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

 - Class of 1958

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ji,?9C,,05f67'y CD 6 2 Qi '91 t 12 N J .-,L -J 1 'KKJ' ,f .A ' -1 '- it-fx, P 'NA A qx 2 I V VF X 1 . Y X . ,, 1 K K f X .J f HH- W76LfH7fQ X 'Ike Candinal Wlemofuea l958 Volume I4 Associated Students FWIN CITY HIGH SCHOOL Stanwood, Washington flonewond As the happy memories and fun of our school days fade with time, to help you recapture, in the years to come, old scenes, fun and friendships of yesteryears, the staff offers you the Cardinal Memories of l958. .Mt F. General Mark Clark Bridge Jn Wlemonq We Declzcate .A xiii! all thus yearbook to Bertha Jones a teacher and llbrarlan, whose understandmg and pa hence meant so much to us She was never too busy to give kmdly and generously of her tnme when nt was needed We respected her posse and sweet dngnxty whlch was permeated with the Chrlstlan quallty of humlllty Her Influence wnll endure Where er He sees a smlle too brnght, Or heart too pure for taunt or vnce He bears It to that world of Lught To dwell In Paradise. 3 f .A . ., 3 I I , sf " ,f 1. 2 H' .AE tax J , 1 Ji W ' 2 xfoo , , . . . . I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . 'Jable Administration Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Activities Sports Cczlander Advertising of Contenta 5- 9- I7- I9- 21- 25- 45- I gr ' r mf' EE -8 -I 6 -I 8 -20 -24 -44 -59 -62 -68 'v ,. K1 W2 .Vw wif 515473 if if f 'M W yi? if ,, yr' 6 iffif-I I " if f K 01 4 Q' L H.-G K I 171 I I I f 4, F 7 wa Y rx? rf J, .1 ,515 pfff J' fl! 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May the memories of your high school associations and activities be most pleasant in the years ahead. Best wishes to each and everyone of you. Sincerely, Cecil E. Fisch BACK ROW: Bertha Joergenson, Clerk of the Boarclg Cecrl Flsch, Superrntendent. FRONT ROW: Duane Garner, Supefrintendent n""""k'A Upon opening the pages of this yearbook countless memories will come back to you. Some of these mem- ories will be your most cherished possessions. It is my hope that your time in high school was enjoyable and will be of immeasurable value to the success of your future endeavors. I extend my congratulations to you on your gradua- tion from high school and wish you every success in your future undertakings. mu. Shelton - Pnincipal c 1, M gs 53? ff' " ' ' Q?" mna. Dauiaon Vice-'Pnincipal To the Seniors: Congratulations to each and everyone of you on a task completed. Your contributions through scholastic 06 honors, participation in student government, in athletics and in other activities have added much to the prestige of your school. May your memories of high school years be pleasant and may yours be a rich life of happiness and of service. MR. KOLLMAR Band Instructor MRS, BACHER Home Economics and Family Living A tw' A L' . -3 'Jacultq MRS. McCORMICK Commercial Instructor Q, -V-"af I2 X1 ' My MR. DOUCETTE ogg KN-5 History and Baseball Coach ' ii fr n I fy f X K MRS. BERCE Latin 1: , ',,,,..f-f" MRS. FULMER Librarian and Spanish MR. KEEP English and Speech MR. CONLEY Industrial Arts MR, MAHNKEY, Math, Football Coach MISS SU THERLAND P. E. , English fl 1? .Maj . in 'lacultq MR. SCODELLER P.E., Driving, Basketball Coach fbi' MR. POLIS Agriculture Instructor ky' Q MR. TUCKER 1 1 f 2 English, Journalism -Q.. MISS ST EN E Music 'X MR. SCHUMM MR. OBERSTADT English Algebra, General Science, General Business, Physics sll 'ORS ni. 101' 'mn Af W Q' aff' Q 0 ,. V n.. ,W Yu 333:5--.f,.. , .,. M v..,d.3" ,, . 'Mr , L, M w.. 'fy-r?3'fx1'f N - w 1. ..,, M' W nm my 7 Q' M HQ. "N..,,,:" wx" mmm uf wa., ,W niagara. an . . A. c - 'r2u5?f'-m'Z.ffi" :Ze EZ. f7""' WD "-JSYWI LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronnie Srnith, Treasurerg Sharlene Blackford, Presidentg Mrs. Davison, Advisorg Linda Leque, Secreraryg Larry Lien, Vice -Presidentg Jerry Sande Board of Control Representative. Jxrn Haba Barbara Llndahl im 1 Senior: R ,f-WSI? '- Claaa fgbicena Mike K. Sc Judv C 3 ,L 7 N .f 4 , A 'Q . 3 , ,.,,,p b .- r, A , f ff: 1 ' I ua 'Y 1 k ' ' 1- ' V . 31 . J-fu W T . -K' 'R . , fa., L M V .W ,, lvl t .6 .9 ,Q , I .5 71 5' A, gk, tr. v-.., . , 1' , , ' , 'Ffa -2 .-. .ls 3 lv M.. The Gang, Homecoming Dance. Vac. X Lollipop day. Susa Springtime fever. 1 L. nu... .-. Quit Loafing! Q FERT ALBERT "How did I ever make it?" 'TERRY ARNOTT "A welcome addition was Service Club 1,25 Coke he. 15 Senior Play 45 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Choraliers 45 Entered from Granite Falls, Washington Senio A SHARLENE BLACKFORD "The meeting will come to--Hey, listen." Leaders' Conference 35 Class President 45 All High Revue 35 Torch Honor 25 Paper Staff 3,45 Career Day 35 Editor School Paper 45 Cheer- leaders' Conference 35 Librarian 35 Librarians' Conference 3, BARBARA BOURSAW "Pleasant to be around." Band 1, 25 Chorus 3,45 Choraliers 45 G.A.A. 1, 2,45 Librarian 45 Girls' Glee 2. PAT BRITSCH "There are two sides to everything--my side and the wrong side. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- men 3,45 Service Club lg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4, F.F.A. Officer 4. JIM BULLOCK "I told you I'd graduate." Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 45 Service Club 1,25 Chorus 2, 3. Office Girl 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 35 K' fu? 'YTD CHARLES BEAN rand? BARBARA BERG "I can't study all the time." "A wide smile and a big Basketball 2, Basketball heart." Manager 45 Band 25 Librar- Office Girl 45 Band 1, 2 ian 2, 3. Chorus 1, 25 Tri-Trio 1,2 Paper Staff 1,25 Career Day 35 Dramatics 1, 25 Entered from Minnesota caviar' THIRZA BURRIS "Politeness goes far, yet LARRY CHAPMAN costs nothing." "l just had my oatmeal, Office Girl 45 Chorus 35 that's why l'm so mushy Choraliers 45 Library 35 Football 3, 45 All High Entered from Bothell, Revue 3: Entered from Waglljngton 2, C3.l1fOIYll8 3. 'QQ' Q-....,,,, 'Y' vu-r---uv JUDY CREIG HTON ,, . , BOB CROW CAREN DANIELSON DUANE DEXTER Good things come in H , H N Small packages. -r Generally speaking, he They thought me an angel The unspoken word never Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, generally is." till they saw the twinkle in dgeg harm," 49 Chorus Board 43 Service Club 1 2- Pro' t m e e " E d f A ' ciroreirers 3, o.A.A. 1, ' ' lee O' Y Y ' mere 'Om umm' 2' 3: Drill Team 2. 3' 49 Operator 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Senior Play 45 Program Com- washington 4, Senior Play 45 All High Chorus 3, 45 Chorus Board 45 mittee 4: EHISFSCJ ff0m giggling7Dg3fZJfP13g2?rS?5ff F.F.A. 1, 2. Tacoma, Washington 3. 1, Annual Staff 45 Class o Representative 3. JUDY ECKMAN "She can be serious, but she'd rather not." G.A.A. 1,2, 35 Song Leader 45 Girls' Club Repre- sentative 2, Secretary 8, President 45 Torch Hon- or 2, 3,45 Student Day 3, 45 Paper Staff 35 Girls' Club Conference 3, 45 Cheerleaders' Conference 4. Q' ROGER FLOE "When you stop to think, don't forget to start again." Football 1, 25 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JIM HABA "His leadership and friendly ways will put his DENNIS GRAN name in lights someday." JERRY FREBERG JIM FRIMML "They have to let me go Football 1.2. 3.42 BHSRCI' ball 1,25 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, "Let others do the labor "lsn't it great to be great?" now." Letterman 1. 2, 3'4,1-Orch and I'll do the rest." Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball Football 15 Service Club 15 Honor 2, 3,45 Student Day Football 1,2, 3, Lenermen 1, Track 1,2, 3,4, tener- Chorus 1,2, 3,45 choranerr 3642,1EHI1UH1 Steiff 2.54: - 2, 3,45 Chorus 15 Stage men 1, 2, 3, 45 Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Senior Pray 45 All Segtsatijgtfgi, Clif, Pigs, Crew 45 Paper Staff 4. 25 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. High Revue 3,4. dent 3. 51 hrs' .""'m gl: if if gi ?'kfr ,K 1, , 3 ,,,: PHILLIP HALL "Every man is great in his own way." Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- men 2, 3,4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Board 3, Choral- iers 3,4, Senior Play 4, All High Plazy 1,2, All High Revue , Career Day 3. BOB HAMILTON "I may be shy, but so was Jimm Stewart " y . Football 3,4, Track 4, Foot- ball Manager 2, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Projector Operator 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2. Seniona BILL HEGEBERG "I have the rest of my life to be good in." Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Chorus BOB HODGES 1,2,3. "Manners make the man." Baseball 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2. 'QF-'M VIRGINIA HANSEN "Nothing is impossible to a willing eart. " Office Girl 4, Girl's Club Vice-President 3, Class President 2, Vice-President 1, 3, Torch Honor 2, 3, 4, Torch Honor Secretary- Treasurer 4, Career Day 3, Girls' State 3, German Band 1. in DAVID HEAVEN "Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." Torch Honor 2, 3, 4, Student Day 4, F.F.A. 1 2. -its 'C' ARDITH JENSEN "Look into her eyes you see a little angel, look a little 19' Nur DENNIS HOINES deeper you see a little imp." THERESA JOERGENSON "A little nonsense now Office Girl 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, "l can't be good all the and then, is relished by 3: Girls' Club Secretary 4, time." the wisest rr1en." Class Treasurer 2, Secretary Band 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, 3, Paper Staff 3, Annual 3,4, Torch Honor 3,4, Track 3, 4, Lettermen 3, RICHARD IPSEN Editor 4, Girls' Club Confer- Student Day 4, Paper Staff 4, Band 1,2, Band Board "He looks quiet--but! " ence 4, Librarians' Confer- 3, Career Day 3, Librarian 2. Chorus 1, 2, Stage Crew 4. ence 3, Librarian 3. Conference 3, Librarian 3. if f Tag' CAROLYN KAALD "Quiet and gets away with it. " Office Girl 45 Chorus 35 G.A.A. 15 Junior Red Cross 1. 