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Associated Student Body
Elma High School
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FIRST ROW: Holmes, Lougheed, Winders, Olson
SECOND ROVV: Borden, Cowan, Bechtold
THIRD ROW: Crain, Holmes, Brown
Mr. Davis' Office
FRONT ROWi Cross, Watkins, Murray
SECOND ROW: Marlon, Reinhardt, Jacobs
BACK ROW: Lavcndar, Strike, Hicks, Koch, Nigh, Lane. FRONT ROW:
l-lowes, Campbell, Mitchell, Phelps.
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BEAL SHANK DAVIS SMITH
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Paul A. Davis, B. A.--- ------------------------------- -- ---- Superintendent
University of Washington
HDon't loiter in the halls, folks.U
Charles H. Shank, B. S. ------------------------------------------ ---- Principal
University of Washington
NWhat's on your mind?N
Ada Miller ------------------------------------------------------ Commercial Subjects
. Nebraska Wesleyan College, Lincoln Business College
NGet right to work, folks, let's not lose any time.H
Clara Minard, B. A. ---------- - ------------------------------------- ----- Library
. Washington State College
HThe bell has rung.n
Arnold O. iyhre, B. A.--- ---------------------------- ---- Social Sciences
University of Washington
HNOW you know my chickens.N
John S. Nykut, B. S., M. S. ------------------------------------- Commercial Subjects
University of Oregon
nSay, about that fish I just about caught - N
Anne Isaksen, B. A., M. A. --------------------------------------- English, Dramatics
University of Washington
- NPick up your cueslu '
Howard E. Roe, B. S.--- ----------------- L ------------- ---- Sciences
University of Washington
UDid I ever tell you about the -- W
Maryann Jones, B. S.--- --------------------------------- ---- Home Economics
University of Rashington
ULet's settle down, girlsln
John W. Lambert, B. A. ------ --------- - --M-------------------------- English, Speech
University of Washington
HLet's have it quiet in the back of the room.H
Beth Hall, 3-yr. Certificate -------- - --------------------------------- ---- Art
Central Washington College of Education
UCalm down, childrenln
George F. McKee, B. E., B. A. --------- W ----------------------------- ---Music
Washington State College
Hiait for the hel1.n
George Hermes, B. S.--- --------------------------- - ------------- History, P.E.,
North Dakota State College Athletics
HGet out a pencil and a niece of paper.N
Grant Packard, B. A.--- ---------------------------------------------- Mathematics
University of Washington
Bonnie Jean Uallen, B. A.--- ------------------------- ---- Foreign Languages,
Morningside College English, P.E.
nl bog your pardon.H
Alan R. Rice, B. A. ------------------------------------------------- Industrial Arts
Whitworth College, Washington State College
nGet a broomln
Lloyd Sweringen, B. S., M. S. ------------------------------------ --Agriculture
Oregon State College
Nwhat are you doing?n
Winnie Beal ---- ------------------------------------------- ---- Office
Western Washington College of Education
NGet to class, no' I mean itln
Charles E. Smith ---- ----------------------------------------- ---- Mineralogy
Disregarding the lengthy arguments of the disagreeing
Spiral Elub we feel we can truthfully say that this year
highlights have been many, thereby building a bigger and
The Spiral Club consists of the student body officers,
president and representative from each class and club, edit-
or of publications, yell leaders, and song queens.
One of the most outstanding accomplishments of the
year was the purchasing of the school land for the benefit
of the whole student body.
The Lettermen assisted the Spiral Club in organizing
a much needed school patrol and court. This eliminated con-
fusion in the halls and showed an independent gesture of the
students toward governing themselvesg
' Due to financial conditions the A. S. B. was able to
donate towards purchasing a camera for the betterment of the
year book, Another accomplishment worthy of mention was the
repairing of the stage,
Last but not least the constitution was revised follmr
ing a hot discussion in the Spiral Club.
Robert R00krivor................... .........PreSident
Douglas CamerOn.............Q..... ....Vice-President
Pauline Olson..... . .....,Secretary
Mr. John Mykut..,, ....Treasurer
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TOP: Bob Rochriyer, TOP ROW: Anderson, Bechtold, Bolung,
Boling, Briley, Burke. SECOND ROW: M. Callow, F, Callow,
Cameron, Currier, Cloud, Dawson, THIRD ROW: Dyer, Fields,
Fisher, Holmes, Hughes, Marion, FOURTH ROW: Murphy,
Murray, Loomis, Olson, Osgood, Phelps. FIFTH ROW: Ransom,
Strike, Sund, Sund, Swenson, Tauscher, Mellen, White.
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TOP ROW: Rochriver, photographer,
Swenson, artist, Dawson, ad manager,
Smith, artist. FRONT ROW: Crain,
assistant editor, Rohleder, typustg Cal-
Iovv associate editor, Marion, adv.
manager: Swisher, editor: Beclntold,
assistant ad. manager.
FIRST ROW: Richardson, Farrar, Rob-
inson, Wunders, Rhnnelnardf, Strke.
