North Bend High School - Lewain Yearbook (North Bend, WA)

 - Class of 1926

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P age 9 . 5 Lo. .0 .0 ,o,-,o. , 0 0 A03 Page five LIQWAIN 11126, ej -ee Hg 5' J f . 1' Tr ff Creed of North Bend High 1,1'ese11te1l by the Class of 1925 f Ilv-fzzlxw 1 fzflimv- in flu' future I km-p fulfil Ifffffw the prvsrnf. 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Dimmitt in appreciation of his invaluable assistance given us in the past year. Ps 1,1-Lxmix 11:31, , .-5 ,W FM, ll ', f Y Annual Staff STAFF OF 1926 LEWAIN Emilda Mae Sullivan ..........-.....,.F,.,w.wV........-.-..A-YVw......-.V....A.. Edftlll'-Ill?-Clllff Fred lJ2ll,Ql16Hllll' V.-...YY.Y. ..F...V7......... I 311.vi:1w.w Jlauagm' Tlwllllil Muellvr --,--V.- .V---.-V,.V.. .-.,,.AV.Y-. A 4. .v.v1'.s'taN14.t Efliitm' Jake Offield --------YVf-.- .w..... A.wixmul BIlSiII11S'S' gllavnagm' Miss Effie Douglass --,---A ....-.-----,---.....,Y.... 1 Waczzlfy .-lrllv+z'sur Pauline Offield ....... Elval lll?lCDOIlillll -w-..--- Nvllie Willhight --,..-- Florence Hain ......... Miss Leone Nelson., Beryl Clllllllllghillll ....-V -.-.... ....-.. Audrey CCatching'j Raymond Framfis--. Mary Daigneault .----- Richard Carlniclxael- Vklilma Mueller. ,..... ..V. V Verna Clocksin .,,..,.. Page eight ---H....Smuirn' and Litvrary ..-.---.----A.-.-..........-.......Iu111'm'.s ......Sopl1rmlorfs -,....F1'1'sl1,n'1,m1 ---Y -f--'---, --,-,--4,V---.,Y,-v...vf.- F a ful-fy Johnson- ..---- ,-.,-..V....Vv..,V..Vw..V.. , llufrnnz --b----N---H,--,-A---M...I11lf:1's -.-......Buys' lltl1,l1't1'r's ------,--GNirl.v' Atll1f1'1'f's ------f--Y---SllU'lJSfI0fS ----b-N01'1'vty and Fa 711-1111.9 Faculty L. M. DIMMITT, A. B., University of Washington. Supt. of Schools LEONE NELSON, B. B. A., University of Washington. Commercial. MARY PITNEY, B. S., Oregon Agricultural College. Home Economics. HARRY LEMON, B. S. F., University of Washington. Boys' Physical Director EFFIE DOUGLASS, A. B., Boston University. Languages. ALICE LAKE, Bellingham Normal, Girls' Physical Director and Coach. MRS. ARTIE KELLY, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cornish Schoolg University of Washingtong Pupil of Jessie L. Gaynor, Chicago. Director of Music. Pngr' nine Seve it LE School Improvements The School Board was very liberal this year, installing in the sch-ools a great amount of modern equipment which makes the buildings two of the best equipped for their size in the Northwest. The Home Economics Department was refurnished with new tables and chairs made especially for sewing purposes. The room was further beautiiied by the addition of a large wardrobe cabinet, and a screen which encloses a space used as a fitting room. It was a pleasure to take Physics this year due to the improve- ments which were made in the laboratory. An entirely new supply of apparatus and chemicals was purchased for the department. Three new tables, each containing individual drawers and chemical troughs, were built for the convenience of Physics work. The Manual Training rooms were remodeled converting the shop into two roomsg a machine room and a work room. In addition to the new equipment installed in these departments, a file was purchased for the Commercial room to give the students practical work in filing. A fire proof safe was installed in the office. During the summer linoleum was laid in the halls, a wax solution being used on the surface which gives a very pleasing' appearance, Each year our schools are becoming more beautiful adding to the joys of school life. Page ten W' A I N l 9 26 j'p ggi' 5 'lm ffzxglcg af E JE I5 ' fWL?17LEW C LA S S E S Q Q Q Q 926 LEWAIN 1926 l2iLF'iigiQTSlF- Z?-1. 11 Senior Class of 1926 4 Flower Colors Daffodils mad Pfurpln Violets Purplz' and Fold Page twel MOTTO: "The Sky 'is our Limit" CLASS YELL ' I-Iere's to the Seniors, the Seniors must win, Fight to the end, boys, never give in. You do your best, boys. We'll do the rest, boys, Fight for our victory. Rah! Rah! Rah! -L. B. C. CLASS SONG Tune of "Wild Irish Rosa 7.v Our dear old S-enior Class With loyalty till the last You may search everywhere, But none can compare, With our dear old Senior Class. It's a class with a rep And a class with the pep, You may travel around But none can be found Like our dear old Senior Class, -L. B. C. foijj,H3f:o1 LEWAIN 1926 Senior Class Pauline Offield "Polly" "A live wire never gets stepped on." 1. Basketball, Baseball, Track, Eclipse Staff, Girls' Club, Debate. 2. Basketball, Debate, Baseball, Track, Carnival, Treasurer of Student Body, Girls' Club, Student Representative to U. of W. 3. Captain of Basketball, Baseball, Vice-President Student Body, Class President, "The Game," Annual Staff, Student Repre- sentative to U. of W. 4. Basketball, Tennis, Annual Staff, "The Kentucky Belle," Class Historian, Chautauqua, Class President, Typing, Base- ball, "The Gypsy Rover", Class Editor, Annual Staff, Office X Stenographer, Honor Shield, Valedictorian. Lloyd Sallee "Sally" "Love letter writing is my profession." 1,2, 3, 4. Fort Scott High 5, Basketball, Chautauqua, "The Kentucky Belle", Declamation, "The Gypsy Rover". Emilda Mae Sullivan 'Kllillyl' "Better late than never." 1, 2. Ellensburg High School 3. Yell Leader, "The Game," An- ual Staff, Debate, Declama- tion, Oral Expression. 4. Debate, Declamation, "The Kentucky Belle", Oratorical Contest, Editor, of "Lewain", Basketball, Chautauqua, Class Will, "The Gypsy Rover". Edmund Wilson "Ed" "A woman in arms is worth two anywhere else." 2. Boys' Club Carnival 3. Baseball, Annual Staff, "The Game." 4. Baseball, "The Kentucky Belle," Chautauqua, Class Basketball, "The Gypsy Rover". l'agc thi: lccn ' LEWAIN 1921. , A f,5ff,:f1' Page fourteen Senior Class Beryl Cunningham "Kid" "A unique combination of sense and nonsense," 1. Long Beach Poly. High. 2. Girls' Club, Baseball, Carnival. 3. Baseball, "The Game." 4 Class News Writer, Chautau- qua, "'I'he Kentucky Belle," Annual Staff, Class Poetess, Yell and Song' Writer. Vannetta Dimmitt H Van " "She hath a light head, a very light head-in fact she is a blond." . Eatonville High School. . Eatonville High School, 3. Annual Stall", Debate, Oral Expression, "The Game," 4. "Kentucky Belle," Chautauqua, "The Gypsy Rover". . 1 2 Albert Scott " Sandy" ' "Shy, so shy! When the ladies catch his eye." 1, Basketball, Boys' Club. 2. Baseball, Basketball, Boys' Club, Carnival. 3. Football, "The Game." Basket- ball. 4. Football, Basketball, "The Ken- tucky Belle", Chautauqua. Iva Bailey "Lazio" "Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, and so do I," 1. Basketball, Baseball, Girls' Club, Carnival, Track, 2. Basketball, Baseball, Track. 3. Baseball, Chautauqua, Juni-or Operetta, "The Gypsy Rover". -1Tf1..JE5iL.-fm Qgji.3lLsij LE WA IN 1926 3 4 , 1 w 2 3. 4. Katliarinc Simmons ' 'K0tlacru" 2. Track, Girls' Club, Baseball, Eclipse Staff, Debate, Carnival. 3. "The Game," Annual Staff, Eclipse Staff, Basketball. 4. Eclipse Editor, Annual Staff, "The Kentucky Belle," Debate, "The Gypsy Rover," Basketball, Chautauqua, Class Prophet, Salutatorian. Fred Daigneault "Noisy" 1. Declamation, Football, Eclipse Staff, Boys' Club, Basketball, 2. Football, Baseball, Basketball, Eclipse Staff, Yell Leader, Class President, Boys' Club, Carnival. 3. 'The Game," Baseball, Basket- - ball, Football, Eclipse Staff, Annual Staff. 4. "The Kentucky Belle," Basket- ball, Baseball, Football, Chau- tauqua, Business Mgr., "Le- wain", Debate, "Gypsy Rover". Salena Rico "Fuzzy" 1. Girls' Club, Track, Baseball. 3. 4. Chautauqua, Librarian, "The "The Game," Librarian. Gypsy Rover". Raymond Francis "Red" 1 Tennis, Basketball. 2 Yell Leader, Basketball, De- bate, Football, Eclipse Staff. Tennis, Boys' Club. Football, Basketball, Debate, Baseball, Eclipse Staff, Tennis. Football, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, President Student Body, "Home Came Ted." 5. Vice-President of Student Body, Class President, Chautauqua, Basketball, Football, Tennis, Annual Staff, Baseball, "The Gypsy Rover". Blanche 'Fhaldorf "Bun-ny" "Miss Cherry Blossom," Eclipse Staff, Declamation. "Just For Fun," Debate, Eclipse Staff. Eclipse Editor, Student Rep- resentative to U. of W. Editor of "Lewain." Page fifteen T LEWAIN 1926 f,gP1-,ffl . :9QlQJl2i.e-l7li7-Y3- Class Will We, the Class of '26 at North Bend, being of rapidly diminishing strength and memory and realizing that our days at North Bend High are numbered, do hereby issue this last will and testament. I. To Mr, Dimmitt we bequeath our hopes for the happy life he so richly deserves. To Miss Pitney we leave our sincere appreciation for her splendid work as -our advisor. To Miss Douglass we leave the shaping of the Sophomores' destinies. To Miss Nelson we leave the stupendous task of guiding the Fresh- men through school. To Mr. Lemon we leave our hopes for a champion football team and a Snoqualmie scalp, II. To the Juniors we leave our seats in the Senior row. To the Sophomores we leave all the knowledge we have gained this year. To the Frosh we leave our "Oyster" pennant to keep and guard as their own, until Seniors. To the incoming Freshmen we leave the right to take the "Oyster" pennant from the present owners. III. To the following students the members of the Class of '26 leave a part of their wonderful selves so that the school may still go on without them. To Mary Daigneault, Ed Wilson leaves his artistic cartooning. To Ben Morris, Sandy Scott leaves his "Charleston" abilities. To Wilma Mueller, Milly Sullivan leaves her position as midget of the Senior Class. To Dick Mueller, Pauline Offield leaves her scholastic standing. To Nellie Wilhight, Salena Rice leaves her proficiency in typing. To Elva MacDonald, Blanche Thaldorf leaves her title as "Vamp of the class." To Carl' Hupp, Ray Francis leaves a louder horn for his "Covered Wagon." To Sally Mueller, Vannetta Dimmitt leaves her place in Senior English class. To Dick Carmichael, Lloyd Salle leaves his place on next year's athletic teams. To Cleota Carmichael, Katharine Simmons bequeaths her sweet disposition, To Bob Schaefer, Beryl Cunningham leaves a curling iron to make himself beautiful. To Marvel McKean, Iva Bailey leaves her pleasant smile. To Ed Brown, Fred Daigneault leaves his sheikish Ways. Signed this day of May at N. B. H. S. By the Senior Class of 1926, E. M. S. Page eighteen sr it sfQL.