Twin City High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Stanwood, WA)

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A bird that calls forth respect and admiration rather than af- fection. Only when a group of Cardinals are sil- houetted against new fallen snow do we forget all else and truly see their superior beauty. So it is to the Cardinal that we pay our most sincere respect an ope that the way in which we have used this bird as our guide thro gh ut this annual will truly exemplify its many virtues. y pp S N C IHINTENT Introduction Admini st ration ACt1V1t1eS Sports Page Page page page ,, X F - i X fl X 77' Classes ....... page AIIMI l TRATIO .pw Kev.. -.V ,... 6 'B--5 9 A' MR. FISCH MRS. DAVISON Superintendent Vice -Principal -I 3.1 MR, PACHARD Principal Tl IN CITY 'CHO0Ii IHIAI-ill Members of the Twin City School District Board of Directors have Worked diligently during the past year studying and solving the many problems coming before the board. Perhaps the big- gest achievement was getting the elementary building program underway, so that construction on the two new units will start during the coming year. Members of the Board include: Mr. H. Allan Anderson who is Chairmang Mr. Arthur Killiang Mr. Roy Pearsong Dr. R. C. Fishery and Mr. Otto Gilbertson, who came on the board in March, replacing Mr. Jake Laan. Mrs. Bertha O. Joergenson is board clerk and administrative secretary. 4 , YM., FACULTY ,, BACHER, SARA Home Economics r - an ff ',, ,K , s . v ,ig ,, X., , , . 4 ,, . U-FKA' v"'i"'0v' .-z" '- . il,- BERG, MARGON Industrial Arts, Driving ' 5 4 A 5. A KIRK, MARGARET KIRK' RQY Library, Advanced Math Social Studies f 5, .gl 'norm 2 my is : K Xi.. YW ...- ' BERCE, ETTA MAE Latin nO K ,. HUTTON, FYDELLA Girls' P.E., Jr. Busine N fi ,ov MCCORMICK, FRANCES SS Typing , Shorthand , Bookkeeping .5- MAI lNKEY, RAYMOND English, Coach ff Q A OWEN, LAWRENCE Chorus ' QT - ,M Q- Q f A3 ' 'bf ' I VS "' f ,Y 'Y , Q, 4 X if - -,, -. X 5 ff J' POLIS, HENRY SCODELLER, REGINALD Agriculture Boys' P.E., Biology, Coach fri 'QQ , fr N'-' 2 as ' x - 1 Qt C X SIDDLE, SARA IDU SNYDER, WINFIELD English, Spanish Physics, Speech, Journalism Algebra, Typing, and Drama FACULTY fn, f fri ' 4""'Q xV, E VAN GASKEN, MARK Instrumental Music C xii L A kj S S w 4..-5 4, Ar uv sffwg 1 nal ,., -.- N0 UR'-'V , . - - ' u , 5 t "' ..,,1l2ukwff 'ss Q nm 'rf' Z.Q.'u-4.1 .V , ., , 1 xv s ,,,,.. 1 1 , l 1-o '4 I 4-5 1-N :A x . -ld A' I . ., N 4f'2,f-+P ' que- 1 sw , . .,, 4,5 ff ir, - -, . , ,L+ ,,,,- .fy , -' Y 4' ,- A-ff ' X7 1' K". ul f.- . .1- ,,,.bh. qwcf r ,Y in . ,V f -, x o n . . A . .,, x V ,,- E ff .1 ' JW.: o A 4 s ' ,,' 4 'fy AW- wa., F s 1 4 ,. , H. Q v , +V f-f' , x an 1- vw. s .1 . x ' 'Q Q3 .Jr L, 1 -f -5 I .J s . ,vb - tv 7 gy! :- " wt! nf '. ---..., --4, -...- -L., ' ' g- , -g ':',t-ii.-an-q-,..., -1.....,, .-.....,,, --...Q -......,,,,, ---........i,,, --0-....... -4....., ' -----......,-i......,.,... -...... ,9- il is- al. K-w ,- nw 4"4 ps 8 1-me vs'-Ns vu... -1-- flf' 3' W' .. ..4 - .' fi? v 1939.7-'y! I I -N hernia: f - w-ff? '. N '-', :Ti 'A Q, .,.. ' V sal- v--i 4.3. LA- '.- , ', al -0' , A wus 'T' . . . ,. ,, - . QPU a A. was S f, -'I FRE IIME 1 Vit-SQL. A . Q On September I, eighty-five f-ri-.4 little Cardinal eggs were found lying in a nest called Twin City High School. You could tell by the color of the shell, that these eggs showed great promise. These little parcels were wel- comed by the second year Cardinals at a Frosh-Sophomore party early in September. During the year they sold candy and coke at all the home games, and also took care of the coke machine. They gave a very successful mixer, re- tum party for the Sophomores, and initated a Fresh- man Parent's Night. We have a feeling that these little j ' . -ga? it s t ll' birds will break through their shells and do amazing things. J I FIX, fu -411 FRONT Row qtefr rolzighry: Jerry Sande, Presidentg Roger Floe, Treasurer: Mike Leroni, Secretary: lim Haba, Board of Control Representative . BACK ROW: Mrs, Kirk, Mr. Van Gasken, advisors. ,t..,,,.,., - -MQ Q 'W"", r,......w X ,, ,,., 4,-ua i ....--l ,,....- 1 ...-,. ,......N- - ..,.....- ......- : ,gnu ......-- A .....-we 1-f-wg A N.-m ........f- sf'-1' si'-"'.....1 ....,... . ....... . E Lat ....,,., I .,....- ...ha--ff : ,,.....Q-"" -J... : - ........- . 'K 2 """ iit, LS ""....N - , ,g : 3: Z Z " V ..- - 21 - ...mn KI' an , an , ,W , .-an M M., .ey at as .af ,mamma .W .,,.c.--me .,r y is W T' "" "' X "3 , ... . ,W Ti "' " ' ' A Z1 ia 2' 'F I -'3 E F A' mf 5 W sr'::.:1-:Tri g ri-'QI 3 - -3 ,Q -N 'x.:.."' 1: S 'If' ,. - X 1- --..... zz s : ii: -H ' ..- 'F C' ,-1. un : 1 ix 311 'YC BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Clifford Larson, David Roger, Floyd Templeton, Joe Pelky, Jack Keitel, Harry Warner, lack Pearson, Kenneth Pollock. SECOND ROW: Mr. Owen, advisorg Colleen Wahl, Jeanie Nelson, Betty Lundberg, LaVonne Moen, Gertrude Von Moos, Helen Kittelson, Ray Orcutt, Danny McCormick, John Srnistad, Arnet Hagen. FIRST ROW: Nicki Norbach, Naomi Ramsey, Carol Reuble, Beverly Twing, Carolyn Schei, lo Ann Rurnsey, Grace Myers. 0l'll0M0llll l' 2 The tiny Cardinal birds called Sophomores were still a little unsteady on their feet as they entered their second year of high school, but through sponsoring their many activities they grew sturdy and strong by 10 the end of the year. They welcomed the Freshman at a party in the fall. They also sold coke and candy at home games, sponsored a mixer, had a car wash, and sponsored a bake sale. I2'Y'U-H""'if.'2"7I"7 f '-' .Wm-...f-4 M... i ........,.+...-4-""""""" :Zi- N hw.. fx, .CU ' 'Y ' V41 '1 ,,f in My BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Donald Hagen, Carter Byson, Ernest Dalleske, Matt Kjelstad, Wayne Bjerkness, Eddie Cohee, Alvin Danielson, Lyle Bray. SECOND ROW: Steve Fortson, Dennis Rathbun, Roger Iverson, Jerry Miner, Lance Johnson, Jack Lanstra, Harold Mellum, Mary Albert, Pat Bachofner, Jean Aalmo, Mr. Berg, advisor. FIRST ROW: Saundra Davenport, Helen Ellingson, Lila Garberg, Thelma Johnson, Juanita Campbell, Barbara Boursaw, Janet Brudvik, Irene Gunerius. 0Pll0M0llll BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Mr. Berg, advisor: Donald Hagen, Presi- Secretaryg Pat Bachofner, Treasurerg Colleen Wahl, Board of Control Representative. dentg John Smistad, Vice President: Mr. Owen, advisor. FRONT ROW: Mary Albert, j ' 'Y -as-.rg ...-3:2 sei---1"f.."