Mountlake Terrace High School - Tempo Yearbook (Mountlake Terrace, WA)
- Class of 1955
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Traditions Are Initiated
Everyone listened atfentively Io ihe speakers of
our first assembly. They very warmly introduced
us fo our new school and made us feel of
Our first paper the Hawkeye was a bug seller It especially went over
In a bug way when we received our new printing press The United
States history classes fluke the one at rlghtj wlth its team teachrng were
the first of their type In his area
As we look over the first year of our beautrfully landscaped Mount
lake Terrace Senior Hugh School we recall the many flrsts of our new
school Such things as brunch whrch usually found us near the reflect
Ing pool rn mce weather were tned for the first time Later as the
experimental mnlkshake machine was brought unto effect many student
bought new pounds for themselves
in First Year of Terrace High
"Hrcks' Holiday" was the theme of our flrst cos
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We students will not forget our fifteen minute "Brunch" period which we had each
day, lt seemed to give the morning lust the break we needed.
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New School Offers
Terrace's first football team was presented to the students at one of our as-
semblies. They demonstrated a few of their regular plays at this time. A few
weeks later at their first varsity game with Mercer Island lhey found conditions
much worse in the extremely muddy field pictured at right.
Many girls turned out for the first Girls' Athletic Association program
in our school. The boys' intramural program was iust as big a hit and
had just as good a turn-out. Several different sports were included
in these programs.
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Students Variety of Firsts
Our round gym was the first of its kind in this area.
Its triangular windows contribute to its design of
ld luke to take thus opportunuty to convey to the Student
accomplushment loyalty and a maturuty that would do credut
to the students of any hugh school
Our first year problems of an unflnushed buuldung an unde
veloped athletuc and actuvuty program sharung the buuldung wuth
an elementary school and a brand new student government
have not been unsurmountable un fact theur presence has gen
erated spurut and unuty among the students and faculty whuch
we hope has set the pace for years to come
A C Chrustensen
Few students un Ameruca have had the opportunuty of
unutually developung school tradutuons Mountlake Terrace
Hugh School students are now experuencung the thrull of
desugnung and testung operatuonal polucues for our new
buuldung whuch wull soon become school tradutuons Your
greatest challenge wull be to establush tradutuons un whuch
every student feels he has a rught an opportunuty and a
responsubuluty to actuvely partucupate un student governmen
tal processes Whale you are engaged un your task of de
velopung self government I hope that you wull learn to
apprecuote the efforts of our own governmental leaders
from the framers of our Constututuon to our present om
cuals local state and natuonal
Dr Harold E Sulverncul
Superuntendent of Schools
Enthusuasm desure to do a good uob loyalty and sun
ceruty of purpose by our students have made possuble
year of tremendous progress un our brand new school
Graphuc proof of thus us evudent as one turns the pages of
thus book thus us evudence of greater thungs to come
It has been a genuune pleasure to be assocuated wuth
our flne group thus year
Byron E Norman
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Mr Norman IS shown gavnng on
announcement over the public
Mr Chrlsfensen rs shown leodnng
faculty discussion on school prob
lems The cooperohon ond helpful
ness of the faculty thus year was
greatly appreciated by the students
Good Admlnlstratlon Builds Strong School
Mrs. Beth Garret
Mr. Rollo Hill
Mrs. Freda Purton
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MR. EDWARD ALVERTI MR. BOB ANDERSON 5 N .
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MR. GENE ADAMS MISS LUCILLE BALCH
English, Publications English
Our First Faculty
MR. MARK FREED MR. MERLE BLEVINS
Biology Wood Shop, Athletics
MR. JOHN GARNER MR. LES KIRKENDORFER
U.S. History, Athletics English, Counselor
MR, JOHN FQX MR. KEN BUMGARNER
World History, Athletics Chemistry, Biology
MR. JERRY CONRAD MRS. BARBARA CHAMBERLAND
Art, Geometry French, Spanish
MR. GALE FILER I MISS JOAN CARLSON
Ge0meffYf Algebf'-1 Home Economics
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MR. JOHN PLESHA
MR. BERT REESE
MRS. MARY ANN ROESLER
MR. GORDON WAGONER MR. STU SMITH
MRS. SANDI SCHOLI.
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Some call it Autumn
Others call it God.
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This summer the Election Committee set
up the rules for the school year's com-
ing elections. They are from left to
right: Linda French, Sharon Fisher,
Pam Quay, Janice Bergerson, George
Sullivan, Larry McNary, Dave Case,
Joan Erickson, Kathy Hoff, Sherry
Ford, and Barbara Shierk.
Summer Committees Make
Plans for School Year
The main purpose of the Social Committee which
met this summer was to plan a dance to begun
the school year Members Include left to right
BOTTOM ROW Barbara Rupp Kay Wargmer
Glennda Bainbridge Kathy Silver Marla Mack
Carol Johnson Penny Hull Marne Hamilton Judy
Jenkins TOP ROW Pat Hardisty Vikki Sweet
Pam Quay Sara Atkins Carol Cole Janice Berg
erson Eva Starnes Carol Learned Sharon Fisher
Barbara Swenson and Barbara Shlerk
The Rules and Regulations Committee worked together n
August to set up many of our rules and regulations for the
school year They are from left to right BOTTOM ROW Jo
Ann Hendrickson Glennda Bainbridge Penny Hull Judy
Carlson Kathy Hoff Frances Bedrick and Janice Costa
TOP ROW Clint Hollingsworth Karen Irby and Tom Hed
The students on the Constitution Committee devoted a part
of their summer to begun the drawing up of our school can
stutution Members include left to right Kay Wargnler
Cheryl Harris Barbara Rupp Barbara Swenson Vikki Sweet
Claudia Sievert Dave Case and George Sullivan
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Students Get Acquainted at Dance
Welcome . . . This was the theme of the first school dance in the history of Terrace
High. The theme was carried out by the friendly atmosphere that prevailed. The sole
purpose of the dance was to get the students acquainted.