-pip. .iqpsi LEWAIN 1926 Class Poem 'Tis been a full year-this last one- With party, operetta, and play, Our Annual is cleverly finished, 'Tis quite a book for its day, Our pennant has caused quite a rumpus. Wh-o hung it, and rescued it? WE. 'Twas buried so deep in the front yard, Even a monument erected in glee. We sneaked on a summery day, folks. The fun! It was rich, holy gee! They looked for us on the sea shore, But we were at Maloney's, you see. We've giggled and fought our way through, boys, And we know that our records are clean. 'Tis as good as any can do, boys, Tho' we stand for our rights: That's no dream. We took our good times as we found them And licked our opponents with vimg We had our high hopes for the future, And we waited our last year to trim. But lo! Hard luck was against us, Our best members left us to strayg 'Twas sad for us. Yes, we'll admit it, We looked pretty sick for a fray, The class just behind us was stronger, But we held to our hopes, I'll sayg The Battle was hard, and we lost it, They outnumber us bad to this day. We've had our victorious days, boysg We're passing along with the tide. Ei We've had a few flunks, 'tis true, lads, But our A's we received with pride. We'll soon be -out on our own now, We're proud, tho a little sad, We'l1 gladly pass on to the Juniors, The powers the Seniors have had. Beryl Cunningham. Here's to the Seniors, the Seniors must win, Fight to the end, boys, never give in. You do your best, boys, We'll do the rest, boys Fight for our Victory! ! ! Rah! Rah Rah! -L. B, C. Page nineteen Class Prophecy Mr. Blank's unpublisllvd notes 0-ni his intcrifiews witla the nota- ble people of the day. Mr. Blank writes as follows: "The most interesting figure of the day is Miss Mary Pitney, world famous traveler. As she was absent on a trip, I could not inter- view her. Her most famous feat, perhaps, was mushing from Nome, Alaska, across the Arctic Circle. "In Chicago, I interviewed two famous figures in business-both women. Miss Offield, who owns the Mammoth Chain of Department Stores, said that she succeeded because she left men alone. Miss Srimmons, who owns the former Hearst Newspapers, stressed the oppor- tunities of newspaper work, "I next interviewed Miss Dimmitt, wife of the President of the U. S., and strong advocate of the Lucy Stone League. Through her social secretary, Miss Salena Rice, the social arbitrator of Washington, D. C., Miss Dimmitt pleaded with girls not to lose their personalities by dropping their maiden names. "From the professional side of the world, I chose Dr. Frederick Daigneault, Sec, of Health in the President's cabinet, Reverend Lloyd Sallee, fighting minister of Chicago, Mrs. Emilda Sullivan-H-opkins- Hopper-Nash, author of the year'-s best seller, and Blanche Thaldorf, the Pola Negri of America. "Rev, Sallee, contrasted the night life of the youth of today, very unfavorably with his own youth, which was very quiet. Dr. Daigneault pleaded for vaccination and the extermination of cats. Mrs. Nash said that she hoped that her latest book "Purple Passions" would rival any of Elinor Glyn's, Miss Thaldorf sent a message of cheer to the public in the words that she would not retire until death called her. "The next person to be interviewed was Albert Scott, oil magnate of Alaska, who stressed saving as a step towards success in getting and holding your possessions before the other fellow has a chance. "From the sport page I took Beryl Cunningham, the Barney Oldfield of the air, and Ray Francis, holder -of the World's International Tennis Cup. They were both rather shy and made no statements for the public except that they wished to please the people and remain at the top in their professions. "I met Ed Wilson, the famous funny man, in Paris, and he oblig- ingly told a funny story for my benefit. It is too long to repeat, but Mr. Wilson certainly deserves his title of Champion humorist. "The la-st. subject of my mental scrutiny was Marie, the most beautiful mannequin in all Paris, The only thing I could get out of her babble of French baby talk was that her name had originally been Iva Bailey." K. S. Page twenty LE WAI N l 926 Ejf'g.ll.f-T"1: Jigfji-QAU gg 1 -if :IJ '- ir 1-5- jgpiwq LEWAIN 1926 Junior Class Fi rsf Sw rn Psiv V Harry M aloney -------- ,--------- Thelma Mueller -'--."w ------ Jake Offield ------- Robert Willhight CLA NS OFFICERS Sevmul Semester 1'rrsidrnt ..,.-,.,-.. ----- . Harry Maloney Vic-0-Presirlmzt ...... -...-,- 'l 'hellna Mueller S0Mwtary-T1'0a,surm' ------ ,v.---- J ake Ollleld CLASS HOLL Verna Clocksin Vivian Clocksin Donald Willhight Cleota Carmichael Jake Offield Irene Germain Mary Daigneault Wilma Mueller Dorothy Thomas Richard Mueller Harry Maloney Fatima O'Loug'hlin Elva MacDonald Robert Schaefer Richard Carmichael Thelma Mueller lVIr. Harry Lemon, Advisor Class Colors Class Flower Crimson and lrVlz1'tw flnmrican. Bounty bow Cmss lllorroz "A Failurv is 01111 Wim Quils Trying" Page twenly one LEWAIN 1926 I ggi. C s,,yQ.j1,f4Iir3E Junior History CHAPTER ONE Verily, I .say unto you, it come to pass in the last year of the reign of McNamara that a tribe of Freshmen came into the temple at the foot of Mt. Si. They were persecuted but despaired not. After many days they assembled in a great room and chose a certain man, called Willhight, as their leader, They also chose a scribe to record the meetings of the tribe and appointed a man to keep the gold. Now it came to pass that when the tribe had stayed in the temple many days, they were defeated in a game called basketball by a strange tribe of fierce warriors called Sophomores. After this they assembled in a great room with the Sophomores and held a party and there was great rejoicing thereat. And so it was. CHAPTER TWO Verily, I say unto you, in the first year of the reign of Dimmitt, the same tribe assembled in the temple, and lo! seven more were added unto their number, but they were now called Sophomores, and the other tribes trembled at their presence. They were governed with great wisdom by their leaders. Mighty were the works of the Sophomores. They easily defeated the weaker tribe of Freshmen in a game called basketball and the hearts of the Freshmen were filled with wrath and they lifted their voices in lamentation, But when the Sophomores met the mighty warriors, the Juniors, they experienced' a crushing defeat. Yet at this they did not despair. The girls of the tribe challenged the other tribes to a game of basketball. But the other tribes were sore afraid and played them not. So it came to pass they ended their second year in the temple at the foot of Mt. Si, under the reign of Dimmitt, And so it was. CHAPTER THREE And it came to pass, that the same tribe met again in the temple and they were now called Juniors and trod the narrow path of right- eousness, And they chose a leader, and this man was called Maloney, and a scribe and treasurer called Oifield. And it came to pass that the tribe defeated all the other tribes of the temple in a game called basketball, and proclaimed themselves champions. And the hearts of the Juniors were filled with exultation. Now it came to pass that on the night when all the "Spooks" Page Tu-:nty-two 433 LEWAIN 1926 and "Goblins" played havoc with the world, the Juniors asked the worthy Seniors to attend a party at the temple. And great was the rejoicing thereat. Now it also came to pass that all the tribes joined a campaign to sell subscriptions for the Lewain. And in this campaign the Juniors persuaded a large number of people to subscribe, and proved themselves victorious. Such is the reward of the virtuous, - And it came to pass that the more learned tribe, the Seniors, requesteld the worthy Juniors to journey to the dwelling of Dimmitt for a party and dance that was given in their honor. And there was never greater rejoicing. But lol they were called upon to gather a large sum of gold for the Lewain. And their minds were filled with despair. But. they were not long dismayed for their wise councilor soon found a beautiful play from the "Land of the Rising Sun." Many days and nights the tribe labored earnestly, learning to chant the phrases of it. And after many moons the people of the great valley came to witness it. And