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

 - Class of 1951

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We realize that students of today may be leaders of tomorrowg therefore , the responsibility of stres - sing each individua1's attitude toward interna- tional relationships lies on the youth of the world. To every man his native land Is far, far dearer than his life, But must this love be ever led Courtesy of UNATION To carnage and unfrurtful strife? 'Xt WORD In conjunction with the dedication of our 1951 TYEE to the United Nations, Moses Lake High School's annual staff is ende avoring to portray the promotion of te amwork, cooperation, and the prep- aration of democratic principles. Through the various activities, club works, competitive athletic contests, and numerous school functions, as well as classroom and social gatherings, ultimate results of these standards for citizenship will make our people better equipped to work for inte rnational living and peace. That peace and rightness may prevail Let our United Nations rise, Abjuring faith in jungle laws, And clasping hands with fearless eyes. D ,ff Like that blue sky which wraps the globe, Our flag of union floats above, For east and west, and north and south The symbol of fratemal love. swtwzort-X .t ,,.. .-ugly Let our United Nations stand Firm in the conquest of new days, And thence the life that hourly springs May spend itself in noblest ways. CONTENT ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES SPORTS CLASSES FACULTY ADVERTIZING 8 Z4 YuurPeaoelnsson Inscubed wlth freedom s sacred name Unfolded hes the mlghty plan And peoples of the earth proclaim Our Charter ms the cause of man Tltchfleld Sabme 7 N8 My NXNS I I Changing the ASB con- stitution to fit our tremen- dous growth was one of the jobs our student COuI1Cil undertook this year. Mem- bers of this governing group consist of the ASB officers, class presidents, and rep- resentatives from each or- ganization. The Student council makes the rules concerning student life, such as ap- pointing a committee of council members to meet with a faculty committee to settle difficulties existing between students and teach- ers, deciding prices for ball games, scheduling general assemblies, and giving you avaried noon recreation program. fm Sli 1 . f ., 1 Yr, 3' .. . .7 , 4 6 'gf'-ti ' V -' "iv .j, .1 ., Lf ds' v jf :lk ir. ' - ,, . . - . f ., - . - - f ' l , f, ,,. s , r ange 1 w-vi 1 . I' ' M. it 'A 4.0, ' ,rt ' . 1 - I , sqft so J y .gj,q,j5g1' " , Law' f - .eu "" - ...gm gi- 'V N.. . x . J sy-,,,,o-1 iw ,J 2 .,,,,M "WH we ,f ., , s. . - " V la ' ' ' . '11 e I .rg -. -1 'r . 1' k . . , -if I '- ., 'SJ :'5'P"5p'f"? -" 121 " 1 . ,- vs. , ' A ju, ', sk: . A OFFICERS--L-R: Marie Fowler, advertising managerg Renaejorgensen, treasurerg Adrianne Sharp, presidentg Joan Noel, secretary, Lowell Davis, vice-president. STANDING: O. T. Darling, advisor. TUDE T COUNCIL MLHS STUDENT COUNCIL IN ACTION--L-R: Stanley Harris, Dorie Adriance, Carol Williams, Andy Kinnunen, ,lane Anderson, Chester Hitchcock, Charles Ierman, David Cobia, Steve Joy, Joe Moyer, Ed Akridge, Nellie Olsen, Lucille Clark, Neith Lynn Cate, Elaine Merrell, Leonard Dirks. STANDING: O. T. Darling, Adrianne Sharp, Lowell Davis, Ioan Noel, Renae Jorgensen, Marie Fowler. ACTIVITIE Students dine at the county ASB offi cers' meeting held at MLHS Later matters were d1S cussed and o pinions were generously giv I 7' 5 is .pf '-N. bf? LJ.. Q ASB committee hash out matters in Mr. C. B. McFaddens' office. THEY ARE, L-R: Chet Hitchcock, Stan Harris, Carol Williams, Marie Fowler, Lowell Davis, Joan Noel, Ed Akridge, Mr. O. T. Darling. I 1 IIESSUICF. October was half over before the club got a bright idea. "Why not give a Get acquainted' dance October 2O?" the Tri Hi Y girls said. Since that date is ahop, skip, and jump from Halloween, they strewed black and orange crepe paper around the cafeteria ceilingg slung an improvised witch on a table, served cider and doughnuts, and gave their dance the theme "Be- witched, " Winter came and the girls began working at the hospital, presented a Thanksgiving as semblyg and a brief siege of noon movies were shown. They also sponsored the March of Dimes prin- cesses, gave their annual Cotton Ball, and sent representatives to the Tri Hi Y legislature at Olympia. TRI HI-Y OFFICERS--L-R, SEATED:Dolly Raymond, chaplain, Donna Dunn, membership chair- man, Lucille Clark, president, Dorie Adri- ance, vice-president, Sharon McKinley, secretary. L-R, STANDING: Marie Fowler, advertising manager, Jane Anderson, assist- ant advertising manager: Nellie Olsen, The photographer catches Renae Jorgensen with her mouth open while munching a iece of the Tri Hi Y's deljicious cake after a suc- cessful sale. Juli- 2 ' Qu ltr- - ' al 'E is Q j. gf a f MEMBERS: L-R, FIRST ROW: Lucille Clark, Dorie Adriance, Carol Williams, Donna Dunn, Jac Ator, Ann k' , Sharon McKinley, Cherie Deane, Carol Hoffman, Hyland. SECOND ROW: Berna Lybbert, Francis Ien ins Joan Noel. THIRD ROW: Dolly Raymond, Pat Hicks, Nellie Olsen, Carol Wiuff, Marie Price, Marlys Hagen, Marie Fowler, Adrianne Sharp. lane Anderson, Beverly Gillett. in rw HI-Y ",f A at an 111' AndY Presliffg While Fred formal mee ues on the OFFICERS: L-R, TOP ROW: Frederick Swedberg, Han 1eiSu1'6lY d Swedberg chaplaing Bobby Driggs, treasurer. BOTTO ROW: table and FTC? haughnessy PatO'Shaughnessy, vice-presidexztg Andy mnenun, and pat, O S President. Absent from picture: WesCrago, secretary. listen ln. The boys' Christian club, Hi Y, sent juniors Pat O'Shaughnessy, and Wes Crago to the Pre- legislature conference at Ellensburg during the last part of November. There the boys elected official delegates to the legislature held in Olympia the 13th and l4th of April. They also drew up bills and learned how the legislature worked. At the beginning of the year the Hi Y con- sisted of only nine members. "Why not have some different blood?" they wondered. So mid-year they elected nine new boys into the club. As a tradition, they, along with the Tri Hi Y, sponsored the Easter Sunrise Service. x ff' 1 YYY' vf' STANDING, L-R, Fred Swedberg, Ron Wofford, Earl Davey, Stuart Curtis, Lowell Davis, Orlando Dona. SITTING: Eldon Branscomb, Pat O'Shaughnessy, Bobby Driggs, John Joy, I-'redie Hall, Steve Joy. KNEELING: Andy Kin- HCHUH. 1 3 . I Mumps! -NO, Not yet, just Nellie O l s e n' s explanation. Joan Lowe, Dorie Adriance, and Elaine Merrell take in all. PEP CL B Jac Ator forgets to Watch her thumb as Neita Cate starts slicing. Lucille Clark and Joan Noel start on the finished product to be, a pom. pom ,- I g,.4gA,,g,fx l 1' 1- r , MEMBERS L-R: Elaine Merrell, honorary membergloan Lowe, Joan Noel, advertising manager, Marie Meldrum, Dorie Adriance, vice-president, Mrs. Alpha Spence, advisor, Adrianne Sharp, secretaryg Nellie Olsen, treasurerg Lucille Clark, reporter, Neita Cate, honorary member. Absent from picture: Jac Ator. 14 1.-me 4. x "S" it Starting off the year with ap- proximately three members, the pep club, however, initiated new mem- bers at a slumber party after the first rush of school activities. One of the most promising clubs in school, the pep girls made pom poms and pennants for the football games, and took care of the more menial tasks, such as ticket taking, and cake sales. To become a member of the pep club, the girls are required to earn 750 points from extracurricular ac- tivities done for the betterment of MLHS. Considering how few girls reach this goal, it is an impressive honor and responsibility to become a member of the club. 1951 pep clubbers started 3 DSW procedure by wearing blue and gold sweaters as badges of merit, Ni '1 I I 6 T """ A 4' , .',1M-fr-Q -we afa- ge 2 lr . inc- M - 'z?I'3""'t" my ' AE- H ty ,-, I ,K I 1 H . jf-Ir Vx'v:1-Vwflflwwgwz K . 1137111 .YI V ' 1 hs' ' ' ' 'I 5, . 56 ' 5 "fill 'r My 4, K" ff'51f5'T7f' 2T"' 3" . l , "" -- Q' -f Q' ' K ' if f' ' , M 5 2712 rfflfffff "HL T' fx f -Q 'i-Q12-l2?' 4 ff?-A 1,21 55 - 2 w f'r:'??+- , At the Armistic Day foot- ball game, the MLHS band and Letterettes 'oined forces to forman E Hflor Ephrata High. It was the newly organized Letterettes' fir s t PC1'f0rrr1- ance, "Left, left, left, right, left," that's the words that run through the minds of the newly organized Letterettes, as they marched and formed letters and figures at the football and basketball ames. The colorful brigade of girqs added pep and enthusiasm throughout the sports season, Besides marching the girls have spon- sored candy sales and dances. the P1'0CCCdS from which go toward the white sweaters with gold lettering and maroon skirts which are part of the girls' uniforms. .wr u. .vmwer-X' - me i nwralasilllt-:usnar.w...f..,.r mzuftg- . e- .. - A I I I - . QP, aft-s...1A ,- eagtsa : STAN D "CY-Ku' " IL. 1 Q F1310 I 'arm ING 8 177 Si K 1 L- C004 ana al' F Rf rj 86:51. Owj Caf De-311 ch' bu - Mary er and O1 Will' pr I 6' be Smess Lou Agn H 131773 es1dent.Basurer,L 4 mana Mcgride ,Vlanq af sel- I ev Mar O15 Afor gets' SEA and Elly dye' 'ffl - ' Se T e1 ' V1 Cie yl7l1 b f Fr Ce - Ia 1- Pr - Y: Ch - eslden I. De 10,13 Rojgle M 4 b '-fc. . 1-A Jian- .., ex-a maxim than ' lan-an ' alive iz if .Il 1 I ,S - all ,Jnm 1 at "4" -nv 'P ' V . was 5 FIRST ROW, L-R: Evelynn Tyler, Shirley Jones, Donna McLean, Bev Martin, Donna Dunn, Ethelynn Goodrich Lois Ator, Billie Sue James. SECOND ROW: Dolly Raymond, Pat Hicks, Bonnie Tolley, Dodie Ross, Mary Lou McBride, Sharon Jones, Carol Williams, Elizabeth Tyler, Dorothy Baker, Betty Gieger, Bonnie Bilyeau. THIRD ROW: Faith Jensen, Clara Renn, Vera English, Cherie Deane, Kay Fowler, Delores Larreau, La Ruth Hall, Fran ces King, Marilee Lybbert, Alice Dills, and Lena Gail Ross. r -,g, Q 1 N. H Im QR OFFICERS L R Norma Rollxnger treasurer Cher1eDeane hxstortan Thelma Lybbert presldent Jane Anderson representauve Berna Lybbert secretary 3 Mane Fowler vlce presxdent 0-Q In order to make the1r bank account larger the FHA took to selhng hot dogs and pop at the O football games last fall December 16 they 1n1t1 O?-na Dunn snoops ln the f ated n1ne members brmgm the total to 25 look W1'11le Francls Jenklnre rlgel' Dur1ng the wmter, they starte Hobby N1ght whe re out man S acts as the 1r1s brought the1rembro1dery or crochetmg pro lems to MJ.ss I.,11113.I1 Mattson, adv1sor Come sprmg, they gave a style show and tea for the1r mothers and d1d the1r good deed for the year b sewlng for the Samautan Hospltal The FHA a so gave a Mother Daughter banquet MEMBERS L R FIRST ROW Carol Hoffman Nelta Lynn Cate JoAnna Knowles Betty Mason Donna Dunn Manlee Lybbert Mary Ellen Prrtchard SECOND ROW Berna Lybbert Cherre Deane Norma Rohllnger Darlene Larson Evaune Gall Irene Sooter Betty Garrett THIRD ROW Thelma Lybbert Bonnle Brlyew Pat Hrchs Dolly Raymond Adrlanne Sharp Iane Anderson Ellzabeth Tyler Joan Lowe Mrss Lrlhan Mattson Q 4' 16 4 I i ' lx' Q .xl - K Fo 0 Ao v Q y , V k x X i I ' 10- l -. . 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'. . 5 ' at - , ' D - - I Q. fn F V .., gtf'?'