Reardan High School - Warwhoop Yearbook (Reardan, WA)

 - Class of 1954

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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY lContsnuecll On the mornsng of September 8 I953 we start d our sensor year Pat Ksnservsck dscl not enroll for tnss year Lloyd Tremer enlssted sn the Asr Force at the end of the fsrst semester tlus reducsng our numbers to twenty The fssst sensor actsvsty of the year was the electron of offscers The followsng were elected Pressdent Bruce Tramm Treasurer John Schultz Vsce Pressdent Norman F s Councsl Rep Paul Carsten Secretary Ervsn Chrsstens n Annual Rep Ronald Walther Class advssor Mr Wssclom The fsrst socsal event of the year was tne Fr shman Instsatson Each freshman was requsred to wear a green hat for four days prsor to the snstsatson whsch was held on the evensng of Sept 25 The fresnm n came dressed sn costumes representsng radso characters Prszes were awarded to the freshmen showsng the best sportsmanshsp Followsng tl'e snstsatson was a dance sn the gymnassum Refreshments were served later sn the evensng The sensor play was presented on the evensngs of March I8 and I9 The name of the play The Lsttle Dog Laughed was coached and dsrected by Mr Delbert Stell ses Fsfteen students from the class were chosen to be sn the play The play was a grand success The sprsng actsvstses Included the S nsor day Career day at Wslbur the Junsor Sensor Prom and the parents banquet for the sensors SENIOR CLASS WILL JOANN TIERNEY wslls her good grades to Lesoy Remnsess JOHN SCHULTZ wslls hss nsckname Smsley to Norman Clouse and to Lane Dahlsn GEORGE CARSTENS wslls hss quset rranners to Carol Lyncn and Jack Lavenaer JANET MCDOWELL wslls her mussc obslstses among others to Joanne Weyen and a Hannsng TOMMY ROGERS wslls hss abslsty to get along wsth Mr Restz to Marson Wendlandt MARGARET HANNING wslls her bottle of Tafon to Lsndo Schultz PAUL CARSTENS wslls hss school books to Gerald Franson and Lyle Davss ANN VVHIPPLE wslls her msschsevous ways to Donna Paul and to Marson Pryor BRUCE TRAMM wslls hss msddle names to Carol Halverson I-Iesds Schmstt and o a Hoffman JOAN MEYER wslls her sersousness to Clsfford Carstens PATSY HESLIN wslls her abslsty to debate to Marsanne Remmers GERALD BROMMER wslls hss good naturedness to Lorrasne Edgerton CLAUDIA BULL wslls her fsrtatsous ways to Shsrley Gardsner ROBERT HEADINGTON wslls hss way wsth the teachers to Wsnnse Lou Puls SHIRLEY MADISON wslls her danc ng abslsty to Claudsa Stuthest NORMAN FIESS wslls hss football unsform to Jsm Clayton and hss school gsrl fsgure to Joyce Heldstao ERVIN CHRISTENSEN wslls hss many gsrl frsends to Paul Johnson RONNIE WALTHER wslls hss hot rod to Rschard Headsngton and hss lsttle black date book t Don Bauer DONALD KELSO wslls hss technscal vocabulary to Msckey Hadley and Ed Godwsn Theres enough to go around Io the Junsors we Sensors most proudly present our U S Hsstory books Treat em well theyre sust about worn out To the Sophomore Class we gsve our good conduct sn classes We wsll our obedsence to do everythsng that ss requsrcd of us to the Freshmen To the Rearclan Hugh School Student Body the Sensors most humbly present as a token of hsghest esteem four hundred torty yards of blue cheesecloth ' - ' ies A , s ELSIE RHOADS wills her good study liabtts to Ed Brommer and Joy Rutter. . . . , . . I s . P f ' . . . . I . . . I To L I . o .

