication
and social cooperation were improved as the students
Active Delphians members were: Nlr. Vancil, advisory Sharon Shull,
Martha Dyson, Howard Yetter, Loren Rhodes, and Tom Cleman.
of speech learned to use their native tongues with
distinction. Speech serves the individual as a means
of reacting to and influencing his fellow man. Speech
abilities were improved and the students were guided
towards better community and group life and better
The Delphian Club, a relatively new organiza-
tion of our school, was one of the groups who used
their native tongues the most, This group of five
students and their adviser, Mr. Vancil, were organ-
ized for the purpose of critical thinking and talking.
The members included: Martha Dyson, Sharon
Shull, Howard Yetter, Loren Rhodes and Tom Clem-
For Juniors and Seniors
Social Studies include three required subjects:
World Past and Present, American History, and
Civics. The principles and ideals upon which our
democratic society is based and how these apply to
everyday life was knowledge gained through these
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Wforld Past 1nd Present the newly required sub
ject dealt wlth the understandlng of our torexgn
nerghbors .lceordrng to thelr gCO2,1'i1Pl1lL1l enuron
ment Through thms class students gained lsnowxledec
ot world geogrtphy md hovs geography lI1l'lLlLllLLS
Cults 1nd Amerlcln I-hstory vxere 1 study ot
Amerie in goxernment md dotulnented tlLLOIDPllNl1
ments Problems ind lssues whleh beset our society
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And We Read
Another subyeet III the Language Arts program
IS Literature Llterary skllls sueh as the dblllf, to
read dlfferent types of llterature wrrtten at ellffer
ent pernods wlth an understandmg and dPPI'C.LldflOI1
ot them was one of the many thmgs galned from
I wonder what hrs secret was? It looks as Nlr Tramor had hs
class fascunated an American Hustory
Mass Klobucher seemed to be keeping her Luterature class mteresteo Nlr Labrecque was uettmg somethmg across to the students In hrs
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And More Language Arls
Foreign language classes were Offered at El-l.S.
and were meant to instill in the students the desire to
understand people of other countries. Both French
and Latin give a basic understanding of the culture
of the people studied.
A S+orehouse Of Knowledge
Card catalog, vertical file, unabridged dictionary
---these were all familiar articles in the school library.
These and numerous others provided a source of ma-
terials to be used by classroom groups as well as the
individual students. The main objective ofthe library
was to acquire materials and provide services to im-
plement the objectives of the school. Many students
become skillful and discriminating users of the li-
brary and readily become aware of the resources
There was nothing like a lively game of volley ball for the mixed fories of lVlr. Henry and Miss Baker.
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To PI'OXldC useful knowledge and tralmng ln
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ellxldull to get the hwhest enyoyment from hte mel
gne hxs best se-fume to m inkxnd these are the pur
poses ot the Health Physltal Eelutatlon and Athletxe
program Athletus are LOI'l1PCfltlXC by ClCf1f1lflOfl and
toopcratne by netesslty mel students were glNLIl ln
oywportunnty to praetlte this tttltude 1n the Physxtll
Sexenee and m tthem ltus toole on new IIT!
IOFIIIILL IH the ptllilll eye durme the last two
yexrs 'IlllS syylng, dld not h ne 1 fQXOlLlflOFl1fy
ettett on the number ot students fdlslllyg these
leen lI'l hw tlemmd xrouncl l:H5 Courses
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While They Sang
The sixty-member chorus, also part ol' the line art:-
program, under the able direction of Mr. Burnett had an
active year which included outstanding assemblies. public
concerts and numerous appearances. A smaller group, the
High Kords, sang for various special activities. Eloise
Ellison, Roger Edwards and Soren Sorenson were three
members ot' the chorus chosen to attend the All Northwest
Music Festival in March. The officers ol' chorus included:
Roger Edwards, presidentg Carolyn Rogers, vice-presidentg
Dorothy Olsen, secretary-treasurer and Susan Xwippel,
Those who participated in the chorus were: Front row: NI. Rogers, E. Ziskefoose, P. Helgeson, L. Welding, C. Raaum, S. Marshall, G. Inks, B.
lvliclke, S. lvlehrer, R. Turk, Nl. Nlonfort, C. Curtiss. Second row: B. Brooks, S. Roan, B. Shaw, C. Hitchcock, S. Hertz, L. Ellison, F. Christopher-
son, J. Herron, C. Kelly, M. Robinson, G. Button, P. Johnson, H. Ozanich, L. Rlegel. Third rovv: S. Wippel, C, Vining, l'x'I. Mcllllanamy, D. Olson,
K. Mitchell, S. Sorenson, R, Edwards, B. Thomas, E. Ellison, J. lVlcCoury, C. Hansen, D. Hoffnauer, E. Winterer, N. Nyberg, S. Weaver, C.
Hougharn. Fourth row: Mr, Burnett, T. Cleman, S. Smith. B. Kerr, T. Jensen, D. Nyberg, S. Westcott, lVl. Hougharn, B. Borger, L. Helmick, C.
Chapman, S. Steele, B. Wall, B. Helmick, lVl. Snyder, J, Sutherland, J. Perkins, T. Bryant.
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The Home Ee girls vtere having a vtell prepared buffet.
Calling All Girls
Homemaking is the area ot learning which
has lveen known variously as "domestic arts."
"household arts." "domestic science," and "home
economics." This class attempted to help students
athieve tl satisfying family and personal lite. lt
provided experiences to help students develop skill
and judgments which serve in a changing world
Zefofze we ,da
Future Homemakers of America or F.H.A. for
short. is a non profit. incorporated organization. The
membership was open to all girls who had completed
one year in "Home lic" and their purpose was to
promote an appreciation ot' homemaking.
Sue, will you pose for us today?" It you took art.
you were prohahly called upon sometime during the year
to pose. The art program provided for the needs of the
students and the services of the school. The field ol' art
ant to make the surroundings ot' the school more
attractive, The various decorations for dances and other
l events of the year were aided by art students.
were classes for sophomores, iuniors and seniors
iey provided a halance ot' fine arts with some crafts
A Vocational Elective
Another elective at E.H.S. was photography
Although direct vocational henetiits could he derived
from the course it did not attempt to substitute for
vocational photography, except that exploratory work
might prepare a student for something more than
snapshots of grandma, junior or the girl friend.
Joan Herron poses for the art class while they draw her picture. Mike Snyder and Linda Joyner looked quite busy working on their
faetwze, we needed Zee mate
The Ag Boys
It is through Vocational Agriculture that Mr.
Forrester's farm boys learned better farming stand-
ards. These boys were better known as the members
of FFA or Future Farmers of America.
They participated in numerous events including
public' speaking and parliamentary procedure con-
tests. They placed first in a judging event at Moses
Lake and received a first place award for their
booth at the Kittitas County fair. The year was
concluded with an annual parent-son bancluet.
The officers for 1958-59 included Al Goldade..
presidentg Merton Stamptly, vice-president: Ron
Wfebster, secretaryg Heinie Klocl-ze, treasurerg Wfayne
WOfgUl11, reporterg and Lawrence Fletcher, sentinel.
Show is the common name riven to Industrial
Arts. From this class students rain a broad stud'
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ot materials, organization, processes, products and
human problems in industry. Courses are offered as
art of a 'eneral education and aimed at broad and
Members of FFA were: Front rovv: Heine Klocke, Chester Pederson,
Elwin DeShazer, David Kanyld, Paul Bruketta, Jim Sikes. Second row:
Gaylord Bruketta, Irving Everet, Danny Harrington, Ron Webster, Bob
Nlundy, LeRoy lVlitcheIl, lVlr. Forrester, advisor. Third row: Wayne
Worgum, Geof Davis, John Davis, Lavverence Fletcher, Alva Howe,
The boys in shop appeared to be working hard under the guidance of lVlr. Barnhill.
