Lincoln High School - Totem Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1952

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E .j V'f""Y' ,' .L , ' we V f L 'gf' hh , Q-J 'N' 'Y- A .gf A gf' I W ' ml' ' i wgg A - .A ALMQUIST, EDWARD Commercial ALTMAN, LUTHER Mathematics DAQUILA, ELIZABETH Spanish DAVIES, MERLE Clerk BAKER, IRENE Attendance Off, BEAVER, MARGARET Lih1':u'y , M, DISHNOW. JAY V. Health Ed. DU VAL. JACQUES Study Hall as-..,,,, BOND, ROWENA BOWMAN, MONA L. BURMASTER, PEARLE English Commercial Girls' P,E, f' ! l,' f ,Jw J , 11" HATLEY, PORTER HAYS. CREIGHTON HENSEL. EMILIE Mathematics Social Studies Girls' Advisor f O Q " , f:"1:?ff' -ff' , ,Yr . ' 2 2 ew f 3 " f I' M A , 359. T 1 1 'J .- 1 1, , A . f r , ., 1: ' M. ",,1,X1 K I , . A ii effil Li l? . . A HULL, omvn rmnrrzrc. ADDIE M. Girls' P. E. Commercial HUSEBY, HAROLD JACOBSEN, CHARLES English English JOHNSON. A. P. JOHNSON, T, A. Mathematics Home Economics nf 'lf KNOLL. MARK KOENIGJ-TOIIN H. KWAPIL. DOROTHY LATNG. JAMES M. LAMB, LAYTON G, LAVIBR, CHARIS LA VIOLETTE, DUANE Drivers' Ed. MI1them21t1CS English Social Studies Chemistry Clerk Phygigs ' 5 I, Z f . ZZ? 7 A5 SQA, ug' :Qt HW 'W A+-N A ., .M ,, I ,5UR5ELL. yRANCEs CANDEEV MARION CQCHRANV EARL SA COLE, MIRIAM CONNORS, CAROLINE CRAGG. ETIIEL J, DALTHURP. NORMAN N Commercial Conmiorcial Counselor English EHKHS11 Enslish Social Studies ff wh r , X. XL' 1 sf ' W r M ' EASTMAN. JESSIE GERRIETS. EVA GRAVES. ELIZABETH HASSENMILLER, K. L. -X Library jgngush English Botany X . , , 4 1 f . f S ww- gu nner is 1 K HODGE. PAUL H. HOLCOMBE, OLGA G. HOULAHAN. EILEEN Social Studies Social Studies Home Economics Q,- -Y ' V1 Wwf-2 1 4 f , ' , I :al . , 'llwflgzf M in 1:52 ww Vi: MV? f . ,ms ,kr, k,rr L W, A , I . Q-xv, , I ' Zi-3-,I X . E ri A , innn 'S 5 , V A fig A XC JOHNSON, L, W, JONES, EARL11 KAMERON, MAMIE KIDRICK, JAMES KIMBALL, STANLEY KINNBAR, ALICE R. Chemistry English Sizlut Saving Industrial Arts German English Q 'iQ:"v'L ,V A 3'5- ,,...., LE BR-UN. REGINALD LUMLEY. MARION MC CASKILL, HAZEL MC CONIIIE. AIMEE MC EACHERAN. DON MILES. ALICE MOESER, ZELVA Custodian Studv Ilzill English English Study Hall Social Studies Girls' PE, f 20526 W H1 C 15 J N CS MOTTELSON, BERT!-IA NIXON, BYN' G NOLLAN, BILL ORRELL, JESSIE OSGOOD, ERNEST W. PEACOCK. MARIE PIDDUCK, MARJORIE Commercial Athletics Athletics Counselor Industrial Arts English English vw, '4 inf PITZER, CARL A. POLLETTE JOHN V POOR, ELIZABETH PRITCHARD, GORDON REEVES, M. SCOTT ROBINSON, RUTH ROYS, SYDNEY R. Music Drama An Commercial Lip Reading English Botany 501-IEELE, ERNEST H4 SCHOFIELD, M. SHERRICK, JOHNSON SIMMONS, CHARLES SLEEPER, JEAN SNODGRASS, ELEANOR STARCEVICH, MAX Commercial Trench Mathematics lndustrigl Arts Home Economics Latin Boys' Advisor S'U"I"H , . . . , CHAEL VOLLMER, HAZEL El WASHBURN, HAZEL wmss, STANLEY Social Studies Biology Heillih Ed- YTldllSU'i2ll ARS Commercial Clerk Music ERLAND, STARR THOMPSON J W THOMPSON PAULINE TIMBERS MI .om WENNER, BLANCHE WERBY, MAMIE WTEGMAN, MARIE WILLARD, ELLA B. WILLIAMS, INIS WOLTE, SOPHIA YOUNG, W. WALLACE English Social Studies Study Hall 500111 Sf11di9S BD li h ' g s Study Hall Social Studies I X W 'I 3 5 f. ,, 1 1: 1' bf- .,ff -X Ui X., f ff -"f',if'f "lf ' f, .1 -- ffff , riwf' 1,16-,ff-1 .'Lf-nff' -wrff, I Y-'ff4. if 'T : f . ',,fv1. ,-s 4',",8!.!, tv -.4 4575 ff .-f ffffffv ,,,1 f ff: r. amozia -71 ff Miss Mary Pearl Bennett, a faculty member of the History Department, passed away October 30, Nineteen fifty-one. Mr. J. Bernard Swanson, a Lincoln industrial arts teacher for thirty- one-years, died October 21, Nineteen fifty-one. 'S lg In K ,. ,H Winning Zfwsl JS f?f04f-Yfiwff-Y Nxgvgrsw 2,553 'G Sf if pm' T v3i-ff I f 4 l "1 I I ff ! f 2 I. rl X I I 1 , 1 f xi!!! R j , if ,,l' ,ff l 4 fi-. mm ' 5 4. .Jul .., 4 , ..""' 1 JW ' i .1 555 S , K ,eu Yew ' ,,, ,mr J MQ- K .M ..., ,W , , ,L M Wm-ff: W 5 ' U9 K J 4 ,wf,,.ff, ' , ag .W an A., .QAWM -4.1 NICKY MACKIE President g .... . ix 3 2 if 9, lei JANET MCGINNIS Vice-President DAVE REYNOLDS azziofz Ufam We are the Seniors of 1952. To us, we are the most important class that ever graduated from high school, Yet we know that we who were indispensible to the school will be nothing but a memory, pictures in an old annual, statistics in a score book. Younger classes advance to replace us, and We are gone. The Senior Class will scatter like uncertain leaves in the gus- ty wind of life. We will be on our own in an adult World. Class- mates may enter politics, science, economics, journalism-the world is waiting and We go forth to conquer it. Although we leave Lincoln, the home of the red and black has a special place for us. We can never forget our high school days-the crowded halls, laughing voices and unfinished homework. Our many friends and teachers, air-raid drills, assemblies and pep rallies, eating lunch on the front lawn when the days were sun- ny-this is Lincoln High School to us who are about to leave. We cannot forget singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" in the darkness at Memorial Stadium, and our Alma Mater at the close of each game whether the Lynx were Victorious or Went down to a valiant defeat. We are proud to be graduates of Lincoln High School-a great school with traditions and ideals worthy of America. The world is ours, and we are ready to play our part in shaping its destiny. MISS SLEEPER Advisor JEAN I-IAMMERSTEN Treasurer BARBARA IRVINE secretary Totem Reporter X Q .,.:, PAYE WICKSTROM HOWARD CHRISTIANSON EUNICE MORRIS Student Council Ren. Student Council Rep. ,, Student Council Rep. , ss xi at J ,E AALAND, DICK: Dickie: Min. Boy: Drama: Ski Club: Roll Room Rep.: Boys Club: Ambition: To be a Lawyer. ACKERMAN, CONSTANCE: Conni: Sec. Sit. Council: Totem Wkly. Pg. Ed.: P.S.A.: Sr. Play: Personality Comm: Quill Bt Scroll: Ambition: To be a Medical Technologist. ALEXANDER, JERRY: Alex: Roll Council Rep: Basketball: Ski Club: Drama: Boys Club: Foot- ball. ALLEN, MARJORIE: Mardi: Ski Club: Skat- ing Comm: Creative Writ: Minute Girl: Toma- hawk Club Bellingham High. Ambition: Air- Line Stewardess. ALLEN, TOM: Dreamer: Boys Club. ALVICK, CAROL: L11 Al: Jr. Breakfast: Ger- man Club: Usher Force: Jubilynx: Ski Club: Sr. Dance Comm: Ambition: Get A's at the U. of Wash. ANDERSON, CONNIE: Kelly: Pep Club: P.S.- A.: German Club: Drives Comm.: Ski Club: In- terests: Swimming: Skiing. ANDERSON, KATHRYN: Kathy: LLL Pres: Girls Club Cab: St. Council: Torch: Min Girl: Friendship Comm: Totem Wkly: Pet Peeve: Pea- nut Butter Sandwiches. ANDERSON, SANDRA: Sandy: Band: Orch: Prom North High, Columbus, Ohio. Ambition: Dental Hygienist. Ohio. 1?- yen QU Q "Clif . I r ji. .. . if 5 if ',- M if Aww 'aw ' 'rar K -CLE lb f 5 wi I ANDRIESEN. BETTE: Junie: F.S.A.: Girls Club: Attendance Office. ANTHONY, ALEXANDER: Junior: Football: Track: Sr. Play: Sr. Review: P.T.A. Dance: T- Day: Boys Club. Interests: Sports: Dancing. ANTHONY. KATHLEEN: Kathy: Little L: Honor Society. Ambition: Private Sec. ARLOWE. LAUREEN: Laurie: P.S.A.: LLL: Social Service: Bull. Boards: Publicity: Usher Force: Pep Club: L,S.A. adviser: Totem Weekly Page Ed. Interests: Art. ARMSTRONG, PAT: Prom Park County High. Obsarka Rifle Club: A Capella Choir. Ambition: Beautician. ARROWSMITH, JANET: Jannie: Min. Girl: French Club: Pep Club: Girls Club Cab: Bulletin Ch: LLL: Annual Staff: Torch Sr. Banquet Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm. ARWINE, GORDON: Track: Football: Germ. Club: Ski Club: Ambition: Photographer. ATWOOD, RON: Attie Atwater: Track: Sr. Play: Hall Patrol. Interests: Sports: Automo- biles: Photography. AVERY, JOHN. BEAN, BERNICE: Beanie: Girl's Club: Inter- ests: Music: Skating: Sleeping. BELKNAP, CHARLENE: Attendance Office: Roll Rep.: Usher Force: Friendship Comm.: An- nual Staff: Sr. Week Comm.: Totem Wkly. BELL, BILL. BELL, GARY: Lover: Sr. Roll Rep.: Boys' Club. Ambition: Become a success. BENNISON, PHIL: Ben: Football: Ski Club: Baseball: Sr. Roll Rep.: Ambition: Be a fisher- man. BERKMAN, JOYCE: Pep Club: Drives Comm.: Art Comm.: Girls Club: Ambition: Comcl. Ar- tist. BERRY, CLARA ANN: Tanny: Ski Club: F.S.- A.: Min. Girl: Roll Rep.: German Club. Inter- ests: Sewing. BICKFORD, SHERMAN: Sherm: Sr. Play: Boys Club. Interests: Sports: Music: Cars. BIEBER, DAROLD: Beb: Bowling: Capt. Street Patrol: Boys Club: Ambition: To get somewhere. Interests: Swimming and Bowling. BAILEY, BARBARA: Barbie: Roll Room Rep.: Ski Club: Entered from Queen Anne High: PTA Dance Comm.: Usher Force chrm.: Frosh Auxil- iary. BAKER, PAT: Ski Club: Minute Girl: Drives Comm.: Totem Wk1y.: Honor Society: I'.S.A.: Spanish Club. BARKLEY, EUNICE: Eunie: PTA Dance: F.- S.A.: Spanish Club: Health Comm.: Desk G-irl: Standards Comm.: Drives. BARNETT, PHYLLIS: Phyl: Personality Comm: F.S.A.: Pep Club: Ice Skating Comm.: Friendship Comm.: Ski Club: Health Comm.: Chanters. BARNHART, JOYCE: Min. Girl: PTA Tea: So- cial-Service: Honor Society: Usher Force: F.S.- A.: Chanters: French Club. BARNUM, CAROLIN: Carol: Quill and Scroll: Honor Society: Ice Skating Comm.: Library: Debate: Ski Club: Totem Wkly. BAUGHN, JACK: Swim team: Intermural bas- ketball. Interests: Hunting and fishing. BAUNSGARD, DONNA: Talkative: Min. Girl: T-Day Assembly: Sr. Play: Torch: Ambition: Be a housewife. BAYES, KYLE: Band: Honor Society: Ambi- tion: To graduate from college. . BIGGAR, DON: Donnie Boy: Honor Society: Railsplitters: Min. Boy: Lynx Club: Totem Staff: Golf Squad: Movie Squad: Fire Squad: Usher: Earthquake. BIGGS, JACK: Biggsey: Railsplitters: Honor Society: Boy's Club: Interest: Ice Skating. BIRNEL, SHIRLEY: Mozz: Honor Society: Bookroom, Personality Comm.: Drives Comm.: Friendship Comm.: Standards Comm.: F.S.A.: Min. Girl. BOULTON, SHIRLEE: Girls Club. Entered from Edmonds High. BOUTON, IRMA: Tex: Talent Show. Interests: Photography, Square Dancing. BOX, MARILYN: Orch.: Girls Club: French Club: Ski Club: Ambition: College. BOYNTON, LORANA JEAN: Lonny: Sr. Play: Creative Writing: Interests: Music, Drama. BRADY, SALLY: Sal: Art Comm.: Ambition: To grow up. Interests: Art and Sports. BRAINARD, PAM: Pamie: Songleader: Sr. Play: Orch: Pep Club: Ski Club: Min. Girl: Desk Girl. Interests: Skiing: Dancing and Swimming. .45 sa NCQ!"- 'E' Q7 Q . wif' BRANCH, BRYNNE: Twig: Pep Club: Ski Club: Sr. Elec. Comm.: Jr. Day Tag Comm.: Friendship Comm.: Roll Rep.: Min. Girl: At- tendance Off.: Usher Force: F.S.A. BRAY, BETTY: MUFFIN: Pep Club: French Club: Debate: Drives Comm.: Interests: Music and Dancing. BRAY, DIANE: Smiles: Personality Comm.: Pep Club: F.S.A.: Totem Wkly.: Sr. Dance Comm.: Min. Girl: PTA Mixer Comm. BRITTON, JOAN MARIE: Butch: Nurse's Helper. Interests: People, Music. BRITTON, JUNE: Personality Comm.: Mixer Comm.: Girls Club: First Aid Comm. BROBST, BEVERLY: Beaver: P e r s o n a lit y Comm.: Big L: Ski Club: Talent Show: IE'.S.A.: Usher Force: Pep Club. BROCKEY, JERRY M.: Football, Track: Am- bition: Be a Coach. BROWN, ANN: Chuckles: Little L: Big L: L- LL: Torch: Corr. Sec. Girls Club: Sr. Week: Chanters: Drill Team. Interests: Sports. BROWN, RALPH R.: Brownie: Football: Track: Min. Boy: Roll Rep. CARLSON, SHIRLEY: Shirl: IE'.S.A.: Pep Club: Honor Society: Roll Council Rep.: Minute Girl: French Club: Health Comm.: Personality Comm: Ski Club. CARMAN, ANNE: Annie: Minute Girl: Tea Service: German Club: Activity Card: Honor Society: Little L: Senior Band: Drives' Comm. CARPENTER, MARY: From Molokai High, Ha- waii: F.H.A.: Pep Club: Talent Show: Party Comm. Ambition: To be successful. CARROLL, PAT: Carol: 1E'.S.A.: Drives' Comm.: Friendship Comm.: Publicity Comm.: Songlead- er: Senior Dance Comm.: Pep Club: Roll Rep.: Attendance Office: Jubilynx. CARSON, RAMONA: Toni: Pep Club: Ski Club: Party Comm.: F,S.A. Ambition: To marry a rich man. CAULFIELD, JOE: Railsplitters, Boysf Club. CETTIE, RON: Hank: Railsplitters: Roll Rep- resentative: Quill 85 Scroll: Totem Ad Manager: First Aid Squad: Library Staff. CHAMBERLIN, MARILYN: Whitey: ZE'.S.A.: German Club: Girls Club: Ambition: Graduate from W.S.C.: Interests: Botany, Music. CHAPIN, LAVON: Lee: F.S.A.: Roll Rep.: Stu- dy Hall Checker: Minute Girl: Usher Force: Totem Staff: Health Comm.: Pep Club. Ambi- tion: Go to W.S.C. BUCHANAN, MICKEY: Track: Hall Patrol: Boy's Club. Ambition: Graduate. BUCKWALTER, BEVERLY: Bev: Pres., G. C.: Sr. Play: LLL: Torch: Totem Wkly: Pres. I'.S.- A.: Sec.'Treas. Freshman Class: Min. Girl: Ush- er Force: Friendship Comm. BURGY, MARGIE: Marg: Personality Comm.: Pep Club: Friendship Com.m: Ski Club: Ambi- tion: Attend U. of Wash. BURLEY, SHARON: Big Burl: Jr. Class Pres.: Vice Pres. Student Council: Pres. Roll Coun.: LLL: I'.S.A.: Commen. Usher: Pep Club: Honor Society: Totem Wkly. BURNS, BONNY: Bon: Min. Girl: Interest: Pi- ano. BURRASTON, BARBARA: Girls Club. BUSHUE, PAUL: Muscles: Sr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Assembly Comm.: Band: Railsplitters: Lynx Club: Football Manager: Ambition: Lawyer. CAIN, RON: Senator: Ticket Force: Creative Writing Club: Senior Play: Library: T-Day Comm. Ambition: President. CAMPBELL, BOB: Lamb: Chanters: Honor So- ciety: Basketball: Senior Week Comm.: Senior' Play: Talent Show: Spanish Club: Operetta: Totem Weekly. C327 i .h CHATFIELD, DOUGLAS: Doug: Ski Club: In- termural Basketball: Boys Club: Interests: Ski- ing, Swimming, Hunting. CHRISTIAN SEN, JIM: Chris: Library: Spanish Club: Roll Rep.: Boys Club. Ambition: To Grad- uate. CHRISTIANSON, HOWARD: Roll Rep.: Stu- dent Council Rep.: Intramural Baseball, Track: Community Chest Chairman. Ambition: To be a minister. CHRISTIANSON, JEANNE: Chris: F.S.A.: At- tendance Off.: Usher Force: Pep Club: Ski Club: Minute Girl: Roll Rep.: Ice Skating Comm.: Friendship Committee. CHRISTIANSON, SOLVEIG: CLARK, JAMES: Jim: Spanish Club: Track: Roll Rep.: Football: Hall Patrol. Ambition: To Live Happily. CLARK, JOHN A.: Short-stuff: Entered from Shawnigan Lake School: Varsity Football, Swim- ming: Dance Comm.: Debate: Chanters. Ambi- tion: Bio-chemist. CLAUSEN, DOLORES: Dolly: Roll Rep.: Mixer Comm.: Health Comm.: Chanters: Driving: Pet Peeve: Not finding Lincoln's elevator. CLOUD, CECILIA: Cee: F.S.A.: Honor Society: Ski Club: Community Chest Comm.: Clean-up Chairman: French Club: Sr. Play: Sr. Roll Rep. i QQEMQW COATES, GEORGIA: Jackets: F.S.A.: P.T.A. Dance Comm.: Roll Rep,: Ski Cluog Attendance Off.: Pep Club: Minute Girl: Totem Weekly. COLLINGS, CORENE: Honor Society: Roll Rep.: Minute Girl. Ambition: A million dollars. CONVERSE, HOWARD: Track: Boys Club: Ambition: To graduate. COOK, STANLEY: Dutchz' Boys Club. Pet Peeve: Boys Gym, Late school bus. COOPER, PHYLLIS: Coopie: Minute Girl: P.T.- A. Dance Comm.: Personality Comm. at Queen Anne High. Pet Peeve: 'Snarfsi COTTER, JOANN: Jo: Usher Force: P.T.A. Dance Comm.: Personality Comm.: T-Day Comm.: Jubilynx Comm.: F.S.A.: Roll Rep.: Commencement: Spanish Club. CRAIG, GARY W.: Entered from Stadium of Tacoma: Library Assistant: Interests: Photo- graphy and tennis. CRANEFIELD, ROBERT: Corny: Boys Club: Spanish Club: Ambition: To be a jet pilot. CROWLEY, PATTY: Pat: F.S.A.: Friendship Comm.: Usher Force: Pet Peeve: Coming to school five days a week. 4?l?i2ii'ff. - it me i . . sw- .ve kiwi. , gfgvkwl, .- Qu wrt. .m it tr Q, f DAVIS, HELEN: Tony: Librarian: Pep Club: Chanters in Mineral County High, Nevada. Am- bition: An Airline Hostess. Interests: Travel- ing. DAVIS, JOYCE: Jo: Attendance Off.: Little L: fE'.S.A.: Ambition: Secretary. Interests: Dancing, Swimming, Golf. DAVIS, NANCY: Nan: Jr. Day Comm.: Pep Club: Jubilynx: Songleader: Sr. Dance Comm.: Attendance Off.: Friendship Comm.: Personality Comm.: Roll Council Rep. DEDO, DARRELL: S10-Mo-Shun: Track. Ambi- tion: Be a successful engineer. Interests: Mathe- matics, Sports. DEMPSEY, BRUCE T.: Jack: Ambition: To be a successful tow truck driver. DE NISE, MAX: Railsplitters: Spanish Club: Lynx Club: Fire Squad: Hall Patrol: Honor So- ciety: Pet Peeve: Any dripping Water faucet. DE NISE, SHERRY: Roll Rep.: Min. Girl: Ice Skating Comm: Drives Comm.: Pep Club: Party Comm.: Tea Service Comm. DE SANTIS, MARY: Babe: Roll Rep.: P.S.A.: Chanters: Ski Club: Attendance Off.: Pep Club: Personality Comm: P.T.A. Dance: Bowling League. DE SPAIN, MARIANNA: Gal: Min. Girl: IE'.- S.A.: Debate: LLL: Torch: Co-Ed. Totem Wkly.: Quill and Scroll: Sr. Play: Operetta: Study Hall Checker. ,gf CROWTHERS, LEE: Railsplitters: Board of Control: Intramural Basketball: Lynx Club: Fire Squad: Totem Staff: Railsplitters Presi- dent. CRUVER, JIM: Big Jim: Sec. of Railsplitters: Jr. Rep. to Boys Club: Lynx Club: Torch: Boys Club Pres.: Senior Play: Boys' State Rep. DAHL, HELEN: Dolly: French Club: Sr. Play: Chanters: Talent Show: T-Day Comm.: Pep Club: Roll Council: F.S.A.: Operetta: Ambi- tion: To be a singer. DAHLSTROM, JANET: Jan: Usher Force: Ski Club: Standard Comm.: Min. Girl: I'.S.A.: Fire Squad: Pet Peeve: Little Mirror in Girls' Club. DALLY, SHIRLEY: Shirl: French Club: Roll Room Rep.: Ski Club: Jr. Roll Rep.: Publicity Comm.: IE'.S.A.: Chanters: Min. Girl. DANIEL, RICHARD: Danny: Tennis: Totem Wkly.: C.Q. Club: Ambition: Radio Eng. Inter- ests: Electronics, Chemistry, Sports and Music. DANIELS, BILL: Talent Show: Pep Club: In- terests: Beef Ranching and Horse Raising. DANIELSON, PEARL: Study Hall Checker: Girls Club: Ambition: To travel around the world. Pet Peeve: Getting up at 6 A.M. DAVIES, NANCY: Nan: Class Rep.: Pep Club: French Club: Ambition: Secretary. Interests: Horses, Camping, Dancing. -wl- DESTREE, HELEN: Hellie: Drill Team: F.S.A.: Study Hall Checker: Girls Club: Ambition: Tail- or. DE VRIES, RAMON: Ray: Debate: Earthquake Squad: Tumbling: Spanish Club: Interests: Me- chanics. DICKEY, RAE: F.S.A.: Roll Rep.: Bowling: Entered from Edmonds. Ambition: Home Econ- omist. Interests: Sports. DIXON, CAROL: Dixie: Drives Comm.: Friend- ship Comm.: Att. Off.: Roll Rep.: F.S.A.: Health Comm.: Jr. Orch. DOBBS, LOIS: F.S.A.: Pep Club: Minute Girl: Ambition: Secretary. Interest: .Tob's Daugh- ters. DONOVAN, JIM: Track: Int. Basketball: Hall Patrol: Lynx Club: Int. Football: Fire and Earthquake squad: Interests: Hiking and fish- ing. DOOLEY, PATRICIA L.: Pat: Ambition: Tele- type operator: Interests: Dancing, Hiking, and Roller Skating. DOUGLAS, GORDON: Gordy: Hall Patrol: Lt. Fire and Earthquake Squad: Spanish Club: Int. Basketball, Baseball, Football: Honor Society: Drama Commencement. DOWNING, ROBERT: Bob: Totem Wklyg Hall Ptl.: Spanish Clb.: Int. Football: Baseball, Bas- ketball. we ll ww wiwm' 'C--7153, -saav' sstpx 'S-.