The Dalles Wahtonka High School - Steelhead Yearbook (The Dalles, OR)

 - Class of 1951

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JENSEN MARY RETTIE QQ S English A i X Dramatics Librarian ,6"" 1,2 dj 23 Soda! cience MARGARET GATES Social Science Study MR. BETSCHART Gets Ready for His Morning Lecture. MARJORIE PETERSEN GLENN BETSCHART American History TILLICUM 24 Social Economics String Ensemble MISS NX'HlTCOMB shows studcms how to "fire" pottery in the new kiln. FI TCIENE QUADE A lgcbra Photography Gcncrzll Science HELEN XWHITCOMB as Y N Wa fAemafic5 an .Ari Algebra Geometry Art 25 TOM JOHNSON Shop pkyfiica glclucafion JAKE LEICHT .stfkwa . -5 t p, 5, 4 ' - A Head Football Coach Physical Education Health Y, AL checks on game schedule. 3, EDWARD NEWCOMER I QURT BUTTERFIELD Assistant Football Co ch Biology Health papoose Coach Baseball Coach Health Mathematics Physical Education Track Coach ,rg 26 -IAKI2 AND LETHA smile :ts they reach a solution to the over populated gym classes-lzistcx walls. LETHA WARD Girls' Physical Education Girls' Intramural Sports TED SARPOLA Head Basketball Coach 27 ALVIN UNRUH Athletic Director Driver Training cience WILLIAM PERKINS ogy 5 in-S-,, , 31- Physics Chemistry General Science PERKINS gives a few pointers to his "chem" class EDWARD NEWCOMER Biology Health Assistant Football Coach Head Baseball Coach 28 r ASIHZR mimi the boyy t.1lk about soil Lonserxxizion X 1 h'xh FNID BOLTON ills... AUOLFH'SCHUCHTlNG Bookkeeping General Business Shorthand Typing Student Bank , , 3- N. ,Q M' . 'I Typing , V xy Shorthand X, 1 ' 2 X ,ii f 29 ELVIN ASHER Agriculture 0l'I'll'l'lQl'C2 an oca fiona DORIS CATOR Home Economics ,pv- 'U' 5 fm' 'Wim U LLJLC WILLIAM SIEVERS Band Choir MR. SIEVERS likes what he hears GLENN BETSCHART String Ensemble Social Economics ,gb iffy. A-gs 8 N mf, S 'vm .Q Q nr g iw if "1ff,g',i? V bww A Im '...a .K sf' ,sn .wx an Us-av Q If sf 1' wfsf SM-' at . ph L., Ke E ,, f X if 1 ll W .,. aj" . 5? Jenks J4. 5. JZ Em jzmejfer -I. XV. XVOOTXVINF Vice-President MARILYN LUNDELL Secretary ALICE RIANDA Treasurer 32 BART CLEMENTS President icerri QCON, ,SZWL Q5 fel' DOUG WRAY BOB TAYLER President MY RA GRAHAM Treasurer 33 Vice-president ARLINE HENDRICKS Secretary SECOND SEMESTER .gzwlenf Counci FIRST SEMESTER 5-wvma-'m md K: 'A 51 . ff Nr. f. 'J'-6'L f X . if 4: -Q6 QR' .eh QAM MARY BLACK ' 1 Class Treasurer 23 G. A. A. 1, 2g Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, Thespians 3, 4g Play Committee Chairman 33 Steelhead 4, Tillicum 3, jr. Prom Committee 33 Band 1, 2, Rally Squad 43 Quill 8: Scroll 4. DORIS BRILES Class Secretary 43 Booster Bugle Sergeant 3, 43 Booster Council 3, 4. HARRIET BROCK Transfer Missoula, Montana 23 Boosters 43 Yell Squad 3g Steelhead 3, 43 Steelhead Art Editor 3, 45 Senior Guidance Day 3g Quill 8: Seroll 4. JANET BRUMBAUGH F. H. A. 1, 2, F. H. A. Representative 25 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4g G. A. A. Play Day 43 Boosters 3, 4, Booster Historian 33 Booster Council 33 Thespians 3, 4g Class Play 3, 4g Senior Guidance Day 3, jr. Prom Committee 3. effgfffzl l N -. x, eniorfi LARRY ANDERSON Class Play 3g Jr. Prom Committee 39 Papoose Basketball lg Track Team 4, J. V. Baseball 3. JOAN BAMBAUER Transfer Seattle, Washington 33 Ushers 3: G. A. A. 3, 4g Boosters 3, 4, jr. Red Cross Council 3, Jr. Red Cross Secretary 3, jr. Prom Com- mittee 3g Senior Guidance Day 3. PAT BENNETT Band 23 jr. Prom Committee 33 Play Com- mittee 3g Boosters 3. RICHARD BERTRAM Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, "D" Club l, 2. i 4 RICHARD BURCH ' - 'd 4, Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice presi ent Student Council 4, Tillicum 2, 3, 4, Tillicum Editor 41 Class Play 3, Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Quill 8: Scroll Vice-president 4, QI. V. Basket- ball 33 Papoose Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, "D" Club 4, Yell Squad 1, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3. GENE BYERS Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Band 4, Tennis 3, 4, F. F. A. 4. OCTAVIA CARTER 2 FH A12'G A.A,l,2,3,4, Ushers,..,,,. 4 Booster Twirler Sergeant 4, Boosters 3, 5 Class Princess 2, Jr. Prom Committee gl Sr Guidance Day 3. HAROLD CLARK ' C 3, jr Prom Commit- Tennis 3, 4, Stage rew , tee 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Choir Vice-president 4. 'Wx ls BART CLEMENTS S B 4 Class President 3' Class Repre- A. . . , ,, sentative 2, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Thes pians 3, 4, Thespian Play 4: Class Play 3, Jr. Red Cross Council 2, 3, jr. Prom Com- . fl V ' e 3' Choir 4' Varsity Basketball 4, J. mitte 3, , Basketball 2, 3, Papoose Basketball lg Varsity Baseball 2, Yell Squad l, 2. ROGER COOK d R' er Oregon 3' Tillicum 4, Transfer Hoo iv , ,, Varsity Football 3, Papoose Football 3. GORDON COOMANS Football 4' Papoose Basketball lg Varsity . Varsity Baseball 2, "D" Club 4, AI. V. Base- ball 3, Class Play Committee 3: Chairman 3, Senior Guidance Day 3, jr. Prom Committee 3. ELLEN DARTT Transfer Portland, Oregon 33 Class Secretary 3' Ushers Secretary 3, G. A. A. 3: Yell Squad ' ' ' s 3. , 4, jr. Prom Committee 3. Class Princes , MARILYN EMERSON F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. President 43 F. H. A. Vice-president 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 jr. Prom Committee 3. DALE FULKERSON Class President 3, Class Treasurer 33 Student Council 33 Jr. Prom Committee 3. PAT FULTON Transfer Wasco, Oregon 23 Booster Quarter- master 43 G. A. A. 3, 43 G. A. A. Play Day 4g Boosters 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4g Thespian Play 33 'Ihespian Chairman 33 Class Play 33 Play Committee Chairman 3g Tillicum 3, 43 Tillicum Business Manager 43 Quill 8: Scroll 4, Senior Guidance Day 33 Office 33 Jr. Prom Committee 33 Carnival Committee Chairman 3, 43 Stage Crew 3. LEONARD GARDNER Jr. Prom Committee 33 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir Vice-president 33 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Papoose Football 1, 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43 "D" Club 3, 43 Tomahawks 1. en iam LOIS DELANO G, A. A. 1, 23 National Honor 2, 3, 43 Choir 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Mixed Quartet 43 Girls Trio 33 Triple Trio 33 String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble Librarian 1, 2, 33 String Trio 2, 33 Music In May 3. DONNA DOHM Transfer St, Mary's 23 F. H. A. Treasurer 23 F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. Representative 2g F. H. A. Musician 33 Boosters 3, 43 Booster Color Sergeant 3, 43 Booster Vice-president 43 Booster Council 3, 43 jr. Prom Committee 3. ROBERTA DORSEY Class Treasurer 13 Bank Receiving Teller 33 F. H. A. District Chairman 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Sports Manager 43 G. A. A. Play Day 1, 43 National Honor 3, 43 National Honor Vice-president 43 Boosters 3, 4, jr. Red Cross Council 2, 43 Jr. Red Cross Vice- president 23 Senior Guidance Day 3g Football Usher 2g Jr. Prom Committee 3g Carnival Committee Chairman 3, 43 Student Council Regional Meeting 4. JIM ELLETT Tomahawks 1, 23 Papoose Football 33 Track Team 43 Fire Squad 13 Stage Crew 13 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE GEISZLER Class Play Chairman 33 jr. Prom Committee 33 "D" Club 43 Football Manager 43 Track Manager 3, 4. JOANN GIST Class Secretary 3g F. H. A. 