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published by students of
PIPE HIGH SCHOOL
MRS. ANNE HUBER
There are a few in their chosen
profession who by their pa-
tience, kindness, and under-
standing have endeared them-
selves to many people. Such a
one was Anne Huber, who lives
on in the memories of all who
knew her. Sincerity, enthusi-
asm, and graciousness were a
part of her lovable personality.
We dedicate our 1951
Annual to Anne Huber, Whose
teaching was an inspiration to
MARVIN P. BELKNAP, Principal
ROBERT C. HALL, Superintender
THELMA BOOTH, Commercial Department
FRANKLIN GUSTAFSON, Science, Photography
AGNES DUNN. Librarian, English
SWAIN ARNASON, Seventh Grade
ARLENE LINDSTROM, Vice-Principal
HARRY SORENSON, Social Studies
ALMA VINSON, English, Mathematics
GLEN OLMSTEAD, Agriculture
JEAN MURDOCK, Home Economics
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PAUL SCHEYER, Shop
EILEEN ANDERSON, Art, Girls' P.E.
I-IUBERT BUCKLEY, Eighth Grade,
ALFRED ELECHTNER, Music Department
HARRY GUST, History, Boys' PE.
MARIAN YOUNG, English
BILL VINSON, Mathematics, Senior High Coach
DORRITT HEINTZ, Seventh Grade
PHILIP NORBY, Eighth Grade,
Junior High Coach
LOIS COOK, Valedictorian
CLAUDIA USSELMAN, Salutatorian and winner of
Girls' Service Award
BRYAN DALIN, Faculty Choice Speaker
RONNIE MARTIN, Class Choice Speaker
DAVID BRUNOFF, Winner of Agriculture Award
BEVERLEE ALTOMARE, Winner of Choir
MARY ANN KARPACK, Winner of Commercial Award
BILL FUNKHOUSER, Winner of Boys' Service Award
JIM ROBINSON, Winner of Band Inspirational Award
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Senior Plaque Awards
FRONT ROW, left to right: Beverly Nelson, Carol Swihart, Claudia Usselman, Tatsuko Iwakiri, Glenda Anderson, Darris Ann Foien,
Marilyn Vogel, LaVona Dulin, Lois Cook, Maureen Smith, Delma Sestan. SECOND ROW: Sharon Morgan, Kathleen Naccarato,
Nancy Williams, Donna Jensen, Janet Mitton, Geraldine I-Ieilig, Jeanette Bryan, Mary Ann Karpaclc, jo Meachum, Delores Reed, Marilyn
Leigan, Mary Cassidy. THIRD ROW: Bill Tibbits, Gene Kraus, Jim Robinson, Bob Cook, Bryan Dalin, Bob Steele, Bill Funlchouser,
Joe Felice, Jack Sanford, William Matsumoto. FOURTH ROW: Saburo Kusumoto, Dick McKeen, Gene Cole, Bill Coggin, Donald Cowles,
Jay Busch, Stan Swayze, Travis Wallace, Lloyd Torgerson, Dave Brunoff, Dick Van Derschelden.
SSHIIGIS e Class of .7 951
BEVERLEE ALTOMARE. Majors: Choir, English. Minors: Home Econom-
ics, Science, History. Drill Team 3-4, Drill Team Captain 4: Girls' Club
2-3-4: Choir Historian 4: Choir 1-Z-3-4: Annual 3: Co-chairman Drill Team
Tolo 4: Nlay Day Dance Committee 3: Senior Announcement Committee 3.
Came from Lincoln High in 1948. Would like to become a nurse. 0 GLENDA
ANDERSON. Majors-: History, Home Economics, English. Minor: Science.
Drill Team 2-3: Trojanettes 2-3: Girls' Club l-2-3-4-: G.A.A. l-2-3: Tennis
3-4: Play Day 3: Feature Editor on Paper Staff 4: May Day Attendant 1:
"Boys about Bobbetteu 3: "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4: Girls' Club Play 4.
Committees: jr.-Sr. Prom 3: Drill Team Tolo Z. Would like to be an air
stewardess. Hobby: photography. U FRITZ BOHREN. Majors: Shop,
English. Minors: Science, Math, Mechanical Drawing, History. Boys' Club
1-Z-3-4: Projectionist l: Football Manager Z: Baseball 1-4: Committees: "Boys
about Bobbette," "Mollie O'Shaughnessy," junior Class Barn Dance 3, Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3. Fritz would like to be a carpenter.
,IEANETTE BRYAN. Majors: English, Commercial. Minors: Home Econ-
omics, Math, History. G,A.A. l-Z-3: Girls' Club l-Z-3-4: Choir l: Roll Room
Representative 2: junior High Office 4: Red Cross Attendant 3. Committees:
Ways and Means Chairman 4. Jeanette would like to be a bookkeeper. 0
DAVID BRUNOFF, Majors: Agriculture, English. Minors: Science, History.
F.F.A. 2-3-4: Secretary F.F,A.: Roll Room Representative: Paper Staff 3-4:
Junior Class Barn Dance Committee 3. David wants to go to college. 0 JAY
BUSCH. Majors: Social Science, Science, English. Minors: Math, Latin.
Torch Honor 1-2-3-4: Boys' Club 1-Z-3-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Student
Council 4: Freshman Class President: Student Body President 4: Reporter 3:
"Boys about Bobbette" 3: Track 3-4: Wrestling 4.
BOB COOK. Majors: English, Commercial. Minors: Dramatics, History.
Lettermen's Club 3-4: Boys' Club 3-4: Tennis 3-4: Football 3: Committees:
Program for Senior Play, Junior Barn Dance 3. Entered Fife as a junior from
Puyallup. Would like to be a business director. ' LOIS COOK. Majors:
English, Math, Social Science. Minors: Commercial, Science. F,H.A. l-2-3-4:
F.H.A. Vice-President 3, President 4: Girls' Club 1-Z-3-4: Girls' Club Repre-
sentative to Council 3: Trojanettes Z-3: Trojanette Vice-President 3: Junior
Red Cross Council 2-3-4-, President Z: -lunior Class Vice-President 3: Torch
Honor 2-3-4: Student Librarian 4: Student Grade School Librarian Z: Office
Girl 3: Annual Assistant Editor 3: "Boys about Bobbette" 3: "Mollie
O'Shaughnessy" 4. 9 BILL COGGIN, Majors: Science, English. Minors:
Mechanical Drawing, Math. Boys' Club Z-3-4: Lettermen's Club 4: Choir 4:
Feature Writer on Paper Staff 3: Christmas Pageant 4: Football 3-4: Basket-
ball Z-3: Track Z-3-4: Decorations Committee Junior Class Barn Dance 3.
Transfer from Puyallup in l948. Would like to join the Navy.
GENE COLE. Majors: Shop, English. Minors: Science, History. Lettermen's
Club Z-3-4: F.F.A. 1: Track 2-3-4: Football Z-3-4: Basketball 2-3-4. Ambition:
Ask Uncle Sam. 0 DONALD COWLES. Majors: English, Math. Minors:
History, Latin, Shop, Science. Torch Honor 3-4: Lettermen's Club 4: Boys'
Club I-2-3-4: Football Manager 1-4: Basketball l-3: Track 2-3-4: Wrestling
4: Yell Leader 2: Movie Operator 1-2-3-4: P.A. System 2-3-4: Annual Photo-
grapher l-2-3-4: Sports Editor 4: "Boys about Bobbette" 3: "Mollie O'Shaugh-
nessy" 4. Would like to be a pharmacist. 0 BRYAN DALIN. Majors:
English, Ag. Minors: Commercial, History. F.F.A. 1-2-3-4, Treasurer 3,
President 4: Boys' Club 1-2-3-4, Treasurer 4: Projectionist l-2-3-4: Senior
Class Treasurer 4: Paper Staff 4: "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4: Baseball 3-4:
Wrestling 4: Band 4: Committees: F.F.A. Livestock and Tractor 2-3-4, Earn-
ings-Savings 3, Community Service 4. Vfould like to become a pilot and have
a small farm, too.
LaVONA DULIN. Majors: Music, Science, English. Minors: Math, Home
Economics, History. Debate Z: F.H.A. 4: Girls' Club 1-2-3-4, Vice-President
4: Music Club 2-3-4, Secretary 4: After-School Sports 1-2: Librarian 3: Stu-
dent Council 2: Red Cross Council 4: Band l-2-3-4: Annual Staff and Paper
Staff Reporter 4: i'Boys about Bobbetteu 3: "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4.
Entered Fife from Peninsula as a sophomore. 0 MARGARET FALASCHI.
Majors: English, Band, Commercial. Minors: History, Home Economics.
F,H.A. l-2: Torch Club President 4: Music Club 2-3-4, Treasurer 3-4:
Girls' Club l-2-3-4: Office Girl Z-3-4: Torch Honor l-2-3-4: Basketball Z-3-4:
Baseball Z-3-4: Band Z-3-4: "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4: Committees: Girls'
Club Tea Chairman 3, Christmas Tree 3, Kangaroo-Court Band 3-4. 0 JOE
FELICE. Majors: English, Shop, Agriculture. Minors: Science, History.
Football 2-3: Baseball l-2: Boys' Club l-Z-3-4: F.F,A. l-2-3. Joe would like
to become a mechanic.
DARRIS ANN FOIEN. Majors: Commercial, English. Minors: History,
Home Economics. Girls' Club 1-2-3-4: F,H.A. 2-3-4: After-School Sports 2-4:
Drill Team 1-2: Choir 3-4: Junior Class Play 3: Girls' Club Play 4, Darris
w b ' - - . Nhfors: E'n'gl'h,
Agriculture, Minors: Math, Science, History. Boys' Club l-2-3-4: F.F.A. Z-3-4:
Trojan Knights 2-3-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Projectionist l-2-3-4: Football
1-2-3-4: Basketball l-2-3: Baseball I-2-3: "Boys about Bobbette" 3: Commit-
tees: F.F.A. Community Service 4 and Land 2-3-4. Bill wants to become a
farmer. 0 WYVONNA GREGG. Majors: English, Choir. Minors: History,
Commercial. Girls' Club l-Z-3-4: Pep Club 2-3: Basketball 1-2-3: Swimming
2-3: Student Leader 3: Student Nurse 3: "Anne of Green Gables" 1: "Shur-
man's Serenade" 1: Choir 4. Wyvonna entered Fife in her senior year from
Lincoln. Ambition: Work. '
KAY GUNN. Majors: English, History. Minors: Home Economics, Choir.
Girls' Club 1-2-3-4, Representative 4, Red Cross Council Vice-President 4,
Freshman Class Secretary 13 Sophomore Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Student Council
3-4, Grade and High School Offices 2-3, Choir 2-4, Paper Staff Reporter,
Dance Organization Committee 2-4. Ambition: Typist and housewife. 0
GERALDINE HEILIG. Majors: English, History, Science, Home Economics.
Minors: Math, Latin. F.H.A. 1-2-3, Drill Team 4, Girls' Club 1-2-3-4,
Representative 4, Paper Staff 3-4, "Boys about Bobbette" 3, "Geraldine and
the White Robe" 4, Decoration Chairman of Drill Team Tolo 4. Ambition:
Go to college then be married.
TATSUKO IWAKIRI, Majors: English, Commercial, Home Economics.
Minors: Science, History. Trojanettes 2-3, Treasurer 3, Junior Red Cross 4,
Girls' Club l-2-3-4, Health Center 4, High School Office 3, Choir 4, Basket-
ball 1-2, Volleyball 1-2, Tumbling 1-Z, "Boys about Bobbetten, Junior-Senior
Prom Committee 3, Class Play Committee 4, Ambition: To attend college. 0
DONNA JENSEN. Majors: English, Commercial. Minors: History, Science,
Home Economics. Girls' Club 1-2-3-4, Torch 4, Grade School Office 2, Junior
High Office 4, Attendance Clerk 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Assistant Audio-
Visual Co-ordinator 1, Scholarship 1-Z-3-4, "Boys about Bobbetten 3, Com-
mittees: Thanksgiving Baskets 4, Decoration 1, "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4.