SECOND ROW: De-Young, Lavendur,
Cloud, Cershtout, Burke, Thorntmm
THIRD ROW: BOWIHQ, Marlon, Lvug-
heed, Tolmes, McArdIe. FOURTH
ROW' Crain, Watkms, Bcchtwlrl,
Cowan, Lambert, Srnuth, Burden.
Tmnslerretl from Owen, Wus lla lf'3B, Orchestra
4, Btrlng Ensemble 3, -l, Girls' Glee 4, Prompter
for ir Play -l
Spiral Club l, Class President l, Advertising:
Chairman ul Renter Pay Assembly, l-li-Y 3, 4,
Lettermen's Club l, 2, rl, Sec nf lettermerfs
Club 4, Basl-.etball l, 2, 4, Baseball l, 2 4,
Boys' Club Council 4, Tltanlsrgiving B.1sl.et Drive
4, A B Advertising Corn 4
E. F A 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 4
Bpiral Club 4, Br Ball Cemrnlttee 4, Camera
Club 4, l-lu-Y 4, Flrnanac Sports Eclitnr 4, Annual
4, Office 4, A S B Advertising Com 4, Cbat-
terlng Termites 4.
BETTY IEAN BOLING
Qplral Club l, 4, Sr Ball, lr Prern Cum,
Peppers, G A C, Ass't Editor and Editor nf
Flmanac 3, 4, lr Play and ir, Girls' Club
Treas, Member of Council, Mr. Davis Otflce 3
Transferred from Atwood, Kans, 'lent l'lll'l
Hi-Y Club 4, Stage arrangements for fyeninr Play
4, Senior Pay Assembly 4, Track 4
Clmllerlng Termites Club 4, Public Speaking
Peppers 3, 4, Girls' Club Paper l, 2, Girls'
Club Council 4, Mrxed Glee Club l, Girls' Glee
Club 3, 4, Sextette 3, 4, Octelte l, Rest Room
l, 2, 3, Office 4,
Spiral Club 3, 4, Class Vice Pres -lg Class
Rings 4, ir Night 4, Chairman of Sr Ball 4, G
AC. 3, 4, Cbalterlng Termites 4, Annual 4, Elrnanac
3, 4, lr, and Sr. Plays, Basket Drive 4, Boys'
Girls' Club Dance lCbairmanl 4, Sr Breakfast 3,
Yell Leader 3, 4, Student Court 4, Prog Clwarr
Mothers' Tea 4.
Spiral Club 2, 3, 4, GAC. l, 2, 3, 4, Peppers
3, 4, Elmanac l, 3, Sr Play, Band 4, Girls' Glee
Club 4, Office lg Yell Leader 2, 3, 4, Co-Chain
man of Sr. Nlght, Sr Pay Assembly,
lresbman and lr. Class Plays, Baseball 2, 3,
Boys' Club Council 2,
Girls' Clee Club I, 4, Library 4,
Senior Pay Assembly, Camera Club 4, Senior Play
Properties, Father-Daughter Banquet Decoration
Committee, Mothers Tea Decorations, Maiorette
4, Cbatternng Termites Club 4, Peppers Club 3, 4
Sr. Dinner Committee, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Peppers 3, 4, President of Glee Club 4, Elrnanac
3, 4, GAC. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4,
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Spiral Club 4, Senior Dance Cbalrrnan, l-ly-Y
3, 4, Camera Club 4, Vice President nf Camera
Club 4, Annual 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, -l, Ceunfll
Representative of Boys' Club 4, Tnwn Hall, lint!
Club Movie, Thanksgiving Day Drive
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Girls' Clee Club 4, Senior Class Committees
Spiral Club 3, 4, lunlor Class President, Hi-Y
3, 4, junior Play, Boys' Club Rep, Band l, F,
STuCl9nt Caurt -I .
Transferred from Shelton '30, Clwatterrng Tor-
VTWITCC Club 4.
Bsxsi Olee Clulw 4, Clwattering Termites 4
Sr Pax Assembly 4, Rest Room -l, Father-
Daugliter Banquet 1, Tr Breakfast lnvor Co 4,
Girls' Clee Club 4, Vepncrs -I, Aclv Com For lr
Pram and Sr, Ball
Fpxral Clirtm 3 l All Hr Assonilrlx 3, Peppers
3, 4, Speed, Club Elnmnnc -1, Cwvl, Clmrrrnan
-I, Cirls' Clee Club l, Office 2, 3, I, A-tuclent
Leader Conference rl, Clmirman of A'-I3 Adv
Com fl, lurior Prem Aclv , Sf Ball Arty'
Girls' Cleo Cltrb 4, Senior Class Corn
junior Prtirn Invitations, Sr Ball Refreshments
r Senior Night 4, Christmas Program -l, Annua
I, 3, Elrnar-af: 3, Property Manager Clss Plays 3
4, Mothers TL-a 2, Orclirwtrn l, CIOC Club
llvllxecll Crrls' CIOD Clulw 3, -l, 'fextctte 4,
Lettermerfs Club I, 2, 1, 4, Boys' CI-Ib
Council' Football 2, 3, -l, Basketball 3, -I, Boys'
Club Council LettQrrrien's Rep, Boys' Cleo Club
4, Clnattering Termites Club -l
Class Plays Properties 3, 4, Boys' Cleo Club,
Properties for Senior Pay Assembly, Peppers
4, Asst Business Manager lr Play, Girls' Club
Council, Library 4, Rest Room
Class Committee Senior Ball, Chairman of
Boys'-Girls' Club Dance, Sergeant at Arms of Hi-
Y 4, lr Play, Football 4, Band I, 2, 3, President
of the Band 2
FAA., Baseball 2, 4, Basketball 3, Boys'
Club Club 3, 4.
