Nooksack Valley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Nooksack, WA)

 - Class of 1939

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it W EDlTOR'S FOREWORD To you, who an the past year have gaaned enqgoyment partucsp atnng un the actnvaties and sharing the use of our school, ma thas '39 Edntoon of the Sumnssakl be a helpful remander of many happy days. . 1 , V A . ' ,Vi 1 - 1 - ' 1 . 'I .5 4 . l . o U u V y M . ' v V I I DEDlCATlUm To one who by has able supervlslon has graduated many worthy the Sumusslkl a success, we taxe great pleasure l dedlcatung thus i959 Edstlon of the Sumlsslka to our teacher and Pranclpal M Ml , I . students from our school and who has helped so much in making . . . . .n A . .A . . . . . . I . . , r. J. E. 'les. 41 Furst Row left to right Mr Danuelson, Mass Fraser, Mlss usman Mr Males l 3 9 -F QP . ' G . -- . . . . Second Row-Mr. Kantola, Miss Laurenson, Mr. Lambert. Third Row-Mr. Stonehouse, Mr. Atkinson. 4 nr. 'I . 1 . L-ax' ' 5, 2 Engl' l A 2 n '. 4 . . . M Ml es Prlnclpal Algebra Arnthmetic Mr Atkunson un I ssh Mass Fraser E g ash 3 A Musuc FACULTY Mr Stonehouse Socnal Sclences Lzbrary Mr Danlelson Shop Mass Laurenson Garls Scnence Health Home Economics Girls Coach Mr Lambert Boys Scsence Health Boys Coach Mr Kantola Agriculture Miss Susman Typmg Bookkeepung Com Arlth Shorthand v andang I ft to ught E a Tyrel Paul O'Laugh IH Atklnson Advlsor Glenn Turner Anlta Bothell Seated, left to rnght Theresa Hammlngh Julsa Vander May John Hunt Marne Tullotson, Betty Merrlam Rhoda McDougall Beat race Post Catherune Massey Jay Lapp, Vernus Keepers, Peggy,Brown Tom Brown Ted Brouwer, Welton Wlldberger ANNUAL STAFF Editor on chuef Catherlne Massey Busnness Manager Jay Lapp Theresa Hammlngh, Julua Vander Mey Glenn Turner Peggy Brown Marne Tlllotson, AnltaBotheIl Photography Art Clubs Ted Brouwer Welton Wlldberger, Paul O'LaughIun Ted Brouwer John Hunt Sophomore Class EllaTyrell Freshman Class Betty Merrvam Advertssung Beatruce Post, Rhoda McDougall Tom Brown Advlsor Mr Atklnson Boys Sports Sensor Class Junxor Class st ' , e 'rf --In l, Vs, Mr. . 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Councnl Member il-49 Torcn Pon 0VK2-51 Bafididl Annual Sl8ff44W Debatelai vice- Presidentlil CATNEPQNE MASSEY szfns CIUU4,-4: Edi tor of Ar1rwa4 I5-Al Basebal 131 Peo CVubl2-1 -Ar ushers Clubfi-3' 4 I SLVEJUA VELl" Qlrlz ,1Jn, va WaSenaI:.1: Jras, :fvs.N.1 . ,N V . I1-nu., Inwwr Nonmuwn UASEDA I I I2-37 'rackI BI Qoxinglll QEYTY OQR Rnsketbal I I I-2-Bl Baslbal ll I-21 Torch Honorl ?l GI rls CIuDI I-AI EODV POWELL BaseballI2-51 Annual 51511451 Buys Quartetteul HOWARD ROEDELL Qunar Ensemble I4I PHYLLIS SOQENSON Elrls 'ripI2 V50 R41 ,Irls Clubtl- AI Upeveltal II 999 'mural New 'Staff I .I-,AFN- .IrI1"IIfI -Aw wwf, EIe2'Iuc'A' ..rI3..Cu!1It Tfw I4 PAUL 0'LALISHLIN Basketball: I-2-4I Easebal II2-3-41 Pres. of A.S.R.I4l Yell Leaderg, Torchr2-51 CLIFFORD POWELL Letter-mans Club I2-S-AI Sasebal I I2-5-41 VERA RAPSON Torch Honqrm ll Operntull Annual StaHI3I Girls Club! I-41 JEAN SARVIS Glrls Club!!-Al Orcheslru I-Sl Girls Triple Trio IU Pep CIuuI2-AI Song Leaderlll VARY SVQAKA Annual S!af'I5I ,urls Club!!-1' 1 5 Q l S 99 ...ay ..-p. fd' -nv n,m 'qi 'T a -.4 ,,-.va 4 HALAN SEhlOD C'ACQ HIQTURY Here the Sensor class of '39 preparlng to graduate A ren nusce we d-scoverthat Wa we 9 J eat cl ss wl magnlfucent lnsplratlons and a ted sch f of l93b and soon learned that w l e y lult f esh not green but flesh, because we were H l a oleasei We were also consudered o wave 4 no t fle oest a ' talent sence the class 0 ' One ff tlat vea , Tad Brozver receuved a letter ln basketball Two or us wrote W ton and Roland Plke, earned letters ln base u l w l ft r the end of the year we added many names to the Torch Honor hor ty and were consldered the smartest class of hool e ta te second vear we were Just as the word bo h amofe ,mn.. w we C because we werenlt Freshman any more, ve tha ol H da anvthlng and get awa wa h true wt tte men ncreased as Anthony Farmer andRon a farlfd ett r an basxet ball and Ted Brouwer, Rona Koe Je A row 'lwford Powell Paul O'Laughlln, Herman Vander Mey, ard 'eflart Nordlund recelved letters In Baseball t was a most a romolele sophomore baseball team Although we we e stall the smartest class, a few of the mem- bers ot he To ch Honor cou dn t make the grade and were dropped from the Socletv Our 1 fear arted h ur oun utt e wor posssblc and hav no mS much fun as posslble After about two th rds o thc year ad gone by we declded to regain some of our s x ne and so started the fsrst attempt at an Annual 1 e h st ef Sumas hooksack Under the able Ieadershsp of a hellne Massev at was a great success Also the average grades went up and we reqa ned quite a but of our forher reputatlon One of the b g events of thus year was the Junlor Sensor anquet The graclous lad es of the Junior class wore slm Ie :nt r sses so as e he Sensors strut aroun an class But on the other hand maybe they thought that they would spull someth ng on them who knows? Alvln Hsnton was aodfu to he basketball squad, thus maklng e mayor ty of 1 e am JUHIOTS u an baseball no one was e to earn a + because a I of last year's team was stlll there HC we s+a tad wur Senlor year we trled to act sophustlcated but we fel+ sn awkward that we soon changed to our normal selves agaln and fe + and ooked much better he fear started out so dull that lt seemed that no one woh d have cared af +he school bu nt down Then we were told that f the school dvdn't get more . ney it would close at the end of December Then everybody said th s school canlt clble down, and everyoody took a renewed :nterest n their dear old school. lContlnued on page 57l .l . V .'