-1? DREGER, ROBERTA: Bobbie: Health Comm.: Friendship Comm.: F.S.A,: Drives Comm.: Girls Club. DRISCOLL, RUTH: Goofy: Ambition: Own Bu- ick Convertible. Pet Peeve: Homework. DULL, JERRIE: Quill and Scroll: Totem Wkly.: Honor Society: Pep Club: Standard Comm. Drives: Att. Off.: Roll Rep.: F.S.A.: Personal- ity Comm. DUNATOV, RASIO: Ras: Honor Society: Inter- ests: Sports. Ambition: To learn how to pro- nounce "th" and "W", DUNMIRE, DOROTHY: Dottie: Min. Girl: Ush- er Force: Sr. Banquet Comm.: P.T.A. Dance Comm.: Commencement: Ski Club: Standard: Roll Rep.: F.S.A. DUPUIS, BILL: Dupont: Football: Track: P.T.- A. Dance Comm. Interests: Athletics. EDIN. DONNA: Donn: Commencement: T-Day Mixer: Sr. Banquet Comm.: Jubilynx: Sr. Roll Council Representative: Usher Force: Personali- ty Comm.: Minute Girl. EDWARDS, EDDIE: Ed: Senior Roll Rep.: In- tramural Baseball ancl bowling: Hall Patrol. Ambition: Get a job and stay single, BILL EGERTON FALCONER.: MAYNARD JR.: Mazie: Lynx Club: Community Chest Committee: Fire Squad: Usher Force: First Aid Squad. Ambition: En- gineering. FARRAR, JANET: Jan: F.S.A.: Friendship Committee: Pep Club Cabinet: Chanters: Red Cross: Personality Committee: Ski Club. Ambi- tion: Attend U. of W. FARRELL, BOB: Willie: Boys' Club. Ambition: To Work my way around the world in the Mar- ines. Birthplace: St. Paul, Minnesota. FELTON, VICTOR: Vick: Minute Boy: Spanish Club: German Club: Honor Society: Laboratory Assistant: Boys' Club. Ambition: To be a suc- cess. FERGUSON, LAWRENCE: Larry: Boys' Club. Birthplace: Seattle. Entered Lincoln from Lake City, 1948. FERRIER, JOAN: French Club: Girls Club. Ambition: Graduate from college. FERRILL, JANICE: F.S.A.: Social Service: Tea Service: Honor Society. Ambition: Teacher. FILBIN, BRUCE: Filby: Usher Force: Boys' Club. Ambition: To graduate. FILLIO: PAULINE: Polly: Drives: Girls Club. Ambition: To graduate and go to sunny Calif- ornia. RON EGGERT ELSASSER, JOAN: Jo: Honor Society: Usher Force: Study Hall Checker. Ambition: To have a home of my own. ELSWICK, JOHN: Hall Patrol: Track: Ambi- tion: Get Married: Interests: Skiing and danc- ing. ENGLISH, LAURAJEAN: Jeanie: Centennial Exposition: Honor Society: Library Staff: Art Library. ENGLISH, VIRGINIA: Ginger: Little L.: So- cial Service Chman.: Big L: Pep Club: Honor Society: F.S.A. ENGSTROM, DON: Inky: Railsplitter: Lynx Club: Honor Society: Debate: Fire Squad: Span- ish Club: German Club. ERICKSON, RHONDA CLAIRE: Activity Card Comm.: Pep Club: Roll Council Rep.: Honor So- ciety: Party Comm.: Little L. ERICKSON, RUDY: Football: Pet Peeve: Girls that always talk. Interests: Sports. FAIRCHILD, JACK: Jackson: Tennis: Ski Club: Track. Ambition: Go to college. Birth- place: Panama. FIRTH, BEVERLEY JEAN: Toodles: Girls Club Cabinet: Student Council: Pep Club: Big. Little "L": Desk Girl: Friendship Comm.: Ticket Force. FIRTH, ERNALEE KAY: Tenekey: Pep Club: Honor Society: Drives Comm.: Little :'L": F.- S.A. Ambition: To graduate. FISHER, JACK: Jackson: Boys Club. Ambition: To hear Bill Martin get tired of i'Lovesick Blues". FLAHERTY, DON: Swim Team Capt.: Boys Club: First Aid. Ambition: To be a successful chemist. FLUHARTY, ARVAN: Arv: B i r t h p l a c e : Haines, Ore.: Railsplitters: Lynx Club: Fire Squad: Honor Society: Roll Rep.: Student Coun- cil: Vice-pres. Boys Club. FORD, BOB: Salty: Football: Stage Crew: Boys Club. Ambition: Beachcomber. FRANE, NANCY: Nan: Roll Rep.: F.S.A.: Min- ute Girl: Girls Club. Ambition: To teach dancing at Barclay's Studio. FREDETTE, MONICA: Mickie: Birthplace: Mi- ami, Fla.: Attended Highline H.S.: Minute Girl: Roll Rep.: Art Comm.: Drives Comm.: Activity Card Comm. FREED, MARK L.: Mark Babe: Birthplace: Devil's Lake, N. Dak.: Yell Squad: Boys Club. Interests: Boats. FREEMAN, JOAN: Toni: F.S.A.: Art Library: Chanters: Ski Club: Roll Rep.: Bowling: Girls Club. FREEMAN, MARK: Tugboat: Air Raid: Earth Quake: Spanish Club: Boys Club. Interests: The Sea. FREEMAN. RICHARD: Nick: Hall Patrol: Stage: Centennial: Senior Play. FRENCH, DOUGLAS: Frenchie: Football: Chanters: Sr. Play: Lynx Club: Hall Patrol: Fire Squad: Track. Ambition: To get a letter in football. GANZINI. BOB: Ganz: Football: Track: Jr. Day Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Athletic Council: Hall Patrol. GARDNER, PATSI: Pittsy: Birthplace: On- dario, Oregon: Roll Rep.: Spanish Club: Minute Girl. Interests: Males, Money, Merriment. G-ARGIULO, SHIRLEY: Shirl: I'.S.A.: Atten- dance Office. Pet Peeve: Having my picture taken. GATES, NANCY: Birthplace: Helena, Montana: Study Hall Helper: Usher Force: Pep Club: Ski Club: Sr. Prom Comm.: Talent Show: Operetta. GEISE, RALPH: Bud: Birthplace: Wenatchee, Wn.: First Aid: Boys Club. :mf SH' mv GRAHN, VIRGINIA: Ginny: T-Day Chair: Girls Club Cabinet: Triple L: Quill and Scroll: Pep Club Advisory Board: Totem Staff: Senior Banquet Comm.: Jr. Day Comm. GREABY, CLYDE: Creepy: Football: Basket- ball: Baseball: Movie Squad. Interests: Sports. GREEN, CAROL ANN: Cookie: Birthplace: Port Angeles, Wn.: Spanish Club: Soph Roll Rep.: Minute Girl: Bowling Club: Attendance GREENHILL, LAWRENCE: Roll Rep.: Minute Boy: Boys Club. Ambition: Car Salesman. GREVSTAD, BEN: Swede: Intramural Foot- ball, Basketball: Track: Sr. Banquet Comm.: Pres. Ski Club: Totem Weekly Sports Ed.: Hall Patrol. GREY, PEARL: Mousey: Entered: Ballard: Lit- tle "BH: From Richland: Chorus, Tolo Dance Comm.: Chanters. Ambition: Beauty Operator. GRIFFITH, LARRY: Griff: Entered: Coeur d' Alene: Basketball, Baseball "C" Club, "Club Cigar": Hall Patrol. Ambition: Dentistry. GULLIKSON, DEAN: Gus: Fire, Earthquake Squad: Junior Roll Rep.: Hall Patrol: Soph. Roll Rep.: Pet Peeve: My Hair. Office: Ski Club. HAGEN, ELAINE: Lolly: Ticket Force: Ann- ual Staff: Honor Society: Drives: Band: Ambi- tion: Stand up on a pair of Skis. Interests: Mu- sic: Coffee at Sugar Bowl. GILBERT, JANET: Willy: Library: Honor So- ciety: F.S.A.: Nurses Sec.: Attendance Office: Girls Club. GILLES, ADELE: Dell: Birthplace: Kelso, Wn.: Roll Rep.: Pep Club: Roll Checker: Social Ser- vice Comm.: Minute Girl: Standards Comm. GILLMAN, JAN: Roll Rep.: Fire, Earthquake Squad: Boys Club. Ambition: To be an engineer. Interest: Athletics. GLOVER, GERALDINE: Gerry: Entered from Roosevelt: Pep Club: Roll Rep.: News Staff: at Lincoln: Pep Club: Big UL". Ambition: Secre- tary. GOGERT, MARLENE: Dody: Entered from Bo- thell: Theta Rho Girls Club: Totem News Staff: Pep Club. GOINGS, RICHARD: Dick: Debate: Field Pa- trol: Honor Society. Ambitionz' B. S. in Physics. GORDON, NANCY: Nan: Ticket Force: Bow- ling: Spanish Club: Girls Club. Ambition: To fly. GORLEY, BEVERLY: Bev: Roll Rep.: Minute Girl: Ticket Force: Pet Peeve: Questionnaires. GRACE, VEONA: Peeony: Birthplace: Oak Park, Ill.: Chanters: Jubilynx: Talent Show: Fresh-Soph Assembly: Girls Club: Ambition: To Grow. Q as HAGGARD, DON: Donny: Board of Control: Honor Society: Basketball Mgr.: Sr. Orch.: Sr. Band: Ambition: Doctor: Pet Peeve: Women Haters: Interests: Navy Dr. Bowling. HALL, CHARLES F.: Chuck: Football: Birth- place: Hawaii: Ambition: Go to college on foot- ball scholarship. HALL, JACK E.: Jackie: Pet Peeve: Fresh Freshmen: Interests: Navy Reserve. HALL, KEITH: Spanish Club: French Club: In- terests: Fishing and Hunting. HAMBLETON, MAXINE: Chanters: Art Li- brary: Swimming Club: Birthplace: Jamaica, Iowa: Ambition: To go to Cuba: Pet Peeve: Conceited people. HAMBLIN, HOWARD: Howie: Football: Bas- ketball: Baseball: Entered from Roosevelt in Portland: Football: Basketball: Baseball: Birth- place: Masa, Arizona. HAMMER, ELSIE: Georgie: Roll Representa- tive: Chanters: Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois: Pet Peeve: People who are never on time. HAMMERSTEN, JEAN: Class Treasurer: T- Day Comm.: Chairman P.T.A. Dance: Totem Ad Staff: Girls Club Cabinet: Ski Club: Usher Force: Sr. Prom: Jubilynx. HANNIBAL, MAIA: Girls Club: President of language club in Olympia High School: Birth- place: Estonia, Tartu, May 5, 1933: Pet Peeve: People who chew gum. QQ!- 6 -W. - .- ' 1 ,L . aff: -.1--K-We ... -- -gg.:-s 5 'T Z x- J I ai? HARDER, MARLYS: Marcie: Attendance Of- fice: Honor Society: Ticket Force: Girls Club: Ambition: Go to U.W. and then become secre- tary or bookkeeper. HARRIS, LYLE ROBERT: Bob: Spanish Club: Field Patrol: First Aid Squad: Roll Room Re- presentative: Ski Club: Spades: Birthplace: Mel- fort, Saskatchewan, Canada. HARRIS, RICHARD: Dick: Adv. Chanters: Sr. Band: Int. Football: Sr. Week Comm.: Talent Show: Jr. Day Entert. Comm.: Operetta: Am- bition: U. of W. HAWE, DOREEN: F.S.A.: Torch: Library: Swim Team: Roll Room Council: Minute Girl: Ambition: College. HAWORTH, MARSHA: Advanced Chanters: Party Comm.: Pep Club: Drives Comm.: Little L: Ambition: To Be Happy: Pet Peeve: The Man Shortage. HEG, JEAN: F.S.A.: G. C. Clubroom Comm.: Jr. Class Totem Reporter: L.L.L.: All-City Health Comm. Ch.: Sr. Play: Totem Staff: Pep Club. HEINS, PAUL: Reggie: Spanish Club: Fire Squad: Ski Club: Hall Patrol: Street Patrol: Ambition: President of Ford Motor Co. HELLAND, DON. HENLINE, LAINE: Der Affe: F.S.A.: Little L.: Totem Staff: Talent Show: Chanters: Sr. Play: German Club Off.: Pep Club: Operetta: Library. HOWARD, MARGARET: Maggie: Honor So- ciety: Roll Rep.: Pep Club: Annual Art Staff: Ambition: To become an art teacher: Interests: Art, books, music. I-IOWE, SHIRLEY: F.S.A.: Pep Club: Spa.nish Club: Honor Society: Girls' Club: Ambition: Travel. HOY, CAROL: F.S.A.: Girls Club: Ambition: Get Married: Interests: Skiing, Dancing. HRANAC, ALBERTA: Susie: F.-S.A.: Big L: Roll Rep.: Desk Girl: First Aid Girl: Publicity Comm.: Ambition: To be able to Write better 1letters?j HUFP, NANCY ANNETTE: Entered from Kan- sas City, Mo.: Iota Lit. Soc.: French Club: Roll Rep.: Sr. Play: Honor Soc.: Health Comm.: V.- P. French Club. HUNT, DIANE JEAN: Girls' club: Entered from Weymouth, Mass.: Birthplace: St. Paul, Minn.: Interests: Traveling, horses. HUNTWORTH, GAIL: Breezy: P.-T.A. Dance Comm.: T-Day Mixer Comm.: Usher Force: Sr. Roll Rep.: Personality Comm.: Sp. Club: Chant- ers. HYDE, EDWARD: Eddie: Entered from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho: Football, Basketball, 8a Base- ball: Hall Patrol, Ambition: Dentistry: Inter- ests: Sports 8z dancing. INDERGAARD, MARIE: Entered from Canton, S. Dak.: Sr. Band: Journalism: Soc. Service Comm.: Ski Sz Pep Club: Interests: Photography 8z horseback riding. HERRIMAN, LLOYD: Chasseur: French Club: Boys' Club: Ambition: Guns, Classics, Old Age: Interests: Wagner. HILBERG, ERIC: Birthplace: Finland: Ambi- tion: To graduate from High School. HILLMAN, LONA: Ski Club Treasurer: Big L: Pep Club: IE'.S.A.: Checker: Ambition: To be- come an airline Stewardess: Interest: Horses, Skiing. HOLCOMB, JIM: Hocy: Intra. Baseball: Ski Club: Pet Peeve: My third Floor Locker: Inter- ests: Pishing, Banjo, Meteorology. HOLMQUIST, BUD: Boys' Club: Honor Socie- ty: Quill and Scroll: Totem Ad Mngr.: Cap and Gown Comm.: Entered from Hill Military Aca- demy: Interest: Skiing. HORCHOVER, BOB: Horchy: President Stu- dent Body: Interhigh Council: P-T.A. Dance Comm.: Student Council: Sr. Play: Hall Patrol: Jr. Prince: Track. HORN, LOIS: Sister: Friendship Comm.: Per- sonality Comm.: I'.S.A.: Red Cross Comm.: Pep Club: Ambition: To Marry a Farmer: Interest: People. HOSSFELD, JANET: Hoss: Jr. Class Sec.: Sr. Prom. Comm.: Jubilynx Comm.: L.L.L.: Jr. Breakfast: Usher Force: German Club: Lost 8 Found: Standards Comm. HOWARD, LENORE: Lennie: German Club: Library Staff: Torch: Entered from King's Garden High: Interests: Playing the piano, knit- ting. ,use 1 9' -3' ,W if -'Pi' O rr M' -neun- JVP' ,E 7 ll :S IRVINE, BARBARA: Barbi: Jr. 8a Sr. Class officer: Triple L: Student Council: Sr. Play: Totem Editor: Quill Sz Scroll: Ski Club: Honor Soc.: Ambition: To write. IRVING, DOLORES: Laurie: Girls' Club: En- tered from Edmonds High: Ambition: To own 8 fly own airplane: Interests: Flying, sewing: cooking, gardening. JACKSON, HANS: Roll Rep.: Fire-Earthquake Squad: Creative Writing Club: Interests: Cars, Navy, Reading, Bowling and Basketball. JACOBS, FRANCES: Jake: Honor Society: Roll Rep.: Girls Club: Entered from Queen Anne: Latin Club: Ambition: Nurse. JACOBSON, JANE: Janeyz- F.S.A.: LLL: Torch: Roll Rep.: Roll taker in study: Counsel- ors Off.: Ambition: Go to W.S.C.. Interests: Scandinavian Dancing. JACOBSON, STAN: "The Man": French Club: Int. Sports: Totem Wkly.: Tennis Team: Quake and Bomb Squad: Honor Society: Railsplitters: Ski Club. JAKOBSEN, SONYA: Son: Publicity Comm.: Usher Force: Personality Comm: Roll Rep.: Am- bition: To be a "Young." JAMIESON, DICK: Sr. Play: Totem Wkly: Pep Club: Movie Squad: Adv. Chanters: Int. Basketball: 2nd Tm. Baseball: Fire and Earth- quake Squad. JASO, DAVID: Boys Club. E 'lu' . .,.,. KG JENKINS, VIRGINIA: Gina: Girls Club: En- tered from Queen Anne: Roll Rep.: Art Comm.: Ambition: Work in field of art. JENSEN, JIM: Red: Boys Club: Ambition: Win 500 mile race at Indianapolis: Interests: Hot Rods and Amateur Radio. JESSEE, KATHLEEN: Jessee: Min. Girl: Little L: Roll Rep.: Annual Staff: F.S.A.: Standards Comm.: French Club: Creative Writing Club: Interests: Music, Sports. JESSETT, FRED: Mac Jessett: Honor Society: Boy's Club Board of Control: Lynx Club: Inter- ests: Seattle Pipe Band. JOHNSON, ARLENE: Publicity Comm.: Usher Force: Chanters: Min. Girl: Pep Club: Roll Rep.: Ambition: Live in Honolulu. Interests: Swimming, Bowling, Football. JOHNSON, DORIS: Band: French Club: Girls Club: Ambition: Go to P.L.C. Interests: Swim- ming, Skating. JOHNSON, JOY: Dimples: Honor Society: Roll Rep.: French Club: Totem Wkly.: F.S.A.: En- tered from McMinville High: F.H.A.: G.A.A. JOHNSON, SHIRLEY: Shirley: Personality Comm.: Health Comm.: Min. Girl: French Club: Pep Club: Ski Club: F.S.A.: Roll Rep.: Ambi- tion: U. of W. JOHNSTON. IRENE: Jonni: LLL: Chrm. Drives' Comm.: Chrm. Ice Skating Comm.: An- nual: Talent Show: Roll Rep.: German Club: Activity Card Comm.: Jubilynx. 3, K, ,ml---. KENNEDY, MARLENE: Chanters: Pep Club: Ski Club: Service Club: Operetta: Ambition: "To go far": Interests: Skiing, bowling 8: swimming. KIME, DOROTHY: "Kim": Minute Girl: Pep Club: Friendship Comm.: Honor Soc. 1Torchj: Sr. Play, Student Council Rep.: Ambition: To go far, far away. KING, DOUGLAS: Doug: Annual Staff: Roll Room rep.: Fire Squad: Bank Messenger: Am- bition: To be Pres. of Marshall-Field. Interests: Tennis :St collecting records. KING, WINSTON IVAN: Professor: Track: Football: Honor Soc.: Study Hall Clerk: Birth- place: Wenatchee, Wash. KINNER, LLOYD: Reg: Track, Sr. Roll Rep.: Assembly Comm.: Sr. Band: Sr. Dance Comm.: Ambition: College: Interests: Basketball, swim- ming, track. KINSER, MARY CLAIRE: Honor Soc.: Lib. Staff: Chanters: Ambition: Elementary teacher. KINSMAN, RICHARD: Dick: Boys' Club: En- tered from Balboa, Panama Canal Zone: Birth- place: Panama Canal Zone: Ambition: Graduat- ing in '52. KIRK, DON: Sr. Band, Sr. Orchestra: Ambi- tion: To be a musician: Interests: Bowling. KIRKPATRICK, HELEN: Pep Club Treas.: Triple L: G. C. Recording Sec.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Feature Ed. of Totem: Chanters: Honor Soc. fTorchJ: P.T.A. Dance Comm. w-'fi IOHNSTONE, JENNIE: Jen: Publicity Comm.: Pep Club: Ski Club: Minute Girl: F.S.A. Inter- ests: Letters!!! JONES, DAVE: Boys' Club: Entered from Se- attle Prep. in 1950. Interests: weight lifting. JONES, WALLACE: Radio Club Pres.: Ambi- tion: Electrical Engineer: Pet Peeve: English classes: Interests: Electronics 8: radio. JORE, LAVELLA: Lou: T-Day Mixer Comm.: Jr. Dance Comm.: Sr. Week Comm.: V. Pres. Pep Club, Ad Staff for Totem Wkly.: Pep As- sembly Comm.: Usher Force. JOSTOL, BARBARA: Bobby: Roll Rep.: V. Pres. Soph. Class: Honor Society: Usher Force: Triple L: Tea service Comm.: Activity Card Comm.: Girls' Club Cab. .fUDD, DONNA: Juggy: Attendance Office, Roll Rep.: Social Service Comm.: Ambition: To grow up. KEHLE, KENNETH: Ken: Golf Team: Rail- splitters: Ambition: To be a General in the Peruvian Cavalry. KELLEY, BETTY: Kelley: Soph.: Sec.-Treas.: V. Pres. F.-S.A.: T-Day Comm.: Sr. Banquet Comm.: Sr. Announcement Comm.: Totem Wkly. staff: Ski Club. KELLY, COLLEEN: Punk: F.-S.A.: Roll Rep.: Drill Team: Ticket Force: Birthplace: Carna- tion, Wash.: Pet Peeve: Second lunch: Interests: Brown eyes. an : my-Im. fya. -fe' 'wr I Q. av.:-. 