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

 - Class of 1957

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Commencement Speakers . . . . . Torch ................. . . . Um people Pegg 8 10 12 14 15 16 32 36 40 Seniors .... - Juniors ..... . . . Sophomores . . . . - . Freshmen . . . . . . 0m mme 44 Football .... . . . 46 Basketball ..... . . . 50 Golf and Tennis . . . . 54 Baseball ...... . . . 55 Swimming ... ... 56 Wrestling . . . . . . 57 Track ....... Girls Sports 58 60 5 Om ,4 Who's Who . Homecoming . . . Senior Ball .. Sweetheart Dance .. . Song Leaders Yell Leaders . . . Pep Club ...... March of Dimes Choral Groups Band .. .... . Orchestra . . . Thespians ...... Mask 81 Dagger All-School Plays . Bulldog 81 Skagina .... Snaps ............. Om 0 Girls Club .. Boys Club .......... Ushers and Service Tri Hi Y 81 Hi Y ......... Horizon 8. Library ...... Debate 81 Quill and Scroll Red Cross 81 Honor Society .... .. FFA .................. Snaps . . 62 64 66 ..68 69 ..70 71 ....72 .....73 74-75 . . 76 77 78 79 ..80 ..82 83 84 .. 86 ..87 ..88 89 ..90 ...9l ..92 .. 93 .. 94 5 11 QW K g... x OUR CLASSES KK 12 U.. Q x xl W f iwwsi l X i Wendell T. Phipps, superinienden! , W,-3,2 fig, iv. in, K K Qgv., 3, .J,. uhh , ",,iw, ?K,fis73t :SKI if Qs Sf! M islzfil xiii is" gg F 5 - g Williom E. Gurney, principal X 7442 Roy Cowell, vice-principal Secretaries Elin Anderson, Cleo Tieerdsmc, and Ruth Holmes X i fe Q 5 e , iw Qi x x , X X K P , X K57iij?fiif 4 K S 1 w , Y , ming ,Q 2 4 Q K K 1 2 . .1 W 8 ?awwlajZ' ,- Members of the school board with Superintendent Wendell Phipps are: Chairman Earl Hanson, Gene Olson, L. A. Stewart, Gladys Larson, Le Roy Cleave, Cole Comings, Halfdon Tronsdal, Lawrence Knight. H. A. Molstad and Roger L. Morrison are not pictured. To the Students Your school board, elected by your parents and neighbors from ten different director districts, oversee the operation of Mount Vernon High School. The duties of this group are many, such as budgeting available funds, hiring administrative and teaching personnel, and setting up policy to be followed. All of this is done with but one thought in mind-to give the students the best in educational opportunities. We feel fortunate in having Mr. Wendell T. Phipps as superintendent and Miss Elin Anderson as sec- retary. Mr. Phipps works closely with the board and carries out their policies. Yes, serving as a board member is rewarding in many ways, especially when one hears of the accomp- lishments of students, and of the many graduates that have gone on to make a mark for themselves throughout the land. Such things certainly give us a feeling of satisfaction. Earl Hanson, Board Chairman 9 ,AQ 3 'Gr-. W J ',. X "ll, "' "Rave Members of the English department are, from the left: James Beasley, Lillian Cady, Rex Coslor, Iva Derrick, Pat Hayden. Wilbur Wigner is at the left. Below, Top Row, are social studies instructors Joe Day, Charles Easton, Leo Hake, Joe Murphy, and boys' physical education in stuctor Jack Croghan. Bottom Row, are Mary Lou Enberg, girls' physical education, Bertha Compton and Elvin Haley, music, Gordon Fisher, art, Byrl Warrick, library. WEP-- 'nur I0 'Sf do Below, Top Row, are mathematics and science teachers Dene Lawson, Joseph Norlie, Paul Reiman, Roger Ringstad, Malcolm Thompson. ln the Second Row, are home economics teachers Minnie Gerriets, Miriam Nelson, Marie Wick, and agriculture instructors George Mowrer and Hilding Nelson. In the Bottom Row, are Bruce Parker and J. Turner Pedersen, industrial arts, Ruth Lisle, languages, Frances Davis and Cornelia Hodson, business. " w' a ' -QF 'sr'-9 -.123 'bt ...... 'QW Below: David E. DuVall athletic director and at tendance counsellor. 41' nts 1 ,f"n "iff:-vr R ll is 4 si- I Q 4 ,r ,xx 5 X "f,-9 . .L f ef of wi ew . l T Our A.S.B. President Bob Gross Firsf semester Siudenf Council members ore, SEATED: Morgan, Yeczrsley, Sass, Friesen, Horf, Day, Kelley, Deon, Gecrhort, Weckerf, Kelley, Stove, Liftler, Etheringfon, Bloom, Lone, Williamson, Prour, Rondles. STANDING are The oHicers: Dixon, Everett, Gross, Sonde, Kuhblonk. lax il at s L 5 'CT '37 fix' Eiffmvt f vim: A.S.B. ofticers are, SEATED: Treasurer Merle Soncle, Secretory Susan Everett. STANDING: Vice-President Jim Dixon and Assistant Treasurer Richard Kuh- blonk, - gg t , Second semester student council members are, STANDING: Dixon, Everett, Gross, Sande, Kuhblank, SEATED: Deming, Fulton, Chichester, Morgan, Wilson, Osborne, Kelley, Hart, Murhpy, Genovese, Busby, Hanson, Cook, Shadle, Britten, Helmer, Schacht, Engen, and Gearhart. ,..- cr 'Meg Wax ' 5006 V Kwai. nw Q, 5 , . it 9 "A,'i.18 K 3 E ,Q Lai .ww V , .ff Commencemenf speakers are: Merle Sande, Kay Gidluncl, Glenda Fulton, Elaine Dalseg, Jacque Mays, and Richard Seaman lfl 'YJ APP Q' Ilf- E .fd Betty Berry, Catherine Bidwell, Jane Britten, Elaine Dalseg, Dannie Davis, Jim Dixon. Mary Ann Eberts, Susan Everett, Glenda Fulton, Kay Gidlund, Lawrence Hanson, Janet Hart. '5- Nf- 'Nv-V, Li QF , -..A Sharon Johnson Edwin McBee Torch Jacque Mays . as ,.-. Sh ,Q -. ,Xi i vm' 5 3 W .gl '-Gil? 1 1 I KLA A W ,av ,,,. 46 "BY we vs- ff E17 W-Y Judy Mercer, Kay Randles, Julie Riepma, Fred Rozema, Merle Sande, Marilyn Sanford. 'f 'av Beverly Sass, Richard Seaman, Pat Shumway, Shirley Taylor, Grace Vermillion, Jacque Vogt. mm miss :mn tlmum ..i.........,- ,MMO W., ky ,haf st . ,m,L,: . ,f A f' M -f 1 - sh . ...rid g SENIOR OFFICERS ARE: President Tom Friesen, Treasurer Jacque Vogt, Vice-President Donnie Davis, Secretary Nancy Parting- ton. QS The Class ot 1957 began their high school career by electing Edwin McBee, President, Barbara Logsdon, Vice- President, Kay Randles, Secretary, and Judy Mercer, Treasurer of their Freshman Class. They were introduced to high school social life when the Sophomores entertained them at the traditional Frosh-Sophomore dance. The climax ot their Hrst year activities was the April Fools' Day As- sembly which was presented tothe entire student body and won for the class the Best Assembly Award. As Sophomores, with the class treasury a little low, a dance was sponsored at the' "Y", and the group had charge ot concessions at several games. They also became active in all other school affairs. Thirty students earned places in the Honor Society. Many of the boys earned Junior Varsity letters, and several girls came into posses- sion of Green M sweaters. In February the class presented the Sophomore assembly. Leading the class through this active