.,-. .f 5 L I l T . - - I ' Q 6 Vx Q i F .3 1 ff-X, Dallas Merrell recelvmg the "Green Hand" trophy from adv1sor Maur1ce Pearson at an F F A banquet Those Future Farmers of A1ner1ca were busy thrs year en terrng rnany contests The Parents a.nd Sons Banquet, whrch was held January 11 m the Grange Hall, was an outstandrng event of the year They won second place 1n the Central Washln ton Stock Contest at Yak1ma, f1rst p ace 1n the d1str1ct potato Judgmg contest and second place 1n the state potato contest at Ellens burg Parhamentary procedure was somethm new for the boys when they came rn ourth at Wapato Sho work was added to the var1 ous d1f erent act1v1t1es of the future farmers The boys worked w1th tractors and other farm rmplements to get the needed expe r1ence for farm work PARTICIPANTS L R John D111s Ketth Hansen Jack Ielmberg George Fanmn Drck Black Lours Wyman and B111 Reese gomg through the mr t1at1on rrtual of the F F A L R, FIRST ROW Jack Ielmberg treasurer Vem Pederson vrce prestdent Davrd Cobra presrdent Kerth Hansen secretary Bobby Dnggs John D11ls SECOND ROW Harvey Ottmar Henry Sch111 Roy Calvert Dallas Merrell Lawrence Ostler Ronald McConkey THIRD ROW Bob Lybbert George Fannm Floyd McDonald Bobby Cox Lotus Wyman Drck Black B111 Reese Fo 0 Ao . 7 5 SN.. ' ' A 'Al yn,-' ' . H A GF .2 4" ' i . . " , I . 5 . I . ., 'tlflsf V.: W? ua' je . O ' 8 - p ' X X uni ,Y 5 154 . 5 x ' ,.. -v h I.. XM ' if . 1 4 17 LETTERME gf "gurl Jerry King, Ken Burress, Leonard Dirks, PatO'Shaughn- essy, Bob Lycan, and Skip Sherwood pause to relax after a meeting. OFFICERS: L-R1 Lowe1lDavis, vice-presidentg Ed Akridge, pres- ident, Andy Kinnunen, secretary-treasurer. To promote sportsmanship and general good feeling among the participants of the seve ral ath etic activities is the aim and purpose of the maroon and gold "M" letter- men's club. To prove this, a "sportsmanship Code" was published. Advisors, Art Gamblin and Tex The rrell, assisted the boys with their highlighting ac- tivities of initiation - plus the usual hot-seat- paddle -deal - and the dances that we re spon- sored for fun's sake after games. Besides selling season tickets for basket- ball and football, inspirational and "captain" awards of eve rysport were presented by the clubg football - Lowell Davis, Captaing Chet Hitchock and Jim Cox, inspirational trophies, ' 'TU I - ,,..,,,,anf1!""""w Y ,,....-Q5 MEMBERS L-R, FIRST ROW: Gene Kruger, Pat Sturdevant, Keith Hansen, and Vern Pederson. SECOND ROW: Bobby Lycan, LeRoy Akridge, Skip Sherwood, Fredie Hall, Don Garrison, Arkie Garrett, Louie Lafrenz. THIRD ROW: Milo Hyatt, Ken Pearson, Jim Cox, Chet Hitchock, Fred Swedberg, Wesley Crago, Jack Ielm- berg, Clarence Wetzel, Bill Wimiop, Denny McKin. FOURTH ROW: Jerry King, Ed Akridge, Lowell Davis, Andy Kinnenun, Ken Burress, Jim Garrison, Terry Binns, Leonard Dirks. 18 IF . 99 G. A. A. Showlng what they can do GAA g1r1s Carol and Barbara Wrlhams try for a Jump ball OFFICERS Geraldme Corley VICC pres durlng 3, bagkgtball tournament 1dent Elame Merrell secretary Carol Wllllams Pfesldem MLHS Glrls' Ath1et1c ASSOC1at10H started out the year Wlth d1scuss1ons for membersh1p requlrements, rev1s1ng thexr const1tut1on, after the approval of members and the student counc11, and act1ve program of co educatlonal recreat1on Two hundred pornts are needed for membersh1p and an add1t1ona1Z0O hundred must be earned each year to keep act1ve membersh1p 1n the GAA In1t1a1 polnts are earned by part1c1pat1on 1n all games and handhng varxous Jobs A pomt system was worked out whereby the g1rls can earna chevron for 500 po1nts 1 000 and 1 500 po1nts earn two and three chevrons, consecut1vely Two thousand pomts awards a star and 3 000 an 1nd1v1dua1 plaque 1n the dlsplay w1ndow -4' 00 ti mmm MEMBERS FIRST ROW L Hall L Ator E Merrellj Lowe. A Sharp C Hoffman C Deane S Jones J Knowles A D1l1s K Fowler B Bllyeau M Prrchard D Vandeventer SECOND ROW M Yamagaml B James M Lybbert A Hagen Y Wurff B Eccles N Cate I McLaughlm M McBride F Kmg E Gall L Lybbert C Wrllrams G Corley THIRD ROW D Larson L Hmkle G Ohausen E Tyler M Calder L Ross L Greenough B Tollex C Huber D Raymond P Hlcks S Jones B Wllhams FOURTH ROW B Mason M Rohlmger E Tyler B Mn.Donald Rl ' ' A .3 .1 , ' 1, . A X ., . L., -A 5- I p. V . f' ' ' . . E . I D . . X . a S au. 4 i A - F n "' f r f . .f ore f ' W. , y 4 eggs? ,. -I S . -ev ' Fay . .- 'fff F 1-1 f fi . ' A lv 4' 4' . 0 ' 1 Q' , 8 .E 6 . ' f L I 5 1 1 3, 34 as I 19 MEMBERS L-R: Earl Davey, exhibition and photo contestsg Mr. Willard Benson, advisor, Louie Lafrenz, annual photographer, vice-president, Leonard Dirks, program chairman: Joe Moyer. publicityg Donna Dunn, secretary-treasurer, membership, Clarence Wetzel. PfeS1dem- l951 found the combined Audio Visual Education and Camera Club literally swamped with new equipment. The Camera Club bought a new washer, used to clean prints and film. The AVE acquired an Eicor tape'recorder, a Keystone projector, a new film strip projector, and a record player. Largest project the AVE undertook was a study of posture in grade school children, worked in cooperation with the physical education department and with the aid of Mr. Reames of the grade school. Between annual and newspaper photography the two clubs managed to catalogue slides and its 550 film strips. Enlarging the stock, new transcriptions on the United Nations, and dramatized biographies were also received. MEMBERS, IST ROW, L-R: LaRuth Hall, Don Burford, David Gray, Dorothy Moore. 2ND ROW: Leonard Dirks, Earl Davey, Joe Moyer, Robert Seekatz, ,pil 'ii if 1- CAMERA CLUB A.V.E. UFFICE GIRL A I Y I 4 I f ll -as ,, The cheery "Good morning" girls L-R: Joyce Leighton, Waltena Sheppard, Dorie Adriance, Adrianne Sharp, Lucille Clam, Sandra Weeks, Goldie Jingling. Absent from picture: Ioan Noel. Delivering messages right off the telephone wires to the students in various classes, check absences, and doing routine office work are all part of the job for the girls enrolled in the on-the-job office practice course. The girls work in both the highschool and grade school offices. "It's overnight reserve-two-cents added each class period you keep it," can be heard during the eighth period when the students rush up to checkout their evening study. Alternating through the eight periods of the day the library staff gives excellent service in our ove rc rowded library. Man among women, Pat O'Shaunhessy, with the rest of the library staff: FIRST ROW: Alice Dills, Carol Williams, LaRuth Hall, Pat O'Shaunhessy, Betty Stillwell, Betty Clemmo, Alice Maxwell. SECOND ROW: Wanda Vandeventer, Martha Fannin, Darlene Larsen, Donna McLean, Betty Garrett. 0 LIBRARIAL 'Q ',., ,XSJ V ,fr ff K MEMBERS SEATED L R Ethelynn Goodrxch Jac Ator Ann Hyland Dor1e Adrlance Pat O Shaughnessy STANDING Ear1Davy LOUIS Lafrenz Steve Joy Nellxe Olsen hm Becker Cherxe Deane Jerry Kxng Carol Hoffman Joe Moyer Fredxe Hall Lavonne Burns Absent from plcture YEE TAFF WCM -639- 1-f ZZ Advlsor Burton L. Wug a rees w1th the hard worlung cha1ngang" annual sta when they say that an evemng of long tedxous copy wrltmg, and comp1l1ng of the separate d1v1s1ons of thls year's annual, adds to the group's Journallstlc trmmphs Asslstmg bodles, such as the Photography club must be acknowled ed however Free annuals were presented for the est plctures handed 1n Enlarg1ng the1r Journal1st1c knowledge Steve Joy, Fredle Hall, and Joan Noel spent tlme at aconference 1n Seattle last November Hours of research and compl1shments and pleasures of meet1ng then' March 1 deadllne Ass1stant ed1tor Steve Joy argues w1th ed1tor Joan Noel as to the length of Mr Davld E Dahl Photographer 15 wa1t1ng for Carol Hoffman to make a sl1p 111. her tedlous sewmg of the U N flag Advmsor Burton W11g explams the football layout at a. staff luncheon 1n h1s home as Joan Noel, Che r1e Deane Dor1e Adrxance, Ann Hyland Fred Hall and part of Steve Joy l1sten 1n x 'L ' v- I . I H N i I N - Q H ig up c - I if : , ' : I . ' . . x V 1 i 1 , xg LLM I , ., 1 N e Ja H, . . . . - - -A 1 'M p1ck1ng subjects for "p1cs" are all added to the ac- he V , :fn W 'mg - D ' ' ,I . ' . . I ir' IM. . . . . 0 . . 1 I 1 . , . I I . I , STAFF SEATED L R Jean Tudor Lucille Clark Pat O Shaughnessy Ann Hyland Ethelynn Goodnch Renae Jorgensen Fred Hall Dodre Ross Done Adrxance Nerta Cate Steve Joy Nellre Olsen hm Becker Irma Latshaw STANDING Burton Wug advrsor Cherre Deane Jerry Kxng Andy Krnnunen Jac Ator Ruth Hardy Lavonne Burns Carol Hoffman Loure Lafrenz Joe Moyer CHIEF W RWHO0P TAFF Ch1ef Warwhoop that four page f1ve column paper of Moses Lake H1 was busy all year keepmg students up to date and well mformed Reporters buzzed around hke busy l1ttle bees all year to keep the paper top stuff Seven exper1enced Journalrsts and 16 clubs greeted a new advxsor Mr Burton Wug hot off the WSC grlddle at the begmnmg of the school year Hlghhght of the season, for any PaC1f1C coast school, 1S the press conference held on the Un1vers1ty campus So February 2.3 members boarded a bus headmg for Seattle to learn how to rmprove then- paper F1rst semester edxtor Andy K1nnunen grves second semester ed1tor Dor1e Adr1ance some top hlnts Pat O'Shaughnessy checks h1s sports page as Fred Hall and Andy K1nnunen tell h1m he s got more work to do Students I..uc1l1e Clark Dod1e Ross, Dor1e Adr1ance Nell1e Olsen, Irma Latshaw, and .hm Becker d1ve 1nto the copy before the paperdead l1ne 3 T '1 3 6 , 3 J . . , .J.,, - 1 5 -5 . - . A ' ' 0 - s 1 l n n f Q I I I I ' : I I Y U I D I I I ' 5 9 - - . . 9 ' D . v 1 1 n p s Q . . I u 1 s n CHO0L LIFE ,Y 1r"""" nswwf' 1 in In the Home Economics room strong armed Nellie Olsen catches the drips from the upstairs photography lab as Joan Noel watches the splat- ters. Cheer-leader Elaine Merrell gets enthusiasm from the cheering section as the band plays on. Interested faces are turned towards the team at the Grand Coulee-Moses Lake football game. The special directional television antenna on the roof of MLHS gets careful attention from Mr. Roland Kissler. To be or not to be-- study hall. That is the question as the grinning, vacantfaces were photographed in this scene. 'WP' 1 .. XIX l Es. Y Ron Wofford and open mouthed Sh1rley Jones recewe afew pomte rs on dancmg from Mrs Helen Bator Armand Darllng and Mary MCBT1d8 's gr1nn1ng faces can be d1st1ngu1shed 1n th1s after game dance Janlce McLeod 15 caught m move ment as the frosh lndustriously dec- orate for their dance Fredie Hall glances over his part- ner's shoulder, LETTERETTE -M HUMECOMI G Tripping the light fantastic, students promenade to catchy tunes provided by the Lette rettes at their Homecoming dance. Nellie Olsen smiles at her partner Lin Richardson, Jerry Fisher is caught with a surprized look as the came ra clicks. Pretty dark-haired Joan Noel reigned as 1951 queen of the March of Dimes Dance held January Z7 in the Grange Hall. Smiling princesses are L-R: Lucille Clark, Thelma Lyb- bert, Marlys Hagen, and Jac Ator. MARCH RUYALTY TUDE T ASSEMBLIE fgg A G1rls grld mock ers of the annual staff slut enter tam ab 'In-yun Tex Therrelnarrates fl. li' Presentmg "Chr1strnas Presents" at the Jomt band and Chours program IS Mrs. Alpha Spense. 