Lynden High School - Simba Yearbook (Lynden, WA)

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Manager ,ss,. ,s7, K URT SWINBURNSON Advisors ..,.,,,,L77,,,.L ,,,. ,.....,,s,,LLLL,, M R . LAMBERT MR. NIX MR. SPRINGER Forward "To everyThing There is o seoson, ond o Time To every purpose under heoven, A Time To loe born, ond o Time To die, o Time To plonT, ond o Time To pluck up Thc1Twhich is plonTed, A Time To kill, ond oi Time To heol, o Time To loreok down, ond ci Time To build up, A Time To weep, ond o Time To lough, o Time To mourn, ond ci Time To donce, A Time To cosT oivvoy sTones, ond o Time To goTher sTonesTogeTher,c1 Time To emloroce, ond oi Time To refroin from embrocing, A Time To geT, ond ci Time To lose, o Time To keep, ond o Time To cosT owoy, A Time To rend, ond o Time To sew, ci Time To keep silence, ond ci Time To speck, A Time To love, ond o Time To hoTe, ci Time of wor, ond o Time of peocef' EcclesiosTes 3:1-8 The Theme of "Simloo '62" is "Time". The Annuol sToTT hopes ThoT This onnuol will provoke memories ci few yeors hence, ond would like To Think ThoT iT will hold mony pleosonT, memoroble, ond exciring "Times" Tor you. Table of Contents AdminisTrciTion ,oo,..o ,,.. 3 AcTiviTies ,.,o..,,.,, ,,,, 9 SporTs ,,,,,o,.,,,,,o, ,,,,,,, , 19 OrgonizoTions , 37 Closses ,,,o.,oo,oo,o o,,,,,, 5 3 ,,,....-- nl We RespecTfully Dedicaie "Simba '62" to Mrs. Marilou Helmsing This year we are dedicaiing The annual To someone who has served us, The sTudenTs of Lynden High, many years in many ways. She has been a Teacher of Speech and Commercial courses. She has also given much of her aTTer-school Time To The excelleni direcTing oi The school plays for The pasT fifTeen years. NOT only do we appreciaie These Things bui also The everyday help she gives To sTudenTs by finding sfaples, a feli pen, carbon paper, a wig for an assembly, or mimeographing baskelboll sTaTisTics or campaign buTTons. As a Token of our appreciaTion for your years of service, we dedicaie "Simba '62" To you, Mrs. Helmsing. E. J. Clorkson, Principal, Mrs. Clay, Secretary, E. lsom, Superintendent FAC U LTY Another year has passed atlUH.S.and the Crusaders of educanon have fought another batHe Hithen never-ending war against ignorance. These crusaders are commonly called teachers. They have helped to prepare future doctors, lawyers, engineers, and farmers, who will be the citizens and leaders of tomor- row. Organizations and various activities have been strengthened by their guidance and advice. The new members of the faculty have proven to be very helpful and a credit to our school. The annual staff congratuknestheniontheh'wonderhMTobin yearspastand present E. BUURMAN B. COLE S. CLINE C. DEETER World Problems Sth Science Journalism Librarian ff? Q lmsmmli METER A B l Ya J I Xa X T l sr-XR' :Ji 4, ix., . M. be . J 5 s Y R. DICKERBOOM K. ERICKSON Science 8th Hisfory E. HOWELL B. HUMPHREYS English U. S. History 56 ff . ,f'.. ff . .Eggs . . my , 1 ww, " I fHf..f.2x KR 'X ii X ,Qc J 1 fm J 0 L5 W.: J. HARDING 81h Mnihemofics J. LAMBERT Foreign Languages M. HELMSI NG Commercial Depcrfmenf J. MABERRY Washington Sfcne S Vuufmi g .mci saf- if CN K. McAULAY M. MILLER J. NIX Business Educalion Mathematics Science R. SCHMIDT J. SLEETH T. SPRINGER Music Agriculfure English ii. J " Qi, QV" F5 - f 4' N rf I A in ' liil 5 f ...M E Ig .alfX . - G. SHOEL Home Economics J. TOP Agriculfure f 4 f ' J Vp" , 'H 1 1 V' 1 ' I if ff ,, i' 4 " 'K .gn s 1 K s 1 sf' xl, rf , , X , 2. . iv. 'Tl 7? x ,f FMP' , Q Associated Student Bod Cfficers Vice-President JIM DeJONG Treasurer GARY DUIM Business Manager MIKE VANDERGRIEND Girls Club President NANCY VANDER WERFF I96I-62 iv 17 President DALE NORDBY Secretary LINDA JOBE Publicity Manager WENDY HARDIN Boys Club President DAN ROSS EXECUTIVE BOARDS Picmred here ore The execmive boerds of The school orgonizohons, They ore The backbone of our school. They picnn The c1cTiviTEes, rnoke The lows ond rules, ond Carry Them OUT. Wi f STUDENT COUNCIL - Left To righf, Bock Row: J. Assink, D, Larson, M. WebsTer, J. DeJong, D. Nordby, B. Kildoll, Second row, left To right: L. Jobe, J, VunderKooi, S. Moberry, R. Smifh, B. Gcrske, D, Brune, G. Duim. Front row, Ieff To right: A. VonderGeissen, Mr. Clarkson, J, Koefje. Vonderwerff. Back row, Ieftlto right., G,oDuim,--D,'TxTBrdB,l. Feensfrof D. Wood, G, Bwurmoni Boikvrovrg le-TTvTBWri Mr. MocAulcy, Mr. Cforkson, J. DeJong, D. Rosa. D. Snapper, K. Shogren, B, Benson, D- BOGLWTNQGVI Munkres. SCHOOL BOARD - Left To right: Mr. Crabtree, Mr, Vinuf., Mr. Brandt, Mr. Munkres, Mr. Haan r.. . . mgfif U Fx if 8 'L- CUSTODIANS- Mr. F. Drosl, Mr. H. Dykstra COOKS - Mrs. Brower, Mrs. Drost ADMINISTRATION - The people pictured on this page are essentiaI for o well-run school, Without them we would not have good meals, a clean and comfortable school, and on efficient office, ond o good bus system, x5 if CAFETERIA CREW-Seated, left to right: M. Lagerwey, J. Meacham, D. Vander Yacht. Back raw, left to rigih: G. Ohmcrt, C. Vander Yacht, N. Vander Werff, G. Telgenhoff, J. Farmer, D. Nordby. OFFICE STAFF-Front row, Ieft to right: G, Telgenhoff, J. Vander Kooi, K. Shumway, M. Lagerwey, S. Crabtree. Second row, Ieft to right: D- Williams, C. Vander Yacht, D. Vander Tacht, J. Wynne, BUS DRIVERS- Kneeling, left to right: J. Weatherford, E B. Pen.' Back row, Ieff to right: J. Farmer, N. Vander Werff, DeHqan. Standing, Ieft to right: R. Dickenson, R. Huntley J. Doran, K. Shagren, K. Engelrt, J. Wefdkamp. C. Huisman, M. Tenkley, W. Shagren. ge ls K I .. , ci I fd I .i .. Rise ' ' ACTIVITIES JUNIOR PLAY "THE EGG AND I" MAIN CHARACTERS- Left To righf: John Wood, KaThy Ausink, Dave Wcod, Janis Heeringa, Marlys Osier. The Junior play This year' was called "The Egg and I," Taken from The book of The same name, wriTTen by BeTTy MacDonald. The play involved a family oT Two Teen-aged girls ThaT moved from The hearT of Se-aTTle To a desolaTe chicken farm in The Olympic Peninsula. The play, a hilarious comedy, was a huge success and was 'enjoyed by all. THE WHOLE CAST In "Your sword, your shield. Now charge!" "Help! Get me out of this thing Betty MacDonald .,r..... .,.,.,,, sJanice Heeringa Don MacDonald ,.,.,,.. ,...,,,,,,,,, D ave Vfood Anne ,,,.,Yw.,,Y,,,,..,, Joan ...,...,...,...., ,,,,....Kathy Ausink ...s,,,Marlys Osier Thad .........,V.,.,.YrY,..Y..r.Y. .,..rr....,,, J ohn Wood Delicate Daisy .,.........,.,., ....4.Y. C arol Waldemar Mr. Manic-Depressive ....,,,,, ,YY,,A,,. W ayne Huismon Corinne .........,.r,.,.,,.v........ .,,. ,.,Kathy Shagren Fishface w...........Y,..........V YY,,r,,, A rlyn Nelson Hi-Baby ..,,..,,. JJ ..,.....,.,,.,. Ross ....,... s..Gerrit Buurman Gary Simonarson ,,,,,Neil DeGroot The Lingery Lady ....... .....,.. Grady ........,.......,,..... ,.........VVV. Millicent Ames ......,..,,. ,.Y,.... Barbara Francisco Larry Peters Sandy Weidkamp Thermometer Tessie ....... ...o,.,s..... F aye Miller Migs Linden ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,ss,,,,, J ean VanDyke Larsen A,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,.... J ohn Sleefh Paulo ,,,,,,,, .,.,.,,,........ J udy Wynne Toni w...... Gloria Langstraat Mitzie .,..... Pat ..,..... Babe ......,., Director ...,.., ......,,.,.Judy Olson ,Bonnie Van Dalen ...,,,,,,sl.ois Neufeld ,,..,,,.Mrs. Helmsing "That was fun! Let's do another one "Pound the pounds away." KING HOWARD HEPPNER QUEEN MARILYN BRUNE All Sports Royalty At the beginning of the sports season, a king and queen and their royal court are selected by the student body to reign over all sports. The festive week is concluded with a corona- tion and a serpentine through town. At the end ot the year, the queen has the privilege of speaking at the annual Pep Club banquet. JN X JUNIOR PRINCESS BONNIE VAN DALEN I JUNIOR PRINCE MIKE KILDALL SOPHOMORE PRINCESS BONNIE LAGERWEY SOPHOMORE PRINCE CURT MABERRY SENIOR PLAY "DEAR PHOEBE" CAST-Left 10 righiz E. Rough, M. Polinder, J. Weidkamp, G. Telgenhoff, F. Andersoh, D. Nordby, J. VanderKooi D. Munkrcs S. Crabtree B. Liffengrin, C. Shczgren, C. Boehringer, A. Nyquist, L. Benisen. The onnucil Senior ploy vvos "Dear Phoebe," odopfed from The Television series stor- ring Peier Lowford. This riofous ond explosive comedy is concerned with The hectic events Thor foke ploce in the ediioriol offices of The Daily Star. Bill Hosiings is o lilceoble young college 'reocher who is Token on The stofl To write The odvice To The lovelorn column, "Aunt Phoebe Goodheorif' The story is mixed with suspense, humor ond exciiemeni. "Put her in here." "Ono-la-lol' Cha-chu-cha! ! I ,JIM I ...ff f,-,,...