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

 - Class of 1956

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X. , , 5 . . .F Q 'r I K ' I Table af Contents Faculty Classmates Actlvltles Sports lj M jg Studies s s ff FOREWORD To You: We present this little book, Memory by memory we took, And placed herein sheet by sheet To make our Cardlnal Memorles complete Start1ng Cl1mb1ng On our way Busy planrung Each new day For homecomlng We marched through That mght we tore, The goal post down town And now at last The close 1S near We leave once more Our classmates dear When other nlghts And other days Frnd us gone Our separate Ways We'll have these moments to remember' 1? .""-'limb wiv, Q was fi, " 3 1' Sf: if ix' fm.. I 9 , Y I l l , Y I l I Y - I D V ' IZ s ' Y MN ' ,JMXN A ,N 1 fl ' 5 M Y! ..3.L"73Q ,gy e K V51-'Ng 'f W ,y H'-b.g . ,-':5-- ,gl :ww ,,,"' , X 3 'ilfiff 1 X-b at ,ing . b 4. g ag.. Q . - 1+v:, f,f'3f. W e f i gaeffs Qi,-5 Q '74 a L, " 'W' wg, a 379 . 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JERRY CA RLSON "A man hath no better thing under the sun than to eat, drink. . .and be m LE ROY DE WTTT "I stand before you to leave with you. . .my absence RON WATKINS Three letter man, he played every game, but with the ladies.. .he gained HIS fame RON FOSSE "He would rather die on his feet than live on his knees." HM PURE "When you stop to think don't forget to start again." 'K' I DUANE GAINER "Just because it's the beaten path it doesn't mean it's the right one." LAURENCE HALL "Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers." HP aww aha- V 'nw RANDI FORTIN KENNETH FULK "Generally speaking she "Quietness is my pleasure, generally is." but what I've learned will be my treasure . " ROS ALIE GANSBERG "If you'd have it done , gog if not, send." JEL Ann orntn nlvs gy...-o-Q, dl HOLY R s Dm GOUGH CLASS OF 1956 "She can make true friends because she is not afraid of making enemies." NANCY IHDE DON REKDAL "A girl with courage makes "Live fast, die young, and a majority." have a good looking corpse. Z 'I GEORGIE ANN HANSON NEIL HORDYK "The only way to have people "The nice thing about silence is speak good of you is to be good." that it can't be repeated." DAVID IPSEN "To be big is not so very good, to be small is to fit in wherever you should." ...FIND US GONE EIN CLASS OF 1956 MIKE IRVINE "And still they gazed and still the wonder grew that one small head could carry all he knew. ROBERT JENSEN "He carries his knowledge as he , H would his watch, not for display we may diet. b f h. ,, ut or rs own use. SHIRLEY LARSON "Live for today, for tomorrow '41 4-ll' DIANNE HATFIELD "Sept. '55 her date of admission, all will agree, a welcome addition." ELEANOR HUBBARD "Her manner is gracious her words all true AO" aff" .QI -of """'T :Wir EDITH KOCH "How soon a smile can change the world." JENNIFER LUCKY "Happy-go-lucky, fair and free, nothing there is that bothers her." ELDBJORG MOE "I have a mind of my own but Johnny can change it." JUDY MORITZ "I live to love, and love to live." Y, A RICKY LUKEHART EVELYN MONSON "I dare do all that may become "Smile and the world a man. with you, cry and you alone . " 'Wd CLASS OF I95 MARY LU ODEGARD "She's not a flower, she's not a pearl, she's just a lively all around girl ANITA OLSEN "At every game she gets up steam for the center of our team." VERNON LUND "IfI graduate it will be, an added page in history." C ,,.., .,- "'T"F-' OUR SEPARATE WAYS... ROLF LYSTAD "A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the wisest men." GARY MCKEAN DLORAH PALM "Great men are rising--even "Leg her be what she is I feel light-headed." and seek not to alter her.' 1" GEORGE PARKER AGNES SIMONSETH came I I saw! don't "The good die young I will I'm leaving." live forever." WE Wlll HAVE THESE... 5-K f-fig CLASS OE 1956 PAT STOVNER DENNIS PEARSON "A happy mind and a merry 'iI'm not arguing with you, heart, these two are never I'm telling you." far apart." A' mfvflcg 1 593 N WW 5 L X ff I O' O 0 E 1 I'-1 JUDY SOLBERG EARL MOORE "WiSS IO resolve, patient "Why can't everyone be happy to perform." like me?" QE SANDRA STAYLEN ALLAN NORBACK "A poor life this, if full of "Manners make the man." care, we haven't time to stand and stare F e F f fi' S A 'W ea? 0? I has lx d frnjtjf fvzfl Jw A . 41 ..- S 'ef fff ' F I ff 44 -4 A C FRED STEFFEN "Look into his eyes and you see a little angel -- Look a little longer and you see an imp." medicine for any trouble." JUDITH WHITNEY "Patience is the best DWANE TURK SHIRLEY ZWEIGLE "I'm a man after my own "Be good and let those who heart." will be clever." f . 1938! DALLAS MOEN "Football player, not so shy, "Come rain, come sun, come a hint of mischief in his eye." snow, come sleet, I always have my math complete." CLASS OF 1956 DAVID PEARSON Oo OI of 000 MOMENTS T0'REMEMBER LARRY SKINNER HM WISE "Be good and you will be "I leave with you my -- I 1onesome." leave my --I just leave." KAREN ANDERSON n 3 G A A 2 3 4 D Team 2 3 4 Leader 4 Trl Trto 4 Paper 2 3 4 Grrls Club Cabtnet 4 Ir Red Cross I Tennrs Team 2 Cafeterra I RICHARD BECK A I 2 3 4 Footba Pro1ector Operator I 2 Lettermen 2 3 4 Boys Club Offrcer Sergeant of Arms 2 3 DALLAS BUNNEY Band I 2 3 Track I Football Manager I Lettermen I JERRY CARLSON Basketball 3 4 A S B Rep 4 Lettermen 3 4 Career Day 3 Lead ers Conference4 Boys Club Pres 4 Treas 3 Entered from Monroe SANDRA COLLINS Lrbrarran 4 Drrvers Tralmng 3 LAVON DALLMAN I 2 3 4 G A A I C leers 4 Musrc Festrval I LE ROY DE WITT TOM DODGSON A Reporter 3 Pres 4 Track 2 3 4 Torch Honor 2 3 4 A S B Vtce Pres 4 Class Treas 3 Debate3 Lettermen 2 3 4 Student Day 3 4 ESTHER EDWINS Drtll Team 3 4 Torch Honor 3 4 Annual 4 Paper 3 4 All School Play 3 Student Day 4 Leaders Conference 3 Grrls Club Rep I 3 Sec RANDI FORTIN I 2 3 4 G A A I,2 Drrll Team I 2 Trr Tr1oI 2 3 4 Torch Honor 2 3 4 Annual 3 4 Edrtor 