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. L. S. 43 G. A.-A. Tumbling Team 3g Boosters 3, 43 Senior Guidance Day 33 Thespians 3, 43 Class Play 33 Football Usher 1, 23 Office 33 Choir 4. BEVERLY GOODWIN G. A. L. S. 43 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Play Day G. A. A. 43 Boosters 43 Triple Trio 33 Thes- ians 3 4 Thespian Play 4' Class Play Chair P , 1 , ' man 3g Jr. Prom Committee 33 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir Librarian 3. BILL GRIFFITHS Class Secreta 2 Choir 4' Varsi Football 3 fY S , fY , 43 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Papoose Basket- ball 1, 23 "D" Club, 3, 43 Yell Squad 23 "D" Club Vice-president 4. . 5. A X9 DNP' eniom RICHARD HAAS Track Team 3, 43 Papoose Football 1, 2, 3g Varsity Football 33 Boys Tumbling Team 3, 43 Tomahawks 1, 23 F. A. A. Reporter 23 Jr. Prom Committee 3. JERRY HARRIS Class Representative 4g Student Council 43 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 "D" Club 2, 3, 43 Yell Squad 43 String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4g String Quartet 23 String Trio 2, 3, 43 Northwest Music Conference 2, 43 Music in May Festival 1, 2, 3, 43 jr. Prom Committee 3g Talent Show Chairman 43 Choir 43 Boys' Glee Club 4. DOSS HAUG Thespians 33 Steelhead 43 jr. Prom Committee 33 Fire Squad 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 3. BONNIE HIATT F. H. A. 13 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters 3, 43 Class Play 35 Jr. Prom Committee 33 Thes- plans 3, 4. .. QQQI , iii. K. JOE IRBY Class Vice-president 45 Student Council 3, 45 National Honor 3, 45 National Honor Repre- sentative 45 F. F. A. 1, 25 Thespians 3, 45 Thes- pian Vice-president 45 Thespian Play 45 Class Play 35 Senior Guidance Day 35 Jr. Prom Committee 35 Band 3, 45 Band Treasurer 45 Band Representative 3. VIRGINIA JOHNSON Ushers 25 F. H. A. 2, 35 F. H. A. Musician 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. L. S. 45 Boosters 3, 45 Class Play 35 Class Play Committee Chair- man 35 Senior Guidance Day 35 Football Usher 1, 25 Jr. Prom Committee 35 Choir 2, 4. LARRY KAUFMAN Papoose Basketball I5 Mixed Quartet 35 Northwest Music Conference Z5 Chairman of Revising Constitution 45 Class President 45 Student Council 45 Play Committee Chair- man 35 Steelhead 45 Jr. Prom Committee 35 Choir 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Band Librarian 1. VERNE KELSAY Choir 25 Band 1, 25 Band Representative 15 Cornet Trio 1, 25 Fire Squad 1, 2. TOM HOGAN German Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Clarinet Quartet 1, 3, 45 Woodwind Trio 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Foot- ball 45 Band Representative 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Director 1, 2, 3. BETTY HOWELL G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Prom Committee 3. JUDY HUGHES Class Secretary 2, 45 Bank 35 Ushers 25 F. H. A. l, 2, 35 F. H. A. President 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. L. A. 45 Boosters 3, 45 Booster Quarter- master 35 Booster Council 35 Thespians 3, 45 Class Play 35 Senior Guidance Day 35 Jr. Prom Committee 2, 35 Choir 2, 35 Choir Vice-presi- dent 3. JIM HUSKEY Class President 45 Class Vice-president 35 Tomahawks 15 Papoose Basketball 15 "D" Club 45 Track Manager 35 Stage Crew 35 Play Committee Chairman 35 Student Council 4. ANBER KENNER Thespian Secretary -'ig Thespian Play 3, 41 Class Play 3, 41 Tillicum 3, 41 Tillicum Assistant Editor 41 Quill 8: Scroll 41 Senior Guidance Day 31 Office l, 2, 31 jr. Prom Committee 31 Choir 1, 2, 31 Choir Secretary 31 Student Coun- cil 2, 41 F. H. A. 11 G. A. A. 2, 3, fig Head of Sports 41 G. A. L. S. 41 Boosters 3, 41 Booster Drum Sergeant 3, 4. JACK KINCHFLOE Student Council 41 F. H. A. 41 Thespians 31 Thespian Representative 41 Thespian Play 31 Class Play 3: jr, Prom Committee 31 Choir 41 Rally Squad 41 Varsity Football 41 J. V. Basket- ball 31 Papoose Basketball 31 Track Team 31 "D" Club 2, 3, 41 Baseball Manager 21 Fire Squad 4. EVELYN KOHLER Class Secretary li Ushers I, 2. tary 21 Usher President 31 G. G. A. A. Sports Manager 3, 41 G. A. A. Play Day li G. A. A. 41 National Honor 3. 41 Thespians 3, 41 Class Play 3, 41 Thespian Committee Chairman 3, 41 Steelhead 3. 41 Steelhead Business Manager 3. 41 Quill 8: Scroll 3, 41 Quill 8: Scroll Presi- dent 41 Senior Guidance Day 31 jr. Prom Com- mittee 31 Band l, 2, 3, 41 Secretary of Band l. 31 Treasurer of Band l, 21 Band Majorerte 3, 41 Clarinet Quartet l, 2, 3, 41 Tennis Team 3. 41 Carnival Committee Chairman 41 Dis- trict Student Council Meeting 4. 31 Ushers Secre- A. A. l, 2, 3, 41 G. A. I.. S. 7, -I, Tumbling Team LOTS LOVFLI. Transfer, La Grande 4. Ir. . ew . ,K . 4 K U N it V1 A -it . . i'ii' Rx 'Eff' 'sg-M -91 ,ilk :of ,,' Q wk- i x at , 3 W 0'-1 'Q eniorzi Y ,a A as , ft- E. ... s is ' - -Q' I. . . T - 5 'S . lk QI' Y 'Q yn., -IACK McCI.EARY Transfer, Newberg 21 Class President 21 Student Council 21 jr. Prom Committee 31 Varsity Football 3, 41 Papoose Football 3, 41 Papoose Basketball 21 Track Team Z, 3, 41 "D" Club 3, 4. CARL MCDONALD Transfer, St. Mary's Academy 31 jr. Prom Com- mittee 3. CHARLIE MAY A. S. B. Vice-President 31 Student Council 1, 2, Thespians 1, Z, 3, 41 Thespian Play l, 2, 31 Jr. Prom Committee 31 Choir l, Z1 Band l, 2, Male Quartet l, 21 Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 41 Varsity Football Captain 41 Varsity Basketball 31 V. Basketball 21 Papoose Basketball l1 Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 41 "D" Club l, 2, 3, 41 "D" Club President 4. BRUCE MEDLER National Honor 3, 41 Class Vice-President 21 Papoose Basketball I1 Track Team 31 Jr. Prom Committee 3, tl. 'Tn 'J DON PORTER Jr. Prom Committee 35 Varsity Basketball 4g 1. V. Basketball 3g Papoose Basketball 1. ED RANSLAM Tillicum 4g jr. Prom Committee 3. LEA RIANDA Transfer, McMinnville, Ore. 4. BILL RITCHIE Transfer, La Grande, Ore. 4, Carnival Com- mittee Chairman 4. igal 'ia ji' ,AO"' SHIRLEY MURRAY F. H. A. 1, 2g F. H. A. Historian lg G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Head of Sports 3g G. A. A. Custodian 4g G. A. A. Tumbling Team 1, 2, 3, National Honor 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Council 2g Sr. Guidance Day 3. CORWIN NORD Jr. Prom Committee 35 Choir 4g Tomahawks 1, 2, Papoose Basketball lg Tennis 3, 4. JIM PINKLEY Transfer, O'Dell, Ore. 2, jr. Prom Committee 3g Tennis 3g Photography 3g jr. Play Committee 3, Fire Squad 2, 3g U. S. Navv 4. MAXINE ORR Class Play 3, Tillicum 3, Sr. Guidance Day 33 Football Usher lg jr. Prom Committee 35 Rally Squad lg F. H. A. 1, 2, 3g G. A. A. 2, 3, 4g G. A. L. S. 4, G. A. A. Play Day 2, Boosters 3, 4. .isll'P""' 'iq-wr A 15715 il ANTHONY SARSFIELD Transfer, St. Mary's 2, Class Vice-President 33 Class Representative 2, Student Council 2, National Honor 3, 4, Senior Guidance Day 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club President 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball Captain 4, "D" Club 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. BILL SCHUNKE Papoose Football 1, 2, Fire Squad 1, 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. President 43 jr. Prom Com- mittee 3g F. F. A. Reporter 3, U. S. Navy. JIM SHAW Papoose Football 1, 2, Fire Squad 1, 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Prom Committee 3, F. F. A. Vice- President 3: U. S. Navy. BEN SHROPSHIRE Transfer, Vancouver, Washington 4. eniom rc. , rw. BARBARA SIMPSON Transfer, Amityville, N. Y. 2, G. A. A. 1, 3, 4, Triple Trio 3, jr. Prom Committee 3, Choir 1, 3, 4. DALE SPEAKES Transfer, Corina, Calif. 