--A if ,,.,, .,,,. ' , .L '.,q3izr,-gwf,'fi lg K J, Q, l f f f,. V wires. M to 3 fm' .Illia JE? " . Comforter of the poor." "Oh, I forgot. Dresses don'fl1ave panrs pockets." Bill Hastings ,,,,,,, , , Mickey Riley rr..,,,,, , G, R. Fosdick... Y, l-lumpy ,,,.,,,,..,,.... Maude Miller ,,,,,,,,.,... ,,,,,,,. Sandra Wincnell ,,,,,,,, ..,,,,, Victoria Parrish ,Y,,,,, ,..,,,, Palsy Connors. , ,,,.,..Bob Liflengrin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Dale Murlcres ,,.Y,,,Carol Slwagren Floyd Anderson ,Gloria Telgenlwoff Marylane Polinder Connie Boehringer s,,.Judi Weidkamp CAST Rochelle lylignonne YY,,,... Olga ..,.,....,,,,,,,...,........ Y,V,.. ,...sSl1erry Crabtree .Janet Vanderliooi Rocky Gilbert .,..sss,sss ...,,,Y,,..., D ole Nordby Windy Hill .,,,,,,,,,,, ...s........ E rnie Rough Big Joe- Moroni, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,s,,s.,..,,,,,,,,.,.... l. lei Bentsen Gangsters ,,,,,,,,,,,,,A ...ssi.s G ary Duirn, Alvin Nyauisf Director ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.s.,.s.. lvl VS. l'lelrY1SinQ ff if 'l've got you covered!" Are you crzy?? fr: 1 .. ii, 1, .f I gg 3 5 l Sweetheart Personalities Each year the F.I-i.A. has an election from the Student Body to choose the outstanding personality traits. Pic- tured on this page are iust a few of the I96I-62 personalities. .. 41'-ff' SWEETHEARTS Linda Cook DEPENDABILITY Janis Heeringa Dale Bedlmgion Gary Duim as fm- Memes WU fe -'via' s. - 5, ,Q ll SPORTSMANSHIP Marcia Verduin Howard Heppner NEATNESS Patti Holleman Don Larson INTELLIGENCE SMILE Phil Brandt Sylvia Lankhaar Sonia Swa rtos Larry Kingma Junior-Senior Banquet Because of The laTe banquet This year, iT was impossible To include picfures of The evenf. However, The food, decorafions, and enTerTainmenT were enioyed by all. "PepperminT Lounge" was The Theme of The banqueT and The room was decorafed To resemble The famous resTauranT of The same name. The color scheme of red, pink, and while, ond candy canes of various sizes compleTed The decoraTions. l General Chairman, Kurt Swinburnson x Decoraiions, Bernie Bovenkamp, Kathy Ausink EnTerTainmenT, George Fredlund, Barb Benson, Gerrit Buurman Programs, Janet Harvey Food, -lean VUf1DYk0, FUY Miller Tables, Helen Houg -NDN s i.i 'TUE.NED.THU.FRl . , f, .?,, fx F W .2 3 x F3 ' Y .I F . F lik? u " iii. 'T 2t""i' I I 5 f i F .5 'y tv Y ,. 1 N - :fee--5.5. :,4,,-- A, . I ' Mi 'fli- . ,.,, t 'Yi f'f2'v sf ' ie. .' 5 ,i ' J- V F' if F iii --- ...ss-.,,. . , . w-.s---,gfiz .35 f . A f J 8 f . 1 ' ' K- f , ' W 4 - I, h W 1 L J . -UN Cl ,W N, i Fi sv- F' 4 ,f""s. it H- i " ft 'Je 7' . ft ff s ff-is-.5 .st T .. " NN, nent 'ME N 7- August 30 September T6 30 October 2 5 6 T3 November 4 8 l7 23-24 December l 12 20 23 January 2 i7-19 26 February I3 20 22 MaryJane Polinder. First day of school, Football, Oak Harbor, there. FHA Regional Meeting. Teachers' Institute. Girls' Speedaway Playday, Lynden. Crowning of all sports royalty. Inter-high Council, here. FHA regional meeting. Senior parents' night. "Memories Are Made of This." Junior play, "The Egg and I." Thanksgiving vacation. Basketball iamboree. lnter-high Council, Bellingham. Music Department Christmas program. Christmas vacation begins. Back to school. Semester exams. Basketball, Nooksack, there. Inter-high Council, Mount Baker. Girls' sports day, Ferndale. Basketball at Ferndale, County Champs. Washington's Birthday. 1 f CALENDAR OF EVENTS Every year tvvo Senior girls have the iob ot making and arrang- ing the school calendar. This calendar keeps the students inform- ed on the events of the school year. The l96l-62 year was brightly and cleverly illustrated by Gloria Telgenhoft and March 2-3 7-lO I7 23 24 28 30 April 3 6 7 l l l7 l8 23 24 25 27 May l l 24 27 29 June l District Finals, district champs. State tournament at Tacoma. FHA Demonstration Day, here. FFA Banquet. Northwest music contest, WWSC. State FFA convention at Pullman. Encl of third quarter. FHA Banquet. Senior play, "Dear Phoebe." FHA State Meeting at Yakima. Boys' Club Box Social. Career Day, WWSC, Torch Club Banquet, Sports Banquet. PTA Open House at High School Armed Forces Day. Spring Concert. Junior-Senior Banquet. Mothers' Tea. Last Day for Seniors. Baccalaureate. Graduation. Last day ot school. SPORTS W? f S Fa if gfi L. W9 N . -m fx, V4 ,Q V4 YM, N 1 - . , an wsf fi' , .H - V, 2. fw . .V fs Fx ,Lk 1, z .. vi fp' ?'1vk3f 4 95 Y 5 S h P AQ Qsf ' I: 5-, Q A Zag? -'S ,, Q, ,I X ' -, , 1 Q A , 4 Q 4" gg. PM -f V ,i 1 K .V E W 25 4 ag gf ,gf x 52 5 af Q ,W w w , , . , ,. V, , ' 3 fist. ff' 15 ' 'Mlm 5 4 31" U- 5 ' ,f L 1 . 'wwf YELL LEADERS, S. Swurtos, N. Verduin, S. Crabtree SONG LEADERS, P. Holleman, C. Shagren, D. Hove v v 1-,ffl ., " T, IT., f 253'-4 .34 V' Y Higgs 'U . .,.. . 'F-if " ' . 515, 'J V' , V - if 5. ,fxfgm f . , ,L 1 L., I mx y V 4, My A' r A ., .xv VV F W . ...V :W ,A . .dnb P .i . I 5 W. . . Vx ., K V Q xr I Q W W , A, Q. f Af , "" 'xx' 1 1- L ' ' A -'-- -wi A I. Y , 'mv w - .rf-rx. - 1 - V , v.,, . . f. , ,X w...,, .. ,, .w.W,,.Nk .,.,,.k ..,mn,kglmk,M ,,...,: 1 . , ' ,. Aff my - -, . Q, 3 .Wh ' " "5" M L -ith' 5J"+ 5.1, E 'Y "fx . . --b', I I. gwej .,.' Tired, but happy Lions! Dave charges for Q first down. A-1 ::w.X-Q w . f-.. 1, fl-lbw-su K, I-A .. ,,.-Q., 1" M., 'IK ,, E, Aka, x 6 , , A .J ., 'I .I+ A fvff .K ,S im-V W., N 1 1- . , i f-r p' 'M - 1' .I M , A'A ,..,- -li MIKE KILDALL: JUNIOR DAN Ii?i:gCiENIOR JERRY Center rx ARLO DE ZEEUW: SENIOR Guard DICK FEENSTRA: SENIOR End DALE BEDLINGTON: SENIOR W' : sfzilfgf -'-' 5' Guard "Xb VV ' iz 'tg ' Lad , -xi . , ,,.: T JOHN WOOD: JUNIOR NIIN I J IENI E d I H Q1 . 3, ig X V s '. ' D E . 0 t ' N "-- iw , OIE in af 'S R ,Y '1 f 'Ib' X I I up ,Q . I 'QIIHQ K - I -A mmm? .UV ,t,..., M . I , Mm, Mk , , , rw.. , , mi 5 I .. ,Wm wr, I if I I MATTER: SENIOR I Guard . 'fir 4 , ,, I MJ rv 1 X Qu E M f , 1 Eiuwf ' I I I gl 75??ifi"N'7 LARRY VAN EGDOM: SENIOR Halfbuck 65 ii ' 1 ' ivan' 3? i if " . 1 I '-'I -:V l v I af Ali' I7 'lf' xxx 'ai' 1 I 3 xr I Y 4 ' ' R -f - A K . If wa DAVE wooo: JUNIOR . w , . gg, ,., .M - ,Vw aa """"7 Quarterback ' 4N-'f., .- JERRY BAJEMA: JUNIOR Hnlfback GARY SIMONARSON: JUNIOR End .ba 'gi .,,.kk A ai , 1 I N , . E R 5 wif , A gg sk M' Ig : . : QRRR I 'R 7" GARY DUIM: SENIOR Hulfback LARRY KI NGMA: SENIOR Tackle I JIM DE JONG: SENIOR End GORDON MEACHAM: JUNIOR Tackle FLOYD ANDERSON: SENIOR ' -. I Tackle www ii-5' ...v-qs' MQ QA ,Q ,f-- , ,, Ma! -I M - I 'r 5? M K I .,,R" g R' I I N j 'RAW ,I ' i iv ! . , -if -rf, + BU Front row, left to right: J. TUOR, Manager, J. WOOD, B. VINUP, L. VAN EGDOM, G, FREDLUND, D. KINGMA, J. JANSEN, D. BRUNE, D. VANDER GRIEND, B. BOVENKAMP, Manager, T. CRABTREE Second row, left to right: C. MABERRY, N. DeGROOT, J. OHMART, J. BAJEMA, R. C, COWIN, J. JANSEN, J, MATTER, F. ONDECK, S. CLAUSON, D. BEDLINGTON Third row, left to right: MR. MacAULAY, Coach, D. GUSTAFSON, A. DeZEEUW, M. KILDALL, L. KINGMA, D. FEENSTRA, G. MEACHAM, D. WOOD, J. DeJONG, D. ROSS, G. DUIM G. SIMONARSON, F. ANDERSON FOOTBALL '61 With fourteen graduated, and five returning lettermen from the champion- ship team of 1960, it was a rebuilding year for the Lynden Lions. The season ended on a successful note, however, with the Lions winning second place in the county league, with a record of four wins and a lone loss to Ferndale. The season opener found the Lions losing, after a hard-fought game, at Oak Harbor T4-O. We then entertained Concrete to the tune of a 26-O win. Next came the lone league loss to Ferndale, 33-l3. Showing no respect for Blaine's un- scored on, untied, and undefeated season record, the Lions blasted the Borderites 40-14, with Larry Van Egdom scoring three times, and Simonarson, Duim and Ross once each. After trailing Nooksack 6-O for three quarters, Dave Wood pitched Van Egdom a pin-point pass for six points, and Dan Ross plunged for the extra point to give Lynden a hard-fought 7-6 victory. Simonarson had earlier blocked the Pioneers' extra point kick. Lynden proved to be better mudders than Baker when we sloshed to a T4-7 win at Baker. The first score came on a sixty-yard aerial from Wood to Simonarson, and the second score was set up by ci twenty- seven-yard pass from Wood to Feenstra. Running out of a modified "shot gun" formation, the Lions blasted Meridian 39-T3 in the final league game. The season ended with a 26-T3 loss to Twin Cities. Dan Ross was voted inspirational player and honorary captain by his team- mates at the close of the season. Dan also was given honorable mention on the High School All-American football team. DAN ROSS, SR. Inspirational Award Coaches' Award Q21 l N. A, KEN MacAULAY, Coach JACK EASTMAN, Asst. Coach WA f'x:4Nl3E4, ttttUEgfl Xjxmfl Maur QU Left to right: T. Crabtree, D. Wood, G. Simonarson, A. Baiema, B. Kildall, H. Heppner, D. Feenstra, M. VanderGriend, D. Gustafson, R. Reifman, J. Wood, J. DeJong. Kneeling, left to right: D. Bedlington, Mgr., Jake Maberry, Coach, Tom Springer, Ass't. Coach. Basketball I962 State Champions 2nd Consecutive Year! Lynden's record for the l96l-62 season speaks for itself, Won 24, Lost l. County Champions, District Champions and a repeat as State Champions. ln a lot of respects this year's championship was more difficult than last year's. Winning the title in l96l - and with several boys returning - we knew every team would be "up" to try to upset us. We had to combat this all year long. ln analying this team, they had the following things going for them: First, a tremendous desire to repeat as State Champions: Second, experience in tournament play. Third, talent in all phases of the game-height for good board strength, shooting ability, and lastly, good old-fashioned Man to Man defense! In conclusion, I would like to say that l feel the Seniors have done a tremendous iobl Many have played for three years, established outstanding records, and have been top students as well. To those returning next year, "Let's do it again!" .lake Maberry JOHN WOOD, JR. Forward JIM DeJONG, SR Guard RON REITMAN, JR. Forward GARY SIMONARSON JR Guard ARVEL BAJ EMA, JR. Guard MIKE VANDERGRIEND, SR. Forward Third Team All-State Inspirational Award BOB KILDALL, SR. Forward Durigold Award First Team All-State DAVE WOOD, JR. DICK FEENSTRA, SR. Guard Guard Third Team All State HOWARD HEPPNER, SR. Center First Team All-State Foul Shooting Award ,V 1 ,fa 49- LL' . . -1 fifwf? ,, ff QCLQLHQQZH x 51, I bf ig Q 9 5' 4-0 ""-.fa if 'nf A, ' J Y Success Story H Howard can out-iump Runyard any day" "And now we'll have a few words from Bob" Q 1 i "Hang on to it Dick" "No Dick, don'f hir Bob! "Just try and sfop me" S mmygg . .Q .iff 1" QDNS 1115513 y,1UNS 31.1 UUHS 22 Left to right: J. Jansen, G. Buurman, T. Crabtree, N. DeGroot, A. Baiema, A. Nelson, D. Lindstrom, D. Gustafson, R. Reifman, C. Maberry, J. Wood B. DeGroot. Kneeling, left to right: R. Jensen, Mgr., G. Brown, K. VanEgdom, D. Kingma, R. VanderYacht, Tom Springer, Coach. Junior Varsity The JayVee's, under the fine coaching of Tom Springer, followed in the footsteps of their big brothers, the Lions, by being in first place in the County. They had a record of 16 wins and 2 losses, the losses being in non-league games Lynden is assured of a rosey future in basketball with the fine crop of players in the Junior Varsity Reserve. Congratu lations, Mrs. Springer and Boys. Lynden 58 Lynden 63 Lynden 48 Lynden 61 Lynden 59 Lynden 61 Lynden 70 Lynden 75 Lynden 56 Lynden' 75 Lynden 71 Lynden 45 Lynden 78 Lynden 68 Lynden 70 Lynden 58 Lynden 70 Lynden 71 1961-62 Schedule District Tournament .- Sedro Woolley 49 lynden Meridian 18 LY"de" Lynden Bellingham 42 Nooksack 48 Lynden Christian 39 Burlington 39 Mt. Baker 43 Blaine 41 Twin Cities 36 Ferndale 23 Meridian 45 Nooksack 47 Mt. Vernon 59 Lynden Christian 44 Mt. Baker 54 Blaine 49 Bellingham 42 Ferndale 40 Lynden Lynden Lynden Lynden Monroe 40 ...,. Langley 36 Nooksack 44 ,.,,..,..... Eatonville 55 Goldendale 42 Colfax 57 Selah 43 A vs Front row, left to right: George Fredland, 'Ken VanEgdom, Randy Cowin, Jan Jan- sen, Tom Crabtree, Dale Kingma, Jim Jansen, Dale Brune. Back row, left to right: Ron VanderYacl1t, Manager, Dave Wood, Boyd Vinup, Jay Brandt, Curtis Maberry, Floyd An- derson, Arlyn Nelson, Don Gustafson, Gordon VanHuis, John Wood, Larry VanEgdom. ,,-L, T' -59405 - 1 Baseball I962 The baseball team started out the 1962 season with a bang. At the time of publication the team was tied for first place, and it seems to be on its way to a smashing success, l96l-62 Schedule Ferndale at Lynden Lynden at Ferndale Meridian at Lynden Lynden at Meridian Blaine at Lynden Lynden at Blaine Lynden C. at Lynden Lynden at Lynden C. Lynden at Mt. Baker Mt. Baker at Lynden Lynden at Nooksack Nooksack at Lynden Coach, Jake Maberry if '-MF? Front row, left to right: M. Bayes, E. Boehringer, B. Bovenkamp, J. Ohmart, L. Boehringer, G. Buurman, D. Assink, B. DeGroot, G. Brown, H VanGinkle, G. TenKley. Back row, left to right: J. Sleeth, L. Peters, D. Ross, A. Johnson, B. Jager, J. Assink, D. Feenstrou, J. Matter, F. Ondeck, M. Kildall, D. Lindstrom, T Anderson, F. Salis, J. Baiema, W. Huismcln. Track Team Track is gaining more importance in the ath- letic department ot Lynden High School. The boys show up well in competing with other schools of the county, and many promising track stars have been discovered. JOHN SLEETH Javelin JIM ASSINK Discus FRED oNDEcK, JERRY MAUER Sp rinters 1 - T- V il l y A FOOTBALL- Front raw, left to right: Smith, Tilton, Holleman, Mhyre, Mush, Mascot, Reilly, Veleke, Smith Littlefield, Stacey. Second row, left to right: Tuor, DeKoster, James, Nipges, VanderYacht, Francisco Owen, Jensen, VanderStoep, Horat. Third row, left to right: Bayes, Langstraat, Smith, Webster, Cramer Parcher, Stacey, Snow, Olson, Mr. Erickson, Coach. f- ix A fx fl 4. , i A 6 if ' .fyf gt A - 1 ff. -'.., e:'s Junior High Sports The Junior High ended the year on a good note being successful in all sports. Football ended with a 2 won-4 lost record and is looking forward to a better season next year. Basketball was at its usual high standards taking, for the fifth consecutive year, the County Championship. Base- ball started slowly this year but picked up momentum with experience, and handed Blaine its first defeat in 2 years. Coaches Erickson and MacAuley are to be congratulated for the fine training they give to the boys who will become future Lynden Lions. Jr. Hi Yell and Song Leaders Front row, left to right: P. Brown, L. Robbins. Back row, left to right: S. Snow, M. VanZee, G. Howell. l 3 1.1. mlm 5 ski il Fly ay x r .X s-.f BASKETBALL - Front row, left to right: Olson, VanderYacht, Holtrup, Horat, Stacey, Shea, Tilton, VanWerven, Lyon, Smith. Back row, left to right Bartell, Snow, Koster, Zweegman, Langstraat, Jansen, VanderStoep, Bovenkamp, Cramer, Bronsema, Myhre, DeGraff, TenKley. BASEBALL - Front row, left to right: TenKley, Hicks, Langstraat, Shea, Olson, Veleke, Macey, Holdtrup, Horat, Reilly, Littlefield. Back ro right: Frazier, Lagerwey, Bedlington, Kornelius, Pen, Tuor, Jansen, Petras, Stacey, Bovenkamp, Cramer, Crosson, Smith, Bennett. s, '. - ' i 1, it ' X . f m -uf-...K .y ,U n N 4-s . K - ,s, .. r- 1 t'lr c L 45432 . . X ftp? 2 x l nv Q X f api Q ut' t 1- ,, in ' .j... Qu., W ' 13" ff. " 1 it ik M I 'l A Z Veg 6 I 3 ai! J . , .gyg . tvs R xj i y I If-, I E may V , ,LX , I 1 Tri tm' if 5 I fi r l ' li E 'f s it i .4 s ' . V ,, 5. ...Q K . .I j- ' sv 'f 1 41 K A .il k VM : i N ' 3,1 Q af Q? , - -1 to L J ' 49 e if - ' Vt fl'lrQff1 . is rs..y f rx ' ,f 5 55:31 i iffy 1 2 lil l 1 , ' ,fer 1 .QM A r ug' 'fy Z ' :rl gli 2 B it I 7 if if 2 i I 'U if x w, left to iv I I R . I 1 .fz .,,,f'g w1,-., A " ,. 3. - L., I -, Q, bil V ,Q Q., Lm,, , ,nay I .Ulf Front row, left to right: Crabtree, Cook, Veleke, Vander Werft, Crabtree, Lankhaar, Olson, Van Dalen, Harvey, Verduin, Francisco, Van Dyke Langstraat, Matter. Second row, left to right: Kudsk, Kiel, Heeringa, Vander Geissen, Ramerman, Shagren, Hove, Smith, Jorrisen, Buurman, Shagren, Lagerway Swartos, De-Koster, Vinup, Osier. Third row, left to right: Howell, Vander Mey, Parcher, Waldemar, Russell, Vander Veen, Geer, Jones, Vander Kooi, DeGroot, Hinton Garske Larson, Austin, Mrs. Buurman. Fourth row, left to right: Mayberry, Rasmussen, Lagerway, De Jong, Ronhaar, Vander Werff, Van Egdom, Shagren, Remington, Bates Iverson Smith, De.Iong, Martin. fm" 1' ,L . Li N, . .ga . I BOWLING BASKETBALL GIRLS TURNOUT , .".. 1 'J ,ug fvznariiwgggj' ' ' ' ' MRS. E. 'Q ' 1 Mipf BUURMAN ggi-f ., I 7: , y Il xi' ,, I BADMINTON speenvrgv I 1 'V, 4!!, t1. Iffl 'Q xx' ,L Q: M' - . 3' I B , l s 5.s M an , , ..., 1 I 1 xv 3 Q A' f 4 ,W , 4- rg: thi? ,s.1t Q,9m 'f in f I E 2 'll at K , .fl lx J . tx , 4 1 A . I .L H19 5 5' ' 15' I 1.2: :ff-15:2 ji fig- ,, PATTI HOLLEMAN Senior Song Leader Lefi fo righh N. Verduin, P. Holleman, S. Swarios, C. Shagren, S. Crabtree, D. Hove. DIANE HOVE CAROL SHAGREN Sophomore Song Leader S ' emor Song Leader 8-' X fy ij. ,,,- .. W I 'K I if .. 1.5 A-N NOEL VERDUIN Senior Yell Leader an Aa. 'QM SHERRY CRABTREE SONJA SWARTOS Senior Yell Leader Senior Yell Leader 1,-5, L Y L ffl 1 Y L , leleelll L L iwiifi- i J A 1 Yu. QQ' X L nden High School Majorettes Left fo right: Barbara Benson, Beth Weidkamp, Beverly Benson. BARBARA BENSON BETH WEIDKAMP fu . 2. B fi t ,g M, l nhl? J 5 l . 7 i 1. 