6 'S' MILBERT KRAMLICH "I'll make a great philoso- pher some day, don't you think?" Baseball 1,25 Football Man- ager 25 Basketball Manager 15 Lettermen 25 Service Club 1,25 Chorus 1,25 Chorus Board 25 Choraliers 2, 3,45 Senior Play 45 Librarian 4. GARY LARSEN Vis ARTHUR LEMKE "With such a personality, he could not help but make ood." gasketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3,45 Office Boy 45 Band 1, 35 SUSAN KNIGHT "If the good die young, l will live forever." Office Girl 45 Band 1, 25 G.A.A. 2, 3,45 Drill Team 45 A.S.B. Secretary 45 Sen- ior Play 45 All High Play 25 All High Revue 35 Paper Staff 35 Junior Red Cross 35 Entered from Mt. Baker High School 2. BILL KREBS "I'm not arguing with you, I'm telling you. " Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Lettermen Officer 45 A.S.B. Vice-President 45 Boys' Club Cabinet 35 Torch Honor 25 Baseball Captain 3, 45 P.A. announcer 4. Seniona "If she's around, boy, you'll know it." Office Girl 45 G.A.A. 1,25 Drill Team 1,25 Letterwomen 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Class Secre- tary 25 Class Treasurer 35 Senior Play 45 All High Revue 35 Paper Staff 1,2, 35 Homecoming Roya ty JUDY LANCE 2, 35 Queen 4. BETTY LARSON "ls she giggling again or still?" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 4. ,,I h h, h . . A.S.B. President 45 Boys' , ave 18 fimbluonsv Club Cabinet 25 Senior Play JAY LEQUE wait and see. 4: Torch Honor 2 3 4. Stu- "Live today, learn tomorrow." Proiecror OPGIHIOI 1.2. dent Day 3 4. 5: 5 Qi '1 2 Foorban 15 Service Club 15 3.4:Pf1Pef 5f21ff4:AHHUa1 1:,F.A. Offical- gsigoify' ' F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, F.F.A. Staff 314- smm af Librarian 2. Officer 3.4- LINDA LEQUE "Always busy when the teachers aren't looking." Office Girl 45 Band 1, 2 35 G.A.A. Officer 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Drill Team Leader 4, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter- women 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team 1, 2, 35 Class Rep- resentative 25 Girls' Club Cabinet 45 Class Secre- tary 45 Senior Play 45 Torch Honor 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 45 A.S.B. Program Chairman 4. 594 if us. LARRY LIEN "Be good and you will be lonesome." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Lettermen 3, 4, Letterman Officer 4, Service Club l, Vice- President 4, Senior Play 4, Stage Crew 4, All High Play l, Torch Honor 2. MIKE LIEN "You can lead me to know- ledge, but you can't make me think." Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Service Club 1,2, Chorus 1,2, 3, Chorus Board 2, Sen- ior Play 4, Stage Crew 4, All High Play 1, 2, Library 3, 4. Seniofta JOHN MJOEN "l don't let studies interfere with my high school education." Football 1, 2, 3,4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Service Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Boys' Club Cabinet 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Officer 4. LYLE MELUM "Someday I'll invent a studying machine." Football 1, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Lettermen 3,4, Service Club 1, 2, 3, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DEXTER MOEN "I may be president for all I know." Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, All High Play 3. MARGE MORITZ "Careful with those eyes!" Office Girl 4, Chorus 1, 3,4 Chorus Board 3,4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Paper Staff 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Homecoming Royalty 2, 4, Editor School Paper 4, Cheerleaders' Con- ference 2, 3, Girls' Glee l. BARBARA LINDAHL "The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." Band 4, Chorus 1, Choraliers 2,3,4, G.A.A. President 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- women 3,4, Girls' Club Cabinet 4, Senior Play 4, All High Revue 3, Torch Honor 2, 3,4, Student Day 3, 4, Annual Staff 3,4. lr TERRY MCKEAN "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm . " Basketball 1, F.F.A. l,2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Officer 2: Junior Red Cross 2, 3. ELVIN MAJOR "I stand before you to leave with you, my absence. " F.F.A.1,2,3,4. JOHN ODEGARD "If credits could only be won in sports." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket ball l, 2, 3,4, Baseball 2, Lettermen 3, 4, Service Club 1, Class Represent- ative 3. W Q? if SALLY OLSON "How soon a smile can change the world." Chorus 1, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4. ROGER PEARCE "Hand me my diploma, I'm leaving." Football Manager 2,4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Projector Operator 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 1,2, Librarian 3,4, Stage Crew 2, 3. 9 T3 LSVONNE SMITH "A friendly smile for everyone." Store 2, Office Girl 4, Librarian 3, Cafeteria 1. 3- 4. RONNIE SMITH "Life is not so short that there is not time enough for courtesy." Basketball 1, Class Treasurer 4, F.F.A. 1,2,3, vice- President 3. QU QFD- ROSS RATHBUN JIM SABO "Don't take life so seriously, "If kngwlgdge were the you'11 never get out of it food gf life' pd starve, alive anyway- " Service Club 1,2, 3,4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Manager 1, Lettermen 4, Service Club 1,2, F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. Chorus 4,"'Chorus Board 4, Stage Crew 4, Seniona JERRY SANDE "Well, I guess I'll take my massive brain home and ive it a rest." Footgall 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3,4, Lettermen Officer 3,4, Coke 1, Class Rep- resentative 4, Boys' Club Vice-President 3, Letter- men President 4, Class President 1, Vice-President 2, Torch Honor 2, F.F.A. l,2,3, Officer 2, Career Day 3. JOYCIE SHELTON "l'll have memories when I'm out of school." Chorus 1, 3, G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Drill Team 1,2, 3, 4, Letterwomen 3, 4, President 4. BILL SPECHT "Cramming may make some people wise, but it makes me otherwise . " Football 3,4, Track 3,4, RICHARD SUNDBERG Lettermen 3, 4, Service Club "Silence is one great art 2, 3,4, Chorus 3,4, Entered of conversation. " from California 2. Service Club 1, F.F.A. 2. it 'Y' is ROGER WAITE GLORIA WHITNEY CAROL BLACK "It takes all sorts of "The nice thing about sil- "Even girls are sometimes people to make this ence is that it can't be mischieveous, and I'm no world. " repeated. " exception, " Football 1: Basketball 1, Store 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2,43 Chgfug 1' 2. 