year were President Dave Schink, Vice-President Barbara Logsdon, Secretary O. A, Gilbert, and Treasurer Carolyn Deming. As Juniors and upperclassmen, the class elected Bob Gross as their President, Vice-President was Jim Dixon, Secretary, Jacque Mays, and Treasurer, Ted Johnson. Juniors turned out enthusiastically for band, dramatics, choir, and other school activities and many of them won outstanding positions. Among these were Merle Sande, A.S.B. Assistant Treasurer, Lawrence Hanson, Gentleman Athlete in Basketball, Kay Randles and Joni Sund, school yell leaders, Bob Gross, state wrestling championship, Charlene Cook and Denise Stewart, Homecoming Prin- cesses, and Joanne Williamson, Miss Pep. Denise Stewart O I O and Dannie Davis were elected to represent their class as queen and king of the Junior Prom. Marilyn Sanford and her committee were in charge of decorations and pro- duced an intriguing South Sea background for this major social event. V As Seniors, Tom Friesen was elected President, Donnie Davis, Vice-President, Nancy Partington, Secretary, and Jacque Vogt, Treasurer. Moneyemaking activities again took a large share of class energy. Booster buttons and booster hats were sold, concessions at the games were handled, and dances sponsored to finance class activities. Members of the class dominated many school activities. Bob Gross was A.S.S. President, Jim Dixon Vice-President, Susan Everett, Secretary, and Merle Sande, Treasurer. Sharon Johnson was one ot the yell leaders. Paula Schacht, Denise Stewart, and Lorraine Van Waveren were song leaders. Kay Randles was Homecoming Queen. Two of her princesses were seniors-Charlene Cook and Elaine Clizbe. The Senior Ball, South Sea Magic, was presented at the Holiday Ballroom in December in coniunction with Sedro Woolley and Burlington. King and queen of the event from Mount Vernon were Bill Kelley and Elaine Clizbe. Another big senior activity in December was the Christmas assembly which was built around a minstrel show and was well received. Advising the seniors for this all-important year were Chairman Dene Lawson, Joe Day, Wilbur Wigner, Roger Ringstad, Minnie Gerriets, Joe Murphy, and Bertha Comp- ton. Editorial woes. , Surprise!!! l Elvis? U Jie Morilyn in one of her moments. Keepin' time, The coll To The con con. Porocling. F1 "" --.Q Rc: Ro girls? Sleepy time gols. --an.. Ihr' lv MARGE A. ALDERDEN Girls Club I-4, Student Council I, Tir-Hi-Y 3, Bulldog Stal? 3-4, Chorus if Choir 4. TOM ALEXANDER Boys Club 2-4, FFA 4, Football 2-4, Track 3, Transfer Wichita Falls, Texas 1' 2. ELEANOR ALICE ANDERSON Girls Club l-4, Ushers Club l-2, Span- fr. .awn- .KN ' Wir! if-'VV' gl 5, 2 ish Club 2, Mask and Dagger 4: Band I-4. l ARLENE MAY BATES Girls Club 2,4, Service Club 3, Chorus 2, Transfer High Line Hfgh School, Seattle, Washington. GARNOR BENSON Boys Club l-4, Swimming 3-4, Tennis 2-4, Band l-2, Orchestra l-2 INEZ MAY BENSON Girls Club l-4, Latin Club lp Spanish Club 3, Honor Society 3,4, Torch 4, GAA l. BETTIE LEE BERRY Girls Club l-4, Honor Society Torch 4, Latin Club l-2, President 2, Horizon l-4, Secretary 2, Sergeant at Arms 4, GAA I-2, Pep Club l, Ushers Club lg FHA l-2, Treasurer CATHERINE M. BIDWELL '1 'lx -no-. ,A 'D+ I-4, Girls Club l,3,4, Latin Club l- Re- entered from Highline High Seattle, Washington 3. School, DALE T. BOUDREAU Boys Club l-4, Hi-Y l, Chaplain l, Swimming l-4, Golf 3-4, Band l-2, Choir 3-4. JEANNETTE THERESA BOUDREAU Girls Club l-4, Representative 2, Flamingo Club I-2, Vice-President I, Song Queen 2, Maiorette 2-4, GAA l, Bancl l-3, All School Play l. 18 N"--4,1-W 'R G' 'sr'--rc JAMES BOWMAN ,r Boys Club l-4, Service Club 1-45 FFA fp- l-2g Bulldog Stal? 3-45 Quill and Scroll 4. MARY LOU BRANNICK Girls Club l-45 Service Club l-4: 2: Ushers Club l,2,4g Maiorette Band l-2. 3 X 5 :ahhh i 'N-.-1 Q GLENDA JOAN CARLSON Girls Club l-45 GAA l-25 Tri-Hi-Y l Chorus l. BOB CARPENTER Boys Club l-4, Hi-Y 4, Golf 3-45 Foot- ball 4. i FHA I-25 JANE ELIZABETH BRITTEN Girls Club I-45 Spanish Club l-25 GAA l-35 Manager 3- Honor Society l-4, Torch 4: Student Council 2. DAVID BROMELS Boys Club l-45 Football l-25 Basket- ball l-Qg Track l-4. DUANE BROWN Boys Club i-4, FFA l-2, Football If Wrestling I-4. STEPHEN R. BUSS Boys Club l'4y Chess Club 3-4, Band I-45 Choir 344, Orchestra 11-4, Presi- dent 45 All School Play 3-45 Football lg Swimming I-45 Golf L41 Captain 4: Hi-Y l,2,45 Secretary 2j Thespian 4. BARBARA ANN BYRNES Girls Club I-4, Mask and Dagger 2-4, all Hl NNW -Gyp- Horizon 4g Latin Club I-2, Tir-Hi-Y lp FHA lf Library Club 4. DELORES CARLSON Girls Club I-45 Service Club 45 GAA l-39 Band l-4. 0- fav 'Dm up 'V' r s 'WG' 3 'in-Fr' X Q A Boys Boys GENE CHANDLER Boys Club 3,4p Hi-Y 3,4g Football 3,4g Basketball 3,45 Baseball 4, Transfer Sedro Woolley, Washington Q. ELAINE MARILYN CLIZBE Girls Club 47 Senior Ball Queen 4, Homecoming Princess 47 Transfer Bell- ingham, Washington 4. CHARLENE COOK Girls Club I-47 Student Council If Homecoming Princess 3,4g May Queen 35 GAA I,2g Spanish Club I,2g Tri- I-Ii-Y I,2,3. SHARON RAE CRAM Girls Club 2,3,4g Bulldog Staft 35 Transfer Snohomish, Washington 2. CLYDE CRAPSON Boys Club 2,3,4, Track 4. Transfer Twin City High School, Stanwood, Washington 2, gm Nr f.- X , DARREL CRAPSON Withdrawn. Girls is 41" Boys 2,3,4. JIM B. CARSTENS Club I-45 FAA I-4, Reporter 3 President 4g Spanish Club 2, Hi-Y 4 All S Council President 4. Tvnw DARRELL E. CASS Club I-45 Boxing Ip Football 4 ELAINE BETH DALSEG Club I-4, GAA lg Latin Club I, 25 Honor Society I-4, Torch 4, Choir 4, Chonsonettes 4. DANIEL DAVIS Club I-45 Secretary 2g HIY 4g Honor Society I,2g Class Vice-President ack I,2,3p Football If Wrestling chool Play 3, Band I-45 Band CAROLYN ANN DEMING Girls Club l-4, Treasurer 4, Class 3 Q, fix 5 Treasurer 2, Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y l,2, K 4 -5 ,vu 3, Vice-President i, Secretary 3, Hon- fa T or Society l, Student Council 2, GAA , ' I-2, Skagina Staft 4, May Queen 3. A FLOYD P. DEWITT ,W Q Boys Club l-4, Student Council 3, lz. Q roofboii i,2, Boxing 1, mek 2,3,4. " if f fhxc .grow YV ' vw nf -. gn... fi ff'--" BERNIE QBUDJ ELLIS Boys Club l-4, Hi-Y 3,4, Swimming i-4, Track l-4. MARGINE O'DELL EMMONS Girls Club I-4, Pep Club l, Ushers Club T, Chorus i,2. EDNA RAE DILLS Girls Club I-4, Service Club 3, GAA i,2,3, Ushers Club l, Horizon l,2, Chorus i. JIM DIXON Boys Club i-4, ASB Vice-President 4, Class Secretary 3, Student Council 3, 4, Honor Society 2,3,4, Torch 4, Hi- Y 4, Basketball