Patty Prater, Eloise Eiison, and Judy Davis watched Beckie Shaw add
on the adding machine in the office machines class.
From The EHS Office
"jane was reported ahsent first period. is she
ill?" This is one of the duties that the nine girls
taking office prattice had frecording ahsentees and
phoning home. Under the supervision of Mrs. Roh-
inson the girls piclaed up attendante slips, answered
the telephone, issued tardy and admittance slips.
counted cafeteria money and did numerous other
jobs needed to efficiently carry on school office ac-
"Carol, will you dito one-hundred copies of this
test?" This was a common request heard in the
office machines class. Office machines was a class
taken by students interested in the commercial field,
Typing tests for teachers. ditoing letters'-all these
were johs undertaken, Students learned to operate
adding machines, electric typewriters and other
machines associated with office work.
"I got twelve words a minute today!" This was
a proud exclamation of many first year typing stu-
dents. Later on in the year of course, they wondered
how they could possibly have typed so slowly. By
the end of the year typing skills had been developed
that aided them in other classwork.
The first year typing class found that learning 'Lo type wasn't nearly as easy as it looked.
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The har! workung Klahuam staff 'nernbers were Front Row Brenda sow NI rge Knglc amce G ert In a nder on a ' Nl
Svvter Bonnie Brooks Second Row Barbara Dutton Kay Erlcson Lnnda Key Torn IVIorr1son Nukkn Ware Jane Heaton Judy Mann Erntly Wxnterer
D1x1e Bender Shlela Roan Ann Burknmmer
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The s+uden+'s life is confinually on lhe move. This year we
have made a slory ou+ of 'lhe school life secfion. We hope
+ha+ our Joe High shols will +ypi'Fy each and every sludenfs
school life. And lilce his confinual onward movemenl, Joe's
school life-l958-59--moves +hrough +he year in narrafive
form. Joe's and Jane's-'rhis is your school life.
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Jerry Eaton, Garry Reitsch Marg: Olen, Gay Driver lVIr. Brown, advisor
and Sheila Roan had gathered ln the ASB office to d.scuss certain
That School Life!
"Hurry, hurry-only four minutes between classes and
all that way to go!" "Oh, we've been here three years
and havent been late to class too many times." And so
it went as joe High entered the spic and span halls of
EHS once more to start another year of learning and
another year of "school life". To a sophomore the halls of
e alafzledl aut'
A. S. B.
The Associated Student Body put their heads together
and came up with some very new ideas for worthwhile
activities and enjoyment. The popcorn machine was one
of the new additions to EHS. Popcorn was sold at the
basketball games and some of the money went towards
the redemption of the bonds. This added convenience to
our school was also enjoyed by students at lunch time.
The pass sale was very successful this year and especially
Miss Klobucher's room which won first place. Then they
sat in the choice seats at the assemblies.
The 1938-59 officers of the ASB. were: Gerry
Reitsch, presidentg jerry Eaton. vice president: Margie Oien.
secretary: and Sheila Roan, treasurer.
EHS and the upper classmen looked mighty big--and oh,
those teachers! The junior, being in the middle was fairly
confused and a little disgusted at having to still look
upward where he would see the mighty Senior. However.
whenever that mighty Senior began to think he had no
one to look up to in EHS-he had only to look at his grade
card or the pleasantly stern face of an EHS educator.
John Davis smiles big for his student body pass picture. Linda The an Thelma Lee, Karen Martinen, and Marcia Nie son were
successful in sel ing Al Goldade a booster button.
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Cllss otfleers 1nd representztlxes vsere nomnnated .lt
ellss meet1n3,,s the song and eheerlexders held thelr tlrst
pep rllly md StlIldLI'IZf.Ll tests were stlrted these
numerous other exents took plate lI'l September
ll'lSf1DLLS Llllfllifw the vxeele ot September 16th ASB
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looked their best tor these
Ex e ry one shined up
The halls are empty and quiet This was a very rare moment
Radio Bandstand held Oetober ard vns the may the
rldlo produetlon elm ,tarted out nts year It was held nn
the multu purpose room dlreetly llter the football game
vuth Toppenlsh B111 Stern and ludy Mun were the
mnmng eouple ot the speemlty dmee the Ireeze 1nd
were e.1el1 gnen 1 eertlfleate for a reeord Rebel Rouse.
VM15 the tune played for the eonteat
A musueal monologae hy Sondrl Read proxed to be
Joes A53 pass exeellent lntermlsslon entertainment
l'Radlo Bandstandf' sponsored by the Radio Production Class, helped to ralse more funds for the Bond redemtlon
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"Sierra Swing" and swing they did at the Triple E
Tolo on November Sth. About 100 couples attended and
danced among the snow-capped card-board mountains to
the music of the Mixers. Vifelcomed as intermission
entertainment were Sam Steel and Kay Mitchell singing
solos and a pantomime done by three Triple E members.
All in all the dance was a lot of fun and a welcome
change from the regular school routine.
The fourteen talented musicians of this year's Dance
Band performed for numerous special occasions. One of
which was the special Chorus and Band Dance. Others
included the performances they had with the band at
several public concerts.
Playing everything from jazzy dixieland to dreamy
waltzes their audiences whether dancers or listeners found
music was better than ever.
G. A. A.
Members of the Girls Athletic Association worked
hard at their after-school outings to earn their letters.
Besides keeping fit and trim, the girls found lots of enjoy-
ment in the many games taught them by their advisor,
Miss Glaydes Baker . . . They learned how to put the
rules and skills of numerous games into actual practice.
Their activities included shuffleboard, volleyball, basket-
ball, baseball, and badminton.
In the spring a play day was held in Wapato with
Those who participated in the Dance Band were: Front row:
Tony Adsley, Diane Miller. Second row: Lynn Mann, Sandra
Oakland, Pat Johnson, Barbara Emerson, Heather MacDonald.
Third row: Jeff Whitman, Karen Elam, Merrilyn Brain, Glen
Rosander, Lowell lmhoff, Orin Page, Martha Dyson.
the GAA gfOL1PS of UIC valley high SCl'100lS participating. Those who participated in GAA club were: Front row: Mary
The ' 15 f O EH , t, Y' - . ' , . - Wilson, Barbara McClure, Frances Siena, Betty Goodwin. Second
. , gif S I m S Cn cred ugorolbly into the Lompe row: Marjorie Rogers, Brenda Wilson, Jane Wehr, Betty Cook,
tition and were good representatives of our school. Miss Baker, advisor.
Swinging carried out the theme of the EEE tolo l'Sierra Swing." This was the first formal dance of the year.
The participants of Triple E were: Front Row: Lanette Kay,
Marge Engel, Pat Hawkins, Kay Davis, Shirlie Daniels. Second Row:
Roberta Davis, Terry Cavanaugh, Judy Quicksall. Third row: Janice
Fangborier, Mary Jane Kay, Terry Burgett, Betty St. John.
Having yelled and cheered our :nighty Bulldogs, they realized we were
behind them all the way.
For many years the Triple E girls of Ellensburg High
have donated many services to our school. Taking care of
the nurses room and making coffee for the teachers were
two of the numerous services, lf you got hungry at basket-
ball games these girls were always on hand selling candy
bars and gum.
The highlighted event of the year was the annual
Triple E Tolo, held November 8, 1959. Sierra Swing was
Officers for the 1938-59 year included: Margie Engel,
Presidentg Pat Hawkins, Vice Presidentg Kay Davis. See-
It was a balll Yes, a good time was had by all the
many couples who attended the Senior Ball. After much
thought and discussion the Class of "SQ" decided that
"Reflections" would be the theme. Carrying out their
colors of red and silver on the walls the Seniors hung a
magnificient revolving ball in the middle of the multi-
purpose room thus creating a moon-like effect over the
Making it a dance that will live always in the memory
of E.H.S., was the simple fact that it was the very first
Senior Ball to show a profitfa true reward for the effort
put in by the members of the Senior Class.