'fT"""' "rv- 'K KIRKPATRICK, PATRICIA: Art Lib.: Pep Club: Party Comm.: Art Ed. Annual Staff: Lin- coln Rep. on Scholastic Art Awards Comm.: En- tered from Narbonne High. KLINKENBERG, ADRIAN: Ade: Fire 8: Earth- quake Squad: Hall Patrol: Birthplace: Chignik, Alaska: Ambition: To live thru the Korean war. KNUTSON, DONNA: Girls' Club: Ambition: To graduate: Interests: Traveling. KOCH, NANCY: Nan: Friendship Comm.: Pep Club: Ski Club: Usher Force. F.-S.A.: Jubilynx. LACROSSE, JOAN: Entered from Port Angeles H.S.: Cheer leader: Desk Girl: F.S.A.: Pet Peeve: To be called Jo Anne. A LANFEAR, BILL: Wee Willie: Birthplace: Riv- erside, Cal.: Boys Club. Interest: Museum of na- tural history. LARSON, CAROLYN: Dee Dee: Entered from Ballard H.S.: Standards Comm.: Usher Force: Roll Rep.: Health Comm.: Pres. Speech Ad- vancement Society. LARSON: GARRY: Punchy: Birthplace: Hun- gry Horse, Mont.: Roll Rep.: Minute Boy: Boys Club. Interest: Navigation. LARSON, ROSEMARY: Rosie: Quill and Scroll: T-Day: Torch: Triple L: Sec. Pep Club: Totem Weekly Bk. page Ed.: Chanters: Chairman Friendship Comm.: Sr. Week. nv' E' 5-sa is :am K A 4 rim KV fxm .ff W . nw LARSON, VIRGINIA: Gin: Swim Team: Ski Club: F.S.A.: Health Comm.: Pep Club: Person- ality: Bowling: Attendance Office. Ambition: Teachers Degree. LASKARES, MARGUERITE: Maggie: T-Day: Talent Show: Chanters: Triple L vice. pres.: Big. L: Pres. Little L: F.S.A.: Pep Club: Study Hall Checker. LASKARES, MARIANNE: Nickie: Pep Club: Sec. Big L: Vice Pres. Little L: Chanters: Desk Girl: Study Hall Checker: Activity Card Comm., LAVERING, PAT: Minute Girl: Roll Rep.: Girls Club. Ambition: Secretary. LAWRENCE, GORDON: Birthplace: San Diego, Cal.: Track: Football: Hall Patrol: Fire Squad: Spanish Club. Ambition: Get in the Infantry. LAWSON, ENID: Peanuts: F.S.A.: Girls Club. Ambition: To Travel. Pet Peeve: Argyle shoe laces. LEAF, ANN: Annie: Roll Rep.: German Club: Attendance Office. Pet Peeve: Diets. Ambition: To do something useful. LEASE, DONNA: Triple L Sec.-Treas.: Health Comm.: Jr. Red Cross Comm.: F.S.A.: Friend- ship Comm.: Roll Rep.: Main Office: Torch: Publicity Adv. F.S.A. LEECH, GEORGE: Jawgez Birthplace: Port- land, Ore.: Senior Dance Comm.: Boys Club. Ambition: To be "one of the Boys." K S amp 'WM LUTTINEN, CARLYLE: Carl: Ski Club: Torch: Spanish Club: Railsplitters: Ambition: To be a success. LUTTINEN. SIDNEY: Luky: Honor Society: Fire, Earthquake Squad: Pep Club: Roll Rep.: Spanish Club: Yell Leader: Railsplitters. Inter- est: Pre-medics. LYNCH, PATTY: Hadacol: F.S.A.: Spanish Club: Girls Club: Ambition: Marriage. Interests: Movies, Reading. LYON, CAROL: Gabby: Senior Play: Talent Show: Senior Review: Minute Girl: Totem Staff: Honor Society: Roll Rep.: Centennial Play. MACDONALD. MARIAN: "Mack": Minute Girl: Pep Club: Usher Force: Publicity Comm. MACKIE, NICK: Nicky: Sr. Class Pres.: Stu- dent Council: P.T.A. Dance Comm.: Pep Club: Soph. Class President: Ch. Grounds Comm.: Nom. Comm. MACLEOD, DON: Birthplace: Winnipeg, Man- itoba, Canada: French Club: Movie Squad: Red Cross First Aid Demonstration Team: Half-time Activities Comm. MADSEN, JACK: Jake: Interests: Roller Skat- ing, cars. Pet Peeve: Draft Board. MAGNUSSON, HERBERT NORMAN: Herbie: Golf Squad: Hall Patrol: Ambition: National golf Champion: Pet Peeve: Fresh Girls: Inter- ests: Golf, ,Nice girls. MW. 1 --v ,lf-v LEWIS, DWIGHT: Hughie: Baseball: Basket- room: Boys' Club. Ambition: Lathe Machinist. LIND, HARRIET: Harrire: Totem Weekly: An- nual: Ski Club: Poster Comm.: Art Comm.: Stu- dy Hall Checker: Roll Rep.: Ambition: Teaeh School. LINDQUIST, JOHN: Jr., Sr. Orchestra: Boys Club. Ambition: Study Pharmacy. LINE, BYRON: By: Lynx Club: Sr. Rep.: Earthquake Squad. Ambition: To be a success- ful draftsman. LOFSTROM, OSCAR N.: Oscar: Chanters: To- tem Weekly: Boys Club. Ambition: To become an Electronic Engineer. LOKKEN, DORIS: Dorrie: Annual Staff: To-- tem Weekly: Torch: Pep Club: Et Cetera Staff: Spades: Spanish Club: Bulletin Board Comm.: Publicity Comm.: Usher Force. LONDON, BEVERLY: Bev: Entered from North Kitsap H. S.: P.T.A. Mixer Comm.: Pep Club: Friendship Comm.: Usher Force: Publici- ty: Minute Girl: Drives: Roll Rep. LORENZ, PEGGY: Peg: Ski Club: Girls Club. Ambition: Window Decorator. Pet Peeve: Ski Bunnies. LOWE, M. EDWARD: Ed: Honor Society: Tal- ent Show: Intramural Basketball: Sr. Orchestra: Interests: Sports, Music, Cars. ii. W.. 'Z 35 K, Y ' I 'P' " 5 MAGUIRE, PAT: Puggy: Ambition: Secretary: Pet Peeve: People who chew gum in my ear: Interests: Roller Skating. MAHER, MERCIA: Dee Dee: F.S.A.: French Club: Attendance Creative Writing dards Comm. MAIO, DON: Sr. People who blow Office: Activity Card Comm.: Club: T-Day Assembly: Stan- Band: Pep Club: Pet Peeve: noisy horns at football games, and sit next to the band. Ambition: Join Air Force. MAIN, JOANNE: Jo: Birthplace: Ellensburg: Ambition: To get "hitched": Pet Peeve: Snobs and gossips: Interests: Skating. MANUS, CARRIE: "Coyote": Little L: Big L V.-Pres.: Honor Society: Pep Club: T-Day Comm.: Activity Card Comm.: Pet Peeve: Home- Work. MARDEN, WESLEY: Birthplace: Waterville, Maine: Sr. Band: Drumajor: Library: Ambition: To disprove Einstein's theory of relativity. MARKSBURY, KAY: Big L: Triple L: Fine Arts Comm.: F.-S.A.: Swimming: Birthplace: Poughkeepsie, New York: Ambition: To contin- ue my favorite project. MARR, MARJORIE: Activity Card Comm.: Big L: Ice Skating Comm.: Girls Sports: Ambition: To go to Niagra Falls. MARTIN, BRUCE: Debate: Tennis: Lynx Club: Honor Society: Railsplltters, Commencement Am- bition: Quien Sabe? V QR .44 -pw , "C"fY X v-gy 5: fl .X A "'l',.T"f 3 'QF' fi Mm MARTIN, JACKIE: Attendance Office: F.-S.A.: Drives, Personality Comm.: Pet Peeve: Smart Alecks: Interests: Skiing, dancing, and usher- ing. MASTERSON, RICHARD: Golf: Roll Rep.: Am- bition: Lawyer: Interests: Sports. MAYNARD, JOHN: McALLISTER, MURIEL: P.-T.A. Rep. to Stu- dent Councilg Pep Club: Attendance Office: Usher Force: First Aid Girl: Roll Rep.: French Club: Personality Comm. McBRIDE, BERNICE: Bernie: F.-S.A.: Roll Rep.: Banking: T-Day Assembly: Sr. Review: Sr. Play: Drives Comm.: Activity Card Comm. McCAUGHAN, HARVY: McCLELLAN, AGNES: Tisket: Minute Girl, Drives: Friendship, Tea Service: Interests: Art: Music, Typing. McCLURE, RICHARD: Rich: Football, Fire Squad, Track: Pet Peeve: Appendicitis in my Senior year at the start of football season. McCORKLE, DAVID: Jr. 8: Sr. Orchestra, Driv- ers' Club: First Aid Squad, Honor Society Birth- place: Amara, Iraq: Interests: Entamology. McNEESE, DONNA: "Butch": QEntered from Queen Anne in Sept. '51l: Operetta, Sr. A Ca- pella Choir, Spanish Club: Interests: Singing 8: reading. METCALF, WILLIAM: Bill: Roll Council: French Club: Railsplitters: Pres. of French Club. MEYER, DENNIS: Denny: Track, Ski Club: Ski Team: Ambition: To ski in the Olympic Games. Interests: Skiing 8: cars. MILAN, WILLIAM: Bill: Usher Force, Honor Society, Football, French Club: Lynx Club, Bd. of Control: Student Council: Fire 8: Earthquake-- Squad. MILLAR, DONNA: Milly: F.-S.A.: Drives Comm.: Ski Club: Party Comm.: Basket Girl: German Club Sec.: Ad Mgr. for Totem Weekly. MILLER, JACKLYN: Jackie: Basket Girl: Pres. Big L: Triple L: Girls' Club Cab.: Bulletin Bd. Comm.: Spanish Club: Ski Club: Ambition: Graduate from College. MILLER, JANICE LEE: Jan: F.-S.A.: Et Ce- tera Staff: Bulletin Bd. Comm.: Spades: Ambi- tion: To be a commercial artist: Interests: Art Ba ice skating. MILLER, PATSY: Kitty: Main Office: Ambi- tifonz Typist: Pet Peeve: Gum Poppers: Inter- ests: Roller skating. MOEHRING, DON: Debate: Railsplitters: Lynx Club: Fire Squad: Drivers: Sr. Play: Ambition: To be famous: Pet Peeve: Homework on holi- days Sc Week-ends. MCCULLOUGH, DON: Mac: Intramural foot- ball. Ambition: To be an Architect. Interests: Architecture. models, 8: motors. MCCULLOUGH, PAUL: Busher: Ski Club, Ger- man Club: Adv. Chanters: T-Day Comm.: Talent Show: Christmas Pageant: Interests: Skiing, 8: pretty "bunnies". MCDONALD, LAWRENCE: Larry: Hall Pa- trol: Ambition: To graduate: Pet Peeve: Spend- ing five years in high school: Interests: Conver- tibles. MCEACHERN, JOE: Boys' Club. Ambition: Ac- countant: Pet Peeve: Hot rod drivers: Interests: Stamp Collecting. McGINNIS, JANET: V. Pres. Sr. Class: Triple L: Sec. of F.-S.A. 85 Honor Society: Annual Staff: Counselors' Office: Ski Club: Talent' Show. MCGOWAN. RICHARD: "Dude": Roll Rep.: Sr. Rep.: Baseball: Basketball: Hall Patrol: Spanish Club, Ambition: First ascent of Mt. Everest. MCGRATH, CAROL: F.-S.A.: Honor Soc.: Style Show: Health Comm.: Personality Comm.: At- tendance Off.: Roll Rep.: T-Day Assembly, Cre- ative Writing Club. MCKECHNIE, DONALD: McKee: Talent Show: Sr. Play, Exchange Assembly Comm.: Pep Club: Chanters, Band: Hall Patrol: Ambition: To be in show business. MCLAUGHLIN, NANCY: Nanc: French Club: Chanters: Activity Card Comm.: Health Comm.: P.-T.A. Dance Comm.: Welcomette for Girls' Club, F.S.A. ,MW MOFFATT, PAT: Moff: F.-S.A.: Chanters: Usher Force: Personality Comm.: Sr. Week Comm.: All-City P.-T.A.: Mixer Comm.: Inter- ests: Music, art. MOHLMAN, MARY ANN: Basket Girl, Roll Rep.: Bulletin Bd.: Art Comm.: Big L: Ambi- tion: College 8: travel: Interests: Sunday drives. MONAHAN, MARY LOUISE: Sr. Band 8: Or- chestra: Ambition: To go to college. MOORE, ALBERT: Bud: P.-T.A. Dance Comm.: Ambition: Forestry: Interests: Trying to be- friendly. MOREHOUSE, JAMES: "Horse": Stage Force: Roll Rep.: Football: Mixer Comm.: P.-T.A. Dance Comm.: Ambition: To become a man someday. MORGAN, BOB: "'I'iger": Football: Track: Basketball: Hall Patrol: Street Patrol: Ambi- tion: To get ambitious. MORGAN, DON: Band: Ambition: Naval Air Reserve: Pet Peeve: Pacific Rim: Interests: Fishing, Stamp coll.: Radio. MORGAN, JANET: Jan: Girls' Club: F.-S.A.: Bowling team: Ambition: Secretary: Pet Peeve: Air Force. MORRIS, EUNICE M.: "Eunie Mae": Student Council Rep. of Jr. 85 Sr. Classes: Jubilynx Chairman 8z Advisor: Sr. Planning Comm.: Fi- nance Comm. Chairman. '1'CT""' 3 . , If ,,.x, 'mv V ,e. . ,- .?,,... fuse' .Hs 1, ....a, 'Sv if W Q ji sf? f . fi"'9'1 ai " l 21? X! A x .X , 'gi fi...-if .,'i1,-,fy ' 1 ff .s f ' . fi: N H I 'ji .-+A. .X .-fin. MORRISON, BARBARA: "Rhubarb": F.-SA.: Big L: Friendship Comm.: Personality Comm.: T-Day Comm. 8: Assembly: Ambition: To be a receptionist. MORROW, HELEN: Pep: Little L: Pep Club: Activity Card Comm.: Ambition: To understand Bus. Math.: Pet Peeve: Homework: Interests: Sports. MORT, IRENE: Girls' Club: German Club: Cre- ative Writing Club: Interests: music and read- ing. MURPHY, DON: Red: Entered from Chehalis High: Basketball: V. Pres. Jr. Class: Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Interests: Basketball 8: dancing. MYERS, CAROL: Ticket Force: Honor Soc.: Assistant Treasurer, Main Office, Publicity Comm.: Ambition: C.P.A. or M.R.C.A.: Inter- ests: 1096. MYERS, JACK: Movie Squad, Boys' Club: Am- bition: To be an architect. Pet Peeve: People: who ask questions in class that have been an- swered before. NEIL, PATRICIA: Patty: Triple L: Torch: To- tem Weekly Feature Ed: Quill 8a Scroll: Sr.. Play: Talent Show: Operetta: Treas. Pep Club: T-Day Publicity Chrmn.: Chanters. NELSON, AUDREY: Aud: Birthplace: Duluth, Minn.: Ice Skating Comm.: Party Com.m.:: Ac- tivity Card Comm.: Ambition: Be a good wo- man driver! NELSON, CHUCK: P.T.A. Mixer Comm.: T-Day Comm.: Roll Rep.: Intramural Sports: Boys Club. ,pvw eerff' ,,,,. 1996 OLSON, JUDITH: Judy: Chrmn. Mothers Tea: Mother-Daughter Banquet: Chrmn. Decoration Jr., Sr. Proms at Tahoma H.S.g Totem Staff g Art Library: Main Office. OSWALT, JANET: Ozzie: Birthplace: Belling- ham, Wn.: Publicity Comm.: Sr. Play: Social Service Comm.: German Club: Minute Girl: F.- S.A. OXFORD, MARVIN: Marv: Sports Ed. Annual Staff: Pep Club: Sr. Week Comm.: Chanters: German Club: Sr. Drama: T-Day Assembly: 0p- eretta: B.C. Assembly Comm. PAETZKE, DIANE: Sweetie-Pie: Quill 8: Scroll: Totem Weekly: Honor Society: I'.S.A. Ambition: Marriage. PATRYKUS, ANN: Pres. Quill 8: Scroll: Totem Co-Ed.: Pep Club: Chrmn., Activity Card Comm.: Roll Rep.: Sr. Dance Comm.: Big L: Torch: Sec. Fr. Class, Gresham H.S. PATTERSON, PAT: Pappy: Birthplace: Kel- logg, Ida.: Chanters: First Aid: Girls Club. Pet Peeve: Stuffy Girls, Kill-joys. PAYNE, CHARLOTTE: Choclate: Pep Club: Usher Force: Creative Writing Club: Roll Rep.: Spanish Club: P.T.A. Dance Comm.: Little L: I'.S.A. PEDERSON, PHYLLIS: Phyl: Pep Club: Crea.- tive Writing Club Pres.: Usher Force: P.T.A. Dance Comm.: Spanish Club: Little Lg I'.S.A,: Ambition: U. of W. PEIN, HELEN: Giggles: Cheer Leader, John Oliver H.S.: Girls Club: Pet Peeve: Delayed Letters. Sofia. NELSON, JAMES: Jim: Birthplace: Hitterdal, Minn.: Boys Club: Pet Peeve: Nothing succeeds like success. Interests: Swimming, Ice Skating. NEWELL, CHARLOTTE: Char: Ski Club: Pep Club: Chanters: Talent Show: Poster Comm.: I'.S.A. Ambition: To become a commercial ar- tist. NOLAN, ROSALEEN: Mickey: Drives Comm.: Friendship Comm.: Attendance Office: IE'.S.A.: Spanish Club: Ambition: Learn to ski. NORMAN, PAT: Sr. Band: Party Comm.: Pep Club: Girls Club. Pet Peeve: "Sophomores". NYLUND, BRUCE: Brune: Torch: Talent Showgz Operetta: Chanters: Railsplittersg Field Patrol. Ambition: Engineer. ODEGARD, JIM: Ode: Boys' Club: Basketball: Ambition: Navy Test Pilot. OHMAN, BILL: Mutt: Boys' Club: Ambition: To rest: Interest: Jeff. OLANDER, DIANE: Oley: Girls' Club: Usher Force: Attendance Office: Ambition: Nursing. OLDS, LARRY: Big Lar: Boys' Club: Sr. Roll Rep.: Hall Patrol: Birthplace: Stanton, N. Da- kota: Basketball at Stanton High School. WW '-sv R41 .iii 'R PERKINS, CLIFFORD: Cliff: Birthplace: Day- ton, Idaho: Railsplitters: Capt. Movie Squad: Boys Club. Ambition: Graduate from College. PERRINS, CAROLE: Dramatics, I'.H.A.: Band: Chorus: Deer Park H.S.: Torch: Band: Chanters: Ambition: Business school and then a job. PETERSON, ED: Shovel: Birthplace: Canon Ci- ty, Col: Track: Intramural Sports. Ambition: To know where I am at! Interests: Ahletics, Sci- 81106. PETERSON, MARY: Pete: Pep Club: Swim Club: Ski Club: Personality Comm.: Party Comm.: Usher Force: Attendance: Spanish Club: Minute Girl: I'.S.A. PETERSON, PAT: Swede: Totem Weekly: Stan- dards Comm.: Ski Club: Spanish Club: Minute Girl: Drives Comm.: F.S.A. Pet Peeve: Tall boys who go with short girls. PETERSEN, WARREN: Little Pete: Roll Room Rep.: Ambition: To be a truck driver: Pet Peeve: 1940 Ford Coupes: Interests: Ice Hockey Sz Fords. PETTIT, KENNETH: Ken: Boys' Club: French Club: Ambition: Four star general in the Salva- tion Army. POGSON, ARLENE: Sr. Band, Girls' Club: En- tered Lincoln from Franklin-Girls' Band: In- terests: Music 81: sewing: Pet Peeve: People who block stairs. POLLOCK, GLENN: Boys' Club, Railsplitters: Honor Society: Ambition: Engineer: Pet Peeve: Girls who don't wear socks: Interests: Ice skat- ing 8: cars. .fe qua- 'msg POMMER, JOYCE: Jo: Girls' Club: Chanters: Adv. Chanters: Driving: Ambition: To learn to drive: Pet Peeve: Hall Pat. POOL, BYRON: Ski Club: Totem Ad. Staff: Spanish Club: Hall Patrol: Ambition: To retire after graduation: Interests: Swimming, skiing, 8: hiking. PORTER, DIANE: Dee Dee: P.-S.A., Ice-skat- ing: Drives Conun.: Ambition: To become a lady: Pet Peeve: Soph. boys. PRATT, BRUCE: Boys' Club: Gym basket room, Hall Patrol: Ambition: To become a man: Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning: Interests: Cars. PRESTON, MARILYN: Girls' Club: F.-S.A.: Jr. Programs: Sr. Review: Sr. Play: Ski Club: In- terests: Skiing, swimming, people. PRICE, JOYCE: Pep Club Pres.: Songlead.: P.- I. Ski Rep.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Totem Staff: In- ter High Council Rep.: Sr. Play: Commencement Usher: Student Council. PRIMLEY, JANE: Library, Girls' Club: Inter- ests: Radio, Horseback riding, and dogs. PURNELL, DAVE: Shorty: Minute Boy, Ticket Force, Chanters, P.-T.A. Dance Comm.: Bowling: Pep Club: Sp. Club: Pet Peeve: "4th Per. Cof- fee hour." PYATT, PATRICIA JOAN: Paddy: F. S.A.i Honor Soc. 1Torch3: Commencement Drama.: Sec. Creative Writing Club: Bowling Club: Am- bition: To graduate from college. wq- A 51' if .ww W5 'QV ,gnu , ' W if .- r'f.1. ! f H 1.6 ov-s fe' A Ll 7F,, 5 illl ffl.: X ,:L' 52 ' k"- REYNOLDS, DAVE: Sr. Class Sec.: Soph Ed. Annual: Totem Weekly Sports Ed.: Quill Sz Scroll: Talent Show: Torch: Operetta: Chanters: Railsplitters: Score Keeper. RHODES, JIM: Boys Club. Ambition: To do as Well in the University as I did at Lincoln: In- terests: Skiing, Football: Baseball. RICKARD, SHARON: Rick: V.-Pres. Quill 8a Scroll: Totem Weekly: P.T.A. Publicity Rep.: Pep Club: G. C. Cabinet: Sr. Dance Chrm.: P.- T.A. Dance Comm.: Roll Council. RIEDINGER, GEORGE: Dinger: Varsity foot- ball, Baseball, Totem Weekly Staff, Football King: Entered from Wenatchee-Football. RIEKER, LEILA: Lee: Roll Rep., F.-S.A., P.- T.A. Dance Comm., Fashion Show, Fr. Club: Am- bition: U. of W.: Interests: Modeling. RIGGS, DOROTHY: Dot: F.-S.A., Spanish Club, Bowling Club, Usher Force, Centennial Expos.: Ambition: To be a success liz make lots of money. RINGSAGE, DUANE: Duwopo: Boys' Club, Railsplitters, Chanters: Ambition: To become a doctor: Interests: Music, fishing 8s hunting. RIPLEY, PEGGY: Pegs: First Aid Comm., Per- sonality Com.m., Usher Force, Girls' Club Cabin- et, Songleader, Pep Club: Interests: Girls' Club work. ROBERTS, BEV: "Cow eyesl': F.-S.A., Minute Girl, Fr. Club, P.