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Page 11 text:
NORMAN .UDAMS-V-Snioker 3, 4: "Mystery of the Third
Gab1e": "Step on It, Stan!" production staff.
PEGGY ANlES4Girls' Club President 4: Social Chair-
man 4: Board of Control Representative 2: Class
Treasurer 1: All High Play l, 2, 4.
DON BAKER-Honor Society 2. 3: Track Manager
2. 4: All High Play 1. 4: "Step on It, Sta1i!"1
"Mystery of the Third Gable": Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT BYRON!-IR--Valedictorian: S. A, A. Treasurer 2:
Class President 1: President of Lettermeirs Club 4: Honor
Society 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Track 3, 4: "Step on It,
Stan!": "Mystery of the Third Gable."
l'lLIZABE'l'll BRIANT-Glee Club 41 Librarian 4.
ALICE I'ARLSON--Salutatorian: Honor Society 2, 3.
4: Calyx Typist 4: Librarian 1, 3, 4.
BVI-ZLYN C.U',iNAl'uIlY Honor Society 2, 3, 4: All High
IDWAYNB IMLY' Entered from Glenwood High
School in '36: In Glenwood, Baseball, 2, 3: In
Selah, Baseball 4: All High Play 1, 4: "In Old
MARIAN ENGl.l'Nli 'Secretary of Girls' Club 2: All
High Play 2: Honor Society 2: Library 4.
l'.H'l,lNl'I IGNGNIAN-Pep Club 4: Calyx 4: All High Play
1, 2, 4: "Step on It, Stan!": "Mystery of the Third Gable."
l.l'l'Il,I,I-1 ENll5IAN-- Class Secretary 2: All High Play
2: Fruitspur Typist 4: Calyx Typist 4: Tennis 1
2, 3, 4.
WILFRI-JD lfARl,liY-A--T1-ack 3, 4: All High Play 4.
"Step on It, Stan!" production staff.
lil-IORGE lil-IRDl'IS- Entered from Yakima Senior High
IIERNIAN GARIQIS- "'Mystery of the Third Gable"
LOIS GRAYfEntered from Winsicle, Nebraska, in
'36: In Winside, Vice President of G. A. A. 2, 3:
Junior Play: Orchestra 3: In Selah, Glee Club.
AVIS IIARTNIAN--Entered from Mooreland, Oklahoma: In
Mooreland. Class President l: Orchestra: Band: Operetta
3: In Selah, All High Play.
I-ILSIE .IAHNKI-I-Calyx 2: Honor Society 3, 4: "Step
on It, Stan!": Calyx typist 4: Librarian 4.
DONALD JOHNSON---Secretary of Boys' Club 4:
Fruitspur Humor Editor 4: Track 4: Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4: All High Play 4.
JOYCE JOHNSTON-Fruitspur Art Editor 4: Fruitspur
Feature 3: Entertainment Chairman Girls' Club 2, 4.
l,0l'lSl-I -lOHNSONYGlee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Librarian 42
Fruitspur Advertising Crew 3: "In Old Vienna."
MAXINI-1 JOHNSON- 'Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Librarian
3, 4: A Capella Choir 3.
Page 10 text:
A Graduating Class9s lldyssey
AMES make 11ews, even as names from '37 class books have made history. The seniors
will have left only bodily, for each personality will leave something of its individuality to echo through
the halls of Selah High-so1neone's jaunty comebacks, someone 's laugh, someone's gayety. Irradiated,
these inimitable traits have added something to our school which will remain forever.
Freshmen activities were directed by Bud Burgner, tallied by Marian Englund, paid for through
Peggy Ames. Bill Longmire transmitted freshmen ideas to the B. O. C.
The next year, Jeanne Brown beguiled the majority of presidential votes. Lucille Engman kept
notes and Glenn Phillips sowed the seeds of later economic achievement, while Peggy Ames looked
out for sophomore interests at B. O. C. meetings.
ln that same year, the class of '37 was first swept into political prominence when, through
S. A. A. vice-president Jack McNamara, S. A. A. treasurer Bud Burgner, basketball manager Bob
Milne, representative Peggy Ames, they captured four out of the thirteen B. O. C. seats.
Girls looked toward Leona Tyrrell and Marian Englund as leaders whose efficiency benefited
the Girls' Club through their respective offices of vice-president and secretary.
As juniors, class meetings, more serious in motive than former gatherings, were made progres-
sive by Al Kloster's energetic leadership. Star slugger Curdele Lloyd stood ready to step into Al's
shoes, Phyllis Longmire concentrated her daintiest chirography on the minutes, and Glenn Phillips
doled out junior earnings for junior activities. Curdele occupied the seat in the B. O. C. reserved for
junior representative. e
Jack and Bud exchanged S. A. A. offices that year, Bob Milne continued to manage basketball
affairs, and Jeanne Brown registered B. O. C. actions.