-: SEV' T E E1-E'z3uu.,, mask 1 u-can-L1 I , Q X hi as 9g- X 1 us ':' Iv y X 2 JU l0ll ,fj By the time the Cardinals reached their Junior year, they were firm in their stance. They tried taking a flight to Seattle one day, but got their wings clipped on the retum tripl I 1 They were prosperous in the rest of their activities, however, and sponsored a mixer, a Junior-Senior Banquet, Junior Prom, Decorated for Baccalaureate and Graduation, and sold ice cream bars at the home games. -'-Q CLASS Ill 'l'0llY We the Senior Cardinals of Twin City High School, have finished our four stages of growth, and are ready to fly away and take our place among the distinguished Cardinals who have gone before us. ln memory of our class we would like to leave with you, as those before us have done, a brief story of the many things we have ac- complished during our stay at T. C. li. S. In the year nineteen hundred and fifty-one we were laid in the nest called Twin City High School. Loren Gilbertson guided us through our first exciting year with the assistance of Jim Nowak, Marie Hoines, and Don Simonson. We sponsored a mixer, sold ice cream bars at home games, and gave a return party for the Sophomores in the spring. When we broke through our shells and started our second year of high school, we elected Lee Clark as our leader and Walt Von Moos, Margaret Anderson, and Annette Gilbertson to assist. By this time we were a little more steady on our feet and gave a welcome party for the Freshmen, sponsored a mixer, sold candy and hot dogs at the games, and started a new activity, a talent show. It was a big undertaking, but also a big success. When the '53 rolled around we were pretty sure of our footing and ready to take over partial leadership of our flock. To guide us through the year we selected the following officers: Walter Von Moos, president, Ardlyn Afseth, vice president, Paul Borseth, secretary, and Margaret Anderson, treasurer. Everyone worked especially hard this year. and the class sponsored most of the main activities for the year. Among these activities were selling hotdogs at all home games, sponsoring a mixer, giving a talent show, a Junior Prom, and a Junior-Senior Banquet. We also decorated for Baccalaureate and Commencement. Many ofour classmates also took part in Student Day. After completing three successful years in our nest it at last became our turn to "rule the roost". lt took a lot of thought in electing those officers best suited to show us through our last year, and after much consideration we came up with the following: Jim Nowak, Annette Gilbertson, lo Anne Blakesley, Paul Borseth, and Mike Zuppe. We, as superior birds, began to give quite a bit of thought to our scholastic standing. Upon graduation, out of forty-five students, fourteen were graduated as honor students. Of course one of our biggest projects of the year was our Senior Ball for which we used the theme, "Hawiian Cruise". The Senior Play, "The Family Upstairs", was a huge success and brought in a nice little "nest egg". We also had a very successful class day, and a pic- nic that was loads of fun at Lake Wilderness. Next came Baccalaureate, and last but by no means least. graduation. On graduation night we went on a wonderful cruise through the San Juan Islands. This cruise was a gift from our parents, who have done so very much for all of us, and to whom we wish to express our deepest appreciation. As you, our fellow-classmates, friends, and parents read this class history, we the class of "55" will be flying away into new horizons of promise, opportunity and good fortune. 14 Y ARNOLD AALMO: "Teachers and classrooms were his only objections to an education." Coke Boy Ig Chorus 1,3, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 33 Letterman 2, 3. ARDLYN AFSETH: "And as she appeared music filled the air." Torch Honor 2, 3,4, Sec. 3, Girls' Club Sec. 4, Class Vice Pres. 3, Cardinal Flash 3, Band I,2g Student Day 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Drill Team 4, Girls' State 3, All School Re- view I . MARGARET ANDERSON: "To be interesting you have to have a sense of humor." Torch Honor 2,3,4g G.A.A. 2, 3,4, Drill Team I,2, 3,4, Leader 4, Chorus Ig Jr. Red Cross 2, Class Treas. 3, As- sembly Com. 2, Letterwoman 3, 4, Senior Play 4, All School Review Ig Student Day 4, Class Sec . 2. Il IOIl -, Q"'JP' T ! I . MARILYN ANDERSON: "Life is just a happy rhyme, to live be happy all the time." Torch Honor 2,3,4p A.S.B. Program Chairman 3, A.S.B. Rep. I, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, G.A.A. Treas. 3, Chorus I, Letterwomen 2, 3,4, Drill Team I, 2, 3, Yell Leader 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Band I,2,3, Board 33 Girls' Glee 2,3,4g Triple Trio 2, 3,4, Cardinal Flash 2, 3,4, Editor 4, All School Review Ig Student Day 4, Office 4, Majorette 3, Music Festival Ig Career Day 3, Student Leaders Conference 4. JOHN BAILEY: "Who ever said ignorance is bliss never took an English test." Projector Operator I, 2, 3, Boys' Service Club Ig Chorus 2, Librarian 2,3, Lettermen 2, 3. Nw 11' D' in.. k,f"2!.:.' Og . , 'V' .4 E X sf 5 , . ig Ss , A3-4 s.. IO ANNE BLAKESLEY: "Every- body's Pal." Girls' Service Club I, Girls' Club Rep. 3, Class Sec. 4, Chorus 3, AllSchool Review I. E in VFP UFFICER LEFT TO RIGHT, Mrs. Davison, Ad- visor, Paul Borseth, Treasurer, Mike Zuppe, Sergeant at Arms, Annette Gilbertson, Vice-President, Jim Nowak, President, Jo Anne Blakesley, Secretary, Mr. Snyder, Advisor. DARLENE BURGAN: "Happi- ness and friendliness go hand in hand." Entered from Centralia 3. Band 3. JIM CREIGHTON: "His thoughts are a mystery to all." Torch Honor 2, 35 Student Day 35 Band 2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 25 Projector Operator 2, 35 Calendar Com. 3. MARGARET DODGSON: "In her heart is thoughtfulness beyond compare . " Student Day 45 Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor 45 Torch Honor 2, 3, 4. ANNETTE GILBERTSON: "Al- ways first when it comes to sportsmanship . " G.A.A. I, 2,3,45 Sec. 35 Letterwoman 2,3,4: Pres. 45 Drill Team I,2,3,45 Chorus 1, 35 Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Tri- ple Trio 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee 3,45 Pres. 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 Class Treas. 25 Sec. 35 Senior Play 45 Student Day 45 All School Review 15 Leaders' Con. 4. 71 PAUL BORSETH5 "Quietness is a virtue that is flattering to few." Torch Honor 2,3,45 Student Day 45 Class Sec. 35 Treas. 45 Chorus I5 F.F.A. I. ALICE ANN BOTTEN: "A good performance requires a lot of thought." Torch Honor 25 Band I, 2,35 Drill Team 1,2,3,45 All School Review I. CLARENE BOWER: "Shew0uld stop St. Peter to ask a ques- tion." A.S.B. President 45 A.S.B. Rep. 35 G.A.A. 15 Drill Team 35 Chorus I5 Librarian 25 Jr. Red Cross 25 Girls'Glee 2, 35 Leaders' Conference 45 Office Staff 35 Cardinal Flash 3,45 Career Day 35 Girls' State 3. LOREN GILBERTSON: "If personality makes a man then a man am I. " Football 2, 3,45 Basketball 2, 3,45 Baseball 2,35 Track I,2, 3, 45 Letterman I , 2, 3, 45 Cardinal Flash I5 Class Pres. 15 Board of Con. Rep. I5 A.A.B. V. Pres. 45 Torch Honor 2,35 V. Pres. 35 Boys' Service Club 25 Jr. Red Cross 25 Student Day 35 Boys' Club Rep. 35 Annual Staff 3,45 Letterman Sec . 