4 Paper 3 4 Program Com I 2,3 4 Charrman 3 Semor Play 4 Youth Vlews the News 3 Let terwomen 2,3 4 Jr Prom Chau man 3 Grrls Glee 2 3 Career Day 3 Student Day 3 4 Leaders Conference 3 4 Edxtor Brochure 3 4 Tennts Team 2 Press Con ference 3 4 RON FOSSE Football 4 Basketball 3 4 Track 3 4 Football Managert 2 3 Torch Honor2 3 4 Sec Treas 3 Pres 4 Annual 2 3 4 Bus Manager 4 Photographer 2 3 4 Program Com I A S B Treas 4 Al1Sc ool Play3 Class V1ce Pres 2 Youth Vrews the News 3 Lettermen 2 3 4 Student Day 4 KENNETH FULK Publxcrty 4 IIM FURE F A I 2 3 4 Basketbal 2 Baseball I Lettermen I 2 3 4 Ser geant at Arms 4 Boys Club Sergeant at Arms 4 DUANE GAINER Servtce Club 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Track Manager I Torch Honor 2 3 4 Annual 3 4 Class Pres 2 Lettermenl 2 3 4 Student Day ROSALIE GANSBERG Sen1orPlay4 G1r1s Glee 3 Cafeterra DORIS GOUGH Grrls Glee 3 Chorus Board 4 Musrc Festrval I LAURENCE HALL FFA I Footballz 34 Trackz 34 BasketballManager I 2 3 4 Torch Honor 2 3 4 Lettermen 2 3 4 Pres 4 Career Day 3 Student Day 4 GEORGIE ANN HANSON A 2 3 4 Trea Dull Team 2 3 4 Tr1 TIIO4 Torch Honor 2 3 4 Paper 2 3 Semor Play 4 Letterwomen 2 3 4 Grrls Glee 3 Career Day 3 Stu dent Day 4 Grrls Club Treas 3 Pres 4 Grrls SIBIG4 DIANNE HATFIELD Dr1ll Team 4 Choraleers Entered from Everett 4 NEIL HORDYK A 1 2, ELEANOR HUBBARD Band 2 4 Store 3 Ktng County Musrc Festrval 2 16 DAVID IPSEN F F A I 2 Servrce Club 3 Base ball Manager I 2 3 4 Semor Play 4 Letterment 2 3 4 MIKE IRVINE BasketballManaget 3 4 Track Manager 3 Torch Honor 2 3 4 Paper 2 3 4 Class Pres 3 Lett ermen 3 4 Career Day 3 Student Day 4 Boys State 4 Entered from Wyomrng 2 ROBERT IENSEN Football4 Trackl 2 3 4 Torch Honor 2 All School Play 3 Class Pres 4 Lettermen I 2 3 4 EDITH KOCH G A A I 2 Trr Tr1o4 Offrce 2 Grrls Glee 2 SHIRLEY LARSON A I Cafeterral .TENNIFER LUCKY n I 2 3 4 Drrll Team I 2 3 4 Trr Tr1o 3 Torch Honor 2 3 4 Paper 3 4 Program Charrman 4 Choraleers Career Day 3 Student Day 4 Band Board 3 4 Pres 3 Store 2 RICKY LUKEHART Servrce Club 4 Choraleers 4 Chorus Vrce Pres 4 VERN LUND FFA I'2. 4 F00tbaI1I 234 Baseball! 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Q '- EVELYN MONSEN Band I,2,3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3.4: Drill Team I, 3,45 Tri-Trio 45 Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Paper 3,45 Senior Class Treas. 45 Girls' Glee 2,35 Student Day 45 Majorette 3.4. GARY MCKEAN F.F.A- Inzv 3142 Sec. 31 Vice- Pres. 45 DALLAS MOEN F.F.A, I5 Football I,2,3,45 Basketball 3,45 Baseball 2, 3,45 Senior Play 45 Class Sec. 25 Lettermen 2, 3,45 EARL MOORE Football 3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Boys' Club Treas. 45 Entered from Rentorl35 3. IUDY MORITZ G.A.A. 1,25 Torch Honor 2,3,45 Paper 3,45 Class Sec. 45 Girls' Glee 2,35 Student Day 45 Store 25 ALLEN NORBACK Chorus Board I5 ANITA OLSEN Band 1,25 G.A.A. 1,25 DrillTeam I, 2, 35 Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Paper 2,3,45 A.S.B. Rep. 25 A.S.B. Sec.5 Class Sec. 15 Office 45 Letterwomen 2, 3,45 Jr. Prom Decoration Chairman5 Girls' Glee I, 2, 35 Leaders' Conference 3,45 Pep Staff 45 Girls' Club Vice- Pres. 45 MARY LU ODEGARD Band l,2,45 G.A.A. I,2,3,45 Drill Team I5 Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Sec- Treas. 45 Annual 3,45 School Editor 45 Paper 2,3,45 A.S.B. Rep. 25 All School Play 3, Student Director Senior Play 45 Letterwomen 2,3,45 Jr. Sr. Banquet Chairman5 Girls' Glee 35 Career Day 35 Student Day 45 Lear'- er's Conference 2, 3,45 Pep Staff 2, 3, 45 Band Board I5 DLORAH PALM Band 2, 3,45 G.A.A. I,2,3,45 Tri- Trio 35 All School Play 3, Senior Play 45 Girls' Glee I,25 Majorette 3,45 Girls' Club Officer 25 Spring Festival I5 GEORGE PARKER Band I,2,3,45 F,F.A, r,2,3,45 DAVID PEARSON Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Student Day 3, 45 Spring Concert in Everett I5 DENNIS PEARSON F.F.A, I5 Football 45 Track I,2,3, 45 Football Manager I5 Senior Play 45 Lettermen I,2,3,45 DON REKDAL F.F.A. I,2, 3,45 AGNES SIMONSETH G.A.A. 25 Drill Team 2,35 Torch Honor 2,35 Paper 3,45 Christmas Play 35 Class Pres. I5 Office 45 Letterwomen 45 Pep Staff 45 LARRY SKINNER Service Club 45 Baseball 2, 3,45 All School Play 35 Senior Play 45 Class Vice-Pres. 35 Lettermen 2,35 Entered from Twin Falls Idaho 25 IUDY SOLBERG Band Ii G.A.A. 2,3,45 Tri-'I'l'iO 35 Paper 3,45 Senior Play 45 Office 4 Girls' Glee 35 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 SANDRA STAYLEN Paper I5 Class Vice-Pres. I5 Office FRED STEFFEN Entered from Odea Seattle 35 PAT ST OV NER Band I: G.A.A. I5 Drill Team I Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Vice-Pres. 3 Paper 2, 3,4, Editor 45 All School Play 35 Letterwomen 3,45 Chairman of Baccalaureate Decorations5 Home coming Princess 45 Girls' Glee I, 2 Career Day 35 Student Day 45 Lead ers' Conference 3,45 Pep Staff 3,4 Girls State Alternate 35 Calender Com. I: Music Festival 15 Press Conference 3,45 DWANE TURK F.F.A. I,2,3,45 Football 3,45 Bas ketball 3,45 Baseball I, 25 Letter- ITICU I, 2, 3, 45 RON WATKINS F.F.A. l,2,3, Treas. 