VIOLET LANE 4
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, String Ensemble 3, 4, LI-
Sr Dinner 4, Girls' Clee Club 4, Peppers 3, 4,
Vice Pres of Clee Club 4, CAC 2, 3, -l,
Vice president of ASB 3, Spiral Club 2, 3, -l,
Senior Class President 4, Ir Play, Sr Play,
Track l, 2, 3, 4, Town Hall 4, Music l, 2, 3,
Orchestra 2, Student Leaders Conference 4.
Christmas Program Chairman 3, 4, Refreshment
Chairman for lunior and Senior Ball, Sr Night
Co-Chairman, Camera Club 4, CAC 3, 4, Sec
3g Elmanac 2, 3, 4, Sr Play, Prompter for lr.
Play, Girls' Crlee Club 4, Office 2, 3, -l, Major-
ette, Chattering Termites 4.
Sr. Ball Decorating Com, Candy Seller, Class
Spiral Club 4, GAC. l, 2, 3, 4, Thanksgiving
drive, Father-Daughter Banquet 3, Sr. Ball and
lr Prom, Peppers 3, 4, CAC l, 2, 3, 4, Chat-
tering Termites 4, Elmanac l, 2, 4, Annual 4,
Sr Play, lr. Play, Mr. Davis Office I, 2, 3, 4,
Invitations and Checking for Sr Ball, Chairman
of Assembly, String Ensemble l, Z, Mixed Clee
Club l, 2., Ciirls' Clee Club I, 2, 3, -l, Trio l, 2,
Student Conductor -lg Peppers 4, Ass't Teacher
in Mr Shapely's Office.
Transferred from Quincy High School in l94O,
Chattering Termites Club 4.
Vice Pres of Freshman Class, Class Play 4, Sr.
Pay Assembly 4, Football Second String
Senior Ball Decorations, Hi-Y, Letterrnen's 2.
3, 4, Football 2, 3, -l, Basketball 3, Baseball l,
Spiral Club 4, junior Prom Committee, Hi-Y
4, F.F A. l, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice President of FFA 2, Football 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club
4, Quartette 4.
Clee Club l, Sextette 2, Octetle l, Library 4.
Transferred from Seattle in '38, Peppers 4,
CAC. 4, Library 3.
Senior Ball Decoration Committee, H-Y 3, 4,
Lcttermen's 2, 3, 4,
Spiral Club, Peppers 3, President -l, Rest Room,
Chairman Mothers Tea 4, Sr Play,
Peppers 3. -lg Girls' Glee Club -l.
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Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3,
4, Baseball l, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Boys' Glee
Club 3, 4.
Sr. Breakfast 3, Advertising lr Prom, Gir
Club Council 4, Library 4, Rest Room Chair-
man, Office 4,
ASB Sec 4, Spiral Club 4, Class Council
2 3 Sec Treas l 3 Vice Pres Z Sr Bill
lr. Prom, Peppers 3, 4, Camera Club 3, GAC
2, 3, 4, Vice Pres of The Peppers 3, Elmanac l,
Prop. Manager for lr, Play, Girls' Club Council
l, 2, 3, 4, Mistress of Sports 2, Toy Drive 3,
Office 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4.
FFA 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3.
Transferred from Olympia in l03S, Advertising
Com., Peppers, Spiral Club 4, Chairman of Sr
Assembly and Cr Dinner, Pepper Rep for Girls'
Council, Properties of lr Play, Candy Chairman,
Library, Rest Room 3, Head of Entertainment for
Sr. Breakfast 3, Entertainment for Fatherillaugh-
Er Banquet 3, Chairman of Stage Crew, Poppers
Spiral Club 2, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Lettermen's Cluh
l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Club Vice Pres 3, President 4,
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Base
l 2 3 4' Track 2' Boys' Club Counci .,
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Boys' Club Political Rally, Boys' and Girls' Cluli
Christmas Drive, Thanksgiving Drive, Boys' Cleo
Club 3, 4, Boys' Club Student Director.
Transferred from Aberdeen in l9-lO Girls' Cleo
Transferred from Prescott High School Spiral
Club 4, F.FA l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Club Council 4,
Boys' Clee Club. '
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String Ensemble, Girls' Glee Club
LA VlNA ROHLEDER
Spiral Club 3, Sec of Sr, Class, Chairman of
Sr. Ball Decorations, Elmanac Reporter l, Typist
on Elmanac 4, Annual Staff-Typist, Sr Pay
Assembly, junior Play, CAC. l, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 3, Girls' Club Council 4, Senior Council,
Chairman of Father-Daughter Banquet, Chairman
of Senior Breakfast, Office Girl 3, 4, Peppers
3, 4, Drill Team, Chattering Termites 4,
President of Student Body, Spiral Club 4,
Hi-Y Club 4, Camera Club 4, Movie Staff, Good
Will Committee, Public Speaking Committee
Critic, School Photographer.