-T.A. Dance Comm., Sr. Dance Comm., Health Comm., Personality Comm.: In- terests: Art. RAMSAY, DAVID: Dave: Chanters: Talent Show: Spanish Club. Ambition: To grow a. little. RAMSDEN, KENT. RANDALL, KEITH OWEN: K.O.: Boys Club. Ambition: To be a farmer. RANDALL, VIRGINIA: Bunnie: Pep Club: To- tem Weekly: Roll Rep.: Friendship Comm.: French Club: F.S.A. Ambition: Raise a football team. RAU, LORETTA MAE: Doll: Entered from Ho- ly Names: Glee Club: Girls Club. Ambition: To live to a ripe old age. REARDON, KATHLEEN: Kathi: Torch: Fr. Totem Rep't.: Honor Society Pres.: Ski Club: Sr. Roll Rep.: Triple L: Jubilynx Comm.: Stu- dent Council: Drives. REDDING, PAT: Birthplace: Cusik, Wn.: Boys Club: Ambition: To go on an African Safari. REDFORD, FRED: Buzzy: Football Mgr.: Boys Club: Ambition: To make and spend 1,000,000 dollars. REEDER, SHIRLEY: Lee: Torch: Spades: Roll Rep.: Spanish Club: Study Hall Clerk: Activity Card Comm.: Pan-Am. Week Comm.: Interests: Music, Science. ,,,.t ik fa-:W A my ROBERTSON, JEAN: Giz: Honor Soc., Adv. Chanters, Latin Club, F.-S.A.: Birthplace: Ham- pton, Va.: Ambition: Guess! ROBINSON, ELIZABETH: Mickey: F.-S.A., Ac- tivity Card Comm., Ice Skating Comm., Sp. Club, Drives Comm., Honor Soc., Party Com.m., Health Comm., Roll Rep. ROBINSON, JOAN: Fr. Club, Honor Soc., Chan- ters, Roll Rep., Party Comm., Sr. Play, Pep Club, Operetta, Talent Show, T.Day Assembly: Jubi- lynx. ROBINSON, PACIFICO: Junior: Hall Patrol, Track, Basketball: Ambition: To become a bus- iness tycoon: Interests: Third Ave. Men's Shop. ROGERS, DARLEEN: Pinky: F.-S.A., Little L, Lib. Staff, Minute Girl, Roll Rep., German Club Officer, Pep Club, Bowling Club: Ambition: To meet a "gee" man. ROMEREIN, ENID: Enie: Girls' Club: Birth- place: Beresford, S. Dakota: Ambition: Cham- pion Rollerskater. Interests: Skating 8z dancing. ROSS, GRETCHEN: Gret: Entered from Van- couver, Wash.-Choir, Sec. Advisory, Assembly Comm., German School Comm.: Usher Force, Friendship Comm. ROTHLIND, DALE P.: Peck: Track, Sr. Class Rep., Basketball, Boys' Club Sec., Bd. of Control, Fire Sz Earthquake Squad: Ambition: To be a lawyer. ROUTLEDGE, MARSHALL: Mike: Fire 8s Earthquake Squad, First Aid Squad: Ambition: Engineering: Interests: Skiing, dancing, 8: bow- ling. Q, 4:""'-' """" If 'll I auf fy? Warm 1" 53 :X , ::,:: .Ji its RUF, JANET: F.-S.A., Roll Rep., Ski Club, Ush- er Force, Mixer Comm., Totem Weekly Staff: Ambition: U. of W.1?J: Interests: Skiing. RUSH, DONALD EUGENE: Don: Boys' Club: Entered from Lewis dr Clark, Spokane-Basket ball, Baseball, Soph. Class Pres.: Ambition: Lovelorn advisor. RUSSELL, DONNA: Dimples: Girls' Club, Drives Comm. RUTTAN, FRANCES: Fran: Honor Soc., Roll Rep., Drives Comm., Tea Service, Fr. Club, Ac- tivity Card Comm.: Ambition: To marry a mil- lionaire. RYAN, KATHLEEN: Ryan: F.-S.A., Fr. Club, Tea Service, Ski Club, Centennial: Jubilynx. RYNES, BARBARA: Barb: Roll Rep., Minute Girl, Health Comm., Mixer Comm., Annual Staff, Bulletin Bd.: Birthplace: Chippewa Falls, Wis- consin. SALVINO, DOROTHY: Dottie: Pep Club: Min- ute Girl: Torch: Health Comm.: Roll Taker: Friendship Comm.: Attendance Off.: F.S.A.: Ambition: Attend U. of W. SANDERSON, CAROLEE: Charlie: North Cen- tral H.S.: Color Girls: Basketball: Baseball: Tennis: Golf: Jury: Doll Shop: Latin Club: CARE: Skating: A.S.B. Rep. SANDS, MAE: Daisy: Birthplace: Ragged Mountain, Col.: Party Comm.: Usher Force: Per- sonality Comm.: F.S.A.: Ambition: Become Lil Abner's Wife. if l ca Fwy y 5'-'Yfff' A g I .S . .1 5 'KJ I SHEA: ROBERT: Bob: Boys Club. Ambition: Radio-TV Repair man. SHELLHORN, JEAN: Jeanie: Birthplace: Sew- ard, Alaska: Personality Comm.: Friendship Comm.: Usher Force: Pep Club: Torch: Jr. Dance Comm.: Sr. Commencement. SHEPHERD, JAMES: Jimmy: Band: Latin Club: Railsplitters: Act. Assembly: Minute Boy. Pet Peeve: Only boy in Shorthand class. SHOEMAKER, ROBERT: Bob: Gresham H.S.: Jr. Varsity Baseball: Student Council: Dance Comm.: Baseball: Roll Rep.: Ambition: A Sci- entist. SHOTWELL, AUSTIN: Wellshot: German Club: Minute Boy: Roll Rep.: Ski Club: Ambition: Be an Admiral in the Reserve. SJURSEN, MARY ANN: Mimi: Inspiration Ski Club: Sr. Play: Talent Show: Songleader: Football Queen: Sr. Review 8a Operetta Dance Director: Chanters: Torch. SLABAUGH, JOAN: Lou: Girls Club Cab: Desk Girl: Minupte Girl: F.S.A. SLAGLE, MARY ARETA: Reta: Birthplace: Vallejo, Cal.: French Club: Pep Club: Creative Writing Club: Ice Skating Comm.: Ambition: Beautician. SLAYTON, SHIRLEY: Short Change: P.T.A. Dance: Friendship Comm.: Personality Comm.: Usher Force: Drives Comm.: Ski Club: Minute Girl: Pep Club. SANDS, PAUL: Pablo: Fire, Earthquake Squad: Spades: Spanish Club. Ambition: To See the World: Interests: Piano, Mechanics, Boats. SCHREIBER, CHARLOTTE: C.A.: Publicity Comm.: Roll Rep.: Social Service: Usher Force: Health Com.m.: Minute Girl: Sec. German Club: Sec. F.S.A. SCHUR, FRANKLIN: Frankie: Pep Club: Sr. Dance Comm.: Hall Patrol: Fire, Earthquake Squad: Roll Rep.: German Club: First Aid Squad. SCHUR, MARIANNE: Annie: Torch: Pep Club: Usher Force: Pres. German Club: Roll Rep.: To- tem Staff: Little L: Lost and Found: Library: F.S.A. SEABROOK, MERRILEE: Lee: Franklin, H.S., Sr. Glee Club: Chanters: Sr. Play: Centennial: Pep Club: Talent Assembly: Torch: Interests: Music. SELLAR, JANET: Jan: Ed. 1952 Annual: V.- Pres. Honor Society: Quill Sz Scroll: Totem Weekly: Debate: Triple L: Big, Little L: T-Day Comm.: Pep Club. SELLEN, BETTY-CAROL: Totem Weekly: Ski Club: Triple L: Chrmn. Usher Force: Pep Club Adv. Board: Spanish Club: Jubilynx Comm.: Jr. Day Comm.: F.S.A. SHAPLEY, LOUIS GAIL: Birthplace: Anacor- tes, Wn.: Boys Club: Ambition: To be a success in life. SHAY, DICK: Dick: Entered from Garfield H.- S.: Hall Patrol: Ass't. Roll Rep.: Minute Boy: Ambition: History Major. ii 6' -an-, ,, tv? SLOMINSKI, VERONICA: Vernie: Birthplace: Livingston, Mont., Sacred Heart Academy, Mis- soula, Mont., Vocational Club Rep., F.H.A,, Girls' Club. SMITH, DOROTHY: Annie: G. C. Cabinet,- Torch, Triple L, Sr. Play, Jr. Class Princess, T-Day Comm., Annual Staff, Pep Club, As- sembly Comm., Friendship. SMITH, JIM: Smitty: Baseball, Roll Rep., Bas- ketball, Student Council Rep., Boys Club. Am- bition: Play Pro Baseball. SMITH, MARILYN: Lynn: Library, Girls Club, Pet Peeve: Tall stools in lunchroom. Ambition: Finish school, Interests: Swimming, Roller Skat- ing. SMITH, TACY ANN: Torch, Triple L, Sr. Play, Debate, Quill Sz Scroll, Totem Weekly Ed., Pep Club, Drives Comm., Operetta, Friendship Comm. SMOOT, RICK: Entered from Garfield: Movie Squad, Band, Bowling, Pep Club, P.T.A. Dance' Comm. Ambition: Architect. SNODGRASS, BILL: Willy: Chanters, Talent Show, Boys Club. Ambition: Architect. Pet Peeve: Walking cosmetic counters. SNYDER, VIRGINIA: Ginna: First Aid, Min- ute Girl, Art Library, Roll Rep., F.S.A., St. Council Rep. Ambition: Dental Assistant. SPARLING, SALLY: Sparky: Roll Rep., Per- sonality Comm., Pep Club, Minute Girl, P.T.A.. Dance. 'R- 1112? new QW ,Q - - ml f 'L V ' 5 .--', - -f ..' f-f-f if F A KA-fa, N ,af rm als as STEVENSON, DONNA: Torch, Roll Rep., Friendship Comm., Party Comm., Latin Club, F.S.A. Ambition: U. of W. STEWART, DAVE STEWART. MERRILLYN G.: Baby Doll: Art Comm. Chrm., P.T.A. Dance, Usher Force, Art Chrm. Jr. Class, Torch, T-Day Pro. Chrm., Jr.- Day, Poster Comm., Spanish Club. STIPEK, BOB: Chanters, Roll Rep., Boys Club. Pet Peeves: 7:-L5 Classes, Wooden Wheels. STOA, JIM: Big-Jim: Birthplace: Minot, N. D., Football, Hall Patrol, Boys Club. Ambition: To get a better build than my sister. STOLLER, JERRY: Jer: Birthplace: Walla Walla, Wn., Football, Track. STONE, TERLL: Terry: Track, Sr. Prom Comm, Sr. Banquet Comm., Intramural Basketball. Am- bition: Industrial magnate, Pet Peeve: Fluores- cent socks. STRAHAN, DAVID: Dave: Usher Capt., Fire, Bomb Squad, Lynx Club, Railsplitters, Minute Boy, Rollroom Council. Interest: Electronics. STROM. ODDNY: Chris: Birthplace: Trondheim, Norway, Drives Comm., Pep Club, Big L, Ger- man Club, Ski Club, F.S.A. Ambition: Visit Norway. ,. 5- A TAYLOR, ERNEST H.: Ernie: Boys Club: Am- bition: To Hit the Garbage can in the Lunch- room. TAYLOR, MARILYN: Taylor: Drivers Club: Totem Weekly: Pep Club: Torch: Little, Big L: F.S.A.: Ambition: Graduate from U. of W. TAYLOR, VIRGINIA: Ginger: Jubilynx: Pep Club: Usher Force: Totem Exchange Ed.: Minor Activity Ed. Annual Staff: Honor Society: Roll Rep.: Clerical Comm. TESSMER, BEVERLY: Tessie: Birthplace: Co- lumbus, N. Dak.: Attendance Office: Girls Club: Interest: Driving. THOMPSON, GARRETT L.: Gary: Baseball: Boys Club. Ambition: College. THOMPSON, GLENN: Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minn.: Ski Club: Boys Club: Ambition: Presi- dent of Marshall Field. THURSTON, DEWEY: Slugger: Spanish Club: Radio Club: Boys Club. Ambition: To put all this schooling to good use. Interests: Swimming, Hiking, Bowling. TORGRIMSON, DARLENE: Torgie: Birthplace: McIntosh: French Club: Girls Club. Ambition: A man who owns a car. Interests: Ice Skating, needlework. TORKELSON, GRACE: Gruss: Torch: Totem Weekly Bk. Page Ed.: Roll Rep.: French Club: Minute Girl: Study Hall Clerk: Interests: Math- ematics. IT. STUHT. SALLY: Sal: V.-Pres. Girls Club: Cab- inet: Triple L: Chrm. Sr. Banquet: Sr. Prom Comm.: Pep Club: Ski Club Treas.: T-Day Comm.: Totem Feature Ed, STURLAUGSON, VERNITA: Sandi: Birth: Winnipeg, Canada: Torch: Activity Card Comm.: Girls Club. Ambition: Dental Assistant. SUTFIN, MARJORIE S.: Sonny: Coronado H.- S. Chanters: Girls Club. Ambition: Marriage. SUTTON, RICHARD: Dick: Boys Club: Ambi- tion: Manage one of downtown Theaters. Inter- est: My 1950 Mercury Hard-top. SWARTZ, HELEN: Entered from Ballard: Per- sonality Comm.: Senior Finance: Counselers Of- fice: Sr. Dance Comm. SWENSON, JOANNE: Jo: Co-Edit. Totem Weekly: Sr. Dance Comm.: Sec.-Treas. Quill Sz Scroll: Torch: T-Day: Jr.-Day: Sr. Finance Comm.: Copy Ed. Annual. TAYLOR, DARLENE: Dee: Birthplace: Great Falls, Mont.: Usher Force: Sr. Roll Rep.: Girls Club Publicity: F.S.A.: Torch: Main Office: So- cial Service. TAYLOR, DAVID: Dave: Sr. Banquet Comm.: Pep Club: Assembly Comm.: Fire, Earthquake Squad: Spanish Club: Minute Boy. Ambition: Graduate from Eng. School. TAYLOR, ELLA MARIE: Elmer: Torch: Dra- ma: Chanters: French Club: Friendship, Person- ality Comm.: Ambition: Higher Ed.!: Interests: Shaggy. TOUNTAS, PETE: Greek: Torch: Sr. Week Comm.: Track Mgr.: Ski Club: Band: Chanters. Ambition: Engineer. Pet Peeve: People who slam car doors. TRELOGGEN, NANCY: Nan: Roll Rep.: Study Hall Checker: Girls Club: Ambition: Graduate from U. of W. TULLY, CORLENE: Corky: Ski Club: Chanters: Usher Comm.: Roll Rep.: F.S.A. Interests: Swim- ming, Skiing. TUTTLE, JESSIE: Q.T.: Entered from Mt. Ver- non H.S.: Band: Orch.: Swim Team: Torch: Girls Ath. Association: Here: Sr. Orch.: Social Service. TYER, BARBARA: Barbie: Totem Weekly Staff: Roll Rep.: Minute Girl: F.S.A.: Ambition: Medical Artist: Interests: Swimming, Fishing, Music. UHLMAN. NEIL: Shorty: Totem Weekly Ad Staff: Sr. Roll Rep.: Bowling: Earthquake Squad. VAUGHN, PAT: Pat: Birthplace: Bruce, Wis.: Minute Girl: Sr. Roll Rep.: Pep Club: Personali- ty Comm.: Friendship Comm. WAGNER, JACQUELINE: Jackie: Nurses Help- er: Roll Rep.: Girls Club. Pet Peeve: Boys who feed you a line. Interests: Roller Skating, Danc- lllg. WAKELAND, PATRICIA ANN: Pat: Treas. of Girls Club: Triple L: Senior Week Comm.: Torch: Chairman Jubilynx Dance: Pep Club: Soph. S. C. Rep.: Chanters. 1' i Z xx WALKER, DENNIS WALKER, SHIRLEY: Jeff: Honor Society: De- bate: Library: Girls Club. Interest: Mutt. WANS, BILL: Willie: Sr. Roll Rep.: Soph. Roll Rep.: Railsplitters. Ambition: To become 6 ft. tall. WARD, AUDREY: Audie: Totem Bus. Mgr.: Triple L: Torch: Drives Comm.: Tea Service: Activity Card Comm.: Health Comm.: Publicity Comm.: F.S.A. WARD, HAROLD: Wardall: Hall Patrol: Fire, Earthquake Squad: Boys Club: Interests: Isn't Mountain Climbing. WARD, NANCY J.: Nance: Chanters: Drama: Sr. Operetta: Bulletin Board Comm.: Desk Girl: Clerical Comm.: Pep Club: Spanish Club: Friend- ship Comm.: Minute Girl. WARFIELD, BOB:- Bob: Fire Squad: Lynx Club: Boys Club. Ambition: Engineer. WARREN, VIRGINIA: Ginny: Totem Weekly: Personality Comm.: Attendance Office: P.T.A. Dance Comm.: First Aid Girl: F.S.A.: Friend- ship Comm.: Roll Rep. WATHNE,. KATRINE: Birthplace: Lista, Nor- way: Ski Club: Drives Comm.: F.S.A.: Friend- ship Comm. Ambition: College. V. ,. ,Q , l . is we 42. ,fm m :Q-M., WILBUR, ADA MARIA: Miss Muffet: Main Office: Talent Show: Sr. Revue: Chanters: Sr. Play: Minute Girl: Operetta. Ambition: Show Business. WILCOX, FRANCIS: Fran: Wha-a-show, Star Light Review, Bellingham H.S.: Talent Show: Sr. Review: Roosevelt Ex. Assembly: T-Day: Jubilynx: Sr. Banquet. WILLIAMS, ARLENE: Arlenie: Ski Club: Ac- tivity Card Comm.: Sr. Play: Standards Comm.: Health Week: Drives Comm.: Roll Rep.: Torch: Attendance Office: Bowling Team. WILLIAMS, WALTER: Walt: Birthplace: Los Angeles: Basketball, Newspaper, at KNS H.S., Kodiak, Alaska. Ambition: Aeronautical Engin- eer. WILLIAMSON, DON: Bud: Chanters: Boys Club. Ambition: To Attend College. WILSON, BRUCE: WILSON, ELLEN: Entered from Libby, Mon- tana: Girls Club. Ambition: To Climb Mt. Rai- nier. WILSON, JANE: Janie: Usher Force: Health Comm.: Pep Club: Spanish Club: Minute Girl: Chanters: F.S.A. WILSON, RETHA: Mo: Health Comm.: Senior Play: Friendship Com.m.: Drives Comm.: Main Office: Honor Society: Roll Taker: F.S.A. WELCH, JIM: Bud: Football: Track: Hall Pa- trol. Ambition: Electrical Engineer. Interest: Football. WERNLOF, JACQUIE: Blondie: Chanters: Ski Club: Pep Club: Usher Force: French Club: Health Comm.: Personality Comm.: Friendship Comm.: Pet Peeve: Getting up. WESSEL, SYLVIA: Blondie: Chanters: Ski Club: Sr. Review: Bulletin Board Comm.: Drives Comm.: F.S.A. Ambition: To Graduate from the U. of W. WEST, DON: Donnie: Basketball: Baseball: Roll Rep.: Intramural Football. Ambition: To be a Coach. ' WESTLING, PAULINE: Paulie: V.-Pres. French Club: Torch: Talent Show: Sr. Play: Main Of- fice: Spanish Club: Big L: Ice Skating Comm.: Personality Comm. WHIPPLE, SHIRLEY: Health Comm.: Desk Girl: Minute Girl: Roll Council Rep.: Social Ser- vice' Comm.: Spanish Club: Art Comm.: F.S.A.: Personality Comm. WHITE, JAMES: Jim: Movie Squad: Boys Club: Ambition: Fly for the Navy: Interests: Hunting, Flying, Skiing. WHITE, SHIRLEY: Drives Comm.: F.S.A.: At- tendance Officeg Ski Club: Creed Drive: Health Week: Ambition: Attend the U. of W.: Inter- ests: Skiing, Dancing. WICKSTROM, FAYE: Triple L: Student Con. Rep.: Talent Show: Torch: Jr. Day Comm.: Chanters: Totem Weekly: Health Comm.: Drives Comm.: Ski Club: Pep Club. WINKLEY, DON: Winky: Torch: Totem Week- ly: Sr. Drama: Quill and Scroll: Hall Patrol: Spanish Club. Pet Peeve: Totem Deadlines. WISE, DONNA: From Chehalis, H.S.: Sr. Fare- well Assembly: Golf Club: Ticket Salesman: Of- fice Crew: School Paper: V.-Pres. IE'.B.L.A.: Parmerette Princess. WISSLER, SHERRY: Punchy: Sr. Play: Sr. Roll Rep.: Jr. Roll Rep.: French Club: Bowling. Pet Peeve: Loud People. Entered from: Russell H.S.,Atlanta, Ga. WOLFSTONE, BETTY J.: Bea: French Club: Ski Club: Roll Council Rep.: Pep Club: Roll Rep.: Minute Girl: Interests: Dancing and sew- mg. WOLL, FRANCES: Fritzie: Ski Club: French Club: Pep Club: F.S.A.: Art Comm. Ambition: Dress Designer: Interests: Singing, Drama, Art, Medicine. WOLTER, ELIZABETH: Liz: Birthplace: Beth- al, Alaska: Talent Show: Sr. Play: Ski Club: Ac- tivity Card Comm.: Drives Comm.: F.S.A.: To- em Cub Issue. WOOD, MARGARET: Maggie: Dance Comm.: Personality Comm.: Mixer Comm.: I'.S.A.: Roll Rep.: Ambition: Get to California. Interests: Photography, Dancing. WOOLLEY, BILL: Birthplace: Winnipeg, Can- ada: Entered: John Oliver, H.S.: Square Dance Club: Track: Basketball. WRIGHT, JANET: Honor Society: Pep Club: Minute Girl: Usher Force: Spanish Club: I'.S.A. Ambition: To Learn how to Cook. . -ef . 'tif' ff' Q Y ,f yVi e::i A ..ff :ff TH MAS ONNIE ' , sp. J , l5?,ff'QJf"jf,33'W LW ' f,.ff"f lj My Mika 1. Jfa' :g.f..': -se? U .g fe , fi YOUNG, BOB: Mixer Comm.: P.T.A. Dance: Stage Squad: Hall Patrol: Football: Minute Boy: Roll Rep. Ambition: To be a Success. YOUNG, GWEN: Little Young: F.S.A.: Roll Rep.: Minute Girl: Student Council Rep. ZELLMER, LORIS: Lori: Chanters: Roll Rep.: Minute Girl: Ambition: College. .. 'I' - A,,:: Miss Williams Advisor Margaret Keller Vice-President Paul Nelson Ann Cole President Pat Hibbard Secretary iifnov Mavis Dodge Student Council Totem Reporter iff' il Lmiofz Cyan It was September of 1949 that the first members of the class of ,53 ventured into the halls of Lincoln. The fall of l5O brought the rest of our class, the Hamiltonians. We gave a tal- ent show for the freshmen and served at the Junior Breakfast. Our activities really began this year. We started off with a Football Jamboree Dance in September. Then the Junior Red Cross Drive which brought in the highest goal reached in the last three years. We served and decorated for the Senior Ban- quet. At Christmas we sponsored a Serviceman's Christmas box drive. Junior Day was May 23 in the theme of the Old South with a P.T.A. Mixer that evening. Serving the Seniors at Coin- mencement closed a busy school year. It has been a wonderfully successful year, but the best is yet to come-. 