. we are, , ., ' ' , ' frgm lhfn wqodvf uf fisiltullon fs we 5 ' f . s , or really a gr a.: 'th ' ' ' ' ' lnltiativi We stfr . r'lool ln the all ' - we wurf r-alZ' 1 ' e r . , . ' , ' - nlt timzd an, d-d wh,t we ,' -tl ' t 2 ghe n's, and .no 'a th.etac ' f 31 of Js hr v r fe, ff' , ' ' . 5, ' '.r 'es ' ' - tal . 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PL . . . ,. .G x l, ' G ,, Y., L , ', - a . - M I 'r L SEA R 'LASS PHOPHEPY Or 55 One day I happened tt 'ook at the Hhook ack ewdrlvern paper of some renown puhll red every morrang oy the Tdlt Cath erlne Massey, and the QUSIUSSS Manager T d vrouwer The screechlnq he dlvnes stated that Maur L Pu Im Enemy No 2lO escaped from the county I caught ard brou up for trea and cut for home! the trlal was go ng o xt ay called up Herman V nder Mey and h s wlfe ard asked lf they vould I ke to qo to the ual, s eard that I Hlmes was to be the presldln judge wlth Jay Lapp as the Prosecut-ng Attorney and Clarence MII ler the Attorney for +re Defense e next morneng we ca'lcd Pull Hesselqvave, owner o e umas Bell ngham stage a d told hum o make reservattons or Herman and me and o w ve on tre stage As we pulled Into TUE stade depot we were a salled by a gr oup of taxa drlvers, among these was Harry Jo asson decaded to go to the courth use wuth Harry but after r dlnq a way we dec :ded we had better WEIRSO As we stepped l7tO he c urt house we were net by Lennart Nordlund the door keepe Standlng about were several offscers I har s a c Inst around the corner lndvng a seat atter I :cu v I notsced among Jury several fam IIB fares They were Mary edwards, Theresa Hammangh Kathleer Lav I e Flvera MrDouqaIl, Katherone Nelundorp Vera Rapson, Mary Strada T eoia hlllla s Lorne CSVTICNBGH Stanley Hatch P ff Dow a Alvln Han or The Jud ca! ed I nne nd the palxff who was n other than HMar3' homes, called def ndant t e stand Ile hns ro edu e w s n o oun a was front of Jean Sarvns Phvllos Sorenson, and Frances Burton and upon znqulrlng I found that they were runnlng a beauty parlor n Seattle After several days of ouestlonanq by both attorneys the Jury re :red for a flnal dere :on Whale the Jury was out I stepped across the street to a ho te to get a cup of coffee A I entered the hotel I saw acr s the hall three WdltVuSSE who were Elsse Myers, Syivla Tyler a d Margaret Gay I was greeted by the managers f the hotel, Gene vea Mellott and Betty Or Stepplng over to the unch counter I found that Maxlne Arnott and Ada Klrkman were operatlng W ole I was drank ng my coffee, who should ome and slt downbe slde me but Marg Tromas Upon Inqulrnnq I found that she had op ened up a style shop of ner own In Seattle and that Phy les H n ton was workung for rev w k ov to pay them m I who should be tre 'le A but Peggy Brown ter talking to her whsle I found that Tw la Wrsght was here on her honeymoon Also ' 'IG' c T .c ,' H an " I I 1 . . . 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LA4- lurron H ' We 9 'W IGSH C WSVVIX 'wr A OFF QL L P+WC 451 9 IUNIOR CLAQS Flrst Row left to rlght Opal Klrkman, Corrnne Frost Carol Determan, Bonnne Solum Charlotte Todd Betty Jean Wells Adelane Axt Sophle Llgocku Laverne Baurd Mlldred Handerson Laverne Frost Murael Den Hartog Blanche Caldwell Norma Cummsns EI n McGillvray Second Row Tom Edwards, Vernus Keepers, Eleanor Vaul Esther Jonnason, Anna Altena, Vsrginia Trapp, Gladys Connel, Frevda Mat ter, Julla Vander Mey, Tena Van Weerthuszen, Katherine Himes, Myrtle Larson, Frank Flsher, Don Norman, Mr. Lambert, Advlsor. Thurd Row Don Houston, Grant Sller, Larry Larson, Georqe Beuhle, Walter Harris, Wlnten Hoy, Jim Shortsle, Robert Klrkman, John Hunt, Peter Salmon, Don Olson, Bill Punt, Gall Bnshop. , , A. I lu, rw- , :Aj5,..2 f I- 7. ,,, ,. , - , V V . . . 4 5 1'-37 ' ' ' ' . , 1 'S -L " " K ','i1,:,gfg-H' Q Q 9 " Q ,F . . , E1 . - L Q U , Q 1 cs ' ' ' A aff' 5 . 3f4L . 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FqUffVQ fD1rf1J , .ear :Je in n king it the 2 r ,A,, est ld aut for ,gsksihqii and Jer- ,dfm M: 9 on the f"i- :ZUV A secsnd iQ,'L Moro ', -'v5t EisH'g W' the only one to 1.5 ' G, !'?i'Ji'.'1'?"Jx. fx, C. 'J :X '- Lea . Many of ' A, J .s jo3nuw ctber c"bs d .'ng zQ.u,E u'f:xrf 'g 'f- awj 5 aaron! Life. , W'9D3V5ffCF fuii rf tic',1- gfarfs wembwHQdZd ndt fnza' .vurff adsztiflgi ju xffi 'ffCvv 'QVRQJ Cxii F35 JD, If??7i fg1.w:?z1' ..V.1TL. S v' ,ite Tue invrfwsi in e,pivitiv5 If class 52 regr ,.., aj ted if 'il :nfs furwbi ifis U,ar, wkf h Dsbativg. f 0 Ju ' .s, Tater ani Q Tmani L,1t V N 55- had Zxuwi German any Feilirg QM aCeV5 frJr an "3SS- CG '- ' if cu 5'., I. Ln 5 1 2 -nt Wh,IQ1f C Hnay in thy Gol- dGf .iiigxi Lyif , , l. Q ilY 211 C PHOMORC CLASS Henderson Valentune G :agar Edsth Pake Wunona Kurkman, e a Bartoo, Ella Tyre! M rse Tullotson, Mary 4unt yl as La , Wanda Bruggs Lester El Jah Second Row E nest Sams Verleen Forbes Gloria Parberry Doris Schulter Madune moan ngstar, Howard Englehart Mary Robln son, Frances Knsgrt wubma H nton Annta Bothefl Larolnne Hanson ThlrdRomP Nsck Ca ato tl Grover Weston,Cd Wuley Tom Brown, Mr Danaelson Advasor, Mvke Boggs, Bob McG llvray, Warren Allen, Ssd Sleasman, Ciyde Swanson, Jordan Sulves Harold Baard f'j1 N ,l I wtf-r ,bf 1 ' 'S K, , 1, I "g 9 - A.. , First Row, leftto rEght--Heiga Jerns, Jonnie Crosslin, Kan , ' 'a'.b'., ' ' , ' ' L t i, a ' ' I , Ph I' ng ' , - ii . ""' V T 1 y 9 A . . Q . , zu 1 . - I ' ' ' - ' I . , 2 , . , . . - . , ,G r . , . . . , a , . , J T - E u ' . , . a Vf.Am2 I I vrQ grow f rty wen rofhwef entfrpu their 13 t f sr f Q 'ch0oI 4 U rl 1 ' la+w Than b an CAAIG ua IvQQ won decisions af ine varrfuS 1 co rds was aoponntnd assss rowa Q P Ich ga rrer mv me base all ro Pdnfpn 4 and Mary Hunt ard wanona . H he!! Caro Nfr hoQenfor us A P r h 1 Qcnf He v0 Hnr,. Q are on the Torch Horor L V 5 rg arm S fo lows Swv fnglebart U P I 1 'WSU 9 I QOH Elph' JPG hl5lJ.Y, , xgrg i 24253. 