when the multitude saw it they marveled and gave praise unto the Juniors, And so it was. Junior Class Prophecy We, the class of '27, being a large and brillant class, entertain high hopes of attaining highest honors in scholastic and athletic achieve- ments, in our Senior year. Now we suppose you are wondering why we are entertaining such high hopes. Who won the interclass basketball championship? Who covered themselves with glory by being good actors and singers? Who set the standard in selling annuals? And now you know why we look forward with such enthusiasm. And if in prophetic vision We should pen our future triumphs, All the past will be o'er shadowed By our greater deeds that will be. 1 Page Twztny-lhrrf L E W A I N l 9 2 6 Piiglfgiiiiil SHE gl! Page tuventy-four Junior Song We are yours dear North Bend Hi, Juniors laud your glories to the sky, Sons and daughters true, we'll stand by you, While we wave our banners too. Chorus We are Juniors, Juniors all! For we were never known to stall. Ta ran ta rah, ta ran ta. rah, Ta ran ta rah, ta ran ta rah, Sing Junior praises f-or NORTH BEND HIGH! Crimson and white are our colors so bright, And for them we'll always up and fight, Staunch and true this refrain you'll proclaim HURRAH! E 1--9-2-7 ! ! ! ! Chorus Alma Mater is the name we cheer in song, Our spirit and devotion .shall never change. Singing -our praises loud as we march along Hear the refrain we sing again, Chorus We are Juniors! Juniors all For we were never known to stall! Ta ran ta rah! ta ran ta rah! Ta ran ta rah! ta ran ta rah! Sing Junior praises for NORTH BEND HIGH! ! ! ! ! CLASS YELL Freshmen, Seniors, Sophomores, All! You might be brilliant! Slim, Fat, Lanky, or Tall! You might have pep! But you'll have to work To beat the Juniors yet! . CLASS YELL LEADERS Verna and Vivian Clocksin 41,35-Q-L e M , qllii ij LEWAIN 1926 Sophomore Class ULASS OFFICERS First Smnmter Seemzd Semester Hazel Dotson ---------. --------- P resident -----+--- -..------,----44-- S am Alm Dan McFadden .,.,,.,.- ..-.--.. I 'ice-Ihffsidclei --A.- -------- C arl Hupp Nellie Willhigiht .....-.. .A.V. i Secretary-7'o'0as'1w'm' -K-- ------- I ris Germain CLASS ROLL Annie Youst Adron Berkebile Ben Morris Edna Rice Evelyn Wilson Eva Blodgett Iris Germain Kenneth Simmons Nellie Willhight Carl Hupp Earl Berkebile Paul Catling. Dan McFadden Hazel Dotson Sam Alm Harold Bookter Advisor, Miss Effie Douglass Colors Flower Purple and? Wlfiif Carnation CLASS lXIo'1"r0: "Grin and Grind" Page twenty-five 7 LEW AIN 1926 ps.:1fgj,fefss: -iagggjs -ijfifsf Sophomore History We entered North Bend High School in the fall of 1924, a bit bashful, but with high hopes for the future. We drew a breath -of relief, however, when the "Initiation" was over and no one was seriously injured, and started immediately to take our part in the activities of the school. We purchased a pennant of the class colors and hung it in the study hall, with the wrath and indignation of several dignified Seniors who proceeded to show us their contempt of our banner by pinning it to the town jail. It was recovered, however, and hidden until we displayed it on Kid's Day in a short play, to the astonishment of the upper classmen, who evidently thought they had seen the last of our banner some weeks before. Parties were exchanged by the Sophomores and Freshmen in which all enjoyed themselves immensely. With numerous sales we were also able to raise our quota of 3515 for the Annual fund before any of the other classes. Behold! We are now Sophomores, with another step taken toward the coveted goal of graduation, The initiation of the incoming Freshmen was a complete success, the Freshies being given a good dose of electricity to furnish them with pep for the coming years. We gave the Freshmen a party which they returned by entertaining us with a de- lightful little "Cupid's Frolic" held at the home of Mr. Dimmitt. Through various hot-dog sales we endeavored to raise the amount for our space in the annual this year. On the eighth day of April we gave a delicious "Chicken Dinner" which was enjoyed by everyone and was the main source of money for our annual fund. Our class members have been increased from ten to sixteen, which gives a decided advantage over last year's class. We were the first class to get our annual quota of S45 again this year. In our two coming years we intend to maintain a high standing in our classes, and to do our bit for the good of "Old North Bend High," Page twenty-siim' 4 in --JL gllilgj LEWAIN 1926 1 Freshman Class l Firsf Smlzvsfvl' Felix King' ------------- Robert Knowles -----'V Nl irvel McKean ...,-- Earl Jackman Emmet Springer Marvel McKean Felix King Robert Knowles IYLANS 0If'FIFElf President lf'ic'0-l'r0sirlmcf .- S Svrmzd Smncstcr .-----------.Felix King Robert Knowles Srvrctrzry- T?'1'aS1ll'Pl' CLASS H0 LL Edwin Brown Margaret Wright Adelaide Fuller Alice Rice FLA SS Y ELL Are we fine? ----N-.Floreiioe Hun Doris Bookter Myrvin Dimmitt Jerome Cabe Euna Young Florence Hain You bet we're fine! B. H. S. '29, CLASS lll0T'l'0Z Hlrrzpoxszilzlc is L'11-.lrnfriwllz Colors Flower Ilrfvn ami Gold Yellow Hose Page Ifueniy-.rezieu N ' Y fi Freshman History Hurrah for the Freshman class of '29. Only a few short weeks until we will have relinquished the honored name of "Freshies"-we will do this with a wee ache in our hearts, too, for our experiences have been many and varied, since we trotted almost breathlessly thru the corridors, into the -strange and uncanny assembly room of N. B, H. S. Will anyone forget those "North pole" glances -of the sophisticated Juniors and Seniors and the Dignified Sophs? Will any Freshman ever forget the "where am I" and "where was I" feeling as we groped blindly for that particular room that was to reveal the amazing fact that a plus b equals c. Gradually things became more human under the direction of Miss Everett, our class advisor. Miss Everett was substituting at that time for Miss Nelson, who returned about November 16. The first event which was to make us realize our important position in this school was the Freshman Mixer. We surely received the "shocks" of our young lives. If the exchequer could stand the electric bill we are sure our bodies were charged sufficiently to keep us going the rest of the year. For proof of the above statement: We have earned enough money for our annual quota, S25-which really isn't such a mediocre sum either, Numerous pie, popcorn, hot "dorg" sales contributed nicely. Oh, that waffle luncheon! Even yet we have nightmares and imagine ourselves wading thru dough rivers. Some have probably imagined themselves trying to dance on the spot where a gallon of delicious syrup was reclining, having met its doom during one of the rush orders. Anyway, after the blue smoke raised, there was 3512 to our credit. The Sfophs gave us a very lovely evening November 20. We attempted to show our appreciation later by giving a little Valentine's dancing party entitled "Cupid's Frolic." As a Freshman class, individually, we are all for one, and one for all-collectively we are all for one N. B. H. S.-our spirit is gathering momentum. Just think what we will be as Seniors! u Page twenty-eight LLWAIN 1926 gig--7 had L+-S-e'i2.lEigLf .iliwliig LEWAIN 1926 Alumni Association The North Bend Alumni Association was organized in 1919, its purpose being to promote and retain the interest of former students in the development and progress of the schools. It has officers con- sisting of a President, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer, elected annually. The dues are 51.00 per year. The main social get-together of the year is the banquet given in honor of the graduating class at which time they are welcomed into the Association. This event is looked forward to by the Alumni and Seniors alike. Following is a list of the Alumni: CLASS OF 1912 'Nita fBaldwinJ Hillyer ,.......................,.................. CLASS OF 1913. Ward Catching ......., ............................,............ C arpenter, North Bend CLASS OF 1914 Clarence Bell ..,..,... ..............................,,....... M erchant, Friday Harbor CLASS OF 1915 Eloise fBoalchJ Phillips ...............................,.................. Burien City, Wash. CLASS OF 1916 Floyd B1-isack ,.,,,,...,.,,,,,,...,................,.............. Lieut. U. S. Army, Philippines Haidee 1TaylorJ Weeks ........................................................................ Seattle 'Archie Morgan ..................... ...,...................,.............,.............. Zella fGlazierJ Parsons ....,...... ...,...... N orth Bend Audrey fCatchingJ Johnson ...... .........,... N orth Bend Theodore Boalch ..........................,............,............ ..,.... S noqualmie Falls Mildred fAllenJ Lewis ....,...,.................................. ............ N orth Bend CLASS OF 1917 Clara QBryanJ Jacobson ,..................................,.................,.......... North Bend Ruth Faulkner ,.....,..................... ..,.,. T elephone Operator, North Bend Bertha fFlorencej Murphy ....... ......................................... N orth Bend Daniel Lawson .................,...........,...,...,.,........ Telephone Supervisor, Seattle CLASS OF 1918 Orpha 1Allen Wobser ....,.,..,.......,............,.,.........,..,.,...........,. .............. S eattle Lorraine Boggs ................. ....................,..,...,..,., P oultry Expert, Arizona Evelyn Baldwin ......... ..,..............,..... S tenographer, Santa Barbara, California Allen Hubbard .............................................................. City Light Co., Seattle Dorothy fKennedyJ Jenkins ,...................,...,.....,.... ............,,..,,.,..........,.. S eattle Mary fRaeJ Boyce .... ........,.,.,.,....,...................,,. ....... E l lensburg Normal CLASS OF 1919 Aubrey Maloney .,..,,.......,.................................. State Highway, North Bend Marion fKehoeJ Mutch .............,...,,..,.,....,.,............,.,,,,,..,... Portland, Oregon John Eldridge ..................... ....... B artel's Drug Store, Seattle William Renton ....,.....,. ,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N orth Bend Henry Emery ......,... .....,.Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Co. Page twenty-nine Ei F' LEWAIN 1926 ge1,ggi,4.fL-Jgiggfrarir,4- CLASS OF 1920 Philomena Sentz ....,..,.. ...,,...........A.................,. P rivate Secretary, Seattle Alonson Renton ...,,,.. A Mildred Morris Brown ,...... Bruce Morris ...,..,.....,...... ...,................... .............. P 0 rtland Frank Hubbard ,,.,,,. .,........,............... E lectrician, Seattle George Terhune ........ ,........................ . ..Service Station, Bryn Mawr Floyd Wright ......... ,....,......,.........,.... S noqualmie Falls Lumber Co. CLASS OF 1921 Virginia Claggett ........ ..... .....................,..... M u sic Teacher, Philadelphia Iva CBoalchJ Pooler ........ .................................... N orth Bend Beatrice Thrasher .....,.,.V. ...... T eacher, Glenwood, Wash, Watt Glazier ............... .......,......... M erchant, North Bend Warren Webster ....,. .,.,..,,,,,...,,...,,...., E llensburg Normal Chester Pike ..,......... ,.............,........... C hiropractor, Porterville, Calif. CLASS OF 1922 Bertha fSewellJ Haynes ............r.................r.. .......................... E verett Emily fThomasJ McCartney ,.,r,, ,.,..,.,.,,.,..,,,..,..,...... S eattle Marrion Morris ,.......,...........,......, ...,... S tenographer, Seattle Felix Rea ............................,.....,....,...,,,...........,... ......, I nstructor, Sumner CLASS OF 1923 Mary- fThrashe1'J Christman ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,r,,,,,,,,,. Snoqualmie "William Claggett, fln Memoriam, Claggett Fieldj ..,....................,.,.......... Peter Mal0rley ...........................................,..,,.,.... University of Washington Terry Howard ............ ...l.. .....................e..............,. N V orth Bend Howard Renton ..,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.. .,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,4,., ,,,., N 0 r th Bend L011iS Willhight .......... .......,..............,.,. S noqualmie Falls Lumber Co. William McCann ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,.,. C amp Jgy CLASS OF 1924 Doris Schaefer .......... ..,......,..,.....,....,.,.,....,..,.,.. ..... C l erk, North Bend Stella Thompson ........... Fannie Meusberger ,......... Myra Dean McKean ...,.,. ..........e.........Stenog'rapher, North Bend .......Clerk, State Bank of North Bend ......,.........Stenographer, Los Angeles Myrtle Carr ................... .....,,....... N ormal School, Ellensburg Lillie Wilson ............,. .....,..,,,,,.,,,..,.,,,,,,,, C lerk, Seattle Louisa Pike ...........,.... .. .....,., Normal School, Bellingham Arthur Lee .,..,.,..............,Y .......... I lniversity of Washington Laurence McCartney ..,...,.. ..,,,,. University of Washington Randall Rydeen .,...... ........... .........................,..,., U n iversity of Washington Winifred Morris ..,,,. Arthur Thomas ........ Robert Mahoney .,..,... Aileen Reynolkls ........ Mabel Thompson ...... Robert Francis ......, Carl Scott .......... Ruth Boalch .............. Sarah Thaldorf .,.,,..,.,,,. Addaline McClellan ........ William I Tanner ..,...,..Y Argo Stlllick ....,,,,.,,,,, Myrle Wilson ............ Mildred Berkebile .,.,. 'Deceased Page thirty CLASS OF 1925 ,.,.r,..W.,..,,..,.....,,Seattle Normal ........Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Co,, Camp 2 ...,.................,,......Stenfographer, North Bend ......,,..,...................,..Ellensburg Normal .,.,.,,.,.,....,,.,...Seattle Water Company .........Nurse, Seattle General Hospital ..,,.,.,.........,.........,.Bookkeeper, Seattle ........,......Postmistress, North Bend .,.....Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Co. Bend ....,,,. North Bend L Igvlf . Q57 LEWAIN ACTIVITIES M Q Q V Ll'.ur'AlN lqlfs l -'Ib pk Q ' Student Association ' "" 1.1! h Vivian Clocksin, Dick Mueller, L. M. Dimmitt, Ray Francis, Wilma Mueller All the activities of the H. S. are supervised by the Students' Association, For the first time in the history of this organization a Junior has been piesident for the entire year. Vivian Clocksin held the office for two semesters. The entire Board of Control remained the same all year. A new amendment was added to the Constitution. It reads as follows: "Be it hereby enacted an amendment to the CONSTITUTION of the NORTH BEND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS? ASSOCIATION that the treasurer shall be custodian of all class funds and funds of other organizations within the student body. He shall give a receipt to the treasurer of the organization and to pay funds only upon requisition signedby treasurer and faculty advisor of that organization. He shall render a mimeographed financial statement at the end of each quarter, placing a copy of it on the desk of every student enrolled, Be it further amended that no organization may make purchases without requisition in duplicate signed by treasurer and faculty advisor of the student body, who shall draw a check on funds credited to such organization." Owing to the fact that our basketball games were not as well attended as we hoped f-or, the funds of the Association were in such a condition that no money could be given to the Annual Fund. Con. sequently, the quotas of the class were raised 310 apiece. They all worked hard, and the Siophomores were the first to raise their quota. Page flzirty-two E 'f"'1-s,:.-sL?:':1-fir.- 311517 LEWAIN 1926 Football On September 15, when Coach Lemon issued a call for- football players, about sixteen boys responded. The majority were green and inexperienced, and prospects of a winning aggregation were gloomy. But with the splendid coaching of Mr. Lemon and the willing cooperation of the boys in training and turning out for practice, things soon brightened up. September 25 North Bend 0-Sultan 49 With only a week's practice to their credit, North Bend journeyed to Sultan and were easily defeated by the heavier, more ex- perienced Sultan team. October 2 North Bend 60-Foster 0 With a revamped lineup, North Bend easily defeated the weaker Foster aggregation. The team worked like a well oiled machine. October 9 North Bend 14-Kent 12 Playing the best game of the season, the Lewas downed the 1925 county champs, 14 to 12. Although outweighed by the Kent team the Lewains carried the battle to them all the time, and outfought them to win the game by two try-for-points. October 16 North Bend 7--Issaquah 6 North Bend journeyed to Issaquah for the first league game of the season, and met opposition of the stiffest calibre. We were playing an erratic game of football, and when Issaquah failed to kick the try-for- point, giving us the game by a narrow margin of one point, we con- sidered ourselves very lucky in our league start, October 23 North Bend 6-Kirkland 32 Kirkland came up with her bunch of beef, outweighing us 10 pounds to the man, which proved to be too much of a handicap for us to handle, and they walked off with an easy victory. It was disasterous to us, as several of the boys were injured. October 28 North Bend 7-Redmond 0 With two of the regulars on the sidelines, and during the second quarter the loss of "Kaptain Fred," left a bunch of boys who stood by the banner of "Lewain" in a very creditable manner. A couple of well executed fake plays resulted in our 7 to 0 victory. November 6 North Bend 0-Snoqualmie 28 With the loss of Captain Daigneault, North Bend journeyed to Snoqualmie to play the team of the "Little Giant." Although North Ben'd put up a good fight, the outcome was never in doubt. November 13 North Bend 0-Bothell 12 Fighting with their backs to the wall all the time, North Bend held the valley champs to 2 touchdowns. Several times the ball was in the shadow of our own goal posts, when the Lewas would buck up and holcd the heavier team for downs, November 21 North Bend 0-Alumni 13 Playing in a sea of mud and a cold, driving rain, the heavier alumni defeated the high school team 13 to 0. Art Lee looked like a second "Red Grange." Page tlu'rLy-three L1 L E w A 1 N 1 9 2 6 Fgifflg. gf , , Basketball Basketball prospects received a severe shock at the first of the season, when Verne Offield withdrew from school. However, with much sacrifice and hard work on the part of the boys and diligent coaching on the part of "Ol" Harry, the team breezed through to second place to the upper end of the