Spiral Club 3, Chairman of Freshman Party,
GAC. l, 2, 3, Peppers 3, 4, Camera Club Pres,
Elmanac 4, Sr. Pay Assembly, Freshman Assem-
bly, C-irls' Club Sec, 4, Girls' Club Council 2,
3, 4, Old Clothes Drive, Office 2, 3.
Senior Pay Assembly, Stage Crew for Sr. Play,
Baseball 3, 4, Band 4.
Vice Pres junior Class, FAA l, 2, 3, 4.
Glee Club 4, junior Play, Senior Play, Boxing
3, Band l, 2, 4.
Sr. Class Treasurer, Hi-Y 3, 4, Forestry Club
Sec 4, lunior Play, Senior Play, Boys' Cilee Club
4, Movie Crew.
Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2,
Basketball l, 2, 4, Boys' Clee Club 4.
F.F.A Representative, President 4, Treas 3,
Boys' Club Council 3, Boys' Glee Club 4.
FFA. Reporter '39, Sec. '40, Reporter '4l.
Spiral Club 2, 3, 4, Sr. Council 4, Hi-Y 3,
Public Speaking Club President 4, Annual Staff
4, lr. Play and Sr. Play, Boys Club Council l, 2,
Liquor Control Board 3, Food Drive 4, Town
Hall 4, String .Ensemble 3, 4, Mixed Glee Club
l, Boys' Clee Club 3, Sextette 2, Octette 3,
Boys' Quartette 4, Vocal Solo 3, 4, Office 4,
Song Leader 2, 3, A.S.B. Advertising Com. 4,
Senior Play. -
Spiral Club 2, 3, 4, Pres Soph. Class1 Annual
Editor 4, CAC. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Club Vice Pres
3, Council 3, Decoration Committee for Sr Ball,
Office 2. 3, 'Business Manager for lr. Play,
Peppers 3, 4, Student Court 4,
Spiral Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club l, Z, 3,
4, Vice Pres 4, F F.A , Pres 2, 3, Football l, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Old
Clothes Drive, Movie, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4.
Boys' Clee Club, Band.
Peppers 3, 4, Camera Club Sec -Treas 4-
Helper on Father-Daughter Banquet 4, Chairman
of Father-Daughter Banquet for Decorations 3,
Clee Club, Girls' Glee Club, Office 3, 4.
Transferred from Aberdeen, Cilee Club Vice
Pres, 4, Chaltering Termites Club,
Lettermen's Club, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football
3, 4, Class Committee.
Girls' Glee Club 4.
Sec of Boys' Club 4, Baseball 3, 4, Boys' Club
FFA 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4
Arkansas l937, Boys' Club Council: Band
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The officers elected were:
President ------------------- --------------- Ed Briley
Vice President ------------------------- Galen Jacobsen
Secretary-Treasurer-- ------------------ Shirley Farrar
Spiral Club Representative ----------------- Bob Hughes
The Juniors can truly boast of a year full of fun and
successful social eventsr Right from the first, we planned
our events of the year and carried those plans out with fly-
The play was a huge success with a east that we were
proud of. Besides the playcast, there were many other com-
mittees in charge of the program that did their part. Also,
. due credit should be given to Miss Isaksen who directed the
play, and showed each member of the cast how to put-the bust
of his talent into his part. The rest of the A. S. B. must
have liked it too, because they were just as enthusiastic
about it as we were.
Every student realized just how much the Junior Prom
means to the Juniors. It's something looked forward to all
year and is planned in advance down to every detail. This
year was no exception. We, like all classes, could hardly
wait to see our Prom turn out to be a huge success. we
worked hard to reach our goal of a successful Prom, but it
was fun at the sale time. The decorations, music, and in-
termission seemed to be enjoyed by every one. So we say
nThree cheers for the Junior Prom of the Class of l9L2N,
Now we are looking forward to the Senior Play, Senior
Ball, Senior Night, and all those events of the Senior year,
Senior Courtesy, here we come!!!
SENIOR HISTORY . "W-'??f:4?fAfiff'
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On August 30th, 1937, one hundred and ten students enrolled as
Freshman in the Elma High School. This peppy group of students
were filled with ambition and highhopes. Their first assembly,
known as the Freshman All-High Assembly, was an overwhelming suc-
cess and the class established a reputation of being over abundant
In 1938 they became the Sophomores of the Elma High School,
but lost none of the pep and enthusiasm, for which they were known,
The Sophomore Dress-Up Day, Class Party, After-Rally dance, were
a few of the activities sponsored by this class. The year was top-
ped off with the winning of the Annual Plaque for selling the most
annuals over their quota,
In 1939 this same group became NUpper Classmenn as they enter-
ed their Junior year. The two outstanding events of the year were
the Junior Play and the Junior Prom. The Juniors were especially
thrilled about theiri Junior Play, NCross'My'Heart,N because the
authors attended. A new idea for a Christmas Program was 1.' introduc-
ed, wherein each class gave a short program, which was judgedfby,a
committee composed of three members of the faculty, and the winning
class got its name engraved on a Gold Cup. The "Jrs. tin-thi cup!