Ambition: To work.
MARY ANN KARPACK. Majors: Math, English, Commercial. Minors:
Social Science, Home Economics. E.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Degree Chairman 2, Social
Chairman 3, Treasurer 4, Girls' Club I-Z-3-4, Trojanettes 2-3, Junior Red
Cross 3-4, Torch Honor 3-4, After-School Sports 2, Tennis 3-4, Choir lg
Nonettes 1, Student Director Girls' Club Play 4, Student Council 2, Com-
mittees: Decorations for Junior-Senior Dinner Dance 3, Mother-Daughter
Tea 1-2. 0 GENE KRAUS. Math, English, Band. Minors: Science, History.
Boys' Club 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4. 0 RONALD KRIESE. Majors: English,
Agriculture. Minors: Science, History, Shop. E,E.A. 1-2-3-4-, Thrift Bank
Treasurer 4, Boys' Club l-2-3-4, Committees: Senior Pictures 4.
SABURO KUSUMOTO. Majors: English, Shop. Minors: Latin, History,
Science, Mechanical Drawing. Baseball 1: Wrestling 2-3-4, Football 2-3-4,
Lettermen's Club 4. 0 MARILYN LEIGAN. Majors: English, Commercial.
Minors: History, Home Economics. Girls' Club 1-2-3-4, F.H,A, 1-2-3, Drill
Team 3-4, Music Club 4, Health Center 4, Choir 4, "Geraldine and the
White Robe" 4, Committees: Girls' Club Tea 3, Drill Team Tolo 4, Class
Committees 3, "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4, Ambition: To be a lady detective.
0 ROBERT LEIGHTON. Majors: English, Shop. Minors: History, Science,
Math, Choir. Boys' Club l-2-3-4, Student Council 4, Council Vice-President 4,
Choir 2-4, Paper Staff Reporter for Student Council 4, Lettermenys Club 4,
Football 2-4, Baseball 2, Basketball Z, "Boys about Bobbetten 3. Ambition:
To own a Cadillac.
DIANE LIGHTBURNE. Majors: English, Commercial, Minors: Science,
Home Economics, Music. Girls' Club 1-Z-3-4, Drill Team 1-2, Choir 1, Band
1-Z, Annual Staff 2, Photography Club l-Z, Pep Club 2, Sophomore Assembly
2: Freshman Assembly 1, G.A.A. l-Z. Entered Fife from Federal Way.
Ambition: Attend college then teach grade school. 0 DICK MCKEEN.
Majors: English, Band, lndustrial Arts, Minors: Social Science, Commercial.
Boys' Club l-2-3-4, Debate Club 3-4, Lettermen's Club 3-4, Band Z-3-4, Track
Z-3-4, Annual Staff 3, "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4. Ambition: To become a
lawyer. 0 WILLIAM MATSUMOTO. Majors: Math, English, Science,
Shop. Minor: History. Lettermen's Club 4, Boys' Club 4, Football Manager
2, Basketball Manager 2, Committees: Annual Ways and Means 3, "Mollie
O'Shaughnessy" 4. Ambition: To get more education.
RONALD MARTIN. Majors: Shop, English, Mechanical Drawing. Minors:
History, Science, Boys' Club l-2-3-4, Lettermenys Club l-2-3-4, President 4,
Student Council Z-3-4, Trojan Knights 2-3-4, Freshman Vice-President, Sopho-
more President, Student Council Representative Junior and Senior, Wrestling
Captain 4, Wrestling 1-2-3-4, Football 1-Z-3-4, Baseball 1-2-3-4, Track 4,
Sophomore Basketball, Senior Class Play, Paper Staff Sports Editor 4, Annual
Staff 4, 0 JO MEACHUM. Majors: English, Commercial. Minors: History,
Choir, Home Economics. Pep Club 2-3, Girls' Club 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-4, Student
Leader 1-3, Nursing 3, Baseball 1-2-3, Basketball 1-Z-3, Bowling 1-Z-3,
Swimming Z-3, "Anne of Green Gables" 1, "Shurman's Serenade" 1. Entered
Fife for her senior year from Lincoln. Plans to work and go to commercial
college, 0 DALE MIKELSON. Majors: English, Industrial Arts, History.
Minors: Math, Social Science. Boys' Club 4. Dale entered Fife from Lincoln
High for his senior year, Ambitions: To join the Navy, be a cabinet maker
and a millwright.
JANET MITTON. Majors: English, Home Ecomonics, Social Science.
Minors: Math, Science, Commercial. Trojanettes 2-3-4, Girls' Club 1-2-3-4,
Corresponding Secretary 3, Roll Room Representative 3, Red Cross Council 2,
Editor School Paper 4, Girls, Club Play 4, Ambition: To teach English and
history in high school, 0 SHARON MORGAN. Majors: Englith, Math,
Home Economics. Minors: Science, History, Debate 2-3-4, President 4, F.H.A,
2-3-4, Historian 3, Parliamentarian 4, Dramatics 1, Junior Red Cross 1-3-4,
Drill Team Z-3-4, Projectionist 2, Yell Queen 4, Student Council 4, Girls'
Sports I-Z-3-4, Choir 1, May Queen Attendant 3' Office 4, Annual Staff 3,
"Boys about Bobbetten 3. 0 KATHLEEN NAGCARATO. Majors: Com-
mercial, English. Minors: History, Home Economics, Science. F.I-I.A. 1,
Trojanettes 2-3, Secretary 3, Girls' Club 1-2-3-4, President 4, Torch Honor 4,
Senior Class Secretary 4, Assistant Register Keeper 3, Register Keeper 4,
Office 4, Choir 4, "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4, "Boys about Bobbetteu
Prompter 3. Ambition: To become a stenographer.
BEVERLY NELSON. Majors: English, History. Minor: Science. Drill
Team l-2-3-4, Reporter 4, G.A.A. lg Girls' Club 1-2-3-4g Red Cross 4g
Office 2g Choir 2-4g Paper Staff 4: "Boys about Bobbette" 3g Girls' Club
Play 4g Committees: Banquet Assistant 2-3, Dance Organization 2-3. Ambition:
To be a typist and file clerk. 0 DELORES NELSON. Majors: Commercial,
Home Economics. Minors: Latin, Social Science, Math. Girls' Club 2-3-4g
I-'.H.A. 2-3g After-School Sports 1-Z-3: Movie Operator 2-3-4.
DELORES REED. Majors: English, Commercial. Minors: Math, Home
Economics, History. Cvirls' Club 2-3-4g Rifle Club 2: F.H.A. 43 Student
Council l-4g Roll Room Representative 4: Choir 3g Paper Staff 45 Freshman
Class Play lg "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4g Committees: Junior-Senior Prom 3,
F.H.A, Banquet 4. Transfer from Lincoln in junior year. Ambition: Telephone
and telegraph operator. 0 JAMES ROBINSON. Majors: Band, English,
History, Wood Shop. Minors: Science, P.E. Lettermen's Club 2-3-4g Boys'
Club 2-3-4, Secretary 4: Band 1-Z-3-4, President 4: Track 2-3-4. Entered Fife
in junior year from Federal Way.
JACK SANFORD. Majors: English, History, Science, Shop. Minors: Math,
P.E. Trojan Knights Z-3-4: Boys' Club l-2-3-4, President 4g Basketball 3-4,
Track 1-2-3-4g Student Council 3g "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4, 9 DELMA
SESTAN, Majors: English, Math, Home Economics, Commercial. Minors:
History, Science. Trojanettes 2-3, President 3: Drill Team 3-4, President 4g
Debate 2-3-4, Secretary and Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4g F.H.A. 2-3-4g Girls'
Club I-2-3-4, Secretary 3g Student Council 4, Secretary 4: G.A.A. 3-4g
Sophomore Class Secretary 2g January Girl-of-the-Month 4g Drill Team Major-
ette 4g Health Center 4g F.H,A. Membership Chairman lg Annual Staff 3g
"Boys about Bobhette" 3. 0 MAUREEN SMITH. Majors: Science, English,
Commercial. Minors: History, Home Economics, F.H.A. I-2-3, Historian 2g
Girls' Club I-2-3-4g G.A,A. 2-3-4, President 2-4. City League 4g Pep Club 2:
Drill Team 4g Torch Honor 4g Chorus lg Yell Leader l-2: Paper Staff 2g
Senior-Class-Members Editor for Annual 4: Committees: Sadie Hawkins 2-4g
Drill Team Tolo 4g Style Show 3g Junior Prom Decorations 2g Football and
Basketball Banquets I-2. Entered from Walla Walla in senior year.
CARL SPANE. Majors: English, Agriculture. Minors: Latin, History, Shop.
Boys' Club 1-Z-3-4, Secretary 3g F.F.A. Z-3-4, Treasurer 41 Student Council
lg Sgt.-at-Arms Sophomore Class 2: Junior Class Vice-President 3: Football lg
Basketball I-3g Boys' Club Smoker 2g Track 4g Committees: Junior Prom 3g
Barn Dance 3g F.F.A. Leadership 4g Earnings 3, Turkey Raffle Chairman 3.
0 BOB STEELE. Majors: English, Commercial, Dramatics, History.
Letterinen's Club 4g Tennis 2-3-4: Junior Class Treasurer 3g Student Body
Business Manager 4g Junior Class Play 3g Senior Class Play 4g Paper Staff 4g
Committees: Junior Barn Dance 3: Senior Class Play 4. Entered Fife from
Puyallup in his junior year. Ambition: To own a store. 0 STANFORD
SWAYZE. Majors: Agriculture, History, English. Minor: Science, Letter-
men's Club 2-3-4g Boys' Club I-Z-3-4g F.F.A, I-Z-3-4: Baseball 1-Zg Choir 4:
"Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4.
CAROL SWIHART. Majors: Home Economics, Commercial. English.
Minors: Math. History. Girls' Club l-2-3-4. Historian 3: G.A.A. l-2-3g
Librarian 3-4: i'Geraldine and the White Robe" 4. Ambition: Dress designing.
I BILL TIBBITS. Majors: English. Commercial. Minors: Math, Speech.
Boys' Club 2-3-4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: Torch Honor 2-3-4g Junior
Class President 3g Senior Class President 4g Sophomore Class Treasurer 2g
Boys' Club Smoker 2: Paper Circulation Manager 3g Committees: Junior Prom
3. Junior Barn Dance 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. Entered Fife in his
sophomore year from Lincoln. 0 LLOYD TORGERSON. Majors: Shop,
English. Minors: History, Mechanical Drawing. Trojan Knights 2-3-4g Boys'
Club l-2-3-4: Baseball I: Basketball 2: Freshman Dance Committee I.
RONALD TURLEY. Majors: Agriculture, English. Minors: Science, History.
Boys' Club l-2-3-4: F.F.A. I-2-3: Ag Activities 2-3-4g Paper Staff 3g Student
Council Publicity Manager 4, Ambition: To become a commercial artist. 9
CLAUDIA USSELMAN. Majors: English, Commercial. Minors: History,
Secretarial Work. Ciirls' Club 2-3-4. Treasurer 3g Torch Honor 3-4g Student
Council 4g Senior Class Secretary 4: Student Body Treasurer 4g Play Day 2g
May Queen Attendant 2g Candy Counter Treasurer 3g Paper Staff Copy
Editor 3g Annual Staff 3: "Boys about Bobbette" 3g "Mollie O'Shaughnessy"
41 Committees: Junior Prom 3: Chairman of May Day Festival 3, Ambition:
To travel. 0 RICHARD VAN DERSCHELDEN. Majors: Math, English,
Social Science, I.ettermen's Club 3-4: Boys' Club I-2-3-4g Wrestling 1-2-3-4g
Tennis 2-3-41 Switchboard Operator 4, Ambition: To become a dentist.