2, Papoose Football Team 3, Tennis Team 3, 4, jr. Prom Commit- tee 3, Choir 4. JIM SPIEKERMAN Class Representative 1, Student Council 1, 2, 4, National Honor 3, 4, Steelhead 3, 4, Steel- head Editor 4g Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Quill 8: Scroll Secretary-Treasurer 4, Senior Guidance Day 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band President lg Band Representative 3, Var- sity Football 3, 4, J. V. Basketball 3, Papoose Basketball 2, Varsity Baseball Z, 3, 4, "D" Club 3, 4, Basketball Manager 4, Fire Squad 4. THOMAS STOUT Tomahawks 2, 3, 4, jr. Prom Committee 3. X is F 3 32 'fe it . g .mp f 'E 3 9 1 tt 5, . A 3FfTi-1 -1 I -' .. S E --2 . ap' J' Gi eniom p M' DONNA U REN Student Council 4g G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. President 4, G.. A. A. Head of Sports 3g G. A. L. S. 3, 45 G. A. A. Play Day 1, 4, Boosters 3, 4, Boosters President 4, Booster Council 4, Senior Guidance Day 3g junior Prom Committee 3g Band 1, 23 Tennis 3, 4. BEVERLY VAN METRE Thespian Committee Chairman 33 Office 1, 2, 3g junior Prom Committee 3. BEVERLY VAN NESS G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Play Day 4g Boost- ers 3, 4, jr. Prom Committee 33 Choir 2, 3, 4. RITA VERLANIC F. H. A. 4g G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. Play Day 2, National Honor 3, 4, National Honor Secretary 4, Boosters 3, 4, String Ensemble 1, 2, 31 Thespians 3, 4, Class Play 33 Sr. Guidance Day 3, jr. Prom Committee 3, District Student Council Committee Chairman 4. 54 ROBERT TAYLER A. S. B. President 4, Class Vice-President 2, Varsity Football 3g Papoose Football 1, 2, Track 1, 3. 4, Thespians 3, 4g Thespian Play 3g jr. Red Cross Council 21 Tillicum 3, Student Council 4, Class Representative 3. JANET TAYLOR F. H. A. 11 Trades 1. 2, G. A. A. 1, 23 Boosters 3, 4, Football Usher 3g jr. Prom. Committee 3. SALLY TIBBETS Class Treasurer 4g Ushers 2, G. A. A. 1, 21 G. A. A. Play Day 1, National Honor 3, 4, Car- nival Committee Chairman 3g Play Committee Chairman 3, Tillicum 4, Senior Guidance Day 3g Jr. Prom Committee 33 Choir 1, 4. ANN TURNER 'Q lt. in DALE WALSH G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. Head of Sports 43 Boosters 3. 43 Senior Guidance Day 33 jr. Prom Committee 31 Choir l. SALLY WATERS F. H. A. I, 23 G. A. A, l, 2. 3, 43 Boosters 3, 41 Tillicum 3, 43 Tillicum Exchange Editor 4: Choir 4. NICK WHEELER Carnival Committee Chairman 3, 43 String En- semble 1, 2, 3, 43 Ensemble Secretary, Treasurer, Representative 43 Class President 13 Class Rep- resentative lg National Honor 3, 43 National Honor President 43 Senior Guidance Day 3, 43 jr. Prom Committee 33 Student Council l, 4. DON WILHELM Thespians 3, 4g Thespian Play 3, 4g Choir 4. 1 ya- K. at f"ff I E R.. ,,, fy X .8 I 3 115.414 'N if eniora '3 '?1E.s.. sf' . ' 3 3. K g -- aa ' gf . SNS' i i t tf. . N, . ,.... . fr - i f A i f aff-sac? 5 i' ' , :- E5 fiifiiifi r-151 5, f ' SA' 13 - 4 ' T3 eifiiai . . - te I' N r . Sri ,qbii I 'S .Q 3 .fsjil . W . i ii i I A L ,ri 1 4 JANET WILHELM Class Secretary lg Ushers l, 2, 33 Usher Vice- President 23 Carnival Committee Chairman 43 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3g F. H. A. President 33 F. I-I. A. Secretaryg G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 43 G. A. A. Secretary 33 G. A. L. S. 43 G. A. A. Play Day 1,43 Na- tional Honor 3, 43 National Honor Treasurer 43 Boosters 3, 43 Sr. Majorette 43 jr. Majorette 33 Booster Council 3, 43 Carnival Queen 43 Class Princess 43 Thespians 3, 43 Class Play 33 Senior Guidance Day 33 Football Usher 33 jr. Prom Co-Chairman 3. STANLEY WILHELM Ir. Prom Committee 33 Stage Crew 33 Toma- hawlcs 1. FRANCES WILLIAMS Class Treasurer 33 Ushers 2, 33 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 G. A. L. S. 43 G. A. A. Play Day 1,43 Na- tional Honor 3, 43 Clarinet Quartet l3 Tennis 33 Carnival Committee Chairman 3, 43 Thcspi- ans 3, 43 Thespian Play 3,43 Class Play 33 Senior Guidance Day 33 jr. Prom Committee 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Treasurer 4. LARRY WILLIAMS jr. Prom Committee 39 Band l, 2, 3: Stage Crew 1. egf,,. ,,,n-W ,Vps W .,,.t ., - ,qi aaa, W J. ,VJ ' ' W4 Wa. 7 We We fl mf' 52 0, W QW 'ff i j 'ff X X VANCE ETCHER Tomahawks 1, 2, Papoose Football 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Sentinel 4. SALLY MANN Yell Squad 4, Yell Squad Captain 4, Thespian Play 4. eniord BILL WILSON Transfer, Litchfield, Nebraska 35 Tomahawks 3, 4. DOUG WRAY A. S. B. Vice-President 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Thespian Vice-President 3, Thespian Play 2, Steelhead 3, 4, Steelhead Sports Editor 4, jr. Prom Committee 3, J. V. Basketvall 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Papoose Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, "D" Club 2, 3, 4, Class Pres- ident 2, Class Vice-President 1, Class Repre- sentative 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Quill 8: Scroll 4. DAVID YOUNT Track Team 3, 4, Choir 2, jr. Prom Commit- tee 3. JIM COMINI , Papoose Football 1, Tomahawks 1, 2, 3, 4, Tomahawks Vice-President 3, Trades 2, 3, Pho- tography 3, Photographers President 3, Fire Squad 2, 3, Fire Squad Sergeant-at-Arms 3, jr. Class Play Committee 39 U. S. Navy. 46 A F 4-on. 'GS LWME 5 1 Xml. 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Westland QPQJAWIQYL CL an rganizafiona ,,,... 4" asv Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character earn their reward in every school. National Honor Society provides for outstanding students the distinction they deserve. Coordinating the fall carnival, decorating the Christmas tree for the foyer, tapping new members and presenting a formal initiation were some of the activities taken care of this year by members of this honor organization. Preiiclcrit ...,,,., ,,.,vV. . YYA. . Y Nick Wlieeler ViCC'P7C,IidL'77f H , . ., Roberta Dorsey C, Secretary ,,,. ,,.., ..V,,,, V.,, Rita Verlanic Treamrvr , .,,,, ,,,,,,. , ., janet Wilhelm R0flfC,fL'71fdffI'L' ., .,,,. 