3: C1101-ug Board 2, 3,4g Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Junior Red Cross 4. 2, Tri-Trio 3, Choraliers 3g Lerrermen 1.2.3: Service G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4g Letter- ghgbg: Qffice B0y44: S 0 women 3,43 Tennis Team - - - FSHSUICF I 3,4g Pa er Staff 3g unior Torch Honor 2, 3, 4g Stu- Red Crogs 3g Librariian 4. dent Day 3,43 Baseball Captain 3, 4. 'Hiatonq In the opening week of September l954, eighty-five frightened, awe-stricken fresh- men, the lower strata of high school society, gathered for the first time at Twin City High School. in time they gained enough prestige to become the present senior class, the class of 1958. That first year, filled with innumerable new experiences and activities, Jerry Sande, Virginia Hansen, Roger Floe, and Mike Lerom were the elected leaders and planners. After a delightful orientation activity known as the Soph-Frosh Party, held by the sopho- mores for the incoming frosh, they sponsored a mixer, and finally a return party for the sophomores. Mrs. Kirk and Mr. Van Gasken ably assisted and guided this freshmen class of 1954. As sophomores these semi-studious scholars established a name for themselves With the guidance of their advisers, Mr. Scodeller, Mr. Conley, and Mr. Van Gasken, and under the leadership of their officers, Virginia Hansen, Jerry Sande, Judy Lance, and Ardith Jensen, this industrious group planned and held the first homecoming dance in many years. In addition to the highly successful Coronation Ball, they held a Frosh-Soph party for the incoming freshmen. Some members even found time to increase the financial assets of the class by selling coke and candy at home ball games. During the iunior year the main activities were: a Junior Prom, "Stairway to the Stars," their Junior-Senior Banquet, "Plantation Party," and unathorized excursion to Vancouver B. C.-for this they paid dearly. Advisers during their third year in Twin City High were Mrs. McCormick and Mr. Conley. Both were wonderful counselors in moments of need. The officers were: Jim Haba, Virginia Hansen, Ardith Jensen, and Judy Lance. Fifty-one of the original eighty-five students reached the status of seniors. Altogether there are sixty-three seniors. Under the direction of officers: Sharlene Blackford, Larry Lien, Ronnie Smith, and Linda Leque, and advisers, Mrs. Davison and Mr. Schumm. They sold popcorn at home ball games and gave a Senior Ball in the spring. A rollicking play, "If Mother Only Knew," was staged on November 22 under the direction and supervision of Mrs. McCormick. The class of T958 graduated on June 5 and culminated four enjoyable years of their lives which will always be associated with happy moments and friendly faces. I6 JUNIGRS 3 'DQ li- dgf ii tn--sw' x f' Xf BACK ROW: David Fisher, Oran Fjarlie, Jerry Gilbertson, Delbert Fox, Mike Crxppen, Dennis Frimml, John Fure, Frank Gillum. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Oberstadt, Adviser, Bill Grissom, Jerry Corfee, Lynn Carlson, Karen Fortin, Gertrude Burris, Dan Chapman. FRONT ROW: Carol Garrison, Ann Bernhardt, Janet Eilertson, Dorine Botten, Betty Gillum, Jeanette Grinde, Edith Cheever. Inav. flumona , Y i 2-A fe 45' ZW Qin.. Mrs McCormtck, Adviser: Dick Krebs Vice Presidentg Mike Killian Treasurerg Lynn Carlson, Secretary David Fisher, President: Dennis Frrmml Board of Control 1 ' ' ' Representative .' 'W' ., W If y ... ,.. If-bytf-'x'?' .r vu-my WY wa BACK ROW. Jerry Hood, Monty Loojp, Jack Ihde, Mike Crrppen, Stanle Hanson, Mike Killian, Dewayne Lervrck MIDDLE ROWgMrs. McCormic , A viserg Chickie Mae Johnson, Ann Johnson, Peggy Larson, Patsy Lindahl, Laura Lilgreen, Judy Hansen, Colleen McCormick, Carolee Kvande, FRONT ROWgMarilyn Higgins, Jeanie Maquire, Janet Klett, Charanne Laan, Virginia Heaven, Shirley Lindell, Susan Krogstad. ,,?,, W -um V? QW New BACK ROW. John Simonson, Dick Krebs, Ralph Walls, Mike Warner, Dennis Thompson, Roger Olson, Larry Ranes Carl Pearson. THIRD ROW: Bob Neslund, Gary Reinecke, Mike Roscovius, John Tengelin. SECOND ROW: Allan Sherk, Wayne McKean, John Olson, Arlene Moa, Nancy Olson, Jeanie Melum, Joan Mitchell. FIRST ROW: Lillian Piercy, Gail Weerda, Mary Margaret Olsen, Janice Williams, Mary Nielsen, Charlotte Sloss, Marlene Pearson. SOPHOMORES g 4' in 4? - in C, f fa ffl' RX ,, LIL? 2: xi f ' V 5 -my L. ,!"'f YWIV V ,M ,Z Autogwphs lf 4 ., tif, C, !,! WNW ,gli J BACK ROW: Barry Christensen, Lyle Erickson, John Carroll, David Amundson, Allan Anderson, Bob Haugstad, Dale Glandon. THIRD ROW: Mike Bloom, Ed, Bonar, Warren Hill, Robert Dodgson, Tom Hamilton, Herb Hansen. . SECOND ROW: Mr. Doucette, Diana Graves, Dorothy Feller, Carol Coombs, Dorothy Blakesley, Audrey Dallman. FIRST ROW: Jane Eagen, Karen Granston, Maxine Engebretsen, Joan Bell, Judy Berg, Judy Hanson, Susan Hall. Sophomonea Q ef 9' .fs ak. 0 0 Gary Leque, Treasurer: Judy Schei, President, Karen Mellum Vice-President, Maxine Engebretsen, Secretary, Karen Granston, Board of Control Recyaresentativeg Mr. Conley, A viser. ,Y aw. 