Friday Harbor High School - Harbor Light Yearbook (Friday Harbor, WA)

 - Class of 1953

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V Q 3 w,'N' SQ ,Wt 4' ' E 1-A A 5 4 Hu . 5, +I 1 aw Kp ' 1 K QQ, fw .t -A Y . .5414 wif. f f 4.1 l Q q.. :W '1' "NW 4,1 ui "-V. K5 .'?, .",l3 YA I-' .H f ., x. A , 1, .. r , E n'- 'ag' , v x ff s ' 5' Hi , 1. "f7,..y- ,-,- df:- V X, X . VQ .If 1 E Q" ,:--Aw.. vw '1 - -. x N ' ,VF L' 7 , fn r ff E :I 51,14 If 2 fi K, We the senlorclass of V753 do gratefulb' dedicate our annual to the men and women ofthe armed servuces who have attended the Frnday Harbor Schools fix ,Sz gg . 4 1 . , i', sei-4. - PM f A ,. 'P .nl z Y V, K Bw an ..-Ni w iii. il, .. 4 ,,-2' if.. Ls ' M1 1 'U ' x f. , ,..,, 1 sf V :'?Yf5f'!jv- f ., .,, 1 in i il '. .,, , 5 '53 f5,!:' 1. gi: V . .N silk . ,, ,, :A if en- ,- Q- - - rniii Tx, Yi ' "Mi r '47 1' :far f i ,. I . a .- , ,. 'lf' , . r. vw-3-Vwxvx . ,Q LAW ' t.',-,1..,, su vilx, . i iff, 1 7' '- .fi A " K N, 1. QT 'Y If . .1 A 5 ,W +1 it ' fs 1 si : 35 . U 1: ., . : 1. Hi? E9 A 1 ,,. 5 . I - ' -'ZW' 1 5? 1 LA, iq 5. wil ' 44 lf ' A ' 1 J r -J "" ' '. .2'v 'J' ' ' F.. ::fa: 5" ,, CV? g, . ,:. 5 . , -,Sq QV ,. , S! -5. tw...-.i Q 1 I., ,L :Q :v 7' ? 1- V - --fc N 11, N 1 R12 fr- . ji lgjfz 55' '..,, '-'ig-Q 2 if .- . ,QLT-QA Q' 1 'lub 'Tx' n -n1........,, DLROL now: Workman, Tuck, Bennett, Gresli, King, Johnson, Hammond, Boe SECOND ROW: Jensen, Phifer, Lowe, Roberts, Ulleriok, Nash, Schlag Chevalier Class motto: TODAY wE SAIL, wHERE WILL WE ANCHOR Class colors: BLUE AND SILVER Class flower: ROSES CLASS oFF1cERs Vice-Presidant..,......,......Cora Bennett Seo-Treas ' 'CIOCilCOOlOOOlOlOlOlMri-ly-rl Class Advisor..................Mrs. Jensen When the new Junior class returned to school in September they found they had lost three classmates, but they were glad to welcome three new students, John MbDonald, Cora Bennett, and Rolland Carbaugh. Several weeks later Don Lowe and Don Lawr i d y jo ne the class. The first class activity was a Ujean daucen given in the gym, on November 18th. The proceeds were added to the funds for use nest year. Class rings were ordered in November, after much discussion as to the design. Late in January the anxiously awaited rings arrived. The class gave one of the nhmst dances of the year on St.Patriok's day, the Shamrock Hop. The main event of the year, the Junior-Senior Banquet, was given on the Zlst of April. The Prom was held afterward in the gym which was beautifully decorated by the Juniors. This year for the first time the Jr. class took over the editing of the Harb L ' ' or ight. This experience will help the class in their work next year. Thus ended the school year and, although we will miss the gradu- ating Seniors we are looking forward to returning next year as the Senior Class of 1951. ,.v,. .,,, 1 . z.. V+ 1 5. - 1 Kr 5, .qi -Lu- lm' H . .X -. .y ' . : 1. u. A.. X -5. .., L ZW MQ 1 I 1 'M' !ia. .4ff 11, X ff ! V1'1b5,'f iff 3 ' n ' x . 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Hannah Mrs. Jeanette Coghlan Mrs. Harriett Judge Mrs. Minnierme Ringler Mr. Howard Carter- ------- Custodian STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Lois Hammond ---------- President Jim Erickson -------- Vice President Joyce Anderson- - - - - - - - - Secretary Darlene Workman- ----- Treasurer Tonmv Thompson- ------- Fire Warden A 351' ,, T l 2 9 Q FFQM 172 5, 1 E ag 'Bi f ,nv F3 3.3 ' 4 QR .bw 1, '..l ' jafllky Front Row, Left to Right, Hr. .Thons Hall, Hr. Edgar Hannah, Hr. Warren Hill, Hr. lelson B. Levis Back Row, Left to Rights Hrs. Minniemae Ringler, Hrs. Jeanette Coghlan, Hrs. Harriet Judge, Mr. Wayne A. Brnbacher Hrs. Hinniene Ringler, Boys' Cooking Class, Girls P. E.. Home Relations, Hole Ec I, Home Ee II, and SOC1010Qe Hrs. Jeanette Coghhn, Latin I and II, Publications, mglish I, English IV, Library, and Washington State History. Hrs. Harriet Judge, English II, English III, and Chorus. Hr. Wane A. Brubacher, Superintendent, Algebra II, and Solid G00lB'l'.1'Ie Hr. Thomas Hell, Art, Chemistry, and Physics, Grade teacher in the morning. Hr. Edgar Hannah, Algebra I, Mechanical Drawing, 9th and 10th Shop, Biolog, and General Science. Hr. Warren Hill, Coach, P. E. Classes, 9th and 10th, 11th and 12th, Business Hath, World History, U. S. History, and Plane Geometry. Hr. Nelson B. Lewis, Principal, Typing I, Bookkeeping, Agricul- hr: fn, ? 5 5 A Hx wl's:-1.3, ,f 1 , V. mf . T., , ,PL Y x 1 ,Hg v fr '- 3,35-M . 'V..: f 1 9, I V 1 A .!y"Qf": S? affix "TQ-, "5 93213: ,.,. Eff?fe.21: 1157, le:Q+?i'mL-21355 . ,m5:1a faga"f51'sA ' U r'1'-kffiif Hi? 5-55,53-:b ra . 2 z.-1 , 3 I -1' ,H'C'C T ,....,,,. 2 4 1 ' ffl! ' , . af, wb: . 7 L ::4,lj, :. . V Llvigfe-1, 'Jimi'-'. my 'v., f 1. .:Lf5,.g1 1 ,pisff if,1' 35 Pfffi1T1i?'41- ' ff 1 1' k I N if vl . ,5 wh 1 . I A ,. ,, - '-Heli? f' I . " 'A my 3 7 1. .. rbi - - Av.,l!,iK. Fil' .gg . , 45. -1-,.f. . 751 L ' -,rl .HT J V: 'viii inf "NSE . 'Ls 54 fl ,u ,1 fr-'f 'L 'ELM W! 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Lewis--born July 6, 1918 Senior Class Advisor Barbara Thompson--born Missoula, Montana, June 6, 1935s Girls' Club President Senior year, Co-editor Annual, Senior Play, 2 years Harbor Light, Girls' State Jmmior year, Leaders' Con- ference Junior Year, 3 years Chorus, 1 year Band, Girls' Club Secretary Sophomore year, Freshman Class vice President, Sophomore and Senior Class Secretary, Cheerleader Senior y831'e "A sweet disposition is the very soul of success." Terry Jackson--born Fridav Harbor, Washington, July ln, 1931, . Senior Class President, ln years E Basketball, Co-captain Senior !ear,Senior Play, Associate Editor Harbor Light Junior year, 1 year Tennis, Ammal, Freshman and Junior Class Treasurer. y "Achievement is IU mark." f f X .311 1-pfffiiflyf-L . 314- ' ef' ,j,. R 'Q-3.-.if -, 4!-': J., :nf v iff! jj - ,VV lm, - - :rf TQ, G- L ry ' H235 -gif wx A 2g.- J.- ' ,MAE , .i . , fx ' .5 ,xc '. .W Y ,.:l.q 1"i,' iw Alix? w - T 2: 1:.z, , , .ff ,f'n. -mf ..f.. ff, , 1 ., :gif V, V-. 5 1.1. A-'27 A ev, ' - , ,. '51, .. A. Y x' X . Pf.1f', , ug, .11-1, .,. 151 -Ni! ah. I 7 X . .., r . Lawn Www Nancy Nash-born Friday Harbor, Washington, April 16, 19314. Senior Class Treasurer, 3 years Band, 2 years Chorus, 1 year Harbor Light, Ann- ual, Senior Play. "I do betray :urself with blushing." ketball, Co-captain Senior year, 3 years Tennis, Jim Erickson--born Everett, Washington, Dec- ember 21, 1933. Sophomore and Senior Class Vice President, Student Body Vice President, Boys' Club President Senior Year, lg years Bas- Annual, 1 year Harbor Light, Stage Hand Senior Pwe 4 "The only wear to have a friend 29' -P ',f.24,r1'XZ is to be one." Q ,of 471 Lois Hammond--born Creston, washington, October 31, 1935. Student Bodv President Senior Year, Co-editor of Annual, Senior Play, Girls' State Junior Year, Leaders Conference Junior Year, Cheerleader Sophomore and Junior Years, Vice President Girls' Club Junior Year, Vice Pres- ident Student Body Junior Year, Harbor Light Editor Junior Year, 2 years Harbor Light, 2 years Chorus, Sophomore Class President, Major- ette Freshman Year. ., "A girl of much esteem and JI 'p truly a worth friend." 1 X , P Q , , ' X J ,. 'C 0? 1 . 1 y ' ! ,f " N , .1 n' f 'J ,yi , 7 V n111'Er1oks --born E-rerett, Washington, June 274, 1935. Stage Hand Senior Play, Annual, 1 year Harbor Light, Sophomore Class Treasurer, la years Basketball. "He is a friend to everyone." cv- Q, 'Q , ii 'wr- ii E Fx' -ali 'I F- Qi iz: . H Q' A . Q5 yi , za ?"'