Mount Vernon High School - Skagina Yearbook (Mount Vernon, WA)

 - Class of 1955

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' K 9-... . , M-V ' X X if-suns-. if 1,1 -sms ag , - V V '9- 4..h ' -fowzpanin o - Bosines'!:MQ'FfLT-Ed'Watson' - 'L giT'6F?H-HDorofln'yQL.ofhiEn ' - ".Advertising Mgr.-GeralahH'amBurg 'wa-U.nion High. School my Mounf Vernon, Washington awe analfhz LmigAfy v Ffriwv . , if l M 'A" . hh-n-' l fsiezffix X1-35-f 4' M X f - J X- silnuunw- G . it if , WM., .. - Considering class problems are officers Janet Poppe, Mark Peterson, Carolyn Sharp, and Dol Wylie. ' In the fall of 1951, approximately 155 "Guys and Dolls" began their four grand years of high school at Mount Vernon. From the beginning the Frosh were very proud of their place in the stu- dent body, and looked forward to the year when they would be the "High and the Mighty." The "Four Aces" for the first year were: president, Kelly Mplstad, vice president, Mark Peterson, secretary, Beverly Sterba, and treasurer, Joyce Dunsmore. . "No Help Wanted" was the theme of the Frosh football team as it walked off with the Northwest league title. "Four Lads" played on the Junior Varsity basketball team that year while the Varsity went all the way to State. "Side by Side" with their honorable athletes were more than forty honor students destined eventually to become members of the Torch Society. Elected to lead the class of "55" through their second year were president, Don White, vice- president, Ted Neff, secretary, Roberta Yaxley, treasurer, Ed Watson. "l Love a Parade!" And the Sophomores really did as they walked off with first prize at the annual school float parade. And they won another first prize with the Sophomore Assembly. As Frosh, when the class assembly was cancelled, everyone's thought was "Maybe Next Time." And so it was. They received the best assembly award given by the dramatic department. Many stu- dents, both boys and girls, were admitted into Green M that year, too. lt was, however, disbanded the following year. A When the first year as upperclassmen arrived, they elected as class officers: president, Zane Frazier, vice president, Roland Wagar, secretary, Mary Lynn Affleck, treasurer, Bruce Brown. of ix N250 lr C969 oxssxb xg ttm llll 5 U eeoxbf I M f, ,3 E 2: , .. fm S 6 JE' Q7 0 '59, l T" awed. 1 9 f V 4 55 ' Q Q gz z galx ' ' J lf ii as as Q . 1 xarnu so . Q? N i 2,0 "' ll J In football that year they had many candidates for "Mr.-Touchdown" of M.V.H.S. Jim Duffy, Ed Watson, Jim Eisses, Leland Shinn, Gerald Hamburg, and many other fine football players were worthy of the honor. Leading the student body at all athletic events were song leaders: Mary Jo Gardner, Evelyn Alseth, Sheila McDonald, and Nancy Collins. Yell leaders were Sara Comings, Chuck Cass, and Joyce Pearson. Juniors, all, and they served their school well. During the holiday season the annual Junior Thanksgiving Assembly was another success and brought out the theme of "Count Your Blessings." lt wasn't a "White Christmas" but it was a merry one when the Juniors turned out in full force along with Mr. Joe Murphy to carol for the town hospitals and the rest home. "Oop Shoop!" Basketball for '54 was upon us. More than one-half of the varsity squad was made up of Juniors who had a major responsibility in getting the Bulldogs to the District Tour- nament. The class was also very proud of its wrestler, Les Stimka, who won the state champion- ship in his weight. When the strains of l'Take Me Out to the Ballgame" rolled around the Juniors again gave more than their share of players to a baseball team that, with their help, won first place in the county league. The Junior year was not only eventful in athletics but also in drama, music and scholastic attainment. Many Juniors had parts in the all-school plays. Many were in the choir, orchestra and band, and more than forty students still remained on the Honor Roll!" "S-H-B-O-O-M-M-Ml" Seniors at last!" "Roll on to Victory" was the theme of our '54-'55 football team made up mostly of Seniors. Jim Eisses and Ed Watson were especially honored when they were placed on the All-Northwest Foot- ball Team. Two county schools joined the M.V.H.S. Seniors for their fabulous Senior Ball "Winter Won- derland" that was held November 26. Elected from Mount' Vernon for king and queen were Ron Tarry and Mary Lynne Affleck. "Merry Christmas to You" was heard far and wide at M.V.H.S. as the Seniors put on their Senior Assembly. This was really a "real gone" assembly and the Seniors had as much fun put- ting it on as the student body had watching it. As basketball season rolled around, the Seniors realized that it wouldn't be long before they would be saying "So Long" to everything at old M.V.H.S. The class of "55" had nine players on the Varsity team, and with the other players, they really made a great team. The class of l955 had more than forty students in Torch Society, which was one of the largest memberships in the history of the school. They also had many members in Thespians, Quill and Scroll, Band, Orchestra, and all the other school clubs. Guiding the class through its last busy year were: president, Mark Peterson, vice-president, Dal Wylie, secretary, Carolyn Sharp, treasurer, Janet Poppe. Class advisors were: Mr. Malcolm Thomson, Mr. Rex Coslor, Miss Dana Johnson, Mrs. Marie Wick, Mr. Jack Croghan, Mr. J. Turner Pedersen, and Mr. George Mowrer. May 26 and Commencement found each senior wishing he could "Turn Back the Hands of Time." Valedictorian John Torgeson and Salutatorian Jim Eisses were honored at traditional graduation exercises, and the next day the class of "55" bowed out, wishing teachers and stu- dents the best of everything and a wee bit tearfully asking "Please Remember" the Class of 1955. l l 66 77 Wonderful arf' ff" i 1 Les Stimka contributed a great deal to Dorothy Lothian received the coveted the school's prestige by holding the Daughters of the American Revolution state wrestling championship in his award given to the senior girl with the weight. most admirable qualities. "Thespianfof the Year," Mary Lynne Affleck, brought laughs to many through her roles in three all-school plays. - f :Q Ag s . ,.3..'w - --fig, ' ' jfQ1,-west "f ix: .szielsifil l ' 1 X . . 5 Carolyn Sharp, outstanding senior jour- Four year letterman, Ed Watson, earn- nalist, contributed greatly to the suc- ed many athletic honors including cess of the "Bulldog" Margie Sundal lent a great deal to the success of both the school and Com- munity orchestra. nomination to the West State football team. l Sntl P3 F 'bf l '-53" I I 1 l r Affleck Alexander Alseth l Alumbaugh L. Andersen Anderson J. Anderson Bach Blattman Bordner Bos Breathour Brodland Brown Bryson MARY LYNNE AFFLECK-Girls Club l-45 Honor So- ciety, l-45 Torch 45 Class Sec., 35 Senior Ball Royalty, 45 Homecoming Princess, 45 Latin Club, l-25 Tri-Hi-Y, l-25 Flamingo Club, l5 Pep Club, 45 Thespians, 2-45 All School Play, 2-45 Choir, 45 G.A.A., l-45 Green M, 2. GARY DAVID ALEXANDER-Boys Club, l-45 Honor Society, l-45 Torch, 45 Latin Club, l-25 Hi-Y, 45 Thes- pians, 3-45 All School Play, 3. EVELYN JANET ALSETH-Girls Club, l-45 Homecoming Princess, 3-45 Song Leader, 35 Tri-Hi-Y, l-45 Flamingo Club, l-25 Spanish Club, 2-35 Horizon, l-25 Band, l5 Choir, 45 Skagina, l5 G.A.A., l-45 Green M, 2. MARY LOU ALUMBAUGH-Girls Club, l-45 Service Club, 35 G.A.A., l, LOIS MERLENE ANDERSEN-Girls Club 45 Transfer, Arlington High School, Arlington, Wash., 4. ARTHUR E. ANDERSON-Boys Club, l-45 Wrestling, l-45 Football l-25 Track, l5 Green M, l-2. GERALD H. ANDERSON--Boys Club, l-45 l-lonor So- ciety, 2-35 Latin