l, Tennis 3,4. MARY ANN EBERTS Girls Club 3,4, Honor Society 3,4, Torch 4, May Queen 3, Transfer Alameda, California 3. TOM EDEN, Jr. Boys Club l-4, Spanish Club 2, Debate 2, Swimming l-4, Tennis I-4, Band i-3, Orchestra 2. FRANCES ANN EDMUNDSON Girls Club l-4, GAA 143, Tri-Hi-Y 3, FHA lp Chorus 2, Choir 3,4. RAY EDWARDS Boys Club 3,45 Baseball 4, Swimming 4, Transfer LaConner, Washington 3. in 5 '5g-.l'P 'bv-Y 'lt-rf 55.13 vga wif' A. ll' in "CZ'.T"" 4.55 in SUSAN EVERETT CAROL ERCHINGER Girls Club 2,3,4, Council 4, Horizon 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Honor Society 2, Torch 4, GAA 2,3, Bulldog Staff 3, Student Council 3, Skogina Business Manager 4, Quill and Scroll 3,4, Transfer Stanwood, Washington 2. LINDA JEAN ERICKSON Girls Club I-4, GAA I-4, Service Club I-4, Spanish Club l,2, Pep Club 2, FHA 2. . Girls Club l-4, ASB Secretary 4, Stu- dent Council l,4, Honor Society l-4, Torch 4, Flamingo l, Tri-Hi-Y l-2, Spanish Club I,2, GAA l,2, Quill and Scroll 3,4, Bulldog Stat? 3,4, Editor 4, Skaqina Stat? l,4, Girls State 3. MYRNA FRAHM Girls Club l-4, GAA l, Horizon I-4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Latin Club l, Spanish Club 2. TOM H. FRIESEN Boys Club l-4, Thespians 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Student Council 4, Class President 4, Best Actor 3, All School Play 3,4, Football l, Basketball l, Band l-4, Orchestra 4, Choir 4, Spanish Club 2, Chess Club 3,4, Service Club 2, Hi-Y 4. GLENDA JEAN FULTON Girls Club l-4, Honor Society I-4, Torch 4, Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3, Spanish Club l,2, Slcagina Stafl 3. JANICE MARIE GALLACHER Girls Club I-4, Ushers Club I-4, Serv- ice Club 2-4, President 3, Secretary 4, FHA l,2, Chorus 1, Choir 3,4. X .. ,gy 'QR JOANNE GALLIGHER Girls Club l-4, Chorus 2. KAY ELIZABETH GlDl.UND Girls Club i-4, Tri-Hi-Y I-3, Treasurer 3, Spanish Club l,2, Honor Society l-4, Torch 4, Skagina Staff 4, GAA l,2. O. A. GILBERT Boys Club l-4, Student Council 3, Class Secretary 2, Honor Society l, Hi-Y 4, Spanish Club 2,3, Golf 3,4, Football l, Swimming l-4. 'S KAROLYNN DIANE GODWIN l,2, GAA l-4, All School Pla FREDRICK RAYMOND GRAY Boys Club 4, Wrestling 4, Transfer Sedro Woolley, Wash. 4. w-.-ur' DONALD HATLEY Boys Club l-4, Service Club l-3, Track 2,3, FFA l,2,4. LYLE HAYNES Boys Club l-4, Football l-4, lnspira- tional Player 4. l Girls Club l-4, Latin Club l,2, Horizon y 3 BOB GROSS Boys Club 2-4, Secretary 3, Hi-Y 2-4, Student Council 3,4f Boys State 3, Class President 3, ASB President 4, Wrestling 2-4, Captain 4, District Champion 3, State Champion 4, Transfer Loveland, Colorado 2. DALE GLENN GUNERIUS Boys Club l-4, FFA 2-4g Football l-3: Basketball l-3, Baseball l,2. ROBERT V. HAMBLIN Boys Club l-4. ANN HANSON Girls Club l-4, Latin Club l,2g Flamin- go l,2, Tri-Hi-Y l-3, GAA l-3, Bull- dog Staff 45 Choir 4, LAWRENCE EDWIN HANSON Boys Club l-4, Vice-President 4, Hon- or Society lf Hi-Y l,4, FFA l-4, Vice- President 4, Basketball l-4, Co-Cap- tain 3, Captain 4, Tennis l-4, JANET M. HART Girls Club l-4, Spanish Club l,2, Hon- or Society l-4, Torch 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Skagina Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y l-3, GAA l,2, Bulldog Staff 3,4, Quill and Scroll 3,45 Choir 4. -Q -.1 1.9 las.. .-.,,. ts, , 6 mfx Q'-1""' 'Qi Esau P fglmiiiqm f, . . 1 7 - N. S wk ' lvl fo if W, Q-.1 ' -,d j 'T sf 6 . J' A H' -an is -- K- Club MURPHY HECKNER Boys Club l-4, Swimming 27 FFA l, 2,4 MARJORIE HENRY Girls Club l-4, Horizon l-4, Treasurer 3, President 4g Lofin Club l,2. VIOLA MARIE HOLMSTROM Girls Club l-47 Lafin Club lg GAA l, 25 Bond l. MARIE HOLTE Girls Club l-45 Library 41 GAA l,2g Band lf3g Choir 3,4. RONALD HURST Boys Club 3,4g Track 35 Transfer Pasedeno, Texas 3. RUDY JOHNSON Boys Club T-4, Foofboll If Basketball 1,25 Boseboll l,2g Bond l,2. DAVID HAYTON Boys Club 1-4, Football 2-4. LARRY R. HAZEN Boys Club T-4, Service Club ly Spanish l,2g Chess Club 3. if ' 1 mn T' G63 " 110-"X 4""'v SHARON RENEE JOHNSON fir 1,1-- ir . Girls Club l-45 Student Council 45 - . Moy Queen 35 Yell Leader 4, Honor socsery l-4, Torch 4, mm-Y I,2,3p ii' 'i'i"' GAA l-3, Manager 35 Bond l'3. 'S s Teo D. JOHNSON gk, Boys Club l-4, Class Vice-President 54 3, Hi'Y i,4, secrewry If Foofboll I: Vj Wrestling lg Swimming 2-4, Golf 2-4. 'Uk ffm: BEVERLEY JOST Girls Club l-4: GAA 2,35 Horizon l-4, President 2, Secretary 45 Ushers Club FN lg Latin Club l,2. DALE W. KAESS Boys Club l-45 Spanish Club l,2g FFA BILL KELLEY Boys Club l-4, Honor Society 25 Stu- dent Council 45 Hi-Y 4, Senior Ball King 4, Track l-45 Football 2-4 Basket- ball l-4, KAI KEOWN Girls Club 3,4, Cabinet 37 Maiorette 3, Bulldog Staff 4, Transfer Merced, 'Du California 3. M' JACK KOETJE Baseball l. LES KOETJE Boys Club l-45 Student Council lp Basketball l-45 Baseball lf Track 2-4, Choir 3. +46 FLORIS MARIE KNUTSON Girls Club l-47 FHA lp Service Club l, 25 Ushers Club 2g All School Play l. BONNIE LEE Girls Club I-4, Ushers Club l,25 Span- ish Club 2,3g Band l,2. KATHLEEN LEE Girls Club l-41 Pep Club l, Service Club 1, chorus i,:z, choir 3,4 X iii .,.,. K i JEAN umooes ' X 'sl Girls Club l-4, Pep Club if Service " ik gil A Club lg Chorus l,2. 1 : gg? . . ' 1, Boys Club l-4, Hi-Y 45 Basketball l,2, 'ik ds.. inur- '9' . N.. lr 1 W, 'vw 3-Tm 'hu 41... LUCIANN MacDonald Girls Club I-4, Horizon 2,3, President 3, Student Council I-2, Mask and Dagger 2-4, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4, Honor Society I-4, Torch 4, Debate 2, Thespians 2-4, Secretary 4, Latin Club I,2, Vice-President 2, All School Play I-4. BOB MCCAIN Boys Club 4, Transfer Seattle, Weigh. ington 4. EDWIN CHARLES McBEE Boys Club I-45 Class President I, All School Play 2-4, Debate 2, Thespians I-4, President 4, Honor Society I-4, Torch 4. DONALD ALLAN MCCARTHY Boys Club I-4g Bulldog Stafl 3,45 Choir 4gSICCglf1O I,2, LEO R. McFARLANE wiv' .L VV? Boys Club 3,45 FFA 3,4, Chapter Farmer 4, Wrestling 4, All School Play 3: Band 3.4, Transfer Wenatchee, Washington 3. DON MCKENZIE Boys Club I-4, Latin Club 2, Football I-4, Wrestling I-3. I'U5 SANDRA DEANE LOGSDON 'rls Club I-4, GAA I,2, FI-IA 2, Spanish Club 2, Horizon 4, Ushers Club I, Pep Club I. DAVID LOHMAN s Club I-4, FFA I-4, Football I. I, Tri- CAROLYN MAHN s Club I-4, Service Club 'Qu I-34 Qu'll and Scroll 3,4, Bulldog Staft 3, Cho- I,2. JANET CLAIRE MARLER Girls Club I-4, GAA I-4, Bulldog Staff 47 Orchestra I-4. 