.i .:" V 1- CQ, ,- ,. V A a 4,4 61:1 32 R 5 I 'fa Etta Mae Tuck--born Fridqr Harbor, Washington, October 7, 1935. Transfer Aldine High School Houston, Texas. 1 year Chorus, Senior P1833 Annual, Songleader Senior Year. 'To be merry - best becomes her." Kenneth Ramage--born San Luis Obispo, California January 8, 1935. Annual, 1 year Harbor Light , Junior Class Vice President, Senior Play. "What he undertook to do ,.he did." P Joyce Anderson--born Bellingham, Washington, July 31, 1935. Student Body Secretary Senior year, Business Manager of Annual, Business Han- ager of Senior Play, 2 years Harbor Light, 3 years Chorus, Freshman Class Secretary. "She speaks, behaves, and acts just as she ought to." 97,12 Jack Ringler--born Friday Harbor, Washington June 13, 1935. Annual, 1 year Harbor Light, 3 years Basketball, Senior Plav, Boys' Club Sec retary Senior year, 3 years Tennis, ZQ years Band. . -I 42 V "Well done is better than well said." 2-4 yy , T33 .lx A i -52' , ' 1l5'r'- .-.,5,r1'E 'fisi' ' j','i.L! 5 ,-fi 4413? - if-'C a. A, mm, .M 3113" .ffl Y -' i rv lp, .11 Darlene Workman-born Friday Harbor, Washington .mu 17, 1935. student Body Treasurer Senior year, Senior Plq, Annual, 1 year Harbor Light, 2 years Chorus, Junior Class Secretary. 'Like most small parcel she is precious." OC, 61 ZW f Cer Waner--born Caldwell, o c er 19, 19311. Transfer White River High School. Sen- ior Play, Annual, 1 year Basketball, 1 year Har- bor Light. "A joke, a laugh and a good time." .eager ,Wo an 4 C, frat? Rawl en Davis--born Friday Harbor, Washington, April 23, 1935. Activity Editor Annual, Song Leader Senior year, Senior Play, Girls' State W Vw W Junior year, Leaders Conference Sophomore year, 3 years Chorus, 1 year Harbor Light, 1 year ma jorette Freshman Year. fir!! EAM Clarence Youngberg-f-Duluth, Minnesota, August 17, 1935. Assistant Director Senior Play, 1 year Harbor Light, Annual, 3 years Band, 2 years Basketball. "He seeketh diligently after knowledge." 'She hath a sweet and merry voice." -221' A I "u1iZV' 'i ,z ' X . ,y . 1 HJ rx , 5 " 'sf Z Wig W 1 L 2.5 1 X 1 . , 4 1, e X' , , 19? ., - 4 . W' 4 -41- if F FE N' . .rv ' 1" Z: . 3,51 , Q Y ..-. Tj. ggi- .,x.- A-, if . 2 ir' .LJ 1 ':,3i,. ' .-.. Ln ge f. g .fin-t 2 , , . - i ik' .'--L! .vu-K" ,L wig- . . 1-'11 fini ,.: 1 '1:fg,,., gs- , , Gloria Olson--born Duluth, Minnesota, MU 13, 1935. Senior Play Make-up and Announcer, 1 yggr Harbor Light, Annual, 2 years Chorus, 3 years Band. "I laugh, for hope has a happy place with me." 1, 'JE' Santos Pantoja-born Costa Mese, California, March 26, 19314. Senior Play Announcer, 1 year Harbor Light, Annual, 2 years Basketball, Boys' State Junior Year, Junior Class President, Boy of Basketball Season 1951-52. "A quiet worker always on the job." an-A fl-'aj news we Charlotte Carter--born Friday Harbor, Washington, August lh, 19314. senior Pm, Annual, 3 years Band, 2 years Harbor Light, Girl of Basketball Season 1951-52. "She's little, but oh nv!" Elwyn McKay-born Fridqr Harbor, Washington, March 23, 19311. 1 year Harbor Light, Annual, Senior Play Stage Hand, "It is the quiet people who are becoming." 's v af gf 'z Q 4 J 1 A i J, . . , ,K . fe ,, .5 .L- -4:. vii :4f.zf?i -- N .,.1 . ' . YF .Q .f'?.2' ,. 'T i 'Vgl ' . 14- . ..-31: ,min -':4'!. ' Z., - vg, - IP . fffh' . 5355 .qw-Q 'di Frv- YEL 61,66 08l'l'l We soon will leave this dear old school, And things we'l1 always love-- To face a very troubled world With help from God above. Z1 In thinking back to years gone by A ff: Of things we've said and done, 5 5 We see the progress :Ln our work -'2--f"r And also see our fun. CB Terry was class president, 0 Ana did what he thought right. Q39 When Clarence told a corny joke, ,WF Wsfd laugh to be polite. f J, Jul' ffxxt'-A' Charlotte loved an argument, 'gg But Kenneth liked one too. Qty 1 ' Nancy kept the class books straight JI It l As treasurers try and do. A 'Y mn was quite the halts' mn, J: 1 i..-3 He made the women swoon, Rawleen liked music very much 5 And sang most aw tune. vi' Jerry and Jack played basketball :E And Joyce says 'Number please"8 ,g 9 -. A " A c1aP of thunder through the halls Was only Barbara's sneeze. Elwyn had the cutest blush, And Gloria seemed so gay, The hottest temper in the school Was that of Etta Mae. santos liked the girls alot, 'M' For which he was well known, But when the teacher gave a test Jim was the first to groan. Darlene and Lois were two sweet girls ' Fx' '- Admired by the rest.- Our little group of classxmtes was-- Composed of all the best. The time has come to end this poem. We leave behind one plea, That when we're gone you won't forget 'rue cuss OF '53 by Clarence Ioungberg ' a f ls FQIZL Qu, W x ,.-' N ' w W Y 9 I 2 i ,.. i ., 4A . w 1 4 1 . N +I E a-5 .-1 411 I 4 1 Li 1 4 i Z W .Er 1- , 1 1 ', H 2 .QIWT ' v my nw- I f -722,24 1. V 'L' :f ,"r"tE'5 '7 K 4 + ' 'f , I . , 11, E ,,,, uc 4 ' ' 1. , 1 . .ig rv .L Y ' 'QED' I!a3'!1?'5ei'1 3'1" :ls eff. --J.h1,.:.d-MEAL , .Il -I Cfarid 52119 We are the seniors of fifty-three. You look around and you will agree. Our class is smell, but is the best Of my place in the east or west. Some jealous people say we act smart. They knew thsy're wrong down deep in their heart. Now all together give three cheers For the class of fifty-three. Rah Rah Rah We're never in trouble 'cause we behave, Thoughtful of others , also are brave. Ws're loyal, helpful, and are kind, ,gp better friend you'll never, find. fwe do not brag and we never lie, We all are honest and that is why It's natural that you envy us, The outstanding senior class. Rah Rah Rah l We are well mnnered, always polite, Speaking of breinwork our group is bright. We excel in hulor too, ' There :Lsn't anything we ce.n't do. When we are gone and leave you to weep, !ou'll feel so bed you won't get te sleep. You'11 wish we were back, safe and sound, The seniors of fifty-three Rah Rah Rah cb M SQGUS Er' our me Anal Adio ' Frida Aqa.f'60" - Phonc 705' -.-was gxkianslfqigz P " ' 4 4 V 1 EL: 2:5 I x lg? 1.5,-E I, r"11-. ':-11 :-M 221. 1'-I,:kX .. ' ,s W NI' , .ff 332 ,. 3- 1 z P 1 1 'P 4. fi - A 'lr 5 fi T Q 4 r. .WY T 5' E xi ,ali ' ' il T573 'V 3' Eg ,n H .f s-X 5. ,-.f 1. .4 6,-I' , 1: Q .tg .. , .,- J4. ' . 12 -E -. 1, 3? 2.5-5 r . . . - , .. .. Mr ' 1 sf, .4 . an :.. ww Q- 1 -' zfmxgf.-V . 'A ' 4 H if -, ,' I 1 I 1 o -u ' . . 4 - '- ' Y... I fax. Y l v r 11, :J x 114 1 ,--.1 N., ,lm 4. -Zur.. 1- M 1 1 . . ..4"' J .- -1 I Q 53-.3 ll . 1. . . I 1 I A , 9 . 'gy ...L -t , i , -1'E2Q'5v.i gi, 1. .-.ng .1 - ,. '. x. I .Al G . L--fsfi, ,-AQ :C if .1 n , uknfx L , w 'QU' x - 1' -vm B wk ,Mi .L . 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The class roll for our firstyear read as follows: Ronald Bosse Elwyn McKay Robin Christos John Dimond Edward Day Donald Daily Bill Erickson Joyce Anderson Gary Jakle Pat Bryant Charles Johnson Rawleen Davis Jay King Nellie Lightheart Bill Landahl Muriel Scott John Martin Etta Mae Tuck Jack Ringler Kressenz Wopperer Jack Withers Ronald Workman Darlene Workman Mary Hale Bill Erickson got the only "lO0" in our first spelling test. He has wished that he could do it again ever since. Joyce had an operation that she tried awfully hard to show off. Then Mary got into the act, and that year was a gay one to start off on. .2nd Grade This year we embarked on the never-ceasing struggle to try to write. B7 nowgwe were big kids and could say the alphabet by heart. Ogg-.Q class was con- stantly changing, having lost Robin, Edward, and Muriel, and leaving John Martin and Nellie Lightheart behind. Terry Jackson, our never-ceasing lover boy, joined us this year to make up our losses. Mrs. Anderson was our hope- less teacher. 