The dance was staged by a social committee which met during summer and mode
plans for the back to school get-together. Entertainment was provided by Jim Brody
who sang and played the guitar. Curtis Goodman was the winner of a word contest
held using each letter in "Welcome."
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The Terrace Junior football
squad received a rough baptnsm
unto the strong Metropolntan Sec
ond Team League Although they
won only one game thus year they
ganned much valuable experuence
for next years Varsity competntlon
They won their game wuth lngra
ham the Leagues second place
Second Team Standmgs
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Hawks Make Debut In Metro Competition
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In The firsi game of ihe year, Dan Arnim
makes an end run for a gain of 40 yards.
Terry Lane fakes hand-05 from Bar-
ney Meyring in game against Lin-
coln. Lane gained 8 yards on the Barney Meyring passes off to Bob
piay for the Hawks. Eschrich for a 6 yard gain.
Third Team Standings
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Ballard . . . . . 5 O 'l
Shoreline . . . . 5 0 'l
TERRACE . . . . . 3 2 'l
Roosevelt . . . . 3 2 1
Edmonds . . . . . . 'I 4 T
lngraham . . . . 'l 4 T
Lincoln . . . O 6 0
ln the game with Lincoln, Terrace returned the opening kick-oft
22 yards and went on to a touchdown, and a victory. Richard
Hamilton is shown catching the pass for the conversion.
Clyde Roberts catches o pass over the goal line to give Ter
race's Third Team two extra points.
Third Team Scores
Terrace .... . . . 7 O .... . . Edmonds
Terrace .... . . . 6 6 . . Roosevelt
Terrace... ...'l9 0 .. lngraham
Terrace... . .. 6 T3 . . Ballard
Terrace. .. ... 0 18 ... .. Shoreline
Terrace .... . . .20 6 .. Lincoln
Sophomores Have Big Season
The hard-working sophomore squad had a real good season in the
Metropolitan League under coach Merle Blevins this year with three
Victories, two Losses, and a Tie. Squad members were, Qfrom left
to rightb FRONT ROW: Clyde Roberts, Mike Walker, Joe Demuth,
Don Light, Sam Beesley, Jim Morgan, Ray Glover, Jim Brady, Terry
McCann, Don Kimmel. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Hobbs, Dick Wolters,
Steve Alford, Jim Kosney, John Rhodes, Jerry Baptista, John Becker,
Jim Coombs, John Tobias, John Langseth. BACK ROW: John Koay,
Skip Sessions, Richard Hamilton, Rick Fontone, Larry McNary, Mel
McClintock, Herb Meyring.
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Stu Smuth dld a great 'ob nn Hawks tlrst season
John Garner has lent valuable assistance to
He says of coochlng athletucs are like o bank hea couch Sw Smnh HIS phlgosophy on
account YOU 997 buck Wnl' 'Mews' all You PU' coaching ns condltlomng equals morole morale
'mo 'l plus executlon equals a team wxn
Les Knrlxendorter head cross country coach
helped to popularuze thus young sport Accordlng
to coach Klrkendorter seconds really count
and ut as the lnttle thungs that save seconds
In Good Hands
Merle Blevms osslstant football coach headed
the vxctorlous squad He emphatically states
a boy gets from athletucs the exact amount
that he puts Into It
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The Terrace cross country team in its first season established itself as a future power in this part
of the state. FRONT ROW lleft to rightj Larry Nelson, Ed Massey, Paris Bendixsen,Terry Hawley,
John Coan. STANDING Dennis Hardy, Mike Myers, Don Kulle, Martin Jackson, Tom Ryberg, Pete
Seale, Dale Menghini, Coach Les Kirkendorfer.
Cross Country Starts Fast
Hawk harrlers start a race with Edmonds Te
Larry Nelson leads an unidentified Snohomish
,. runner with Martin Jackson In close pursuit
race runners in the foreground were Ed Massey
Tom Ryberg Mike Myers and Martin Jackson
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Thus years pepsters dad a greaf 'ob of sfarhng school splrlf and fradmon
A1 leH Vhey lead sfudenl cheers af a pep assembly They were arded by
rousung efforts of fhe pep band pucfured below
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Terrace Hugh was new and so were most of its cheers and songs orlgmafed by the pep crew above Cheer
leaders lleff fo rlghfj are Judy Hlckenboffom Karen Adams Marpe Homllion Cheryl Potter Charlene Tep
fer Pct Hardlsfy Barbara Palmer and Bob Glasgow
Enthusiasm and Traditions
Susan Murphy and
Pa Hardlsfy are
programs 1 Tolo
Shown hard at work are the members of ihe decora
fron commlfree under the guidance of the Gurls Club
Advusor Miss Carlson The dreamy decorations helped
so much to make our first Tolo a complete success
Pmciured ai left are ihe chalrrnen Yhaf contributed so
much fo making fhe hrs? Gurls Club Tolo a success
STANDING lleft io flghfl Margie Berirand Eva
Siarnes Claudia Suevert Ruihle Sherman and Kalhy
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Mid Inter Night Heralds Romantic Eve
One hundred eight couples attended Terrace High's
Ist Tolo. The theme of the dance was Mid-Winter
Night and it was carried out in a dreamy way with
dim lights, low fluffy clouds, and' the scent of pine
mingled in with the music of the popular MEMBERS."
It is hoped that the eftorts of many students to make
our first formal dance a success were appreciated by
all in attendance.