30 Dor1e Adr1ance nar rate s as Cher1e Deane weds Joan Noel afte r Carol W1111arns consents 1nthe Tr1 H1 Ysk1t COuItSh1P of M11es Standlsh ASSEMBLIE Che r1e Deane handsome young f man of the sword days wrltes of h1S love to Pr1sc1lla wlule Carol W1l l1ams M1les Standlsh g1VCS advxce 1 Whlle handsome Donna Dunn 1S proposmg to Marlys Hagen Luc1lle Clark mother and Carol W1ll1ams father to the the1r doom after be1ng shot Character draw1n s are presented by ta ented K ,gf Bob Woods who repre sents the Nat1onal As sernbly programs ,I-M" and Above left Albert Wllcox famous barmtone of mov1es rad1o, opera serenades MLHS students 1n another Nat1onal assembly pro ram R1ght Mr Amerlca of 1948 George Elferman proves he can dlsplay one other talent bes1des lxftmg dumbbells by playmg a tune on the 5 l F - n , M. h I V: N. v - 1 X Xwfyf 'Qa- . , , ' UH A ' . q' , "S , ' 1 A 7 A I . . , A if 1 - - . ' J ' ' r ' - K I -1 4 1 ' 7 - Ex : ' 1 in H 3 P az. ' A E 'gi . il! A 1 , xx" A I . is , , Q . . , I . . , , RE t . a t 2 iQ Vg , A VCE w:s -7. I w 51, ,Vg 'AA, 3 ,, .. I, . e if , , V i 7: :E -.Vv 1.3 M- ,wry ', A . 1 I . .V r , " gr , is ' f i ' f f 5 ' l 5 r Q .VL Q E' - ii ' R 42' Mg 1 . ,gl t ,,t as - 2 , I . , ' . . . , . 3 - . . : . . 1 ,Q . trumpet. 3 MLH BA D i "OnC0me On You Chiefs" energetically plays the I 5 -iw-sqm ' band at the Grand Coulee football game as "Little ir ' f Arkie" Garret handles a stray football, ,X sr Q v ,gift , -v'4s'4f"f-f-'fi M . Under the direction of a new instructor, Mr. Band dir . Boyd Bolvin, the band was very active. Starting taps Outector Mr, Boyd B 1 . off with the football season, the band traveled to piece the flme for ao vm most of the games and also attended most of the ' new basketball games. On Thursday, December 21, the band gave a joint Christmas Program with the chorus, The band journeyed to play in the Spring Festival on April 21. In the same month they attended the county music festival at Ephrata. SEATED L-K S. Joy, J. Goodrich, B. Lycan, A. Kinnunen, D. Bergey, M. Dirks, N. Cate, L. McVey, B. Williams, B Larsen, B. Mason, F. Benson, N. Rohlinger, H. English, F. Clemmo, I. Garrison. STANDING: Mr. Boyd Bolvin, Director Kolar, J. Becker, A. Darling, S. Hochstatter, J. Koiar, D, C. Hoffman, A. Libalt, D. Vandeventer, J. Lawe, J. King McLean, L. Hinkle, R. Sloop, E. Lybbert, I. Kruegar, B. D. Burton, L. Lafrenz, D. Wagner. mmmmun Q1-EEZ I MLH CHOR Conducting one of the many chorus classes is Mr. Boyd Bolvin, music director. With after school sessions the only meeting time alloted to the MLHS chorus a fine group of forty voices presented the combined Band-Chorus assembly December Joan Lowe, junior, renders Z2 a beautiful Christmas song du ring the joint Band- Chorus assembly. During the second semester with the added eighth period and a scheduled time for practice the chorus more than doubled in number. Bringing an enjoyable year to an in- te resting close the choir attended the music festivals held in Wenatchee and Ephrata. Tl-IE Cl-IORAL GROUP, FRONT L-R: l.aRutli Hall, Mary Ellen Pritchard, Beverly Martin, Ethelynn Goodrich, Dolores Ross, Iac Ator, Alice Maxwell, Dorothy Baker, Sharon Jones, Shirley Jones, Kay Fowler, Evaune Gale. BACK ROW, L-lb Louis Lafrenz, Evelyn Tyler, Betty Stilwell, Adrianne Sharp, Carol Hoffman. Cuvxng up love for worldly gam Jac Ator attempts to con sole her J1lted lover Ken Pearson 1 Jac Ator and Ed Akndge do a httle backstage pract1cmg. 34 Dreammg of a rosy future and the we alth of happy l1v1ng that comes through farth and good w1ll are Ken Pearson and I..uc1lle Clarke durmg the closmg moment of the play he sen1or play "The Fool ' was presented December 15 1n the h1gh school aud1tor1um to an ap prec1at1ve aud1ence Dan1elG1lchr1st ayoung cler y man who resolves to try ' would happen nowadays to a man who tr1ed to l1ve l1ke Chr1st " Through a ser1es of lntensely dramatlc 1n c1dents he learns that such a man rrught lose the world but would fmd happxness G1lchr1st Ken Persaon IH h1S stru gle wlth h1s consc1ence the loss o h1s pos1t1on and france showed a flne example of act1ng ab11 1 The 1nc1dent of the healmg of the httle cr1ppled g1r1 Mary Mar aret drew tears from many on loo ers Mary Margaret's falth brmgs her health and happmess, Portrayed by Lucllle Clark. , .,', 5 'lg 3 , If If A -l 'tl I A 7 A ll VV : -A .I . - .,, .,.. fl ng, n ',1'1. l Q , y 3, t t A i T ' I - l , . , . . , I 'iff is 'N , I ' ' , 'vial 'ty' , . . - . . . , - i .1 Ach Tung' shouts Davmd E E IOR ACTIVITIE XX Dahl to a mob from the Mob vm 5 , SCCIIC What adroll act1v1ty 1mpl1es Dor1e Adrlance as she applxes the make up for Lavonne Burns before Curtam t1me Leroy Akrldge lg nores the 1r1tense dress rehearsal be fore operung mght as Ken Pearson and Jac Ator put th lr hearts mto the Work Leads Jac Ator Ken Pearson and Lucllle Clark pose for the Chief Warwhoop camera Tonsorial artist Mrs Spence does the trimming for Chet Hitchcock's mus- tache 5 I 5 X1 H ' 35 JUNl0R PROM A ,af 1 1,- Y David Cobia, Orlando Dona, Carol Williams, Betty Stillwell, Dorie Adriance, Dave Camp- bell, and Sharon Jones twisted streamers were only part of the diffi- culties which the strug- gling juniors en- countered in decorating for the prom. Snfiiling couples swirl gaily to sweet music at the beautiful junior prom. ml s 2 ills: f. W. g. Junior prexy Carol Williams calls order while secretary Dorie Adriance shuffles papers during a junior class huddle on prom organization. With dancers of approximately 12.0 couples and a stag line of about 30, the Junior Prom of December 9 ended at the witching hour to the soft strains of the NCO Band music. Held in the high school gym, the prom featured decorations of a "White Christmas" theme, with glistening silver trees, multi-colored lights, and a swirl of crystal-like stars, Displaying the fine spirit characteristic of the juniors, all decorations for the prom were made outside of school and had to be ready to place in the gym the morning of the prom due to a basketball game the previous evening. Reward for the juniors'untiring efforts proved to be the fact that their prom more than paid for itself, and the juniors came out ahead. JH, W A gl1mpse of the tree and ch1ckenw1re before 1ts trans format1on 1nto the gl1tter1ng wh1te h1ll of snow seen at the prom. JU IOR ACTIVITIE LeRoy Akr1dge stands on the step ladder twlstmg streamers as Ken Burress stead1es lt Dav1d Cob1a Bobby Dr1ggs Marlys Hagen Barbara H1ers and Vant1a Keckter amb1t1ously help Through snow up to the1r knees Jumors Jan Anderson Nellle Olsen Steve Joy Joan Noel Andy K1n nunen Fred Hall, and BobbyDr1ggs waded to cut trees for then' "Wh1te Chr1stmas" theme prom What happened?" Oh Joan Just forgot to stop " Mr Percy Dr1ggs commences to put cha1ns on h1s p1ck up to haulthe d1lap1dated Dodge back to Cashmere Startmg at f1V6 o'clock on a snowy Sunday a group of Jun1ors chaperoned by Mr PercyDr1ggs and Mr. Ted Joy, drove three P1Ck ups to Cashmere to gather fn- trees for thexr prom. After a ted1ous day the group, m1nus one p1ck up headed back for Moses Lake w1th more than enough trees for the Jumor class to use 1n the1r decoratmg. 37 MAJORETTE Maw! Y amlimgalxiigk Lowe' 0 fhroug kelbau an 1 Y has gijebgns TJ: a ixome C Egiffye . nl., . Practlce makes perfect and a spht 1S a spl1t as Mary Yamagaml Carollne Huber Bonn1e Tolley and Evelyn Tyler exh1b1t the1r talent Struttlng down the f1eld the MLHS ma Jorettes led the band and Lette rettes through w1nd and l1ght snow at a half tlme per formance at the Ephrata versus Moses Lake Arrrustxce Day football game Wearmg short gold satm majorette um forms Mary Yamagam1 Bonme Tolley Carol1ne Huber, Evelyn Tyler and Joan Lowe performed at football games and durlng the half tune at basket ball games W1th atten t1ve well pleased aud1ences the glrls tw1rled thelr batons and exh1b1ted spllts, after wh1ch they made a gallant ex1t They never failed to enterta1n at home lnterruptlng the hard gam s for a b1t of talent 'A 9 I 6 In perfect form the majoretles pose for the camera L R Carolmc Huber Bonme Tolley Evelyn 38 Tyler and 'vlary Yamagamx xx '. f . ., . . I U , . , . p . . , - in . . - . - TL .9 O 3 Q 9 'i- , N 1 I -lv 3 ' ix 1 - . - . - . , - , . D , - 'v o .l , my yn , A, D., y I , A . T 41321 1 ' A 1 , Q - ,gi-if -'A. 1 xx, A , ' PA - lNl'lf:3': V 'I' 'n ff J ' L rf' -1 ' - -- ' ' A H71 Y' 1'- ." 1 . 1 I J I, 4 , in ' ' 7 x y K ' . yell, "WithaC," while practicing before a pep Peppy Neita, Elaine, and Joan and their favorite assembly. Neita Lynn Cate Elaine Merrell Joan Noel Early in the fall, Joan Noel, Elaine Merrill, and Neita Lynn Cate were elected to lead the Chiefs to victory through football and basketball, The trio wore gold sweaters and maroon pleated skirts through the heat and cold of football season. With spirit lifting yells, cart-wheels, and splits, through the drizzling rain, they cheered the Chiefs to victory at Davenport. Basketball season came, and Joan, Elaine, and Neita sported white v-necked sweaters and maroon corduroy circular skirts, lined with gold satin. During the winter, the girls introduced many new yells at home and away. They proudly yelled "With a C" at the Ephrata game, at which they helped the boys double the score. if n .'.'.'. ..v.-.- , Foowmi "A" '.Q'llal i . ml A Ii Pat O'Shaugnessy and Carl Davey toted the water bucket as man- agers for the thirsty eleven. Coach "Tex" The rrell and his four assistants, Don Spence, John Lothspeich, Ed Bator, and Art Gamblin directed the Moses Lake Chiefs during the 1950 grid season. Winning one and losing seven games, this year's football team showed plenty of spunk. Some of the larger schools on the schedule put several of our own hardpunching key players on the injured list. Highpoint of the season came when previously un- beaten Davenport fell by the wayside 13-7. Undefeated Chelan blew in to town and left with a 12-6 win after scoring with only 12 seconds left in the game. Grand Coulee hit Moses Lake on the right day and topped the Chiefs 19-18. Armistic Day, the Ephrata Tigers snatched an 18-13 victory from the Lakers, as the MLHS cheering section yelled continually, never letting their hard-fighting team down, Grand Coulee manages a pass as Jerry King and Leroy Akridge penetrate the line. The Golden Grid Machine lines up for the photographer. THEY ARE L-R: B. Lycan, 1. King, T. Binns, K. Burress, L. Lafrenz, H. Goehring. J. Cox. STANDING, L-R: V. Peder- son, C. Hitchcock, L. Davis, G. Krueger, E. Akridge. .Tim Cox closes in for the kill on Grand Coulee as Terry Binns comes in for support. HL14. ,, nl FOOTBALL SQUAD- BOTTOM ROW, L-R: I. Moyer, B. DeShaw, J Ehr, G. Krueger, E. Hill, D. Yale, W. DeMi11e, H. Ottmar, J. Ross, L. Akridge, V. Pederson. MIDDLE ROW, L-R: J. Zielke, R. Calvert, G. Bumgardner, J. Becker, B. Driggs, J. Garrison, K. Burress, L. A Lafrenz, I. Ielmburg, F. Swedberg, C. Zielke, E. Davey. TOP ROW, L-R: Coach A. Gamblin, Manager J. Joy, T. Binns, J. King, H. Goeh- ring, B. Lycan, B. Winnop, W. Crago, I. Cox, D. McKim, C. Hitch- cock, L. Davis, E. Akridge, Coach R. Therrell. Surplus of manpower gave the Moses Lake 461 ' High School a very good "B" football team this year. "B" coach Ed Bator and his assistant Don Spence led the papooses to a three win - one loss season. Traveling to Ephrata for their first game the Papooses were whacked 35-13 by the Ephrata Kittens. In the return game, the Little Chiefs skunked the Kitties 6-0. Ritzville traveled here to be goose-egged 37-O and in the return game it was a 44-O score in favor of Moses Lake. Johnny Ehr streaks down the field for a touchdown at Ritzville. The Moses Lake Papooses give a victory yell after winning to Ritz- ville 44-0. The maroon and gold boys get ready for the kick-off with Ritzville. FOUTBALL "B" "' 1 Jim Cox ,gets congratulated for his two-touch-downs at the Davenport game by Joan Noel, who never stopped yelling for him. Through the door the photographe r caught John Lothspeich ta ing Jim Cox's ankles. Jerry King's handrsome leg is also part of the scene ry. BEFORE A D AFTER Halfback Lowell Davis gets support from coach "Tex" as Jerry King lends ahelping hand. Spirit and the "we must win" attitude was built up during hard practices. The boys' five Sdaches refused to let them rest, it was line do this , and backfield do that. Before the game, locker- room scenes lent excitement to- ward that big game, only minutes away. "I want a rub down," "I want my ankle taped," "I lost my shoulder pads" were phrases heard time and time again. But a.fter the game, the boys were rewarded by praises of those hard-cheering fa.ns, who thought they were wonde rful. Looks like coach "Tex" is giving the boys some good advice at this practice, by the hard looks on their faces. . 