3rd Grade Our grade was split up this year beween Mrs. Cary and Mrs. Harklewood as teachers. We were minus three more of our classmates by the end of this year, the hopeless ones being John Dimond, Gary Jakle, and Jack Withers. We gained two stout members this year, Jim Erickson and Charlotte Carter. We now embarked on our search for knowledge really in earnest. lxth Grade This year, thelhal halljoyful faces of Hrs. Cary and Mrs. Landahl greeted us each icneeimi morning. We had left nobocb behind, so, our ranks were intact. With Lois Joining us in the spring from Lopez, our first ro- mance blossomed with Terry presenting a ring to her. That one sure lasted! Others gained were Jim Witthouer, Carlyn Culver, and Jacquelyn Nelson. Sth Grade We began to wonder what attraction we had for teachers, having Mrs. Cazy for the third year and Mrs. Landahl for the second. Ronald Bosse and Pat Bryant moved away this year, but we were richer by Patsy Dantzler and James Mainella. Some excitement was caused when Rawleen conked Char over the head. 'I'hen Char got permission from the teacher to hit Rawleen back. We had Mrs. Ward for a substitute one day and were so "bad" that we had to go apologize afterwards. 4,,,. tw! Vi :L gg?-.1f.'-g.'. . L ,f -P'Z5L.1W11'f".4?-E,l'f,'1 .fjf 17' AI 1315 " .12-.1 'YS -i.-jjff"'1'..-. 1-1 1 vm .. 1 -1- ' '4'-H . '- il . r.-f 1. 11 ..,3,-- y 1. ml 41. -5 : - ' V: -P-.,-1 ,L 11... . cx.1111.-V.-f,,1...,., x 4 1 M wi .- T,-!:...?'1,. um' . ., '-m' 1-.N ti ,,, '53 ,Mm-w - , , .gg .-Q,-fn fi fifi? , . f ,J 1 1. 1-ferr. H.. -1 3.11. g:',,29-1 .3"1.. .fi 1L, J, Qu -,755 1 1 1-3525.92.11 xx.. , . .,-.ssbw-Q: J E 1'.. A :, ,..,,:1t. '51 . a 1,1' Hj 1. I 'A -Q , vi-5 .Qsfffiu ' 1' , -T, , 5 , . . fx -' 1 , I ffl .51 . 11.1 1 7 1 1-1 - ' '12 1 3' -fi "' - 1 ' .,"f' , 1- ir ' K .34 jj.: .. 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'ef' 251 , , 3. 'ia :W 1. : , Ut' .-F: Ei. JA -3 1 Li ,. 1:1 I .L 1 Q 1+ 1 4 16 6th Grade we went to school down at the other end of the hall with the big kids this year, minus Carlyn Culver, Norma Meyer, Jackie Nelson,Donald Daily, and Jim Witthouer. However, we made up for all of them by acquiring Kenneth Ramage on January 8, from Saticoy, California. - Mrs. .Felton made this a year to remember, with our futile stab at har- monica playing and our overwhelming record of caterpillar bands gathered in the annual contest. Bill Erickson was in a bad way this year, never getting out for recess because of punishments for unknown deeds, and getting kicked out of the lunchroom for calling Mrs. Carter's food Wslumgulliunen. Also we worked our heads off the first half of the year in order to lay off com- pletely at Chris mas and construct the most beautiful mosiac window ever seen on the islandg, 7th Grade . Hrs. Sandwith greeted our happy faces this year as we became privileged members of the Junior High School. we had left James Mainella behind, but we had Barbara Thompson and Clarence Youngberg thruse on us for good measure.Our studies weren't much to remember, e cept that Nancy thought hygiene was a disease when she studied it in health class. The boys started their first basketball training under up and coming Coach Hannah. Never-to-beeforgotten was Barbara Thompson's crush on Roger Loring! ' 8th Grade Mrs. Coghlan was our home room teacher this year.Ipis and Barbara start- ed on their cheerleading careers, and several girls were floating in the clouds - they had invitations for the Junior Prom. Then cams that eventful day when three of our class played hooky with the ninth grade and were con- fined to school thereafter. Our biggest project this year was putting out an Easter school paper. 9th Grade we began this year as the big ninth graders in Junior High under Mr. De- Bruler, but we quickly were taken down a few notches when we were moved into High School as Freshmen in October. The rest of the school gave us a picnic one day as initiation. Of course, we won the treasure hunt because we knew what a conifer was. Richard O'Donnell joined us this year and was our class president. Then too, we gave our first dance - The Freshmen Frolic. 10th Grade Our main attraction this year was the great Sophomore Hard Time Dance. The gym was decorated gaily with bales of hay, cornstalks, and wagon wheels. Before we finished,Mrs. Ringler's car was much the worse for wear and alot of school work left undone. However, when it was over, a big success had been registered and we came out with more money than the Seniors. 11th Grade This year our class put out the Harbor Light under the joint editor- ship of Lois and Terryw It was the best ever, of course. During the year we held a Junior Class Dinner at Sutterman's which was our first such get- together. 'we liked it vesy'much. Then too, we started the equipment for the new gym this year, giving a fooddsale and turning the profits over for' 'this worth cause. L... ,. -yur '. 'fi 've,. '-pw .C :J .., . I- ,,,. . ff? 'fr ,, . F - u . 1" 1 -id- ,? xx., .. ,Q L., -.. I n Y 1 + .'A,. in gfii AAA' il aa - Jr?" '- -1: 'X -. . . F ,W w 6, fir ig.. . ,J- M-fa'-.X17 .:." :IA f., ,,.. .. , ,A . 4 . ig.. ina L -- ivy-.exif frbffx ' N i 1 1, , 1 i ' I 1 N 1 1 - ' 5 ,1 rs?- .wr . 1, -3 .1 I , 1 11 .qui U. f,.1Lf..zEG. v . ,-if in LM, .-.1 in .3 "fri-'i Ff- E fr. .I ,, A '. 4. xi- , 1 . , S 1 Q Tj 52. I . - ..,-. k . ,y .- u ... ,VL 9' , ,dy .S Q . Eie T' I -.', ll-4 4 1 yy ., 1, , ,., .Lil ' XV" . ifl.. , YQ' ? P K,-I iff? Ya. I . fir! I V - 9: I .Fri-E :,'YF',fE ' I . Q? f , 1-, 5, 1 ,-33 :mf ' 1.1. - 4 HI:-fi' ' ,W ui. H .2-wr' ra.. - . 11" ., .-4 1 . ' "4'7J'- iii: "--.fx 1 ,. 1 fffi: . Jw' , , L P- ini . .V ' IL. f. , U- LM' -- 'u.. 1 V fi l. b .gb A rf" fuk 5. Q7- 4 12th Grade Now we were high and mighty SENIORS, as this was our last year in school, we left a few things to be remembered by, such as a partially paint- ed bus shed. Other things, such as the garbage can on top of the flag pole and the duck in the hot air pipe, were quickly ordered removed by an unsym- pathetic faculty. Also, Mr. Brubacher will long remember that the new build- ing is painted green, with our middle-of-the-night phone call informing him of it. we started the year off right by initiating the Freshmen in the form of a hayride in their honor. we took them down to the shipyard, where we roast- ed wieners and then proceeded toinitiatethe newcomers to our school. It will be testified that they are now duly initiated into High School. On the night of the Halloween dance, we celebrated the beginning of basketball with a dinner in Jackson's basement. Three senior boys, Terry, Jim, and Jack, missed the dinner, having worked in the cannery till 10 0'clock that night. Our Senior Play, The Inner Willy, was the best, of course. Our long nights of practice gave man opportunities for fun and pranks, and then when we started making a stage two days before the play and didn't know our parts yet, we began to wonder if there would be a play. But we came through, and were acting like professionals by the last night, except that Inner Willy got awfully tired of cucumbers. Then too, one player broke her teeth the night before the play, but the dentist came