1 M p Cn' thi ,'-53' 2 F ,J .1 ' 1 J h,J ' EfpH: ,'V- :fs ,GRY 'U 15-8. ', iff: cf QFQ toys have taken ac Eve part ', ,H, J ., .L 4 2,,vrd Efg'ehHrt, Jcrdan 5' ves, ,nd NECA La Lhrti A VnL K 'H, 'cftnd LV r cf Ea5Haf.all, d H H'f' Emglwk rt, 'Nu' , 11!.,f :mf Jbifih SE H, . . many .' ' . M ' 'N-. Qwwiffi 'HVWWHVLUL 152 UGfyh TGW iWwa N' 'M - ' i- snt Vimiiiif 'ani cF 4 "ri 5,9 .lift is f t,:, -. ", ' b. 'lbw avg F? ,-.' 3iwaiwaC iS on the Tvack team. Vggy gifts? EVEYQ MOT , '!E,v I' vi., K'y - '5fQ7f, avi Elia Ty 252, 'Que C. ,. .hvrs, ' 1'. '- , : ' X:f',4H are lW ike 'ep Jlu.. A 34754 ?:'uP!T3f9, in f.p.V'W'C' ' A A , 0 VEvQ DF H121 NVUUQ wvre i 1Ve Tor V '! yn f?Hf'jL.ff Office 3 A L a . I ." I Mfefecqwimm-mama-M---J-u--H '1rd L I vl0,MV"STdan+nu-- ---w---- B05 Lw2!ap '?u't'px' ind Treagurer-n-W'nQna Hirkmf C2595 -Q,3f?eJ-M-W-W-u---MEIEQ Tyre!! vdvlggydf-M ---- -Nw0------- n-0-Mr, U3Hi.'f 1 FRESHMAN CLASS rst Row leftto rught Mr Kantola Advlsor, Betty :Pos , Arvllla Handy Betty Merrlam Bernuce Turner, Peggy Orr wllna Koetye, Frances Lavelle Betty Thom, Lorenewwlls PatracnaEhlers Lu alle Smlth Katherune Thom, Qetty Satterlee, Betty Mclerran, Jane Brnstolg Ardell West, Ted Pake Goad Agnes Lngocku Ora Mae Askland Eva Hoedell Louise Ester green, Jeanne Thomas Alyne Edwards Marne Rhoads Lucena Coffee, Harrlet Graves, Arlene Myers, Onwln Olsen Lambert Vnsser Thurd Row Roland Smaley Bobby West, John Quall, Johnwest ergreen Buster Knrkman, Kenneth Massey, Paul Matter C Crarence Roedell Bull Wells Gordon Sorenson, George Packer George Man hart, Glenn Harras Bob Sarves, Burton Porter, Wayne Craag, War ren Frost Howard Allen I Fi , ' -- . , ' V. 't . , , . ' . . . , , . . n C. . I . L . . . - Second Row--Tom McLerran,Fhoda.McDougall, Dena Combee,lrene I O .1 1 'H . 1 . ' I .I D I , . ' '- ' , ' ' 7 I ' I ef- it 1 D I I ' . , . . - , . FQKQHMAN C'AQ HISTORY all of IOBB a group of beautlful but dumb Freshman tormed the doo e o the Suma vooksack Hlgh School knowlng llttle wut sec Everythlng was a new experlence for them but they taught on ou cwl, th 5 enter +he class had an enrollment of 58 studen s r ve moved away Apparently the secretary Job s+JHent hecause the Freshman class have lost three t o mOMlOQ away Betty Merrlam has been elected as the faw of th eehman have taken part IU the fOllOWlhQ 8CtlV ltles qvm Newspape , Drchestra, Glrls Chorus Camera Club, F F Wand and Debatlnq Club Sfp the C eshman class were anatlate by e other tudents, and they came to school decorated very much and put on + e program for assembly oct 21 the freshman sponsored an all school skatlng partv lH the Qumas rank maklng a proflt of sixty cents T e oft: ers fo the class are as follows Preslden+ Bob oarv Mace pV8SldCCf Arv lla Handy Secretary Traasurer Bettv Merrlam louncal Member Ted Plke Repcrter John Quall Advlso Mr Kantola .,v. l ,,,,S M S , . I Tl t rl? l . , " . Q I T . . . 3 I I 4 ' F f , . S'-1 ' , , . L wflng all. T .' K T ., N , V L l q ? . 7 , n when L 2' ,rl ed, - T. t hut since them 7 .a - ' ' T Frlghfehs the s-fu. 'S, - ' -l . , , , ., 1 .: , ' , ' . .L1, rj l H1235 U I 1 , I ,A m Q .. 'ourth one, mary N Q 5' ' ' ' ' - l , . ,,,- . . D, F I , . --.t,., . .. . , . .AJ . ' " ,, , , . . . of to 28, .. lr, d th 55 l l. C 1 1 ' C -h , - , . f' fl ' ' . , , . v . . . . . sf Y -. Q W I h . ' ' f, X , fa u , . . 0 . 5 L,...........-........u.-.....--....., 45 , . . 'Q V - xx n-..-...,....-....-- Q . .- J .-v-no-c-nge--vs - , , " l -......... -..-.-.-.... ' ' , 'I H wvmvanqnx-Q-nat-Q-1-a-.sq-1 , W 5'........................--...-.......- j , Y"T Fnrst Row left to raght Mr Mules Advus r, Nack Calatortl Ted Pnke Paul O'Laughlvn, Corranne Frost Second Row Herman Vander Mey, Don Houston, Jay Lapp STUDENT COUNCIL At the begunnong of the school term a relaable group of stud ents were elected as offucers of the student body Paul O'Laughlvn as Pressdent, Herman Vander Mey as Vnce Presndent Corrvnne Frost as Secretary and Treasurer Ted Puke freshman, Nnck Calatortl sophomore, Don Houston Junsor, and Jay Lapp senaor,as councllmem- bers Mr Mlles acts as thear advlser These people are the dec :dung factors for the student body I I rf V V W h I ,v S ,.-.., S b ', 38 A if . . 37 , Q D, , . ..., , , . . . . . . , - . , . , o , . . , , - . .. . . . . I u , . I l 1 R l . . . . - . . . . , . . . . . w . . . I I I . O l -Q . . . o rst Row left to rught Ted Puke, Gordon Sorenson Larq I Larson Ed Wuley, Frank Fusher, Kay Massey cook Herman Vander I Mey, Bull Hesselgrave, Welton Wuldberger, Walter Harrus, Tom Ed wards Second Row Mr Danuelson, Advusor, Clarence Muller Warren Frost, Glenn Harrus, Bob Sarvus, Wayne Craug Burton Porter, Pam Matter Warren Allen, Bull Hunt, Mr Kantola Advusor Thurd Row Kenneth Massey, George Buehle Ruchard westergreen Bob McGullvray, Anthony Farmer, Clyde Swanson, Stan Hatch, Grant Suler Wunton Hoy, George Packer F F The purpose of the F F A us to get the boys that want to be farmers, started unto farmung wuth more modern methods, and to l I b ble to help brung the boys more and more together so they w l e a each other un the future, fagmlng The local F F A also sponsored Smokers wuth Blaune and Mt Baker Hugh schools There were also several basketball games throughout the year wuth other F F A organnkations ln the county Offucers are as follows Presudent Herman Vander Mey Vuce Presudent Secretary Frank Fusher T rer Ed Wuley reasu Reporter Welton Wildberger Advuser Mr Kantola K J ev ai' Fu -- , I 3 A I 5 I . ..- 0 ' I , . , . .... , . . , I ' ' . .A. , . . . 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' 1 . . ..-...... ..... ....-............. ..... ............ - ' ....