45 Leaders' Conference 45 Youth Views The News 4. DAVID HANSON: "Hold the fort, l'm coming." Chorus 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU HANSEN: "And her eyes were like stars in the night." Drill Team I,2, 3,45 Chorus I5 G.A. A. 2,3,45 Letter- woman 3,4. GARY HIGGINS: "Time and the tardy bell wait for no man." Football 2, 3,4, Basketball manager 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3,4, Lettermen I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Club Vice Pres. 33 Chorus 2, 3. MARIE HOINES: "Her many virtues true to say, are al- ways pleasing every day." Girls' Club Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Class Sec. Ip Cardinal Flash 3, Band I, 2,3, Board 2, Of- fice 4, Student Day 3,4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Drill Team 4, Career Day 3, Leaders' Con- ference 4. LEIF HOLMES: "I have often heard him say he admired women." F.F.A. I,2,3,4, Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Chorus I. Nu, E lllll LUELLA KRAMLICH: "In her quiet ways she makes her many friends." Girls' Glee 2, 3,4, Office 4, Chorus 3, 4. BEVERLY LEQUE: "No task does she decline." G.A.A. I,2,3,4, V. Pres. 3, Letterwoman 3,4, V. Pres. 4, Girls' Club V. Pres. 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Chorus 3, Glee Club 4, Triple Trio 4, Office 4. SKIPPER LIEN: "A spark of mischief in his eye, but un- derneath a real swell guy." Football 2, 3,4, Letterman 2, 3,4, F.F.A. I, Jr. Red Cross 2, Chorus 3. x'? ...E ,QL ,Q-ai R 5. ' s Q ' - fg- , . 1 ' - f QM :Asap- WAYNE JACOBSON: "The aisle to graduation, is the road to life. Baseball I,2,3,4, Letterman 1,2 3,4, Boy's Service Club 3. JERRY JENSEN: "He came to learn his lessons well, and now he leaves of them to tell. " Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Torch Honor 2, 3, 4, Boys' Service Club 3, Boys' State 3, Student Day 4, Youth Views The News. SUE ANN JOHNSON: "Never trouble Trouble, till Trouble troubles you." A.S .B. Program Chairman 4, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Sec. 4, Drill Team I,2,3,4: Jr. Red Cross 2, Band I, 2,3, Chorus I, 3, Girls' Glee 2,3,4g Cardinal Flash 2,3,4, Music Festival 2, All School Review I, Student Day 4. JEAN KIRK: "She has well earned her place in the sun." Torch Honor 2, 3, 4, Library I, 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Girls' Service Club I, Cardinal Flash 3, G.A.A. 2,3, Letter- woman 3,4, Student Day 4, All School Review I, Career Day 3. ,ga IU? 'U' of-"' 'iii -lux v lnmbt -ali A3 "Nt f iq-'-f Sk I iv' hqgivf 'Z' + ,..Q,i. , ' as me .f""' f 4 , . .rf ' sn, . .. 2. Qlkfb f ,Q Q' 7"""r Q Suv Q' 1 CT N ,E 5 I ,z x a . IIM NOWAK: "Joke with me and it is true, the joke will always be on you." Torch Honor 2, 3, 4: Class V. Pres. I: Pres. 4: Football I,2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,4: Track 2,3, 4: Letterman I,2, 3, 4: Boys' Service Club 2: Jr. Red Cross 2: Student Day 3,4: A.S.B. Sec. 3: Boys' Club Sgt. -at-Arms 3: Pres. 4: Letterman V. Pres. 4: Leaders' Conference 4. PAULA ODEGARD: "Depend- able and neat, a matter of good taste. " Band I,2, 3: Girls' Club Rep. 2: Music Festival 2: Office 4: Senior Play 4. LAURANCE OTTERSON: "The wrong way always seems more reasonable . " Basketball 2, 3, 4: Projector Operator I: Boys' Service Club I: Chorus I: Letterman 2,3, 4: Football 4. EVELYN RAMSEY: "She's little but she's wise and smiling is her prize . " Chorus I,2,3: Jr. Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee 2: Store 2,3, Office 4. ., L. 'A F ,vig I Nu' ww' 12. Q fy " X. 'f - ' , 2 . . ,,,.., V... i' wi an 4 . i ue, -qjfr BESSIE MARTIN: "In the end the meek shall inherit the earth." Chorus I,2, 3. NANCY MARTIN: "A wink of her eye and trouble disappears. Class Sgt. -at-Arms 2: G.A.A. I, 2,3,4: Pres. 4: Letterwoman 3,4: Band 1,2,3,4: Girls' Glee 2,3,4: Sec. 4: Triple Trio 3,4: Ir. Red Cross 2. ARNIE MELUM: "The same today and forever, just as true as steel." Football 3,4: Chorus I, 3: F.F.A. I: Letterman 3,4. ll l0ll X l9o' BETTY RUA: "You'll miss her when she's not around." Chorus r,2,3, Board 3:G.A.A. r, 2,3,4: Office 2: Letter- woman 3, 4. JACK SHELTON: "When he speaks everyone shall listen. " Projector Operator 2, 3: Boys' Service Club 2, 3: Junior Red Cross 2. DON SIMENSON: "The world will welcome him with open arms. " Class Treas. I: Boys' Service Club 33113 Red Cross 2: Base- ball 1,2,3,4: Letterman I,2, 3,4: Football Announcer 3,4: Boys' Club Cabinet 4. JERRY SMALL: "That's as well as ifl said it myself." F.F.A. I,2,3,4: Pres. 4: V. Pres. 3: Sec. 2: Projector 5.5 ' Operator I: Torch Honor 2, I Q ' 3, 4: Student Day 3,4: Board --A of Con. Rep. 4: Senior Play4. , JUDY SUNDBERG: "A friend P to a friend in need." HX Chorus 1.2. 3, 4: Girls' Glee 4. Wa' GERALD THOMSEN: "1 get 5' hidden ta1ents." F.F.A. I,2,3,4. Sl Q- SE Hill , 1 WALTER VON MOOS: "A man among, occasionally among women." F.F.A. l,2,3,4: Pres. 3: Projector Operator I: Letter- man 2,3,4: Pres. 3: Boys'Club Treas. 3: V. Pres. 4: Lead- ers' Conference 4. MARY JANE WEINMAN: "Her smile a lovely work of art will penitrate a handsome heart." Torch Honor 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4: A.S.B. Treas. 4: Annual Staff 3,4: Song leader 3,4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Letterwoman 2, 3, 4: Drill Team I,2: Jr. Red Cross 2: Band I,2,3: Chorus I,3: Girls' Glee 2: Cardinal Flash 2, 3,4: Music Festival 2: All School Review I: Student Day 4: Office 4: Leaders' Con- ference 4. CAMILE WEST: "She smiled on many, but loved only one. Torch Honor 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2,3: Office 4: Student Day 4. N ALLEN WRIGHT: "lf at first you don't succeed . . .just skip it." F.F.A. r,z,3,4. LARRY YNGVE: "l'm inlove with a beautiful gal. " Football Manager 3: Letter- men 3: All school Review I. MICHAEL ZUPPE: "Why should the devil have all the fun?" Projector Operator I: F.F.A. I: Ir. Red Cross 2: Track I: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Letterman I,2,3,4: Football 3,4: Program Com. 4: Senior Play 4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms 4. lt S s 021 P' , L NX 'T vi Y U 'x 'I fr fy 5 'EZ' Q Q '!,""' Ctr 59- 4- ,ga-5 I N f X , 'CI' sf- , T77 on Antonius 401- 'Qs cs 9' BA CK ROW fLeft to Righty: Marie Hoines, Jerry Small, Jerry Jensen, Jim Nowak, Paul Borseth, Loren Gilbertson, Mari- lyn Anderson. FRONT ROW: Jean Kirk, Mary Jane Weinman, Ardlyn Afseth, Annette Bilbertson, Margaret Dodgson, Camille West, Margaret Anderson. TDRDD AWARDS .DDDhHlWHP' Ardlyn Afseth Mary Jane Weinman Marie Hoines James Nowak Jerry Small Paul Borseth Laura Jean Kirk Annette Gilbertson Marilyn Anderson Margaret Anderson Margaret Dodgson Camile West Jerry Jensen PLAQUE AWARDS College of Puget Sound University of Washington Jackson College, Women's Division of Tuft College Andover Phillips Academy, One of two from state. Elks Scholarship Twin City Wives Scholarship Admitted to Stephens College Only a few from the state. Mary Jane Weinman Marilyn Anderson Laura Jean Kirk Jim Nowak Marilyn Anderson Nancy Martin Paula Odegard Amold Aalmo Ardlyn Afseth Marilyn Anderson Margaret Anderson John Bailey Paul Borseth Alice Ann Botten Clarene Bower James Creighton Margaret Dodgson Beverly Leque Nancy Martin Sue Ann Johnson Laura Jean Kirk Lowell Lien James Nowak Lourance Otterson Jack Shelton Don Simonson Jerry Small Walter Von Moos Mary Jane Weinman Camile West Annette Gilbertson Loren Gilbertson Gary Higgins Marie Hoines Lief Holmes Wayne Jacobsen Jerry Jensen Michael Zuppe DDJDRARY AWARD Margaret Dodgson Jack Shelton Mary Jane Weinman Walt Von Moos Annette Gilbertson Laura Jean Kirk Marilyn Anderson Citizenship Award D.A.A. - Good Citizenship Award Pugh Memorial Award Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Award Citizenship Award Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Award Attendance Award Salutatorian Medal Valedictoriang Clint Lee Trophy Inez Katuin Trophy . ,W 133' A ' -so-V Y' fa. -- , nm ,.z ? , ,"""'5' S" 'f'7L "Av Q.