through. we gave a matinee and two night performances. The first night Mrs. Ringler invited us to her house for refreshments after the play,and the second night our mothers all got together and gave us a turkey dinner at Jackson's. On January 22, the Freshmen Home Economics class gave us a Senior Break? fast, titled the Senior Future. The decorations and menu were very futuris- tic, with a very good meal served. On February 10, Lois and her family moved into a new house, so we warmed it up for her the next night. The girls made cookies and candy and we all had a very good time. On the week-e d of May ll, we took our Senior Trip. You can read about it elsewhere in the annual, but we all had a very good time. Then came May 28, the eventful day of graduation from High School. we marched up the aisle in the school gym asium and received our diplomas with certain misgivings about leaving school. we had worked hard thru the twelve long years, but we had played hard too, as these pages will illustrate. Now we will go our spearate ways, some to the armed services, some to college, and some to go directly a way. But we can always look happily back on ou:'edr aol days. x nl. u..i.4,K.,- 1. 1 If , ,. A Lug. . 17-il lf fr? :im - , gif-N, T .x..x . fffzi- .- ' x.. .I.,, , 1 : -:i afkff .ff is f-1, + :ah ' H3 33 K -,3x.. I . .LL ri j '- Ld. 'H .-,,, fa. I5 -wr. ,. E , 23' 4--Qi: , p -, , - Q35-fffv , 'l5T"T:I4-Q'3zf7 . 4 A"53Hf1f2A'f'f?f Q-, ,Lf K , -1 4, U l ' xg:-RQ 1' V-uf,'f ' fi' 3 ' I Q7 , is , k 1 . I, if 5, . Q, ,L 11 I Hx' ,, .g ga x 2 'if' 'I '1 a.s'my f gp, . 4-35' ' 'fi 'T 6 'g ,f 1 fx .. .N - W JPH .1 fl .4 .Q T K . .gig aw? N1 ' r 1 ' -fir 4 wg X 1 , Y 4 I gdiviql "",j ' 4 1 ' V Q M - . 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'Aghjg .'f52"':' ,wr- x qs., 4 Q .' nicknam 04 Amgifiond ayin Joyce Anderson Charlotte Carter 'Char' Rawleen Davis 'Rawl' Bill Erickson 'Little Bill' James Erickson ll Jimll Lois Hammond 'Lobo' Terry Jackson 'Terrance' Elwyn Mcligv 'Mike' Nancy Nash Unigli Gloria Olson ngogn Santos Pantoja 'Balboa' Kenneth Ramage 'Kenny' Jack Ringler 'Dink' Barbara Thompson 'Barb' Etta Mae Tuck 'Edgemon' Jerry Waner 'Whitey' Darlene Workman 'Darl' Clarence Ioungberg Hman! Go to Houston and work. Join the W. A. C. Bc a music teacher. Join the service. To be waner's caddy. To have nv named changed. Be a --??? Join the Service Go to College Attend W.W.C.E. Go to the beautiful Guadalupe Islands. Buy this rock!! Be a horse doctor. Go to College Go to College. Plgv professional golf. Be a house wife after attending college. Make money with music. 'Oh W gosh Hinniel' 'The main thing is don't get excited' 'Oh Cornl' 'That's beside the point.' 'A:Ln't that right?' "Well-you know what I IIIBBDQU 'wellll' 'You don't say??' 'Oh beansl' 'Oh no HI' "Take a chance I' 'That's what you think?' "Ia don't say?' 'I don't think that's very nice?' 'Oh shoot I' 'What'd I do now?" 'I don't knowi' 'That' e corny?" 1 L L L. 1. . 5 n .fx , ,H J, Ein gl: L ur., fi t 'EH' ' 4 W "1 X Q 1 1 1 'n iff. 1 ff! 51 if!! ff!! iii Sify Wig -941 wma-ff , -:IT -5 1, if .Q Q11 2 5, 3. ' 4 i 212 Y, 11 Afvlerj 'f 5375 l .WP , eff X' 2 A 4 K 4 r .- ': i H1 ' pf .. .. eq.. .11 . .U 5,-..',7 .Q yr. ., ty 1-,Q ,J ' ' "E ss-2 ','- 'JC Q 1:14, J.-A A. .f v -. .uv N f-. :H .IP Mt '-lv. M50 Ea"- f.--. Q v ,.-. ., ' -4. ,1 1,6 --fy- .fa n 1 .5 i ,, ' L-E 'UK .'fg.Z .lx , .xx .4 Ney' I x . z 2.x 1 r , ,1 iz! .', .. '21 Au., . 5-lv. ' Li: me as - ,2 AC Wy... iff? Sig... -ff 1.1: ' 1-. , , . r 1 .., I , Q. , ,X y .fl A .. is E gf 0: if r' ' 3' V . 5 . .. 31, V. X 6, .L I i .M J , vi i 1 . -:,f',, ,,, ' ' "Tl: 1 1' ,kia i" ' ff? . . If A . ' . 'Eff ,wg g1ga.,1.p?...-,f . .f'!'f.' .eg .L gl ,,.,, ' -f1' 9'1f.5., ' p iiql-fn" A ,QW HF, Q1 fa, - .HU in :Sv LI, .-fl'-ip fi ag- u.,. . . ' '-:1-:.!,"f ' -., gf 4f:"1 Q. ' 45. f,g ' L-, 'Q-1, ,Q-gd Q, , 'WfH "' -'aim if .1 ' 2. 1'-'Qi 53- 'fn E 5 - ""+ f- .Ei . ' 455' A ' ' .A V 92-" 4 -,, -X:-rv,,, ,., -. --5-1.1432 4, ' f 13 1-1-,. .JN Q :A . . 'wt' ' L' .Ha r-'ML' . , 12. in 1Fi'i:?!f!',:gg 'F -' gf? EI' '1 '4'fQ:fF.i 'Lg Q.-'f T2 ' 3-ini, ne and pl"0l0AOCg It was during the winter of 1973 that I dropped over to see Terry Jack- son, my old class mate, to have a friendly evening of general conversation. Terry had taken over his father's business after graduation from college, and had consolidated all of the Puget Sound and Alaska fish canneries into one giant enterprise, known as the Jackson Fish Fry, Inc. In the course of the conversation, he mentioned that he was receiving shipment the next day on a new yacht which has a cruslng speed of 150 knots. Gradually' the talk swung around, until we decided to take a trip around the world and look up our old classmates of '53 with his new 300 foot yacht. As this was his slack season, he could get away. I could leave the S00 acre rabbit ranch, which Jim Erickson and I owned jointly, in his care. He had 'been A1leAmerican at Central Washington for 3 years, and following that had had the distinction of being the only white player on the Globe Trotters basketball team. Following that, Jim and I had teamed up as big time rabbit operators. Darlene Workman and Jim were married now and had those famous Erickson quintuplets, which keep Darlene so busy that she has no time to slime fish at Terry's new 60 million dollar cannery ingFriday Harbor. I had married the former Lois Hammond and she had found her calling as advertising head for our rabbit concern. It seems that people can't resist her ads, and as a consequence, rabbit praising has almost replaced beef cat- tle. She has had mamr offers from large companies, but has 'preferredto use her talents where she is now. ' Terry and I started out on January 3rd, with Bill Erickson and Jerry Waner among those seeing us off. Bill became an engineer after four years in college and specialized in bridges. He was doing fine until one of his brid- ges collapsed, resulting in 200 deaths and six million dollars in damage suits. After that no one would hire him for some reason. Then he used his talents and figured out a formula for splitting cordwood. He now keeps Roche Harbor supplied by himself, his only trouble being to move his equipment fast enough. Jerry turned out to be a smash hit as a comedian in Hollywood, until he had to spend a week-end in a hotel room with some unknown who could top' all his jokes. He got so sick of the whole business that he retired to his first love as golf pro at the five million dollar golf course at San Juan Park. Before Terry and I started out, we stopped in at Clarence Youngbergs Space Port at Mount Vernon for some rocket fuel for our ship. It seems that something went wrong with Clarence's l9h0 Olds, and before he got it back to- gether, he gave up and started the first rocket repair shop. He was with Spike Jones and his Corn Boys for several years,but he finally settled on the Space Port. However he still plays at Seven Cedars in the evenings with his Oim bands we got our fuel from Elwyn McKay, who has the concession with Clarence. Elwyn now is 6'h" and weighs 265 lbs, all solid muscle. His favorite past- im is making firewood with bare hands, and has set several world records as the world's champion weight lifter. Just as we were ready to leave, Santos Pantoja came in with his latest rocket creation. He runs and airplane from Mars. to Earth now, making therun in an advertised time of lb days. He was the first man to get to