Mr. Brown presented the basketball trophy to John Haberman and The poor sophomores struggle through their standardized test. Fun,
Ted Jensen, managers. wasn't it?
gdaen ta am ' adam
Joe Steps Out The FHA club members were: Nlrs, Kaarlng advlsor, Llnda Bark Diane
Miller, Judy Carlson, Frances Slena, Barbara McClure. Second row:
Georgia Nllelander Sherry Eastburn, Esther Wheeler, Ann Page.
Reflections" the theme of the Senior Ball was reflected throughout the school year.
Om amy cmd cieezfecwlew Zend aa
The members of Pep Club were Front row Judy Aktns Sue Lathrop Marcta Nielson Kathy Rugh Jeri Dodge Shtrly Betassa Shaaron Pe'erson
Mary H aton Lnda Bark Julie lvarx Jane Hoa on Second row Caren Strange Christine Hansen Marleen Marsh Susan Schnebly Kelly
Harrts Bar ara Mtelke Sue Ntpp Shtrley Daniels Janice McCoury Darlene Field Third rovv Cecile Whttehurst Margaret Seeley oan
Herron Sandy Bryant Sharon Powell 'Vlary Wtndnagle Emma Jane Fttterer Kathy Abel Heather MacDonald Dorothy Olson Linda Anderson
Fourth row Shtrlte Wales Gaye Button Thelma Lee Lorelei Begalka Kathy Hand Linda Rtegel Martha Hahn Judy Walton Terry Heavultn
Pat Johnson Judy Davis Fifth rox Nancy Osmonson Lvnda Thelen Sue Simmons Barbara Peterson Judy Bodeman Julte Olander Mary
Mt:Manamy Mary Srmth Carol Wilson Barbara McQueen Barbara Schnebly Sixth row Patti Prater Crystol Raaum Teresa Perak Gert
rrtson Sherrye Sinclair Duane D vs t en urn Margie Oren Ma lyn Wilson Molly Gehl n Seventh rovx Liz Welding She
Hanchett Sandra Voyles Gay Driver Marilyn Stext-ns 'Vlary McMahon Christy Hitchcock Ka en Kuchenbuch Becky Shavx Karen Marttnen
Judy Matn Sandy Hertz Trudy Dole
Sttrtmg thc yur out in true Pep Club style thtsc girls
ttrrtctl on 1 sutttsstul stla ot boostcr buttons The blue
intl xx hitr buttons not oulx promoted pap but the rcxcnue
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Our Pep Promoters
Wfhat was it the cheer leaders were always talking
about when they were supposed to be watching the games?
Four petit brown-haired misses were the choice of the
student body when they elected our peppy cheer leaders.
Dressed in their snappy blue and white uniforms the EHS
yell leaders led the student body in yells at the assemblies
and at all the games.
Witli a song and a cheer our energetic song leaders
added pep and enthusiasm to the sports season. The snappy
looking group included a representative from each of the
three classes. Also, dressed in colorful blue and white the
seven girls promoted a great deal of spirit and color for
The song and cheer leaders working together planned
all the pep assemblies. Workirig extra hours they organ-
ized the special Amla Retam assembly. Their daily
morning practices advised by Miss Glaydes Baker enabled
the girls to keep ahead with new yells and routines.
Cam Club was organized for two main purposesg ex-
perience in photography and earning money. Cam Club
is an organization strictly for taking pictures. Jobs ranged
from individual shots for school files, the ASB picture
passes. dance shots, and group shots in all of the schools
in Ellensburg. Members received renumeration for their
efforts, and the net profits were used for photographic
If it hadn't been for these four peppy girls, Shirlie Martin, Bernadine
Mitchell, Sharon Gordon, and Nicki Ware the games would have been
The members of Cam Club were: Sharon Gordon, Marge Engle, Brenda
Wilson, Emily Winterer, and Tom Morrison.
Last years enthusiastic song leaders were: Sue Baker, Bonnie Brooks, Janet Sharp, Bonnie Bryant, Irene House ,and Pam Wattier.
Senior queen, Beckie Shaw.
Senior Queen Beckie. a tall pretty, blue-eyed blond.
carried the air of dignity throughout Amla Retain week.
During the many activities of Amla Retain week
Beckie's sparkling personality came through to make this
week a more enjoyable one.
Um gcceen and ,e
Amla Refam Week
Amla Retam? VUhy it's simply Alma Mater spelled
backwardsf Witli that matter clear in all minds and the
end ot' basketball season in sight. we planned and proa
ceeded with our third annual Amla Retain week. The
festivities began with the contests on a homeroom basis.
The competition included the door and window contest
and the slogan and cheer contests. The last day of the
week was known as "Blue and XX'hite Day." On that day
all the homerooms dressed in their various costumes and
paraded separately into the assembly.
The special hour long assembly stirred up pep for
the game that night with Toppenish. During the halftime
of the game the Royalty that reigned over the 1939 Amla
Retam, was crowned. A large heart was formed by the
Pep Club and the Queen and her attendents were intro-
duced and crowned inside the heart by their respective
class presidents, After the victorious win over the Toppen-
ish XX'ildcats, the Amla Retain dance sponsored by the Pep
Club was held in the multi-purpose room.
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the band provided the music for their arnia retain stunt.
had make 4 gaaal 140:44 felam
Becloe Shaw, queen, expressed her thanks to the student body as Lynn
Joe Judges Knudson, Emma Jane Fitterer, Loren Rhodes, Kelly Harris and Bob
Princess Emma Jane
Emma jane Fitterer, elected junior Amla Retam
Princess, displayed courage and personality, flashing her
friendly smile to the students and adults alike. She spurred
the enthusiasm and was one of the best rooters cheering
the Bulldogs on to Victory.