Club, l-25 F.F.A., l-4. LARRY ALLEN BACH-Boys Club, l-4. DOREEN 'BLATTMAN-Girls Club, l-45 Honor Society, 25 Pep Club, l, 45 Tri-Hi-Y, l-25 All School Play, 35 Chorus, lg Choir, 3-45 Bond, 2-45 Mojorette, 2-35 G.A.A. l-45 Green M, 2. DONALD LYLE BORDNER-Boys Club, l-45 Yell Lead- er, 45 Hi-Y, 45 Chorus, l5 Choir, 3-45 Football, 25 Box- ing, 2-35 Track, 2-45 Green M, 2. ROBERT BOS--Boys Club, l-45 Spanish Club, 3-4, Swimming, l, 3-45 Golf, 2-45 Green M, 2. DIANE MARILYN BREATHOUR--Girls Club, l-45 Tri- Hi-Y, l-45 Pep Club, 45 Bulldog, 3-45 Choir, 3-45 G.A.A l-4. ROBERT P. BRODLAND-Boys Club, l-45 Football, l, Track, l-45 Boxing, 35 Green M, l-2. BRUCE BROWN--Boys Club, l-45 Class Treas., 35 Hi Y, 3-45 Swimming, l-45 Co-Capt., 45 Track, l-35 Foot ball, l5 Green M, l-2. SHIRLEY MAE BRYSON-Girls Club, l-45 Tri-Hi-Y l-45 Chorus, l-25 Choir, 3-45 G.A.A. l-45 Green M, 2 ,uv 5. nv, X ,, Callahan Carlson Carstens Cass Coffman Collins Combs Comings Cox Curbow Dawson DeBay Dewey Dixon Duffy SHARON K. CALLAHAN-Girls Club, l-4, Spanish Club, l-3, Tri-Hi-Y, l-2, Choir, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. LEAH M. CARLSON-Girls Club, 2-4, Chorus, 2, Choir, 3-4. Transfer, Foster High School, Seattle, Wash., 2. JOYCE M. CARSTENS-Girls Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Sec., 4, Torch, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, I-3-4, Spanish Club, l- 3, Skagina, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2, Student Cn'cl, 4. CHARLES NORMAN CASS-Boys Club, l-4, Honor So- ciety, l-4, Torch, 4, Yell Leader, 3, Hi-Y, 3-4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Orchestra, l-3, Choir, 4, Student Council, 4, Swimming, 4, Co-Capt., 4. STANLEY EDWARD COFFMAN--Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-4, Chorus, l-2. NANCY FORMAN COLLINS-Girls Club, l-4, Council, l-3, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Song Leader, 3, Latin Club, l-2, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Flamingos, l, Pep Club, l-4, Pres., 4, Red Cross Council, l-4, Sec., 3, Skagina, 2, Soph. Ed., Thespians, l-4, Sec., 2, All School Play, l-2, Choir, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. M. MARSHALL COMBS--Boys Club, l-4, Honor So- ciety, l-4, Torch, 4, Boys State, 3, Student Council, l-3, Debate, 4, Latin Club, l-2, Hi-Y, 4, Thesplans, 3-4, All School Play, 3, Choir, 4, Wrestling, l, Football, 2, Tennis, l-4, Basketball Mgr., 2-4, Green M, 2. SARA ELIZABETH COMINGS-Girls Club, I-4, Yell Leader, 3, Latin Club, l-2, Pep Club, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Sec., 2, Rep. Nat'l. Con., 3, Inter Club Council 4, All School Play, 2-3, Bulldog, 4, Skagina, 4, Choir, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. CHARLES WARREN COX-Boys Club, 3-4, Football, 4. Transfer, Snohomish High School, Snohomish, Wash., 3. RONALD E. CURBOW-Boys Club, l-4, Honor Society l-4, Torch, 4, Student Council, l-2, Skagina, 4, Band, l, Football, l-3, Wrestling, l-3, Track, l-4, Green M, 2. FORREST M. DAWSON-Boys Club, l-4, Wrestling l-2, Boxing, 3. ARLENE FAY DEBAY-Girls Club, l-4, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, Horizon, l, Mask and Dagger, 2, Pep Club, l, Choir, 4, G.A.A., I. GEORGE BRADLEY DEWEY-Boys Club, l-4, Sec., 4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Latin Club, l-2, Hi-Y, I-4, Sec., 4, Basketball, l-4, Golf, l-4, Gentleman Athlete 3, Green M, 2, Nom. to Military Academy. ROGER E. DIXON-Boys Club l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Wrestling, l, Tennis, l-2. JAMES A. DUFFY-Boys Club, l-4, Spanish Club, 2-3, Hi-Y, 2-4, Track, l-4, Baseball, 2-4, Gentleman lete, 3, Basketball, l-4, Football, l-4, Green M, Vice Pres., 2. 1 1 Ath- 1-2, V W, -2 e X. 'S K S vw ,f..., K' .fit .f I 1, Dunsmore Eisses D. Erickson elt Fifield Fish Friesen Garberg Gardner JOYCE ANN DUNSMORE-Girls Club, I-4, Latin Club, I-2, Pres., 2, Tri-Hi-Y, I-4, Flomingos, 2, Pep Club, 4, Choir, 4, G.A.A., I-4, Vice-Pres., 3, Green M, 2. JAMES EISSES-Boys Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-4, Vice Pres., 4, Torch, 4, A.S.B. Treas., 4, Asst. 3, Boys State, 3, Spanish Club, I-2, Hi-Y, 3, Chaplain, 3, Foot- ball, 2-4, Honorary Capt., 4, Gentleman Athlete, 4, All- Northwest, 4, Track, 2-4, Wrestling, 2-4, Gentleman Athlete, 3, Green M, 2, Salutatorian, 4. DON WILLIAM ERICKSON-Boys Club, I-4, Track, 2. RICHARD E, ERICKSON-Boys Club, I-4, Football, I, Wrestling, 2-4, Track, I, Golf, 3, Green M, I-2. JAMES H. FAGAN-Boys Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-4, Torch, 4, Latin Club, I-2, Hi-Y, 4, Thespians, 3-4, All School Play, 3, Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Bulldog, 3-4, Skagina, 4, Tennis, I. JOYCE JEAN FELT-Girls Club, I-4, Library Club, 2-4, Latin Club, I, Pep Club, 2, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. CHARLOTTE ANN FIFIELD-Girls Club, I-4, Latin Club, I-2, Choir, 3-4. BETTY MARIE FISH-Girls Club, 2-4, Latin Club, 2, Library Club, 2-3, Chorus, 2, Choir, 3-4. Transfer, Wov- erly High School, Waverly, South Dakota, 2. FS I K fl -1- Q2 J 3 if 5. 1 I Q' K A it jj I I f f I if 1 . I 4 331- '!""'b 555-. I . f I n ' I I I ff I is Y xx .W R, Erickson Fagan Fowler Frazier Geisendorf Good BEVERLEE ANN FOWLER--Girls Club, I-4, Honor So- ciety, l-4, Torch, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, I-4, FIamingo's, I, Latin Club, I-2, Horizon, I-2, Thespians, 4, All School Play, 2-4, Bulldog, 3, Skagino, 4, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. ZANE L. FRAZIER--Boys Club, I-4, Treas., 3, Vice Pres., 4, Honor Society, I-4, Torch, 4, Class Pres., 3, Boys State, 3, Latin Club, I-2, Hi-Y, 3-4, Thespians, 3-4, All School Play, 3-4. CAROLYN ALICE FRIESEN-Girls Club, I-4, Pep Club, 2-3, Latin Club, I-2, Ushers Club, I-2, G.A.A., I-3. RANDALL PETER GARBERG-Boys Club, I-4, Pres., 4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Vice Pres., 4, Hi-Y, 4, Football, I-2, Basketball, I-2, Track, I-4, Green M, 2. MARY JO GARDNER-Girls Club, I-4, Sec., 2, Honor Society, I-4, Treas., 2, Torch, 4, A.S.B., Sec, 4, Song Leader, 3, Homecoming Princess, 3, Queen, 4, Library Club 3, Pres. 3, Tri-Hi-Y, I-4, Vice Pres., 2, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. NONA KATHERINE GEISENDORF-Girls Club, I-2, 4, Chorus, I-2, Choir, 4, G.A.A., I. Spokane High School, Spokane, Wash., 3. TOM W. GOOD-Boys Club, 3-4, Basketball, 3-4, Track, 3-4. Transfer, Fresno High School, Fresno, Calif., 3. .549 2. I IN-is ' X X I ff fr r X iw. X f . gf! ia It J ft? QRS ti 'S Gordon Grace Dave Grace, Don J. Grant K. Grant Grocnen Gubrud G. Hamburg R. Hamburg Hasse Hastings Helde Hudson Huls J. Johnson HUNTLEY S. GORDON-Boys Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-2, Latin Club, l-2, Hi-Y, 2-4, Basketball, l-3, Base- ball l , , Tennis, 2, Golf, 3-4. DAVE M. GRACE-Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-4, Wrest- ling, 2-3, Tennis, l, Football, l-4, Green M, 2. DON R. GRACEaBoys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-4, Wrest- ling, l-2, Basketball, 3-4, Football Mgr,, l, Track, l-4, Green M, l-2. JANICE MAY GRANT+Girls Club, l-4, Council, 4, Horizon, 2, Sec., 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Latin Club, l-2, Choir, 3-4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. Port Angeles High School Port Angeles, Wash., 3. KAREN ARLENE GRANT-Girls Club, l-4, Chorus, l-2, Choir, 3-4, G.A.A. l-2. Port Angeles High School, Port Angeles, Wash., 3. GARY A. GROENEN-Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-2, Thes- pions, 3-4, All School Play, 3, Football, l-4, Inspira- tional Player, 4, Basketball, l, Baseball, l-4, Green M, 