The music-makers ot the evening were the MEMBERS
Muss Joan Carlson
Gnrls Club Advisor
Not pucfured Barbara Woods Secretary
Boys and Girls Clubs
The Grrls Club got oft to a roarrng start thus flrst year
Tolo, a great success thus year was sponsored by the Girls
Club members Regulation which rs provided for all gurls of
Terrace Hugh, was put unto effect every Tuesday for the pur
helped nn the finances of the club
Grrls Club representatlves are left to right FRONT ROW Carol Younker Kay Wargnler
Laveta Russell Carol lmholte MIDDLE ROW Cheryl Harrns Julue Nygren Karen Adams Sharon
Baever Joan Errckson Leslie Lucas BACK ROW Gayle Porter Kathy H05 Lynn Brewbalxer
Kathy Silver and Manlyn Chrrsfensen
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Boys Club representatlves are left to rlght FRONT ROW Jerry Ulsund
Roy Wllson John Shurtz Tom Hedlund Robert Roberts MIDDLE ROW Jack
Wedelund Steve Moen Joe Marclnluewncz Don Kulle Tom Clark BACK ROW
Clint Hollingsworth Jeff Wilson Gene l"ussey Ed Ruosch Barney Meyrlng and
Have Successful Year
Boys always pay their debts The Boys Club pand therr debt to Gnrls Club by spon
sorlng The Thanksgrvmg Dance as a result of A S B card sale contest won by the gurls
The first actrvuty sponsored by the club sellmg Terrace puns and pennants made the
school sparkle with sperlt The club also supported the 'IOO mule club wlth a shurt for
each boy that ran lOO mules
At left Clunt Hollmgsworth Vuce Presudent At rrght Jerry Ulsund
Treasurer Not puctured Roy Wilson Secretary
Mr Smuth Boys Club Advusor
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Plctured above ns Mr Allverti the advisor of the Interim
Councll To the Iett JoAnn Hendrickson and Gene Hussey
represented the council In the Booster Club, o parent-
teocher group formed to help the student body.
Interim Council Forms Plan
The Interim Council found
much work to be done
during one of its meetings
which were held in the
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First semester Interim Council members were BACK ROW, left to right, Jerry Ulsund, Sam Beesley,
John Langseth, Dave Case, John McKinnon, George Sullivan, Gene Hussey, Dave Wahl, and Terry McCann.
MIDDLE ROW: Bob Eschrich, Claudia Sievert, Sara Atkins, Margie Hamilton, Greg Tutmark, and Joe Schmidt.
BOTTOM ROW: Ed Ruosch, Pam Ceis, Randi Davies, Diane Powers, JoAnn Hendrickson, and Ed Massey.
OHicers for the first quarter were Gene Hussey,
Vice Chairman, Bob Eschrich, Chairman, and
Greg Tutmark, treasurer. Not pictured, is Claudia
for Future Student Government
Second Quarter officers were Ed
Rousch, vice chairman, George Sul-
. livan, chairman, JoAnn Hendrickson,
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The Qualifications Committee consisted ot Greg Tutmark, Jo-
anne Hendrickson Jerry Ulsund and Gene Hussey, Chairman.
Students on the Interim Council were divided into cam
mittees to write the constitution of this new school
Randi Davies was the chairman of the Awards Com
mittee. From left to right are Mike Rentfrow, Sam Bees
ley, Ed Rousch, and Randi Davies.
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The Otticers and Student Council Committee in-
cluded Pam Cels Cheryl Harris Glenda Knapp,
Margie Hamilton Chairman and John McKinnon.
Chairman George Sullivan's Nominations and Elections
Committee included John Langseth, Sharon Baever,
Sara Atkins, and Ruthie Sherman.
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BACK ROW: Roy Wilson, George Winn, Bob Mann, Joe Schmidt,
Ed Besaw, Bob Stromberg, and Milton Maas, Usher Captain. SEC-
OND RONN: Clint Hollingsworth and Jon Becker. Tl-llRD ROW: Don
Kulle and Harry Chase. FRONT ROW: Tom Clark and Robert Bert,
Usher Corps Active at School Events
The Usher Corps, a newly formed organization,
was supervised by Mr. Wiggington. This group was
formed to aid students and adults at various activi-
ties such as football and basketball games, dances,
and iamborees. This well-organized group was very
reliable in their responsibilities. The school soon be-
came dependent upon them for the smooth running
of school events.
At left is Clint Hollings-
worth ushering students
Usher Corps Ad-
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Can gems be spared.
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Hawks Hustle IH Winter Sports
Leadership, Aid Given
Don Olson and John Shurtz football
managers, patch up the iniured arm
of sophomore quarterback, Richard
Merle Blevins, assistant bas-
ketball coach at Terrace
High, has been a coach for
10 years. He was a football
and basketball coach at Ed-
monds for two years. Prior
to this he was at Valley
High coaching football, bas-
ketball, and baseball. When
asked what, in his opinion,
made an athlete Coach Ble-
vins replied, "Hard work
and tremendous sacrifices."
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Roy Wilson, Mike Todd, and John
Tobias performed a hard and some-
times thankless task as basketball
managers, but they did a good job
Mr. Byron Nelson, Terrace
YMCA in Aberdeen coach-
ing their wrestling squad.
Coach Nelson has been
coaching in the Edmonds
district for three years.
High's wrestling coach, has
been two-time Pacific Coast
Collegiate Wrestling Cham-
pion. The tirst year Coach
Nelson won the champion-
ship was in 1953 when he
wrestled in the 147 pound
weight class. The second
was in 1955 when he wres-
tled in the 157 pound
weight class. After gradua-
tion from WSC he took a
coaching position with the
Coach Fox, Terrace High's head
basketball coach, has had 13
years. coaching experience. He
was head coach at Central Kit-
sap in basketball and baseball
for five years before coming to
Terrace. Coach Fox graduated
from Western Washington Col-
lege of Education and has re-
ceived his Masters degree in
Administration and Supervision.
With experienced leadership like
this our future basketball squads
should go tar.
Complete First Season
Rodger Van Spoor
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Kings Garden .
Kings Garden .
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North Kitsap . . .
Edmonds . . .
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Roosevelt . .
lngroham . . .
Jim Morgan, scores for the Hawks against North
Sam Beesly, number 32,
successfully evodes two
North Kitsap guards in an
attempt to score.