-.-ginng-nu: ii ii: liao "TQ: "gy ,Tzsf A I 23 JQX .. I jf, fm, 4. A.. Alas , i A 1, "W-1. 4 6 rmwjmfhge' :C-L l', ,, f - i Q, 9' 7s...A I 2' pf 7 . s .1 4 f D E A Q, 1 X U I D I M--l V I I Y I H U ii A "l I 'lI I Df l I H I "' l I f-L l H! -+5 l .3 I I I I 35, Illh lllll llll J' 13 BIMRDQ I CUNTIHI r.5a, ' r wi 'IUIV -, ,W ..4 s 4 A ..42 I ,l xi 9, M 5" U """'-----. ...., ns - 5 Q .I ,IV J -15 ,Q 'dl 1:1 ,cd A via - 1 fk"'....... 7:- ' W..- , STANDING fl eft to Rxghrj Ronald Ieosse Loren Grlberrson Don Srmonson Parrrcra Bachofner Jerry Jensen Duane Garner SEATED Rar1d1 Fornn Mary Jane Wemman Mrs Davrson Margaret Dodgson Mary Lu Odegard minors as I . Z NNUAL TAFF Ed1tor Margaret Dodgson As srstant Editor Randi For-tin School Ed1tOT Mary Jane Weinman Ass1stant School Ed1tor Mary Lu Odegard Business Manager. . . . . . .Loren Gilbertson Assistant Business Managers.. . ........ Ronald Fosse Patricia Bachofner Sports Editor ............... ...... D on Sirnonson Photographers. . . . . Jerry .lens en Duane Gainer Ronald Fosse Art Editor... . Margaret Dodgson Advisor Mrs Davison i . 3,4 , 1 il 512, i .J 3 y J 3. , . ' ' f S+ . I , , s L l , A h'i' V ' Il IQ 0 i 4, 45 f ftsgij .-,x fit ,umm F r'-5 STANDING fLeft to Righty: Mike Irvine, Annette Gilbertson, Bev Leque, Jean Kirk, Judy Soldberg, Betty Lundberg, Bev Twing, Jen- nifer Lucky, Agnes Simonseth, Judy Moritz, Nancy Martin, Mary Jane Weinman, Clarene Bower, Phyllis Ham, Anita Olsen, Nancy Ihde, Gertrude Von Moos, Helen Kittelson, Sandra Staylen, Jack Shelton. SITTING: Esther Edwins, Karen Anderson, Margaret Ander son, Judy Creighten, Joy Dodge, Mrs, McCormick, Advisorg Georgie Ann Hanson, Evelyn Monson, Pat Stovner, Marilyn Anderson, Mary Lu Odegard. Sue Arm Johnson, Janet Brudvik, Randi Fortin. PAPER STAFF We' FDIFURIAL STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. McCormick Advisor, Marilyn Anderson, Editorg Pat Stovner, Asst. Editor. ' X ' 'KP' , 'wmifcw 5' Z- BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Margaret Anderson, Sue Ann Johnson, Margaret Dodgson, Anderson, Jim Nowak, Jerry Jensen, Annette Gilbertson, Marie Hoines, Ardlyn Afseth, Jean Kirk, Camille West. SECOND ROW: Mrs, McCormick, Advisor, Lawrence Hall, David Pearson, Thomas Dodgson, Duane Gainer, Georgie Ann Hanson, Agnes Simon- seth, Judy Moritz, Evelyn Monson, Anita Olsen, Pat Stovner, Mary Lu Odegard, Ron Fosse, Randi Fortin, Mike Irvine, Jennifer Lucky. FRONT ROW: Don Hagen, Gertrude Von Moos, Juanita Campbell, Beverly Twing, Thelma Johnson, Mary Albert, Betty Lundberg, Lila Garberg, Pat Bachofner, Carolyn Schei, John Smistad. TIIRUH HUNIHI UUIETY Mary Jane Weinman, Paul Borseth, Marilyn Be Sept. -- Initiation Oct. -- Student Day Nov. -- Exchange Meeting with Granite Falls and Sky Dec. -- Christmas Mixer Ian. -- Lollypop Sale Feb. -- Bought drapes and a lamp M IIFFIUIIR for the Red Cross Room LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary lane Wein- March' ,, Assembly man, President, Mrs. McCormick, April. ,, Trip to Sea ,I-ac. Advisor, Ron Fosse, Secretary and May ,, picnic Z7 Treasurer, Pat Stovner, V. President X X114-. ,A 455' W r 1.5 if Mrs. Bacher .nd IBEW ,L:,:. X .Vs ,LEV 11' TUBE 'l' DAY Mrs . Hutton Margaret Anderson Mrs . Kirk Paul Bors eth Mr. Kirk .Terry Jensen Mrs . Mc Cormick Camille West it--ff Mr. 4 Ss: 1 P' ,.. Sue Johns on Mrs. Berce Jean Kirk Berg Dav1d Pearson Mrs. Davison xxx, Q. ,... Marie Hoines I 1 f I f I Mr Mahnkey Mary Jane Weinrnan ,sh Owen Annette Gilberts on Harnmons Randi Fortin Packard Marilyn Anders on Fleetwood Jerry Small Polis Thomas Dodgson r',, , ,ii ii on 5 'I' DAY Mr. Mr. Margaret Dodgson Van Gasken Ardlyn Afs eth Snyder Duane Gainer Mr Scodeller .Tlm Nowak 'hmiww 'ii 'W "'1"'I 4, STANDING fLeft to Righty: Dallas Bunney, Karen Anderson. BACK ROW Bob Crow Nancy l'hde Arthur Lemke Dennis Hoines. John Mjoen, Larry Yngve. SECOND ROW: Dexter Moen, Phillip Mrllrron Randi Fortrn James Wise George Parker, Carol Reuble. FIRST ROW: Phillip Hall, Ernest Dalleske. Oct. 21-Band to Everett to hear the U. S. Army Band Nov. 20-Band to Santa Claus Parade Dec. I6-Winter Concert MBICI1 29-Mount Vernon Ex- change Concert April 23-Band to Roosevelt High School for band contest April 29-Spring Concert The band also played for the home football and basketball games and at the District Tour- nament in Mount Vernon where they were the guest band for three nights. To finish their year's activities, they played at the X955 Commencement exercises. BA n BOAIllI STANDING fLeft to Righty Mr. Van Gasken, Directorg Roger Brandstrom. SEATED: Steve Fortson, Larry Yngve Jennifer Lucky, Eldbjorg Moe. ' f , A 'ini ,..... ':,s..n-aa-..Q.,k 'i'1':::::14 V.-J, -..,-. ' O 5 fN rf 6 A-'f BACK ROW QLeft to Righty: Mr. Owen, Director, David Schroeder, Dan McCormick, Jerry Freberg, Dennis Gran, Milbert Kramlich, Richard Landry, David Hanson, Larry Jameson, Arnie Melum, Rolf Lystad, Lawrence Hall, Ricky Lukehart, Richard lspen, Larry Bernhardt. SECOND ROW: Dorinda Canfield, Shirley Zweigle, Jayne Varra, Sharon Carlson, Luella Kramlich, Betty Lu Rua, Clarene Bower, Judy Sundberg, Audrey Blackburn, Paula Odegard, Nancy Martin, Rosalie Gansberg, Donna Barrett, Doris Gough, O B b liod es, Barbara Lindahl, Marjorie Moritz, Sandra Staylen, Grace Myers, Edith Koch, Bessie Martin. FIRST ROW: Ray ICUII, 0 g Carol Black, Betty Larsen, Sally Olson, Julia Wright, Irene Gunerius, Bill Hegeberg, Bob Hamilton. Cllllll ,B k K rr . lf . is if ' V. M-1 CH 0 Luella Kramlich, Dan McCormick. SEATEDg Nancy Martin, David Hanson, Rolf Lystad. 