Sophomore Princess, Kelly Harris, possessed the
same outstanding qualities of the other members of the
Amla Retam Royal court. She had the poise and dignity
that made her an excellent representative of Ellensburg
With only one boy on the Klahiam staff, a harem theme was used for Amla Retam. Souhornore Princess, Kelly Harris
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The members of Tr: HI Y w re Front Row Lowella Young
Sandra Read Duane Nlrller Gall Robblns Second Row Jane
Joe Strolls Wehr Brenda Wrlson Pat Johnson
It wus 1 good seuson oe Three txmes durmg, the
sehool year students and tuulty took tnme out ot therr
busy school diys to xttend tw lrds .lssemblles it which
lthletes Bulldog Guxrds and GAA members reeened
letters 'Ihese lssemblles vsere presented to gnc recognition
this may students and faculty gaye thexr thanks
Two ol the busy ygroups were Trl H1 Y .md Hr X
Besrdes other projects the groups each had money rausmg
programs Both Trl I-I1Y and HIY sponsored Bulldog
Club onee t1 month for the purpose ot rusmg money for
other funetlons The Trl H1 Y also held 1 ur wx lsh The
elrmix to the year s work was the trip to Olympm by the
student goxernment delegates The persons chosen to
The popcorn machme was the most popular The Bulldog Guard members are shown acceptmg theur we earned letters
place n the school at noon tame
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Coyne Burnett and the hands d1ru.tcd by uk Snodgnss
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these progruns I1L1I1f.I'Ol15 and x1r1ed 111us111l nurnluers
Martha Dyson Er1c Sogge and Karen Flam were our three
It looked as though Jamce Gvlbert Lmda Key and Margaret
Seely are qulte busy puttmg up Jumor Prom decorat ons
e Juhror Prom was a great success and everyone seemed to be havlhg a fabulous 111-he
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The chorus was sunglng at a concert along wuth the Junlor Hugh and grade ehool bands
Everyone was havlng a good tame at one of the many Bulldog dances
Bulldog representatlves Sharon Gordon Sue Baker Pam Wattner
Llnda Anderson Sandy Hertz Julla Olander Nlarcva Nelsen Nlkkl
Ware and Betty Goodwln appeared to be dlseusslng a very Important
The eluestlon yx 1s Is there 1 Bulldog, tl inte it th
X MCA thus vseeleend f XX'hy ot tourse there xx 18 Bulldo
Club IS tn OI'cL1IlIZt1UOI'l mlde up ot homeroom represen
txtnes and 1 representunxe trom Klttltas mel 'Ihorp
Headxng th1s group is ottxeers for thus year were
Presrdent Lllltld Anderson Vlee President Sandra Hertz
Setretary Bonnle Brooks Treasurer Sharon Gordon intl
Mr Pitteson genertl 1LlXlSCI 'lhese fue toyeether vylth
vxhnh V518 the ble, exent ot the yetr
Danee protlts ment to the World Serxlee tund
Glrl s and Boy s State
Leglslature battles .Ind eomnuttee room VKI'J.IlWllI'lU
rre LOINIIV up thus summer for tour FHS student Emmt
me lltterer 0 ones Bob Hoeleer and 'lom Ruebel
'lhey were the unlors eleeted by the student body to
represent Ellensburg H1 h Sehool III the moele leg1sl,1ture
sess1ons This year Gxrls State vull be held on the CXWCE
eampus and IS sponsored by the .Al'Il6I'1Li1Il Leflon Aux
lllllfy The Legxon also sponsors Boys State held at Paerfn
Nearlng the en
ROL1I1Llll1fj the bend and faelnt the fllltll streteh tht
students whole heartedly plunged lnto extensne t.unp.ugns
for 1959 60 Assoelated Student Body offleers The t1n1l
tl 1te tor elettlons was set tor Mly 6
O1 lets all head tor Vantxge sud the semors
Some went sooner others Wanted untrl th1t tlnll yweele
vshen all semors vlere exeused leaung the Sophomores
and unrors to slaxe away mth semester exams Wl'11lC the
too early semors made up tlme
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Emma Jane Frtterer Jo Jones
Bob Hocker and Tom Ruebel were
chosen to go to Girls and ys
Got to get home md yy ish the slnd out of my h.11r
Iye got to get re ldy for the Senior Reeeptlon glyen Ly
the Sophomore ellss Ill the multr purpose room vtas the
frrst of many letlutles plmned for the Semors durmg
The next f.1st tlnght home mls lveeluse of Bltelllu
re lte Seryrtes on May sl
Eyery Senror stuffed themselxes tt the SLIIIOI' Brexle
fist the next mornrng How we gonnx smm when you
feel lllee le td tune the moms md groxns
Eyery student semor lunxor or sophomore looleed
form 1rd to stunt night held on une 7 And therr hrgh
expettltlons were met by the Senrors who xxorleed
llle hu 1 vyoneerful X lrrety of sluts md tllent
Then wrth 1 fm 11 flremell to EHb the tllss of 1959
I lrxded leross the gym floor md reeelxed thenr drploml
rt Lommeneement Exertxses on une l Afterwx trds .1 mad
dash to the Elk s temple there s 1 Senror P1rty golng on
This lllgli sehool flnlle sponsored hy the parents brough'
1 hippy end for the seniors leumg them vuth mlny
fond ITICKIUOFICS of EHS
Oh say vxe just eant forget une w The day the
Klahrams were handed out md slgned and the dly exery
one went to Vantage saynng Whoopee It s all oyer See
Tre Sensor speakers were Judy Mann Salutatorlan and
Martha Dyson Valeductoruan
On the last day of schoo' Tommy Morrison Mary Swxer
Brenda Wulson and Pat Dell gathered on the steps to
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The lasf sechon of our book is 'lhe index. I+ cerfamly
isn'l' lhe leasl' fhough, for here are lisled lhose very im
porfanf people lhe adverlisers. In fhis seclion you will
find all lhe people included in +he bool: and where lo locale
+hem. The lasf +wo pages of +he index give a shor+ run
down of +he '58 '59 EHS calendar as if moved onward.
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truck get filled up at Anderson Oil Company. and lVloe, potato, cattle, and fruit producers. hairdos that are offered at the Band Box BeautY
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David Crum and Johnny Bopp look over one of 'Would I ever like to have that!" says Byron
the trucks used for delivery at Bestway Building Mike Cross takes time out for a rest while working Thomas about the new Evinrude at Bill's Sporting
Center. for his father at Big Star Service. Goods.
'lWhich color do you like best?" Sondra Read Sharon Gordon, Linda Anderson and Sandy Hertz, Allen Waters mixes up a nice, cool drink after
asks Judy Bodeman while shopping at Brotherton officers of Bulldog Club, go over the details of school to give his dad a hand at Carlylels Fountain
Furniture Co. the coming dance. Lunch.
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Vu vuimupzli, Terry-'61-36, 12
Ihr. Neil R. Pays-R5
4'lmpinan, Gary--'60-31, 61
Vohli, James, A.,-11
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Cook, Betty-'60-31, T1
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Crum, David-'60-31, 59, S4
Curtiss, Fharlene-'60-31, 61, S0
Imvis, .Iuhn--51420, dll, 63, hx, ,lo
llavis, Judith-'59-21, 64, 74
Davis, Roberta-'59A21, 72, SS
Dawson, Gerry--'61-36, 42, 51
Days, Lloyd-'61-36, 50, 51, 78
Dell, Pat-'60-31, 65, 74, Sl, 90
De-niorest, Billf'61-37, 42
Demorest, David-'60-31, 50, TS, S6
IleShozer, Elvin-'60A37, 63
Dodge, Jeri-'60-31, 74, 79, S0
Doering, Kennie-'60-31, 90
Dole, Trudy-'59-21, 74
Dorsey, Bill-'60-31, 42, 52
Driver, Gay-'61-36, 37, 62, 68, 74
Dutton, Barbara-'59-21, 65
Dyson, Martha-'59-523, 56, 60, 71, 79
1-Eason, Darrel-'59-21, 51
Eastliurn, Sherry-'60-31, 73
Eaton, Jerry-130431, 65, SS
lillenslmurg Coca Cola Bottling: Co.
lullensburg Iron 1Vorks-S6
Ellensllurg Sales Yard-S6
lille-nsluurg Telephone Company-R6
Ellison, Eloise-'59-21, 61, 64, 92
Ellison, Lorraine-'61-37, 60
Emerson, Barbara-'59-21, 60, TI, 79
Engel, Margie-'59-21, 53, 65, 72, 75
Enloe, Bev-'60-31, S6
Enloe, Jean-'60-31, S6
Erickson, Kay-'60-31, 65,
Everett, Irving-'59--21, 63
Faltus and Rutledge-86
Fangboner, Janice--'59-21, 72, 88
Farmer, Rick-'59-21, 42, 44, 51, 61
Field, Darlene-'59-22, 65, 74, S4
Fitterer, Emma-Jane-'60-30, 31, 74,
76, 77, 81, S7
Daniels Sl1i1'lew-'59-20, 72, T4 rzawm-ds, Roger-'59-21, 42, 45, 51 Pint-1-ei-, .lat-it-'sflim 22, 42, 45, 46,
Davis, Ge-of-'59-20, 46, 52, 63 61, N6 47, 49, 52, 79
Davis, Kay-'61-36, 62, 72 likiss, Bob-'61-37 Flaget, Alan-'59-22
Nancy Osmonson is anxiously waiting for her dad
Dick and Sue Baker look over the logs that will Patti Prater tries to decide which frames fit her to make her a butterscotch sundae at the Dairy
soon be sawed at Cascade Lumber Company's mill. best from the wide selection at Dr. Neil R. Cays. Queen.
