Moses Lake High School - Tyee Yearbook (Moses Lake, WA)

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QIWQYWU ficfw 1 QQ Qtfimi Wm During the last four years we have all come to know a man who has given freely of his time and effort in order that we may always strive for a higher goal in education . . .' Mr. C. B. McFadden. We all know Mr. McFadden as a strapping, good-natured man who is always working for the future of the Moses Lake schools and for better acquaintance between faculty and the students. To Mr. McFadden who in his own words says, "Education is the most important business in the coun- try . . . schools should have the best in equipment, build- ings, and teachers for the safety and future of our coun- try," we, the students of Moses Lake High School, dedicate this, our TYEE. mul," "rg ,yi Il 14 555 ,ai L5 13 33 wa I3 is 15? 5 1? Sf inf 5? eg ii il A WK 1 fi 3 if! EQ? S3 if iz Q .1 A ii ok' E W E rw 1 M 5? ws 5' f f Q 9 FJ xl! Ps I N AXE .511 Ewa ug, Q ::: III!! ' 'Hill' xu , IH sul' If' l:::l J lllll ,, ' '!, x XV? ' f "H Q.: iff N N A S mwov-u.i.oc,e:.r" 'I ggi ,:::'- FLORENCE BORGSTROM "F1ossie" Ambition: Typist Activities: Entered from Sandy High, Oregon, 19465 Tri-Hi-Y 45 A.V.E. 3, 45 Girls Club 3, 45 Class Play 35 Office 4. PAUL BRANDON "Shorty" Ambition: College Activities: Entered from South Dakota 19465 Boys Club 35 Letterman 45 Base- ball 35 Basketball 3, 45 Foot- ball 3, 4. LAWRENCE BURTON "Ozzie" Ambition: Naval Photographer Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Tyee Staff 45 Camera Club 45 A.V.E. 2, 35 Chief Warwhoop Staff 2, 45 Ra- dio Program 4. xx , O :-:-f-X! RICIIARD CIIRISTI-INSUN "C'hris" Ambition: Success Activities: Entered from Ritzville 19473 Basketball 43 Class Play 3: :nd String All Stars Invitational Tour- nament 4. WALDU DIRKS "Wop" Ambition: Chemical I-Ingineor Activities: Chief Wm-whonp Staff 1. 23 Bookroom 4: Bus- ketball 1. 2. 3.' 1: Football 3. 4: Baseball 2: A.V.E. 25 Band 1. 2: Class Play 35 Letterman 4: Boys Club 1. 2, 3. IRVIN CLARK ' "Irvin" Ambition: Accomplished Activities: Entered from Se- attle 1947g Football 4: Class Play 3. JANICE GREY "Kate" Ambition: Veterinary Activities: Tyee Staff Chief Warwhoop Staff 2, Hi-Follies 23 Girls Club 2, 3, 45 Girls Club Play A.V.E. 2, 35 Library 1, Drill Team 23 Spanish Crafts 35 Phys. Ed. 1, 2 JUNE GALLAWAY "June" Ambition: Stenographer Activities: Girls Club 1, 2, 45 Hi-Follies 25 Phys. Ed. 1, 23 Tyee Staff 4: Chief Warwhoop Staff 1, 2, 43 Spanish 13 Chorus 1, 2, 45 Crafts, 3, Band 13 First place County Shorthand Contest 3. LAUREL GRIMSHAW "Laurel" Ambition: College Activities' Entered from Portland Oregon 1 946 Football 3 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 3 4 Lettermans Club Pres 4 Class Play 3 HAROLD HARDT ' "Sonny" Ambition: A.A.F. Pilot VIOLA JINGLING .lvin Ambition: College Activities: Chief Warwhoop Staff 45 Phys. Ed. 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Class Sec. 25 Hi-Follies 25 Tyee Staff 45 Chorus 1, 25 Librarian 35 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. Club 2, 35 Office 4. JOYCE JOHNSON "Johnnie" Ambition: Housewife Activities: A.V.E. 2, 3. 4 Camera Club 45 Phys. Edt 1, 23 Hi-Y 3, 45 Band 1. 2 Crafts 35 Boys Club 1, 2, 3 F.F.A. 25 Boys Club Play 1 Student Body Play 3. mel W' , . ,stay 4, if asm at 'W wi 1655 'HE 4422655 Q ' ,MQ-siiff i v-7L't:.l ffi-S' Ki 1' fn., ,. fg'+1+ffw1swWfisI .5 -2 if,'y"55.g,.w.. figeai at 1 6 W' M: ty imw 'H f- K ' T .J 2- '51 3 ' C flim - - 1 5 .F '::Sf9.is3'2fQ1gs2I's5 63 'if H. iii. . lzgsfzssiifliii..--,-, 1 ' 'gp -' ' fi , I 5 ...gy A ,' 3, A 5 H. ' iiifiif ' lx: E 31 Activities: Chorus 15 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Phys. Ed. 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Follies 25 Home Ec. Club 2, 3. MARILYN JOHNSON "Mari" Ambition: Success Activities: Entered from Sumner 19463 Phys. Ed. 3, 43 Class Play 33 Class Treas. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 49 Home Ed. 3: Girls Club 3, 4. ANDREW KNODEL I A Y Ambition: Electrician Activities : Entered from Q North Dakota 1947: Base- ball 4g Basketball 45 Let- terman 4. 5 i D9 JOYCE LYBBERT nspudn Ambition: To be happy Activities: Entered from Utah 1946: A.V.E. 3: Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Girls Club 3, 45 Chief War- whoop Staff 4: Tyee Staff 4. Hklilifassfs' film-'ish HELEN MILLER t'He1en" Ambition: College Activities: Class Treas. lg Basketball Princess 33 Tri- Hi-Y 3, 49 Tri-Hi-Y Sec. 3: Drill Team 2g Hi-Follies 25 Home Ec. Club 2, 35 Chief Warwhoop Staff 2, 4, Class Play 33 Office 3, 45 Tyee Staff 43 Chorus 13 G.A.A. 4: Student Body Vice Pres- 3g Pep Club 3, 45 Student Council 3, 4. DONNA MOYER "Don" Ambition: Housewife Activities: Attended Mary- cliff High School, Spokane 39 Girls Club 1, 2, 43 Phys. Ed. 1, 23 Chorus 1, 4: Chief Wax-whoop Staff 43 Tyee 'Staff 4. EARL MORLAN npa., Ambition: To be like Dad Activities: Entered from Or- egon 1945Q Football 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 45 Letter- man 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 A.V.E. 23 Stage Manager of Class Play 33 Camera Club 3, 4. ORVILLE PI-IELPS "Obie" Ambition: Farmer Activities: Entered from Richland 19463 Class Play 3: Phys. Ed. 4. DUANE PATTON "Scotty" Ambition: To own a ranch Activities: Entered from White Swan 19463 Hi-Y 33 Band'4g A.V.E. 3, 4: Cam- era Club 43 Class Play 3: Boys Club 33 Tyee Staff 45 Chief Warwhoop Staff 4. CLAYTON RUCKER "Clay" Ambition: College Activities: Entered from Renton 19475 Hi-Y 45 Class Play Crew 35 Baseball ,4. PATRICIA RUSSELL "Pat" Ambition: Primary Teacher Activities: Entered from Coeur d'Alene 1947: Tyee Staff 4: Chief Warwhoop Staff 4: Office 4. BETTE MAE SAUNDERS "Bette" Ambition: College Activities: Class Pres. 1: Girls Club Play 1: Home Ec. Club Pres. 3: Drill Team 1, 2: Phys. Ed. 1, 2, 3, 4: Yell Leader 3: Class Play 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Student Body Vice Pres. 4: G.A.A. 4: Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 4: Band 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: Office 4: I-Ii-Follies 2: G.A.A. Vice Pres. 4: Girls Club Sec. 3: Girls Club Treas. 2: Class Sec. 3: Class Yell Leader 3. BARBARA SCHUSTER "Barb" Ambition: College Activities: Class Play 3: Hi- Follies 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Home Ec. Club 2, 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Phys. Ed. 1, 2. Il'-V ' ' gf JAMES SCOTT "Jim" Ambition: Civil Engineer Activities: Entered from Oklahoma 1947: Baseball 3, 4: Football 4: Class Play 3: Letterman 4. JAMES SPIDELL "Jim" Ambition: Agricultural College Activities: Entered from Or- egon 1946: Baseball 2, 3, 43 Football 3: Class Pres. 39 Letterman 3, 43 Hi-Y Pres. 33 Student Body Pres. 4: Chief Warwhoop Staff 3, 4: Boys Club 3, 43 Tyee 'Ed- itor 4g Hi-Follies 2. GERALD STIMPSON "Jerry" Ambition: College Activities: Entered from Or egon 19473 Basketball 4 Hi-Y Treas. 4: Letterman 4 lst All Star Team Invita- tional Tournament 4. ...nl pri uw'- .mn iw f DONALD SUTTER "Don" Ambition: Certified Public Accountant Activities: Entered from Yelm 19455 Chief Warwhoop Staff 2, 45 F.F.A. 25 F.F.A. Serg. at Arms, 25 Hi-Y 3, 4: Hi-Y Sec. 35 Tyee Staff 45 Hi-Follies 25 Librarian 45 Student Body T r e a s. 45 Class Pres. 45 Basketball 2, 35 Boys Club 2, 35 Student Council 45 Chairman of Tick- et Sales 45 lst Place Winner in Grant County Bookkeep- ' ing Contest 3. WALTER WILLGING "Whitey" Ambition: Coach Activities: Boys Club 1, 25 Basketball 2,, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Band 25 2nd All County Team 4. RAYMOND SWANSON ..Ray,, Ambition: College Activities: Entered from Sil- verdale 19465 Football 45 Basketball 3, 45, Baseball 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 A.V.E. Vice Pres. 35 Boys Club Sec. 35 Chief Warwhoop Staff 3, 45 Hi-Y Pres. 45 Student Council 45 2nd A11-county 45 lst All Star Team In- vitational Tournament 4. ...w- LORIN LYBBERT Entered '48 Came from Rosemary, Alberta GEORGE CABLE RAY L. DARNALL Mid-term graduate Advisor Came from St. Paul, Minnesota DON SU'I'I'ER WALDO DIRKS Valedictorian Salutatorian Swim Sneak 4:30 a. m., Friday, April 30. The sun has not yet risen to bestow upon a yawning group of students its comforting warmth. What are students doing out at this time of the morning, you ask? Have they just gotten up or are they 'just getting in? No, this is an intrepid group of cold, sleep- laden Seniors, 27 of them, plus two long suffering adults, off to beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene for their SENIOR SNEAK. And how they snuck!! The only people who didn't know they were going was the junior class. Top row- Kenneth Gies, Harlin Gillett, Don Goodwin, Allan Garrett. Second row -Joyce Davis, Jeanne Ec- cles, Patsy Gilberts, Verna Jean Davis. Mr. Carl Humphrey, Junior Class Advisor. Top row - Paul Adriance, Lucinda Adriance, Lois Barn- hill. Second row -- Stanley Caldwell, Marjorie Bostick, B a r b a r a Anderson, Fern Borgstrom. Joyce Davis, sgt-at-arms, Coy Birdsall, sgt-at-armsg Dixie Lee Joy, treasurerg Paul Adriance, sec- retary, Jeanne Hartman, vice pres- ident. Top row-Howard Rohlinger, Betty Pennell, Gayle Hansen, Evelyn Morris. Second row -Berty Pennell, Victor Ott- mar, Elma Ottmar. Top row-Roger Murdock, Clarence Jingling, Turner Kemp, James Harmon. Second row- Betty Moyer, J e a n n e Hartman, Nonnie Hochstatter, Dixie Lee Joy.. Class President- Barbara Scott Bottom row-Lendell Salmon, Gene Earley, Jared Starr, Barbara Scott, Agnes Van Aus- die, Irene Ottmar, Coy Birdsall Left to rights- top row - Jim Martin, George Schiffner, Ray- mond Tainter, Kather- ine Sturdevant, Arlene Trenner, Vivian Sutter :gy vww -w i,-wv'was+a-1x?,v-4 ,ww-effefsvwsmewmzzs1,f,m,zmm'-:law a Z KT... if Y y 4 5 was . fx ,L 12 jy ' Lypf x 42 4' ' 15,1 1' - 4 ,sw NW13, f 4? NJ kk.f A . F U X Y .QD -fr. 2232 . 