-....-.........-......--......--.........-BI I I Hessg I grave 1311312-!i1i111i11i111111111111 . . -....-...-...........-..............-....--............ ........... .... ............ .......... ............. . ..... ............ ....-...... ........... , 'ri- '-.- Fnrst Row left to rlght Lucllle Manhart Ella Tyrell Wllm Hlnton Wlnona Kurkman, Muriel Den Hartog, Mary Hunt, Marne Tull Second Row- Mr Males, Advlsor, Norma Cummlns Katherane Hlmes, Frances Knlght Helga Jerns, Laverne Balrd Anna Altena Corrune Frost Theresa Hammlngh, Julla Vander Mdy, Walter Harrls Thard Row L ter ElvJah Nlck Calatortl Paul O'Laughlin Herman Vander Mey, Ted Brouwer Phllllp Hlmes Jay Lapp, John Hunt Anthony Farmer, Donald Olson TORCH HONOR The Torch Honor of S N H S as a soclety composed of thnrty one students, all of whom have made honor grades an scholarshsp dursng the prevlous year At the furst meetung thas year very capable offlcers were elected Ted Brouwer was chosen for Pres ldent, Julla Vander Mey for Vlce Presldent and Rowena Wells for secretary treasurer Mr Mules IS advlser for thas organlzatlon Although the members of thus group are studlous that they can have a good tame also ns shown durlng the two partves glven every year O e p rty as glven ln the fall to :nitrate the new members, the other us gaven durnng the semester When a student makes the Torch for the flrst tame he as pre sented wlth a pen havlng one whnte bar If he GS stnll on Torch at the end of the second year the pan as exchanged for one havlng two whlte bars The 'ard year he receuved a Torch pnnand a plaque at graduatlon O eg V 5' A Q rn' A ' ' 5 f dwg A .1 ' 1 . 5 ' . . - 1 ' 1 H gif 'I ' I . I ,-. Q- . I I , . I otson, Caroline Hanson, Clarence Miller, Ernest Sams. - . . . . 1 . I I I i "' es P r - 1 ' In - r 1 ' . Q . T . I . , ii . . I n a . . . . , 1 ' . ' . Q . . . . . . the .. . gn. -. . ' . Furst Row left to ruqht Mzldred handerson Vlnona Knrkman, lheresa Hammlngh Catherlne Massev Laverne Frost olet W lu son O rf r+ U1 QQ CDO 'KO WD O. 13 N11 'OO E O IJ X N Q-O fb-1' 'xfb 31 Q- U33 CD X CD 02 17- CDG! 'XC 4-HE CD D Q. O "l U L.. F0 N' D D DP 1 C U3 G CD 3 CU 4 N Z GJ -l 3' -1 Q. Z0 O E 1 U1 Us 'n 1 bl UI CD CD '1 b Q 4 U5 O 1 .. 'U CD LD :J K4 TJ 1 O 2 3 l"'l 4 ID w LD 3 0 'D O r: no N 32' 01 3 .4 3' U '-4 CD QD - 4+ 'r ID CD 1 Ui O c: U S or Ul O 1 Q SD 3 N rv Q. O C 1 TJ O 'O C: DD -1 Sl fx o ace at the close of last sc ool term lled r posltuon eff lclently The club was davlded unto four groups and every month one of the groups pet on a program ID the assembly They were presented v ry well, and each g rl showed terest and dad her part w llung y At the end of the year a program made up of the best performances were put on ourlng the year, was guven un assembly At Chrustmas each group made up several Chrsstmas boxes con sastsnq of canned fruats, vegetables, and meats, toys apples, and anythlng else that would come an useful These boxes were guven to the Salvatlon Army and the Llons tlub, wno ln turn dustrsbuted them among the needy famulzes an thas terrltory At the flrst of the of the year shadow sasters were drawn and glfts were exchanged on approprlate occaslors A CVYISYMZS party was glven an the gym after school for the purpose of havnng a good tame, and exchanglng theur gafts The year ended successfully, wsth each gurl revealang the name of her shadow sister at a flnal party .le P' . ,Q .P --H. . , J. . ' ' , , , ' .. nA, f , Vi 'il 'am- V F- . . . . , . Q ' ' 1 U 1 , s , . --, y g , e , Srl -lub g ' 'c ' . l K ', . president, Theresa Hammingh, who was voted into her position of ff' . h , fi ' he ' ' - e . . i in ' , 'i ' l ' I ' . ' ' I . . ,4 E . 1 . . . ' 'J . 4747 Flrst Row, left to rlght Maurlce Brune, Lorne Carmlcheal Second Row Esther Jonnason Anna Altena Phyklls Sorenson Margaret Thomas Jean Sarvls, Twlla Wrught Kathleen Lavelle, Eleanor Vaal, Vernus Keepers, Catherlne Massey Thnrd Row Bernlce Turner, Myrtle Larson, Laverne Frost Frances Burton Beatrice Post, Mary Hunt wlnona Kirkman Mary Edwards, vlrglnla Trapp, Arvllla Handy Theresa Hammlngh PEP CLUB Wath the openlng of school the Pep Club was agaln organ zed wl h the membershup of twenty two gurls To berome a member a gurl must be voted lhto the club by popular vote The song lead r automatlcally becomes presldent of the Pep Club and the Glrl's Club presldent a member The Pep Club was organlzed IU the early sprlng of l957 under the able leadershlp of Mass rraser Mr Stonehouse and Mr Dan nelson were appointed thus year as the gurls' adylsors T as club has a constltutlon a d sts by law whlch must e obeyed by every member The purpose of the club s to help he players Durlng the tournament at the game between S N and Blau ne the Pep Club olrls entertanned the audlence by masqueradlng as horses, each horse representnng a school, a d pul'lng a cotl ed wagon, the S N emblem The glrls gave an excellent perform- ance and were well received by the crowd lnltlatlons'are held at the beglnnlng of the year for the new members and many partles and plcnlcs are held throughout the school term By popular vote Lorne Car chael and Maurlce Brune were made yell leaders for thus school year These boys, wuth the corpor atlon of the students, deserve m ch of the credit for the success of our school athletncs 'I , . , ' ' ll W A n ' u . g , . I -- D ' V ' 5 , I " 1 I p 4 1 . 1 i 5 - ' 1 r A 1 , l 4 I ' X X . . . , .... . , I 1 1 V. . . . . . , 0 , I A . . - . I u. - ,, , I I '- I .. E . - . . V . . . l 6 - . . . A I -9 D P 2 ' 1 0 ' l - ' . h . . . . I . . n - S - b . I t I I u ' U - .- 1 . pg I I I t ' ' n .' 'Pre "' A . I I lv' If . . Y- . A ' F . . . 