For a refreshing pause, Judy Akins and Alice One of the repair jobs done bythe Ellensburg Iron Dave Demorest and Roger Edwards look over a
Sparks stop at the Ellensburg Cocoa Cola Bottling Works is admired by Clifford Hawkins and Ron young calf before the Wednesday auction at the
Co., lnc, Patteson. Ellensburg Sales Yard.
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, II ,, ,, I I II - I 44 e, 1 'z - 4 44. -...4, 4..
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lim-tw-liills, limi-'til-IIT, 42, 49, 49 14,-I TI NI ig,.uU,,,..gj ' I ,, 9
4:4414i444i4- Al-'lillifiil 40 44 41 Tl 42 14.44 1. , -r-4 9-4 -4 .-- --4 Hum' """"""1"""' Gr
' ' 53 ' ' Ml ml' ' 'lm-A :'t7"I'l 'F' '11 "II ' Hunt, Mary l.f4u---'60-32
Hriiidell, Alan, fzwulty lil, 17 A' 'M' M lllllflfew Sl'il"'l"x"ll'37
. , - i. ,, , 4. ,,,
1ll4r41lwin, IRQ-tty .lr-:ln-141 .4l.Ill, Ml HIIIIIIIIIII 4'-III,I,yY-.IWIII22I H HHN' 'xll"I'7"l"'5
Hiiitlnll, Sll2lI'Ull'.5fl' 22, 75, Sl, N5 97 I 44 I 4-I4. YI.,.,
IIIIIIIIII I:IIIIIIyi,5!IY22 llitl11ml4, Ilullnft l4Ill ...TII I II I
4:4-44441, Keithfwslifzrz, 41, 444, .43 1lf""'l'1H'1H1'4 lI'211H'fr12fQ-44 4-- 4-44 404
454-H.,-I J,,hn7'4g1,fg7 44, 442 Tmllsiff. l.14we-ll-'lil-ZZR, 61, T1
flI'ifflIl, llzirrell--'lil-ZIT lll-lun-sim, I'z1t-'61-277, will Inks, filririu-'lil-KS, G1
Bev and Jean Enloe test the new direct-distance Wally lvlessinger gets the feel of a Chrysler product Ted Jensen spends some time after school trying
dialing at The Ellensburg Telephone Company, at Faltus Motor Co. and Rutledge Motor Co, on the high-quality clothes at Farrell's Clothing
Mary Windnagle and Emma-Jane have wishful Nliddi McLachlan and Sharon
thoughts as they look over the furniture at shopping at Gilmour's where
Fitterer Brothers. vegetables.
J Klolvuvh:-r, Marion, favulty-14,
Iilrwlu-. Heinie--'50--24, 63
-'11"kS""r Wf'l'f"'e"5f"'-23 icitwke msief'fs1ifA,-:sz
.Ienninp.:s, Virg'ilia-'SE'-253 Knowles, lion-'61-35
'I""S"l" ke""l'f"'0 442 A - Knuclson, I,ynll--'ISU-Zill, 32, 51
'l""S""' 'l"'l-"9-'5'l'gt,'5' 'M' "L 60' 72' Kollineyvr. Sll2illll0!I4'lll-Ifs,
Johnson, I'at-'60-32, 60, 61, 7
Johnson, Paul-'60--32, 90
Jones, lluane4'5El-23, G0
Jones, Kay-'59-23, Sli
Jones, .Iof'till-32, 78, Nl, SS
Joyner, Linda-'lil-tix, 62
Juniors-Sill, JH, 32, 113, 34, 215
Kaaring, Astrid, faculty-13
Kanyid, Ilavid-'59-24, 63
Kay, Mary .lane-'60-32, 72,
K. IG. Cie-anerswSS
Kelly, Charlotte-'61-278, 61
Kelso, Steve-'60-32, 51, 79
Kerr, Boll-'59-24, 60, 73
Key, Linda-'i50-32, 455, 79, 94
Kihlw, Merle, fat-ulty-14, 68
Kilmer, Frm-rl-'5!l-24, 42
1, 74, 78
Kay, Lanette-'59-24, 71, 72, 38
l12ll7I'6C'1llll', Gerald, faculty-14, 57
lilllllh, Frank-461438, 42, 49, 51
Larsen, Ellinor-'60-32, 59
Larson, Bob-'61-36, 38, 42, 450 51 52
Lathrop, Sue-'60-172, 74
Leo, Thelma-'60-32, GS, 74
l1lllllSll'Ulll, Harold, faculty414
Lunstrum Paint and Glass-SS
Lylret-k, Lynn-'61-38, 62
Gordon do their Weighing bananas for a snack at Happys Foods
they find fresh are Bren Whiteman, Nard Smith, and Jim Turner
Mar-lbonalul, l"loi'ein'e-, fzlvulty-14, 17
Mavllonald, Heatller---'60-32, 60, 71
, -1.5, 47
4, 45 AlZi4'l'illl'l', Ilzui-'lil--38
Main, Judy-'51lg1S, 24, 65, 71, 74, 8
Mann, Lynne-'59-24, 60, 71
Mapes, .lim-'59-24, 42, 44
Mapes, John-'59-25, 42, 44, 50, 51
NlHl'L'll9l, Sllirle-y-'60-Sill, 60, lil
Marsh, Marlvenf'61-38, 554, 70, 74
Martin, Shirley-'59-25, 57, 75, 92
Martin, Ted-'59-25, 71, 72, 720
Martinin, Karen-'59-25, GS, 74, 79
Maxx, Barhara-'61-STR, 92
Marx, .Iuliee-'lil-38, 74
Mcl'abn-, Scott-'li0-33, 50, 53, TS
Mcf'artney, Dale, Janitor-17
Mt'l'lure, Barbara-'61-38, 62, 73, 7
Mc-Foury, .laiiivu-'50-25, 61, 74
Jane Heaton and Beckie Shaw admire Mary Hea- Thinking ahead, Karen Kuchenbuch and Christy
ton's new frames that Dr. T. G. Heaton has fitted buy a policy from the Hugh Hitchcock Insurance Bonnie Powell and Shirlie Wales try to decide on
on her. Agency. one of the many meals served at Hi-Way Grill
-. Is Q: 1, ,lf V '
Jerry Eaton stops in at K. E. Cleaners to pick up
a coat he just had cleaned from Berdie Mitchell.