In March 1940, the Junior Girls won the Girls' Interclass Basket-
ball tournament, On April ith, the annual Junior Prom took place,
this year the school gym was decorated in blue and white, with
stars adorning the ceiling. The lighting scheme gave the effect of
a beautiful moonlight night, with hundreds of stars glittering over
head. The Juniors chose blue sweaters with gray emblems.
Finally the Class of 'Ll came forward as Seniors. The .Senior
Pay Assembly was one of the first events of the year, followed by
Senior Night at the Graham Theatre. This year Senior Nigh consist-
ed of a very entertaining program based on the Class History. The
Senior rings were selected but each member chose his own setting.
In the spring, the Senior Play entitled nFootlooseU was presented
in the Graham Theatre. At the Senior Dinner on May 12th, the class
Will and Prophecy were read, and the class song was sung. The year
ended with Baccalaureate and Commencement.
The Seniors owe a great deal of'their success to Miss Miller,
the Class Advisor, and the capable class officers:
President ----------------------------------------- Ralph Loomis
Vice President -------------------- ----------- -Frances Callow
Secretary --------------- ---LaVina Rohleder
Treasurer -------------------------- - --- ------ George Sherwood
Spiral Club Representative- ---- -- ---- ---------- Ardith Holmes
THIRD ROW: Prouse, Watkins, Ciirstout, Knudsen, McArdIe, De Young, Osgood, Burke, McHatton, Fuller.
SECOND ROW: McSperritt,'Jameson, Nermo, Swensen, Whitaker, Walkup, Strike, Boling, Cross, Winders.
FIRST ROW: Reinhardt, Motz, Lancaster, Richardson, Nelson, Farrar, Robinson, Farrar, Howes
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BRILEY JACOBSON FARRAR HUGHES
FOURTH ROW: Bennett, Fields, Brickenback, Boyd, Kolos, Lofgren, Campbell, Boyer, Hora, Carr, Self. THIRD
ROW: Cowan, Winders, Crass, lngham, Trohomovich, Husk, Sollers, Murray, Briley, Jacobsen. SECOND
ROW: Curran, Osgood, Smith, Whiting, Cameron, Orfanos, Franklin,lackson, Malone, Boyer. FIRST ROW:
Borden, Smith, Mooney, Prante, Mooney, Livingston, Taucher, Wade, Smith, Calleson.
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FIFTH ROW: Brown, Barry, Murray, Taylor, Jensen, Morrow, Sackrider, Shamehorn, Lindholm, Doyle. FOURTH
ROW: Moberg, Inman, Kock, Carey, Price, Baranic, Shelby, Howard, Williams. THIRD ROW: Sackett, Lovejoy,
Wessell, Corden, Thornton, Currier, Teagle. SECOND ROW: Murray, McPherson, Badgley, Sheets, Lofgren, Tro-
himovich, Dyer. FIRST ROW: Brinker, Soller, Borden, Amderspm, Comber, Borden, Hartstrom.
AUSQHER BECHTOLD BARRIE MURRAY
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FIFTH ROW: Boling, Sackrider, Aarhaus, Knowles, Halferty, Graves, Swenson, Hasbrouck, Einert, Jacobus
Kinnamon. FOURTH ROW: Hallowary, Graves, Walker, DeHart, Robinson, Prosch, Sutherby, Boling, McMaster
THIRD ROW: Laudberg, Lovgren, Murray, Kearney, Sterns, Harris, Pajala, Phelps, Barger. SECOND ROW: Bena
Lofgren, Tauscher, Bechtold, Claflin, Jones, Stott, Zigler. FIRST ROW: Fehlberg, Troyer, Boulden, Sheets, Fields
Hink, Corden, Tetreau, Howes.
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the entirw clues fnd it its stiytd 'ith .',- ua. Th- dress-up day,
which is for Suphovortt wloht, mms in the latt spring. The
majority of thi ti agpgt 5 Took idviutage of this sports day
and cvhry Ong had fun,
Tut cnthusi gm inQ industry of thv class hws been hot-
Jd with aoprwvgl, Lith thg iii Cf Kiss M If nn Jones, our xd-
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On September 9, 1940, the Freshman, with high hopes, en-
rolled in E. H. S.
The officers elected were:
4 President ----------- - ---- ---- Frank Shovlain
Vice President --------- -------- Bob Myers
Secretary ----------------- ---Fargaret Crain
Treasurer ----------- ---------- ---- Vernon Downs
Spiral Club Representative --------- Henry Cloud
Father Time has taken the Freshman Class success-
fully past the ninth hour in the march to graduation.
Iesides maintaining a high standard of scholarship
the Freshman Class this year nas tried to create pep at all
games and to support their Alma later in all ways possible.
The Freshman also had the honor of introducing a
yell to their uoperclass members.