2 . . .7 ,-5' - 0 , . v n Q ' Q L1 ' . Q L urst Row left to rlght Ella Tyrell, Loulse Estergreen, Rowena wells, Jean Thomas, Beatrlce Post Second Row Mlss Susman, Advisor, Arlene Meyers, Betty Merr nam Grace Merrlam, Rhoda McDougall Thlrd Row Corrsnne Frost, Jean Sarvns, Vera Rapson, Ardel West Fourth Row John Quall Alvin Hlnton, Welton wlldberger Our school newspaper seems to be gettlng better as the years go by lt ls publlshed every two weeks and consusts of the school actlvutaes, Jokes, and artlcles about athletic games, and coming events Thus year a contest was held between the classes Every two weeks a paper was published by a drfferent class Certaln people outsude of the school were asked to Judge the papers and their fsnal deccslon was that the Junlor class edited the best paper The newspaper staff treated them to a party ln the gym a few nsghts after the Judgels declsoon lce cream and cake was served after the party Rowena Wells was elected the new edator and proved to be a very efflclent one The sensor typrsts did the typing On a whole the paper proved to be a great success and was one of the mann actlvltles of the year A ' are R ' ' ,. Fo 1' 4 0 it ' 0 N ' . . . 0 NEWSPAPER STAFF . . s , FAMERA CLUB The Lamera Club was started agaln thas year under the sup e vlslon of Mr Danlels n Many new lmprovements have been made ln the camera room A partntlon was built formrng a new room for prlntlng and developing, the rest of the room belng left ll A ventllatlng system was lnstalled ID the new dark room and more convenle t method for washing plctures was made possuble by Mr Danlelson Offlcers were elected thus year to take the place of the ex ecutlve committee of last year Those elected were as follows Presldent Walter Harris Vlce Presadent Ball Hesselgrave Sec Treasurer Ella Tyrrell Rules were made that each member was to have developed and prlnted elght plctures before November 20 l958 ber Anyone falllng to meet these requlrements was asked leave the club BOYS QUARTET Four Sensor Boys, under the dlrectlon of Muss Fraser, meet every Monday to practice sunglng They are Herman Vander Mey Pau O'Lauqhlsn Phulllp Humes and Maurlce Brune These boys furnlsh entertainment between acts of plays and other programs GIRLS TRIPLE TRIO The gurls HTrlple TFION meet every Monday, under the dnrec tuon of Mass Fraser the musnQ,teacher It lS composed of three flrst sopranos, three second sopranos and three altos They sang at various entertalnments and programs E ',i. ' ' 4, -- r ' ' U O . ,. . . , , , . .ghta I . t . . a E .N - Q f ' l 4 . . i . 0 Two reports on photography were also required from each mem- -. ' to l ' 1 ' 1 . V , . . 1 , U : T , , 3 l h , I A . E L , , , . 3 . , , ,4n--s.,,..-i- .a"' .. -s L N V' 4499-S' .,. . ' .. ,,,,.-,f--Q I nP2sx HQHCR9 flU9 re on enter tts 1 l O num he evenlng frat ay es tx be preS6Hi9d y u w I be ushered to your se L b A r Q' cvs ar w 1 e satan nlou e e one OT tr v ke p e U hers Y o the rls v e be ts and tn s, the remalnln sex wear blue one iver vea four gurls are elected from the Sophomoreclass se qa remaln ID the Ushers C ub through thelr remalnun ree year sch They meet every two weeks and are super vlsed by ws Peas r srst Row, left to ru H+ vsolet Wllllamson Myrtle Lars n, Elvera McDouoa l Anita Bothell Catherlne Massey Second How Juan ta Blshop Carollne Hansen, Adelune Axt Mary EOWBVGS DEBATE CLUB A denete club was organ zed th s year for the furst tame n n w n the choo at as composed of sax students and ls dlv ded awlo two tea s Phlllsp Hlmes and John Hunt were c o- sen capta n A few yO ol debateng was put unto use thas year an whlc the wo opposenq teams cooperate an solvang problems ofmutual l1+6F8S1 e u N team entered two tournaments durnng the year The ll 1 r lac a e on was e a Vernon The last was ne d at the western Washungton COIIGQS of Education un Belllngham 0 Janua v 6 Only two declslons were won by the home team due to lack o experlence but plansare already underway for a strong team next wear t Row 'eft to rsght Ernest Hento Jay lapp, Peter a mon KOFPS Carmlchael Second Row Phellzp Hames Mr Atkanson, Advlsor, John Hunt HD NG T AM After many black eye bloody noses, broken thumbs and teeth L e boxlng season closed Nath Welton Wlldberger Clarence Muller, an leddv Pnke comvng +hc end of the season wlthout one loss s x f ghts The schools T uuhtwere Blavne, Mt Bakerand Abbotsford, B C A benefat smoxerwas held wlth Mt Baker to help each boy pay for he rnyu eg suffered whsle boxnng F F A BOXING fl st Row, left to rnqht Mr Kantola, Advssor, Ted Pike, F arence Muller, Ed Wlley, Howard Engelhart, Tom Edwards Jeuond Row Ball Hesselgra. Walter Harrls, Warren Allen, Stanley Ha+CH Yhlrd Rowe-Jordan SIIVGS, B Hunt, Anthony Farrer, Welton Wlldbergern Wd n y 1 A . nf S NLF S. aud't,r' on t'- 1 '. .l a pl '. c l ' , Og 'nl' ' 3 ' , V at y 1 girl dressed El navy .la t nd h't ' Q s.. Sh is , ' .e tfelve Qlff? that ma u th Us Club.H Sin i se gi , roar red 5 - 'e" ' ' ' Q e' ,- 'l s. .Q 'y 5. F ' - . . The N'rls ". ' l ' ' ' g th , y,' s of , oolt V - ' f Miss ' e , F' - , ug. - - I I 0 A I ' . ' ., ' Q " -' 1 ' ' " "' 7 1 I Third HowenKate Henderson, Norma Cummins, Elia Tyrell. A 1 1 - 5 5 " ' ' 5 the 'lstery of s lv " ' ' L ',id, tai m N f." ' ' h ' . on ai s, , JAH t, e x . . , . . h 4, .1 o u ' .., L.. A L rl s. - f Th Tu ' , f'rs,, fo p' tuc ly h ld t Mt, . x 1 7 , - fs - - - 1 ! x. .. . .n ' A FV ,H . ', T 4 f , ' ,, A XL. Flrs 's , I ' '-- , . S l- , A. Vx IR lr u E h 'J -N . . . V U . . P . ffF5 - E v- S, l 4 ' 1 - - . h ' .F s I d W- U 9, ' to . 