2. KAY M. GUBRUD-Girls Club, l-4, Latin Club, l-2, Horizon, l-2, Vice Pres. 2, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Pres., 2, Skagina, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. GERALD EINER HAMBURG-Boys Club, I-4, Student Council, l-4, Latin Club, l-2, Skagina Adv. Mgr., 4, Football, l-4, Boxing, l-2, Track, 2, Green M, 2. RUSSELL NORMAN HAMBURG-Boys Club, l-4, Hi-Y, 4, F.F.A., l-2, Spanish Club, 3-4, Treas., 4, Football Mgr., 2, Basketball, l-2, Golf, 2-4. FREDRICK WILLIAM HASSEEBoys Club, l-4, Band, 2-4, Wrestling l-4, Football l, Track l-2, Green M l-2. LORA BEVERLY HASTlNGSfGirls Club, l-4, Latin Club, l-2, Horizon, l-3, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Library Club, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. JUDITH JANE HELDE-Girls Club, l-4, Tri-Hi-Y, l-3, Sec., lg Choir, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. JO ANN DIX HUDSON-Girls Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Spanish Club, 2-3, Horizon, l-2, Tri- Hi-Y, 3-4, Thcspians, 4, All School Play, 4, Skagina, 4, Choir, l, G.A.A. l-4, Green M, 2. JACK HULS-Boys Club, l-4, Student Council, 3, Hi-Y, 3-4, Bulldog, 2, Choir, 3-4, Track, l-2, Boxing, l, Green M, l-2. JOYCE MARILYN JOHNSON-Girls Club, l-4, Tri-Hi- Y, 2-3, Chorus, l, Choir, 4, G.A A. l-4. Q F' ,,. i . 2 -.: I 1 -.E-5 sg., A x 'S- X .S t 2 T W Vi' si - I t.. , f V r if . X -f 5 FQ I ' E at . x Y SC X Johnson, Ramon Johnson, Ron Jones Kehr Kelmig King Kingrno Km,-igneg Kuhblanlg Larson Laurancc Ledum Lee Leigh Logsdon RAMON O. JOHNSON--Boys Club, I-4, F.F.A., 2, 4, Football, I-2, Wrestling, 2, Tennis, I-2, Green M, 2. RONNIE ERWIN JOHNSON-Boys Club, I-4, Track, I, Basketball Mgr., I. JAMES WALLACE JONES-Boys Club, 2-4, Choir, 3-4, Band, 2-4, Football, 2, Track, 4. Transfer, Waverly High School, Waverly, Iowa, 2. FRANK A. KEHR-Boys Club, I-4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Service Club, 2, Swimming, I, 3, Tennis, 2-3. CHARLES J. KELMIS-Boys Club, I-4, Wrestling, I-4, Track, I-2, Green M, I-2. FRANCES IRENE KING-Girls Club, I-4. EILEEN B. KINGMA-Girls Club, I-4, Choir, I. MARY RENEE KRANGNES-Girls Club, 3-4, Latin Club, 3-4, Mask and Dagger, 4, Chorus, I, Choir 3. KAREN LEE KUHBLANK-Girls Club, I-4, Honor So- ciety, I-4, Torch, 4, Latin Club, I-2, Horizon, I-2, Tri- Hi-Y, 3-4, Chaplain, 4, Inter Club COunci!, 4, All School Play, 3, Skagina, 3-4, Sr. Ed., 4, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. JON EDWARD LARSON-Boys Club, I-4, I-lonor So- ciety, 2-4, Hi-Y, 3-4, Treas., 3, Football, I, Baseball, I-2, Golf, 3, Boxing, l-3, Gentleman Athlete, 3, Green M, 2. PATRICIA ALICE LAURANCE-Girls Club, 2-4, Treas., 4, Council, 4, Honor Society, 2-4, Torch, 4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Hoizon, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 3-4, Band, 2-3, G.A.A., 2-4. Transfer, Coulee Dam High School, Coulee Darn, Wash., 2. CLARE H. LEDUM, JR.-Boys Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-4, Torch, 4, Boys State, 3, Student Council, 3, Latin Club, I-2, Service Club, 2-3, Pres., 3. NILA MARIE LEE-Girls Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-4, Torch, 4, Latin Club, 3-4, Mask and Dagger, 4, Band, l-2. MERTON B. LEIGH-Boys Club, I-4, Honor Society, 2, PPA., 1-4, Bulldog, 4. JACQUELYN LEE LOGSDON-Girls Club, I-4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y, 3-4, Bulldog, 4, Choir, 4, G.A.A., I-3. 'F' A 'A -'Q: 5 Ihq ' 2319? x if 1 B l .sts 5 - E l X 1. .. sg Lohman Lothian Manley Mercer Moores Morgan ANNE MARIE LOHMAN-Girls Club, l-4, Spanish Club, 2-3, Flamingo's, l-2, Pep Club, l, Horizon, l-2, Sec., 2, Library Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Thespians, l-4, Pres., 4, All School Play, l-4, Skagina, 4, Band, l-2, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. DOROTHY LOTHIAN-Girls Club, l-4, Vice Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Council 4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Student Council, l-2, Girls State, 3, D.A.R. Award, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Pres., l, Horizon l, Pep Club, l, Latin Club, l-2, Quill and Scroll, 4, Skagina, l, 4, Frosh Ed., l, Make-Up Ed., 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. SHEILA GAIL MC DONALD--Girls Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Song Leader, 3 Latin Club, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 2-4, Pep Club, 4, All School Play, 3, Choir, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. Transfer, Lake Wash., Jr. High School, Seattle, Wash., l. DARLENE ELLEN MC KINNEY-Girls Club, I-4, Coun- cil, 4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, F.H.A., l, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Latin Club, 2-3, Debate, 3, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. Transfer, Enumclaw High School, Enumclaw, Wash., l. EILEEN MAE MC MURDY-Girls Club, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 4. Transfer, Olympia High School, Olympia, Wash., 4. LEONA M. MANLEY-Girls Club, l-4, Spanish Club, 2, Horizon, 2, Pep Club, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Bulldog, 3, Chorus, l-2, Choir, 3-4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. Ulf!! 'Q' 6' E-S f McDonald McKinney McMurdy Moberg Moldstod Moore J. Morse S. Morse Murrav ROGER BOYDE MERCER-Boys Club, l-4, Honor So- ciety, l-4, Pres., 4, Torch, 4, Hi-Y, 3-4, Pres., 4, Inter Club Council, 4, Debate, 2, Spanish Club, 2-4, Pres., 3, Thespians, 3-4, Treas., 4, All School Play, 3-4, Orches- tra, l, Band, l-4, Delegate to Ore., 4. JACK A. MOBERG-Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-2, Box- ing, l-4, Football, l, Baseball, l, Tennis, 3-4. WILLIAM K. MOLSTAD-Boys Club l-4, Honor Society l-4, Torch 4, Student Council l-4, Class Pres. l, Latin Club l-2, Hi-Y 3-4, V. Pres. 3-4, Inter-club Council 4, Pres. 4, Red Cross Council l-4, Chairman 3-4, Football l, Basketball l-4, Tennis l-4, Green M, l-2. KENNETH ALLEN MOORE, JR.-Withdrawn. LEE S. MOORES-Boys Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch 4, Latin Club l-2, Service Club 2-3, Orchestra l-4 ELDEEN E. MORGAN-Girls Club, l-4, Tri-Hi-Y, I, 3-4, F.H.A., 4, Vice Pres., 4, Library Club, 4, Mask Si Dagger 4, Chorus 2, Choir 4, G.A.A. l-4, Green M, 2. JUDY JEAN MORSE-Girls Club, 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y, 4, Pep Club, 4, Mask and Dagger, 4, Bulldog, 3-4, Choir, 3-4, G.A.A. 3-4, Transfer, Sedro-Woolley High School, 3. SHARON LEE MORSE-Girls Club, 4, Choir, 4, Transfer, Sedro-Woolley High School, Sedro-Woolley, Wash., 4. ROBERT W. MURRAY--Boys Club l-4, Spanish Club 2-3, Baseball, 2-4, Football, l-3, Basketball, I-2, Green M, 2. 'V' 1 ir U' R' X s S T ' A Ffl"ilT'i3lW'?'lEfZW5iWY3'fv'T?W"3 "H" 'TCW' R19 .. 6,441-CL ,J . -sf- ' .--: . ti l l l l l ul? Qu W X if i Q QI I A li -pt' . - Q zl. . , . :,. X Neal Neff Olson O'Neill Pedersen Peterson DONALD R, NEAL-Boys Club, l-4, Football, l, Wrest- ling, l-4, Track, I-2, RUPERT T. NEFF--Boys Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Treas, 4, Torch 4, Class Vice-Pres., l, Hi-Y, 2-4, Bull- dog, 3, Basketball, l, Tennis, l-4, Green M, 2. GERALD EMARY NESS--Boys Club, l-4, Boxing, l-2, Football, l, Basketball Mgr., 3, Green M, l-2. DARRELL JACK NICHOL-Boys Club, l-4, Track, l, Wrestling, 3-4. MICHAEL DENNIS O'BRlEN---Boys Club, 3-4. Transfer Kent-Meridian High School, Kent., Wash., 3. ROBERT J, OLSON---Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-4. CARMEN DIANE O'NElLL-Girls Club, l-4, Latin Club l-2, Tri-Hi-Y, l44, Pep Club, 4, Vice-Pres., 4, Flamingos l, Choir, 4, G.A,A., l-4, Green M, 2. HELENE DEANNA PARKER-Girls Club, l-4, Horizon l, Pep Club, l, F.H.A., l, Library, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4 Chaplain, 2, Pres., 4, Thesoians, 3-4, All School Play, l-3, Chorus, l-2, Choir, 3, G.A.A,, l-4, Green M, 2 1 l l l vu E? 1 l I 5 '23 l Q 2 l l - l Ness Nichol O'Brien Porlwf J, Pearson S. Pearson Pleas Popoe Potts MADELEINE J, PEARSON--Girls Club, l-4, Yell Leader, 3, Latin Club, l-2, Horizon, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, l-3, Flamingos 2, Skagina, 4, Choir, 4, G,A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. 