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Stan Kaltbranner, Doris Karr, Laura Kawamoto, Joanne Keffler, Harry Keller, Joe Keller, Margaret ' 'ii' il1'f "Tffff'f ",- -yil ""' fi " ' K N "i ' so Q. ,lr V p ' H T- .253 iz' ' "" a, Q L, .V n H f ,VA ,,.A f V ky ., - 1 " V ' . llyw 5 A A , , P ' -:Qi A r r ,J , , ,,, , q Vi,E, 1 ,A,1 3 Z 'lr' 4 f .,",1: m -if 1 fi S E A . '-' K V if a Kennedy, Charles Kennedy, Perry Kent, Georgina Kephart, Dick Kessey, Robert Ketzenbarger, M Kibler, Jane 5342 'hir r W2 re l 1 i l Kidd, Hazel Kind, Peter if VTWTV' A N E King, Carolann Kinsman, Vernon Kirkebo, Sy1Vi3fKifkDat1'iCks Dolores Klave, Irene Kleve, Carole K...r,., . 'ff uilfm-f . f,l -wgffs 1, 'W' 5' , , as , 01 iw ' fa-, 1, 22 :1 'f ,rrr if- ,E L e f 3' .4 ' Q 3 W gl' ks e M.. ' ' Hi 'W Knight, Dick K r uni 1- ,. af' A .,, if, . , f li, W..-, :L 2549 'yr-f Landaal, Larr Y La wif'- L in Lee, Faye ,pw - ax Lennon, Roger Hr: 'sv If PM 'Q' 3533? M5 Q' xx I Locknane, Barbara Loeb, Loretta. 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Jack McKee, Donna 'if' iv , .W .S wr .K Nelson, Don SV MN fra M Morgan, Joyce Moshier, Charles Mueller, Sophia- Mullen, Jim Munn, Arlene - 1,-y.1z::,,fg,4Qi2i1gw "1 viez3,ffzi,1e.a - . QQ-:ff -, 15511,?':Y2f2e'L-if'' f ' : 5 2 .. 'G ' Macwatters, Ben McAllister, Dave McFal1, Joan 'ri - " mi. .. l n fll , 1, l X lllo 1 ,o., ' V I V 5 3 if McKee, Jerry McKinney, Dottie McQuay, Don Q .f Nelson, Gecrgene Nelson, Marjorie Nelson, Paul ' L 41 a 1 iy. ,. 'ffl' Q' Mumson, Ann ,Ms ,,. .. .X L McGee, Charles McGinnis, Jack McIntyre, Sylvia , c ,,,,, V Vkgr 5 x me lie ,VV Napier, Flora Neill, Jim Nelson, Barbara Nesbit, Nancy Newgard, Joyce Nielson, Henry ,. 1 ,W I yy . ' 'Q F M M , EQ, " New ,iii ' Q I f V , - Nordquist, Clarence Noyes, Loren Nybefg, Folke O'BrieH, ROSGIMIY Oden, Joanne Odion, Anne Olsborg, Diane .V 015'-EH, JOY OISOII, Janet 015011, WHYPSI1 Ustermeyer, Denny Otto, .Tim Owen, Dick OWens,.Dixie K 5 E m v X X v , S bi .. sf "Nav Elf' , X if If x h e Q if r 7 159' ' - r V-', g we f .KW in 1 my ' Q H W Q i C 1 f R X f ff' T 52 3 Ph 11' Parson Marilyn Pattison Gerald PSCK. KAY Pace, Don Palladin, Donna Pappas, Mary Lou Pappe, y is , , ,V r UPP ,,,, , - V 5 , 'ii'r I ' f ' 1 ' ' , r- , , z -55, g,V, ly I ll Q, ag, V V ,,..: h . V , R, . V, :, - -Q . g My , Lg r 1 ' K - 4 v o i aaaa , f' . V l V P V if aaaa P o P if All i ,,, Pederson, Molly Peebles, Shirley Pelto, Clinton Person, Barbara Person, Nels Yffl, ' . ' 1"W f V y , 1 .,, V. Peterson, Christine Peterson, Don W M Peterson Lois Petrie, Lois Phelps, Donna Phillips, Drucilla Phillips, Margaret Plerlge, Barbara Ploof, Diflk IME ' -.W Poirier, Edna Polasik, Bob Polasik, Joyce V si ' ' l ' i . . , , K , Q VVV', A ,V V: All Q PrSS'G01'1, Audrey Proffitt, Joy Provine, Dotty it , w f V, l'.,,,, me ' . . A I at a zzl g . V , I :""- ' 3 517 2 , - be , a ,,,,,, ,.,, y 5 Rall, D011 ktamhorst, Karen Ransom, Loretta, 'll 'L gfd? A Sf- f I 'fig i rg' 152' Y 9- iiir Q j N, p r , i , , L If , M fr - Rig V 'il ,i ,ls L.. in .- ' Y I .,, ,,, .V -f V' 5 Ji Politte, Alice Polk, Nedra . ,fr K I .-If .. 5 ,gy e .. .,,.f I 1 Puetz, Pa'GSy Purner, Phyllis 513 Piggy ' 'z ., Vi' Ray, ROY Raymundo, Agnes Rehbein, Myl-tis Reynolds, Herb Rice, Alda Ridley, Jerry Polk, Ted Power, Donna , 1rr:Q:f,m.---.1 --,f -,f ,f , ,,f- F-,,r,,5,,,-,,r f,-f .. , pn, K VV f-4 . Radka. Phyllis Quam, Ann ' ,apr , . , ,sp A , 2 ,, . I ,.f,- wg.. V, wk l X, Vkk, h Reed, Judy Reeve, Virginia pr' 'Ns M fa VQ' Rindler, Susie 5 iw ers mx eww- ' ,... ,gs farm- H , ., Q" . l ' , . 2 V i A 0V! , , ,, l ! . . , ', , it , W v fl u 29.3 4, fm gh ,RT r 7 , yy, ' rf' ' ' ,Wa-M A 1, 5 . , N6 zl' - . -1 Ripke, Barbara Ripke, Joan Ripley, Bob Risan, Jeanette Ritter, Diana, g , M. 1-1. ' W ., , L.., ,.,,Q K e a as lt, . .. , T 3 ,. Z if , 'P R L "' w ,N get :Qu Roberts. David Roberts, Ron R 4 ff? r Rogers, Jack Rogers, Joy t j a r? ' M ' H ' o"' ' ' ' 'Y-'H L -an av: . ff ' 4 1? 2 Rowley, Joyce figs, A ,1 Q . Sand, Lois Rowley, Karen 'm .r .. Sandberg, Darlene E gf 9'- Si, - ,fe Z? M We a Scott, Ardis Shefchik, Bob Scott, Eleanor 55 , - ras-rsh Q. , W. 'X 1 .. 2 l K K if Wh- K fr . , r '11 x ::1,, 5 Rushmer, Russell Russell, Georgia if .,, 1 Sarver, Pat 5 Vkrk Scripps, Shiela 'fa' obison, Lois Rackstad. Thelma if ef 'N ff iw 2 Roholt, Helene Ross, Ronnie 5 Pvwe Rodin, Keith Rodlin, James Rodolf. Chuck 1 A , 3 fi , 5,3 F , , j .. , , -1,'et: T f-', f 2 ,viffzfz5a1f,?1,1f., '. in I "sii' dl l -ax 21 iors. 1 ers, S L Rostrom. Fred Rothlisbergerffed Rovig, Dick . -fl K " 'M 3 .f , -. 'K F, A L? I fg, W A ,, ' V 'Q ,Mg Yi' .4 -' K x w 'X 4 X ll . so VX of Russell, Mary Saegert, Marilyn Sanchez, Rita iyfi- Qt,,.,, R l 'ii Schmick, John Schmidt. Buddean Schmoe, Ruthanna Sclorsch, Merlin I A, I , 5 ,1 A V,:V gift 2 kV,k I 'S' a LE " J 'anna 'ir' ig mf. A-Us V if ',.,f, i ii-MP' W ,, s R riss y i is 1 l .Q ol Sedlak, Gary Selga, Irena Sha1111011, Colleen Shapley, Louise tai , ,lc . V U: 'rss at as in ,il A 'ai- ' T ,Q JA uv my Bob S' 'urdson, Darlene Simonsen, Shirley Simpson, Kathleen Shermon, Calvin Sherwood, Gail Sh0ftt, ig x x A I RMA'-' !'!w.,Ax S J 'S iiii i , , ,Q V I ,-,i ,. ' " f' -' I f,' 5 , ff, ,, 3:5 A f 3, Q ,ag I ' - if S lab. S J as N' , A- A , ,o If Sinka, Ilgonis Sipes, Janice Slind, 0riS Slusser, Beverly Smith, Chet Smith, Floyd Smith, Fred , "', ' , , Q ,, Q ' ,0 95 K . ..-l , I t .kk, , Smith, Sheila Smith, Susan Snow, Helen Snyder, Don Sorensen, Lois Sourapas, Steve SDUFY, Marilyn ,,i' My "ii iff? """'i if ' i,-," , ' + '.i.i 1 - '-', ,jr-ag ,i-' f ",i' 1 2 5 , S V, wx A Qi 195 , V. 1, 1-:ff . ., T j ' ' , ,1 J. 1 ,. X V V' I I 1 n, ,, 1 , , Squibb, Bill Squibb, Sharon Stanton, Shirley Steehler, Barbara Steele, Kathi Steik, Sandra Stenmoe, Joanne ', V.k,k J fy I uw f 3 ,-,,f 3 ,fkk ,-,Q ,f . a ' 1' 2 1 i 1 K J" - ,, ,3 " 53 nm LJ., S li Miy a gi 59' gfykhi V' "9 gl' A 182-Q I s , gr kr 2- X Q3 V V KVVV. Stenstrom, Bob - .r:w,mfna,:,.,aam1. . . ,.,, ,,,, ,.., iw M A Swanson, Ray .ty dwg' 4 Stewart, Sharon Stigelly ROSS Stoa, Bonnie Stonehocker, Craig aw5r,,e?i v w ri ,M Til Y Sweany, Gary Niue ,V Swenson, Joanne Tarbox, Shirley 7 I K !-ma. 41ix S ,, I Telquist, Shawn Thomas, Gail Thompson,Richard 'l'horstenson,Margie 'Z 1' .Yin "YZ, , 2- ,...f.',1 W ' i gf P Tucker, Fred Turner, Judy Strum, Donald Sundquist,Char1ene . - - ' p H-an 'Yr at f 'S S 'swf V 'yr if Tauson, Bernita Taylor, Elaine Taylor, Yvonne f""""""f"' WW' 1 "'.-2.-I sysai ivwiyl 5.4" x V -H W ' !1,,:"'4, 1-ev' . . fwyff,-if Ga .. Q. Tallefson, Jim Towne, Eudeli Treece, Gerald hi s K "Ja azz, b,V'.A :AII LV ,yr Ullman, Peggy Underhill, Janet Unick, Phil , A 'affiy 5 L' ei, 11 I Wa 3 2 f 4 '3 4 K -3.5 X ' Y fl l . . 1,-w.., ,gi i , 4 fi., , ,l I 'K I ,yew-' ' , K ,X ,.f ,S o I x s N if if 6 -M Vadset,Haro1d VanAntwerp, Edna Vermilye, -T01111 Vickers, Lawrence Wagle, Lawrence Wagner, Danny Wallingford, Jack .IW Ward, Carolyn Waters, Gordon Watkins, Hazel Watson, Shirley Whitham, Pat Whitten, Bob Williams, Dick Williams, Jan ld' Y? B X xx l - Weld, Gail Welsch. Sharon Wheeler, Shirley v' f ,f ' ww 1 W. . I ,:: " A if rrit tt , W ul Wilson, Barbara Wilson, Barbara Wilson, Donald ,,l. , l.,. l, , Q ,,.. 2 3 " -V K ' -V kr .7 U ,lls R V X .hl, i-'-. Winkler, Marvin Wolters, Darlene Wood. Aldee Woolley, Betty Worth. Marlene Worthingtonforrest Yanick, Miles V, k-.. fm W .o, ,F A aff. Q n 'W S ,.,,,1. -- ' ""' ' Yeadon, Marjorie Zavales, Jeanne is : x f. 15 ff U SS- I ts iq 'si XX? Q, A X 'q Y ' r -, Q 'el N' , X, 'Q' tekrx .K fx N 'E Q Zimmerlin, Betty Zimmerman, FredChristiansen,Warren Sanderson Joyce K , ' . lx l. S fs is . 41' as f"""" A 6.5: .I V' QV V : fu :tai g i 1' Q A4 s MR. A. P. JOHNSON Advisor JOANNE PRICE Secretary SALLY WOOD Student Council Sofzgomota Cfam To most of the future class of '54, this was the first year at Lincoln. Immigrating from Hamilton and Jane Adams, we soon became acquaint- ed, and in October We chose our class leaders: Bob Romstead, presidentg Pete Mansfield, vice president, Joanne Price, secretary, Sally Wood, student councilg and Marilyn Daniels, totem reporter. Now that We were organized, things began moving. In March, we had our Sophomore Assembly, featuring our own talent, Boy were we good. Later we found a Worthy cause and served at the Junior Breakfast. This year has been a great beginning to our careers at Lincoln. We hope that the remaining two will be as fine. BOB ROMSTEAD Pres ident PETE MANSFIELD Vice-President , Q f f ,- R r YR MARILYN DANIELS Totem Reporter Beverly Aahl, Jo Ann Aaron, Ann Adams, Richard Adams, Richard Aitkins, Betty Allen, Dixie Al- len, Barbara Allison. Joann Anderson, Joanne Ander- son, Joanne Anderson, Larry An- derson, Paul Anderson, Phyllis Anderson, Rita Anderson, Maur- een O. Andre. Barbara Andresen, Merry Arm- strong, Bruce Arvon, John Ash- ford, Carolyn Atkinson, Pete Au- re, Donna Balcom, Barbara Bales. Sharon Balzan, Annette Barclay, Elaine Barclay, Frederick Bare, Barbara Barker, Shirley Bartel- son, Ellen Barten, Dick Bauer. Gretchen Baugh, Carol Bean, Bill Belcher, Jim Bell, Sandra Bell, Reed Bement, Richard Bender, Marlene Benmer. Dick Benson, Jack Berg, Jerry Berg, Ron Bergstrom, Eddie Berk- man, Darwin Bickford, Sally Bir- insrer. Gordon Bisset. Tom Bjelland, Maurice Bjornsen, Marjorie Blair, Howard Blevins, Dorothy Bolmes, Delma Bosnia, Geraldine Bostone, Cherie Boul- ton. Sonia Bowen, Jim Bowman, Jo Ann Boyd, Jerry Brackins, Elbert Branstetter, Dennis Brenner, Rae Brewer, Noreen Briggs. Velma Brodnix, Kurt Browarzick, Diane Brower, Bob Brown, Vir- ginia Brown, Lorraine Brum- baugh, Ann Brundage, Robert Brunsdon. Barton Buckles, Marlene Buege, Ralph Bullock, Sharon Burcham, Anna Burke, Bob Burke, Barbara Cain, Bruce Cameron. Dyan Cameron, Annette Camp- bell, Sharon Cantonwine, Don Carlson, Myron Carr. La Rhea Cary, Marilyn Case, Marie Casebere, Bill Casselberry, Nancy Cathey. V VV of V VV V hi V , fswV or is-spam ra' as Baa L - ,f,, ' V V F ,V M 1, ,V VV 2, V. ' . J, V, W. W ,. V V ,, , if J re fre eag can Vat aa .V-nr, ,KQV V, V , fx QIMVVVV V ia AL' . x V ,gjawi , .ff"Sv. . ' . f A .- K U ' J V N VV " V ...qfw Ve, ,qw VV be V ,- -N ,V Mfi X, y K 1 .fo fe ,Q V Q V VV J 'Q ,K ' , lx ' ' Q' If' .-.asf A X ,, V ,,,..,7 ...dm Q we , V' l e"' if A V , , , wi . ' 'is , .i Q rw, -V at L.. A 'Q V ew, V, .,. , V at at f . Ng! , -- V...,,:, f n .. 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Ballard 7 0 14 Roosevelt 6 1 12 LINCOLN 5 2 10 Franklin 4 3 8 West Seattle 3 4 6 Garfield 2 5 4 Queen Anne 1 6 2 Cleveland 0 7 0 BILL NOLAN Varsity Football and Baseball Coach Q 1 4: N. ii if 3 NORM DALTHORP Third Team Football and Varsity Basketball Q.,-Q 25 L. W. JOHNSON Golf Coach , "-4? 557 A K wwf K, -:J . ,Z ,, 2 'S r , . fl 3 rg, 1 gs. t ' ' fff.le'f'J,wr 44 . 'A 5 3 Kilim in .......... i- . - ii sfigia. -'ff 5 BYNG NIXON ' Line, Track and Second Team Football Coach .ar er .,,,, X .5 . ff' 5 . Q' A 1' as .il JAY DISHNOW, SR. Int ermural Coach and Third Team Basketball i fx, 1 'Q we s , rr' .jggikl STARR SUTHERLAND Tennis Coach L Roosevelt 11 1 Ballard 9 3 Franklin 6 6 Queen Anne 6 6 Cleveland 6 6 LINCOLN 4 8 West Seattle 3 9 Garfield 3 9 BASKETBALL 1952 Second Team W L Roosevelt 10 2 Ballard 9 3 Queen Anne 8 4 LINCOLN 7 5 Cleveland 6 6 Garfield 4 8 Franklin 2 10 West Seattle 2 10 BASKETBALL 1952 Third Team W L LINCOLN 10 2 Garfield 10 2 Cleveland 8 4 Queen Anne 8 4 Roosevelt 6 6 Franklin 4 8 Ballard 2 10 West Seattle 0 12 VARSITY TRACK 1951 PTS. Garfield 36 Roosevelt 241f2 West Seattle 21 LINCOLN 20V2 Franklin 13 Ballard 12 Cleveland 2V2 Queen Anne 21!2 SOPHOMORE TRACK '51 PTS. Roosevelt 38112 Cleveland 36 West Seattle 21 LINCOLN 18 Franklin 111f2 Garfield 9 Ballard 7 Queen Anne 2 TENNIS 1951 W L PTS. Roosevelt 7 0 14 Ballard 6 1 12 Franklin 5 2 10 LINCOLN 4 3 8 Queen Anne 3 7 6 Garfield 2 5 4 Cleveland 1 6 2 West Seattle 0 7 0 "5" 'Dm-l gh. realm em- F 5,-r' .4 fl" L.. .,,, -,.,.4e'P , X 'A , U amiga Q m ul t. l W- 4 wt ,Q . 'Q ,,,, -.-s.,,,,-ut . wc, M... K K M, 2 7 Q 7 Qoofgaf! in e- 4 ee- Reviewing the 1951 Football sea- g possible second place tie or fourth son. the Franklin game was the au- fe , " "MN Place at Stake were really up to par important one for both teams. Each for the contest and played a great one could have had a crack at the game, but Bauafd after ha-Villg the championship, but after four tremen- , A' ' DFCSSUTG 011 them all Yea-1' didn-'t dous quarters and a muddy field the ' ' V E falter and successfully checked the final score was 0-0. K Lynx attack. Striking through the The Lynx started the season with my ' .f V air for their two touchdovsms and a sluggish 8-0 win over a hard-fight . e - . most of their yardage, the Beavers ing but undermanned Cleveland team. Meeting Queen Anne, who had previously tied Garfield, a real feat then, the Railsplitters rolled over them 33-7 in a game predicted to be close. The Lynx could do' no wrong! West Seattle-the Lynx could do no right! As the game progressed it was apparent that an upset was in store for Lincoln, when the Indians pushed back the Lynx with a two-touchdown splurge in the second half after Lincoln scored once in the first two quar- ters. Final score, 13-6 West Seattle. Following two years of being knocked around by Coach Hull St Co., the Railsplitters boomed them with revenge! Lynx 46, Teddies 6. Garfield, the pre-season favorite, with only a tie with Queen Anne to their credit, were smothered 27-7 in a fine game by the Lynx. After the Franklin tie which has been mentioned, all the pressure was on Lincoln and Ballard with a fu overwhelmed the Nollanmen, but not by much. Only by a hard fought game and after having a touchdown scored on them for the first time all year, did the Beavers finally win 13-6. Leading ground-gainer in the city high school league at the close of the season was How- ie Hamblin. Bob Herring, junior, ended in third place after a terrific year as half-back for the Abes and we're looking to him for an even greater showing next football season. Selected for the All-city offensive team were three Lincoln players: Howie Hamblin, half- backg Jim Welch, tackleg and Jerry Brockey, guard. Brockey and Welch were also placed in the defensive line-up with team mates Bob Herring and Bob Gan- zini. Because of his inspiring leadership qualities, three- year letterman Bob Ganzini was awarded the Foot- ball Inspirational Trophy for 1951. A fx- iuiyvql A? . J! M .M .QM MM U fi ,!?iLA fafq XMAAA nf W J fgyb 4 Kwik dl I HERRING, BOB Halfback. No. 1 Wt. 140 All-City, Junior HAMBLIN. HOWIE Halfback, No. 15 Wt. 170, A11-City, Senior Leading Ground Gainer MORGAN, BOB End, No. 19 Wt. 181 '- Senior .1 x .1 D ox .I l 76 HOUK, DOUG Halfback, No. 3 Wt. 146 , 1 .ga3f'25:e:r-51 ' , 5. 1 .ff 'ffm' ' fliifff L-'ETL feiiiffifwififiggf rf W3 " , i'i:Q1fYS1f K' ' ' - T--,'7,I52:?i, If-1, 'i-- , " - .1 'Q'WSffflfi'51 ANTHONY, AL Halfback, No. 8 Wt. 163 Senior MILAN, BILL Halfback, No. 7 W Wt. 167 64 Senior ' Q 1 . GANZINL, BOB Fullback, No. 28 Wt. 178, Inspiration All-City, Senior " 1 Q , my gi if E K X S wi 2 J 2 . S 3 nl if S , 1 ,S 5 K an M2 S as S vngrw 1 ' Q bf, 1 fi in 95,3353 JM L S , 2 Ts , T ,ff r ,Q My Si . . 1 ,.. ,, X. , W- ,gg my r I " w bf X 'i 22. N389 x wi 1. sw Q1 R 'S 1 Egg . ,L . if 1 1 , , .,.. MEISTER, BILL End, No. 13 Wt. 163 Junior JACOBSON, JERRY End, No. 17 Wt. 171 Junior SQUIBB, BILL Halfback, No. 5 Wt. 152, Junior A11-City Hon. Ment. 'f 1 ffuaggl ,, ,Na+- BROCKEY, JERRY Guard, No. 30 Wt. 191, Captain All-City, Senior BRADSHAW. DARRYL Tackle, No. 34 LUNDBERG, DON 1 1 a ' End, No. 10 P' wt, 160 Junior FRENCH, DOUG Tackle, No. 36 Wt. 203 Senior as was Q ,, ,S aeaei S . 4 ., df Q and Urs-s WELCH, JIM Tackle, No. 31 Wt. 202 All-City, Senior Wt. 187, Junior All-City Hon. Ment. HALL CHUCK Guard No 29 Wt 195 Senior STOA, JIM Guard, No. 21 Wt. 178, Senior All-City Hon. Ment DUPUIS, BILL Tackle, No. 33 Wt. 212 Senior u RIEDINGER, GEORGE Quarterback, No. 18 Wt. 168 Senior HANSELL, PETE Center, No. 16 Wt. 181 Junior 77 ni SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL The championship second team, coached by Byng Nixon, had a sea- son's record of five wins, no losses and one tie, that being a 13 to 13 draw with the Garfield Bulldogs, These boys Won the championship because they had the fight, the spir- it and the Will to Win. The second team provides more seasoning for players not quite able to make the Varsity and also sup- plies them with reserve strength which the Varsity could not do With- out. lst Row: Pete Aure, Dan Dippery, Folke Nyberg, Rudy Erickson, Ted Rothlis- berger, Don Brown. - f JQZQJL, 2nd Row: Rod Hilderman, Henry Hall, Jim Ellis, Dick Rovig, Chuck Kennedy. 31d Row: Leroy Schmelke, Dick Thompson, Coach Nixon. Camera Shy: B111 Mcnonaid, Kick Grmois, Artis Peterson, Ralph Brown. f,cQgUL,fL LW mama, fWUWLl' . 0 'K .' LLNN H A sf' 1 4 A ,Q ' E' ji f13lQ-H1 ' " f ,.,, ,' if ,ff " X V'Nr"1"" I QT bleed? , IL V '- " 1 " 1 I we I ,, 1, f. 1 fr - A JL Pzfl' wr, 11 1- K .,, THIRD TEAM FOOTBALL The third team football squad coached by Norm Dalthorp, showed a good running game in finishing in a tie for second place with a seasons record of four Wins, one loss and one tie. The primary purpose of the third team is to give Sophomore boys their first inter-high experience and to get the boys to play as a team. When the Varsity and second teams come through with championships it is partially due to the coaching they have had on the third team. lst Row: Mike Daynag,John Soyengesg Bob Jellosedg Ray Chriltiansong Jim Trumbullg Dick Rohrbackg Darrel Davis. 