35 Basketball 3.4: Baseball I,2,3,45 Letterman I.2.3.4: JUDY WHITNEY G.A.A. 2,3,45 Drill Team 35 Paper 45 Girls' Glee 25 Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4: JAMES WISE Bar1dI.2.3.4: F.F.A. I5 ServiceC b 3.4: Manager 2,3,4g Lettermen 2 3 4 SHIRLEY ZWEIGLE G.A.A. 3, 45 ADING US Carlson, B. of C. Representatives5 Evelyn Judy Moritz, Secretary fkneelingJ5 STANDING: Mr, Mahnkey, Mrs. Davison, Advisersg Phyllis Ham, Vice-President5 Jerry Monsen, Treasurer5 Robert Jensen, President Ni, I Y' 0 r 'J Ka , 1- BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Lyle Bray, Bill Hamberg, Alvin Danielson Clifford Larson Jack Lanstra Lance Johnson SECOND ROW Wayne Bjerkness, Matt Kjelstad, Carter Byson, Ernest Dalleske, Donald Hagen Eddie Cohee THIRD ROW Janet Brudvik Helen Kittelson Thelma Johnson Mary Albert, Betty Lundberg, Peggy Auburg, Marilyn Cheever FRONT ROW Barbara Boursaw Lila Oarberg Pat Bachofner Eliz abeth Hatfield, Helen Ellingson, Jean Aalmo, Irene Gunerius. ON OUR WAY The time did come We were Juniors at last Now we'll relate this year just past: The Junior Prom in formals bright We worked and planned for our big night. At games we sold ice cream by the ton With such nourishing refreshments It's no wonder we won. After the games to the mixers we'd go And one night we even put on the whole show. Then in the spring, a banquet we served For our departing seniors, a feast well deserved. Some was work, and some was play But now we're all happy We're well "On Our Way" We'll have these moments to remember. rf-we of 'ws - we .ML if wow 'f 'fi S A 1 .,,. ,L .sh ', f in ' "ns X 01" . I . xl I ' ,Q ffl?" I sv 'ffl BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Ray Orcutt, Harold Melum, Floyd Templeton, David Rogers, Gene Wakefield, Dan McCormick, John Smis tad SECOND ROW: Jerry Miner, Mark Slickers, Jack Pearson, Kenneth Pollock, Steve Fortson, Dennis Rathbun, Harry Warner THIRD ROW: Mary Parker, Carolyn Schei, Louise Sawyer, LaVonne Moen, Nicki Norback, Jean Nelson, Colleen Wahl FRONT ROW: Donna Stearns, Gertrude Von Moos, Carol Reuble, Jo Ann Rumsey, Grace Myers, Beverly Twing, Ruth Nielson. CLASS OF 1957 PLANNERS yd, STANDING fLeft to Righty: Miss Stene, Advisorg John Smistad, Board of Con- trol Rep.g Steve Fortson, Pres.: Floyd Templeton, V-Pres.: Mr. Kirk, Ad- visor SITTING: Helen Kittleson I, Treas.g Colleen Wahl, Sec. , 1 c - U x--. ,O I if J 4 4' Iv f Q ' , t rf . , ii "' ' ' 'F 1 A 1-1 Q, Q I. Q rgfxe 6 K BACK ROW QLeft to Rightj: Donna Blakesley, Evelyn Dallman, Audrey Blackburn, Dorinda Canfield, Thirza Burris, Barbara Lindahl SECOND ROW: Ed Fontaine, Pat Britsch, Larry Brown, Alan Brekhus, Jim Frimml, Jim Bullock, Joe Bean THIRD ROW: Larry Bern- hardt, Roger Floe, Roger Branstrom, Dennis Gran, Jerry Freberg, Bob Crow FRONT ROW: Judy Creighten, Sharlene Blackford, Carol Black, Virginia Hanson, Judy Eckman, Nina Gregg, Sharon Carlson. U lu. I, BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Mike Higgins, Jay Leque, Pat Higgins, David Heaven, Larry Lien, Jim Haba, Mike Lerom SECOND ROW: Phillip Hall, Richard Ipsen, Arthur Lemke, Mike Lien, Dennis Hoines, Gary Larson, Mllbert Krarnlich THIRD ROW: Susan Knight, Bill Hegeberg, Bill Krebs, Bob Hamilton, Bob Hodges, Carolyn Kaald FRONT ROW: Betty Larson, Theresa Joergenson, Ardyth Jensen, Kristi Lien, Linda Leque, Judy Lance, Karen Koeller. 1 JF" BACK ROW QLeft to Righty: Terry McKean, Phillip Milliron, Richard Sundberg, Jim Sabo, Elvin Major, Roger Waite, Dexter Moen SEC OND ROW: Norman Nielson, Bob Mclntosh, John Mjoen, Roger Pearce, John Odegard, Gerald Rekdal THIRD ROW: Sally Olson. Ross Rathbun, Ronnie Smith, Jerry Sande, Lyle Melum, Bill Sundberg, Joycie Shelton FRONT ROW: Gloria Whitney, LeVonne Smith, Julia Wright, Louise Wheeler, Jayne Vaara, Margie Moritz. CLIMBING At the homecoming game We had the mixer that night The queen was crowned In royalty bright. Then for the freshmen We gave a party And welcomed each person With a greeting so hearty. At every home game Coke or candy we sold Now we are rich In silver and gold. Now it is over At last we are through "Climbing" forward To horizons new. Vi, 1: in v..f.i - CLASS OF 1958 lEADERS Q STANDING fLeft to Righty: Jim Haba, Board of Control Rep.g Mr Scodeller, Mr. Van Gasken, Mr. Conley, Advisors KNEELINGg Jerry Sande, V-Pres.: Judy Lance, Sec.: Ardith Jensen, Tren.: Virginia Hanson, Pres. Y , Miuvl- - ' If 4-fx -bfi BACK ROW QLeft to Righty: Janet liilertson, Olive Bowden, Darlene Hartley, Gertruoe Burris, Dorine Hotten, Marilyn Higgins SECOND ROW David Fisher, Jerry Gilbertson, Dennis Friinnil, Oran Ifjarlie, Warren Cheap THIRD ROW: Delbert Fox, Gary Grinder, Jerry Corfee, Bill Grissom, John Fure, Glenn Davis FRONT ROW: Jeanette Grinde, Karen Fortin, Carol Garrison, Judy Hansen, Edith Cheever, Ann Bernhardt, Virginia Heaven. A'-1 0 s 9 Q BACK ROW fLeft to Rightj: Roger Olsen, Mike Killian, Jerry Hood, DeWayn Lervick, Stanley Hanson, Dick Krebs, Ralph Kramlich SEC- OND ROW: Andrew Jager, Monty Loop, Jack Ihde, Larry May, Wayne McKean, Walter May, John Olson THIRD ROW: Janet Klett, Char- anne Laan, Laura Lilgreen, Jean Melum, Peggy Larson, Patricia Lindahl, Joann Mitchell FRONT ROW: Arlene Moa, Barbara Myers, Ann Johnson, Chickie Mae Johnson, Jeanie Maguiere, Susan Krogstad, Colleen McCormick. ms. M0 ' J ffw Margaret Olsen, Edna May Short, Gail Weerda, Joan Raider. BACK ROW QLeft to Righty Michael Wamer Gary Reinecke Allen Sherk Dennis Thompson John bimonson Ralph Walls bl-LOND ROW: Jim Teeter, M1Ch881ROSCOV1US, Robert Neslund, John Tengelin, Jack Sherman, Carl Pearson THIRD ROW: Robert Smith Jan ice Williams, Marline Pearson, Sandra Higgins, Karen Stene FRONT ROW: Mary Nielson, Sandra Wickdall, Nancy Olson, Mary new ..4 ' , 'H , f, ' -K .4 1,5 . V , .. 'r - a .- , f . ,,, q ., .. 4, . - -, , ,A , U ..,.. 1 ,gg s ., . , - - t . I v-V., -Q 'A - , U i , ,.,, JB- "f-'15, . - " ,rv 95- 3".m,.s:u: f' 5351 r vi" 1 CLASS OF 1959 Plomks STARTING 'Or 'Q' 0, .K Mr. Wren, Advisor: Mrs. Kirk, Advisory David Fisher, Board of Control Rep.g John Olson, Pres.: Judy Hansen, A A 'i!xw1s"'!e?tfiQ' eil V-Pres.g Colleen McCormick, Sec.g Karen Fortin, Treas. We entered last fall In fright and with awe Of all we must learn And all that we saw. But it didn't take long To get in the swing We gave a return party For the Sophs in the spring We boasted a princess In the homecoming court And gave a fine mixer Of the very best sort. To top it all off And HHHOUHCC Olll' gfeal fame We sold cake or candy At every home game. And now our year's work is Our high school career has We plan for the future and "Start" on our way done only begun Willing and eager to meet each new day Mr Packard and Mrs Davrson Mr Malmkey Mr Pohs Ron Posse Esther Edwms Tom Dodgson 'Q Mrs Berce Mr. Scodeller Mr Van Gasken Mr K1rk Laurence Hall Jennlfer Luc Judy MOFIIZ Mrs. Hamrnonds Nita Olsen Mr.