1 SHIRLEY KATHRINE PEARSON--Girls Club, l-4, Li- brary, 4, Horizon, l, Tri-Hi-Y, 2-4, Treas., 4, Chorus l-2, Choir, 4, G.A,A., l-4, Green M, 2. 1 FRANCES ELIZABETH PEDERSEN---Girls Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Student Council, l, Latin 243, Tri-Hi-Y, l-3, Chaplain, l-2, All School Play, l-4, Band, l-2, Choir, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2, Thesp., 4. MARK L. PETERSON-Boys Club, l-4, Honor Society, 2, Class Vice-Pres., l, Class Pres., 4, Student Council, 4, Football, l, 3, Wrestling, l, Track, l, Green M, l-2. RUPERT PLEAS-Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., 3-4, Track, l, Boxing, 2. Transfer, Orcas Island High School, Orcas lsland, Wash., l. JANET FRANCES POPPE-Girls Club, l-4, Class Sec., 4, Latin Club, l-2, Sec., 2, Library, 3-4, Flarningos, l, Hor- izon, l-2, TrilHi-Y, l-4, Vice-Pres., 4, lnter Club Coun- cil, 4, Sec.,' 4, G.A.A,, l-4, Pres., 4, Green M, 2, BARBARA JEAN POTTS-Girls Club, l-4. Transfer, Longview High School, Longview, Wash., 4. f, ,,, i ,N A4-K 1 1' . Il J ' , , . 4 l 'J' 3 1 . rt X 1 4 Randles Road Sharp Shinn Sallie South Sprague Sterbo Stimka Sturdy' Sullivan Sundal Sundquist Suthers Swett TERRY EMMETT RANDLES--Boys Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Jr. Prom King, 3, Hi-Y, 2-4, Basketball, l-4, Tennis, l-4, County Champ , 22-4, Dist. Champ., 2-4, Green M, 2. KENNETH OWEN ROOD--Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., 3-4, Boxing, l-2, Track, l-2, Green M, l-2. CAROLYN ELIZABETH SHARP-Girls Club, l-4, Class Sec., 4, Jr. Prom Queen, 3, Latin Club, l-2, Horizon, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Library Club, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Bulldog, 3-4, Ed., 4, All School Play, 2, 4, Thespians, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. LELAND KIRK SHINN--Boys Club, 2-4, Swimming, 4. Transfer, Bend High School, Bend, Ore., 2. GERALD L. SOLLIE-Boys Club, 3-4, Honor Society, 3-4, Torch, 4, Latin Club, 3-4, Basketball, 3-4, Football, 4, Track, 3. Transfer, Eureka High School, Eureka, Calif., 3. CHARLOTTE ANN SOUTH-Girls Club, 2-4, Latin Club, 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2-4, Skagina, 4, Library Club, 4, G.A.A., 2-4. Transfer, Highline High School, Seattle, VVash,, 2. ROGER A. SPRAGUE-Boys Club, 3-4, Yell Leader, 4, Hi-Y, 3-4, Chaplain, 4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Pres., 4, Choir, 4, Track, 3-4, Swimming, 4. Transfer, Kelso High School, Kelso, Wash., 3. BEVERLY BERNICE STERBA---Girls Club, l-4, Class Sec., l, Student Council, 2, Latin Club, l-2, Horizon, l, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, Flamingos, l-2, Sec. 2, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. LES STIMKA-Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A. l-4, Foatball,l, Track, l, Wrestling, l-4, County Champ., 3-4, State Champ., 3, Green M, l-2. DUANE N. STURDY--Boys Club, l-4, Choir, 3, Wrest- ling, l. ARLENE MARIE SULLIVAN-Girls Club, l-4, Horizon, l-2, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, Pep Club, l, Latin Club, l-2, Choir, 4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. MARGERY ELLEN SUNDAL-Girls Club, l-4, Honor Society, 3-4, Tri-l-li-Y, 3-4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Skagina, 3, Jr. Ed., 3, Choir, 4, Orchestra, l-4, Torch, 4. Trans- fer Sedro-Woolley High School, Sedro Woolley, Wash., l. NANCY MARIE SUNDQUIST-Girls Club, l-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch, 4, Spanish Club, l, 3, Pep Club, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, l-4, G.A.A., l-4, Green M, 2. DUANE E. SUTHERS-Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-3, Base- ball, 3-4. RUSSELL J. SWETT-Boys Club, l-4, F.F.A., l-4, Foot- ball, l-4, Boxing, 3, Wrestling, l, Track, l-3. ,-5 .WX 'vin : I' . tv 'aw 'W' Y?" Taft Tarry Torgeson Van Pelt Wade VVaIton Watson VVebb Weckerr DONNA CORRINE TAFT-Girls Club, I-4, Spanish Club, 3-4, Band, I-4. RONALD C. TARRY-Boys Club, I-4, Thespions, 2-4, All School Play, 2-4, Bulldog, 4, Band, 3, Choir, 4, Bas- ketball, I, Football, 2, Track, I-4, Green M, I-2, JOAN ELIZABETH TORGESON-Girls Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-4, Torch, 4, Student Council, 3, Latin Club, I-2, Choir, 3, Valedictorian, 4. PAULA JEAN TRANUM-Girls Club, I-4, Band, I-4, Choir, 3-4. LOUIS GERALD VALENTINE-Boys Club, I-4, Library Club, 3-4, All School Play, 2, Basketball, I. ROBERT VAN PELT-Boys Club, I-4, F.F,A., I-4. ETHEL M. WADE-Girls Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-3, Spanish Club, I, 3, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. FRANCES ISABELLA WALTON-Girls Club, 2-4, Li- brary Club, 3, Chorus, 2, Choir, 3-4, G.A.A., 2. Trans- fer, Anacortes High School, Anacortes, Wash., 2. ROLAND O. WAGAR-Boys Club, 2-4, Honor Society, 2-4, Torch, 4, Student Council, 3, Class Vice Pres., 3, Hi-Y, 3-4, Choir, 3-4, Swimming, 2-4, Track, 2-4. Transfer, Bellingham High School, Bellingham, Wash., 2. l. is " A . Tranum Valentine Wagar Watkins Wendlarid D. White PATRICIA JEAN WATKINS-Girls Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-4, Torch, 4, Girls State, 3, Student Council, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, I-4, Horizon, I-2, Pep Club, I, Flamingos, I, Latin Club, I-2, Mask and Dagger, 3-4, Thespians, 2-4, V.-Pres., 4, All School Play, 2-3, Bulldog 3-4, Ska- gina, 4, Editor, 4, Quill and Scroll, 3-4, Pres., 4, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. EDWARD JOSEPH WATSON, JR.-Boys Club, I-4, Honor Society, I-4, Torch, 4, Class Treas., I, Boys State, 4, Hi-Y, 2-4, Treas., 4, Latin Club, I-2, Skagina, 4, Bus. Mgr., 4, Football, I-4, All-Northwest, 4, Bas- ketball, I-4, Baseball, I-4, Green M, I-2. KAREN MAY WEBB-Girls Club, 2-4, Council, 3, Latin Club, 3, Pep Club, 4, All School Play, 3, Band Major- ette, 2, Choir, 4, G.A.A., 2-4, Green M, 2. Transfer, Moxee High School, Moxee, Wash., 2. JANICE SUE WECKERT-Girls Club, I-4, Tri-Hi-Y, I-4, Sec., 2, Latin Club, I-2, Horizon, I-3, Skagina, 4, G.A.A., I-4, Green M, 2. DENTON N. WENDLAND-Boys Club, I-4, F.F.A., I-4. DONALD W, WHITE-Boys Club, I-4, A.S.B. Vice Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Student Council, I-4, Class Pres., 2, Boys State, 2, Red Cross Council, I-4, Hi-Y, 3-4, Thes- pians, 2-4, Treas., 3, All School Play, I-4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Bulldog, 3-4. T 6 Wilson Wylie W. White Wright Yoxley WILLA JEAN CARLYLE WHITE Girls Club, 2-45 Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Orchestra, 2-3, Choir, 2-4, G.A.A., 2. Transfer Aberdeen High School, Aberdeen, Wash., 2. ROY A. WILSON Boys Club, l-4, F. F. A., l-4, Football, l-2, Basket- ball, 2-4, Track, l-4, Green M, l-2. WILLIAM E. WRIGHT Boys Club, l-47 F.F.A.. 25 All School Play, lg Choir, 3-4, Track Mgr., 3. DALLAS RAY WYLIE Boys Club, l-4, Class V.-Pres., 4, F.F.A., l-2,Rifle Club, 2-3, Choir, 4, Boxing, l-2, Tennis, l-4, Green M, l-2. FLORENCE ROBERTA YAXLEY Girls Club, I-4, Honor Society, l-4, Torch 4, Class Sec., 2, Latin Club, 2-3, Choir, l-45 G.A.A., l-4, Sec.