2 I L - in gi E , '. g '0'o ' . . . , L , . t T."rTe. ' ' , n re. ' - , ' ' U A m- ' ' ,tv ' Wil' ill pi Plrsf ow e t to Fl ht Tyr Elsle Myers, How m Roedell are Mae Askland Charlotte Todd, Margaret Gay Katherlm Hsmes, M lra M ley, Ellen McGlIlvray, Betty Orr Luclna Corfee, Stoddard lU5tVUC+OF Fecond Row Mass rraser,Advlsor, Lucllle Smith Glenn HBYFIL n on Pc Sarvls, Jay Lap Clarence Muller Ernest Sams 1 e la vt t dlnlet wlllnamson, CorrlnneFros , Carolune Hanson rd a Lorne Carmnchael, B ll Hunt Alvln Hlnton Rober Kmrkman s ft Harrls Myrtle Larson Mauruce Brune, Wayne Crazy Warrer Frost BAND and ORCHESTRA Tre embers of the Sumas Nooksack Hugh School Band have la 1 away tbelr unstruments after a very successful year! As th s was the f rst year a band has been organlzed an the school the nenbels worked very hard ln order to present a concert held March Bl vr Stoddard of Maple Falls, the organlzor and dlrec brolght the band through wuth much success and prause lhau enCb+ members organlzed under the name HAdvanced Bandu and furnlqhed acccmpanlment for the school songs at several baske? Dall games The orchestra, whach was reorganlzed by Mass Fraser, had a full and successful year lt played for all plays gnven by he sfude t body and also for outsude entertainment A V" Q-A L --.--,,....3 ,.,,- ,. , ..., M., ,. ,. - -.,..---,,,x ,.............-..- 1 ' , an . T ,I e 2 e X 1' N D ' Eli in - 43,3 ' N. of . .L .,. M v Q Q .. f- .. r"""5" "Z, as -. T.. JA-A -- . - V, A QR , l,f Q --Ella ell, C. f 'r -' ' I r " K n 3 ' , ' Nh ,, : N. - , B . I . ,- . . . - C. ' "" 5 , 1 HCKY, .5 JD ' ' P, ' , Cen v" ,eflo t,"o ' ' ' t ' . The ' 'down ' ' i , ' ' , 1 l , 4a:,2f ' c, , 1 - l ff! 1' ' - . 3 . . 5 ' ' ., 1 l ' " ' l tor, e ' ' . "-uit., T. ' 3 5 l ,. N G S . t .- n . . 4, Flrst Row, left to rlght Herman Vander Mey, Paul O'Laughlun P ll Gaul blshop Don Houston Clsff Powell Eddse owe Ted Brouwer , Second Row Grant Sller Howard Englehart Anthony Farmer Alvln Hlnton, Ronald KoetJe, Ball Hesselgra e Thlrd Row Nlck Calatorta George B ehle orover Weston, or ne Carn chael, aurlce , LETTERMEN'S CLUB The purpose of the meetlngs of the talk over the sports we are actlve an at how to Improve the players The Lettermen's Club makes rules Lettermen's Club s to that partncular tome and whlch the school has to ablde by To become a NLettermanH one has to have so many polnts t qualnfy for a lette and have to go by the rules of the club The Lettermen, to show theur apprecsatlon of what the PepClub has done for them, sponsored a hlke to Anderson's Lake and ate th ear supper there Eats were furnished by the Lettermen's Club The offucers for thus year were as follows P dent Gaul Blshop res: Vxce Presldent Herman Vander Mey Secretary and Report Alvun Hlnton vvewaf ' ug T + . y K b F. L, - 4 . . -- L . I I I ' I ' "' r 1 r . -- . ., iv , , L - . E M ' Brune Mr. Lambert, Coach. . I I , ' ' J ' 4 - . , ' o ' Y oer----- ---- -- ' ' 1L li E'rs Qow left to r'ght--Corrinne Frost Caroline Hanson Juana Vander Mey Rowena Wells, Ella Tyrell 4 cond Row helga Jerns D nald Olson, John Punt, Jerome urne Ted 9 uwer hall Hsmes, Lester EllJah Ernest Sams TORCH HONOR PLAY plan Gtr: q Nevol To be presented by the Torch honor c ety n the Q N Audltorlum nex Frlda Thus was the sugn that appeared on the bulletln board on the mornlnq of february IO TNlS three act play was glven on the evening of February I7 and proved very successful lt was a story of a slxteen year boy wno l hone because he consldered has mother too con CGFPEG ovcr hls troubles ruth the football coach A :ery unter est ng scene was her reactlon to a telegram statlng that her son ha kllled a man The coach flew to the rescue and returned wath not only the good news that the message had been a mlstake but wuth Davad hnmself The rest of the play was glven over to ex pianatlons and apologys and the flnal curtasn was drawn on a very pleasart scene The cast was as follows Elngabeth Holt l a young wldowl Julla Vander Mey Annabelle Madden lher frlendl l6FOllf6 hanson Davld Holt ltllzabeth's sonl John Hunt Herry Fenstamacher lthe handsome coachl Ted Brouwer wary Lou Perksn lwho admlres Davadl Ella Tyrell Offlcer Clancy Jerome Purke Mrs lannlqan Mrs Alden Corrlnne Frost MISQ Marten Rowena Wells Mr Wade Phil Hlmes Jack Alden Donald Olson Messenger Bcy Lester Elijah Ernest Sams Grocery Boy Mr Dannelson Jsrector rs t . , . : I , , I ' . sen L --' ' q, o l B ' ' , l l FO ., I, . ' , l A , . . HA -l. , -' nh ' 1-M So Z . l, o.'. ' ' t ' y.' . , . . . I .J - Q ' old . 'eft . ' ' - 1 . J- ' B ' 1 4: ' L A x ' .. d . . n . M . I . . r I v cl . s --'Q'-ili-. ikiiii "-1'-iyitt . 'e I --" "'- ""'- p , ' . S . . T-----Q-----.--. O ' , -----'---v--- ----r- --0 -------'----- . '---' J . . . 'L ---- -------- ------ -------- -------- --He I ga -Jerns l l --.--.. ---- - -u-------- ---7--- ------- ---v . ' Q J ' ---------- ---- -- ------ ------------- . . ------m ----------- -------- ------- ----- - ' - l ip ' F' ' ., ' , L "" " 'ii"' ""'111"""""'1"'1-"" titii "'-""'-"' 9 S andnng, Left to rught Bull Hescelgrave Mamr ce Brune Theresa Hammangh Betty Orr Paul O'Laughlun Herman Vander Mey Ernest Hento Svttung Left to rlght Peggy Brown Jean oarvls P Ilse Sorenson, wllma Wslev Elvera McDouoall SENIOP PLAY m no own e stairs l ed mob J 3 + let board U dn't what al e x trne t w Q about to satasfy ny cursosnty I DUSHGO thru to get a peek two 'P me e, come all e H nan as Qlll' on a what I read, so when May I2 came around that' hf a went The story takes place nn the lobby of a Smal! hotel wh: b owned and operated by a widow mortgage se r 1 r the no e Square Maddox, and when he learns that a Chlcago fsrm l antere ted ln buying the property, he plansto fOFClOS9 on +he nortgaqe 3 overhears e ans and an the end with Ted and vu: s help outsmqrts the squlre and reganns hrs wnfe's affect one ast as as followsl Ted Chapman lThe local football herol Herman Vander Mey Ma Chapman lHls mother! lhnresa Hammungh Gracne Long lThe sweetest gurl an town Flvera McDougall Bell Barrow lA lovable old loaferl Paul O'Laughlln Lottle lBlll's harrassed wnfel Betty O r Mnllne lA gurl from Chuca ol Peggy Brown Valencla Maddox lThe town's beautyl Jean Sarvsf Square Maddox tThe towns Shylockl Ernest Hento Marlon Grant lSchoolmate ff Ted and Gracnel wnlma Wlley Loretta Everett l""""l --+- Phyllss Sorenson Mr Harrsson lAn ardent foo ball fanl -Maurucb Brune Mr Benson lA oromo+er, Bill Hesselgrave l W, wmir Avy yv o M t ' ' -- ' Q , 1 E , . . ' ' 1 ' I A 1 2 I' 1 1 " -Q N DV: I h 'r Q . ' 7 I N , f. Co I W d th ' l not c- a M arofnf ,he bol En . v l co l figure l th, e.cE.m.Ja at f , l So ,l ' . .8 . I , l L Foo on , to se A i , H' . M'y l2vm-wa5 q ' , s w rr, i ., ' ," . + , ,'c. is ' . A . A " :alt or , ' t I by ' ' . . ' ' 's ' ste, ' ' ' ' , .. J v o fill . th pl ' - . ."I:el A he . " .. ' ' D ' -..