- Wren Mary Lu Ode gard MOMENTS T0 REMEMBER Activities T E vfff' x E a 'WA I , Z N' , ,A . 'E 0 1 4 O C r 1 nl, gg - nw s I v 1' .4-1. ...-v.v..1 "-1":,s:r L-fa-wp 5fg3,g,.,'f F' gr .' '..l..sAi1' 1.0 ..r..zl 4 ff-a,.:.4- . A L. art' 1, . , . -- V, .,,L ,sf-.x Mr. Van Gasken, Directorg FIRST COLUMN QLeftj: John Olson, Judy Creighton, Linda Leque, Gertrude Burris, George Parker, Emest Dalleske, Ann Bemhardt, Roger Brandstorm, Alan Brekhus SECOND COLUMN: John Mjoen, Karen Fortin, Dorrine Botten Janet Klett, Dexter Moen, Phillip Hall, Charanne Laan, Carolyn Schei THIRD COLUMN: Dennis Hoines, Judy Hansen, Janice Williams, Susan Krogstad, Carol Reuble, Phillip Milliron, Nina Gregg, Virginia Hansen, Susan Knight FOURTH COLUMN: Randi Fortin, Mary Lu Odegard, Jennifer Lucky, Colleen McCormick, Jerry Gilbertson, Arlene Moa, Kristi Lien, Eleanor Hub' bard FIFTH COLUMN: Bob Crow, Eldbjorg Moe, Evelyn Monson, Therese Joergenson, Jamas Wise, Peggy Larson, La Vonne Moen, Lavon Dallman, Dlorah Palm. -f l,xL,.,,,I,' s t V. '. 1 V . ' -- ' 1 Q DOWNBEAT ,f V, MAIORETTES: Evelyn Monson, Dlorah Palm lEADlNG THE WA BACK ROW QLeft to Righty: Betty Larson, Dorinda Cantield, Jo Anne Rumsey, Audrey Blackbum, -Donna Stearns, Dennis Gran, Ricky Lukehart, Mike Lien, Richard Ipsen, Milbert Kramlich, Ray Orcutt, Bill Hegeberg, Barbara Boursaw, 'Doris Gough, Ann Johnson, Gail Weerda, Marilyn Cheever SECOND ROW: Joann Mitchell, Donna Blakesley, Edith Koch, Grace Myers, Carol Black, Stanley Hanson, Lance Johnson, Dennis Thompson, Michael Roscovius, Glen Davis, Bob Hamilton, Dianne Hatfield, Joan Raider, Darlene Hartley, Sandra Higgins FRONT ROW: Edith Cheever, Mary Parker, Irene Gunerius, Barbara Myers, Jeanie Maguire, Miss Stene, Director, Joycie Shelton, Julia Wright, Nancy Olson, Carol Garrison, Jean Melum, Marilyn Higgins. WINGS OF SONG Presenting the singers, As songsters they're tops, They practice each day With very few stops. At two high school concerts They always sing, Qx One in the winter And one in the spring. "Sing louder," "Sing softer" 'fl YA "We want a dark tone, " O Miss Stene directing A11 isn't fun, Some is hard 18b0r. f-J ff K, But you and I know Their singing we favor. Lets out a moan. i J f We also agree, You seldom go wrong When you start each new day On Wings of Song." 3, 6 1 xv, 0 4- ,G V - BAND BOARD LEFT TO RIGHT: Ernie Daleske, Dennis Hoines, John Olson, Carolyn Schei, Pres.: Mr. Van Gzrsken, Advisor Jennifer Lucky. KEEPING THINGS HUMMIN6 CHORUS BOARD LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Stene, advisorg Donna Stearns Qseatedjg Donna Blakesly, Joyce bhelton, Grace Myers Lance Johnson fkneelingjg Stanley Hanson, Milbert Kramlich, Carol Black, Pres.g Ricky Lukehart. 'i s tat s 4. J ,J , rw, J I . 1- ' f 14 I l- .1 'I 'S J' '- .sf Randi Fortin, Pat Stnvner, Mary Lu Odegard, Anita Olson. BACK ROW fLeft to Rightjz Mrs. McCormick, Advisorg Don Hagen, Lawrence Hall, Ron Fosse, David Pearson, Mike Irvine, Duane Gainer, Tom Dodgson, John Smistad MIDDLE ROW: Betty Lundberg, Georgie Hanson, Evelyn Monson, Jennifer Lucky, Pat Bachofner, Lila Garberg, Carolyn Schei, Thelma Johnson, Esther Edwins, Judy Moritz, ii ' 2 Lili? Shin-Bidi 'ik ' Q -I -.ar THE TORCH W PROUDLY HOLD qw E LEFT TO RIGHT. John Smistad, V Pres., Ron Fosse, Pres.. Mary + CAPABLE HANDS Lu Odegard, Sec.: Mrs. McCormick, Advisor. 1 i 1 I 1 A 1 r-if Q1 ir 'W X BACK ROW QLeft to Righty: Larry Lien, Pat Higgins, Steve Fortson, Arthur Lemke, David Heaven, Roger Waite, Jim Frimml SECOND ROWgKristi Lien, Virginia Hansen, Louise Wheeler, Iudy Eck- man, Sharlene Blackford, Barbara Lindahl, Nina Gregg, Ruth Nielson FRONT ROW: Jerry Sande Bill Krebs, Mike Lerom, Jim Haba. ' SW rokcn HONOR SXXQXQXXS A torch of brightness unsurpassed, We proudly hold on higlh, A beacon of what's rig t and good, To guide those passing by. Initiation in the fall, Was our new members' night, They all made lovely candidates, And did dishes without a fight. The next event was student day, The day when we must teach, We taught them everything we could, But only in our reach. And so to reward us for our planning, And working all through this season, We took a trip in the slaring, Now wasn't that a goo reason? And now to end with a rhyme, Of what we've said and done, We each brought friends to a icnic party Which turned out to be lots o fun We had an activity every month, TRIMMIN Too many to state here, We worked real hard, and played real hard THE TREE AT CHRISTMAS At last we 're through this year. E, W AA,,,,, is Qu 5 5 J EHRUWLQX MESH I ffll--f-zgigxln lQL Stanwood, Washington January 27, 1956 LAW UUVUVEEUQ XLECTS The annual Girls' Club Dinner will be held Af' I - this year on February h 1956 1 U1 h' h h 1 ,,tei 8 Yfek-dlvlg' cafeteria from 5 until is Q-f n e lg SC OO Orob Ompdlgnlng and H o NXBYY Lu rmick, Dons Goueswrng- ww X -A my Carre-an Mccosob Negrurxd, Yflig Nm, Karen Y ' , - my Kafenvo rherma solmsw 'f :Lucky-,Em X may warm' lug ' 'ng ow Chef' lo rr r Edwx ' rude, BACK R Nrra Orserl- Est 6 Albert. Nana? ndr e , yenm Xen Kxueygorl. neimndvrk. fonum He I LundberB.5a Odegatd' ike lrvine. Maw FRONT ROW' Ra Vat Srovrrefr Bei Y to Soyberg, M de von Moos 'ck Advisory 3 Steams. y GUUU CCNHH ' Qe.Dmm -osenta oehe . Mrs M LSU Sch-C K d QOH. ' en, ludy ,rid ' awnAnC xnwmw ia Heav to S K Keen Wahl, F-Ve Y -O 1 a One of meet Cm one best-known Jubilee set n uirl's Schol--snip committee. In the previous two years money has been raised for a piano and for the stage curtain funds The prices for the dinner are as follows: 591.25 adults 1.00 teenagers E .SO children underl2. will IT Ugffff me ' ik 5, king, the ion of the oers was 'Y 19, 1956 campaign e follow- hosen to City t--Agnes ce Presi- Smistadg Judy Mor- Chairman- eg Senior'Rep- ive ----- Jenni- yg Junior Rep- tve ------ David fphomore Rep- ve ------ Linda Feshman Rep- tive ---- Virgin- en. The aampaign assem- Quartets of the entire bly began With R03-fly' country will visit our Staci ll99H"" MCD P195 school Feburarv Q9-"Wh the 2:LrO p.m. negro musi ' r ing inte negro sp meeting the popi tion me Humo are alw ing elen iloe pr program' ception had sev radio r i xiiitigill McCormick: Editor, Par Srovner. casting Francisco . them well widely popular. LEFT TO RIGHT: Assistant Editor, Betty Lundbergg Advisor, Mrs , will . Nr? A , XJ' W9 ' XO Bl nclmell, K0 All WRU -you mV 1 quill -,Q :MQW xftule QQ , U0 L' . W", xo? 