'L 1 fl 5 Q Mi 1 ,vi in- ., 7 3 f, 41 ...gf , EL11,W . . , 2 3, ' I I , 3,5 'Q tr' L1 X .,, in 'rnnr Brorf A B rr'A " A Q"' ,'-r '-" 1 t iir U 's.,f'2-f wfQ 'gi W: E, "At,f,,?f:-,f5ifg.gL - of aff -, 'V4-Qfff'iifiifllbvflff ' fB'B Lynden's cute molorettes pet- A. f.-pyff "ff K Z: L, 3:11-Wg' :',g.r212'5,,f-. W' f 3 1 ,gil formed ot football ond bcis- ii, -4- ' f?,Z...gr+j -yfjiglifg Y N fide' Agra? ketboll go mes ond morched with the bond ot oll the im- i t "il i m mlgf? ii " BEVERLY aENsoN portont events. The highlight . of the yeor was performing , . . .4 at 415,11-x, " W, , . , V. " V during the holt time of the A nf, P - 5xHf'i"'vfQ5" State Tournament. V -.Hi rant" l w 7, .A K , -f lldg ' ORGANIZATICNS Front Row, left to right: W. Hardin, P. Swartos, V. Koster, K. Shagren, S. Swartos, B. Francisco, J. Cook, L. Cook, K. Baiema, D. Hove, G. Frediund. Second Row, left to right: B. Bovenkamp, G. Langstraat, R. Smith, F. Miller, A. VanderWerff, M. Brune, E. Ripperda, J. VanDyke, G. Buurman, D. Brune, J. Buurmon, S. Crabtree, Mrs. Helmsing, advisor. Third Row, left to right: G. Brown, P. Brandt, M. Polinder, D. Assink, J. DeJong, D. Gustafson, H. Heppner, J. Assink, C. Maberry, G. Simonarson, A. Baiema, J. Brandt, J. Heeringa. Not pictured: D. Nordby, L. Boehringer, K. Swinburnson. TORCH HONOR SOCIETY Each of the tive letters that comprises the word Torch has its own symbolic meaning: Truth, Obedience, Respect, Courtesy and Honesty. Together they denote the "Light ot Knowledge." Torch Club is an international honor society. To be eligible for this club, the student must earn a certain amount of points to be added at each semester. This year's officers were, President, Howard Heppner, Business Manager, Karen Baiema, and Advisor, Mrs. M. Helmsing. Pictured below are the eight Seniors who have been in Torch Club tor all four years of their high school career. K. Baiema P. Brandt M. Brune J. Cook W. Hardin H. Heppner M, polinder Q 55 SWG,-fos Ng? 3 39' iii? 11 3 Il 'i' 54' Back row, left To right: J. Buurmun, E. Kiel, K. Swinburnson, B. Tremaine, P. Brandt. Froni row, lefi to righi: G. Langsfraaf, F. Miller, L. Jobe, B. Vinup, C. Shagren, S. Weidkamp, M. Brune, Advisor: Mr. Lambert. NNLIAL STAFF y 3 gn ' The members of The Annual Sfolh' have worked very hard This year To produce an annual well worth The 'ri money of its patrons, Taking pictures, pasting, and writing copy. 5 ,ess '5' 'W 1 4 , U, sf. 72- f - ' .situ Annual Staff Officers left to right: Asst. Editor: Fay Miller, Asst. Business Manager: Kuri Swinburnson, Edifar: Marilyn Brune, Business Manager: Gloria Langsfraof. I , 1153. SN so Front row, left to right: V. Koster, C. VanderYacht, J. Harvey, R. Jones, G. Ohmurt, E. Smit, K. Baiema, A. Russell, J. Lautenback, D. Nims. Back row, left to right: Mrs. Howell, advisor, W. Hardin, K. Englert, M. VanderVeen, E. Rippercla, H. Houg, L. Ripperda, C. Fast, J. Olson, J. Wynne, L. Haveman. USHERS' CLUB-The Ushers' Club is made up ot Sophomore, Junior and Senior girls. They represent the school when greeting and directing guests at plays, assemblies, baccalaureate and graduation. Otficerstor the T961-62 year were Carol VanderYacht, president, Karen Baie-ma, business manager, Judy Olson and Janet Harvey, social chairmen. PEP CLUB - The Pep Club is an organization composed of Sophomore, Junior and Senior girls. its purpose is to form an organized rooting section at all football and basketball games. The members sell at games and spon- sor an All Sports Banquet in the spring. A major project ot the past year was the purchase of a green and gold banner for basketball games. The roost was ruled by Mary Lagervvey, president, Janet VanderKooi, treasurer and Bonnie VanDalen, secretary. Front row, left to right: C. Shagren, S. Crabtree, P. Holleman, S. Swartos, D. Hove. Second row, left to right: B. Vinup, S. VcinderKooi, P. Swartos, B. Benson, J. Weidkamp, B. Benson, B. Beidkamp, R. Gier, L. Cook, J. DeKoster, S. Lankhaar. Third row, left to right: K. Shumway, M. Vercluin, M. Osier, R. Chilton, C. Boehringer, J. VanderKooi, M. Logerwey, D. VanderYc1cl1t, F. Miller, L. Jobe, G. Langstraat, C, Waldemnr, T. Webster. Four'h Row, left to right: Mrs. Cline, advisory B. Van Dalen, J. Heeringa, A. Van:lerWerff, K. Ausink, E. Ramerman, J. Hinton, S. Noteboom, M. Polinder, M. Brune, J. Van Dyke, K. Veleke, J. Buurman, N. VunclerWerff. Fifth Row, left to right: K. Sl-iugren, L. Neufeld, A. Shagren, L. Jorrisen, S. Crabtree, S. Weidkamp, G. Telgenhoff, R. Smith, P. Iverson, B. Francisco, A. Vanderfiiessen, B. Crabtree, J. Farmer. L nr itil row, P. Swartos, M. Verduin, J. Olson, J. DeKoster, B. Lagerwey, L. Cook, G. Ohmart, B. Vinup, C. VanderYacht, S. Lankhaar, K. Second row, left to right: D. Hove, K. Baiema, S. Crabtree, L. Jobe, S. Swartos, J. Cook, R. Smith, A. Shagren, L. Havemon, A. Vander Giessen, K. Shagren, J. Harvey, B. Francisco, J, Weidkamp. 1 Third row, left to right: D. Vander Yacht, M. Lagerwey, L. Jorrisen, J. Buurman, K. Veleke, A. DeGroot, J. Van Dyke, J. Hinton, F. Mil- GIRLS' "L" CLUB-The Girls' "L" Club is composed of the girls who have participated in intraemural and inter- school athletics and have earned their athletic letters. lt is possible to earn three stripes during the four years of participation if a girl enters all sports. President for the T961-62 year was Judi Weidkamp. BOYS' "L" CLUB-The Boys' "L" Club is an organization composed ot boys who have earned a letter in athletics. They are required to turn out for a certain sport for a specific time. The activities ot the Boys' HL" Club are SChOOl service and recreation. The president for the i961-62 year was Bob Kildall. Seated, left to right: D. Wood, J. Matter, J. Tuor, R. Cowin, L. Van Egdom, F. Ondeck, L. Vander May, .l. DeJong. Second row, left to right: G. Fredlund, T. Crabtree, B. Vinup, N. DeGroot, B. Bovenkamp, D. Ross, F. Knutsen, B. Jorrisen, G. Buurman, J. Baiema, W. Huisman. Third row, left to right: J. Assink, B. Jager, M. Kildall, M. Vander Griend, H. Heppner, D. Feenstra, B. Kildall, F. Anderson, D. Gustafson, L. Kingma, G. Meacham. Fourth row, left to right: L. Bentsen, G. Duim, D. Bedlington, G. VanHuis, R. Reitmon, A. Nelson, G. Bedlington, A. Baiema, C. Maberry, G. Simonarson, J. Wood. X GIRLS' CLUB COUNCIL- FronT row, left To right: K. Shumway, L. Zylsfra, L. DeJong, N. Vander Werff, G. Howell, C. Meyers, K. Shclgren. Second row, left To righfz Mrs. Deefer, Advisor, C. Boehringer, L. Jorrison, K. Veleke, F. Miller, J. Heeringu, G. LongsTraoT, Mrs. Schoel, Advisor. GIRLS CLUB - The Girls' Club consisTs of every girl in The high school. The Girls' Club Council, which is made up of represenTaTives from each class, plans The acTiviTies of The Club. For The i961-62 year, PresidenT was Nancy Vander Werff, Vice-presidenT, Fay Miller, 5ecreTary, KaThy Shagren, and Treasurer, Joanne Cook. They headed The acTiviTies of The year which were The SporTs' CoronaTion, Girl of The MonTh elecTions, Tolo Day, and The MoThers' Tea. BOYS' CLUB - The Boys' Club consisTs of every boy in high school. The Boys' Club Council, which is made up of repre- senTaTives from each class, organizes The year's acTiviTies for The Club. Under The direcTion of Dan Ross, PresidenT, Dave Wood, Vice-PresidenT, and Larry VanEgdom, SecreTary-Treasurer, a Whirlpool was purchased for The gym, money was raised by a Box Social, and Dads were enTerTained by a FaTher-Son Nighf. BOYS' CLUB COUNCIL- Fran? row, lefT To righf: J. DeJong, K. Veleke, J. Stacey, J. Tilfon, L. VanEgdom, G. Simonarson. Bock row, left To right: D. Ross, D. Wood, Mr. Springer, Advisor, Mr. Maberry, Advisor, Mr. Dickerboom, Advisor, R. VonderSToep. i Front row, left to right: E. Bender, B. Collings, D. Munkres, A. Johnson. Back row, left To right: J. Rcmermon, B. Hubbard, Mr. Sleeth, Alvisor. These boys ore essenfiol for successfully pUTTing on ploys, ond ossemblies. They sef up The rnikes, The curfoins, vvork The lights ond moke props. All of This involves o loT of skill ond hord vvork. The people on This crew leorn how To operoTe ca movie proiecTor, ond Their moin purpose is To show films for The different closses. They ore cilwoys czvoiloble in Their study holls To do This iob. Front row, left to right: S. Weidkomp, B. Benson, B. Weidkomp, B. Benson, J. VunDyke, B. Francisco. Second row, left to righT: L. Peters, L. Kingmc, M. Verduin, B. Cowin, M. Van Ginkle, D. Snapper. Bock row, left to righfz D. Assink, J. Sleeth, B. Arneson, J. DeJong, J. Ohmorf, l. VanderMey, F. Knudsen, J. Stacey. Stage Crew Projection Crew f K5 W! 2 Publicity Staff Fron-T row, leff To righfs W. Hardin, P. Swarfos, F. Miller. Back row, left To righf: -L. Martin, M. Polinder, G. Simonarson, D. Brune, B. Benson, L. Ripperda. The PubliciTy STGTT, under The direcTion of Wendy Hordin, collecTs ond vvriTes The