Mars and discovered a race of primitive people there,which he has converted to tourist businessmen. L A f, Q X .?H1 3. if V , A g 4 A i I I 7? ,f Ag, I .,, f 'r f 1 1 r .f'-if 'Bri 1 Now we have really started out in earnest and are on our way to San Fran- cisco, where we meet Gloria Olson, 'owner of a large chain of grocery stores. She started out as clerk in a grocery store in Seattle, but she rose so fast that she soon owned the store, and went on from there to her present chain of stores. While there, we took a trip to Hollywood, where we met Etta Mae Tuck, who is writing fantastic stunts for the movies. Seems that she had such a knack for doing crazy stunts in high school, that she just followed it up. She wrote her most famous picture for Jerry Waner, which was called, "l80 Days of Slavery", or ny Senior Year in High School. As we went back to our ship, imagine our surprise when we bumped into Kenneth Ramage. He now was the top hotrod driver in the country, and was just passing through on his way to the Mexican Road Race. He told us that he builds all his own hot rods and only three have blown up with him. His late- st creation is a cross between a Model m, a '37 chev, a '53 Olds, and a 1970 rocket ship. Our next little trip was to Washington D. C., where we 'saw Nancy Nash, who had made a career of government work. Her greatest accoirqalishment was breaking up the cold war with Russia in 1965. She has been appointed as am- bassador to Russia and had been in a conference with Premier Malenkov, when she got mad at him and beat him up. Since that the Russians were so scared of the U. S. that they turned over the whole country. While we were there, Joyce Anderson and the former Char Carter came down from New York to see us. We found out that Char had married the butler of the first trilllonare in the world. They were a devoted couple and Char told me that her husband often told her that while the best things may come in small packages, he had gotton a large shipment at once. 170700: we 19431951 had startedout as a telephone operator in Houston, Texas. Shortly afterward, however, she found that she could make much better money as a rlveter :Ln an airplane factory. Then one day she dropped a hot rivet in her work clothes and earned her present name of Hot Garters Gertie. While dancing around, a big producer from Broadwqr happened to come by and signed her up on the spot as a dancer, where she has been ever since. Next we took a little jaunt across the Atlantic to Paris, where we went to Barbara's Beauty Bank. This world-famous beauty salon was run bynme other than our old classxmte Barbara Thompson. She explained to us that young women can come in and store up part of the young beauty for use in later years. Just then she was fixing up Rawleen Davie, another old classmate of ours. Come to find out, Rawleen had opened a Music Conservatory there in Paris after graduating from Western Washington College and spending,seve1-al years at the Metropolitan Opera. So far, Rawleen has turned out five very famous opera stare, sixteen just famous ones, and seven top popular artists. In fact a list of her pupils reads like the music award. Well now that we have seen everybody, and proved that the class of '53 were all famous without exception, and that the world has to acknowledge our sup ariority, we turn back home again to the cannery and the rabbit business. Jack Ringler, Jerry Waner, Santos Pantoja ti , 'wg .E '4 iii, I, ,-.C ,gg 1 'LE 41 QI ' ,435 ' 'Anile W. 5. , ,, 54 ii wr: fi 1' mv I' ,j. f.f, 5, 1' F .gpg if ,Q ui- ' Q, I'-L1 , ' ' 1? -. '1 'fini , ini l v, I '. . f iff' . ,lr wi , gf A I 'Qi . , . . n ,xr NL: .T . ." my L I. .. . "4 .. 4 A gg, , .-,-i . . L5 in 'Mi . YQ?" 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Second, We direct that our class be long remembered and for- ever cherished by the Friday Harbor High School. Third, We direct that our executrix, hereinafter named, as soon as we graduate will have sufficient funds, pay asv of our expenses and our just debts. Fourth, We give and bequeath unto the faculty, we leave our sincere thanks for putting up with us our four years of High S0h001e To Hr. Lewis we leave our ability to put garbage cans on flag poles. To Mr. Brubacher we leave our ability to paint so nicely. To Hr. Hall we leave all the old play books we thumbed through and our 'Inner Willy". To Hrs. Coghlan we leave our ability to read and under- stand Shakespeare and "llacbeth". To Mrs. Ringler we leave all our burnt cookie sheets for next year. To Mrs. Judge we leave am pieces of borrowed music found in our old desks. Te Hr. Hannah we leave all our old tennis rackets. To Hr. Hill we leave our love and spirit for all sports, especially basketball. The Senior girls leave to the Junior girls their peroxide hair and hope they keep on with it. To the Juniors we leave all privileges of being Seniors and having a Senior Play and our paint brushes which are at the bottom of the bay. To the Sophonores we leave our ability to get out of school anytime we wanted to! To this year's Freshmen we leave our ability to get thro- ugh four years of school. To the incoming Freshmen we leave the smell in the vent- ilations and our old admit slips that have been used mam times. C9221 3 n 1 .J , 'qgww .. s--nz 55' Q, W r" O A P. L mf-f,j jfgfggz- - r ,va . , . 11 f ' .L 71 34' Q9 -, -if v ' if t."' 31: ' . " 'J-TJ Y' Z S' , maj- Sh." ' " Vg 'ff Ep . ii .1 ,. ,I 'z' : .61-1 - '- 1 V, 1:-: Uv: .1 I f'73:2i4,kgc3:,?Z, , '1 -,W .19 -1. w y 'Z .1 .F " : 'ik N 1. ' 1. ',.'. Wu 5 .-'r:'.:. C15 1 , -, Eg : 1 dp-gi, ?- ' tffffg-.Qnragg 5 ' EE ' , ' 5 ' fi B3 ,. ' ,.'5,m TQL T -K 'L , ' ' sg " - -Q.-,: 1,-. - 2 , Q . 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A A ,wal gqafgi i if-K 'fx ,W L ' x 2 12. 1-WJ' i 1 Darlene wills her treasury books to axvone who can straighten them out , to Robert Nash her ability to lose her pen, and her dimple to Dawn Bartling. Barbara Thompson leaves her car to Jeannie Johnson, her cheer- leading outfit to Jim Browne, to Ramona, her quiet sneeze, her shortness to Harlene Ramage. Etta Mae leaves to Plwllis Youngberg her flirtatious ways, to Bob Barnes, her long legs, her messy notebook to Mary Ellen and her patience to Roberta Schenk. Jim Erickson leaves his basketball ability to Kenny Nash, his hard subjects to Kendall Gallanger, and his love for "Macbeth" to Rodelle Duffy. Santos wills the wad of gum he left on the left heel of Mr. Hannah! shoe to Ruth Wotton, his ability to go out with different girls for every occasion to Charles Johnson, and the way the car muff- ler falls off to Colin Sandw-ith. Gloria leaves her ability to be l.ate for school every morning to Joe Orasio, to Janice Dougherty her big feet, and her temper to Gloria Larsen. To Barbara Gray, Joyce leaves her cute little giggle, her quiet wave to Patsy Sandwith, and her telephone operating ability to Tommy Thompson. Terry leaves his T-model to Gale Walrod, to Wallace Botsford his bright shirts , his fancy basketball trunks to Jim Guard, and his dancing ability to Donna Dimond. Jack leaves his crew cut to Wayne Ferl, his English ab:LlitytoJ:Ln Capron, his nickname "Dink" to anyone who wants it, and the suit of long underwear from the play to Garreth Jeffers. Elwyn wills his ability to stay out of school when it snows to Stanley Reitan, his quiet disposition to Carol Lee Cahail, and his black hair to Joe Ann Lawson. Clarence leaves his dirty glasses to Doris McKinnon, 20 or 30 lbs. of his weight to Donna Larsen, his poetic ability to Charles And- erson, and his whiskers to Mr. Hall. Nancy leaves her cute blush to Jean Groll, to Alric Tuck her care ful driving, her ability to make it to school one minute before the bell rings to Alice Boyce. Kenny leaves his mischievous ways to Irene Hall, his ability to hold his temper to Alice Davis, his twinkling eyes to Eddie Tuck, and his love for an argument to Jimmy Johnson. asv, E W Wi' , ,fi ws. 15 . Q: Q. ,. .?L K 'Ff jj-,, il- I' It uf Q5 1 , H5 mvw :'M. QM -.