1 4. A Q 1 5 az Q. Dick Neglay, president to right: top row-Willmer Stilwell, Darrell Tichacek Dick Neglay, Carl Stilwell, DeVerle Wedell, Perry Ottmar Dave Miller, Roy Phelps. First row-Grant Richardson, Davld Starr, Hazel Hinrichs, Donna Mullins, Donna Jo Young, Donnie Johnson, Walter Morris, Jim Swem. CAbsent, Bette Sizemore J Tommy Dills, treasurer, Donna Jo Young, secretary, Jim sgt.-at-arms. Swem Mrs Ruberta Sanford advlsor Left to rxght top row B111 Jelmberg Ronme Johnson John Rose Donald McBee James J erman Kenneth Horn Bottom row Barbara Joy Patt Jones Adelyn Je rome Dorls Latshaw Fumx KOHlShl Katherlne McDon a Left to rlght top row Ralph Fuller Tommy Dxlls Robert Bumgardner Jack Cox Joe H111 John Bostlck Bottom row Patty Carlson Ruth Burress Donald Gar rett Wyona Abbs Stanley Eccles Joan Earley Charming Queen Jo of the Soph Hop Teens at the Tolo wwf- , www? V W V ,a1::ggaj3Qggs2a:vi1,Lmafg-g5y?1,2B'fv1f63W1M"k7 Y ' ' 1 E 2 Left to right: back row-Jimmy Garrison, Jim Cox, Alvin Caldwell, Bert Byanii, Her- bert Hochstatter. Front row--Shirley Gal- lager, Ann Ackerman, Beverly Gillett, Betty Burress. ezaedfxmen Left to right: back row-Robert Taylor, Junior Thompson, Clara Van Ausdle. Front row-Norma Pemberton, Edith Sapp, Bobby Gates, Margaret Wynn. Joyce Leighton, president ai r ,....,,. ,. ,,,,,, ,,. , r 5 V.Q.,,,, ,,:' , wi: ff ,if-3 . l U. f A M ., ,isa fm.,-W,. ',.s..-tt M rs,-H - i n 7' .: it '9 .. g g ., - A M., ,K 9122. 1 ' s'ff'-W SHE gs- , Q- at V L was X 153 425-af f Left to right: top row-Milo Hyatt, Lowell Davis, Francis Dial, June Greenough. Second row-Nor-ma Hackston, Gloria Hardt, Frances Jen- kins, Goldie Jingling, Dorothy Baker. Mr. T. G. Gibby, advisor Sonny Hale, vice pres.g Cecil Larreau, sgt.-at-armsg Mary Earley, sgt.-at-armsg Lowell Davis, treas.g Frances Jenkins, sec. Left to right - Waltena Sheppard, Sandra Weeks, Glenn Stilwell, William Reese, Philip Royer. Left to right: back row - Johnny Dills, Kenneth Pearson, Mar- tin Erickson, Sonny Hale, Jack Sivley. Front row - Chester Hitchcock, T h e 1 m a Lybbert, Mary Earley, Ivor Goodrich, Leon- ard Dirks. CAbsent, Marian Borgstromd Left to right: back row- Dolores Olson, Thelda Lyb- bert, Cecil Larreau, Joyce Leighton, Lois Owen, June Price. Front row-Berna Lybbert, Jean Price, Robert Latshaw, Alice Maxwell, Re- nae Jorgensen, Janice Mc- Laughlin. Just put your hand down- there! these frosh were told at initiation. Hope I never end up there! If Emily Post could see the way we eat pie! Yipe!! It's cold! iff! 2 1 my f 1 f,- I 1-vigil , ff X I 4 , jf g . + Neg 'Xxx 'll ' jjj !! ' 6, uelft I' J XA .LX N N mm Y!! K , ,f fix' xy, ., M I +1 ' lm, all :F FQ, gf, 'IH ' Q! gfv "i- 0 Q Q Q 5 , sllx - "I" V' X l 1 Q I 1 "'. -' 4 me--fa-M s M N ,, 3 ' 1' ' 1 ,f , a- - - . 1 1 'Y I' 3-'V 1 . , lx ff ' .ffs s dgggiggziuggj ,fl l A1 :hill U34 D" 'F-l fb 7 '-. 2:1255 gfsgfiiff QQ " x--Q e...' Q f Bw uni' ff , 5 -,24 l ,I s x. ll, I i 72 'ages MR. C. B. MCFADDEN Supt. Here-Four Years Degree-B. A. tEdJ, W.S.C. Hobbies-Sports, Reading Came From-Pasco, Wash- ington Special Honors or Activities - Secretary - Treasurer, Grant County W. E. A.: Secretary, Columbia Basin School Development As- sociation eww The center of school life is the office, "melting pot" for classes, faculty and any- one else who "muscles in." Several girls worked in the office this year, aiding Mr. Darnall, Mr. McFadden and Mrs. Hender- son in their manifold tasks. Everyone who has connection with the office knows of the willing help given by the staff on any problem. MRS. ORLENA C. HENDERSON Sec. Here-Two years Graduated From-Western Washington College of Ed- ucation Hobbies-Photography, Pho- to Tinting. Came From - Bellingham, Washington MR. RAY L. DARNALL Prin. Here-Three years Degree - B. A., Eastern Washington College of Ed- ucationg B. E., W. S. C. Subjects-Math H o b b i e s - Golf, Fishing, Driving C a m e F r o m-Whitefish, Montana Activities-Student Body Ad- visor, Student Council Ad- visor, Senior Class Advis- or, Substitute Coach Helen and the file-I'll fmd that record Late again-What? No Ex- cuse? County first place, or bust. MISS DOROTHY CRUNK Taught Here-Five years Degree-B.S. CEdl, U of Idaho Subjects-Typing I, Typing II, Shorthand, Bookkeep- ing, Journalism Hobbies-Sports, Reading Came From-Priest River, Idaho Activities -- Advisor, Gir1's Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, G. A. A., Chief Warwhoop. Tyee ' Special Honor or Office- Chairman, County Com- mercial Contest Lets see. If put D credit with that debit, will it balance? I'll never type another manuscript, so help me! eommfncial One of the largest single departments in the school is Commercial. Here green students emerge. at the end of the year as full-fledged typists, stenog- raphers, bookkeepers and reporters, much to their surprise and that of their teacher, Miss Dorothy Crunk, whose image will always confront the stu- dent who strives for better things. One of the chief projects of the commercial de- partment is the yearly county commercial contest held in Ephrata near the end of the term. The commercial students always manage to cop at least one first place each year and often more. Whys and wherefores Presided over by Mr. Charles Chamber- lin is the new science department. One of the finest laboratories in the state aids students in physics, photography, and bi- ology to skim the surface of the vast amount of science in the world. Mr. Cham- Just checking up Getting a charge out of physics Special Honors or Offices-Grant MR. CHARLES CHAMBERLIN Taught Here-Four years Degrees-B,A., Eastern Washing- ton College of Educationg B.S., University of Washington. Subjects-Physics, Photography Hobbies - Photography, Hunting, Fishing Came From-Spokane, Washing- ton Activities-A.V.E., Camera Club, Boys' Club what we re studying. County W. E. A. President, Vice President Washington State D. A. V. I. tDept. Audio Visual In- structionl, Director of Teaching Aids of Moses Lake Schools anelfld berlin is the center of the school's photog- raphy as this is his hobby and favorite subject Many of his students suspect him of being weaned on hypo and film nega- Picture factory-here the photog- raphy students turn out various and sundry prints for all. We re learning photography-honest, that's Inseparables - Mr. Gibby, his algebra book, and the black- board. Mr. Gibby casting dire threats to a flunking math student. General math-We're study- ing so hard!! MR. T. G. GIBBY - Taught Here-Four years Degree - B. S. Brigham Young University Subjects - General Science, General Mathematics, Bi- ology, Algebra, Geometry Hobbies - Gardening, Arch- ery Came From-Ogden, Utah Activity-Freshman Advisor Numdma A familiar friend is Mr. T. G. Gibby, math teacher, who daily endeavors to pound into the heads of willing iand otherwisel stu- dents variations of the simple equation two plus two equals four. But, at term's end, they seem to emerge able to use and understand it. Q The girls Quint Trio-and they Ann her plano and a few of the Slng too' songsters MR. D. DONALD PLUMB Taught Here-Two years Degrees-B. S., Kansas: A. M Colorado Subject-Music Hobby-Engineering Came From--Sequim, Washington Activity-Special Music Groups Special Honor or Office - Host County Music Festival Am! !Va1fe4 Mr D Donald Plumb music director has double duty instructing band and chor al groups at both the high school and the grades Of the outside activities of the music department most important were a con cert and a county music festival which took place in the Moses Lake gym A few of those musical minded masters wait for the downbeat Pumice and its products" Patton, shining the speech class. To be or not to be"-English III hears "Hamlet", f1Mw,az.l,f Mr. David Dahl presides over English III and IV, struggling manfully with upperclassmen in an effort to show them the rudiments of speech and literature. Mr. Dahl will long be remembered by the students of English III for his insistent and moving portrayal of "Hamlet" Mr. Dahl has had some experience in the legiti- mate theater, vaudeville and moving pictures, MR. DAVID DAHL Taught Here-Started February 1948 Degrees-B. A. CEdJ: Teachers College, Valley City, S. D. Subjects-Speech, English III and IV, Dra- matics Hobbies-Travel, Reading Came From-Cambridge, Minnesota Activities-A11 School Plays, Oratorical and Essay Contests The play! "The play's the thing" reveals Mr. Dahl to the English III stu- dents. MRS. RUBERTA SANFORD Taught Here-One year Degree-B.S. iEdJ, Missouri State Teachers College Subjects-English I and II Hobbies-Sewing and Reading Came From-Iowa Avtivities - Library, Sophomore Advisor Transitive or intransitive? MR. ED PROFE Taught Here--Two years Degree-B.S., New York Univer- sity Subjects-Physical Education, Me- chanical Drawing, Coaching Hobbies-Fishing, Hunting Came From--New York Activity - S p o r t s Announcer, KSEM Laying it down H Putting a punt across 4m Emp Q Mr. Ed Profe, able athletic coach, heads the striving classes of boys' physical edu- cation students in the high school and thc- grades. Daily the boys aim basketballs, throw curve balls, and try to improve their athletic ability in general. Mr. Profe also teaches the mechanical drawing class, which struggles over rulers, T-squares and triangles. 