'Ioe Irby Adl'lIflf.f .. . Miss Helen Wfhitcoml: Mr, Glenn Betschart -was M, a,f'i ,, A X-vga ,'.. we Qui! ana! .Sara Quill and Scroll, international honorary so- ciety for high school journalists, was created for the purpose of honoring students whose writing, scholarship and service were outstand- ing. Only those students associated with the school's annual or paper were eligible for mem- bership. During the spring term a banquet and initiation were held at The Dalles Hotel. Officers were President, Evelyn Kohlerg Vice- President, Richard Burchg Secretary-Treasurer, jim Spiekerrnan. President, EVELYN KOHLER 5 'B 1, M4 ,K 1 Q 5 ,iff THESNANS km' i ake-HV the Mt O m fl 30 SECONDS before the curtain time. -X 'xxx Q O La DRAMATICI moment from "OUR TOVUN Thcspmn nffircrs President Inc Irby,V1L'c-President Richard Burch. Sccremry Anbcr Kenner, Trcmsu rcr Myrna Smith and Council RCP7fC5L'IlIilIiN'C Jack Kinchcloc glamc nvcr new play books. TN W Q... BVRCH git work. SPORTS Staff checks copy. iffwm SW! Erfilm' , ,,.,, ,, , , . Dick Btircli Aiiiyfizazf Ifdifnrd , ., Amber Kenner B1fii11c.t,i' 1l'lu1n14gcr', , , , ,,., . Pat Fulton Ifxrlmngc Ifdimr ,,,, ,,.. , , , ., ,, Sally Wfixtcrs W Copy Ifzlfilnr ..., ,, ,, , , ,, i Emma -Iczm Barnett Sporlr Edzlort ,,,,A.,...., ,,.....,,,,, , CIRCULATION tnginiigcrs set up mailing list. TILLICUM staff in the shop. Rc1fv0ricr.i' Bob Boylcs jerry Frocbc W rf Czrwzlatzmz Manager .....,,,,, ,, ,A Roger Cook Collet-ri Lynch Nancy Cliilliiwziy Sally Tibbcts Larry Williiiiiis Ed Rzinsliim if QA C '-3. vb - ,. la? LINI Ev, und Donna take time our tmm financial l95l sfeerrear .wr lidimr ,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,.,,,, jim Spiekermnn Burinerr Manager ,A,.,.,..... Evelyn Kohler Adz'er1i.rirzg Marzagerr .,,,,.,., ,.,,,,, .,...,,,. . U. W. Woolwine l David Parlchurst l Doss Haug lLarry Kaufman Art Editor .,A.,,......,,.,.,.. ,,,Hnrricr Brock A.r.ni,rtant Art Editor .,,... .Sully Srzldcllnm Photography .,,,...,A,,,..,. ,,,,,,, , ,Mary Black Clrrbr and Orgarrizarirmr ,.., Donna Taylor Boyr' Spnrff lfdimr. ..,,,,. Doug wffily' Adl'l'.l0V .,,,, ,,.l, . ,,Mrs. Kathleen Nelson .ef 'Ln-"NK 5 ' 1 SPKIK rlrmms up .1 l'5P0xI.lxLll.ll'n i-lm. jk? KOPIQ5 Prerirlent .,.,A. Vice-Prerizlent ..7 .., Secretary Y....., Trenrfzrer ..A... H irto rian .,..,..., ...Y Qlmrlermfzrter A..v,,. Adviror ..,... Director ,...,.,, omm ,r....Dorma U'Rcn ..,Y,.Donna Dohm .Joan Woolsey ....Y.DOUH21 Taylor .Marjorie McAllister .,,,Y.Collccn Lynch ,..Mrs. Lcrlm Warpl Mr. William Sievers Senior Mnjorctte, Janet Wfilhclm junior Nhzjofette, Carole Wedekind grader i Promoting school spirit was the goal of The Dalles Booster Girls as they marched at half time for all home foothall games and traveled to Mil- waukie and Hood River with the team. Invitations to perform at major events in the I Y Northwest made the girls feel that the eight 33+ o'clocl-: practice hour, the extra hours of work to play those hugles riglvt and the endless job of cleaning Amaton Field mud off those oxfords were not spent in vain--even tho the group could accept only one invitation-to march at the Rose Festival in Portland in early june. JANET relaxes after a hard march. m mmlmsvesmsffz-mf 2. . - --9 Q t f ws . A 74. em -ts N , . ff-v -ff- W M-swau:ag,n,sg+,r,gsy Working quietly and efficiently, seating the guests capably, leaving them in a mood to enjoy the performance and meeting difficult situations with tactfulness'-these were but a few of the many duties performed by the mem- bers of Ushers. Following their selection as members of the group ten new girls were formally initiated at an evening ceremony to which parents were invited. The girls were ably directed by Miss Margaret Gates. The officers were President, Marilyn Lun- dellg Vice-president, Colleen Lynchg Secretary, Margaret Prestong Treasurer, Louise Delanog Sergeant-at-Arms, Donna Taylor. MARILYN LUNDELL, president, ready to hand out programs at the Thespian play. lffl '6 " CLA 1 "But I'm allergic to limberger cheese." This was the comment made by the lowly freshmen at the annual digging of the This plus the sponsoring of Twirp season and formal presentation of "D's" were a few of the "doings" of the honorary lettermen's club. The officers included President, Charley Mayg Vice-president, Bill Griffirhsg Secretary- Treasurer, Eddie Urnessg Sergeant-at-Arms, Wayne Smithg Representative, David Park- hurstg Advisor, Mr. Unruh. D CLUB officers check contributions in new addi tion ro D. H. S. is 3' i, K, L55 gr A f eric Momzwn ' f ' 14 Af ' ' ' The Girls Athletic Association was one of the Gfficers were President, Donna U'Reng Vice- largest groups in the school. Any girl interested in president, Joan Woolseyg Secretary, Judy Halsteaclg intramural sports was initiated after she earned Treasurer, Barbara Elrodg Representative, Joan fifty points. Woolseyg Head of Sports, Maxine Westluntlg Ad- Again this year several nearby schools sent girls visor, Mrs. Ward. here to attend the annual play day. 70 k 'nl EW? Q GIRLS frying to learn to play Basketball. G. A. I.. S. 71 j0I'l'lCtLdLl!L:5 ff-5 SOME of the boys cleaning up after a basketball game. UP GQES fhg P01-fable tiqkct bgofh Behind the scene at all athletic events were the efficient Toma- hawks, Under the guidance of Mr. Perkins and Mr. Radtke the boys saw that all things were in order at Amaton Field and Kurtz Gym. The Tomahawks kept their budget balanced and the patrons If A1 ifzu . l , happy by selling crisp, buttery popcorn, a "must" at every game. . Q i The officers were President, Gary Corsong Vice-president, Jerry ii E Froebeg Secretary-Treasurer, Arnold Dingleyg Representative, Keven Widenerg Sergeant-at-Arms, Milton Richau. 7 2 s ig, . 106 3 f- J . Jllfl,lPU e omoma 20125 0!.XZllI0l'll'l1 This wus certainly it year to remember for the F. H. A. chapter nt D. H. Attendance at ii district meeting held nt Hood River, food sales, selling pom poms nt bull games und presiding over tlie popular "Waite-r Front Cafe" at the carnival kept the girls lvusy. A formal initiation Ceremony was lield in tlie home ee department under tlie supervision of Miss Doris Cutor, advisor, Marilyn liinerson, Presidentg Roxv Aiitlersou Vice-presidentg Nellie Smith, Seeretnryg Delores Ruse lnerg, Treasurerg Lorettii Stout. rind -liuskie Mtllitlieitii Historiansg Carolyn lloxxnrd, Reporterg Sliirley Miller Musicinng Burburu lilrod, Represent.itix'eg Miss Doris Cator, Advisor, were the 1931 officers. fl JJ A om... F, ll. A. officers smile for Mel 73 TN? jufure jarmerb ofxdmerica The Dalles Chapter of Future Farmers of America enjoyed a very successful year. One of the major ac- complishments was the purchase of a 200 gallon orchard sprayer costing 351,080 The chapter Was able to pay for the machine by contracting to spray over 3,000 peach trees in The Dalles for the State Depart- ment of Agriculture and by participation in a Cherry Fruit Fly spray program in The Dalles City. Payments were completed on an Allis-Chalmers Crawler tractor and members were busy constructing and remodeling other machinery, including an eight- foot grain drill, a mowing machine, a baled-hay loader, and trailer scales. Ten acres of Federation wheat was raised and harvested with crop plantings for the new year includ- ing 60 acres of certified Elmar wheat. Work was under- way on a 60 acre alfalfa seeding on land rented at The Dalles airport. The chapter participated in several contests. The parliamentary team winning third place in the district, the judging team placing third at the Deschutes county fair and fifth at the Multnomah, Clackamas, and Yam- hill county fairs were some of the outstanding awards. ff 6055 afwemgdclzzr a meefing 3? 