news ond hoppenings of school To puT in The loccil poper. Through Their work, The communiTy is kepT well-informed on The evenTs of The school. Librarians The Librorions operoTe our school librory. To see ThoT The books we reool ore in good shope, ond ThoT he loook shelves ore Tull of books ThoT will enTerToin, oid or inform us. Mrs. DeeTer cmd her sToTT ore olwoys on The job To help sTudenTs. Fronf row, left To right: G. OhmarT, E. SmiT, D. Hof, D. Williams, C. Kiel, J. Weidkczmp, P. Holleman, J. STruiksmc, J. Lcnkhczcr, J. Schmidt Back row, lefT To righT: Mrs. DeeTer, advisory R. Grasher, B. Jager. Front row, left to right: P. Brandt, B. Arneson, N. Verduin, L. Bentsen, L. Stacey. Back row, left to right: J. Buurman, J. VanDyke, K. Shumwuy, Mrs. Cline, Advisor, M. Polinder, P. Holleman, S. Swartos, T. Webster. The Lions' Roar Staff puts out the school paper every two weeks. They keep the students informed and entertained with school events and items of interest. Heading the list as first-semester editor was Noel Verduin, and second-semester editor was Kim Shumway. Junior Red Cross Council The iob of the Junior Red Cross Council is to see that the less fortunate of our community are given help. The Council sponsored a good-will basket at Thanksgiving, a collection at Christmas, and purchased needed necessities tor the sick room ot the school. This was done under the direction of Penny Iverson, President. Back row, left to right: A. Vander Werff, R. Francisco, D. Lindstrom, P. Brandt, H. Houg, P. Iverson, Mrs. Deeter, Advisor. Front row, left to right: B. DeJong, W. Hardin, D. Weidkclmp, F. Knutsen, J. Snapper, N. Salmonson. fe L Top row, left To righfz G. Ohmcrf, A. Kosfer, K. Vcndermuy, R. Ewing, M. Remingfon, D. Assink, J. Sleeih. Second row, lefT To right: R. Grasher, C. Monevcl, M. Lewis, J. Kofie, D. Snapper, S. Snow, C. Tuubenhein, K. Workenfin. Botfom row, left To righfz R. Grasher, R. Francisco, L. Mr. Schmidt, Director Parcher, C. Dooyun, E. Ripperdo, C. Crabtree. L 1 ynden H :gh ln The Toll The bond morched in The Homecoming of WesTern Woshingfon STciTe College ond provided o holf-Time show CTT one of The home TooTboll gomes. They olso morched Tor The Joycees "Ridiculous Volue Doys", ond gove on ChrisTmos conceri. During The winTer They provided music oT The gcimes ond we-nT To The SToTe TournomenT wiTh The Teom, ln The spring They porTicipoTed in o conTesT oT WesTern WoshingTon SToTe College ond gove ci concerT. They olso morched in The Apple Blossom Porode in Wencn- chee ond in The BlossomTime Porode in Bellingham. The Chorus ond Choroliers provided enTerToinmenT oT ChrisTmc1s ond Spring ConcerTs. 1- W rw Ni.-f NNN "A Wm, J mx L' fu V L vv Q? 5 an HM , ,S , f . , . F srll CHORUS- Front row, left to right: R. Milsap, L. Francisco, C. Chitwood, S. Crabtree, D. Nims, L, Zylstra, M. Osier, B. Leyva. Second row, left , to right: G. Ohmart, J. Wynn, A. DeGroot, R. Fuerency, K. King, R. Grasher, J. Assink, J. Sleeth, C. Fast, B. Crabtree, B. Tremaine, K. Shumway, L. Mills. Third row, left to right: G. TenKley, J. DeJong, R. Bovenkamp, A. Nyquist, N. Verduin, D. Assink, L. Stacey, B. Tuor. EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS - Front row, left to right: B. Dawson, L. Vinyard, M. Williams, M. Rough, S, Snow, C. Martin, G. Howell, C. Meyers, K. Olin, K. Workentin, L. Robbins. Second row, left to right: N. Sclmonson, J. Koetie, M. Lewis, M. Van Zee, H. Feenstru, B. Sleeth, K. Miller, L. DeKoster, K. Myhre, L. Langstraat, S. TenKley, J. Vonder Werff, M. Vossbeck, B. Flockoi, K. Crabtree. Third row, left to right: J. Ellenbass, D. James, D. Kornelis, J. Brann, N. Schuyler, L. Lankhaar, T. Duim, L. Holtrop, D. Lcgerway, F. Shea, B. Kornelis. f . ,.,, . fs? " K , .is Mrs. Helmsing, Lincla Jobe, Leif Bentsen, Kathy Englert, Carol Shagren. MAKE-UP CREW The Make-Up Crew consists of members from the speech classes. Their iob is to make up the characters in the Junior and Senior plays. KNIGHTS CLUB The Knights Club is made up of boys from all classes. Their duty is to maintain or er at oo a an g y sneaks. d f tb ll d basketball ames b seeing that no one Front row, left to right: B. Osgood, M. Reilly, B. Weidkamp, J. Cramer, B. Tuor, B. Meacham, D. Cowin, D. Menkres, J. Stacey, B. Duim. D. Kirkpatrick, M. VanDalen, G. Pen, R. Kildall, D. Holleman. Second row, left to right: G. Dawson, E. Lowen, C. Collier, J. Van erGe1ssen, . an e y, . y L. Green, T. Anderson, D. Wagner, D. Ross, D. Noteboom, J. VanDalen, C. Lankhaar. Third row, left to right: J. Ohmart, R. Holleman, M. Kildall, J. Lagerwey, F. Knutzen, B. Jager, D. Feensfra, L. Kingma, B. Oppewall, J. Rolls, G. Bedlington, N. DeGroot, L. Zweegman, R. Horat, J. Littlefield, Mr. Nix, Advisor. d ' L V d r Me B Terr , G. Meacham, B. Cowin, L. Bentsen, D. Pollock, Top row, left to right: Mrs. Schoel, M. Remington, L. Neufield, IJ. Van Dalen, F. Miller, J. Heeringu, J. Von Duke, K. King, H. Houg, S. Noteboom E. Kiel, J. Doran, M. Polinder, P. Holleman, K. Assink, J. Meachem, E. Ramerman, M. Brune, B, Francisco, L. Bentsen. Second row, left to right: G. Telganhoff, C. Kiel, B. Benson, E. Smit, V. Knutzen, V. Wiederspoon, M. Crabtree, C. Shagren, K. Shagren, J. Harvey A Vander Giessen, B. Crabtree, J. Weidkamp, L. Anderson, K. Baiemci, K. Howell, B, Benson, B. Weidkamp, I. Olsen. Bottom row, left to right: P. Austin, J. Lankaar, L. Zylstra, D. Hoff, J. Lauterbach, R. Millsap, C. Waldemar, L. Haveman, G. Ohmart, J. Farmer S. Lankaar, M. Perez, S. Larson, G. Bates, K. Shumwoy, S. Weidkamp. lesi it or ' + fl1j'r- Future Homemakers of America .V .xx J- Lk I fskxixkgvi' K X, ff' j The Future I-lomemakers of America is the national organiza- . g tion of pupils studying homemaking in schools throughout the lift' United States. It brings together state groups interested in and ,, ,Q f, K kg ,., VM Jax , .s at ., ,.., . ,,.,.r J. ,,. . ACTIVITIES working toward better home anol family living, provides oppor- tunities to share in solving problems important to home life and sponsors group protects in connection with the local, state and national organization. Jean Van Dyke, president, led the group in the many activities of the year which were Regional meet- ings, Initiation, Fruitcake sale, sold at a game, Sweetheart personalities, Demonstration Day, F. I-I. A. Week, and election of officers. OFFICERS -Left to right S. Lankhaor, G. Ohmart, K. Howell, B. Crabtree, J. Von Dyke, B. Francisco, J. Olson, V. Weiderspoon, J. Harvey. uma... if ve., Front row, left to right: R. Kildall, J. Poortinga, J. Nipies, N. Weidkamp, J. Lyon, J. Tuor, J. Stacey, G. Pen, G. TenKley, J. King, M. Reilly, D. Englert, S. Smith, E. Bender, D. Lankhaar. Second row, left to right: R. Francisco, J. Ramerman, B. Garske, T. Crabtree, B. Tuor, B. Horrisen, D. Bedlington, G. Blnnkers, J. Lagerwey, J. Van- Dalen, B. DeGroot, L. Davenport, D. Holleman. Third row, left to right: L. Zweegman, B. Vinup, J. Chamer, D. Crabtree, R. Hobart, G. Dawson, D. Weidkamp, F. VanderVeen, D. Munkers, D. Wagner D. Cowin, D. Noteboom, M. VanDalen, C. Lankhaar, B. Weidkamp. Fourth row, left to right: Mr. Top, Advisor, J. Theel, J. Ohmart, D. Crabtree, A. Johnson, G. Meacham, J. Koster, D. Nordby, M. VanderGriencl, R, Reitman, G. Bedlington, L. Green, B. Cowin, R. Holleman, J. VanderGeissen, E. Loewen, Mr. Sleeth, Advisor. Future Farmers of America The Future Farmers ot America is a national organization of pupils studying agriculture in schools throughout the United States. The Lynden Chapter of the FFA has many activities and participate in them throughout the year. During the summer they showed at the fair, and had several iudging contests. They raised corn onthe school farm and sold it later. The harvests at their Christmas Tree farm were sold tor one protect. The annual Banquet and a swimming party were only part of their fun. The FFA has its own basketball team which took part in several sports events. During FFA Week several members ot the chapter were interviewed on the radio. All these and many more activities were headed by president, Gary Blankers and his worthy crew of officers and helpers. OFFICERS - Front row, left to right: T. Crabtree, F. VanderVeen, D. Bedlington. Second row, left to right: D. Munkres, G. Bedlington, G. Blankers, C. Lankhaar. LS? P J' 4 FFA Sweetheart w A 5 PArn HOLLEMAN 'N si? U A 'Wi WR . S ,i, , 5 5 ,, . ,, .-. ..., 1 f5'iW,,,,,,,,,. V.,,,.,W... . . 2 ' A .. '- . 