-,.,.--N ,, rr, gE:-- M,-fx Ji:gik,,.1 H, .- ,af .1 15,5515 Aqfj 5FEa WJ igww JwL?j4W'if2grQ '.z-? -ga. '-11 4. 111' ' M. :G , ,L Q 1 , 1 .uf Hr, I , V . . -a ' ,QM-fl. A ' Lf' -ji? g , z - , F- A ' 1 : r -1 F11 -z'- , -JMS-vnu fuhf-'.s tmiw ': ' t 2 als,--1' " A J LL.: f .. .335 ff "3 nagggf' Q. .. 1 . sc, v, . . , A ,. ig -ET ,--M , 15? V -v . ' nt?-5-1-4 "3 ' .31 . mg. V., .- W.. " A - --l,,Q1-yu , , -. '31 154 if-,mf M7311 '-T,-9 1 2.5101 f'fF'.F.'5EA- ..,. gQ,'.5'E'f'f1 ?'-i,.1.' !3f L' 5.5 ,,, Fey .595 .V A Y ' E21 13 U41 F'-' ML 'fii L+ u P 511, . 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Bill leaves the wave in his hair to Jack Dimond, the blood-shot eyes that Einar left to Trevor, that Trevor left to Bill, that he now leaves to Jim Rhine, and he leaves his pretty socks to Judy wlnire Jerry leaves his taped up glasses to Nancy Hylton, his ability to get along with the Teachers to Fred Landahl, and his love for orange pep to Helaine Hammond. Charlotte wills her ability to get away from the law to John Soh- lag, her weight to Jil Boyce, and her ability to get aww with fouling in P. E. to Gwen Lawson. LASTLI, We herby nominate, appoint and constitute Hrs. Gogh- lan the Executrix of this our Last Will and Testament, and it is our will, and we hereby direct that no bonds or security of ary nature be required of our said kecutrix as such by am Court, and that no proceedings be had or taken in any Court in the settlement or administration of our belongings, other than such as my be necessary for the proper proving and recording of this our Last Will and Testament, it being our intent and purpose to give, and we do hereby give unto said Erecutrix full power and authority to settle our estate in the xnnner herein provided. This will be executed the day after we graduate. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto set our hand and seal, this 29th day of Hay in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-Three. llll O G 30 Q 5 : was Q 'L S ' 1-4. 0 o i r i vx r 1 4 . -X . lm gf- ,ww ' Ja, A ' . 1-- 1 - 4 1 11 Ni. v I v e ,LI ,Avg hw. .v.., Q.. 'f a 1 , , I' sr pf 1 Q -v. .mi-' ' 1 , u, . 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QS: . fi' C " unior Cfau Back Row-left to right, Hale, Larsen, J .Johnson, Lightheart, Hall, HacDouga11, Schlag, Mrs. Ringler, McKay, wglrodl, Ramage, Anderson, Duffy, Mr. H311 , Orazio, C.Johnson, Rhine, Dimond, Capron President. . . . .Harlene Ramage Secretary. . . . . .Rodelle Duffy Vice Pres. . . . .Gale Walrod Treasurer. . . . . .Doris HacDouga1l CLASS MOTTO: To Aspire Te Greater Things CLASS COIDRS: Silver and Navy Blue CLASS FLOWER: Red Carnation We began the year with 18 students , 17 of which were the same smiling faces we departed with last June. The addition was Jim Rhine UI from Seattle. We ordered our class rings and the flm began, We gave a dance in November, after two postponements, and also a food sale which helped boost our treasury. During Christmas vacation, Gary joined the Arnv, but that didn't lower our ranks for Kendall Gallanger joined us again, filling up the gap. Then Joe left the latter part of January, making the total number 17. At Last our rings camel And we think Hr. Lewis was almost as glad as we were! We gave the Junior Prom, April 211, our them being 'Stainray to ihe Stars". The banquet room and gm were beautifully decora- ted to the theme. Thus we ended our Junior year and prepared to become mighty Seniors in September. ,ffm- . fi if 1 ,Tlx ' .WS A- gl.. 9-.QQ-fu A - A 1.1-,A ' " fx I . 'u..g- , --'df-rf i nf- nf, 5 1 . 'if Y 4 3. . 5-, 4, 'N , fy" , 5,245 ,, .. Lg ff :3fxg41,' ,. 4 ' X ef, A IA, QQ g Af. fri-- ,V 1f.i A3 R : , . J.. A uienq I I F OH! Ore CIIGJJ Back Row-left to right, H lton, Groll, Destaffany, Nash, Cahail, McKay, Browne, Boyce, Hall, Jeffers, Wotton, Bartling, Hr. Hannah, Tuck, Hammond, Sandwith, Dimond, Jones President......A1ric Tuck Secretary......Jim Browne Vice Pres......He1aine Hammond Treasurer....Donna Dimond CLASS MOTTO: with the Ropes of the Past, we Will Ring the Bells of the Future. CLASS COLORS: Aqua and Silver I CLASS FLOWER: White Carnation September 2, 1952, 19 smiling faces assembled in Mrs. Judge's room as Sophomores, feeling quite proud not being Freshmen an more! The new student was Garreth Jeffers, who had gone to school with us in the fifth grade, wo we were all acquainted with her. In November we lost Dick Workman. Then in December we were fortunate in having Judy Waner Join our happy little class. we gave two candy sales in the main hall. Both proved very successful. This year we were honored in having Helaine Hammond and Ramona DeStaffany elected cheer leaders and Jean Groll as song leader. we can also be proud of Colin Sandwith, Warren Jones and Alric Tuck for being on the second team. Some of the other boys were subs for the second team too. The Sophomores had a swell time this year even if we did razz the teachers and joined in on man little unmentionable in- cidentsl 5 5 e 5 9 3 5 2 ! 5 2 N 5 i 5 5 2 5 5 'I E 4 S Ni 3 ! jreJAm en Back Row-left to right, Schenk, Barnes, Dougherty, Gallanger, J. Lawson, Boyce, Judge, Landahl, McKenzie, Gray, Botsford, Davis, Baker, Reitan, Johnson, Tuck, Mr. Hill, G.Lawson, Nash, McKinnon, Youngberg, Sandwith, Thompson, Larsen, G. Lawson. President. . . . .Barbara Gray Secretary. . . . .Stanley Reitan Vice Pres. . . . .Jim Johnson Treasurer. . . . . .Dick McKenzie CLASS HOTTO: From the Stream of Education to the River of Success CLASS COLORS: Blue and Silver CLASS FIDWER: Carnation This year our class has 25 members, consisting of 15 girls and 10 boys. We hadnnm activities during the year, our first being an init- iation given by the seniors. After this initiation we really felt as though we were High School members. Many of our class members gave parties, dinners and slumber parties during the year. In February, we had a food sale in order to raise some money. It proved to turn out quite well. Our dance, which we gave the night of the school picnic was a huge success, everyone coming as they were! Darlene Baker left us this year, but was replaced by Nancy Smith. U., -.,,,. : 'i 'L ,,. bl ' v . 13 . u,.:n:s ,,:. E75 - 'Y V' si ijili 5 +3 H5 15323 3-'Fi ff- Au h ,? . Vi . .gz- ,,'1-, .VIII , R, :ffl iv? I 534 Q55 ,i, M: , 'K 77: , V5 'Y in 'lglgl' :JE " ,f . il' f me A114 ., ,sl ff-53: .ES : 'wi df. . -SUE! ff :Ei mv EN. .1 Aff ...T Q51 V27 Wg' .ll . 4 ' '-,131 ffm. W .3 im gh , ,.,m , .. , Jr- L , A .V f.. 1 bf, .,v ', Sgr fgg fq .. F 'V--M -ua 5 f, E K . x . i , x.n, f 75 '...g.Q V. , 5 1 ffl H W A .- X ' J ' A r ' 'T' iff .13 T-5 .fi 'Q' Eg 2? L ,l. 5 .,.u 1 Q s-ia. 'Q'MiAgjT, ff 5 ,S .. .M . I t 3 'r ffl A 11' X x 1 I is yi A 4, .F lu 2 Q54 92' r 5 0 .bhq A 3 .. .KI lim' -. ' ff! 