Mount Baker High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Deming, WA)
- Class of 1955
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Associated Student Body
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. Arley Haug
. Nancy Ziegler
. Peggy St. James
. Marjorie Murray
Mrs. D. B. Griffen
Mr. Thomas Winsor
"He who ascends To mounTain-Tops shall find The loTTiesT peaks mosT
wrapf in clouds and snow.
He who supasses or subdues mankind musT look down on The haTe of
Those below." Byron
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"TexTure" was a word originally applied To fabrics only, ThaT
is, To Things woven. Now iT is used To refer To The surface of all
maTerials in Two ways: KU The manner of sTrucTure in organizaTion
of parficles of a body or subsTance, and KQJ To iTs surface appearance,
which expresses To The eye iTs real sTrucTure. ln an arTisTic composi-
Tion, sTrucTure would be The resulT of The arTisT's blending of elemenTs,
such as parTs in music, The brushwork in a picTure, The web and
weave of a fabric, or The gloss of a painTed wall.
Indoor TexTure is perhaps The mosT familiar To us, buT when we
look ouTdoors we find a vasTness of varieTy, defying descripTion.
Here we have The roughness of bark, The cold sharpness of sTone,
The velveTy peTals of flowers, and weT sofTness of snow or The
prickly needles of a pine.
Since we wished To use This Term as The connecTing Thread of
our book, we discovered The endless elemenTs ThaT make up The Tex-
Tures used in school life. Every deparTmenT could be- symbolized
Through TexTures. Even people seemed To find a niche, pupils and
We found sofTness, roughness, coldness, hardness, smooThness,
and oTher qualiTies.
We wandered from The silver of fluTes, To velveT draperies,
meTal Typewrifers To pigskin balls and wooden bafs To feaThered
IT has been said ThaT TexTure Today is The facTor which creafes
The design of modern living and The "decoraTive" in all our paTTerns
wheTher These paTTerns are for sTreamlined cars or fooTball helmeTs.
So as you Thumb Through These pages we hope ThaT The Tex-
Tures of The symbols we have used may noT only give you The feeling
of The secTions which follow, buT also arouse in you an awareness
of all TexTures which surround you and of Their imporfance in our
To Daisy B. Gritten, our beloved Art Instructor, we
dedicate This Annual. Her kindness, understanding, sincerity,
and gentleness are among those qualities of texture which
have endeared Mrs. Gritfen to the many students who have
worked under her guidance over the years at Mount Baker
Picture by Mr. Bronson
"Let us have faith that right makes might and in
that faith let us to the end, clare to do our duty
as We understand it." -Lincoln
WILLIAM I. CASTLES
THOMAS K. WINSOR
C. E. REDFIELD
Several changes have been made in some administrative positions this
past year and due to late date of vacancies filled, pictures were not available.
Mr. Blickenstatt retired after serving six years and Mr. Kermit Sande was
elected to till this position. Mr. Gay resigned in November and Mr. Richner
was appointed in his place and later elected by the district.
Mr. Sande resides in the Lawrence community and Mr. Richner in the
Welcome area. We wish these gentlemen good luck and hope to have their
pictures in next year's "Mountaineer."
Chairman ot the Board
Secretary . X
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Left to right: Duane Jacoby-Vice President, Mr. Winsor-Adviser, Ross Allen-Parliamentarian, Lois Gay
Assistant Treasurer, Judy Smith-Treasurer, John Hayes-President, Jackie Vanderyacht-Business Manager
Of the various executive abilities, no one excited more anxious concern
than that of placing the interests of our fellow citizens in the hands of honest
men, with understanding sufficient for their stations. No duty is at the same time
more difficult to fulfill . . -Jefferson.
Sitting, left to right: John Hayes,
Peggy St. James, Dorothy Giarde, Lois
Gay, Judy Smith, Ann Ryan, Jim
Standing, left to right: Henry Zen-
der, Henry Maleng, Duane Jacoby,
Jackie Vanderyacht, Arley Haug, Ross
Allen, Tamara Townley, Don Rutt,
Kenneth Johnson, Belva Kelley, Terry
Sitting, left to right: Sharon Eng-
holm, Lois Hanson, Jean Moody, Nancy
Giarde, Dale Unger.
Standing, left to right: Mike Hetter-
Iey, Don Anderson, Larry Hillard, Jack
Fuller, John Bird.
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Mary Joyce Fekefy
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Mary Lou Young
Harlene Jensen Beard
Peggy ST. James
Mary Lee Dusfin
Whatever lite may bring you,
"God" will ring true to you:
Star in your sky-
Food in your store-
Staff in your hand-
Friend by your side-
Light on your path-
Joy in your heart-
ln your ears music-
ln your mouth songs.
Yes, rapid as your race may run,
And scorching as may shine your sun,
And bitter as may blow your blast,
And lonely as your lot be cast-
Whatever lite may bring to you,
"God" will aye ring true to you.
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Uon Undeen, a graduating
senior, moved 3 weeks before
commencement. Picture on
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iSenior activities are listed on page
Science Club Council
A. S. B. President
F, H, A, Knights of Baker
Cho,-Us Letter Club
Bausch and Lomb Science Plaque Elks Award
Citizen of Month
Outstanding Science Student
PAT GUNTER JOHN HAYES
MARY JOYCE FEKETY ROSS ALLEN DUANE JACOBY ROGER KVAMME
Chairman of Program Committee F. F. A. President A. S. B. Vice President Senior Class President
Letter Club Secretary-Treasurer A. S. B. Parliamentarian F. F. A. Secretary F- IF- A- VICG PfeS'denf
Torch Honor Torch Honor Knights of Baker-Secretary- Ski Club
F. H. A. Treasurer Letter Club Treasurer Kf1lQl"T Of -Baker
Pep Club Knights of Baker Boys' State Honor SocietY
Top row, left to
right: Mary Joyce
Fekety, Duane Ja-
coby, Ross Allen,
State Farmer Degree
Science Club President
F. H. A.-Hero
Bottom row, left
to right, B r u c e
gy St. James Sob-
iack, Belva Kelley,
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BRUCE PRENDERGAST MARGARET JEAN ST.
F. F. A.
Annual Business Manager
Science Club Council
National Scholastic Art Winner-
Special Art Award at Pittsburgh
F. H. A. President
Winner in National Betty
F. H. A. Vice President
Citizen of Month
Row T: J. Conger, G. Hayes, V. Place, K. Zender, L. Rauch, N. Ziegler, Row 4: R. Lovelace, B. Suddufh, L. Kuipers, J. Copes, D. Rutt,
K. Kvamme. M. Kirschman, B, Athearn.
Row 2: T. Unger, A. Turcoft, R. McColIum, C. Bird, K. Maleng, L. Gay, Row 5: J. Mezo, B. Biesheuval, L. Calvin, D. Stafford, R. Muilen,
R. Bowhay. C. Mellott, R. Tuck.
Row 3: R. Hockeft, B. Orr, F. Adams, M. Johnson, E. Maleng, Row 6: B. Ryan, J. Huesfon, D. Hanneman, M. Fullner.
C. Nyhus, A. Undeen.
Row 1: G. Tyler, J. Scutvick, J. Holdt, D. Cairns, D. Schenck, Row 4: K. Ronk, A. Dixon, G. Bakke, G. Sevier, K. Johnson, P. Cole,
C. Sf. James, E. Ray. C, Ramgden,
Row 2: J. Quillen, B. Migsiean, R, Pearggnl E, Failoyf R, Littlefield, Row 5: J. Buckenmeyer, C. De-Visscher, E. Bell, L. Murray, W. Decker,
P, Spreadborgughl C, Griffith. L. Francisco, J. Morgan.
Row 6 T Ba J. Moore, J. Barter, J. Nims.
Row 3: R. Klander, C- Moors, R. Bakke, M. Kramer, F. Russell, i ' V'
M. Murray, F. Smith.
Row l: J. Johnson, D. Barter, M. Coffell, P. Wheeler, Row 4: V. Chase, T. Compton, P. Shoemaker, L. Nienaber
R. Nelson, M. Chase, L. Halderson. K. Morris, H. Gudde, B. Kelley.
Row 2: C. Miller, P. Butler, D. Snyder, J. Henning, A. Howell, Row 5: H. Straka, E. Webber, J. Zender, M. Nims, J. Hockeff
E. Johnson, S. Jordan. M. Kuipers, J. Stuart.
Row 3: B. Burpee, S. Nyhus, R. Griffith, P. Mellick, Row 6: J. Jimmy, J. Harkness, C. Bronson, O. Needham.
