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

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Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor E WNW JQAN STUURMANS Activities Editor , E ARLENE DIGERNESS LINDA BRUN5 Music Editor ., HARRIET NIELSEN H STAN LQREEN Social Editor , Y VALERIE LOCHBAUM DICK MIADES Sports Editor , , ,, BUD CASE SHIRLEY GREEN Photographers ,, , , JANET WITMAN JQANNE MEECE ARLA BELLE THOMPSON H JUDY WESSELL Art Editor , DIXON OSTROM CARQLE PQRTER Typist ,sss...,s,,s.. , ss., , ,,..,, , CARYL EIENE Advisor , , , MR. ALVIN E. THORNTON I ff . f ' y' v ' FOREWORD The doors through which we pass . . . the corridors . . . the minutes of sociabilities before class . . . the class rooms . . . youth coming and going . . . The purpose of this i955 edition of the Pioneer is to record the deeds ot the boys and girls, who for the past year, embodied the spirit of Nooksack Valley High School. In the years to come, this yearbook will keep alive the memories gathered during the undergraduate days. The future years will bring new faces and changes to the school scene, but there shall be for us this record of the friends we knew, the things we did, and the memories that are still dear to us. Our beloved N.V.H.S. that has seen many come and go, stands solidly as the Seniors of each year pass through all too quickly. ..f. VH? ' 'ri F if 'a G1 T. 1 + - fwr . , ,. ' - -.. . X I 4 ,, . -w..6-,f9Y. lei' I! '-- 'wiiiifsg ' .. N , - ,V T, I f . "' "d'9Q'ffi . "H W 'P gf ,iv -. Jw :,. ,Q 3 0 V . ,:. T-.ij 91 :3 , fi V - f , ri, l M f.: F , Q., 2 A - ..':f,gg.g'h, : . , V, 3 -, , , 0 . . l N ,A .Alt f fgwwt ' -, -, r r. . ' ., W R ' 1 ' f. 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K " fe: 'TT' "' A sw... 4- .1 ,l, 1-,- - fl':'-f3 nd' .-fm 'bv ..a"' TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedlcaflon Adm inisTraTion Classes 13 Acfivifies 39 Sports 55 Social 67 Caiendar ss T 90 F DEDICATION To you, Mr. Edgar Stonehouse, for your undying effort, wonderful personality and understand ing, your readiness to help students at all times, and your superior teaching ability, we dedi cate this annual as a symbol of gratitude. ADMINISTRATION As beautiful scenery inspires us JOAN STUURMANSI Editor So are we inspired at school LINDA BRUNS, Assr.Ediror By words and deeds of our leaders Who help us follow The rule. Q X ba 5 -1 x ,- 7 11- - 6,415 ly' J Z f,4+ ,,,f iff -' 5 ,..,.- i ,, -,-- ...f ,H ,xx -1 gi-5' I AE-1 ,,,.-.,, ei .Ho g 4 filed i X2 , 53-We .- .7 W 5 ,. . .f-Z" 2' A 2 4.'.':'i :A- gill--if 'N f "" 4 i.. I -Q1 Av X jj"'1,,,s1T.i Ali? , Y I -----A---"'-:T-nA,f4f A AA f-'ii A J 111 J-4-if A f ' A' s f- Jog. '1 ',i.-.."'-z., f-if-'llgn 3 -Q mT--A..ts.:.M?gg -w 'si ""' AAA AA- AA A ev-:1--llgzrhf X s 5 - 12' Gif N- x A as Team OUR BOARD OF EDUCATION CHAIRMAN " WVR EVAN WRIGHT The Board ot Education has aI- ways worked hard for the better- ment of our school systern. They worked even harder this past year with the new school pro' gram. Our Board of Education is never "bored with education." THE SUPERINTENDENT AND DIRECTORS OPEN BIDS FOR THE NEW SCHOOL si I 5 . Q I at 5 ,. .g. if: i? r., ' I I ' t . x I ,K MANDEL HILDE, Principal Congratulations to the Class of '55! Now that you have completed your high school educa- tion, I offer my congratulations and very best wishes to each and every one of you I know that Nooksack Valley High School will always be proud that your names are listed among its graduates. Our hope is that this school has played an important part in preparing you for a fuller and better adult life. May your future be bright and successful with a life of happiness and satisfaction, I know that I speak for myself and the entire staff in offering you these wishes for the future. Sincerely, Mandel Hilde Principal 3 . A 1 GARLAND DUVALL, Superintendent Students of Nooksack Valley High School: "When you care enough to send the very best" is a well known advertising slogan, and such a slogan seems to have been adopted by the Nooksack Valley School District. The people in this community are building a new high school because they care enough that you have the very best opportunity for a good education. It is their wish that you have the best, and it is your obligation to see that you make the best of the opportunity you have, May you care enough to do your very best. Sincerely, Garland Duvall Superintendent PLANNING FOR NEW FURNITURE ix ll l . 5 I ,-- THEY TEACH THE 3 R'S . . . F. ROCKY KOLBERG Wn. Col. of Educ., BA.-Physical Educ., Art, History, Journalism-Booster, Football and Track Coach, Lettermen's Club. JOYCE ALBERT Univ. of Wash., B.A.-Home Economics, Related Science-Future Homemaker: of America. nz :af M I I f. if WH- -l. .N : '-if . 'S-A SIDNEY LAMBERT State Col, of Wn., B.A.-Science-Science Club, Ushers' Club, Freshman Class Ad visor. HARRY PULLEY Manchester College, N. Manchester lnd A.B.-Mathematics-Junior Class Advisor Mrs. Albert shows Mrs. Svidran what the girls, such as Lynn Johnson, have been doing in Home Eco- nomics Il. The guidance of these two teachers will be missed as they leave N.V.H.S. PLUS MANY OTHER THINGS. Si, EDGAR STONEHOUSE ALVIN THORNTON Univ. of Wash., A.B.-SocialS1udies, Eng- Univ. of Wash., B.S.g And two years lish-Dramatics Club, Torch Club, Sopho- Grad. Work-Commercial-Business Club, more Class Advisor, Yearbook, Teacher Secretaries Club. sn, fi. 'GX BURTON WELLS THYRA SVIDRAN Pacific Lutheran., B,A.-Physical Education W. Wn. Col. of Educ., B.A.-Physical Edu- -Baskefball and Baseball Coach, Leher- cation-English, Library Girls' Club. men's Club. 1. I As our new school is ' X' P b e i n g consTrucTed, Th e - 3 b Science Club builds This j b replica of if. Here Mr. Lam- bert is inspecting The work of chief engineer, Ernie Hil- . ' debrand. , , l MANDEL HILDE, Principal Mayville Stale Teachers Col., Minot State Teachers Col., W. Wn. Col. of Educ., B.A., M,A.-Drivers Training-Student Council, Senior Class Advisor. VIRGIL BOWEN Brigham Young Univ., B.A.p Na1'I of Mexico-Spanish, English-Class Tumbling Club. 5 S Rx N 1 . wr? Univ Plays MRS. SORNBERGER High School Secretary OFFICE ASSISTANTS PERFORM MANY SERVICES J, The office workers spend one hour a day assisting Mrs. Sornberger in the principaI's office. These girls type, FT work on records, and do many ofthe duties tha.: are necessary to keep a school operating. They are well on A Q their way to a secretarial position after graduation, 1 9' 79" , X , .-,, A " -.1 47. ws Q - as - Q, -f-7 '- eg XJ N4 is 5 SE.. , gs b- in 1 V f OFFICE ASSISTANTS-STANDING: Joan Stuurrnans, Lynn Johnson, Arlyn Gwen DeYoung, Caryl Eiene, Janet W' Witman. SEATED: Mrs. Mary Sornberger. ,Q ' , . lb PAT PINKEY MRS. SVIDRAN Superinl'enden'l"s Secretary I-.b . ' mm' OUR LIBRARIANS WORKED HARD I Student librarians spend an hour a day on their job. They check out books for students, keep the shelves in order and are generally responsible forthe library. This literary experience will help them in later years. 2 LIBRARIANS: Virginia Stacey, Carol Sprague, Barbara Osgoodby, Henrietta Bos, Mrs. Svidran, Librarian, Janet Witman, Bud Case, Dixon Ostrom. -v '37 ,Q 7fT cv 31' R+-- I THEY DROVE SAFELY A school bus operator has to be more than lust a good driver. He should be friendly, intelligent, and a good disciplinarian. All our drivers have these qualifications. They are to be commended for getting us safely to school each morning. GEORGE STRAKA Custodian V 1' ' 4'-l I 2 -3 4 fi- x -L I-lr STANDING: Doug Bisset, Virginia Porter, Joanne Meece, Jerry Loreen, Joanne Bannerman, Gene Horn, Phyllis McDowell, Carl Muhr. SEATED: Glenn Walker, Mary Ann Top, David Schweigert, Mr. Hilde, Advisorp Arlyn Gwen DeYoung. THEY SAY-TO DO OR NOT TO DO A boy and girl representative from each of the four classes plus the student- body officers make up the student council. This form of student government meets regularly throughout the school year. Agreeing to pay for half the cost of leveling the athletic field, contributing S500 to the band uniform fund and paying for other essential items for the school were some of the money matters attended to by last years council. They also visited Mt. Baker High School for Student Exchange Day and brought back some useful information. Under the competent advice of Mr. Hilde they promote the schooI's welfare. in-1' ""'- P--t "V'x 'EV W S - . f li D " v X 'f if -' 'ui . kt . l 'r 'f' . , .aww .ix .,, .. DAVID SCHWEIGERT P-resident 'F l ' .rf fs 'S U- ri. X l i l The startled buck is swift As are our years at Nooksack We go from class to class Hardly pausing to look back. M sENioRs A NORMAN BUNKER Norm is known for his friendly grin, in football he helped our team to win. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, Basketball l, Class Play l, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Booster Staff 4, Ski Club 3, Letterman's Club 4. CAROLYN ANDERSON By various ways, as you have found, she lets you know she is around. Activities Award, Perfect Attendance l, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show l, 3, 4, Class Play l, 3, 4, Annual Staff 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, Dra- matics 3. ROGER CHILDERS Whether throwing balls or catching passes, he gets sweet looks from all the lasses. Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Band l, 2, 3, Class President 4, Class Vice President 3, Letterman's Club 4. ARLYN GWEN DEYOUNG This kid doesn't ever miss a trick, she makes a decision, she makes it stick. Citizenship Award, DAR Award, Faculty Speaker of Commencement, Perfect Attendance 2, Library 2, Office 3, 4, ASB Secretary 3, ASB Treasurer 4, Class Play 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Business Club Vice President 4, Ticket Taker 3, 4, Torch Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, Girls' Chorus l. BUD CASE Because he's quiet, he's no jerk. li's iust that genius is at work. Entered from Missouri l, Activities Award, Football 2, 3, 4, Booster Editor 4, Annual Staff 4, Librarian 4, Letterman's Club President 4, Letterman's Club 4, Student Council 3, Movie Operator 3, 4, Ticket Taker 2, 3, Business Club 4. HENRIETTA BOS "Henri" is a girl athlete. Lots of talent, very neat. Librarian 4, Pionaires 2, 4, Class Play l, 3, Ushers' Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, Torch Club I, 2, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus l, 2, 4, Dramatics 3, Secretaries Club 4. DWIGHT DAVIS Dwight, we know, is full of fun, he's not a lonely one. Entered from Granger 4, Football 4, FFA 4, Booster Staff 4, Variety Show 4, Business Club 4, Letterman's Club 4, Pep Club 4. CARYL EIENE Disposition A-1, good girl, swell fun. Perfect Attendance 2, ASB Yell Leader 3, Pionaires 4, Ushers' Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Club Secretary-Treasurer 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Office 4, Variety Show 4, Secretaries Club. RONALD EDWARDS From motor bike to pick-up truck, it seems this kid has all the luck. Annual Staff 2, 3, Movie Operator l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Manager I, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Business Club 4. YVONNE MARQUIE She is quiet in her way, but words of wisdom she does say. Entered from Lynden 3, Chorus 3, Booster Staff 4, Business Club 4, Secretaries Club 4. DICK FORTHUN Dick is a boy athlete who's very nimble on his feet. Athletic Award, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, Class Vice President 4, Letterrnan's Club 4, Booster 4. VIRGINIA PORTER Always smiling, always cheery. She's the kind one calls dearie. Band I, 2,- 3, Girls' Chorus l, 3, Variety Show I, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Ushers' Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, 3, 4, Class Secretary-Treasurer 2, Pep Club President 4, Ushers' Club Vice President 3, Class Play 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, Pionaires 3, 4, Music Association Secretary-Treasurer 4. I6 SENIORS JERRY DIGERNESS He is a suave and polished man, with many girls among his fans. Banker's Award, FFA Dairy Judge Award, Football l, 3, 4, Basket- ball l, Baseball 2, 3, FFA Vice President 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club 2, Ticket Taker 2, Class Play 4, Letterman's Club 4, Letterman's Club Secretary-Treasurer 4. SHIRLEY GREEN She's a girl who is so nice, she'll soon be walking through the rice. Entered from Oregon 2, ASB Song Leader 4, Torch Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Chorus 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Variety Show 3, Ushers Club 3, 4. BOB ELDER You see many gals in his little lizzy, it's not because he's a sissy. FFA l, 2, Boys' Chorus l,,2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Movie Operator 4, Variety Show 4, Stage Manager 3, 4. JUDY PERRY Now here is a girl who's got ambition, some day she'll achieve a high position. ASB Song Leader 4, Perfect' Attendance 3, 4, Torch Club 2, 3, 4, Office 2, Maiorette 3, 4, Annual Staff I, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Ticket Taker 2, Business Club 3, 4, Secretaries Club 4. N Till ,.,3 SENIORS JIM HILL Gee, this Jim is a cute lad, and he never makes any one mad. Perfect Attendance l, FFA l, Torch Club 2, Movie Operator 3, 4, Stage Manager 4, Dramatics Club 4, Booster 4. ROSALIE REDELFS YEISLEY Although she's quiet in her own way, she makes the most of one short day. Entered from Montana 3, Business Club 4, Ticket Taker 4, Chorus 4, Secretaries Club 4. '. .,,. ,' V ,X v, ' Vt' ri 5- ..' . , .gist-.afll , H .- .- 7.--1-,.,,w.3Z'j JJ f- a ' - ir f gr 4 ' vwyv'..+' R . 5 MARVIN HONCOOP He's another future farmer. Some day he may be a charmer. FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Ticket Taker at Games 2, Torch Club 2, Oratory- School Winner 2, Football 4, Class Play 3, Librarian 4. JOAN STUURMANS She's always dreamed of leaving here. So far away and yet so near. Class Speaker at Graduation, Annual Staff Editor 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Class Play 4, FHA President 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pionaires 2, 3, 4, Office 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Council Member 2, Variety Show l, 3, 4, Class Secretary-Treasurer I, Girls Chorus l, 2, Band I, 2, Secretaries Club 4. RONALD HOLMSTROM Ron's engaged in FFA. The way things are going, he'll be rich some day. FFA I, 2, 3, 4, FFA President 4, FFA Delegate 3, Class President l, Student Council Member 2, Baseball I, Basketball l, 2, Football I, Chorus 4. ANNA MAE HORN ROEDELL Here's a girl who's cute and sweet. She's quiet, too, and that's a treat. ASB Song Leader 4, Ushers' Club 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 4, Class Play 3, 4, Torch Club I, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 4, FHA 3, 4, Handwork Club 3, Variety Show 3, Girls' Club President 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus l, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Drill Team I, Secretaries Club 4. s STANLEY LOREEN Here's one all-round American kid. He's really got our highest bid. Salutatorian, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4, Baseball I, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track T, Torch 2, 3, 4, Annual Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4, Evergreen Boys' State 4, Freshman Play I, Basketball Inspirational Award 4, Probable Tuition Scholarship at Wn. St. Col. CAROL SPRAGUE Here's a girl who rides a horse. She has many friends too, of course. Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Library 1, 4, Business Club 4, Secretaries Club 4, Booster 4. I7 WANDA THOMAS She started late at this old high, but she'll go far by and by. GAA 4. LEWIS MINAKER Lewis is known by you and I, as being a swell guy. Football Inspirational Award 4, FFA I, Track I, Basketball I, Baseball I, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play l, Boys' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Movie Operator 3, Boys' Octet 4, Music Associae tion Vice President 3, Letterman's Club 4, Letterman's Club Vice President 4, Ski Club 3. a LESLIE MUTCHLER This young man is always at ease. We find he likes to please FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Chorus 4. DIXON OSTROM Here is Dixon, our English ace. He really set a terrific pace. Valedictorian, Tuition Scholarship, Univ. of Wn., S200 Scholarship, Aluminum Company of America, Readers Digest Subscription Award, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Torch Club l, 2, 3, 4, Torch Secretary-Treasurer 3, Torch President 4, Class Play I, 3, 4, Track I, Variety Show 3, 4, Library 4, Class Secretary-Treasurer 4, FFA 1, Torch Honor, Bus- iness Club. SENIORS F ARLA BELLE THOMPSON Here's a girl who gets around, always full of fun we've found. Entered from Mt. Baker 3, FHA 4, FHA President 4, Annual Staff 4, Variety Show 4, Pionaires 4, Chorus 4, Pep Club 4. CHARLES ROBINSON Someday Chuck will own a farm. Chickens, cows, and pigs he'll charm. FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4. l HARRIET WEEDA She's not so shy as one would think. Of a life's success she's on the brink. S375 Scholarship, Superior School Photo Service, Torch Club 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Handiwork Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Variety Show 3, Library 4, FHA 2, 3, Pep Club I. RONALD SAILER Here's a boy who's lean and lank, but one can't say his mind's a blank. Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Boys' Chorus I, 3, 4, Football 4, Basket- ball 3, 4, Movie Operator l, 2, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, FFA I, Band Manager 4. Entered from Texas 3, Re-entered from Texas 4, Variety Show 4, DAVID SCHWEIGERT Dave's an able leader of the boys. He assumes his office with lots of poise. I ASB President 4, Boys' Chorus 4, ASB Vice President 3, Chorus 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, P.A. System Operator 3, 4, Booster Staff 4, Class Vice President 2, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, FFA T, 2, Pep Club 3, Tumbling Club 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, Business Club. KAREN WIERSTRA One often sees her cheery smile. She always dresses right in style. ASB Yell Leader 3, Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Torch Club 3, Student Council 3, Ushers' Club 2, 3, 4, Ushers Club President 4, FFA Sweetheart 4, Business Club 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretaries Club 4. BOB VAN WEERDHUIZEN Here's a gentle soul, we think he will reach his goal. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track I, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Movie Operator 4, Stage Manager 4, Pep Club 3. YVONNE WOUDSTRA She's a friendly gal. She makes a real good pal. Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club I, 2, FHA 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Library 4. HAROLD SEALUND Harold rides around in a Model A, but will own a Buick some day. State Band 3- Class Pla 1 3' Torch Club I 2 3 Band l 2 3 4 I Y i r 1 i i 1 r i i Business Club 4, Business Club President 4, Bovs' Quartet 3, 4, Music Association President 4, Band President 4, Annual Staff 2, Variety Show I, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. JACK STEINER Jack is sure a chemistry whiz, he really makes those acids fizz. FFA 1, Chorus I, 2, 4, Baseball l, Torch Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, Class President 3, Stage Manager 4, Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Boys' Octet 4, Movie Operator 3, 4. SENIORS JANET HANDERSON WITMAN She's true to her friends and class as well, we think that she is really swell. Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Band I, 2, Pep Club I, 3, Variety Show I, 3, Torch Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Ushers' Club 2, 3, 4, Pionaires 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Class Play 3, Office 4, Chorus 3, 4, Library 4. BILL STURGEON Bill was on our football team, he was always on the beam. Basketball I, Class Play I, FFA 1, 2, Track 1, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Lettermens' Club 4, Tumbling Club 3, 4, Booster Staff 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 4, All State East-West Football Alternate 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Chorus 4, Business Club 3, 4. . Z f Ill- If sri I rink up, boys! SENIOR CRUISE TO FOSSIL BAY STATE PARK SENIOR CLASS HISTORY On September 4, I95I, We started our high school education as fifty-six green freshmen. During the year we held a skating party at Sumas. In our sophomore year we had another skating party and an annual biology hike to a gold mine. Our junior year was a busy one. We gave a play, The Green Ghost, and later on sponsored our junior-senior banquet and prom on different nights at the Everson-Nooksack Grade School cafeteria. Our last year in high school started on September 7, I954. The P.T.A. gave us a party on December IA. We put on a play, You Can't Always Some- times Tell, in April. We went on a cruise to Fossil Bay State Park on May 23 for our senior sneak. Baccalaureate was held May 29. With only 42 remaining of our origi- nal freshman class of 56, we grad- uated on June I, 1955. CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS I H I. 'A mile pretty YN av Q., AY I II Pals I ll Homeward bound. lbg lil fx o-AX l x, yi 1' X' l 5KQ:p,,, T' 'Goh THE CAST-STANDING: Joan Stuurmans, Anna Mae Roedell, Jerry Digerness, Dixon Ostrom, Arla Belle Thompson, Mr. Virgil Bowen, Director. SEATEDi Haffiel Weedar Aflyft GWEHU DG YOUHQ, Ron Sailer, Doug Bisset, Carolyn Anderson, Virginia Porter, Yvonne Marquie, Prompterg Jack Steiner, Stage Manager, Joyce Nlulka and Barbara Osgoodby, Make-up Artists. THE SENIOR PLAY-"YOU CAN'T ALWAYS SOMETIMES TELL" Our annual senior play "You Can't Always Sometimes TeIl" was presented on April 13 in the high school auditorium. It was a brisk, beguiling farce in three acts. Very briefly the story of the play went as follows: Two lovers, Phoebe Lyster QCarolyn Andersonj and Private .lim Blake CDoug Bissetj want to get married but Phoebe's mother CVirginia Porterj doesn't approve. Westbrook Walker QDixon Ostromj is her choice. Of course with Phoebe engaged to another man, the romance isn't running smoothly. It becomes further in- volved when Jim's uniform is accidentally burned and he is forced to masquerade as a woman cook. Still additional complications result when .lim is accused of robbing a bank. Naturally this produces a chaos which is straightened out, not without surprises, before the final curtain. I'll pull your hair out! How do you do. Aurora? 3 , T . Di X STANLEY LOREEN Salutatorian GRADUATION AND AWARDS Valedictorian Speaker ,,,,,,, , ,,,,.,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, , , ,, Salutatorian Speaker ,,,,,, Class Speaker .. ,...,,,,,, . . Faculty Speaker ..,...,, , . ,,,, . N.V. Citizenship Award . ..... .,,,,, , N.V. Senior Girl Activities Award ,, N.V. Senior Boy Activities Award N.V. Athletics Award ,, . , , Probable Tuition Scholarship, Wn, St. Col, ,,,,, , S200 Scholarship, Aluminum Co. of America ,..,,, Tuition Scholarship, University of Wash. , . ,, ., S100 Scholarship, Seattle University ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AA,,,,,, , ,, S375 Scholarship from Superior School Photo Service Bankers' Award ........... ,,,,....,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,A,A, D.A.R. Citizenship Award ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,,, F.F.A. Dairy Judging Award ...,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,A, AA,A Readers Digest Subscription Award ., .,,,,, , Y,,, Also unannounced awards at time of publication ruvyv-yv- I i ,,.,,,, DIXON OSTROM STANLEY LOREEN JOAN STUURMANS ARLYN GWEN DEYOUNG ARLYN GWEN DEYOUNG CAROLYN ANDERSON ,H , H. BUD CASE DICK FORTHUN STAN LOREEN DIXON OSTROM DIXON OSTROM RONNIE SAILER .,,,,,,,,,,, HARRlET WEEDA JERRY DIGERNESS ARLYN GWEN DEYOUNG JERRY DIGERNESS DIXON OSTROM fit l i 5 ' 1 3 -1 ARLYN GWENN DE YOUNG Faculty Speaker BACK ROW: Bob Elder, Jim Hill, Roger Childers, Jerry Digerness, Shirley Green, Joan Stuurmans, Doug Bisset, Dick Forthun, Dwight Davis, Bobby Gene Van Weerdhuizen. FRONT ROW: Caryl Eiene, Anna Mae Roedell, Virginia Porter, Arla Belle Thompson, Yvonne Marquue David Schweigert, Carol Sprague, Leslie Mutchler, Judy Perry, Karen Wierstra. MISSING Ronald Holmstrom. BACCALAUREATE MAY 29, 1955 Processional CAudience standj ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,......,.,. Invocation ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,. . . ,.A,,.......,.s... .. "The Ninety and Nine," Gruber ........ Scripture Reading . ............... .... . "Take My Hand," Dorsey , ,,,.,,s.......... . . Sermon, "Be Strong and of Good Courage" , , "Waiting In The Garden," Lane ....., . .. , Benediction .. . ,...... ,,,, Mrs. William Fritzberg ......,.,Reverend Ben Davis Community Choir ,Y ,,,,, Reverend Ben Davis Community Choir ...,,...,Reverend M. Bremer ..,.....Community Choir .. Reverend R. E. Baldwin Response U VVV, ,V .,--.,,,--,-,----,,-,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,AA,.,,,,,,,,,, U ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,Community Choir Recessional CAudience standj .........,...,.,, .,,.......... ...............,... cc., M r S . William Fflllbefg Choir directed by C. P. Cruea COMMENCEMENT JUNE I, T955 PROCESSIONAL CAudience standj High School Band INVOCATION Reverend Earl Crouse READING "A TOAST" Arla Belle Thompsow YOUTH AND HUMANITY "No Victory Without Labor" Arlyn Gwenn DeYoung "Our Appreciation" Joan Stuurrnans "The Thrill of An Idea" Stanley Loreen, Salutatorian "Youth Seeks A New Working Principle" Dixon Ostrom Valedictorian BOYS' ENSENIBLE "Halls of Ivy" Doug Bisset, Norman Bunker, Bob Elder, Ronald Holmstrom, Stanley Loreen, Lewis Minaker, Ron Sailer, Dave Schweigert, Harold Sealund, Jack Steiner, Bill Sturgeon, Bob Van Weerdhuizen TORCH HONOR AWARDS , , Dixon OSIYOYYW SPECIAL AWARDS Mandel Hilde, Principal GIRLS' TRIO "TO A Wild Rose" McDowell Henrietta Bos, Caryl Eiene, Virginia Porter Accompanist: Carolyn Anderson Garland Duvall, Superintendent Evan Wright, Chairman Board of Education Class of 1955 Reverend Earl Crouse High School Band PRESENTATION OF CLASS AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS "ALMA MATERU BENEDICTION ,,,,,, RECESSIONAL CAudience seatedj DIXON OSTROM Valedictorian I ,t ,Y , ,, y ly:- IM lllllh wi I A 't Ya 'I-Q BACK ROW: Harriet Weeda, Bill Sturgeon, Norman Bunker, Wanda Thomas, Harold Sealund, Dixon Ostrom, .lack Steiner, Chuck Robinson, Stanley Loreen, Ron Sailer. FRONT ROW: Pete Buma, Arlyn Gwen DeYoung, Carolyn Anderson, Rosalie Redelfs, Henrietta Bos, Janet Hander- son, Lewis Minaker, Yvonne Woudstra, Ronald Edwards, Ivan Buma. MISSING: Bud Case, Marvin Honcoop. ALMA MATER By LOLETA BURGRAFF Where the tow'ring mountains splendor meets the iiver's flow Reigns victorious Nooksack Valley, mid the plains below. Dear to all our hearts-we cherish, praise and honor thee, And through ages shall Thy glory everlasting be. Though we've reached the hour of parting and must say farewell, Loyal hearts will still be with Thee, thoughts with Thee will dwell. Naught shall break the bonds that hold us close in memory Though the years our paths have severed, e'er we're close to Thee. Class Gift, Speaker's Stand Shown at Right, Class Motto, No Victory Without Labor, Class Colors, Crimson and Charcoal Grayp Class Flower, Lily of the Valley, Class Advisor, MR. MANDEL HILDE. JOAN STUURMANS Class Speaker 1' .41 y X ' L, If I 1' '.-. 'jg ig-...ll r I 1 'P lil rm. ,4 gf THEY MISSED NARY A DAY BACK ROW: Cathy Jordan, Ruth Friend, Joyce Gonser, Gladys McDowell, Nadine Rogers, Lois Tolle. FRONT ROW: Linda Bruns, Delbert Gustafr son, Melvin Collart, Ernest Hildebrand, Dick Mades. JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY The "Class of '56" began their most active year in high school with a balance of only 58.07. By selling ice cream at basketball games and presenting a class play, The Cannibal Queen, they built up their meager funds to a balance of SZIO. Throughout the year numerous Juniors participated in athletics, music, dramatics, and various other school functions. Doris Greenfield and Juanita Perry represented the class as cheerleaders. Glenn Walker made a special visit to the legislature. On April IQ, seven students of our class visited Western Washington College of Education for their annual career day. The Juniors ended their activities for the year on May 6 by giving a prom and banquet. With the theme, "Starlight," it was held in the Everson-Noolcsack Grade School cafeteria. Cherished memories will long remain for all who attended. Next year the vacancy left by the graduating seniors will be adequately filled by these capable juniors. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-BACK ROW: Ronnie Holmes, President, Mr. Pulley, Advisor, Carl Muhr, Council Member. FRONT ROW: Joanne Meece, Council Member, Gladys McDowell, Secretary-Treasurer, Bob Eiene, Vice President. 1"'l l v:"V X D JJ- Q I 1T"7 il 0 C f'-ff -A :M "Missy, missy, get some water!" "Ju.JU fix 'emy' THE CANNIBAL QUEEN-JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The Cannibal Queen, a hilarious comedy directed by Mr. Bowen, was presented to large audiences in the high school auditorium on December 6 and 8. The plot revolves around a newspaper editor, Bruce Clyde, who is on the verge of losing his iob for lack of news to print. In desperation, he runs a full page on a cannibal queen who is supposedly arriving from the Solo- mons. However, he learns at the last moment that he has been deceived. His fiancee, Brenda Day, comes to the rescue by posing as the queen. The real queen then arrives with resulting complications. Linda Bruns, Doris Greenfield, Willis Struiksma, Joyce Gonser, Karen Porter, THE CAST-STANDING: Duane Donovan, Carl Muhr, Glenn Walker, Stage Managers Bob Elder, Doug Bisset, and Ernest Hildebrand, Director Mr. Bowen. SEATED: Cathy Jordan, Harriet Nielsen, Kay Jones, Karen Estergreen, Delbert Gustafson, Prompter Dorothy Panagos, Property Manager Juanita Perry, Prompter Ruth Frrend, TQ DVI. Sw- , , . TI. P' xg -sa T' I . 'W 5" y S. 'neh,.1 I ny Q, J. f . Y i Joan Bol Roben Allen Linda Bruns 3 D cr?-' ,...,ff C fi 7. jd Gladys Deeter Harlan Bunker Mary Den Adel 47' Charlohe Ford Bill Dalgren Ruih Friend FRONT ROW: Sianley Jeffcoif, Paul Zwiers, Ralph Cline. BACK ROW: Bob Eiene, Duane Donovan, Joanne Meece. 26 .1 CQQ4' gm 41" 5' ff THEY GAVE AN ENJOYABLE PROM AND BANOUET . . -2 vw 6 f w A ' fr 'N 'V Q2 J i if 'll Ronnie Bartelds fv- v ir" I 4 5 Floyd Cline 3 1? 211 3' Joyce Gonser Ill i CI, Jbdy Byrum .r- .gh- Karen Estergreen N Gerald Den Adel Gary Bishop MP5 Melvin Collar! ,L i Doris Greenfield we ' 49 11" , Jai Darryl Ehlers DESPITE FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY 43' . -,A ' fs, 4 1 'V i F, Mike Fisher FP Del Gustafson ,L Ronnie Hdlmes +C? Harriet Nielsen Z.: 4 9 -ca 1 . A .A f f" A I " 'lj f H F" , ' iff ? .. f "A e I x -1 J' ,wt Q Connie Hart Larry Fonhun Kay Jones Jerald Fuller ' 5. I. I 1 ' Q A 6 fr ff I I Q- ' . -. ' 5 ' H 1 L Stay r by P., .41 Yi I ...-' sqm 1 X Cathy Jordan Marsha Komen Stanley Hanowell Gladys McDowell Ernest Hildebrand Nancy McMurry J t r' 'Lx i X' ", . n. "- , " ll 7 I ' ' Mira Mulka Gerald Holmquist Shirley Mutchler Sybren Lautenbach Wayne Lennart rl' W Cathy Jordan, Karen Estergreen, Kay Jones, Charlotte Ford. THEY MAKE SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER. 27 AN ABUNDANCE OF INTELLIGENCE . . VN l ' O I We . J.. - fe lk. I , I Q, r i' Marna Ohlund KPN ,- P K' HI . Q -W F . J, ,.,. S "Burnsfead, you're fired!" "They were doing the Mambo." Harry Lolkema Dick Mades , A Q " -0 Klo- ,J - N 3 V 'ol ,f Q -tv", ' f r ?f - ' " 1 Dorovhy Panagos Lawrence McGonigaI Nita Perry Marvin Morrow Karen Porter Carl Muhr l ., K ig , 4. 5 , n ll I , if Hgh 6' M I - for ' Nadine Rogers Burt Nims -f K tl ' I -I IF' ' ' 'C' I .,r. ' Axe- , 28 Curtis Robinson Judy Romberg al THEY ATTENDED CAREER DAY AT W.W.C.E. A I I BACK ROW: Glenn Walker, Carl Muhr, Larry Forvhun, Linda Bruns. FRONT ROW: Gladys McDowell, Ruth Friend, Joanne Meece. PLUS AN ABUNDANCE OF TALENT lP'!"i-lg., , T 42, Dan Sanford , 6? .-z-' my U if-'-P 'Wa-F: sul "" "ME LIKE 'EM MEAT NICE AND TENDER!" ' A' Doris Greenfield, Duane Donovan, Kay Jones, Karen Estergreen, Karen Porter. Uunior Dolores Skillman Virginia Stacey Class playjl J. 1' , . ,A ,A I i 'ea' e Y 'avi' 1 1.0. . ' S ,, TW : . ,ng ,. Wayne Schenk Tom Skillman Lois Tolle Harvey Smith fx Wl'l0, me? "You don'1 say?" ff Mary Ann Top id" J Q ' -X . 4 A f Roy Swanson Arlene Huisman Willis Struiksma Shirley Wessel Glenn Walker WE LEAD THE SOPHOMORES 'C7 T SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Mr. Stonehouse, Advisor, Roberta Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer, Phyllis McDowell, Council Member, Joe Bronkerna, President, Gene Horn, Council Member: Ronnie Henderson, Vice President. SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY Emboldened by the prospect that soon we too, the class of '57, will really begin in life, ever in quest of more peaceful and more honorable living and with the additional sub-conscious thought that in the following year we will be upper classmen, we began our sophomore year with a new and different attitude. Our year was well-filled with many activities, academic and otherwise. At the N.V.H.S. annual variety show the whole audience was privileged to take, illustratively speaking, an amusing and fascinating "Tour With the Sophomores" which literally they followed with their eyes across the stage. We had an average enrollment of 66 students throughout the year of which an average of ten were honor students topped by Neal Langley and Donald Almy who had all "A" grades. As far as royalty, in this age of presidents and secretaries, we had a prince and a princess. Reigning under a iunior queen and a senior king, were Prince Evan Lee and Princess Allene Rogers on Valentine's Day. Outstanding among -the events sponsored by the sophomore class are the two dances, "April Showers" and "Buttons and Bows," which will long be remembered by the many who attended. Never to be forgotten by the faculty or students are the many heckling moments which we mis- chievously gave our teachers who patiently and loyally propounded to us a knowledge which will