valley. December 18 North Bend 8-Snoqualmie 60 North Bend's basketball team, being weakened by the illness of several players was an easy vicitm for the Bulldogs. December 22 North Bend 36-Fall City 21 The "Salmon Eaters" couldn't stand the pace set by the Lewains, and North Bend won an easy victory. January 8 North Bend 21-Duvall 16 Although held to a tie at half-time, North Bend came back strong and won from Duvall 21-16. January 15 North Bend 25-Caranation 16 Smarting under a defeat of last year, the Lewas went into the game to avenge themselves. After the first half the outcome was never in doubt. January 22 North Bend 25-Issaquah 27 Issaquah juorneyed to North Bend with the avowed purpose of taking a "set-up" game from us, The game was nip and tuck from the first whistle, and Issaquah won only after they had exerted themselves to the utmost. January 29 North Bend 27-Snoqualmie 36 With a weakened line-up, North Bend invaded Snoqualmie territory and lost a hard fought game to them 27-36. February 2 North Bend 13-Issaquah 23 Playing a hard game throughout, the Lewas lost to Issaquah on the Preston floor, 13-23. The game was more closely contested that the score indicates. February 5 North Bend 36-Fall City 13 Playing listless game of ball, North Bend took an easy victory from Fall City. Many easy shots were missed by both teams. February 12 North Bend 24-Duvall 21 With the loss of two players due to illness, North Bend was lucky to cop the game from the fast stepping Duvall team. February 19 North Bend 24-Caranation 14 Playing a hard, steady game throughout, North Bend won the closing game of the season from Caranation 24-14. March 12 North Bend 25-Bothell 14 In a hard fought game North Bend's second team took Bothell into camp 25-14, winning the Class B championship of Snoqualmie Valley. The second team was the bright spot of boys' basketball. The cubs lost but two games the entire season and won the championship of the Valley. Page thirty-four If mix ll L L E W A I N I 9 2 6 if fe, i1-Vifielf Tennis Champions North Bend hung up another pennant last fall, when they captured the tennis championship of King County. The team annexed a total of 11 points to take the championship from Kirkland, who was a close second with 10 points. Captain Ray Francis, Dick Carmichael, Ben Morris, Wilma Mueller, Pauline Offield, and Vivian and Verna Clocksin, were the members of the team. 1 'T-. . ! ITN ,,r. r ly 1 f 411.3 Fil!-11,2 .pllr 4 . .3 1 'jr ' bf'-:ECM . ' x -'Iliff KK, ' !',,r -fa Q , f alE"", Page thirty-six r-- LtjiiiflQ,i?QLfT"'l1f"fiftf5ll E47 L E W A I N l 9 2 6 Q-I Girls' Basketball 2 The girls' basketball team did not have a chance to play out their schedule because of the vaccination. In the first game with Tolt, the girls lost by one point, Had all the members of the team been able to make the trip, there is no doubt but that they would have won. The other teams, except Tolt, having been vaccinated too, were unable to play for some time, so the coaches met and decided to dis- continue the schedule for the remainder of the year. Tolt, having won the game with North Bend previously had the highest percentage, so they represented this end of the Valley in the championship game. The North Bend girls had a very good chance to win the champion- ship as they had the strongest and fastest team in recent years. Alice Lake, Coach. North Bend 54-Issaquah ll The season opened on January 7 with a game with Issaquah at Fall City. The North Bend girls had their plays in good working con- dition and easily defeated their opponents, the score being 54-11 at the close of the game, North Bend 65--Duvall 5 The Lewains journeyed to Tolt on January 16 in order to play Duvall. The girls easily won-the score speaks for itself. North Bend 38-Fall City 8 The next game was played on January 21 with Fall City on the home floor. Although a little over-confident, the Lewains defeated the weaker Fall City team 38-8. North Bend 9-Tolt 10 The North Bend sextet met its defeat of the year at the hands of Tolt at Duvall on January 28. The team was at a disaldvantage owing to the illness of two of the members of the team. The game was a close race from beginning to end and Tolt's notorious guards were at their best, Page tl: 1'rty-seven LE WA I N 1926 V fi 1.37 H A qggig .gg Debate Our debating system ditfered a great deal from that of last year with much better success. liast year there were two teams, affirma- tive and negative, but this year we had only one team which debated both sides of the question. This team worked very hard and made a good showing for North Bend High School. Emilda Mae Sullivan, Fred Daigneault and Katharine Simmons were the team for the first debate, but the remaining contests Robert Schaefer took the place of Fred Daigneault. The question for debate Was: Resolved, That the Constitution of the United States be so amended as to empower Con- gress to restrain, regulate and prohibit labor of persons under 15. On November 19, our worthy debaters journeyed to Meridian to uphold the affirmative side of the argument. They came home with the victory Bellevue visited us on December 19, arguing the negative side. Again our team won the decision. As the old saying goes, "The third time is always the charm." Foster broke our chain of good luck by winning the decision of the debate at their town on January '17. Our team upheld the negative side. The last debate of the season was held at North Bend, February 25, with Kent. Once more our team convinced the judges that their side of the question was right. In this case it was the negative. This ended a very successful season for the team although their chance for the pennant was lost when they were defeated by Foster on Jan- uary 17. Needlcss to say, North Bend High is very proud of thc enthusiasm and spirlt shown by their debaters. Page thirty-eiglrt The contests this year were divided into three divisions, Humor- ous, Dramatic and Oratorical. North Bend had a representative in all three fields-. Lloyd Sallee was the humorous speaker and won first place in the Valley Contest. Milly Sullivan gave an oration which she also used in the International Oratorical Contest. She was awarded second place in the Valley Contest. Felix King was dramatic representative. April 6 A About seventy-Iive students spoke in the Snoqualmie Valley Con- test at three different places, North Bend, Kirkland and Oak Lake. The schedule was arranged by Chairman L. M. Dinimitt. April 15 At the Oratorical Contest held at Renton April '15, Milly Sulli- van won for N. B. H. S., third place in King County. April 23 . Lloyd Sallee won second place in the County Humorous contest held at Kent on April 23. Page thirty-n ne 35932-T211 diff- 7 LEWAIN 1926 X Declamation U Y' Princess Chrysanthemum Our Junior Operetta, the "Princess Chrysanthemum" was one of the finest entertainments of the year. It was a big undertaking for a class but we had among cur numbers people who could handle the leading parts very nicely and gave us a small chorus of capable performers, too. The first act began with the chorus singing a lively song announc- ing the betrothal day of the Princess Chrysanthemum, the only daughter of the illustrious Emperor What-For-Whi. Top-Not, the court chamber- lain, taken by Ben Morris, proved to be a good "aid de camp" of the Emperor. Mary Daigneault, as the Princess, proved herself to be a clever little Japanese lady in song and acting. Her maidens To-To, Elva MacDonald, Yum-Yum, Iva Bailey, Du-Du, Iris Germain, Tu-Lip, Cleota Carmichael, whose lullaby song was one of the pretty solos, proved to be splendid attendants. Saucer Eyes, the Wizard Cat, taken by Bob Schaefer, was very well performed, His work in drawing the Princess to the palace where Prince So-Sli, taken by Dick Mueller, might kidnap her, was a work of mystic art. The ten Spirits of the Night, accomplices of Saucer Eyes, who appeared at the beginning of the second act, were very clever in their song and dancing. Prince So-Tru, taken by Dick Carmichael, traced his loved one to the Cave of Inky Night and there proved his love for her in both song and dancing. The Princess remembers her magic ring and calls Fairy Moonbeam and her band of good fairies to her aid. Wilma Mueller, made a charming fairy and her consolation song was very pretty. The other fairies, Pearl Garrett, Margie Cabe, Dorothy Thomas, Verna Clocksin. Vivian Clocksin, Fatima O'Loughlin, Annie Youst, Cleota Carmichael, Iris Germain, looked very pretty in their white costumes and their chorus was very well sung. The Emperor, our class advisor, Mr, Lemon, appeared at the cave with his attendants, Bob and Donald Willhight, Jake Oifield, and Ken- neth Simmons and took Saucer Eyes prisoner. In the third act the Princess suddenly appeared and pleaded with the Emperor to free Saucer Eyes and Prince So-Sli. Saucer Eyes had his .servants with him so they earned their freedom by contributing a very clever umbrella dance. Prince So-Sli gained his freedom by singing a clever humorous song "The Jolly Japanese Sailor Man." Then the hand of the Princess was given to Prince So-Tru and their duet which followed was the hit of the evening. The final chorus which included portions of the solos and chorus of the entire play, closed the performance and sent the