--....-.... gr ' ' ' ' 9 --.....-.....-.....- . - alias-s ' .4 A ....-., .,l. ,-....-.....-.- ..a..4.-- ' ,, 0 , I " - 1- , 1. " , 1 -e-m-e,g------.,- n I First Row, leftto right Howard Englehart, Herman Vander Mey Paul O'Laughlln Don Houston, Grant Sller Manager Second Row Jerome Burke, Anthony Farmer, Gall Blshop, ed Brouwer Alvln Hlnton, Ronald KoetJe, Mr Lambert, Advesor BASKETBALL lnsplred by an enthuslastlc student body, and new whltesatun sults, the Sumas Nooksack Pioneers enyoyed one of the mostsuccess ful basket ball seasons an the hlstory of the school Because of thelr superuor height laverage 6' lul the Ploneers were termedas the dark horses' and called sky scrapersn bythelr height they sparkled ln qulte afew brllllant top off plays wlththe a defense Enterlngthe County Tournamentwlth three defeats ln nlne games the Ploneerswere rated quxtelow Bu wlth brilllant playung t ey lost only one game whnch wasto Blalne, andwon thlrd place They then defeated Fruday Harborto earna blrth an the Dlstrnct Tourna ment lnthe Dzstrlct Tournament the Ploneers gave Everett Hugh one of the blggest scares of the season and flnally lost by a score of 29 34 with renewed splrlt they breezed through the next game but the third one was too much, for the tlred and weary Paoneers had played elght games ln eleven days For thelr successful season and flne splrlt, the Sumas Llons Club and the S N faculty rewarded the team by sendlng them to Seattle to see the state tournament Boy! dld thev enyoy them selves! 5 . 1- V p l I ' P -a . . T , , , i , . . u ll l H I ' 2, I forwards getting somenlce shots before the other team could set up n E' 0 e t u l u h , , 7 ' l ' ... 4 lip , First Row, left to rlght Arlene Myers Louuse Estergreen Sophxe LlQOCkl Adelune Axt Vernus Keepers Arvzlla Handy Betty Merrlam Tena Van Weerthuuzen Kathernne Nleuwendorp Second Row Jonnue Crosslnn Verleen lorbes PeqgyOrr Anxta Bothell Ardell West, Freuda Matter Kathleen Lavelle MlssLauren son Advlsor ThvrdRow harrlet Graves Frances Knight narle Rhodes, Lucnna Corfee Carolsne Hanson, Julna Vander Mey Margaret Thomas, Dena Combee GIRL S PLAY DAYS The coaches of the schools of Whatcom County held a meetlng t is year lnstead +hey started a HPlay Day For play d y roup of gurls are selected each tame IS done by each f the seven schools IG the county The play days were held at Lynden Ferndale Merldaan, Rlasne Custer, Mt Baker, Western Washington Follege and Sumas Nooksack Playdays conslsted of varuous amusements such as Base ball Basketball, Badminton, Folk Dancnng volly Ball Swammanq and Races Play days are enyoyed by 'I w o partlclpate, wan or lose Good sportsman shsp as stressed and shown greatly by each person Let's bulld up play days U . . t "" Q-2 A . 1 I I I I r 1 A ' ' -- I 1 1 'c ' t ' 1 I , ' ' v , Q , . . -- , . . , . 5 . . , . . , . I Q 7 ' . i last year, and decided not to have basketball 'and baseball games h . Q - - ," . a a g ' -. ' ' . Th' 'is o x I ' , . . L . 1 , . J I - , . . , - , . . K, 1 ' . in h . . . 5, 4 O A . . ' . . . ' . f A 1 nrst ow lef to Fl h tan Pa c B ll Hesselgravq Larry Larson W rren Allen Clarence Muller nd Wiley Second Row Grant Suler Ted Brouwer, Tom Brown John Hunt lhlrd Row Jordan Snlves, Anthony Farmer Phullup hsmes Mr Kantola Advssor Gaul Bsshop TRACK hunter has gone and the basketball team after a very sucr essful season dnsbanded During the fnrst brsght days of early sprung the Track team was organuzed under the leadership of Kantola mnght be noted un passung that Mr Kantola w s track star at Idaho State College durnng has course there A great deal of snterest has been displayed an thas sport,or combfnataon of sports and t seems evudent that nt has come to Sumas Nooksack Hugh School to stay In the farst two trackmeets the boys showed much promase Bnshop ss the star dsscus thrower who has taken several fsrst and seconds Jordon Snlves an An thonv Farmer throw the shot putt Sud Sleasman and Don Houston are the two most promusung sprsnters Ted Brouwer as very eff: cient an the use of the Javelnn John Hunt has shown good form an goung over the hurdles capturlng several places nn meets whnch he has taken part The long dlstance runners are Brll Hes selgrave, Tom Brown, Phnllop Hnmes, and Stan Rever There are many others who have shown much promlse, and there as much hope for future years I V p gy , WW? , me J ef W A Af . I , n 5 , u a i F' R , t 'g t--S I t h, I r a 1 6 I F- . ' - e I ""' , , 1 Don Houston, Herman Vander Mey, Sid Sleasman. - . , -- . A I . . ,. , ' I I ' ' 1' , ,- - , . . . . Mr' . lt ' . ' ' . a a f . , i . . ' . ' d - . . A . . in I I' ig , . Furst Rowl left to rlght Don Norman, Ted Pnke Howard Allen Kenneth Massey Second Row Herman Vander Mey, Eddle Powell, George Blehle Burton Porter Paul O'Laughlun Thlrd Row M Lambert Coach Ronald KoetJe Ted Brouwer Gall Blshop, Clnfford Powell, Don Houston, Howard Englehart Grant Sller, Manager BASEBALL Fortufled with eleven lettermen