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CAST OF CHARACTERS Willoughby Adams Kenneth Range Aunt Hester Rawleen Davis Aunt Louise Barbara Thompson Aunt Olga Etta Mae Tuck Inner Willy Jack Ringler Marybelle Turner Charlotte Carter Stanley Clark Jerry Waner Mike Terry Jackson Trudy Marshall Darlene Workman Janet Marshall Nancy Nash Carol Martin Lois Hammond The first act finds the three Aunts in the living room discussing Willo- ughby's profession it when he enters college the next year, with each aunthav- ing a different opinion of what he should be. Willy enters, his Aunts asking him whether or not he has a date for the dance. Since he doesn't, his aunts persuade him to ask Harybelle, a very unattractive girl. Marybelle accepts Wi1ly's invitation. Inner Willy, in his suit of long white underwear, appears from behind the sofa, and begins to make a nuisance of himself. Inner Willy is visible only to Willy. Early in act two, Louise enters with news that Marybelle is expected to have the mumps. Dateless again the Aunts invite Carol Martin over for tea, so that their nephew may have a chance to ask her. Much to Wll1y's disap- pointment Carol refuses because whe is going steady with Stanley. Shortly after Carol leaves the two unidentical twins, Trudy and Janet Marshall, enter who are also dateless. To decide which twin would be Willy's date, they draw sticks, the longest one winning. Janet wins the date and the two jealous sisters leave. Stanley and Mike enter. Stanley is a very provoked at Willy for ask ing Carol to the dance, so Stanley puts on a big scene' Mike said he came along just to make sure everything went just like the book. Carol enters very breathless just as Stanley gives Willy a sock in the jaw, Carol. is digusted with Stan1ey's attitude and accepts Wil1y's invitat- ion to the dance. Willy and Inner Willy are left alone again when Louise enters and says that Marybelle didn't have the mumps and would be able to go to the dance with Willy. 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Everyone was starved by this time, so we set out the picnic lunch we had prepared at homes The young fryers we thought we had fried turned out to be ancient roosters, so we proceeded to chew each bite 56 times: ' After lunch we looked over the grounds of the resort and found about every kind of entertainment possible, Tennis, canoe- ing, water boats and roller skating occupied the rest of the after- YIOOIIQ That evening, since the weather was bad, we all went to Rent- on and had our dinner, After dinner we divided into groups and some of us went to Rollerland, some to the show, and the others went bowling. The skating rink turned out to be something out of this world. Joyce and Rawleen thought they were going to be nout of this worldh when they fell down and showed evidences of bruises from their chin to their legs to prove it. We started back at 11:30 and everyone went to bed quite soon after arriving since we all had been up from such an early morning hour. Hr. Brubacher found his bed short-sheeted and Kennyis bed broke down, but other than spent swimming, boating and seeing the girls running back and that we had one peaceful night's sleep! The girfsnfixed breakfast the following morning and even ser- ved several of the boys in bed. Right after breakfast several gf the girls had a refreshing game of tennis in their pajamas until the other people around started getting up. The restof the day Was forth from the cabin changing from shorts to slacks between sun- shine and rain. 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Next we went over to the large dance halle The girls simply loved the music when they heard it and then when they saw who was making it, there was no doubt as to whyi There were seven very young musicians who re- ally knew how to playc About half way through the dance they play- ed the Mexican Hat Dance which Terry and Leis as well as Bill and Barbara performed in really fine sytlew The last dance of the evening was dedicated tc the Class of YS3 from Friday Harbor and it was WHarbor Lighten which really ended the dance in a wonderful WaYc Everyone went back to the cabins and Jack started fryingcmgs so we could have an egg sandwich. we changed into old clothesand BOMB of the Wkidsu went frog hunting while the others just stayed in the cabinse Nearly everyone found his bed either short sheeted, minus sheets or full of cornflakesg Everyune finally got to sleep about 5:30 Ao Mc, just to get up about three hours later! Sunday morning the last day 'of our trip had arrived. It started off with a bang when the boys cooked breakfast! we think they'really learned something in the cooking classn because the breakfast was very edible and good tool After breakfast everyone gathered up his belongings and pack- ed his suitcase fer the homeward journey. when the cabins were partially straightened we went out and some pitched horse- shoes and others played golf. About noon we left Lake Wilderness for the last time--and went into Renton to see a shows At four we left Renton and started for home, we returned by way of Seattle with everyone sleeping most of the way' We stopped in Mount Vernon to eat our dinner and then continued on toward Anacortes. we finally get on the ferry and were beginning to dread the thought of going to school the next morning, when Mr. Brubacher announced that we didnlt have to come until noon. How understand- ing can our elders be? 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The banquet room was beautifully decorated in silver stars and blue and white candles. Silver nut cups with blue stars were used as place cards. The napkins were blue and white with the theme UStairway To The Starsn written in the corner. A delicious dinner of turkey with all the trimmings to apple pie was served. The Sophomore girls did a very good job of serving and the dinner was greatly enjoyed by everyone attending. Terry Jackson offered a few words of thanks on behalf of the honored Seniors. Harlene Ramage, mistress of ceremonies, introduced the guest speaker of the evening, Hr. Milo Smoots. Mrl Smoots spoke on the three basic principals of life. Harlene then inhroduced Hazel Hale who read a poem about the seniors. The Junior Prom then followed and was held in the gym. As you walked in the front door there was a garden covered archway of cedar boughs and ivy. 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In honor of the King and Queen, Harlene Ramage sang the theme song, "Stairww To The Stars" The ceremony ended with the couple dancing the traditional waltz which eventually became a snowball, Music was furnished by Bill Savage and his orchestra. Many parents and friends attendeds We would like to congratulate the Junior Class and advisors for such a most enjoyable evening. if:-as K aim .".w--4' '- - L , xflwx . if if' 135. A ' V' :ifg 2:2 .T '?fi5iNf'-Q? - ' f -t -,ie. . ,- J .Z,, -Q ' X 1 "' tis: 'X ff, M.-. 4 -?'.ffW.": .. N- V L, 'Tm -:f .mn 11-17553 ' I . ' ,1",,ef'H12' -' Qi 21' 1" - if. Ti-,J .rI4'fi3i.',.5' J ..v.I-.- fn. bk M ., .NY ,1, '..J..,-A . 7 f , . . ...1. Q. X , ww . 4 . lv 3. r . .,.1. .I. 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SEC' 'fb 5661999 k R . max-X90 lbs-Zeb 0 'exft We S9 me owen Job. MQW 559 S 'S'-bgae .. ,.f,.-45121-.4 ' 1 1-,L-M - fy. ,-. A ..: l L., M QL "-'L 1: 1 N 'W + ' H1 I f 4 K , , 4' . . . . f . 'el 5' Wi, ' .fv' 5'Qffzz'-ff f ' Y 1, 1 . Pu, f"!i-v:9L"f 5- 2 eeuaxz 'Y gf-"2 w -,gg Ajgiy ,, ,,.. .w , 1 L 1 '- , 1 r 1 . X , x N . H K Q , , u N W v . . ,, 1 ,b'.f"' .-f f., f . '+-'f I, wg".