MARILYN VOGEL. Majors: Math. Home Economics, English, Commercial.
Minor: History. F.H.A. l-Z-3-4g Torch Honor 3-4: Drill Team l-2-3-4, Vice-
President 3, Secretary and Treasurer 4: Girls' Club I-2-3-4g Junior Red Cross
4g Office 3: "Boys about Bobhetten 3. 0 TRAVIS WALLACE. Majors:
Math. English. Band. Minors: Science, Social Science. Projectionist 2-3:
Lettermz-n's Club 3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Annual Staff 4: Tennis Z-3-4:
Football 3-4: Basketball 4: Band I-2-3-4. Ambition: To become a pharmacist.
0 NANCY WILLIAMS. Majors: English, Commercial. Minors: History,
Science. Trojanettes 1-2-3: Torch Honor 3-4: Girls' Club 1-2-3-4: Junior Red
Cross 3-43 Assistant Audio-Visual Director I: Office 3-43 Choir 3-4g Junior
Class Play 3g Senior Class Play 4: Girls' Club Play 4g Girls' Club Play
LOWER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Arlu Reul, Yeddie Nylander, Sylvia Olive, Charlee Shinn, Gloria Roberts, Ardene
Sestan, Diane Ward, Janet Yoshicka, Bettie Dunbar. SECOND ROW: James Young, Lucille Usselman, Charlotte Tallman, Diana Steigers,
Marion Rose, Irene Stark, Carol Odegard, Joanne Sproul, Rose Shimizu, Ed Ranger. THIRD ROW: Jim Robbins, Marvin Rowan, Don
Mortenson, Danny Ulrich, Terry Williams, Philip Rivenes, Dwayne Proff, Carl Stalder, Eddie Wiebe.
UPPER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Marlene Cook, Virginia Meier, Dorothea Lachance, Judy Johnson, Sue Elliot, Delores
Cole, Mary Lou Handke, Virginia Askew, Evone l.aQua, Donna Mae Eberhardt, Delores Laviola, SECOND ROW: Duane Haslam,
Elizabeth Hall, Muriel Hall, Jean Baker, Margaret Ambuehl, Loretta Falaschi, Ilene Lueblce, Jane Buchanan, Wanda Fredericksen, Marilyn
Fox, Carl Funkhouser. THIRD ROW: John Laviola, Jack Fox, Robert Meeker, William Cole, Bob Kepl-ra, Roger Gordon, Don Lake,
Raymond Cowles, Bob Kern, Clarence Hamre, Ralph Davis.
The junior class has enjoyed a fine year under the supervision of Mr. Olmstead. Our
first concern of the year centered on our financial standing and means of improving it. We
played host at two all-school dances-'AThe Last Minute Minuet" and "The Snow Flake
Whirlwind." The class took great interest in selecting and presenting our play, HSpring
Fever," which We presented in April. The social highlight of the year came in May when
the junior class gave a formal dance in honor of the senior class. Muriel Hall was chairman
and Ciloria Roberts Was co-chairman for the dance.
lt has been a long trek, but We've reached our goal at last. A great deal has happened
during the three years that we have roamed the halls at Fife. There was that unforgetable
freshman initiation, the dedication of our Trojan Memorial Field, the football championship
of '49, the arrival of our class rings, the ground breaking and, finally, the completion of our
Wonderfully modern senior high building-all these things will remain with us throughout
our senior year and the years to corne.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Virginia Meier, Roger Gordon, Joann -
Williams, John Laviola. MR. OLMSTEAD, AClVl50l'
xLOWER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Frances Friend, Gerry Vandervest, Caryl Mansfield, Leslee Ward,.Arlene Tcler,
ECOND ROW: Harold Peters, John Lancaster, Eddie Riggs, Marcia Schamerhorn, Patricia Olnerquelle, Marguerite Stipes, Diane Shep-
ler, Eleanor Yoshioka, Myrna Reed, Jerry Sweet, Donald Woodard, David Emry. THIRD ROW: Pat Turner, Howard Wissinger, Allen
Wanen, John Timmons, Bob Pedersen, Ronnie Nelson, Jim Siska, Bill Spear, Jack Rosenow, Don Shoop, Richard Ragan, Dick Spencer,
jim Turley, Ray Washam.
UPPER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Noel Mcwherter, Marjorie Holmquist, Victorine Boitano, Marjorie McKeen, Maxine
Cox, Jo Ann Currier, Carol Jones, Rhoda Britt, Anna Kaelin, Shirley Evenson, Margie Kelley, Nancy Lutter, Mary Johnson. SECOND
ROW: Jerry Aldridge, Donald Door, Gordon Anderson, Sandra Keightley, Frances Berwick, Katherine Jensen, Winnie Mirron, Phyllis
Methven, Maxine Crocker, Carol Gregory, Ed Carder, Ronnie Mettler, Cecil Harrison. THIRD ROW: Jim Lovell, Richard Chesterfield,
Philip Hiles, Paul Fischlin, John Bohren, Tony Chlipala, Leslie Coolc, Thomas Murray, David Lund, Carl Johnson, Fred Meyer, Dick
Dunbar, Dick Blauvelt.
X Marion Stalder, Pat Nelson, JoAnne Sutton, Mary Ann Stovner, Nancy Headley, Arlene Touchette, Barbara Kelley, Lillian Bellman.
The class of '53 has completed another successful year under the direction of Mr. Harry
Sorenson. Eager to take up their new duties, the sophomores began early in the fall by
electing the new class officers whose pictures appear on this page. Student council representa-
tives were Eleanor Yoshioka, Edward Carder, and Carl Johnson.
School spirit is outstanding among the ranks of the sophomores, who take part in many
of the extra-curricular activities offered by the school. Football, basketball, and track are
well represented by members of the class. Aside from holding their own on the athletic field,
members of this class can be seen debating energetically, working as Trojanettes or Trojan
Knights, helping in the school lunch room and offices, and maintaining order in the library.
Among the sophomores are many FFA. and Fl-l.A', members and students who hold po-
sitions of esteem as officers and members of the clubs at Fife. Keep your eye on the class of
'53. With a spirit such as theirs, they are certain to go places.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, left to right, seated: Pat Nelson,
MR, SORENSON, Advisor Victorine Boitano. Standing: Richard Ragan, Harold Peters, Johnny
LOWER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Lucille Ofstad, Beverly Rowan, Elsie Yotsuuye, Joyce Kempf, Nadine Morgan, Jeanne
Petcrak, Janet Steiger, Barbara Marzano, Delores Russell. SECOND ROW: John Reins, Gloria Miller, Kathrina Salzmann, Joyce Peder-
sen, Sharon Kelley, Kathleen Leighton, Marilyn Siska, Loretta Olive, Beverly Tnrgerson, I-lideo Watanalwe. THIRD ROW: Gary Weaver,
Stewart Carder, Tommy Kamenzind, Albert Cochennette, Ray Timmons, Leon Rader, Argal Oberquelle, Gene Mead, Sam Shimizu, Tadashi
UPPER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Diana Holt, Caroline Chlipala, Norita Falaschi, Jane Andre, Inez lsaksen, Janet
Giessel, Barbara Fox, Margie Blodgetr. SECOND ROW: Phyllis I-leadley, Sharon Johnson, Vera Crawford, Carol Jensen, Lucille Friend,
Juanita Brodahl, Jerrilee Browning, Marcia Gordon, Mary Bisig. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Jones, Richard Bartholomew, Harold Farris, Loren
Chinn, Don Clarkson, Bill Flaherty, Victor Coon, Edward Hess, Ellsworth Finlayson, Erny Bailey.
Last fall the freshmen started a new and very exciting year, which later proved to be
a very memorable one to them. They were guided. through their first few .days of confusion
by their class advisor, Miss Lindstrom. After the first rush and seeming bedlam were over,
they became more at home in their new surroundings. lt was found that they co-operated
well in trying to do their part and that they took their places and their share of responsibility
in the student body,
After viewing their many talents and abilities, we expect that they will have a large
representation in the field of musical entertainment. Their scholastic achievements are also
highly commendable, and they hope to hold permanent positions on the honor roll.
But now is the time when they have closed their books to greet the summer vacation.
Before they leave, they would like to extend their thanks to the faculty as a whole and to their
individual teachers who have helped to make their first year in high school a success.
CLASS OFFlCliRS: Stewart Carder, Loretta Olive, Marilyn Sislca,
MISS LINDSTROM, Advisor Cary Weaver.
LUN ER I'lCfTl'Rli-FRONT ROW, left to right: Nlargic Torre. l.aGrett:i Shields. Sandra Rang. Phvllis Soltis. Patti' Rosenow
Donna Rr-ed, Marilyn YVcrherhee, Phyllis Perry. jacques Sills, Virginia Newman. SECOND ROXV: ,lack lN1cKeen. Grant Smith. Helen
Mnkaj, Mae Stovner, Delores Robinson, Anne Rivenes, Annette Rryan. Marilyn Trolson. Gail Murray, jo Ellen Prukop. Buddy Tanberg,
Johnny NI:-ver. THIRD ROW: Sam McCoy. Robert Peterson. Bob Nlittori. John lVlilner. Fred Miller. David Nordfors. Charles Shinn.
Albert Nlerrill, August Zampardo. Rohert Nlortenson. Nlyron Toler. Derald Xlauerman. Ernie Sproui.
l.'l'PER 1'lCTl.'Rli-FRONT ROW, left to right: ,Io Ann Bailey. Donna Chappell. La Nonne jones. Le Etta Kamenzind. Joyce Lucas.
Dnna 'l.anc:ustcr, Alice Cunningham, Gail Chilgren. Judy Fox. Nlary Obi-rquelle. Linda Chestnut SECOND ROXV. Alvin Kraus. Larry
Johnson, Gaylen Harris. Sharon Figg, Ruth Ambuchl. Janice Kotchkoe. lone Kvamme. Kathryn Cxiesscl. Rhea Crowell. Joe Door. Ronald
Celmer. Richard Lighrburnc. THIRD ROW: John Lvfor, Fred Chittenden. Dean Crawford. Norman Cronquist. Dick Cole. David Bor-
nander, Richard Ambuehl. David Hall, Donald Danlwerg. Ronnie Forslund. joe Nelson. Tcrry Kauaguchi. Alex Hergerr. Charles McKinnis.
This year's eighth grade has about seventy
pupils. They are divided between Mr. Norby's
and Mr. Buckley's rooms. The highlights of
the year were a Christmas party and a valentine '
party. Both were held in separate roll rooms.
For Christmas, a tree was brought and the -"r -- .
students made decorations for it and for the
windows and the door. The pupils drew names
and exchanged small presents. Refreshments
were brought by some of the students.
A valentine box was made and decorated ae'
for Valentines Day and valentines were ex-
changed. The students brought refreshments
and everyone had a good time.
EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS, front row, left to right: Virginia
Newman, La Vonna Jones, Gaylen Harris, Marilyn Trolson, Margie
Torre. Second row: Janice Kotchkae, David Norclfors, Ruth Ambuehl,
Upper: MR. BUCKLEY. Lower: MR. NORBY
LOWER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Elizabeth Kuntz, Doris Mansfield, Merrilyn Pettinger, Anita Sterino, Nancy Wood-
ard, Jo Ann Mead, Lynne Smith, Rose Ripley, Sachiko Takehara, Marcia Mettler, Edna McKinnis. SECOND ROW: Gary Scott, Agnes
Mettler, Darlene Trucco, Alene Woodside, Rosa Schlumpf, Barbara Solcolowslci, Gloria Shoop, Louise Touchette, Anita Yates, Shirley
Nelson, Karen Yoshioka, Jimmy Touchette, Ferdy Richland. THIRD ROW: Leonard Lightburne, Donnie Rowe, Dale Myers, Tim Miesse,
Bobby Smith, Lyle Rader, Jack Sterino, Richard Rivenes, Spencer Nordfcrs, Darrell Sharick, David Stanbaugh, Raymond Tyndall, Bill Lucas.