5" -ix BOX! G With a rousing pep talk coach Re fe re e Windy West pro "Tex" The rrell works over nounces Skip Sherwood the Ron Wofford between rounds winner after a close one from with Central Valley. After the first two smokers, boxing at Moses Lake was discontinued due to the fact that coach Richard The rrell was called to the Navy. Eleven lettermen returned this year to bolster the pugilists. Splitting their two matches, the boxers won their first over Davenport by one bout and lost to Central Valley by one bout. With the leaving of "Tex" the thirty some boys who turned out we re without a sport tor a coach,j so the game was dis- continued. Vernon Pederson lands a hard right to his opponent at the match with Davenport. Don Garrison and his Central Valley partner clinch in a tough bout during the smoker in the Moses Lake gym. Dolan of Central Valley 5' I BA KETBALL QQ 99 Playing their first season in Class A League basketball the Moses Lake Chiefs lost more games than they won, but the young sophomores gained valuable expe rience. Finish- ing fourth in the North Central Wash- ington League, the Chiefs beat their rivals Ephrata twice this year and left the Grand Coulee Tigers in the cellar, the last game., Coaching for his first year Art Gamblin led his charges against some of the top teams in the state, such as Omak, Central Valley, and Wenatchee. High scorer for the Lakers was center Ed Akridge with 204 points, followed by forward Lowell Davis, 1095 Jim Cox, forward, 703 guard Jack Bergeson, 64, ,and guard Ivor Goodrich, 57. Guard Chet Hitchcock played at the first of the year, and came back fighting for the Grand Coulee and Ephrata games, whichwe incidentally won. Art Gamblinl, pilotedrtheirri-id Jictoryvoilervtilfeir rival, the Ephrata Tigers, Ivor Goodrich, Chet Hitchcock, Lowell Davis, and Jim Cox stand at attention during the playin of the "Star-Spangled Banner" at the Centra? Valley game . Emmett Ford Sam Hochstatter Forward Center Gene Krueger Guard Jack Burgeson Guard Lowell Davis Forward 'A" LEAGUE .. ,,, RECORD Moses Lake Opponent 32 Central Valley 48 25 Central Valley 31 44 Grand Coulee 24 34 Quincy 56 36 Pine City 35 27 Quincy 30 44 Cashmere 46 32 Harrington 40 40 Wenatchee 52 ZZ Wenatchee 45 Q I 3 44 Ephrata zz M Q , - I ff 30 omak 60 6 ' 5,13 , 43 Okanogarf 42 ' ,if 5 .t 50 Cashmere 69 3 It iflglvff ' 35 Harrington 52 Q 31 omak 45 Q .-.Q 47 Grand Coulee 44 P, F376 " 41 Ephrata 36 A A , ' Q 57 Total 777 A Q Forward Lowe11Davis goes in for alay-in at the Harrington game. Jim Cox, forward, gets ready for the re -bound. In the Central Valley game, center Ed Akridge jumps for the tip-offas Ivor Goodrich comes up to intercept the ball, Bobby Lycan Forward Ed Akridge Center Jim Cox Ivor Goodrich Jerry Ross Forward Guard Forward Managers Bill Reese and Jim Garrison kept the suits in order and did all those extra little jobs needed to help make a basketball team. Center Ed Akridge makes a good check on an Ephrata man as Jim Cox eyes the ball. or 50 MUSES LAKE FIVE Moses Lake High School coach, Art Gamblin, promised the townspeople and the high school student body that "no matter What, the Moses Lake Chiefs will win both games from Ephrata. " The maroon and gold boys, with plenty of support from enthusiastic fans, kept the coach's word, and came through with victory. Their last game of the season with Ephrata was a glorious night, and the cheering section, with help from the band, didn't let them down for one second. A good two points is made by Ed Akridge in the Harrington game. Guard Jack Bergeson, number 3, is sticking by just in case. "A" SQUAD: KNEELING, L-R1 Lowell Davis, forward, Emmett Ford, forwardg Jim Garrison, manager, Ed Akridge, center, lvor Goodrich, guard. STANDING, L-R: Bill Reese, managerg Keith Hansen, forward, Gene Krueger, guard, Bobby Lycan, forwardg Sam Hochstatter, centerg Jack Bergeson, guard, Jerry Ross, forward. Absent from picture: lim Cox, forward: Chet Hitchcock, guard. "B" TEAM: BACK ROW, L-R: B. Driggs, forwardg I. Moyer, center, B. Brown, center, L. Gerrick, guard, G. Baumgard ner, forwardg K. Tanaka, guard, S. Sherwood, center. FRONT ROW, L-R: H. Sands, guard, D. Cobia, center, W DeMi11e, guardg T. Mayeda, guard, D. Yale, forward, K. Hansen, forward. Coach Don Spence. Splittingtheir 18 game schedule, the Moses Lake Papooses ended their "B" league record with three wins and five losses, but won both games with Ephrata. Forward Keith Hansen was the big gunner forthe team with 146 points. Second came Wally DeMille with 60, Joe Moyer with 58, Jerry Ross with 52, and Kay Tanaka with 51. The team was composed of six juniors, two sopho- mores, and five freshmen. They look like a promising team for next year. Coach Don Spence poses with his first five. L-R: Coach Spence, Wally DeMille, Keith Hansen, Joe Moyer, Dick Yale, Tom Mayeda. , 4 Coach Don Spence gives ripf. to his players during practice. Forward Keith Hansen breaks away from his man in the Ephrata game. Dick Yale, number 4, moves over to set a block. rr rrrrrrr V P ' sa + V' P E , 1 "B" squad coach Don Spence gives those "last" necessary in- structions forthe Ephrata game. The boys listening are Harold Sands, Kunio Tanaka, Keith Han- sen, Dick Yale, Gene Krueger, David Co- bia, Skip Sherwood, Joe Moyer, Gary Bumgardne r, and Tom Mayeda. Ed Akridge awaits the taping experts before the Ephrata gaffle . " Z: -Q' ee-- Jim Cox and two Ephrata boys watch Ve rnon Pederson, Chet Hitchcock, Fredie Hall, Jack Bergeson, and Louie Lafrenz "clean up" at Ephrata While Butch Joy instructs. :mfs H Y' IQI Q' -N Handy man Lowe1lDavis gets Jack Be rges on "ready" for the Ephrata giame with the help of "Lil' Arkie" arrett. ChetHitchcock and Sarn Hochstatter grin over the matter, while Ivor Goodrich and Jim Cox are engaged inan important con- ve rs ation. LOCKER RO0M 52. SCE ES J.AJ4l How important those locker room laughs and last minute pep talks were to the Moses Lake Chiefs! The last game of the season, with Ephrata, brought even more tension. Consequently, with the aid of a cheer-1eader's Safety pin, expert tapers, handy man Lowell Davis, and the coach's encouraging pep talk, the boys pulled through. Moses Lake rooters will never forget the last moments of that ex- citing game. Neither will Ed Ak- ridge, Lowell Davis, Jim Cox, Ivor Goodrich, Emmett Ford, and Chet Hitchcock, the six seniors, who, that night, played their last game of high school basketball. ?' T, go brg 301 he 4 he bur that 1 aav 1 e around at th: P13 YVIH5 1322 0 rn Decerrrgjees O0 Sched many ga for the grrls drfferenl and fun Pyramrd burldmg was T TO RIGHT Darlene Larson LEP nne ro UY Here are gmrley lones Adfla Larshaw Dodre Ross lima d dxne Corley an Anthony Geral Sharp Vlfglma Helen Flauers Jollelfball, volleyball, tumbling, modern ance and b k , as etball filled the schedule ox the grrl sportsters. Sore muscles and st1ff bones were the pet peeves of most g1rls, In Dece b m er a county play day was he1d.at Moses Lake. It provxded fun and entertamment for the g1r1s. At the Ephrata game, the gals tumbled and bu1lt pyramrds for en- tertamment at half t1me. GIRLS SPURT 'vial drain KSEMUH ea 'r--f QE. wh 1- Sharp Wllhan-is lie Caroives the ban th reach 'Ei It a a Nelt the ha Cate the ead all 3-ny S Ould a1'o H fun: el' Offm theitiggr ogg d fled 9 ,',1:,21,1..g"' j-"et . .- 'K -r . ' 1 Nxt 1.1 ! f t . W fxiji ,K ' . ' 1 1 4' P ..1 " J V ' 5 ' ol... A' . t "9 G . A ? H . ' e ,K Oh! ' - , V 1W""' f U f' ' ' 'Q 1 f' ,, , -e , 1fsf?',Zg , Ad - ' - ,rs he I 1 Barb ra 'Q l . S d In I sh C 1 . S 1 .. .v O V .V ' .I Q 111 Q . ' h n l . ' I ' I GIRL P.E. Ste Mrs Helen Bator directs as Delores Larreau Ethelynn Goodrich Jac Ator Adrmenne Sharp Falth Jenson Clara Renn Mane Washburn Mary Yamagarnl and Betty Clemmo watch the performers Slxdxng gracefully ac ross the floor are Jane Anderson and Adr1anne Sharp Adr1anne Sharp Jane Anderson Mrs Bator and Wanda Vandeventor practlce 'run run leap " Dur1ng the cold wmter months after the g1rls had themr share of basketball modern dance was the fut1le attempt to make the g1rls graceful They presented an assembly of dances wh1ch1ncludecl"The Fable of The Donkey" w1th mus1c by Freda Mlller "School D s " "T f Two " 'SquareD e " and"H1d an Seek " There were other selectlons 1nWh1Ch poems and chants were used 54 'PNQ Mrs Bator 1nstructs Fa1th Jensen 1n the shoulder lead ' 7 r . I . f 7 . 1 3 . , l A I 1 ' u I 1 0 ,V 1 ang , . . . I C , . . . , v ag' , ea or , ' anc . e Bill Winnop and Billy Cox dress after a hard game of basketball. Boys' P. E. started with classes being taught by John Lothspeich. No sooner was he broken in by the boys to the tune of touch football he was called by Uncle Sam. Winte r and "Tex" Therrell took over and the boys went inside where they played their own rough and tumble brand of basketball. Then "Tex" was taken by the Navy and Art Gamblin, the basketball coach, replaced him and let the fellows work off steam by playing rough and tumble games o various sorts. mr'- 5 BOY 'llE. , ' Has lflyr ,-I A ., "-W .,umw..fsrV" Stan Harris starts the volleyball game inthe sixth period class. Emmett Ford a.nd Curtis Stewart bring the ball down Came spring and the P, E. boys got a taste of the good 'ole outdoors. the floorin the Hi-Y, F.F. A. game. Ron Wofford and Bill Win- nop slug it out back stage amidst the band equip- me nt, Caught in the act is Kay Lybbe rt preparing to dress for class. . ou... -.--.-...-.-...--. 