The first year of basketball at Terrace High
was closed with everyone looking to next
year when we will be playing varsity basket-
ball. Next year and in the years to come the
Terrace High Hawks will really make them-
selves known among the other Metro-League
schools. As a new school Terrace did very
well during their first year at basketball.
With a good junior varsity squad and a
strong sophomore team the future for bas-
ketball at Terrace High looks good. These
players coupled with a responsible coach-
ing staff are sure to be a formidable com-
bination in future seasons.
Dave Johnson, a Hawk
guard, battles two
North Kitsap players for
a rebound as Ed McKin-
non looks on.
The Terrace High sophomore basketball squad completed the season Seale, Jim Brady, Joe Dernuth, Rodger Cuttin. BLCK ROW Ray
with hopes running high for even o better year next year. The Glover, Skip Sessions, Roy Fullerton, Rich Hamilton, John Langseth,
players are from left to right, FRONT l2OX'i.' Dale Menghini, Pete Tony Armlin,
Sophomore Squad Completes First Season
Roy Fullerton, sophomore, is shown scoring
against Ballard with a iump shot despite Joe Demuth sinks a hook for two paints
the efforts of the opposing players. against Ballard.
Pldured above IS the Terrace wre rlung squad FRONT ROW llefi fo Ylgllll are Jack Wedeklng Clin? Hel
llngsworih Dan Smoofs John Shuriz Tom Clark Terry Hawley BACK ROW Evan Shull Jerry VanAnfwerp
Sidney Joy Bull Sprague Mike Hobbs Terry Lane Dave Thompson Duck Walter
Terry Lane 191 lb Terrace wrestler as shown puftung hrs man
Coach Nelson I5 shown workung with John Sfurfz an preparahon
In a preducameni worih 2 polnfs
for a coming mafch
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lnspuratlonal Award Wlnner
the referee looks on
Bob Reynolds a Terrace matman succeeds nn break
mg down his man
Terrace Hugh s wrestling squad fimshed nts first season wnth
a record that promuses even better thlngs to come Even
though the squad was mexperuenced they learned fast and
Under the leadershlp of Coach Byron Nelson who was hum
self a two tnme collegiate wrestlnng champ the Hawk wrestlers
future looks brnght Next year Terrace Hughs matmen prom
use to make the Northwest League slt up and take notnce
Jerry Van Antwerp
Runnerup for most VICTOYIES
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Above Roy Fullerton, Tony Armlin, and Mike Ross are shown practicing
dribbling the basketball across the gym. These boys and their teammates
won the intramural basketball championships.
Terry Hurd, Mike Hendrickson, and Larry McNary
are a few of the many participants of ping-pong.
the competing bowlers.
Boys' Intramurals Draws
To the left is Art Phelps, high point bowler of the bowling intromurals. ln the picture
below Art Phelps, Terry Hurd and Clif? Rinehart illustrate a few of the difterent forms of
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and Mr. Smith closely watching an intramural
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mural program. They were Mr. Garner, ping-pongg Mr.Moron, bowling,
Mr. Fox, basketball, ond Mr. Nelson, volleyball.
Boys' Intramurals are designed to give boys not regu-
larly participating in varsity sports a chance to ploy com-
petitively against one another. Throughout the year these
sports have attracted many boys. Some ot the sports
available were volleyball, basketball, bowling, ping-pong,
Up and over is the order in volleyball.
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Lorraune Day rolled o 252 the top score
for thus year
One gurl to an alley PLEASEIII Puctured above are Arlene
Learned Carol Learned Eva Starnes and Barbara Pal
mer members of one of the tcp teams
The Gurl s Athletuc Assocuatuon was organuzed
to stumulate better sportsmanshup through gurls
sports Play Day us the chuef prouect whereby
several gurls outstandung un volleyball basket
ball etc partucupate un Intramural sport meets
The enthusuasm dusplayed has made uts actuvu
The actuvutues of the gurls not only contrubute
to theur physucal well beung and theur sense of
faur play but also to guve them recognutuon
through theur pounts system and letter award
Januce Bergerson demonstrates the art of
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Good sportsmanshup us one of the most Important factors un an
Girls Excel in G. A. A.
Many girls were seen chasing after a
ball at Ping Pong time
Mrs Matson the instructor of GAA is shown at right spot
ting for Lorene Norris on the trampoline
At left are the managers of GAA. TOP ROW: Bonnie Ev-
bara Swenson, and Carol Learned. BOTTOM ROW: Kathy
Hoff, Pam Quay, Margie Bertrand, Sara Atkins.
All this fuss over a little o busketball997
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Opps, who's peeking? All the neophytes bow down to
letterwoman, Bonnie Evans, during their initiation.
S The letter sweater, the coveted goal that
all G.A.A. girls strive to attain.
Busy Femmes Become First Letter Winners
When Letterwomen's Club was begun this year, only one girl, Bonnie
Evans, had earned enough points from her sophomore participation at
Edmonds High to qualify. Other girls qualified during the year. To qualify
as a letterwoman, girls must have earned 1000 points from the various
sports held after school. The girls become neophytes and go through all
the fun and excitement of initiation.
Girls in the Letterwomen's Club demonstrated an interest in sports and
a high standrad of sportsmanship. The letterwomen pictured below are,
left to right, Kathy Hoff, Bonnie Evans, Pam Fosberg, Kathy Denby, Arlene
Learned, Kathy Silver and Carol Learned. Not pictured are Sherlie Miller,
and Barbara Swenson.
Under the good spirits and guidance of
Mrs. Matson many girls participated in
the Girls' Athletic Association after school
sports and became letterwomen.