UPPER PICTURE-FRONT ROW, left to right: Dorothy Johnson, Betty Fenstermaker. Doris Betterly, Connie Ellsworth, Mary Jones,
Leona Kamenzind, Nellie Bohren, Sharon Beffa. Donna Hergert, Rosa Lie Francis. SECOND ROW: Billy Door, Lois Jensen, Marlene
Forslund, Dianne Handke, Dianne Coffman, Margie Cole, Agnes Bryden, Martha Colceley, Barbara Chamberlain, Nancy Kinney, Dixie Davis.
THIRD ROW: Kraig Buchanan, Billy johnson, George Griffith, Jay Charaba, Jay Dixon, John Kulka, Jim Garmen, Lowell Anderson, Denis
Arnold, Harry Dunn, Mickey Geehan, Don johnson, Eddie Eberhardt.
The year 1950-51 at Fife brought seventy-four students into the seventh grade. They
were divided into two groups: Mr. Arnason taught one and Mrs. Heintz the other.
Throughout the year co-curriculum classes were held during the first four periods of
the day. The rest of the time, the students could take either band, choir, or arts and crafts.
Physical education classes were also held in the afternoons.
Each Friday afternoon, the seventh grade listened to 'iThe Standard School Broad-
cast." This program was enjoyable as Well as educational.
In December, the seventh grade together with the eighth and ninth grades had a Christ-
mas party. Just before the holidays, Mrs. HeintZ's class sent cookies to the Childrens Home
and to Madigan Hospital. These remembrances Were greatly appreciated by the people there.
During the magazine drive, which is an all-school enterprise, Mr. Arnason's group sold
the most magazine subscriptions that Were sold by any one class. Karen Yoshioka was the
second highest salesman in the Whole school.
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managerg Jean Baker, editor. CENTER LEFT, front
row, left to right: Margaret Falaschi, Ronald Turley,
John Laviola, Mary Lou Handke, LaVona Dulin, Jane
Buchanan, Norman Heilig, Dick VanDerschelden.
Second Row: Ronnie Mettler, Sue Elliot, Bill Funk-
houser, Margaret Ambuehl, Gary Weaver. LOWER
LEFT: Gary Weaver, Ernest Bailey, Wanda Freder-
iclrsen, Don Cowles. LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Vinson,
advisor. UPPER RIGHT, front row: Ilene Luebke,
Glenda Anderson, Marlene Cook, Wanda Fredericksen.
Second Row: Don Mortenson, Janet Yoshiolta, Mari-
lyn Fox, Janet Mitton, Carol Odegard. Third Row:
Diana Steigers, Mary Ann Karpaclc, Bob Steele, Ger-
aldine Heilig, Bob Kepka, Ernest Bailey. CENTER
RIGHT: John Laviola, Maureen Smith, Mary Ann
Kai-pack, Muriel Hall.
Ann ual Staff
This year the annual staff has tried to bring you a larger and more improved annual.
With Mrs. Vinson as adviser, Jean Baker as editor, and Muriel Hall as assistant editor, We
have been able to produce an annual that everyone will be proud to own. Other members of
the staff are: business manager, Travis Wallace: assistant business manager, John Laviolag
senior class editor, Maureen Smith: sports editor, Donald Cowles: art editors, Wanda Fred-
ericksen, Ronald Turley, Gary Weaver, and Ernest Bailey: senior picture editor, Mary Ann
Karpack. Reporters are Geraldine Heilig, Delores Reed, Janet Yoshioka, Marlene Cook, llene
Luebke, Don Mortenson, Bill Funkhouser, Diana Steigers, Norman Heilig, Mary Lou Handke,
Jane Buchanan, Ronnie Martin, Ronnie Mettler, Bob Kepka, Margaret Falaschi, Carol Ode-
gard, LaVona Dulin, Bob Steele, Margaret Ambuehl, Sue Elliot, Janet Mitton, Glenda An-
derson, Victorine Boitano, and Marilyn Fox. Mr. Gustafson has done a splendid job of
photographing the smaller groups of our school organizations. We regret that our camera
does not permit his doing all our work, -
This year's annual includes not only the high school activities but also those of the
junior high school.
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UPPER LEFT, front row, left to right: Glenda Ander-
son, Marlene Cook. Beverly Nelson. Second Row: Bill
Tibbits, Mary Handke, Kay Gunn, Delores Reed.
Third Row: Bob Steele, Janet Mitten, Diana Steigers,
Bob Kern, CENTER LEFT: David Brunoff. Bob
Steele, Bill Tibbits-circulation department. UPPER
RIGHT: Mary I-landlce, associate editor: Janet Mitton,
editor. CENTER RIGHT, front row, left to right:
l.,aVona Dulin, Geraldine Heilig, Jean Baker, Richard
VanDerschelden. Second Row: Bob Keplca, Dave Brun-
off, Norman Heilig, Jerry McLean. LOWER
CENTER: Mr. Buckley, adviser, LOWER RIGHT:
Norman Heilig, Glenda Anderson, Dick VanDer-
schelden, Bob Kern.
Trojan T rum peter Staff
We have had some difficulties this year in putting out the weekly paper. Toward the
middle of the year, Mr. Francis, who published our news in the "Hilltop Bulletin," sold his
paper to a printer in Auburn. We had to find some other source for the publication of our
weekly news, so we turned to a mimeographed paper. There are advantages in a printed
paper over a mimeographed copy, but the staff found that it was a lot of fun to be able to
arrange their own paper and to put the items in that they wanted. For a class as large as this
journalism group, the extra work was welcome to keep them busy.
Our editor was Janet Mitton: assistant editor, Mary Lou Handke: feature editor, Glenda
Anderson: Delores Reed, copy editor: Bob Kern, sports editor: Norman Heilig, farm editor:
Bob Steele and Dave Brunoff, circulation managers: Dick VanDerschelden, historian: and
Bill Tibbits was in charge of mimeographing. The reporters were Ron Martin, LaVona Du-
lin, Geraldine Heilig, Marlene Cook, Kay Gunn, Bryan Dalin, Jean Baker, Bob Leighton
Diana Steigers, Beverly Nelson, and Bob Kepka. Mr. Buckley directed the work.
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UPPER LEFT GROUP: senior high. FIRST ROW, left to right: Claudia Usselman. Virginia Askew, Ardene Sestan. Sharon Morgan. SECOND ROWI: Bob
Steele, Delma Sestan, Delores Reed, Carl Johnson. THIRD ROW: Edward Carder, David Brunoff, jay Busch, Terry Williams, Duane Haslam. CENTER LEFT:
student body officers: Claudia Usselman, Ardene Sestan, Jay Busch, Bob Steele, Delrna Sestan, Sharon Morgan, Mr. Hall. LOWER LEFT: council at workr Edward
Carder, Delores Reed, Virginia Askew, Duane Haslam, Ardene Sestan, Mr. Hall, Jay Busch, Bob Leighton, UPPER RIGHT: junior high council. FIRST ROW:
Elsie Yotsuuye, Dixie Davis, Phyllis Perry, Lois Jensen, LaVonne jones. SECOND ROW: Nadine Morgan, Beverly Torgerson. Inez Isal-csen. Kathleen Leighton,
Ruth Ambuehl, Janice Kotchlcoe. THIRD ROW: Gaylen Harris, Stewart Carder, Edward Hess, Harry Dunn. CENTER RIGHT: Nliss Lindstrom. junior offi-
cers: SEATED: Kathleen Leighton, Beverly Torgerson. STANDING: Edward Hess, Ruth Ambuehl, Elsie Yotsuuye, Inez Isaksen, Gaylen Harris, Phyllis Perry.
LOWER RIGHT: junior council at work. SEATED: Nadine Morgan, Miss Lindsrrom, Stewart Carder. STANDING: Lois Jensen, Janice Kotchlcoe, Harry Dunn,
Edward Hess, Dixie Davis,
SENIOR I-IIGI-I: JUNIOR I-IIGI-I:
The council's officers were elected from the
. . . 'unior hi h school to lan the activities of th
fha student body president' Jay Busch' Aldmg year. This was done writh the help of the othei
On December 12, the junior high sponsor-
This year's student council was headed by
him were the other regular student body offi-
cers and the home room representatives, who
through discussion, although they had no vote, d I A ' H - 1
helped the council to carry out the will of the Q 8 Christmas party' mOV1ei The LIU est
entire student body. Mr. Hall expressed the
views of the faculty and has helped the council
Angel," was shown, followed by dancing and
refreshments. which proved very enjoyable for
the first activity,
to be 3 Success' The most outstanding activity of the junior
Besides Working for student Welfare, the high Was the Christmas program with musical
council this year promoted the early fall I-Iello numbers directed by Mrs. Karl Kaiser. Ninth
Dance, spring time's Campus Day, and the May grade students participated in the Nativity scene
Day festival. with Elsie Yatsuuye as announcer.
UPPER LEFT: Trojanettes. FRONT ROW, left to right: Arlene Toler, Mary Johnson, Virginia Askew, Marlene Cook, Evone LaQua, Ardene Sestan. SECOND
ROW: Marcia Holm, Diane Shepler, Vittorine Boitano, Mary Lou Handlre, Diane Ward. Pat Nelson, THIRD ROW: Muriel Hall, Carol Oclegard, Margaret
Ambuehl, janet Mitton, Winnie Nlirton, Carol Gregory, Charlee Shinn, CENTER LEFT: officers. SEATED: Virginia Askew. STANDING: Evone LaQua,
Janet Mitton, Diane Ward, Victorine Boitano. CENTER: Miss Dunn, advisor. LOWER LEFT: Ttojanettes on duty: Marcia Holm, Carol Gregory, Victorine
Boitano, Eleanor Yoshiolca, Diane Shepler, Marlene Cook. UPPER RIGHT: Trojan Knights. FRONT ROW, left to right: Ralph Davis, Duane Haslam, Bill
Funlchouser, Bob Kern. SECOND ROW: Gordon Anderson, Ronnie Mettler, Ronnie Martin, Harold Peters, Howard Wissinger. THIRD ROW: Jerry Sweet,
Clarence Hamre, Dwayne Proff, Jack Sanford, Dick Spencer. CENTER RIGHT: Bill Funkhouser, president. CENTER: Mr, Hall, advisor. LOWER RIGHT:
Knights on duty: Bill Funlrhouser, Duane Haslam, Bob Kern.
T rojonetfes Trojan Knjgh ts
"Trojan Knights report to the gym at
What a familiar call that is! Out they go
The Trojanettes, the official school ushers,
have had a very successful year under the guid-
ance of their faculty advisor, Miss Agnes Dunn,
and their student advisor, Janet Mitton.
Each year ten freshman girls are chosen to
become active Trojanettes during their sopho-
more and junior years. The girls are selected
on the basis of initiative, scholarship, and their
ability to co-operate with others. The chosen
Trojanettes this year were Eleanor Yoshioka,
Marcia Holm, Winnie Mitton, Pat Nelson,
Mary Johnson, Diane Shepler, Arlene Toler,
Carol Gregory, Victorine Boitano, and Arlene
to set up chairs or put away chairs after pro-
grams. They also patrol the halls at noon to
prevent an overflow of students there.