32 STANDING: Milbert Kramlich, Clarene Bower, Betty Lu Rua, The Twin City High School choir presented several pro- grams thls year which were enjoyed by everyone. On December 16, they partici- pated in the Winter Concert, and on April 29, the choir sang at the Spring Concert. The chorus went to the Uni- versity of Washington on March 26, to compete in a choir contest. They finished their year's activities with several selections at Bacca- laureate. Q' ' ii UT' x Fw BACK ROW qLeft to Righty: Mr. Owen, Director: Irene Gunerius, Sue Ann Johnson, Mary Lu Odegard, Helen Kittelson, Nancy Ihde LaVonne Moen, Juanita Campbell, Clarene Bower, Marilyn Anderson, Nancy Martin, Anita Olsen, Par Stovner, Randi Fortin. SEC OND ROW: Bessie Martin, Judy Sundberg, Grace Myers, Jo Ann Rumsey, Beverly Leque, Audrey Blackburn, Judy Solberg, Kristi Lien Jayne Vaara, Rosalie Gansberg, Barbara Boursaw, Julia Wright, Luella Kramlich. FRONT ROW: Dlorah Palm, Annette Gilbertson Eldbjorg Moe, Jennifer Lucky, Georgie Ann Hanson, Joy Dodge, Evelyn Monsen, Judy Moritz. iff GIRL 'GL E CLUB 'X STANDING fLeft to Rightjz Dlorah Palm Sue Ann Johnson, Judy Solberg, Nancy Martin, Annette Gilbertson, Beverly Le- que, Jennifer Lucky. Julia Wright, Randi Fortin. SEATED: Marilyn Anderson, accompanist. 33 TRIPLE Tlllll 'lu' W, 9, ' . 4 D q l una 'Qin' ' fir A f .H n f Q, K KC . tqJ11gh0gxEvelyn Ivipnhdp, Bemqflhitltle, Joy' Dodge, Annette Gillqertson, 12' Margm, E1db.jnrg Moe,,MrQ4 Hutton, Advisor, ,1lfRON'IT,ROW:i,Mg1rgaggn-Andcrsgxfi ' " 'hlf Eqgh,QG3orgie An13.I'fQQ5QqrlSubwAnn'Iopnson, FaQdimForti!iQp1qr3hPa1i3rh'KA K Q n . ' wg , n Lf-. qa' 'F nf' j, N4 5? if ROW Thelma Johnson, Carlson, :Pu 2 A 1' :Jr - .1'4.ff" ... ?fN-V X J 1 ' - ,f 5 ff x " - '-, v x K - vw' M , 4 . ,-I ? ,' 41 .I tzxqsgnt . , .. ,-ic'-L! -. e1""'f'a 3 ff - 'fl gf, N . at , F f.l X11 . di 'H ffm , 519-Omg' ml - -M man, anxta Camp .. I f, RC' ig :E Q 'I f,,' 6 gig! A ,N X , - X tif- x Y 4: ' o ' 5. s 1 zz Z! ' I 9. ,al KJV :fl .f .. E G.A.A. 0FFlCER W "" LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret ' Anderson, Vice Presidentg Georgie Ann Hanson, Treas- urerg Nancy Martin, President Sue Johnson, Secretary. ...L uf LETTERME UFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Loren Gilbertson, Sec -Treas.g Walter Von Moos, Pres- rdentg Mr. Scodeller, Advisorg Jim Nowak, V. President. --Q... -L -S X., 'nvkus-afiykf W.. ,lm u . ,.. -H .l - - , f ' 0 .:' 5- -' ""5 W' ' '. ' ' s V ilu -.rf ' .. 'A ' " , l if I " W ' . 4 ' . K . , . 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'N --f ' ' BACK ROW fLeft to Rrghtj Mr Mahnkey Advrsor Matt Kjelstad Gary Hlggrns M1keZ.uppe Ron Fosse Rrchard Beck Sk1pL1en hm Nowak hm Fure Larry Yngve Laurance Otterson Dallas Moen Jerry Jensen Thomas Dodgson Mrs Scodeller Advrsor SECOND ROW Bob Jensen Duane Gamer Rolf Lystad D1ckFloe Walt Von Moos Loren Grlbertson Don Srmonson Lawerence Hall ArneMe1um Wayne Jacobson Albert Hrggrns Vernon Lund Ron Watkrns FRONT ROW John Barley Danny MCCOIm1Ch Larry Sk1nner Floyd Templeton Dallas Bunney Dennrs Pearson John Smlstad D3V1d Harper Davrcl Ipsen Harold Melum hm Wrse 5 LETTERME BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Nancy Ihde, Marilyn Anderson, Mary Lu Odegard. KNEELINGg Par Stovner, Mary Jane Weinman. ii 1 'A L lib. If .sf K- Q .2-WWF' PEI' .TAFF cnmnmlmn yr' ll G LEADERS ', ,xr , 5 X1 rim Nl QIRUS ULUE C 1ilRINET BUYS CLUB CABINET in BACK ROW fLeft to Righty George Parker Jack Keitel Dennis Rathbun, Daryl Erickson, Matt Kjelstad, Jim Fure Neil Hordyk Ron Watkins Richard Beck Don Rekdal Gerald Thomsen. FRONT ROW: Thomas Dodgson, Vernon Lund Walter Von Moos Lyle Bray Jack Lanstra Clifford Larson, Leif Holmes, Leroy DeWitt, Alvin The F.F.A. had quite a successful year. It has completed many worthwhile projects and the boys have enjoyed participating in the various activities that the club has sponsored. Anong these activities are the following: Initiation of Greenhands, F.F. A. annual banquet, Parliamentary procedure Team--3rd place in county, Monroe Fair, Local F.F.A. officers ini- tiated Arlington Greenhands, Swimming parties, F.F.A. Assembly, Farm Safety Campaign, Entertained Kiwanis at Lunch, Stock Show. Jerry Small who was president fo the chapter for the past year won many high honors for his work in F.F.A. He attended the National Convention in Kansas City and was chosen as a State Farmer at the F.F.A. Convention in Pullman. Tom Dodgson was a boy who won outstanding recognition for his public speaking. YQ ii . BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Gerald Rekdal, Joe Box, David Heaven, Jim Friml, Bob McIntosh, Arthur Lemke Alan Brekhus, John Mjoen, Elvin Major, Larry Brown, Richard Sundberg, Don Clark, Phillip Milliron, Nor- man Nielson, Mr. Polis, Advisor. FIRST ROW: Bert Albert, Roger Pierce, Pat Britsch, Ame Melum, Bob Crow, Ross Rathbun, Ronnie Smith, Mike Lerome, Bill Sundberg. Jay Leque, Jerry Sande, Roger Floe, Terry McKean. F.F.A. OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Polis, Advisor, Gary McKean, Ron Watkins, Jerry Small. Duane Turk, Thomas Dodgson, Clifford Larson. F.F iw M W1 , .iw .1 ,..i, k .r-Q BV STANDING fLeft Karen Anderson Ann Lou Hanson,' Evel ! 5 - 4 s !,.,,,,muk Q55 I -sa Wa N L , Z: 1 - ' L, UAFETERIA r n E1 gl E 43.9, J M -v Q 'i ' T' ff, J rr 'RN X My X7 1 x ,., 2 u w D . , 'vi Q - L LEFT TO RIGHT: LeVonne Smith, Joyce Shelton, Mrs. Bacher, In Chargeg Nina Gregg, Donna Blakesley, Mrs Breurn, Cookg Evelyn Dallrnan, Louise Wheeler, Virginia Hansen, Mrs. Walseth. PWHH LEFT TO RIGHT: Eleanor Albert, Jerry Sande. Hubbard, Cleo Danielson. P' '71 0 2 at T 41 r ffffm H115 6 2 MWYIA UQ -56 eff LEFT TO RIGHT: Elmer Thompson, Loren Parker, James Henderson, Tony Byson, Ernie Crosier, Ray Lund, Roy Batey, Stanley Hedlund, Roy Anderson, Johan Magelssen. BU DRIVER -QM53 L LNBTRICT NQHOI :O if gif? 3' J as f -1- 0 2 . 4. 5' E l0R PLAY UTHE FAIILY P'TAlR H Joe Heller, the father John Bailey Emma Heller, the mother Marilyn Anderson Louise Heller, the elder sister Ardlyn Afseth Willie Heller, the brother Jerry Small Annabelle, the baby sister Margaret Anderson Charles Grant Mike Zuppe Mrs. Grant, his mother Paula Odegard Herbert, his brother Don Simonson Miss Calahan Annette Gilbertson Pllllll CTHIN STAFF BACK Row fLeft to Righty: Loren Gilbemon, Jerry Jensen, David Hanson, Jim Nowak, Laurance Otter- son, Mr. Snyder, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Jean Kirk, Nancy Martin, Bev Leque, Evelyn Ramsey, Louella Kramlich, Bessie Martin. SECOND ROW: Camille West, Clarene Bower, Mary Jane Weinman, Mary Lou Hanson, Betty Lou Rua. FIRST ROW: Jack Shelton, Walt Von Moos. ii ,d ALL CHO0L PLAY "IIA JISIIACKL INN" L if 'K L if 1 L L ,- vi! n order of appearancej galil CAST nw U P3.lCI0l'l...... ...........