people away very well pleased with the evening's entertainment. Page forty LELWAIN 1926 If L1 psig- V 'f AL HIT H H A ldv" L- 12:1 LEWAIN 1926 A Full House On May 14, the Faculty presented to a large audience the well- known comedy, "A Full House." The plot of the play centered around a ruby necklace, stolen from a very wealthy lady in B-oston, Mrs. John Pembroke fMrs. Mattie Francisj. The Howell family in New York, fthe bride, Leone Nelson, and the groom, Mr. Carl Rudi are friends of the Pembrokes. Ned Pembroke, fMr. E. S. Hillj the son, visits Mr. Howell whom he has engaged to recover some love letters to a Boston showgirl QMiss Mary Pitneyj who is sueing him for breach of promise. When Ned arrives, the papers are full of the accounts of the robbery and the Howell family is discussing it. At this time Mr. Howell arrives from Boston with Ned's letters. Unfortunately, however, a wreck occurred on the New Haven anfd Hartford, and Mr. Howell accidently gets the grip belonging to the robber of the rubies. Mrs. Howell opens the grip and, thinking to save her husband the dis- grace of being a thief, wires Mrs. Pembroke to come for her rubies. In the meantime, the thief, QMr. Harry Lemonj traces his grip to the How- ell residence and demands the rubies. The half-witted house maid, fMiss Effie Douglassj in her desire to get the thousand dollar reward, conceals the necklace in her stocking, calls the police, and greatly com- plicates matters. Mrs. Fleming's brother, fMr. Ed. Gannonj also con- tributes to the complications. Mrs. Howell's aunt, fMiss Elvie Lovgrenj and sister, Daphne, fMiss Alva Wallenbergj arrive at this time to visit Mrs. Howell, and become involved in the excitement. Vera Vernon, the vampire, also arrives to claim her letters, and complicates matters for Ned, who is engaged to Daphne. The police, fElmer Sater, Carl Sater and Ray Hillyerj try to un- ravel the mystery. Mrs. Fleming, the owner of the apartment, 1Miss Zoe Cooleyj tries to eject the Howells, thinking they are thieves. However, the rubies are at last restored to their owner, the thief gets the reward, and escapes, leaving everybody surprised, but happy. The play was presented under the excellent direction of Mrs. Flor- ence Brannam. The characters were admirably portrayed, and the action particularly strong. I L Page forty-one Page fo rty- two TJEQQILELQY ,sqljigg LLWAIN 1926 Music Department THE CHORUS A new department was inaugurated int-o our schedule this yea1'. This was the Music Department, supervised by Mrs. Artie Kelley who visits our school each Monday. A boys' chorus and a girls' chorus have been worked up very successfully by Mrs. Kelley with the assist- ance of Miss Douglass and Mr. Lemon. A boys' quartet was also worked out and an All-Hi Chorus, The chorus sang at several entertainments and received many compliments from the community. THE GYPSY ROVER This romantic musical comedy was a great success. A large crowd was present at this performance, being greatly pleased with the excep- tional musical ability -of the members of the North Bend High School. A very thrilling plot is woven around. an English girl, Lady Con- stance, and Gypsy Rob. These characters were portrayed with excep- tional skill by Wilma Mueller and Fred Daigneault. Two other couples added romance to the play. The parts of Sinfo and Zara were per- formed very cleverly by Dick Carmichael and Milly Sullivan. Nina and Jerome were played' equally well by Irene Germain and Lloyd Sallee. Marto, fBen Morrisj and Sinfo, partners in crime, added a touch- of humor to the plot. Ray Francis, as I.-ondl Craven, a jilted Englishman for the hand of Lady Constance, was very amusing with his English drollery. Meg, an old gypsy woman, foster mother of Gypsy Rob, was enacted very skillfully by Pauline Offield. When she was his nurse she had st-olen the infant, Rob, because of an injustice done her by the chi1d's parents. Rob had grown up among the gypsies, believing that he was one of them, ignorant of the fact that he was Sir Gilbert Howe, heir to the Gilbert Howe estates. Rob and Lady Constance planned to el-ope but Rob was captured by Sir George Martindale, fDick Muellerj father of Lady Constance. Rob is freed later and Ladly Constance is taken back to England. The curtain rises on the last act. Rob is now in England and has come into his estates which were waiting for the lost Sir Gilbert. Con- stance meets him and the play comes to a happy ending. Lady Constance sang several very beautiful solos. Her chorus of attendants rendered some very fine studies in harmony. The voices of Lady Constance and Gypsy Rob blended very beautifully in their duets, and these numbers were much enjoyed by the audience. The Operetta was coached by the musical direct-or, Mrs. Artie Kelley, Mr. Harry E. Lemon and Miss Effie Douglass. Page forty-three LEWAIN 1926 plimiff -gg gala il 54:1 The Chautauqua The Chautauqua given by the -North Bend High School students on December 11 represented five nights of entertainment. The Sym- pathy Orchestra opened the program with some "extraordinary music." We were not astonished that such wonderful strains could How from such magnificent instruments. They rendered "Humor- esque" and some "Melodies of Old Familiar Errors" with exceedingly great Hharmonificationsf The drummer, Theodore Toreador Bangs, performed very well on his wide and varied equipment. The Art Gallery performed on the second night. We saw such characters as Maggie and Jiggs, Rudolph Valentino, Bill Hart and Baby Peggy. Next came a little play entitled "No Men Wanted," presented by three of our young ladies. Each one agreed to have ,nothing to do with men, and went through many funny predicaments trying to deceive one another in regard to their attentions from the said "not-wantedv articles. The Great Chicken Stealing Case of Ebenezer County was tried as the fourth number. Such negroesl Such apparel! It looked very much like we had imported a load of darkies from South Africa, and when the Lime Kiln Club made its appearance as the last number we were sure that either the students of North Bend High School had turned very dark, or they had borrowed a few shady ones from down South. The Lime Kiln Club radiated some "splendifcrous" melodies which actually exp1osified" the audience. .J + L Page forty-four L ,,.4jZ,jE?"TL'1 Tig iweppwgf 4 L E w A I N 1 9 2 6 as Kentucky Belle Qlwesenteci by the Senior Class, November 65 The setting of this play was in the Blue Grass region of Kentucky. Emilda Mae Sullivan, as Isabel Douglas, becomes very interested in a handsome young telephone lineman, in other words, Fred Daigneault. Her aunt, Mariah Douglas, announces the fact that Colonel McMillan, who has many ancestors and who is "remarkably" rich, is coming soon. Katharine Simmons portrayed this haughty, aristocratic old maid with great perfection. The "dear" Colonel had proposed to Isabel three times but on this occasion he is determined to have an answer. Dick Mueller, as the Colonel, greatly amused the audience, especially in his proposal to Isabel. At the critical moment, when he is about to ask her the question, much excitement is heard and the linemen carry in John Cason, unconscious. While John is convalescing, he and Isabel fall in love. They agree if her horse, "Kentucky Belle" wins the Derby, she will marry him and if he loses, she will marry the Colonel. The Colonel learns of this agreement through Marie Van Harlenger, a friend of Isabel's, and decides to propose to Aunt Mariah if the horse wins. Beryl Cunningham, as Marie, and her girl friends, Salena Rice, Vannetta Dimmitt anld Irene Germain, greatly surprised and amused the audience by their excellent chorus girl interpretations. Verne Offield, as Henry, and Pauline Ofiield, as Cindy, negro sweethearts, addied amusement to the play. Of course, "Kentucky Belle" wins and, just at the right moment, it is learned that John Cason Gordon is the hero's real name and that he is really a wealthy young writer. The "dear" Colonel consequently wins the hand of Aunt Mariah and John and Isabel are married and "they live happily ever after." The performance was very much enjoyed by a very large crowd. Page farly-five L L W' A I N I 9 2 6 ,fi ggljlgif Q T-Q 4" Society THE FRESHMAN MIXER The "Freshies" gathered for their "Razzin" on September 18, at the High School. They certainly took their medicine like men and got many an ungentle shock. l,We must say they were a "game" little gang of infantsl The party was served with punch and "ginger bread boy" cookies and lolypops as desert. Many enjoyed popping their playmates on the head with their lolypops, but this was one place where the old rule holds good: "It is far better to give than to re- ceive." Many went home with goose eggs on their heads. THE TRIP TO THE MOON Ah! If only our lips were not sealed against telling .what We did and saw on this marvelous trip on October 2. This little affair originated 'from the three different sides selling subscriptions to a number of magazines. Of course only one side could win, that being Milly 's. The others had to unite and furnish the transportation and supplies for the trip. NVe played many silly games but forgot "Post-Office" until it was too late. The party was served a grand banquet lunch consisting of "hard tack" and