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QWW, 'f""v sf 1 a 'ss 40" he ,J Q L' 2 1 xl' "'i-U1 2.4:-I WF! f"""'g: C' 3 K M-'WMF RF 1 HF" fv s r,,. . x. A "" A Cohee. 'foie-'V BACK ROW fheft to Righty: Lyle Mellum, Gerald Rekdal, Duane Gainer, Mike Lien, Monty Loop, Oran Fjarlie, Roger Pearce, Milbert Kramlich, Warren Cheap, Bob Mclntosh THIRD ROW: Bill'Sundberg, Robert Smith, Rog- er Olson, Gene Wakefield, John Olson, Jerry Gilbertson, Wayne McKean, Ralph Walls, Mr. Conley, Advisor J SECOND IDW: Bill Grissom, David Fisher, Allen Sherk, Jack Sherman, Larry May, Ralph Kramlich, Norman Nielson, John Simonson FRONT ROW: Floyd Templeton, Larry Skinner, Dan McCormick, Rolf Lystad, Eddie 1 ,rm Q s. ff vsp. 5 ""1-liilhfi-72' SERVING THE SCHOOL This is the Service Club You can very well see, Without them I wonder Just where would vga be. With paddle in hand They came to each game, It was really a job Keeping tgq crowds tame. They also have charge Of the microphone, here You can listen to each game Without straining an ear. And many's the time You can see them around, Picking up paper From off of the ground. In general, this is In itself very handy, All of the boys work Together just dandy. 7 xx!! R L A. CALENDAR QSEPTEMBERJ Evergreen State Fair Stillaguamish Community Fair Western Washington Fair Carnation Fair Greenhand Initiation QOCTOBERJ Banquet Chapter Farmer Initiation CNOVEMBERJ Greenhand Initiation -Arlington QDECEMBERQ Provided Christmas trees for Grade School fFEBRUARYj County Public Speaking Contest Host to District Parliamentary Procedure Contest QMARCHJ F, F. A. Assembly District Public Speaking Contest State Convention -delegates 1. Cliff Larson 2. Jack Lanstra 3. Tom Dodgson qmuty Work on tree farm 40 Live Stock Judging 2 :v agar 19 5 , In Q f A' -z ' Q 4""g3, r . g E BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Eddie Cohee, Dennis Rathbun, Warren Cheap, Matt Kgelstad, Carter Byson Alvin Danielson, John Tengelin, Ralph Walls, Lyle Bray, Bob Smith SECOND ROW: Bob Neslund John Simonson, DeWayn Lervick, Jack Lanstra, Clifford Larson, Carl Pearson, Larry May, Delbert Fox Jerry Corfee, Gary Grinder FIRST ROW: Andrew lager, Jack Ihde, Monty Loop, Jim Teeter,Wayne McKean Dick Krebs, John Fure, Roger Olson, Oran Fiaflie- vasgrr- Q fvf' 'sv .... xrtnvf- ' A s:,..-,1w-w- A ,r mu fl AWARDS Outstanding Freshman Award David Heaven Outstanding Chapter Member Award Tom Dodgson Clifford Larson '2fltl Honorary member degree Doug Larson County Public Speaking Contest Tom Dodgson-Ist District Public Speaking Contest Tom Dodgson -2nd uf -. T", pw-"""' , '51 . w lim za? ,V-I., 5 ' - -af f A I L 1, Riff ',X1smi"l?' .4 ,. ' nf Qi' ., li K W ,,, s 1 XXX .. . ax I K B Y . 5 5 . . ,, W v in 4 4 '21-. '- " ,"g:C':'- . ' , ' G - I UI.. ,Q . 1 a .Maj-3, , 2 ,' wk 4 I gf Ill, 5 Y . - G- 3 fd, ,. .- .i V-2 I N V X .1 . , , .'- ,ji Q x --,' ., M .- ' :Y PL 5 X f gt -jan - O fx 5- Q... S ,' V21 , ' Q, et X n '15, , . 4, Wfivx. Sl' BACK ROW QLeftto Righty' Dallas Moen Sec - Jerry Carlson Treas - Vem Lund V-Pres - -'S' 1 . BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Linda Leque, Betty Lundberg, Lila Garberg, Beverly Twing, Mary Albert, Pat Stovner, 'ffjigff "A " A Mary Lu Odegard, Miss Gilman, Advisor MIDDLE ROW: Par Bachofner, Colleen Wahl, Georgie Hanson FRONT , ROW: Jennifer Lucky, Agnes Simonseth, Nita Olson, Randi Fortin, Thelma Johnson. SUCCESSFUL IN SPORTS lfl fx ,-X5 ff' . . ,, , 0, p 'r Laurence Hall, Pres. FRONT ROW: Pat Higgins, 5gt.'3I'A1'mS: Lila G-ifbefg. C0'ChHiIm3Ua W 0 R N 6 X Miss Gilman, Advisory John Smistad, Sgt.-at-Arms ABSENT: Nancy Ihde, Chairman. -rfa 5l1 i9'Q?f22HWz.-Z'.2'ifbCI.i ' .. 'lLf'QZEES-WHT! X 6 E T H E ::Qi'srL r N. 'Li -? , I TH EY 1RA N5PoR1 -u-s---' ' . f . QA Cfii ,vw-'w..,.,.,,,,s,. 4 fi , ,,,9,, Q , 14 sire T UTY! 'TF' snrn VM' 'im 1' J J I ..-f , g, BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Mr. Snyder, Director, Judy Solberg, David Ipsen, Dallas Moen, Dennis P Mar L Od ' ' ' earson, Larry Skinner, Eleanor Haase y u egard FRONT ROW: Randi Fortin, Rosalie Gansber G ' ' g, eorgie Ann Hanson, Doris Gough, Dlorah Palm, Y! ' sf-+44 T elif cAsr THE GUESTS " Cg""" - Florence if' I, V Hannibal 4 3155 .Q f , W, Eairyifiay . ,,,, R Jeffrey iii? 7 I iffy, Mrs. Paddy -:ip-iz: -, .1 ,, -,L V H ,.... J5,3?lj1fj.ff? R535 :ia ----, A-w 11-an-':3f THE FAMILY A. . """"-- fr., , Li.- 4 +571 -.-. - 2211. I ierg,-H: I Titus Savage 'f ,'?:5i:1?H,1 57 15451. - ' Samuel Savage Lily Belle Savage Mrs. Savage ' 1.2-5s?5ii'?' f5l?f?f?7 L., , 476: J., 2'g,,, 35251, , 55, THE STAFF t buvl Miss Willie Dr. Emmett 46 Mr. Winfield Snyder Georgie Ann Hanson Dallas Moen Randi Fortin David lpsen Eleanor Hubbard Dennis Pearson Larry Skinner Doris Gough Dlorah Palm Rosalie Gansberg Iudy Solberg DIRECTOR Mary Lu Odegard STUDENT DIRECTOR r r. 1 , September October-- November-- 'Sr-2 " l ,r,,, A, 1 g 4, j K P I fi The Play 7 School Started 16 Football at Arlington Z3 Football with Lake Stevens 26 "B" Squad Football with Oak Harbor Z9 Frosh Football with Lake Stevens 30 Football at Sultan 3 "B" Squad Football at Oak Harbor 4 National Assembly 7 Football at Langley 10 Frosh Football at Everett lO "B" Squad Football at Marysville l4 Football with Granite Falls 16 Torch Honor Initiation 16 "B" Squad Football with Marysville 20 F. F.A. Banquet 21 Football at Concrete Z4 Trico Girls League Z4 "B" Squad Football at Lake Stevens Z7 Frosh Football with Mt. Vernon 28 Homecoming - Football with Oak Harbor 4 Frosh-Soph. Party ll Football at LaConner ll Junior Prom 15 Student Day 18 Football with Monroe 24-Z6 Thanksgiving Holiday Marching Football Letterrnen limi Annual Deadline ! Football March ApriI--- May-- June-- The "Six Hixs" Band Awards ff? 