2nd Row: Bill Thorntong John Volkusg Harlin Laymeng Miran Carry A1 Star- kenbergg Ed Odlin. 3rd Row: Ron McA11isterg Ed Kennedyg Bob Winklyg Dick Jonesg Coach Dal- thorp. One of the smallest and most hus- tling ballclubs in Lincoln's history finished the 1952 season in sixth place after playing their hearts out in every one of the exciting twelve games. Although they won only four games their speed and deter- mination were still appreciated by every student and Lincoln follower. Led by Captain Don West this squad earned the respect of every 37. The Franklin Quakers barely won out over the speedy Red and Black when another last quarter ral- ly fell short to take another thriller away from the Abes by the score of 2 45-42. The most dramatic- game of up D the Whole season was played. against the front running Teds of Roosevelt. I After being way behind in the first - half, the Lynx came back with a 'F' 43-42 lead at the end of the third 7 Q czagafgaff ' 3. team in the league. The five starters throughout the most part of the sea- son were Don West, Bob Herring, Bill Squibb, Bob Campbill and Pete Mansfield. The other Lynx stars this season were How- ie Hamblin, Gary Keffler, Bob Morgan and Dick Jones. Starting the season at West Seattle the Railsplitters managed to hold on to a slim lead and edge out an inspired Indian five to win 34-33. From there Lincoln played a very fine game against highly favored Bal- lard at the Ice Arena, only to lose in the last minute 32-28. The rest of the first round was one heartbreaker after another. The Queen Anne Grizzlies knocked the Abes over next by a 42-33 score. The Garfield game was one in which the lead changed eleven times and then after getting a one point lead and less than a minute to play Garfield dropped in the winning bucket and the Lynx cou1dn't score. The final score was 38- f" quarter, only to drop the last stanza MUMMM and lose, 54-52. The Indians were easily taken by Lincoln in the second round as the Lynx finally gained their second win. Due to three starters fouling out in the middle of the second half the Beavers romped home with a 58-42 victory. Jumping back from defeat the Lynx upset the Kuays 50-46. Winning their second game in a row the Abes bowled over Garfield 44-28. The Green Wave caught the Lynx again, this time 46- 41. With the finest display of school spirit, the Abes kept on even terms with the Roughridcrs until the sec- ond half. The Teds then took a 38-34 decision ending one of the most exciting and hard luck seasons in Lin- coln's history. This squad will be remembered for their fine sports- manship in losing games which is just as important, as winning. S1- ,lAi"""A DON 6 , .W Capt. P v BOB MORGAN Forward-No. 14 5' 10" Senior . . ' ig MD ga , X fwzxf: V, K - S-u,,f. w ' ' Q .rs 4 k . E if , 'fr if Vjw' v. V 'A Li' 12 "fb'AW ' :f"'f "f-'Q' fin' f 4 J L. W f 1' A 33 4 if'1QY',5'.f'1'??'Q:7Lff'if5YiiiEV,5-5?sQ5: ' ' " 1 ' . 1 . . s ,Y -. 4 fa-M -1 Q- 7 A - " ' ' 1' :sw N ,-N2l'Viz iff ' In- X ,, , 3 , gfvgi',jQ9qg9p.Nfq,,?Ef2 iw N f 1 w ,fy , j M VK-,,f ag.,-5,L fi-i ,-,we gh A .,. ,lj i Q , ,V jifgypg , L 0 ' k NH L ' V 'hlmmi jffuff, ' ' 1 ' f K 1- 'N W ' wa' pi,ia,-Q,.'kg?'faij'l??.+?' J ,-ff X.. is K 'b ff 555 15 ,fl I, f-N32 ww 55,5 Vigil ' 5 GARY KEFFLER Foward-No. 6 5' 9" Junior Row 1: Doug Houkg Bill Gustafsong Al Camerong Jack Mur- Row 1: Rod Marting Bob Romsteadg Larry Luke: Ken Weiser phy. Danny Robinson. Row 2: Boyd Givang Tom Dyrnessg Dwight Binge. Row 2: Terry Critchettg Herb Syversong .Tim Hanson. Row 3: Clarence Nordquistg Dick Jones. Row 3: Bob Jellesedg Don McLeodg Ron McAllisterg Ray Chris tianson. SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL The Lincoln second team, coached by Norm Dalthorp and Jay Dishnow finished their sea- son in fourth place with a record of seven wins and five losses. Outstanding in the scor- ing department for the Lynx were Alan Cam- eron, Doug Houk, Bill Gustafson, Boyd Givan, and Dick Jones. These players along with the returning varsity lettermen will comprise next year's varsity squad. THIRD TEAM BASKETBALL A fine hustling ballclub was this year's third team who completed their twelve game season with a record of ten wins and two losses. Under the fine coaching of Jay Dish- now, this comparatively small team tied the Garfield third stringers for first place. The most stalwart players were Danny Robinson, Jim Hansen, Bob Romstead and Ron McAl- lister. Row 1: Dave Reynolds-Scorer: Ken Davisg Henry Hall. Row 2: Chuck Kennedyg Vern Bower-Timerg George East- I!'L3,I1. BASKETBALL MANAGERS The basketball managers are an essential part of the squad, keeping uniforms and equipment in shape for the season's play. The scorer and time-keeper have vital jobs calling for concen- tration and accuracy. - L-is L t ' iw?-ies w -"' 'fy . f. V ,gt ,gg-,gm .,'. , Paul Farrar, Pitcher All City First Team 611 il 6, , "' fa: t, Q F 11 1, if at ff L . ,. get 3 A 1 QQ Kieth Peterson, Outfield A11 City Second Team Tom Magee Outfield I y aa ...- rr E , Z- rV if . ., ' A ,,,, W Jim Smith, Outfield All City Second Team QL. Bob Davis Catcher 82 Doug Swartz Phil Godfrey Jack Hardman, Infield Pitcher Short Stop A11 City lst Team 7 WG, 'Zilfy Bdiigdff on "7 253 :ykl H 2 I yn VV 5 'a g .pil Y ' Wg? Th 19 at frm L' 1 b f if, finiZhed5l:heefr lejalmgaigneinutlzitirrd pisaeciillafjtrgi being nosed out in a playoff game with Garfield for the second slot. Starting out the year with a five letterman team, the Lynx dropped the first game to the league champions-to-be West Seattle Indians. The team then settled down and won six straight games, the most notable of which were a 16 - 3 victory over the Queen Anne aggregation, and Paul Farrar's nine inning no hitter against the strong hitting Indian nine. This was probably the best pitching effort turned in by any hurler in the league all season. In the remainder of the seasontheRai1splitters dropped out of their first place position by winning only two games while losing three contests. This left Lincoln with a record of eight wins and four losses, good for a second place tie at the end of the season. In the playoff game with the Bulldogs, the Lynx batters suddenly went blind, and helped Cal Humphries to a new league strike out record by obligingly whiffing eighteen times in the game. Keith Peterson was voted the Inspirational Award winner by his teammates after the season's end. Other honors reaped by the Lincoln batsmen were All City positions by Paul Farrar, pitcher, and Jack Hardman, second base. Second team All City mention was gained by outfielders Jim Smith and Keith Peterson. Smithledthe league in bat- ting with an average of .385. . T 2 ::,v. ',L. 1 -:V 1 E ,,L .,.:,, -:L I. ,Q ...., Y , st , fs ,sg .,. kLWILL kk,, , . .. , t 1 . I I n . ' 1 1 Ni- 3, ' V .,,q ,4 t 3 I r y e Dick Hart Bob Herring Catcher Infield Howie Hamblin Infield g Q Q d 2' --ef Ag sid , Q' Qilrf I xi we il I xo , 'J K Don West Infield aff Bill squibb Infield Paul Sava Infield Row 1: Vern Bower-g Howie Hambling Jim smitng ROW 21 Warren Christiansonz Dwight Binge: D011 Jack Murphy: B111 Squibb: Bgb Herring: West, Clarence Nordquistg Garrett Thomp- Jerry Jonesg Herb Syversong Doug Houk. son: Gary Se'-i1aCk9 Dwight Lewis! Ray Christiansong Phil Bennisong Don Carlson. 7 Q5 2 Baasgczff '? 39 l Left to Righty Martin Serna, scorer: ghugk Hall: Dave Reynolds, scorer: Ke avis. Il The second place 1951 Baseball team left behind them five lettermen which formed the nucleus of this year's squad. These lettermen are infielders Don West, Bill Squibb, Howie Hamblin, and Bob Herring and All-City out- fielder, Jim Smith. Up from the second team were Doug Hauk, outfielder, Bruce Kennedy, first baseman, Jack Murphy, Garrett Thomp- son and Gary Sedlak, Pitchers. Coach B111 Nollan had a big job finding someone to fill the shoes of All-City pitcher Paul Farrar and the hustling catcher Bob Davis. The spirit and determination that the team displayed will long be remembered at Lin- coln. 156491, kings-s I Cf., ..,, 5.,.,g na... was-l M44 .A -are.. nun E-'S -la 5 :ws .ca-" ' 'Mc .:'1. u--fm. Vigo. 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V500 iiihneld 'gh 'hopes fo e 1 2 Tra. - L x- 0' ip , Aswk' "VL X team as ight let en returned from 1 e 's ,L J' ' 1 X 0'-5 f gi? am. he returning lettermen A b ,. if' I f' i ni g the hurdles, Jim Clark, sp t man, 1 " 4 4 U , Keit Mnda and Jim Welch, shot putters, Terry X 15 C 0 t he 44 , Gordy Lawrence running the 880, Dale othlind, a distance runner and Darrell Dido, broad V AYX A The strong points of the Lynx Cindermen appear to be in the Sprints, the distance and the shot, while the high jump and the pole vault need some strengthening. l Y if, if f30?.l.lI1p61'. A f Q Q ' we QA Y An over-all picture of the Lincoln thin-clads showed 84 them to be in good condition for the '52 track season. I 40- ,gcc ROW 1: Gordon Arwineg Tom Tucker, Charlie McGee: Lloyd Kinnerg Don Brown Darryl Bradshaw Marsh Mc Curdyg Darold Bieber, Henry Hall, Miles Yanick. ROW 2: Doug French: Dale Rothland: Pacifico Robinson: Dick Ploofg Jim Welch: Bob Ganznn Jack Fairchild Jim Clark: Gary Jacobson: Don Anderson. ROW 3: Coach Nixon: Darryl Dedog Dick Jones: Phil Unique: Don Hellandg Gordy Lawrence Bob Gordon Fred Rostramg Attis Petersong Ron Williamson. ROW 4: Gary Lund: Kieth Randall: Al Starkenberg, Dick Thompsong Larry Dalzell, Chuck Kennedy Harlen Lay 111811. 7Q52 Ljzac I all -"E At the beginning of the Track season Coach Nixon's outlook on the Sophomore Track team was bright. With Tom Tucker running the 100 and 220, Gary Lund and Jerry Rasmusson running the 880, Gary Jacobson and Dick Jones the 440, Jones was also a high jumper, and Al Starken- burg the only short putter on the squad. They appeared to be in contention for the Sopho- more Track championship. , Q Qoff 1952 Returning from last years third place, this years golf squad was led by two returning lettermen and coached by Leslie W. John- son. Leading the squad was three year vet- eran Herb Magnisson, and Dick Masterson. The outlook for the season was bright with many prospects fighting for positions to fin- ish rounding out the squad. We congratulate a great team for their fine work and the best of coaches Mr. Johnson for his advisoryship, ROW 12 ROW 21 ' ,.ffY?5f'f. y 'H' 1' JJ' A f x ,jf I X, a x9 K W of if .3 Y f QD' " wif ,f ' if y if ,J emu: 7Q52 B , ' , :J 7 9 ,Ai'J IM' Miz' ' 'f' in ,wr rf!! ,J X N CL" f-ff! QR q 0 ff, X ft Vile With a team featuring three returning let- termen, the '52 Tennis squad was recognized as a title contender for the City Champion- ship being defended by Roosevelt's powerful '51 club. The Lynx rackeeers lost four lettermeir through graduation after last season's fourth place finish, but Coach Starr Sutherland's team was a well balanced outfit. Balance in ennis is extremely important, since the num- ber eight man is just as important as the num- ber one. Herb Magnussonp Bill Puetzg Don Sundeling Gary Falls: Mike Fol kins: Dick Masterson. Franz Dolpg Don Biggarg Jerry Ellis: Don Wilson: Ken Jocobyg Bob Harrop: David Steffen. ROW 1: Buzzy Brannan, Stan Jacobson, Ted Anderson. ROW 2: Don Lemke, Van Aikman, Dick Daniel. ROW 3: Bruce Martin, Gary Rumbey, Unis 'zmwza 1 FOOTBALL BASKETBALL, UPPER DIVISION Left to Right: Bill Frederick, Keith Baker, Don Horn, Phil ROW 1: Dwight Lewis, Dick Owen, Gordon Douglas, Vern Hannum, Phil Wickstrom, Dennis Edlin, Lowell Christie, and Bower. ROW 2: Mack Morgan, Paul Bushue, Bob Downing. camera shy Jerry Berg. , f- K : T 1 Q Q L . , I ' ' - f I fl ' f ', - I I .VJ 4, J 1. AIX wL1NG 500,-Don 5.5, Row i LOWE B0 Jem Yetegob YWHOX Row 1' Andy A R DIVISI 1 bmw- - mer, 2: B Dostle, ON 1 V Mein Ylxllviu Mclkllis ruce Kenned Jerry Hawki it to Ilgh 'woiganv axzigli- yi He ns: Herb L9 on BYOW nshaw SYVG1' det50ns D K 'Kurt' ' so-H. Chee ' LBBOY SWIM TEAM TABLE TENNIS Row 1: Grace Church, Virginia Larson, Marie Caseber. Row 2: Left to Right: John Kirby, Don Blissen, Van Aikman, Dick Ray Swanson, Ed Kerny, Don Helland, Don Flaherty, Bill Fla- Daniel. herty. 87 PNN 511 1' 1 c 1"'1 ' Mc 2 ,F ,L , Y, 5 iifvegigigx' , 7 Q c Af- - . f ,Q ywgf-sf '-:it":' KP, K x nl i'.!x,'iQ Ji' M Q-sf fa -Q ew 1 cgffff 'QQ-f ' if:-'wx 'D c w' . - f , WZ, K, wa? KJ-"i' r- L9 ' 3 I Mm V ff K -4:2 l W Mum- cc aw-1 1-ri, wwffcca rg fc' 1-f 1' 1-Q "' v-,tag ,. " 6"-fsq' 'fm' 5' , I '-5 x irc 5 2 .fc f if y ' 4- V- L6 5 'it ' 5 I xy Ji I 'Q ' 4 V fm! M f cc ,JL c , c ..., , L,.. L fl ., i :.ZV. -' N, L cf Lzhf f . sf V - L ' ,,L , , ' A ,. - , Aw - gf: v.L. - A 1 c cc c c c WA! wid 1 W 5 K Y , n f ' W - I W, ' ..,. . . A V H ' E, f f? SPRING SONGLEADERS Peggy Keller, Dotty Provine, MaryAnn Sjurson, Sharon Welch, Pam Brainard, Joyce Price. 5 LL.,, fi X ,Q ,ag J ' .. .. w w ..- n gwf:J.4mi2g,,,, ' f f .-5-rg . 'hr K ' ,f ' mf A 'i'f""m -.Q , V ,if-if , , if X V, ,, M 13. is c .- , 1:2 - if vw ,c .K . -f , 1 - . Q- , cf. . F. Q ,U if Q l 1-if 1 ,A Ap fy . 4,1 'L " 5, .. - gum, 'Y w SH-, 'L i -1 A A V f ff V. I it Y, IN ,gf U , , 5, 1,5 , jf 'ti ..,. 'af -- . gg 1 IW, 5 , , WMWV AV ,7 v--, .,,,:5f.:- , .L V w www., - 1 ---f A - ' Iywsg.::V x '14gi'5fm1"WM- up i M-fs '1yj.,.u 1, 6, if W . W' "'w.,M' , ' , xl . V A V 11+ -W ,, ,',. fl ' w H , fa., ,mm Q -4.+-M' V" i If ,N M, ,W , LW W Eight peppy songleaders kept our spirits and enthusiasm high at all our games this year as they lead us in our school songs. The girls in their red and black corduroy vests, white jersey blouses and pleated skirts, ad- ded a colorful part to all the fun. Miss Moe- ser and Mr. Pitzer aided the girls in their new routines. FALL SONGLEADERS Pat Carrollg Joyce Priceg Mary Ann Sjurseng Dotty Provineg Pam Brainardg Sharen Welshg Peggy Ripleyg Nancy Davis. f WZ --419 ' -4 .agp f fx F mf ' Jn 'WU' J .5 l q M 1 t , MW ,P jj... I I w i - ROW 1: Bob Sirbyg Bob Shorttg Tommy Tucker. ROW 2: Martin Sernag Paul Bushue LeRoy Matthews. "We've got the coach, team, pep, steam. fifteen rahs for Lincoln's team." Let's give our cheerleaders fifteen rahs too, for all their wonderful work in leading the cheers at all the games. Always available when needed, they really livened up the student body Witli their peppy cheers. ROW 1: Don Browng Roy Casperg Bill Belch- er. ROW 2: Jim Dodgeg Bruce Arbon. Not shown is Fred Redford. FOQTBALL MANAGERS Much of the hard work that is back of all the glory of football is done by the student football managers. They helped make it eas- ier for our players to win 'those games out on the gridiron this year. 90415 i JI' op L VI 59,1 Q, A I Qing, U I T .Sir ppb'-1 e'f'?'?i ylvfjey l M, 9 tiff if-i xy.. W, , L Q- f fi. it X in3gAj' 5f' i grad gh gfle Ciekgirhxisl slition H th y SEQ otbgy 1 nd t e u 1ng volley ba lg aSSjgC1eC: zby, i M ever, r rdsen I L oln. Cantains of theZA?'ol1ey,nterIij1s e Jaeii? M1 ni Meicho, Beverly Sands angdph r otte Dowman. Anna urke anking 17th in the nations junsgr o Lng leag and first in th Seattle leadue, kept our bowl- 1 te ' , ' th L 1 e rslgij Wilt fthe HI'I'iVa1 Of SDI'iI1g other girls enthusiastically turn the. otllght. Basketball enthusiasts turned out under ' Ann Brown, Gerry Cain, Charlotte Dgwman and Penny t wer Woodlawn for softball Fish flaps and Side and back S 90 rQ3?Z'gUhused groans and dislocated joints to members of the fifth per- .io . . . . umbling classes. Eileen Plesko and Jackie Miller won both the sin- es and doubles championships in the badminton tournament, while Adri- enne Engle and Ann Brown won second places. A year-round gym class in golf was coached by Mr. Nollan. The girls were taught the fundamental rules and strokes of the game. Later in the spring they practiced on the turf at Lower Woodlawn. mania Azura iz,-df 'WMM Basket girls, a ready and willing team, bring us our baskets at the beginning of each period. They collect lock- er keys, and are helpful assist- ants to the gym teachers. urn we Q 'X . xx , rf 11 L9 ROW 1: Beerly Firth, Martha Gilbert, Marianne Laskares, Carrie Manus, Shir- ley Coughtry, Adrianne Bnge, Oddney Strom, Jackie Miller. ROW 2: Janet Sellar, Ann Patrykus, Marguerite Las- kares, Pat Johnson, Pauline Westling, Lona Hillman, Marianne Mohlman. ROW 3: Jeanette Bronk, Pat Sarver, Sally Anne Dayton, Charlotte Dowman, Mary Fowler, Sally DeJa1'natt. To join Big L a girl must have earned at least 500 points after her freshman year by partici- pating in at least three after-school major sports and various other minor sports. The first event on the agenda this year was the Big and Little "L" initiation breakfast, followed by the selling of large Lincoln pennants, popcorn, and lapel pins, and a few exchange parties with other school clubs. Big L's biggest project was the All-City Luncheon, at which they were hostesses to seven other high school letter clubs. Miss Moeser served as advisor, Carrie Manus, Vice-President and 1, T. Marianne LasKares was Secretary. Jackie Miller President A girls' letter club at Lincoln is Little L, an crganization for all girls interested in sports. To be eligible for membership, the applicant must have earned 500 points in her previous junior high school years through sports participation. Members have been busy earning more points for Big L membership qualifications and competing with Big L members in various games. Besides acting as hostesses along with other Big L members in the annual "play day" for all high school letter clubs, they also gave a pot-luck dinner for officers of the Girls' Club, LLL and Big L. Officers Were Darlene Radford, Penny Milan ani Toni Meicho and Mrs. Hull was adviser. Jaffe " " ROW 1: Kay Leivestad, Kathy Sen- ior, Rose Nemmich, Toni Meicho, De- lores Radford, ROW 2: JoAnne Jen- nings, Judy Jacobson, Burke, Anna, Penny Milam, Helen Pogson, ROW 3: Jean Tuttle, Beverly Noe, Mar- lene Benner, Helen Priedholdt, Car- olyn Kendall, Dolores Radford President ww Lf, w k ' ,'LL - , A , . - ,.lv , BASKET BALL V LlIl1B 'J"HN-Klul 553. .XL g'5-'v L-.q,..m1..lL Divx TM, L. f4.x.