punch. UPPER-CLA SS PARTIES There was a "peppy" upper-class party staged at the High School Auditorium at Hollowe'en time, on -October 28. It was a costume affair, not a fancy dress ball, but nevertheless there were some of the latest and fanciest in costumes displayed that night. They played games until supper, having all the fun they could. The "College cut-ups" of the evening were Dick lVUueller or "Gub- ber, the Tramp," Dick Carmichael as "Lena, the Phoney Flapperf' Wilma Mueller as the "Village Vamp," and Iva Bailey as the "Sahara Shiekfl Side-line attractions were "Clubber and Lena" in their "mean" act and the Shiek and Sheba illustrating the latest in kisses. Dancing was enjoyed ia the "Ballroom" after refreshments were served. The Seniors returned the favor by entertaining the Juniors at a party on March 17, at the Dimmitt residence. The room was at- tractively decorated with shamrocks and green streamers. Games were played and dancing added interest to the party. All enjoyed watching their late colleagues perform the difficult feat of "Kissing the Blarney Stone." Refreshments of shamrock ice cream and cake were served. Page forty-.viz L " I LEWAIN 1926 L1 UNDERCLASS PARTIES "Come on, Ye Frosh, the Sophs-are entertaining tonight." The Freshmen Hooked to the High School on the evening' of November 8, to be guests at their first party. VVe know how they felt, we 've all gone through the mill. They were presented with dunce caps at the door and then dir- ected to the auditorium, where games were played. At 10 o'cloek the boys drew names for their supper partners and were served hot chocolate and pumpkin pie. Dancing was enjoyed the rest of the evening. But the Sophs declared the Fresh, being so green, did not know when they were having a good time. "Cupid's Frolicf' a party giien by the Frosh in honor of the Sophs, was held on February 13, at the residence of Myrvin Dimmitt. It was a very "hearty" aifairg a Valentine Party. The decorations consisted of Valentine novelties and red crepe paper used in various ways. Dancing was an important feature of the evening' and at succes- sive intervals clever little favors were passed out to the guests. These consisted first of Valentines containing' hats and fortunes. Then candy hearts were next, on which were numbers. In this way corresponding numbers became partners for supper. Just before supper materials for one Valentine were passed to each boy, who, after making them, presented them to his supper partner. After supper the prize waltz was held and was won by Marvel McKean and Paul Catling. ' ' KNOW " SCHOOL NIGHT This event was arranged December 4, so the parents and local public could come and get acquainted with the school and teachers. They were given the opportunity to see just what really mag'nifieent places our schools are, and where their children spend so much of their time. Guides were available to take the guests around and show and explain the buildings, equipment, etc. After the crowd had been taken through the buildings, all gathered in the Assembly room and were entertained with singing by Miss Douglass, and the chorus, and talks by the teachers. Page forty-.re en LEWAIN 1926 ,..3?sL.eT-f ..... 4- THE SENIOR CHRISTMAS PARTY Th Class of '26 was entertained by Miss Pitney, their Class Ad- visor, at her home on December 17. Every one of the Seniors was present and enjoyed himself. They played games, worked puzzles, and won prizes, and were served a very effective and tasty lunch. It. was very informal, and entertainment consisted to some degree of talk, due to the lack of space for action. Eveything was decorated in Xmas greenery, and all the Seniors "sported" brand new pencils with Xmas ribbons attached, at school the next day. THE CHRISTMAS TREE PROGRAM "Gee! I hope Santa doesn't forget me!" Gosh! I've been a dandy student lately, and he ought to treat me nice." All this on the morning before our Xmas Tree, which was held on December 21. The Seniors brought in the time-honored tree and decorated it in all style possible. In return they were entertained by the other classes who put on some very peppy and enjoyable num- bers. The Underclassmen were certainly good when the curtain was raised for their acts. Ask the Seniors, they know. When the show was over, in bounded Santa Claus fresh from the North Pole, and everyone was busy thereafter unwrapping his belongings. Everything from fancy garters to iioor waxers was in order for presents that afternoon. There happened to be none this year that received "fra- gile" gifts wrapped in packages requiring sledge hammers to open them. Page forty-eight 5333 'Q-71 L E W A I N l 9 2 6 THE JUNIOR PARTY Some of the members missed out on the best time of the year when they didn't come to the Valentine Party at Mr. and Mrs. Lemon's home. The living room was decorated with crimson and white hearts which incidently are the class colors as well as symbolic of Valen- tine's Day. Guests were received in keeping with the day by being intro- duced to the Queen and Princess of Hearts and given a souvenier photograph. A series of very interesting games of varying types followed in which points were earned for the prize. The jar of hearts brought out considerable variation in guesses at the number of hearts contained, and "Sally" Mueller proved the best guesser. Refreshments consisted of sandwiches, cake, jello with whipped cream, and punch, the class color scheme being observed in these as well. While doing justice to the food, the points were added up. Dick Carmichael had the highest numbler of points and earned a clever prize for his efforts. The evening ended with song. "GO 'l'O SCHOOL NIGHTH On the afternoon of March 5, school was dismissed early, with orders for all who could, to be present in the evening and attend the classes that had been arranged. Parents and friends were in- vited and in this way the parents and people of the town could see the students at work and observe how the classes are conducted. Afterward, assembly was called and entertainment was furnished by the chorus. Mr. Gannon entertained with several readings, which were very much enjoyed, judging by the applause. Last, but not least, "Smoky" Francis gave an exhibition of the Charleston, which brought down the house. Before the crowd dispersed, refreshments were served from the dining room. Page forty-nine v-4 LEWAIN 1926 gf-iig.---f n NE jg-- - :fs 1 . THE SENIOR BALL Say, Buddy, you should have been to the Senior Ball at N. B. H. S. Gymnasium on February 26. It was something to be remem- bered and the Seniors can be justly proud of such an undertaking and its success. Music was furnished by Dud Seiters orchestra and they have a "mean eye for musicfl Yes Sir! There were probably two hundred guests present who could not help but enjoy themselves. The decorations were very effective and were managed by Mary E. Pitney, Senior Class Advisor. They made a dream of a garden out of that building, doing it with Wisteria of lavendar and purple shades. Cherry blossoms of bright pink colors were tucked around in many places. Ferns, Wisteria and blossoms were hung in baskets 011 the walls, giving the finishing touch. The lights were shaded with Japanese lanterns. and with the vari-colored frocks of the dancers. the garden was a riot of rainbow colors. The musicians were placed in a woodland bower cf trees and shrubbery. Floor lamps and davenports added iten's of beauty and comfort for the guests. Punch and wafers were served from a little pagoda by dainty Japanese maids. and the Senior pennant held an honorable place above the booth. The patrons and patronesses were: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dimm- itt, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brasen. A THE JUNIOR PROM The Junior Prom was held April 29 at the N. B. H. S. gymnasium and was one of the important features of the year. The decorations consisted of fest-sons of cedar boughs, sword ferns, and the class colors in crimson and white crepe paper. Two crystal balls, with colored spot- lights playing on them, lent color to the scene. An illuminated "Wel- come" at the end of the hall, confronted the guests when they entered. Davenports and Hoor-lamps were placed around the walls for the benefit of the guests. Music was furnished by Warren Anderson's Orchestra. Punch and wafers were served to the guests. Patrons and patronesses were: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Diinmitt, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Glazier, and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lemon. Page fifty -iii- sjggifls ' - I L E W A I N I 9 2 6 Campus Day . ' 5. .. . t' . . . . 