Vancouver High School - Alki Yearbook (Vancouver, WA)

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MN-Q f A The ALKI 1937 Q Published by the Associated Students VANCOUVER HIGH SCHOOL Vancouver, Washington liN1srmv1Nu my Pl1I'l'1fIHSON-SCIION IQNGRAVING CUAIPANN l'0liT1,AND, OREGON l'I'IOTOGllAPI'lING BY YATL STUIJIO VANCUUVELQ, VVASHINGTON PIHNTIN4: BY Y,-XXl'Ol'Yl'IR HIGH SCHOOL PRINTING DEP I X'ANCoI?w:::, 'KVA S1'IIN4iTON M Foreword We present once more your yearly publication, the ALKI. Here is a record by picture and printed word of every activity of Vancouver High School. In- cluded in it are familiar scenes and faces which will in years to come serve as a reminder of your event- ful school days. This year has been marked in the history of the school as a momentous one. Progress and success have prevailed on the athletic field, in class work, and in the Hne arts. Milestones lie be- hind us for the individual and the school. Hence, "Growth" has been chosen as the theme for this year's publication. -Betty Wilcox, Editor Art M otzf The art theme in this year's ALKI portrays the stage of growth which Vancouver High School has attained up to the present time. Our school has come a long way. We have made growth from the pioneer days, as represented by the original Trapper of "Ex Libfris", to 1937, as represented by the modern football player of "Finis". Improvement has been made in many departments. We have now an electrically lighted field for our modern athlete, a new library, which provides better facilities for the pupils to study, improvement in instruction, because the faculty travels to schools of higher learning, and increased advantages in our social life, which include music and dramatics as part of our everyday activities. -Maxine Thibodeaux, Art Editor P Dr. Paul F. Gaiser Dr. Paul F. Gaiser, Superintendent of Vancouver Schools, has been a line friend to every high school student. Vancouver is well aware of Dr. Gaiser's work in the interest of the Whole school system, but we feel he is definitely :1 part of our high school. We express here our gratitude for his helpfulness. -Betty W'ilc0x, Editm if .X ' li School Board t Dr. A. P. Ryan, President Mr. L. M. Burnett Dr. L. L. Nunn Mr. Joseph E. Hall Mr. Floyd S. Ratchford Mr. Lloyd M. Matson, Secretary L Nl lllenry DyYoung F. Q E Mr. Henry De Young's fairness and s raightfor- wardness toward all the students have won for him the admiration of the entire school. His capable man- agement and leadership are making Vancouver High School one of the outstanding schools in the North- west. -Sam Alexander, President Associated Students of Varncouver High. School Mr. W. I-I. Conover Mr. W. H. Conover, Vice-principal of Vancouver High School, centers his interests in the betterment of the school. His whole-hearted services are available to anyone for the asking. His friendliness and inexhaustible energy make him invaluable to the school. -Bob Layne, President Boys' League ! L Miss Dorothea von Berg Miss Dorothea von Berg, our Dean of Gi1'ls, has exemplified the true meaning of friendship through her impartial attitude and her cheerful willingness to help others. Her untiring efforts to promote a feeling of mutual helpfulness and friendliness among the girls have gained for -her the cooperation and admira- tion of every girl in school. -Catherine O'Ban1'on President of Girls' League musx 'v-new '10-03', QM om to qv ' we QMS, 0 '00-01 Wm QQMQQ. Y 'a w xk Hx 'f femgoi u 0 su x N xx M x sk xmwfs fb ng, of 0 umhx 0505 N15 u mam Agn 'L 16 3 M we 'ws 0 New ' xv N 6 GREETINGS TO FACULTY AND STUDENTS The 1937 ALK1 records the history of the Vancou- ver High School for the school year 1936-37. Many commendable achievements are recorded on its pages. Our school is indeed proud of the progress that has been made in all departments. Faculty and students are to be congratulated upon their splendid cooperative efforts which have made this year so successful. To all I extend the greetings of the Vancouver High School. -Henry De Young LOUIS S. BARTER, A.B.-University of Missouri. History. WESLEY C. BROWN, Ph.B.-Hamline University. Physics. LOVELL A. CHENOWETH, B.S.-University of Washington. Dietitian. W. E. DUDLEY-41-Iistory, Economics. C. R. DUNCAN, B.M., M.M.'-U7LlU07'SlfQj of Washington. Supervisor of Public School Music, Glee Clubs, Band, Orchestra. 4RUBY M. EVANS, A.B.-Washington State College. English. CARL GUSTAFSON, B.S.-Washington State College. Physical Education, Supervisor of Public School Physical Education. PEARL A. HAL-L, A.B.-College of Idaho. Art, Supervisor of Public School Art. RUTH HALL, A.B.-College of Idaho. French, Geometry. BERTHA HUGHES, B.S.-+Washington State College. Mathematics. BLANCHE HURD, B.S.-Oregon State College. Journalism, English. MARGARET PAGE JOHNSON, A.B.-University of Michigan, A.M.-University of Washington. English. HELEN JOHNSTON, A.B.--University of Idaho. English. ARTHUR R. JOLIN, A.M.-University of llfashington. History. LILLIAN KING, A.B.-University of Ioieag A.M.-University of Washington. English, Public Speaking. EDDA M. MCCORDIC, A.B.-University of Oregon. Librarian. MAUDE A. MACDONALD, A.B.-University of Oregong A.M.-Columbia University. Biology. DAVID G. MILLER, A.B.-Washington State College. Printing. J. D. MILLER, A.B.-Grinnell College. A.M.-Washington State College. History. JOHN MONROE, A.B.-University of Washington. Assistant Supervisor of Music, Van- couver Public Schools. JULLIA MURRAY, A.B.-University of Washington. Latin. BEULNAH M. PORTER, B.S.--Oregon State College. Clothing. HILMA J. POWERS, A.B.-University of Wlashington. English. LUCILE ROBINSON, A.B.- -Pacific University. French, Spanish. LAURA E. RUGGLESS, A.B.-Willamette University. Bookkeeping. MARSHALL J. SHIELDS, B.S.-University of Oregon, A.M.--Columbia University. Physical Education, Biology. OLGA A. SAMUELSON, B.S.-Oregon State Collegeg A.M.-University of Washington. Shorthand, Typewriting. RUTH ALLEN SMITH, A.B.-Washington State College. English. HELEN E. THUN, A.B.-Washington State College. Home Economics. CECIL A. TUTTLE, A.B.-Washington State College. Shop. ROSA G. WEBBER B.S.-Oregon State College. Physical Education, Typewriting. VERA VVETHERELL, A.B.-VVashington State Collegeg A.M.-Cornell University. Geometry, Algebra. ' MARY E. WILLIAMS, Secretary. ELLA WINTLER, A.M.-University of Washington. German, Commercial Law. EARL S. VVOOSTER, A.B.-Amherst College. Chemistry. if Bartvr, Louis Evans, Ruby M. Hurd, Blanche McC0rdi4', lfldda Murrav, Julia Samuelson, Olga Vvvhlwr, Rosa G. Bruwn, NVeslery GnSta":-mn, Carl Johnson, M. P. MacDonald, M. Porter, Beulah Shields, M. VVvthe'rPlI, V1-ra .X Uhenfvweth, L. Hall, Pearl Johnston, Holen Millrr, David G. Powers, Hilma Smith, Ruth A, Williams, Mary lliuilvy. YV, E. Hull. Ruth Jolin, Arthur Miller. J. D. Robinson. Lucilv Thun, Helen VVintler, Ella Duncan. Chestvr Hughes, Bertha Kimi, Lillian Monroe, John Ruggless, Laura Tllttlfl, Cecil Wooster, Earl S Qxkom Mug, fu om Ms , wow Rs Xvooxvq. mms M90 ' as XX nh S 'Q Y ,MO WM 5 0 Goo . CY, 3 Mx AK S WOW T 00 Kava 'We MM yy Q RAW 5 QS 0 WM W Q x, W SQMOW X, 'R' S59 CLASS OF 1937 Shirley Dalen ..,.VY... ...,,......,.. ...........,A,,,,,.... ...........,,,, P r e sident Jacques DeKalb ....., ,,,.,, V ice-President Betty Wilcox ,,,,.... ,.,.....,,,, . Secretary Delbert Jackson ........,..,.... .,...,.....,,,,,,,.,... .,,,,.,.... T ' reasurer SENIOR ADVISORY GROUPS Miss Rosa G. Webber ...,........,,.....,,...,,,,........,,.A...,..,..,........ Chairman FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENTS PRESIDENTS ADVISERS Julius Ordway ,,,,.....A..,,,, Miles Babcock .....s ,,,.,,,,,,,,, M r. Barter Frederick Palmer ,,..,,..., Gordon Neil ....Y .... Gale Bettesworth ,7,,.7,.,...., Margaret Heller .,...,.... Miss MacDonald Otto Neth .....,.... .,,,,....,, M rs. Smith Raymond Martin .......... Russell Tuttle ..................,. Mr. Wooster Corinne Galbraith ,,iY,... Miss Johnston Muriel Black ................ Thelma Freeman ...,,,,,............ Miss King' Yi Nogano ...,....,,,,, Gaynell Headley ..,.,,,,,.,, Mrs. McCordic Elizabeth Berry ..,..,.....,i,,, Mary Tong ...,...,,,...... Miss Samuelson Ellen Olson ,.,r..,.,.. ,..7..., V iva Johnson ........ ,,,,,..,. M iss Webber COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS Anne Jones ............,,Y...... ........,.............,.,,........ Valeclictorian Catherine O'Banion . ...,,i, Faculty Representative Robert Layne ,,,,......... Anne Jones Jim Garrison Fred Palmer Willard Matthews Sue Corson Ruth Fiss Maxine Thibodeaux Catherine O'Banion Earl Olson Ruth Mary Williams Ruth Harvey HONOR ROLL Kathleen Harmala Edward Watzig Virginia Larson Neva Crawford Viva Johnson Gladys Jones Boyce Prohaska Marjorie Beck Edson Johnson Ruth Albertson Doris Leachman Class Representatiw Ruth Detering Shirley Dalen Cheney Moore Bruce Brown DeLoris Ringle Madge Thompson Viola Anderson Dorothy Brader Gaynell Headley Violet Rangstrand Roger Shaw ACKLEY, NORMAN BLIAINE-Science Major. Band, Orchestra, Brass Sextet, S.W.W. Music Meet, Secretary Advisory Group. AGERTER, MARCELLA-Art Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Usher, Costume Committee, Vodvil. Clubs: Arts and Crafts, Drama, Triads, Pep-Booster. ALBERTSONN, RUTH-Commercial Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group, As- sembly Programs, Vodvil, Usher, President Letter Girls, Vice-president G.A.A., Swimming Team, Alki Staif, Assistant to Miss von Berg. LEXANDER, SAM--Science Major. President, Vice-president Student Body, President 4 Advisory Group, President Sophomore Class, President Lettermen's Club, Football, Basketball, Inspiration Man, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Student Council, Intra- mural Sports, Senior Play. Clubs: Pep-Booster, Sports. LLEN, DOROTHY- Foreign Language Major. Salesman Advisory Group, G. A. A., Vodvil, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Pep-Booster, Glee. ANDERSON, FERN LORRAINE-Cormnerciall Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Locker Attendant. NDERSON. LIEROY-History Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, Basketball, Track, Cross Country Winner, Lettermen's Club. 'Ili DERSON, VIOLA ANNA-Comrnercial Major. APPLE, FRED A. R.-Art Major. Traflic Squad, Assistant Football Manager. BABCOCK, MILES C.-Science Major. President, Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, Assembly Programs. Clubs: RiHe, Fencing. BAKER, IRIS ETHEI.-Covnnzercial Major. Secretary, Vice-president Advisory Group, Usher. BARNARD, HELEN ' BEEK, MOLLY CATHERINE-Home Economics Major. Style Show, Assembly Pro- grams. BECK, MARJORIE RUTH-Foreign Language Major. Costume Committee, Vodvil, Usher. X ,,, ' -' BECKER, HERMAN J.-Mathematics Major. President Advisory Group, Vice-presi- dent Pep-Booster Club, Sergeant-at-arnis Student Body, Secretary Lettermen's Club, Swimming Team, Football, Vodvil, Locker Lieutenant. BERNSTEIN, JACKIE-Histo-ry Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, Band, Orchestra, Usher, S.W.W. Music Mcet, Assembly Programs, National Easter Broad- cast. Clubs: Glee, Arts and Crafts, Drama. BERRY, ELIZABETH HELEN-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Usher, Vice-president Glee Club, S.W.W. Music Meet, Girls' Sextet, Senior Play, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Glee, Pep-Booster. BETTESWORTH, GALE LIMON-History Majovr. President, Vice-president, Secretary Advisory Group, Vice-president Senior Class, President, Vice-president Lettermen's Club, Intramural Sports, Assembly Programs, Sports Club, Basketball, Basket- ball Inspiration Man, Boys' League Cabinet. BETTESWORTH, JEAN--Home Economics Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, Usher, Locker Attendant, Make-up Club. BIGGERSTAFF, HAROLD--Mathematics Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, BLACK, MURIEL ROBERTA-Cornmercial Major. President, Vice-president, Salesman Advisory Group, Usher, President Home Economics Club, Red Cross Attendant, Glee Club, National Easter Broadcast. BLUNT, MARJORIE LENORE-Home Economics Major. BOBST, ELLEN-Home Economics Major. Make-up Club. BOSS, FRED-Manual Arts Major. Secretary, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Locker Lieutenant, Stage Crew. BOWNE, JOHN CAMPION--Science Major. Vodvil, S.W.W. Music Meet, Track, Intra- mural Sports. Vice-president Glee Club, Senior Play, National Easter Broadcast, Pep-Booster Club. Acklvy, Norman Annlorson, Fern linker, Iris R rnstv-in, J zwkie Black, lvlurivl Af2Q9l'I9l'. M1111-ella Anzlerson, LeRoy Ba1'nzL1'cl, He-len Bvrry, lilizzlhetll Blunt, Marjorie pw .-Xllwrtsfm, Ruth Alvxamler, Sam Allen, Dorothy Anderson, Viola Apple, Frerl Babcock, Milos Beelc, Molly Bvck, Marjorie Becks-r, Herman B ttffswwrtll, Gail I5'ttE'SXV0l't1'l,JQt1I1 liiggm-rstaff, H, Bubst, lflllvn Bowne, Jack Boss, T-'red vw' P J BRADER, BEN A.-Manual Arts Major. President, Vice-president, Secretary Advisory Group, Assembly Programs, Lettermen's Club, Intramural Sports. BRADER, DOROTHY GWENDOLYN-Foreign Language Major. Vice-president Ad- visory Group, Orchestra, Vodvil. BRANIFF, MELBA MAXINE-Home Economics Major. Locker Attendant, Commer- cial Club. ROUHARD, KENNETH E.--Matlzematics Major. Vice-president, Secretary Advisory 4 ' ' Group, Band, -Orchestra, Brass Sextet, Band Manager, National Easter Broadcast, Intramural Sports. ROWN, BRUCE E.-Science Major. Locker Attendant, Stage Electrician, Vodvil, Ticket Taker. BROWN, JIMMIE-Mamfal Arts Major. President. Salesman Advisory Group, Traffic Squad, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Pep-Booster, Radio, Glee. ROWN, JO SEPHINE-Home Economics Major. Orchestra, Vodvil, Senior Play. ROWN, MABEL IRENE-Commercirzl Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group. Assembly Programs, Usher. BRYAN, VIRGINIA-Home Economics Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Usher, Assembly Programs, Make-up Club. BUCHI, MATILDAhHoo1ze Economics Major, Secretary Advisory Group, Orchestra. BULLOCK, EDNA LORRAINE-Art Major. Usher, Vodvil, Locker Attendant, Triads. BURNS, DANIEL-Mathematics Major. Mechanics and Aircraft Club. BURSCH, MIL-DRED ARLENE-Commercial Major. BUTTON, MARY JUNE-Art Major. CAMPBEL-L, HELEN--Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Log Staff, G.A.A., Orchestra, Tennis Team, Assembly Programs, Pep-Booster Club. CARTER, MELBA LORRAINE-Home Economics Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Usher, Costume Committee, Clubs: Pep-Booster, Arts and Crafts, Make-up. CATES, MURIEL R.-Commercial Major. Vodvil, Costume Committee. CEASER, HARRIET M.-Home Economics Major. CHAPMAN, CHARLES KENNETH-Commercial Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Band, S.W.W. Music Meet, Intramural Sports, Vodvil, Locker Attendant, Senior Play, Stage Property Manager. Clubs: Camera, Music. CHAPMAN, MARY-Home Economics Major. Music Club. CHRISTENSEN, HERBERT L.-Mamfai Arts Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Intramural Sports, Basketball, Football. CHRISTENSEN, LUCILLE-Home Economics Major. Clubs: Make-up, Home Economics. CLARK, MABEL GRACEHHor1ze Economicz Major. Usher. Clubs: Make-up, Home Economics. CONWAY, MAVIS DOROTHY-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Red Cross Attendant, Glee Club. CORSON, EDITH SUE--Foreign Language Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Usher. Brmler, Ben Brown, .l il I . Bul lock, Edna HDV cjill'tQI', M1-lba Clu-istenso n, H. B!'glf1i'l'. Dorothy Hraniff, lvlzkifse- Hr-uvvn, J. Brown, Mzxlwl liurns, Dzxnivl HLl1'5l'll, Mil ire-d Cates, Muriel 1't'SlSPl", Harriet l'hrist1-nson, I.. Ulark, Mzxlvc-il Bi'ouhm'rl, K. Bryan, Vivginin Button, Mary .I. C1lPlIlTTl2lll, Fred Conway, Mavis Brown, Bruce Ruuhi, Matilda Campbell, Helen Clmpmun, Mary Curson, Sue EMERSON, JEAN EVELYN--Mathematics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Red CRAWFORD, NEVA-Foreign Language Major. Orchestra, String Quartet, Glee Club. CUMMINGS, ALMA LOUISE-Commerciail Major. Vodvil, Ofiice Assistant, Secretary Pep-Booster Club. DAHLIN, ARTHUR LEON-Science Major. ALEN, SHIRLEY LOUISE-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, President Sophomore Class, President Senior Class, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Orchestra, Girls' Sextet, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Glee, Pep-Booster. 4DANIELS, VERA EDITH-fHo1rze Economics Major. Make-up Club. AVIS, BERNIECE-Commercial Major. Costume Committee, Assembly Programs. Clubs: Pep-Booster, Arts and Crafts, Make-up. EKALB, JACQUES RENE-Science Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Football, Stu- dent Business Manager, Vice-president Senior Class, Business Manager Alki Staff, Assembly Programs, Senior Play. Clubs: Pep-Booster, Lettermen's. ETERING, RUTH EARIAN-Foreign Language Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, G.A.A., Usher, Locker Attendant, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, S.W.W. Music Meet, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Badminton, Glee, Make-up. DRAKE, VERNON DALHART DUNCAN, MERLE C.-'Mamzal Arts Major. Stage C1'9W, Honor Dramatic Society. DUNBAR, FRED-Science Major. S.W.W. Music Meet, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Intramural Sports, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Music, Glee. DUNNIGAN, DANIEL A.-Science Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, Assembly Programs, Locker Attendant. DUNNIGAN, MARY CATHERINE--Comnzerc1'aZ Major. DURDLE, RICHARD-Science Major. Tramc Patrol, Locker Lieutenant, Band, Vodvil. EASLEY, CHARLES RICHARD-Science Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Property Manager Vodvil, Locker Lieutenant, Wrestling Team. Cross Attendant, Library Assistant, Usher, Locker Lieutenant, Glee Club. ENZ, MARIAN-Commercial Major. President, Vice-President Advisory Group, Vice president Letter Girls' Club, G.A.A., Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Swimming' Team Gymnasium Assistant. EQUALS, R-OBERT V.