Me-Mzilion, Mary Sui---'59-IS, 25, 'T-1 Nelson, lmlv--'lil-38
Mi-Maiiamy, Alzwy-'till-322, 130, 74 Nevitt, .Iumiita-'61--ZTS
Mc-Queen, l4ai'li:ii'ne'5!i-25, 74, S9 New, XYillzu'il, .Iaiiitor-17
Mefk, Ge-org:'e, 'lil-HN, 52, 63 Ni-ws:-llwzuider, Fred-'lil-SIS, 42, 52
Mehrer, Shirley-'6lslil, G2 Nit-kell, lhrlluei'-'60-332, 51
xIE'll21llfl4'I',f:t'fPl'L1'l2'l"5f'+25, T3 Nielson, Mziwia-'59-25, GS, 74, S0
Meiiigy Susan-'61-IIS Noble, .Ian-'SEI-25
Messimrer, Vhxllye-'till-2227, 42, 51, 53, S6 Norris, .Xl'Tlllll'7'U1
Me-ttlvr. Lyli--'lil-CIN, lil, 49, 53 Nylu-rg, Nulivy-'till-2112
Meyer, Ki-iiiiy-'till---2121, 51 Nylii-r,u'. lion-'lil-RN, fill
Michvlzi, llililiy--'ill-IIN Nygziziril, Alive-, fan-ulty-15, lT
Mir-lkr-, l5iu'li11l':i-'lil-SIN, lil, 74
Miller, imiiie-'iziia:::z, im, liz, ri 72, is Q
Miller, Roger'-'lil-38, 60 Hakluml, Sziiiilra-'61-IIS, 532, sill, 71
Mills Saflclle 'ii Togs-SS Hffii-e Mai-liiiies-64
Mitclii-ll, Iierlizuliiie-'5!l-25, 75, SS fllttll, Mm'g:'ie--'59-25, HS, 74
Mita-he-Il, Kziy-'till-33, 60 Hieii, Iizly-'60-33, till, 70, Til, T4, TT,
Mitchell, Ileltoy-'ii0g33, G3 'i '
M .,, Y J, ,lf ,YIM-33 Hlaimler, .llilie-'60-33, 59, 74, S0
mg' In U TH H Olson, lbol'otl1yf'lilI-33, 60, T4
irlson, Rex, faculty-15, 17, SH
Mori isoii, l'm'ol-'ill-ZEN, 53, 73
Morrison. tie-1'ii'iioi32l, 74, S0
Morrison, Tom-'iill--213, 135, 75 TT, Sl,
F. li. Unezll, Im--R9
Osmonson, Nam-y-'60-33, 74, N5
1VlZ2lllil'h, H1-len-'60-33. 61
Hzanivll, I.2iNVY't'I1CQ+'5f9+25, 51
Mundy, Fred--'ii1- 38, 52
' Boll-'60-33, 44, 50, 63, TS
Munson, Jack-'60-33, 42, 51, R9
Janice Fangboner and Lanette Kay look on as an Dennis Colwell and Jo Jones, members of radio
employee of the K.C.D.A. tests the milk. class, watch a disc jockey spin a record at KXLE
x,2lIIL'Sllll, lioii-'59-Zvi, 42, 45 ml Q6
I'e-derseii, Vlieslm-1'-'lilIiilf1, 50, G' 'TS
l'e-rak, 'l'e1'esa+'li0-Ilil, 74
Perkins, liauiiy-'lil-IES, 42
Perkins, Jiiiiiiiy-'iaiiw-2222, ill
Pi-te-rson, li:u'li:1rzi--'tio-3132, Tl
IN-ts-rson, l2vi't---'lil-SEN, 511, iii! is
I'Q-turson, Sliz1:iro1i-- 'lil-Rx, 74
Phillips, MVS. .-kliiw, Fimk--IT
Vhillips, Curl- '51'--26, 42, 44, in
Photo Center Studio-tio
Piniioy QQ Storms Moliil Se-rvia
Pilmey, .lane-'GI-BX, 02
Powell, i'z1x'ol-'tio-1133, 70
Powi-ll, llel-Wiflgfil, H0
Powell, Sliaron-'60-34, 74
Prater, Patti-'59-26, 154, 74, Qu
Prather, Ha rvey-'61-3R
Prohasco, l-Iugene-'61-IZR, 42, 51
Probasvo, Jack ie-' 130-34
I H Img-T-, Ann-'59-25, 73' l'x'og'resSivo Builders, Im'.v90
Xanve, ii -'59-25 .E ,t ,- -H gm - piggy I N U 1 f V' ' RL. 1
National Rank uf volllhnewp-Kgs lbige,-1141111 lil- 4? Glllnil I FII xol. o 'fittilils-liountx 90
National Hunk of xxv2lSlllllP-ftllll-S9 IfH""'flf1o Doug' 60-"" I UL' 1' ' ul me" MTM' A
New-ley Mzlyflower-S9 Imttesoii, Pat-'59-26 Vurm-ll, Alone--'51l-243, T4
Roberta Davis and Pat Hawkins buy a can of Tom Morrison and Linda Anderson agree that the
paint to paint their bedroom at Lunstrom Paint place to go for western goods is Mills Saddle Kelly Harris makes sure that Bob Hocker deposits
and Glass. 'n Togs. his money at the National Bank of Commerce
iguivliwnll, .lnmly-'61-Six, 62, 72
Ifilillllll, t'ryst:ll-'61-SSN, 60, 74
Raker, Pa ul-'61-38
llvaul, SHIIIIIYI-'lifl-fl-1, TT, TS, S5
R+-ilsvll, flel'l'y-'59--26, 63
Ichnnes, 1,111-4-11-Easifix, 26, 42, 45, 46,
4X, 49, :42, oli, 94
nit-7-, immf'5:lf2la, 42, 43, 46, 47, 48,
Rim-hinonfl, Jzu-k-'59-26, 59
Riegel, Linclzl-'61-IES, 61, 74
Roan, Slieilzt--'59-26, 60, 65, GS, 69, 94
liolnhins, ll2lI'l'2llli'5Uf20i, 46, 48, 49, 95
liohlnns, ilzlil-'fills-l, 34, TS
Robbins, Herhy-'60-30, 34, 42, 44, 51
H. K. RohlrinSi90
Robinson, AIZll'l2lll+'5U+2T, 61, 78, 93
Robinson, Virghinizt, fzu-ulty-10
Rogers, Marjorie-'61-39, 60, 71
Rosander, Glenn-'61-39, 56, 61, 71
lions Hl'UIllE'l'S+lh11lll 1'lothier:4i91
Rowley, Lloyd, faculty-15, 50
Ruckman, Frankil59-27, 72
Ruebel, Tom--160-30, 34, 53, 81
Rugli, Kathy-'60-'54, 74
St. John, Betty-'59A27, 72
St. John, Pat-'60-34
Schnebly, Barbara-'61-39, 74
Svnehly, Sue-'60-34, 74
Scholl, Larry-'61-39, 60
Schormann, Kathleen-'61-39, 56
Seeley, Margaret-'60-34. 74, 79
Seniors-18, 19, 20. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
26, 27, 28, 29
'Sel'vic'e Drug Store-91
Sharp, Janet-'60-34, 75
Shaw, Beckie-'59-27, 53, 60, 64, 73, 74
76, 77, 79, 87
Sherman, Al-'59-27, 42, 51
Shuck, Anna, faculty-15
Shull, Joe-'61-39, 50, 53, TS
Shull, Sharon-'59--27, 56
Sienizt, Fraiicvrs-'61-3'9, 62, 73, 71
Sit-niu, Jzunesv'60-7, 24, 59, 79
Sikes, James-'61-39, 63
Simmons, Sue-'61-3.0, 56, 65, 74, 77,
Sincrlair, Dick-'61-39, 49
Sin ith, Jerry-' ,
-'sill-534, 74, T9
Sisk, ifrziin-4-si'll0-214, To
Smith, Mary--'60-..4, 44
0w.,4, xi, 93
Snyder, Mike-'59-2N, 51, 61, 62
Sogge, lil'im--'llfl--34, 51, 79
Sfl1lllflll10I'PSfflfi, 34, ix, 39
, Soren-'59-ZR, 42, 45, 61, 79
, Stun, fztcnlty-416, 50, 72
-Hire-'59-EN, 4153, TCI, S6
Sparks, .l oyue-'61-.Al 56
Sprouse, .lay-'61-329, 42, 48, 49, 52
Stzunpfly, Merton-'59-28, 63
le- 6044, .H
Steele, Sam-'59-28, 61
Stern, Bill-'59---1, 28, 60, 71, 76, 79, 92
Stevens, Marilyn-'60-34, 74
Stoekdaln- Realty Co.-92
Strange, Caren-'61-36, 39, 58, 74, 92
YVillie Strange Sporting Goods-92
Summerill, Peter, faculty-16, 17
i'a9-28, 61, 65
-65, 81, S4
Thelen, Linda-'60-35, 74, 68
Byron-'59-28, 51, 61, S4
Haro1dA'59-28, 52, 73
Le-Roy-'60-35, 50, 78
Thompson, Haroldi'61-3'9, 42, 49, 52
Tom Tom Bowl-92
Trainor, John, faculty-16, 50, 57, 78
Triangle Auto Supply Co.-92
Tucker, Mike -'61-39, 51
Tucker's Super Duper-92
Turk, Rachel-'61-39, 61, 79
Turley, Kim-'60-35, 50, 78, 93
Turner, .lim-'60-35, S7
IYllll0l', Sherry-' 60
Vallet, Ronnie-'61-39, 56
Barbara McQueen finds out the amount of interest
due on a loan she got from the National Bank of
Kay Jones and Nan Grunden get a big kick out of
looking through the storage room at Neeley May-
Jack Munson and Duane Bangs learn the merits
of good construction work at C. E. Oneal, Inc.