'i I ' T ' l A i ', hJ" ' ' it ylli A Q St at e T ou r n e y eg Granite Presents Exchange A s s embly National Assembly Sophomore Car Wash Q! M W :xx 'hmm Track meet with Snohomish Junior-Senior Banquet All School Play Yellin' Spring Concert Girls' Club Mothers Tea Senior Ball F, F, A. Show Last Day for Seniors r ' I Baccalaureate Eatm Graduation End of School AT LAST! ! Rosalie Gansberg I udy Whitney 1 ,, ' V Jimi ., Q xp' 4 X Gary AQ McKean 'ff -I -1- Jim Fure Shirley Larson, Rosalie Gansberg, Class of "56, as 3rd graders C138 3rd N .ax S of '56 Q. gllgde P X15 The Editor, Randi Fortin . -aim Daryl Erickson ifi 3 ...a-.0 Pat, Randi, and Karen 0 gig: ggi gi.. Y is Mary Lu Odegard Ron Watkms Dallas Moen 'mf' MOMENTS v 4,fp a afQg5f , ,ah vfsrenvms " I E Ron Fosse Don Reckdahl Nancy and Rosalie Pat, Nina, Donna Reed The Girls! Vem Lund T0 REMEMBER Karen Anderson ff' E Dennie ,Q 1 R01f Pearson V Lystad Judy Soldberg H A aaasa , Fulk as aQi.,, ,fax Av' 1 Wx, r v' 5 , L ,HK ,,, wa ,ul Q fx xg? 3 Wi L . 1V'Y"' il , f Yifxhp sf" QPQLV QA 1 .v-,Q K 94-:Q . .J MOMENTS T0 REMEMBER Sports ,M ,I ' - ' 4 A M 5 ' jlry L i , 1 94. X 1 , 4 X , CQRUIUHL HHSH V0 I? N0 Stanwood Washington October 25 l Que KWH ffm 60 about our 4 How blg who thei Homecomn goes F'r Fresnr I! Oh, word one 'C-'Jr tall is Jim Margie MOPltZ, candidate, 1s one and the average height 1' 74026 ne entertalnment hould add to Homecoming rnwil per dw lHtPO The rsammar een and ommand 1e game 'F' ents will Fr t Home lgh. Remem omecoming and n you MAN 11136 discoverf BACK ROW Judy Lance JanetK1ett Omg-ng Dance tonight 9 ectj-on WSI FRONT ROW Pat Stovner Oueen Phyllis Ham Marg1e Montz d by the Sophomore eet four r P4 Jim Frlmml he escorting her to the dance and he thlnks that she would make a fine cueen Well,her is another sophommm candidate, uudy Lance Maybeyou heard Judy running excitedlycbwn the.hall saylng, ndho me? Whoop eeelln when she found she was one of the lucky glrls. She said that if he got to be queen it would scare the liver out of hen Now letfs not get drastic, Judy Her escort is tall, blond, John ny Odegard. Qcont on back pg D class lnls is not Just a reg ular after the game mlxer The Sooohomores have realy worked on this The theme, 'Moments o Remembern wlll be carrled out by the decoratlon chalrman, Barbara Lindahl, and her committee. The theme will also be carrled out by a band, Not records but eal, live four piece band, con sistlng of Mr Van uasken on the drums, Mr Prlgg, the trumpet, Mr Alfred Hanson, sax and clar inet and accompanied on the plan y Barbara Imndshl Beffnl yet, Ccont on bank gp ' I yl O Al' iii!! . . H V H, 1 y s y, ye so gg? A lf' l ' I I x X I v V N .- , J, " Ii Lx . De u " aid' w . . " :Q "' N 5 4 P . Nix- in F X 1' , lu O 0 w e S . s s -. sco- ,em ,I v , 'ai E ca' 35 QE? gl K A ' h if , k af. l ' ' Q, - is E' It i 8 I M K ' 8. Q 'I A V .. . , ,..n A - J I girls with brown ha f fmi' WH? 'EHh. Emi Hwy ' 'N Q. J I jfjf:Z:fjffIff:f: 'jlfjfjfifjljll "1l1jl3fjlj','jfg.- fjfjlfljfj.-fff' 'jljffilglgf 1 ', . jqlgfjfjfjfifi "?':ffI:f:l:Q:f:f '-Illjfjfifjijf... "I:Q:.,flZ-f'If jf,.jl:.ff-IQI-ff. f . He M + f.-Ms. L u l A ""e"" iff, "1:f:-:3g2qag'g2 ' -"" ras: f::ii:4:5:5:f:f, . L. - .. - ... .. V b V U4 ' - 'v " ' ' . un N . 1 1 1 . . - ' , ' e t n . . 9 H . W ' 4 a I , L ' h s.A 8- S I. ' -. ' -1 - 0 1- ' n ' - I fg ' ' ' W: Q s. " "' I 1 -. M . I b lb' 1 . r r I Lf I , . 1 5 ' 1 . D 1 ,g If X r X I I I' 1 4 f i ,7 1 f XX f X Q Yell Leader Agnes Simonseth Yell Leader, Mary Lu Odegard Y: Yell Leader, Margie Moritz 3 sg Ot fifeifx i , T" LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Lu Odegard, Pat Stovner, Margie Moritz, Nita Olsen. Song Leader. Song Leader Nrta Olsen. Pat Stovner N 45" ,.5M:qs1Q THAT NIGHT... X3 2 J FUN All YEAR November 5 ........ Speedball Playday Here December IO ....... Basketball Playday Snohomish February I7 ........ . .... Mixer April 28 . . . . . Softball Playday bu 1.15.4 WE ap., ,ri ,D ,L J A Q 1 j 3 .,,2 4 N I t '? A 'x IT L +3 .T , E , ' . 'V M In Sim "N" " fm if r , Lgvi is n 'E gs, g g g g Q 1 slil I I Q. ,.AA my 'Mt -- .. f , kz'k . ,, 9 il Q , sin? xy-bs-M-,Q VARSITY These are our football Players so fine, Came every game they were out on the line, , , , The game would start, the whistle did sound, Then came our players, down the field with a bound. The crowd was yelling, The cheerleader-s went wild, They tried for a touch-down, ,M And many times smiled. In spite of the fact, We didn't come out first, We had a good season, It wasn't the worst. J' And now this year is through, n For some of us the last, l But in the years to come, 2 We'll think of the games just past. We'll have these moments to remember! Left to Rig ht: Mr. Scodeller, Assistant coach, ' a S Mr. Mahnkey, Coach, Mr. Nemo, Freshmen co 'wif I w, 4 . N.. E I if Q 5 stwlgi , - 5 iw Ewa v 3 few f lll ...WE TORE THE GOAL POST DOWN VARSITY Arlington Lake Stevens Sultan Langley Granite Falls Concrete Oak Harbor LaConner Monroe B Squad Arlington Oak Harbor Oak Harbor Marysville Marysville Lake Stevens SCORES 42 Twin City 0 Twin City 0 Twin City O Twin City 6 Twin City 20 Twin City 20 Twin City I2 Twin City CCalled because of icej 20 Twin City I2 Twin City I2 Twin City 6 Twin City 0 Twin City I3 Twin City , Hs fi H i 'BN 6 w..r'A' ' 4 .