-Mathematics Major. President, Vice-president Advisory Group FISS, ELIZABETH LOIS-Foreign Language Major. Secretary Advisory Group Library Assistant. FISS, RUTH A.-Foreign Language Major. Treasurer, Secretary Advisory Group Library Assistant, Red Cross Attendant. FITZPATRICK, WILLIAM A.-Manual Arts Major. Vice-president Advisory Group Traffic Squad, Locker Attendant, Stage Crew, Radio Club. Foss, CARE-Science Major. EOX, MARGARET-Home Economics Major. Assembly Programs, Tennis Club, Usher FREEMAN, THELMA G.-Commercial Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group Locker Attendant, Usher, Girls' League Cabinet, Make-up Club. GALBRAITH, CORINNE GRACE-Commercial Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group, Usher, Locker Attendant, Vodvil, Office Assistant, Assistant Business Manager Senior Play. , Y 'Jaya , if Jwffla l X C' Crawford, Neva Cummings, Alma Dahlin, Arthur Dalen, Shirley Daniels, Vera Davis, Bernice DeKalb, Jacques Detering, Ruth Drake, Vernon Duncan, Merle Dunbar, Fred Dunnigan, Dun Dunnigan, Mary Durdle, Richard Easley, Dick Emerson, Jean Enz, Marion Equals, Bob Fiss, Lois Fiss, Ruth Fitzpatriek, Bill Foss, Carl Fox, Margaret Freeman, T. Galbraith, C, GARDNER, NADENE REVA-History Majovr. GARRISON, JAMES-Foreign Language Major. Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group, Senior Play, Ticket Takers' Club. GEIDL, DONALD-Mathematics Major. President Advisory' Group, Band, Locker Patrol, Glee Club, Assembly Programs. ILL, GERALDINE-Art Major. Vodvil, President Pep-Booster, Triads, Glee Club, Usher, S.W.W. Music Meet, Assembly Programs, Girls' Swimming' Team. 4 , ILMORE, BURNICE M.-Corafmercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Commercial Club, Usher, Red Cross Attendant. OINGS, HELEN MICHAEL-Commercial Major. Secretary, Vice-president Advisory Group, Treasurer G.A.A., Letter Girl, Vodvil, Usher, Scholastic Manager G.A.A., Costume Manager Senior Play. Clubs: Badminton, Home Economics. OODWIN, LILLIAN F.-Commercial Major. Locker Attendant, Usher. OULD, BETHEL ANNE-Home Economics Major. Vodvil, Usher, Glee Club. GRAMER, JUNE ROBERTA-Art Major, President Advisory Group, President Art Club. GRAVES, HiARLfOW-Science Major. Vodvil, Intramural Sports, Glee Club, Assembly Programs, Minor Letterman. GREEN, EUGENE-Science Major. GUSTAFSON, OREN-Commercial Major. Football Team, Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil Business Manager, Sergeant-at-arms Lettermens' Club, Alki Staff, Senior Play. HAINES, RAYMOND V.-Printing Major. Glee Club. HANCUFF, ANNA MAEe-Mathematics Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Glee Club, Locker Monitor, Usher, Vodvil, National Easter Broadcast, Home Economics Club. HARMALA, KATHLEEN ANN-Science Majovr. Secretary, Vice-president Advisory Group, Library Assistant, Red Cross Attendant, Usher, Assembly Programs. Clubs: Make-up, Home Economics. HARPER, GEORGE A., JR.-Mathematics Majovr. Stage Electrician, Honor Dramatic Society. HARTER, DONALD W.-History Major. Glee Club. HARVEY, RUTH ELIZABETH-Commercial Major. Red Cross Attendant. HASELTINE, MARGARET C.-Commercial Major. Red Cross Attendant. HEADLEY, GAYNELL-Home Economics Major. President Advisory Group, Usher, Vodvil, Glee Club, Girls' Sextet, Senior Play, National Easter Broadcast. HELLER, MARGARET-Foreign Language Major. President, Vice-president Advisory Group, Usher, Vodvil, Library Assistant, Senior Play. HENRY, VIOLA MARIE-Commercial Major. Usher. HIATT, JOHN HUBERT4Printirzo Major. President Advisory Group, Vodvil, S.W.W, Music Meet, Locker Attendant, Vice-president Boys' Glee Club, Drama Club. HSILLS, LOLA LOUISE-Comrnercial Major. Usher, Glee Club, Make-up Club. HODGKINSON. GERTRUDE L.-Commercial Major. Locker Attendant, Home Eco- nomics Club, Usher. s ,- .f- -.4 0.4.4-If KXrL,ef4o L 4 1 ,ff ll., , fr' -L J R Gardiner, Nadine Garrison, Jim Goings, Helen Goodwin, Lillian Green, Eugene Gustafson, Orin Harper, George Harter, Donald Heller, Margaret Henry, Marie Gfifll, Don Gould, Bethel Haines, Ray Harvey, Ruth Hiatt, Hubert Gill, Geraldine Gilmore, Bernice Gramer, June Graves, Harlow Haneuff, Anna Harmala, Kay Hueeltine, M. Headley, Gaynell Hills, Lola Hodgkinson, G. x HOLME, MARIE J.-Commercial Major. Locker Attendant, Usher. HUNDLEY, JUNE-Home Economics Major. Usher. IVANS, STEVE R.-Mathematics Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, Stage Crew, Lettermen's Club, Football Team. ACKSON, MARY A.--Scierzce Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Assembly Pro- grams, G.A.A., S.W.W. Music Meet, Orchestra, Usher, Vodvil, Senior Play. Clubs: Music, Golf. 4JACKSON, GARNETT MAXINE-Home Economics Major. Salesman, President Advis- ory Group, President Epicurean Club, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, Assembly Pro- grams, Usher, Glee Club, National'Easter Broadcast. AMES, JOHN W.-Manual Arts Major. Salesman Advisory Group. JAMES, LOUIS M.-Manual Arts Major. Tratlic Patrol, Camera Club. EFFREY, DAVID D.-Mathematics Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Clubs: Inkifingers, Camera. ELLCISON, DO'N-Science Major. President Advisory Group, Football, Track, Captain - '36 Football, Lettermen's Club. JOHN, WILBUR AL-LAN-Mathematics Major. Band, Brass Quartet. JOHNS, MARTIN WESLEY--Science Major. Swimming' Team. JOHNSON, EDSON-Mathematics Major. Secretary, Sports Manager Advisory Group, A Intramural Sports, Stamp Club. JOHNSON, ELEANOR R.-Commercial Major. Vodvil, Locker Lieutenant, Library Assistant, Glee Club. JOHNSON, ESTHER JENNIE-Mathematics Majoor. Usher, Library Assistant, Home Arts Club. Q JOHNSON, EVERETT-Science Major. Secretary, Vice-presulent Advisory Group. JOHNSON, SHERWOOD-Mathematics Major. JOHNSON, WARREN E.-Science Major. Vice-president, Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, Traffic Patrol. 'Locker Lieutenant, Basketball, Intramural Manager, Student Director Intramural Sports. JOHNSON, VIVA-Mathematics Major. President. Vice-president Advisory Group, Secretary Sophomore Class, Tennis Championship. S.W.W. Music Meet, Letter Girl, Secretary G.A.A., 'Office Assistant, Vodvil, Usher, Senior Play. Clubs: Glee, Tennis. JONES, ANNE-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, Vodvil, G.A.A., Secretary Junior Class, Correspond-irig' Secretary, Treasurer Girls' League, Senior Play, Letter Girl. , JONES, GLADYS FLOY-Foreign Language Major. Red Cross Attendant, Pep-Booster Club. JONES, MARY ELIZABETH-Art Major. KADOW, VIOLET MAYBELLE--Commercial Major. President, Salesman Advisory Group, Home Economics Club. KELLEY, EILlEEiN-Corr1,M.ercial Major. Locker Attendant, Library Assistant. KELLEY, W1ILMA L.-Commercial Major. Vodvil, Usher. KILPATRICK, MARIE ELIZABE'1'H-Comjncrcjal Major. President, Vice-president, Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, S. W.W. Music Meet, Band, Orchestra, Brass Sextet, Brass Quartet. Log Staff. Alki Staff, Red Cro-ss Attendant, Assembly Pro- grams, Usher, Locker Attendant. Oflice Assistant, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Quill and Scroll, Epicurean. Holme, Marie Humlloy, Juno Twins, Steve Jackson, Mary Jumvs, John James. Louis Je-ffries, David Jellison, Don Johns, Martin Johnson, Edson Johnson, Eleanor Johnson, Esther Johnson, S, Johnson, VV. Johnson, Viva Jones. Anne Jones, Mary Kzxdow, Violet Km-lley, Eileen Kelly, YVilma Q Jackson, Maxine Johns, Bill Johnson, Evorett Jonvs, Gladys Kilpatrick, M. KLEIN, HARRY RAYMOND--Manual Arts Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group. KNIGHT, CLYDE LAVERNE-Science Major. Honor Dramatic Society. KOEPSEL, WALLACE D.-Manual Arts Major. Intramural Sports. KRUSE, ROBERT G.-Manual Arts Major. Basketball, Lettermen's Club. UHNKE, BERNICE ANNA-Foreign Language Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Vodvil, Red Cross Attendant, Pep-Booster Club. 4 UNSELMAN, ROBERT-History Major. Band. ANDERHOLM, ALAN W.-Science Major. Assembly Programs, Intramural Sports, Band, Vodvil, Senior Play, Rifle Club. - LARSON, VIRGINIA-Commercial Major. President, Salesman Advisory Group, Vice- president Girls' League, Usher, Assembly Programs, Vodvil, G.A.A., Golf Club. ARSON, WOODROW-Mathematics Major. Vice-president, Sports Manager Advis- ory Group. LAYNE, ROBERT L.--Science Major. President Boys' League, President Junior Class, President Advisory Group, Golf Club, Football, Track, Vodvil, Trafiic Patrol, Sen- ior Play, Letter1nen's Club. LEACHMAN, DORIS ELEANOR-Mathematics Major. President .Advisory Group, Home Arts Club. LEE, EMMA-Comrnercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Usher, Assembly Pro- grams, Glee Club. LEE, BILL-Printing Major. LONG, ELIZABETH MAY-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Assembly Programs, Usher, Home Economics Club. LONG, MARVIN R.