45'-90" or flunk Bandage binders get some victims cornered 4.4 aw A late arrival to the faculty, Miss Cora Munzer, is the capable, well-poised girls' phys- ical education instructor. A variety of girls' sports, as well as calisthenics and square dancing are taught in her classes. Miss Munzer also heads the first-aid class, dubbed the "bandage-binders" by casual observ- ers. Here students find pressure-points, treat shock and snake-bite, and trap anyone they can to practice on. Tx-..u. 1......1 4.1.-T un... - MISS CORA MUNZER' Taught Here-One Year Degree-B. S. lEdJ, Kan- sas State Teachers Col- lege. Subjects - Physical Educa- tion, First Aid. Hobbies - Riding, Knitting Archery, Reading, Travel- ing. Came From-Eskridge, Kan- sas. Activities-High School G A. A., Jr. High G. A, A. he - 'Q wzf..a....-Q ' --,wr-gy-mm M ...Q MR. CARL HUMPHREY Taught Here-Two years Degree - A. B. Colorado College of Education Subjects - Social Sciences, Driver Education Hobby-Photography Came From-Seattle, Wash- ington Activity-Hi-Y Special Honor or Office- President, Southern Divi- sion W. E. A. Driving students looh, la lal Naaund Me Glade The social sciences of our school thrive under the direction of Mr. Carl Humphrey. Mr. Humphrey also instructs the student driving class, which strives to turn out safer and better teen-age drivers, That's Kansas. Not New York TEST DAY-just the usual thing in U. S. History on Friday A bunch of sew 'n' sews 9nlfne Jfame Under the able direction of Miss Lillian Mattson, would-be cooks and seamstresses become accom- plished chefs and tailors. In the spacious home economics department, Miss Mattson reigns su- preme over such things as scant cupfuls and tai1or's tacks. Now a little of this and a drop of' that and this is what you get . . . oh! oh! MISS LILLIAN MATTSON Taught Here-Three years Degree-B.S., State Normal Sz Industrial School, North Dakota Subjects-Home Ec. I, II. III, IV Hobbies - Fishing, Leather Work, Needlework Came From-Leonard, North Dakota Activities - F. H. A. Club. Girls' Club Making it hot for somebody! Hit oil yet? Cutting up a little! Guimle... The agriculture department of our school has the distinction of having a workshop of its own and making frequent field trips. By actually engaging in farming prac- tices, the boys prove themselves real future farmers. In frequent agriculture-spon- sored contests in the county and district, members of the three ag classes have consistently either won or placed high. MR. MAURICE PEARSON Taught Here-Three years Degree-B.S., W.S.C. Subject-Agriculture Hobby-Baseball Came From-Enumclaw, Wash- ington Activity-F.F.A, Advisor rw., ! r will L S 5 E A ,,...,....-.,,....,-W ,,,,..,...w............-H--' ...umm- M,.Q-.,-.-- -av--ow-w W ,NW ,wwf 5 XP I -l xliggfr 4 Is' Z -, vi 1 Y 2 E i Nz., 1 i , Q Q 5 'fix X 1' ' ex M X I4 M hfieq, Y Z 55' v Qs: -X if Z' S? 5 15 ' 1 S? 1 sf .WED 3 A, ly . lik E f ' L4 Eg 5' ff 1. VP Q J mt" 'ff lf! N. f f N , 1 . 1 - . ' "Q, ff fX , f, ga 1 'wQi2::L'C' -X - " ' eA?3?i3 ' 1 ,E Y i 66666 rl-GAA' RP-ZZLE D A7,'Z,LE Through the first semes- ter athletic season, Jeanne Hartman, Dixie Lee Joy, and Bobbie Fuson imbued Moses Lake rooting sections, assem- blies, and pep rallies with a spark that made everyone feel the old spirit of Moses Lake rise high. fbmz .Queen C-ILLI?-F S During basketball season Bobby moved to North Car- olina, leaving only Dixie and -Jeanne to carry on. Patsy Gilberts and Gayle Hansen were added to the yell squad during basketball season, and the four brown- ettes carried on for the rest of the year. CHA T AN O-r Pala, COACH ED PROFE In his second year at Moses Lake, Coach Ed Profe spent many grueling evenings on the field to make a team out of his inexperienced players. Former experience included coaching at a Long Island High School before going to Seattle io become assistant athletic director at the Athletic Club. While in the navy for 4 years as a physical education director he turned out two national swimming teams. He is also a member of the National Volleyball Association of Referees of which there are only 34 members in the Unitcd States. Slim, athletic-looking, Coach Profe's own ath- letic prowess is not small. He won the award for the outstanding athlete at New York University in 1936-37 while he was a senior there. Liking most sports, Mr. Profe especially enjoys swimming and playing badminton and volleyball. A Left to right top row Lowell Davis, Irvin Clark, Lendell Salmon. Second row Walter Whitey Willging, Laurel Grimshaw, Jim Scott, John Rose Coy Birdsall Harlm Gillett Allan Garrett, Kenneth Pearson. Manager David Starr I Assistant Leonard Dirks Captain Laurel Grimshaw Third row-Ray Swanson, Curtis Davis, Earl Morlan, Waldo Dirks, Walter Morris Roger Murdock, Perry Ottmar. Bottom row-Jimmy Harmon, Donald Garrett, Paul Brandon, Stanley Eccles. Leavenworth snags ball from Birdsall. aw sw.: cam., sag. Shifting this year from the Notre Dame Box to the T formation, the Moses Lake grid team was much improved over last year's team, the first here since 1941. Lack. of weight was the ,chief cause of switching to the T formation, which features use of deception instead of power. Changing of formation, coming in of other players, and one year of experience contributed to doublmg over last year of yardage gained both in air and on the ground. Games away from home gave the gridders the new experience of night games at Grand Coulee and Chelan. Touchdowns in all but three games, including two in the Ephrata game, showed scoring power: but wrong strategy and wrong plays, due to inexperience, lost many touchdowns for the squad. P BRANDON Shlfty hxps A GARRETT Future ground mer ids' X 7.4 .AI eww I xx 19311 Q We 'i v 4342 5 ew 2 H I":, " ::?1?W4' :' .:5ZYsQ:?5 ,fi ' 3 4. Q' I 'v y iw :e-: -,.. .,... S in , , ...L I .,.,. 5 J f v , m e Q Z . , ..,,. r. DIRKS 111ed center hole Moses Moses Moses Moses Moses Moses Moses J. scoTT "Out of my Wayg I'm coming thru" Rose stopped by two Leavenworth men. Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Town Team ..... ....... Ritzville ...... Chelan .......... Leavenworth Wenatchee B Grand Coulee Ephrata ........ C. BIRDSALL Coy wxth the Here There There Here There There Here W WILLGING Hard dI'lV1l"lg fu P. OTTMAR End around O Left to right: top row-Stanley Caldwell, Roger Murdock, Lendell Salmon, Perry Ottmar. Second row-Harlin Gillett, Don Goodwin, Chester Hitchcock, Lowell Davis. Third row-Walter Willging, Ray Swan- emz, flaqfbaanall "To make a team to be proud of out of a few boys who had never played to- gether before," was the task Coach Ray Darnall undertook at the first of the sea- son due to the illness of Coach Ed Profe. Before coming to Moses Lake in 1945, Mr. Darnall coached at Prescott. His team there won a position in the Southeast dis- trict tournament. Mr. Darnall graduated from Eastern Washington College of Education before attending Washington State. College. At Eastern Washington, where he majored in physical education, Mr. Darnall made his letter in basketball, which is his favorite sport. son Laurel Grimshaw Turner Kem I I p' Fourth row-Dick Christenson, Andy Kno- del, Jerry Stimpson, Waldo Dirks, Paul Brandon. Bottom row-Allan Garrett, Dick Neglay, Martin Erickson. MUHGQCM 2 Hard work and little glory go to the towel toters for the Chiefs. They hand out towels, keep the suits pressed and cleaned, and pack the suits and equipment for out-of-town games. Leonard Dirks, freshman Con the rightl, was elected manager for this hoop season, Stanley Ec- cles, sophomore, assisted. Center D. Christenson J. Stimpson T. Kemp ' Forward Opponent Ephrata 28 Grand Coulee 34 Warden 25 Wilson Creek 31 Quincy 34 Ephrata 22 Gra.nd Coulee 27 Wilson Creek 35 Hartline 27 Warden 