- f v K. ...ma 'fu' I Y,.,w.w f .w. f f xx. Q.. ,nf ,-, UH, 4: Xa rx.. A ' W.f., f x A e 1. k.x , l, V A , 'Abh A .5 A ,.,f-fy av' I A ,V f--L+ .-LJt,."j- , 8, , -' if lg .ay A W, , fm- ' W , A 4 A . , 'A ,, ,f + ,v- I ,glen Q ,S fb -fff,f'+j"':.4'-A ' ' 'f":g,.2' 1 '. W A, l " " nf5"47Z , U V kjzgfirtgr, gi' vgisi f . .2,,kpv..4fx , I, 5 L 4'f?.ll' , .'3'WP'w!5,a, A. Vj:Q9q5?,,.,Wf,g 5 ,D-kg, f ,-A A ,f1,..-L .. . Laurence Hall -Guard Dwane Turk-End Pat Higgins-Quarterback G A I N E R S Don Hagen-End 5 A I X fl Q John Mjoen-Tackle Dennis Rathbun-Half Back wal 1 Richard Beck -Tackle lack Pearson-Center Jim Frimml-Half Back AW AR DS LAURENCE HALL - CAPTAIN VERN LUND - INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER Q Q Joe. 4 ... , .. '--r iw-' 6 Twin City zo O Twin City I3 20 Twin City I3 Qx inf BACK ROW fLeft to Righty: Dallas Moen, Ron Fosse, Jim Fure, Mr. Scodeller, Coachg Jerry Carlson, Matt Kjelstad, Dwane Turk FRONT ROW: Mike Irvine, Manager Duane Gainer, Dallas Bunney, Floyd Templeton, John Smistad, Gary McKean, Lawrence Hall, Manager. VARSITY LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Nemo, 2nd squadg Mr. Scodeller, Varsity: Mr. Mahnkey, Frosh. ,TEAM5 I ' 7 ,RRTNLTUNT Sutrnued, CLANGLET., . S Ill I+ ' wsu: mf-COUNW WL' LH-CUNNER 1 Fdiirtvattfi W S Q mmw 'nnnnut' LQPQBUEC UHKHHRBDL, Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin SCORES City 46 Couperville City 57 Mt. Baker City 50 Lynden City 56 Mt. Vernon City 62 Skykomish City 46 LaConner City 53 Monroe City 64 Lynden City 57 Shelton City 48 Mt. Baker City 35 Darrington City 50 Mt. Vernon City 58 Sultan City 57 Monroe City 62 Langley City 65 Coupeville City 44 Oak Harbor City 61 Granite Fall City 61 LaConner City 61 Concrete DISTRICT TOURNAMENT City 53 Langley City 67 LaConner City 65 Coupeville STATE TOURNAMENT City 51 Stevenson City 56 Entiat City 37 Zillah City 50 South Bend FLOYD TEM PLETON Guard 1 mf' ffm vw JERRY CARLSON Center MAPlE COURT DWAINE TURK Guard IIM FURE Forward Forward MATT KIELSTAD Q DUANE GAINER Guard l DALLAS BUNNEY Guard GARY MCKEAN forward STARS IOHIN SMISTAD Cuard DALLAS MOEN Forward RON FOSSE Forward 5 1 . l ,- A -v v. - I ,,,- Q' .,, I s ... , f . 5 5 i M 4 X BACK ROW flseft to Righty: Jim Bullock, john Mjoen, Alan Brekus, Dennis Hoines, Art Lemke, John Oclegard, Roger Waite SECOND ROW: Bill Krebs, Roger Floe, Bill llegeberg, lim Haba, Jerry Sande Phillip Hall, Manager. BACK ROW CL:-:ft to Righty: Mike Killian, Wayne McKean, Larry May, Jack Idhe, Oran Fjarlie, Warren Cheap, Monty Loop, Mr. Mahnkey, Coach SECOND ROW: Dennis Frimml, Managerg Allen Sherk, Jerry Gilbertson, David Fisher, John Simonsen, Mike Warner, Bill Grissom, Ralph Kramlich, Manager. 4,4 SJ MOMENTS T0 REMEMBER Our Studies -41-L-'Q , ' if A E Y ,rf A E E L X H N .. Pluyin' Ph s ical Education Y Class Reudin' U English Class tml 51" Typi n' Typing Class - 1 Fu r m I n Vocational Agriculture , xiii! fl., I - - ' , N ' ' ' f .' . . 1 N ,J ,A Q I - V, I 1 I I I , , 4 P A . K, ' N I 'Q- ' 5: 4' ' f , 'N J N . V I ' ax. . , ' " I Ky:-XX l I X-XE Aj X! T 1 , V N 1- D . -wf '. N' 4 K x 1-ix" . x" E N -. WW - .. ' kr. in x KE. I xv X Y 1 K A X M - T x f fx A . A xx X , K-,J JK! N 'X ,V .4 '-f"'5'A' . C 1 '- - x 9 ' wk Q 1 N x ,nn .s-- Q gfec X X' U J-.1 NX3 NH I X? x tx' " 1' v . ' X 3 A XX - "- lx .' 74 A ' wr, A, ., . 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'N A M E fb -vw ff A '7 I Lf Pl 'Ky E lvl," I I El, ,CJ L ,X E .I f . , f p 47 A, Q X, 4 , .. 1 f f ' kb ' Q ' 5 1 F, AJ V N . - . f . 1 A' .Zn fi, np- .,, M A X jj E- 5 E E 1 ME M V V' Q 3 V f K ' 1' V f" ,W I 'ln ., I 0 N E X Y 'L M' ' 1- I M Q6-jQ1X..L ,f E E E -YJXNNXJ' 'E ,. fy M EV' Qi' V EA E I A 'H' I V fax . ,P r I , I fl, fl...- , . X M 14, q EM S ' - ' A, N. , E-E N V ,lf 'wi gg sys, , M W ' - A pg ' ix r- fx m J x 1 QI. " A' , XJ - K, A XS. XJ v ' i E X 5 X i rx q f-E E X x X1 ' X' -3 Q , , ,, ' VY-A 6 Nff. ' ' . ' " E A , . ix -1 xg L. " 11 - ,,,f l X E 'J ' "SL "Q E X- -,fvxy X ,Aff-.f xbllk-jx.Jx- UF' X 'wx fu-: W Y. . , M' Q in!" ff t , , . N MOMENTS T0 REMEMBER 'JN 17 YT.ES..D.gf Gig f9- 1G-1,0-ox: 3, .CA Q fvxifx, lbw ,J yu vkfixaj 7 g ' K ,. .f K u ' K . 7' - ' . 1 Q , 1 Y K v A . ' V L 'E Y 'L kt l If t -J ,Y L ' L x I l 1 , I : C 1 ' V' If E f I V Om. ng., v f 1 1 ' s b ' ' I - ff , Av. 0 I' 1. , ,X A , V ,LQJ , I E. 'A Sl 5 , , ,,- x ,,Qx',fnI yin ,-L rl A Q E 1 , - .. ,L ,Q Ax.: ' - E. A-,Lf 1 I I K.- . 3 0 XXKJW X. 5 ,f E ,,,' LA .' dh, 1 , N6 .E N 6 x L H ' KU X sl 5' Q If in f I 'N J uv If M E U "MTNA Ab x LM Lx H x I 1 'J VA , M 5 N . H L 1 J X M Z Y S 1 I' H A 1 1 NME 0 YEARBOOKS If nm vlufaww J , 1 , ' ' v fi A5 'K I ll , X l X I f , f I' Y VI 1, 1 ' ,f '- ' ,rf I ' 4 ,lp , ,J X '7 A v it M f ., in x f I I v1 E . . 1, , 'r Aff I I IQ X my 4 t . I fy 4' 1 I I X ' f IL lv L I 'W' it 4 1 ,if All 4 1 7 I 1 , , ' 1 . 1 ifr .X r 1 Y: C1 fy, 1 li X, x 4 , I I 1 A , -2 , 1 . , , o 1 , 1 v. Af M - ff il A rl, 1 :rj V 5-' K 1 X VL Q I, T1 X Luft' ' L' lm: L YJ 1 Q - I vfw, . N ,' v X' N x S , K V' f. , L J fgv I 1 If K L u V, A X." 'L' ' , I ' ,fx - ,fy N L 5 m f iv I fs IN' I ,X Q , A , w KJV! ' XJ' Q t' ix L J x lr! P ff Y " K X ' - -- . x' , 1 A sf .N i 'W j X X W- 61" Mx .q I' f 2 4 ,dj l v' P 1 1' 4' V W I 1, 1 4- I X' L l I A L I ' I I x t jj,,.Lg XS. 9 , K H Q L fc R u x Xb I x Q H5 'g N J . , v . X, 1 'NN V ' u K' J N 'Q KI M Q Q Q N 4 , N ' X X X xL'x3 if dx ,X w N .X Q 54 rw v A u V XXJA ' ,X N Ai. I, , gg , 3 'X :H , X Q - ' Q x f 1 xx V N vkbx ,IL 1 f : 1 , ' '.' X5 gxxkfx' 3' K ix! 