-Mathematics Major. Glee Club, Intra-mural Sports, Cross Country Run. LUNA, WILLIAM RALPH-Printiing Major. President, Vice-president, Advisory Group, Intramural Sports, Glee Club, Football, Basketball, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Ticket Salesman, Log Staff, Swimming Team. LUNDBERG, LOIS-Home Economics Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Glee Club. LYLES, JEANNE LOIS-Science Major. G.A.A., Assembly Programs. MACCOMBER, LELA RUTH-Commercial Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Vod- vil, Assembly Programs, Usher. Clubs: Pep-Booster, Triads, Glee. MACDONALD, MARGARET EMILY-Foreign Language Major. Representative Ad- visory Group, Vodvil. Clubs: Pep-Booster, Golf. MCKAY, JAMES-Science Major. Vice-president Sophomore Class, Band, Stage Crew, Football. . MCNEEL, CAMILLE IRMALENE-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Usher, Glee Club. MANN, J-OSEPHINE-Commercial Major. Vice-president, Secretary Advisory Group, Assembly Programs. MANNING, CRAIGE-Mathematics Major. Secretary Advisory Group. MARTIN, BLANCHE-Home Economics Majoir. Klein, Hurry Kunselman, R. Lezichmzin, Doris Luna, Ralph M4-Kay, James Knight, Clyde Lzinclvrholm, A. Lev, Emnlzi Lunxlberg, Lois M1-Neel, Camille H-an Koepsvl, Vvallace Kruse, Boll L.zu'son, Virginia Larson, VV. Lee, Bill Long, Elizabeth Lyles. Jeanne Ma0Comber, Lelzl Mann, J. Manning, Cruige Kunke, Bernice Layne, Bob Long, Marvin Mac-Donald, M. Martin, Blanche MARTIN, LEO L.-Science Major. Stage Crew. Clubs: Glee, Rifle. MARTIN, RAYMONID-Science Major. President., Secretary Advisory Group, Band, National Easter Broadcast. MASON, MARGARET CELIA-Home Economics Major. Usher, Marionette Club. ATTHEWS, WILLARD H.-Foreign Language Major. President, Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, Alki Staff, Business Manager Senior Play, RiHe Club. 4 MELANGER, NEDRA ALLAN-Commercial Major. Usher. Clubs: Epicurean, Arts and Crafts. ILLAGE, JAY E.-Science Major. MOCK, OPAL GERALDINE-Commercial Major. Usher, Costume Committee, Library Assistant. Clubs: Make-up, Home Arts. OLYNEUX, ARLEEN M.-Commercial Major. Make-up Club. MOORE, W. CHENEY, JR.--Mathematics Major. Swimming Team. MOORE, DONALD R.-Science Major. MORTON, HAROLD O.-Mathematics Major. Locker Attendant. MULDER, ROBERT H.-Manual Arts Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Intra- mural Basketball, Basketball. MUNCEY, FREDA ARVIAN-Mathematics Major. President Advisory Group, Vice- president G.A.A., Vice-president Home Economics Club, Usher, Letter Girl, Locker Attendant, Library Assistant, Red Cross Alternate, Assembly Programs. NADGWICK, AUDREY RAMONA GENE VIEVE-Home Economics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Glee Club, Usher. NADGWICK, MILTON OSCAR-Science Major. NEIL, GORDON J.-Science Major. President Advisory Group, Basketball, Football. NELSON, JOYCE-Home Economics Major. ' NETH, OTTO-Manual Arts Major. President Advisory Group, Basketball, Football. N'OGANO, YI-Commercial Major. President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, Library Attendant. NORELIUS, MARGARET LOUISE-A-History Major. Band, National Easter Broadcast, Clubs: Glee, Inkifingers. O'BANION, FLORENCE CATHERINE-Foreign Language Major. President, Sales- man Advisory Group, Secretary Pep-Booster, President, Recording Secretary Girls' League, G.A.A., Letter Girl, Vodvil, Usher, Senior Play. ODNE, RANDOLPH L.-History Major. Stage Crew. Clubs: Golf, Fencing. O'HEARN, RODERICK A.-Foreign Language Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, Golf Team. , OLSON, DOROTHY HELEN-Commercial Majosr. Red Cross Attendant, 'Locker Attendant. A OLSON, EARL R.-Mathematics Major. Football. 5' Mztrtin, Leo Millztge, Jay Morton. Harold Neil, Gordon OlB1llll0I'I, C. Martin, Raymond Mock, Geraldine' Muldt-r, Bob Nelson, Joyce Odne, Randolph Mason, Mztrgnret Mathews, VV. Melangvr, Nedra Molyneux, A. MOOFf', Cheney Moore, Donald Muncey, Freda Nadgwick, A, Nudgwick, M. Neth, Otto Nugano, Yi Norelius, M. O'Henrn, Rod Olson, Dorothy Olson, Earl I OLSON, ELLEN ELIZABETH-Foreign Language Major. President, Secretary Advis- ory Group, Vodvil, Usher, G.A.A.. President Epicurean Club, Badminton, Senior Play. ORN, MYRTLE AGNES-Commercial Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Locker Attendant, Usher. Clubs: Inkifmgers, Home Arts. ORDWAY, JULIUS J.--Mathematics Major. President Advisory Group, Traiiic Squad. PALMER, FREDERICK-Forefign Language Major. President, Vice-president, Secre- tary, Salesman Advisory Group, Band, Orchestra, Woodwind Ensemble, Tennis Club, 4 ' S.W.W. Music Meet, Doubles 'lennis Champion. PELTIER, OPAL-wHjstory Major. Log Staff, Usher, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, S.W.W. Music Meet. Clubs: I-'ro and Con, Make-up, PepfBooster, Glee. PERGIVAL, BONNIE JUNE-Foreign Language Major. President, Salesman Advisory Group, Alki Staff, Secretary Student Body, Usher, Assembly, Senior Play, Vodvil, News Ed.tor Columbia Log. Honor Dramatic Society, President Quill and Scroll. Clubs: Scribes, Drama, Pep-Booster. PHELPS, DORIS EIJAINE-Home Economics Major. PHELPS, ROSE MARIE-Science Major. G.A.A., Vodvil, Usher, Glee Club. PROHASKA, BOYCE L.-Mathematics Major. President, Vice-president, Secretary Advisory Group. Clubs: Chess and Checker, Camera. RANGSTRAND, VIOLET--Commercial Major. Glee Club, Girl's Sextet, Red Cross Attendant, G.A.A. Usher, Assembly Programs, Vodvil, National Easter Program, Pep-Booster Club. REDDEN, JERALDINE ANNE-Art Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, Orchestra, Assembly Programs, Honor Dramatic Society. Clubs: V.H.S. Triads, Pep-Booster, Marionette, Glee. ROHDE, MARGUERITE-Horne Economics Major. RICKETSON, HAROLD W.-Foreign Language Majorr. Vodvil. RIEM, FREDA LOUISE-Commercial Major. Glee Club, Usher, Vodvil, Library Assistant, Make-up Club. RINGLE, DELORIS MAY-Comrzrvrcial Major. G.A.A., Salesman Advisory Group, Assembly Programs, Usher. I ROBECK, JEANNE B.-Commercial Majoz. Alki Staf, Senior Play, Usher, Make-up Club. ROBINSON, CHARLES F.-Science Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, Basketball, Lettermen's Club, Tennis Team. ROBERTS, PHILIP WAYNE-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, Band, Vodvil, Assembly Programs, Senior Basketball Manager, Alki Staf, Secretary Boys' League, Intramural Sports. Clubs: Sports, Golf. ROGERS, MARJORIE AMANDA-Commercial Major. ROHSE, HOMER-Science Major. Log' Staff, Locker Lieutenant. ROLL, CLARENCE W., JR.-Mathematics Major. Treasurer Advisory Group, Vodvil, Football, Orchestra, Track Manager, Sports Club. RUNYAN, MEDA MAY-Foreign Language Major. Vice-president, Salesman Advisory Group. Orchestra, Music Club, String Quartet, S.W.W. Music Meet, Vodvil, Red Cross Attendant. SALES, LEE M.-Manual Arts Major. Stage Crew, Intramural S-ports. SCHEIBEL, KENNETH M.-History Major. Senior Play. SCROGGIE, JAMES A., JR.-Manual Arts Major. Vodvil, Orchestra, Band, S.W.W. Music Meet. lk Olson, Ellen Percival, B. J. Redden, G. Robeck, Jeanne Roll, Clarence Orn, Myrtle Phelps, Doris Rhode, M. Robinson, C. Runyan, Me-in Ordway, Julius Phelps, Rose M. Ricks-tson, H. Roberts, VVayne Sales, Lee Palmer, Fred Peltier, Opal Prohaska, Boyce .Rangstrand, V. Riem, Freda Ringle, DeLoris Rogers, M. Rohse, Homer Sclieibel, K. Scroggie, James SCULL, DORIS RUTH-Commercial Major. Glee Club, S.W.W. Music Meet, Vodvil, National Easter Broadcast. SCHULZ, FRANCIS R.-Art Major. Pep-Booster Club, Stage Crew. SHAW, JOHN ROGER-Mathcmatics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Band, S.W.W. Music Meet, Vodvil, National Easter Broadcast. HAUGHNESSY, MARINA FLORENCE-Foreign Language Major. Vodvil, Assembly Programs Marionette Club. 4 SHAVER, MAE-Home Economics Major. Secretary Advisory Group. SHAVER, MAE-Home Economics Majofr. Secretary Advisory Group. SHEFCHEK, JOE-Science Major. Intramural Sports. SHOUN, BETTY DOROTHY-Art Major. Vice-president Advisory Group, ViCe-p1-esi- dent V.H.S. Triads, Usher, Assembly Programs. SIMMONS, CHARLES C.-Science Major. President Advisory Group, President Boys' Glee Club, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Intramural Sports, Senior Play, Nation- al Easter Broadcast. SIRES, RITA MADELLINE-Comumrciol Major. G.A.A., Vodvil, Glee Club, Usher, Letter Girl's Club. SMITH, CHARLOTTE LOUISE-Commeroial Major. Secretary, Ticket Salesman Ad- visory Group, Vodvil, Usher, Home Economics Club. SMITH, GLEN--Science Major. Treasurer Advisory Group, Assembly Programs, Intra- mural Sports, Radio Club. SMITH, THOMAS G.-Science Major. SNYDER, DONALD Jf-Science Major. President Advisory Group, Letterman. STADELMAN, WALTER F.-Science Major. STANDIFORD, HAZEL M.-Science Major. President, Vice-president, Salesman Ad- visory Group, Usher, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, Editor Log, Treasurer Quill and Scroll, Publicity Manager Senior Play. STOLL, DOROTHY LUCILE-Foreign Language Major. Salesman Advisory Group, G.A.A. STUMBERG, JEAN MARGARET-Foreign Language Major. Salesman Advisory Group, G.A.A., Pep-Booster Club, Log Staff, Locker Attendant, Vodvil, Letter Girl, Senior Play, Badminton Club. STUMP, GLENNA-Couzmercial Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Red Cross Atten- dant, Music Club. SUTHERLAND, EDWARD J.