P. Mitchell, J. Sfarkovich, G. Hedberg.
Row 1, left lo right: R. Jacoby, S. Jones, R, Williams, Row A: J. Vanderyachf, J. Adams, J. Lawson, B. Blockley,
K. Verkisl, A. Johanson, A. Denson, J. Williams. M. Undeen, D. Cooper, H. Jones.
Row 2: G. Denny, F. Straka, D. Cooper, D. Braifhwaite, Row 5: C. Workman, S. McBride, W. Cooper, N. Hanneman,
S. Galbraith, D. Brown, M. Pefley. J. Ruchty, P. Buckenmeyer, D. Fresia.
Row 3: L. Nienaber, G. Rensink, D. Marr, J. Dickman, Row 6: A. Ryan, J. Tuck, G. Craver, J. Young.
R. Smarf, E. Sfamey, S. Ethridge.
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Row 1, left to right: M. Lanclreth, R. Lovelace, T. Gay, D. Johnson, M- Brooks, R- Howemf P- lmpefof C- DCUSOFM B- BFOWFL R- Fl0TVe,
Row 2, left to right: L. Larson, L. Crutcher, J. Fuller, S. Gorden, A. Anderson, D. Hamilton, E. Hall, J. Johnson, G. Cooper, R. Martinson,
G. Kley, T. Kveven. Row 3, left to right: L. Jacoby, D. Beard, R. Clark, G. Espeland, D. Butcher, H. Elkins, J. Lynn, W. Hetterly,
G. Knaus, l. Brown.
Row l: left to right: A. Theisen, E. Verkist, T. Watson, D. Ryan, A Spreadborough, M. Todd, D. Sytsma, P. Rathien, R. Nelson, D. Mor-
gan. Row 2, left to right: J. Sevier, W. Rouleau, M. Monaghan, B. Sweitzer, N. Turcott, J. Wahl, T. Tidmarsh, P. Sherin, P. Wales,
B. Pettigrew, D. Stafford, L. Applegate, J. Solberg. Row 3, left to right: J. Wickwire. M. Reitan, R. Stone, R. Scott, L. Culver, L. Wheel-
er, J. Thompson, C. Sygitowicz, J. Minge, L. Hoffman, B. Meyer.
Row 1, left to right: J. Lamoureaux, D. Anderson, A. Chase, J. Orr, N. Gierde, S. Richner, S. Clark, J. Nesbitt, E. Hatchman. Row 2, left
to right: V. Brock, S. Galbraith, C. Larson, A. Allison, J. Kirschman,, J. Bowhay, L. Lindstrom, P. Mezo. Row 3, left to right: J. Murphy,
C. Grappe, G. Jacobs, D. Atkinson, E. McGillivray, H. Pefley, J. Helgesen, B. Gerling, J. Jones.
Row l, left to right: M. Park, M. Minge, L. Russell, C. Gile, T. Spreadborough, B. Alex, R. Denson, J. Nevins, G. Cook, D. Hedberg
Row 2, left to right: J. Klander, L. Johnson, L. Sygitowicz, L. Duling, C. O'Hara, L. Hanneman, N. Vanderyacht, J. Eldred, J. Moody,
J. Roberts, S. Williams. Row 3, left to right: D. Athearn, S. Bush, J. Burgess, S. Orne, D. Moore, T. Haugen, D. McClue, C. Deyon,
R. Reamer, A. Sperry.
Row l, left to right: D. Blockley, P. Mezo, K. Johnson, D. Streeter, F. Heykamp, D. Gay, R. Baker, D. Syre, G. St. James,
Row 2, left to right: G. Jerns, B. Sudcluth, K. Sherin, N. Hoines, M. Bakke, S. Bakke, L. Hillard, R. McDougle, S. Ousdale, C. McCollum,
A. Craver. Row 3, left to right: M. Harmoney, S. Rothenbuhler, R. Bruland, D. Adkinson, D. Hamilton, J. Loran, D. Jenkins, M. lmpero,
M. Minge, J. Rivorcl, M. Donahue.
Row l, left to right: A. Zwick, A. Rauch, J. Hansen, A. Starkovich, G. Johnson, P. Enger, M. Boyer, D. Gudde, L. Campbell, C. Comrno
dore. Row 2, left to right: J. Jouclrey, K. Todd, M. Mellick, D. Krumdiack, S. Jacoby, B. Shoemaker, S. Hallderson, R. McDougle,
V. Reamer, J. Silves, L. Smart. Row 3, left to right: R. Cooper, J. Lund, B. Lynn, D. Johnson, P. Wickwire, J. Neal, B. Nelson, J. Bird,
J. Riis, C. Tollum, D. Luncle.
Row I, left to right: R. Wheeler, J. Beuzenberg, G. Beebe, C. Williams, D. Wahl, D. Giarde, C. Denny, L. Johnson, L. Hansen.
Row 2, left to right: S. Daw, D. Hastings, E. Zobrist, S. Gray, W. Hedberg, D. LaVeille, L. Van Liew, C. Brantner, T. Thomas,
R. Eldred. Row 3, left to right: I. Place, F. Crosby, T. Watson, C. Silves, E. Starkovich, L. Pefley, L. Aamodt, G. Baker, D. Bon-
ner, R. Strachilla.
Row l left to right- P Vander acht D Anderson, D. Suoldeth, C. Parker, J. Monaghan, V. Brown, N. Roberts, L. Enger,
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T. Richner. Row 2, left to right: F. Leaton, J. Kelly, C. Jimmy, R. Newell, K. Hastings, D. Etheridge, J. Hughes, S. Richardson,
M. Chase. Row 3, left to right: R. Radonski, A. Murray, T. Bigelow, G. Alex, K. Danielson, B. Martinson, L. Johnson, R. John-
son, L. Enger.
Row 1, left to right: S. Ronk, S. Engholm, C. Sanders, M. Leavitt, H. Gudde, F. Myers, M. Nelson, J, Woods, J. Pomroy,
Y. Meyer. Row 2, left to right: L. Fuller, R. Klix, R. Kelly, C. Allison, J. Pomeroy, R. Tidmarsh, M. Joyce, M. Denson,
B. Fox, L. Hetterly, B. Caley. Row 3, left to right: G. McDougIe, J. Jones, G. Johanson, M. Read, K. Hueston, P. Rainey,
L. Nims, R. Adkinson, D. Nesbitt, K. Braithwaite.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
L. Kuipers, Treasurer, J. Morgan, President, L. Gay, Secre
tary, B. Athearn, Vice President, Mr. Meigs, Adviser.
NINTH GRADE OFFICERS
Seated: J. Fuller, Vice President, B. Sweitzer, Bouncer
G. Jacobs, Secretary. Standing: Mr. Alexander, Adviser
P. Rathien, President, H. Elkins, Treasurer.
EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS
M. Boyer, Vice President, S. Haliderson, Secretary, Mr. Cor-
coran, Adviser, B. Baker, President, S. Rothenbuhier, Treas
urer. Not in picture, A. Rauch, D. Jenkins, Sergeants-at-arms
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
R. Kvamrne, President, Mr. Redfield, Adviser, H. Zender
Bouncer, S. McCoIIum, Secretary-Treasurer, D. Marr, Bouncer,
J. Linde, Vice President.
TENTH GRADE OFFICERS
R. Smart, Secretary, Mr. Bowman, Adviser, B. KeIIey, Treas
urer, L. Halderson, President. Not in picture, D. Braithwaite
SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS
T. Richner, Secretary, L. Hansen, President, D. Anderson
Vice President. Not in picture, Mr. Niegemann, Adviser
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uniofz Ofzafofzs and gfafe 'fafzmeis
Kim Maleng and Jim Morgan have participated in
several special programs during the past two years,
for F.F.A. and general school contests, in county and
Kim's proiect is dairying and his herd consists ot
12 Guernseys. This year he was county and district
public speaking vvinner, and placed 3rd in Western
Washington. He has been on parliamentary procedure
team for 3 years.
Jim was 2nd place winner in county speaking con-
test and 3rd in district.. He has been a member of
parliamentary procedure team 2 years. Jim's farming
consists of poultry and dairying.
Left to right, Row I:
J. Barter, K. Zender, M.
Murray, N. Ziegler, L.
Gay, J. Hueston
Row 2: J. Smith, M.
Fekety, C. McCollum, C.
Meyers, J. Swanson, T.
Townley, S. McCollum,
N. Hoines, J. Vander-
yacht, P. Gunter, B. Orr.
Row 3: R. Allen, R.
Kvamme, D. Jacoby, J.
Hayes, J. Morgan, B.
Prendergast, C. Rams-
den, K. Johnson, G. Ty-
ler, M. Kraft, K. Maleng,
Mr. Lucas, Adviser.
New members for the Honor Society were selected
this year on the basis of their Scholarship, Character,
Leadership, and Service. It is the aim of the Society
to develop these qualities. Anyone having a 3.1 grade
average is eligible for membership in Honor Society,
but they are also iudged by the teachers on the basis
listed above. There is a possible 52 points for the
last three items mentioned. Members of the Honor
Society voted that anyone having over 4.1 points
might become members.