Each year the Trojan Knights select six
sophomore boys to serve in the organization.
This year's new members are Ronnie Mettler,
Gordon Anderson, Jerry Sweet, Harold Peters,
Dick Spencer, and Howard Wissinger.
Social events of the year were the annual
dinner for new members and the Trojan
UPPER LEFT, left to right: Bob Steele, Margaret Falaschi,
Kathleen Naccarato, LaVona Dulin, Nancy Williams,
CENTER LEFT, SEATED: Stan Swayze. STANDING:
Delores Reed, Bryan Dalin, Dick lVlcKeen, Donald Cowles.
LOWERY LEFT: Claudia Usselman, Stan Swayze, Lois
Cook, Mary Ann Karpaclc. UPPER RIGHT: Ronnie
Martin, Delores Reed, Bryan Dalin. CENTER RIGHT,
FRONT ROW: Glenda Anderson, Mary Ann Karpack, Bob
Steele, Claudia Usselman. SECOND ROW: Lois Cook,
Jack Stanford, Dick McKeen.
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UPPER LEFT: Jerry McClean, Charlee Shinn, Marvin
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UPPER LEFT: Torch Honor. FRONT ROW, left to right: Sandra Keightley, Marcia Holm, Rose Shimizu, Claudia Usselman, Virginia Meier, Jane Buchanan,
Eleanor Yoshioka, Pat Nelson, Nancy Lutter. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Vogel, Muriel Hall, Mary Lou Handke, Katherine Jensen, Jeanette Bryan, Jean Baker,
Margaret Ambuehl, Carol Odegard, Marilyn Fox. THIRD ROW: Nancy Williams, Kathleen Naccarato, Donna Jensen, janet Mitten, Mary Ann Karpaclc, Lois
Cook, Loretta Falaschi, Diana Steigers, Ilene Luebke, Maureen Smith. FOURTH ROW: Jean Kraus, Tony Chlipala, David Lund, Bob Kepka, Jack Rosenow,
Jay Busch, Donald Cowles, Bill Tibbirs. LOWER LEFT: Miss Lindstrom, advisor. UPPER RIGHT: Debate. FRONT ROW: Pat Nelson, Yeddie Nylander,
Sharon Morgan, Ardene Scstan, Barbara Marzano. SECOND ROW: Bob Kepka, Judy Johnson, Delma Sestan, Katherine Jensen, Marcia Holm, Dick McKeen.
LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Young, advisor. CENTER: Debate officers: Bob Kepka, Ardene Sestan, Sharon Morgan, Delma Sestan. LOWER CENTER: Torch
officers: Ilene Luebke, Margaret Falaschi, Pat Nelson, Eleanor Yoshioka.
Another successful year closed for the De-
bate Club. What has made our club strong is
that Mrs. Young has given her time and know-
Torch I-Ionor Society is a national organi-
zation for high school students of outstanding
scholarship. Membership in the society is given
on the basis of grade points. Eligible sopho-
mores receive a one bar pin in school colors to
indicate membership: juniors, a two bar pin.
Seniors who have earned the required number
of grade points by the end of their senior year
receive the Torch emblem pin.
Activities for the year included a pot luck
dinner and initiation party, a mid-term social,
and a spring picnic.
ledge for our benefit. She has continually
brought to our attention the facts about our
topic, 'iThe Welfare State," and the ways to
win a debate. There are two ways to look at
debate. One is to debate for fun and the other
is to learn all about the topic. The fact that
the whole group has Wanted to learn all about
a 'iWelfare State" has added much to our
UPPER LEFT: G.A,A. FRONT ROW, left to right: Sharon Morgan, Muriel Hall, Wanda Fredericksen, Ardene Sestan. Donna Eberhardt. SECOND ROW:
Maureen Smith, Delma Sestan, jane Buchanan, Virginia Askew, Evone LaQua. THIRD ROW: Carol Odegard. Margaret Ambuehl, Jean Baker, Sue Elliot, Dorothea
Lachance, Judy Johnson. LOWER LEFT: Mrs. Anderson. G.A.A. advisor. UPPER RIGHT: Lettermen. FRONT ROW, left to right: William Matsumoto,
Ronnie Mettler. john Laviola, Duane Haslam, Ralph Davis, Howard Wissinger, Dirk Mclfeen. David Emry, Jim Robbins, Jim Robinson. SECOND ROW: Gurdon
Anderson, Bob Kern, Dwayne Proff, Jack Sanford. Ronnie Martin, Bob Cook, Bill Funkhouser, Dick VanDerschelden, Saburo Kusumotc, Gene Cole, THIRD
ROW: Bill Coggin, Danny Ulrich, Ronnie Nelson. Bob Pedersen, Travis Wallace, Donald Cowles, Bob Kepka. Clarence l-lamre. Bob Steele, Dick Spencer. LOW-
FR RIGHT: Mr. Vinson. Lettermenls advisor. CENTER: G.A.A, officers. SEATED: jane Buchanan, Maureen Smith. STANDING: Janet Yoshioka, Jean
Baker, Ardene Sestan. LOWER CENTER: Lettermen officers: Ronnie Martin, Travis Wallace,
G. A. A.
The Girls' Athletic Association was intro-
duced this year to Fife by Mrs. Eileen Ander-
son, the new club's advisor.
To become a member, a girl must partici-
pate regularly in several organized sports besides
one individual sport, tennis or hiking. Upon
fulfilling these requirements, she receives the
first year a numeral, the second a letter, the
third a pin, and the fourth a guard.
Activities of the year included the initia-
tion of new members, installation of officers,
a dance, and the sale of booster pins and of
basketball schedule pencils.
The Lettermen's Club is made up of a
group of boys who have made a varsity letter
in any of the major sports at Fife High School.
The club purchased with funds from 21
variety show a beautiful trophy which is used
as an inspirational award. This award is kept
at school, and each year the boy who is voted
the outstanding athlete and sportsman has his
name inscribed on it. Louis Boitano received
this honor in 1950.
The aim of the Lettermen's Club is to
maintain good school spirit.
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UPPER LEFT, FRONT ROW, left to right: Muriel Hall,
Jean Baker, Yeddie Nylander, Judy Johnson, Shirley Even-
son, Irene Stark. SECOND ROW: Betty Dunbar, Ernest
Bailey, Harold Peters, Jim Robbins, Katherine Jensen,
Kathrina Salzmann, Bryan Dalin, Travis Wallace, Norita
Falaschi, Margaret Ambuehl. THIRD ROW: Gloriann
Miller, Sandra Keighrley, Carol Mansfield, John Bohren,
Ronald Jones, Dick' McKeen, Bill Spear, Don Clarkson,
LaVona Dulin, Victor Coon, Loretta Falaschi, Jim Robin-
son, Bob Kepka. FOURTH ROW: Beverly Rowan, Ralph
Davis, Donald Woodard, Bob Pedersen, Mr. Flechtner,
Marilyn Trolson, Marion Rose, JoAnne Sutton, Mary
Johnson. CENTER LEFT, FRONT ROW: Bill Spear,
Muriel Hall, Gene Kraus, Margaret Ambuehl. SECOND
ROW: Gloria Roberts, Travis Wallace, Marilyn Fox, Jim
Robinson, Carol Odegard. LOWER LEFT, FRONT ROW:
Lois Jensen, Dixie Davis, Bob Peterson, John Lefor, Harry
Dunn, Lowell Anderson. SECOND ROW: Jack McKean,
Nancy Woodard, Myron Toler, Doris Mansfield, Jay Dix-
on, Frank Bonar, Janice Kotchlcoe fstudent directorj, Karen
Yoshioka, Betty Fenstermaker, Raymond Tyndall. -UPPER RIGHT: Jim 'Robinscn. Izoretta Falaschi, Bob Keplra, Gloria Roberts Kpianoj. CENTER RIGHT:
Officers: Jim Robinson, Muriel Hall. LOWER RIGHT: Shirley Evenson, Muriel Hall, Jane Buchanan, Jean Baker, Irene Stark.
The Fife High School band under the direction of Mr. Alfred G. Flechtner has had a
most entertaining and successful year. The band has played for many events this year. There
were the sports events including both football and basketball. The band also had the honor
of being the only band playing at the basketball jamboree. Then there were both the senior
play and the junior play. Other things for which they played were the Christmas program,
contests, and festivals.
The band uniform fund was swelled considerably by the magazine drive held at the
beginning of the year. S750 was awarded the band by this means. Another S50 was ob-
tained through a National Assemblies program, l'The Mississippiansf' Best returns of all
came from the raffle and dinner held in the spring.
Several members of the band made a trip to Missoula, Montana, to take part in the
M.E.N.C. Northwest Music Festival. The band was also represented in the Navy band
The Kings Men, the high school dance band, had a very good year and played for
various community affairs including the local March of Dimes dance.
LTPPER LEFT, Music Club officers: LaVona Dulin, Carol
Odegard, Margaret Falaschi. CENTER LEFT: choir of-
ficers: Philip Hiles, Beverly Alromare, Janet Yoshiolca,
Terry Williams. LOWER LEFT: Librarians: JoAnne
Sutton, Dorothea Lachance, Marcia Schamerhorn. UPPER
RlCvHT: Senior Choir. FRONT ROW: Margie Blodgett,
Tatsic lwalciri, Maxine Cox, Darris Ann Foien, Marguerite
Stipes, Nancy Headley, Virginia Askew, Lucille Ofstad,
Beverlee Altomare, Delores Russell, Barbara Fox, Marjorie
Holmquisr, Caroline Chlipala, Myrna Reed. SECOND
ROW: Marilyn Leigan, Evone LaQua, Sue Elliot, Diane
Ward, Elizabeth Hall, Mary Cassidy, Nancy Williams,
Kathleen Naccarato, Marcia Gordon, Marcia Schamerhorn,
Dorothea Lachance, Delores Cole. THIRD ROW: Frances
Berwick, Janet Yoshiolta, Delores Reed, Rhoda Britt, Carol
Jones, Mary Ann Karpack, Lois Coolc, Jo Meachum, Wy-
vonna Gregg, Janet Mitton, Lucille Friend, JoAnne Sutton.
Mary Bisig, Marilyn Fox, Carol Odegard. FOURTH
ROW: Ralph Davis, Dick McKeen, Carl Stalder, Dwayne
Proff, Bob Steele. Dave Brunoff, Bill Coggin, Terry Wil-
liams, Roger Gordon, Bob Pedersen, Raymond Cowles, Dick
Spencer, Philip Hiles, Ed Ranger. CENTER: Mr. Flechtner, music director. Tri-Fifettes: Carol Odegard, Jane Buchanan, Gloria Roberts, Muriel Hall faccompanistl.
LOWER RIGHT: Junior Choir. FRONT ROW: Rosalie Francis, Dorothy Johnson, Virginia Newman, Doris Betterly, Connie Ellsworth, Patty Rosenow, Lynne
Smith, Mary Jones, Rose Ripley, Judy Fox. SECOND ROW: Donna Hergert, Agnes Mettler, Rosa Schlumpf, Carol Jensen. Louise Touchette, Darlene Trucco,
Linda Chestnut, Alene Woodside, Anita Sterino. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Touchette, Beverly Torgerson, Loretta Olive, August Zampardo, John Milner, Gloria
Shoop, Shirley Nelson, Bill Lucas.
The Fife choir has completed another good year under the able direction of Mr. Alfred
G. Flechtner. From being a group of fifty in September, the membership has increased to
seventy during the semester.