Phyllis Longmire became mistress of finance for the Girls' Club, Louis Tyrrell the chancellor
of the exchequer for the Boys' Club.
The Junior-Senior banquet, nautical in motive and entertaining in program was an achievement
of effort and ingenuity on the part of the class of '37,
Liberal-minded Ralph Seibly presided over senior class meetings. Bill Longmire shouldered the
job of vice-prexy, and Joyce Johnston kept the official pencil moving. Senior class treasurer became
a side-line for Glenn Phillips, who signed away S. A. A. funds at the direction of the B. O. C.
The class of '37 retained its B. O. C. prestige through Glenn, Jack, as Fruitspur editor, Louis
Tyrrell, who was elected S. A. A. president, Bob Milne, as basketball manager, Evelyn Relyea, as
S. A. A. secretary, and Peggy Ames, who saw that the student body was well entertained every Friday.
Al Kloster perspired through a year of Boys' Club presidency, Peggy Ames led Girls' Club ac-
tivities, and Jack McNamara re-animated the Honor Society in his presidential administration. Bob
Burgner directed Boys' Club work through Lettermen 's Club presidency.
Selah High basketball was kept going through the prowess of long-armed Louis Tyrrell, fast-
stepping Ralph Seibly, Bud Burgner, Al Kloster and Curdele Lloyd. Leona Tyrrell, Lucille Engman,
Tom Ward, and Bob Milne, were responsible for many a victory for Selah on the tennis courts.
Outstanding in politics, dramatics, athletics, music, the seniors, although departing, are leav-
ing through their own personal efforts, honor and achievement to Selah High.
Page 12 text:
LORETTA KLIYNDT-Entered from Franklin Junior High
in '35: At Franklin, Orchestra 1: Librarian l.
PHYLLIS LONGMIRI-I-Girls' Club Treasurer 3: Class
Secretary 3: Calyx 1: Orchestra 2, 3.
BILL LONGMIRE-Board of Control Representative
1: B. O. C. Pep Club Representative 3: Class Vice
President 4: All High Play 4.
CURDELE LOYD-President of Lettermen's Club 3: Class
Vice President 3: Board of Control Representative 3:
A11 High Play 3, 4: "And It Rained": Captain Baseball
Team 3: Basketball 3.
TRAVIS LYON-Smoker 2, 4: "In Old Vienna" pro-
GENEVIEVI-I Mc-LAIYGHLIN-Entered from Parshall.
North Dakota, in '36.
JACK M1-NAMARA-Fruitspur Editor 4: Vice-President of
S. A. A. 2: Treasurer of S. A. A. 3: Assistant Fruitspur
Editor 3: President Honor Society 4: Debate 2: Calyx 2:
All High Play 3.
LEONARD MANSEN-Glee Club 2, 3: Orchestra 3.
ROBERT MILNE-Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4: Secretary-
Treasurer of L.ettermen's Club 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 4:
Fruitspur Snaps 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: "Mystery of the Third
Gable": "Step on It, Stan!"
DOROTHY MONTGOMERY-Entered from Ulysses,
Nebraska, in '36: In Ulysses, Dramatics 2: Pep Club
2: All High Musical: In Selah, "Step on It, Stan!"
HELEN MONTGOMERY-Entered from Alturas, Call-
fornla: In Alturas, President of Pep Club 3: War-
hoop Staff 3: Junior Play 3: In Selah, Calyx Echo
4: "Step on It, Stan!"
HOWARD MONTGOMERY-Entered from Alturas, Califor-
nia: In Alturas, Class President 3: Senior Play: In Selah,
Tennis Manager 4: Pep Club 4: "Step on It, Stan!"
ROY NEEDHAM-All High Play 3, 4: "Mystery of the
DEL ODMAN-A Capella Choir: "In Old Vienna": "Mystery
of the Third Gable."
THEODORA PATRICK-Librarian 4: All High Play 2,
4: "In Old Vlenna": "Mystery of the Third Gable."
RUSSELL PETERSON-Orchestra 2, 3.
ELLEN SCHERER-Entered from Lower Naches in '35: Sa-
lutatorlan: Fruitspur Business Manager 4: Debate 4:
"Mystery of the Third Gable": "Step on It, Stan!": Honor
Society 3, 4: All High Play 4.
CECIL RINGSTAD-Pep Club 1, 2: Honor Society 2:
"Mystery of the Third Gab1e": Tennis 4.
EVELYN RELYEA-Secretary of S. A. A. 4: "And It
Rained": "Mystery of the Third Gable."
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