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Pictured above Terrace High's first Lettermen. They are Cleft to
rightj FRONT ROW: Bob Cardwell, Gene Hussey, secretary-Treasurer,
Pat Powers, Barney Meyring, Jerry Van Antwerp, Larry Hodges, Bob
Eschrich, president, Dan Meyers, vice-president, Jerry Ulsund, Mike
Meyers, Ed Massey. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Morgan, Milne Todd, Don
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Rex Widener, Roger Van Spoof, Sam Beesley,
ROVV: Don Seeber, Dick Walters, John Cohen,
McKinnon, Dave Johnson, Paris Bendixsen, Terry
Shurtz, Evan Shull,
Don Smoots. BACK
Ed McKinnon, John
Hawley, Dan Arnim,
'60-'6I Hawks Earn First Letters
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Top Students Honored
These students were shosen this year as members of the National Honor Society. They
were selected by the faculty according to their merits of scholarship, leadership, service,
and character. lt is the purpose ot the National Honor Society to create an enthusiasm
for scholarship throughout school, to encourage a desire on the part of the students to
render service to the school and the community, and to promote potential elements of
K' Susan Arnquist
Y? Bob Eschrich
X V John Arnquist
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A Joe Schmidt
' ' Bob Ecklebarger
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bl., Barbara Meadows
Sharon Baever Sha,-on Fell
The '60-'6'l Clarion Award was pre'
sented to George Sullivan for making
the most outstanding contribution in
the field of publications.
Gutstanding Journalists Honored
Quill and Scroll, an international honorary society for high school iournalists, has over
seven thousand chapters spread throughout every state of the Union, the Philippines,
and a dozen foreign countries. The charter members of this organization were selected
this year by the publications' advisor, Mr. Adams. ln order to quality for membership
in this honor society the student must be a iunior or senior, be in the upper third of his
class, and have done superior work in some phase of journalism.
Barbara Rupp George Sullivan
Janice Bergerson and Rufhie Sherman
Tony Armlin and Pairicia Reed
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Members of the Tempo staff are pictured above. BACK ROW lleft
to rightl John Murray, Carol Albers, Patti Bonney, Janice Bergerson,
Larry Nelson, and Tony Armlin. FRONT ROW: Patricia Reed,
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Tempo Tells First Year Tale
The 1961 Tempo tells the story of our first year at Terrace
High with stories and pictures. The inexperienced staff mem-
bers learned the skills of constructing an annual under the
supervision of five editors and the staff advisor, Mr. Adams.
Working steadily to meet deadlines, each student had a re-
sponsibility to fulfill, often spending afternoons and evenings
Mr. Adams and Cheryl Potter
completing their iobs. Drawing layouts, mounting pictures, sel-
ling ads, and writing copy were all a part of putting together
Larry Nelson and Carol Albers
Barbara Rupp, second semester associate editor, and Jerry
Ulsund, her predecessor, examine the assignment sheets for
the next page.
Above Sharon Fell, second semese
ter feature editor, and Linda French,
her predecessor check a negative
ofthe Hawkeye page.
At right Greg Tutrnark, staff
photographer, is working in
the dark room. Becky Gelin-
eau, morgue director, and
Cheryl Lee, circulation man-
ager, check their tiles.
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Bob Cardwell, sports editor, and Dave
Thompson, assistant sports editor, work on
a paste-up page.
first semester Editor
second semester Co-editor
second semester Co-editor
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As the only school paper in the area that prints its
own paper, the Hawkeye has done very well. By
printing their own paper, the stat? does not have to
use a large portion of the paper for ads to finance
its operation. From a small stapled issue with head-
line problems the Hawkeye has advanced to a pro-
fessional appearing lolded paper.
Janice Costa, head typist, is pre-
paring for the next issue of the
Journalists Publish "Homemade" Paper
The Hawkeye stat? takes time out to oblige the camera man. From left to right, BACK ROVV: George I if
Sullivan, Jerry Ulsund, Janice Costa, Bob Cardwell, Linda French, Susan Murphy, Dave Thompson,
FRONT ROW: Kevin McCready, Cheryl Lee, Arlene Learned, Barb Swenson, Joan Erickson, Barb I
Rupp, Sharon Fell, not pictured Patty Hardisty. At left Mr. Gene Adams, publications advisor, makes
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The Ski Club members are lleft to rightl FRONT ROW: Barney Meyring, presi-
dent, Janice Bergersen, secretary, Gene Hussey, vice-president. SECOND
ROW: Lesley Partridge, Sue Overstreet, Sharon Fell, Barb Rupp, Linda Jones,
Susan Stick. TH'RD RONN: Gayle Porter, Jocille Miglorie, Karen Irby, Pat Hard-
isty, Kathy Silver, Judy Hickenbottom, Barbara Meadows, Carol Lindbloom.
FOURTH ROW: Bill Sprague, Herb Meyring, Joan Erickson, Mike Ferguson,
Carol Cole, Barbara Palmer, Dan Arnim, Jerry Ulsund. FIFTH ROW: Leonard
Spain, Jerry Van Antwerp, Greg Tutmark, Mike Walker, Steve Alford, and
Members of the Future Teachers of America Club are
Cleft to rightl FIRST ROW: Judy Christiana, Barb Rupp,
Arlene Learned, Barbara Palmer. SECOND ROW: Carol
Learned, Eva Starnes, Kathy Hoff, Judy Knorr. THIRD
ROW: Susan Murphy, Linda Sinrud, Ardis Manfrida, Gail
McKinnon. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Fell, Linda Jones,
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FRONT ROVV Cleft to rightly Karen Kingsley, Sara Atkins,
Margie Bertrand. SECOND ROW: Barbara Shierk,
Glenda Macumber, Barbara Murphy, Sherry Ford, Linda
French, Susan Murphy, Judy Knorr. THIRD ROW: Pam
Simmons, Carol Learned, Eva Stcrnes, Carol Smith, Marie
Mack, Joyce Knutson, Nancy Engelhart, Nancy Cessarini,
Linda Sinrud, and Carol Lindbloom.
Terrace scientists belonging to the Chemistry Club were ileft
to rightl FRONT ROW: Ken Amundson, Dave Case, George
Winn, John Arnquist. SECOND ROW: Sid Joy, Claudia Sie-
vert, Joan Erickson, Terry Hurd, Joe Marcinkiewicz. THIRD
ROW: Ed Massey, John Wagaman, Jim Honeycutt, Mike Rent-
frow, Bob McCulIa, George Sullivan, and Doug Knutson.