This year's calendar has been filled with such events as the program on radio station
KTOY, the sacred selections given at the P.fT.A., the exchange assembly at Federal Way, the
Western Washington Music Festival at Bremerton, and the Pierce County Festival at Fife.
which was under the direction of Mr. Flechtner. A special event of the year was the Christ-
mas program directed by Mr. Flechtner with the assistance of Miss Marie l-laglund. Some of
the numbers were "Gloria Patrif' Hrlesu. Priceless Treasure," "O Holy Night," and "Beauti-
ful Saviorf' A secular number on the program was "The Night Before Christmas." Other
numbers were selections by the grade school, the junior high school chorus, the senior band,
and the junior high girls' trio.
Two of the members of the choir, Carol Odegard and Marilyn Fox, were selected to
go to the northwest division of the Music Educators' National Conference at Missoula
UPPER LEFT: Girls' Club officers. SEATED: Janet Yoshioka, Kathleen Naccarato. STANDING: LaVona Dulin, Kay Gunn, Victorine Boitano. CENTER
LEFT: Thanksgiving Basket Committee: LaVona Dulin, Dom-a Jensen, Marion Stalder, Jeanette Bryan, Marcia Schamerhorn, Bettie Dunbar. LOWER LEFT: Miss
Dunn, Girls' Club advisor. UPPER RIGHT: 1950 May Queen and her court. CENTER RIGHT: Carol Swihart, Lois Cook, Janet Mitton, Delma Sestan, Claudia
Usselman, Jeanette Ruscher, Eleanor Streich, Kathleen Naccarato, LaVona Dulin, Virginia Meier, Janet Yoshioka, Marlene Cook, Kay Gunn, Vicrorine Boitano
LOWER CENTER: Mr. Sorenson, Boys' Club advisor. LOWER RIGHT: Boys' Club officers: Bill Tibbits, Jim Robinson, Jack Sanford, Bryan Dalin.
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'AThe meeting will please come to order"
were the Words spoken by Kathleen Naccarato,
president of the Fife Girls' Club. to open our
meetings, The winter activities which she
directed included the distribution, with the aid
of the Boys' Club, of Thanksgiving baskets
to the community's needy and the presentation
of a Christmas program to the student body,
In the spring, there was a dance featuring
a HShoW Boat" theme, the annual kindergarten
Easter egg hunt, and a tea honoring the mothers
and the Women faculty members.
The Boys' Club, directed by Mr. Sorenson,
consists of all the senior high boys. For enter-
tainment at the meetings, the club had movies
and several outside speakers. At one meeting,
there was a Wrestling demonstration by Bryan
Dalin and Ralph Davis. While they were
demonstrating the holds in wrestling, Mr. Gust
told about the different rules and explained the
The club helped with the distribution of
Thanksgiving baskets for the needy in our
community. It also sponsored activities to help
furnish the activity room.
UPPER LEFT: James Young, Ronnie Martin, Raymond Cowles, Jerry McLean, Joe Felice, Jim Robbins, Dale Mikelson, Gene Kraus, Mr. Scheyer. CENTER
LEFT: Bob Kern, Roger Gordon, Mr. Scheyer Kinstructorl. LOWER LEFT: William Matsumoto, Raymond Cowles, Joe Felice, Jerry McLean, Jack Sanford, Duane
Haslam, Bob Pedersen. UPPER RIGHT: Ronnie Mettler, LeRoy Ellestad, Carl Johnson. CENTER RIGHT: Mr. Gustafson, projectionists' advisor: Donald
Woodard, Delores Nelson, Donald Cowles. LOWER RIGHT: Philip Rivenes, Jim Siska, Carl Funlchouser.
Mr. Scheyer, our instructor, teaches the
boys to use various carpenter's tools and power
tools. Of the latter, we have a band saw, table
saw, jig saw, sander, and two lathes.
Mr. Scheyer can secure almost any kind of
wood for the projects that the boys make. Many
beautiful pieces of furniture have been made this
year. The cost of these is very low because the
materials are bought at Wholesale prices.
The stage crew constructs and repairs any-
thing needed around school, especially the stage
sets for school plays.
This year, the audio-visual department is
located in its new headquarters in the high
school building. The office and equipment
room, located in the library, is now in opera-
tion. The department has expanded to include
room 31 as a projection room to better serve
the enlarged school plant. Also of interest to
the projectionists is this year's class in photo-
graphy in which many are enrolled. The de-
partment is under the supervision of Mr. Gus-
tafson, who has made it one of the most serv-
iceable departments in the school.
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UPPER LEFT, FRONT ROW, left to right: Barbara
Kelley, Margie Kelley, Bettie Dunbar, Barbara Marzano,
Elsie Yotsuuye, Marion Stalder, Beverly Torgerson, Caryl
Mansfield, Shirley Evonson, Mary Johnson, Lucille Ofstad.
SECOND ROW: Cloria Roberts, Nadine Morgan, Jeanne
Petoralc, Marcia Schamerhorn, Dorothea Lachance, Delores
Cole, Carol Odegard, ,lane Buchanan. Carol Gregory, Sandra
Keightlcy, Wanda Fredericksen. THIRD ROW: Janet
Steiger, lnez lsaksen, Carol Jensen, Sue Elliot, Judy john-
son, LaVona Dulin, Delores Reed, Sharon Kelley, Kathleen
Leighton, janet Giessel, Irene Stark, Jane Andre. FOURTH
ROW: Diane Shepler, Delma Sestan, Joyce Pedersen, Mari-
lyn Vogel, Darris Ann Fioen, Mary Ann Karpaclc, Lois
Cook, Diana Steigers, Marion Rose, Katherine Jensen,
Sharon Morgan. CENTER LEFT: Drill Team. LOWER
LEFT: Majoretres: Mary Cassidy, Ardene Sestan, Delma
Sestan. LOWER CENTER: F.H.A. officers, SEATED:
Lois Cook, Mary Johnson. STANDING: Carol Odegard,
Sharon Morgan, Glorie Roberts, Wanda Fredericlcsen, Mary
ann Karpack, ,lane Buchanan, Bettie Dunbar. UPPER
RIGHT: Miss Murdock, F.H.A. advisor. CENTER
RIGHT: Mr. Flechrner. Drill Team advisor. LOWER RIGHT: Drill Team officers. SEATED: Delma Sestan, Marilyn Vogel. STANDING: Beverly Nelson,
Evone LaQua, lievorlee Altomare.
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The Fife Chapter Future Home Makers of
America has had another eventful year, Some
of the activities were a trip to Madigan, a dance,
a mother-daughter tea, the annual initiation,
and a ,joint meeting with the F.F.Px. The co-
operation of the girls and this year's officers
made the year very successful. Miss Murdock
was advisor: Lois Cook, president: Carol Ode-
gard, vice-president: Mary Johnson, secretaryl
Mary Ann Karpack, treasurer: Jane Buchanan,
reporter: Betty Dunbar, points chairman: Shar-
on Morgan, parliamentarian: Wanda Freder-
icksen, membership chairman. Jane Buchanan
was southwest regional chairman.
Our drill team had a very successful year
under the supervision of our advisor, Mr.
Flechtner, and our president, Delma Sestan.
Our main social event was the tolo, which
carried out the theme 'AHarbor Lights" with a
background of the city's water front and a
blinking lighthouse. We marched at three foot-
ball games and at five basketball games, and
enjoyed a midnight hay ride and a Weiner roast
after the first basketball game. The year was
not completed as usual by our marching in the
b, l5,F,A. officers. SIEATHD: Bryan Dalin, Dave Brun-
". llatiliiig squash frnin the F,F,A. field.
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lllauvelt, Victor Coon, lfllswortli Finlayson. Donald
Door, Pat Turner. lid Carder. Carl Funkliouser. Norman
Heilig. SECOND IZOW: Clarence Hamre, Carl Spam.
lfddie Wiehe, Allen Warrt-n, Gordon Anderson, Bill
Ftinkliouser. Paul Fischliii. Thomas Murray, Philip
Rivt-nes, Bryan Dalin. THIRD ROVV: Danny Ulrich,
David l,iind. Ray Timmons. Loren Chinn. Stan Swayze.
Ronald Kriese. Leslie Cook. Dave llrunoff, K1-itll Keinpf,
Mr, Olinstefid, advisor.
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Olmstead. Norman Ht-iltg.
IU. Violin lnviola and pure bred Angus steers.
ll Advanced rlnss and Norman Hvilig witli registered Holstein lieifer purchased from Carnation
liileis F.li.A. chapter was one of the top eleven out of last year's one hundred seventeen
chapters in the state. They received the bronze emblem and the Master Chapter award. With
thirtyenine active members, liife had three State Farmersillonnie Marzano, l-ouie Torre.
and l,ouis Boitano. The degree is earned by two per cent of the total state membership. Three
boys Bill lftinkhouser, Norman lleilig, and Louis Boitano-placed in the Carsten's meat
identification contest. Melvin Hamre won the Sears Scholarship award, which is granted
tothe top lf.l3.A. boy in each county. The year was completed by a camping trip in the
Olympic Mountains with Mr. Olmstead, the advisor.
This year's officers were: Bryan Dalin, president: Clarence Hamre, vice-president:
David Brunoff, secretary: Carl Spane, treasurer: Norman Heilig, reporter: John Laviola,
sentinel: Keith Kempf, parliamentarian: Ronald Kriese, thrift bank manager. The officers
attended the district officers' training school at Tvvana State Park. There district officers
were elected with Bryan Dalin as president and Norman Heilig as sentinel.
l.ast fall the Fife chapter was awarded a blue ribbon on its horticultural exhibit.
Mrs. Morey, Secretary.
Mrs. Jennings, Librar-
Mrs. Curtis, Nurse
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Driver Training Car.
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Senior High Office
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Cecil Harrison. Thomas Murray, Vincent Olmstead, David Emry lmanagerj. SECOND
ROW: Ed Catder, Jerry Aldridge, Bill Cole, Joe Felice, Don Cowles lmanagerl.
Senior High Football
With eight lettermen back from his 1949 Trojan champion team, Coach Vinson's hopes were very high
for a championship in 1950. The eight lettermen were Harley Spencer fall-conferencel, Lonnie Schoonover
fall-conferencej, Dwayne Proff, Gene Cole, Bill Funkhouser, Travis Wallace, Jim Olson, and Ronnie Martin.
At the annual county jamboree at Fife, the team looked very good. They had a good forward wall
and the necessary offensive power. Fife was the only team on the East to score on a West team. A consoli-
dation of the Kapowsin and Roy schools into one school called Bethel made the number of schools uneven so
an outside participant had to be invited to balance the number of teams. Sumner accepted the invitation to
enter, The final score was 25-6 in favor of the West.
The Trojans started the season with a game with Orting. With the eight lettermen, Fife went to work
and beat the Cardinals 33-6. Harley Spencer looked very good on his long runs, and Lonnie Schoonovers
defense stood out very well.
The second game was with Eatonville. They gave the Trojans a tough time with their end runs, and
they nosed us out 13-6 for the first time that an Eatonville football team has beaten Fife in school history.
Coach Vinson then lost four of the lettermen on training rules. The rest of the team had to work to build
the weak spots up again. '
ln the next league game. the contest was with Bethel. ln the minds of the fans. it was the best game of
the season for the first half. ln the second half, inexperience weakened Fife, and the Braves won 25-6. Kern,
Proff, and Cole made a good showing.
Then the Trojans had a practice game with Tahoma. Fife showed good scoring power in a 20-0 vic-
tory, its second Win of the season.
With the season half over, Fife played Federal Way in an 0-0 tie. It was a well played game considering
the wet weather. ln the first half. the Eagles came close to scoring, but the Trojans' defense tightened. ln
the second half, it looked as if Bob Kern would go all the way on the kick-off, but the safety man caught him
before he scored.
ln the next to the last game, the Yelm Tornadoes of Thurston County waited until the last half-minute
before scoring and won 6-0 over the Trojans for the first time in eleven years.
ln the last game of the 1950 season and the last for ten seniors, The Seahawks of Peninsula had a scoring
spree in the first quarter and made 20 of their Z6 points. They won 26-7. This ended the season of football.