Janice Gilbert and Pat Dell choose among one of Dave Hawk and Kennie Doering wait for their Nikki Ware gets some ideas for graduation pictures
the many new colors in lipstick at Ostrander's Drug. statement at P.U.D. No. 1 of Kittitas County. from Dwaine Mason at the Photo Center Studio.
Vnncil, Arley, faculty-Ili, 50, 52, 56
Yun Dorn, Pat-'59-220, 95
Vain NVaguner, lioh-'lil--350, 92
Ver'n's Flying.: "A"--ll!!
Vis"s :xl'l'U1'flillIl S1-hool--SP3
Viilmmv, Jane-'61-4, 311, 56
Virlonne, lilly-'59-29, 42
Vining, Chris-'60-35, 60
Voyles, Sandra-'60-35, T4
XVz1de, .Iuhn-'lil-39, 40, 52
XVales, Sliirlie-'59-210, 74, S7
XVall, Ben-'60-35, 61
VValtun, Judy-'60-35, 74
XVare, Nikki-'59-29, 135, 75, SO, 90
XVushington Cattlemeifs Association-
YVaters, Allen-'60-35, 42, 44, 46, 47,
4K 51 '45
xXv2ltSOIl, Jim-'60-35, 50, TS
XV:lttier, Pam-'61-350, 71, 75, S0
XVL-ziver, Sandra-'61-39, 61
NVelnstc1', I.inda-'59-29, U4
XVe-bster, Run-'60-35, 42, 45, 49, 51
XVehster's Fafe 8: Bar-Ii-Q-04
NV1'hl', Jilllk'--'6fP+35, 57, Tl, TN
xVt'lflillg', Liz-'lili3fi, Citi, 5X, till, T4.
NVestc-ntl, Skip-'60-35, 60, til
XVheeler, Esther-'61-310, 56, 62, T"
VVhitman, Jeff-'59-29, 60, T1
VVhitehurst, Fecilef'60-35, T4
XVhite-nlitji,wl?x'er1t-'59-29, 42, 43, 45
. i, .U
XVilkins, Lina, faculty-lil, 30, 72
VVilliams, Harold-'61-39, 42, 40, 51, 53
NVilliams, John-'59-29, 49, 50, 51, 65
WVillialn:4on, Elton-'60-35, 61
VVilsnn, Iiremla-'60-35, 65, Tl, T5, TR
XVilson, Carol-'60-35, 60, 74, TR
NVilsun, Gary-'60-35, 42, 43, 52
VVilson, Marilyn-'60--35, T4
XVilsnn, Mary-'till-35. 71, TN
VVimlnag'le, Mary-'64li35, 74, ST
VVinstun, Bill-'lil-ZTEO, 410, 522
XVinSton, John-'60-A35, 42, 44, 450, :JI
sVilll9I'i"I', Emily-'50-29. 61, 65, 75, 91
XVippel, Susan-'60-3'5, 74, 60
Maurive "Muse" VS'ippel-95
Woods, Dorothy-'61-39, 62
XVHI'l.l'lllll, Varul-'61-320, G2
xvlillflllll, NVaynef'60-35, 42. 45, 51,
Vetter, Howard-'59-29, 52, 56, G0
Young, Lowella-'60-35, 78
Zetzsche, Don-'61-39, 42
Zim-kefuose, Ellen-'61-39, 60
Ziemlia, Sharron- -'60-35
Herby Robbins arrives home after making a delivery
for H. K. Robbins, hay distributor for Ellensburg.
Danny Harrington steps into Pinney and Storms John Davis and Paul Johnson watch a skilled
Mobil Service to see about having his car serviced. carpenter at work at Progressive Builders, Inc.
Don Akins, Inc.
The Bungalow Motel
Capitol Finance Co.
Cascade Packing Company
C. 8t H. Fuel Transfer
Coast To Coast Store
Credit Bureau of Ellensburg
Darby's Standard Station
Delsman's Green House
Ellensburg Federal Savings and
Ellensburg Hardware Co.
Frank Haagen 81 Son
Harris Antiques and Furniture
Hibbs Packing Co
House Distributing C0
The Hub Shell Service
Jerrol's Handy Shop
Jim's Barber Shop
Kittitas County Title Co
Kreidel's Style Shop
C. E. Anderson and Sons
A St W Root Beer Drive-In
H. E. Belch, Inc.
Bostic's Drug Store
Brad 81 Burke Sheet Metal
Branding Iron Motel
W. Brotherton Seed Co. Inc.
Burrage Insurance Agency
A. C. Busby and Son
Butterfield Chevrolet Co.
Minnie Deaton Shop
Ellensburg Auto Parts
Ellensburg Capital Printing
Ellensburg Cement Products, Inc.
Ellensburg Daily Record
Ellensburg Transfer Company
Empress Salon of Beauty
Evenson Funeral Home
The Fabric Shop
Fischer Electric, Plumbing 81 Hardware
Gas Pump Service
Heinrich Auto Parts
J 84 J Jewelers
Kelleher Motor Co.
Kelly's Union Service
Mike Klampher's Shop
Lazy-T Drive In
Lockhart BuickaPontiac Co.
Lovering Tire Co.
Lynch Motor Service
Bob McKeeman Texaco Service
Mode O' Day
Nifty Barber Shop
A. B. Offer Insurance Agency
P 81 M Service
Powell Furniture Co.
Ray's Union Service
Reimer's Farm Equipment
Rodeo City Motel
Sheckler's Texaco Service and Garage
Shelton Book Shop
The Spinning Wheel
Star Shoe Shop
Standard Oil Co.
G. R. Stewart Insurance Agency
Stokely Van Camp, Inc.
Harold Truax, Texaco Oil Co.
Valley Clinic 54 Hospital
Valley Milling Company
C. T. Walker 81 Son
Washington Co-op Farmers' Association
Wilkin's Print Shop
Windmill Service Station
R. V. Lyons
M. 81 M. Upholstery U
Mackner's 60' Truck Scales
Major 84 Thomas
Mange's Buster Brown Store
Merryland Skating Rink
Model Laundry 81 Cleaners, Inc.
Mundy's Family Shoe Store
Mundyco-Chemicals for Agriculture
New York Cafe
O. K. Rubber Welders
J. C. Penney Co.
Phare Paint 84 Building Supply
Rathbun Implement Co.
Rex Rice Motors
Ward Rugh Hay 81 Grain
Schaake Packing Co.
The Spudnut Shop
The Steak House
Sun Ray Beauty Salon
Tidewater Oil Co.
Tum-AVLum Lumber Co.
Vaughan's Tire Service
Webb Tractor and Equipment Co.
Willette's Richfield Service
Like all the well-dressed boys in E.H.S, Bill
Hamilton buys his clothes at Ross Brother's.
Dixie Bender and Emily Winterer look at the
camera supplies at Service Drug with the help
of Mr. Goettge.
Patty Caldwell looks over the insurance policy that
she has just taken out at Snowden Insurance.
Shirley Martin and Bonnie Bryant know that Caren gets ready for the tennis season by having Mary Jane Kay knows that the best place to bowl
ckdale Realty is the place to go for the her dad string a racket at Willie Strange Sporting in Ellensburg is at the Tom Tom Bowl
perfect house, Goods.