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Shown above are the activities ottices in the student union building.
Activities Surpass Expectations
Due to the participation of many students, activities got
oft to a good start this year. Several clubs were formed,
providing activities for a variety of interests.
The enthusiastic members, with the help of their advisors,
attained many goals this year and are anxiously awaiting
next year, when their membership will have a chance to
Mr. Aliverti, the activities co-ordinator, said he thought
the clubs this year were great, and that he anticipates more
next year when the student body increases.
The clubs range from the F.T.A. to the 'IOO mile club, and
all have advisors or sponsors to guide them. A charter
membership of ten is required for each club. Meetings are
usually held at school to plan their various activities.
Mr. Aliverti, activities co-ordinator, was
very helpful in this first year of planning
and organizing the clubs.
The boys ot left ran 100 miles. to qualify
for the l00 Mile Club. They are Cleft to
rightl FRONT ROW: Charlie Debruler, Ed
Massey, Paris Bendixsen, Milne Meyers.
SECOND ROVV: Larry Nelson, Pete Seale,
Terry Hawley, Tom Ryberg, John Coon,
Dale Menghini. THIRD ROW: Don Kulle and
Variety of Dances Provide
Sharon Fisher and Glenda Knapp e
ferfamed siudenis by smgxng af ihe
Funny Valentine dance put on by fhe
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tles a variety of dances were held ln which
John Rhodes IS pictured above helping out for The students pClI'TIClpClleCl Wl'lOl6l1eCIl'fedly
Whether the dance was formal or lust a
sock hop after a game the students were
stall filled with the usual excitement of hav
Thanks to the efforts of the sponsors the
chaperones the faculty and the general at
tntude of the students the dances have been
a tremendous success
Enjoyment for Students
After the North Kvtsap game many students had fun by attendmg the sock hop
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To make the world magnificent.
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Members of the Carillon Choir were as follows: FIRST ROW: Carol Metvler, Calhy Schumacher, Carol Dahl-
gren, Bob Eschrich, Jim Brady, Jack Prigger, Bill Lasich, Sue King, Marilyn Christensen, Linda Braga. SEC-
OND ROW: Kafhleen Cain, Maria Mack, Sherlie Miller, Bob Glasgow, Gene Hussey, Bob Sfromberg, Dave
Johnson, Ed, Ruosch, Carol McKee, Jeanne Roche, Glenda Knapp. THIRD ROW: Chris King, Janna Millage,
Sharon Peferson, Ronda Davies, Dan Myers, John Langseth, Dave Holcomb, Skip Sessions, Sam Beesley, Jim
Coombs, Sharon Baever, Sharon Fisher, Carol Tuifle, Carole Lamb, Geri Roche. FOURTH ROW: Dianne
Summers, Eva Starnes, Kris Thorgaard, Kathy Hoff, Ron Bingham, Dan Arnim, John Rhodes, Larry Hodges,
Joe Marcinkiewicz, Joan Erickson, Pam Fosberg, Carol Cole, Ellen Dawson.
Vocalists Huge Success
Members of the Chorus were as follows: FIRST ROW: Judi Rairdon, Carol Greene,
Sandy Spanfelner, Janet Morse, Barbara Woods, Karen Irby, Sonia Arns, Gloria Rose,
Carol Goodrich, Paulehe Fox. SECOND ROW: Sheryl Hohl, Candy Fritz, Darlene x
Shimokon, Karen McFarland, Mike Kennedy, Jerry Hurley, Roy Wilson, Mary Jo Rol- pl
lag, Jan Hurlbui. THIRD ROW: Karen Handegard, Charolefr Larsen, Carol Lindbloom,
Sharon Hendrickson, Jim Williams, Jeff Wilson, Dave Becker, Faye DeLap, Kathy
Nu rre, Colleen Pearson.
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The Carillon Choir is shown performing at its first
concert. The success of the Choir was proved at the
Winter Concert by the many rounds of applause
from the audience,
The Dynamics, pictured above, consisted of selected students
from the Choir. They performed before various audiences rang-
ing from concerts to banquets. The members were as follows:
FIRST ROW: Chris King, Pam Fosberg, Joan Erickson, Ellen Daw-
son, Glenda Knapp, Sharon Fisher, Sharon Peterson, Randa
Davies. SECOND ROW: Sharon Baever, Janna Millage, Kris
Thorgaard, Kathy Hott, Patti Bonney. THIRD ROW: Jim Brady,
Joe Mcrcinkiewicz, John Langseth, Sam Beesley, Bob Glasgow.
FOURTH ROW: Dan Arnim, Ron Bingham, Bob Stromberg, Skip
Sessions, Gene Hussey, Jerry Ulsund, Dave Johnson.
Eva Starnes, student director, took over for
Mr. Aliverti many times.
John Langseth, student director.
The members of the band were:
BACK ROW: John Wagaman, John
McKinnon, and Ed Besaw. SECOND
ROW: Dick Walter, Robbie Roberts,
Tom Olson, Bob Roberts, Peter
Seale, Don Kulle, Bob Berthiaume,
Joe Marcinkiewicz. THIRD ROW:
Chuck Debruler, Sue Myers, Jim
Brady, Bob Ecklebarger, Jack Sum-
merson, Lloyd Finnerin, John Coon,
Bill Brown. FOURTH ROW: Kathy
Rentfrow, Barbara Palmer, Carol
Smith, Ray Glover, Greg Tutmark,
Jerry Bapista. FRONT ROW: Pat
Patow, John Langseth, Barb Mea-
dows, Dale Menghini, Kathy Denby,
Even though they were small in number, the band, introduced as "The Roaring 29"
received a great amount of applause during performance.