'Q 1'l 10 BACK ROW: Frank Smith, Bob Walls, Gary Walls, Dick Sather, John Raider, Dan Stovner, LaMont Roberts. MIDDLE ROW: Sally Wolance, Darrell Olson, Jim Parrish, Jev Shelton, Dan Selmann, Lenora Strand. FRONT ROW: Karen Neslund, Ethel Turk, Deanna Wahl, Judy Schei, Sharon Schneider, Ruby Otterson, Artis Specht, Marlene Somers. FRESHME DP- 9 vouch xv! LXVX!-XG T, M. -GS- Gneahmen Eckman, Lela Carroll, Joan Ellingson, Sharon Davenport, Jean Elder. Q' BACK ROW: Bruce Campbell, Corky Carlson, Delbert Danielson, Mike Britsch, Frank Burris John Eilertson. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Tucker, Mike Erickson, David Brudvick, John Bernhardt Greg Bloom, Kathy Ellis, Sharon Corfee, Delores Fure, Margaret Albert, Diane Holbef-L' Mrs. Fulmer. FRONT ROW: Donna Bower, Linda Dayment, Karen Christensen, Madeline Xb f-Z 3 0 R 1 's J I .V is .J'l'f' XX " ff f V X 1 X 6 wi I J Karen Christensen, Treasurer, Joan Ellingson, Secretary. FRONT ROW: Bruce Campbell President, David Brudvick, Vice-President, David Naas, Board of Control Represent- ative. , - 5 'lf ' 'Q' l sh ff: BACK ROW: Fred Reuble, Floyd Whitney, Vernon O'Day, Dennis Pearce, Jerry Schei, Bruce Schaeffer, Larry Sande. MIDDLE ROW: Floyd Orsborn, Bill Rod, Eric Schram, Ricky Rathbun, Mike Oberi. FRONT ROW: Natalie Ottinger, Shirley Owens, Betty Parker, Sharon Sawyer, Karen Torset, Macushla Reilly, S aron Sandberg. vp QA E T 1 -N! ,gr ,K QQQ. BACK ROW: Calvin Johnson, Jerry Hoskins, Kenneth Hill, Benny Fure, Larry Haugen, Bill Fure Richard Hanson Mike Fisher. MIDDLE ROW: Ronald Hubbard Clinton Kallock Ronnie Goldsberry, Allen Gnbertson, Steve Hall, Myron Forstrom. FRONT ROW. Mary Hamilton, Mary Hegeberg, Vickie Haba, Jeanette Hicks, Donna Gregg, Tom Fortin, Gorden Hammons. Q--in 'H-sq.,-QQN J 5.3 if! School in spring "The Girls" 11.- Assembly Shell Karen C - . Kathy E Cafeteria ACTIVITIES 1 Y 1 I BACK ROWg Mrs. McCormick, Adviser, Jev Shelton, Bob Neslnnd, Jim Ilaha, David Ileaven, Mike Killian, Art Lemke, Roger Waite. THIRD ROW: Barbara Lindahl, Dan Slovner, Dan Selniann, Barry Christensen, John Olson, Denny Friniml, Dan Chapn1an,Jeanerte Grinde, Peggy Larson. SECOND ROW: Charlotte Sloss, Janet Klett, Karen Fortin, Colleen McCormick, Theresa Joergenson, Judy Eckrnan, Virginia Hansen, Shirley Lindell, Carol Garrison, Virginia lleaven. FRONT ROW: Judy Craig iron, Marlene Somers, Maxine Engehretson, Sharon Magill, Karen Neslund, Deanna Wahl, Mary Krersehmer, Janice Williams, Lynn Carlson. 'Jonah -Honor: Virginia Hansen, Secretary- Treasurerg Mike Killian, Vice-President, John Olson, Presidentg Mrs. McCormick Adviser. Student DAVID HEAVEN Mr. Mahnkey JL.-XNLTTL GRHNDL Mr. Douceue Daq IUDY CRIQIGHTON Mr. Sheau " -v E ST' ','jjffv M Q W, '7'A:'.r7' X M-V-. X' XX' """"Srs-4 W if ' Mwx. f JOHN OLSON X X Mr. SCINIIHRU K QQ-K ug -, X Y, F ff! LN MM, IHERLSA JOERGLINSON MISS Sutherland BARBARA LINDAHL M155 Stems-Mr. lxollmar 1 ,IM NABA lr lug mr DENNY FRIMML Mr. Scodellcr Student JUDY ECKMAN Mrs. Fulmer Daq MIKE KILLIAN Mr. Oberstadr BOB BESLUND Mr. Conley-Mr. Polis , . ' 5' - f . F, -ig X' ,. "5 i if X X COLLEEN MCCORMICK Mrs' Davison K.x12EN FORTIN Mrs. Hammons SFCC 'af X Sefwice Club is it QQ if QQ, l ,, All BACK ROW: Alfred Miller, Bruce Campbell, Roger Pearce, Floyd Orsborn, Gary Walls, Corky Carlson, John Tengelin, Ralph Walls. MIDDLIZ ROW: Mr. Shean, Bill Grisszom, Bill Fure, Calvin Johnson, Mike Britsch, Bruce Schaeffer, Dennis Pearce, Ronnie Goldsberry, John Bernhardt, Myron Forstrorn, Larry Haugen. FRONT ROW: Jim Kounkel, Ben Fure, Roger Lervick, Mike Fisher, Larry Lund, Mike Oberg, Richard Neilson. CI I gc C 1 John S. wry am Christmas Dinner Q-ni'i:..-.. We mt I-loyd Chrrstlnlis Dinner W,-4 wg -' A .fw , N, BACK ROW: Dan Chapman Assistant Editorg Dave Fisher, Assistant Business Manager, Jev Shelton, Apprentice. FRONT ROW: Gary Larsen, Photographer, Mrs. Davison, Adviser, Janice Williams, Assistant School Editor, Judy Creighton, School Editor, Ardith Jensen, Editor, Sharlene Blackford, Typlstg Marge Moritz, Typist, Jim Haba, Business Manager. Art Editor Pu BARBARA LINDAHL xi 'll W' 53 L J fox'-Px . ilu J Militia, an k . XX 29 Q , lil ll Vx 12 .. ll 1405 -r . Xl Libnan X BACK ROW: Joycie Shelton, Barbara Boursaw, Jean Melunr, Mrs. lnlrner. MIDDLIQ ROW: Gertrude Burris, Arlene Moa, Roger Pearce, Jerry Grlbertson, Mike Lien, Milberr lirarnliclr, IfRON'l' ROW: Nancy Olson, Betty Larson, Dexter Moen, Bill Hegeberg. 1, f' an... Q p"0f2Cfoq opellafgfla LEFT TO RIGHT: Floyd Orsborn, Fred Kraeke, Gary Larson, Roger Pearce, Roger Waite, Bob llannlron, Torn Fortin, Ronnie Smith, Mike Oberg, Boo Crow, Naralre Orringer. A Q25 32, lf' H P J' m""'l'lg,,,,.. A K ihn,,,.,A,,' Y A XS " 1 , ,Nw H gi - -f KW.: W Mm iffffim' 14 Elgin' K ' - ' 3 if ,. - X! I n - ,, X L 1 . 