Torch Pins are to be given to the senior members
as a gift from the Honor Society. National Honor Pins
may be purchased by other members if they desire.
A Scholastic Aptitude test was given by the Na-
tional Honor Society and was taken by John Hayes,
Pat Gunter, Carlene Myers, and Bruce Prendergast.
Scholarships were offered to the highest scorers in
Hanoi Qwafzds an Qcldevemenfs
Patience Wheeler represented Mount Baker
in the P.-I. contest on "Robert E. Lee," which
was held in Seattle. She placed third in a group
of eight. This was an honor not easily won as
all in the group were seniors with previous
Gene Carlson participated in oratorical con-
test sponsored by Knights of Pythias. He was
second place winner in county on the topic
"What Youth Can Do For Highway Safety."
PATIENCE WHEELER GENE CARLSON
Art students who had work on display at Frederick
84 Nelson's National Scholastic Exhibition. Judy Starko-
vitch and Beverly Orr were Gold Key winners and Jean
Copes received "Certificate of Award." Peggy St.
James Sobjack Knot in picturel won three Gold Keys
. 1 looy chosen to go to "Boys' State."
and two Certificates of Award.
JUDY STARKOVITCH, BEVERLY ORR, JEAN COPES LOIS GAY
Lois Gay, Junior, was the girl selected to go to
"Girls' State" at Ellensburg. Lois is ASB Treasurer for
next year and active in all school organizations.
Gary Tyler Cpicture not availablej was the Junior
GARY TYLER, JACKIE VANDERYACHT, TIM PLACE, NANCY ZIEGLER
Uim Morgan and Tamara Townlcy not in pir.ture.l
"Citizens of the month" through March. Names of students are submitted to an ASB
committee and with faculty advice selection is made for each month.
Annual Staff in a relaxed and amusing discussion. CArt Room cartoons in backgroundj
Seated: Peggy St. James, Nancy Ziegler, Arley Haug, Carol Brown. Verdun Place, Margie Murray, Claudette St. James, Ann
Ryan, Belva Kelley. Jon Undeen not in picture, Mrs. Griffen, adviser, not in picture.
Mrs. D. B. Griffen was the general adviser and Mr.
Winsor, financial adviser. Again we had our faithful
photographers, Mr. Clift and Mr. Martin from Jukes Studio
-and Mr. Vance Bronson, faculty photographer. Western
engraving and Colortype, Seattle, did the engraving and
Cox Brothers, Bellingham, printed the "Mountaineer."
This year we are very grateful to our outstanding
"Business Manager," Peggy St. James Soloiack, who worked
many hours on her own time and alone collected approxi-
Lois Gay, Don Brown, and Pat Griffen, who are not
staff members, gave much cf their time in assisting with
typing, dummy work and organizations at printers.
Ron Minge filled the editor's spot cn the MOUNT BAKER
BEACON, assisted the first semester by Claudette St. James.
Eugene Ray served as senior high sports editor, while
Chuck Griffith covered iunior high sports. Stanley Etheridge
was exchange editor.
Doug Henry, as bujness manager, obtained adver-
tising by business people in the community and in Belling-
ham. Deanna Barter was Doug's assistant. In addition to
students above enrolled in iournalism were Jacque Roun-
tree and Karen Warner, reporters.
Reporting for organizations were Kim Maleng, FFAJ
and Carol Brown, FHA. Regular features were Ron's
"Morton Mole's Memoirs" column and a "Do You Know"
contest. Tamara Townley, Dorothy Giarde and Judy Smith
were staff typists.
Tam Townley, Dorothy Giarde, Stanley Ethridge, Miss Warner, adviser, Jackie Rountree, Kim Maleng, Ron Minge. Seated:
Judy Smith, Eugene Ray, Charles Griffith, Deanna Barter, Doug Hendry.
CITIZENSHIP-Left to right: Lois Gay, Larry Larson, Mr. Ziegler, Adviser, Janice Barter, Terry Compton, John Linde, Jeanne
CONSTITUTION-Left to right: Clarice Nyhus, Kim Maleng, Mr. Redfield, Adviser, Gary Hedberg, Mary Lee Dustin, Chairman,
Roger Kvamme, Nancy Giarde.
BUDGET-Left to right: Henry Maleng, Gay Jacobs, Ray Hackett, Arley Haug, Chairman, Miss Warner, Adviser, Gordon
Bakke. Not in picture, Patience Wheeler.
WAYS AND MEANS-Left to right: Mr. Bronson, Adviser, Ann Ryan, Rodney Rainey, Beverly Howell, chairman, Jim Morgan,
Jack Fuller, Judie Scutvick.
PROGRAM-Left to right: Kenneth Johnson, Judy Hueston, Sue Nyhus, Mary Joyce Fekety, Chairman, David Morgan, Mr.
Lucas, Adviser, Carman Hack.
AWARDS-Left to right: Colleen Miller, Cliff Ramsden, Gloria Hayes, Carol Brown, Mr. Corcoran, Adviser, Clint MacLaugh-
F.H.A. State Convention in Seattle: Mrs. Niegeman, Nancy Ziegler and Clarice Nyhus
Pacific Slope Conference: Miss Warner, Eugene Ray, Doug Hendry, Chuck Griffith, Ron Minge
Pacific Coast Annual Conference: Ann Ryan, Mr. Winsor, Belva Kelley, Carol Brown, Peggy St. James lMrs. Griffen not
"'AhoI The night shall be filled with music
And The cares That ihfesl The clay
Shall fold Their Tenls like The Arab
Anal as silently steal away."
BRASS-Row i, left to right: M. Monahan, L. Larson, G. Jacobs, C. Sygitowicz, J. Ruckty, R. Nelson, C. Miller, G. Denny, J.
Williams, M. Murray, G. Bakke, B. Decker, J. Holdt, R. Bakke, D. Beard
Row 2, left to right: S. Gordon, C, Workman, J. Harkness J. Stuart, T. Compton, J. Mezo, F. Smith, N. Hoines
Row 3, left to right: J. Brown, C. Brown, J. Nims, G. Tyler, W. Larson, J. Quillen, B. Burpee, E. Johnson, J. Fuller, L. Kuipers,
H. Maleng, R. Mullen.
Band Activities 1954-55
ll ...... ,..,.,. E verson Parade
20 ....,, .,,..,. V ancouver Lions Professional Fooball Game
T7 ...,, ,...... R aolio Broadcast, KPUG
20 ..... , ,.,,, Santa Claus Parade, Seattle
24 ..,.,. ..,.,.. l-l iJinks
Band marching in Seattle Santa Claus Parade.
Courtesy of Seattle Times
PERCUSSION: left to right: S. Nyhus, M. Kuipers, C. Nyhus, N. Ziegler, C. McLaughlin, W. Larson, D. Giarcle, D. Ryan, A.
Howell, D. Snyder, C. Moors, T. Bay
Band Activities 1954-55
February l9 .,,,,, ,.... B and Concert
April 22 D....... ,.... M usic Festival, Bellingham
May 7 ...... .. .,,. Boy Scout Circus
May 14 ,c... ,,.,. B lossom Time Parade, Bellingham
REEDS-Row I, left to right: P. Wheeler, D. Snyder, S. McCollum, A. Larson, M. Zobrist, G. Hayes, T. Townley, P. Whales,
S. Nyhus, T. Bay, M. Dustin, C. Moors, J. Smith
Row 2, left to right: J. Barter, R. Pearson, A. Dixon, C. DeVisscher, M. Kirschman, C. Nyhus, J. Bowhay, K. Johnson, P. Sher-
rin, G. Craver, B. Sweitzer, S. Galbraith, V. Brock, B. Garling, J. Lamouraux
Row 3, lett to right: M. Kuipers, B. Kelley, S. Jordan, M. Chase, K. Grappe, Y. McGilIivary, W. Roleau, C. Bronson, K. Ronk,
J. Scutvick, L. Culver
Row 4, left to right: E. Hatchman, P. Mezo. H. Stuart, P. lmpero, J. Kirschman
fnovelfxl gang' l
JUG AND BOTTLE BAND
Lett to right: Nancy Ziegler, Gary Tyler,
Janice Barter, Clint McLaughlin, Deanna
Snyder, Doug Hendry.
A new "novelty" group which has
furnished entertainment for school pro-
grams and community affairs.