. The Freshman Class is represented in nearly every
activity, and when they start to put anything over, they
bring victory to their class.
The Freshman Class held a successful party which
brought about more friendliness among the students.
The class feels it has completed this year success-
fully and is looking for more worlds to conquer, Members
of the Class of WLAN look forward with great' anticipation
to the three years of school ahead of them,
We, the Freshman Class of ULLN take this oppor-
tunity to thank our class advisor, Mr. Mykut, for his sin-
cere help and guidance through our first and most trying
year of high school.
FIFTH ROW: Watkins, Alexander, McHatton, Ford, Crass, Richards, Smith, Crain, Hasbrouck, Kosenski, Daniels
FOURTH ROW: Strike, Campbell, Bogar, Hollis, Damon, Williams, Briley, Studer, Boling, Fitzgerald, Doughty
THIRD ROW: Kilgore, Mock, Wennberg, Vanderwall, Cleator, Rohleder, Camp, Wedekind, Harstrom, Morrison
SECOND ROW: Badgley, Jones, Nelson, Ray, Prante, Mowry, Husko, Musgrove, Huss. FIRST ROW: Bosler,
Evans, Moore, Purcell, Rowton, Harrison, Thayer, Westover, Moore, I
SHOVLAIN MYERS CRAIN CLOUD
ROW: Daniels, Lavender, Foley, Boyer, Ayles, Brown, Taylor, Osterhout, Jacobs, Weaver. FOURTH
Byrd, Petty, Emerson, Cloud, Olp, Werts, Kelly, Lowe, Smeyers, Schinider. THIRD ROW. Mitchell,
Schouweirel, Evans, Lind, York, Williamsen, Svobada, Shovlain. SECOND ROW: Salzer, Sherwood,
Winders, Winnings, Michlak, Cowan, Jasper. FIRST ROW: Doyle, Morrison, Cirt, Slater, Elliott, Car
Canison, Balch, Hyde
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THIRD ROW: Dyer, Holmes, Romaneski, Rohleder,
McArdle, Hucks, Nigh. SECOND ROW: Strike, Phelps,
Olson, Robinson, Farrar, Wellen, Rohleder. FIRST ROW:
Town Hal' Thanksgiving Basket Drive
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mf. ..-- Emerson. Sund. Piercev. Jasper, Anderson, Winders
As another year
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The club had for
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to be one of the school's most
having attained success in all
its officers at the opening of
September the following group of girls:
President ------------------------------------ Imogene Eaton
Vice President --------------------- ----- Viola Strike
Secretary -------- ----- ----- Maxine .McArdle
Treasurer ---------- - ---- Delores Romaneski
Mistress of Sports-- - ----- Patricia Teagle
Advisor ----------------------------------------- Miss Jones
A few months later, the presidency was given to Viola
Strike, when Imogene resigned.
The Girls' Council had a membership of seventeen girls and
met at various intervals.
Our Girls' Club was represented at the Southwest Washing-
ton Cirls' League Conferences in October and April and in Nov
-ember, a representative attended the 1940 Annual Student
Leader's and Journalists' Conference at the University of
Worthwhile affairs sponsored by the Girls' Club were the
Thanksgiving Basket Drive, the old Clothes Drive at Christmas
The Mothers' Tea, The Senior Breakfast and, perhaps the one
to be best remembered, the Father-Daughter Banquet. The
first two functions were sponsored together with the Boys'
All in all, it has been a remarkable year in the history
of the Girls' Clubg and may we take this opportunity to ex-
press our thanks and appreciation to our able advisor, Miss
The younger of the tvo institutions that ur: similar in
their aims to work for the common good of the school---the
boys' Club---has seen another year in its life terminate
This year, undor tho loidcrship of tha follovin5 boys,
the club carried out one of the most outstanding events in
the history of Elma High---the Boys' Club, HTown Hallzn
President ---------------------------------- Bob Piorcoy
Vice President ----------------- ----- ---Lo Roy Endo
Secretary-Tr-dsursr ---- ---Hombr White
SCTgtJHt'3t'3FmS ---------- ----- Dick Hink
Spiral Club Representative ------------- ---- Jim Fishcr
Advisor -------------------------------------- Mr. Myhrc
This political rally staged by ths boys was one of the
largest and one of thc finost rallies the town has cvqr
known. As A result of cnroful planning and co-operation,
it proved to bc a hugo success. A crowd fu' ostimatid bot -.'- son
five and six hundred attondcd tho program and tho luncheon
At Christmas tht boys aided in the struct decorations.
Tognther with the Girls' Club, they more able to out over
thoir annual holiday drivcs. Their Father-Son Banquet is
not to bs ovqrlookod, nor are tho two danocs sponsorod by
The your has proved to be one of achievement. Many
thanks to hr. Myhro, our advisor, who has contributed
greatly to our prossnt state of fine cooperation and prog-
Senior Play Cast Junlor Play Cast
SECOND ROW: Schouiller, Sherwood, Swenson, McPI'rcr- SECOND ROW: Cameron, Murray, Fuelds, Bruley, Tausln
son, Sund, Loomis. FIRST ROW: Marion, Bolmg, Callow, er. FIRST ROW: Bolmg, Wellen, Motz, Cerslwtour, NCI
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F. Callow, Hink, Cloud. THIRD ROW: Murray, Lavender, Richards, Crain,
Crass, McPherson, Boling, Lougheed, M. Callow. SECOND ROW: Jones, DYER MURRAY
Currier, Thornton, Havtsrrom, Trohimavuch, Morrow, Jensen, Olson, FIRST CURRIER MARION
ROW: Marion, Reinhardt, Bailey, Morrison, Robinson, Badgley, Bosler, .