--...... Arbuthnot ..... Joyce Rogers .... Mame Phillips .... Constable Small ......... Belinda Pryde.............. ... Commodore Lucius Towser.... Gail Russe1l............... Alice Fisher .... Dr. Russell .... Bill Phillips ..... Mr. Temple .... Mary Temple ..... Gilhooley ...... Fred Porter .... . . . . . . . Rolf Lystad . . . . . Larry Skinner . . . . Mary Lu Odegard . . . . . . Dlorah Palm .. .. Lance Johnson Mary Jane Weinman Joe Pelkey . . . Eldbjorg Moe . . . . Pat Stovner ...... Ron Fosse ........Bob Jensen . . . Walter Von Moos ... Juanita Campbell Phillip Hall ...... Skip Lien r 'f ' E iw aiu? NS, u STANDING fLeft to Righty: Sue Ann Johnson, Chairmang Kristi Lien, Mike Zuppe, Mrs. Kirk, Advisory Randi Iwolwlmn .1 i UCIIIIUL Mr. Wescott Mr. liills MAINTENANCE :ll PEIL mil, .i 'T 'M K N. N -""7 Mrs. Joergenson Mrs. Ilammons OFIAICE SECRET ARIES YV, A 1 . A ' vu "" i , F Di 4. y t -. J ,.,. Working Hard? Interesting Lockers??? . I School Begins Football with Arlington fherej Senior Mixer Frosh Football at Arlington Football at Lake Stevens Torch Honor Initiation Frosh Football with Marysville th Football with Sultan fherel Frosh Football at Lake Stevens Football with Langley fherej Sophomore Mixer Football at Granite Falls G. A. A. Playday at Monroe Frosh Football at Lake Stevens Football with Concrete fherel Frosh Mixer F. F. A, Banquet Student Day Football at Oak Harbor National Assembly Football at Lakeside Junior Prom Frosh Parent's Night All School Assembly Football with LaConner Qherel Torch Honor Exchange Meeting Football at Monroe Santa Claus Parade Band Marches Youth Views the News Vacation National School Assembly Youth Vrews e News 1 """4 N' Senior Play Curtain Call ,'y1 , I "1 , 1... 42 it 1 1 . Q T .Q 4 "-.. , 1.1 .' ' N, Xi Q xl ' Caught in the actl ,J 'fl juz. - -r glawff' i . I1f':9,l l!11!tI:llv', 1. H 1 f 'M 'Ah Surely had a Fine Christmas. A Maw-aan-an CALE DAR vu'v u'. as fin' Q ,U 1, Look what we got! HB , Ah, the life of a scholar! The helpful farmers 0-ix u.v-M- -tv' s me 3 December 3 4 lO ll 14 16 17 21 22 23 28 30 January 7 8 ll 14 21 22 25 28 February 4 5 8 ll 12 14 21 22-25 25 25 Man, Beast---or Frosh? Basketball Jamboree at Monroe Senior Play Basketball at Granite Falls Basketball with Lynden Qherel Basketball at Lakeside Music Concert Basketball at Mount Baker Basketball at Lan ley Christmas Assemily Christmas Vacation - Basketball with Ferndale Qherel Basketball at Mount Vernon Basketball with Darrington Cherel Basketball at Lynden Basketball at Monroe Basketball with Concrete fherel Basketball at Skykomish Basketball with Langley lherel Basketball with Oak Harbor fherel Basketball at Coupeville Basketball with LaConner Qherel G. A. A. Playday Lutheran Choir Basketball with Sultan ther el Sophomore Bake Sale Girls' Club Valentine Party National Assembly Tournament at Mt. Vernon Western Choir Press Conference 1+z:5?? Choral Choir at F.F.A. Assembly nw 4: March 12 18 23 26 28 29 31 31 April 4- l Z 10 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 21 Z1 22 Z2 2.3 26 29 29 30 May 4 5 6 7 9 ll 13 13 17 18 19 20 21 23 Z5 26 27 June - - I 0 Grit your teethl I J J ,I H I I 14 fi!! Girls' Club Dinner Frosh Party Baseball with Mount Vernon Qherel Choir Contest Torch Honor meeting at Granite Falls Mount Vernon Exchange Concert Track Meet at Monroe Burlington Choir 81 Band Baseball with Langley Qherel Sophomore Car Wash Spring Vacation Baseball at Coupeville Leader's Conference fherel Lakeside Track A11-school Play Math-Science Day Baseball with Lan le here g V1 1 Career Day at Western Wash. College of Ed. Torch Honor Trip Baseball with Coupeville Qherel Lakeside Relays QTrackj Frosh-Sophomore Party Band Contest Baseball at Coupeville Baseball at Langley Spring Concert Tri-County Track Meet Athletic Banquet Girls' Club Tea Baseball at Oak Harbor Junior-Senior Banquet Baseball with Oak Harbor fherel Track Meet at Everett County Track Meet Senior Ball Track Meet at Oak Harbor Faculty Picnic Torch Honor Society F. F.A. Livestock Show District Track Meet at Everett Baccalaureate Class Day Picnic - Senior Class Graduation School Is Out GALE DAR l 4 I' J 1 I L f A On Top Of The World ' Ill King and Queen of Hearts Phyllis leaves her mark What a bunch of cuties Little Lord Fauntleroy gall M1 Y'-t sf? Q- eg I- k, "FW Teachers playing "footsies"l The "Egg and I" 5 are Check that crazy pose . I 4 ,JRE 3 Q it-"'?', 'few 1 u . J ze JT Hey, watch that hose I What's this all about?? ' 4 3? 'L my cThe Gilberfggngj ,: s ' w q' N-sd Don't get mad 5 , , 5 4 'sw "' 'Q idk '-vm""". 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W, 1, 51", rs- F ffi'k,,:w?'V,-.sf Ifvzfsfg' .g"", aa.Laf,+xrv" R J' ' if 3 .95 BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Duane Turk, Matt Kjelstad, Skip Lien, Jim Nowak, Laurance Otterson, Dallas Moen, Mike Zuppe. SEC- OND ROW: Mr. Mahnkey, Coachg Steve Fortson, Harry Wamer, Vernon Lund, Dick Floe, Jack Pearson, Gary Higgins, Loren Gil- bertson, Ron Fosse, Manager, Walter Von Moos, Rolf Lystad, Manager, Mr. Scodeller, Assistant Coach. FIRST ROW: Floyd Temple- ton, Manager, Earl Moore, Clifford Larson, David Harper, Bob Jensen, Joe Pelkey, Lawrence Hall, Dennis Pearson, Albert Higgins, John Bailey, Dan McCormick, Manager. FRONT-SEATED: Lance Johnson, Manager. UMUIIE FO0TBALL LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Mahnkey, Coachg Mr. Scodeller, Assistant Coach ? ,51- ,.,..... EEE EME TEAM 1 :lr ,L fs rum L np 1 1 rl A,-7 .,.-pp.--My ,...,,.1vve--rgmf ww- we 'wt "-WV' I ': E- bf!" ' - 'rf' 2' ' '1 3 .3 , S .- .5 .rt Y 11-1 BACK ROW fLeft to Righty Mr Nemo Coach John Mioen Larry Brown Roger Brandstrom, Lyle Melum, Jim Bullock, Mike Lien Alan Brekhus Jlm Fnmml Dennis Gran John Odegard Phillip Hall FIRST ROW: Dexter Moen, Pat Higgins, Roger Waite Larry Lien Ross Rathbun Jay Leque Jerry Sande B111 Hegeberg Roger Floe hm Haba, Pat Brirsch. EEETEALL VARSITY TEAM EIIEE 1954 SEASO Arlington 6 Twin City o Lake Stevens 18 Twin City o Sultan 0 Twin City 26 Langley o Twin City 0 Granite Falls O Twin City I8 Concrete 25 Twin City 0 Oak Harbor 27 Twin City 0 Lakeside I2 Twin City 21 LaConner 0 Twin City 25 Monroe 6 Twin City 7 vw. Mfr. W--Q A ' i:a...A B 5 ' ' 0 i v ' - 4-. R A , 5 .. '..- U . -A W x .0 yi Q ,, ..., I, .Dyk Q! "-sw. . , 'M " "9iv'4v , ' ' X, . f. 'J' , " ' ' "A A' ,. 4 -- ,, " PQ. ,, ,. '- L ...ny W., W X L,-.. ., .1 Wil ,:x.,i'g4..x, NW, ,, .6,,,f',, .Q V -. A Q M . ,. '. V,, .- .4 wxw, . Q . A ,.-- ,,-my .. M4 - . 'vm 'ci , s'?'Q-154 .' , -- v . . 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V K A- K., 'E ,Q K-1 4 w, J wa rw X QR 1 l QTY 4 25 23 ,ww :tend BA KETBALL J' 4 ,X CIIAUIIE SUIIIIES I954-1955 SEASIIN Granite Falls Lynden Lakeside Mount Baker Langley Ferndale Mount Baker Darrington Lynden Monroe 9 Concrete Skykornish Langley Oak Harbor Coupeville La Conner Sultan Ferndale T ourna ment S cores La Conner LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Scodeller, A Squadg Mr. Nemo, Reserve Squadg Mr. Mahnkey, Freshman Squad . 58 Coupeville Granite F alls La Conner I8 Twin 39 Twin 42 Twin 39 Twin 43 Twin 43 Twin 42 Twin 58 Twin 36 Twin 52 Twin 52 Twin 27 Twin 41 Twin 33 Twin 39 Twin 46 Twin 53 Twin 44 Twin 49 Twin 58 Twin 54 Twin Twin Twin City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City City ar :Qan- i K f Q F5 I l I I ,M -, .H ' 4 fjwxfv! "I lun... 4' .JF .:4"if'- , - ., ffl , IF? .A f, -x1:': if - ,. ,511 5- ,A ' ,,.q, ,- K I A,.. 