Row 1, left to right: C. McCollum, M. Donahue, J. Rivord, D. HamiltOf1, P- M6201 M- Baklfef l-- J0l""l50nf K- Johnson, K- Shefflnf M- MJUQEI
Row 2, left to right: D. Syre, F. Heycamp, D. Streeter, L. Hanneman, T. Place, G. Bebe, C. Silves, C. Brantner, M. Minge, A. Craver, D. Jen-
kins, L. Hellard, S. Rothenbuhler, C. Williams, T. Kveven, H. Carbee, C. Denny, J. Monaghan, D. Blockley
A new music or-
has appeared at
all school pro-
grams, and ban-
Front Row - Left
Row 2-R. Nelson
Bow 3-B. Burpee
Members of this Band consist of 7th and 8th grade students
and beginners of other classes. A concert was presented in April which
was an outstanding event of bands' activities of the School year
Row 3, left 'ro right: E. Zobrist, K. Braithwaite, S. Halderson, B. Moore, S. Ronk, J. Schauman, R. Wheeler A Murray L Lindstrom
D. LaVeiIle, G. St. James, 5. Ousdale, R. Bruland, T. Bigelow, D. Anderson, D. Giarde, C. Parker, B. Sudduth S Bakke R Harkness W Hed
berg, D. Adkinson, M. Harmony, D. Gay, N. Hoines
Row 4, left to right: B. Caley, G. Jerns, D. Wahl, B. Shoemaker
Row 5, Ielt to right: S. Engholm, M. Nelson, R. McDougle, T. Thomas, L. Johnson, G. McDougle, N. Vanderyacht S Gay L Hanson D
Hastings, L. Petley
AT The beginning of The school year, a plea was senT
ouT To all high school sTudenTs To ioin The newly organized
All High Chorus. A hundred eager voices were Tried and
accepTed. Monday nighT rehearsals were held and aTTer
mank rehearsals, The All High Chorus was ready To sing
for l-li Jinx. OTher producTions in which group parTici-
paTed vvere: ChrisTmas programs for The A.S.B. and Com-
rnunity, and The high-lighT of The year, The minsTrel show.
M r. Snyder-Music Instruc-
Row 1 ,left to right: G. De-
Vissc-l'er, J. Barter, A. Hang,
P. Spreadborough, C. St.
James. I. Hneston. C. loud-
rey, M. Young. I. Tuck. Row
2. left to right: I. Moody,
B. Sudcleth, M. Kirschman,
J. Kirschmau, M. llnrleen.
N. Ilanneinan, K. Morris, J.
lirinmliack, I. Lawson, A.
Ryan. Row 3, left to rivhrz
H. Hayden, C. Bird. H. Pet'-
ley, D. Stafford, R. Tuck.
F. Vanderyacht, VV. Larson,
G. Tyler. A. Densen, M.
Pefley, P. Shoemaker, J.
Row l, left To right: L. llil-
lard. A. Anderson, R. How-
ein, M, Murray, l'. St. James,
S. Gordon. M. Monahan, M.
Minge. Row 2. left to right:
H. Zcmler, J. Ruchty. F.
Smith, R. Ba-like, U. Hen-
dry, J. Linde. D. Scutvick,
Row 1, left to right: J. Scut-
vick, A, Allison, N. Turcott,
A. Craver, S. McCollum, J.
Swanson, B. Biesheuvel, P.
VVales, P. Sherrin. Row 2,
left to right: l.. Rivorcl, ll.
llowell, S. Ilorclnn, .l. Clmsv,
ll. ,lcnsc-n. ll. Denny. l'.
Mezn, U. Anrlcrson, S, Ons-
dale, S. Clark. Row 5, left
to right: J. jones, T. Ray.
M. Zolirist, A. Larson, Nl.
Niins, J. Starkovich, S. Rich-
ner, J. Tllompsou.
A Christmas play entitled "While
Shephards Watched" was presented
by members of the drama class,
under the direction of Mr. Meigs
and Mr. Lucas.
Several Christmas songs were
sung by the "All-Hi Chorus," di-
rected by Mr. Snyder.
The stage sets were painted by
Jon Undeen and Peggy St. James.
Left to right:
Row 1: T. Spreadborough, A.
Anderson, R. Minge
Row 2: T. Unger, L. Murray,
B. Biesheuval, D. Snyder, K.
Cfltorus menilwers not picturccl
'if-w I. left to right: J. Orr, K.
VVarncr, A. lJiXf"'l. E. Strutz, P.
Gunter, l'. Wallin, H. Orr, C.
Myers, D. Stafford. Row 2. left
to right: S. Rothcnbuhlcr, A.
SIJl'C3illtOl'Ollgll, F. Bronson, S.
lhikke. if. Larsen. ll. Sweitzer,
M. Bakkc, G. Jacobs, N. Giarrle,
li. Grappe. Row 5, left to right:
E. Hatchman. C. Mellott. M.
Fullner. D. Giarde, C. Brown,
l. Rountree, M. Kuipers, M.
Johnson, H. Jones, I. Lamon-
Left to right: M. Kraft, J. Hue-
ston, A. Allison. M. Nims, H.
Jones, T. Gay.
Row 1, left to right: R. Bowhay
D. Beard, G. Carlson. J. Minge
T. Gay, M. Kraft, M. Nims, H.
Innes, D. Calvin, L. Rivord.
Row Z, loft tu right: V. Chase,
,l. Tuck, R. Griffith, ul. llucston
A variety show was presented for the Hi-Jinks on
November 24. It included three one-act plays, "Farm-
er's Daughter," "Ragtime Wedding," and "William
Tell," presented by the drama classes.
Providing music tor the show were Mr. Snyder
and his Swing Band, All-Hi Chorus, Bottle Band, and
the 90-piece Concert Band.
Narrator ...,.,,,, ,,,,,......, . . ,,,,..,, C. Joudrey
Rider .. ,,,,,,,,..,..,.. . .,,,,,,,,,., , .,...,.., M. Kraft
Girl and Boy ...... J. Tuck and R. Minge
Bride ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. . ...,,,, F. Adams
Sroom ....,. R. Stone
Preacher ......, . .... T. Watson
Father .... . A. Johanson
Narrator ........ ........ D . Beard
SCENE FROM "WILLlAM TELL"
Lone Ranger .....,
William Tell ...... . ,............,.......... D. Frasia
Soldiers ........,.....,. H. Gudde, H. Zencler
Peasants .........,.,. L. Hoffman, H. Jones
Son ....,.,.. ...,.................... J . Minge
Narrator .,,.., ....... C . Workman
-Photography by Mr. Bronson
PERSONNEL TAMBO ,am .,... .. ..,.. ,, ...., .L ....,... . ..,.. ......,...,..,...K...... G ary Tyler
- l BONES , ,,,... ....EE., D oug Hendry
"'T""' """u"'u""""""'"""' ' """""" C' iiiiiiiii nil-iiii----Walt
Accornpanlst ,,....E,EEEEEEE EE,,,,,,, as ,,E.,,,,,,,, Colleen Moors DYNAMITE R All
Posters and Scenery ..,eee,....... Mrs. Griffen and Art Class CORNSTARCEH"rMao "---"" ig"1j'MOFS him
Stage Manager ,,,,....,,,, ,,,,,,, , , ,,---.-.,,,,,,,- Frank Adams MUS'-'MOUTH """ """"' gl enn Cscligvigz
Stage Hands .V.. eeee ,Dramatic Classes lNTERLOCUTOEa eeeeeeeee eee' ' KY M I
Property eeeee..... eeeee . ,--.Steve Gordon N"'eeeeee eee" """"" ' m a eng
M'k M I1
' e SQ PIPE, Jue, AND some BAND
Beverly On. Diana Snyder, Janice Barter, Nancy Ziegler, Clint
Prampfer ,oooo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ov,,,,,,, -,ooo, H e my Zendef POOIQNAIET-Zxlgcgtllgn, Gary Tyler, DOUQ Hendry Don R n
MOUNT BAKER SWINGPHONY ,,,,,,, ,Before the Curtain
SAXOPHONES-Kenneth Ronk, Carolyn Bronson,
Holl Stuart, Jeannette Kirschman, Elaine
TRUMPETS-Don Beard, John Holdt, Riggs Nelson
TROMBONES-Norma Hoines, Frank Srnitlw, Jim
MINSTREL PIANO PRELUDE-
SONG STYLISTS c,,.aaaa.... Walter Larson, Clint McLaughlin
THE CROONERW, ,,,.,,,7.,..............,.,a.,...,,,,.... Marvin Kraft
ACCORDIONISTS ,-,,,Agnes Dixon, Christine Sygitowicz
The-re's Nothing Like a Minstrel Show
Floatin' Down to Dixie Town
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny
Little David Play on Your Harp
So's I Can Write My Name
Water Boy KSoloist, Walt Larsonl
l Got Slfioes
Old Ark's Amoverin'
PIANO DUO .,,,.,f-.,,, Colleen Nloors, Diana Snyder Finale
"Books must follow science,
and not science books."
Standing, left to right: M. Dustin, secre-
tary, S. Jordan, Representative, J. Morgan
Representative, R. Kvamme, President
D. Jacoby, Vice President, J. Hueston
Treasurer, J. Vanderyacht, Representative.
Seated, left to right: P. Gunter, Represen
tativeg P. St. James, Representative.