Not only did the members of the band acquire better knowl-
edge of instruments, but they also learned to follow a director,
work in a group as a whole, and work under pressure. Mr. Ali-
verti, director, drove himself and his students until perfection was
at last maintained. The music department, as well as the students
and faculty, were extremely proud of the band at all three con-
certs. The members showed an enthusiasm that isn't always found
in a high school band. This enthusiasm helped the new band to
get off to a real good start in its first year.
Music Makers Great
Due to the lack of students for the orchestra
from Terrace High, THS students ioined the
District Orchestra. This orchestra consisted of
students from Terrace and Edmonds, The stu-
dents from Terrace were as follows: Martin
Jackson, Cheryl Harris, Judy Carlson, Karen
Adams, Pam Foster, Pat O'Connor, Lorene
Norris, Paul Wilcox, and Ellen Dawson, Con-
Manyhours spent in Tuesday night
rehearsals made the District Orches-
tra a talented organization. Mr. An-
derson and his students put in the
effort necessary to perfect their selec-
tions for performance.
Success in First Year
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Under the leadership of Mr.
Robert Anderson, the high school
orchestra, as an organization, has
grown from a small group at Ed-
monds High to a large and highly
respected district wide orchestra.
Mr. Anderson, long a well-known
director and instructor in this area,
has continually raised the quality
of concert music in the Edmonds
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Mrs. Savage meets inmates in the asylum.
Titus tries to make Jeff reveal what he did with the
Miss Willy Presents the burnt
Mrs. Savage relates the story of her
life to inmates.
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Shown in a scene from "The Curious Savage" are from left to right: Glenda Knapp as Lily Belle, Joyce
Knudsen as Florence, Cheryl Harris as Miss Willy, Pat Reed as Mrs. Savage, Kevin McCready as Senator
Titus, George Winn as Dr. Emmet, Barbara Simpson as Mrs. Paddy, Ed Ruosch as Samuel, Maria Mack as
Fairy May and Gary Cruz as Jeff. Not pictured is Gene Hussey as Hannibal.
Budding Dramatists in
"The Curious Savage"
"The Curious Savage," a delightful and dramatic
play dealing with the mentally ill was presented on
March 17. This was the first play performed at Terrace
and proved to be a big hit. An inexperienced cast gave
an outstanding performance.
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As the play closes Mrs. Savage leaves the asylum.
The plot centers around Mrs. Savage who tries using
her late husband's estate to set up a charity. Her selfish
children tried to get the money by sending Mrs. Savage
to an asylum. The asylum harbored a strange, but kind
group who added humor to the play.
Much credit for the success of the play is given to the directors,
Mr. Hatch ileftl and Mr. Wigington Crightl. Also giving a helping
hand were student director, Crys Campbell CCenter leftj and prop-
erty director, Sharon Fisher lcenter rightt.
The people in the make-up club were fortunate
in having Miss Balch as their advisor. Ale
though the students had no experience they
came through very well.
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No play could be presented without the unseen heroes ot X
back stage These are of course the stage and lighting crew .'
and the make up club These students worked night after night -
trying to perfect their 'obs Without these students there - 5 u
would have been no play
Pictured above are the energetic members of the stage Willis Bullard and Wayne Haugen dl a fine 'ob o
crew The boys STANDING Dan Bell Mike Awtrey SlT the lights for the allschool play
TING Bull Dohlman Eric Mnllholland Terry Hurd
Plctured above are the 'nembers of the Debate team From left to rlght Mrlce Lasnch Roxanna Nelson
Make Kennedy Pat Patow
Debate Scores In First Year
Under the supervlsnon of Mr Wxgxngton Debate proved to be one of the
most Interesting clubs at Terrace Hugh Debate Club IS a valuable actuvlty
which furthers knowledge and composure In public speaknng The debate
team IS comprised of slx members
Mnke Kennedy and Terry Hurd Debate
Carol Imholt and Roxanna Nelson pre
parmg for their next debate
Pat Patow reviews her notes
Mr Wlgnngton IS debate club advlsor
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Members of the decorations are John Murray,
chairman, BACK ROW, left to right: Alice
Brown, Dave Thompson, Lynn Brewbaker,
Judy Knorr, and Judy Christiana. FRONT
ROVV, Linda French, Sherry Ford, Barbara
Murphy, Patty Hardisty, Susan Murphy, Jo-
Ann Hendrickson, Judy Hickenbottom, and
Greg Tutmurk, both the
and the committee, la-
bors over the punch for
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Thinking up ideas for Prom entertainment are f
Joan Erickson, Linda Choate, Becky Gelineau,
rom left to right:
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George Sullivan, chairman of programs, along with his
committee, from left to right: Kay Wargnier, Ruth Weiss
Ruthie Sherman, Barbara Swenson, and Becky Gelineou
v sketches a sample program.
Due to Much Work
Linda Jones was chairman of The ticket
commiffee consisfing of from left ro righf:
Sherry Ford Barbara Shierk Jocille Mi-
glorie Karen Kingsley Linda French
Carole Ccrper Lindo Sinrucl and Sharon
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Gene Hussey, utility , QNX
Bob Cardwell, outfield 'A
Future Bright for
Dave Johnson puts ci tog on Milton
Maas sliding into second bose dur-
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Pictured below are the first Hawk Diamondmen. FRONT ROW, left to right: Gene Hussey, Dan Myers, Bob
Glasgow, Terry Tibke, Dick Towner, Bob Cardwell, Terry Lane. MIDDLE ROVV: Don Bowe, John Woodruff,
Milton Maas, Rick Fontaine, Rodger Cuttin, Ken Wilson, Clyde Roberts. BACK ROW: Dan Smoots, John To-
bias, Tony Yoder, Larry Cessarini, Dave Johnson, Ray Glover, John Langseth.