1 I OFFICERS Prerident., ...,..,,.,...A.,.,....... Bill Shunke W, Vice-prefident .,..........,.., Merle Henkle Secrelafry ..................., Ron Van Metre Treaxurer ,...,,,.., ..,,.,.. B ob Ranslam Reporter ..,,.,,. .......... G eorge Geiger Sentinel ..,..,... .,,,.,.., V ance Etcher Advimr .,....... ...,... E lvin Asher wa-4' 75 51' 004 will 5 X-nl MA I ORETTE Evelyn Kohler TWIRLERS Olivia Tharaldson Judy Halstead Marilyn Lundell Sandra Halgedahl 'all Keeping up its yearly tradition, The Dalles High Band presented its spring concert under the direction of William Sievers. It presided at all football and basketball games, and served to keep spirits at a high pitch during pep assemblies. At the Eastern Oregon Band Jamboree held in La Grande, the band marched to honors by being classed the top marching band present. This year's officers were President, john Lundellg Vice-president, Dennis Hachlerg Secre- tary, Frances Williamsg Treasurer, joe Irbyg Rep- resentative, Tom Hogang Majorette, Evelyn Koh- lerg Student Director, Bob DuRossg Librarian, Marilyn Lundell. AT ATTENTION! Xgxim 'ws-....,,, . .JINX 'F' fill' 5 li .ef . f 3' 9 5 M. L 55'--WQWJ 2 ij ms' lilac .- ,ff K W S 2 g If Q -fi' 2 0 4 L ip. L -iw , -' Q L ' Vni' heeirne nn intiispensiilule part An organization so active that its singi , . of life at The Dalles High, the choir was hiirti at work from rnitifSepternher until late May putting the finishing touches on musit for ronierts rind school assemblies. Their calendar was filled with Q1 Cfliristmns program, spring concerts and Bilecallaurenre as well as programs for many service ciuhs in the city. Officers for the year were President, Harold Clnrkg Vice-president, Tom i ' ' i' t Director, john iuntiell. Haynesg Secretary, Marcin Anderson, Sturm 79 if it 1 '- 's X Qx I I ' , 4 u .,, A 1 1. xl N 4 .. ,, A! 'D Y v . C: ' .31 :QQ avi xx lfmf Srvzmf, Ann Swanson, Donna Taylor, Emma lean Barncrr. S1fr1m'i1zg, K7 , L ailn u Cfnllccn l,yncl1, Tony Sarsficlrl. Sharon Lutz, David Parkliurst, unior pea! 614055 ounci Sally Sradelman, David Parkhursr, Garland Wilhelm, fi Laura Morris, Emma jean Barnetr. Bob Boyles, Keven Widener. is , .sw gif, k-,Q L, V :H ak- ffm 1' 4, . ' H lv N., 1 ww' -. -au.-N, 'U ? x I r.-L v , f 1 2' , 3, .x4fA4fic:5 ,4,. 151' ,,,,-r- .M t . x . V., I 'Q t - f S' ggi ff Q Q 1 ' f A A Z M 3, 5 f M K 2 I 09' ,XX 8 ROW I-Coach J. Lexcht, Mgr. W. Smith, C. May, J. Williams, j Stanek, G. Coomans, B. Martin, J. Spiekerman, Mgr. E. West, Coach B Newcomer. ROW II-Mgr. G. Geiszler, L. Gardner, J. Urness, B. Hyde amifg ...... joolgaf Coaches t V Y . SQ.. - , .1 'C' A. , ali .11-M 34' -ldv 1 sv! A.:-1 f F? A 599 I J. Breathower, R. Van Metre, J. Woolwine, R. Kniesteadt, Mgr. V. Pattee. ROW iii-B. Blunck, B. Wright, J. Wood, e. Eikimon, M. Football-1950 Musa, P. Peterson, j. McCleary, J. Kincheloe, Mgr. D. Parlchurst. The Dalles, under a new coach and system, went through the entire season improving steadily every game. At the end of the season the Indians were considered one of the strongest teams in the Blue Mountain league. The season's opener saw The Dalles High take a 12-O drubbing from Battleground, Wgtshington. The Indians came out strong in the first quarter but a series of fumbles and penalties marred The Dalles' hopes for the remainder of the game. An improved ball club faced Columbia Prep of Portland the following week. Several times in rhe first quarter The Dalles threatened to score but because of fumbles or other obstructions couldnt tally. The final score was 7-6 in favor of Colum- bia Prep. The Indians suffered their third straight defeat of the season with a 26-0 count under the hands of the Mac-Hi Pioneers. Three Dalles touchdowns were called hack on penalties which could very well have been the added spirir The Dalles needed, A fumble, scooped up by Bill Blunck and care ried 40 yards for a touchdown, gave The Dalles high a 6-O win over Pendleton. This was their first Blue Mountain conference victory. W ef. X: so Jim Spiekerman 1 W xx. 'I mu Griffiths ,, 31 IH- -. - .. , ,vi - veg. .. -. Jack 'tif -Q-M Q .4 S 1. . .L my Jyefibgffirxk 555 ' :T iff Q . 5405 Sa? B 3 if Q X EU Y fe , in X jx:53Q:.. f- , 5.311 E m:.:5fSY 52:a. . f . 4 Z N, y L. W. X 1 ,K mg ,k N . . f:,g.- .1 1, ..k. ay -f 4' Y rw . , ,V ' ., ,Q six Y .wh Q' ,fgagwg f . .. LU,. .M -wp.. M - W.ww-,e.w-..-- 7- i:':',,,wTf..,. 'M' 'M ws. 3, ' . S . X Q: ::a:5. 353545 A . 'vfxf 5' ' ' S" ' lil klfiwf 7Q'fiQfJ.'-Hzlfslii? vii V ' A XXQQSQA- -ff f fi 315. .i sm . ack Km ww ,wr .A . ,- . . 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S, 6 i I wr--lx, , L Qi N ' N , A A A LXb.Xg A , W , L 1 -api Bob Wr ht Q if . Qu.: it fm-f 23.5-,. ,N . X Q a Q 1 ,X U P' 1 ik , j J. W.w x Q E X12 ' ' a W M mix ,ty W S l ' lla y Q , Q HE J ,mi , Unless . f yhwrv x , 3 . B X V f .- iw- ,s . .9 uw 1 Q ,I QC' - N, ' w. Ron ,Van Metr wiiiara Willett WHWWWQWW 0 E The Dalles O- Battleground 12 The Dalles 6- Columbia Prep 7 The Dalles 0- Mac-Hi Z6 Fil ,050 IJ X" fy' B end 16, on Second H 'iv f 'inf Q? 1 J O 0 I 086 Rat 6 Not Qude! 9 The Dalles 7-Central Catholic 14 Q. 4 is l 5 90 8 igx aw, Q 1 aw A- M ,F wx 'PWM ' Make It. 'A OVER dis. + .. fzf1f,fyj.f A. , S .X ,fl '2 3 f 3, ' f rp gqg E , - :gz ,. 'E , J, "" , i 7 K .QR ' A V 5 4 Q ii ,A . if , is Ly ,wma ' wr? J1+xE1u13s ,t1, Ball, Gaggg , f ., , any 4 if 1 'f 4? f Af ff 3 Good Pla McKay Y The Dalles 7- La Grande 12 A safety and a conversion was the deciding factor in the Baker'Dalles game. This was the Indians second football conference win in three starts. Highlight of the game was jim Spieker- man's 83 yard run which later set up their safety and two points. The La Grande Tigers doused the warriors bid in Blue Mountain league contest by defeating them 12-7. The Dalles outplayed the Tigers through the entire game but a costly fumble and a missed pass interception gave La Grande the victory. Spectators claimed the game was the Indian's best in two years. The Dalles High pile-.l up their third victory of the season against the Milwaukie Mustangs with a 14-6 triumph. jack Wood and Leonard Gardner did the scoring for The Dalles with Musa and Wood making the conversions. The annual clash with Hood River ended the Indians l95O football season. At the end of the first half the Dragons were ahead 6-0. The war- riors came out strong the second half and marred Hood Rivers hopes by beating them 14-6. N Q N x S if 5 A f K ,f . K Vi it I I ,ww M . ,w ,Q :ma ' - , L. Q M 3, ff V wa - 'P', , ' A . il , is if M A,.,M 4 k Q M N Q . H Q . S . mf f f X www-- CHARLEY- Gets Set Go Clear the Wav for Gardner. TOP ROW: D. Page, P. Peterson, A. Peterson, S. Smith, A. Boyles M Rrchau M Henkle J Martin, D. Holland. MIDDLE ROW: B. Martin, R. Kniesteadt D Katz F Haas R Taylor M Ranslam, Coach Butterfield. BOTTOM ROW: B. Stanek, M. Bode A Dingley L Harmon E Hill, B, Berry. Arlington ......,..... Moro ........ Hood River Maupin ........,....... Hood River TOTAL ......,......... Paps 12 7 13 0 33 65 apooded 5 f. Y L x 5 W .fi Q X. X isp? . ' iffsw Q X 4-,A g Q Q T W Q 'x xx Q W Q Y? ff :is if 6 3 . MSX Charlie May ' . :D- . f'i 5 ,w a p vi g: - f N -S -.4311 Q. .t A .6 f 5 Tom Haynes Ed West ? mc., I iff! ag, , f-F' -, L ' if V H, A .- , 1. +I GS . , Q :SE xg . S, . A vzfiy 'V ' saws-A ug. 335. "fi ' Z 82. . A, Lap- ,- Q 0 1 F TE . A, if rv S an n- I K ,, ,if .fs . YV E 1-n-Q-an-M., ln .-I ' I -M I Bill Griffiths .151 W W Woolwxne ugl- 'fx Tony Sarsfneld U John Lundell A . A v' 4 5" Don Porter WWI wi Don Page AQ ,fx New X.. 