5 is z 4 ur as 31 al 1 L Q .Y -at 'TF' 4 ll., n I' KW ,, Ld, ,, .GK " R57 fx 1 V, TF? L Vai? fkkw -mmf' ska -1, Si fx --' Band BACK ROW: Marlene homers, Lela Carroll, Dorothea Plullrps, lom lloruu, Bob Crow. MIIJDLI: ROW: Judy Berg, Joan E1l1IlgSOIl, Judy Q,IE51glllOll, Mrku Bloom, sandra lxlocu, blmrrou llaxeuport, lRONT ROM, Nlrbrnm Harrscrl, Ann Bernhardt, Ruby Olrersou, Barbara Liudahl, Donna Gregg. MQW' A ,ww , ..,.wW.Mw- M i . F W fx mv W fl ' A MS ff' gf Q if 1 4 5 A g W W . ff!! ,.., A,,. ,i1 ,5 V v R qi ff ., . - . J,,,?H ,,,, I ,Q J Z L45 it f FN BACR ROW Gail Xweerda Susan Yonnbren Mike Britseh Terry Xrnorr 'wlxlberrKraml1ch, Jim Sabo Allan Xnderson Dennis Gran Betty Larson Barbara Boursaw MIDDLLROW Maxine Engebrcrsen Sally Olson Mary Margaret Olsen Natalie Orunber Ralph Kramlich Bob Crow, Richard llanson Wayne Lrndahl Lynda Madsen Karen Mellnni Thiraa Burris Marge Moritz. FRONT ROW Janise Saben Judy Creibhron Connie Randall janet Major Jacquie Lance Miss Srene Berry Jean Wade Barbara Lrndahl Karla Loescher Jeanie Maguire Charlene Roberts. Chonua Bound STANDING: Richard Han- son, Bill Specht, Bob Crow, Dennis Gran, Marge Moritz. SITTING: Miss Stene, Janet Major, Jeanie Maguire, Judy Creighton. BACK ROW: Dennis Gran, Allan Anderson, Terry Arnott, Milbert Kramlich, Ralph Kramlich, Wayne Lindahl. FRONT ROW: Mary Margaret Olsen, Gall Weerda, Maxrne Engebrersen, Tluraa Burrls Barbara Boursaw, Barbara Lindahl, Karla Loescher, Karen Mellum. Jumor Assembly. , l,.., E1 IM . gg aff, P5 . 5 312 af I , y Yi ,ff -i'21i?:fk'?g' ,KW ,,.w""3.7"---ZW V I 5 ff A , , I " 3 . U A "L w-v,,, .41-r"""" ' 1 Q ft, Z '?5"'fe'f'liiff :K -1 A" ' iii-S ef ' MIXCI K ,- -A M , . f... Easy Dexter- 1 y . Good Ord School ' M.,-4 Trl Trlo Hat T BACK ROW: Maxine Engebretsen, Susan Youngren, Natalie Ottinger, Lynda Madsen, Betty Jean Wade. FRONT ROW: Janise Sagen, Bobbie Jean Rurnsey, Macushla Reilly, Marlene Larson. en.,,,,,, ,al , L, W ?i w , melodiena J' 1 ,1 23? W 'Jai - 'Inio ee BACK ROW: Janet Klett, Mary Margaret Olsen, Jeanie Maguire, Karen Fortin. FRONT ROW. Karen Neslund, Charlotte Sloss, Janice Williams, Ann Bernhardt Mary Kretschmer. . iq ,fn Md New ee me I WW' VA"' . '53 F522 V , Q x 5 V T 5 a w 1 ' f' M -, hk ix i 3 W :'- 4 'EJ is AM, 'PTE N? gk, ,313 f,,v , fa, Q 1, '--s r 3 1 ,yu-' h,,-. - . 4 7 f up yf-1: Q13 'kEQ'5g-4:25 X: L.,. .,,. A 1 ,F f ,nf ,kk f Q Oblgice i ' Qifrla J r Wg A ' F BACK ROW: Mrs. Hammom, Mrs. Mccormrck, Art Lemke Roger Waite. FRONT ROW: Ardirh Jensen, Judy Lance, Linda Leque, Marge Moritz, Sharlene Blackford, Susan Knight, Virginia Hansen, Barbara Berg, Thirza Burris. PJ! 2 mlb Wlna. Hammond mna. Qoeuqenaan Cabetenia Staf5l5 .QQ BACK ROWg Sally Wolance, Cheryl Murphy, Jerry Corfcc, Mary Hamilton, Carol Ronnei, Joan lillingsen, Mr Bacher, Mrs. Breunr, FRONT ROW: Mrs. Walserh, Jean Lldcr. Stone Clenka Fisher LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Schneider, Gloria Whitney. Coke Boqa S w ' 6 K "'2' ,Z , ' . l iig . L.,1 M ,jg f. X E 4 A iv 4 A 'W' " ' 4 ? vm 5 ge ,A V , X :avi Q ,, , is W P x if Km 'QEEIQSE N Sf M 9 2.5 W 5-3- I -'-11D""- fl ALA, QKM Ugg' 2 3 'Shaw H Senior: Plaq "IF MOTHER ONLY KNEW" By Donald Payton The Hever Publishing Company Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cas? Janet Maxwell . .Linda Leque Aunt Mary. . Barbara Lindahl Connie. . . Judy Creighton Betty Lou Maxwell .... Susan Knight Bernadine . . .Judy Lance Wilbur Maxwell . Dennis Hoines Hercules Nelson . BerfAlber1' Mr. John Maxwell.Phillip Hall Glayds Gooch ..... Caren Danielson Charles "Brains" Burke . . Art Lemke Dr. Jeffry Gooch. Dennis Gran Badge Burns . . . Roger Floe Policemen . . Larry Lien Mike Lien BACK ROW: Dennis Gran, Art Lemke, Dennis Hoines, Roger Floe. THIRD ROW: Larry Lien, Bern Alberr, Phillip Hall. SECOND ROW: Judy Creighton, Susie Knight, Caren Danielson, Judy Lance, FRONT ROW: Barbara Lindahl, Linda Leque, Mrs. McCormick, Director. BACK ROW Jerry Sande Sen1orRepresenrauve Mr Shelton Princrpal Mrs Davrson V1cePr1nc1pa1 Lrnda Leque Program Charrman FRONT ROW Denn1sFr1mm1 Junior Represenrarrve Karen Gransron Sophomore Representauve Dav1dNaas Freshman Representatrve Roger Wane, Treasurer B111 Krebs Vrce Presrdent Art :L BACK ROW Tom Fortxn Freshman Representatrve Jeanre Maquire, Pl'Og1'3II1Ch31II1'18I1 Mr Shelton Prlnerpal Mrs Davrson V1cePr1nc1pa1 FRONT ROW Allan Anderson Sophomore Representauve Dennrs Homes Senror Representauve Art Lemke Vrce Presrdenr Mary Margaret O1sen, Junror Representauve B111 Krebs Presrdent SPURTS S- Vi --Q.,- ,I flutoqnapha Uell Leaclefla LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Lance Sandra Moen, Karen Fortin. Song Leadena LEFT TO RIGHT: Colleen McCormick, Sue Hall, Judy Eckman. Pep Stabb LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Lance Judy Eckman, Sandra Moen, Sue Hall, Karen Fortin, Colleen McCormick. it had , ,, -Q5 war A If wx I . Q ix 5 3' af K K w ,Q , iff 1' J Agqigg- .,,.g 4. :QIEWL i' 1r in 35' fg 45 xx? ,, if 4.L G ,- My F"'9N' W QHTUW M4 QI 7, V 4 . J' 0--I QV ,V 'E t I, I X 1 tg? , 'fi W ll :WR New K V K fy-M M r :E 1 a 5 O wc -. gf ' 0,9 J'- - W:- fi "lin 1 Lvuwffii -4, O k -on W o Q 5 V-pig f V' if QJTQ 1, Fw up X 1 Coachea LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Nemo, Basketballg Mr. Scodeller, Basket- ball, Trackg Mr. Mahnkey, Football, Freshman Basketball. Homecoming it Rofqaltq Jrm Frrrnml, Our Queen Judy, Jerry Sande. Artis Specht, Karen Torset, Judy Lance, Queeng Susan Krogstad, Marge Moritz. BACK ROW: Jerry Corfee, Dick Sather, Walter Mefford, Barry Christensen, DeWayne Lervick, Jev Shelton John Fure, Larry Ranes, Dave Fisher, Jerry Sande. MIDDLE ROW:M1'. Mahnkey, Jim Haba, Mike Killian, Jerry oo Dexter Moen, Oran Fjarlie, Larry Lien, John Odegard, John Simonson, Roger Pearce. FRONT ROW Mike Roscovius, Pat Britsch, Dick Krebs, Ross Rathbun, Bill Specht, Jim Frimml, Lyle Melum, Dennis Frimml John Mjoen. we Vaftaitq '3ootball SEASON RECORDS 7 6 O 7 6 6 7 6 7 Snohomish Ferndale Seclro Woolley Loke Stevens Concrete Longley Monroe Oak Harbor Arlington S lllx i l , -, W J It 'Q ' in .wgigwlea 39, John Mjo CH Dexter Moen Ross Rathbun Senior: A l50'AV.l m V ' l" if n aff 5 ,,, Q5 Vcmaitq '3'ootball Pat B ritsc Jerry Sande H 9 B111 Specht Lyle Melum John Odegard K1 5... EA Plaqena QD' Jim Frimrnl BACK ROW, Eric Schram, Steve Hall, Larry Norgaard, Bruce Campbell, Ricky Rathbun, Calvin Johnson, B111 Fure MIDDLE ROW Mr Nemo Delbert Danielson James Mitchell Floyd Whitney Kenneth Hill Mike Miller Ben Fure, Wayne Lindahl, FRONT ROW, John Bernhardt, Jim Kounkel, Clinton Kallock, Tom Fortin, Mike Oberg, John Eilertson, Bruce Schaeffer, Dave Brudvik. 'heahmen Goofball SEASON RECORD T.C. 41 Lake Stevens 7 T.C. 7 Snohomish 6 T. C. 35 Arlington O T.C. 7 Marysville I2 T.C. 7 Sedro Woolley I9 Vlly CITY CITY IM' Vllfy Cary Vll,y VII CITY CITY WIWI' LIE Len U BACK ROW: Mr. Nemo, John Mjoen, John Odegard, Art Lemke, Denms Homes, Monty Loop, Oran Fjarlie, Mr. Scodeller. FRONT ROW: Jim Bullock, Dave Fisher, Roger Waite, Jerry Sande, Gary Leque, Dexter Moen, Phillip Hall. Vanaitq Baaleetlfall SEASON RECORD Mt. Vernon 57 T.C. 45 Arlington 57 - W Darrington 49 T.C. 63 Lake sfevens 26 Ng I V Lynden 47 T. C . 46 Monroe 56 I Ferndale 5l T. C . Concrete Burlington 38 T.C. Oak Harbor Oak Harbor 34 T.C. Langley Burlington 44 T.C. 44 Arlington Langley 42 T.C. 62 Lake Stevens 53 John Odegard-Forward A left-handed forward who showed outstanding ability as a shooter and rebounder. The Cards big man. He did a tremendous job rebounding. The best, fast break man on the squad. He should have an outstanding year coming up. Oran Fjarlie -Center 4 CITY Letter: Winnena Roger Waite -Guard, Captain He is one of the fastest and most aggressive guards that has played for the Cards in the past 5 years. Rog had a very fine year. Denny Hoines -Forward Dexter Moen -Forward He was the handy-man on this years Cardinal team. He play ed at all positions and did a swell job. Jerry was the hard luck player on the squad. He was hurt early in the season and didn't get back into action until Dennis is a senior forward. He had an outstanding year being one of the top scorers in the district. late in the season. A fine team player. Jerry Sande -Guard Art Le mke -Forward John Mjoen-Center Letter: Winnena Art is a senior reserve forward. Although he didn't play a lot he was a valuable member of the squad. , A reserve guard who did a fine job when called on. Dave Fisher -Guard The teams small man. He has a fine set shot and he Jim Bullock -Guard Monty Loop-Forward 1114! should be tough next year. John Mjoen rs a senior re- UTY serve center. He made his first letter in basketball this year. A very fast and aggressrve junior forward. A good rebounder and team player. BACK ROW Mr Nemo Lyle Erxckson Denny Frrmml Wayne McKean, Gary Leque Larry Kappel Larry Jensen FROINT ROW B111 Larson Dan Selmann Bob Haubstad Jev Shelton, Dan Stovner Second 'Jeam Arlington Lake Stevens Monroe Concrete Oc1kHorbor Longley Arlington Lake Stevens BACK ROW: Coach, Mr. Mahnkey, Calvin Johnson, Brlly Pure, Bruce Campbell, Delbert Danielson, John Eilertson, Steve Hall. MIDDLE ROW: Dennis Pearce, Floyd Whitney, Bruce Schaeffer, Eric Shram, Mike Miller, Larry Norgaard, Tom Fortin. FRONT ROW: James Mitchell, Mike Oberg, Jerry Schei, John Bernhard David Naas, Clinton Kallock, David Brudvik. 'flneahmen Team ff sEAsoN RECORD Q17 ' LC. 39 Lcke sfeve-ns 20 4 nc. 27 Arlington so M T.c. I0 snohomash 22 - N LC. sa Marysville 31 N, T.C. 28 Monroe 21 eh, T.C. 28 Lake Stevens 26 r.c. 34 Arlington as T.C. 31 Snohomish 39 57 hm ,.,. M Q W-N, are iw Q . X Y,L,k . wwe LM P W Q x L , 5 , L Eaf'5sf9Q'4f 4, 1' 'Z' -as QQ? +4-Sf :HM 'E ,...vw l .W . v , ik W . 