from last year the l959 cause they lacked that certann necessary Npunchn they were not very successful Desplte the large aggreqatnon of lettermen, there were gaplng holes sn the defense at second base and rnght faeld These caused us to lose most of our games due to errors After the season was well under way our defense was patched but at was too late an the season to make a bud for the champlon shop A T . A . n- . A . , h- . A . I - "' r' 1 1 . tw s 1 'I baseball team had a good chance to win the championship. But be- Compliments of SCOTT L HART Department otore Mo OV Fverythuno for the farm A home Senvor Flass Pnstory lcontnnued from Page IGI Now that we near the fsnash of our years here we don 1 f so smportant and Just wonder what the future has on store for R c cpqfc Upy FOODQ GROCERiES HAPUNA c Compg,ment5 of Congratulations to Sumas Nooksack H Everson Drug Co our fvrst prnnted Annual Remember when you get through school and start a home of your own We've everythnng to furnnsh a home Rught here B B FURNITURE Co AN photographers for the bumossvxo Complnment of hoff and Dnnkey Q , ,I EVE uCNr!!"PQCAh'T!I.,F C A LL 7 0 W p 7 - , I ' uv V , on y ' ' I S .fgfffv - ., h Q A N ,tty fchts f c S U M kossea and suTToN Office 5 School Equipment l west Yaklma ve Compllments of Yak'ma E R Vashlngton F l Sensor Llass Propheew lrontlnued 'rom age l Vlolet Tumatn had oassed through l t week n h way to Alas a I bumped unto none other than Anthony rarmer who lS now golng to co lege He also sand he saw Ronald KoetJe who as worklng IH t e Mt Baker Natlonal Forest l walked ln the cour house and sat down as the Jury came ln 1 e was w n a for the Jury to sat down l notuced that the Prosecutlng Attorneyfs secretary was nore other than Wnlma Waley The Jury rose and pronounced the defendant qunlty The Judge sentenced hlm'tO ten years of hard labor walked out of court house l bumped unto role o ter han Vlolet Wllllamson e sand she was work ng In a beauty parlor ln Eelllngham and hoped to start a shop of her own soon Eve son Hardware A Furnlture Complaments of Alympsc Panzes Zenuth Radios Nooksack Store Inc Thor General Electrlc Washers Refrogerators L K ,. .n2. 0 J 9 0 J V l H E A T R L OF - e e . A S o ' 2l' o . .' A , E V - . S O N J . E 3 U G C W av' A.re 'zz ' ' I' .' as o er ' k with her husbandv As l stepped out to go back to the court house I a . . . . Q . h Wh'l l a't'ng 4 . '- ' ' ' n ' ' As I Q the ' . I t.- t ' 'g ' A Sh 1 ' Y 14 BLDEDEL V DDNDVAN UMBE L PACIFIC NORTHWEST FOREST PRODUCTS Belllngham, Wash BENSEN SHERMAN PIANO CO BALDWIN PIANOS MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENTS l5lO Bay St Belllng am, P ' Compliments of BELLINGI-IAM NCY DISTRIBUTORS OF WILSON SPORTING GOOD' MORSE RDWA COMPANY E tab! sred Q84 B5JLLBQh3m wash Senior Class Wall lcontlnued from Page l2l Vera Rapson, walls her argulng ca BCITICS to Bo MLC llvray Clifford Powell s h s ablllty to play baseball to Ceorq Iehle Jean Sarvls her out and b y c aslng to Arvv a Han Eddy Powell s hls suze I5 baseball shoes o Don Hous Of Phyllns Sorenson, walls her blonde haur to Edlth Plke Howard edell walls h s ouble I t lr Violet Tumath walls her abulsty to get red heads to Betty nat terlee Theola walllams wills her typing abnluty to Mass Susman Violet Williamson walls her abllnty to get Saturday nate dates to Arlene Myers HILLVIEW DAIRY TYPEWRITERS MIMFOGRAPHS I824 Cornwall Ave Lockert Typewrster Serv. Bellungham Wash Bellnngham ilk, Cream, Ice Cream, Foun taln Servlce l6l7 Lincoln Phone l H lcontnnued on next page I CA 'S col L R MI LS ' - J I HA RE .. i '. rl f . ' h wn. 'II 'u 4. p o 4 b .AE l ' , will i " B', I ' , wills p I o h ' All , will ' ' ' 1 1 Ro , ' I D M'n Gum to Virglnia ' I p . , . . . - T I . . . . . , 0 . 1 X 1, O ... 'Q ...... S.. , PHOTUGRAPl-l l,C Compliments , MONTGOMERY WARD AND CO. llngham les HLADQIMRTERS N llNGHAM Compllmenf MPA men+s f om aCb ' School Supplies and Hambulger Express Equupmen Opp 'nqnam Foal Mines Senior Class will lcontlnued from other pagel h s ablllt to sleep and get away wl+r lt aves her soft voice to Jerome Burke to HEEL house Q W 13 r abil ty to Clyd wanson v a her lady like manners to Lorene wc s Herman ld de wi I one who qlwes Frieda Matter a second look h 'tor A ole cf wr s s abc ity o u in e U V2 e IT Lf w s he skating ability t Danielson 1 K UldflOUS fr Compliments of TUDOR ANU LlhN eff 2 v.ANUARD GARAGE Hardware and orocernes Bonus, Weshnngton Sumas, Wash Bel ' , urn. 'ii Lhr", . cl 3 59 5EL.' ,. . ' ' - .S of S lil .11 1- L E Y . Dress Co. UN'ON s- e O - - P R l N T l fa C O N Y J Ag Haftbnfs V 'I . . , , Hgil' L' . o ' wills I "y f to fe. Q ' . M4,5 gm AREA leaves her sweeping ability to the next nerson who we ms 'f ' 'Z . , ' Twzlc lr'nht, wills he ' i ' to slng ' le S . . Syl 5 Tylferr wil ls - ' ell . . l'n'er Mey, 'lls his r'ght fist to the first 'e. . Ml5'u rge , 'll hi 'I' f 1 GQ' g th U'al sex to .,yn Lerxpe Marg 'et Titnaw, ill r ' ' ' 0 Mr Z H Con3rLf " ' om ' . A I mQ,qs TT - '71 -vwpg YYYV W- -41 Q i' 1 7 W QUALITY MEAT5 HANDLED UNDER SANITARY CUNDITIONS AT POPULAR PRiCES S U M A 5 M E A T C C ' J Art Bishop, Prop, Phone Sumas Q8i SJMAS MERVAN: LE OMPANY Heaoquarters for styie Home of thr.ft COMPLEMENTS or S U M A 5 R O L L E R R E N V . x CQLUMBIA VALLEY LUMBER CO Compiete Sine of building materials Ya GQ Everbov 8 Lynden ISS' n aie 18 t s ngham 1495 U N K D U Q l7S State Street BELLINMHAM, WASHeNGTON CONuRATULATIONS L e 99 wen or 'a PP 3 1 THE SUMAQ NEMQ An ac red tem school '3 TES e 3 nw am I rzntzng nd Dub' shung , , T, ,. r - at H - Ya ' - . , Fe? d M' w5'i'5 Q ' T H T R E Y i ey ' " N W . 5 P R , SUCCESS BUSiNESS COLLEGE , A' . To 'h 19' T 5 C. ss H Pros -ct St ,. 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