95? HELEN ARLENE MATTESON Girls Club 3,47 Transfer Sedro Woolley, Washington 3. JACQUE A. MAYS Girls Club l-4, Class Treasurer 3, Honor Society l-4, Torch 4, GAA 2, 3, Spanish Club l,2, Mask and Dagger 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 2. JUDY MERCER Girls Club l-4, President 4, Student Council 3, Class Treasurer I, Tri-Hi-Y l-3, President 2, Co-President 3, Flam- ingo l,2, GAA l, Honor Society I-4, Torch 4, Bond l-4, Treasurer i, Coun- cil 4, Girls State 3. JAMES MINAHAN Boys Club I-4, Hi-Y 4, Football I-4, Basketball l-4, Track l-4. MARGARET LOIS MOORES Girls Club I-4, Horizon l-4, Library Club 3, Latin Club 2, Chorus I, Chair 3. CARL NELSON Boys Club I-4, Basketball, Manager I, Football I, Track 1, Swimming 4. JULIUS OLSON Boys Club l-45 Football 4, Basketball l-4, Track l-4. FRED CARL PARTINGTON Boys Club l-45 Hi-Y l-4, Boys State 3, Football l-3, Wrestling l-45 Tennis l-4. NANCY SUSAN PARTINGTON GlI'lS Club l-4, GAA l,2p Tri-Hi-Y 37 Latin Club l,2, Secretary 2, Class Secretary 4, All School Play lg Choir 3,4, Song Leader 2. GLEN PEARSON Boys Club l-4, Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4, Football lg Wrestling lg Baseball l,2p Band l-3. 27 if 'Stun 'YQ GRACE RUTH PLOEG BOB PEEL Boys Club i-4, Wrestling i-2-4, Band l, Choir 4. MARLEE C. PITTMAN Girls Club l-4, Spanish Club 2, GAA l,2,3, Band 3,4. Girls Club I-4, Ushers Club i, Latin 'wr Yr-Y ,un if -'- Club I, Horizon l-4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4, All-School Play 3, KAY A. RANDLES Girls Club l-4, Cabinet 2,3, Vice- President 3, Yell Leader 3, Student Council l-4, Class Secretary l, Honor Society i-4, Torch 4, Homecoming Queen 4, GAA l,2, Spanish Club l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y i-3, Secretary 3, Bulldog Staff 3,4, Quill and Scroll 3,4, Skag- ina Co-Editor 4, Choir 4, Red Cross Council l-4. DONN LOUIS RASMUSSEN Boys Club l-4, Hi-Y 3,-4, FFA l-4, Mr. Pep 4, Basketball l, Wrestling 2,3. ROGER F. REEP Boys Club i-4, Spanish Club l,2, Hi- Y l,3,4, President 4, lnner-Club Coun- cil 4, Mr. Pep l, Football l, Basket- ball i-4, Track 1-4, Band i,2, Orches- tra l. JULIE ANN RIEPMA Girls Club l-4, Honor Society I-4, Torch 4, GAA l,2,3, Band l-4, Hori- zon l-4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4. MOLLY ANN ROBINSON Girls Club l-4, Ushers Club l-4, FHA l,2, Scribe i, President 2, Service Club els 'UM visa 4, GAA l,2, FHA State Convention 2. ,F ,ang 'Mfg 'T .1'T'Y up f FRED ROZEMA Boys Club 3,4, Honor Society 3,4, Torch 4, Transfer LaConner, Washing- ton 3. MERLE ALDEN SANDE Boys Club l-4, ASB Treasurer 4, Assis- tant Treasurer 3, Student Council l,3, 4, Honor Society I-4, Torch 4, Junior Red Cross Council I-4, Chairman 4, Hi-Y 4, Track i,2, Football l, Basket- ball i,2, Tennis 3,4, Band l,2. MARYLIN ELENOR SANFORD Girls Club I-45 GAA I-35 Mask and Dagger I-45 Thespians I-45 Spanish Club I-25 Horizon I-45 All School Play I-45 Skagina Stal? 4. BEVERLY ROBERTA SASS Girls Club I-45 GAA I-45 Latin Club I,25 Student Council 3,45 Honor Soci- ety I-45 Torch 45 Bulldog Staff 35 Skagina Co-Editor 45 Quill 81 Scroll 4. MARY PAULA SCHACHT Girls Club I-45 Song Leader 45 GAA l,25 Tri-Hi-Y I-35 Thespians I-45 Latin Club 1,25 Flamingo I5 All School Play I5 Choir 3,45 Best Supporting Actress I. MERVIN SCHINDELE Boys Club I-45 FFA I-4, Treasurer 45 Hi-Y 45 Basketball I,25 Track I,25 Golf 3,4. DAVID SCHINK Boys Club I-4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Student Council I,25 Class Presi- dent 25 Honor Society I-35 Spanish Club 2,35 Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 45 FFA I-35 Basketball I-45 Football 45 Track Ip Tennis 2-45 Football Manager l,25 Band I. Inner-Club Council 4. LINDA SEAMAN Girls Club I-45 Honor Society I,25 Torch 45 Mask and Dagger 45 Tri-Hi-Y I5 Spanish Club I5 Flamingo l,25 GAA I,25 Choir 45 Student Council I. RICHARD W. SEAMAN Boys Club I-45 Honor Society I-45 Torch 45 Chess Club 45 Spanish Club I,25 Band I-45 Orchestra 35 Choir 3. DIANE P. SHERRY Girls Club I-45 Student Council I5 Cho- rus I5 Choir 45 Tri-Hi-Y I-35 All School Play I5 GAA I,2, Manager 25 Bulldog Staff 4. PATRICIA DEANE SHUMWAY Girls Club I-45 Honor Society I-45 Torch 45 GAA I5 Latin Club l,25 Quill and Scroll 45 Bulldog Stal? 3,4. PETER FOARD SMITH Boys Club I-45 Hi-Y I5 Spanish Club Ip Football I, Manager I5 Basketball I5 Tennis I-4, TQ- awww -on-4 1 -,Q xx 'Z'- '1 :ak , , 'QT' XM! X 51' Not Pictured VIRGIL J. ADAMS EDNA LOUISE SOLLIE Girls Club I-4, Council, Conference 3, Horizon l-4, Vice-President 3, Ser- geant-at-Arms 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Ushers Club I, FHA I, Library Club 4, Spanish Club l,2, GAA l,2, All School Play 3. JAMES KENNETH SPEARIN Boys Club 2-3, Hi-Y 1, FFA 2-4, Trans- fer Calgary, Alberta 2. Boys Club 2-4, All School Play 3: Transfer Stanwood, Washington 2. DENISE MARIE STEWART Girls Club l-4, Homecoming Princess 3, Junior Prom Princess 3, Song Lead- el' 4, I-25 Trl-HI-Y I,3, I.CfII'1 I-2, Choir 3-4. MARVIN SUTHERS Boys Club l-4, FFA l,3,4, Football I-4, Captain 4. BETTY JEAN SWARD Girls Club I-4, Horizon Club 4, Span- ish Club I-2, GAA I-4, Choir 4. SHARON LOUISE TAFT Girls Club I-4, Spanish Club 2-3, Band I-2. SHIRLEY TAYLOR Girls Club 'l-4, Honor Society I-4, Torch 4, FHA 2, Ushers Club I-2, GAA I-2, Service Club l-3, Latin Club l-2. DON TOWERS Boys Club I-4, Hi-Y 3-4, Secretary 4, Football I, Track 2-4, Band I. R. LORRAINE VANWAVEREN Girls Club 2-4, Student Council 2, Song Leader 4, Spanish Club 2, Secre- tary 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3, Bulldog Staff 4, Choir 4, Transfer Lynden, Washington 2. TOM VALENTINE Boys Club I-45 Football l,2,4g Track I-4. SHARON GRACE VERMILLION Girls Club I-45 Honor Society I-4, Torch 45 Horizon 45 Spanish Club I-21 Pep Club 35 GAA I-35 Orchestra I-4. LINDA LEE WILSON Girls Club l-45 Ushers Club I-3, Vice- President 3, Pep Club 45 Mask and Dagger 4, Band If Maiorette I-4, Transfer Norfolf, Virginia I. LYNDA LEE WILSON Girls Club 4, Transfer Hayward, Cal- ifornia 4. wwf my Not Pictured MICHAEL KING Boys Club I-4, Swimming I-35 Track l-4. JACQUELINE MARIE VOGT Girls Club I-4, Secretary 25 GAA I-2, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Student Council 2-3, Class Treasurer 4, Library Club 35 Honor Society I-4, Secretary-Treas- urer 4, Torch 47 Band I-4, Secretary 4. VERNA WARD Girls Club I-4g GAA I-4, Inspirational Award I, Manager Q5 Spanish Club I-25 Ushers Club If Choir 4. ELIZABETH ANN WEST Girls Club I-4, Horizon 2: GAA I-2, Spanish Club 25 All School Play l,3g Chorus lp Choir 3-4. CAROL JEAN WILCOX Girls Club I-4, FAA I-4, Bulldog Stal? 4. .IOANNE KAY WILLIAMSON Girls Club I-45 GAA l-45 Spanish Club L21 Miss Pep 35 Bulldog Staff 45 Skagina Staff 4. 