2 if r 31 , 1, Q, eff is ""' Q 1 1 xii sf'- 'ff-M., SSW. V AWA 1. '-.xqffl ., x w,,,,K 1 , 459 ' ffl: 1 ,gm ml LL ig vi f N1 .wi W f ff ND wgaiwwuffarxszawnsimlgxwamm, 11 -fmbwga Q E.. .,-: -,-.. A .iff -QQ - S' 7 : . ki i .V 1 rfiifg . -f " ,pin 1 iw 3, , ij: , 351- ' I I... -"FK was-V ' WSL x -,,,, Gx Q 4'i'XiJ" :EZ 'L x I I 'Ezra ' 1 -, , K J af ,T5"fWf A-'mmm M M ...Q--K 'V ww 5" ' fs A M yu ' mf 1 x pw? 1 Alan 85 Sherry. Calenclan SEPTEMBER T3 Twin City at Snohomish I9 Yell Leaders Conference at Twin City 20 Ferndale at Twin City-Sr. Mixer 23 "B" at Arlington 26 Pictures Taken 27 Twin Cit at Sedro Woolley 30 Oak Harhor "B" here OCTOBER 3 Frosh at Marysville 4 Lake Stevens at Twin City-Jr. Mixer 8 Torch Honor Initiation TO Frosh at Snohomish ii Twin City at Concrete T4 Arlington "B" at Twin City I7 Frosh at Lake Stevens T8 Frosh-Soph Party 2i "B" at Marysvil e 24 Arlington Frosh at Twin City 25 Twin City at Langley 26 Leaders' Conference Everett J. C. 28 Marysville "B" at Twin City 31 Monroe Frosh at Twin City NOVEMBER T Monroe at Twin City-Soph Mixer 4 Polio Immunization 7 Marysville Frosh at Twin City 8 Oak Harbor at Twin City Frosh Mixer-lst Quarter il No School Armistice Day I4 Report Cards I5 Twin City at Arlington 22 Senior Play 25 National Assembly 28-29 Thanksgiving Vacation L k fx it A F if X 4? ,X 5 gf fa., if f x 5 . in .ZLW .1 4, U L 1 ef! Q, if S if f . ' iii JY' 1 QQ-U13 3 mf J Calendar: MARCH 4 Sr. Assembly I4 Jr. Assembly-Letter Awards T7 General Motors Previews of Progress 21 3rd Quarter 27 Report Cards 31-4 Spring Vacation APRIL 7 Monroe at Twin City IO Twin City at Lake Stevens ll All High Review T4 Arlington at Twin City T5 F.F.A. Banquet I7 Twin City at Oak Harbor 21 Langley at Twin City 24 Twin City at Concrete 25 Soph. Assembly 26 Jr. - Sr. Banquet MAY 'l Twin City at Monroe 3 Class Reunion 5 Lake Stevens at Twin City 8 Twin City at Arlington 9 Spring Concert IO Sr. Ball i2 Oak Harbor at Twin City T5 Twin City at Langley T6 Freshmen Assembly T9 Concrete at Twin City 29 Last Day of School for Seniors JUNE l Baccalaureate 5 Graduation 7 School 's Out AD ERTISING 6 6' 6' J 5- C' '04 "0 QQQ flutoqnapha EAST STANWOOD AUTO PARTS Parts for your car truck or tractor HOME MEAT MARKET East Stanwood W C 53 HANSEN S TV SERVICE Televnsuon Sales and Service East Stanwood KVAM DRUG Success to the Grads LUND S SERVICE Gas OTI Tlres Congratulations to the Grads AMUNDSON S MENS SHOP Congratulatlon to the graduatnng Class of T958 N ELSON S VARIETY East Stanwood Congratul atuons Grads ANDERSON PLUMBING 8- HEATING East Stanwood Best Wlshes Grads DEPOT BARBER SHOP Fred Tucker BREUM DRY GOODS East Stanwood Best Wishes to the Graduatung CIass GLEN THE BARBER East Stanwood P H HOLLEY REAL ESTATE Insurance RALPH s UNION 76 STATION STANWQOD FEED 3' Gas, OTI Furestone FARM SUPPLY Tures Purma Chows East Stanwood E f Stanwood Best of Iuck Grads Cf J A MUNCIE Wholesale Dlstrlbutor OF CALIFORNIA East Stanwood PURE FOOD MARKET George Hanson, Propr Grocerles Meat JIM HANSEN S SHURFINE GROCERY East Stanwood MERCANTILE GROCERY East Stanwood KLETT S MARKET Best wnshes to the Grads LASSIE SHOP ARNOLD FURHEIM Gifts 8g Apparel Sucgfggsfo the ADAIR AUTO PARTS Headquarters for Auto Truck parts and suppITes Flmsh the dlfflcult 'ob now IRA SHORTY ORDWING REALTOR Good Iuck to the Grads from ELLIS CHEVROLET CO Authorrzed Chevrolet Dealer East Stanwood E F JOSEPHSON O D OPTOMETRIST East Stanwood CAMANO FUEL 8. SERVICE Stanwood W C 7I HAYS MOTOR COMPANY TWIN CITIES AUTO CENTER East Stanwood CongratuIatTon to the Grads STANWO OD CAFE Seafoods are our specualty 1 . 0 I Il ' STANDARD OIL co. GILBERTSON S HARDWARE Congratulatrons to the Grads of 1958 Hamburgers Sc Shakes OVENELL S DRIVE IN MARY Sc TED W C 1152 Congratulauons to the Grads' STANWOOD CompI :ments to the Grads DRUG rom FERRIS UPHOLSTERY STOR E Stanwood MARK KIMBALL JEWELER Stanwood DR E G WHEELER DENTIST Stanwood TWIN CITY NEWS Devoted to IocaI Interests Harry Dence Ray Horn W 311 STANWOOD MILLWORK Best of Iuck to the Grads TWIN CITY AUTO REBUILD C W Hargraves Body 81 Fender Day 8. Nrght Towrng GATEWAY GARAG E EImer Whitney Propr W C 2202 Make Sure your Car rs Safe BRYANT HARDWARE Stanwood W C 991 PALACE MARKET Best of Iuck rn years to come TWIN CITY FOODS INC Stanwood Washmgton WC 851 ALLAN S GROCERY W C 451 Stanwood Best wrshes to the Class of 58 HARTNEYS Class of 58 CLYDE S SERVICE Stanwood STANWOOD SERVICE Manser Wangeness W C 752 REX HOTEL Stanwood W C 1001 JIM S SPORTING GOODS Stanwood Hunting 8g Flshmg Supplies Fountain Servrce FRANCIS POWELL TELEVISION SERVICE Stanwood RCA Vrctor Admrral TV STANWOOD AUTO Dodge PI mouth Congratu atrons to the Grads INf'74l,k ODEGARD CONSTRUCTION CO Engrneers and General Contractors 37th 81 Broadway f IV 5 Everett Washrngton ff AM va Congratulatrons to the Grads of 1958 0 U f .C. H "Success to the CO. SM f . . 5. V .5 I ' EXQ- rr ' n BROWN Sr STONE MUSIC CO Where repairing is a business not a sideline B B MEAT Sr SAUSAGE MFG CO INC High Grade Products Bellingham Washmgton Herb Person Typewru ters Adding Machines STANWOOD HARDWARE 8. FURNITURE Everything for the home since l902 Congratulations to the class of l958 DAN GARRISON Real Estate Insurance Route I Stanwood Phone Ca I4l Best wishes to the class of l958 ADAMS WELDING LARSON S SHELL SUPPLY CO SERVICE Phone Alpine 2 4500 Shell Heating Oils IIII Hewitt Goodyear Tires Everett Washmgton Stanwood ES ulRE CLEANERS THE HITCHING POST Q Stanwood The Old Fashioned Laundry Store With Modern I-men Supply fleas Box 386 Best wishes to the class of l958 FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanwood Stanwood Wash: ng ton Congratulations East Stanwood Branch Seattle FIRST NATIONAL BANK Washmgton s Statewide Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Better Living Public Utility District No I of Snohomish County SORENSON AND STOVNER Insurance Real Estate Accounting Best of luck in the future grads J E HAMILTON 8. 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