aid us through a lifetime. Special regards we extend to Mrs. Svidran and Mrs. Alberts who have been a great help to the sophomore girls in Home Economics and Physical Education. In conclusion, we've had a wonderful, "never to be forgotten year." ?1 an FQ Nd ,R .'v- i 3 if-J BACK ROW: Doris Ann Sorenson, Joan Westhoff, Elsie Cal. lenius, Virginia Sorn- berger, Margie Tapp, Pat Hart, Joanne Wierstra, Allene Rog- ers, Phyllis Mc. Dowell, Marleta Burr. FRONT ROW: Elaine Sorenson, Mary Ann Ten Kley, Barbara Osgoodby, Jo y c e Mulka, Janann Young, Nellie Bailey. A CLASS OF BACK ROW: Jacque- line Auten, Judy Wessel, Darlene Hen- derson, Valerie Loch- baum, Lynn Johnson, A r I e n e Digerness, Kathy Wood, Shirley Hill, Margaret Beld, Norma Reid. FRONT ROW: Bernice Lam- bert, Roberta John- son, Linda Oser, Betty Schwab, Dixie Greenfield, C a r o I Aase. BACK ROW: Herbert Bol, Lester Smith, Ralph Romberg, Mar' vin Holmstrom, Barry Ostrom, Jack Stur- geon. FRONT ROW: Gene Horn, Ted Iver- son, Don Almy, Ron- nie Henderson, Stu- art Kale. ' a CABALISTIC INTELLECTUALS ' L-is rf-viyfv -ll-, BACK ROW: Melvin Slotemaker, Joe Bronkema, John Pan- agos, Robert For- thun, Billy Hanowell, Neal Langley, Ralph Minaker, Edward Lo' reen. FRONT ROW: Marvin Kirkman, Paul Richardson, E v a n Lee, Larry Mades, Gary Davis, Gerald Glass. PN 'r if 'li ..-ga' , . 3'7- 'J' ,5Qffi'f?FF 'v 'S I, '- . -t' .".a 33' OJ',. ' , - "F ei fifftflf-I 3 -'ffififi A-, WN BACK ROW: Mr. Lambert, Advisor, Darol McWilliams, President. FRONT ROW: Joanne Bannerman, Student Council, Joanne McGillivray, Secretary and Treasurer, Jerry Loreen, Student Council, John Mades, Vice President. FRESHMEN HAVE A SUCCESSFUL YEAR With its fifty-three members the Freshman Class had a very active year. Under the chairmanship of Judy Engelhart, an all-freshman band was formed consisting of Joan Pettitt, Judy Engelhart, Loretta Nims, Carole Porter, Bob Steiner, Gary Odegaard, Jerry Loreen, and Buddy Carlson. In addition to performing individually at the Sumas Grange, P.T.A., and the Everson Lions Club, they played at the Future Farmers ot America Spring Dance and the Freshman Assembly. On March l8th a Skating party was held at the Sumas Skating Rink. A good time was had by the many students who attended. Ten students made the honor roll. The three highest boys are John Mades, Brian Robinson, and Bob Steiner. The highest girls are Judy Engelhart, Joanne McGillivray, and Carole Porter. Our big event of the school year was the Freshman Assembly presented on April 19th. This included a hilarious one act play and performances by the Frosh band, a vocal solo, saxophone duet, a piano and violin act, some baton twirling, and a tumbling act. FRESHMAN TOP HONOR STUDENTS BEST AMONG GIRLS: BEST AMONG BOYS: Joanne McGillvray, Judy Engelhart, Carole Porter. Brian Robinson, Bob Steiner, and John Mades J 6 0 XX :Q Il 36 .may , I THE FRESHMAN BOYS HAD GOOD YEAR IN SPORTS BACK ROW: Gary Odegaard Darol McWilliams Eddie Bock Gene Smith Mary Snider I . -l BACK ROW: Ivan Slotemaker Roy Collar! Eldon Johnson Jerry Lorecn Buddy Carlson Eddie Pizzufo Wayne Beech Charles DuBois FRONT ROW: Judy Burns Isabell Lindberg Irene Leenders Lois Digerness Carol McWilliams TIME OUT FOR EATS Joanne McGiIIivray, Lo- retta Nims, Joanne Ban- FRONT ROW: Brian Robinson Terry Henderson Glen Hadeen Loretta Nims Judy Engelharf Nelda Perry Darlene Austin ff AF: BACK ROW: Carole Porter l Bill Schweigert ' Jim DeYoung ' Q Q i Bcrnita Bos l Darla Ross f Viola Longoria FRONT ROW: Jerry McBeatl1 John Mades Maston Nliddlebrool-cs LIBERACE AND GEORGE Gary Odegaa rd, Bob Steiner. X xxx F i 1.' v L N- lv ix' in w Ev Q -E V " bf vi THEIR SKATING PARTY AND ASSEMBLY WERE VERY ENJOYABLE BACK ROW: Anna Mae Lawyer Bonnie Case Ethelyn Schenk Joan Pettitt Maynard Moe Bob Steiner Bob Duvall T' V Joel Sanford V Buster Westoff David Brune Cliff Russell '5 Joanne Bannerman Joanne McGillivray FRONT ROW: ,W-. 'Fm' i MX 'J ' 5"""'ff1!s-e.lX-. .-mx ..-... , ,-,...v. ,V-.J -Qu- ' ., ,4 I' iq.-1592 25 gy- Q ' I, Q. A ix haf lu ns ,..-4 'S- ,P " ,I XA-' inf S 'F vs. .-J' ,- L " 1 .' gin. 'f als, xx -A 1 Anna Mae arent y 2, 1 ACTIVITIES And when our daily Classes Seem to Us a bore We Tum To other things So classes arehf a chore X ARLENE DIGERNESS, Acfrvlfies Edvfor I-IARRIET NIELSEN, Music Edirof J., IZ' --"":'.JIL4i'1 -n , .1 '1'94 f,.,.-an V ' ...----"":' Y Q.,---Q s---. ,f'-"'T- -,f-iv- I I XX III I IX x X xy XXX X II I I X2 1 'X I Ik X my I -ff' ,Z wg- -- '1n.---"-- Kg -:fi-..L S T 1'9'1 ..e.,..,. i L-31332. 'Qu - ....':'-fr-'S-., 1 T STANDING: Mr. Thornton, Advisor, Shirley Green, Senior Editor, Caryl Eiene, Typist, Janet Witman, Photographer, Joanne Meece, Junior Editor, Harriet Nielsen, Music Editor, Carole Porter, Freshman Editor, Valerie Lochbaum, Social Editor, Arlene Digerness, Activities Editor. SEATED: Judy Wessel, Sophomore Editor, Bud Case, Sports Editor, Linda Bruns, Assistant Editor, Joan Stuurmans, Editor, Stan Loreen, Business Manager, Dick Mades, Assistant Business Manager, MISSING: Dixon Ostrom, Art Editor, Arla Belle Thompson, Photographer. THE PIONEER IS PUBLISHED IN SPITE OF MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL STRAIN The co operation in getting this book out has been the best Ivvish to thank Linda Bruns rny capable assistant, who was always willing and ready to I arn Without the hard work of Stan Loreen business manager, and his assistant Dick Mades this book would never have been published A special thanks goes to Dixon Ostrom who did all of the art work for us to the class editors, sports editor, activity editors social editor photographers and Caryl Eiene who did nearly all of the typing for the annual. And a deepest thanks to Mr Thornton who was alway patient and understanding even when the going got rough Joan Stuurmans, Editor TAKING A SUBSCRIPTION HARD WORKERS Stanley Loreen Business Manager Caryl Eiene Typist Linda Bruns, Assistant Editor, Joan Stuurmans, Editor, Dixon Ostrom, Art Editor. N x. 1 BACK ROW: Robert Allen, Stan Jeffcott, Stuart Kale, Melvin Collart, Bud Case, Bob Duvall, Ronnie Edwards, Maynard Moe, Darryl Ehlers. MIDDLE ROW: Ronnie Sailer, Roy Swanson, Judy Engelhart, Gary Odegaard, FRONT ROW: Jim Hill, Bob Elder, MOVIE OPERATORS HAVE TAKEN TIME FROM STUDY HALL TO SHOW MANY A FILM The films are obtained mainly from the county superintenctent's office, colleges, and business concerns. Audio- visual education is an important part of the school program THE STAGE CREW IS ALWAYS ON THE JOB Behind the scenes at plays, shows, and assemblies these boys perform many essential services. They work hard so that the show can go on. BACK ROW: Evan Lee, Bill Sturgeon, Dwight Davis, Jack Steiner. MIDDLE ROW: Doug Bisset, Melvin Slotemaker, Bob Elder. FRONT ROW: Jim Hill, Bud Case, Ernest Hildebrand. ,xf . AT 5 I . x 'Q .P ' 'ire BUS PATROL - SAFETY FIRST ALWAYS The Veterans of Foreign Wars rewarded them with a picnic at Birch Bay on May 9, l955. BACK ROW: Judy Byrum, Judy Romberg, Juanita Perry, Gladys Deeter, Nadine Rogers, Rose Marie Deeter, FRONT ROW: Lois Digerness, Elsie Callenius, Harriet Nielsen, Joyce Gonser. MISSING: Kay Jones. BACK ROW Buddy Carlson Eldon Johnson Bob Euene Gene Horn Jerald Fuller Bull Schwergert Ralph Romberg Marvsn Holmstrom Leslue Mutchler Davrd Brune Clrfford Russell Roy Collart Glen Hadeen Eddre Plzzuto Herb Bol Vrterbo Longona MIDDLE ROW John Mades Barry Ostrom Harry Lolkema Pete Buma Terry Henderson Melvsn Collart Duane Donovan Don Almy Bob Duvall Robert Forthun Lyle Thomp son Joel Sanford Burt Nlms Robert Allen FRONT ROW Sybren Lautenbach Deck Mades Reporter Jerry Dngerness Vnce Presudent Ivan Buma Sentrnel Maynard Moe Darryl Ehlers Ralph Mlnaker Eddre Loreen Stan Loreen Secretary Dwrght Davls Tom Skullman Marvln Klrkman Chuck Robsnson Marvun Honcoop Darol McWulllams Gerald Glass Gerald Den Adel Wlllrs Strullcsrna KNEELING Ron Holmstrom Presldent Mr Porter Advrsor MISSING Ron Bartelds Floyd Clrne Stan Hanowell Gerald Holmqulst Treasurer Roy Swanson Paul Zwuers THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA STUDY FARMING METHODS Under the supervrslon of Mr Porter the FFA boys have another successful year added to their credit They started It wrth S53 51 and ended wnth SII896 Approxxmately S400 was earned by spraylng frult trees and buttercups and from the selling of hay grown on a plot of land behrnd the Everson Noonsack Grade School Some of theur many events of the year were their annual Parentand Son Banquet selllng refreshments at football games and a Sprung Dance at the Sumas Grange Hall F.F.A. OFFICERS STANDING: Ivan Buma Sentinel- Dick Mades Reporter. SEATED: Stan Loreen Secretary- Ron Holmstrom Presi- dent- Mr. Porter Advisor- Jerry Digerness Vice President- Don Almy Vice Treasurer. MISSING: Gerald Holmquist BANK AWARD WINNER Treasurer. "ga - I '30 'Z Ga r JERRY DIGERNESS 4' Syciaanfpyo C ' Q 'naw BACK ROW: Gladys McDowell, Nelda Perry, Beverly Hanowell, Dixie Greenfield, Karen Estergreen, Anna Mae Lawyer, Joanne McGiIlivray, Carol Aase, Ethelyn Schenk, Joanne Bannerman, Joan Pettitt, Bonnie Case, Joyce Gonser, Marletta Burr, Mira Mulka, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Cathy Jordan, Nita Perry, Doris Greenfield, Dolores Skillman, Darla Ross, Judy Engelhart, Janann Young, Joyce Mulka, Henrietta Bos, Carolyn Anderson, Bernita Bos, Allene Rogers, Carole Porter, Arla Belle Thompson, President, Anna Mae Roedell. THIRD ROW: Irene Leenders, Kay Jones, Jackie Auten, Lois Digerness, Yvonne Woudstra, Nadine Rogers, Vice President, Joanne Meece, Joanne Wierstra, Elsie Callenius, Loretta Nims, Mary Snider, Linda Johnson, Valerie Lochbaum, Harriet Nielsen, Carol McWilliams. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Albert, berger, Marna Ohlund, Secretary, Lois Tolle, Virginia Stacey, Joan Stuurmans, Mary Ann Top, Arlene Lindberg, Linda Bruns, Mary Den Adel. MISSING: Charlotte Ford, Karen Porter. if '9 9 WND D E E III ,I gf' 2 A I 9, Q, Z Q- 'Pa Advisor, Judy Bruns, Virginia Sorn- Digerness, Nancy McMurry, Isabelle THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA LOOK "TOWARD NEW HORlZONS" The F.H.A. girls, under the direction of Mrs, Joyce Albert, had another very successful year. Their main proiects were the making of Christ- mas wreaths and hanging them on the doors of shut-ins, an annual AII'Sports Banquet, and a Peanut Pal Week. They started the school year with 588.26 and ended it with a generous amount of 52567. F.H.A. OFFICERS SEATED: Arla Belle Thompson, President. STANDING: STATE CONVENTION DELEGATES Marna Ohlund, Secretary, Nadine Rogers, Vice Presi- dentg Mira Mulka, Treasurer. GIF' g-an-"5' "'rf'vw'!:"!' 1 'fl' rf' .4 -fgmlmlvg 'I 44' ' it ,I a ,si ' .Ianann Young and Doris Greenfield sqm- Gwen DeYoung, Shirley Hill. MISSING: Karen Porter. Valentine Court. ANNA MAE ROEDELL President USHERS' CLUB . . . THIS WAY PLEASE The Ushers' Club is made up of girls who are elected by the old members. Under the they generously gave their time to welcome the public fo our various school programs appreciated. BACK ROW: Joanne Wierstra, Nadine Rogers, Janet Witman, Henrietta Bos, Janann Young, MIDDLE ROW: Mr, Lambert, Advisor, Mary Ann Top, Anna Mae Roedell, Virginia Porter, Caryl Eiene, Phyllis McDowell, Shirley Green, FRONT ROW: Virginia Sornberger, Arlene Joan Stuurmans, Lois Tolle, Vice President, Marna Ohlurzd. MISSING: Charlotte Ford, Wessel. Q T 9 Y - -1--r' :C 's 'aes wrist 6 .- 3' is I"" f- t A1 GIRLS' CLUB CHAIRMEN: Virginia Stacey, Vice President, Anna Mae Roedell, Presidentg Judy Perry, Nadine Rogers, Valerie Lochbaum, Mrs. Svidran, Advisor, Henrietta Bos Dolores Skillman, Secretary-Treasurer, Dorothy Panagos, Arlyn THE GIRLS' CLUB SPONSORS MANY ACTIVITIES Under the leadership of Mrs, Svidran, the Girls' Club has another successful year to their credit, The club is com- posed of all the girls in the school. Some of their activities ot the year were the Tolo, Mothers' Tea, and the guidance of Mr, Lambert President KAREN WIERSTRA gag yi' Their services were truly Mira Mulka, Allene Rogers. Karen Wierstra, President, Digerness, Linda Johnson, Darlene Henderson, Judy L-I 3 C? ,ll BACK ROW: Cathy Jordan, Joanne Meece, Nadine Rogers, Gladys McDowell, Janann Young, Joyce Mulka, Janet Wit- man, Karen Estergreen, Mira Mulka, Vice President, Ruth Friend, Elaine Sorenson, Carolyn Anderson, Virginia Porter Kay Jones. MIDDLE ROW: Don Almy, Arlene Digerness, Marna Ohlund, Pat Hart, Arlyn Gwen DeYoung, Nita Perry, Mary Ann Top, Harriet Nielsen, Valerie Lochbaum, Judy Perry, Shirley Green, Anna Mae Roedell, Joan Stuurmans Virginia Sornberger, Mr. Stonehouse, Advisor. FRONT ROW, Harriet Weeda, Carl Muhr, Larry Forthun, Neal Langley Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy McMurry, Stuart Kale, Duane Donovan, Margie Tapp, Linda Bruns, Dixon Ostrom, President Kathy Wood, Harold Sealund, Jack Steiner, Stanley Loreen. MISSING: Brian Humphreys, George Krienke, Dick Mades, Barry Ostrom, Judy Wessel, DixoN osTRoM TORCH CLUB-OUR HONOR STUDENTS Pfesfdefff Students who have at least a 3.1 grade average and participate in several activities belong to the Torch Club. This year they co-sponsored with the music department a successful Variety Show. This club is supervised by Mr. Stonehouse, PIONEER BOOSTER STAFF--THEY HAVE A NOSE FOR NEWS The stories may appear simple and easy to write, and the paper may be taken for granted and expected to be issued promptly every two weeks, but the work and preparation that goes into it is really one of the most complex iobs-and lots of fun. STANDING: David Schweigert, News Editor, Carol Sprague, Assistant Art Editor, Norm Bunker, Circulation, Doug Bisset, Art Editor, Dick For- thun, Sports Editor, Mira Mulka, Feature Editor, Bud Case, Editor, Bill Dalgren, Assistant News Editor, Dwight Davis, Assistant Sports Editor, Jim Hill, Circulation. SEATED: Mr. Kolberg, Advisor, MISSING: Yvonne Marquie, Assistant Feature Editor. :fsxx-,izfgnigi ,gag '-1. ,L .. l 5 QV . 3 ,s gay, 55855 2 'Q f r ww 9 Riff? ,. f ' -'92 it wg. ic. 'i . I 19, VS ' 1 , I l h J "ij A T - ' .. K' T .' ' A . V , , it . . ,,,,.iiii4. , I x ,,,. 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No little credit goes to our Band Director, Mr. Young, who has helped make an enviable record forthe Nooksack Valley High School Band. MAJORETTES STANDING: Shirley Hill, Judy Perry, Judy Bruns, Anna Mae Roedell, Judy Romberg, KNEEUNG: Ethelly Schenk, Joanne McGiIliv ray. z ACCOMPANISTS BACK ROW: Mary Ann Top, Carolyn Anderson, Arlyn Gwen DeYoung. SEATED: Cathy .lor- dan, 1 - ta 1 is . , .1 ..'7'1f2 f'c"'.lf -" ' ' ,",'L,f, 'na ., . u n ,. ...'y7"nr. N -f 49,5371 W ,,..,kmw.JI,E. 3. . 5391?-,. -. . A r-I ' ?:'fi.', 'Z 1, l .. by ww ,X ..-.,, , w. -2-1-h , aw, - , . '-Qv- J .- ' - ,, , W-4-'F"P ' ,a H, in 5 ' " -1 -A K c Q -Hshi..-r"k -923, 'V -l tm. M. ,Q '- , 1 I ...' -..-" . -'-:'5w v fqwx ::9l' -1. Y' g 1' . 1 .f -- sp., Sw fr fb, fn 31 E. fl 2 5 6 fi V imiwfwnii WWI? iimmmm FROM THEIR HEARTS CHOIR-BACK ROW: Jack Steiner, Brian Humphreys, Paul Richardson, Ralph Cline, Harvey Smith, Johnny Panagos, Lewis Minaker, Don Almy, Doug Bisset, Bob Elder, Mike Fisher, Ron Sailer, MIDDLE ROW: Norman Bunker, Joan Stuurmans, Caryl Eiene, Judy Perry, Karen Porter, Mr, Young, Advisor, Connie Hart, Barbara Osgoodby, Virginia Porter, Arlyn Gwen DeYoung, Judy Romberg, Curtis Robinson. FRONT ROW: Cathy Jordan, Arlene Huisman, Darlene Henderson, Shirley Wessel, Charlotte Ford, Joyce Gonser, Shirley Mutchler, Janann Young, Henrietta Bos, Janet Witrnan, Carolyn Anderson, Dorothy Panagos. MISSING: Kay Jones, Karen Estergreen. Numerous members of the chorus made several notable ap- pearances this past year. Kay Jones and Carolyn Anderson both appeared over television on the Veterans ot Foreign Wars Talent Revievv, while several other out- standing soloists received high ratings in the contest held in the "' 1117 latter part of April at Western si Washington College of Education. I i ' To raise extra money the Music X -I ' ' 5 Department collaborated with the I d " ,V , g l Torch Club and presented a Va- . x I riety Show which turned out very - ,ff ' I-37" f ns. ,- successful and netted approxi- ' mately SAO. -i . . it THE PIONAIRES-BACK ROW: Karen Estergreen, Charlotte Ford, Henrietta Bos, Carolyn Anderson, Arla Belle Thompson, Janann Young, Kay Jones. FRONT ROW: Barbara Osgoodby, Cathy Jordan, Virginia Porter, Caryl Eiene, Joan Stuurmans, Arlene Digerness. 53 Q nf is 2 f'fwW5Ml1Z'W7 'W 1" fix 'WWf7g Q7w?elf5'i'I56wfaf1fz K. ,Q xxx - . 51 ,U A . p 5 5 we ff Wi Q2 M, Q1 ff 1 . Q 1-2, f ,. MV QQ wgi l+ y4.i. A L - , +555 M ' i . Q nh . 9 'Z 9 W iv' 2 HQ QQ. wi it 1. f Af,4 ig -r A ' 4 ww WN Q , 'Wy , n v 2, ' SPORTS BUD CASE, SpOffS Victorious over all We want our boys fo be Bur if They should fall We back Them jubilanfly. 9 I 1 f':, fl, 11 ,, nf X Y I 'T A-1 BASKETBALL, BASEBALL MANAGERS AND COACH Joel Sanford, Roy Swanson, Coach Wells, Stuari Kale. The Shnrley Green SONG LEADERS cl P Nuoksack Controls JU Y elly Anna Mae poedell 5'i 1' 1 POPCORN OPERATORS-BACK ROW: Judy Romberg, Linda Johnson. FRONT ROW: Arlene Digerness, Valerie Lochbaum. Nice Tackle Dave AC. ,r ' 1Qgm,5.-,i-'EYWQW ' Q- , A R.-,J -, .-wx, 5,3557 Q5-in . , . .. 4.1.91 ,. 4.-, .w ,. 