36 Hartline .29 Quincy 31 Total Points 359 Swanson tips in a short one, Chiefs 30 37 35 46 39 38 43 46 28 48 35 50 475 Forward Guard R.. Swanson Forward fVan-.fcaqae Gonna Opponent Chiefs 20 Odessa 21 Odessa 37 22 Lind 28 29 Kittitas 50 52 Ritzville 43 41 Davenport 25 29 Ritzville 43 14 Connell 23 45 Connell 16 42 Kitfltas 31 39 Lind 22 41 A Rosalia 36 29 Total Points 375 403 Sllarded. by W81'del'l'S Suko- Christenson goes up for a lay-in. Whitey waits for the ball as it Wanta he1p Ray, Andy? rolls off the rim in the Moses Lake-Ephrata game. Giuzf aide 70704 .league Generalship of steady, colorful Captain Whitey Willging . . . scoring artist Ray Swanson, who gained a total of 231 season points . . . long corner shot artist Dick Christenson . . . shifty ball snatcher Jerry Stimp- son . . . speedball Andy Knodel, who.was high in total league points gained with 93 . . . calzm unruffled Turner Kemp . . . height lent by Laurel Grirnshaw, handy under the basket . . . reserve power furnished by hard- working, dependable Harlin Gillett, Waldo Dirks, Paul Brandon . . . un- derstanding, friendship, helpfulness, coaching ability of Ray Darnall, who filled in when Coach Profe became ill . . . sportsmanship . . . teamwork . . . this combination furnished a powerful scoring attack and tight defense unbeatable during league play. P. Brandon L. Grimshaw Gu Center ard A Knodel Guard W. Dirks H. Glllett Guard Forward 64444 We 'Yea 7""1'J'f Defeating Creston the first night, taking a bye the second, and defeating Odessa the last night,-the Chiefs climaxed their hoop season by copping the first place Lions' Club 'trophy in the Invitational Tourna- ment at Odessa March 4, 5, 6. Two, Ray Swanson and Jerry Stimpson, from the Chief's quintet placed on the first all-star team, and two, Dick Christenson and Turner Kemp, on the second. Jerry gets away for a- shot against Grand Coulee in the tourney. 'See what the Chiefs won at Odessa? GRANT COUNTY TOURNEY They We Wilson Creek Devils 23 45 Grand Coulee Tigers 56 48 Hartline Buckaroos 27 37 130 Total Points 106 ODESSA LIONS CLUB INVITATIONAL They We Creston ' 33 48 Odessa 29 39 Total Points 62 87 ew '14, as an In vw Going into the annual Grant County Tournament as the favorites because of an undefeated season in league play, the Chiefs were downed in their second game by a "red hot," aggressive Grand Coulee squad. The maroon and gold quintet then trimmed a powerful Hartline five to win the third-place trophy. Turner Kemp placed on the first all- county five, and Ray Swanson and "Whit- ey" Willging, on the second. This is the first time the tournament has been played in Moses Lake. Whitey at the gift line against Wilson Creek in our first tourna- ment game. Ephrata Grand Coulee Odessa Lind Kittitas Ritzville Davenport Ritzville Ephrata Grand Coulee Kittitas Lind Warden HA" ' Total Points 339 281 We 15 15 31 20 41 25 24 35 17 26 33 23 34 B-Boys Battle filth amp Winning 9 out of 13 games of the hoop season was the successful record the Little Chiefs basketeers chalked up. Outstanding on the "B" squad were Lowell Davis, Chester Hitchcock, Roger Murdock, Stanley Caldwell, and Allan Garrett. "B" squad hoopsters put 339 points through the hoop to their opponents' 281. A man-to-man style of play used by the Little Chiefs provided a tight defense against opponents. They 26 27 9 18 22 27 19 Check 'em hard! 20 13 16 33 Left to right back row Coach Ed Profe, Jim Swem, pitcher: Robert Bumgardner infield Lowell Davis right field: Stanley Caldwell, outfield Laurel GPlmSh8W third base Ray Swanson, pitcher: Clayton Rucker, in field Allan Garrett pitcher Wh1tey" Willging, first baseg Kenneth Pearson outfleld Herbert Hochstatter, outfield. Front row-"Ozzie' Burton left field Dick Neglay outfield Don Garrett, center fieldg Chester Hitchcock catcher Walter Morris catcherg Andy Knodel, shortstopg Jim Spidell second base Turner Kemp shortstop. GRANT COUNTY BASEBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS A Won Lost Pct. O Grand Coulee 4 1.000 Moses Lake 3 2 .600 Ephrata 3 2 .600 Quincy 2 2 .500 Wilson Creek 2 3 .400 Hartline O 5 .000 Quincy and Grand Coulee game cancelled due to rain. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Moses Lake 11-7 Warden Moses Lake 5-0 Quincy Moses Lake 11-6 Hartline Moses Lake 15-8 Odessa Moses Lake 5-13 Grand Coulee Moses Lake 11-6 Ephrata Moses Lake 2-4 Wilson Creek Moses Lake 5-4 Warden It was a hit for Arkie in the Moses Lake vs.-Quincy game. W e"e if ' sci-xi? :F B' MWF 7 g 1 ' H. e ' .,'Qgf, ,'s. fi"-Ja h .E e ase? K A .s':-'ef 3' W Q: 5 " Buedalleu 84444, feaque New Competing with dust, rain, and sometimes even hail, the Moses Lake sluggers had little practice but did well on the diamond in Grant County League play. This is the first year Grant County teams have formed a league. It con- sists of six teams: Moses Lake, Quincy, Hartline, Wilson Creek, Grand Coulee, and Ephrata. Each team plays each other team once. Winner of the league represents the county at the district in .Wenatchee was -,ww , Y V..! 2fT.I2,SfS5J 1 A ,ip -:Q k 1 F K . pw? -,:a: .M'. n f. , ' - E N " 'a g , - -' -fs, 'fm 1fH.1,::.1' 6- ' Wx- "5 wfwg--f ,wif-,fer 2 .N - wa .V ' wg, 'vm f'w'T4. . 5 45 "fff'4'f' Aa W , " 1- rr- 51-4 ' ' gi, o oo o ' 2 - W ., A. 1 On your mark . ifse-A' 1 mia: Q W' W- ' Look out below! Will he make it? Photo fll'11Sh Fancy Steppin' Sagebrush Olymplcs Unhh . . . how far? "VVhoopee" We got a touchdown! Into the game Your pep! Get hep! Nope, no bribe. Oo O08-1 , 0 19 Do or die Taps jmww mam , V ,, .,m-uniwweebm G X :WW 7 . Q' Q! 1 . EZ 022-5 A ag fi! N , 94 Q- xi 1 Ci! , 5 f Q2 QX Y? il 'W' ff X 0 X1 y Zta? W I v NJ tl , G- 1 9 mm t , .9 ,. ff X ' i ' fr "'. , my WM. 'id f V JL K 'Rf -N r" Xxgy f J. ' X' .3 K, if n. Q A K f ,lpglx I , Fi-:Elf ai.: N !l V W , fiifnfv'-3 ff W7 , 5 QW-: A T - if x - K ,. aww, h' . : Hwy: x X si I I N 5 2' N x'h . 3' HQ I 4 4 5' N xnflukgmiz 4 I 'I UI ,. f -Tilyfaxrgxxxxxidxssl L W ' i Y .- ,f ' N - 'llm lnvlll f,4, kb' fl. . Easy does it! This is the way you do lf' girls. GM ZW PM -'bw More and more the fairer sex is taking part in the field of athletics. For the second year in succession, the sports-minded girls of Moses Lake High School were spring hostesses at a Grant County Play Day after attending one held in Ephrata early this fall. The girls also have been active in a variety of sports including basket- ball, softball, volleyball. tenniquoits, badminton and variations of softball. Calisthenic cuties at Ephra ta Play Day. After the game Up xt goes and www spam June Prlce forever yellmg Help lt over Marxlyn Johnson trymg to Jltterbug to the bands muslc keepmg track of the ball when MarJorxe Bostxck g1ves It a w11d sock and trymg to understand why Betty Burress always serves the volleyball backwards mstead of over the net are a few of the thmgs that w111 stand out m the Tnemorxes of all the gxrls who part1c1 pated 1n the sports Girls' Play Day--Where'd it go? Oh, there it is Kicking it high in kickballl Nice hit at Play Day What a racket, Pat It'S the pitch! Time out at Ephrata Play Day Batter UP We've gotta win Over the net Bathing Beauties ZW ? 2 .47 M .J Q25 -f- l'w 'W'4f'lf, N , ' Fw f wx 1 'NIU If I 'f f ' wr Ili I if fffif' rl V7 . Xia? kv S I LXR 1 XXI if 7 ff , X X ??' W'-Nffx Q' . , XJQ: it J Z 0-I x x L, H if '72 hPa 4 f N8 f f 4--fr, . N ' , 1 W :l'ws-- 1 ' .531-ffwr: - 1, J-E -- -- , GO r-1 1.4 x X C.W.C.E. quartet comes out with "Make Mine Country Sty1e." Supt. C. B. McFadden and Mr. Russ Hansen, school board chair-. man, hand Mrs. Pearl A. Wana- maker, state superintendent of schools, some Moses Lake pota- toes and onions. Bribery, boys? March of Dimes you say? Some people will do anything to help out. Spidell student body president at the dedication of the new high school building Oh you slick chicks! was the night before Christmas and all through the hguse, 11012 3 creature was stirring, GXCCPY three bums we know! The big shots of the student body. We love those National A ' ' S- semblies. We liked the mockingbird too, Bird Man. Yes, we were on the air, too. They say that's a generator, Scott. Jim Bette Patsy Left to right: back row- Stanley Caldwell, Boy's Club president, Don Goodwin, F.F.A. pres- ident, Laurel Grimshaw, Lettermen's presi- dent, Dick Neglay, sophomore president: Ray Swanson, Hi-Y president, Duane Patton, Camera Club presidentg Waldo Dirks, advertising manager: Don Sutter, treasurer. Second row--Joyce Leighton, freshmen president: Verna Jean Davis, G.A.A. representative, Barbara Schuster, Tri- I-Ii-Y president, Helen Miller, senior vice president: Jim Spidell, student body president. First row-Gloria Hardt, A.V.E. repre- sentativeg Patsy Gilberts, student body secretaryg Jeanne Hartman, Gir1's 'Club presidentg Barbara Scott, junior president, Vivian Sutter, first semester Tri-Hi-Y rep- resentative. iAbsent-Dixie Joy, yell rep- resentative.J few faqaflhn Here is the constant buzz of the cogs of the school's