Row i, left to right: B. Missiean, B. Orr,
J. Rountree, L. Rivord, P. St. James,
P. Gunter, A. Dixon, N. Ziegler,
P. Spreadborough. Row 2, left to right:
M. Crape, K. Ronk, R. Pearson, S. Jor-
dan, N. Hoines, M. Dustin, R. Bowhay,
R. Mullen, D. Beard.
Row l, left to right: B. Harding, D. Ja-
coby, R. Kvamme, C. Hack, M. Kraft,
L. Calvin, J. Holdt, L. Kuipers. Row 2,
left to right: B. Predergast, V. Smith,
J. Linde, K. Johnson, R. Salisbury,
D. Scutvick, R. Rainey, R. Bakke. Row
3, left to right: G. Bakke, J. Bucken-
myer, B. Lovelace, D. Schenck, G. Tyler,
R. Tuck, E. Ray, C. Griffith, D. Rathjen.
Row 1, left to right: K. Zender, J. Bar-
ter, C. DeVisscher, M. Kirschman,
L. Gay, B. Storm, G. Hayes, K. Warner,
C. Myers, M. Kramer. Row 2, left to
right: T. Bay, J. Hueston, J. D'Andrea,
F. Smith, F. Adams, J. Mezo, J. Vander-
yacht, J. Scutvick.
Row 1, left to right: J. Blickenstaff,
J. Hayes, R. Klander, D. Hanneman,
J. Moore, D. Rutt, L. Rauch, J. Morgan.
Row 2, left to right: J. Quillen,
C. Rarnsden, D. Hendry, D. Brown,
J. Conger, D. Dougan, R. LaVeille,
B. Athearn. Row 3, left to right: T. Un-
ger, J. Nims, R. Joyce, E. Maleng,
V. Place, B. Ryan, R. Allen, G. Goodwin.
Henry Zender and Leonard Calvan-Comparing Conservation note books.
IThe grades must be good if smiles mean anything.D
Visited Kendall Fish Hatchery-operated school Hat-
chery-Reared 6,500 silver salmon . . .
Entered Keep Washington Green poster contest
with 35 posters . . .
Surveyed location for a New Modern Hatchery . . .
Set up plans for developing and improving game
farm . . .
Constructed 20 shelters for woodducks . . .
Completed fencing pheasant rearing area on game
farm . . .
Presented resource program to various community
organizations . . .
Worked on school "Tree Farm-Slashing" experi-
ment . . .
Made slides of Conservation-Material for future
use . . .
Made detailed survey ot Whatcom Co. resources . . .
Released pheasants in cooperation with Game De-
partment . . .
Pic ifMr. Bronson, A. Spread-
borough, L. Wheeler, G. Es-
peland, E. Verkist examin-
ing a hawk-CWild Life
Pix 2-4-R. Flotre and E. Vera
kist doing a "paint iobf'
Pix 3-D. Atkinson, M. Bakke,
A. Spreadborough, M. Todd,
L. Wheeler, mixing paint.
"The tillage begins, other arts follow. The 'Farmers therefor are the founders of human
Row l, left to right: R. Kvamrne, R. Allen, D. Jacoby,
, Row 2: J. Morgan, K. Maleng
Row 3: K. Kvamme, R. Needham, R. Minge, L. Rauch
Row 4: L. Jacoby, B. Ryan, D. Morgan, R. Hockett,
D. Dougan, R. LaVeille, B. Turcott, E. Maleng, T. Un-
ger, P. Rathien
Row 5: B. Burpee, H. Straka, G. Kley, L. Adams,
C. Workman, G. Sevier
Row 6: O. Needham, P. Impero, B. Blockley, J.
Rauchy, D. Arnett, W. Cooper
Row 7: F. Straka, D. Hanneman, D. Hamilton, D. Rutt,
M. Brooks, J. Minge.
Row 8: L. Culver, R. Flotre, C. Denson, T. Gay,
J. Moore, R. Littlefield
Row 9: T. Kveven, J. Espeland, R. Scott, G. Knaus,
D. Johnson, D. Ryan, J. Brown, G. Hedberg
Row lO: A. Theisen, R. Lovelace, D. Cooper, M.
Rietan, E. Verkist, S. Gordon
Row 11: A. Anderson, R. Martinson, J. Sevier, W.
Row T2: J. Lynn, M. Coffell
Row 13: A. Uncleen
if. if. CZ.
F.F.A. ACTIVITY RECORD 1954-55
AUGUST-Best Chapter Award for Vtfashington Master Chapter
and Farm Safety Winner. 54 Members showed cattle and shop
exhibits at Fair. J. lilickenstaff, R, Minge and R. Kvamme
placed 2nd in P.N.E. Dairy contest-Vancouver, B. C.
SEPTEMBER-First meeting with new officers. 262 plates of
barbecreil salmon served at l'arent-Son Banquet. Sth in Skagit
Contest. 6th at livcrgreen State Fair.
OCTOBER-Mount Baker represented county in PILE at
Portland. winning lst in Ayrshircs. 27 Freshmen initiated as
GREEN IIANDS--Swimming' Party at MY." 10 members attended
lVashington junior Poultry Show in Seattle, G. Sevier placing
fourth in contest as thc team placed 13th.
NOVEMBER-VVon annual Potato Contest for 4th consecutive
year. 12 GREEN HANDS raised to Chapter Farmers. Barbecued
chicken dinner served to those who helped with banquet-all-school
dance followed. Citizenship and Scholarship Honor Ladders posted.
Pest Control contest started. Silver Emblem Award received for
National Chapter Contest.
DECEMBER-Inter-cliafpter basketball games scheduled before
league games. Christmas Tree decorated for front l1Z-ill-Cll1'iStlt'lilS
boxes delivered to needy families. New Year's Party in cafeteria.
JANUARY-Parliamentary Procedure practice. Public Speaking
contest held with K. Maleng and J. Morgan as chapter winners.
l7.l7.A. Advisory Board formed, including Mr. Redfield from admini-
stration, Mr. Blickenstaff from school board, Mr. St. James, Mr.
Loren Monsen and Mr. Kvanime to represent community and K.
Maleng and R. Allen from chapter.
FEBRUARY-National Future Farmer VVeek observed with radio
program on KPUG. Grange and Farm Bureau programs. Speaking
Mr. Ziegler, Adviser Standing: D. Jacoby, J. Blickenstaff,
Seated: K. Maleng, R. Allen, R. Kvamme.
contest with winners listed on Page 28.
MARCH-Parliamentary Procedure team and speaker K. Maleng
eliminated from state contest by receiving third places in West Side
finals at Puyallup. Annual Open House. Freshman members and
parents vied for honors in contests. Swimming party held at "Y"
APRIL-Kim Maleng represented us at state convention a-nd won
F.FA.. test, Jim Morgan was other successful State Farmer candidate.
Chapter purchased a new "john Deere" Tractor. One acre Northwest
strawberries planted on school farm.
MAY-Election of officers, Chapter Sweetheart and Honorary
Chapter reports for state chapter contest, and presenting of FFA
letters and awards.
JUNE-Caribou fishing trip with 36 boys signed up to go.
Caring for crops-Practice judging trips.
JULY-Annual fishing trip to Lake Tolnahoy. Practice judging
and making plans for Northwest Washington Fair.
R. Allen, R. Needham, D. Dougan, J. Blickenstaff. K. Maleng, D. Jacoby, J. Blickenstaff, R. Needham, R. Minge,
R. Kvamme, C. Workman.
Row l, left to right: R. Hockett, R. Blockley, A. Thieson, L. Culver, C. Knaus. H. Straka, T. Unger, J. Moore. Row 2, left to right:
D. Hanneman, S. Gordan, D. Jacoby, R. Flotre, R. Mlnge, J. Ruchty, R. Needham, J. Morgan. Row 3, left to right: K. Kvamme,
C. Workman, M. Brooks, D. Ryan, G. Espeland, T. Kveven, R. Lovelace, J. Minge, M. Rietan, D. Johnson, G. Hedberg, F. Straka,
B. Ryan, R. Kvamme, Mr. Ziegler, adviser.
if. H. Q.
Seventy-three girls made up the 1954-1955 F.H.A. organ-
ization. All were from the senior high as the club was too
large to allow any freshman girls to enter.
Among the many activities carried on by the club this
year were: sponsoring an all-school dance, selling Christmas
corsages, and concessions at games.
Nancy Ziegler was Sent to Everett and Seattle where she
took part in a Cherry Pie Baking Contest. She placed second in
the District and eighth in the State.
Nine girls, with two mothers, and adviser attended dem-
onstration day in Sedro-Woolley.
Belva Kelley, president of the F.H.A., was honored with
the "Betty Crocker Home Maker of Tomorrow" award. This
"lt is good to live and learn."