0 ED AKRIDGE Akridge has lettered in basketball, baseball, football and track for three years, and in his junior year was rated second all-county man in basketball. He was a Letterman four years and held the club offices of "veep" and president. Ed was freshman class treas- urer, and prexy of the sophomore group. He also had leading parts in the junior and senior plays. JAC ATOR lac bounded in from Hungry Horse, Montana, as a senior. ln her last year she was class secretary, had a lead in the senior play, belonged to Tri Hi Y, and worked on the Tyee and Warwhoop staffs. She was elected to receive the Journeyman pin injournalism. lac plans to become a school marm. NANCY BAILEY Nancy hails from Mill Valley, California where she attended Tamalpais High School for three terms. During this time she was a member of the Glee Club and GAA. Her favorite pastime is horseback riding and subject, believe it or not, German. In future years Nan hopes to be a nurse. DOROTHY BAKER Dark haired Dorothy lists ghorus as her favorite class and photography as her hobby. Fishing is a swellway of passing a summer's day is her belief. Dorothy is active in the newly organized Pep Squad and AVE. DON BURFORD Blue eyed Don from Juneau, Alaska, state that swim- ming and photography rank as his hobbies. He has received awards as Pacific Northwest diving champ and lettered two years in swimming. Two terms of baseball and membership in the Camera Club are among Don's activities. LUCILLE CLARK Luci11e's been on the Warwhoop and Tyee staffs two seasons' secretary of Tri Hi Y 3, and president 4. She was treasurer of her senior classg belonged to Pep Club 4g Student Council 4g and appeared in the senior play. Lucille received the journeyman pin for out- standing journalism as a senior and won honorable mention for a feature story from the Spokane Press Club. LOWELL DAVIS Lowell Davis twice honorary captain of the football eleven, as a sophomore, and senior, and co-captain when a junior, has lettered four years in the gridiron game, baseball and track. Class offices he held in- clude sophomore treasurer, junior president, and "veep" of the ASB for this year. HM COX On the gridiron, Jim lettered as a junior fullback and end, and line-backer as a senior, besides, he has let- tered in baseball, basketball, and track. Jim shared the inspirational award last year in football, and he served as veep of the senior class. JOHN DILLS John, who has lived most of his life in Moses Lake, has been an active member and the president of FFA, and appeared in both class plays. John prefers leath- ercraft as a hobby and holds an award for FFA star farmer that has aided Johnny in making farming a lifetime job. LEONARD DIRKS To find "Leo" in a few years you will have to search the sky for he plans to be an aerial photographer. Activities credited him are four years of AVE, bas- ketball manager of '48, and the Frosh in "The Poor Nut." JIM GARRISON lim plays the sax which makes him a member of the band. He lettered in football as a senior and plans to take a business course at Whitworth College when he graduates. lim was in both class plays and his hobby is cars, of which he has a fine speciman. MARIE FOWLER Marie has belonged to FHA and Tri Hi Y her last two years of high school. She was Tri Hi Y advert- ising managerg FHA veep, and ASB publicity man- ager all in her senior year. Marie held parts in both upper class plays and her ambition is to go to art school. Z 3 E IOR l -3 'fi 2 ll 'f 'x 91 ""nli, i sv ... E i 11' i ,L in , Q l fs, E l0R IVOR GOODRICII Ivor, blonde hair and bluc eyed all rolled .nto on-J, lctturcd in basketball and track. Uf course, he btge longs to the Lcttermen's club. llc was Rev. W.idh.im in the senior classplay, "The Fool. " llis grade stand- ing runs around a Sciciicc happens to he his favorite subject. His ambition isto go to the l'ui'i.er- sity of Oregon. BEVERLY GILLETT The home ec room is one ofthe most likely places to find Beverlyeithersewing or drooling over a juicy rlb'steak, or perhaps inthe cornrnercialdepartment. l3ev's activities include being in Tri Hi Y for three years, membership chairman in 19495 AVE in 1943, two junior plays and the senior play. CHESTER HITCHCOCK Chet has been an active member in the Lcttermen's club three years and has played basketball four, foot- ball and baseball three, and boxing two. He won the captain trophy in baseball in his junior year and shared the inspirational award in football in his senior year. He ruled as president of the "51" class, and took leading parts in both class plays. SONNY HALE Sonny has been a member of the FFA for all four of his high school years and took active parts in the jun- ior and senior class plays. He was class treasurer as a junior and vice-president of his freshman class. As a hobby, Sonny enjoys fishing. MILO HYATT Milo's activities have been varied. He was class treasurer as asophomore and junior, an FFA member, and has lettered two years in basketball. He's chosen mining engineering as a career. HERB HOCHSTATTER Maintaining a good average along with many extra- curricular activities such as the junior and senior plays, Herb has lettered as a boxing manager and belonged to the Footballclub. He plans to attend the University of Oregon and take up engineering as a vocation. FRANCES JENKINS During her four years Frances belonged tc GAA rg F HA 1, 2, 3g and class secretary I and 3. She was Tri Hi Y chaplain, AVE secretary, assistant editor of the Warwhoop and belonged to the Student Council all as a junior. Fran is now planning on marriage as a life-long career. GOLDIE JINGLING Goldie was a member of FHA for three years and claims to be a music lover for she plays the piano and sang in the school chorus in her freshman and sophomore years. She plans to attend KBU in Spokane after graduation. RENAE JORGENSEN Renae has been active all four years in FHA. She was president as a sophomore, reporter as a junior, and parliamentarian in her senior year. She went to Girls State in 1950 and belonged to Pep Club in her last two years. A member of the Student Council, Renae was ASB treasurer this year and participated in both class plays. JAMES KOLAR Band rates high as the favorite subject of ,lim Kolar. He has played in the band for two years and was ac- tive in FFA for three. He was also in both senior and junior class plays. Jim's main ambition is to be a farmer and his hobby is working on wood. CLARK LARSON Clark's future plans are to own a nice little farm around here and settle down, and be a farmer, nat- urally. He believes dancing is a swell way of spend- ing spare time and dramatics and English rank high as favorite subjects. He belonged to FFA. JOYCE LEIGHTON Joyce ruled the roost as freshman class president when she also belonged to Student Council. She held membership in FHA her first three years and she was parliamentarian as a freshman. Other clubs Joyce participated in were: AVE Ig GAA 4g and librarian 2. --.5 mf f E IOR I -A it I'-. Wim ,,. P , fy 1 tsl' -X , t 5 4 1 n Wt. E, -in Ak? ll' In tl., 'bi s' L . i - e Lu. , E l0R 4-3- 'a a ' T41 BERNA LYBBERT Berna's been active in Fl-lA for four years, Tri Hi Y in her senior year, and GAA. Last year she appeared in the junior play, "The Poor Nut," and "A Happy Journey, " a dramatics class production. As a senior, she was class advertising manager and secretary for FHA. THELMA LYBBERT lt looks as though Thelma will make some "unlucky guy"--to quote her--a good wife because she is vi- tally interested in the school FHA of which she has been a member for the past three years Qthis year, she's head homemaker.j She's been amember of the Music club three years. Bits of AVE have been added, too. IANICE MC LAUGHLIN Janice has been quite active in the GAA, FHA, and AVE. She also won the honor of havingher name put in the American Anthology of High School Poetry and Songs of Youth magazines for winning the high school poem contest. "The height of my ambitionis to work on a large newspaper, " said Janice. ALICE MAXWELL Sunny Tempered Alice is practically a native, spend- ing all four years of high school here. Two years of AVE, two of chorus, swimming and Civil Air Patrol are among her activities. Listing shorthand as a fa- vorite subject, Alice is interested in the secretarial field but wants mainly to be just a success. DOROTHY MOORE Traveling is the hobby of this certain Dorothy Moore who plans to get a secretarial job after she graduates from high school. She has taken such courses and was the third best typist in the county according to the Grant County Contest held last year. MARIE MELDRUM In Hillspring, Alberta, Canada, Mariewas a member of the Cheer-Swing club. Along with her favorite sports, skating and swimming, she collects recipes, jokes, and stamps. In Canada she won first in a dis- trict sports meet for girls. Math and history are her best liked studies. She took a bit part in the senior play. IUANITA MORROW That San Antonio, Texas, gal, Juanita Morrow, was a newly elected Tri Hi Y member before her father 's company decided to pick up and leave the base. Besides that Juanita had just organized the Pep Squad, She is now attending school in Maloxie, Mississippi. KEN PEARSON Versatile Ken has lettered three years in football and basketball, two years in baseball, one year ln track, heldthe leads in bothclass plays and won the Spokane Press Club award for outstanding sports reporter. Two years of FFA, annual and Warwhoop staff, offices of FFA prexy, secretary of the Lettermen's Club and reporter for the Football club are among his sou- venirs. ADRIANNE SHARP Adriannewas top woman this year as she held the of- fice of ASB president. Coming from Portland as a junior, she was elected into the Tri Hi Y, appeared in both class plays and belongs to FHA. She was also taken into the Pep Club as a senior. Back in Rose City, Adrianne held the office of sophomore class secretary. BILL REESE Bill kept things quiet as sophomore class sergeant-at- arms, and he participated in I-'FA in his freshman year. His second and third years ofhigh school were highlighted by lettering in basketball and track. Bill also served as hoop manager during his senior period. WALTENA SHEPPARD Quiet Waltena enjoys cooking - natch, she belonged to FHA two years. A year each was given to Girls Club and GAA. Waltena works in the grade school part of her school hours. Her ambition for future years is rather uncertain, however, she would like to become a housewife later on. GLENN STILWELL Majoring in science, English, and math, Glenn has attended all four years at MLHS. Blue-eyed Glenn was a librarian 2, and in the schoolchorus 3, and 4. Stamp collecting ranks highest as a hobby and math is the top of his favorite subjects. His ambition is "uncertain, probably end up a carpenter." 4 li sl E l0R -arm' .pai 'fa an 'Illia .1-:ff-Ti ef ..- Q ifffxij' I" U Ji A""Jf"f ,.gg,,g,..?,1 fix l E lllll ,EQ i. X RUTHIE TENAGLIA Hailing from Ritzville, Ruthie was circulation man- ager on the Warwhoop as a junior. She belonged to FHA for the last two years and Tri Hi Y her last. She was assistant director for the two class plays. SANDRA WEEKS As a freshman, Sandra was in AVE, Girls' Club, and a majorette. During her sophomore-junior years she attended Ephrata, but returned to graduate with her original class. She worked as an office girl at the grade school. Sports, reading, and textile painting are her favorite hobbies. BEVERLY WILLIAMS An honor student all through high school, red haired Bev's ambition is "to be a business secretary. " Partic- ipating in GAA both herjunior and senior years, Bev was also a member of the Pep Squad this year. She transferred from Hartline and started here asa junior. CARROL WIUFF A hindrance of working during her first three terms kept Carrol from entering too many activities at Owatonna, Minnesota. She participated in the Girls' League her sophomore year. The senior play may be added as one of her accomplishments. She has re- ceived several awards in her art projects and wishes to be an interior decorator. JAY YERXA Shy, red-haired Jay, who names "Gabby girls in study hall, "as his pet peeve, has had two years of basket- ball, two of football, and took part in thejunior and senior class plays. Jay plans to attend Wenatchee Junior College for two years and then continue at WSC. BILL GLASSMAKER Before coming to MLHS as a senior, Bill had attended school in Montana and Idaho. He went in for tum- bling in his first three years, basketball as a soph- omore and boxing and baseball in his senior year. Bill loves to build model airplanes and finds tax- idermy interesting. u LELA HOWE Coming to MLHS with her southern drawl, as a sen- ior, Lela was instantly thrown to work on the War- whoop staff helping on advertising. She was voted to receive the Cub pin for her outstanding work in f journalism. In November, Lela moved to Chandler, Arizona. BEVERLY WILSON Brown-haired Bev, who has stood out among the art lovers, worked on the Chief Warwhoop during her junior year. Bev's hobby is embroidering and she holds a scholastic award for fabric designing. The expatriate from San Rafael, California, lists roller- . S' skating and basketball as favorite activities. 