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TOP: Brown, Burke, Fuller, DeYoung, Nermo, Swenson, Holrnes, Swisher
Marion. SECOND ROW: Murphy, McSperriH, McHatfori, 'Windcrs, Mc-
Arclle, Moberg, Creene, Jacobs. THIRD ROW: Callow, Martin, Cloud,
MURpHy FARRAR Phelps, Howes, Strike, Nigh, Koch, Olson, Vxfhitaker, Wellcn, Robinson
NELSON PHELPS Nelson, Farrar, Farrar, Carr.
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THAYER OSCOOD SECOND ROW: Anderson, Wade, Osgood, Jasper, Wessel, Borden, Robinson. FIRST
ANDERSON METZCER ROW1 Combes, Smith, Livingston, Jacobs, Loomis, I-link, Howes.
FOURTH ROW: Morgan, Boyd. Jacobus, Thayer, White, Bennet. Hasbrouck, Lofgrcn
FIRST ROVJ: Rockriver, Loomis, Lofgren, Cameron, Bechtold, Osgood,
Wade, SECOND ROW: Swenson, Fisher, Dawson, Fields, Morgan, Swenson,
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E- SUND yinski, Ransom, Sund. SECOND ROW: Ingham, Whiting, Barger, Landberg, Nickel,
F SUND RANSON Lovgren, Cordon, Bechtold. FIRST ROW: Malone, Harvey, Bouldcn, Lynn, Whiting,
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ROW: Boranick, Evans, Moore, Jacobs, Lougheed, Lancaster, Borden. Combes, Ray, Campbell.
Swenson, Swenson, Metzger, Boling, Shelbey. SECOND ROW: Crain, Price, Afrank Brown
FIRST ROW: Martin, Jacobs, Hiles
Boys' Glee Club
THIRD ROW: Komisii, Metzger, Thayer, Spalding, Anderson, Musgrove, Sherwood. SECOND ROW Kelly
Piercy, Kolos, Beringer, Hartstom, Oslund, Lofgren. FIRST ROW: Jasper, Osgood, Tincani, Jacobs Schou
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Cobus, Smith, Williamson. SECOND ROW: Mock, Davidson, Callow, Cioud, Smith, Rowe. FIRST ROW.
Motz, Howes, Kinnamon, Stott, Hartstrom, Nelson.
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Approximately forty-five boys responded to Coach Butch
Hermes's call for football turnout. After a weeks delay by
the close of school he hurriedly whipped a team together
which very ably represented the Elma Eagles in the football
jamboree at the Olympic Stadium in Hoquiam, by defeating
Monte and Raymond,
On the Eagles schedule three practice games were listed.
They were with Chehalis, St, Martin's and South Bend,
Elma played nost to Shelton for the first league game of
the season on September 28. This game started the Eagle
drive for an undefeated season,
Monte was next to fall before the Eagle strategy and bc-
came a victim of their onslaught.
Shelton was once again defeated on October 12 on their own
A jinx blasted all hopes the Eagles had of an unticd, un-
defeated and unscored on season, when the Raymond Seagulls
held them to an O to O tie.
The Monte Bulldogs in a return game with the Eagles on
November ll, were the first and only ones to score against a
triumphant and successful Elma eleveng but they scored,
knocking off another piece of the Champions banner.
The brilliant seasons playing by the squad ncalled for a
post season gamen said Coach Hermes. It was chosen to be
with Bremerton of the Cross State League on Turkey Day.' So
once again, the Central League Champions were called upon to
uphold their undefeated record. They did.holding f a more
powerful team at bay with another score of O to O, For their
excellent work, a dinner of turkey with all the trimmings
was served them.
The managers for the season were Frank Weasel and Reese
Metzqer vas the winner of the
sented by the coach. Bob Piercey
award given by the Kiwanis Club
honorary captain for the year by
block and tickle award pre-
received the inspirational
of Elma, he also was voted
On January 15, the coach was presented a trophy of ap-
preciation by the eiglt graduating lettermen.
Elma had a fairly successful season by winning four
games and losing eight. They ended up in fifth place ahead
of Montesano and Shelton. Elma 'had a 'bad start by
losing some of the best players. Bob Piercey, our star
player was out after playing four games, Ed Spalding was out
after the first half of the season had been played, LeRoy
Wade was out after the fourth game, and Evan Bennett was out
after seven games had been played,
This year we had Gene Anderson back from Shelton. He
turned in a successful season with the Eagles. He was high
point man of our team with a grand total of sixty points for
the season, Winders was close behind with a total of fifty-
four. Close behind him was big Les Metzger with a total of
forty-two, The other team mates scored as follows: Jasper,
thirty-eight, Picrcey, thirty, Bennett, eighteen, Spalding,
seventeen, Wade, twelve, Grass, eleveng and Boyd, nine.