Standing, left to right: Connie DeViss
cher, National Proiect, Arlene Larson
Vice President, Marilyn Crape, His
torian: Mary Joyce Fekety, Treasurer
Ann Ryan, Song Leader, Judy Hueston
Parliamentarian, Claudette St. James
Reporter. Sitting, left to right: Jacque
Iyn Vanderyacht, Secretary, Belva Kelly,
President, Mrs. Arlene Niegemann, Ad-
viser, Clarice Nyhus, State Proiect.
award is given to one girl in each school and an opportunity
for a state scholarship follows later.
In the spring a formal installation was held for the new
officers. Mothers and friends attended and were served re-
Roger Kvamme was elected chapter "Hero." He was
chosen because of his interest in school activities and for his
citizenship, also because he was an active member in the
F.F.A. Mrs. Lewis Chase and Mrs. Lloyd Barter were elected
chapter mothers for the year, and Mrs, W. H. Kelley, Mrs.
G. J. Townley and Mrs. G. R. Ziegler were elected honorary
Row 1, left to right: G. Hayes, M. Kir'
schman, J. Scutvick, J. Barter,
C. DeVisscher, M. Murray, K.
T. Bay. Row 2, left to right: B. Sud-
duth, A. Turcott, B. Missiean, C. Bron-
son, N. Hoines, S. McCollum, M. Full-
ner, M. Kuipers. Row 3, left to right:
C. Bird, C. Mellott, J. Rountree, T.
Townley, B. Kelly, S. Jordan, A How-
ell, M. Chase.
Row l, left to right: G. Craver, K.
Morris, C. Meyers, M. Dustin, B. Kel-
ley, J. Hueston, C. St. James, B. Bie-
sheuvel, P. Spreadborough. Row 2,
left to right: C. Moors, K. Verkist, J.
Swanson, P. Gunter, E. Webber, J. Van-
deryacht, N. Hanneman. Row 3, left
to right: P. Shoemaker, J. Hockett.
A. Ryan, J. Tuck, J. Starkovich, M. Pef-
ley, A. Denson, M. Nims, D. Cooper.
Row 3, left to right: A. Haug,
Giarde, C. Denson, K. Warner, P. St.
James, E. Strotz, C. Joudrey, A. Larson,
B. Storm. Row 2, left to right: A. Dixon,
N. Ziegler, C. Nyhus, J. Dickman,
J. Vanderyacht, S. Nyhus, J. Chase,
G. Denny, S. Galbraith. Row 3, left to
right: M. Crape, M. Zobrist, B. Howell,
S. Jordan, L. Rivord, C. Timmons,
C. Brown, D. Barter, M. Fecketv
One of the main proiects of the Usher Club this year was
the purchase of red corduroy dresses for uniforms. Twenty-
purchasing their red corduroy dresses for uniforms. The twenty-
seven members composed of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
ushered at the Hi-Jinks, Vespers, Musical Shows, and Gradu-
ation. They also managed the many problems that were in-
volved with the selection of the Hi-Jinks King and Queen.
Much credit should be given to Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Carver,
co-advisers. This past year Charlene Joudrey presided as presi-
clent, Jean Chase as vice president, and Kay Zender as secre-
GIRLS' CLUB OFFICERS
Left to ight: Jackie Vanderyacht, President, Marilyn -
Crape, Secretary, Judy Smith, Vice President. Not in
picture, Mrs. Helen Sutton, Adviser.
What a year! Trying to organize a new club! Anyone who was interested in ioining and living
up to the standards which the Merit Committee set, were members.
Officers for the year were President, Arley Haug, Vice President, Mary Lee Dustin, Secretary,
Sheryl Jordan, and Treasurer, Clarice Nyhus. Miss Muriel Mclnnis was the adviser.
Row l, left to right: L. Murray, C. Nyhus, A. Dixon, K. Zender, T. Bay, M. Murray, A. Haug, S. Jordan, J. Rountree.
Row 2, left to right: C. Mellott, M. Dustin, G. Craver, B. Biesheuvel, B. Kelley, S. McCollum, J. Jimmy, B, Missiean,
PEP CLUB-Row 'l, left to right: C. Myers, M. Kirschman, L. Gay, C. Devisscher, J. Barter, J. Scutvick, N. Ziegler,
M. Feckty. Row 2, left to right: C. Moors, C. Brown, S. Galbraith, M. Johnson, P. St. James, J. Vanderyacht, J. Swan-
son, S. Jordan, C. Denson, B. Kelley.
USHER CLUB-Row l, left to right: H. Woods, J. Hockett, P. Shoemaker, E. Webber, B. Missiean, J. Dickman, M. Kramer,
E. Failor, A. Turcott, C. Mellott, A. Ryan. Row 2, left to right: C. Joudrey, J. Chase, A. Houg, S. Jordan, B. Kelley,
K. Zender, J. Tuck, K. Morse, K. Warner, L. Gay, B. Howell, C. Timmons, M. Crape, Mrs. Adams, Adviser.
niglzfs 06 galzefz and feffefz Glulls
KNIGHTS OF BAKER-A service organization consisting of twenty senior high boys.
Officers are: President, T. Unger, Vice President, D. Dougan, Secretary-Treasurer, D. Jacoby, Adviser, Mr.
Activities are to keep order at all football, basketball, baseball games and school assemblies.
An added task this year was keeping order in lunch line and the selling of extra milk during the noon period.
KNIGHTS OF BAKER
Left to right: B. Harding, G. Espe-
lancl, D. Ryan, T. Unger, R. Hock-
ett, R. Allen, B. Ryan, D. Jacoby
B. Brown, L. Applegate, C. VVork-
man, M. .l.2L1llll'QlIl'l, Mr. Hagen, T
Compton, R. Nelson, J. Hayes
H. Gudrle, R. Turcott, IJ. Ducarn
R. livammc, li. Maleng, G. Knaus
GIRLS' LETTER CLUB
Row l, left to right: M. Crape
M. Fekety, M. Zobrist, D. Giarrle
F. Brown, C. Timmons, T. Townley
L. Rivorrl, B. Howell, A. Larson
Row 2, left to right: Mrs. Sutton
M. Young, C. Denson, A Hang
E. Strotz, li. Vl'arner, ll. Storm
M. L. Dustin. Row 3, left to right
S. jordan, J. Swanson, P. St. James
C. jouclrey, S. Ruckty, J. Chase
F. Meyers, N. Hoines, H. Jensen
GIRLS' LETTER CLUB
left to right: T. Bay. C. Moors
B. Missiean, M. johnson, M. Full-
ner, L. Fransico, A. Dixon, N. Zieg
ler, C. Nylris, T. Barter, T. Scot
Vick, M. Til1'SCl1lTl3lT, L. Gay, A
Turcott, P. Sprearlhorough, C. St
James, G. Hayes, M. Murray
K. Zencler, M. Kra1rer, C. DeViss-
cher, J. Hueston.
BOYS' LETTER CLUB
Row l, left to right: R. Bowllay
l.. Calvin, J. Holt, F. Smith
G. Tvler, D. Scllenck, C. Ramsrlen
I. Congor, B, Ryan, E. Ray
Al. Stuart, R. Mullens, T. Unger
Row Z, left to right: L. Halflerson
T. Compton, I. Zender, R. Smart
li. Nelson, ,lf Qulllen, K. Johnson
B. Athearn, L. Rauch, G. Hedberg
BOYS' LETTER CLUB
Row l, left to right: R. Allen
R. joyrc. B. Henifin, V. Smith
,l. Linrle, XV. Larson. C. McLauglt:
lin, IJ. Ratltjen, H. Zerifler, D Marr
Row Z, left tn right: I. Blickenstaff
,l. Hayes, R. Salisbury, D. Scut:
Vick, D. Hendry, ll. Stuart. R.
Rainey, D. Brown.
li. Kelly, P. Gunter, S. McCollum,
i """ ' """"""' J :xxl 2 1
Left fo right: L. Gay, J. Barter,
C. D6ViSSChBi', J. Scufvick, K. Zen-
der, T. Bay, M. Murray.
"Nothing greaT was ever achieved wifhouf en
Thusiasmf' -Ralph Waldo Emerson
WiTh Bob Tisdale as coach and 46 eager fooTball
players The MounT Baker MounTaineers Took The cham-
pionship for Their second consecuTive year.
Roy Salisbury and Denny ScuTvick were elecfed
by The Team members as co-capTains for The Moun-
Taineers fooTball Team.
We sTarTed off The year by over-powering MounT
Vernon 13-7, and in The Jamboree, which was held
under our own lighTs, we downed The Ferndale Golden
BuT The nexT game wiTh AnacorTes didn'T come ouT
so well, we suffered a heavy defeaT of 26-9.
Our league games opened OcTober 1, 1954, on
our home field by Trouncing The Meridian Troians 38-6.
The following game was in rnuch The same order when
we flaTTened ConcreTe, OcTober 8, 25-O on our own
On OcTober 15, Lynden was defeaTed on Their field
wiTh The final score of 39-6.