4 aff . . - 4 pf . Last spring, they, asjuniors, put on "The Poor Nut. ' This year the seniors said, "Why not pre- sent, "The Fool," justtokeep the tradition. So they did, and al- though one could get the titles confused thefirst deals with com- edy and the last was a great re- ligious playwhich was given, De- cember 15. After the play the photographs which Christians of Spokane had taken in the fallbegancoming and for days the graduating class had 'writer's cramp' as they auto- graphed picture after picture. Spring came and they focused their attention on the April Z8 ball, the sneak, and the assembly which was given March 27. - ' .Y Donning their caps and gowns Q t 1 they marched up that long center '- Q. TJ., aisle for the lasttime to receive X 2'-ff" the diploma for which they had worked so long. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: L-R: Berna Lybbert, advertising manager, Jim Cox, vice-pres identg Chet Hitchcock, president, Ken Pearson, sergeant-at armsg Lucille Clark, treasurer. Absent from picture: Jac Ator secretary. ,3v. Q l , x 1 , , r, ,, . Q., .-, Q . . T? i fa '-I .-M fa-5'5" ff" .fp--lr Robert Caldwell "' Ge raldme Corley Wesley Crago Davld Cobla Dorie Adriance LeRoy Akridge Jane Anderson Dick Black Eldon Branscomb Kenneth Burress JUNIOR ,AQ ll" 1 'ins' C33 ul-5 II' If Q - fi ,424 K 1 A sf' X Q. . 4 ' 5 f Al? 3 1 fci . V I U 2 V Va X V1 1 , ! I s . A: 1 if ff f .. n I ,L K - G xg 'I 'm P' -- . R obe rt Dr1ggs Orlando Dona Donna Dunn VIHS on Ellis 'vp' i 'W QP wr' :WN fi!! va' My Byron DeShaw -l Earl Davey ax' 'WS 5 an is-J as N-sw ,M fn-"NN 11 ang Qin Vera Engllsh George Fannln Donald Garrlson Bob Glas smaker W7 Y -41 4-4 une, fl ,GW fb 1' 47 ,av-H 5 't Y? Barbara Hlers Ann Hyland Jack Ielmberg Sharon Jones Harvey Goehrmg Bertha Graham Marlys Hagen Kelth Hansen Fredle Hall Pat Hlcks 1' -ls 1 Steve Joy Vamta Kechter Andy Kmnunen Mary Lou Knapp Lou1s Lafrenz Joan Lowe No' 40. '-, fs "? Denny McK1m Sharon Mc Klnley Beverly Martin Joseph Moyer . 'J' g 423 Fm W1-v' fi J --.I '7 'QV CD if' Wlth the commg of September slxty truggllng Junlors rolled through the open school doors Class advlsors Mrs Helen Bator and Mr S1d Humphrey greeted the students who came from as far off as Japan and Central Amerlca and alrnost every state Commg wxth the f1rst fall of snow formals and dress sults appeared couples swayed to Whzte Chnstmas at the Jumor prom Class rlngs arrlved early m .Tanu ary and wlth the commg of sprmg the Junlor class play was presented The outward bound semors sat at the same table durmg the jumor senlor banquet w1th the up and coming Jumors JUNIOR Ioan Noel Nellie Olsen Vernon Pe derson Lupe Perez Marle Prlce Dolly Rayrnond Betty Stxlwell Pat Sturdevant Fred Swedberg Kunlo Tanaka 'L lm fhrw, Al 'vt' N 'i 'QQ JUNIUR Ted Taylor Jean Tudor Barbara Tuttle Ehzabe th Tyler Clarence Wetzel Carolgene W1111ams Nlck Wlltz Cec11 Z 1e1ke 0-J 00? was 11' Lewls Wyrnan us. Qi 13, fu' Q' 5? as Lvl JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS L R Ne111eO1sen treasurer Drck Black sergeant at arms Carolgene Wrlhams presrdent Done Adrxance secretary Jane Anderson advemsmg manager LeRoy Akndge ser geant at arms Absent from prcture Vernon Pederson vlce president -lf? T A C9 . '4 4' at -5,15 W 4 'I Quik 'jf . . Q ' 1 1- 0' :A . . x 3 Rf - f . ' 4 3 . -Q -' .4 K ,A Q ' ' ' u 7 f - . Q A -Sd .- Q ,O x f I - t . 1: T f ff! 'nw 41 . g i A L . , h. L :gzfvaiigxg fr f-.Q ' ' 'R' nf x. 4? , rf N 7 , fi 1. ' " AS X 1 ' 'E g .Q 12 V. 'FP A- 'A fre: ef Q, 'I - f Norma Archer Lois Ator Te rry BIRDS Jack Burgeson Mary Calder B1lly Cox 'S v-9 fer!!! fi? Myrtle Boggs Darrell Burton Roy Calvert Che r1e Deane Martha Fannm 17 as f'5'rv -Q97 if-gli. A ut: eq, vi ,fx Jim Becker Florence Benson Edith Be rgenholtz 0PHOMORE Ne1ta Cate Pauhne Chr1st1an Betty Clemo Jerry Flsher ,-- PPS Barbara Flanlgan 'QQ' 'Q- Hr Pax'- l f y M. 3 1 w- . . . . 'WT if ' ::"lL': Y V .1 9 ' x . ? A , W L ' - , kix i I ' V Q ' ' 'r' ' N gtf' ,N I ' A .. , N ' - 1 f 'A : - ' :N - ""' 2 ,F -. A, f . 5 V l '. wow' I 31 +1 I ' gff :f?Z:2f I M' - " "ff ""' B' 'ff ,, K i, ,L - ' '- ' V ,fp 'I - K , 'fu Q 4' Y . ' ' ' E. - ,v 5 'T - " 93 'lb' :.s'4 5 Helen Flatters .Tim Garrett Ethelynn Goodrich Sam Hochstatter Jerry K1ng gil IQ -1-'Q' Carol Hoffman Io Anna Knowles "QW Carohne Huber , 'U . "' M. 'vs 2 7 Q . Y "M .-o ' r- A . of , x ' .5 ,IS . I r. ...- F . .i 1 - t . K v, .' , ' . 'S' v Ronald Graham Lyla Greenough DaVld Grey Ruth Ann Hardy Stanley Harrls Leta Hlnkle Shlrley Jones Falth Jensen Gene Krueger Delores Larreau 6' 'Q sr' H er-"' Faye Kolar 'M' 11. Y- it'- "nu-av "US F-'J -Q 'Q C""' 1X 'Ir - ' '- . . . G PLL. t I-, R ax mt ,nr if l g fy - ' . K , 4 ' A .1 x A Q rf K . 1,2 'Ig 34. ,Y A - , . y h y A A ww- I '- 11, ' v X H x X X ' 45 11 -I ' I 0' . r Q. V -' ' .t J ' ' x . sa X, , Ig A lf' X x 7-a 'U' T7 'F' i A 0" gg-.za .lliilf Darlene Larson Irma Latshaw Rlchard March Betty Mason Mary McBr1de Donna McLean .Tack Purdy Tom Mayeda Betty McK1m Ernest Pound 1 'Y 40" 1: C f- A1-letta Libglt Robert Lybbert Bob Lycan Rememberlng all thelr Insults re ce1ved the year before seventy some sophomores turned the zmps and gave the nlnety new greenhorns the brunt of then' devlhsh m1nds Afterwards the mlghty sophomores gave the awed frosh a no hard feehngs dance The Sophomore Hop featured the actl v1ty slde of the second year men but an all schoolassembly composed and dlrect ed by the sophs gave rlse ln the gym Harvey Ottmar Norma R ohhnger Elame Merrell Dallas Merrell .Tack Reese Clara Reml 'H 4 fn- 117 fb fr if' . . ' ll' IO ll ' ll ,, in in V -QAV K W . R M .X 3"- 5 3 d - 11" R R' tiff, -- A , -. "-, ,vftgi , B , 'ifzg ' y t , I -xiii V ' - P I -W' ouomomz W CLASS UFFICER 4-:an SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS L R SkxpSherwood vxce prcsndcnt Stanl-lams pres1dcm Ela1neMerre1l secretary Absenlfromplcture Florence Benson Lreasurer Ron Wofford sergeant at arms Henry Schlll Wanda Dodle Ross Skxp Sherwood Mary Lou Walker Lena Ross Grant Russel Myrna Salmmen Dorleen Stradley Bonnle Tolley Evelyn Tyler Marle Washburn Ronald Wofford Mary Yamagaml Y' My 1- 4. ,Min 'ID I1 is "'C."7' 4:1 75 f 1 I 1, l 4 : - : ' B , ' - ' 5 'M ... 1: :ax ' ,, 4 .0 ' " - S f . 5 , , as M Vandeventer VVU' A l ,il Y J lv ' f II. Q' f, , - ,v 2 A ' . - , ':- - J 15.9 , fl - M wW- i ., , ga -N is ? A N . , x E ,V . , A V Ch. Wafhm' 'xr ix 'AJR Gordon Alex ander Gary Bumgardner fs .4 Ba rba ra Bergey Larene Chl'1SI13Fl C lrl Davey Walter DeM1lle Allce Drlls fx CWD Mane Brlskr Bobby Cox If 'C' Bonnle Brlyeu Ellen Craxg 'Urs FL ff'--'I B111 Brown Armand Darlrng FRE HMA Mrlrnda Drrks Bonnle Eccles John Ehr Edward Elhngsworlh James Ellmgsworth Hugh Enghsh Delores Estes Kay Fowler Helene Fujua Evaune Gale ,yn 1 A L 4"-9 'hh A Al rx-5 'l r s " t . ,N , y if" wtf' W '2 5 H 1 f - Q ' lf V - M 5 ,KJ ' filr' ji llf.. E 1 My E K , A 1 J . ,,. . my 1-mx rx "T: "'- as , .3 . . jk Lv Y, I' 1 1 K K , M l '7 f " ' f - 4, Howard Daugherty 1- Af" -Q Q V fr' '15, L L I r - - f lege "Y I EM-M U k'N2:'11' I A , V 0 T- ' ae E V" 'fb " . . . . L if F34 . I 5 . l gl A , l , ' ' ' " "" I ' -A 4 'B ' 1 5 5 ' . . l . 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YY, f , h Edward H111 Jon Joy 'K av" 9 Wayne Harus Norman Hrckok Ralph Huber Francrs Kung 3. aan' -in fi- 1 Dean Ide Brllre Sue James Charles Jerman Doyle Kmnunen George Lerghton Enoch Lybberr 'vs If -AFT' ilq 'UQ fr- 1 IA 11.1 Kay Lybbert Ladeue Lybberr Manlee Lybbcrl Barbara McDonald Floyd McDonald Dudley McLean 'Ns Rr , "' Jesse Melton Glen Moore --, Russel Work ma n 1 Lawrence Ostler Tony Patnck Dan Perkrns Ruth Pomeroy Mary Ellen 'X ZF Q-RR if Ronald McConl- Lauren McVay Jerry McBr1de Ia mce McLeod As usual the sophomores had to g1V6 the huge class of freshmen an honorable 1n1t1at1on The day dawns br1ght and warm October Z7 the greenhorns came to school pretend mg to be terr1bly scared and dressed as r1d1culously as any other class had before them There was the usual pushlng the peanut down the hall race the usual smearmg of l1pst1ck on faces and the school s photo graphers are told by thelr teacher t t some darlmg shots y November 3the class that could no longerbe called "frosh ' have re v1ved enough so they g1VC a tolo dance Thls season the freshmen have the d1st1nct1on of bemg the largest class m the h1story of our h1gh school They number 94 Prltchard Charles Reeves Lynn Rrchardson Elraaberh Rrdenour Jerry Ross Jerry Rutledge Vxc Salyer -? 1G 11x11 if .at 0--it 5 -Y G5 l rf ,, if is 78 fi- . , a -1 -T, 4 0 .' 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Bill Winnop Yvonne Wiuff ,- v Kay Yamamoto Jack Zielke 1 a"'5' 'Q Dick Yale fx I l"""T FAC LTY x..,h:..x C, B MCFADDEIN Pasco Washmffton B A WSC Pullman Twelve xg ars school affurs SUPa,l'1IllClldLI1l 1- lv'-F 82 .0 i ! ,-,, 'T O T DARLING EauClau'e Wlsconsm B A STC Eau Clam: Wxsconsm B E M A WSC Pullman Twenty three years ln school affalrs Pnucxpal ? Mrs. Judson Henderson Secretary Mrs. Otto Pepper Secretary Mr s. Saima Stuart Librarian MRS HELEIN BAFOR TICIOH Washtngton B S WSC Pullman Two years teachtng Engltsh phystcal CdLlC3LlOIl Advtsor Trl Ht Y GAA Jumor Class WILLIARD BENSON Mayvtlle North Dakota B A STC Mayvtlle North Dakota Ftve yea rs teachxng Chemlstry photography mathemaucs Advrsor Camera Club FACULTY 4 F EDWARD CUSHMAN Wapato, Washtngton B. A. , B.E. , WSC, Pullman one year teachlng Agrtculture CHARLES CHAMBERLAND Stoux Ctty, Iowa B A., EWCE, Cheney B. S. , Utuverslty of Waslungton Elght years teachmg Audlo vlsual educatton Advlsor AVE is t:v: '- fu mul BOYD B OL VIN Q- sf--4 4 1 4 Z c Tacoma Washtnpton A B E CPS Taeoma One year teachrng Band chorus .4 Advrsor Sophomore Class Pep Squad FRANCIS BARTLE Dtcktnson 'Nlorth Dakota B X STC Dtcltutsou NOITTIDJRULI Two years teaching General Scteucc geometry Advtsor Gutdince f A 2 .....J.. . Xl: 7 x G J 'I' " 'K ati! v , s 1'5- I 83 SQ P gulf .Af CARL E HUMPHREY Greeley Colorado A B Colorado College of Educauon 1 years reachrng Socral scrence druer educarron psychology Advrsor Junror dass ROLAIND KISSLER Yakrma Vwashrngron Hrglr Fra qucncy Cour Two 5 ears reachrng RddlO an-4 .5 4 DANID I: DAHL Camhrrdge Mmnesora AB STC Valley Llty N 21 years reaclung Germm Englrsh Adxrsor Dramaucs GILBERT T GIBBY Ogden Utah B S BYU Provo Utah 24 years teulnng Algebra general sclence brology Advrsor Senror dass FAC LTY 2 JOHN LOTHSPIECH Colfax Washrngton B A EWCE Cheney Two years reachlng Mecharucal drawmg P E Entered scrvrce frrst semester LILLIAN MATTSON Leonard North Dakota B S State Normal Ellendare N 23 years teachmg Home Economrcs Advrsor F H A I ELIZABETH POWERS Kansas City, Missouri B, A. University of Washington One year teaching Art, state history, world history Advisor: Sophomore class MAURICE H, PEARSON Turndale, Washington B.S. WSC, Pullman 22 years teaching A gric ul t ure Advisor: F.F.A, FACULTY AIPHA SPENCE Tulta Texas B A EVNCE Cilcle One vcar teaching English Adusor Pep Club RICHARD THERRELL New Orleans Loursiana B S M S University or Idaho ti tears teaching Physical education Adxrsor lettermens Club gd .Q WCS ii BURTON WIIG Maddock North Dakota N-Y B S STC Minot North Dakota M A WSC Pullman Four years teaching Commercral yournalrsm OUR ANITO I RS LEFT T0 RIGHT Chris Advisor Chief Warwhoop Ty ee Wruff Emo Anderson ' D 1 v , 1,1 1 , ' ' ' l . ., . . I , ' I F l - . , L 1 4 Elf' ' , 'I I ' , 3 Q 0 1 A A .Q It it Q r X fl I 1 Q. z . . I 4,7 Q an " ,z 1 I . - 1' .1 ' n 'l t l .. , ' , r A - ,. XL ' h X vw x. ' 5 . ' ' 1 v . ' . , , , . 