31 pan 11? WW! .qv 1 R ,, -fr-W-i.. - M .ff .fn equi, .J 'wifi N' M? I f W, mf' - JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Sharon Karr, Treasurer, Dick Chichester, secretary, Lynn Yearsley, vice-president, Dick Williamson, president. Under the guidance of Their efticient class officers, The class of '58 has com- pleted another successful school year. The annual Junior Class Thanksgiving assembly was given November 20 and was in The Tradition of The class which has Twice won The best class assembly award. The Junior Prom was held in The spring in coniunction with The Burlington and Sedro Wooley high schools. The class Took on active part in sponsoring dances, selling concessions, and in sports. Many of The capable players on all The school Teams were Juniors. Now The members of the class are looking forward conhdently To Their final year as Seniors. de y . me . f The Junior Honor Society: FIRST ROW: Bidwell, Fairmcin, Wells, Yearsley, Neal Webster, Stave. SECOND ROW: Kiosen, Clizbe, Clark Guenther, Helmer, Vanderpool. THIRD ROW: Day, Garrett, Bottles, Partington. 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J qc' H by i A gp AQ. an st as ' X J . mv J rn- J ,J We '-Sr tstrat X 3 - , 11' lg Q Michael Hagman Janet Hamburg Margaret Hanseth Earl Hanson Garner Hanson Lonnie Hanson Sharon Hanson Gaylia Harmon Gloria Hatley Carol Helmer John Hermanson Jerri Hertz Jim Hinton Dexter Holttum Sandra Hunter Glenn Hyatt Jim Iverson Edith Jennings Karen Jennings Jim Jensen Jerry Kaasa Sharon Karr Jack Kerr Barbara Kiosen Clarence Klunder Phyllis Knutson Emerson Koetjc Richard Kuhblank Barbara Lambie Bob Lanphere Alice Larson Alvin Lee Joyce Lee Patrick Lee Karen Lindbloom Jean Linner Sandy Lovelace Kenneth McCulloch Dennis McDonald Janet McKee Mike McQuary Beatrice Marcoe Kenneth Marcus Jim Matteson Robert Miller Michael Minor Dennis Morgan Mary Murphy Georgeann Myers Sandra Myers Charles Napier Pat Neal si It fir Frank Nelson Laurence Nelson ,M .. 2 s, vc: , 4 ,. 5 I , ,,L: I 1 Jerry Ness A Warren Nogle N Richard Oldow 1 K ' K Q S 3. ,Q , Bill arson L' " so Q' sw ' 9 Y' .1 L ive. gr . 2 . 2 - " .ze ',,, , " jim CW Om We nNnn se Nnn- H if s 'f Q or Danny Olson A ,fl I. 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Y.. , I V Allene Stave 51" x ig?-D9 ix 2 ,M W 'TT' VC:-f' Danny Stewart i If - is 3 7 "'J I ,iff ff' 'fs sz 'f L S , , yyio A ,ad i ,- , K 1- if Diane Stewart I' K ff' Delores Swanson E J Vx Jake Tiemersma Q p I John Tiemersma " " ra 7' ' .xl A5 5' il v 74' '- . P 3' Dianne Torset fig' My Qfj 45.9, QB' Gale Tripp vi if' L It it Patricia Vanderpool lq I A' Diane Wade , My DeWayne Ward 'V Frank Ward W f' 75 6' 9 K .V 'Q' xt if " sri Rose Mary Washington Qfgj 5 L lg- Carol Webster if Xa' my 4 Sharon 'Wells - if Q V Q Dick Williamson il ' +1 , Q Harry Walden A ' . ' - h Kay Wylie " " K I If V L 2 'Q Ja 4- f' "' Z4 ' Laura Yarber ' "C" , Lg - 'Q' . K if-is 'V Lynne Yearsley Ak-., A ' Q ' H " J J L S 5' Q ,I -D x iwnh.. 5 A . 35 Sophomore Class President John Haubner, Vice-president Dee Hall, Secretary Diane Gen- ovese, and Treasurer Connie Coolc are in the picture at the left. Below are Sophomore mem- bers of the honor society. FIRST ROW: Esary, White, Murphy, Schultz, Peterson, Sundquist, K. Hutchens, Gordon, SECOND ROW: Torset, Voile, Keans, Hageman, Harris, Bidwell, Hall, Wilson, THIRD ROW: A. Hutchens, Anderson, Whoolery, Large, Barker, Thomson, Jamison, Etherington. x XA This year twenty Hve members of the Sophomore class maintained a 32 grade average and received their first year pins at the annual Honor Society assembly. These students were also guests of honor at a luncheon sponsored by the Kiwanis le 426' ch FIRST ROW: Christie, Bidwell, Busby, Clizloe, Clark, Barry, C. Cook, Britten, Du- ranceau, SECOND ROW: Corlson, H. Anderson, Brown, Beal, Blesener, H, Benson, S. Benson, Bocliafner. THIRD ROW: Bloom, Barker, Adams, Auckland, Cox, W. An- derson, Charlton, Burke, Cramer. we 'Y-. W' C9 'RIG' ,- FIRST ROW: Esary, J. Gordon, Equals, Genovese, J. Dewey, G, Gordon, Felt, Edel- rnayer, Dinkins. SECOND ROW: Ekkelcomp, Dean, Grimes, Davis, Finley, Fos- nouglw, Fleck, Ellison, THIRD ROW: Jager, Flowers, Deming, Dutton, Francis, Fisher, Harmon. 37 ,ve Ml 0:47 ' 20czqZLp Outstanding Sophornores received recognition in the tield of sports and are expected to contribute a great deal in the next two years. Working together, the class swelled their treasury by selling concessions at games. Their class assembly was held in February. Now they are ready to begin next year as upperclassmen of Mount Vernon High School, 77' .i',5'f""" lagfig 38 " C? 16 wr- I. X Above, Top Picture, FIRST ROW: Ross, Rasmussen, Shrauger, Schultz, Olivas, Quinn, Pote, Pelloncl. SECOND ROW: Peorson, Sunclquist, Nelles, Peterson, Rouw, Stone, Spane. THIRD ROW: Swett, Wenner, Shrorn, Soyer, Sharp, Sprouse, Storrs, Bottom Picture: FIRST ROW: Williomson, Youngquist, Wood, Torseth, Van Ossenbruggen, Volle, Nelson, White, Koiser, SECOND ROW: Van Slogercn, Young, Rosar, Word, Wilson, Wilcox, Whitnoll, Alexander, Tucker. THIRD ROW: Burress, Thomson, Vander Pol, Whoolery, Whalen, M. Nelson, Olson, Ogdon, Shumway. At Left, Top Picture: FIRST ROW: Holl, Hoblutzel, McMillan, Hageman, Keons, Harris, A. Hutchens, SECOND ROW: Highnom, Houbner, Hollenbeck, McPherson, Murphy, Hurt, Kromer. THIRD ROW: Honkins, Horton, Helde, Hill, Jensen, Jomieson, Kinney. Bottom Picture: FIRST ROW: Loomis, Miller, Millard, Marler, D. Lee, Lynom, Johnson, Mowry. SECOND ROW: Etherington, Moore, large, Morrow, A. Lee, Littler, Nunon, THIRD ROW: Mc- Cutcltin, Micheou, Orcutt, Mersereau, Henson, Moldstod, Nogle, N. Lee. 39 ff ,,,f-f""'l 46 ddffddfdvtg To begin the year and to establish their position in MVHS, the class of i960 proudly claimed the freshman football league championship. Officers for this successful class are pictured here. STANDING is Pres- ident Susan Kelley. SEATED ARE Susan Weckert, vice-president, Paul Johnson, treasurer, and Jackie Cook, I-ff secretary. '17 ,Qi Q -x xx W Q' 61 'lm Q7 IQQ 4-7 Vi' ' Q7 Q-4 vw FIRST ROW: H. Anderson, Bourns, Brune, Cantrell, Boyle, Boyier, Barnett, Burkhalter, Ballinger. SECOND ROW: Bordner, P. Anderson, Cantu, Bradshaw, Clinger, Crapson, Cramer, Craig, Boling. THIRD ROW: Burress, N. Anderson, Brandstrom, K. Anderson, Bergman, Crosby, Bigler, Auckland, Christensen, Brazle. l . f . 