-Treos., 25 Girls Club Council, l. NOT PICTURED DONALD MALCOLM KELLER Boys Club, l-4, Football, lg Basketball, lp Swimming, I-4, Track lg Green M, l-2. GERALD THOMAS KOFFEL Boys Club, I-4, F.F.A., 1-4. FRED EDWARD WIDELL Boys Club, l-4, Tennis, 'l. TAYLOR KJOSEN Boys Club, l-4, Thespions, Ploy, 2-4, Bulldog, 4. 2-4, All School H e Le flfljaming Bebnd you n 'ww' Class officers seated from left to right are: Harvey Wolden, Nina Fry, Van Younquist, and Don Jewett. Y . K . K xv f zf k - 2 T, ,... - S -rg an .sl ini A K U g 5 N , sf-1 i as N Q 5- ,, 1 ' ' SNA X K an LX x 7' , Zi Abraham Alawine Alvarado H. Anderson L- Anderson ' h' ll Q ' qi' B x l a s r Berger Berry Best Bingham Bjorgen :sw W e 55134 'f B552 Y R A l., QQ. . - - I 4 lx wi ' -. 'J 1 x -- 4: . ' s H Q, .Q - W- vs N K x Barker Baxter Bel'1rr1S Boufd Brea la r B Being upperclassmen at last, the Junior class was really "Rolling Along." Soon after their "Return to Paradise" the class elections were held. Harvey Wolden became the "High and the Mighty." Van Youngquist was elected vice president, Nina Fry, secretary, and Don Jewett, treasurer. The "Secret Love" of the Junior boys was discovered when they went "Crazy, Man, Crazy" over athletics. Many were able to be on the Varsity teams and earn a letter. 1- F F my J. Duranceau Twenty-five members of the class had "Teach Me Tonight" as their by-word and were members of Honor Society. . W Q- . if "The Big Dream" of all is money and "Somebody Wonderful" S Q suggested to "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" after the games at the W "Y" several times. v Eff b The Junior class looked like rho "Pecldler Mao" collecting en N957 bottles for their drive. They netted over thirty dollars, but "Money Burns a Hole in Their Pockets" so it was spent on the "First Warm Day" in May for the "Junior Prom." .,i'fw'j,v Reverend Jack Barker told the student body to "Count Your 'T' Blessings" at the Thanksgiving assembly presented by the Junior i class, November 23. Frazier Buz Roberts and Gretchen Behrns worked "Side By Side" as A.S.B. officers bringing honor to the class. Charlene Abraham and Gretchen Behrns were among the so group leading us to "Sing a Little Song" at the games. lt seems Cl- they always had a "Song in Their Heart." ' The faculty advisors included Mr. Paul Reiman, Mr. Joseph Norlie, Miss Byrl Warrick, Mrs. Cornelia Hodson, Mr. Cordon Fry Fisher and Mr. Hilding Nelson. "Don't Fence Us ln" is our cry as we prepare to "Cross Over 5 the Bridge" into our last year of high school. ' Hansmann . C F ifi Q i Q A, is fo. , A .. K -. " .E X Ifgixc . ', Q 1' 'sfo S . Qi ., J .iw J if .F J t ' -' lx :l" F .M S Y F ,jf - . F A ester Clark Cleave Cook Copner Crouter Hantlemann s.:i A F tt K . it 3 K K-4 '..., in X Q in 3 Q. A I YZ ha, N 1 1- i- Xt T. . 1 K L . if . I. shank Dalseg Davies Dean DeLeeuw C. Duranceau Hart '4-'2. - k A Edlund Eels . AY Ellis Fleshman g- +A 4 ..":'2'll 'J 3 - Frey Friesen 1' , "' QEJ f Glauer Greer vf it , Q R. 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Wilson P. Wi " 1" -Q-9. 4' G2 on I it , wx ' Lee Leec 3 - i gn , . .,..... in . I s 5 Morrill Murra A 1.. O ,l 'P M .ff P X .3 "' Xwdg nkland Short Smiley Smith Starr Stroebel yi 1 M? q ,, V fy fri' X. , X A XE, fig E h igh r K-,-f"'k 4 X 5 O O ei F fiiflil? lk. .l ughn Vaux Vercoe Walb Wales Weckert k k XR 5 3. w .J-L K yi' .L ll '55 A ii' PTY 35 X ' 1 O ifleyv' X .M . X .K . x J - U J 'K ' . nhoffer Wolden Wollan Wright Youngsman Y0ungquisf Q--.gfr fr W, " . f f A Parry Partington la x li 4 -gl :Q 'Q 4,5 . iv V ' Petty Pickens .K N QL ' Q .lx . wk . - ,fi A 2' ' ls' S if ,S L 1,4 diff . 'A ' f l , K l' ,, E W JIL -af" -if l -:Q ' eigh Leitner Levy Lothian McGuffin McKee McKinney Reichert Rimmer - A 5 all Q l ' fl E , i , . K x A A l - ' A 5 l e ' 1. elson Nokelby Oldenburg C. Olson P. Olson Ozretich PBPPBS Roberts R0bir1SOr1 l 619 wdnf gb Live adaciffle H Pictured above are the class officers, left to right: Davild Schink, Barbara Logsdon, O. A. Gilbert, and Carolyn Deming. Being assembled together again in "This Ole HolJse" the class of "57" elected the following officers to work "Side by Side": president, David Schink, vice president, Bar- bara Logsdon, secretary, O. A. Gilbert, treasurer, Carolyn Deming. Fortunate was the class to have as their advisors: Mr. Dene Lawson, chairman, Mr. Joe Day, Miss Bertha Compton, Mr. John Owen, MissfMinnie Gerriets, Mr. Wilbur Wig- ner, Mr. Joe Murphy. l Since "Little Things Mean a Lot" to the class treasury, a dance was sponsored at the "Y", and the group had charge of the concessions at several games. Around February when school was getting "Monotonous", the Sophomore assembly was presented. . The Sophomore class had many "High and Mighty" honor students "Sitting on Top of the World." They were also well represented in many different school organizations. They were successful in all their athletic activities.'Many of the boys earned their junior varsity letters. l The Sophomore class is eagerly looking forward to "Return to Paradise" as upper classmen. a " 4 . 'far' -va v'-' x FIRST ROW: Bullock, D. Carlson, Benson, Alvarado, D. Boudreau, G. Carlson, Cram, D. Crapson Byrnes, Benson, Dalseg. SECOND ROW: Bromels, J. Boudreau, Deming, Dills, Dixon, Berry, Diermeyer, Car stens, Anderson, Davis. THIRD ROW: Buss, Cook, DeWitt, Britten, Brown, C. Crapson, Carpenter, Ander- son, Brannick, Cass. FIRST ROW: Gross, Edmundson, Emmons, Godwin, Golliglwer, Freemon. SECOND ROW: Frolwm, Ellis, Exchinger, Friesen, Gunerius, Gicllund. THIRD ROW: Gallacher, Erickson, Eden, Gilbert, Fulton, Everett. .-ali 'F M If ,J , I f'Q I :aid and ak ,af FIRST ROW: Jost, R. Johnson, Henry, S, Johnson, T. Johnson, A. Hanson, Hayton, Jones. SECOND ROW: Hamburg, Holmstrom, M. Hektner, Kittel, Kaess, Huizenga, Haynes, Kelley. THIRD ROW: Hawes, Hawkes, Hart, Hazen, L. Hanson, Holte, Hatley. FIRST ROW: F. Knutson, Marler, Limoges, Koetje, J. Lee, Murrow, Moores, K. Lee, Moore, Lohman, L. Knutson, O'Dell. SECOND ROW: S. Logsdon, C. Nelson, Mahn, McDonald, McCarthy, Mercer, B. Logsdon, Minahan, Millard, Lyon. THIRD ROW: Lee, McKinney, L. Koetje, Mcliinzie, Larson, McBee, Mays, Laux, Koch, Olson. mf- 5. ,I ff -as ' 'r' if 11. and 1 L cr 1 . s - ' f X f L. ff: 'iv I ,., . aw fx , Q , um .ffl as ...V vs 9 Q. .,- ,fxl ,K . r fri inf, FIRST ROW: Recp, SECOND Seaman, Spearin. Sdwink. FIRST ROW SECOND ROW: Shumwoy, West, 0 fa , -I 66 !7 l reen ears , mx' K . .Www Pictured above the class officers are, left to right: Alice'Larson, Jim Day, Susan Nelson, and Myrna Richardson. Looking forward to three more year of "School Days", the Freshman class got off to a good start by electing Jim Day, president, Susan Nelson, vice president, Myrna Richardson, secretary, and Alice Larson, treasurer. I l "Mr, Touchdown" must have been on the freshman football team with their sea- son's record of two wins, two losses, and one tie. 1 With the fine couselling given by Mrs. Beth Sizelove, chairman, Miss Ruth Lisle, Mrs. Miriam Nelson, Mr. Charles Easton, Mr. Bruce Parker, and Mr. Don Mahaffey, it was very easy for them to put on their class assembly April Fool's Day. Although the seniors may think the freshmen are "Too Young", they are looking forward to the coming years when they will be "A Little Bit lndependent." eel fo , I O 1 5' ' ' , 'ss-.Q it C i': F . an wx x S I I 'N D 'u Q- ,. ' il 'o-0' Q FIRST ROW: Chichester, Curry, Cope, Best, Cooper, Burress, Brandstrom, Alawine, Copner. SECOND ROW: Anderson, Clizbe, Bottles, A. Bergstrom, D. Clark, Borgen, Atkinson, Atkins, Bergstrom, L. Clark THIRD ROW: Bell, Callahan, Beaty, Bos, Cantwell, Alexander, Cooper, Custancc, Burke. FIRST ROW1 Eagle, Hill, Edgington, Deminq, S. Dean, Gillette, Dodson, Emmons. SECOND ROW: T. Dean, Guller, Hanseth, G. Hanson, Fairman, Equals, Garlinghouse, Fulton, Frazier, L, Hanson. THIRD ROW: E. Hanson, Johnson, Hablutzel, Galbreath, Guenther, Harmon, Garrett, Drugli, Day, Hagrnan. '71 J.