5 K ,., I 1-... I . .,. 'f 'X 'jr If fx A J: .4 inn fig? 71 5 Don Sunonson Guard '31 Duane Gamer Guard Ron Wa tkms Fo rwa rd Loren Gllbertson Guard if CIT "W 'nal -:Q Jerry Carlson Forward BA KETBALL Ron Fosse Forward 1 of ' WI 4 ' ,Vu :N ll ,J-V Jim Fure , Forward :ss X B ...F , r , M ' 1YUN Q ., M N ' EA Dallas Moen Dave Hanson ' ,' F0I'Wa1'd Center A HA KETBALL f mn , ik if-he Jim Nowak Lourance Otterson K' 9 Center Guard 1 ft I W me rq,,,,u kk , 1 1 A - 24:1 Guard . Q' 61 Duane Turk . ,f...rm,-.-'-" S BA EBALL TEAM . . Q ' I 1 in ' ' 4 'N 3, ' , f'-QQ ,Aa .- , N -, X H? , M 3 ,.V 3,,,xxR if , ., L, 5' , Y ,L . als. fa 4 .. A 4, , ', P K X 5 ,QQ is n 1 v 'f 4 ,- x' .n I X x Q X P ,il A A A 5 ., , . s N' 'fl . , X N Lf, ,g . QNX 541 ,V 7 ' X Y - W y Q, p 53 A x , A 'Vw I ' 'V . QQ . 1' . , V 'cy " Q -H-9 'V 43 1 . ' X ,,, ' AW 7 H' vcr 5 " gl 9 ,V N 1 ev- gy Q vor Q " Q' ,qv 4 X X ' , ' " f xi Q Q , 9 I x J ' W QM!! x J' 1' NL L 'Ml T he .xx n Q-, QQ 4 tif fx '.,s-v I 'F' if ' ,,,, .-W ' wb... 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V+ ' x A ADAM'S WELDING SUPPLY CO 1115 Cal1f Ave at Norton Everett Ba 4555 FORR EST CLEANERS Laundry L1nen Sup ly Box 38 Stanwood STANWOOD AUTO Dodge Pl mouth Congratu atlons to the class o 5 THE HITCHING POST ere all good Grads go TAXI INN Stanwood Best W1shes to the class of 55 Comphrnents CAMANO FUEL 8: SERVICE Gas 8: Fuel O11 Stanwood C STANWOOD MILLWORK "Best of luck to the Grads" THE COLLEGE BINDERY ollege Place ashlngton Compllrnents STANWOOD EQ JIP MENT A FRIEND SHERMAN'S SERVICE 12 m1les south of Mount Vernon " ou'll enjoy our SGTVICC Peo 36F24 BRANDSTROM'S SERVICE on U S 99 GTOCGTIGS Gas O11 Peo 58FZ1 Rt 2. East Stanwood HEICHEL BROTHERS Real Estate Insurance He1chels Corner L.-f Q-iv 'WMU Simi? Brown and Stone Muslc Publ1shers JOHNSON LUMB ER CO We sell lumber that doesn't come back to customers that do W C Z 91 AMUNDSON'S MEN SHOP East Stanwood 'The Home Of Natlonally Advertls ed Brands" TWIN CITY AUTO REBUILD C W Hargraves Body at Fender repalrlng palntlng Day 8: N1te Towmg MADRONA BEACH Carnano Island C D Parker Mgr Carnano 306 HUNTINGTON'S CORNER Camano Island W C 2 01 NATIONAL BANK OF EAST STANWOOD East Stanwood S1lvana Darrmgton Member of the Federal DepOS1t Insurance Company JIM HANSON'S SHURFINE GROCERY Where nothmg but the best 1S sold" East Stanwood ELLIS CHEVROLET CO Author-1zed Chevrolet Dealer East Stanwood ood luck to the Grads HAY'S MOTOR CO East Stanwood ongratulatmns to the Grads our future customers BREUM DRY GOODS "Best wlshes to the graduatmg class ' 'Best w1shes to the class of 1955" FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANWOOD Stanwood Wa shmgton , - ' ' - CO. . . . E H - - y I H Wh f ll , I 5 u ' of . . C , 1 I W ' W. . 71 of ' I ' 'I' Y . . - ' ' ll iii! T3 jf ,gfiruiw XZ: . . ff , ,il F., ' I, - I f ,, I X iz . ' 'F .X g-I In Q 4:. gff'i ' 'f . . f x Mn L r ,yi East Stanwood ' f yyat no 9 . . o 1 0 . I ' n . . I ' ' ' . . 3 - . - . u c I I . . I I C ' I I G 1 1 ' ' , . ' f 1 ' OF SORENSON AND STOVNER Insurance Real Estate Accountmg Best of luck 1n the future class of '55 STANWOOD HARDWARE 8: FURNITURE "Everyth1ng for the Hom Congratulatlons to the class TWIN CITY NEWS Devoted to local lnterest Harry Dence Ray Horn C FOOD CENTER Stanwood Wash. J E I-IAMILTON8z SONS Best of luck to the class of 55 GATEWAY GARAGE Elmer Wh1tney Prop W C Z O2 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES FROM VARIOUS FRIENDS NATIONAL GROCERY CO Wholesale Grocer Gold Shleld Coffee DAN GARRISON Real Estate Insurance Route ffl Stanwood Phone Ca 141 Best W1shes to the Class o Frozen Food D1v1s1on Our thanks to T C Students for helpmg us pack a quahty l1ne foods TWIN CITY FOODS INC Stanwood Wash C ELECTRICITY MAKES LIVING BET TER HOUSEWORK EASIER PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO 1 OF SNOHOMISH COUNT Y GILBERTSON'S HARDWARE Congratulatmns to the Grads of '55 Peo 390 Compllments of DARIGOLD Da1ry Products Local Products for Local People Produced D1str1buted by Snohom1sh County Da1rymen - 1 - ' - I ell " f " ' of " 5511 aaki W. . 311 ' H I ll . . 2' ' STOKEY VAN .INC. ' . f ,55 ' H ' ' of w. .' 851 ' , II I I ll KVAM DRUG "Success the Grads" GLENN THE BARBER East Stanwood HANSON'S VARIETY East Stanwood ongratulatmn s Grads ' MER CANTILE GROCER Y East Stanwood EAST STANWOOD AUTO PARTS East Stanwood CLYDE'S SERVIC East Stanwood C ANDERSON PLUMBING gl HEATING Sales 8: Servlce East Stanwood Peo G53 PURE FOOD MARKET George Hanson Pro Grocer1es Meats HOME MEAT MARKET East Stanwood C LASSIE SHOP G1fts 8: Apparel HANSEN S T V SERVICE East Stanwood Televlslon sales and SQTVICB LUND'S SERVICE Gas O11 T1res Con ratulatlons to 1: e class of 1955 R H HOLLEY Real Estate Insurance TIET JEN ELECTRIC Ap 11ances E ectrlcal SGTVICS DEPOT BARBER SHOP Fred Tucker JERRY'S DINETTE New owners Ole 8: M11l1e Tronson East Stanwood CHRISTOPHER SON JEWELR Y TWIN CITY GRAIN CO East Stanwood ong ratulatlons to the Grads LARSON'S SERVICE .I A MUNCIE O11 GHS Tlfes Wholesale D1str1butor Standard O11 C0 Congratulatmns of Cahf to the Class of East Stanwood STANWOOD SERVICE Manser Wan ness 52 FRANCIS POWEL Te16V1S1OH SSTVICE Stanwood RCA V1ctor Spartan TV ALLAN'S GROCERY REX C HOTEL 'Best Wlshes to Stanwood the Class of '55 C 1 BRYANT HAR DWAR E Stanwood C omplxments to the Grads ' from FERRIS UPHOLSTERY Stanwood PALACE MARKET est of luck 1n years to come HARTNEY S ' uccess to the class of l55ll MARK KIMBALL Jeweler Stanwood DR E B WHEELER B8zB Dentlsf MEATS at SAUSAGE Stanwood O to , HC E W. .531 ' P-, , W. . 153 ' Q . gl ij. . ' at . . East Stanwood ,,C . ,, - ' 1551! 1 n 1 L W. . 451 , . ' ' -- W. . 001 W. cg. 7 l IIC ' IIB. W. . 991 " 'S . . ' C . L YEARBQOKS ANN Murad rncmnw. .vu mmm I , '4 - ii- ? ' Mqv ,km W 4 mp4 W K 'Q ill' ,MM np- ,lg C ,I "NTffQQ5WK mg . at 4 V3 Q V L L x , . Q. x ' f 1 V- gf nf' , ,Axwg ip , .qQvnuvilv'lo XNS R535 x 'v,... ff. f' ' , X If ,WEA S In W 4 raft L .2 1 -1- M Q eu' -af" an X, A Am J P' 'S 4 f .4 .. MQ: If .855 H, Q f'?' f'w JJ., i 1 ,K PKR rr ,' 1, ,w A, wg . 5 wg ,Q M I Q ,1- A r X j S A l U AMUNDSON S MEN SHOP East Stanwood the Home of Nauonally Advert1zed Brands B 8: B MEATS gl SAUSAGE OAK HARBOR Frelght Lmes KISKY CO JOHN SEXTON 8: Chlcago Ill THE COLLEGE BINDERY College Place Waslungton ADAMS WELDING SUPPLY CO 1115 Cal1f Ave at Norton Everett Wash Ba 4555 LUND S SERVICE Gas O11 TITCS Congratulauons to the class of I PETERSON'S JROCERY 8: JIM S WESTERN MEATS Congratulatlons to the class of I KVAM DRUG Success to the Grads' GLENN THE BARBER East Stanwood I-IANSON'S VARIETY East Stanwood ' Congratulauons Grads LARSON'S SERVICE O11 Gas Tlres ongratulatwns to the class of Y MERCANTILE GROCER Y East Stanwood GORDY'S MOBILE East Stanwood W C 31 DEPOT SERVICE 8: GARAGE " ongratulahons to the Grads ANDERSON PLUMBING HEATING 11 Burner 8: Plumbmg Sales 8: Servzce East Stanwood Peo 653 TWIN CITY HIGH PURE FOOD MARKET George Hanson Propr Grocer1es Meats DEPOT BARBER SHOP Fred Tucker HOME MEAT MARKET INC W C 153 LASSIE SHOP G1fts 8: Apparel TIETJEN ELECTRIC Apphances 8: Electrlcal SETVICP CHRISTOPHERSON JEWELRY East Stanwood J. B. . . CO. - - A , 1 co. . ' - '- ' ' ' 54 x Jx 4 J, f- v 54 IIC - - ' . . 