40 1-v 'nv FIRST ROW: Connell, Cuperus, Dosclw, Dawson, Dills, Chandler, Copner, J. Cook, Collins. SECOND ROW Day, Gearhart, Engen, Easton, Axtlwelm, Custance, Dews, Druckery, Best. THIRD ROW: Dralle, R, Cook Curry, Deming, Cornelius, Faller, Doughty, Duling, Duncan, Douglas. FIRST ROW Kelley Jost Hazel Kerr Jensen Hamburg Jager I-luizenga, Joiner, SECOND ROW: Ja- cobsen England Elsses Ivey Foute Hart S Joltnson Goodrnclw Frey. THIRD ROW: Gilelcy, Elfstrorn, Gross, Everett Gabrtelson P Johnson Fowler Hlgglns Getsendorf 1' T7 'QT' vw 41 Members of the Freshman class had a busy year adjusting to high school lite. They selected their class rings, enthusiastically sold tickets to all school activities, and rounded out the year with their major production-their class assembly. as 1-1 Y 47 C3 rr Top Picture: FIRST ROW: Morgan, La Count, Linder, McCartor, S. Lee, Locken, Littlc-r, McClelland, Harberson, SECOND ROW: Hagntan Lange, Jackson, G. Johnson, McMoran, Moore, Lane, Mobert, McCoy. THIRD ROW: Hurst, Hanson, Hamburg, Leander, Huls, Knudson D. Johnson, McCown, Hardy. Bottom Picture: FIRST ROW: Murphy J. Olsen, Mitchell, Richardson, Neil Lindbloom, Lindbeclc, Rylaztrsdam, Nelson, Robarge SEC OND ROW: Ozretich, Phillips, Oldow, Rirniner, Rygmyr, Ottobra, L Roclcner, Pavkinson, Pittman. THIRD ROW: Parr, Owen, Kingrno Pettett, Neal, Meyer, A. Olsen, G Rfxckner, R. Phillips. 42 ex I Af qua- vw FIRST ROW: Parker, Vermillion, Solder, J. Smith, S. Smith, C. Smith, Soino. SECOND ROW: Rcindlcs, Tcrwilliger, C, Sprague, J. Smith, Sollie, C. Smith. THIRD ROW: Shcidle, Hockmcm, Voux, Jenkins, Sullivan, Scxther, Wells. ?cwlc?fz9 Mwaq FIRST ROW: Welker, Stocktleth, Weckert, Younkin, Wright, Woodward, C. Wilson. SECOND ROW: A. Wilson, Winhofer, B. Sword, Sherry, Willis, Strickiin, Webster. THIRD ROW: VondorHoorn, Tisdol, B, Wilson, B. Wclkcr, P. Torset, Swortos, J. Torset. we B f. v-9 215 W V ...f O wi ,b lg W S OUR TEAMS A42 -A 22 fe I' El f .n'-ff., Junior Varsity Cocucl w, Pot Hayden, Vorsity Cooch, Leo Hokeg ond Bockfeld Co cl Roger Rungstod , SEASON'S RECORD Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon. . 25 ..7 13 0 V O 15 ..0 0 O... Blaine ..... Arlington .... Marysville . . . Lake Stevens Anacortes . . . Burlingtonwf ., Snolfcfnish . . . Edmonds ...... Sedro Woolley A1 , 1 . Suthers Olson l Alexand er Hcyfon ' l. V ' 42 gif 'Y '2 '. S . 'W A .W , f K ' 3,4-'V ' I 1 lp y V. 3 . ' 0 X . ,wxgf - A . V g 'E ' n x , . 1 , L f E , nub, R 4 ' U . E 4 X1 s A -5 1 , , Q . 1. 5 Y 5 V A . ' Q Vulenfine L Q E f- Haynes f McKeniie ' Chichesier . Q Q Q V J i H ' 1' 3 . . Q, if sv , N f A . , A , . - ' Clurk Koeiie Gorreff Stewart 1 1 - 'f M -' wg , K kk gk - fm- -.-- 'M Af mix- If - E Jf6?,::k , , ut ' x i ,eg 2Exfw 2?143 J xx ., gf' XJR . , A" ' f X 1 'S ' Y Q- Nw' 'Ex 'x w ' - w Q Q f . S Y 4 , mls' ,Q ,.,. ' ' il1.B, "'1'f"f' fl" Q ' . Day Whalen 1 Lihlef A M A- Q X -S. '91 I . . M Above, members of the Varsity Football Squad. FIRST ROW: Schink, Flowers, Haubner, Chichester, Koetiej Clark, Alexander, Beal, Kerr. SECOND ROW: Harley, Alawine, Hayton, Haynes, Carpenter, Cass, Shumway, Rasmussen. THIRD ROW: Rasar, Gabrielson, Hinton, Day, McKenzie, Garrett, Wenner, T. Alexander. FOURTH ROW: Holttum, Littler, Suthers, Chandler, Stewart, Olsen, Whalen, Valentine, Kelley. Below, the Frosh Squad. FIRST ROW: Sather, Sherry, Oldow, Gross, Christensen, Brazle, Wilson. Moberg. SECOND ROW: Olson, Deming, Jenkins, Willis, Curry, Leander, Lane, Higgins, Dralle. THIRD ROW: Kingma, Johnson, Craig, Sullivan, Bord- ner, Walker, Burress, Hagman. FOURTH ROW: Coach Paul Reiman, Rimmer, Brundsfrom, Anderson, Day, Spragg, Recliner, Tisdcle, Phillips, Assistant Coach Jim Beasley. QQ " -Q.- .914- .. L Nerf! P-L 'A - 43... 'wp' 'W P A Qaeata Q My MY s I M ik 47 2? WW IQM , iwlfifl From the front, clockwise, are the boys who represented the school and the North- west District in the State Tournament: Clark, Williamson, Littler, Reep, Kuhblonk, Olson, Day, Hanson, Koetie, Schink. In the center, holding the second-place trophy for the Northwest District Basketball Tournament is Manager Barker. This page sponsored by VAUX TRACTOR CO. 50 as Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Captain Lawrence Hanson Jim Dqy K . ,, i. i in 1 f Les Koetie Coach Roger Ringstad Z 2 Snohomish 40 Mt. Vernon Snohomish .. . 4l DISTRICTA RECORD Edmonds .. 37 Mt. Vernon Edmonds . . 60 Vernon 56 Marysville .. Everett . .. ... 54 Mt. Vernon Everett .. ... 40 Vernon 51 Bellingham ... ... Arlington .. ... 42 Mt. Vernon Arlington . .. ... J! Vernon 60 Mt. Baker .. ... Anacortes .... ... 60 Mt. Vernon Anacortes .... ... 69 Vernon 55 Marysville ,,, ... Marysville ........ 6l Mt. Vernon Marysville ......... 41 Vernon 69 Bellingham Sedro Woolley ..-. '. 60 Mt. Vernon Sedro Woolley .... 50 Lake Stevens ...... 38 Mt. Vernon Lake Stevens ...... 45 Burlington .. ... 42 Mt. Vernon Burlington ... ... 55 HONORS Jim Day .. ............. All Northwest District First Team Les Koetie ...... .. All Northwest District Second Team Lawrence Hanson .. ....... All Northwest District Second Team Bud Clark . ..... All Northwest District Honorable Mention Lawrence Hanson . .. .............................. Captain Bill Kelley ...... .. Gentlemen Athlete Award Roger Reep .... Inspirational Award 51 Q Jim Minohcn Bull Kelley Xwjz? Roger Reep Gene Chandler Burch Olson Dove Schink Bud Clark Richard Kuhblonk 52 2 E i 5 RX fl I 3 R 5. ,A . . lg N V 'ls' si 7-k' 1 . 1,9 5 5 H- '-5 A l ll f as g 4 ii 1 ' if' i mi: L- ' i-L ., . Iggy 1.-158 A Y , Q ex.-if M ' kv, 4 Rs, . Yi.M3,, - I x 3. A 3 N Q W V R W 'R r M- R Q-f -e- -- Q -Q , is 1 . 3 i X f H ' A 1 if , , - Q . ,- , A F . A, K P. , i--l -s solar-S Fi ii -fi i5"'f5A 'FX fi' ET ,IU m.',,,,.J'l 22"-.Abs Junior Varsity, FIRST ROW, Mr. Leo Hake, Coach, Doug Olson, Hermanson, Koetje, Williamson, Littler, Donny Olson, Carl- son, Atkins, manager, SECOND ROW: Marrow, Moore, Bachofner, Anderson, Lee, Jensen, Moldstad. QD' 83' Freshman Basketball Team, FIRST ROW: Mr. James Beasley, Coach, Deming, Christenson, Sprague, Rimmer, Wilson, Vaux, Sather, manager. SECOND ROW: Bordner, manager, Day, Walker, Randles, Moberg, Higgins, Everett. THIRD ROW: Oldow, Swartos, P. Anderson, Torset, Hageman, Johnson, West, Petfitt, Jenkins. K I 1' - ff' 'fi' S 5 Q l l gi g w . s i l ' V, R L l ,. flritgo :Ui 555- 'W' W D3 -Jill! l cr - 5 " : 5 K ig , fi '.-- fi. W K' N y M: ' Q . X, l A ' " A My if KM 'dl 1 S fl 2 . 