- . , V. K v 8 FX ' Y' K Hg I y -aa- 'f Q A .36 ' . -gr gt QJ' "T 0' 'Y .. -s I of ., 2 FIRST ROW: A. Lee, Hyatt, J. Lee, E. Jennings, Leech, Jones, K. Jennings, Kehr, Hermanson, Kerr. SECOND ROW: Kassa, W. Lee, Hunter, Lothian, Lovelace, Lindbloom, Karr, E. Koetje, Lanphere THlRD ROW1 Helmcr, Klunder, Linner, Knutson, Holttum, Larson, Kuhblank, A. Lee, Hertz. FIRST ROW: Noglc, B. Olson, C. Olson. Marcus, Kjosen, Murphy, Jensen, J, McKee, Murrow, L. Nelson. SECOND ROW: B. McKee, Meryheu, P. Neal, Millcr, Marcoc, D. Olson, l. Neal, Marnach, Nelson THIRD ROW: McDonald, B. Olson, S. Nelson, F, Nelson, Morgan, J. Meyers, McCulloch, S. Myers, Mc Quary, Minor. Fr- -5- . '40 v. - -1 JG, .46 wg ,L . 6. A2 f,., if 4', JI .1 V ,fe-,pq .f as . 19 limp 0 f S- if Q L... 1. 3 , ' cw ,. I 7' xii . . N-N ,4-,.s,.i. -,I I Jun,-.-v '. ,gg ive I me :- -4' wi, il! FIRST ROW: Streitz, Slostcid, Rimmer, Dione Stewart, Solima, Sather, Shadle, Paquette, Prout. SEC- OND ROW: Scnachtel, Sparks, Shinn, Soler, Sheperd, Sewell, Richardson, Storrs. THIRD ROW: Sprouse, Sanger, Starr, Soine, D. Partington, Rud, Stave, Dan Stewart, Brown, FIRST ROW? John Tiemersma, Dean, Webster, Davidson, Hanson, D. Ward, Tranurn, Cook, Tripp. SECOND ROW: Palmer, Torset, Wylie, Wolden, Vanderpool, Wells, Lee, Williamson, Haynes. THIRD ROW: Hamburg, Webb, Jacob, Tiemersma, Alseth, Wade, Triplett, F. Ward, Yearsley. 1 . new Y I an 5, -.4 I l cc as orrly, orrcy, orrcy, is, wAaf fAe,y Jo. Fulfilling the educational needs of our youth is the primary concern of the Board of Directors and Administrators. ll'o prepare our boys and girls to equal the challenge of useful and responsible citizenship is our ideal. As we progress with our present enrollment we must also vision and plan to meet the needs of future growth. L This year's School Board composed of Chairman Mrs. Gladys Larson, Leroy Cleave, E. C. Comings, Earl Hanson, Lawrence Knight, James Leckenby, Ira Marshall, H. A. Moldstad, Roger Morisson, and Gene Olson, and administrators, Superintendent Wendell L. Phipps, Principal William E. Gurney, and Vice Principal Ray Gdwell have endeavored to strengthen the school program with the aid gf efficient and devoted teachers and personnel. Together we seek togprovide the best educa- tion for our young people and to help them grow toward the best ideals. l Conferring before o board meeting are, seated: Mr. Knight, Mr. Leckenby. Standing: Mr Phipps, Mr. Morrison, Mr. Gomings, Mr. Hanson, Mrs. Larson, Mr. Cleave, and Mr. Olson Not pictured are Mr. Marshall and Mr. Molstad. l l i l School administrators pondering a well-known educational truth are Mr. W. T. Phipps Superintendent, Mr. Ray Cowell, vice principal, and Mr. W. E. Gurney, principal. We administrators have the privilege of working with you on student problems and activities. lt is our earnest hope that the effort and genuine interest we have put forth has enriched your education and citizen- ship training, and that, as a result, you will be better able to meet new challenges. Thank you for your friendly cooperation. 66 7 77 M mver gd Away Faculty members were caught in a jovial mood as they -.E 4 , , relaxed over a cup of coffee. Above, left are: Mr. Dave Duvall, R " "P Mr. Paul Reiman, Mr. Joe Day, Mr. Jack Croghan, Mr. " N ' A H John Owen. Left are Mr. Don Mahaffey, Miss Dana Johnson, Mr. Dene Lawson, Mrs. Cornelia Hodson, Mr. Rex Cosler. Below from the left, first picture: Miss Byrl Warrick, Mr. Wilbur Wigner, Mr. Joseph Norlie, Miss Bertha Compton. Second picture: Miss Minnie Cerriets, Mr. Cordon Fisher, Mr. g Bruce Parker, Miss Ruth Lisle, Mr. J. Turner Pedersen. Third picture: Mrs. Marie Wick, Mr. Harry Kern, Mrs. Mariam ' Nelson, Mr, Malcolm Thomson, Mrs. Beth Sizelove. ft,- Above right are: Mr. George Mowrer, Mr. Joe Muphy, Mr. Alvin Haley, Mr. Hilding Nelson, Mr. Charles Easton. Right are, middle picture, Mrs. Bertha Parrish and Miss ft f'??QfTf f 'Q E Elin Anderson, secretaries to the principal and the super- .MWF intendent. fs Q , 5? fi. ' In the lower picture are Mrs. Royal Young and Mrs George Croxford ready to serve lunch in the cafeteria md'-451. .ZS ' 2- I e Y? l., I .K g ...iff i ' -.-W-jf fl 1 . was 2, ' T -J 'TfQ,4'f f. ff I l fl7Ze,y :fe IworLing W llSlDE BY SIDE" , "l'll entertain a motion," said Don White, A.S.B. president, "that the students aid Mr. Easton in spearheading the March of Dimes drive." "l so move," replied Van Youngquist, student council representative, and, with a second to the motion supplied by representative Nina Fry, the deed was done. 3 Each year the student council faces up to numerous situations con- fronting the student body, and whenever a problem is within the juris- diction of the council, it means Mr. Gurney, the principal, can sit back and relax. The situation is well in hand. i Composed of the A.S.B. officers, plus the losing A.S.B. presidential candidate from the preceding spring election, and one representative from each council class, the student council meets every two weeks to expound on the virtues or woes of each committee, such as Building and Grounds or Assemblies. The net result 'is one of progress and a smoothly functioning program. 3 With every student in a council class, and with every council class having a representative on the council, this organization solves school problems and builds leaders as it trains all students in truly democratic processes of self-government. t First semester student council members. Left to rightzl Jewett, Schink, Alexander, Sprouse Peterson, Hamburg, McDonald, Vogt, Molstad, Fry, Yqunquist, Nelson, Webster, Haynes Kuhblank, Berger, McMurdy. , I Mann-:Ni 'X fi x . G. X . X5 Y XE' K . n. , . , , . i . S L 'i . sg bw- . .7'f'ki"r QS- - . .S -X-n..-Mole . K k f l . -xv .Ns-..5....-K ' 4 - ' .- .E w Y was fx. ll? X - Q li i .N---gi' . . ss ' A. S. B. officers from left to right: Mary Jo Gardner, secretary: Lowell Roberts, vice- presidentg Gretchen Behrns, assistant treasurer: and Jim Eisses, treasurer. Q. s if . X, , Q s f if . F33 If l l fr x 5 i .fl 1 J i 1 I Q l A. S. B. President Don White ad dressing the student body. -..c. Cast members laughing-it-up are, standing: Don White, Phil Wig- gen, Edwin McBee, ,Joeann Berger, JoAnn Hudson, Pat Watkins, Seated: Mary Lynne Affleck. "Men Are Like Streetcars" Maudie - - Mary Lynne Affleck Jerry - - - - - Phil Wiggen Mrs. Mason - - Sharon Hanson Mr. Mason - - Tom Robinson Sylvia - - - - Jo Ann Hudson Lysbeth - - Carolyn Sharp Julie - - - - Ragna Drugli Alex - - - - Beverlee Fowler Director ---- Student Directors - - Relaxing between scenes are, standing: Beverlee Fowler, Carolyn Sharp, Mary Lynne Affleck, Jo- Ann Hudson, Frances Pederson. Seated: Ragna Drugli, Willis Harshman, Lyle Bordner, Sharon Hanson. Davy - - - Don White Ted - - Edwin McBee Chi - - - - Lyle Bordner Mrs. Allen - - Louise Crookshank Mrs. White - - - Frances Pedersen Mrs. Day - - LaVerne Schroeder Joy ------ Joeann Berger Margaret - - - AnneMarie Lohman - - - - Mr. Rex Coslor Willis Harshman, Pat Watkins Rehearsing a scene are Mary Lynne Affleck Sharon Hanson and Don White. Yin. . 