'HQQQ Dick Holland -if --W4 ww Richawnram MR 5 li Continued from page 97 HOOD RIVER SERIES The next weekend The Dalles Hi went into the win column by smothering Hood River 74-49. The next night it was an en- tirelly different story with the Dragons coming back to win 56-45. In the third game the Dragons went ahead again by defeating the Indians 60-50. The Dalles had to win the fourth game or else drop out of the running. The fourth game proved to be the closest fought contest between the two schools and the Indians won S3-55. In the fifth and final game the Indians stopped Hood River 52-42. This gave The Dalles the right to journey to Mac Hi to play in the District 2 Playoff. DALLAS SERIES The Dalles made an impressive showing in the first of a two- game series with Dallas, by grabbing a 70-57 victory. The next game was closer. but the Indians came out victorious, 59-57. MILWAUKEE, SERIES Milwaukeeshowed too much shooting power for the Indians in their two game series, beating The Dalles 55-45 and 86-54. It was the best shooting exhibition Dalles fans had witnessed. MAC HI SERIES In a close, low-scoring match, the Mac Hi Pioneers topped the Indians 34-33. But The Dalles came back the next game to even things up by beating the Pioneers 41-40. PENDLETON SERIES In the first battle with Pendleton, the Indians didn't give their opponent too much trouble as they succumbed to the Bucks, 54-45. The second game proved to be a thriller, but the Indians just didn't have the final push. Pendleton edged them out 62-61. WHITE SALMON SERIES The Dalles had little trouble in their tangle with White Salmon, beating them 60-32 and 60-23. HERMISTON SERIES The Dalles had a hard time with Hermiston the first game lwenrintr them S0..zi5Z lwnf in flap cm-nn.-I pnfminfm- A-us., km.. .1-.nm 102 ,ljamify FRONT ROW: D. Kiser, M. Bode, D. Haynes, B. Berry, T. Ziegelman. BACK ROW: Coach A. Unruh, R. Mott, J. Smith, J. Davidson, B. Eberhard, L. Larson. WE Stanfield 2 5 Hood River 18 Hood River 28 Fossil 46 St. Mary's 42 Fossil 42 St. Mary's 40 Condon 48 Wasco 42 St. Mary's 45 Condon 48 Hood River 38 Hood River 31 Hood River 30 White Salmon 18 Hermiston 42 TH EY 37 19 29 28 46 38 43 36 41 54 34 41 27 41 26 29 Total 583 569 GPOOJQ 5 Benson Baker Cascade Locks Hood River Hood River Fossil Fossil Arlington Mac Hi Pendleton White Salmon Arlington Condon Pendleton Mac Hi Baker La Grande Condon Hood River Hood River Moro Total THEY 32 38 25 29 30 42 47 59 28 46 23 50 56 59 45 43 60 58 40 38 48 896 FRONT ROW: C. Callaway, E. Myers, G. Stadelman, A. Boyles, J. Urness, G. Haynes, V. Pattee, R. Turner. BACK ROW: J. Carnathan, E. Creason, J. Cushman, R. Bourland, E. Williams, Coach C. Butterfield. -2 135 - N WW . .Rx A fix Egg-QQ 35 A Fix.. X mm Uxzgsq K- . N., -Q, , 'SW if R1 :gag QA Q xiii ' f A a lv :Q x Ns X4 wg 32 Q M Y Al? W I HS? 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Nap, CAST Sally Mann Don Wilhelm ...Evelyn Kohler and joan Bambauer .Bart Clements ..Rita Verlanic and janet Wilhehn Octavia Carter and Frances Williams joe Irby .........Anber Kenner and Dale Walsh .Larry Kaufman ........Bob Tayler Harriet Brock Pat Fulton George Geiszler 0 fry ZJGHGI M PRESENTED BY SENIOR CLASS oz, nz Z, . fl Jzgn 12,0 "I am an American, you know egionaf Konkrence Region two of the Oregon State Association of Student Councils held its meeting at The Dalles High School this year. Problems confronting the schools were discussed and many helpful suggestions were made by both stu- dents and advisors. Schools attending the meeting were Mosier, Prineville, Madras, Condon, Bend, Dufur, Moro, Rufus, Sisters, Wasco, and Arlington. As entertainment for the group, The Dalles student council had a boat ride planned, however, just after the students boarded the Frances, Cap- tain Leppaluoto's boat, a fire broke out in the galley. All students were able to reach shore safely, but the cruise had to be cancelled. A dance was held at Kurtz gymnasium that night to take its place. P MR. W. BEAR and CAPTAIN LEPPALU- OTO shake hands as students await start of cruise. CREW MEMBERS try to extinguish flames on the Frances. a'f 1' .ifi ,. 'V l e' .. iyqg 32, .L ' it , Q l' X ,iSa2"'P' 'ig y f . 5 :L f -Q If Q f f' -.N Q ef 7 1 . x if ,, gf. x ' '- -315 Lf.,-32 - R N flee L. ' Q M 'Q as 'Q Fi, .': fl 5 sf ' ' -l 0 J if ga Q 'J' T. r- kk ,. Q if 'SZ . ,W 2' gm ., x .gg as it A I i s Pictured are Bart Clements and Earlyne Costello going through their "Dark Town Strutters Ball" routine, Leonard giving his rendition of "Old Man Rivet" and Colleen Lynch reciting "PATTERNS" flilmf ,Slow "Love Affairs" was the theme of the :inniml talent show presented by The Dalles High Sthool. A com, lwinzition of excellent titlent and mutli hard work resulted in ll fine show. The proceeds of 21 combined perfornmnce with Hood River High School was donated to the Mitra-li of Dimes. J. H3 W. S. C. Balancing Team. mmf eitloocl Query The pep assembly, sponsored by The Rally Squad, before the big Hood River-The Dalles Basketball games featured Wash- ington State College and Oregon State College talent. This well organized rally was planned to fire the team on to VICTORY -and we did WIN! These college students judged the yell and song contest between classes and "The Victory Bell", lyrics and words by Nick XWheeler, won one hundred Gtizenship cup points for the seniors. 114 O. S. C, Marimba Player. COMBINED Yell Squad. .-.W R, WWWL O. S. C. Uke Specialists. 51" X 5-'fwl Y ,f fi Q., Y' I , ,fi Dfw ,r,,4 5. -we-lf.. ay...-" f Lf. H,..gg, 5' UQ .":' fxf '. gf' , .4 V+ ' ,y :JI I fr.-A:.'f" ,xg g':"K,xo x ' 1' 3, wxyat N-QL' Ita 1'6"' f 9 ' I 1 g Q , - . . fu, .26 A f'1"V .I 'r ff." 'iff ' br., . 3 -K, 4 ,fb JQ.'j"1f.'ff QT, imfx,-3 ,as rf f. L. 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'IL ,,,',':,f'M-,,,Lm-Y' - xx 'J U s ,,..f 4, J '38 MODERN EQUIPMENT FOR THE FAMILY FARM "Where Quality Costs You Less" as..?..fl.l'f..5l3.lfl' LAY CARLISLE Jeweler ELC-IN - HAMILTON BULOVA WATCHES Expert Repairing Best Wishes For A Happy Future BEN MUSA Certified Public Accountant 405 East Second Street BUSTER BROWN SHOE STORE THE SIGN OF Where Comfort, Style, and Economy Meer THE DALLES, OREGON IN M I I. K P R O D U C T S THE DALLES IRON WORKS The Dalles, Oregon THE DALLES AUCTION YARDS sane Every safofday nsoMoNo Auction YARDS sane Every safufday "The Place Where Buyers and Sellers Meet" Owned G Operated By Frank Wink MAUSER LUMBER COMPANY Third and Madison Everything to Build Anything Phone 2248 KARGL AND ELWOOD REALTORS Complete Realty Service Insurance Coverage 1 The camera man looks at the many products af Milne's. JOHN MILNE Cf SON PLUMBING AND HEATING General Electric Appliances Agents-Oregon Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 412 E. 2nd The Dalles The Dalles, Oregon 409 Washington St. Phone 3611 BARBERS' UNION Wl'lEELEll'S LOCAL NO. 895 Royal Elite O.K. Service Bonton Hancocks Modern RADIO 5' APPLIANCE SALES SERVICE 400 Wash. St. Phone 3500 ohnkf ' ' officfprms giahonent 308 Mm lllmon K ?l20DUCTS GIRL WRAY'S DRUG STORE "IT PAYS TO BUY AT WRAY'S" Phone 3861 418 E, 2nd 7s GRADUATES ilu X Q vmnfs REDDY KILOWATT Your Eleclric Servonl . ' eil gl .V J Y .3 .D PACIFIC POWER and LIGHT COMPANY Your Partner in Progress Since l9lO CONGRATULATIONS Class of '51 And Lots of Luck OTTO'S KARMELKORN SHOP The Dalles MODEL LAUNDRY Dependable Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service 205 Washington St. Phone 2444 THE DALLES MEAT MARKET Quality