government. The student council, advised by Principal Ray Darnall, plans all student body affairs, one of the main ones being the national as- semblies almost each month. One of their biggest headaches is to keep the Chiefs clothed, equipped, and cared for. The council also pushes anything that spells fun or betterment for the students. One day they felt good and even paid for two busses to go to the basketball game in Hartline. Ruling officers of the council are the same as those of the student body and the members Waldo include a member of each class, club,and all other organizations in Mr,-.Darnall school. Don Left to right: Dixie Joy, Bill Jelmberg, Francis Dial, Herbert Hochstatter, Janice McLaughlin, DeVerle Wedell, Ronnie John- son, Donnie Johnson, Jimmy Garrison, Jeanne Hartman, Bette Sizemore, Barbara Joy, Duane Patton, Mr. Plumb, Ken Pear- son, Ivor Goodrich, Dick Christenson, Allen Garrett, Lowell Davis, Philip Royer. zz .qfvae Too many boys in the band were on the basketball, football and baseball teams, so the Chiefs fought this year without the triumph of a grand march. The band, under the direction of Mr. D. Donald Plumb, played for several public occasions, played over the air, and played for many of the school pep rallies. Choral groups are the high school mixed chorus and the girls' quint trio. Mixed chorus and the trio made many public hearings, sang for P.-T.A., sang in the Music Festival, sang for private clubs and entertained the high school. The choral groups are also directed by Mr. Plumb. Left to right: back row-Walter Morris, Grant Richardson, Ca11l"Stilwell, Don Garrett. Second row-Lois Owen, Donna Moyer, Thelda Lybbert, Thelma Lybbert, Joyce Lybbert, Wyona Abbs, Adelyn Jerome. Third row-Jeanne Hartman, Shirley Gallager, Ann Ackerman, June Gallaway, Jo Young, Jeanne Price. Kathy McDonald. Front row-Bette Sizemore, Goldie Jingling, Barbara Joy, Dixie Joy, Dorothy Baker, Renae Jorgensen, Mary Earley. Left to right: back row-Elm Ottmar, point recorder: Donna J Young, treasurer. Second row Lucinda Adriance, sgt.-at-arms, Patsy Gilberts, secretaryg Jeanne Hartman, president. Front row' Miss Lillian Mattson and Miss Dorothy Crunk, advisors. QMZ4' and Boyd' Gomiinu This year both of these organizations did not get started until very late in the year. The members include all the girls and all the boys in the high school interested in belonging. The Girls' League and the Boys' Fed- eration both are so large that finding a place for all the members to meet presented a problem. The girls prepared a style parade but were forced to drop it when school was closed because of mud. The advisors for the Girls' Club are Miss Lillian Mattson and Miss Dorothy Crunk, and Boys' Club advisor is Mr. Charles Chamberlin. Left to right, top row-Stanley Caldwell, president, Don Goodwin, sec- retaryg front row-Mr. Chamberlin, advisorg Jim Swem, treasurer. Miss Mattson hands Mrs. Sanford more work. Librarians: left to right: standing Fumi Konishi, Don Sutter. Seated- Ruth Burress, Verna Jean Davis, Lois Barnhill, Paul Adriance, and Ronnie Johnson. Sauaceoffnowledqe "Your book is overdue," is the constant reminder of the librarians. Each of the six librarians spend a period of book dis e ' d p nsmg an shelving each day in the library. In the study hall the knowledge seekers of the school look for needed material and "cram" for that exam. It gets a bit crowded now and then but they don't complain. The library has been under the adviso h' f M rs ip o rs. Ruberta Sanford this semester, but during the first of the year it was handled by Miss Lillian Mattson. Too late now kids. Exams are here- is-Y ev Ariane LSD' cifida A 30769 f?'5x ffbwfbga 5c?S::yg5 Yowd SGW' K '03 211' , xl. BHC g QBY Hag. Suck, Schgsiei' fidf' ' gnu? ' gina . B0 a :yor Leif wana 30 0,,,Vi0u?Ngar30Y1f': gafbagarbafapxgxn t sim? arf- wo 50YfnS vfeggm. Pfe5"tfea5"' sew- chi U' 6 isdigip Chair? .wafilgemi V169 15,1 Sana semgs Qgdocbstatie guage in Tnbe'C5 eTn1og'fT.Oxg 296 Saun6e'C5baqXSa Sem- Kxeonnie Hn qyjlixxdxfgyan 10 Y . Y ' 9 K, 'S 3, 1 fn. a toe me 310 is tm seeth Norigatsy G2-uns, B3 Yowflgw,-,ar,Y0M, -gavage gafembersnxv 'ocatysofsoma :ISU SQQQQT, Eifgzucffx. gcciegb 133 gem. T0 500,-, sem' 'gfgxaen M2516 seahfxiansebi 'wi v - FW iam' ie onlie 5oNioY1'iS1 Tn- cha? V Gail veiilrf ist S2 regimen ' A sec' ig,-arimlx vice 5 ist Sew se ' 'GV ' Xigieve me Suckers! Ah! yes, even Mr. Darnall eats them. vawzg qui To create, maintain, and extend through out the school and community high stand ards of christian character-that's the motto of these Tri-Hi-Y gals in M.L.HS and everyone agrees they've done a fine job proving their motto. They sponsored a Sucker Day on April Fools' Day this year, which is to be an annual affair. With sleep-ladened eyes and new Easter bonnets the gals attend sunrise service each Easter. Not only can they be lovely ladies they can be as sporty as the rest of.em This was shown during the rodeo where they sold programs for the Rodeo Asso ciation. The meetings are held at school and at different member's homes and entertain ment is usually provided by members of the club. The advisory board outside of school are: Mr. and Mrs. George Peters, Mr Bryan Miller, Mrs. Lee Mott, Mr. Mel Zornes. The school director is Miss Dorothy Crunk. Checkin' up. '74-ianeffe To do the best he can in speech, manner, study and in service to make lif t ' ' ' ' ' e mos worthwhile for himself and community-that is the ambition of of every Hi-Y member in M.L.H.S. The "fellas" had a little trouble getting organized at the first of the ear Y , so they haven't had much activity outside of their regular meetings. The HZY . . . . . 1 4 Joins Trl-H1-Y to sponsor an Easter Sunrise Service each year. After the senior boys graduate, each boy sends a bid to one friend, al- lowing the club to keep a fairly large amount of members. Mrs. Jerry Starr, Mr. Lee Mott, Mr. Clarence Blazer, Mr. Bryan Miller, and Mr. David Martin are members of the advisory board. Faculty advisor is Mr. Carl Humphrey. to right, top row-Kenneth Gies, DeVer1e Wedell, Harold Hardt Ronnie Johnson lsecretaryl, Bill Jelmberg, Clayton Rucker. Second row Jared Starr, Roger Murdock, David Starr, Dick Neglay fvice presidentl Paul Adriance lchaplainl, Jim Spidell. Front row-Jerry Stimpson ttreas urer7,,Ray Swanson Cpresidentl, Don Sutter, Lowell Davis. Left to right' top row Mr Profe Walte W'l1 ' . - . , v r 1 gmg ivice-pres.J, Coy Bird sall, Jim Scott, John Rose, Roger Murdock, Perry Ottmar, Harlin Gillett, Walter Morris. Second row-Curtis Davis, Don Garrett, Waldo Dirks, David Starr, Earl Morlan ftreasurerl, Dick Neglay, Jim Spidell fsecre- taryl. First row-Lawrence Burton, Don Goodwin, Ray Swanson, Laurel Grimshaw fpresidentl, Paul Brandon. , l M Mm After working a complete season playing 'half of the quarters f o thengames, and withstanding the physical and mental torture icalled imtiationl condensed into one week, the boys are finally admitted to the Lettermen's Club. The club consists entirely of boys who h . . . . ave earned athletic awards in this high school. Their advisor is Mr. Ed Profe. Initiation? A bit crowded isn't it? Atta girl, P-att! Left to right: standing-June Price, Jeanne Eccles, Jean Price, Sandra Weeksg kneeling-Ann Ackerman, Patt Jones, Janice McLaughlin. '7anhlin9 7eefr-4 For a drill team, the high school salutes Patt Jones. The twirling team per- formed outside for football games and inside for basketball games. Patt, head majorette, cou1dn't find time for, prac- tice three times a week so she took the time during noon hours. The big, little club. Helen Miller and Bette Saunders. Pom-poms-Gotta get em out this afternoon. Pepff Stemming from the Girls' League and supported by it, the Pep Club is an honorary and service organization of girls outstanding in service to the school. In display or thi ' ' ' s S6X'V1C6, the girls wear pins and gold sweaters awarded to them by the Girls' League. Their activities cover holding ropes for the basketball games, making pom-poms for games, and anything that might encourage pep and spirit in the school. Miss Doro- thy Crunk is the advisor. 'Twas a sunny day. 0044 ei! 