Hawk Diamond Squad
Dan Smoots is shown in one of the
Coach John Garner
is shown directing
the activity of the
Coach Sfu Smlfh
Roger Von Spoof
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righi they are: FRONT ROW, Paris Bendixsen, Barney Meyring, Dan
Arnim, Tom Ryberg, Craig Hania, Roger Van Spoor, Evan Shull,
Dennis Orvold, and manager Joe Barnefi. SECOND ROW, Jeff
Wilson, Mike Hendrickson, John McKinnon, Doug Knuison, Ron Han-
sen, Joe Marcinkiewicz, Ed McKinnon, and Som Beesley. THIRD ROW,
Joe Schmidt, Roy Wilson, Herb Meyring Rich Hamilton Don Lighi
Jerry Ulsund, Greg Tufmark, Bob Eschrich Jim Morgan and Jack
Prigger. TOP ROW, John Coan Terry McCann Jim Brady Dale
Menghini, Joe Demuih, Milce Hobbs Jim Guckean Jim Kosney Don
Hawk Tracksters Finish Season Strong
A variety of assemblies that provided for education,
entertainment, and iust plain "fun" were staged this
year through the planning of Mr. Aliverti, activities co-
ordinator, and the general cooperation of the student
Well-planned assemblies are beneficial to students in
helping them view many aspects of activities and vo-
cations as well as for enjoyment,
The scope of the assemblies oftered a wide range from
things such as the W.S.U. Orchestra, the U.W. Gymnas-
tic's Team and Mike Hobies Shakey City Seven iazz
ucational speech on Americanism H
ended his speech by singing This l My
Mr Norman is pictured speaking at Terrace Highs
first assembly This was the forerunner of many other
interesting assemblies to follow
First Year at Terrace
Karen Adams is seen above leading a song in a pep
assembly Pepsters found this a good way of rousing
Mike Hobie and his Shakey City Seven entertained the
student body in a 'azz assembly
The Univer ity of Washington Gymnastics Team is plc
tured above nn an action packed assembly in which
they entertained students
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Achon on the parallel bars illustrates some of the
sfunls that the University of Washinglon Gymnashcs
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ing Orcheslra gave a beauiiful perform-
ance on a variely of music primarily clas-
sical. The sfudents were transformed into
quiet music lovers and were complimenfecl
by the direcfor as being a good audience.
Bob Glasgow Eva Sfarnes and
Bob Eschrich are pxcfured above
In a loan! Boys and Girls Club
Kenlh Jackson well known tele
vision personalufy spoke The
Price We Have To Pay fo an af
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At the change of the semester the firs? class officers for the first graduating class of
Terrace Hugh were eleciecl Clockwlse they are Dave Johnson, treosurerg Gene Hussey
president Claudia Sueverl secretory and Greg Turmark vice president.
Juniors Set Pace
During First Year.
Lily Ann Ellison
Joe Lu schen
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urer John Langseth vice presldert and Sam Beesley
Sophomores Show Enthusiasm
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BALLINGER BQWL PLAZA BARBER SHOP
20202 Ballinger Road 2310956111 Wes'
RpGAL CLEANERS Mounflqke Terrace Em 3 6982 Mountloke Terrace Pr 8 7400
MOUNTLAKE APPLIANCE SERVICE
Bollunger Shopping Center
20058 Bollinger Road, Em. 2-1457
Area Merchants Host
196 S.W. 36th. Wes?
Alderwood Manor Pr
TOTEM SHOE STORE LYNNWOOD LUMBER
Shoes for the entire family Everything for ihe builder"
Lynnwood Shopping Cenfer Pr 8 0969 19901 Highway 99 Pr. 8-3344
Pr 8-2841 COY'S TERRACE BARBER SHOP
g 205th and Ballinger Road
MARLIN OFFICE AND ART SUPPLY
Lynnwood Shopping Cenfer
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LYNNWOOD HARDWARE 8- SPORTS CENTER
Lynnwood Shopping Center
MARTIN FUEL COMPANY INC.
Lynnwood Shopping Center
LOOP RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION
16808 Highway 99
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SUMMERS PLAZA DRUGS KEN'S DRIVE-IN
"The home of the world famous producisu 1531 5351205
Mountloke Terrace Pr. 8-1154 Lower Terrace Em. 2.9700
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EVERETT TERRACE REALTY COMPANY
"Snohomish Counry's largest and oldest home-owned bank" 23008 West 56111
Lynnwood Branch Pr. 6-1141 94 Mounilcke Terrace Pr. 8-1161
SNO-KING BAKERY LYNNWOOD FLORAL
"Specializing in Wedding ond Por?y cakes" "For QII your floral needs"
20054 Boilinger Wcy Em. 2-0555 Lynnwood Shopping Center Pr. 6-2266
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LYNNWOOD 884 CENTER BAL-.WAY HARDWARE
HN07L'iV'9 OVEV 88511 "Paint ond decorofing center"
5119-196 S.W. Lynnwood Pr. 6-1600 96 20230 Bgllinger Road Em, 2-1212
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JIM PALM AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY ROBERTS 5TUD'O
Publishers ofthe Tempo 2435 W. l52nd Seattle, Wash. Ch. 2-6440
Honnubul Mussouru Photographers for the Tempo
BEN FRANKI.lN'S STORE PARK OIL COMPANY
"Locally Owned-Nationally Known" "Automatic refill ond Budget terms"
Lynnwood Shopping Center Pr. 6-7307 97 Mounflqke Terrace Pr, S-3106
EVERYBODYS DEPARTMENT STORE ECH BURNER OIL INC
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The staft of Terrace High s first Tempo owes a debt of gratitude to
many individuals and groups who assisted us in the publication of our
We are very appreciative of the cooperation and suggestions
rendered by Mr. Jim Palm sales representative for American Year-
book Company the publishers ofthe Tempo and S.K. Smith Company
When we needed pictures Roberts Studio our photographers were
quick to the rescue Their cooperative attitude was sincerely appreciated
The publication of the Tempo was an easier task as the result of
the assistance given by the administration and faculty of Terrace High
Members of the staff like all Terrace students have learned a great
deal and profited from their experiences in our first year at a new
success and to thank you for your help with the Tempo
The Tempo Stafif
school. We wish to congratulate you, the students, on your first years
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