We beaT The Blaine BorderiTes on OcTober 22 by a
Row 1-LefT To righT: T. CompTon, J. Zender, H. Zender, D. Hendry,
C. Rarnsden, R. Bakke, R. Rainey, J. BlickensTaff, R. Allen, R. Bowhay,
J. Conger, R. Nelson, V. Place. Row 2-LefT To righi: L. Halderson,
F. Sfraka, D. Marr, J. Quillen, R. Smart, L. Rauch, H. STuarT, C. Mc-
Laughlin, D. Marr, J. Holdf, D. Schenck, G. Tyler, G. Hedberg, L. Cal-
vin. Row 3-Lefr To right T. Unger, D. Cooper, J. Hayes, H. Maleng,
B. Burpee, V. SmiTh, R. Salisbury, F. Smifh, D. Scufvick, W. Larsen,
J. STuarT, K. Johnson, B. AThearn, B. Ryan.
Lett to right: H. Stuart, R. Allen, J. Blickenstatf, R. Bowhay, R. Rainey,
R. Salisbury, F. Smith.
score of 13-12. It was a tightly played defensive game.
The next game with Nooksack, which was played
on their field in the day-light, was not much of a strain
at all. We clobbered them with a score of 27-6.
Finally the last game ofthe season was played and
won by the Mountaineers, November 5. In this game
we played the Ferndale Golden Eagles for the second
time of the season and won by a score of 45-O, which
gave us the title for 1954.
'Vlount Baker ,.,,,,,.,,, . Ferndale .,,,,,,.,, .....
'Vlount Baker. .,,,...c,,,,. Anacortes
Vlount Baker ,c,,.,,, Meridian
Mount Baker Concrete ,,,,
'Vlount Baker Lynden .
Vlount Baker Blaine
Mount Baker ,,.... ,cn Nooksack --,,,
Mount Baker Ferndale ,s.,
Mount Baker at Burlington
Jamboree at Bellingham
Nooksack at Mount Baker
Bellingham at Mount Baker
Mount Baker at Lynden
Mount Baker at Twin Cities
Mount Baker at Blaine
Meridian at Mount Baker
Mount Baker at Nooksack
Ferndale at Mount Baker
Mount Baker at Bellingham
Lynden at Mount Baker
Blaine at Mount Baker
Mount Baker at Meridian
Nooksack at Mount Baker
Mount Baker at Ferndale
Row l, left To
right: B. Blockley,
L. Haldorson, R.
Hockeff, T. Comp-
Ton, J. Henning,
Row 2, left fo
right: R. Smart, G.
Hedberg, J. Con-
ger, J. Zender, B.
Athearn, L. Rauch.
Val SmrTh ........,. , ,,,.
John Linde .......
Roy Salisbury .....
Dick Ralhien .... -.., , ,V
Gary Tyler ....
Jim Zender ..... . ,..,...
Rennie Smart ....
SENIOR HIGH BASEBALL
April i5 Baker aT Meridian
18 Baker at Bellingham
20 Baker at Blaine
29 Ferndale at Baker
May 6 Baker af Lynden
13 Nooksack af Baker
19 BurlingTon aT Baker
Left to right: Roy Salisbury, Duane Jacoby,
Dennis Scufvick, Henry Zender
Left to right: Row 1: R. Mullen, J. Holdt, H. Zender, D. Scutvick, D. Jacoby, H. Maleng, G. Tyler
Row 2: L. Rouch, D. Schenck, B. Athearn, J. Morgan, J. Zander, F. Straka, R. Salisbury.
SENIOR HIGH TRACK
Ferndale and Burlingto
Meet at Ferndale
Meet at Bellingham
Nooksack at Baker
Sedro Woolley Relays
Lynden and Blaine at
Pre-county Track Meet
County Track Meet
District Track Meet
State Track Meet
SENIOR HIGH TRACK
n at Baker
r Left to right: Pix: I D, Brown, Pix: 2 J. Quillen, Pix:
J. Blickenstaff, T. Compton, J. Hayes, R. Allen. G. Hed-
berg, Pix: 4 V. Smith, J. Linde.
Lett to right: Row I: R. Allen, J. Linde, V. Smith, J. Hayes, T. Compton, M. Kraft, L. Adams. Row 2: P. Griffin, G. Sevier,
B Hennitin, G. Heberg, J. Conger, D. Brown, R. Hockett. Row 3: R. Mirage, J. Blickenstaft, W. Larson, F. Smith, J. Quillen, H.
Stuart, D. Braithwaite.
uniofz ?ooflJall an gaslzeflm
Row I, left to right: H. Elkins, J. Silver, J. Solberg, G. Knaus, D. Beard, G. Cooper, P. Impero, G. Espeland, C. Commodore R McDougal L Camp
bell, S. Gordon, L. Smart, R. Reamer, J. Neal
Row 2, left to right: C. Tollum, D. Morgan, T. Watson, D. Gudde, R. Rauch, A. Anderson, L. Larson, R. Nelson, J. Fuller, T Tidmarsh P Rathien
J. Brown, L. Sygitowicz, A. Zwick
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
This year the Mount Baker Junior High won third
place with a loss of only three games.
Baker ......,.. .,,, .
Blaine ...... , - ,,,,,. -
Lynden .... ....,.
Custer ...... ......
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept. 30-Nooksack at Baker
7-Baker at Meridian
I4-Baker at Lynden
21-Ferndale at Baker
28-Fairhaven at Baker
Row I, left to right: L. Campbell, A. Anderson, T. Tidmarsh, P. Rathien, P. Impero, L. Larson, J. Fuller, J. Wickwire
Row 2, left to right: R. Stone, R. Clark, J. Brown, D. Gudde, S. Gorden, D. Beard, M. Monaghan, L. Smart, R. McDougal
uniofz gaseimll and 'mc
JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL
Left to right: Row I: J. Brown, P. Impero, J. Wickwire, M. Monaghan, P. Rathien, T. Tidmarsh R Smart Row 2 R Stone
D. Beard, S. Gorden, T. Watson, D. Morgan, R. Clark, G. Espeland. Row 3: J. Nevins, R. Nelson L Campbell B Alex R
McDougal, J. Silves.
JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL
April 21 Baker at Whatcom
20 Fairhaven at Baker
May I2 Lynden at Baker
I9 Baker at Meridian
JUNIOR HIGH TRACK
Left to right: Row I: L. Hoffman, W. Rouleau, L. Larson, J. Minge, J. Fuller, L. Culver. Row 2: J. Browning,
C. Tolium, A. Rauch, L. Sygitowicz, B. Meyer.
Pix l-"Skiing Bronsons"
Pix 2-Instructor Mr. Vance Bron-
son, Doug Marr, John Blicken-
Pix 3-Mr. Meigs-"What is he
doing? Helping someone up a
Pix A-Ski "Line up"-J. Barter, J.
Monahan, K. Zender, C. Bronson,
A. Ryan, J. Bronson, S. Bakke
Pix 5-A. Ryan, J. Bronson, S. Bak-
ke, K. Zender
Pix l Parlia-
Pix 2 Annual
"0 f f i c e"
Pix 3 Roy
Pix 4 Stu-
f r o rn "far
March 14. Ola
in N o r w a y
having I e t t
P a t Griffen
m o v e d to
ished 9th and
iOth Grade in
and began his
Junior year in
Both boys are
happy to be
lo a c k a n d
hope to grad-
uate f r o rn
Picture iz Pep Band in action
at a football game. This
group played at all the
home games. Nlr. Snyder,
director, is in right fore-
Picture 2: Song Leaders, Lois
Gay and Connie DeVisscher,
lead the crowd in song.
Judy Scutvik and Janice Bar-
ter, the other song leaders,
are lost behind huge porn-
in gg gnafns
Picture l: Action shot with Blaine.
Picture 2: Anxious crowd forms background for three yell leaders, Marge Murray, Thelma Bay, and Kay Zender.
Picture 3: The players waiting for instructions from coach, Mr. Tisdale.
Picture 4: Mr. Tisdale in background and Mr. Niegemann, right foreground, watching a play,
Left to right: Row 1: J. Swanson, D. Giarde, T. Townley, B. Kelley, J, Smith, J.
Vanderyacht. Row 2: C. De Visscher, J. Scutvick, L. Gay, Mrs. Thomas, L. Rivord,
B. Howell, C. Brown, M. Fekety.
Helfaeefzgullul an fzacious xi
First stop, after "emerging" from
bus into building, may be the office
where the excuse line is formed.
There are other reasons for office stops,
too-such as a search in "lost and
found" drawer, a conference in "in-
ner" office or a schedule change.
Mr. Jens Solvik, our custodian,
greets everyone with a smile.
"On to the library, we follow chat-
tering groups, bent on returning or with-
drawing books, or reading the morning
Row i, left to right C. Myers, P. Spreadborough,
Row 2: M. Crape, L. Francisco, C. Timmons, C. Moors,
J. Krumdiack, E. Failor, H. Jensen, Mrs. Bowan,
P. Wheeler, M. Kuipers, S. McCollum, M. Dustin,
"After three busy hard working per-
iods, Mrs. Ristine and her staff are ready
to serve lunch."