Meats and Downy Flake Donuts Phone 3402 C. L. JOHNS, lProp.l CAMERA SHOP Photo Finishing Camera Supplies 3l2V2 E. Second St. The Dalles, Ore. POUNDS JEWELRY Diamonds-Watches-Silverware REPAIR 307 East 2nd Street The Dalles, Oregon THE DALLES CHRONICLE EVENING AND SUNDAY Sewing the Mid-Columbia Since i890 'W' CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC 42.1 Doug, Donna and J. W. inspect the "Sl" Chev, rw' l FEE' CONGRATULATIONS Mary, David, and Evelyn admire the new features of the Oldsmobile. CRADS Here is a word of advice. Start out right by buying a car. Sunset ntnr Enmpan Arline, Doss, and Harriet experience a thrill as they look over Sunset's Cadillac "lVlaterially Yours" Ship Portland-Pendleton MOTOR TRANSPORT for TUM A LUM LUMBER Co' Fast, Friendly Service PHIL GRAEDEL 906 E. ZND. ST. Agent 3282 llillips Mae' ffi32s.i'22'2sf'z'Q2 -'f1: s:.51?3'2:52:fi52fE'Ef52f2:: ,,:1:.: s3i5iEf22E22f:a?rEfi Your Friends r -- ,-1-:--:rv- - 11r.:. ,.,A,:.rr:,:,,,, , ,, CAFE Charlie and Loye Ann waiting while their groceries are sacked at Marshall's. MARSHALL'S Food Store Headquarters for Sherman, C-illiam, and Wasco County Farmers Phone 2191 The Dalles, Oregon PHILLIPS 66 Diesel Oil Stove Oil CASOLINE MOTOR OILS "Friendly Service" FRANK V. STAACK Distributor Phone 4061 The Dalles, Oregon WE STAY OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Larry, Ed, Joan and Chuck take time out for a coke. THE DALLES GREENHOUSE EDDINS MOTOR CO. "THE BOLTMANSH 118 E. 3rd Street Dial 3919 MERCURY-FORD-LINCOLN "For Flowers For Any Occasion" phone 3490 Laughlin sf. between iofh and 11th SERVICE LAUNDRY Cr CLEANERS For Friendly Courteous Service Call 2264 The Dalles, Oregon L. W. Hoover Pat Foley gyjylilrftmler visiting Penneys Friendly Ready-TO-Wear A student shopping center featuring these famous brands: 'ZT,?:jj'jQfa'gZZ jggg' NASH AIRFLYTE "Cherry Lane" w t s ea ers "Gaymode" hosiery "Swim-A-Way" swim suits "Cynthia" casual shoes Sales and Service The Dalles, Oregon I . ' The Store That Thrift Built The Dalles, Oregon WESTSIDE MARKET IT'S EASIER MEATS AND GROCERIES Service Station Cas 5' Oil Phone 3748 819 West Sixth- Street The Dalles, Oregon HERMAN'S MEN'S STORE Better Clothes for Less 4OI East 2nd The Dalles TO PLAN AHEAD WITH MONEY IN THE' BANK There's no substitute for a Bank savings ac- count. Open your account today. We're open IO to 5 including Saturday. THE DALLES BRANCH Fl ST nrnorm. nun c 5 Ol PORTLAND 'urs uma onoou roomnr Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ARDEN ICE CREAM ARDEN FARM COMPANY ADAM'S PAINT STORE "Buy Your Paint AI' a Paint Store" PAINTS-WALLPAPER-VENETIAN SLINDS Corner Third and Union Streets Phone 3622 The Dalles, Oregon To the Class of 'Sl we wish you -all a happy and prosperous future WALTHER-WILLIAMS COMPANY Dodge and Plymouth Cars and Dodge "Job-Rated Trucks" Goodyear Tires-Sales Cr Service THE DALLES coma: sl-lor PHONE 22,3 A. M. WILLIAMS ff COMPANY Established l87O Youth Craft Coats, Suits, Dresses For Young Women Clothcraft Suits, Coats, Toppers For Young Men Red Cross Shoes For Women Florsheim Shoes For Men The Dalles, Oregon Shop the Modern, New EASTH I LL FOOD CENTER Your One-Stop Shopping Center Self-Service Meats-Refrigerated Vegetables and Dairy Products l I I3 Kelly Ave. The Dalles, Oregon BANK HOTEL and CELILO ROOM POT-'N-BRUSH The Dalles Most Complete Paint Store 308 V2 Washington St. Phone 3536 Vurla and Les Hillman Paint Contracting Paints Wallpaper Art Suppl ies Compliments of Leonard Smith Er Stanley Krueger CALLAWAY'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Union at Third The Dalles, Oregon THE CROWN CO. of Portland Jewelry-Announcements-Club Pins Dehen Award Sweaters and Lord Jeff Mm Phone 2461 322 E. 2nd St. USE YOUR CREDIT STIPE FURNITURE COMPANY 'Third 6' Washington Sts. The Dalles, Ore. Phone 3300 Air Time is fun time with this trio KODL Always enjoyable listening for young and old alike. Your LBS Station serving the Mid-Columbia area. KERR GIFFORD Cr CO., INC. The Dalles, Oregon Feed and Crain "A Feed for Every Need" Typewriters Adding Machines cash Registers MID-COLUMBIA TYPEWRITER CO. "BY A DAM SITE" Everything For The Office 6l2 E. SECOND ST. THE DALLES, ORE. PHONE 2738 NEWS AND PICTURES Of the Mid-Columbia Special Military Rate One Year for S2 THE DALLES OPTIM IST "The City's Only Home-Owned Newspaper" ln Oregon, S35 Outside, S350 JOHN BONN'S FOOD STORE 516 W. 9th Street A COMPLETE FOOD MARKET Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Free Delivery-Phone 3966 - urthwesl Liquefied Has llnmpany Butane - Propane Natural Gas Service Beyond the Mains Domestic, Commercial, and Industrial Appliances Wedgwood and Tappan Cas Ranges General Gas Water Heaters Servel Cas Refrigerators Hamilton Cas Clothes Dryers Cas Automatic Furnaces W. J, lBilll SWICK, Owner REACH FOR HOLSUM "The bread with goodness in every slice" Your Home Owned Bakery HOLSUM BREAD CO. The Dalles, Oregon The Dalles Branch THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL ELITE STUDIO E. H. OLMSTEAD, Prop. BANK "Finest Studio in Eastern Oregon" of Portland Oregon COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE Dial 2848 The Dalles The Dalles, Oregon MORROW'S REXALL DRUGS Geo. C. Blakeley Cr Co. Prescriptions-Gifts-Novelties Phone 2531 The Dalles, Oregon THE DALLES SODA WORKS INC. "The Home of Your Favorite Beverage" 800 East Second St. The Dalles, Oregon SPENCER 8 LIBBY Owned and Operated by Donald L. Spencer-Kenneth D. Libby The Dalles Independent Funeral Directors IIOO Kelly Ave. The Dalles, Oregon STADELMAN HARDWARE CO. Wilson's Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle-Guns Ammunition-Quality Tools Bob wearing a Stradivari Sportshirt, Lord Jeff SU EFERT BROTHERS COMPANY Merrimac Brand Food Products The Dalles, Oregon "Caterpillar" Woolhara Sweater and Day's Kam Suede and Trousers. John Deere For The Best In Men's Wear Shop With I 'lr Interstate RALPH BRACE L Tractor 4l3 East Znd The Dalles, Ore. , G Equipment Hart Shaffner Er Marx Bostonian Shoes Th D H McGregor Sportswear Van Heusen Shirts e a es' White Stag Sportswear Lord Jeff Sweaters Oregon BRADY'S GROCERY Phil and Minor Brady All 422 E. 2nd sf. Phone 2169 WAlZ'.f,.'f5.fw'TEfM'l'FRS "THE FRIENDLY STORE" 'Save with S Cr H Green Stamps" The Dalles, Oregon PHONE 2345 2l4 E THIRD STREET THE DALLES. OREGON MODE O'DAY Lillian La Voie-Owner 202 V2 East 2nd The Dalles, Oregon llvrarlfizer pianos - So Arcardfans The music JACK GARRETT luvnx Packard fluff - Spur! G. IS. Rmlins Rox.- aoa wAsH1Ns1oN s'rnEE'r THE DALLES, OREGON PHONE 2091 BUICK With Dynaflow Drive CMC TRUCKS With Truck. Engines SERVICE MOTOR CO. SOI E. 2nd The Dalles Mary Black and Harriet Brock pricing a pearl necklace at Tyack's. TYACK'S 416 E. 2nd RQD FINNEWS For the name you know Sporting Qoods Th l T k' e P ace to go- Vac 5 Phone 2595 212 E. znd Hamilton - Gwen The Dalles, Oregon Elgin - Wyler Bulova Keepsake Diamonds in-adn HARRY'S RADIO SERVICE Motorola Home and Auto Radios SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF RADIOS I The Dalles, Oregon 5I2 W. 9th Street Phone 2928 -in Bob, Jerry and Bart inspect a I95I 180 horse-power I Chrysler New Yorker. Wfecks Rebuilf THE DALLES EQUIPMENT , Automotive Class and Upholstery Painting I Dial 3939 Fourth C1 Laughlin Sts. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH The Dalles, Oregon West Columbia Highway The Dalles, Oregon I gm, v. .img 1- ur f I: - 7.-.W si "7'fa..?.,x A,x','Q-.xfvg we vygxw, ,Ny M Aw., rs-Wy w . ,vw M df 'Lvff 2 . -Q. ,V , 1--4 X. mf fx: ,- 1 f " U. .X , '- 4' afff,-w,.4 K fbvf .8 54 3 .q. ff, 1 , ge 1 , , rgf ,Q'4'fw1"Q,?' ' rx A y' n2'x'5:.Xk:lr 5 A 'f 'il' ' r 4 f I ,",ffvg1,.r ff? .pf .lx 'ggivbqf 1 I' 'x Q' -1 fflk' ,X J' APA? 'tv fri, Q 5 f if-IAN' if.. Q- . 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The couples danced away an evening of sheer contentment to the enchanting music of jimmy Whetmore and his Hollywood hand amid a setting of ferns, palm trees, and real trop- ical flowers, flown in for the oc- casion from Hawaii. enior anciuef Am! ZZ, ff Friday evening May 5, found the seniors gathered in the little theater room to enjoy the long awaited banquet, which honors graduating senior. The theme "ALICE IN XVONDERLAND' was cleverly carried out in the table decorations. jim Huskey, class presi- dent, acted as Master of Ceremonies for the program which followed the sumptuous meal. "XVonderland" became a reality when the seniors and their friends entered Kurtz gymnasium for the ball. "Mad Hatter Hats" and a "Wl1at's it Treen set the atmosphere for an evening of sheer joy. me lc an attractive background for so . H 6 r ,, d hey rabbi' m Llff an ..A A, . of the couvlcs' zzljtl. a- 1 gi- 'S akf' 7 I i x.. N 'Qs . 1-fxff X I ee- .Al g O5 ti Q-JQH'-if I 'I Q fiw '49 'f"?f 2 tj . 5 A ,' 5 Q fn! -md ....- 'Hd' R K L, JIAI ur RJ ,gn HZL91iFIf senfhr r II glm preszlf 0f p 5 var 4' eng und: ' W1 rlz and Fm so nces me of W?Yl1I21ns flied fnbndg, el J K P ' 'W 'gk 1 RJ . all Q24 Q, rake nine 3 P , wg' mf ,WW M' 1 M 1' 1' ,I 1- ,P . Q13 if' " 44' 5: A .4 V' A N . , ,Y.K f QQ- 1 .def f ,QQ 'gg' '. x 'l 9 . fl NICK WHEELER Valediclorian National Honor Society Scholarshipg Schench Scholarshipg Kiwanis Out- standing Boy Awardg Bausch- Lomb Awardg Science Scholarship and Talent Search Plaque. Ouffifancbng eniora TONY SARSFIELD Salutatorian JIM HUSKEY Edward Ward Jr. Memorial Schol- arship. 4 RITA VERLANIC Soroptimist Scholatshipg Eastern Oregon College of Education Schol- arshipg Beta Sigma Phi Outstanding Girl Awardg Future Homemakers of America Plaqueg D.A.R. Certifi- CHIC. 1951 1 ere af ofa sl 1 QV E L.. 101 Q MOMWT bf U' I, STU I HLAD bmquat WCS L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-.-.t... . . . . . . ......-I.............................-...-.....'. . ... . Fin! Row: 1. W. Woolwine, A. Dingley, L. Larson, B. Hyde, R. Bourlanrl, M. Ranslam, M. Risfhau, J. McCleary, Second Row: Mgr., G. Geiszler, W. Willet, R. Burch, rac j. Williams, B. Wright, D. Yount. I. Ellet, Coach C. Butterfield. The Dalles thinclads placed fourth in the District meet at Bend, and sent J. W. Woolwine and Bob Hyde to the State meet at Corvallis. Firrt Rout D. U'Ren, D. Wells, S. Spickerman, V. johnson. Second Row: S. Stadel- . man, j. Halstead, D. Lee, Coach T. Sarpola, E. Kohler, F. Williams, H. Clark. ennld Third Row: B. Anthony, B. Griffith, Ci Byers, R. Cook, D. Speaks. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'- . . . . . . . . . ... ...'. ..... .'. .-...i--............. .',',','.',','.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'. . .'. . .'. .'. . . . . ..... .--i. .k,.if Zbzljgglflf We They We They Stevenson ,,,,,,. ,..A... 1 1 0 Pendleton ....,.. .,,,... 4 1 La Grande .,...,A.. ,....,. 3 0 Pendleton ..,,,.. .1 l 2 La Grande ....... ,..,... 4 3 Mac Hi .....,..,........ .,,. F orfeited Baker ........,. 1 0 Mac Hi 4.,......,......,......,,,.. Forfeited Baker ............... ....... 9 2 Pendleton Playoff ..,......... 3 0 Hermiston 2 3 Vale Playoff ...,......,.A.....,,,. 4 2 Hermiston ..,..,. .,..... 4 3 State Playoff Hood River 1 0 Albany .,,,,,,,,l ,,,,,,, 9 0 Hood River l 5 Oregon City ,.........,,.. 0 3 Hood River 5 1 Medford ,l,,,.,, ,,,,.,, 3 7 Hood River ,....t,,, ,,l,,,, 0 6 Hood River. 7 0 District 2 Champions Eastern Oregon Champions Blue Mountain League Champions State Third Place Fin! Row: Mgr. -I. Albert, j. Kincheloe, J. Spiekerman, J. D. Page. Second Row: Mgr. D. Haynes, C. May, E Umess M Davidson, J. Utness, 1. Lundell, D. Wray, T. Zeigelman, Wfalsh, A. Sarsfield, B. Berry, I.. Gardner, Coach B Newcomer v F .fx k N ef K N52 Se . 3355 Q 3 Q 5 , f 'H f-zf .P A HSSP sas Ni we if 5 gi, , .Tgxqyw g or if .on .4 ni x g :5.. 8 S ' ss , e - ,412 fb 5'1'1'u2?m?--" is . Hefsi' Q , V 1 it if ,S K as 5 fm 'dx - i 7 s - 5 M , , """'w-W ,KKK WN A IS :rf N, 'Pl '?iif'fa .mmmff -5 gg, ff. 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Second St. I: THE DALLES, OREGON THE DALLES DRIVE-IN Curb Service 4 p.m. to I2 p.m Open Daily "We Make 'Em To Go" Phone 2070 Bev busy sewing the gang at the Drive-ln. BOSTON SHINE PARLOR MAIER'S MARKET MODERN MOTOR SERVICE MONAHAN AND LEAVITT .IEWELERS MOTOR SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT NEWHOUSE JEWELRY PEOPLE'S UTILITY DISTRICT PINK'S UNION STREET GROCERY RABENS' MUSIC STORE ROTH PRODUCE COMPANY THE TEPEE WERNMARK SHOE STORE BOLTON STUDIO Finest in Modern Portraiture BURKE MOTOR COMPANY DeSoto Plymouth CARTER BODY AND FENDER SHOP West Columbia River Highway-Phone 6442 DAVIES DRUG COMPANY "A Friendly Place To Trade" DlCK'S TEXACO SERVICE Friendly, Courteous Service DOANES ELECTRIC SHOP Motor Winding Repairing DONNELL'S DRUG STORE Phone 3606 The Dalles, Oregon ECONOMY MARKET AND GROCERY 4l2 East 2nd Street E. L. JUELL AND SONS Welding Machine Work LITI'I.E'S SHELL SERVICE STATION I-I. F. McKEE AGENCY "Be At Ease With McKee's" .IESSIE'S FLOWER SHOP 200 East 2nd Phone 3231 KELLY AVENUE GROCERY Hugh Creighton KUCK AND BONNEY Saddles Leather Goods PASHEK'S GARDENS General Nursery Stock PETERSON PONTIAC CO. Sales and Complete Service R. A. TWISS Frigidaire Sales and Service S 6 M FLYING SERVICE The Dalles Municipal Airport SPROUSE-REITZ CO., INC. Limited Price Variety Stores THE DALLES PHARMACY 300 East 2nd THE HOSPITAL PHARMACY Prescriptions THE PARIS APPAREL I Fashion Center of the Mid-Columbia C. H. URNESS MOTORS Studebaker Sales G Service WEBBERS CLEANERS 4l2 Wash. St. Phone 3333 WEIGELT BROS. BOOK STORE "Headquarters For School Supplies" WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY "Save With Safety" CRAIG OFFICE SUPPLY 404 E. 3rd Phone 3969 "lf lt's For The Office, Call Us" GARTNER'S FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Cutting Wrapping Curing Phone 3218 205 Jefferson SUNSET FEED STORE Poultry And Livestock Feeds Phone 2603 I000 West 6th Street THE DALLES NATURAL GAS COMPANY Ranges Water Heaters f'li,g'1.T'j WK QQ QMLEMQ Q Jw ,QWQW Qfwfggk f 01 "Q:-..2l1:f-f+..., VM Zfijffff Z"?575ifiY'K . ' 'Kei GEMM WWW WM .Nw Mk K MVN KNQ Mg BNNM ,y,,,,XRxNxx. 23-fav WMS kyqfa, 65 CD53 49' X Qi ji:-dVL,Vn' Lf, g'5E2f1l"L?f ,W WMA W JQXWWW ?592QQ7wf W ffm ZW 1 3 DL UV? M Emgwffwa Mx 4 X . V Mi ig JM Ulfwgjw' lb 2 5 fzdgmj Q 3 51 n I3 5 I F -fl. f' Wf . xp, 'tif kyh ,fs rigs' ,1 Lax ,ff Q A -i ,V f V q- f' fgwiig, DW-wgbad. ""'f'?1M4Li+f9 if, A Q bupi Elf C2+ k - ,. 1 I Q 1 ' ' - V f' Mix' 'Jf'f'Vs?j ff , 4 WJ ff' jw , ,..4 iff A.,A. A if7f?Aj,5f,,, ' gf fy " W ' wfifggyw , . wfjylfffu 0xt,F Unf anlvfvfli ' KN W B! Qi?


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