- QMS Q, Q VA it E57 if-,X :mf VOLLEY BALL OLLEY'TENNIS 551, . , X, f 1' , ' ,I ff' ' , I I 4 f" S. ' f ,, .,J I 14 'f- 'ff N , - 7. I I l SOFTBALL 92 - BOWHJNG . ? 'JI 3 , ' BADIVANTON TUMBLING I v 1 lr l 4.1! N P 5 I . V rft.. f .-'X P J Mid E GOLF wY n ..q...-...B-fa.,-+4.......4,M...., .. ,, , TABLE TENNIS TENNIS 1 U :spain ff, A Q , .-,,,MNx ' A ':fffH.we- ,A , W D A ,H-Q JCUUWUUUES f J 6 ,1 .W , 1 , , , 1451! P . L A1 V ,4. X W X , I I A 2 jf f I. ,rm V I, ' ' 4 ff , ,i 1 fp MJ. f- I 41,1 ff! jr, ,J MAJ. , ,,f',ff x 5 an yr 'K ff' J .1 I .9 ' 0 ffl . f ,ff , ,ff ff x , ' f- f ' 'X f Lffff , 1 5' ' Q f . V , ,' fy ,1 f , ,f f . nf .X fy ' f I " 5 . J. , f lg r XX f f' ,' 4 V' if p . X 2' - fl ' I , A 1 , y J X L VIXJ! K ,if LA ' I 1 JV! " , I j " lj If J ff! , f A " ' fs f f 'ffl . O if ' X 61,62 ,' jf- X I' n. f I 1 I Vx U I W X I f . ' x 1. .M J I f jffff F! V ' 54 f , , , ' f ' 1' . ',, n f . fb ll Jff' f . y Q," f ff . , I " J I rf, ,. ' A V J ff ff Y j I J 4' C' ' 47 ,f ' v A 1 ,- , ' if! X,-ef' A Q ' I V , "!I,,sl 'v I - 1 A f Cf! A' VX- J ' In 1 f ' I C EQ , .fb l ff , 4- A f f. LU X , MU 1 Q ff C ff, If X 5 V I rj I A f ff! L 400' , 1, 1' Jo' ,f" x I 34 J K fl xii f' J' If f X ' , , I I I ,f lf-X , , B., 'f . A.X' A fx.- Cyifyf ' !yfQ', 1 VV, fx . 0, 4 I ,I 1 . . ' ,1 X ' s Q , . 'l - , xx .. ' N. ' -Q ' " . Q 7 I- Wx ff . '57 W ' Q, " -- L . ' L. rt. L. -. H , QI..- 7 ' , x vt I-fr 'I LL S12 OGUZCZL A -4 - 1 M- " , .,, ., LN M. , -'L S.- "" .X , 2 K ' N S.....x - '- T 5 - . -" 5 - . , L 'L A . -S. Q . - Pj B - 3 lm . - "rl" "'- 1 . ' P" .f ' it Z: -- ' " 4 gf- -is . NT Nl ' - 1- + L -- :- 1.,.:f.. 'I ' l ki Q' 1 I . . BOB HORCHOVER I . ,, , 5 President 5 . " ' zrqmgzef:'ferwgwzss'lz. 'Q ' , . fl - - - X 4 , "f A .' . " ' TJ .. - 0 ' ' , ' " -5 Q. x my - f Aww-.r..,,. -A :ql:.... ., ly W wg f . -1 . - . 1 ' .Q ' A A f l . JANET McGINNIS Sr. Class V, Pres. PAYE WICKSTROM Sr. Rep. .5 M " aff 1 H 'I QM ...,. . mf 2 4 y ,r . SHARON SQUIB Jr. Class Rep. SALLY STUHT Girls' Club V. Pres. NICK MACKIE Sr Class Pres. EUNICE MORRIS Sr. Ren. Lgffi ' V ' ' f ANN COLE Class PAUL NELSON Jr, Class Rep. sam '. Mft' ' , u V: . J' .. r. 1 '11 5 an sf' 4 JIM CRUVER Bovs' Club Pres. . . ff EQ . if .f J .1 SHARON BURLEY Vice Pres, i - . MR. KOENIG Advisor '--- CHRISTIANSON Sr. Rep. A' "" ' vf:-. lyl' I 14? I 'l f I- p .W.. , PEGGY KELLER Jr. Class V. Pres. .N "1 . ANN BROWN Girls' Club Sec. ,. yuwtj' f ' ARVAN FLUHJLRTY Boys' Club V. Pres. "".s PAT FITZGERALD ' , Secretary MISS GARRIETS Advisor KATHY ANDERSON Tuple L Pres. 2 F 4 MISS MOE SER Advisor BILL MILAN Club BOB ROMSTEAD PETE MANSFIELD Sgphl C1355 pres, Soph. Class V. Pres. . ' .f. K- lf W ..f'7 1:52 ,,,A . , . . ,. -- BEVERLY FIRTH JEAN HAMMERSTEIN Big "L" Rep. P.T.A. Dance Rep. .E l BARBARA IRVINE Totem Rep. L.S,A. Pres. KATHY REARDON Honor Society Pres. 9 SALLY VVOOD JOYCE PRICE Pep Club Rep. -1 g.gf4s::gQvisr1 -M. wzssv . i ff. i Sally Stuht Vice Pres. Triple ' 'L" ,Q W., ,krr .ff M . , X A E Bev Firth Ginny Grahn Party Smndards . i gf' Q... X if , 1 Irene Johnston Barbara Jostol Drives L Tea Service 3 'Lf' K5 i n we er .H 1' Q Glenda Melvin Jackie Miller Lincolnette Big "L" Pres. . V,-r3 k,.,7 ,k,, V 7. IQ iirg .lj - ' ' T rr, 2 I - dxf Xxqagf I Eg 2, . Betty Carol Sellen Mary Anne Sjurson Usher Force First Aid .4 , t, I I an J .R ,. . with ,VA Merrlllyn Stewart Janet Arrowsmith Art Bulletin Boards in i L Wil? il - QL 'Ji 1 ug F' 153' , ,rp ,.,:,E: Bev. Buckwalter President ,W ,ws ' Helen Kirkpatrick Recording Sec. ' "vi"rr r Ann Brown Corresponding Sec. we-91' Pat Wakeland Treasurer Every girl, upon entering Lincoln, is automatically considered a mem- ber of the Lincoln Girls' Club. Various committees were formed to sponsor dances, assemblies, drives and parties. This year inaugurated the monthly Girls' Club Day which is dedicated to the girls and month- ly Lincolnettes, a publication of Girls' Club news. Miss Emile Hensel served as the advisor with Beverly Buckwalter, President: Sally Stuht, Vice-Presi- dentg Helen Kirkpatrick, Recording Secretaryg and Ann Brown, Corres- ponding Secretaryg Pat Wakeland, Treasurer. , ,- are Miss Hensel Advisor ' A .ff A+ ' Jean Hammerstein P.T.A. Dance if A, 1' ff . gf' gk . I 157 Jean Douglas Fine Arts Jean Heg Health 5 'Q , .1 Q ,i X z Peggy Keller Rosemary Larson Party p Friendship if 5 - Sharon Rickard Peggy Ripley G. C. Scrabkpfggok 1'irstwAid Nw Desk a vw -HSFY' Joan Slabaugh in YN -N, , 191: YV - 33.5, ' Dorothy Smith Clerical J Us Laureen Arlowe Bonnie Barrett L.S.A. Social Service f'. 1 u, if I-,f"" If ,lain ' f "' I ,of ,ff My I , .H 'jj 'ff Vtjflj!! rx -I v f-5 .f-ffl! X M 1, , ,, i Fred Jessett Senior Rep. 'W .1 isis Darrell Bangerter Jr. Rep. if """ 'fs W ' Bill Milan Lynx Pres. E .yr car My ful.. .J25L+- u - , -I 'A A ,, ki I 1 , 1- , I, f' ,Q J, Aw A WA ,uw-A K I, 'vlg 7 I ' ,"V' 3 .. , "Iv-'A lf, 1 , ' , -Mia-X. A ' Z J- P- Qlj- o Q AAI' . Starchavitch Jim Cruver ' I ' Advisor President p 2' A l , P - X , Nfl -nu,i?A.aL1 ,f'3f7j, ,rw 9 gfjyx-J .4 le fi: y ' Arvan Pluharty -' - , LZ- Vice President ,E iff" .QW ,,ee ' 7 Jwgczgik 'j 'r r P ' 2 A ' W h X V J ' i ' Er. Reb. ' l i? V f A 41lr1 J MAJ i l T . ,e,,, , Dale Rothlind ' f ' V Secretary -. ,Q ' Boys' Club members started the year right by moving into larger and remodeled quarters in room 102. Here Jim Cruver as president directed various Boys' Club activities. Pro- moting friendship throughout the school and aiding in school affairs are only a few of the many aims of the Lincoln Boys' Club. Max DiNise Lynx Pres. 97 President Kathy Anderson L LT, S X-:greg In Lanreen Arlowe .gif f , i f , SMf9I4...3?1'f1eY is.e I ...Cyinny V ,V it .63 Irene Johnston .',L, . r Vice Pres. An' '-1 Marguerite LasKares ,. ,..., L., .,, 1 1 5,5 Janet Arrowsmith Q . , vang . is 'iz Marilyn Christy 'ig Jean Heg .e-my I is c sh Q -it sas r . 'rar-ea r, E V iw N Barbara Jostol I My ir,-,K , , 1 My my si 9 .gf , get-yr z.L LV,i. , Glenda Melvin Jackie Miller - f,k,g 55 .,,V 5. r. ra iz.-I :-'g , W g Q at ,rf X. .f 1 Kathy Reardon Karen Rowley . eeor Sharon Squib 9 8 Sally Stuht rife!! ly Loyal Lincoln Ladies, a service group pop- ularly known as Triple L, is a goal of many junior and senior girls. To be eligible for membership, past participation in school ac- tivities is necessary along with good reccom- mendations of eachers. The group among oth- er things keeps the lunchrooms tidy and serv- ed as doorguards in the assemblies, They also sold their not-to-be-forgotten pencils. I , 4 JoAnne Bolan . ..,,.. auvefne Bjorklund . ..', ,,.. 7 . ii r ,., . "1 Q Q W . 9? Q Vhk . Q hlqpn Y. 5- Ann C019 W 6 Sharon Coleman .V 1-fi 1 T' ' ' . V I fm fr sg, on he V,-5. 41 an fi K L A. , ,, Pat Hibhard Bonnie Barrett -731122 HOSSfe1d , .. an .- fi, -f"f r ' ' k ..... p .W J ,. ,. ' .. s'. I I ,. - M lx Peggy Keller Helen Kirkpatrick Rosemary Larson ' ' 2 the . ' 'K -,Q 9 -fe 1--ff? r--Q.. ' . 2,2 451 'Q' N .aid Patty Neil Kay Peck Christine Peterson A ,km 12 ...M ,.. .s 4-1 , ' ee t i ' --.', -, ,, MAF. ky. '!"" kkkr A Ardis S5-Qtt -AAAAH N Janet Sellar 'Betty Caro1MSellen ,... ,.-' ' .lk, I .w i r Tai., K ' e. o f e ' , MAH . W A " si S ' A 15 1 Lu' 1, 4 Pat Wakeland Audry Ward Sharon Welch 5 . X l Sec.-Treas. iw X as- Donna Lease A-L! rr. pp..rs x...i Ann Brown ii . ,A ' YD v r 5 Maganne DeSpain M . A. ff' L Barbara Irvine Q- M :Zi n ,af V7 I .W-f......, ,a it it TL Kay Marksbury .L -fr . - 'i --fr Lois Peterson I if Q- - , ,f '-Lm""f!D' ' 1 ,, Dorothy Smith E Faye Wickstrom FP D4 4 .-. m 0 H fl? 'Liga gi? v- , fb . 5"?t5' , Miss A. Miles Bev. Buclrwalter .fs 912 K .Wan Douglai . .S-wiv-1. . i .al Jane Jacobson f r K , I is rf, -is n . V Janet McGinnis 'MK' .,e Ann Quam r , if Tacy Ann Smith , W W 6 V, f Barbara Wilson FIRST SEMESTER W! - ,:.,. Q ,. if 3 I Y BILL MILAN I I President FRED J ESSET Sec. Treas. 1- - ,. ,k, ,. A WX cw W' L Q sEooND SBMESTER - w.. r 3 U -bs, 1 MR. STARCEVICH 5 - Advisor Qs, , pr if A MAX DE NISE i L mix President I l E EELEE LEEE 'f I , P , K 6, Ms, ws DAVID STRAHAN Vice Pres. MAX DE NISE BILL MILAN Vice President 5ec,.T1-eas, The Lynx Club, a. service organization composed of junior and senior boys, actively participates in school functions. A good grade point average, and a desire to be of service to the school are necessary requirements for all prospective applicants of the group. Besides ushering, the Lynx also helped plan Pep Assemblies. 41" 4 ? DON BIGGAR DON NELSON LEE CROWTHERS lil an I E'llE VZAV VE I fs L ' . is ...d L -2 ziv is .4 JIM DONOVAIQ GEORG,EASTMAN DON ENGSTROM FALCONER, FLUHARTY I N riir 1 'zri I ' , A:v- in f' Digi? s f l E' .'l I -w' , I K - X K "' ' ",, 1' - . "ex , ,135 T if I if ,..:- E vi I 5 A L DOUG FRENCH JACK GARVIN DICK GRINOLS WAYNE LIMKE BRUCE MARTDT P c isi is .si i ,. in ' n v 1 ,L f'i I n , A , if V I prrl A , :Q ' i Q e 1 vvvrr , , DON MOEHRING TONY MOORE FLOYD SMITH BOB WARFIELD BYRON LINE 00 C70 -, 6 ,M ,1 23, ,Q . s , . . , , ,Y K MQ? ' H13 P , ,q,1q ,gg 'mv' -cj' H' 20 3. Laureen Arlowe Carolin Barnum ' fa' Jack Biggs 'M' 'K I K ' Jean Heg Lenore Howard Margaret Howard Ivan King J B i 'if t . a na W' A f 1 I L Vlbq R y Helen Kirkpatrick Donna Lease Ni, ,, rni 'iiiii J Marianna DeSpair1 Donald Engstrom Janice Ferrill in S . Doris Lokken .Q -:Z 3. I iyw- : , K A A , Ellen Wilson Janet Mc Ginnis Patricia Neil Joyce Pommer Patricia Pyatt Tacy' Ann Smith Sally Stuht K K .-.1 R 'LW h ' MR. ALTMAN' KATHYREARDON Advisor President 02201 oaiety With Mr. Altman as the new advisor, oer 350 students were members of the Honor So- ciety this year. Members were identified by the bar-pins and Senior Torches. Graduating seniors meet- ing he high school requirements were pre- sented with their permanent torch pins at Commencement and Wore bright red cords over their robes. 'Q iff 4- ' . , ' if or J if JANET SELLAR JEAN DOUGLAS Vice-President Secretary QR . P'- endafz Www S ' Row 1: Joan Robinson, Donna Lease, Carole Pervins, Donna Baunsgard, Kathleen Anthony, Carrie Manus, Bev- erly Gorley, Carol Meyers, Joanne Swenson, Joyce Barnhart-Row 2: Ella Marie Taylor, Marianne Schur, Mary Ann Sjursen, Sally Stuht, Janet Arrowsmith, Dorothy Kime, Rosemary Larson, Patty Neil, Ginny Grahn, Don- na Stevenson-Row 3:Mari1yn Preston, Faye Wickstrom, Jane Jacobson, Doris Lokken, Grace Torkelson, Vir- ginia Tormala, Elaine Hagen, Sharon Burley, Dorothy Smith-Row 4: J ance Ferrill, Cecilia Cloud, Joyce San- derson, Carol Lyon, Frances Jacobs, Jean Robertson, Shirley Peebles, Ann Patrykus, Shirley Reeder, Joy John- son, Tacy Ann Smith, Helen Kirkpatrick, Janet Sellar-Row 5: Shirlel Carlsen, Ellen Wilson, Carolin Barnum, Kathryn Anderson, Barbara Irvine, Maryann Cook, Jean Heg, Betty Carol Sellen, Nancy Huff, Ann Brown, Pat Wakeland-Row 6: Audrey Ward, Paddy Pyatt, Jessie Tuttle, Don Engstrom, Max DeNise, Bob Campbell, Dave Reynolds, Kyle Bayes4RoW 7: Retha Wilson, Anne Carman, Laureen Arlowe, Marianna DeSpain, Jack Biggs, Don Biggar, Bruce Martin, Victor Felton, David McCorkle, Jerry Jacobson-Row 8: Marilyn Taylor, Margaret Howard, Beverly Buckwalter, M. Stewart, Dick Goings. W! 'gdltdfls' Row 1: Delores Olsen, Ardis Scott, Rose Stigen, Shirley Tarbox, Sharron Welsch, Mavis Dodge, Sophia Muela ler, Lou Ann Henderson, Donna Herriges, Margie Dopps, Grace Church-Row 2: Barbara Haehnel, Laura Karr, Lois Sorensen, Helene Roholt, Barbara Locknane, Edna Harrison, Kay Peck, LaVerne Bjorklund, Chris- tine Peterson, Claudia Benedict, Judy Elwell-Row 3: Glenda Melwin, Susan Dippert, Marilyn Spurr, Durdio Hewitt, Susie Rindler, Harlene Harvey, Caroline Gundersen, Pat Johnson--Row 4: Sharon Thompson, Ann Quam, Lois Peterson, Marilyn Boyce, Charlotte Dowman, Gayle Barry, Pat Fitzgerald, Marcelle Cole-Row 5: Bob Stenstrom, Jim Tollefson, Charles McGee, Jean Douglass, Sue Anderson, Sally DeJarnatt, Ann Cole, Gail Weld--Row 6: Warner Heillbrunn, Fred Zimmerman, Pat Hibbard, Glenna Mansfield, Sharon Squibb, Bonnie Berrett, Sheila Callarman, Barbara Person-Row 7: Tony Moore, Boyd Givan, Darrell Bangerter, Jack Garvin, Gerald Lupton. S Qfamvzs' Row 1: Barbara Gray, Mary Quillian, Jerry Brackins, Judy Dobson, Jeanette McClay, Mary Alice Stablein, Joan Chatalas, Bev Aahl, Mary Alice Martenson, Virginia Purpur, Marilyn Ose, Janet Mills, Marilyn Love- Row 2: Mary Watson, Penny Milan, Anita Lazzaretti-Row 3: Joan Knudson, Pat Towslee, Kay Leivestad, Eleana Smith, Harriet Gallbier, Carole Ritter, Gretchen Baugh, Joanne Lindquist, Liz Hecht, Marlene John- ston, Sally Wood, Colleen Murray-Row 4: Carolyn Kendall, Arlene Hamilton, Mary Jo Hannasch, Georgia Frimley, Glenda Hartwig. Mary Ann Hoyt, Carol Holdorf, Sandra Larsen, Betty Monroe, Doris Werge, Jerry Rasmussen-Row 5: Mary Jo Nelson. Sharon Oswalt, Carolyn Napier, Donna Balcom, Jim Hatley, Franz Dolp, Cnrollyn Johnston, Lois Gross, Reed Bement-Row 6: Marilyn Hein, Mary Alice Witherow, Ruth Trimble, Joan Pitcher, Sally Birlnger, Jerry Edwards, Barbara Trimble, Lois Rostrom, Annette Campbell, Jennie-Claire Mund, Marilyn Daniels, Andrew Olson, LeRoy Matthews, Bruce Arvon, Ken Davis, .lim Zeeb, Bob Else, Ed Stern, Peter Li, Ken Purbush, Tom 0'Connor, Ian Scott, Glayd Perkins, Bob McAlister. Jack Kanz, Morgan Griffin, Pat Munson, Odd Lowell, Sandra Ocambe, Rose Ann Jacobson, Connie Kulseth, Don Jespersen, Howard Stull, Lauraine Garneau, Camella Harres, Bill Flaherty, Pete Mansfield, Geraldine Morel, Rae Manthey, Jim Dodge, Jean Cropley, Marilyn Hooper, Mike Gallagher. if I 101 - 102 352, . if rm ' ,- Qsiifsfi was I .,-L.- ,. ' .ae I MR. PRITCHARD Advisor IRENE JOHNSTON Opening-Sports a 6 M., A ..- DORIS LOKKEN Senior Editor we esrwfiswmwswswss,vswsraw on .rs.es,s,af- ,-we V ,, :g:igsi?e2w3g:Zs2'rff- 1 -Z, W. ,. 15,3 1.155552 if 523152 f ' :V 5- -at 'ff.m.af., an DAVE REYNOLDS Sophomore Editor -- .A VIRGINIA TAYLOR PAT KIRKPATRICK Minor Activities Aft Editor , .,. a.. ,. sg ,Wa , l if-w ali .. , .. s A U My ,ta A ,iss - ?H 1szeii . . CHARLENE BELKN AP Typist fl if 5 i Q K V, N ,'H?? 1, g ,, 11,11 ,g. ,V . V Q wii' , Q, ""'-im ,, if 5'-afar Q 5' iid! A J' W ww ,s,.,,,. D J .1 eg Zrflh '-5 'Aff 5' l Elm, 5, If ":'i ii A 5 ,,:' ff? "1:1f 'A, Aiiiii . 37 , 51.2. 3 ddfwlldl 530499 Early in September, annual staff members, selected by Mr. . Mi, ' K 'mn ,rl Pritchard, began work. Lincoln was represented at the Annual so "" A Conference at the University of Washington by three members. Pictures for the cover were selected and the artists began work after visiting many photograph studios. Along with the other high schools, the staff set up a booth at the Centennial Celebra- tion held in the Civic Auditorium. Meanwhile pictures were taken of the students and classified. - Senior Questionnaires were given out to all seniors. Copy Writing f Ls.,, JANET SELLAR 'Fld itor , j was Well under Way. In March, section editors feverously work- s ed to meet their deadlines. This over, the staff settled down for a hard-earned rest and waited anxiously for the day of distri- bution of the annuals. DOUG KING Faculty ,t 32 R .,, A4152 -, - ' 1 LORETTA RANSOM Junior Editor , . , k.., .k,,,M.2 ,,ggw fu uf ' . s , ' fm ' :fo f' 'MARVIN OXFORD Boys Sports 'Eff X dh H' W R ,ff F is . Q ff Ae' ,gr KATHLEEN JESSEE Major Activities 12252 A55 g A ,,.,,, 1 f mfe A W 1? A U: . rrr I 89' ELAINE HAGEN Typist ,. it ' ,'s. , . SS! v Q BARBARA RYNES Retoucher JOANNE SWENSON Copy 1 .Q atfiidaa .dl yzyh ' Q MR. JONES Advisor .. A-., ANN PATRYKUS Fall Co-editor I:-.4--1:-A fa, Q iff .. " f' -, JOANNE SWENSON Fall Co-editor r n Q.. ' M '70 V7?f!M FWEE After all the excitement and rush to meet the Friday deadline was ov- er, all of the Totem staff readily agreed that they'd had a lot of fun along with all the worries of To- tem issues. They kept the students well informed on school activities and campaigns and also gave them the t'scoop" on future events. Ron Cettie, Donna Miller, and Bud Holmquist, as ad managers, kept the paper financially supported while Caroline Barnum, Audrey Ward and Kathy Anderson recorded all business transactions. A daily Totem was displayed in the main hall showcase and was written and edited by reporters just starting in the journ. 2 class. Mr. Earle Jones was advisor and instruc- PAGE EDITORS i 4 TACY SMITH Spring Co-editor Q if-W 5 VD "V x . LX-.X MARIANNA DB SPAIN Spring Co-editor tor. ADD STAFF REPORTERS BUSINESS 8: CIRCULATION 103 L, 'f, fl'r1 Sf .1.3JJt wf, :Jw N, . alziot 555 ' is b ,142 Qi, AA if qfJU,f',P .v L 'gt A! A Lx:L7'f"'3-te if XX' lk U 4 5 1 AY! .ne ,v:,..,,..:5f : T - ,.A' ff Q., ' ' nfuasmsr f , ' - 'X 3 1. ' f,,' ,,-','.,'-' 5 .,,. o L, V X' . '- fi' ' E': wr 2'of?i1? .1 "'1i ' ...,., , M , .fr 1 LQ , . 'I f I , 1 4 . - A V ' I Vp 'jk . .lr J I 1 .Jodi KV, V u 1 U, x. Vffi -I l, . ri , The first week in December was an important one -Q.1Vfg,1,fj4 X tqvi y5L,2,,,, 0 for all the seniors. Dubbed "Senior Round-up," the lx J ' " ' Dec . week was continuously filled wth different senior J Vw . 