2. ,, -R Q R Q ' h - . 3 3 l i K 5 Q E . - ..i ff, E ..-. un. in .N .4-Q R uf' in C.-nl Q ur 'ff gg ' C.Ts.i,jgM?lfQg W W . KWMW, 4 9 S51 1 , Q - , ,fa V Tennis letfermen ore, STANDING: D. Porfington, F. Porfingion, Schink, Dixon, L Hanson, Sonde Senger KNEELING are G. Hanson, Hermonson. I ? Lawrence Hanson, back for o big yeor in Tennis. 54 fn ,,N, P A V 1' ' 0 fm J. W . gh.-emi -5? , , AFL' Q' iff 3 sl I Reiurning letrermen for golf ore: McDonald, Richardson, Buss, Carpenter, Schindele, Minor, Croghcm couch, Bos, Hogmon, Towers, Friesen, Olson, Boudrecu. Bill Olson, one of The outstanding letlermen return- ing This yeor. This page sponsored by the VARSITY SHOP. 55 1 0 X at , X -1::"" X it, ,t , FIRST ROW: Gilbert, Bloom, Napier, Eden Whoolery, Kaoso, Kramer, Senger, Alseth, Buss. SECOND ROW: Craig, Ellis, Boud- reau, Aulcland, Hanson, Custonce, Rigmeyer, Etherington, Shodle. THIRD ROW: Coach Jack Croghan, Fleck. Leander, Matte- son, Sherry, Olson, Hurst, Lovelace, Slostod. Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount SEASON'S RECORD Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon .... Vernon Bellingham .. .. 35 Everett ......... 56 U. of W. Frosh 52 Stadium ........ 39 Bellingham ...... 37 West Bremerton .. 17 Bernie Ellis, O.A. Gilbert. 56 Richard Alseth, ready for the big splash STANDING are: Kramer, Senger, Kaaso. x ' .-'Alix W, Wfnm t Jfwv . ,. Lt,. , FIRST ROW: Neal, Davis, Wenner, Chichester, Rasar, Partington, Fahey, Stewart, Kerr, Sprouse, Fulton, Coach Reiman, Manager Jamieson. SECOND ROW: Manager Cook, Phillips, Kingma, Brazle, F. Nelson, D. Partington, L. Nelson, Garrett, Gray, Alex- ander, B. Gross, M. Nelson, Manager. THIRD ROW: Sullivan, Rackner, Burress, McFarlane, Bell, Holttum, Flowers, Ruiz, Ander- son, Haubner, Equals, D. Gross. 4' C0GC'1PGU'ReimGf1- Top Picture: Jack Kerr, Bob Gross. Bottom Picture Dannie Davis, Dick Chichester. 57 , A W. f-f , Q ' gr m f A S' ' Q Q Rculph "Moose" Fahey, discus Yhrower. wide Leifermen buck for track are, STANDING: Flowers, Golbreoih, Kelley, L. Koetie, Fahey, J. Olson, Alsefh Ellis, Cromer. KNEELING, F. Nelson, Sl6WClVl, D. Gross, R. Burress, Rockner, Reep, Williamson, Whoolery M. Nelson. , M Q r A A v' W' - ' A f V if is ' , ,f 1 , Bud Clork, Jim Doy, ond Em Koeiie score ogoin. 6 46e77Ze wwtiegad Veterans out for basebvall this spring are, FRONT ROW: Don Olson, Young, Clark, Koefie, Houbner, Sullivan, Deming, Pettitr. BACK ROW: Chichester, John Doy, Fleck, Whalen, Anderson ,Jim Day, Doug Olson, Moore, Liftler, Sprague, Bottles, Christensen, Coach Doy, Monoger Tripp. ., A Q Mo., M, f .Ai , , L s . ,X www 9? ff GAA Officers: Jean Dewey, treasurer, Sharon Karr, president, Bette Guenther, secretary, Bet- iy Hageman, vice-presi- dent. Bowling: Myrna Rich- ardson, Kerry Lynn Pearson. Swimming: Linda Bar nert, Barbara Dean Sharon Lindbeck, Judy Duranceau. 4 ' fr Hockey: Pat VVood, Mona Pederson. Baseball: Mary Ver million, Judy Duran ceau. I X A f' xii '9L?'f?miM y" lv X483 X xg jf JS Ol owe Acnvmes i A SA ,Q '45 EL ,X A 1 1' X ' i W JI WS ' f ff- , N ff f w X 475 X Annehe Sfreilz. el ff Bulldog Edilors: Susan Everetf, Janet Hoff. Boy and Girl Sfofers: Fred Portington, Suson Everxfrtt, Bob Gross, Judy Mercer, Jim Curslens. 1 4,0 ,fm 131 Mr. and Miss Pep: Donn Rasmussen, 2,3 , 1-4.4 V' ' fs, WHO S YB' 2 wxlv-"L K. fi ., Mr. and Miss Pep for basketball a Fahey and Karen Williamson. 1, tw. - -- fm, ff 65 re Ralph Gentlemen athletes are football Suthers basketball Kelley swnmmlng Ellns wrestling Gross ls SE 'N 3 'L 7956-7957 -Wag P . I 'vu'-'Q Q Princess Charlene Cook Princess Elaine Clizbe Princess Myrna Richardson . , Q K fr fi-ii, Q ,.f14:SKf,s21g:zsfe,.i mfr' 1 .M Q -Srir- ,13 , Hg , 5 . Princess Nancy Shadle 66 KAY RANDLES Homecoming Queen ' T T l . .M . HighlighTs of Homecoming, aside from The football game, were The colorful car parade in The aTTernoon and The gala ball in The evening. PicTured above are The queen and her courT riding in The car parade, and below They dance wiTh Their escorts. .lim Dixon, ASB vice-presidenT, deserves much crediT for making This year's Home- coming ouTsTanding. s- , ff J X 'K x X, X X .V I Q ,V ,. dj if Queen Elaine Clizbe King Bill Kelley ' gczflfaefaitq Princess Jeanette Boudreou Prince Les Koerje Queen Jacque Vogt King Burch Olson A W J E' Jean Dewey :qi fm sf' CLD -x On X ' ff I Vg 1, 3' Paulo Schucht ' w I xx 70 J . Z . V I ,Y N39 P ff 1 fy fi Y I fl 5 f 1, 3 e I HQ' f . w. .N 2 X'-,N Lorraine VanWaveren X Denise Siewart 6096 Sharon Johnson Sharon Hanson wwxffgi N 71 I Diane Barry 1 x X 3 Connie Cook Girls forming ihe "M" are, from the left: Streitz, Dean, Guenther, Hunter, Christie, Pedersen, Wood, Myers, Shadle, Nunan, Palmer, Barker, DeMeyer, Fairman, Hamburg, Richardson, Wells, Shrauger, David- son, Torsef, Carlisle, Brown, Stewart, and Karr. Girls in The "V" are: Yarber, Sfave, S. Bidwell, C. Bidwell, Maiorefte L. Wilson, Bealy, Larson, Sanford, and M. Wilson. Instruclor is Miss Mary Lou Enberg. 5' s...,f,, fa ,. ,E , Y 4 14. as 1 X ll il f ' Q ,,,s, ,,,, A A .1 , M 1' A 7 V 3 ,M x U wi Q will A J W K ,rj , ! J ' S Q M4 'J Q Y s A S "" v sl 5 ga ' X if P sz. . ., A 74444 ' Winners of the "March of Dimes" Tournament are, FIRST ROW: Yell-leaders Lindbloom, Roborge, Murphy. SECOND ROW: Eoslon, Younkin, Johnson, Richardson, Vermillion. THIRD ROW: Cantrell, Connell, Eisses, Weckerl, Cromer, Bornerf, Copner, Kelley, Couch Enberq. l -V Q W .. V. ,f ...E TIL ,V . a 72 1 fr Q, , "' r "' - in C" .Xu A . I W x x V f ' A ' s q 5 ,T Q .R D. wa J- 'Q V' s g ,, 1 -syn ' f l Q Q, "W lv Q l l il . '17 C J Y A 'F f 3 - A 1 1 ! V 1 2 ' Y 'N "' - -my X . .5 ir Q , fy' X x.- lil iff.. 2 I A5 W vfi The Chorus In The Top Picture Are, FIRST ROW: Keans, Foote, Smith, Crapson, Clinger, Axthelm, Rasmussen, Lee, McCartor, Cantu. SECOND ROW: Jensen, Anderson, Benson, Winhofer, Smith, Johnson, Richardson, Engen, Dale, Locken, THIRD ROW: Walker, Dinkins, Dills, Mc- Millan, Bovler, Felt, Collins, Dews, Webster. FOURTH ROW: McClleIland. Sollie, Torset, Olson. FIFTH ROW: Goodrich, Jager, Morgan, Frey, Pelland, Huizenga, Cantrell, Hablutzel. Members of the Choir In The Bottom Picture Are, FIRST ROW: Dewey, A, Hanson, Stewart, Cook, Davidson, Streitz, Ward, Schocht, Clizbe S. Hanson. SECOND ROW: Harmon, Gillette, Deming, Randles, Partington, Van Waveren, Edmundson, Lee, Clark, Whitnall. THIRD ROW Hunter, Helmer, Barker, DeMeyer, Stewart, Bergstrom, Garlinghouse, Gallacher, Marcoe, Soler. FOURTH ROW: Sward, Yarber, Holre Alderden, Edwards, Wylie, Dalseg, Hurt, Dean, Myers. FIFTH ROW: Larson, Richardson, Williamson, Sherry, Johnson, Stove, Friesen SIXTH ROW: McCarthy, Buss, Towers, McDonald, Eden, Coffler. SEVENTH ROW: Nelson, Hansen, Peel. R. .sf 3 1 2 3 A l 5 5 5 Q, 41 lo .Q s The Chansoneffes creg Clizbe, Schochi, Eclmundson, Pcrfington, Von Woveren, Deon, Wylie, Dclseg, Hunfer, West, ond Richardson. The director of the choral groups is Miss Compfon. I I I Picinisf: Grace Vermillion. 