5 "" Q 4 56 Star mlflsf H 1' 8- DO 9Q6r Off- ncers enjoying th e Sunshi ne are-J Ocque M Cys An 1 n Hams 1 Gnd Nh . O Fry- It Wa Martkn, Turner Fagan, e- srandkng, Hanson, Par , Xexander, Fra-ner, Lohman, Hudson, Sharp, Mercer Morrnk rkghk ar . EeXs, A Powder, Berger, Thespxan 'Troupe No. 207 horn Keir to Barker, NxcBee, Wkggen, Friesen, Whkxe, tkkns, Nosen, Groenen, Combs. Kneehng: . Skmng-. Drugh, Sanford, Schacht, Gowns, ker Hams, Tarry, iovebesf gjwgAt of QW fl 32 dw 66 79 vdvciffle ,jgif Lgnolelsenclenf l Q l l 5 1 . l Ra ndall Ga rbe rg, President Fred's Fountain Lunch. Fred and LaVerne Grant, owners. Boy's Club Advisor, Mr. Harry Kern, and of- ficers Frazier, Dewey and Jewett. Dorothy Lothian, President S... Girls Club Cobinet seated clockwise: McKinney, Grant, Morrill, Vogt, Laurance, Randles, Lee, Davidson, and Mrs. Marie Wick, Advisor. Stand- ing, M. Cook. Red Cross Council: White, Behrns, Collins, Berger, Moldstad, Kuhblank, Richardson, Oldenberg, Randles. Girl's State delegates Watkins and Lothian. Bov's State delegates Watson and Combs 'lu-...Q N0 gi i Q. rm Q ya- S5 ,... M SX ,M . we Cen? AVOMWJ W' 0 Q i7l,e H acy is gKnigAfs n SEASON'S RECORD Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon ,ik 'Yin 'FY' 7 27 14 l9 I4 33 33 l9 O Mt. Baker Bothel Burlington Anacortes Edmonds Marysville Sed ro-Woolley Arlington Snohomish X W an IBC! Qing.. FIRST ROW: Koch, Anderson, Watson, Duffy, Hamburg, Eisses, Grace, Groenen, Shinn. SEC- OND ROW: Valentine, Hart, Stroebel, Parting- ton, Lilliquist, Frey, Petty, Bromels, Tucker ww: 485 -Qi 'Z 'Hu-.qui THIRD ROW: Hayton, Minahan, Kelley, Haynes, Suthers, McKenzie, Gunerius, Wolden, McGuf- fin, Freeman. FOURTH ROW: Chichester, Cox, Sollie, Clark, Bout, Baxter, Malcolm, Ozreficlw, Sund. u - - 's.x, QB 'G' esp... .xxx ,pun-5. 1' l Head Coach ' Q JOE DAY 1 g M 4. X xx tis. 24 ':.,, 5f' 7 . - 3 r, 2. gm. L ' Assistant Coach JOE MURPHY Assistant Coach JOHN OWEN silk ikige a?"',77 E 5 Zffifwq Frosh squad is pictured above. Standing, FIRST ROW: Curry, Shinn, Alawine, Slostad, Williamson, McDonald, Sparks, Clark. SECOND ROW: Holttum, Galbreath, McKee, Partington, Chichester, Storrs, Nogle. THIRD ROW: Garrett, Johnson, Stewart, Day, Alseth, Alexander, Linner. Managers kneeling are: Her- manson, McQuarry, Kerr, Tripp. Inset: Freshman coach Paul Reimanl l Y A ,ww 5 v"' -5 N..,.- nw Xa. x Ng, 'sk K. A l l 66 !7 fwgisfle mile you fworg Robert Dearg kneel1nQ Bob Sun Club Olllcjflxzfllggh "eafXl2Zu'S' Wisgu secrelarll lsllcndlng O29 Dresldefll Rus senhne e Clecve V' V 'Silk F. F. A. Poultry winners from left to rigllal' are: Bob Sund, Robert Dean, Denton Wendlond, Jerry Anderson, Dave Grace, Bob Van Pelt, Jerry Stuber. Below, Ramon Johnson, Jack Malcolm, Mr. Mowrer, and Russell Swett at work in the farm shop. VW fr J7 a Pb fi ll' :QQ 9 -'17 lb if -it x rl li ,f X I J, -eye! KJ --.1524 Que Pictured at right F.H.A. members Knutson, Torset, Brannick, Wognild Fox, Wagar, Morgan, Malwri, Galla- cher, Robinson. Library Club below Moberg, Morgan, Sharp, Pearson O'Dell, South, Hastings, Poppe, King Valentine, Grant, Martin, Erickson Dunsmore. 1 E l 1 l Y 6' S9 KO . wig wg' x00 Ogg e'l ' S 90: NN Ov' vcef I at we X6 eo 5 S owed i 1 I l 4 Club members Moldstad, Wylie, Randles, Good, Jim Malcolm, Frazier, Alexander sorting bottles from bottle drive. Cass, Gordon. ofbue X U awww OOC OOP 511-223 79 X ,.x,g , . W t f 4 ,iairm gpg -ffwxfwj, S ww . Nw - W F gig-QQSV , Sigmk ,sw . Q 1 if 1 .. ' 5 f f -. Q : '. . ,Q ' ' 1 5 - , . X- v BB nk gk 4 I . , -' k L m I ' 1 Q L x m ai l iw t QQ if K , , , Q 1 X L' X if 1 , I Q .. L xr 5 xy A ,. 1 1 X .P """ 5 L X ,vi vzyf - 137 ' A 9 EQ we , K' fizzfq f 1 . X229 -f W ' , . DUFFY SOLLI E MOLDSTAD 31,43 DEWEY LEITNER MCCUFFIN , fx 4 -L , A 3 I ' V , l : 9. , . A A ,ljf I ,Q Q. - ' ' . ' 1 4 - , A O SUND ' 5 'f s NW, X. , A g"'Nid"'x .l D' W 'Yv.x,,..W,..v 1 V X , ' 4l""l 1 My 1 . I O U ..'. .' 3 gn ', COACH HARRY KERN I 7 0 , OLSON 97? Q X, ,, fs o R 7 A 4 4 g CLARK RANDLES GOOD OLDENBURC l 1 SEASON RECORD 1 Mt. Vernon Opbonenf Edmonds - - 43 '38 Marysville - - 46 42 Arlington - - 46 '50 Snohomish - - 46 '43 Anacortes - - 49 '45 Lake Stevens - 65 132 Seattle Prep. - - 50 58 Sedro Woolley - - 57 41 Everett - - - - 46 '50 Burlington - - 45 144 Edmonds - - 36 41 Marysville - - 61 57 Arlington - - 31 ,30 Snohomish - - 55 '53 Anacortes - - 41 161 Lake Stevens - - 67 45 Sedro Woolley - - 60 '45 Everett -------- 52 '46 Burlington ----- - 62 164 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 1 Mount Vernon - - 44 Lynden - - ,48 Mount Vernon - - 48 Nooksack Valley 68 This page sponsored by ROBERT'S HANDlCRAFT CENTER FIRST ROW: Minahan, Kelley, Hansen, Schink, Malcolm, Reep, Gunerius, Hildebrand, Sande. SECOND ROW: Gene Chandler, Gerry Chandler, Sund, Olson, Bromels, Koetje, Minor lmanager.l FIRST ROW: Hermanson, Walden, Gufler, Williams, Clark, McDonald, Sprouse. SECOND ROW: Minor lmanagerl, Alexander, Callahan, Bos, Day, Kuhblonk, Rood. FIRST ROW: Buss, T. Johnson, Senger, Eden, King, ustance, Lovelace, Kaasa, Gilbert, Jack Malcolm. SECOND ROW: Coach Croghan, Bos, Kelllr, Brown, McKee, Belcoe, Cleave, Ellis, Cass, Boudreau, Sprague, Alseth. Coach JACK CROCIHAN I I I I BLllingham - - I Attlerdeen - S dium - Exlferett - - - BIemerton- - - University of Wash. VSIash. St. Frosh - I orthern Division S adium 56 E erett 39 B llingham 32 Mount Vernon 32 Hiighline 8 I I I I I I I I I I I I SEASON RECORD Frosh We They 30 39 44 - 46 25 36 27 5l I9 22 29 STATE MEET Lincoln 65 Stadium 48 Olympia 27 Aberdeen I9 Vancouver I7 Mount Vernon Everett l4 Longview ll Bellingham 9 Highline 8 FIRST ROW: Gross, Stimka, Best, Chichester, Kelmis, Duranceau, Curry. SECOND ROW: Ander son, Neal, Nichol, Ozretich, Eisses, Bout, Hasse, Dean, Manager Kehr. SEASON RECORD At Sedro Woolley - - At Anacortes - - At Everett - - Burlington 1 - Sedro Woolley- - - Anacortes ---- At Lake Washington - - At Burlington - - - Everett ---- - District Champion County League Co-Champ 4th Place at State We I7 48 28 39 20 44 24 39 34 They 38 3 I6 I8 17 6 16 18 8 Coach PAUL REIMAN l l ,Q FIRST ROW: Miss Compton, Morse, Jennings Crookshonk, Walton, P. Olson, O'Neil, Mc Donald, Collins, Dunsmore, Shonklond, Affleck Thrasher, Behrns, Vercoe, Yoxley, Pedersen GN-Q V'-fl. Sullivan, Blattrnan. SECOND ROW: J. Johnson, D. Johnson, Glouer, M. Breathour, C. Olson, Helde, Partington, Schorno, Pickens, Webb, Wil- son, Manley, Carlson, Fish, Logsdon, Tranum, BAND MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Reipma, Reep, Koch, Eden, Murphy, Hanson, Holttum, Holte. SECOND ROW: Buss, Lindbloom, S. Bergstrom, A. Bergstrom, S. Taft, Marcoe, Atkins, D. Tranum, Diermeyer. THIRD ROW: Seaman, Holeman, Vogt, Carstens, McDon- old, Lanphere, T. Kjosen, J. Mercer, Jones. FOURTH ROW: R. Mercer, P. Tranum, Voux, Peladnich, Johnson, E. Anderson, Copner, Lee, D. Taft, Pearson, Soine, Sande, Wilson, Schuh. STANDING: Fleshman, Mr. Haley, Carlson, Wil- liams, Bensen, Boudreau, Paquette, T. Friesen, J. Friesen. Sundal, Comings. THIRD ROW: Anderson. Ledum, Jones, Friesen, Sprague, Geisendorf, Kingma, Hantlemann, Fleshman, Combs, Huls, Cass, Bordner, Martin. -A- .M-r - .. ff? ra f WK, FIRST ROW: Starr, Vermillion Byorgen Clizbe L Moores E Hanson Morler L Honson Cass. SECOND ROW: A. Bergstrom S Bergstrom Sundol Behrns R Mercer Voux Eden Schuh, Wilson, Sonde, J. Mercer Trcnum STANDING Benson Not pictured B Kiosen L Martin. FIRST ROW: Miss Compton Burress, McKee, Cope, Best, Hertz, Murrow, Lee, Dodson, Edgington, Gillette, Shepherd, 1 -...Q M., W., ss f. . x,,..,.. L h K . .. l ---- Ml, J ,.... We L Q . .- 7 s , .., L . K . , . . v b ,- ' - gf., 'Q 7-si QS .. ...... .. ' l H K Q A A .,, .... .. ,,,., 'Q .. . ., ....,, ...... , ., ....,. -..Mm X A f-Q,-,ol 5 A 5 . x -'es-Arif X :Vi K' lliiiihwi x,k:. .X ,N mNGiil'lN8kk der n Fogon AlexOI'1 . Fr Frazier, Corslensl Von Wolllir liichordson, G- Hom S ond semester Student Courglll 0ny,Korr Gilbert, Dovlclson' lewe I ec ' ens 1 ' - Your1QCll-'lst' Rcndles, BFIHSVW1 bUfQ' D' ... 