Row I, left to right: R. Minge, E. Johnson, J. D'An-
derea, L. Halderson, D. Marr, J. Harkness, P. Mitchell
Row 2: B. Pendergast, R. Smart, R. Salisbury, R.
Rainey, W. Larsen, C. McLaughlin, R. Needham,
Row 3: L. Lindslrom, A. Turcott, J. Linde, D. Rathien,
J. Stuart, Mrs. Stuart, Mrs. Golden, D. Beard, R.
Joyce, J. Chase, J. Copes
"Then comes end of day, back to
buses and home again."
Left to right: E. Hunt, C. Haugen, T. Ryan, L. Stone,
H. Swcitzcr, J. Holdt. fMrs. Ristine, not in picture.l
7-lien, ge ve S."
Row 1, left to right: L. Gay, Art, N.
Hoines, Band, B. Kelley, Home EC. and
Art, S. Jordan, Chemistry lab. assist-
ant and Home Ec., J, Vanderyacht,
Mathematics, P. Gunter, Biology lab.
Row 2, lett to right: C. Denson, Photo-
graphy, D. Beard, Band, D. Brown,
Art, D. Hendry, Band, J. Linde, Phy-
sics, C. McLaughlin, Mechanical Draw-
ing, A. Haug, Art and Photography.
in school there are many ways to use
our talents for others. Service may be ren-
dered in a way to give pleasure and enter-
tainment to students and patrons. Long
hours of rehearsals for productions, hours
spent by students painting posters tor all
events, building and painting stage sets,
are iobs done by talented and willing peo-
ple. Then, too, there is a group of "un-
knowns" who are busy teacher assistants.
This page is to honor these people and
to all others who help in some way, but
Whose pictures were not available
Mr. Lucas and Mr. Meigs-speech and dramatics teach-
ers-admiring a "make-believe" sunny garden
F. Adams, Stage Manager and B. Prendergast, Electrician,
direct building and lighting of sets
B. Orr, L. Murray, J. Undeen, M. Murray-Art students
who have painted stage sets. These people also de-
signed and painted most of the production posters.
Lois Gay, Jerry Conger, Jean Copes, Verdun Place, Don
Brown Knot in picturel assisted in this work
ganq uefs, Dances, gfc.
Those who helped prepare tood and assisted in
D. Ziegler, B. Collins, B. Knutzen, Mrs. Hatchman, Mrs. Rogers,
Mrs. Kvamme, C. Brown, J. Hockett, P. Shoemaker, A. Ryan,
B. Storm, M. Fekety
F.H.A. girls who served in dining room:
Row I, left to right: J. Swanson, B. Kelley, N. Ziegler, M. Chase,
D. Barter, B. Kelley, S, Nyhus
Row 2, left to right: J. Chase, T. Townley, A. Larson, C. Joudrey,
M. Zobrist, S. Jordan, M. Murray, C. Nyhus, A. Dixon, A. Howell,
C. Moore, G., Hayes, S. Jordan
Standing, left to
right: P. McCol-
lum, Mrs. McCol-
lum, Sharon Mc-
Olson, Mr. Allen,
Mrs. Allen, Ross
Allen, Mr. Castles,
Mrs. Castles, Ter-
ry Kuwachy, Mr.
ter members and
2, 3 and 4 are
candid "shots" of
boys and parents
taken during ban-
ROYALTY OF 1954-55
"Hi-.links court reign-
ed with pomp and
glamour in Novem-
ber." Queen Mari-
lyn Crape and King
Val Smith Ccenter of
top picturel with
Princess Thelma Bay
and Prince Duane
Schenck at their left
and Princess Mildred
Pefley and Prince La-
Verne Hallderson at
Queen Sharon Mc-
Collum and King
Jo h n Blickenstaff
reigned April 15, in
over the Junior-
Senior Prom and Ban-
quet. Sharon was
also F.F.A. Chapter
their royalty at the
Annual Tolo Dance.
Lovely Diana Snyder
is being crowned
and handsome King
Jim Zender is pre-
paring to speak.
Picture of Ninth
Grade' Frolics court
was not available.
The Queen was Bil-
lie Jean Garling and
Mike Reitan was
smiles at Eighth
Hallderson, G l c n
snapped iust as hc
opened Castle door
to a d rn i t Queen
oxialf and and 0 make-Relieve
SNAPS OF FAIRYLAND-JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM
Pix I-Carol Bird with her "date" in silvery archway.
Pix 2-Scene of Roadway into Fairyland with Carol Brown, Jim
Morgan, Mrs. Meigs, and Mr. Bronson "Contemplating" a walk.
Pix 3-Dancers in foreground-Diana Snyder, Jerry Conger, Larry
Rauch, Nancy Ziegler, Mr, and Mrs. Corcoran, Gary Tyler and
THREE NEW CITIZENS OF
MOUNT BAKER DISTRlCT
Left to right: James Bruce son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
Castles, Jeff Corcoran son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Cor-
coran, and Gloria Bowman daughter of Mr. and
flare Nofej Theodore Galen Lucas was born the clay
this picture went To The engravers. As copy goes
io press, May 9th, Charles Redfield arrived fo add
his name To roster of new citizens of The year.
Left To right:
1. D. Needham
2. B. Kelly,
3. Birthday Party
4. M. Reifan, D.
5. P. Barter, M.
6. K. Zender, J.
7. L. Murray, D.
8. C. DeVisscher, L.
9. J. Young
10. L. Murray
11. M. Donahue
12. J. Zender
13. P. ST. James
S. Jordan, B. Kel-
15. S. Jordan
16. C. Larson, L.
17. B. Kelley
18. F. Smith, M. Mur-
19. M. Kirschman
20. J. Dickman
21. B. Ryan, R. Hock-
etf, J. Holdt,
J. Conger, L.
22. C. Miller
23. M. Kirschman, G.
Hayes, J. Scut-
vick, J. Barter
Left To right:
Mr. Corcoran and P.E. Girls
M. Chase, J. Chase, G. Hayes
K. Zender, J. Barter, N. Zeigler
T. Bay, G. Tyler, L. Murray, K. Zender
L. Joudrey, N. Hoines, S. Bakke, M Harmoney S Mc
Collurn, B. Shoemaker, S. Hallorson N Vanderyachl
Left to right:
Letter Club Inifa-
A. Johanson, K.
G. Hayes, J.
V. Brock, S. Gali-
braith, C. Syca-
fowifz, E. MC-
J. Huesfon, C.
H. Woods, J.
Barter, C. De-
R. Tu rcoft, N.
J. Rivord, S.
J. Scufvick, J.
Barter, M. Kra-
Pcg and Don
Annie Get Your Gun
Annie Get Your Gun
Beacon Business Manager
Junior Class President
Annie Get Your Gun
Hi Jinks King
Letter Club President
Pep Club Secretary
Ski Club President
A.S.B. Budget Committee
Usher Club Vice President
Ski Club Vice President
ARLEY JEAN HAUG
Chairman of Budget Committee
Pep Club President-Secretary
Band Vice President
Chairman of Awards Committee
Science Club Treasurer
Junior Class Treasurer
Inspiration Football Award
Hi Jinks Prince
Ways and Means Committee Basketball
Easfgal: JON UNDEEN
F,F,A, Science Club AYWUBI Staff
Science Club Student Council 57399 Afllsi
F.H.A. Vice President
Knights of Baker
MARY LOU YOUNG
Knights of Baker
Annie Get Your Gun
Honor Society President
Knights of Baker
eniofz Glass acfivifies
Student Secretary for Mr. Castles
F.F.A. Parliamentary Procedure
Letter Club Vice President
Hi Jinks Queen
Girls' Club Secretary-Treasurer
MARY LEE DUSTIN
Pep Club Vice President
Science Club Secretary
Chairman of Constitution Committee
Secretary of Junior Class
Girls' Club Vice President
N.A.S.C. Trip to Portland
Knights of Baker Vice President
A.S,B. Business Manager
Girls' Club President
Girls' Letter Club President
F.F.A. Chapter Sweetheart
Senior Class Secretary
Senior Class Vice Presiclent
Torch Honor Secretary
Ski Club President
Chairman of Ways and Means
Ski Club Secretary
Usher Club President
Hi Jinks Princess
Annie Get Your Gun
HARLENE JENSEN BEARD
Out of The
many conTacTs the business manager and her assistants made This year,
These business firms and friends were The ones who were willing to help finance
The production of This book.
Jukes Studio, "Mountaineer" photographers - Mr. Clift and Mr. Martin
Western Engraving and Colortype Company, Seattle
Mr. Vance Bronson, Faculty photographer
The Administration and Faculty of Mount Baker High School I
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