Anderson Oil Company
Balcom and Moe
Band Box Beauty Salon
Bestway Building Center
Big Star Service
Bill's Sporting Goods
Brotherton Furniture Co.
Carlyle's Fountain Lunch
Cascade Lumber Company
Dr. Neil R. Cays
Gllmour's Food Center
Dr. T. G. Heaton
K. E. Cleaners
Lunstrum Paint 81 Glass
Mills Saddle 'N Togs
National Bank of Commerce
National Bank of Washington
Ellensburg Coca Cola Bottling Co Inc. Neeley Mayflower
Ellensburg Iron Works C. E. Oneal, Inc.
Ellensburg Sales Yard Ostrander's Drug
Ellensburg Telephone Company P.U.D. No. 1 of Kittitas County
Faltus and Rutledge Photo Center Studio
Farrell's Clothing Pinney St Storms Mobil Service
Fitterer Brothers Progressive Builders, Inc.
R. E. Bacon, D.D.S. Dr. E. M. Lukens
W. R. Cole, Attorney at Law Joseph Panatoni, Attorney
Dr. Wm. R. Hooper Dr. William Pearl
Kern, Dano, and Cone Spencer D. Short, Attorney
Hey these are neat!" says Tony Adsley and Bill Jane Pinney and Barbara Marx work up an appetite
Stern about the seat covers at Triangle Auto just looking at the candy bars at Tucker's Super
H. K. Robbins
Ross Brothers-Hub Clothiers
Service Drug Store
Stockdale Realty Co.
Willie Strange Sporting Goods
Tom Tom Bowl
Triangle Auto Supply Co.
Tucker's Super Duper
Vail's 81 Wippel's Home Town Foo
Vern's Flying HA"
Vic's Accordion School
Washington Cattlemen's Association
Webster's Cafe and Bar-B-Q
Maurice 'tMose" Wippel
Dr. Robert L. Thompson
Dr. Keith Weaver
Dr. W. R. Wilson
Caren Strange and Bob Van Wagoner shop at one
of the Hometown Food Stores, VaiI's. T
store is Wippells.
WHAT, AND WHEN
Sept. 5, 1958
Once again the school doors were open for another year.
Sept. 8, 1958
Getting things off to a good start, Pep Club had the first club meeting of
the year. Also the Bulldog Club representatives were elected.
Sept, 10, 1958 Nlarian Robinson and Eloise Ellison admire a
. . . . I I fl th t d b
On the money making end of the line kids start with a pass contest to see fgieyy Fsavfiigarrangement a was one y
who could sell the most passes to the games.
Sept. 11, 1958
Class meetings were held to nominate officers. F
Sept. 12, 1958
Cheer leaders and songleaders had their first pep rallies.
Sept. 15, 1958
A.S.B. pass pictures were taken today.
Sept. 16, 1958
Pictures were started for the yearbook.
Sept. 19, 1958
Pep Club marched at the football game tonight.
Sept. 22, 1958
All Sophomores took standardized tests today.
Sept. 30, 1958
The juniors had their standardized tests today.
An attendant gives friendly service to Jim Turner,
Nard Smith, and Brent Whiteman at Vern's
Oct. 5, 1958
Gay Driver was elected as Sophomore Rep.
Oct. 6, 1958
Now the Seniors took the standardized tests.
Oct. 10, 1958
Magazine sale started today and everybody was out to win a prize.
Ott. 15, 1958
First meeting on the Senior Ball was held. Future Homemakers of America
installment and tea was this evening.
Oct. 16, 1958
The first National Assembly today. Dr. No Yong Park spoke.
Oct. 17, 1958
Pep Club put on a cute skit at the Pep Assembly.
Oct 28, IQS8 Two of the talented students at Vic's Accordion
School take their weekly music lessons.
Seniors finally decided on the theme "Reflections" for the Senior Ball.
. ' das
, ,s , , , ,g N. V A
., at Mfakar 4. .ra
Having a good time riding the range for the
Washington Catt1emen's Association are Sheila
Roan and Linda Key.
Linda treats Janis and Donna Bender to a delicious
ice cream cone at Webster's Cafe.
Mr. Rhodes shows Loren one of the many appliances
that are on sale at Western Store.
Nov. 6, 1958
Serpentine dance through town and also a bonfire behind the bus garage
School dismissed at 1:40 today because of Business EL1L1Ll.f1OU Day for the
'. 8, 1958
Triple E Tolo "The Sierra Swing" was held this cx cning
'. 10, 1958
Report Cards were issued today.
Played a game with Cle Elum and we won.
Nov. 22, 1958
The Senior Ball was a great success.
Nov. 26, 1958
Vacation started today.
Dec. 1, 1458
Back from vacation!
Dec. 5, 1958
The Triple E girls were selling cake in the cafetcrii at noon
Dec. 5, 1958
Pep rally was held for the first basketball game of thc season
Dec. 9, 1958
Football awards assembly was held second period
Dec. 17, 1958
The Christmas Musical Concert was presented.
Dec. 19, 1958
Christmas vacation began.
Dec. 31, 1958
A Bulldog dance to see in another New Year.
"Sounds of the Air" was the National Assembly.
Seniors started order ot' their announcements.
Feb. 16, 1959
Cartoonist at the National Assembly. Royalty was picked for Amla Retam
Feb. 20, 1959
Amla Retain home game with Toppenish 62-58. Also EHS held its annual
Blue and White day.
March 5, 1959
March 16, 1959
Donkey Basketball game tonight with the Jaycees losing to the F I' A
March 17, 1959
Basketball Awards Assembly.
March 20, 1959
Carl and Carolyn Scobie entertained at the Nltional Assembly Snakci
March 21, 1959
Baseball at Marquette.
March 23, 1959
Spring Vacation begins.
Marc'l1 27, 1959
Davis won our first Tennis game.
March 28, 1959
Track at West Valley. We lost our Tennis game with Eisenhower.
Baseball at Eastmont.
March 50, 1959
School Resumes, Baseball at Wapato.
April 2, 1959
Band and Chorus program during 5th period.
April 5, 1959
Tennis at Selah.
April li, 1959
Track at Moses Lake. Tennis at Wapato. Also the junior Prom was held.
Baseball at Wenatchee.
April 6, 1959
C.W.C. Choir entertained us.
April 10, 1959
Baseball at Wapato.
April 11, 1959
Track at Ike and Davis. Tennis at Toppenish.
April 17, 1959
Baseball at Eisenhower. Tennis at Eisenhower.
April 18, 1959
Track, five schools 1:00. Solo Contest at CR. Tennis at Davis.
Baseball at Grandview.
April 2-1, 1959
Tennis at Toppenish, Baseball at West Valley.
April 25, 1959
C.W.C. Senior Day. Track at Yakima. Baseball at Marquette. Tennis at
May 1, 1959
Track Ellensburg. Baseball at Highland.
May 2, 1959
Sports Banquet. Baseball at Selah.
May 8, 1959
Baseball at Toppenish.
May 9, 1959
District Play Night, Baseball at Davis
May 13, 1959
Baseball with Cle Elum, Arts and Industrial Arts and Home Economics
May 14, 1959
Baseball at Naches.
May 16, 1959
May 22, 1959
State Track meet-Pullman.
May 31, 1959
Baccalaureate was held in EHS gym.
-iune 2, 1959
Senior Stunt Night.
june 4, 1959
Commencement was held in the EHS gym. Good-bye Seniors.
-iune 5, 1959
Pat Van Dorn and Kirsten Hanson get stocked up
for the coming week with groceries at Whiteman's
Suzanne Simmons talks over a policy with Maurice
"Muse" Wippel, the New York Life Agent in
Darrali Robbins and Brad Rice are going to eat at
the Y-Grill where all the high school kids hang out.
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