Sept. 15-Pierce County Jamboree Sept. Fife Orting
Sumner 12 Eatonville 0 Oct. 6 Fife Eatonville
Yelm 6 Federal Way 0 Oct, 13 Fife Bethel
Peninsula 0 Fife 6 Oct, 20 Fife Tahoma
Bethel 7 Orting 0 Oct. 27 Fife Federal Way
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West Z5 East 6 Nov. l 0 Fife Peninsula
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Clarence Hamre, Bob Pedersen, Norman Heilig. SECOND ROW: John Laviola, Jack
Rosenow, Raymond Cowles, Richard Ragan, Gene Mead fmanagerj.
SGHIIOI High Basketball
The 1951 basketball season was set off by the twelfth annual Pierce County League Jamboree. Fife drew
Yelm and lost 17 to 29. The regular season started with the Bethel Braves and gave a 38 to 36 win to the
Elma was played next in a non-conference tilt. Fife gained a victory over the Eagles by 24 to 22. But at
Orting, the roof fell in. Fife lost by a doubled score of 42-21. Then Fife played their neighbors, the Federal
Way Eagles, and gained the first of the season's two victories over them, 45-39. Their next contest gave Fife
a 55-38 win,
The three top teams-Yelm, Eatonville, and Peninsula-all gained victories over the Trojans. Then
Fife lost a very close game to Orting, 27-23.
In the following week, Fife played a non-conference game with the Clover Park Warriors, who earlier
had won over Fife by 19 points. ln the second game, Fife took the upper hand on the Clover Park maples
and went all out to win for Coach Vinson. Final score, 33-26.
Fife now met the top three teams again and lost to all three. The first was to Yelm, 42-32: next to Eat-
onville, 42-19: then to Peninsula. 45-44. The Trojans led the Seahawks by eight points until the last two
minutes, They outscored the Seahawks in field goals but converted only 6 out of 23 free throws, The Trojans
ended the season with a 47-32 win over the Bethel Braves.
The season ended in a three-Way tie for the first three league teams with Yelm, Eatonville, and Penin-
sula each having lO wins and 2 defeats. Next was Orting. Trojans fifth, Federal Way and Bethel last.
The returning lettermen for 1952 promise to give the Trojans a very good team as only three4San-
ford, Wallace, and Colefgraduate. That leaves seven returning lettermen. All of these have played lots of
ball for the Trojans. They are Bob Kern. Roger Gordon. Don Lake, Dan Ulrich. Ron Nelson, Dick Spencer,
and Howard Wissinger. They will carry the load in the 1952 season but will be strengthened by such players
as Laviola, Hamre, Heilig, Cowles, Rosenow, Ragan, and Pedersen. The sophomore squad will contribute
such good players as Bohren, Aldridge, Johnson, Murray, and Harrison, and the junior high squad should
advance intact to furnish a large squad for 1952. Good luck. Trojans.
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Dec. Fife 38 Bethel .lan Fife Orting
Dec. 12 Fife 24 Elma .lan Fife Clover Park
Dec. 15 Fife 21 Orting Jan Fife Federal XVay
Dec. 19 Fife 29 Clover Park Jan. Fife Yelm
Dec. 21 Fife 45 Federal Way Feb Fife llatonville
Dec. 29 Fife 29 Flma Feb Fife Peninsula
Jan. 5 Fife 31 Yelm Feb Fife Bethel
.1an, Fife 32 Eatonville Feb Fife Edgewood
LOWER LEFT: FRONT ROW, left to right: Gene Johnson, Gary Weaver, ,Ellsworth Finlayson, Tommy Kamenzind, Sam Shimizu, Dick Rivenes, Charles Shinn
fmanagerl. SECUND ROW: Albert Cochenette, Victor Coon, Don Clarkson, Leon Rader, Loren Chinn, Gene Mead. UPPER LEFT, FRONT ROW: Gene Brown
Albert Merrill, Robert Peterson, John Reines, Robert Mortenson, Gary Scott, David Nordfors lmanagerl. SECOND ROW: Bill Door, Dave Bornander, Richard
Ambuehl, Erny Bailey, Dick Cole, August Zampardo. LOWER RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Norman Cronquisr, Stewart Carder, Tom Kamenzind, Robert Mitton
David Hall. SECOND ROW: Albert Cochennette, Don Clarkson, Ray Timmons, Charles Shinn, David Nordfors, Lyle Rader fmanagerl. UPPER RIC T
FRONT ROW: Don Rowe, Jack McKeen, Gary Scott, Ronnie Jones, Fred Chittenden. SECOND ROW: Larry johnson, Gaylen Harris, Ronald Forslund Dick
Cole, Spencer Nordfors, Dick Rivenes fmanagerj, LOWER CENTER: jane Andre. CENTER: Coach Norby. UPPER CENTER: Nadine Morgan.
Junior High Sports
Junior high athletics have long been an
active part of the Fife athletic program. One
of their objectives is to discover and develop
young athletes for future participation with
the high school varsity. Incidentally, these
young athletes do like to win their own games,
and they have usually enjoyed staying in the
top half of their league. This year was started
with a group of green but rather tall boys who
were willing to learn and stick to the grind.
Working hard paid off, and the boys well
deserved the winning streak they acquired
which placed them well at the top of their
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
The junior high midget basketball team
started its season beautifully by defeating last
year's champions. Their winning record failed
to continue for long because a few defeats were
taken. But even in losing, they always gave
their opponents quite a bit of trouble and ex-
citement as in an overtime game with Federal
Way and a second overtime period with Mary-
mount. The midgets lacked quite a bit in
height, but that was evened up by a pair of hard
driving guards. They were well able to play
a good brand of ball, but an untimely slump
kept them from securing top place for them-
Fife Federal Way
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JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
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selves in their series of games.
Fife Federal Way
There are five lettermen returning for
Nine men, including one letterman. Ron
Martin, a two year state wrestler and captain,
greeted their highly regarded coach, 1-larry Gust,
a former W. S. C. wrestler.
The season opened with a practice match
with Stadium. The regular season began with
a loss to Stadium, 33-12. The next match was
with Longview at Longview and was a 31-21
loss. Then Stadium took us 31-12, and the
Lincoln Abes followed with the same score.
After a two weeks' rest, Fife came back to scare
Lincoln by a score of 22-26.
Fife was honored by having four wrestlers
-Ron Martin, Dick VanDerschelden, Ells-
worth Finlayson, and Gary Weaver-go to
Pullman for the A.A.W. matches. They did
The following week. the Western Wash-
The 1950 Fife tennis team did not fare too
well as it won but one match. This record was
partly due to the lack of girls turning out for
the sport and the inexperience of the ones play-
ing. Fife played most of its games with the
schools of the Pierce County League except for
two which were played with Puyallup.
Toward the beginning of the season, Fife
held a tennis clinic for all those students in
school who were interested in tennis. Mr. Lyle
Morton, a Tacoma professional' tennis player,
was in charge with a representative from the
University of Washington's tennis team to help
him. They showed us the correct style of the
service and of returning the ball.
ington wrestlers met at Fife for a tournament
between the northern and southern divisions of
the state. The South won over the North,
26-1 1. Ellsworth Finlayson, a freshman, was
the only winner from Fife.
1951, and we hope to have a stronger team
then. The letter winners are Bob Steele, Travis
Wallace, Bob Cook, Richard VanDersche1den,
and Mary Ann Karpack.
UPPER LEFT: Wrestlers. FRONT ROW, left to right: Coach Gust, Ralph Davis, Gary Weaver, Ellsworth Finlayson, Tadashi Kajimura, Bob Kepka fmanagerl
SECOND ROW: Bryan Dalin, Saburo Kusumoto, Don Cowles, Dick VanDerschelden, Ronnie Martin. UPPER RIGHT: Ronnie Martin above, Dick VanDer
schelden below. CENTER LEFT: Tennis. FRONT ROW, left to right: Bob Cook. Mary Ann Karpaclc, Glenda Anderson, Dorothea Lachance. SECOND ROW
Coach Gustafson, Travis Wallace, Bob Steele, Dick VanDerschelden. LOWER LEFT: Mary Ann Karpack. CENTER RIGHT: Bob Steele. LOWER RIGHT
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LOWER GROUP: Track. FRONT ROW, left to right: Dick Spencer, Marvin Rivenes, Ronnie Mettler, Bob Kern, Harley Spencer, Jay
Busch. SECOND ROW: Coarh Taylor, jack Sanford, Bill Coggin, Don Cowles, Jack Kotchkoe, Gene Cole, Dwayne Proff, Jim Robinson,
Marvin Ofstad, Dick McKeen lmanagerj. UPPER GROUP: Baseball. FRONT ROW: Clarence Hamre, john Laviola, Bryan Dalin,
Gordon Anderson, Bill Cole, Howard Wissinger, Pat Turner. SECOND ROW: Merle Roberts, Fred Spencer, Ronnie Martin, Duane Has-
lam, Clifford Case, Bill Funkhouser, Dick Spencer. THIRD ROW: Coach Sorenson, Jim Olson, Bob Pedersen, Ronnie Nelson, Don Lake,
Wally Holmquist, Wayne Griffin, Odell Wallace lmariagerl.
Fife high school won five and lost two to share the 1950 baseball championship with Yelm and Penin
The following seniors played their last high school game: Fred Spencer, Wally Holmquist, Merle Rob
erts, Wayne Griffin and Bill Schlumpf.
Coach H. W. Sorenson will have the following lettermen to build his team around this year: Ron Martin
John Laviola, Clarence I-lamre, Ron Nelson, and Gordon Anderson.
League games and batteries follow:
Battery: F. Spencer, Martin
Roy: D. Ketter, L. Swick
Battery: F. Spencer, Martin
Eatonvillez Jacobsen, Guidi
Yelm 1 1
Battery: F. Spencer, Martin
Federal Way 6
Battery: F. Spencer, Olson CZQ, Martin
Federal Way: Danials, Colby
Battery: Wissinger. Olson, Martin
Orting: Laws, Cope
Battery: F. Spencer, Martin
Peninsula: Orser, Miller
Battery: F. Spencer, Martin
Kapowsin: Casperson, Miles
In the 1950 track season, with six returning lettermen, Fife placed in almost every event in each three
way meet. Coach Murray Taylor's cindermen fared well in that they had about fourteen men out. Early in
the year, it looked as though Fife would take the Pierce County championship for the seventh time in a row
Due to our lack of tracksters, Eatonville won its first championship in track. The scores were Eatonville 56174
Federal Way 47374, Fife 40172, Kapowsin 8, Peninsula 1172 points.
In the sub-district track meet at Bothel, the first two in each event went to the district meet at l-lighline
Bob Kern went for Fife in the 440.
The 1951 returning lettermen are Busch, Kern, Cole, Proff, Sanford, D. Spencer, Mettler, and Davis.
'AShow me the way to go home" was a favorite song on the first night after turnout. The enthusiasm of
the girls who turned out seemed to please the new adviser, Mrs. Anderson.
Each girl must participate in after-school sports for two years for a minor on her plaque and three
years for a major. Any girl participating must be passing in at least three subjects and must turn out regu-
larly for three out of four sports offered, besides ten hours of tennis or thirty-five miles of hiking.
First on the agenda came volleyball. The girls voted for captains of six teams, then the captains chose
teams for an inter-class play-off for a championship. Teams' names were Sockers, Sluggers, Thunderbolts,
Knotty Netters, Boats, and Tornadoes. Each team played each other team twice. The winning team was the
With new captains and new teams, the girls started on their basketball hoop-go-round. Amid many a
call of "foul," the referee tried to call a fair game. Evone LaQua's team won this event.