1 . A 1 ,J YA V, X 5 x x 3 , . ' f I 5 HF, I 1 f" .. -nf i X, fx I 1 58 "2'.' 1 I 1 1 1 BOB EIENE-Junior Fullback v if P114--+wr"" -' ,.... ...-.- " J f'-'?"'fr7'!-1 ,C Y' I lf., , ' ' ' ,J , k'vu,,.,p""' ' v-ni DICK FORTHUN-Senior a long pass- Quarterback Honorary Captain g1'S, elm, 7 , 1 i 4- K9 an Krienke goes around end, LEWIS MINAKER-Senior EVAN LEE-Sophomore Guard Halfback Inspirational Player SENIOR VARSITY TEAM-TOP ROW: Gary Odegaard, Manager, Glenn Walker, Curtis Robinson, Evan Lee, Marvin Kirkman, Dwight Davis, Roger Childers, Dick Forthun, Norman Bunker, Ron Bartelds, Marvin Honcoop, Ron Sailer. MIDDLE ROW: Jerry Digerness, Larry Forthun, Donald Almy, George Krienke, Lewis Minaker, Melvin Collart, Ralph Minaker, Darryl Ehlers, Bill Sturgeon, Rocky Kolberg, Coach. BOTTOM ROW: Lyle Thompson, Bob Eiene, Bud Case, Teddy Iverson, Dave Schweigert, Stuart Kale, Ronnie Henderson, Johnny Panagos, Manager. THE PRIDE OF NOOKSACK VALLEY Losing only to the powerful Blaine Borderites and the Champion Mt. Baker Mountaineers, the Nooksack Valley Pioneers finished third in the Whatcom County Football League. Outstanding games of the season included a I4-I2 win over Vancouver College and a O-O de- fensive duel with the Ferndale Golden Eagles in a non-league game. The Pioneers had a very strong line and an all-around good defensive unit but lacked size and experience in the backfield. With many returning lettermen and some good Freshmen, the Pioneers should have a good team next year. However, the loss of quarterback Dick Forthun and tackle Bill Sturgeon, all-state alternate nominee, as well as many others, will certainly be felt. The i954 team elected an inspirational player, Lewis Minaker, and an honorary captain, Dick Forthun. A trophy, with the name of the inspirational player engraved on it, will be kept in the trophy case, and a miniature football was given to the honorary captain. Way to smear them boys. Forthun on the loose again. I gk ., b , .', M ' 4 E . W , , 2 'W k X , faq Q ,aa M X 'x' 'Z 7 f. 4: fi V-,, , . '- s . X +L ' "sl, 'JS 1 V A, H x Q35 x NY . ' As' - ' ' X1 ,, 4 .JMQQXQ ' f gftfl 'P Vg 5' gs - - gg.: ' Q52 ' sy , QQ if ,Q is xi .til L 5'if':,,-'Qi 6 . 'fl 5 The Jamboree 3 Q , -if Qf U , N, f 74 if QVQN fy I ua F . -9. 1 , my s 5' 3 Z' -Q7 1' , 5 . , fi W 5 ar M? if ii 5 BACK ROW: Ted Iverson, Managerg Rocky Kolberg, Coach, Curtis Robinson, Bill Sturgeon, Neal Langley, Ralph Minaker, Glenn Walker, Bill Hanowell, Manager. FRONT ROW: Ronnie Henderson, Barry Ostrom, Delbert Gustafson, David Schweigert, George Krienke, Floyd Cline, Sybren Lautenbach. MISSING: Stan Hanovvell. NOOKSACK'S TALENTED TRACKM EN The Pioneers had a new but very talented group of boys participating in the running and field sports of the T955 track season. Only two returning lettermen, David Schweigert and Bill Sturgeon, were members of the team. Two boys, both of whom are sophomores, placed in the Whatcom County track and field meet. Evan Lee won second in the 440 yard run and Neal Langley took third in the mile, this gave them a chance to enter the district meet. The Pioneers are expected to be much Stronger next year for they will have practically the entire team returning. Much will be expected from the talented freshmen who also had a county meet this year. Two Nooksack freshmen, Bill Schweigert and Cliff Russell, placed in this meet. TRACK STANDOUTS FROSH TRACK TEAM David SCIWWBIQSVY, ROCIKY K0Ibe'9f COBCITI Curtis R0bU"S0fL Bill Eddy Bock, Clifford Russell, Bill Schweigert, Terry Henderson Sturgeon, Glenn Walker. Gene Smith, TMW 4 TOP ROW: Burt Wells, Coach, Bob Thompson, Eddy Bock, Gene Smith, John Mades, Clifford Russell, Manager. MIDDLE ROW: Bob Duvall, Charles DuBois, Roy Collart, Bud Carlson, Maston Middlebrooks. BOTTOM ROW: Wayne Beech, Calvin Crape, Bill Schweigert, Eldon Johnson. CHAMPIONS!!! Winning seven, while losing only one, the Nooksack Valley Babes tied with Blaine Junior High for the Whatcom County championship. Although the Babes shared the championship with Blaine, they beat the Borderite Juniors by a score of 50-30. The Babes lost only to Mt. Baker in a very close game that was decided in the closing min- utes of the contest. The score was 25-24. Jerry McBeath, a member of the freshman squad, won the foul shooting contest by hitting twenty-one out of twenty-five shots. SMALL IN NUMBER GREAT IN ABILITY Thirteen boys met Coach Wells last September as turn out began for junior high football. Although they were small in number, they were not lacking in talent, for they went on to win third place in their league. One of the standout games of the season was a O-O game with Mt. Baker. The Pioneer Babes scored once, but the touchdown was not counted because of a penalty before the play. BACK ROW: Mr. Kolberg, Coach: Eddy Bock, Brian Robinson, Buster Westhoff, Bob Steiner Gene Smith, Darol McWilliams. MIDDLE ROW: Jerry McBeath, Bill Schweigert, Ivan Slotemaker Clifford Russell, Jerry Loreen. FRONT: Terry Henderson, Manager. BACK ROW: Darol McWilliams, Bob Steiner, Glen Hadeen, Buster wesfhaff, Brian Robinson. 66 FRONT ROW: Jerry McBeath, John Mades, Ivan Slotemaker. Bud Carlson, Wayne Beech. ALMOST CHAMPIONS Supplied with a tremendous amount of desire and natural ability, the Nooksack Valley Babes opened their baseball sea- son with a 24-3 win over Lyn- den. This was followed by wins over the next five teams. With the above the record, and with only one game left, it seemed almost certain that the Babes would be county cham- pions: then disaster struck! By some timely hits the Fairhaven team defeated them, 7-4. The Babes did not have a game scheduled with the cham- pion Whatcom Warriors. lud, wal 1 t SOCIAL LIFE Uflfke The peaceful Came VALERIE Loo-IBAUM, Social Editor Confenf To ea? and stay We live, we laugh, we love Our high school years are gay. Y-' K- W-- . . V 2x --..-...., J... -, IF' 4 rw ' "4-'ine -- - r ll rf' Z' ' Z ' - -l ell 1, l 4- ln ll E l.I,l x lllalllla all 'lr' - W M, ll: l l Tl lx' l lil if ' ISI :fy lp llll' ll 'l llfll' W' I-W' 'S'-fmlp llwll I W 'ffl 'l H P J H W pivgllll JV lfvclvl 'lJl4l,'ll l l IIN -lv' M Il N MV: l I , gg- .flu-4 , i l.llll'l 'l I ' v' ' I . I N J 'v . l' H U, ,, -.23 lvl . g fh llllgn 4. J, full!- llllllll .fl l ll H, ll, I Nllllx ,l 'l,'fl1y', Wm:- ,r?.lv. --argl l.. F- ,. KX --........f swf' AA., nu X .f THE HONORED GUESTS STANDING: Don McGillivray, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McWilliams, Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Hilde, Pastor and Mrs. Carl Muhr, Mrs. Holmstrom, Ronald Holmstrom, Mr. Ted Holmstrom, Mr. Robert Bainter, Mr, and Mrs. Garland Duvall, Reverend and Mrs. Ben Davis, Karen Wierstra and Mrs. Wierstra With Ron Holmstrom as Master of Ceremonies the impressive annual F.F.A. Banquet was held at the Everson-Nooksack Grade School on March 25. A comical skit was put on by Darryl Ehlers, with additional entertainment by the boys' quartet singing "Strol- ling Through the Park." Mrs. Porter gave the limericks to "Middle Age Mambo." Kay Jones also sang a solo. The theme was "Welcome Ma, Welcome Pa, We're Glad You're Here." The room was decorated in blue and yellow which gave a perfect setting for the delicious turkey dinner, prepared and served by the F.H.A. Club. evioeNcs fx g - DUANE PRESENTS SWEETHEART KAREN .. , -O.: rv" 'f THE ANNUAL BANOUET OF THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA MORE EVIDENCE 5 AD 'B Jah ,+Q..J.ff-NJ" ' ' They all danced. 4 '1' JS fi Starlight was the theme. 5 X lug. i X i , KJ if ww "" 3 ,. , ,O Q ' , if 1 f 2 x,,,l 3 l, 'I ,. -. ,gl if 'Ai - A ' - , Q i .Q r f X ' i 4 ' . ,- 1 1 1 ' Mr. M.C. and class speakers. II if , A . JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM AND BANOUET The Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom was held on May oth in the Everson- Nooksaclc Grade School Cafeteria. The Master of Ceremonies was Glenn Walker. Ron Holmes, a Junior, gave the welcome and Dixon Ostrom, a Senior, gave the response. While the iuniors and seniors, and the faculty, enioyed a turkey dinner, an entertaining program was pre- sented. It included two readings by Linda Bruns, Gary Bishop playing a trumpet solo, and singing by Char- lotte Ford, Kay Jones, and Karen Es- tergreen. After the dinner was finished, everyone enioyed the rest of the eve- ning, dancing to the music of Oren Drown and his Orchestra. A .1 Nfl" 'f ,-.af-H91 7 ff 4 I il JO -:ff 4 4- L .s ,, . . f Q, , w . L' s is l MU5'C MUMC MUUC They served the Banquet s 5 n 5 .Pg I I i 1 9' l n 1 I v 1 3 i r aff: 4 . -. 1. . 3.5 W? N2 5 A .. i.. Neat Lookmg Couple I f 'F V U - C 1 n 1 . -fi' I I , N ' X 'F . A-fu 5 ff. . 