7 , r L nn ' projects. The entire school enjoyed the assembly in the .XDJJV ., ,gil X Main hall during lunch. The week was brought to a . I Re me mbev- 00 grand climax by three big events-the Senior Banquet, '," M lj yj: -N Q .pk ' S nior Dress-up Day and the Senior Play. Virginia ' ' ' I J ' 0 l?lCllD10n J Bea 'mala and her committee planned this successful I ,W j o week with the aid of the senior officers and the class 'NJ 'lf xl 3 I - 3 , .4 If S u ve. ha s b c C Y. advisor, Miss Sleeper. AJJ fffw. J' I f Clloncl 'flrng tlnct. . .T . .y 11.-Qvywi 4,.fjx,,7' Eflrxlh Tofu WL 'rt,e'e. J WALNJ rf V. 0 107 S. .J had cf lo7 0 f 70 f' x , .Q W., .T San-f hope wc 00" I w l o'lf'Lf 7 A' S X. 1 ,' have czfvfff' Ofnm ,iff 4, i ' fq . Can Q L f. -ZIJN -A ' 1 wk lv ga y' MQ 764 X f07ff4fy ,J rflyflfkgafe ASM t yfjwlhfx , af r- we If-wffn to r mf fm rs Eff' A V, 1 9 mm. asf as fVl.35 Wdnrtlck f of fuck 10 .4 w""!"1Q'! 522601 Langue? ' I- a s IV U '4575 aSALL STUHT it eff? fpfftr The Senior Banquet climaxed the successful Senior Round-up Week in December. Beside having a delicious dinner, fine entertainment was presented. Nancy Ward followed the Western theme of the banquet with her version of "You Can't Get A Man With A Gun" and Sharon Burley read the class history in poetic verse. Topping off the entertainment was Janet McGinnis, Virgil and Veona Grace, Sharon Richard and Helen Kirkpatrick, Sally Stuht, the banquet chairman, was the mistress of ceremonies. 104 aniofz .f from The seniors of 1952 climaxed their year with the grand finale, the sen- ior prom. Dancing to the music of Bob Hawkes Band at the Palladium. they gathered together June 6 for an evening of fun and gaiety. Jean i ' D Hammerstein and her committee: ' ,354-i-.uf Joyce Price, Sharon Burley, Nancy if ' Gates, Darrell Dedo, Terry Stone, If p W' We Janet Arrowsmith, Helen Kirkpat- . X' -, fin., rick, Bob Ganzini, and Sally Stuht, .Q ' fy V were in charge of the night. I V Q .C f r if :J 2 gw, 7 If, .fi V if Y. . L 4 ' A .y V .5 JEAN HAMMERSTEIN ' " . H , ,V , I V 5 LF' V ' '-4 - X ,ij 4. W ' J 1 ' L 'b . L ' ' I, f X l 1 ' , f 4 X I , ' x D n P - - l i J 5 2521155 . ' . N x f' ' .. -- , l ' f ?r'waw ' 4 Q ,k . ' ,. , if , I xt' . .ca gf J I s L .K ' , Q - NV 'j .4:f'1fa,. fp-f'iff x..- Q W ' ACA .1 L . MARIANNA DE SPAIN n MR- LANG ' JANET SEQ-LAP vx ' . Advisor ,A " M s K , K , Q . Lincoln was well represented this yearqin Oratorical kcontests throughout the state. During the summer Janet Sellar won the city and state championships in the Knights of Pythias Oratorical Contest and placed 2nd in the regional contest. She also represented Lincoln in the Voice of Democracy Contest. Marianna DeSpain tied for third' place 'In the Washington State Resources Contest. Marianna also placed iirgt in the Garfield extempor- aneous contest. In the spring the debaters prepared their speeches-for the U. of W. Speeclrx Festival and the Knights of Pythias Contest and continuing Linxcolin. tradition were very i x ' successful. Topics of the interschool debaters were Crime Reduction andeigfational Conscrip- tion in the time of War. - Q, ROW 1: Bill Baumgartner, Ramon DeVries, Meredith Beach, Dree Knackk Janet Sellar, Joan Lane, Marianna DeSpain, Fred Vaselenakg ROW 2: Don Moehring, Btu? G. Martin, Don Engstrom. -.1 105 106 ,4-am.-,,,',L Lincoln's band, besides playing at the football games, participated in several double as semblies and most of the pep assemblies. Under the direction of Mr. Stanley Weiss they did much to encourage school spirit. The Senior Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Stanley Weiss, accompanied acts in the tal- ent show and played a major part in the School operetta, "Girl Crazy." which was staged this spring. Representatives from each roll room meet Weekly to discuss school problems. Later, an ac- count of the meeting is given by the representatives to their individual roll rooms. Students' suggestions and complaints are voiced through their representative. This year's council was di- rected by Janet McGinnis Gqcfvancacf Ugcuzfs 'za The Lincoln Chanters, directed by Carl Pitzer, sang for various civic groups, participated in the Seattle Schools Festival and made several radio broadcasts, besides singing in school as- semblies and the Talent Show. With three elasses to work with, Mr. Pitzer used them individually as well as together for big occasions. flees f ' ' E ' Y i .sw E i 1 ' l l ' l- A L W T5 X ,- QE r 4 gig In , rf g t 4 ' - f i V a 5 . E i ' i 5 e c fa a i N g., V iii. A i 4 A V5.4 , I ga K b I r " e ,re.e , r e ' K V- L - V A - t . . . "H-H - . 107 108 LY. The Lincoln Sophomore Auxilliary, originally known as F.-S.A., was formed to give entering sophomore girls a chance to participate in school activities. Selling pom-poms was its main project. Betty Allen was president, J' une Witham, vice president, and Connie Kul, kuth, secretary. Laureen Arlowe served as student advisor. Gqfgfefia owzci 2 Representatives from the various sports, yell squad., and student body meet once every two weeks to discuss current athletic problems. The athletic council constantly was striving to boost the morale and maintain high standards of citizenship among athletes. Assisted by Mr. Nollan, as advisor, officers were: Bob Ganzini, presidentg Jim Welch, vice-presidentg Henry Hall, secretaryg Darryl Bradshaw, treasurer. inure Qi mfs As representatives of their roll rooms, these minute girls and boys attend formal meet- ings twice a month to learn of the various activities and campaigns in the school at the present time. After a discussion period, the students return to their roll rooms with a sum- mary of the meeting. Sally Stuht headed the group as chairman. Avfucfy chlaff ggscga 'zz Recording absences and sign-outs in 118 and the Auditorium is ably accomplished by the studyuhall checkers. These girls, selected on the basis of their good scholastic and citi- zenship records, greatly aided the study hall teachers. Added responsibilities included tak- ing phone messages and running errands. 109 I I I Always on hand to promote friend- ship among the girls was the friendship committee. Headed by Rosie Larson, the members sponsored a "Big Sister" committee, a monthly Fellowship Table, a Spook House at the Jubilynx carnival and sent get Well cards to girls ill at home. 7M . . A member of the First Aid Com- mittee during each period adminis- tered to Girls ill in the Girls Club. Their duties included the care of the pillowcases and hot water bottles and the general care of the girls. Mary Ann Sjursen headed the com- mittee. alfetdagamd Ski Club activities included participation in the Ski Pair at Snoqualmie Pass. Mary Ann Sjursen and Ben Grevstad were inspirational award Winners. On Lincoln Day, Peggy Lorenz was crowned Ski Queen. Officers were Ben Grevstad, Denny Meyer, Peg Lorenz, and Lona Hillman. 110 'E 3 l :A K l Keeping the Bulletin boards in the Girls' Club and in the Main Hall posted was the duty of the Bulletin Board Committee. Janet Arrowsmith headed the group as' chairman. Their efforts were greatly appreciated by the entire student body. Www For assistance in their studies, students have found Linco1n's li- brary to be well stocked with refer- ence material on many sbjects. This library boasts over 9,000 books and a substantial file of magazines. Miss Eastman, Miss Beaver, and student assistants have kept the library so efficiently managed. Lead by Virginia Tormala and Nancy Ko ch, personality committee members were busy through- out the year with many successful pro- jects including a cookie sale and a shoe shine drive One of the newest organizations in the school, Pep The printing of the Liucolnettes and various other Club, has proved to be Very popular. Led by Joyce Girls' Club bulletins was the responsibility of the Cler- Price, they have done a fine job of promoting school ical Committee. Dorothy Smith was chairman of the spirit. group. 111 112 .4'o4z'mwl7ammf Establishing ownership of many lost articles around school was ably accomplished by the Lost and Found Committee. The office was open dur- ing both lunches and for a ten min- ute period after school. Miss Werby was faculty adviser. Girls from left to right: Marilyn Ose, B u d d e an Schmidt, Shirley Schmidt. 5 I In The Activity Card Committee ad- vised by Mr. W. W. Young, began its activities even before school started this year. They sold over nineteen hundred activity cards. Congratulations to Ann Patrykus and her committee. M. .5 . The main activities of the Publicity Committee this year included publishing and distributing the Lincoln- ette, and publishing the Girls Club news in the Totem. Glenda Melvin was chairman. 16064 Various drives sponsored by the Girls' Club have been suc- cessful due to the hardwork- ing efforts of the Drives Com- mittee. Under the leadership of Irene Johnston, the group has worked hard to make '52 a year that Girls' Club mem- bers will not forget. 37,-7. ,-4. Dance Many thanks go to the P.T.A. Mixer and Dance Committee, who planned so many enjoyable dances for the students. These dances were held in the Green Lake Field House or in the gyms. Jean Hammerstein headed this committee in the fall, and Sharon Rickard took charge dur- ing last semester. For students wishing assistance and advice on their scholastic pro- gram, the counselors' office is al- ways willing to help. With their files on colleges throughout the nation, Mr. Earl Cochran and Miss Jessie Orrell, are well qualified to aid the students in their vocational and col'- lege choices. Students assist them by taking messages, running errands and filing daily material. Deck' Assisting Miss Hensel throughout the past year in the Girls' Club were these Desk girls. By collecting and authorizing all sign-in slips, delivering messages for Miss Hensel and keeping the rooms of the Girls' Club tidy, the desk girls have helped to keep the Girls' Club running so smoothly and efficiently. Joan Slabough served as Chairman. Spastic Aides, popularly known as Spades, are Well known around school for their won- derful Work with spastic children. Officers were Loretta Ransom, presidentg Donna Her- ringes, vice-presidentg Audrey Ward, secre- taryg and Ardis Scott, treasurer. aww' 'lfk erti 113 114 ,-hee Planning all the Boys Club assem- blies was this group headed by Jim Donavan. The several letter assem- blies held during the year, were al- so sponsored by this group. z4'zZ .lefzazq The art library here at Lincoln is well known for its collection of books and paint- ings. Providing the students with a good lit- erary background, this room was open to all students having a free period. The ar library committee was headed by Jean Douglass. Miss Kinnear was the sponsor of the group. -4ip,,,,s. 0466 1'hese girls under the leadership of Betty-Carol Sellen, ushered at many events around school. Some of these were the Senior Play, Talent Show. Jubilynx and the Operetta. Not content to just usher, they aid- ed the Girls Club by holding two cake and cookie sales and a shoe shine day. 14 Collecting sign-in slips, recording tardies and absences and printing the attendance bulletin are daily due ties of the girls in the attendance office. Under Mrs. Bz1ker's direc- tion. the group has done a fine job this year. ROW 1: Ron Cettie, Ann Patrykus, Joanne Swenson, Sharon Richard, Patty Neil. ROW 2: Sharon Burley, Tacy Ann Smith, Conni Ackerman, Barbara Irvine, Rosee ad!! Quill mary Larson, Carolin Barnum, Jerrie Dull. ROW 3: Marianna DeSpain, Janet Sellary Bud Holmquist, Dave Reynolds. field, French Club members were lead by Bill Metcalf, president, Nancy Huff, vice-presidentg and Janet Lakin, secretary. Advised by Miss Scho- ? i and Scroll is a national honorary ore ganization 1' 0 r h i ll school juniors, seniors. and post graduates out' standing in the field oi' journalism. Prospective applicants are selected on the basis ol' their ability. personality and scholastic s t a nd in g. Meetings were held in room lOl twice a month. One of its sev- eral projects was the sponsoring of the daily TOTEM that was dis- played in the showcase in the main hall. Boyd 1551 OTCZE I l r Busy leading the German Club members through a successful year were: Mar- ianne Schur, as president: Connie Anderson, Vice-pres- identg Donna Millar. secre- tary, and Charlotte Dow! man, treasurer. Projects in- cluded a party, a movie and the Kandy Kane sale. Mr. Kimball was adviser.' The Boys Club Usher Force. direc- ted by Dave Strahan. ushered at all the athletic events and school fun- ctions, 115 Members of this group were train- ed in the administering of first-aid and the supervising of school drills in the case of any emergency. The committee Was assisted by the hall patrol in the many practice drills. Wall Zami Lincoln Halls were again safe- guarded by the traditional Hall Pa- trol this year. There were approxi- mately 4O boys, selected by grade point average and recommendations of teachers. Students in halls with- out a hall pass were taken to Mr. Miller or back to class. The hall pa- trol, reorganized this year, proved to be a big success. me: Pamz By checking the student speeders in the school's vicinity, this group of students has improved the safety of students during the lunch periods. They have blocked off the streets with signs and issued warnings to speeders. Under Darold Bieber's ex- cellent direction, the boys were Wendell MacLaren, Jay Kramer, Lyle Hoag, Wilf McAllister. fg?.'-,diy , , .. ,fn A Al 'eWJQ.,.f'r ""'---GQ-K Y :Q fl A ' ' ' at ., - mi it . :f e it ' KW In the main office, Mrs. Wash- burn and Mrs. Davies, clerks, with student assistants, manage school records, registration files, bulletin notices, switchboard calls, and also give out information. Wekome ' Tony Moore and his welcome com- mittee not only assisted new stu- dents in becoming acqainted with Lincoln, but they sent greetings to boys who were ill. 2442 20am The Book Room staff this year consisted of Bill Atwood and Ann Quam. The student's duties included issuing books to all students and supplying paper, jencils, etc. to the facul- ty. Directed by Mr. Hatley, the book room was open first period, Members of the ticket force. under the guidance of Mr. Sclieele, were kept continously b u s y throughout the y e :L r . Girls were in charge of selling the tickets to the many sports events and other school ac- tivities while the boys of the eonnnittee collected the tick- ets and checkod activity card admissions. -Z .9137 Excellent stage scenes were pro- vided by the stage squad this year at many assemblies, the senior play, talent show, and operetta. Shifting the scenes, dimming of the lights, operating the public address system and casting the spotlight upon the stage were a few of their duties. These boys, under the direction of Mr. A. P. Johnson, daily have shown educational movies to many health, language, history, science and Eng- lish classes. Popular movies in serial form have also been presented to all students during lunch periods. 117 118 Dry Y VM' N7 2 ,WLM " we ' , ,.-A iv 'VL' n . -fgm, f ' f f , ' I A-gf. ... vx-6.1-IV" 'U' Ji. ' V I i . ' A' VA,:,wA1, pf' MWJ' f,xf "7'x' ' ' vw- ' ' -' . " ffl.-1, .ul'f4?,: YA Q w I gfQj'J4 AG., 1 k 14.1 I ,JZ ,Ag-1- ,V lbw!- .f f,.,,v f:.,M4. 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I 4? was .1 Y ewsx A X ly 554 of fix gary .3 1,13 1. kk. 1. v The first-act murder trial of ex-chorus girl Yvet Gordon gave no hint of the hilarity to follow as the jurors of "Ladies of the Jury" decided the fate of the accused. The twelve jurors, led by Foreman J. J. Pressly, ar- gued for two days and two nights in the jury room. How wealthy socialite, Mrs. Livingston Baldwin Crane finally convinced her fellow jurors--a vice crusading spinster, a gardener, a chorine, a newlywed, and oth- ers-of Mrs. Gordon's innocence, made the play more than an evening's chucklebait. 123 1 x, Y-r. S ,1Q-, Wy W Z 02531 QA? L 'tin a 'K W: fl , ' - X 4 xx -1 f 124 Gps 'za bfa Party Tlme W .A K ,y 2 ,I ,..., .. Ti 4. 4 Q Q Q .::f... ,L , : . , S K :Y . ,.,. , ,. V ' 5' A what' s ,Up Wf'sh ead Gaisj f Y kiwi' 1 al q da X Q " , wang 'in M .1-'L LK' wsu H i p . 1.1 K .. in I ,YL . 1, ,,,.,g2 55 T5 Y Li 1 . , if egg I J' Y rp I 1 ig.. Qf5,! ,i .V ' ' .Qi ?'tY.i H mf Jil r K, .f'ff.'.. 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Ann Leaf " Conni Ackerman National Lithograph I Margaret Howard " Herb Magnusson Wards Bindery Stan Jacobsen Ann Cole Academy Press Vern Bower Brynne Branch Britton's Studio Bob Campbell Marianna DeSpain W, Keith Gould Muriel McAllister Tacy Ann Smith Robert Lee Arlene Williams Donna Millar Haroldif Sporting Goods X: I K Marguerite LasKares Marilyn Taylor Post-Intelligencer 1 V ' 1 X- Don Winkley Laureen Arlowe Shore Lodge, McCall, Idaho K ' A Roger 'Hansen Virginia Jenkins X 3 , 2 - - b , ' xr L--S ABOUT THE covm: Pat Kirkpatriick has ' cleverly blended a photograph from Shore ' . . Lodge, Mc Call, Idaho, with a P'ost-Intel- 'A , - lingencer shot of students at Snoqualmie - X' ' during Christmas vacation. The perspec- ,' K' . .' tive lettering is by Janet Arrowsmith. 1 ' A .. 0, ' kg- Where do the pictures join? 1 X ' is 128 1 puuuqnq - 'Vw , .. , ,.. ---awww. , 7 .- . .. W ,f ve gefu Q4 mpc! UN-"""' 'Me-' fw' rv-www OW" 'A - LM- wwwj fffz fZ,Qff ! N WM? 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