2 r I J - ' ,, -- ' . ' ' D , . . . Q 1 f' L 1 THE FARMEPNS PAGE The development of the Columbia Basin area is proceeding at a very rapid rate. To the farmers of the area we give Credit for the encouragement of this development and for the future prosperity it will bring to this section of our state. E B COLE AND SONS PERCY DRIGGS GOODRICH BROTHERS RUSSFL HANSEN BILL HATTORI WHERE POTATO IS KING -,QQ I . 4 .,iT-.. THE COLUMBIA BASIN HOWARD NOEL CHI OMORI AND NED OSUMI WELCH AND KANDRA RANCH H S YAMAGAMI HARRY YAMAMOTO m-L as-4, -Q- The Moses Lake High School annual staff would like to thank the advertisers for the cooperation they have given us in publishing the 1951 "Tyee". Through their in- terests they have helped make our annual possible. We hope their contribution to the production of the annual has been returned many times Ove r. To the students , we urge you to express your appreciation to the business men of Moses Lake by patronizing them regularly, ln keeping with the theme of our annual, "The United Nations" we have put all acl copy into the language of a foreign country. We hope the reader will find it interestingly diffe rent, To translate ad copy turn to page 99 and locate the number and firm name of the ad in which you're inte rested. The English translation is given the re along with the name of the country Whose language is used. DR H J RE TH Dentist Moses Lake Phone 445 DR JOHN LYLE Physician and Surgeon Moses Lake Phone 67 DR WILLIAM SARGENT Dentist Moses Lakc Phone 676 DR D H LARSON Physician and Surgeon Moses Lakc Phone 676 DR RICHARD PENHALLURICK Dentist Moses Lake Phone 80 DR HAROLD L TRACY Physician and Surgeon 6 Moses Lake Phone 350W rf- tgff' J Adnance D rie Jr IO I2 I4 21 22 23 30 35 36 66 Akrrdgc Lcroy Jr 18 35 37 43 44 45 '16 Xkridge Ed Sr IO II 18 43 44 45 49 50 55 58 Xlexander Gordon Fr 75 X erson lame J IO if 37 54 K6 Anthony Vugirua Fr 53 Archer Norma So 72 or Lois So I5 I9 Of Jac S 12 3 79 33 35 54 58 Bailey Nancy Sr 58 Baker Dorothy s 15 33 58 ec er Jin 27 3 Benson Flon ncc S 3 Bc cnlloltf Edith S 7 cy B bam Fr 3 cu Bonnic Fr I5 1 I Burns 'I Qrry So I8 43 44 45 , tk Dial . . . I . 1 4 6 Z - - 1 5 3 3 - - , . 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Appllance s Moses Lake Phone 149W BESSELMAN REALTY CO Serstok aherzla logo a betr1 he11"I11l1 og Basm bondabael Moses Lake Phone 560W BASIN SUPPLY CO Ert huvudkvarter for fma mobler Moses Lak Phone 275 BOWEN S MARKET Eyfyuwpx-:Ga 610. 11692 TI. nov numkouk-LEU, nopfn MCL 6l.6 T0 XGMOYSAO pug Moses Lake Phone 654W Boggs Myrtle So 72 Branscomb Eldon I X3 BI1Sk1 Mane Fr 76 Brown B111 F 5176 Bumgardner Gary Fr 45 51 52 76 Burgeson Jack So 48 50 52 72 Burford Donald SI zo 58 Bumess Lavonne Sr 22 23 35 Buness Ken Jr 18 37 42 44 45 66 Burton Darrell So 32 72 Caldwell Robert Ir 66 Calvert Roy So I7 45 72 Cate Netta Lynn So IO I4 16 I9 23 32 39 53 72 Campbell Dav1d Ir 36 Chnsuan Lanne Fr 76 Chnsuan Paulme So 72 Clark Lucille Sr IO I2 14 21 23 29 31 35 58 65 Clemmo Betty So 2I 32 54,72 Cob1a Davtd Ir IO I7 36 37 SI 52 66 Corley Gerry Ir I9 53 66 Cox Billy So 55 72 Cox Bobby Fr I7 76 Cox 11m Sr l84244454648495052 59 65 Crago Wes Ir 18 45 66 Craxg Ellen Fr 76 Curtis Stuart Fr I3 BURRESS 8: LAING REALTY Casas Terrenos Negoc1os Fmcas Prop1eda.des Seguros Moses Lake Phone 57 a,.ul. em. J.. 1. Q..-1, -l.,v ,I ml. Us Moses Lake Phone 1833 R1 CASCADE PLUMBING 81 HEATING Est1mac1ores grattutas Se rv1c1o rap1do 15 Moses Lake Phone 156 X 10 ' - 11 7 . l 5 p p 5 ! O n 8. 2 Y.-11' 12 1 ' " -o- r.u '66. In . " rv . 9 . I - . - - o . " ' .1 ,u 'r .1 . E: -7 0 y 1 Calder, Mary--So. 19, 72. CASCADE GROCERY I . I 7- 1' I' In .1 v v r 1 o 1 I rl I . . . A ' . e n . s . -- , . - D C. B. SUPPLY CO. Oliver, Minneapolis Moline, Ferguson Maquinoria para estancias de toda Clase para todo uso. 16 Moses Lake Phone 7 CENTRAL MOTOR SUPPLY 331721 11731373 "fl'7l1 'MT 'l'TH'J1 117770 3 U Moses Lake Phone 288 CHASE'S SHOE STORE Storste urval af skor 1 hela Columbia Basin Moses Lake Phone 49 ECCLES APPLIANCES Maytag and Ph1leo Records fongraficos y pagmas musicales Congratulamones Gracluandos Moses Lake Phone ZO3 COLUMBIA BASIN HARDWARE Le mellleur des art1cles de sport Se nous ne les avons pas nous les obt1endrons 9 Moses Lake Phone as EBBERT'S MACHINE SHOP Gennemf rt motor eftersyn Tandhjul og stempler slibes Mos s Lake Phone 193 DOMESTIC SE WING CENTER Veels geluk sen1ors Alle naaldwe rkbenodigdhede Moses Lake Phone 640 DORNER WISE INC Moses Lake Phone 37 DUNN'S AUTO ELECTRIC Alurnnos por graduarse Obtenga aqu1 los se rv1c1os para su carro 22 Moses Lake Phone 34 Darling Armond Fr 28 32 76 Daughrerry Howard Fr 76 Davey Carl Fr 44 76 Davey Earl Ir I3 zo 22 45 6, Dans Lowell Sr ro II I3 18 43 44 45 48 49 5o 5 59 Deane Cherie So I2 15 16 I9 22 23 2g 31 DeM1lle Walley Fr 45 51 76 DeShavw Byron Ir 54 67 D111s Allce F I5 I9 21 6 Dirks Leonard S IO I8 20 9 D1rks Melinda Fr 32 76 Dnggs Bob Jr I3 I7 37 45 51 67 Dona Orlando I I 6 Dunn Donna Jr I2 I5 I6 20 31 6 Eccles Bonnie Fr I9 76 Ehr John Fr 45 76 Ellensworth Edward Fr 70 Ellensworth James Fr 76 Ellls Venson Ir 67 Enghsh Hugh Fr 32 76 English Vera Ir I5 67 Estes Dolores Fr 76 Fannin, George Ir I7 67 Fann1n Martha So 2172 Fisher Jerry So 29 72 1-'lamgan Barbara So 72 O - I 7 .-. . 17 , ' .:"JI 18 Z4 . . 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' E J EBEL AGENCY casa del hombre es su Palacio Terratenrents Seguro Moses Lake Phone 2.7 EVERTRU CONCRETE PRODUCTS FHA aprovado visitendos y ud Lo aprovara 6 Moses Lake Phone 163 W gil 3:1111 FLEET SERVICE AFL? 5?'5?"fl HENRY BACON INC The building 11ne is whe re We shine 9 Moses Lake Phone 342 FORD Sr FORD ACCOUNTANTS Licensed Public Accountant L 8: S Building Moses Lake Phone 38 HILLS JEWELRY coeepmennbm EOBEJIMPHOG 1f1CKyCgT90 Moses Lake Phon 144W Flarrers Helen So 53 73 Ford Emu it Sr 48 50 52 55 Fowler K y F I5 IQ 33 76 Fowler Marie Sr IO II I2 16 59 Fujita Helen Fr 76 Gale Evaune I9 33 Garrett Betty 16 2I 77 Garrett Jim S 18 32 52 73 Garrison Don I8 47 77 Garrison Irm 18 32 42 45 47 5 Geiger Betty 15 77 Gerrke Lloyd Fr 51 77 Glassmaker B111 Sr 64 Glassmaker Bob Ir 67 Grllett Beverly Sr I2 60 Goehrmg Harvey Jr 42 44 45 68 Golly, Mary--Fr. 77. Goodrich, Ethelynn--So. I5,22, 23, 33, 54, 73. Goodrich, Ivor--Sr, 48, 49, 50, 52, 60. Goodrich, Huck--Fr. 77. Goodrich, John--Fr. 32,77. Graham, Bertha--Ir. 68. Graham, Raymond--Fr. 77. Graham, Ronald--So. 73. Greenough, Lyla--So. I9,73. Grey, David--So. 20, 73. Grey, Dick--Fr. 77. Grinolds, Arloa--Fr. 77. I-IIVELY SHEET METAL Lake Plumblng and He ating Moses Lake Phone 81 HOLMES BROTHERS Concreto de rnezela raplda arena y cascajo Moses Lake Phone 83 HUB CAFE 81 LOUNGE Lackra stekar och fiskratter var specialitet 33 Moses Lake Phone 101 JOY DRILLING CO. We start from the top and work down. 34 Moses Lake Phone Z9oM LAKEVIE W FLOR 1ST 7-,n175o?-ihMw9'-C.'f I 41 Moses Lake Phone 79 KIRK'S SHOE REPAIR 15911113 dvi' 61322 U6 Moses Lake Phone None LAKESIDE CLEANERS Jhee1Kinare Ke Dhobi Barhla Dhu1a1 Moses Lake Phone 501 KIRKISH MEN S WEAR Na-11epsLa odmez wyroby ga1ante ryjne 1 obuwle Moses Lak Phone 151 LEMON S MARKET IC-A salgshal Hver dag Iave prlser Moses Lake Phone 320 KNOWLFS LUMBER CO AND CABINE T SHOP Store f1xtures abd home Cabmets Moses Lake Phone 395W MCCOY WICK REALTY Make1aar en Verzekemng W1JVCT1iOp6H de aarde en werzekeren haar Moses Lake Phone 172W E En eualqumr 1d1omo ESEM es e1 mejor numero n su telefone 1450 Moses Lake Phone .234 L 8. S CONSTRUCTION CO Constructlon en tous genres Moses Lake 13110116 3 3 LAKESIDE SPECIAL TIES 1951 Mezumarma parfak 1st1kbaf ey 1ht1yac1ar1 ICIH D1z.1er1 haurla Moses Lake Phone 542 en Xhce F I an arlys r e I 1 Sr Fred Jr 3 Hall Lakuth F I5 I9 20 21 33 Hansen Xrmond Fr 77 nsen k 1111 Jr 3 11 r 5 Ruth So 23 ,3 rms Stanley So I Harrls Mayne Fr ff Hue ok Nlorma F 77 c s Par Jr I2 IQ PS Edward 1-r 3 Ihnkle Le a So IQ Ihtchnock Chat Sr Iiocllslnuer Herb S 11OC1IC1 nr Sam Se 32 48 30 3 Hoffman carol 3 NL 11 S 3 ber Pa1p11 F att M10 I and X 1 4-434443-439 053 ldc Deane Fr 77 le ICSLIL. F 5 Jelmberrv Jaek Ir 17184 4 S ' " 42 A - 35 ' - ' 1 . -I 3 . , -- 36 f ' e 43 I ' ' ' 44 37 ' 1 I1 nag- , , ' -- r. 9,77. 1-law , M '--J . I2 29,31,37,o8. 'K' 'Sf ' M' 111111, in -' . 60. ' ' ' ' 1 ' Hall, -- . 1 ,I8,22,23,28,3f,52,08. I C " 1 N " rl 1 1 1 1 177' 38 1 Iia 1 ke' -- . 17, 18, 5o,51,'2,x'18. Z1 d ', -- . ,F . Ha "-- . IO, 1,55,73,T5. 'Nh ,', 1 " if, 1, 1 . 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I 40 , Jan -s, B111 --- r.-1 ,I9,77. 6 X,-,1 1 " o 1 1 21 51 0 MLBRIDE 'S Umon 76 Stat1on 111213 EC 757l?'?hw7- 'haw Vwmg 952297 HQ'7'CD-l7'l,'f'?1 huggv 71?f.7?m rm- Moses Lake Phone 431 MODERN BUILDING SUPPI IES 15, 41 1355149111 27371 Moses Lake Phone 456W MQDONAI D MOTORS 'DTNLLG 11' TDWTTWIYIYIUUTYT YlWU'W'I'9'9 14511 1111170903 91 www' 'V r"1f'N?1fx'Y1'1 11191 Moses Lake Phone 370 MORNING SUN DAIRY Gelukwensen aan de k1as van 1951 9 Moses Lake Phone 363 MEACHAM S JEWELRY Lykke T11 For 1951 Klassen Moses Lake Phone 386W MOSES 1 AKE BUILDING MATERIALS INC Butur ev 1ht1yac1ar1 eger b1L1I'I'1 yoksa yapab111r1L Moses Lake Phone 263W e IH Frames br 12 Jensen Farth So I5 54 73 Jerrnan Clarks Ir IO 77 79 Im Img Goldre Sr 21 F11 Jones Sharon I I5 33 36 68 Jones Smrley 5 15 I9 28 33 53 73 1 1n F I3 45 52 St ve Ir 2 23 32 3, Keckter Vanrta Ir 3, 69 Krng Frances Fr I5 I9 77 79 Km Jerry So 1 18 27 23 32 43 44 45 411 kmnunen X dy Ir 3 8 23 3 3 QQ Kmnunen Doyle F 7 Knapp Mary Lou I 9 Knowles JoAnne S I Kolar Faye So 32 73 Kolar James Sr 32111 Krueger Gent. So I8 32 42 44 45 48 50 52 73 Lalfranz Loure Ir 18 20 22 23 32 33 43 44 45 52 Larreau Dolores So 15 54 3 Larson Clark Sr GI Larson D Ilene So 1 18 21 32 Larshaw Irma So 23 52 4 Lexghton G or c Fr 77 Lug non Joyce Sr 21 61 Lrbolt Arle ta So 32 74 Lycan Bob So 18 32 43 44 45 49 50 Lowe Joan Jr 14 16 I9 32 33 38 Lybben Bema S I2 16 63 85 Lybberr Enoch F 32 77 Lybbert Kay Fr 55 78 MOSES LAKE CASH STORE Le Grand Magasm Ie mreux assortl de Co1umb1aBas1n La Me111eure Quahte Aux plus bas pr1x Moses Lake Phone 64 MOSES LAKE GARAGE Bombas Jacuzz.1' para sua 1rr1gagaoe necessrdades domestrcas Moses Lake Phone 177 NEGLAY 8: GRAVES APPAREL Salon de be11ez.a y a1macen de trajes para damas Almacen para damas y HIHOS Moses Lake Phone 2.16 PAT O'SI-IEA INSURANCE AGENCY e bedste nsker for studenterne af 1951 54 Moses Lake Phone 195W : : I '. ,. 