'W FN s g 1 - X, -il. ,. W. s 0 ef ai... Ushers Club members from left to right: Gollocher, Wilson, Dodson, B. Lee, D. Torset, Robin son, Friesen, Brannick, Andersen, O'Dell, J. Lee, Knutson J. Torset, Wagor, Wognild. 66 97 CYGSS me BOYOICY Latin Club officers pictured above: Mac- D o n a Id, Fortington, Berry. At le ft are Spanish Club officers: Garberg, Van Wav- eren, Sprague, Swett. 19' Q. Club members standing from left to right: Erickson, Gillette, Gollocher, Toylor, Bron- nick, Klunder, Hotley, On stairs: K. Jennings, Knutson, E. Jennings, Wogor. Debate members in front row: Foirmon, Yeorsley, Combs, McDonald, Murphy, Robinson Bock: McBee, Eells. i 1 66 7 77 in f cMisdeAavin , l Junior honor society members from left to right are: First row: McKee, Harris, Abraham, Behrns, Vercoe, Turner. Second row: Wilson, Hantelmann, Bjorgen, iFleshman, Fry, Han- son. Third row: Dalseg, Youngquist, Wales, Vaux, Cleave, Harshman. Sophomore honor students in the first row are: Lyon, Taylor, Randles, Hart, Gicllund Millard, Berry, Vogt. Second row: Dalseg, Riepma, Fulton, Deming, Logsdon, Everett L. Seaman, Sund. Third row: Robinson, Sass, MacDonald, Shumway, Britten, Mays, Mer- cer. Fourth row: Sande, Schink, Hanson, R. Seaman, Gilbert, Davis, McBee. W.. X so 1: I 7' 1.51, oo, X 7 , A un F 1 3 l sf' Y I 'J ee yr X i 'ET59' ' i'- Members of the senior class who were eligible for member- ship in Torch at the end of the f i r s t semester are pictured ROW: Affleck, above: FIRST Carstens, Cass, Collins, Combs. SECOND ROW: Curbow, Dewey, THIRD ROW: Frazier, Gard- Dixon, Eisses. Fagan, Fowler, NATION S" C6 1 ner. FOURTH ROW: Hudson, Kuhblank, Larsen, Ledum, Lee, 7 Lothian. FIFTH ROW: Mercer, : ' H- McDonald, McKinney, Mold- stad, Moore, Neff. SIXTH 4, ROW: Pedersen, Randles, Sollie, V sundoi, sundqussr, Taft. ssv- --' Q ENTH ROW: Torgeson, Wade, f F Wager, Watson, Watkins, Yax- ley. 0 V Ti V7 ali l 7 Z N ,np f v f :ff We - H 1 2- if-L ixweesgr A ' f H' in '7 I X K X t 1,1 . K .qi I . X i C UI ie, I 4, "2 - ,3 in .pl . ' w 04-V 1 '4 QQ! , its Our. ,wit 1 KNEELING: Cook, Affleck, Webster. STANDING: Pearson, Sund, Richardson, Larson, Randles. 66 77 Jfufnn mf veufwn I STANDING: Morgan, Hastings, Weckert, Bergstrom. KNEEL ING: Dean, Meyers. 1 gs P-. ' f igs NG K .2 A il A T- z . . 1 . Fw-Sfwssi A X S ix X W X A5 xx +. N X ,XX X x . . g 9 y if . E .h a ,. ,, I 4 f N . 1 1 . fit LEFT TO RIGHT: Davidson, Hart, Gicl- land. 5 1 SEATED: Parker, Pearson. STANDING: Lohman. ' i ,M V, 1 L, .5 , KNEELING: Gubrud, Morse, Collins. STANDING: Breafhour, Stewart, Deming Blaftman. . ' v 'iw . . ,M-'-mx KNEELING: Schacht, Hanson. STAND- ING: Williamson, Cook. A gt. ,513 -QT Wx X 'Zh x W X VN. fax, ll it 5. ug-Ml! QEWIG QYOA v -i x 1 7 ..X. , Sq q w ,, s -16 K -wi cwiy, Looking over the last "Bulldog" are, seated: White, Breathour, Pleas, Tarry, Valentine, Fagan. Standing: Leigh, Grant. Inset: Carolyn Sharp, Editor. Not pictured: Editor Jim Fagan. t . FOQOYN Cor-ntngs' ' ris. , Sora tured- Yi 1' '46 , Q Skagina staff: SEATED: Typist Weckert, Typist Sundquist, Asst. Circulation Mgr. McDonald, Identification-Gubrud, Senior Ed., Kuhblank, SECOND ROW: Asst. Circulation Mgr. South, Typist Fowler, Asst. Circulation Mgr. Hudson, Typist Carstens, Girls' Sports Ed. Lohman, Identification-Pearson, Junior Ed. Berger, Frosh Ed, Cook. THIRD ROW: Snap-shot Ed. White, Artist McCarthy, Photographer Curbow, Circulation Mgr. Fagan. Inset: Editor Pat Watkins. Wm . Hof' SOTM H " seated Orediislmsvhllel Not i pic Annual Advertising Mgr. Hamburg, Make-up Editor Lothian, Business Mgr. Watson. Z,CigAf anvlagivegy N .R an i N 11 lg , -iiiE?fX t- ' . . x VZ Song Leaders, Kneeling left to right: Gretchen Behrns, Jeanette Baudreau, Charlene Abraham. Standing: Nancy Partington. Yen spfflglf eodefg f CONV e' Bo rom t UQS. 'drier OD 1-O b 1 J, pear Offo Sqn r UU' Rx Pep Club Leader Nancy Collins. FIRST ROW, front to back: Berger, Martin, Comings, Pickens, Wollan, Haubner, Sundquist, Tieset, Rirnmer. SECOND ROW: Gardner, D. Breathour, Alawine, P. Olson, Glauer, Morrill, C. Olson, Bjorgen, Lee. THIRD ROW: Cook, Dunsmore, Cannon, Wilson, Kamb, O'NeiIl, Johnson, Weckert. FOURTH ROW: Blattman, Reichert, Affleck, Greer, Hontel- mann, McDonald, M. Breathour, Partington, Short, Athletic Director Dave DuVall weef earfs 0 Princess, Dorothy Lothian ii I Q n ara e 99 l U , I 1 ' O Prince, Zone Frazier , g 0 Q I ' X ' , ' 5 L, O ' W e 1 ,.,. E . ' A, ' ' Q - 1 ss Q 4 KS xx N. wifi . N Queen, Joyce Johnson King, Jock Moberg ii' 1 if QQWCIWH gn WIA? mall l 66 , K 77 lfllfllflllfl YOMVI Track Team: FIRST ROW: Coach Reimon, Hermanson, Lee, Kerr, Jonkheer, Sande, C. Duran ceau, Lovelace, Guftler, McKee, Kittie, Sparks, O'Brian, Sprouse, Shinn, Miller, Emmons, Mgr. Coach Murphy. SECOND ROW: Dean, Eisses, Stuber, Nogel, Grace, Petty, Sewell, Speorin Hatley, Gilbert, Minahan, Senger, Williamson. THIRD ROW: Bout, Stewart, Stroebel, L. Koetie Jim Malcolm, Jack Malcolm, Reep, Kelley, Ellis, DeWitt, Hulttum. FOURTH ROW: Valentine Brommels, Olson, Wilson, Brodlancl, Good, Hayton, Kuhblank, Alseth, Custance, Rud, McNabb Towers l Tennis Team. FRONT ROW, left to right: Hyatt, Iverson, Hansen, Golbreath, Schink, Moberg, Wylie. SECOND ROW: Hoag, Harshman, Partington, Bensen, Smith, Smiley, THIRD ROW: Baxter, Dalseg, Hanson, Moldstad, Randles, Coach Mahaffey. as Q.. we fs Q , 5 -QQ A ,Lf .f . 5, ,gy wg, 'fp- Y :f1j?2'gf ww --Wx VL :'j.fQ+pnN.' 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Sk-3Q"f C0'0P -I-edfs Grocery Anderson Variety 81 Grocery Thrifty Food's No. I OUR DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS AND SHAKES SYMBOLIZE THE BEST C-ROENEN RICHARDSON T THE LITTLE ROCK LUNCH STROEB EL SMITH OLDENBURG UNION HIGH STORE Just Acoss The Street HAMBURGERS MILKSHAKES SUNDAES SCHOOL SUPPLIES SWEFT 'mf-fpf fffwff , ,Mfydm L For The Smcirt Teenager visit ANNE RICHARDS Separates for Ready-to-wear 45315155 .,.x A x GRANT FOWLER i I PARTFNCTON BEHRNS I 4 4 T Visit fWARNER'S The Store Of P , Nationally Advertised T Brands f SHIRLEY LEE 3 PEG PALMER LADY ALICE ' DRESSES For The Newest and Smartest Fashions P E N N E Y' S MOUNT VERNON CALLAHAN WADE A 1 MlLLER'S for SMART SPORTSWEAR White Stag Ship 'n Shore Koret-of-Califonia Jantzen I , 2 J ag K Q K K 1 . ,-, ' i Y THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF , 1 6 Mount Vernon 66 years of community service all l R 3' 'i 'i El ii sg i 5 ii ni ai if ii JANTCE WECKERT MOUNT VERNON f 'A 'Sing UEL CO. PRESTO Loss com. SHELL: HEATING oiLs ' Division 8t Viaduct Ed? 6-2812 Mount Vernon Branch SEATTLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SHELL HEATING OILS Ph Ga. 4-2400 Mount Vern :s z - . , X .W ,4-.,.,.L., .. Q' L , 4 V s.. .. ii, 1 r If You Have Building Prdblems See COLUMBIA VALLEY LUMBER CG. PARKER'S Mer1's Shop JANTZEN SHORTS - SWEATERS SWIM SUITS - T-SHIRTS ISocks to matchl PENDLETON SHIRTS - JACKETS WHITE STAG CLAMDICCERS - JACKETS PEDAL PUSHERS - SHORTS DECK TROUSERS LOCSDON PETERSON School Supplies Stationery Candy For the Best Ice Cream it's HIGHLAND PACIFIC DAIRY I I I I I I Mc IIIIURDY LARSON I I I I EVE! I III I 'Ill iii! in CA ESQ Gamefzon Heafing gefwice Over 30 Years, Heating Service BRUCE CAMERON I BILL cAMERoN I Buy cu BLADE'S and Be Sure GARDNER DUFFY BLADE CHEVROLET For The Best in Dairy Products Try f E, E ,, E, Err 5 ,TERE , rr T D jj l EEEE E 1 F Th P Have a 'COKE FRAZIER LOTHIAN E coc:A-c:oLA BOTTLING co. 'iw 'M W X L DEPENDABLE MOTOR co. 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