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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY On The mornrng o QSFDTETTTOEJ O T950 Twentyfrve nervous Frosh entered The hallowed halls ot Reardcrw Hrgh School The tollowrng new members John Englrsh Bob T-leadrngton Shrrley Tladrson Ra sy l-Teslrn Ervrn Chrrstensen Betty Chrrstensen Elsre Rhoads Claudrne Rhoads and Marrorre Frelos rorned our class Mary Ellen Edwaros rorned our class on October TO but soon wrthdrew John Englrsh also wrthdrew at The end ot The Trrst semester Ofhcers tor The year were Presrdent Joan Meyer Treasurer Claudra Bull Vrce Rresrdent Janet McDowell Councrl Rep John Schultz Secretary JoAnn Trernex Advrsor Mr Wertz On The evenrng oT Sept 25 the senrors rnrtrated us but we had Tun lust The sam ln T e sprrng we gave The senrors a return party On The mornrng of September -1 T951 we entered Reardon Hrgh School as Sophomores Two ot our members Betty Chrrstensen and Marlorre Frelds drd not enroll Rat Krnservrclc and Ann Whrpple enrolled as new members As rn The prevrous year about Ten ot The Sophomore boys partrcrpated rn The varrous sports The F F A rudgrng team consrstrng ot George Carst ns Bruce Tramm Tom Rogers and Ronald Walther went To Portland To rudge or Tne Pacrhc Internatronal Lrvestock Show The Sophomore class party was held on The evenrng of March 7 The evenrng was spent rn square dancrng Mr Vrrgrl Rux called The dances Otfrcers Tor The year were Rresrdent Robert Headrngton Treasurer Margaret Hannrng Jrce Presrdent Elsre Rhoads Councrl Rep Norman Fress Secretary Donald Kelso Annual Rep Ronald Walther On The mornrng ot September 9 T932 we entered Tre doors ot Reardon Hugh School as Junrors Berng upper classmen we felt very proud of ourselves Lloyo Tremer was added To ou numbers b T durrng the year Tre Tollowrng dropped out Sandra Trbbet Claudrne Rhocrds ana Eddy Rrpe Nearly all The lunror boys partrcrpated rn atnletrcs Thrs year John Schultz and Bruce Tramm recerxed lonorable mentron rn The Treld of basketball John Schultz was grven a place on The trrst lrve All Star Basketball Team durrng The Drstrrct play off Bruce Tramm recerved a place on The second Trve Three boys from The runror class were on The rudgrng Team namely Raul Carstens Gerald Brommer and John Schultz These boys made an excellent record at The Portland lnternatronal Lrvestoclc Show The mann actrvrty ot tle year was The Junror class play entrtled Love ls In The Arr The play drrected oy Mr Lrzee was recerved most favorably Starrway to The Stars was The Tl em ot our Junror Senror Prom The gym was decorated garly Tor Thrs occasron Eacn guest was provrded wrtn a memory book The Tabl s were covered wrth whrte paper and rn TTT center there were srlver stars wrth angel harr around The bottom Tormrng a base for Tne sta s Musrcal numbers rnter spersed The Toasts prophecy and wrll S rvers were from the sophomore class Musrc was Turnrshed by the Lefvrs and Clark orchestra JoAnn Trerney was charrman for the Prom Offrcers Tor Thrs year were Rresrdent Elsre Rhoads Treasurer Janet McDowell Vrce Rresrdent JoAnn Trerney Councrl Rep Patsy Heslrn Secretary Bruce Tramm Annual Rep Ronald Walther Class advrsor Mrs Lrzee ' ' rl . A 1 - , . 1 . U . I 1 I . . I . I f A ' I X . , - . , . . I I , n . . . . .. . S , . , rr ' T , l l , - n r A E 9 , , , . . H , ., . , , r A X. . . . . Class advisors Mr, Ross, lvlr. Lizee ,f C, T , r I 1 - A T r , u " ., r ' , . ' , ' " ' L ' r. I l E' A f X! I I ' T r . 1 e T - . , . . . , . ., , e ' ' f' ' re ' " , X , A . , F , , -



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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY It was IIT the year of T964 when one day the guardIan angel of the class of 54 looked and saw Mr WIsdoIn standIng besIde a wIshIng well She heard hIm wIsh that he could fund out what happened to the members of the class of 54 The angel flew down and volunteered heI help to lIm ThIs IS what she told MI Wlsdom TOM ROGERS lS now a paItneI of Arthur Murray As a hobby he makes a new type of steel shoes for women CLAUDlA BULL has completed her nurses traInIng and IS now head scrub woman at the new Reardon HospItal PAUL CARSTENS IS now a doctor of psychIatry He even has hIs own couch He says DIS best customer IS hImself GERALD BROMMER IS really busy these days He IS the owner of Brommers Better Mousetrap Co When he Isnt busy runnIng the bustness hes tryIng out new baut JOANN TIERNEY IS really IIT her career She has set many records as furst woman let pIlot NORMAN FIESS has become the famous boogIe woogue composer of the world Hrs head quarters are ID POVIS SHIRLEY MADISON has her own garage and SGFVICG statIon She s really Interested IH thIs type of work JOHN SCHULTZ has a bIg ranch but as a sIdelIne he WFITGS artIcles for ESQUIVS tItled How Smtles Can Help You PATSY HESLIN IS secretary and Interpreter to the MexIcan ambassador They get along real well' ID the SalvatIon Army Band BOB HEADINGTON IS head of the ChemIstry department at Vassar College He lIkes hIs rob because he lrkes chemIstry JANET MCDOVVELL really gets around She IS an aIrlIne stewordess wIth a route between Reardon and New York ERVIN CHRISTENSEN IS certamly busy these days HIS busIness IS rarsnng and sellmg them to fleas ELSIE RHOADS has taken over the water commIssIoners Iob and IS now seedIng the clouds wIth her new aIrplane BRUCE TRAMM IS now IU AfrIca He read about a chIef who had a hundred WIVSS and It was legal so he quIckly departed for the Congo ANN WHIPPLE IS edItor of her own newspaper Gan Gazette whIch she started ID T956 She IS doIng real well as she has already sold ten copres GEORGE CARSTENS has an Important 'ob at the WhIte House He emptIes the wastepaper basket for the l3VGSIdGl'lT DONALD KELSO had an unhappy love affaIr and IS tryIng to COITHTIIT suIcIde by teachung CLTEUWISTVY at Reardan HIgh School MARGARET HANNING has a rapIdly IITCVGCISIHQ busmess She has a home for old teachers RONALD WALTHER IS now employed full tIme at Trout Valley However hIs dUll6S have changed He now sells super fIshworms HIs wlsh havIng come true Mr WIsdom Ieturned to hIs huge mansIon at the edge of Reardan where he has retIred from teachtng JOAN MEYER is a member of a great symphony orchestra. She plays the tuba

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