'Q-FW? A way for sports minded girls to expel excess energy with en- enjoyable sure activities-this they found in G. A. A. After school ball games, hikes, boat rides, ice skating, and various other sports have been their activities for this school year. All high school girls are eligible to join the club. Left to right: back row-Helen Miller, problems chairmang Nonnie Hochstatter, Patricia Jones, Pat Carlson, Patsy Gilberts, pres., Gayle Hansen, treas.g Arlene Trenner, Joan Earley. Second row-Pat Russell, 'June Price, Ann Ackerman, Bette Saun- ders, 2nd sem. vice pres., Elma Ottmar, photo chairmanp Joyce Davis, recording sec., Lois Barn- hill, Cindy Adriance, pub. chairman, Marjorie Bos- tick. First row-Vivian Sutter, Jeanne Eccles. Dum: Lee Joy, Jeanne Hartman, lst sem. vice pres.g Bar- bara Joy, Bette Sizemore, Verna Jean Davis, sec. Kansas Gal 0 . WAXXCUB adVlS0T' v defgollv MatiS0n' bafa AH b. -gm, back roklggixtssreportirz RESET: Tbeliaggik- Tl - S ,NOYYYX , - it 10 a Pam bbeftf so Q roW yamen Liepvafd' NON: Thelma Lzvveeks. Fronneighion' par iorsefl' S Greenoug ' sandfa . Joyce . Renae 'ce Jung seerexarvi anis treasurer tnan Pfesideqiture Jean Pm A ber . Burre 1 Acker ' from P1 ' Betty . H t Stott, t June Pg-yce, fxixorian. Absen tariafcois Bax-nbill, his gen, "Won't you buy a hot dog?" "Wouldn't you like a box of Christmas cards?" These were two of the money raising projects Homemakers of club going. sponsored by the girls of the Future America to get their newly organized Between ham roasts and cookie bakes, Miss Lillian Miss Mattson whips up some tasty tidings for the tummy. Mattson, advisor planning and carrying out slumber parties, banquets and other activities. In mid-January the club was joined by Barbara Ander- son, from Lewis and Clark in Spokane, who had pre- viously belonged to the Lewis and Clark chapter of F.H.A. Barbara is acting secretary for the state F.H.A., and with June Price and Miss Mattson was sent to Olympia as a representing committee from this chapter to the convention. for the club, and the girls have been Wanda Hoffman acted as president for the club until Easter, at which time she dropped from school to become Mrs. Jack Alsup. Chapter mother for the girls is Mrs: Marguerite Good- rich. lf" Left to right: back row-George Schiffner, 'vice president: Donald McBeeg Don Goodwin, presi- dent, Roger Murdock, reporter, Roy Phelps, DeVerle Wedellg Chester Hitchcock. Second row -Ken Pearson, Francis Dial, Milo Hyatt, Her- bert Hochstatter, Johnny Dills, Ivor Goodrich, Curtis Davis, treasurerg James Jerman, secretary. Front row-Bert Byam, Bill Reese, Kenneth Horn, Stanley Eccles, Martin Erickson, Sonny Hale, Robert Latshaw. Absent are Ralph Fuller and Tom Dills, sentinel. galuvncad Banquets galore, basketball and softball teams, and a radio program every two weeks -this is part of the routine carried on by the Future Farmers -of America and their advisor Mr. Maurice Pearson. With registered Hampshire swine to feed and five live steers to "beef," the boys have taken part in most every F.F.A. activity that came along. They sent a potato judging team to Pullman and took second place in the state at Ellensburg. Mr. Pearson in deep thought Stock judging teams traveled to Toppenish, Spokane and Yakima. They also had the honor of judging the Grant County Fair in Moses Lake. Oh! yes, there's a big time operator in their midst, too. Don Goodwin, president, jour- neyed to the state convention in Pullman and came home with honors. He was elected to the state farmer degree and voted Star Farmer, of which there is just one in each state. nz 3? 3 ,,,,,,, -awww Left to right- back row Mr Ch b 1' . -- . am er m, Junior Thompson, Harold Hardt Perry Ottmar, Duane Patton. Second row-Roy Phelps, Sonny Hale Jared Starr, Alvin Caldwell, Donnie Johnson. Third row-Florence Borgstrom Thelma Lybbert, Thelda Lybbert, .treasurer Sandra Weeks Waltena She I I p pard, Joyce Leighton, Beverly Gillett, Betty Burress. Front .row Agnes Van A dl ' ' ' us e, Gayle Hansen, president, Dorothy Baker, Gloria Hardt Janice McLaughlin, Frances Jenkins, secretary, Clara Van Ausdle Margaret Wynn, Kathy McDonald. Absent-Earl Morlan, Raymond Tainter Manic Halma Dedicated to service to teachers, school and the community, the A. V, E. Club has grown into one of the larger organizations in the school. A. V. -EI, which means Audio Visual Education, shows movies on two sound motion picture machines, slide film strips, microprojectors and opaque projectors to classes and outside organizations. Each member is assigned to show different movies to the classes by their advisor, Mr. Charles Chamberlin A movie to show' It's wound wron the . . V g, film strip is broken, where is Mr. Chamberlin? Woe to the movie pro- ducer! Those projectors! Such complicated machinery. Left to right: Earl Morlan, Clayton Rucker, Gayle Han- sen, treasurerp Jim Harmon, Nonnie Hochstatter. Get 'em developed kids. Shuiim Glwkeu F-numbers, shutter speed, light readings, stop bath, hypo, devel- opers, safelightsf-is this correct? All this was a. steady rumble in the minds of Camera Club mem- bers. Working with the annual staff to produce pictures for the Tyee, the club was swamped to- wards the end of the year trying to hit deadlines. Time was spent hurrying to a well lighted scene to take a picture, and then hurry- ing into the dark room to develop it. Always a continual rush! Forming a vocational type of club, the boys and girls, advised and aided by Mr. Charles Cham- berlin, learn to handle different types of cameras, develop pictures, enlarge and color them. This year they took pictures for both high school and grade school, selling them to the students. Money re- ceived furnished materials and helped to equip the club better. Left to right: Jeanne Hart- man, Duane Patton, presi- dentg Harold Hardt, Jared Starr, secretary. tAbsent Lawrence Burton.J Watch the birdie! my Top three talk shop Pat Russell, feature editor, Lawrence Burton, Norma Pember- kiwi EEE ton, Janice Grey, Miss Crunk, Duane Patton. Second row-V Joyce Davis, Katherine Sturdevant, Donna Moyer, Helen Miller, Evelyn Morris, June Gallaway. First row-Ronnie Johnson, editor, Leonard Dirks, circulation managerg David Starr, sports editor, Jim Martin, Don Sutter, Jeanne Hartman, Patsy Gilberts, Jim Spidell. Left to right, standing-Helen Miller, Activities Editorg Evelyn Morris, Proofreaderg David Starr, Art Editor, Jimmy Spidell, Editor, Duane Patton, Photography Editor, Joyce Davis, Asst. Business Managerg Miss Crunk, Advisory Lawrence Burton, Asst. Photography Editor. Seated-Pat Russell, Asst. Activities Editor, Jeanne Hart- man, Associate Sports Editor, Joyce Lybbert, Asst. Photography, Patsy Gilberts, Asst. Editorg Don Sutter, Business Manager, Jim Martin, Associate Sports Editorg Viola Jingling, Typist, Janice Grey, Class Editorg Donna Moyer, Asst. Art Editor, June Galla- way, Typist. 7qu Eudclau Learning to appreciate annuals, good and bad, as never before, to put out a better annual and still pay for it-these were the constant thoughts of the staff members. Learn about bleed shots, trim size, offset? Plan lay- outs, write copy, re-type-all this with a game to see? A dance to go to? It wasn't easy. A No matter how much planning and slaving was done out of school, everything still seemed to remain at the last minute. But with the help of. the Camera Club and their advisor, Mr. Charles Chamberlin, Mr. Archie Trenner of the Basin Press, the staff's main wheel, Jim Spidell, and the spoke that kept the wheel rolling, Miss Dorothy Crunk, the Tyee staff succeeded in producing a' well-rounded picture of this school year. Miss Dorothy Crunk, Jim Spidell, Editor Advisor V Louxs 'n Walcott fxght We practiced anyhow, dldnt we seniors 5 A L W' 4 'Q-Lil - fL53l?gf,G,iQQ ,.'f HY? . emo -. -5,1-A, Q: - Mm gwggfgegiiwsgw We Aw - " K iii Zfujgifigw' ., ,- . V Q 4 S E e Fil 5 af we . 6 Y -- - .1 fa - , -Q. .,h.,.,..jf:e 333 52 .e gf is .ew , mag J , 1 Guess Whoo Lose somethin', Betty' ' A ' Goin' m buslness, Ray? '15 zxiifn Q75 s ea Z The annual staff would like to thank THE ADVERTISERS ' for the fine cooperation they have given us in publishing 'our annual. It is they who make -it possible to get a better annual at a minimum cost to you, the students. Express your appreciation by patronizing them. -The Business Manager- f if Cciaff, G u 'I A A .. ls K, is , X, A if f or , f If ff P 1 'I' f 6 Mjligmlzfi, H11 47 ff c in l, , ,wi f XX 'VQV' N 'V . ' V ' 'xlimx N , ilylilw ffl!" l ' wel 'l e Wi om . J l. WH 1 ,N 1 NK K' i f l V l gil W F qff Q N., f09q7 X N' -M219 'Q ilvwfi " - .L 'N fd n - X 'ES we 0 lf-. 6 f G ' jxsga 9 1' If 41.1.- Hearty Congratulations Graduates and much success in your future mf... Gilletfs Grocery and Market Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gillett Phone 27-W - Moses Lake -,N-un..iin1.:n1.uu1 .- ...m..m.1i..L-..w-.mimi .ears exam mam, September 2- Dear Diary-To- day heap big day for me. Startum 'Q 'G 1 1 gffl r 'W 'ngzzfflc 67' 2 2 4 Ha Cha Ugh! dumb red in C h i e f Moses hunting ground callum Moses Lake Hi skool. We stand in line, Big Tyee Darnall grab Wampum and handum books, with- out Princess Minnie skool as freshman or Betty Gable inum. October 17-Happy squaw lugum to Tolo Dance. Much good deal- me no go broke this way. Every- one do war dance namum bitter- juggling. Ugh! Me go back to reservation. in i 2 Keep s ake g A M Q-r-LLL'-R I N G Gruen Watches Expert Watch and : Jewelry Repairing 5 rr- l ! I f H1ll's Jewelry g Broadway and Alder Phone 144 Moses Lake lu, -s, -..,-,, , , ,. - - - I Q Congratulations f Class ot X-48 1 .tm 1 f SHOES z For the L Xvhole Fcxrnilg f -1- :: I-:As E's BU STEP. BROWN I S H U E STD R E Box 882 E Moses Lake, Washington i nwnuin, m-u Lniung 1 1 1 14-Ili .Qui ...N--1.1.1.4 -- 1. :Yum if - u X , 7 ---- --W --- Congratulations Grads of '48 YALE'S FOOD STORE I Moses Lake, Washington ..n,,-. .1 1.