1 ah ' ilu. ' l mg -. ,- -n I , V A l My , ff .' 1 92 l W 346' ...E Ni' if U r . YL E h, GNL .1154 nr! : WIN I' I 'iisgg-5 Ni. 5. ',, -3 1 . w AEN: A 3 xi! ..'if "Q k -ir4"" x I . -n I .f 4 'L if-wk If J',,,, ,,,...yau-us X , - 'ax 2 1 "' : G 45:0 'Q l' fi! 73 f-. 1 y gal? f"4"1 31,5 ifuwg W-A W x mfs x 9 A Q .,- 4- . 'N RPN-. 111'-1 , 5 J K'-morn-uw!-P1 1 -' - N-- f--" Srmliuq waitresses C1 I F.F.A. Bump et ,a 1Look at the Birdie' ii if pf! ..4'-Q,- ouf for lunch AG Q ff N! 7- 1 ove, Phyllns Presrdent Arla Belle Y' N Easy Neal! 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Ready for Punch at Prom. an-5 HQ '.e I5 THE NEW NOOKSACK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Nooksack, Washingfon Built By FARWEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Buildings fo Sui+ Every Purpose SEATTLE WASHINGTON cAnL'S o.K. GARAGL L. E. VAI L Sumas Washmgfon Nw EVERSON IMPLEMENT COMPANY Oliver and New Idea Farm Equipmen+ EVERSON PHONE 6-356i A QW' MADES MOTOR SERVICE EVERSON ,J ,-'- LINN'S HARDWARE Wesfinghouse Appliances SUMAS PHONE 8-24II Chrysler and PIymou+I1 GMC Trucks and Busses PI1one 6-3I2I BELLINGHAM l TI"'IOMPSON'S VARIETY Everson WasI1ing+on DR. R. A. JOHNSON -DENTIST Everson Washingfon Pies Doughnufs Bakery Goods EVERSON BAKERY Everson Washingfon '- JIM'S SPORT CENTER AND BARBER SHOP JIM BROMLEY - Propriefor Sumas Washing+on Congra+uIa+ions, Seniors DE YOUNG DRUG COMPANY Your Prescripfion Druggisi Phone 8-268I SUMAS WASHINGTON GRAND CAFE A Good Place +o Eai SUMAS WASHINGTON GARGETT BROTHERS General Merchandise SUMAS WASHINGTON Visit Us at Our New Location MCBEATH GLASS COMPANY WEST'S GROCERY Sumas Washing+on Bellingham Washingfon -Q-. v I.: 43+ I' I .. I COLUMBIA VALLEY LUMBER COMPANY EvERsoN WASHINGTON Earl Ma+heson, Manager I s hx ii UNK? ,gr ELE Y- O INDUSTRIAL 0 HOUSE WIRING 0 FIXTURES " TOM DINKINS CTRIC CO. Eiecfrical Con+rac+or Wiring COMMERCIAL MOT 0 ORS WIRING MATERIALS Phone GA 4-4760 II08 RIVERSIDE DR. MT. VERNON In Everson I+'s SHOPRITE Groceries Dry Goods R. M. PAULSEN HILDA KINLEY K V O S suMAs MEAT co. 790 Sumas Washingfon On YQUI' NOOKSACK MERCANTILE COMPANY Values Galore, All Over Ihe Sfore NOOKSACK WASHINGTON TV- CHANNEL I2-TV s H I NOTE'S HARDWARE AND FURNITURE Everson A. HINOTE Phone 6-330l BANK OF SUMAS Sumas Washing+on C0ngrd+ul6fiOr1S. Gl'dClS Gree+ings from Your Friendly ADAMS SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY Your School Clo+hing Heaclquarfers 206 W. HOLLY BELLINGHAM Bellingham Washingfon J J NEWBERRY BHMIS I 0 CHEVRON SERVICE Bellingham Washinglon . Everson Washlngfon OWL PHARMACY Holly and Cornwall BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON NORTH WASHINGTON lMPLEMENT John Deere's Comple+e Line Agricullural lmplemen+s Fairbanks-Morse and and Tracfors Berkeley Waler Sysfems Rainway lrrigalion Jamesway Farm Sysfems Equipmenf DeLavel Milking Machines Valco Holding Tanks LYNDEN WASHINGTQN ARDEN FARMS COMPANY Everson Washing+on 83 WALKERS CASH STORE Everson Washingfon PAUL WOOD'S CAMERA SHOP Nexf fo +l'1e Avalon Tl'1ea+er Films - Pl1o+o Supplies BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON BELLINGHAM BUSINESS COLLEGE Oufsfanding BL1siness College Whalcom Counfy BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON K P U G Tops in Lisfening in +l'1e Norlhwesr ll70-On Your Dial BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON MacDOUGALL - SOUTHWICK l322 Cornwall Avenue BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON Congra'rula+ions, Seniors SANFORD'S BARBER SHOP Everson Wasluingfon HOLLY MEN'S SHOP Home of Arrow, Van Heusen, Janfzen, ancl Holeproof IO6 W. HOLLY PHONE I009 RUSSELL HEDMAN Insurance EVERSON PHONE 6-3732 uccess to the graduating class ' 1:1L1 1 . . 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EDLER-Pfopfie+of' Everson Phone 6-3.51 wsShang+on Prescripiion Specialis'I's EVERSON PHONE 6-348l . - v '-,- I STOCKTON PAINT COMPANY Bellingham Washingfon If SMITHWAY SERVICE Welding and Machine Worlc NOOKSACK WASHINGTON Phone 6-46I7 Good Luclc Class of '55 VIENNA CLEANERS 206 E. Magnolia BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON ROY LUNGER Conlraciing - Pain+ing FREE ESTIMATES Everson gWashingfon J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Bellingham Washingfon SUCCESS BUSINESS COLLEGE Across from B. B. Furniiure Learn and Earn -Quickly ACCREDITED BY THE WASHINGTON STATE BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Phone I0 II Prospec+ S'I'ree+ BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON fg gi' 's xml ' " SUMAS GARAGE GEORGE HESSELGRAVES. Owner 86. Sumas-General Aufo Work-Washingion . Safco C. S. KALE CANNING COMPANY Packers of High Grade Berries Frui+s Vege+abIes EVERSON WASHINGTON CROSSROADS CAFE Across from Ihe High School EVERSON WASHINGTON SUMAS MERCANTILE Appliances Dry Goods Shoes Ladies' Ready-Io-Wear Phone 8-3I97 SUMAS WASHINGTON B. B. FURNITURE COMPANY Largesi Furnifure Siore Nor+h of Sea++Ie BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON MOUNTAIN Home PORTRAITS R. L. BOREN Phofographer WEDDING BABY PICTURES Phone Deming 208 HANOWELL ELECTRIC Phone 6-3365 NOOKSACK WASHINGTON Pa+ronize These Adver+isers ,,.. ..',-Tr BRADBURY STUDIO Pic+ures Thai' Always PIease I09 GRAND AVENUE BELLINGHAM EDWARDS' AUTO SERVICE WILLARD EDWARDS Union Oil Dealer EVERSON WASHINGTON 'EDDIE A M, -K ...ug-:L ' .afa-NL-.1 -l. '- . ,x l I e ,"' ...gf I' 69:53 I 1 54 "2 Villa' -. Y ' V ' V ., .. ,-It 4 . X A - V thing., ' l 'NYU B . ,, SUMAS - EVERSON AUTO FREIGHT Daily Service Befween Sumas, Everson, and Bellingham WIH1 Connedions +o All Poin+s EVERSON PHONE 6-337I BELLINGHAM PHONE 976 X Ulllil IUIO X ,. ,.v.--. . V -LM k Bc'l"" DARIGOLD Sfancls for QualH'y in Dairy Procluc+s WHATCOM COUNTY DAlRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION ,fp l f - L- f "" Y " new f-'- r'-I 'X' .NUvA:Ae.fx VA....: J 0vkS?96l22f!E! NOOKSACK VALLEY STATE BANK EVERSON WASHINGTON Federal Deposif Sys+em YNDEN! RANSAFER NC- LYNDEN TRANSFER AND MILKY WAY, INC. Lynden Phone I l9l 5 Jz...l-,, ,11- SEPTEMBER 7-School begins, "5-1" annuals arrive. IO-Pictures taken for student body cards. ll-Everson Fall Festival. I8-Football Jamboree at Mt. Baker, N.V. We won, I4-O. OCTOBER 5-National assembly Shalmar the magician Speedball play day at Bellingham F H A informal initiation F F A initiation F H A formal initiation No school teachers institute FFA and FHA tour Band smorgasbord at N V gym F H A regional meeting at Anacortes National assembly Romeo and Julret Dramatics Club assembly vs. Meridian. CALENDAR by Linda Bruns FEBRUARY I5-Measured for new bancl uniforms. I6-'National assembly. Indian dances. IB-Basketball with Blaine. We won 3rd place in county, 75-5-1. 25--District tournament, N.V. vs. Bellingham, We lost, 47-59 26-District tournament, N.V, vs. Mt. Vernon. We won. 68-48. MARCH District tournament N V vs Arlington We lost 43 60 Concert Solo and ensemble contest at W Wn Col of Educ Freshman skating party at Sumas F F A banquet at Everson Nooksack Grade School All Sports banquet at Everson Nooksack Grade School Report cards ull Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill -lu mmqn LEST FORGET OUR ALMA MATER NOVEMBER APRIL Junior play cast chosen Mr Lambert honored on 60th birthday F F A dance at Sumas Grange Sophomore dance at Everson City Hall Report cards National assembly Mynah birds 25 26 No school Thanksgiving Day 26 Girls Club Tolo at Everson City Hall DECEMBER Volleyball play day at Blaine Basketball gamboree at Bellingham N V vs We lost 13 O Axe grinder basketball game at Mt Baker 56 40 Junior play matinee Junior class play The Cannibal Queen P T A gives senior party Band uniform benefit basketball game County Coaches vs McBeath Glass Christmas concert Christn as vacation starts We lost JANUARY 2 School resumes 7 8 Spring vacation Senior class matinee National assembly Violinist KerekJar10 Lettermen s Club boxing smoker F F A dance at Sumas Grange Junior Career Day at W Wn Col of Educ Freshman assembly New band uniforms arrive Band and chorus contest at W Wn Col of Educ Variety show Sophomore dance at Everson City Hall Meridian MAY Sophomore biology hike Student body election Junior Senior banquet and prom at Everson Nooksack Grade School County track meet Mothers tea Yell and song leader tryouts Sprung concert District track meet Senior cruise to Socia Island Awards assembly Baccalaureate 26 National assembly Joseph Ellis JUNE 26 Report Cards 28 29 P T A Band benefit play I Graduation 0 3 School s out 6- ' . 7- Q Q I . . . . . n 8- . . 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