-sffx ,WV N 11. .. 'Q ' 'wr' ' wx "'-t.f- 5: i 5, K fih ' 4 - f ' mfg' ,1--H - I Vg: ,1 P1 ,I x N , .,,e,,.. . f nfmvypgwpww G42 504 FRONT ROW- Left to Rights H.Hammond, Thompson, McKay, Cahail, Groll, Davis, Dimond, I.Ha.11, Jeffers, BOYCG, Wotton, Anderson, Mrso -71121800 .fdllllllllf Sa!! T I if W , fx FRONT ROW-Left to Right: Nash, Thompson, Hammond, Anderson, Hale Hall I Youngberg, Tuck, Johnson, Carter, Lightheart, Workman, Davis, Waner, Hrs. Coghluu Un x ,h -1 -1 ISE' 1 - 'E Q., . , . ,,,. . M... . ' R, ' -3, V+. -, 5 ' ry, H 1 5 r f-1 "- H54 . , 1 1 x I L V .L I 125 L' , f 5 .4 A, :Q .- V 46. ' A!" 1 , fi:-'f - if Pr . '- 'L A gjfin'.'1agf . M ' muff ' : -:1Qa'5,Qp1.'. 2 .- 1" . , 5 ' "wi: ,. 'X P? 'Al J., .- ., 4 1 1 - T' "1,. ai -S L, F 2. ui, F 9 L i 5 1 f f 'iv' , ' Q , n ,. ', . , . -15 Tx- . . , , .A .4 1, 11 . 4 5 . ,, - ,., ,m ,I-,1 J V' fl 1 '37-xp Q I ,. if 5" '52 1 ' if f, " ' ffm, f- ': ' 4 3235 . 'L .pi 4 . 4 I- . . .-,--kt' SV 9 r .1-fwfvlf: H., -. 4 ..f141'w b-'e"'y5r f 1-,f x 1' , 1 ?'? ? ' '115 ., Q1 ,,.,.,. - ,ur- Janitor MOQM Principal i 4 F 5 Q 2 Q 3. D , -1 A F 1 J 5 -1 i 4 5 -gm. um... 1- 11,5-...fnn-11.-1 nmmml umm- .,1....u.m Q-nu-mln QM EEE I' 557 9 W s - Wifi 1,,4" ' 3 .1 ' ,H '. fri, w 3 .I -wi, X 4 B M s s v 41+ Zgcwlfefgaf The Friday Harbor Wolverines, under the able guidance of Coach Warren Hill, started their season off with a bang when they tripped a much larger Coupville team by the score of h? to hl. Jim Erickson hit for 22 points that night and proved to be the margin of difference between the teams. Skykomish came to Friday Harbor the next night a d squeezed by the Wol- verines by the narrow margin of two points, 31-29. Little did they suspect that this would touch off a six game losing streak. The following week end they traveled to play O'Dea of Seattle and were thoroughly trounced 69 to 39. The next day they were again beaten, this time by Darrington, They were then beaten by Concrete 32 to h73 Lake Stevens ho to 28 and thenby Coupville 35 to 3b. ' - After they had lost these six games in a row they were very downhearted and they set about to remedy the situation. Coach Hill moved Bill Erickson, S'7W, to forward from guard,mnved Jim Capron,6', from center to forward, moved Jerry Waner, 5'lOU, from forward to center, Terry Jackson, S'lON, was alternated between forward and guard instead of just playing forward, Santos Pantoja, 5'7U, and Tomm Thompson S'6', were used regularly. Jim Erickson, S'7' maintained his position as guard. The rehibilitation must have worked for even though the Wolverines were without the services of two of their starting five, Jim Capron and Terry Jackson, they ran roughshod over Lakeside High School of Seattle. The ball- game was close during the first half, but the Wolverines pulled away inthe second half to win 59-L2. They traveled to Oak Harbor the following night and still without the services of Capron and Jackson gave the league leading Oak Harbor team a run for their money. At the end of the first quarter Oak Harbor led 21 to 19. At the half the Wolverines tied it up at 29 to 29. At the end of the third quarter the Wolverines trailed Oak Harbor h9-M6. As the tallest boy on the floor was Jerry Waner, S'lO', Pat McGreevy had little or no trouble at all in 'racking up R9 points. Friday Harbor played a very good ball game but in the last quarter McGreevy's six foot four frame was too much for them. Oak Harbor won the game-73 to 55. The following week Langley entertained the Wolverines in their spacious gym. It was a close hard fought contest with the Wolverines coming out on the long end of the score M2 to 32. The next game was a game that the Wolverines had been dreading and yet they were hoping for this game. They wanted to prove whether they had a good ball club or whether they were the same type of a club 'when they had played O'Dea previouslyw The Wolverines found their answer early in the first quarter as they knotted the score at ll to ll. The second quarter saw the Wolverines pull ahead by four points 19 to 15. The third quarter score ended with the Wolverines holding on to a bare one point margin. The score was then Friday Harbor 25 and O'Dea 2h. The fourth quarter the O'Dea team was rested by the reserves and then came back in refreshed and went on to earn a well fought victory, 37 to 29. The Wolverines had their poorest shooting average in quite a few games as they only hit 26.h1 of their shots. 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Orcas again started out strong as they were right behind the Wolverines at the end of the first quarter, the score rested at ll to 8 at that time. The Wolverines started pulling away continually thereafter. They led at half time 25 to 17, at the third quarter mark they led 36 to 25 ,and they finished the game well on top Sh to 33. The following week the LaConnor Braves were downed by the fast Wolverine squad. The Wolverines got off to an early lead of 15 to lg, but by the time the first half came to a close, the Braves had narrowed the lead to 26-21. In the third quarter the Braves were again on the warpath and with good shooting fiunished by Ellis and Haloy, they chopped the lead down to three points as the Wolverines were on the long end of a 31 to 28 count. In the final quarter the Wolverines were pressed hard and the count was tied on several occasions and in the last three minutes the Wolverines pulled ahead to win ho to 35. Then came the biggest upset of the year. The highly tauted Duke of Cannoughtsjarrived here on February the 114 with a win and loss record of 18 winsfand 3 losses. Before the night was over it was to be their fourth loss and their first loss to a "B" school. The game started out very much as the Dukes had expected, they ran up an early 8 to O score, but before lorg tht Wolverines had hit the net for nine points and the score read Friday Harbor 9, the Duke of Cannoughts 12. The Cannoughts increased their lead at half time as they picked up an eight point advantage to lead 2? to 19. ,The Wol- verines came out in the second half content with just giving the Cannoughts a good ball game, but before they knew it they were only behind 27-25. As the third quarter ended they trailed the Dukes 30 to 28. As the fourth quarter started the Wolverines immediately got down to' business and tied the ball game up and next time they got their hands on the ball they went ahead. They never lost that lead as they combined a solid defense and a ball con- trol offense to upset the cannougm-,S 140-35. The entire squad played good ball the entire game. Then came the game that really counted and the Wolverines didn't quite prove up to the occasion as they played probably their poorest ball game of the year, as they lost the play off game Sh-hO to a fired up Twin. Cities squad. The Friday Harbor basketball team was C0mprised mainly of seniors this year and their loss will be felt very keenly :Ln the season to come. The graduating seniors are Bill Erickson, forward, Jim Erickson, guard, Terry Jackson,- guard and forward, Jerry Waner, center, Jack Ringler, forwardg and Santos Pantoja, forward and guard. Jerry Waner, Bill Erickson, Jim Erickson. .Vqn . 1 1 P n.X is 1 I A ,-W 1 1 .. 14 if AQQX ii'- T-"2 -F f' . X 23'-1'1'f .' i FQ" :"vlX!Ek fi' I- XX-fe.. X4-X L.--.xl-I-4 :X I--1 X X . . X-5X4-r - ... .. ': ., .: if i V .' X1 X ' mguf. -fw X fXf3a.5:'X -. 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