-Science Major. Intramural Sports, Vodvil. SUTHERLAND, GEORGE P.-Printing Major. Stage Manager, Printing, Honor Dra- matic Society. TAYLOR, RAYMOND--Manual Arts Major. Football, Track, Secretary Lettermen's Club, Football Manager. THIBODEAUX, NIAXINE1Art Major. Art Editor Alki, Vodvil, Glee Club, Oiiice Assistant, S.W.W. Music Meet, Usher, Program Chairman Senior Play. TILRUM, HAROLD W.-Foreign Language Major. Clubs: Stamp, Travel, Glee. TONG, MARY CATHERINE-Conzmercial Major. President, Vice-president, Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, Usher, Secretary Sophomore Class, G.A.A., Assembly Programs. Scull, Doris Sc-liultz, Francis Shaver, XVilson Sliefcliek, Joe Smith. Charlotte Smith, Glen Stimlliford, H. Stoll, Dorothy Sutliorlzmd, G. Taylor, Ray Shaw, Roger Shoun. Betty Smith, Tum Stumberg, Je Tliibodeuux, Sliauglmessy, M. Simmons. C. Snyder, Don an Stump, Glf-nna M. Tilrum, Harold Shaver, Mau: Sires, Ritzt Studs-lman, VV Sutherland, E Tong, Mary THOMPSON, JAMES--Science Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Log Staff. Clubs: Camera, Chess and Checker, Inkifingers. THOMPSON, MADGE ELIZABETH-History Major. President Advisory Group, Sec- retary, Reporter V.H.S. Triads, Log Staff, Assembly Programs. TUNISON, DOLORES-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Log StaH:, Band, S.W.W. Music Meet, Vodvil, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Tennis, Epicurean. 4TUTTLE, RUSSELL F.-Science Major. Salesman, President Advisory Group. VAIL, BARBARA LILLIAN-Foreign Language Major. Vodvil, Log Staff, Assembly Programs. Clubs: Marionette, Pep-Booster, Quill and Scroll. 7AN FLEET JESS L.-Science Major. Przsident Advisory Group, Yell Leader, Vod- vil, National Easter Broadcast, Treasurer Pep-Booster Club. VAN GORDON, QUENTIN EUGENE-History Major. Vodvil, Intramural Sports, Traf- fic Patrol, Swimming Team. . ALCK, WILLIAM C.-Commercial M.ajor. Vodvil, Band, National Easter Broadcast, Golf Club. WALISCH, LOUIS-Commercial Major. Vice-president, Secretary Advisory Group, Assembly Programs. WARD, WILLIAM K.-Art Major. WANKE, ESTHER E.-Commercial Major. WATTS, BETTY JEAN--Commercial Major. President, Vice-president Advisory Group, Vodvil, Usher, Locker Attendant, Girls' Sextet, Assembly Programs, National Easter Broadcast, Drama Club. WATZIG, EDWARD F.-Foreign Language Major. WEBER, HENRY-Science Major. WESTGATE, VIRGINIA ' AWILCOX, ELIZABETH JUNE-Comnzercial Major. President, Salesman Advisory Group, Secretary Junior Class, Secretary Senior Class, Editor Alki, Red Cross Attendant, Usher, Vodvil, Band, Assembly Programs, Locker Attendant, National Easter Broadcast. Clubs: Glee, Drama, Epicurean. WILLIAMS, RUTH MARY-Foreign Language Major. Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group, Vodvil, President G.A.A., Letter Girls' Club, Second Vice-president Student Body, Honor Dramatic Society, Senior Play. WILT, DOROTHY M.-Commercial Major. Treasurer Home Economics Club. WOODWORTH, JOYCE ADELLA-Commercial Major. Locker Duty, Usher, Costume Committee, Red Cross Attendant, Clubs: Music, Home Economics. WU, JAMES G.--Foreign Language Major. Pep-Booster Club,'Electrician, Hand Prop- erty Manager Senior Play. Clubs: Glee, Camera, Chess and Checker. ZEIGLER, WESLEY J.-Science Major. Stage Committee, Science Club. ZOLLER, JAMES-Mathematics Major. Radio Club. Q20-VD BOWYER, MELV.IN-Commercial Major. LEWIS, BOB-Foreign Language Major. SCATES, ALICE-History Maj: 11'. SHAFFER, LEE-Mathematics Major. w,-gi Thompson, M. Van Gordon, Q. Watts, Betty Williams, Ruth Ziegler MISS BLANCHE HURD FIRST SEMESTER! SECOND SEMESTER: Barbara Hall .....,...,.. ,,,,,,,...,,.,, P resident Elizabeth Imdieke .,,,,......,....,..... President Gladys Westlund .,..,. l,..,, V ice-Pvresident Jerry Chappelle ,,,,.,..,,,,.,.. Vice-Presrklent Edith Higgins ..,.,.. ........,... S ecretary Lucille Stein .....,.,.....,,..., ...,...... S ecretary Helen Jacobson ,,,,....,i,.,.Y....,,.,,.... Salesman Elizabeth Brainard ..,....,,,,,...,,,.. Salesman First row: Edith Higgins, Barbara Hall, Elizabeth Imdieke, Gwen Anderson, Jerry Chappelle, Lucille Stein, Gladys Westlund, Margy Thomas. Second row: Joyce McLaugh- 4lin, Betty Rogers, Crystal Lewis, Elizabeth Brainard, Helen Jacobson, Fern Klock, Rose Hiltunen. Third row: Etta Martin, June Runyan, Grace Heaton, Helen Richmond, Miss Hurd, Ardelle Wayman. Others: Jean Arnold MR. CECIL TUTTLE FIRST SEMESTER . avi? aul Wood ,,,,....... .,,....,,,. 515544. ent ack McKay ,,,,.., ,,.... V ice-President iles Lieser ,eroy Belknap Kenneth Desler ........,,. Secretary Salesman Sports Manager Eugene Hiltunen SECOND SEMESTER: President Herman Logan ...... ,,,,.:.. V ice-Presnient Arthur Cole ,,,,, ..,..,...... S ecretary Russell Palmer .... ......,......... S alesman Clarence Bowers Sports Manager First row: Frank Atchley, Roger Camp, Paul Wood, Joe Spady, Miles Lieser, George Greenlund, Gilbert Carstens, Winton Boydstun, Jack McKay, Herman Logan. Second row: Claire Wiley, David Schaeffer, Orville Larson, Russell Palmer, Robert Hansen, Kenneth Desler, Eugene Hiltunen, Arthur Cole, Fred Raetz, Fred Colvin. Third row: Arthur Norton, Robert Lang, Colin Bell, Leonard Nelson, Vernon Ballantyne. Allen Niman, Vernon Holt, Jack Bagdanov, Mr. Tuttle. Others: Leroy Belknap, Clarence Bowers, Richard Coats, Leonard Hicks, Roy Kersteter, Bob Rains. MISS RUBY EVANS FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Jane Straw s,,,....,,., ........,.,..... P resident Ruth Carson ..........,,...,,,,,..,.....,... President Vera Beherns ,.., ,..,.. V ice-President Corinne Hanson ,,,,. ,,,.... V ice-President Dorothy Brock .. ,,,,,...... Secretary Margaret Munroe ,,.,.. .......,.. S ecretary Elsie Rice ........,..:,.,,.,......:.......,,,. Salesman Estelle Kinney .,,,...................,.... Salesrnan First row: Ruth Carson, Sylvia Noce. Elsie Rice, Eucla Dunn, Shirley Hodgson, Claribel Beutler, Jane Straw, LeVerna Miller, Vera Beherns. Second row: Margaret Shurian, Lavada McCurdy, Elsie Baker, Ruby Winter, La Verne Neil, Margaret Munroe, Louise Stange, Lorene Hover. Third row: Estelle Kinney, Mabel Parvi, Corinne Hanson, Ellen Heerman, Dorothy Brock, Helen McCavet, Miss Ruby Evans. Others: Lina Carson, Cleo Freeman, Falura Wilhelm. MISS PEARL HALL FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Bill Dilley ,,.,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,....... P resident John Frier ..,,.. ....,.......,...,,.. P resident Lester Miller .:... ,..,,, V ice-Presnient Hal Tibbals .......,. .... V ice-President Berl Hewitt ........ .......:,..,.., S ecretary D'arcy DeJuan ........ .........,....... S ecretary Larry Blount ,,,,.,. .........,.,..,,,., S alesman Bob Juzek ........................,........... Salesman John Frier :,,,::,...,,,,,,..,,s, Sports Manager Everett Alberson ....,....... Sports Manager First row: Don Fernquist, James Olson, Hal Tibbals, Bob Alexander, Lester Miller, John Frier, Richard Frieze, Walter Chapman, Clarence Lindgren. Second row: Floyd Prill, Claude Calavan, D'arcy DeJuan, Bob Juzek. Floyd Hollerback, Charles Sheldon, Martin Eling, Willie Burgstahler, Krader Gould. Third row: Jack Mulder, Miss P. Hall, Dale Moore. Others: Burton Baker, Larry Blount, Bruce Conway, Bill Dilley, Stanley Greene, Berl Hewitt, Edwin Wells, Everett Alberson. ' 5 f if 1 f X X X I N- xy X MRS. MARGARET PAGE JOHNSON FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Worley Ellis ...,...... ............ P resident Vernon Moore ..,.. ..,,....,....,.. P resilient Delmar Fields ,,,,,,. ...... V ice-President Glen Dailey ............. ,,., V ice-President Wayne Beall ,,,,......... ...,,.,..,..... S ecretary Orville Hancuff .,,.. ..,,,........ S ecretary Howard Peterson ,,,,,,.,..,.,........... Salesman Paul Schumann ,,,,,......,..,.....,.,,.... Salesman Skar ,l,,.....,, ..,..,......... S ports Manager Worley Ellis .,,.,..,,,,,....,,,, Sports Manager First row: Floyd Chapman, Bob Curtiss, Howard Peterson, Delmar Fields, Arthur George Hawkins, Shirley Livingston. Second row: Frances MacCoumber, George Warren McNett, Worley Ellis, Silvon Ayers, Wayne Beall, Jim Melloy, Glen row: Mrs. Johnson, Vernon Moore, Graydon Fletcher, Neil Sater, Orville Bob Palmer, Paul Schumann. Others: Melvin Axford, George Kuzma, Bob Skar. MR. ARTHUR JOLIN SEMESTER! . SECOND SEMESTER: Long ..... ......., ..,.,..,.,.. P r eszdent Jerry Thompson .,.,.................... President Haldeman ,...., ....... V ice-President Bob Petters ,,,,....,. ....,,,, V ice-President Gain .,.,.... ............ S eoretary Marvin Easton ,,,... .,,,...,,..,. S eeretarry Macchione ............,.,r,,,,,,,,V, Salesman Robert Robb ..,...,,.,,,,,..,,.,,....,...... Salesman Bob Winter ............,...,... Sports Manager Robert Robb ......,.........,, Sports Manager First row: Nick Macchione, Pete Cherednik, Oscar Froom, Harold Holland, Clyde Sinclair, Jack Morris, Bob Petters, Clifford Kuhnke, Marvin Easton. Second row: Richard Miller, Robert Robb, Jerry Thompson, Bob Winters, Bob Hutton, Orville Erick- son, Miles Webber, Bud Kemp. Third row: Robert Rohen, Stewart Gain, Mr. Jolin, James Fernald. Others: Dick Ausve, Don Blunt, Lewis Haldeman, James Heenan. MR. DAVID MILLER FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Lester Barlow ,,,,.. ,,,,,,,.,...... P resident Alan Jones ....,.,,.,,,.....,................ President Fred Massie ...,,,.., .,.... T 'ice-President Walter Sorenson ,,.. ........ V ice-President Walter Sorenson ,,,,. ............ S eeretary Fred Massie .,.,... ............. S ecretary Alan Jones o,,,.,,,.,. ..,.....,...... S alesman Bob Townsend ..,,. ................. S alesrnan Francis Issler .o.,... ...,., S ports Manager Earl Tibbetts .....,.,..,,......,, Sports Manager First row: Mr. D. G. Miller, Fred Whitegon, Earl Tibbetts, Dewitt McNeel, John Augenblick, Joe Wile, Elmer Snoen, Bob Wachter, Alan Jones. Second row: Francis Issler, Fred Massie, Carl Shefchek, Bob Townsend, Joe Muench, Edgar Swan, Earl Stout, Marvin Ferguson. Third row: Wayne Bissell, Dick Blaker, Walter Baty, Jack Propstra, Walter Sorenson, Lester Barlow. Others: Jacob Ehlenberger, Royce Griffen, Tom Molyneux, Leslie Phillips. i MRS. JULIA MURRAY FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Minnie Takaki ...............,............ President Enid Shumway ,,,,........................ Preszkient Nadene Mathews ,,,,..........,. Vice-President Barbara Rick ...... .....,,. V ice-President Janis Coughlin ...................,,,.... Secretary Ruth Hartley ........, .......... S ecretary Marguerite Kindsfather ....,....... Salesman Ethel Guffnett ............................ Salesman First rowz. Minnie Takaki, Faith Brown, Virginia Scott, Constance Toy, Kathryn Johnson, Dorothy Doran, Helen Bild, Virginia Johnson, Nadene Mathews. Second row: Betty Lou Hipskind, Ethel Guffnett, Betty Curtis, Marjorie McKee, Enid Shumway, Barbara Rick, Wanda Ross, Ruth Hartley, Janis Coughlin. Third row: Mrs. Murray, Emma Lou Miller, Alvena Fox. Veda Hornibrook, Betty Clawson, Beatrice Olson, Mar- guerite Kindsfather. Others: Ida Leaf. K- N 'Q kwin, ff'-317' 5 X, X s A X MISS LAURA RUGGLESS ' FIRST SEMESTER! SECOND SEMESTER: Lucille Bangs ,,,,,.A, A.,,...,,,,AA,, P resident Georgina Tillman .........,.....,...... PT6S1?i6'I?f Carolyn Beissel ,,,,,,, .,.l, c Vice-President Dorothy Johnson ,.... .... V ice-P7'6S1de72t Ruth Fagaly ,,,,.,..,.,.. ,,,,.,...... S ecretary Darline Haley ....., ................,.. S 6CV6fCll'y Katherine Schwan ,.................. ..... S alesman Leslie Knight ..,........,.,......... ......A.. S UZQSMLUI First row: Pauline Walck, Phyllis Woolf, Berniece O'Brien, Leslie Knight, Janet Grant, Marguerite Washburn, Georgina Tillman, Frances, Powell, Carolyn Beissel, Helen 4Keller. Second row: Katherine Schwan, Thelma Rice, Dorothy Johnson, Margery Cabe, Darline Haley, Leota Hanson, Ruth Fagaly, Dorothy Shaw, Miss Ruggless. Third rowr Marybell Holloway, Charlotte Mclrvin, Florence Janssen, Agnes Smith, Ruth Finney, Lucille Bangs. MRS. VERA WETHERELL FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Mary Ellen Bates ,,,,. ..,,,,,,.... P resiflent Frances Garr ,,,,.,, ......,,i.......,... P resident Lillian Beletski ......., ...,,,, V ice-President Eulalie Laws ,.,.,, ....... V ice-President Marion Clark ..,,....,.......Y.,,.,,Y.,.... Secretary Pearl Richards ,.,.,,.,...,,........,,l..i. Secretary eannette Hill .,.,.,.,.,..,.,,..,r....,... Salesman Ellamae Purvis ,,T,,,.,,,,,,.....,,........ Salesman First row: Ella Swan, Ruby Broughton, Iris Fries, Marjorie Weber, Betty Seibold, Marguerite Davenport, Marion Clark, Florence Nadgwick, Myrtella Oleson. Second row: Cecile Durose, Jeannette Hill, Billie Coughlin, Dorothy Kreis. Eda Wheeler, Lillian Beletski, Ellamarie Grunnett, Mary Grace Timmons. Third row: Mrs. VVetherell, Mildred Erickson, Pearl Richards, Ellamae Purvis, Frances Garr, Betty Ilarter, Christina De- Camp. Others: Jeanne Anderson, Eulalie Laws. MISS BEULAH PORTER FIRST SEMESTER! SECOND SEMESTER: Vivian Burr ......,.,, ,rrr....,,,,,,,, P resident Mary Gain ,,,,...,.,,. ,,,,,,,.....,,,,, , ,, President Gayle Dailey .,,,,,,,,, ...,,,, V ice-President Marie Easley ....,r,,,,, ,...,,,, V ice-President Florence Durdall ...,, ....l,,l,Y,. S ecretary Virginia Whitney ..,.... .,,,,,,,,,, S ecretwry Virginia Whitney ...,................,... Salesman Barbara Bates ,,,l....,.,.,,,,........,,,, Salesnwzn First row: Gene Forrest, Elaine Fitch, Marie Easley, Gayle Dailey, Leia Terrill, Jean Richmond, Aleda Shambaugh, Ruth Nelson, Bettina Tower, Ruth Reese, Donna Jermann, Marjorie Wilson, Wilson, Virginia Whitney. Second row: Barbara Walker, Mary Jean Baird, Della Emery, Edna Sutter, Lois Koplin, Florence Durdall, Peggy Kuhn, Vivian Burr, Dorothy Shirk, Marcia Castle, Jewel Miller, Margaret Galbraith, Elomia Laws. Third row: Eileen Cullison, Jean Pollock, Margie Skelton, Barbra Bates, Ellenor Dudley, Doreen Linn, Mary Gain, Cloah Horton, Pearl Peterson, Naomi Sauers, Evelyn McDonald, Lois Davis. Fourth row: Inez Smith, Iris Supernaw, Phyllis Vwayman, Dorothy Waits, Kathleen Norwood, Lucille Wehrum, Gladys Asper, Leona Barney, Julia Stira, Miss Porter. Others: Hazel Henkcr, Louise Webb. MR. MARSHALL SHIELDS FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Donald Howell ...... ............. P 'resident Burton Decker ..... ..,,......,,,.,..... P resident Sami Nogano ...,..... .,,:... V ice-President John Bixby ............. .... V ice-President Harlan Peyton ,..... .....,.......... S ecretary Donald Kingen ...... ........,.... S ecretary Winton Meuler .......,.................... Salesman LeRoy Baker .................,.............. Salesman Pat Madden .................... Sports Manager Leonard Holmes ................ Sports Manager First row: Norman Gilkey, Pat Madden, Walter Beatty, Melvin Cates, Howard Naskedov, Don Howell, Ernest Rice, Roy Watson, John Bixby, Ed Fanning, Ralph Gulli- ford. Second row: Harry Pautz, LeRoy Baker, Clarence Hussey, Harlan Peyton, Donald Kingen, Don Johnson, Kenneth David, Leonard Holmes, Bud Thomas, Glenn Mathews, Third row: Bob Kern, Gene Trueblood, Ralph Monk, Lawrence Phillips, Sylvester Web- er, George Stonehouse, Winton Meuler, Ed Zinn, Burton Decker. Fourth row: Mr. Shields, Joe Augenblick, Lindsay Leibfried, Jack Snedden. Others: Lester Courtney, Elmo Odne, Raymond Piercy, Francis Schwarz, Francis Sly, Orville Varnson, Francis Wallace. -ww MR. WESLEY BROWN FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Bud Shere ....,...,.,,. ,........,,,. P resident Henry Wastradowski ................ Presnlent Wallace Dailey .l... ,,,l V ice-President Milton Brown ....,..,..........,. Vice-Prestdent Elmer Nogano .... ......... S ecvretary Bill Runyan ,,,...........i ...,....... S ecretary Marion Kennedy ,.....,.......,,,,,,,i.,., Salesman Harry Sutherland .................i,i.. Salesman First row: Elmer Nogano, Marion Kennedy, Milton Brown, Herbert Swan, Eddie Robeck, Kenneth McNeil, Val Hoyt, Jack Wilson, Bud Shere. Second row: Bill Runyan, 4Bert Winter, Manuel Helm, Wallace Dailey, Leslie Anderson, Junior Johnson, Glen An- derson, Bob Mas-on, Harry Sutherland. Third row: Virl Lovette, Stanley Wetherell, Charles Reed, Forest Beall, Douglas Rip-ley, Ralph Chapman, Bill Luch, Charles Durose. Fourth row: Keith Steffan, Stanley Doolen, Henry Wastradowski. Others: Wilbur Gib- son, Tom Mclrvin, Ed Lunneborg, Jack Radspinner. MR. CARL GUSTAFSON FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Vernon Stolee ,.,.,. ......,,., P resident Billy Bolton r,,,. ,,,.,......i........, P reszkient Don Campbell ,,.... ,,,, V ice-President Chris Herzog ...,.,,,. ..... V ice-President Billy Bolton ..,,,,,,.. ..,............, S ecretary Melvin Weaver .,..... .....,......... S eoretary Wallace Miller ...,.............,,....,..., Salesman Vernon Stolee .,.,....,,................. .. Salesman LaVern Bauman ...,,,,.r... Sports Manager Wallace Miller ,,,,....,,,,,... Soprts Manager First row: Wayne Richard, Don Campbell, Raymond McCall, Ernest Lindell, Chris Herzog, Allen Westphal, Chester Buck, Herschel Sutter, Howard Duncan. Second row: Harold Ballensky, Vernon Stolee, Clarence Roberts, Neil Larson. Harold Luttrell, Ken- neth Kadow, Bill Bolton. Third row: LaVern Bauman, Glenn Campbell, Elroy Prosch, Willard Beall, Dwain Hall, Wallace Miller, Bill Wilson. Others: Roy Barton, Jerrold Sherson, David Smith, Melvin Weaver, Ronald Davis, Lynn Stone, George Paeth. MR. W. E. DUDLEY FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Ed Williams ,,,:...,,,,, ..,.,.,,..,,,, P resident Francis Mortek ........,,,,,.,..,,,.,,,,,,, President Francis Mortek ...,.,. ,.... V ice-President Wilbur Desler ...., .,,.,,.,, V ice-Hresident Lee Cramer ,.,,,,,,.. ,.....,... S ecretary Petco Petcoff ....,....... ,,......... S ecretary Don Blair ,,,,,,,,.. .,....,....,. S alesman Grover Poe ....,. ,....,............,........ S alesman Bill Palmer . ,,,., .... ,,,,,,,: S 1 aorts Manager Merle Van Antwerp .,,,.... Sports Manager First row: Evan Petcoff, Harry Virgil, Clyde Soha, Bill Dunegan, Quentin Standi- ford, Ed Williams, Leonard Parvi, Petco Petcoff, Grover Poe, Mr. Dudley. Second row: Clarence Boley, LeRoy Mayes, Frances Mortek, Clinton John, Neil Larson, Wilbur Des- ler, Bill Palmer, Edwin Lippert, Don Blair. Third row: Walter Neth, Lee Kramer, Herbert Ehle, Elmer Baton, Dick Willson, Merle Van Antwerp, Bob Wannamaker. Oth- ers: Neal Carson, Ronald King, Warren Maltman, Buster Davis. MISS RUTH HALL FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Kathryn Van Atta .................... President Betty Nelson ......,........,................ President Juanita Page .......,..... .,,. V 'ice-President Dorothy Holtberg ,,l,.. ....,.. V ice-President Roberta Kinnan ,,,,. ,..,...... S ecretary Alice Gee ..,............ ........... S ecretary Marjorie Nagel .........,................ Salesman Grace Matthews .......................... Salesman First row: Nancy Pelton, Lillian Davis, Betty Wilson, Erva Klineline, Jean Dor- man, Irma Wood, Grace Matthews, Mary Jean Malone, Dorothy Belisle. Second row: Opal Rains, Juanita Page, Marian Olson, Alice Gee, Dorothy Holtberg, Jean Cole, Bet-ty Niday, Virginia Forgy. Third row: Doris MacCou1nber, Deborah Peck, Roberta Kinnan, Kathryn Van Atta, Betty Nelson, Marjorie Ryan, Marjorie Nagel, Miss Ruth Hall. Others: Mary Argianas, Eva Obert, May Belle Tena, Mary Ellen Bates. x 4 .X 1 'x X K MRS. BERTHA HUGHES FIRST SEMESTER: ' SECOND SEMESTER: Warren Hawkins ,,Y,. ,,,,...,,,,,.... P resident Russell Schnell ,,,,... ..,........,..... P resident Wilfred Thomas TsA,., .,..... V ice-President Ralph Burns ,,,,...,... .,,,, I fice-President Rodney White .,.... ...,......,,.,. S ecretary Wilfred Thomas ,,,,... .,........... S ecreta-ry LeRoy Durdle ,,,,., ,,,,,,.,,,..7.,7.... S alesrnan LeRoy Durdle ....,..,.....,.............. Salesman en Phillips ..,.....,,.,.,.Y,,,. Sports Manager Valain Van Antwerp ,.,..Y., Sports Manager First row: Russell Shaver, Dale C-ode, Warren Keating, Frank Dye, Francis Daley, 4Wilfred Thomas, Richard Maclver, Bernard Tibbetts, Bryan Wade, Albert Pickens. Sec- ond row: Ralph Burns, LeRoy Durdle. Don Fanning, Clarence Lfoshbaugh, Elbert Bjork, Ben Phillips, Rodney White, Kay Blosser, Valain VanAntwerp. Third row: War- ren Hawkins, Robert Kadow, Fred Durose, Howard Klinski, Howard Stelzig. Russell Harry, Russell Schnell, Charles Cunningham. Fourth row: Thomas Saathoff, Willis Robb, Charles Barker. MRS. HILMA POWERS FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Viola Sater .........,.......,......Y,,,....,. President Elaine Rangstrand .,,,..,............. President Eleanor Klein ......,.,...,.,..,., Vice-President Josephine Mayes ............,.,. Vice-President Elaine Rangstrand ,..........,..,.7,,. Secretary Dorothy Cain ,......... .,,.....,., S ecretary Phyllis Reeves ,...,,,..........,....,Y,..... Salesman Eleanor Klein ,,,,...........,...,.......... Salesman Q, ' First row: Oreva Parker, Annette PI-opstra, Lois Nokleby, Dorthy Cain, Phyllis Reeves, Eleanor Klein, Margaret Soha, Virginia Eder, Gladys Mock, Phyllis Lacy. Sec- ond row: Elaine Andre, Betty Kennedy, Mary Ellen Cramer, Helen Swager, Louise Carson, Elaine Rangstrand, Dorothy Farmer, Viola Sater, Josephine Hockett. Third row: lXQrie Endres, Viola Bleth, Josephine Mayes. Florence Barnes, Mrs. Powers, Isa- belfe Nelson, Mary Ellen Anderson. Cthers: Beverly Bennett, Olga Hordichok, Mary Johnson, Clara Lindgren. MISS LUCILE ROBINSON FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Margaret Henderson ..,............. President Ethel Haynes ...... ...,.,...........,,,, R resident Ethel Haynes .......V,,,...,,.... Vice-President Yvonne Piercy .,.,.,.,.......,.. Vice-President Claudia Crites ,....,,,,... ..,,,........ S ecretary Mildred Mattson .......... ........... S ecretary Maxine Laipple ......,....,,,.......,.,,.. Salesman Margaret Henderson .....,....,,..,, Salesman First row: Evelyn Ehlenberger, Leona Luke, Evelyn McKelvie, Mildred Mattson, Norma Howard, Ethel Haynes, Barbara Woodbeck, Margaret Henderson, Wanda Bury- stahler, Marietta Thomas. Second row: Miss Robinson. Yvonne Piercy, Florence An- drew, Rosa Budd. Miriam Blum, Helen Kirkpatrick, Nancy Pierce, Alaire Ruppell, Marvel Dillabaugh. Third row: Virginia Lancaster, Joan Morgan. Claudia Crites, Mary Snook, Doris Clothier, Merveen Button, Vernette Mclrvin, Helen Fell, Maxine Laipple. Others: Jean Armstrong, Jean Smith, Jean Ridgman. MISS ELLA WINTLER FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Gertrude Manary ,,,,o.,.,,.,.,,,.,,,..,, President Clara Scherruble ........................ President Virginia Boetcher l,,l,,,,,..... Vice-Plresident Gertrude Kromminga .... Vice-Presnient Catherine Bowers ...,...,.,.............. Secretary Betty Stadelman .......,.. ......,.... S ecretary Emily Anderson ,,,,,,,....,......,,,,..V. Salesman Mabel McCollum ....,........,.......... Salesman First row: Mary Klarin, Gertrude Manary, Mabel McCollum, June Keeney, Emily Anderson, Gail Cunningham, Opal Kimball, Ruth McNary, Memorie Gates. Second row: Dorothy Burk, Betty Stadelman, Alta Green, Lena Helm. Eleanor Parsons, Virginia Boetcher, Esther Ohlemeyer, Lorraine Kelly, Clara Scherruble. Third row: Miss Wintler, Marie Boss, Hazel Barney, Gertrude Kromminga, Inez Baslee, Carol Lindquist, Mae Keene. Others: Violet Rupe. . 5 1 MR. j. D. MILLER SECOND SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Bill MacGregor . .....,...,....,......,,... President Kenneth Jacobson 7,..,...,,,,...,.,..A,.. Secretary Bob Green ...............,,...,,.... Vice-President Frank Enz ,..,....,,,,........,,.,,,..,.,.,,,, Salesman Jack Barnes .....,....,,....,,.,.... Sports Manager First row: Eldin Drew, Spencer Hogg, Jerome Brislawu, Floyd Green. Ted Ander- on, Hilmer Lang, Bryce Boyer, Robert Green, Frank Enz, Jack Stein, Clifford Boyd- 'tun. Second row: Henry Ono, Wayne Leigh, Joe Luna, Kenneth Snedden, Bill Haldeman, 4Kenneth Jacobson, Hugh Wood, Bill Dunham, Richard Johnson, Jack Bland. Third row: Mr. Miller, Jack Barnes, Forrest Anderson, Ernest Hoff, Ralph French, Stacy Millar, Frank Mohns, Weaver Bickle, Jim Johnson, Eugene Smith. Fourth row: Frank- lyn Secrest, Wilbur Adams, Harold Riches, Bob Brainard, Bill McLaughlin, Rex Lester, Howard Peters, Alfred Johnson, Homer Baylous. Others: Robert Beatty, Crosbie Cofiield, John Dickson, Frank Ferguson, Bob Graves, George Kramer, Arthur Cameron Vernon Sohn, Glenn Todd, Buster Wilson. MISS HELEN THUN SECOND SEMESTER! SECOND SEMESTER: Grace Johnson ,,,,.,.., .,...,,,.,,,, P resident Bernadine Imdieke .....,.,.........,.. Secretary Jennie Skelton ,oo,.,,,,, .,.,....,. V ice-President Georgia Bursch ........,...............,,.. Sailesnwn First row: Margaret Kern, Norma Nelson, Marie Olson, Bernadine Imdieke, Miss Thun, Rose Mary Manz, Mildred Harmala, Mildred Klock, Anita Mattson, Mildred Sullivan. Second row: Margery Olson, Josephine Nickerson, Eva Beatty, Pauline Betts, Dorothy Kesler, Helen Richardson, Maxine Maas, Beverly Zapp, Phyllis Conover. Third row: Jennie Skelton, Dorothy Webberley, Barbara Morehouse, Doris Cameron Grace Johnson, Georgia Bursch, Wilma Shaffer, Levonne Bruch. Fourth row: Dorothy Hiser, Kathleen Armstrong, Annie Meade, Imogene Albertson, Beatrice Ryan. Others: Jean Hazelwood, Wanda Lewis. fgwiwm WMMVJMQMM I Y w Y l ADVISORY GROUP HONORS An administrative unit to be effective in high school organization must not be com- posed of too many students. Our solution to this situation has been through the advisory group system. The student has the advantage of having the same adviser throughout his three years here in school. The pupil's educational program is given careful attention. In the discussions that naturally arise in these groups many personal and social problems are dealt with during the period of the student's stay here. We feel much good comes 'rom this sort of unit. Mr. W. H. Conovefr, Vice-Principal and 4 Gcnerral Chairman of Advisory Groups MISS BLANCI-IE I-IURD Scholarship: Gwen Anderson, Jean Arnold, Barbara Hall, Rose Hiltunen, Ardelle Wayman. Music: Barbara Hall, Helen Richmond. Margery Thomas. Ushers: Gwen Anderson, Elizabeth Brainard, Jerry Chappelle, Grace Heaton, Elizabeth Imdieke, Helen Jacobson, Fern Klock, Helen Richmond, Lucille Stein, Margery Thomas, Gladys Westlund. Red Cross Attendants: Jerry Chappelle, Etta Martin, Ardelle Wayman, Gladys Westlund. Locker Attendants: Edith Higgins, Etta Martin, Joyce McLaughlin. Vodoil: Barbara Hall, Elizabeth Imdieke, Helen Jacobson, Helen Richmond. Committees: Gwen Anderson, Jean Arnold, Elizabeth Brainard, Jerry Chappelle, Barbara Hall, Grace Heaton, Edith Higgins, Rose Hiltunen, Elizabeth Imdieke, Helen Jacobson, Fern Klock, Etta Martin, Joyce McLaughlin, Betty Rogers, Helen Richmond, Lucille Stein, Margery Thomas, Ardelle Wayman, Gladys Westlund. Clubs: Jerry Chappelle, Barbara Hall, Gladys VVestlund. Log Staff: Edith Higgins, Joyce