-...n.-nw-mimi-im1 g-31 -.. 1:1 .- 1-. u-u,l.g..q1w1m1.ug1 .- -. - .- Good Luck and Good Listening To the Class of 1948 ...i,..,, Mlxsic - News -- Sports Special Events KSEM 1450 on your Dial -.k. Serving the Columbia Basin GDDD LUCK SENIDRS .-vi.. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE ...t1 E. J . EBEL Phone 27-W Moses Lake -.4 414.1 iuiuiuluiufl :uni i lilu ingzgi i 1.1111 i in u' uiuiu- u1ip1n1-1,y,1ii-g. 1-5:1n1:41I11in1.11.11ii-ii1ii1i41ii1ui1i.1p.1 1 1 1 1 Congratulations Seniors 'rum' snr: Complete motor rebuild Crankshaft and Pistons our specialty ...k- If you keep grinding, then we can keep grinding. ...k- EBBERT'S MACHINE SHOP Moses Lake, Wash. 'lo' Ynful -iufnr' ln1iu-fip1.4i1 1 ,7 1 1 1 u---wiinifu... --fn Wu--101:11 1 1 Congratulations Seniors ICWW4 DI .gr- LAKESIDE CLEANERS Moses Lake, Wash. Y 1 f fini in 491111117 1:77177 cl v7248 Office Supplies Commercial Printing MOSES LAKEQWASHINGTEIN -Ynifinfnuf'--u1iiluiL-nfu -ninf ,Y CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS A .Jr D. I Expert Tire Repair Gas Lubrication Service -.k- Rainbow Station R. J. SIZEMORE .maze 61442 saw, September 26- Great spirits frown on me all week. Squaws and young sofmoe braves no likeum how I smel or how I look in old Indian blanket and makeum me ware blanket open fiilgii X1 '1 , J fv: 'J Us Warm ff t gi -INA I at bottom and closed on sides like pale'face squawse and heap much war paint and garlik. Me look for new blanket next week. October 7-Me findum new friend from Graham's Telephone Co. He Heap good Joe! n-ni 11 1-np 1 -s I--1--1--1.11 1 1:1 was ezusfu mm, November 8-Young squaws hav- um Play in Ephrata-me fo11a- Why they no playum every day me not know. On big bus squaw say we seeum Tig- ers, but me no seeum when , when there. No 'I s e e u m e v e n Wildcats. S o They not wild as they thinkum! , ,woe f Z myifzifi Qgmiv 91 'M A il if ie November 11-Ugh! We losum football by few touches. All yel "eatum Tigers." Me not under- I I Congratulations ' Graduates E and Success in the Future I 1 -+- L ! KIRKISH stand. Me eatum much wild things but no eatum Tigers if A Mens and Boys wear not seeum- Moses Lake, Wash. I ..-....---,,,,,,,,,,,,l.--- -t GQ,-Vg Fresh Cakes, Pies if . K a and Pastries Every Day at SHEPF-'ARD'5 BAKERY ghgnfzm T Y,VY, -. --.. 5. -... .VYY - V..- ... ..... 1 L I I I 1 i I 1 1 l I I ...1 U... ! ! L 1 ! I fl 1-ni..- l Russel Hansen Warehouse Co., Inc. and Columbia Basin Fruit and Produce Co. Moses Lake, Washingion : 1 i ! W L l 1 nxuninfu L i : i 1 i T r. i L U i H ... ..... ... -..-.,...n-... .,-.,.........,......,.,..-,, .-,,...............n........n...n...u...u.-u....u...u-.-n..-nu... BEST WISHES AND SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS E EH?-if-P f IITII DIAL Mpggg, ag, 3rd at Birch Phone 217 Moses Lake T Martha Havely M mi- M Credit 7 Bureau 0 E PLURIBUS UNUM E MEANS A ONE FROM MANY Q' ! sl And to us it means Q T ls "One Grand Class 5 V of Seniors" f Q' C9 Viviun and Geo. Peters l I C. J. Grey -+A-. r 0 ' O Accountant Z Tax Service Congrotulqtions g Q Seniors' Q Q 1- gs ef- f' e ' as . fi B e V rf 'W"9?'f mn A' .X ' Po xi lt I I. V Basin Produce Company Inc. Moses Lake, Washington .Billie Gluafa fbiaay November 14-Tonite heap lim- portant squaw Wannamaker ,giv- um skool to us for peace offering. Big Tyee McFadden givum back potatoes 'n onions but nobody smokum peacepipe. ' November 15-Braves much good inspectators. Three takum 2nd place in state contest. They look- .um over spuds and Win. November 17-Four palefaces blew horns in nashinul sembly today. Me likum much. They callum Ritz Troopeteers. November 27-27-Dear Diary- Me heap happy brave, gettum outta skool to observate old tribe custum, praising to White God "Thanksgiving," December 2-We losum first basketball game tonite with Odes- sa. Me restrain from comment but, Diary, me thinkum you know my sediments. .. T .1 1 1 1 ... , -.I-.NT ...lim-HY., -- .I ---.lin--'nl -- "" 1 1- -- -1 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS .55- Garage and Service Station Supplies Genuine Service Parts for all makes of cars ' .tk- CENTRAL MOTOR SUPPLY 608 W Broadway Phone 288 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS AND SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE Lee's I.G.A. Food Store .AND Boyd's Qualify Meats -4- --nr 1: "uw" u--nw' ' Y rw u-n--nlni-inf-lnfn -- - -A--'- - - - f H- -- I M... - V ------7' Vg P" D'D DDi D 'I To every graduate we wish a full share of luck, happiness and a future bright with achievement and success. rv -xr L,--lb Q '34 1 rg' f1f'vt f5 fl' 'ts , DUNN AUTO ELECTRIC Moses Lake, Washington 341147711 rising: .fdtfle Ghiefa fbiaaq December 5- Heap big nite- anule staff givum heap big booby 1? ,H dance - sell more Tyees. ,wgggjij 3151: Much love- Qyllly LZ! 4 struck danc- f ers do new 'Mic' kind of dance. y 1 Palefaces do- Q n't move, jist ,S listen to fun- !! ny looking . s- horn on wall. Somebody sayem Louis 'n Wal- cott havum big fite! Me no see how-no room in horn. When horn ring much people dance. December 8-We go to Tigers town tonite, Diary. Me much gusdusted with results. We play- um Merry-Go-Round. Black and Orange takum honors! December 11-Today me eatum first palefaces cooking. Ugh, now my face pale. Miss Mattson, the T e e p e e Economics Institutor, helpum. Heap big feast, parents come and talk. Q Congratulations I Seniors S lin- For everything Electrical i See S BASIN i ELECTRIC 7 M-nf will fulfils: ff uluiuiniui l 7 Dealers in L Norge 86 Universal -ff- L Across from Cash Storo : on Broadway .fii7iliii,,,ffu'1: J X 3- -Ya-. ,W Congratulations to the olass ot X48 ..t... PQTICD SHOP Moses Lake, Wash. ::f1Ai1:fsL.YaY , al vc fl If " f it i t fuzz, eaagu mam, December 12-Ugh! More initia- tion. This one for new braves and squaws in "Ar-u-Visually Educated?" club. Much nice Chiefs playum basketball in Grand Coulee. Much new kind of Tigers in Blue and White. December 18-Happy day! New Tri-Hi-Y squaws makum heap big spaghetti feast for heap old squaws. Much good! Young maid- ens singum songs. December 23-We praisum white God this time. We hearum of heap big jolly fat man in red suit who bringum happiness. Changing of moons to many more moons means "Happy New Year." January 5-Me come back to battum out brain factory. Ugh! January 7-Heap big chocolate drops playum basketball tonite. They much good. They callum Harlem Globe Spotters. January 30-Neighboring tribe got toghter to play bounce ball and We all dancum after heap big game in mixer. ,......4.:Ln,e, n- 'nip--uw, 4- , , - --L fin, Conqrotulations Seniors .l I I ni' fm . , 4 1 HYQEPS' v Q HEADQUARTERS Fon 1 sgv-Soft. sms aunomo MATERIALS Po .... - ALUMINUM noorms Q nssnnumrsns Moses Lake Wash., S. E. Larson, Mgr. Ph. 145 '11 T Conqrc1tu1ationsGrrads of '48 Interior of New Morning Sun Plant Q' rl'-L 'r v- ff n. Q? SJ e we A 'C' s QE Wilmot's Morning Sun Dairy flneorporatedl "For those who appreciate quality" L W, W: -new ,fle L, ff 1 nf 'ure , -- Yr- 1 - Congratulations Seniors riff X V I I WETZEL'S G RUC ERY 101 'E. Broadway Moses Lake, Washington will will u Yuzn' - n 71'--u+nin2u east ot Everything To You u Graduates ot 1948 'Congratulations ENG. Don't Forget College ...Ar- DON MCGATH SERVICE Moses Lake, Wash. ...,.1..--..- f -- -- f 4 , -Y i 7. :- .L'i1f2fle 0!1ief'4 fbiaaq February 4-Me much excited to- day. Birdman come namum Paul Leonard. Him heap good from Nashinul Sembly. Makum much purty bird calls. February 5-6-Cold spirit of Winter upon me. Big snow, me Z o a 5 C 0 I Q, U WS 41 'V Lf.. 785' A 7 I oo 2:1 Slim , D o 1 N XM o Q 4' Oli 'ff 0 ' Vu 1' 1' 5 Q uf!! .I au - W' A M hibernate. Big Chiefs playum Marlin but Wildcats sick with mumps. . February 16-Heap gloomy day for young braves. Squaws leavum for quartet Who croon to them. Me no savvy. They from C.W.C.E. Insure your future through education and application -.k.... For Insuring your possessions Real Estate and Insurance -4... 'FPV N - C BEDFORD 8. SHERMAN REAL I-:sure s. msummcz - - - PHONE 212 MHSES LAKE - - ' Y, n...nfn-in--A: u n.-n -fu nv-n --Yu l 1 l 1-41?1.1n..-1-.1--I.-111.-n....uu,n-111 .min........1...-n-..-I,min1..1i...uTn-u1....- -H1 it , CEINGRATU NS GRADE I Full line of drugs, ca d , and variety merchandise. "Visit our soda fountain" Power's Thrifty Drug undVurie1y Store T Moses Lake, Washin lon ---fu ' ':-'--I--1--'e--es-'-I-f--i----------'- we--T-I---es--s Best Wtsheg Congratulations I to the I Class ot X48 Semmqs and D 1 Be-st ot Luck -,,- I -x- I r - ! t Chris' Barber Shop E. 116 Broadway HDLLY'S 1 CABINET H SHDP ' Moses Lake, Wash. S f H i -1 t -oo I lain" Qu as , ia:,:1u,s,ufuf:: 'fufuia ae lt ::'l Y 171 Il""C1 EVERYTHING tor the Tohle Fresh Meats -- Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables -- HLSO -- Dry Goods - Notions - Shoes 1 lVlen's Clothing Ladies l-louse Dresses Slack Suits Quality at Low Cash Prices MOSES LAKE CASH STORE and MERRIMAN'S MARKET C. M. MCCOSH EARL MERRIMAN nf, f, ,, - f.. u 1 az as ss, nu an fm., - 1 1 Q-axial-n-u.