'I I ' J 1 A 'V .IS V X W I-' ' 1 gi' ' C9 S ' ,ff in l I .' l tr 1 5 BACK ROW: Thomas Dodgson, Mike Irvine, David Pearson, Ronnie Fosse, Duane Gainer, Laurence Hall, Robert Jensen. FRONT ROW: Judy Moritz, Esther Edwins, Mary Lu Odegard, Jennifer Lucky, Nancy Ihde, Pat Stovner, Anita Olson, Georgie Ann Hansen Evelyn Monson, Randi Fortin. TORCH HONOR GRADUATES Thomas Dod 3501 . Mike Irvine. Jennifer L llc ky-ROf1nieFosse. SPEAKERS J' Q TONIGHT GRADUATE 5 Ill! R' . . .W ,, aa..m...,....,.,. In rsw1sW,.maf:,.,g,3 5-sxaaaswcwm l Ivcnwwum-we , m:ef,,,,,Q.mMg an qammwmma 3 .fwae ,,,., .w,,,5 S- l iii I BACK ROW Jerry Carlson Richard Beck, Kenneth Fulk Don Rekdal Ronnre WHIKIUS Nell Hordyk Mrke Irvrne Dallas Moen FOURTH ROW Larry Sklnner, Le Roy Dewitt George Parker Dallas Bunny Denms Pearson Ronme Fosse Vernon lund laurence Hall Allen Norback Fred Steffen, James Wrse Duane Garner THIRD ROW Karen Anderson Esther Edwms Sandra Collrns Judy Whltney Dorrs Gough Sandra Staylen, La Von Dallman Shlrley Zwexgle SECOND ROW Dav1d Pearson Dav1d Ipson Judy Morltz Dlanne Hatfleld Dlorah Palm, Judy Solberg GBOIEIS Ann Hanson Jennlfer Lucky Rosalre Gansberg Eleanor Hubbard Rlcky Luke hart Gary McKean FIRST ROW: Rolf Lystad Eldborg Moe Agnes Slmonseth Evelyn Monson Randl Fortm Mary I u Odegard Nancy Ihde Pat Stovner Anrta Olson, Earl Moore, Robert Jensen CLASS W DAY . , BASEBALL 481 leiii TR CK -Q"""""----. fs - 1 , 93 1. L 1 . '4 it if x Q. I r X fg -542.1 1- I . KL p Q 1 in-'J 4 5 ' ' .,r'fLA 'bf ' Mr ' wl L ' ll' A' ' w " " AW VK "' ' X 4- 'f , ,.-- A , ' 93" ' x..j,,fV ff.-9 ' 9' ' 'hal' N... MBI. v-fy' 2 ,fi 2 V49 A Shs-ff' x.- STANWOOD HARDWARE 85 FURNITURE "Everything for the home since IQO2" "Congratulations to the class of 1956" TWIN CITY FOODS INC. Stanwood, Wash. W. C. 851 TWIN CITY NEWS Devoted to local interests Harry Dence Ray Horn W 311 GATEWAY I ARAGE Elmer Whitne y Prop W C 2 Make Sure You Car Is Safe .I E HAMILTON 8a SONS Best of Luck to the Class of 1956 Stanwood Washington DAN GARRISON Real Estate Insurance Route 1 Stanwood Phone Ca 141 Best Wishes to the Class of 1956 LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY Public Uttlity DISITICI No of Snohomish County SORENSON AND STOVNER Insurance Real Estate Accounting Best of Luck in the Future Grads G I LBERTSON S HARDWARE Congratulations to the Grads of 1956 Peo BQO -.1 ...I 0 A GOL Mun nuttin lcfcnrw aumfaurm ev Pioneer llmted Dames ...Dir 2531 Broadway BA 3737 Compliments "O 1 "C 1 1 I gfliflls Oniiiiff My v ffom Graduates V A M., ew' ATHLETIC SUPPLY CO 09 nl ,mint 90 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES FROM MANY FRIENDS .c. " 1' " I C lift AL. so , U. Q Q l V. L , , , , ,- t 'JA ,ty 'I I NATIONAL BAN East Stanwood -Silv Member of t Deposit Insura ana he Fed nce C eral ompany NORM 's SERVICE CAMANO FUEL Gapoil-Tires In TWIN CITY AUTO REBUILD gl SERVICE Stanwood gurnwf USM C.W. HARGRAVE5 Stanwood .Success to Body 8a Fendel' RAY'S SERVICE . . W,C, , .. Da 8a N1 ht Towm 71 M0bIlqa5 the Gfads Gas -Oil-Tires Y g g Stanwood I OVENELL'S DRIVE INN STANWOOD MILLWORK DR. E.G. WHEELER Mary 81 Ted STANWOOD CAFE "Best of Luck Dentist W. C. II52 ' --Fine Foods-- to the Grads" Stanwood "Congratulations Stanwood to the Grads" JOHNSON LUMBER CO' MADRONA BEACH BRANDsTRoM's SERVICE "We sell lumber that Camano Island HUNT.INGTON'S CORNER on U S 99 doesn't come back C D Parker Mgr Camano Island Peo .5521 to Custvcrlmgrs 22155 do.. Camano 306 W'C' 2301 Rt. 2, East Stanwood SI-IERMAN'S' ERVICE . S BROWN 85 STONE I2 miles south of B.B. MEAT 81 SAUSAGE Mount Vernon MUSIC CO. THE COLLEGE BINDERY MFG CO INC , , , "where repairing is College Place, , ' ' ' ' 'You ll en1oy our , , High Grade Products , a business, not a Washington . . Service idelinen Bellingham, Washington Peo, 3603 S Good Luck to the Grads from IIM I-IANSEN 'S SHURFINE GROCERY ELLIS CHEVROLET CO "Where nothing but the best is sold" Authorized Chevrolet Dealer East Stanwood East Stanwood HAY5 MQTOR COMPANY "Best Wishes to the Class of 1956" Twin City's Auto Center FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF East Stanwood STANWOOD "Congratulations to the Grads" SIKHWOOCI. W3Shif1gl0f1 STOKELY -VAN CAMP, INC. BREEM SRY GOZDDS Frozen Food Division ast tanwoo "Our thanks to T.C. Students for Best Wishes to the Graduating Class helping Us Pack a quality line of foods. .. lf: ii:.Eh'.TgT.:.1.5QTa ti'.L.TijY" - , api' x ' ' K OF EAs'T STANWOOD X In 'F L ' F . I - ' . . .. -Damngton Q' I 3 ,F 57 , ' Y Y 'Af 'T 'I . Z I .. ff E. ' 'E T"""t JL- C C S .. as b s ix ,yy V V . I ' H if" M, E XC his N " V 'og'-B 43571 KVAM DRUG Success to the Grads GLENN THE BARBER East Stanwood NELSON S VARIETY East Stanwood Congratulattons Grads MERCANTILE GROCERY East Stanwood EAST STANWOOD AUTO PARTS East Stanwood CLYDE S SERVICE East Stanwood W C 531 ANDERSON PLUMBING nga HEATING East Stanwood Peo 653 PURE FOOD MARKET George Hanson Prop Grocerles Meats HOME MEAT MARKET E ast Stanwood W C 53 LASSIE SHOP G1fIS dz Apparel HANSEN S T V SERVICE TEICVISIOD Sales and Servtce LUND S SERVICE Gas O1l Tlres Congratulattons to the Grads P H HOLLEY Real Estate Insurance DEPOT BARBER SHOP Fred Tucker JERRY S DINETTE East Stanwood Congratulatlons to the Grads TWIN CITY GRAIN CO East Stanwood Congratulatrons to the Grads FORREST CLEANERS Stanwood Laundry Box 386 STANWOOD AUTO CO Dodge Plymouth Congratulattons MARK KIMBALL Jeweler Stanwood BRYANT HARDWARE Stanwood w C 991 I-IARTNEY S Success to the Class of 56 I A MUNCIE Wholesale Dtstrlbutor Standard Otl Co of Caltf East Stanwood FRANCIS POWELL Televtslon SCIVICE Stanwood RCA Vtctor Admlral TV Complxments to the Grads rom FERRIS UPHOLSTERY Stanwood THE HITCHING POST The Old Fashxoned Store Wxth Modern Ideas ALLAN S GROCERY W C 451 Best Wrshes to the Class of 56 STANWOOD DRUG STORE XMUNDSON S MENS SHOP East Stanwood The Home of Natlonally Advertlsed Brands LARSON S SI-IELL SERVICE Shell Heatxng Oxls Goodyear Txres Stanwood STANWOOD SERVICE Manser Wangsness W C 752 PALACE MARKET Best of Luck ln years to Come REX HOTEI Stanwood W C toot . . . 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