75 Members of the orchestra are, FIRST ROW: Clizbe, J. Cromer, Huzian, :lGCOb50f1, E. Hansen, Vermillion. SECOND ROW: Mor Ier, Loomis, LoCount, Soine, L, Hansen, Younkin. THIRD ROW: Friesen, Diermeyer, Morcoe, V. Cromer, Starr, and Buss. Bclnd leader, Mr. Haley. ' v jfs ' ' up zfde Orchestra Leader, Mr, Easton Emma! Members of the band are, FIRST ROW: D. Johnson, Olson, Homubrg, Efherington, Kjosen, Eosfon, Joiner, Dosch, Oftebro, Geisendorf B. Pittman. SECOND ROW: E. Gobrielson, Youngquisr, R. Gabrielson, Bergstrom, Vogt, Parkinson, Anderson Pittman, Thomson, Lunphere, McFarIene, Mercer, Diermeyer. THIRD ROW: Seaman, Riepma, Buss, Hageman, Jensen, Wilcox, Nelson, Micheau. FOURTH ROW: Carlson, McMillan, P. Johnson, Sharp, Friesen. f Hall, Ivey, Soine, M Carsrens, Huls, Phillips, 1 .df tl Members of Thespians Standing Are: Kiosen and McDonald. Seafed are: Friesen and McBee. Mr. Rex Coslor, Director of Drama, puts on an for Mr. Norlie. Thespians Who Are Standing Are: Wells, Buss, McPherson, Sanford, Prout, Wilcox, and Adams. Seated are: Mr. Norlie and Mrs. Derrick. 4? i 4. Q GC " aezvempme ' " Sfanding are Mask and Dagger Members: Dean, Kean, Pate, McPherson. Seafed are: Wilson, Sanford, and Sfreifz. Vlask and Dagger Members Standing are: Wilcox, Wil- son, Gcirlinghouse, Schultz, Mrs. Derrick, and Webster. Seated are: Volle, Anderson, MacDonald, and Drugli. 1 9 U ff n 0015 Senes from "Sfage Door" obove: McDonald, Murphy, Pate. To The Right Nelson, Hufchens, Corstens. Members of il-ne "Stage Door" cost are, FIRST ROW: Wilson, Peterson, Friesen, Student Directors McPherson ond Sanford, Ad visor Derrick, Nelson, Mercer. SECOND ROW: Beary, Stove, McClelland, Karr, Ozretich, Prouf, Bidwell, Wilson, Bos, Good Burke, Peorson. THIRD ROW: Cox, Barker, Large, Sfreitz, Hansen, Vonderpool, Esary, Hanson. 8 O if 'CQ Q ,Ska C -Alix Scenes from the play "Seven Sistersfl Top picture, left to right: Sanford, McPherson, Friesen, Buss, Wells, Wilcox, Kjosen, Adams, Etherington. To the left are: McPherson, Sa nford, Wilcox, Wells, Kiosen, Gearhari, Hamburg, Easton. Curtain call. FIRST ROW: Easton, Hamburg, Geahart, Caiso McPherson, Etherington, Kiosen, Wilcox, Adams. THIRD ROW, nam, Hanson, Sather, McBee, Cox. l n. SECOND ROW: Vander Horn, Buss, Wells, Sanford, Friesen stage crew: Barker, Bowman, Large, Pate, Prout, Grenier, High 81 ff , ll gl li gm N NS use SN fw Ai W: xv W We Members of The Bulldog Sfaff Sealed af ihe Firsf Table are: Wilcox, Jennings, Gary, Hari, Randles, Everelf, Balich, and Marler. Af The Sec- ond Table are: A. Hanson, Bidwell, McCarthy, Bowman, Williamson, and Knutson. Sealed at the Third Table are: Helmer, S. Hansen, Shadle, VanWaveren, Sherry, Alderden, and Shumway. Standing is: Mr. Cowell, advisor. O I Standing are: Skagina edifors Randles and Sass, and staff members Alseth, Erchinger, San- ford, and Everett. Seated are: Gidlund. Deming, Slave, and Gordon 4 Cuslodicnsz Mr. Roy Liplce, Mr. George Bernlioff, Mr. Phillip Keyes. Q sgjm 'L if Mr. George Croxford school Carpenter. s N -. Erasing Blues. At lf Again. Cooks: Mrs. Lillian Bauer, Mrs. Bertha Croxford. Down Beat. ff mn nu ....U:.,,---f 84 ounz on2cANsznoNs ZR sl Wit' X , AN V Opening the Girl's Club Meet- ing with the Flag Salute are: Judy Mercer, president, Jody Gordon, secretory, Nancy Sho- dle, vice-president, ond Coro- Iyn Deming, ireosurer. 'Me 1 Girls Club Council Members are: FIRST ROW: Robczrge, Richardson Sfreltz ond Dewey SECOND ROW Erchmger Larson Deming, Gordon, ond Shodle. XA3 QQ R' xws -- ' xig iff- afi l ffg i3 ef ' X, if K. 3'-A Q X QK D9 -- 5-,...w...... x ,-...Q A 6 1 Q19 ,gf Q. W -1 -W7 Boys Club Omcers are: David Schink presidentg Donnie Davis, secreforyg Low rence Hanson, vice-presidentp ond Emer son Koefie, treasurer. Workin' if Officers of Ushers Club ore: Edith Jennings, secretory, cmd Cheri Phillips, president. Mem- bers of Ushers Club: FIRST ROW: Rossmussen, E Gillette, D. Lee, Hoblutzel. SECOND ROW: Morler, Word, S. Lee, Yorber, Taylor. THIRD ROW: Gcillccher, Drugli, Wilson, Torsef, Win- hofer. mez!o5 To The right are officers of Service Club. Mickey Sciiher, presiclenig Janice Gallcxcher, secreloryg Lonnie Hanson, vice-president. Below is Larry Adams, "Old Fciiilifulf' President, Carol Helmer, Vice-Presldent Joan Cook, Sergeant-at-Arms. NOT PICTURED Sheila Davidson, Secretary. Q 0 I HI-Y OFFICERS: Secretary Don Towers, Treasurer Dave Schink, President Roger Reep, Chaplain Glen Pearson, Vice-President Donn Rasmussen. Tri-Hi-Y Officers, left to right: Pat Neal Chap lain, Donna Rimmer, Treasurer, Jody Gordon www s Horizon Otticers are: Sanford, treasurer, Jost, secretary, Riepma, vice-president, and Henry, president. Top Picture Opposite Page, Members of Debate Team Standing are: Bidwell and Miss Cady, advisor. SEATED: Jensen, Etherington, Harris, Hageman, Wilson, McPherson, and Ivey. Bottom Picture, Opposite Page. Quill and Scroll Members Standing are: Randles, Sass. SEATED: Sltumway, Hart, Hanson, Bidwell, Ercltinger, and Everett, Pictured Below is the Library Club. Members are Storr, Ploeg, Erickson, Gallacher, Byrnes, Jennings, Miss Warrick, advisor, Benson, Marler, Berry, Vanclerpool, Hunter, and Alderden. 3 ft , i-vu., i., tht A 'EKG L af Y iz . 1 - - F' f v s s- L is J 'Wy -f -Us A 4 L b H F if rc, . , ,,. 49 .J L -. - - 1 I. f t A - s A L' 74gq A,,- A WW ' m'M"WiWQ 'fm fig' , fa X Xi 'Me 71 Top piciure. Red Cross members ore, lefr fo righf: Rockner, Rondles, Kuhblonk freorj, Sonde, Gordon, Copner, Richardson, Hill. Boifom picture. Honor Socieiy Ofllcers: Vice-President Bidwell, President Wells, Secretory Vogt. 1-iw de my 7, za V92 Af righi Marvin Suilriers and Blake Hage- man sell light bulbs-one of FFA's many acfivifies This year. Below are fhe officers of The Fufure Farmers of America. They are: Danny Siewari, Sentinelp Mervin Schindele, Treasurer, Mike Hageman, Sec- retary, Jim Carstens, President, and Lawrence Hanson, Vice-President. ., NV 0Jf4' ii -1..,, 93 Whoopee. 18.3, Bottoms up. 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