The grunt and groan session came next. The girls had a hard time learning to stand on their heads, do
egg rolls, and make pyramids. But after many a sore and aching muscle, the girls accomplished the art.
When the field had dried enough, the girls started playing baseball. True to custom, the umpire was
the underdog of every game. Even so, the sport proved quite enjoyable to all. Tennis was started, too, with
dry weather. Many excellent tennis forms were shown during the turnouts.
UPPER LEFT: Winning basketball. FRONT ROW, left to right: Diane Holt, Evone LaQua, Virginia Askew, SECOND ROW: Sharon
Kelley, Ardene Sestan. CENTER LEFT: Mrs. Anderson, director. LOWER LEFT: Winning volleyball. FRONT ROW: Delma Sestan,
Maureen Smith, Evone LaQua. SECOND ROW: Carol Jones, Jane Buchanan, Marion Rose. Irene Stark, Virtorine Boitano. UPPER
RIGHT: Tumbling, FRONT ROW: Beverly Torgerson, Maureen Smith, Marjie Holmquist, Sharon Morgan, Barbara Fox, Barbara Mar-
zano. SECOND ROW: Carol Jones, Sharon johnson, Barbara Kelley, Marion Stalder, Caryl Mansfield, Mary Bisig, Delma Sestan,
Delores Russell. TOP ROW: Beverly Rowan, Lucille Ofstad. CENTER: Maureen Smith, senior inspirational award winner. CENTER
RIGHT: Baseball. FRONT ROW: Winnie Mitton, Marcia Gordon, Marcia Holm, Janet Steiger, Maxine Cox, Joyce Pedersen. SEC-
OND ROW: Marilyn Fox, Carol Odegard, Muriel Hall, Margaret Ambuehl, Jean Baker, Darris Ann Foien, Rhoda Britt, Judy Johnson.
LOWER RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Inez Isaksen, Kathleen Leighton, Dorothea Lachance, Nadine Morgan, Janet Giessel, Jeanne Petoralc.
SECOND ROW: Elsie Yotsuuye, Jane Andre, Diana Steigers, Marion Rose, ,lane Buchanan, Wanda Fredericlcsen.
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WE THANK YOU
ALLEN- MANUFACTURING CO.
ALLEN PRINTING CO.
BEVINGTON'S TRIPLE XXX
BILL'S BARBER SHOP
BROWN AND HALEY
BUCK AND SONS
C. S. BARLOW ci SONS
DICK IOHNSONS GARAGE
DUDLEY STAIR AGENCY
EARL REES ELECTRIC SERVICE
FIFE BARBER SHOP
FIFE BUILDERS' SUPPLY
FIFE DRUG STORE
FIFE KRUG STUDIO
FIFE MOBIL SERVICE
GENE'S FINE FOODS
GOLDEN RULE MOTEL
IACK'S TEXACO SERVICE
IENSEN FUEL CO.
IIM FOSTER REALTY
I. ci O. MOTEL
KEPKA'S CORNER GROCERY
KRAUS MOTOR COMPANY
LOWMAN ci I-IANFORD OF TACOMA
MAXWELL PETROLEUM COMPANY
McDOWELL BUILDING SUPPLY
MILTON FOOD CENTER
MILTON SNACK BAR
MURREY, O. L.
MURTOUGH SUPPLY CO.
PAUL LENTI'S, IEWELER
PICK QUICK DRIVE IN
RAY ERICKSON, HEATING AND PLUMBING
SMITH, HARRY V.
SMITTY'S DRIVE IN
TACOMA VETERINARY HOSPITAL
TED'S RICHFIELD SERVICE
TIDE WATER ASSOCIATED OIL CO
VALLEY PACKING CO.
WESTERN 'TRACTOR CO.
A cheerful Red Cross Nurse's Aide, on duty at a children's clinic,
reaches for a grinning youngster to prepare him for examination.
Under a new Red Cross training program, aides are being made
available for public health work outside of hospitals.
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Lowman K Hanford Co.
of Tacoma - Since 1882
One . . . of a State-wide Organization
PRINTERS . . . LITHOGRAPHERS
ENGRAVERS . . . STATIONERS
7 I fi PACIFIC AVENUE TACOMA
Successors to Allstrurn Stationery CS- Printing Co,
Congratulations to the Class of 'SI
OOD PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS
Hair Cutting Our Specialty
Lots of Parking
POOL AND SOFT DRINKS
Class of '5l
. . . . Andre's Market:
Congratulations to the Class of '51
QQ IQELLEY MOTEL QQ
MANY FINE CABINS
Mr. and Mrs. Kelley, Props.
Half Mile East of Tacoma on Hiway 99
Congratulations to the Class
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Mayberry Motor Parts
750 Broadway BR 1191
BROWN SI HALEY
Makers of ALMOND ROCA
MA 0146 TACOMA, WASH.
EXPERT, COURTEOUS SERVICE
TWO BARBERS TO SERVE YOU
FLOYD LEMON, Prop.
HOME or QUALITY SWEATEIIS Ioofyo VIRGIN WooL
TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEASURE
- KNIT WITH CARE EOR LASTING WEAR -
737 St. Helens
929 Commerce Tacoma, Wash.
CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE
CLASS OF '51
WOOD - COAL
STOVE 6. DIESEL OIL
G. ANDERSON FUEL CO.
SNAPPY, SPEEDY SERVICE
CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS
PAUL FINEST QUALITY
LENTPS . .
JEWELRY DIRECT FROM FARM TO YOU
MILTON FOOD CENTER WA asus Fife, wash
1624 PUYALLUP AVE. fAcross Bridgel
TEXACO HEATING OILS
ALL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
Television Headquarters: RCA - WESTINGHOUSE - PHILCO
WA 8503 WA 8761
F IF E BUILDERS SUPPLY WA 7933
OLD PIPE SQUARE k t t
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WA 8725 Bill Hermes - lack Schlumpt A Rt 2 Box 97 Tacoma Wash
GEORGE SCOFIELD CO., INC.
QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS
Tru Mix Concrete Plaster
Carey Shingles Rock Lath
Sand 6. Gravel Metal Lath
Drain Tile Sewer Pipe
1543 DOCK ST. TACOMA BR 4221
Home of tl1e Original Deluxe Hamburger
Specializes in Full Course Dinners
At Reasonable Rates
- SERVICE IN YOUR CAR -
Groceries - Meats - Vegetables
Soft Drinks - Ice Cream
924 Puyallup Avenue
Week Days 9-7 Sundays 10-4 HAMBURGERS
OCKEY DULIN ' ROYAL HASLAM BARBECUED
Complete Insurance Protection JE
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PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
F IFE CLEANERS
FIFE SQUARE WA 8016
Fife Rexall Drug Store
DRUG FOUNTAIN SERVICE
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We are proud of our grads
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Phone WA 8541 Home Phone: WA 8768 y rs that 211'C ahead.
FIFE VALLEY MOTORS
Complete Automotive Service
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
Authorized AAA Station Road Service
NEW LOCATION - FRONT OF EIFE THEATER
Alex Hergert, Owner
HOME INSURANCE and REALTY AGENCY
FIRE and AUTO
PERRY I. REITER
COMPLIMENTS TO CLASS OF 1951
DUDLEY D. STAIR AGENCY
ALL LINES OF INSURANCE
DUDLEY D. STAIR BRADLEY B. BANNON
GEORGE R. GILBERT SAMUEL W. HARRIS
917 RUST BUILDING
ETHEUS GIFI' SHOP
Distinctive Gifts - Antiques
YOU'LL LOVE THIS HHOMEYH SHOP
Poodle Dog Building, Highway 99
File, Wash. Phone WA 7523
Dick Johnsonis Garage
DAY 6 NIGHT WRECKER SERVICE
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Phone WA 8504
GENE'S FINE FOOD
Open 365 Days a Year -
9:00 A. M. - 9:00 P. M.
Wholesale and Retail
GOLDEN RULE MOTEL
On U. S. 99. 3 Miles North oi City Limits
MR. ci MRS. FORSLAND, Props.
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Pick Quick Drive In
BURGERS 6. HOT DOGS
NEXT TO FIF E DRIVE IN THEATER
Garage and Service
TIRES G BATTERIES
MILK :S CREAM
Pasturized and Homogenized
ACCESSORIES A 67 1 35,
352 -Q FRANK SPEAR
I lu ' qi Managers WA 8644
"" WA 8541 VALENTINE L, AMBUEHLL TACOMA
TACOMA PLEATING WORKS
Distinctive Chenille Award Letters
Pennants Emblems Banners
Embroidered Organization Plaques Monograms
1119 Commerce Street Tacoma MA 6370
Washington Sport Shop
WE GUARANTEE YOU THE LOWEST
,?gQ1L PRICES ON BEST QUALITY
' 174 Inlinn ' COAL 6. FUEL OIL
1- --N-ff IN TOWN
Everything for Every Sport
CLOTHES - EQUIPMENT
918-20 Pacific Ave. Tacoma BR 1136
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Congratulations to the class of '51
Wholesale Meat Packers
Heating and Plumbing
WA 8655 MOHR BRAND
1-IAMS BACON LARD PUYALLUP
At the Sign of tl1e Flying Red Horse
M O B I L O I L
At the Sign of the Flying Red Horse
J im Foster Realty and Insurance Agency
FROM CLASS OF '37
A COMPLETE REAL ESTATE 6 INSURANCE SERVICE
WA 7316 MILTON, WASH. BE SURE-INSURE
THE STATIONERS, INC.
COMPLETE OFFICE 5. scHoo1. OUTFITTERS
926 PACIFIC 925-27 COMMERCE ST.
KRAUS SELLS AROUND THE WORLD
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ALL METAL STATION WAGONS
Q X EARM EQUIPMENT
Q E2 FIRE TRUCKS
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KRA US MOTOR COMPANY
BR 5177 1215 A Street, Tacoma, Wash. Max A. Kraus
An Old Director FIFE
WISIIES TO EXTEND MOBIL SERVICE
HIS SINCERE Northeast Corner Fife Square
APPRECIATION MOBILGAS MOBILOIL
ACCOMRLISLIMENTS LLOYD ANDRUS
OP THE WE CARE FOR YOUR CAR
FOR THEIR MAGNTFICENT
IMPRQVEMENT GROCERIES - MEATS
IOS. S. ALLEN EDGEWOOD
ALLEN MANUFACTURING CO EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO
2928 South M St. Tacoma THE CLASS OF '51
Fife Corner Grocery
FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS
MILTON SNACK BAR
Delicious Burgers and Shakes
Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner
OPEN 5 A. M. - 3 A. M.
THESE TOP QUALITY BEVERAGES
if MISSION ORANGE
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CAMMARAN O BROS.
Jack's Texaco Service
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EasLx Side of Puyallup Bridge on Highway 99
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OLD PIPE SQUARE Ru hflem
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TWO BARBERS- TED RRESCH, Prop.
Bill Williams PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
and WA 8560 Edgewood
Harry Ball Hillman Agency and Rototiller Parts
LELLPS GROCERY J. X O. MOTEL
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
FINE FOODS ,
CLASS OF 51
MEATS - PRODUCE ul 01jf""" i"M"' " fm.,
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Congratulations to the Class of 1951
We wish to take this
opportunity to thank you for
your kind support in helping
us to fashion the portraits
for this annual.
KRUG STUDIO FIFE
SPENCER CONCRETE PIPE CO.
READY MIX DRAIN TILE
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Dr. C. J. Busch
909 Pacific Avenue
94510: BRQADWAY Tacoma. Washington
Flower Telephone: BR 3277
FIRE INSURANCE - AUTO INSURANCE
SAFETY BONDS -
ACCIDENT 6, HEALTH INSURANCE
All Types of Casualty Insurance
L. F. SAUNDERS
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