1 . -n - -' ,Q I f x 45 - - 48 1- 1 4 Q J I. I .1 1 - . A' ' . L 1 r 7 Q15 Q 1 ,, .. 1 . 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' . - 1 ' I 1 -' n g 0 , 1 " 1 , 1 1 " I 1 1 1 1 1 1 174' 1 -- 0 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 " r' 1 1 1 1 ' "' I1 1 1 -- D 1 O K SERVICE Ph Illp 66 Produc ts tt.-ALQQJ ZUJQJCJP Moses Lake Phone 85 I R 81 E FOOD STORE a plus grande 'peute bout1que ' de Ia v111e Ouvert tous les -yours A votre se rv1Ce Moses Lake Phone 48 O K RUBBFR WELDERS orld s flnest rt Cappuag Guaranteed naflon wlde Mo-.es I ake Phone E44 RITZ THEATRE C563 bij 15,1543 L,.x,,J1 4: l Moses Lake Phone 181 PARKER S CHEVRON SERVICE Donde buen se rv1c1o es negoc1o Lavado y Iubr1cam1ento Moses I ake Phone 78W SAGE SEED CO Sem1l1as para pastos 1HSCCt1C1d3S y abones Moses Lake Phone 541 POTLATCH YARDS Felu 1dades a los alurnnos de 1951 Buena suerte en su futuro Moses Lake Phone 145W POWER S THRIFTY DRUG annur SQaznQlrw??on1Lwmwuwotw nn. Qlvm Lnnnfsncwwvfuefwna L QU Moses Lake Phnoe 153 QUALITY PAINT STORE 160 "dutchboy" barvy pro Vase malovanl v Jare eo Moses Lake Phone 3W RAINBOW SERVICE STATION 4 cg Q53-H E ogkfrroef if ta 4 wfflf 3, y 2 JT 61 Moses Lake Phone 126 Lybbert Lybberr Lybbert Lybbert LaDene Fr I9 78 Maulee Fr I5 16 IQ 8 Ro ert S I, 74 L1Ill.'l I Nlarch R1cl1ard So 74 Nl1rt111 Bewerly I I5 33 9 N rson Betty So 161932 4 Maxwell Alrce S 21 33 62 Merrell Elarne S IO I4 IQ 2, 39 Merrell Dallas So I7 74 Meldrum Mane Sr I4, 62 Melton Je.ss1e Fr 78 McBr1de Jerry Fr 78 McBnde Mary So I5 I9 28 74. McConkey Ronald Fr I7 78 McDonald Barbara Fr IQ 78 McDonald Floyd F I7 78 McK1m Betty So 74 McK1m Denny Ir 18 42 44 McKLn1ey Sharon I I2 McLaughlm Iamce S I9 McLean Donna So I5 21 74 McLean Dudley Fr 32 78 McLeod Jamce Fr 28 78 McVay Lauren Fr 32 78 Moore Dorothy Sr 20 62 Moore Glen Fr 78 Morrow Gary So 74 Morrow Juamta Sr 63 Moyer Ioe Jr I0 zo 22 23 45 SI 56 Noel Joan Jr 1 1011 I2 14,22 27 29 30 37 39 45,46 69 sf 5, ' n 1 . A 1 ' ' ' . I 5 KQ H' -1 A 55 ' 62 . . -1 F . A ' ' , W ,L - 3 - . sv v - My A' - I 3 t . I s 4,1 I , . 56 5 Q ,. U l " 63 I . 57 . , - 64 1 Q 'A I T' " . , 1 -- , , , 1 V V Z b -.-'O" Tl: -1 If I 58 ' ' ' ,Tha --S . IIJ,29,1l2, lvl 1 , ' ' '- . . 1 A ' , ' '-- r, , ,O . I -il 1 1 " I 1 l I7 ' Mayeda, Tom--So. 5I,53, 74. sd I A 5. CN V' 6: 1 In " YI U U ' Q : 'g , 1 -- O' I I 1 -I 174' 44- ., - . 1 . - - - . I I .1 . , " Q n 59 . 1 - jg' - , " Y. , . 1 l "' v 1 1 ' v - ' -- ri . f .1 . r ' I ' -- L . 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Frigidaire Presentartiklar Zenith Hushallsartikler Sparr Jarnvaror 67 Moses Lake Phone 99 S AND S FOODSTORE Courto1s1e dans Ie SCTVICG Satrsfacuon garantre e L'autre Cote de KSEM 6 Moses Lake Phone SHAD S FOUNTAIN Serx1c,1o Cortes sasusfacelon garanusada Moses Lake Phone 183 SCI-IULTZ STUDIOS Dozvohte da vam prrjatno pnkazemo zrvot pornocu nasrh portreta 11cnost1 Moses Lake Phone 346W SALMON'S GROCERY En Io futuro saquen el mejor provecho de Io que han aprend1do Moses Lake Phone 399 SCOTT'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY El1m1ne suc1edad en su hogar Iave con nosotros Moses Lake Phone 213 sel X l11e r IO I2 I4 22 23 Olluusen Gaynell S I9 r l mrence F I lllrll llarw y So I7 45 lame: Tony Fr 8 lederson Vernon Ir I7 I8 43 44 PQFCY Lupe lr 70 lc,r IHS Din F PIICC Mane I I2 70 Prlellard Mary Fr I6 I9 33 78 Pomeroy R rl1 Fr 78 Pound Ernest So 74 Purdy lack So 74 Raymond Dolly lr I2 I5 I9 70 Reese B111 Sr I7 50 3 Reese lack So 74 Reues Fuarles Fr 78 R n11 Clara So 15 54 74 Rn mardson Lynn Fr 29 78 R1deno1r Ehzabetlz Fr 78 Rohlmger Norma So IJ IQ 32 Ross Dodle So 15 23 33 53 75 Ross Jerry Fr 45 49 50 ,8 Ross Lena Garl S 15 I9 75 Russell Grant So 75 SEATTLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Depos1t Insuranee Corporauon ME IAXEIPIEOY TIS EHYWIIESTHS 'rpmrrs ZHS EIS T0 Asxfwvorrfnao Co1umb1a Bas1n Branch 27 29 37 70 45 D2 lo Moses Lake Phone 39 SNEED TRACTOR 8: IMPLEMENT CO Quallty' Farm equ1pment sales and servrce Moses Lake Phone 150 EARLE SMITH 4 Le Marc ard e plus grand du nord ouest en vo1t1,1 emments bat1s dans l'est et dans l'ouest 73 Mcses Lake Phone 306 ,xv 1 F . 11,5 - ,- aI I ' s 1 I ". R ' ' ' -.- 'J ' lc 1. I K ' I l . ,.-- .ln s -ix A D -- .. U Y 8 l 65 ' 69 66 f 70 01-'11 -'C I "I u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 171' ' L , ' -- o. . Ostle , ,z ' '-- r. 7, 78. " W OH ' 1 'C "' 1 1 174- - P . 71 'sl ,, . 7 . . Pearson, Ken--Sr, 18, 35,63 455, 1, -- - - - 71 7 ' I I I 3 D I ' I 1' -- l I -1 '-k , . -- r. 78. ' , ' -- r. , . M ' 1 " I 1 1 1 1 . , ll "' 1 1 . . 1 -- I l --- , I "' o o l R 72 f h- . I -I I . I I " 0 1- :U ' ,Il Q 4' 5 -- I I e , -- . ', . . , -' . , . , ,1 4 " U 1 1 If ' . A A 1 . A . I -- 9 9 I I i 0 P: 4 1 V-' I 1 1,7 I . 1 "' of F1 1 1 1.- 1 "' n c SPROUSE REITZ Elke dag 15 wrnskoopdag 74 Moses Lake Phone A66 STANDARD OIL OF CALIFORNIA S D Carter Drstmbutor merlleurs souharts a Ia elasse de 1951 Moses Lake Phone 51 Les STOP AND GO Sea Servldo al comforte de su carro Moses Lake Phone None THE VISTA CUP S1 vous venez ou sortez arretez et prenez un dejeuner Moses Lake Phone None TAYLOR'S FRIENDLY STORE E11-logar de las merchancras de calrdad Moses Lake Phone 370.1 WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY Ev-TY0QEvm.'tc rtotornrog sig xaunkcg T1-1-+09 TTIQ le L Moses Lake Phone 179 3RD AVE MARKET E1 mas nuevo y mode rno me rcado lo mas fresco y lo mejor Moses Lake Phone 340 TRASK MOTOR CO ,umb Umnb 1951 '11125 wbwnx 'INJD ubuz U"J'IDX'l n'J1:mJ ,Unk unnfzunz nn'y-111: nyfm H2351 Pontrac Cadrllac 9 Moses Lake Phone 1 WESTERN COLD STORAGE CO Fro og for V1 har allslags have og plenutsyr 80 Moses Lake Phone 577 Rutledge Jerry Fr 78 Salmrer Myra So 75 Salyer Vrc Fr 78 Sands Harold Jr 5152 Saunders Bob Fr 79 Schrll Henry So I7 75 Seekarz Robert Fr 20 79 Sharp Adrranne Sr IO I2 14,16 I9 20 33 53 54 O3 Sheppard Waltma Sr 2163 Sherwood Skrp So 18 47 51 52 75 Sloop Russell Fr 3 79 S ma rt Ronald Fr 79 Sooter Irene Fr 16 Stewart Curtrs Fr 55 Strlwell Betty F 21 33 36 o surweu Glen Sr 63 Sturdexant Pat Swedberg Fred Taylor Shrrley Taylor Ted Ir Tenaqlra Ruth Tolley Bonrue Tomlerson Robert Tonaka Kunro I T or, Jean L 23 Tuttle Barbara J Tuttle, Robert Fr 18 21 I3 18 42 ,19 38 7 52 71 1 71 79 45 3440 I -,af I - , 1 I " f' ' ' fl ' - 75 ' I I I ' 1 ,. 76 , ' 81 ' 1 9 0 Q 77 '-1 T fl -3.L'ua 82. 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'--S0-15 1 -75- --- ' . --Fr- 9- - 1 ' " I' 511 v ' ' ud -- '. ,T . , "fn I WETZEL'S GROCERY THE SPORTS CENTER Felicitaciones de 1a Clase "51" Buena suerte en e1 futuro. 83 Moses Lake Phone Z4 85 Moses Lake Phone 656 YER ZA FLORIST 97 EQ in GQ-5 EPP?-S. ifgj-1 CHARLES A BETTS 5 Full spme X Ray K' Q ds 25" X al Z3 A Moses Lake Phone 668 7' fm-9-61 Uvbarfi-fix as Moses Lake Phone 448 VISTA SERVICE STATION Gratulatlon t111 klassen af 1951 Moses Lake Phone 546 We of the 1951 Tyee staff would hke to say thank you to the many people who have glven us help 1n putt1ng out our annual For the trans1at1ons rn our adver trsements Fore1gn students at Washmgtorf State College Fore1gn Iegatrons Washmgton D C For the photography Acme Newsprctures Unrted Natrons P1cture SCIVICC Wade I-hckman W1111ard Benson Tyler Elrzaberh J I5 16 I9 71 Tyler Evelyn So I5 I9 33 38 75 Vandeventer Delores Fr I9 32 79 Vandefenter Wanda S 21 75 Voss Larry Fr 79 Wagner Duane Fr 35 79 Walker Mary Lou So 75 Washburn Mane So 54 75 Weeks Sandra S 21 64 Wetzel Clarence lr 18 20 71 Wrlllams Barbara F I9 32 53 79 W1ll1ams Beverly Sr IQ W11l1ams Carolgene J IO II I2 I5 IQ 21 30 31 36 53 71 W11son Beverly Sr 65 Wmnop B111 Fr 18 42 45 55 79 Wruff Carrol Sr I2 64 Wruff Yvonne Fr I0 79 Wooford Ronald So I3 28 47 55 75 Wyman Lewrs Ir I7 71 Yale Dlck Fr 45 51 52 79 Yamagann Mary So I9 38 54 Yamamoto Ka Fr 79 Yerxa Jay Sr 64 Z. 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EME T THA LATIO H I Rerth Wm Sargent Rrchard Penhallurrck John Lyle D H Larson Harold Tracy Basrn Electrrc Center Chxna Chrnese Electrrcal Contractrng Basrn Supply Co Sweden 5W6d1Sh Your headquarters for frne furnrture Baumgarten and Rorvrk Mexrco 5P2fl1Sh We wrll help to make your home beautrful Opposrte the C Bedford and Sherman Argentrna Spanrsh To reach any goal you must plan and prepare Get expert lrfe rnsurance counsel at Besselman Realty Co Iceland IC613UdlC Specralrzrng rn better homes and basrn farms Bowen s Market Greece Greek We guarantee everythrng we sell even our smtle On Penrnsula Drtve Burress and Larng Realty Chrle Spanish Homes Lots Busrnessess and Farms Real Estate Insur ance Cascade Grocery Yemen Arablan Our arm rs to please you wrth the best that money can buy Cascade Plumbmg and Heaung Costa Rrca Spamsh Free estrmares qurck servrce C B Supply Co Paraguay SPHHISTI Farm machrnery of all types for every need Central Motor Supply Israel Hebrew Auto parts and equrpment top qualrty at lowest prrces Chase s Shoe Store Sweden Swedrsh Largest selectron of shoes rn the Columbra Basrn Columbra Basrn Hardware France French The best rn sporting goods If we don t have rt we can get Domestrc Sewrng Center U of S Afrrca Afrrkaans Congratulatrons senrors Everythrng for your sewrng needs Dorner Wrse lnc Burma Burmese I P Gas Sales and Servrce Better lrvrng wrth better heat Dunn s Auto Electrrc Ecuador Spanish Congratulatrons senrors Have your car servrced here Ebbert s Machrne Shop Denmark Danrsh Complete motor reburld Crankshaft cam prston grrndrng Eccles Applxance Columbra Spanrsh Phonograph records and sheet musrc Congratulatrons sen rors E l Ebel Agency Bohvra Spanrsh A man s home rs hrs palace Evertru Concrete Products Honduras Spanrsh FHA approved try us and you ll approve FleetServ1ce Chlna Chrnese Our best wrshes and congratulatrons to graduates Ford and Ford Accountants New Zealand Englrsh Lrcensed Publrc Accountants Henry Bacon Inc Australra Enghsh The burldrng lrne rs where we shrne l-lrll s Jewelry U S S R Russran For perfectron rn jewelry Hrvely Sheet Metal Unrted Krngdom Englrsh Lake plumblng and heatrng Holmes Brothers El Salvador Spamsh Ready mrx concrete sand and gravel Hub Cafe and Lounge Sweden Swedrsh Frne steaks and seafood our specraltres Joy Drrllrng Co Phrllrprnes Englrsh We start from the top and work down Krrk s Shoe Reparr Egypt Egyptran In today out tomorrow Buffalo work boots Krrkrsh Men s Wear Poland Pohsh For the frnest rn clothrng furrnshrngs and shoes Knowles Lumber8r Cabrnet Shop Unrted States Englrsh Store frxtures and home cabrnets K S E M Peru Spanrsh In any language KSEM rs the best spot on your dtal l45O L 85 S Construcrron Co Canada fFrench7 Englrgh We burld everythrng Lakesrde Specraltres Turkey Turkrgh Loads of luck SI grads Remember us for the future home furmshtngs Lakevrew Florlst Ethropra Amhal-IC Flowers for all occasrons Lakesrde Cleaners Indra Hlndl Lakeside cleaners qualrty cleanrng Lemon s Market Denmark Damgh Super IGA Market low prrces everybody Dr. . . 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