-.xn-...ul.1n.1u : ..,.. I E 4 I Q n 2 ' 5 -1 O '-1 ' fs T5 2' G i 2 0 tb LQ O T 3 93 E -H ' 31" I o. cb -1- li- : - l r' . c 1 2. LQ 1 als -IS 2. - Q 23 ,.5 7 Q Q oo 9 9' M QA Q1 I 2: 3 -- 5 Il , mf-J I m fy' 415 3 of 'lsr . 5 X iq 5 , 'N rd- 5-l . --m--m-w-n-m-m-m-m-1---m--w--.-m-m-w-n---m--f-.-n-n-n-- , If lx O ,NNN O D ggggbrfszgg mvqmsqmw-movq -H L 5H,s'3M' HQFHSEEEQ ' m I H23 Eg Ai v-sp' Bmw'-s Q ,U --- rn D' NXNXQSWMQQA F: C 3 3 : C I '-"5-'Q.H.., Q 115 im 3,2 E 2 s:C-'of' if mc'-Hum EW4 omggow C I gnrromi. U1 wi wwf ,,, Fm- gf? 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Feiioiioiions Seniors oi 1948 NEGEQYQISWQEEHREL 1....l1..i1T ,,.-::1..::7,l:-431-.Tl--1-.fi Congratulations Seniors Excavating -- Backfilling -- Crane Work -- Land Leveling Mullins 8g Scmden Phone 88-W Moses Lake "We Move The Earth" n ,auf , .-17,2 wvfinrflws Congratulations Z Best Wjghgg f 1 i x Class of 48 : For Your Future g ....k.. l TExAco GAS 3 1 - Eli RN . FIRESTONE TIRES . : I i , 1 1, "'k"' 2 i'hi,u? 'VVIJ I I Columbia Tire 4 7 Service l , 7 2 Charles D. English 1 S Frederick A. English L ' Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Botts "iii: Tiliii -IT I1 -1 63.11-llll1llH1illl'TlHT'l3li'llt4ll51lll0lT 1-Ill? T T T 1 I c S QUT SIDCCT-C Z T 5 y with squaws! ' I March 8-Fooe ' : clung!-atulatlons. , 1 Much happy to see beautiful 2 .v - s I I blond sing with band. Me start- , to the Class T um music lessons immediately if in f , s not sooner than before. Squaws " O 4.8 l in happy mood too-nice looking H 1 band-wanta go to College of . I Pudget Sound. a-in f March 12- Me stepum out in ' T style at Junior Prom. Night life " , , , E much for me from now on. Me ff Gas -' O11 -" I-Ub1'1C3U0U I seeurn many lovely squaws with ,I . . T handsom braves. Music much U Batteries - Tires -- Tubes gggd-.12 by-aves and 1 Squaw i L make happy tunes. : L April 2-Sofimores givum hop. 1 -'k- 1 Braves bringum squaws. Me : watchum brave H T .I sofs walkum on ' i Q'-Yfgglb shoes with f 1 wheels. They A T 3 . l callum skates. : . E Q3 Me happy with- l Chevron Sfahan l ' E out! Mehop now : l Q 2 causes skool : Moses Lake, Washington I . ' closum down for ' T school vacation. l - - r n - 3 .. .. .L..r.: n L 4 or ..:r..:,-., ...-.n-11.-..n-..n.-. -..... .... 1.41-.-1.....n ........n.....u....n......... ..... ....u........-...-.......n.... -. ... .1 ...N-........g1..-.-... ....-V... ... - 14.1 1 - - -. -.9141 Good Luck - - Grads of '48 "Al1Wa'vs Build for the Future" awiqmu MOSES lAKE GARAGE 8. ELECTRIC SHOP john D. I-Iochstatter Moses Lake 11.4 1 1 :sloth-u....n f ii- iifiinvugziirin-D min uuian.-Yuniarfrun Darren Y D ufren-.woinw 11,11 V- n MEACE-lAM'S -- Jewelery Located in Sheppard Building in- --' n-.nn-Y -qi-:eu--1.41.-ii -n u un - u--ni Congratulations Seniors 25355535552:1:ri-5:1:1EIk:-if-1-:Srs.m.-.2:rE::"-:r:z2:v:f- - -1 - E- I rs:- 2:f 1 753 .-.5.:.54,544.1.5.1.34.1.g.:.1.:.:-:.:.:,:-:-'- A - -'-'- A ' . . ., . 715911, - E:E:E:E:E:E:5:5:E:E:i:E:E:E:E:E:ErEr1r1 I ' 951112: 1:T:"' 'anti 211:51 Ifsiis:-1 IC'I'I-I'I'I'l'I-Z'I1Z-I-I-f-'4' ' .T I I f IZ . .1 f'-l-I-X 553 " 5 'G' '.-i 5' . 4-5'l-Ci-1' Ci-2-PC4244-1'Z-I+'+' ' 33.11-I-:+I- " 4 - 'I " , ,3.:.gC5I.. kf:1:5:5:2:i:i f" ,. :-.1 Lf "-21: :,:,- - - .-.1.5:5g:55:5:g:g:5:1:g.1. .5.5:g::::::::::i1:5:,:g:5::g.A: 'Zilili u -. : 'zifii' 24. : 53711:1:25:f:5:1:1:2:i:1:2:1:3:Q51:':1:f:2:1:?:I'2-P V ji L N xr 'px 1 -' , . ', I 51...QIgZjlilgqjslgljlgljlgfglglhilfjijigfjlgl-IQ - -' ' ' -J . . 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'g:1:Q:5:g:::::,:::3. 32-:-:J:i:3:?S:1:3:Qi5:1:i:?:5:'. z '.i:3:5:5:5:i:3:2:l:1:5 -1:b:-:gg-Q:-:g::g.,:::-:-'-:::5:5:, .gg . , :,'3.-:- ',:::::::::::::::,:5::: :ssezfi1:1...H:f:f.. 1, .,:fgsgsgzgsgsgsgsgsgegag' A. D. SALMON GROCERY Moses Lake, Wash. ' ' in -ii ---n--u 'Y --14.-....n...-uifvfin fugn.f.n-Qiiiui PETERSON AND MALMHQ ....g,... Real Estate and Insurance ...-k, Lots and acreage We need Listings Lakeside Service and Edwards Motor Service Wish the Seniors the Best of Luck ...f.. Union Oil Products Wholesale and Retail -f.. FLOYD MQBHIDE c. M. EDWARDS Phone 43-J Phone 194 Moses Lake, Washington 7417 In ,nl nik Vrr, If r' -W -W or e 5 Wishing well for the tuture of eaoli individual ot the Class of l948 'k Moses Loke Building Material, Inc x Moses Lake, Washington Congratulations Seniors mi, Mapa? -- nrmd -- Mmm Ranges -- Refrigerators - Radios - Phonograph Records -- W. 213 Broadway -- Moses Lake, Wash. 1 we .... .. L M A L Z 1 - ee for 1: L -......ee.. e2q..-..i u-. 7' ' " '7' nfs ll il "K I' ' ' if 'I ll"l Congratulations to the Class of '48 .-f.. .L'ake Plumbing 8. Heating Moses Lake, Wash. ii.1..11enlnL4ni- u Y -ni., n ui-euzkn ii... Congraiulaions Seniors Smooth Sailing Ahead ...Av- GD LU M BIA BASIN THEATERS For Enjoyable Entertainment .Eddie Ghiefa Diana April 24-Big Chief sendum braves to Ephrata for track meet. Many other braves there too. May 13--Many squaws with short hands, half typing tribes, and book carriers go to Tiger town to win commercial honors. More gold for wall. May 22 - Much best tennis play- A Q3., ers go to Ephra- ' ff Jo' ta today to play- in um with others. f They noc White balls back and l forth across fish I' trap with small g fish net. Me no savvy. May 23-Seniors come late to church. They marchum up isle. People Watchum. Congratulations kids You have done a swell job -.k.. See you at THE HUB for that little snack or a good meal. 1.un...ni-.-n-.-niivfnin Z inks' -Y X I-.s.z..i.i-...l-4.1.1--4l..1. f-,-...,.- -. .....-u...u....u1...-m-- .-.. -...1p.--1-.il-.nf--I -.4...,..,,.i i i 1 2 x x I .r 5 Y i i 2 'i li i , . l I l l l 1 l I 1 unsung-u.-ruin Class of ul948" Congratulations Wishing You Every Success ...'k... GDLUMBIA BASIN BRANCH SEATTLE-FIRST NATICINAL BANK Member of Federal Reserve System -- Member of F. D. I. C. Moses Lake, Washington i-.11-...-1.71.1 1 - -...in---131.3 3 i 1 l L4 -ng..-1 f ff Y - i R122 M if f e a . A ZZ, Pram Qi Friend 1.-:U-1 -,-1.1 1- --H1 in.. 1 .-111.1-1 ..1,.--is-,411 ..-..u.-uh...-...-a....... 1 ! I ! i L r I 1 i L ! L I z z ! I i -1---11 :W 1 1.1 W 1. --W ,Y - Y 1 114,114 11 7,711-11-11.1.11-.11-11,11,111-1 Wishing You Success and Happiness ffC1ass oi '-4811 45 BURRESS DISTRIBUTIN G CO. Complete Lubrication Service Gas -Q Oil ...iv- Good Luck to the Grads In Everything They Do ...t.. 0. K. Service Station Moses Lake, Wash. fdile Glfiefa fbawuf May 25-Me very unhappy, all old friends leave forever. Now walkum in funeral line with board on head and ceremonial dress .to big Chief who say good- byum and many moons of happi- DCSS. Q1 ,I 4 .," j'1Jiii'f af ' I gm is ,e 7 5 J 1 RQ, 1' 'E 11? ,f I f I4 fi ff , A fy 1 f 4? - V 15,5 -2? 1, ,f Z4 rqiflf' f J ....m:.-11111- -.. 11.-. May 28-Happy, happy, much happy, skool is out for many moons and suns, hope good vaca- tion for all. Uangaalulaliou la Me Sudan U! 1942 HORSEMEN'S TRADING POST 81 SHOE REPAIR SHOP Vern McGee Everett Edwards Phone 95 -- V7 T- 1 W, ,112 741,741 T 41,112 l.1.n-nn.-Ix-uin-nu1n1-nil:-.-n-n1ul WISHING THE SENIORS THE BEST OF LUCK IN THE FUTURE -,g.E V Home Cooked Meals Short Orders Sandwiches ,-min, 'Wie Bmw Fred Wagner, Mgr. Congratulations to the Seniors of X48 and The Best of Luck in the Future ..i... Moses Lake Hardware Mr. and Mrs. George Hochstatter Moses Lake, Wash. -.pnfy-.MI1nn1,m-.nu...ml...nu..ml.-w,...wL..nu1lm1.q...n,q...m.. 4... .Q .... 1 1 ...m... 1 .- .. .-.I FIM! 0.5955 Over a Quarter of a Century of Drug Experience .-nt-, Complete Line of Drugs Candies - Cigars Cosmetics FOUNTAIN ...km What You Want When You Want It --n.-u1n--n-.u--u-.. 1n1u1n-.-u- .-un.. Congratulations Seniors ,F F W NCQf5P'i Gigi? ,I so .Q 1 -X an rs 9 uf 1 .. Q. NMR WoocIin's Cafe Moses Lake, Washington ,.1n..1n-1... 141111.-n-..ninuTn4.....uTn,..- H1lp.-11111.-u-11111.-un..-nn.-I 1n.1u.-. .1u......n-.. ..... -.. ..... 10... ..-. ..... .-...- Class of X48 May success and good luck be yours always and all ways. . . ...i.... GD LU M BIA BASIN HARDWARE Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cruikshank nn.-..,,,,,1-...1. , - - ... 11 1 .-.. 1 . Greetings... to the Graduates ..,.k.... A Neppel Garage Moses Lake, Wash. fun..-4:-A-na.-n1u:1fu -'u1u1u...-n-- 41 1:1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ---f u--u1u1u1u GSUJ PLUMBING AND HEATING CIL FACILITIES ...t.. PHONE 19 Moses Lake, Washington CONGRATULATIONS SEN IORS and BEST OF LUCK wi.. Don't forget to buy a HOTPOINT ....t.,,,, MCGATH Sales 8g Service Phone 82-W Moses Lake, Washington :I - 11: 1:11 1u1z1ln1n1n1u-u1:f ig CONGRATULATIONS From MR. and MRS. ARCHIE TRENNER MR. and MRS. JUDSON L. HENDERSON PETER CARMAN BROERS MR. and MRS. H. R. GRAY MR. and MRS. THOMAS OSTLIFF MR. and MRS. PAUL L. GRAY DR. RICHARD PENHALLURICK DR. D. H. LARSON ROY C. THORELL, D. M. D. MR. and MRS. 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