4 . ' s-.l.4, "Hello Tubby. Tomorrow is 'Tree Day.' Have you been after your giant tree yet? You have! Now isn't that too bad? Well, you can come along with me and help me drag mine in." The boys were two of the many of the student body that went through the process of gettin! their tree to plant on Clagg'ett's field. The afternoon of April 16 was looked forward to all week as it was declared a holiday from school work, but we were required to plant a tree for the good of our school. Before school time began to collect behind the school house and there were big trees of all species. Between classes the thoughtful students and gave their trees a drink to keep them from becoming too the trees and little went out thirsty. The weather was as nice a spring day as anyone could order and at one o'clock assembly was called where -orders were given to be followed that afternoon, The party was split into two factions. The ones with their trees went with Mr. Lemon to plant them, or to watch the process of them being planted, while the others who were "treeless" were a "clean-up" committee whose business was to see that things were straightened and picked up on the campus. It took some time to get all these trees planted and watered to satisfaction. Among those planted were: pine, cottonw-ood, dogwood, vine maple, silver maple, alder, fir and cascara. It was estimated that around forty trees were planted this year, some replacing ones that had died from last year and new ones being put in. Everyone worked with a real school spirit as the announcement was "no work-no eats." When the work of the day the Annual were taken consisting Annual Staff, Junior, Sophomore, declamation, debate, tennis, girls' ball groups. ba sketball, boys' basketball, was accomplished group pictures for of the campus picture, student body, and Freshman Class pictures, chorus, and foot- After all this the "big time" was on deck-the Campus Picnic, All adjourned to Camp Delight where the feast took place. After romping around, some enjoying a cold swim, others playing ball, etc., all were more than ready to do justice to the sandwiches, salad, cake, and lemonade. About six o'clock everybody was ready to go home, feeling happy that Campus Day had been a great success. Page fifty-one LEWNAIN l926 I fifgelg Jlfifg Page fifly-two Mount Si Here I stand, the silent sentinel, Slowly numbering history's pages, Guarding o'er Snoqualmie Valley As I have thru countless ages. Ye who rush thru life unheeding In your quest for wealth' and glory, Sometimes failing'-oft succeeding, Listen while I tell this story: Back in long forgotten ages- In the dim years long gone by, Once a mighty, virgin forest Reared its branches to the sky, From the distant hidden valleys, From the snow clad mountain peaks, Tumbling down thru rugged canyons, Rushed the noisy glacial creeks. Till they formed a mighty river Flowing on more peacefully. For time untold, I've stood above And watched its journey to the sea. Thru the cool and shady forests Thru the sunlit wooded glades, By the white man unmolested, Roamed the wild deer unafraid. Came the red men thru the valley. Pitched their tepees on the shoresg Living in a land of plenty From its guarded treasure stores. Not long after, came the white man With his axe and with his gung Leveled down the mighty forests Killed the deer off one by one. Hunted out my hidden treasures, Took my stores of wealth away, And I saw the wild life vanish With the forests, day by day, Harnessed up my mighty rivers, Bent their power to his will, With their axes sent my forests On their journey to the mill. I L L E W A I N 19 2 6 Turned his forest fires upon meg Spoiled a work of God's creationg Found a land as nature planned it, Left a path of desolation. Still I stand, the silent sentinel, Slowly numbering history's pagesg Guarding o'er Snoqualmie Valley As I have thru countless ages. L. B.C Picture-? A flash of feet in the ancient street, A flare of color and a glance divine- Y-ou feel a catch of the heart strings, Like the taste of rare old, wine!- Two black eyes in demure surprise, Set in an oval glowing faceg Hair that flashes in ripples, Covered with a mantilla of lace. A fleeting glance of hot romance, The smile of a scarlet mouth- A picture bright that leaves with you A flaring memory of the South. -K. N. S. Page fifly-three LEWAIN 1926 g. --fl ...Magi-,,,s,' Sept Sept. Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Page School Calendar 8. School opened. Same teachers, same place, same kids. 10. Classes organized. Class officers elected. '11. Political Crisis. First student body meeting. Juniors carried the day. H 18. All-School mixer. How shocked the Frosh were. 19. 25. Football game at Sultan. Cljractiee gamell 0-49g Sultan. Football game at Foster. CPractice gamej 60-01 N, B. 2. Secrecy! Adventure! Thrills! Trip-to-the-Moon Party. 91 Football game with Kent. CPracticej 14-12g North Bend. 16. Scheduled football game with Issaquah. Score 7-6g N. B. 23. Football game with Kirkland. Score 32-6g Kirkland. Dick Carmichael made 60-yard run and touchdown. 26. Lloyd Sallee entered school and Milly strutted her stuff. 28. Football game with Redmond. Fred suffered fracture of "external lateral ligament" in finger. 7-0g N. B. 29-30. W. E. A. Conference at Tacoma-result. vacation. 6. Football game with Snoqualmie. 28-01 Snoqualmie. Sen- ior Play, "Kentucky Belle". 8. Frosh-Soph. party given by Sophs. 19. Football game with Bothell. 12-01 Bothell. 19. First debate, at Meridian. North Bend won. 21. Practice football game with Alumni. 13-01 Alumni. 10. Carl Hupp re-entered school. 11. Chautauqua. "Spontaneous, splendiferous gush of old fa- miliar errors." 16. Miss Pitney gave party for the Seniors. 17. Debate with Bellevue. North Bend won. P 18. First basketball game, with Snoqualmie. 60-83 Snoqualmie. 21. Seniors went after Xmas tree. Hint to Seniors '27: Take the whole day oft. 22. Basketball game with Fall City. 36-21g North Bend. 23 1 . Xmas program. As usual the Sophs excelled at this. 24. Beginning of vacation. 31. Practice basketball game with Bothell. 49-12: Bothell. fifty-four Cut-Ups LLWAIN 19265 -fjg,,,m' ,EL ,fs .g Jan. 4. Jan. 7. Jan. 8. Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 23. Jan. 25. Jan. 28. Jan. 29. Feb. 2. Feb. 5. Feb. 8. Feb. 12 Feb. 17. Feb. 19. Feb. 25. Feb. 26. Mar. 1. Mar. 5. Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 26 Apr. 4. Apr. 8. Apr. 9. Apr. 10 Apr. 16 Page fifty- .TLT End of vacation. Last girls' basketball game with Issaquah. 54-115 N. ll. Boys' basketball game .with Duvall. 21-165 N. B. Basketball game with Tolt. 25-165 N. B. Girls' game with Duvall. 65-5g N. B. Foster debate. We lost. Girls' game with Fall City. 38-89 N. B. Semester exams. Boys' game with Issaquah. 27-25g Issaquah. Seniors had pictures taken. Semester elections. Juniors again ruled Student Body. Girls' game with Tolt. 10-9g Tolt. Oh, what a game! 6 Basketball game with Snoqualmie. Second team did the impossible and beat them 12-9. First team lost 27-36. Frosh-or someone-took Senior Oyster Pennant. Boys' basketball game with Issaquah. 23-139 Issaquah. Boys' game with Fall City. 36-135 North Bend. Euna Young entered school. Seniors exhumed pennant from new-made grave. Boys' game with Duvall. 24-21g North Bend Vaccinations for everybody. No hopes for a girls' basket- ball pennant survived this. Blanche Thaldorf re-en- tered. Boys' game with Tolt. 24-14g North Bend. First team took second place in Upper Valley league. Debate with Kent. N. B. got decision. Senior Ball. It was fairy-land all right. Annual drive started. Go-to-School night. Boys' game with Bothell. Second team won Valley title. Frosh Waflie luncheon. Jr.-Sr. party at Dimmitt's. Junior Operetta, "Princes Chrysanthemum". Vacation. Soph's chicken dinner. Declamation Contests. Milly took secondg Lloyd first. Carl Hupp's "Marmon" entered school. Typing Contest. No winners. Declamation Contests. Milly won third. Campus Day. What We Do Page fif . L P. WA I N 19 26 5- -'ilu .i e .- ..,,Qgjl.igfj Apr. Apr. A pr. A pr. Miay M a y May Jun e June June June June June 6. 17. Penmanship and Spelling Contests. Lost out on these, too. 20. Sneak Day. Ask the Juniors about those chicken sand- wiches l Um-um I 23. Declamation Contests. Lloyd took second in King Co. 30. Snoqualmie baseball game. ll-83 Snoqualmie. 7. 'l'olt baseball garne. 1-L. Facility play, "A Full House". 28. All-Hi Operetta, L"l'he Gypsy Rover". 4. Alumni Banquet. Baccalaureate. 7. Exams and torture. 8. Another day of torture. 9. Class Day. Commencement. ll. Picnic. Page fifty-eight 1' l -'L ..r- 4jI"1-i gLElVVAIN 1926 LEWAIN ADVER TISEMENTS PAY WANTED-One female passenger for my Ford Coupe-Must be in good condition. Apply Sandy Scott. FOR SALE-One Davenport and one Ford coupe fnew modell. Am go- ing out of business. Fred Daigneault. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN- A perfectly good fellow. When last seen wore patent leather hair, black eyes, and green lumberjack. Return to P. O. WANTED-A position writing love letters. Lloyd Sallee. FOR SALE-One slightly used coffin. The Seniors. H FOR HIRE-One ton of prestige. The Juniors. LOST-A passenger fVivianJ. If found, return to H. Maloney. FOR SALE-One lisp-dirt cheap. Dan MacFadden. 'VERY MUCH DESIRED-A date. Inquire Euna Young. PRETTY NEARLY LOS'T-Next year's sneak day--by the Sophsl office girl for Dimmitt. on how to pack a friend's car. WANTED-A new 1927. Mr. L. M. WANTED--A book all his girls into Bob Schaefer. WANTED-To buy a calm dispo- sition. Blanche Thaldorf. FOR SALE-6 gal. cans "Lemon"- ade. Inquire at football field -or at gym during practice peri-ods. FOR SALE-One wad of chewing gum. Preserved with great care. A great relic at a tremendous sac- riHce. Iris Germain. FOR SALE-A good High School Diploma. Ray Francis. GOING ro HAVE-A pieasait va- LOST-A heart to J. V. 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