5 C H 54m at uO'. ' , A f , , xi. , A . , V ,,,,,.,,,. .V A 3 X, . al! .Y 9, r YL. Q , it M , ,, in kj V .Q 'T,,'. iffiiff' SHN ,x202ffq'fQ"Q,,,,,5gr . WM, V A l 4 an mdmdnnwe .r-:wx M 1, K. ,, ,,,. ,t v , 1... a,.....m,- it ff.- ga f-M. t ,.-, '11 Q. ' -. v f M masse,--Q-A fr a , .L , r, WM. . V fr-WW , ,,,-Qggw ., f rg.. --if 1 p. '- y ' 1213, ,K - 2' we -ff . sfmfwfffs-+ ft -A A. f ,,, -f . ,, . 3. Q ' Jr, t xpgiwh K V U ir- 1' . r, ,--3 . . it 'fitw' vt " - f f, A - - . 51, h my ' "" , L A' ' ifh-539' 'ry U "J ,,., ' fwshzgv ., lf, BACK ROW: Jacob Larson, Mattie Mosbrucker, Philip Kilian, Kenneth Jensen, John Sande, Nick Bacher, Jerry Whitney, LeRoy Gnnerius, Rex Thompson, Harold Torheim, Walter Benton, Ed McConnell, LeRoy Ramsey, Gene Olsen, Larry Anderson, John Homes, Bob Mygatt, Hans Koch, Arnold Jameson, Ed Sharp. MIDDLE ROWg John Sutherland, Martin Jensen, Bucky Flones, Ed Bryant, Clyde Miner, Eugene Mygatt, Susan Smith, Patsi Sandell, Bernice Watkins, Carol Parclier, Sue Smith, Pat Herod, Sandra Dalleske, Shirley Kramlich, Catherine Bailey, Arlene Frederickson, Carrol Danielson, Bill Austin, Howard Lemke, Bob Austin. FRONT ROW: Beverly Wahl, Mary Kirk, Bettie Couture, Patricia Grant, Adelle Smith, Lorella Parker, Joye Fjarlie, Bette Amundson, Coralee Wright, Darlene Anderson, Alyce Bray, Barbara Blakesley, Kay Sande, Margie Edwins, Nellie Bray, Shirley Erickson, Frances Beck, Ramona Fox, Phyllis Bray, Nancy Stanley. Oniffleflfenleflf ll 1-1 9,7 Y nf! pr 1 N-A BACK ROWg.Bernice Watkins, Sue Smith, Hans Koch, Ted Cox, Bob West, LeRoy Gunerius, Rex Thompson, Bob Mygatt, Eugene Olsen, Delores Koch, Arlene Frederickson, Marlene Lee Waale, Catherine Bailey, Kenny Niemeier, Clyde Miner, Mary Kirk, George Beukers, Orville Wright, Ed Sharp. MIDDLE ROW: Carol Parcher, Eddie McConnell, Beverly Wahl, Robert Loescher,Larry Anderson, Kenny Jensen, Bill Gough, Adelle Smith, Janet Taylor, Howard Lemke, Susan Smith, Bucky Flones, Eugene Mygatt, John Sutherland, Joye Fjarlie, Marie Bruseth Flones, Marian Boe Carlquist, Joan Lee, Sandra Dalleske, Gerald Miller, Ed Bryant. FRONT ROW: Johnny Sande, Martin Jensen, Darlene Anderson, LeRoy Ramsey, Barbara Blakesley, Shirley Erickson, Ramona Fox, Patricia Johnson Grant, Mary Lou Parks, Altria Jean Chapman, Frances Beck, Carl Fisher, Bette Amundson, Jerry Whitney, Philip Kilian, Neil Ware, Walter Benton, John Hoines, Jacob Larson, Liorella Parker, ggAfA Qade graduafion MA' QQ of 1.06, 4- ,1 N v ffl' Cf,7A Cl Q-i"'g1z7stL I' . I i 5 ,S USM iw cutl- BACK ROW Wayne Jacobson, Matt Kjelstad Bob Austin Ronnie Watkins Mike Zuppe Don Hagen, Dallas Moen, Jerry Whitney, Mr Mahnkey Coach FRONT ROW Harold Mellum, Larry Skinner Jack Pearson Gary Higgins, Vernon Lund, Martin Jensen, L. TO R., BACK ROW: Bill Austin, Alternate All-State Tackle, Bob Austin, Outstanding Baseball Player, Kenny Jensen, CaptainBase- ball, Phil Kilian, Alternate All-State Guard. FRONT ROW: Mr. Scodeller, Coachg John Sande, All-District Basketball Player, Gene Olsen, Outstanding Track Captain, Mr. Mahnkey, Coach. Uuzafambng Pfagefi E BACK ROW: James Wise, Bill Austin, Steve Fortson, Jack Keitel, Ken Pollack, Don Hagen, Jim Nowak, Mike Zuppe, Lee Clark Ronnie Fosse, Tom Dodgeson, Gary Sutherland, Mr, Scodeller, Coach. FRONT ROW: Gene Olsen, Duane Gainer, Fred Flood- quist, Jack Smisnad, Ricky Lukehart, Dennis Pearson, Laurance Hall, Arnold Aalmo, Loren Gilbertson. jug JACK PEARSON ARNE MELUM TWIN CITY GRAIN CO East Stanwood Feed our Feeds EILERTSEN LUMBER CO East Stanwood GUNDERSON FUNERAL HOME East Stanwood HANSEN'S RADIO SERVICE East Stanwood Te1ev1s1on sales and se rv1ce W C 2 ROUSE 81 MUNCIE Whole sale D1str1butor Standard O11 Co of Cahf East Stanwood STANWOOD SERVICE Manser Wangne s s W C 52 R H HOLLEY Real Estate Insurance STANWOOD LAUNDRY CLEANERS W C 443 TAXI INN Stanwood .IERRY'S DINNETTE East Stanwood FERRIS UPHOLSTERY Stanwood HARTNEY S Success to the class of 54 THE HITCHING POST Where all good grads o STANWOOD FOOD CENTER QS A Thornpsonj W C 83 Comphrnents STANWOOD EQUIPMENT Comphrnents of CAMONO FUEL gl SERVICE Gas 8: Fuel O11 Stanwood Wash STANWOOD MILWORK Best of luck to the Grads LANDRY 'S BLACKSMITH SHOP East Stanwood DR E B WHEELER Dent1st Stanwood STANWOOD AUTO Dodge Plymouth Cong ratulatlons to the class of I MARK KIMBALL JEWELRY Stanwood Wash REX HOTEL W C 1 01 PALACE MARKET Best of luck 1n years to come ALLAN'S GROCERY W C 451 'Best W1shes t the class of 54 FRANCIS POWELL Televlslon Servlce Stanwood RCA V1ctor Spartan TV H ll ' . . 3 . . 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FLOES TRANSFER C 1 Congratulatwns to the grads SORENSON AND STOVNER Insurance Real Estate Accountumg Best of luck IH the future class of '54 IST NATIONAL BANK STANWOOD Stanwood Wa sh1ngton TWIN CITY NEWS Devoted to local mterest Harry Dence Ray Horn C STANWOOD HARDWARE gl FURNITURE ' Everyth1ng for the Home' Congratulauons to the class of Congratulauons to the class of 54 FROM ANONYMOUS FRIENDS -353' if una ii PICTSWEET FOODS INC Our thanks to T C Students for help1ng us pack a quahty llne of foods Amer1ca's Prerruurn Quahty Foods NATION GROCERY CO Gold Sh1eld Coffee P U D DISTRICT NO 1 OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY ' E ectrlc hvxng 1S better hvlng' I-IAZEL C HALL AGENCY Farms Homes I cover the water front TWIN CITY FOODS INC Stanwood Wash J E HAMILTON at SONS W C 851 'Best of luck to the class of 54 W, , 181 ,, " . ll ' vu ' v vv OF ' , ' W. . 311 vu ' ' I I vu ll ' l54lI I Q 5 1 I - If 'J I ' , '4!'ll,, rg . Q J E , I, f 4 5 , A F I I il I -W -1 I -I- msf 7' X ' . 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C. 2092 GILBERTSON'S HARDWARE ongratulatlons to the grads o Peo 390 ELLIS M TORS TEMPLETON'S WESTERN AUTO STORE O Authorlzed Chevrolet Dealer Auto Parts Sportmg Goods East Stanwood Best of luck to the grads' ,Good luck to the grads GATE WAY GARAGE Elmer Whltney Propr W C 2 02 SERMAN'S SERVICE 12 m11es south of Mt VernononU S 99 You'll enjoy our Peo 361724 NATIONAL BANK OF EAST STANWOOD BREUM DRY GOODS East Stanwood 8: S11vana Best w1shes to the Member of the Federal graduaung class Deposlt Insurance Company JIM HANSON'S SURFINE GROCERY ' Where nothlng but the Best 15 Sold East Stanwood JOHNSON LUMBER W C 2091 'Top of f1rst h111 on Camano HEICHEL BROTHERS Real Estate Insurance Helchel Corner East Stanwood TWIN CITY AUTO REBUILD C W Hargraves Body 8: Fender BRANDSTOM'S SERVICE on U S 99 Grocer1es Bev Gas O11 repa1r1ng palntlng Peo 5811.21 Da Sz Nlte Tow1ng Y Rt 2 East Stanwood ' Rt 1 t IIC ' f l54ll ll I ' H . . 2 41 ,z . Service" I . 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