Tho team's total points stood at two hundred and
average for twelve games was Elma,
twenty-three, opponents, twcnty-nine, which shows the scores
were very close.
In our league games this season the score
Montesano 17 Elma 13 Montesano Elma 23
Raymond 43 Elma 37 Raymond Elma 26
Hoquiam 27 Elma 20 Hoquiam Elma l3
Olympia 37 Elma 23 Olympia Elma 32
Aberdeen 38 Elma 25 Aberdeen Elma 26
Shelton ll Elma 31 Shelton Elma 20
The Seniors on this year's squad were: Anderson,
Metzger, and Jasper. Those who were out before the year
were: Piercey, Spalding, and Thayer,
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Tennis ' Golf
TOP ROW: Dawson, Boling, Boyd, Smith. BOTTOM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mooney, McPherson, Morzan. Hughes.
ROW: Tauscher, Joe Tauscher. Walker, Smith, Davidson Livingston
TOP ROW: Petty, Winders, lngham, Jacobsen, White, Thayer, Einert, Lofgren, Anderson
BOTTOM ROW1 Claflin, Zeigler, Waton, Svobods, Bena, Sherwood. A
TOP ROVV: Borden, Bosler, Lowe, Troyer, Jacobs, Schouiller, Cornbes. Smnth, Jacobs
BOTTOM ROW: Yands, Hasbrouck, Metzger, Kinniman, Grass, Hora.
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bert developed into a squad of very fine tennis players.
Jack Qawssn and Tom Boyd were the only lettermen back, Jack
a letterman of two years and Tom of one,
A full schedule of seven games were played with: Aber-
deen, Hoquiam, Raymond, Chehalis, Centralia, Shelton and
Members of the squad included Jack Dawson, Tom Boyd,
Dick Davidsen, John Tauscher, Joe Tauscher, Varel Smith, Bob
Smith, Eldon Boling, and Jerry Walker.
The boys received much experience and a fine squad is
anticipated for next year.
Baseball got off to a good start in the first half of
the league which is a fair average.
Our team is small but has shown a considerable strength
against the big teams this year. Greater success should be
theirs in the second half.
The runs as compared with their opponents stand as fol-
lows: Elma has twenty-seven to their opponents thirty-two.
. The league season scores were as follows: Elma f7J vs
Monte ill, Elma C21 vs Aberdeen KRD, Elma Q25 vs Olym ia C81
Elma Clol vs Hoquiam CBD, and Shelton Kl2l vs Elma CBS.
The second string played only one game this season and
one-nazi postponed,l The result was a victory for the Elma
squad over the State School in Chehalis. The score was
twenty-three to sixteen in a wide open game.
Scoring this season is as follows: Winders and Jacobsen
both six runs for the lead. White, Einert and I..1ngham
three runs each. Anderson and Thayer next with two each
then one apiece for Lofgren, Zigler, Gowan and Barger.
The players on our squad this year are: Lofgren, BB
and Cg Lofgren, C3 Anderson, S53 Thayer, LF3 White, lB and
Pg Einert, CFg Jacobsen, P and lBg Zigler, RF, Ingham 2Bg
Petty, RI and LFg Barger, 3B3 Gowan, RF.
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Getting underway the 19th of March the track squad pro-
gressed very steadily. Mr, Packard, the coach deserves much
credit for the success of the season, The first meet was at
Hoquiam with Quinault, Wishkah, and Aberdeen participating,
Elma was second in this meet. The second meet was
with Hoquiam, Shelton and Monte at Hoquiam, The 3rd meet
was a duel meet with Monte, with Elma winning the meet 62-
59, The next meet was with Chehalis and Shelton at Chehalis
later in the season.
The county meet at Hoquiam was taken in by Elma, Wish-
kah, Quinault, Monte, Shelton, Hoquiam, and Aberdeen were
the other schools,
Metzger attended the district meet in Olympia,
Lettermen for the year include Borden, Metzger, Jacobs,
Bosler, Jacobus, Gehrman, Yanda, Grass and Hora,
Much credit is due to the managers of the squad who are
Combes, Schouweiler, and Smith.
The 1941 golf team of the Elma High School was "estab
lished by the players, and is under the supervision of 'lr,
golf team in school since l936.
team are: Don Morgan, Reese Living-
Bob Hughes, and Fred Mooney,
Morgan, Livingston, and McPherson have had two years'
experience playing in competition, Hughes and Mooney are
playing for the first time this year. The team has
Davis. It is the first
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ston, George McPherson,
been fairly successful this year.
Aberdeen, Hoquiam, and Elma at Aberdeen April 26
Bremerton, Shelton, nd Elma at Shelton- May 3
Shelton and Elma at Elma --------------- May lO
Aberdeen, Elma, and'Hoquiam at Elma ---- May lA
Southwest Open --------------------------- May l7
Aberdeen, Hoquiam, and Elma at Aberdeen--May 19
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