14' . - 1:4 1. Mapu,- f' v'f4Ww S , 3 .U 79' :3 fx Q, l, Ex 3 CLASSES 1162, OFFICERS-S. Snow, Vice-President, P. Brown, Secretary, D. Kornelius, President, M. Webster, Treasurer. Eighth Grade Front row, left to right: S. Snow, K. Workentine, B. Flockoi, M. Vossbeck. Second row, left to right: L. Vineyard, D. Blumenthal, D. Hicks, D. Sandberg, D. James. Back row, left to right: L. Cowan, D. Macy, D. Williams, L. Langstraat, S. TenKley, W. Pefras. Front row, left to right: 'K. Street, K. Olin, M. Williams, L. Robins. Second row, left to right: J. Maier, E. Bedlington, J. Elenbaas, C. Veleke. Back row, left to right: D. Cornelius, L. Holtrop, G. Van Werven, J. Lindquist, G. Huisman, F. Shea. Front row, left to right: C. Chitwood, L. Martin, K. VancierMey, B. DeJong, L. Zylstra. Second row, left to right: S. Frasier, J. Bennett, E. Kudsk, N. Iverson, C. Crabtree, L, Francisco, R. Ewing. Back row, left to right: B. Meacham, M. Bayes, K. Langstraat, R. VanderStoep, D. Kirkpatrick, D. Lankhaar, D. Neufeld, D. Lankhaar. Front row, left to right: M. Remington, J. Smith, K. Howell, N. Solis, V. Weiderspohn. Second row, left to right: A. Koster, G. Bovenkamp, S. Maberry, J. Shagren, K. Matter, R. Kildall, D. Snow. Third row, left to right: D. DeKubber, M. VanDalen, D. Jansen, M. Crossan, G. Bovenkump, J. VanDalen, E. Boehringer. 'Li Y-7 Front row, left to right: P. Austin, G. Bates, C. Hufford, M. Larson, L. Anderson. Second row, left to right: D. Holleman, C. Owen, L. Benson, N. Lagerwey, B. Kirkpatrick, M. Reilly. Third row, left to right: L. VanderYacht, L. Bartel, B. Garske, J. Cramer, B. Bosman, R. Brewer, R. Horat. Front row, left to right: W. De Bruyn, P. Brown, M. Lewis, K. Miller. Second row, left to right: B. Dawson, D. Lcgerway, S. Steenmeyer, S. Miller. Back row, left to right: F. Shea, B. Kornelius, R. Bronsma, J. Vander Werff, M. Webster. Front row, left to right: N. Salmonson, M. Van Zee, T. Duim, L. Lankhaar. Second row, left to right: M. Smith, K. Muyers, G. TenKley, R. Struiksma, D. Graham. Back row, left to right: J. Snapper, S. Steenmeyer, J. Brann, B. Sleeth, Pexweidkamp, M. Arneson, E. Salas. Front row, left to right: N. King, G. Howell, C. Martin, M. Rough. Second row, left to right: J. Bedlingfon, J. Grcasher, B. Wynne, K. Crabtree, A. Ledoschuk. Back row, left to right: N. De Graff, K. Rinehart, H. Feenstra, L. DeKoster, K. I 'VK' l t i l l s n l l l l Q if FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS - Left to right: E. Keil, President, K. Howell, Secretary, M, Crossan, Treasurer, Judy Shagren, Vice-President. Freshman Class Front row, left to right: M. Van Egdom, L. Parcher, K. King, N. Reimer, C. Taubenhuim. Second row, left to right: B. Weidkamp, J. Alverudo, J. Schmett, J. Rasmussen, R. Moe, J. Poortinga. Back row, left to right: J. Smith, J. Nipges, R. Schloessler, L. Zweegmcn, J. Stacey, G. Pen, A. DeJong. Front row, left to right: V. Ronhaar, L. DeJong, J. Lcnkhacr, B. Leyva, L. Peterson. Second row, left to right: J. Lyons, G. Olsen, D. Vander Werff, E. Kiel, C. Dooyen, K. Huisman, G. Koetie. Back row, left to right: D. Greene, J. Littlefield, B. Tour, D. Smith, R. Francisco, L. Pcrcher, D. VanderYocht. .. -va :wat-sr, ff -... -f . , . , ...W 9 ' P CLASS OFFICERS-Jan Jansen, Secretary, Peggy Swartos, Vice-President, Tom Crabtree, Treasurer Curtis Mayberry President Sophomore Class Top row, left to right: R. Jensen, D. Vander Griend, D. Assink, D. Snapper, L. Jorrlsen Second row, left Bottom row, left Top row, left to Second row, left Bottom row, left to right: H. Van Ginkle, B. Duim, L. Cook, D. Hove, J. Jansen. to right: R. Chilton, B. Vinup, P. Larsen, S. Smith. right: G. to right: to right: Brown, C. Mayberry, D. Lindstrom, D. Brune, F. Solis. D. Kingma, J. Buurman, J. Hinton, L. Ripperda, J. Price S. Crabtree, A. Vander Werff, C. Fast, R. Geer. , . ,W 1-up ff-Wwfw f. rf ef... f ww A - 1. ur w aewf f me 'S Top row, left to right: B. Collins, B. Gurske, J. Thiesen, J. Ramerman, N. Weidkamp. Second row, left to right: J. Tour, R. Milsap, L. Mills, K. Mauller, D. Englert. Bottom row, leff to right: A. Russell, M. Vander Veen, R. Geer, V. Knutzen. W T53 Top row, left to right: R. Vander Yacht, D. Gustafson, D. Vander Griend, J. Brandt, G. TenKley. Second row, left to right: P. Swartos, B. Lagerway, J. Jansen, T. Crabtree, C. Vander Kooi. Bottom row, left to right: A. Shagren, J. DeKoster, K. Veleke, R. Smith. Top row, left to right: K. Van Egdom, B. DeGroot, S. Claussen, J. McConnel, Second row, left to right: E. Bender, R. Jones, R. Larson, Randy C. Bottom row, left to right: M. Perez, B. Tremaine, A. DeGroot, I. Tichelar, V. Koster. 'IES' owl J AA . 5 -2'-1?:g"'-fx.-. , ....,, i .fig ,,r, , lwzmfd, , Q gg 155. , J ig ,. 2 y T M li 'EA' OFFICERS-M. Kildoll, Vice-Presidentp K. Ausink, Secretaryy B. Bovenkamp, Treasurerp J. VanderGiessen, President. Junior Class .. 3 .. , ,,, , . 3. I it f B eve lirlr W . 15 in , we 1 e .mv f ,, N .2 .rj -. -. - X 3? J ,'.- 4, " 5 - .17 Q . ' ' . ii' . V, l I ' ,.,. , ' ... , ' I , .j1:1. 23: V Mm 2 55, . ' ' ' if 7' N 'gli' . . J . V if H i' E ' r it X im' , f , f"" 2 .4 Jr 'N is 'K - Tis' " 4 J ,J V1 -N- Rani .gt an fi' if .ali B B ,LWXEM Terry Anderson Jim Assink Kathy Ausink Arvel Baiema Jerry Baiema Gene Becllington Beverly Benson Barbara Benson Larry Boehringer Don Bosman Bernie Bovenkamp Bob Bovenkamp Gerrit Buurman Bonnie Crabtree Dan Crabtree Neil DeGroot Barbara Francisco George Fredlund Ray Grasher Shiela Hammers Janet Harvey Lynnette Haveman Janis Heeringa Dorothy Hof Rich Hollemcln Helen Houg Wayne Huisman Bert Jager Alred Johnson Carol Kiel Mike Kildall Gloria Langsfraal Case Lankhaar Sylvia Lankhaor Jeanne Lauferback Fay Miller Arlyn Nelson Lois Neufeld Diane Nims Dennis Nofeboom Sandy Nofeboom Gerry Ohmart Jack Ohmarf Judy Olson Fred Ondeck Marlys Osier Delber1OHer Larry Peters Eileen Ramerman Ron Reitman EvaJo Ripperda John Rolls Maria Leyva Kafhy Shagren Gary Simonarson Elaine Smit Kuri Swinburnson John Theel Bonie VanDalen Audie VanderGeissen A. VanderGeissen Jim VanderGeissen Jean VanDyke Gordon VanHuis Marcia Verduin Boyd Vinup Carol Waldemar Beth Weidkamp Sandra Weidkamp Dove Wood John Wood Judy Wynne John Sleefh Camera Shy Bob Hubbard Beverly DeBondf Gordon Meacham -X :Q J' K -me OFFICERS -Carol VanderYuchT, SecreTary, Larry VunEgdom, Treasurer, Kim Shumway, Vice-President, No? pictured, Mel Fullner, President "TIMES OF '62" The Senior Class of i962 has me-T many challenges and has overcome many obsiacles. Over The Tour years of our high school career The class members have been responsible Tor many impressive and memorable Times. In The fall of l958 we elecTed Jim DeJong our Freshman presidenT. As Sophomores we sTarTed parTicipaTing in more acTiviTies, Torch Club, Pep Club, Ushers, and aThleTics. Howard Heppner made TirsT Tive on The baskeTball Team. Sherry Crabiree was elecTed as yell leader. Several sTudenTs campaigned for The bond issue and Took The P.T.A. on a Tour Through The old school building. Howard Heppner was elecTed as class presidenT. Junior Play and Junior-Senior BanqueT - work, work, work. We were led in our Junior year by presidenT Mike Vander- Griend. Bob Kildall and Howard Heppner helped our Lions win The STaTe Championship. Howard was named To The TirsT Team, All-STaTe. Joanne Cook was elecTed as ASB SecreTary, and Sherry CrabTree, Kim Shumway, and Carol Shagren were elecTed as cheerleaders. Our Junior Play, "Golden River", was a huge success, The TirsT musical puT on by a class. The play made possible our banqueT for The Seniors, "Blue Hawaii", The be-sT one in many years. AT lasT our Senior year arrived. Dale Nordby held The posiTion of ASB presidenT, Linda Jobe as SecreTary, Jim DeJong as Vice-presidenT, and Gary Duim as Treasurer. Carol Shagren, Sherry CrabTree, Sonia SwarTos, PaTTi Holleman, and Noel Verduin were The cheerleaders from our class. MeIberT Fullner helped us Through our Senior year as class presidenT. Our Senior play, "Dear Phoebe", was a challenge which The whole class meT with success. Our Senior Skip, May 9, was a Terry-boaT ride To VicToria, B. C., and was enjoyed by all. We visiTed The Wax Museum, ParliamenT Buildings, and aT The end of The day, had a good dinner. As graduaTion approaches we look wiTh asTonishmenT over The Tour years which have sped by. We have been proud of our class of '62, and we know our "Times" aT Lynden High School will always be remembered. Floyd Anderson-"l wish the world to be well treated, espe- cially since l live in it". Basket- ball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Make-up Crew 3. Karen Bcxiema - "Intelligence is not her only virtue, she doeth ol things well", Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Ushers Club 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, State 2nd Vice President 4, Jr, Sr. Banquet Food Chairman 3, Girls State 3, Speaker of the House, Concessions 3. Dianne Bennink -- "She gets things clone auietly", Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Library 3, Teach- er's Assistant 4. Gary Blankers-"To take things as they be, that's my philosophy". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, President 4, Track 2, Band l. Phil Brandt-"A man ot arn- bition and independent mind". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Stott l, 2, 3, 4, Library l, 2, Licn's Roar Staft 4, Real Cross Council 3, 4. ' rv- . ,F . YZ? Ll' tif' Bryan Arneson - "He was born young and never got over it". Baseball 2, Stage Crew 2, Pro- iection Crew 2, Band l, 2, Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4. Dale Bedlington - "Napoleon was misunderstood too". Bas- ketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 3, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Vice President 4, Band l, 4, Drum Maior l, 4, FFA Por- lirnentary Procedure 3, 4, Po- tato Judging Team 2, 4. Leif Bentsen- "High school days have their delights but they con't compare with high school nights". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Tennis 2, 3, Boys' L 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Make-up 3, 4, Knights Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Bond Issue Proiect 2. Connie Boehringer-"A friendly girl, a charming lass, a worthy addition to our class". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Staff l, Senior Play 4, Class Treas- urer l, Girls' Club Council 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Banquet Invitations Chairman 3, Ottice Staff 4, Teacher's Assistant 4, Conces- sions 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. Marilyn Brune-"Besides the three R's she has three S's- Sincerity, Sweetness and Sim- plicity". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Annual Stott 3, 4, Ass't Editor 3, Editor 4, Jun- ior Play 3, Make-up Crew 3, Pep Club 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Banquet Decorations Chairman, Office Stott 3, Teacher's Assist- ant 3, All Sports Queen 4, Girls State 3, Girl ot the Month l, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4. Joanne Cook- "She works hard and gets things done, and still tinds time for fun". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, ASB Secretary 3, Stu- dent Council 3, Executive Board 3, Class Secretary 2, Girls' Club Council 4, Pep Club 2, 3, FHA 2, 3,, Jr. Sr. Banquet Program Chairman 3, Chorus 4, Girl of the Month l. Marlaine Crabtree - "Silence is golden, in short, she's price- less". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Play 3, FHA 3, 4, Teacher's Assistant 4. Gilbert' Dawson- "What l've been taught, I forgot, what l know, I've guessed". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, FFA T, 2, 3, 4, Knights Cllub i, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Coun- ci l. V Arlo DeZeeuw-"I know many things besides by lessons". Boys' Club 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Boys' L 4, Transferred from Sheldon, lowa 2. Gary Duim-"Why study? Sen- iors always graduate". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, ASB Treasurer 4, Executive Board 4, Student Council 4, Bond issue Proiect 2. Don Crabtree-"A bit bash- ful, a bit shy, but you couldn't find a nicer guy". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, Chorus l. Sherry Crabtree - "An ocean of pep with a laugh on every wave". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Yell Leader 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4: FHA 2, 3, Library 3, Jr. Sr. Banquet Pro- gram Chairman 3, Band l, 3, Secretary 3, Ottice Staff 4. Jim Delong- "Bursting with humor and with zest, he's the better of the best". Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Tennis 2, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, Junior Play 3, ASB Vice President 4, Student Council 2, 4, President 4, Execu- tive Board 4, Freshman Class President, Boys' Club Council 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Chorus 4, Bond issue Proiect 2. Joni Doran- "Loaf, and l'll loaf with you, study, and you'll study alone". Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, FHA l, 2, 3, Library 2, Chorus l, Teacher's Assistant 4. Kathy Englert - "The whole world is a stage and l'm acting up". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Play 3, Make-up Crew 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Ushers 4, Band l, Office Staff 4, Teacher's Assist- ant 4. Judy Farmer-"Talk and laughter play an important part in my lite". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Ushers Club 2, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 2, Band l, Office Staff 4, Cateteria Crew 4, Bond Issue Proiect 2. Melbert Fullner--"Do not ask if a mon has been through school, but it school has been through him". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Class President 4, FFA l, 2, Radio Club, Treasurer 2. Wendy Hardin - "Diligent stu- dent is she, and not without results". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Staff 2, 4, Manager 4, Junior Play 3, Ushers Club 2, 3, 4, Choraliers 4, Sandra Hicks-'Not as timid as you think". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, Band l, 2, 3, Teacher's Assistant 4. Penny Iverson - "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 4, President. v-,...,,, ... ,.z-r it ""'J' A 0? Dick Feenstra-"Tut, tut, my man, girls won't harm you". Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Bose- boll 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Boys' L 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, Student Coun- cil 3, FFA 2, 3, Knights Club 2, 3, 4, Teacher's Assistant 4, Concessions 4. Gordon Grahame -- "But his brain was so loaded it nearly exploded", Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Knights Club 3, 4. Howard Heppner - "Athletic, moral and sensible man". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2. 3, 4, President 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Foul-Shooting Award 4, All-State Team 3, 4, Track 3, Golf 3, 4, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, Boys' Club Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Jr. Sr. Banquet Decorations Chairman 3, All Sports King 4, Boys State 3, Bond Issue Proiect 2, Man of the Year 4. Patti Holleman - "Dainty, modest, sweet is she, a charm- ing maid, we all agree". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Junior Play 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Banquet Invitations Chairman 3, Red Cross Council 2, Secretary- Treasurer, FFA Sweetheart 4, Lion's Roar Stott 4, Library 4. Dick Jansen - "A little work, a little play, to keep one going clay by day". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 3. Linda Jobe- "A willing heart, a ready hand, always there upon demand". Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Make-up Crew 3, 4, ASB Secretary 4, Execu- tive Board 4, Student Council 4, Girls' Club Council 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer 3, FHA l, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Teacher's Assistant 4, Bond issue Proiect 2. Bob Kildall-"He maiored in sports and minored in studies". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, All-State Team 4, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 4, Student Council 3, 4, Red Cross Council 2. Fred Knutzen - "What he wants to get out of school most is himself". Boys Club i, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, Red Cross Coun- cil i, 4, Knights Club i, 2, 3, 4. Mary Lagerway-"She puts her troubles in o box and sits on the lid", Girls' Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Chorus 2, Office Staff 4, Cafe- teria Crew 4, Teacher's Assist- ant 4, Girl of the Month 3, Red Cross Council 3, Transferred from L.C.H.S. 2. Bob Liffengren- "He always finds something more interest- ing than the lesson". Boys' Club i, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Make- up Crew 3, Library 2. Bob Jorrisen - "Let's enioy ourselves while we may". Boys, Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football Man- ager 2, Baseball Manager 2, Tennis 3, Boys L 2, 3, 4, FFA i, 2, 3, 4, Chorus i. Larry Kingma - "A teasing smile, two raving eyes in which the light ot mischief lies". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Boys' L 3, 4, Boys' Club Coun- cil 4, Vice President 4, Knights Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, John Koster - "By the twinkle in his eye, I tear he ploteth mischief". Transferred from Nooksack Valley 4, Boys Club 4, FFA 4. Don Larson - "Keep smiling - it makes everyone wonder what you've been up to". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Student Council 4, Bond I, 2, Radio Club, President 2. Carolyn Manevol - "Patient and still, full of good will". l Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4. Jerry Matter - "Got up at the crack of dawn, stuffed the crack, and went back to bed". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Track 3, 4, Boys' L 3, 4, FFA l, 2. Dale Munkres - "Oyerflowing with harmless mischief". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Manager 4, Senior Play 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Knights Club l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, Band Man- ager l, 2, Concessions 4. Alvin Nyquist - "Women and song have ruined many men, so, l've given up singing". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4: Proiectian Crew 2, Senior Play 4, FFA l, Chorus 4, Radio Club 2, Bonnie Pen - "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessu. Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Library l, 2, Chorus l, Office Staff l, Teach- er's Assistant 4. Don Pollock - "Wake me up in time to get my diploma". Boys' Club i, 2, 3, 4, FFA i, 2, 3, Knights Club l, 2, 3, 4, Teach- er's Assistant 4. J-di' 'Tx' '-Q92 W... f Judy Meacham - "The world is a wheel and it will all come out right". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, FHA 3, Chorus l, Office Staff 3, Cafeteria Crew 4. Dale Nordby - "lt's the song you sing and the smile you wear that makes you welcome everywhere". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, Stage Crew 3, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, ASB President 4, Execu- tive Board 4, Student Council 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, ghiraliers l, 2, Cafeteria Crew Bill Osgood - "A closed mouth catches no flies". Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4, Knights Club i, 2, 3, 4. Mary Jane Polinder - "Her capability and industry will certainly bring her the success she deserves". Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Annual Staff 4, Publicity Staff 3, 4, Calendar 4, Senior Play 4, Jun- ior Play 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Library 3, Teacher's Assistant 3, 4, Bond Issue Proiect 2, Lion's Roar Staff 4. Danny Ross - "His limbs were cast in manly mould for hardy sports or contests bold". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Football 2, 3, 4, lnspirational Award 4, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Class Treasurer 2, Boys' Club Council, Knights Club 3, 4, President 4, Teacher's Assistant 4, All Sports Royalty 3, Con- cessions. Ernie Rough - "l'll warry about something, someday". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Golf 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Concessions, Band I. Kim Shumway-"A live wire is never stepped on". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Con- cessions 3, Yell Leader 3, Junior Play 3, Class Vice President 4, Girls' Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Jr. Sr. Banquet Entertainment Chairman 3, Chorus 4, Chora- liers 4, Ottice Staff 4, Lion's Roar Staff, Editor 4, Bond Issue Proiect 2. Judeen Struiksma- "Come on, let's go do something". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Library 4, Chorus l, Teacher's Assistant 4, Junior Play 3, FHA 2, 3. Gloria Telgenhcff-"She's ready tor tun any day but she can work as well as play". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Calendar 4, Stage Crew 2, Secretary 2, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Pep Club 3, FHA 3, 4, Ottice Statf 4, Cafeteria Crew 3, 4. Elaine Vander Hoek - "Sugar and spice and everything nice, and one ot these days she'll be sprinkled with rice", Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 3, Pep Club 2, 3, FHA l, 2, Library 2, Cafeteria Crew 4, Teacher's As- sistant 4. M at wwf, SR lu, ,,, ,. .--gf ,si- rg iildffj HE" Carol Shagren - "She laughs and giggles all the clay, a cute little girl with a cute little way". Girls' Club i, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 3, 4, Annual Stott l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Make-up Crew 3, 4, Class Secretary l, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Library 3: Teach- er's Assistant 4, Carnival Roy- alty l, Band lssue Proiect 2. Lyndal Stacey - "l know a lat but l can't think of it", Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Knights Club l, 2, Chorus 2, Teacher's As- sistant, Sonia Swartos - "Keen sense, common sense, but lots'a room for nonsense". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club i, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Yell Leader 4, Stage Crew 2, Junior Play 3, Make-up Crew 3, Student Coun- cil 2, Class Treasurer 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Girl of the Month 3, Lion's Roar Staff 4. Mike VanderGrierid - "l never trouble trouble 'til trouble troubles me". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Inspirational Award 4, Darigold Award 4, Junior Play 3, ASB Business Manager 4, Tennis 2, Boys' L 3, 4, Student Council 2, Class President 3, Class Vice President l, Boys' Club Council 3, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, Jr. Sr. Banquet General Chairman 3, Chorus i, Bond Issue Proiect 2. Janet Vander Kooi- "Here's to a girl with a heart and a smile that makes the bubble of life worthwhile". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Student Council 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, FHA l, Office Stott 4, Teacher's Assist- ant 4, All Sports Princess 3. lorry Vandermey - "A little nonsense now and then is rel- ished bythe best of men". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Man- ager I, Boys' L 2, 3, 4, FFA l, Knights Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Chorus 1. Nancy Vander Werff - "So sweet, so nice, so kind, her match is mighty hard to find". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council l, Class Sec- retary 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Of- fice Staff 4, Cafeteria Crew 4, Girl of the Month 2, Seabeck Conference 4. Donna Vander Yacht - "When there's mischief brewing, she's doing the stirring". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 4, Pep Club 2, 3 4, Office Staff 4, Teacher's Assistant 4. Noel Verduin - "Leisure is the best of all possessions". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football Man- UQSV li Boys' L 2, 3, 4, Yell Leader 4, Junior Play 3, FFA l, Jr. Sr. Banquet Tables Chair- man 3, Band l, Chorus 4, Lion's Roar Staff 4. Trudy Webster- "A pleasant personality filled with rascal- ity". Transferred from Omak High School 4, Girls' Club 4, Pep Club 4, Lion's Roar Staff 4. 'wal JMWDP in ,ti IQ' . ,lf Q-'M-1 I frat' fff ,silk Fred Vainder Veen - "Happi- ness is a habit, cultivate it". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel Officer, Teacher's Assistant l. Carole Vander Yacht - "It's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice". Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 3, 4, Secretary 3, Class Secretary 4, Ushers Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Office Staff 4, Teacher's Assistant 4, Cafeteria Crew 4, Girl of the Month 3. Larry Van Egdom - "True to his work, his word, and his friends". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' L 2 3, 4, Treasurer, Stage Crew l, Class Treasurer 4. Dennis Wagner - "Work is the greatest thing in the world, we should always save some for tomorrow". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Knights Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Chorus l. Judy Weidkamp - "A Woman with an idea cannot be argued with". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' L 2, 3, 4, President 4, Stage Crew 2, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Pep Club 2, 3' 4? FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Library 4, Jr. Sr. Banquet invitations Chair. mcflf Bflrtd 2, 3, Office Staff 4. Danny Weidkamp - "A friend to all, Cl foe io none". Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 4. Joan WYnne-- "Knowledge comes but nonsense lingers". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 49 Ushers Club 4, FHA 3, Office sreff 4, Teccl1er's Assistant 4. Dian Williams- "Life is no longer if I hurry, the world no better if l worry". Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 45 Librcry 4, Office Staff 4, Teocher's Assisfonf 4. The Annual STaTT would like To Thank The Lynclen Chamber of Commerce, Darigolcl, The Lynden Tribune, Roberi' Brown, PhoTograbher, Union PrinTing Co. and The sTUdenTs anol TaculTy Tor all The help, Hnancial anal advisory, in puTTing This book TogeTher.


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