McLaughlin. MR. CECIL TUTTLE Sclzolcwship: Herman Logan, Russell Palmer, David Shaeffer, Roger Camp, George Greenlund, Athletics: Frank Atchely, Kenneth Desler, Eugene Hiltunen, Jack McKay, Claire Wiley, Paul Wood. Music: Clarence Bowers, Roger Camp, Gilbert Carsten, George Greenlund, Roy Kersteter, Robert Lang, Miles Lieser, Leonard Nelson, Art Norton, Russell Palmer, Claire Wiley. Vodvil: Leonard Hicks, George Greenlund, Roy Kersteterl Robert Lang, Miles Lieser, Leonard Nelson, Art Norton, Russell Palmer, Claire Wiley. Committees: Leroy Belknap, Richard Coats, Eugene Hiltunen, David Shaeffer. Clubs: Clarence Bowers, Vernon Ballantyne, Roger Camp, Eugene Hiltunen, Herman Logan, Miles Lieser, Russell Palmer, Bob Rains, Paul Wood. Locker Attendants: Leroy Belknap, Roy Kerstetter, Herman Logan, Allen Niman. Smclent Body Yell King and Assistant: Roger Camp, Joe Spady. MISS RUBY EVANS Scholalrship: Dorothy Brock, LaVerna Miller, Margaret Munroe, Mabel Parvi. Ath- letics: Dorothy Brock, Ruth Carson, Cleo Freeman, LaVerna Miller, Helen McCavet, Jane Straw. Music: Vera Beherns, Ruth Carson, Estelle Kinney, Shirley Hodgson, Corinne Hanson, Lorene Hover, LaVerna Miller, Jane Straw, Margaret Shurian, Ruby Winter. Ushers: Claribel Beutler, Lina Carson, Eucla Dunn, Lorene Hover, Cleo Freeman, Ellen Herman, LaVerna Miller, Helen McCavet, Elsie Rice, Jane Straw, Ruby Winter. Red Cnross Attenflantz Elsie Baker. Locker Attendant: Margaret Shurian. Vodvil: Vera Behrens. Ruth Carson, Estelle Kinney, Shirley Hodgson, LaVerna Miller, Helen McCavet, Jane Straw, Margaret Shurian, Ruby Winter. Committees: Vera Beherns, Elsie Baker, Estelle Kinney, Cleo Freeman, LaVerna Miller, Helen McCavet, Sylvia Noce. Clubs: Dorothy Brock, Lina Carson. Ruth Carson, Estelle Kinney, Cleo Freeman, LaVerna Miller, LaVerne Neil, Jane Straw, Ruby Winter, Helen McCavet, Claribel Beutler. MISS PEARL HALL Scholarship: Richard Frieze, Bob Juzek. Athletics: Bob Alexander, Everett Al- berson, Larry Blount, Willie Burgstahler, Walt Chapman, Claude Calavan, Bruce Con- way, D'Arcy De Juan, Bill Dilley, Don Fernquist, Berl Hewitt, Floyd Hollerback ,Bob Juzek, Lester Miller, Dale Moore, Jack Mulder, James Olson. Music: Walt Chapman, Everett Alberson, Claude Calavan, Martin Eling, Lester Miller, James Olson. Charles Sheldon. Locker Attendants: Larry Blount, Bill Dilley, James Olson. Vodvil: Bob Alexander. James Olson. Charles Sheldon. Committees: Bob Alexander, Everett Alber- son, Willie Burgstahler, Walt Chapman, Claude Calavan, Bruce Conway, D'Arcy DeJuan, MISS PEARL HALL QConrinuedl Bill Dilley, Martin Eling, Don Fernquist, John Frier, Richard Frieze, Berl Hewitt, Floyd Hollerback, Clarence Lindgren, Lester Miller, Dale Moore, Jack Mulder, James Olson, Floyd Prill, Charles Sheldon, Stanley Green. Clubs: Bob Alexander, Claude Cala- van, Bruce Conway, Bill Dilley, Martin Eling, Bob Juzek, Lester Miller, Dale Moore, Jack Mulder, Charles Sheldon, Stanley Greene, MRS. MARGARET PAGE JOHNSON Scholarship: Wayne Beall, Arthur Boddy, Vernon Moore. Athletics: Glenn Dailey, Worley Ellis, Vernon Moore, Howard Peterson, Neil Sater, Bob Skar. Music: Arthur Boddy, Floyd Chapman, Delmar Fields, Paul Schumann, Bob Palmer. Vodvil: Arthur Boddy, Floyd Chapman, Delmar Fields, Paul Schumann. Locker Attendant: Paul Schumann. Committees: George Hawkins, Bob Skar. Clubs: Worley Ellis, Orville Han- cuff, Howard Peterson, Paul Schumann, Bob Palmer. MRS. JULIA MURRAY Scholarship: Ruth Hartley, Kathryn Johnson, Beatrice Olson, Nadene Mathews, Bar- bara Rick, Enid Shumway. Athletics: Betty Lou Hipskind, Marguerite Kindsfather. Committees: Faith Brown, Betty Curtiss, Betty Clawson, Janis Coughlin, Dorothy Doran, Ethel Guffnett, Ruth Hartley, Veda Hornibrook, Betty Lou Hipskind, Virginia Johnson, Kathryn Johnson, Marguerite Kindsfather, Ida Leaf, Marjorie McKee, Beatrice Olson, Nadene Mathews, Emma Lou Miller, Barbara Rick, Wanda Ross. Enid Shumway, Virginia Scott, Minnie Takaki, Constance Toy. Clubs: Ruth Hartley, Veda Hornibrook, Virginia Johnson, Kathryn Johnson, Ida Leaf. Nadene Mathews, Enid Shumway. Music: Helen Bild, Janis Coughlin, Ida Leaf. Vodvil: Faith Brown, Janis Coughlin, Ida Leaf, Enid Shumway. Ushers: Betty Clawson, Dorothy Doran, Ethel Guffnett, Veda Horni- brook, Betty Lou Hipskind, Virginia Johnson, Ida Leaf, Wanda Ross. Enid Shumway, Constance Toy. Red Cross Attendants: Betty Lou Hipskind, Ida Leaf, Beatrice Olson. Locker Attendants: Dorothy Doran, Veda Hornibrook, Ida Leaf. Girls' League Recording Secretary: Faith Brown. MISS LAURA RUGGLESS Scholarship: Ruth Fagaly, Darlene Haley. Marybell Holloway, Frances Powell, Marguerite Washburn. Athletics: Ruth Finney, Helen Keller, Georgina Tillman, Phyllis Woolf, Committees: Margery Cabe, Lucille Bangs. Ruth Finney, Janet Grant, Darlene Haley, Leota Hansen, Marybell Holloway, Dorothy Johnson, Helen Keller, Leslie Knight, Charlotte Mclrvin, Bernice O'Brien, Frances Powell, Katherine Schwan, Agnes Smith, Thelma Rice, Georgina Tillman, Pauline Walck, Phyllis Woolf. Ushers: Lucille Bangs. Ruth Finney, Marybell Holloway, Dorothy Johnson, Helen Keller, Leslie Knight, Charlotte Mclrvin, Bernice O'Brien, Frances Powell, Thelma Rice, Georgina Tillman, Pauline Walck, Phyllis Woolf. Clubs: Margery Cabe, Lucille Bangs, Ruth Finney, Janet Grant, Darlene Haley, Marybell Holloway, Dorothy Johnson, Helen Keller, Frances Powell, Georgina Tillman, Phyllis Woolf. Red Cross Attendants: Leota Hanson, Charlotte Mclrvin, Bernice O'Brien, Frances Powell. Locker Attendants: Dorothy Johnson, Agnes Smith, Thelma Rice, Pauline Walck, Vodoil: Lucille Bangs, Helen Keller, Georgin Tillman. Music: Helen Keller, Lcota Hanson. MRS. VERA WETHER ELL Scholarship: Billie Coughlin, Marguerite Davenport, Betty Harter, Jeannette Hill, Dorothy Kreis, Pearl Richards. Athletics: Ruby Broughton, Billie Coughlin, Iris Fries, Betty Harter, Dorothy Kreis. Music: Cecile Durose, Eulalie Laws, Pearl Richards, Ella Swan, Marjorie Weber, Eda Wheeler. Ushers: Ruby Broughton, Christina DeCamp, Mil- dred Erickson, Ellamarie Grunnett, Betty Harter, Jeannette Hill, Myrtella Olson, Ella- mae Purvis, Ella Swan. Red Oross Attendants: Billie Coughlin, Iris Fries, Frances' Garr, Mary Grace Timmons, Marjorie Weber. Locker Attendants: Ruby Broughton, Mildred Erickson, Mary Grace Timmons. Committees: Jeanne Anderson. Lillian Bel- etski, Billie Coughlin, Marguerite Davenport, Christina DeCamp, Mildred Erickson, Frances Garr, Ellamarie Grunnett, Betty Harter, Jeannette Hill, Dorothy Kreis, Eulalie Laws, Florence Nadgwick, Myrtella Olson, Ellamae Purvis, Betty Seibold, Ella Swan, Eda Wheeler. Clubs: Jeanne Anderson. Ruby Broughton, Marion Clark, Mar- guerite Davenport, Cecile DuRose, Iris Fries, Ellamarie Grunnett, Betty Harter, Jean- nette Hill, Betty Seibold, Ella Swan, Marjorie Weber. Voduil: Ellamarie Grunnett, Betty Harter, Pearl Richards, Ella Swan, Eda Wheeler. MR. ARTHUR JOLIN Scholarship: Bob Hutton, Clifford Kuhnke, Nick Macchione, Bob Petters, Jerry Thompson. Athletics: Pete Cherednik, Marvin Easton, Oscar Froom, Stewart Gain, Bob Hutton, Richard Miller, Jack Morris, Jerry Thompson, Bob Winter. Committees: Dick Ausve, Don Blunt, Pete Cherednik, Nick Macchione, Jack Morris, Bob Winter. Clubs: Dick Ausve, Pete Cherednik, Orville Erickson, Stewart Gain, Harold Holland, Richard Miller, Jack Morris, Bob Petters, Bob Rohen, Jerry Thompson, Bob Winter. Traffic Pa- rol: Clifford Kuhnke, Jerry Thompson. Locker Attendant: Pete Cherednik. Music: ames Fernald, Lewis Haldeman, Bob Hutton, Richard Miller, Bob Petters. 4 MR. DAVID MILLER Scholavrship: Alan Jones. Athletics: Leslie Phillips, Jack Propstra. Music: Lester arlow, Walter Baty, Richard Blaker, Elmer Snoen, Walter Sorenson, Bob Wachter. oolvil: Lester Barlow, Walter Baty, Richard Blaker, Walter Sorenson, Edgar Swan. red Whitegon. Committees: DeWitt McNeel, Earl Stout. Clubs: Lester Barlow, Walter aty, Richard Blaker, Alan Jones, Fred Massie, Jack Propstra, Bob Townsend, Edgar Swan, Fred Whitegon. MISS BEULAH PORTER Scholarship: Vivian Burr, Marcia Castle, Gayle Dailey, Marie Easley, Elaine Fitch, ne Forrest, Mary Gain, Jewel Miller, Ruth Reese, Lela Terrill, Dorothy Waits, Vir- inia Whitney. Athletics: Mary Jean Baird, Marie Easley, Ruth Reese. Music: Barbara Bates, Vivian Burr, Marcia Castle, Ellenor Dudley, Elomia Laws. Ushers: Mary Jean Baird, Barbara Bates, Vivian Burr, Florence Durdall, Marie Easley, Gene Forrest, Mar- garet Galbraith, Lois Koplin, Peggy Kuhn, Doreen Linn, Jewel Miller, Edna Sutter, Dorothy Shirk, Lela Terrill, Bettina Tower, Marjorie Wilson. Red Cross Attendants: Mary Jean Baird, Cloah Horton, Ruth Reese. Locker Attendants: Gayle Dailey, Elomia Laws, Ruth Nelson, Kathleen Norwood, Marjorie Skelton, Lucille Wehrum. Committees: Mary Jean Baird, Barbara Bates, Vivian Burr, Marcia Castle, Gayle Dailey, Florence Durdall, Marie Easley, Elaine Fitch, Gene Forrest, Mary Gain, Margaret Galbraith, Doreen Linn, Jewel Miller, Ruth Nelson, Jean Pollock, Ruth Reese, Lela Terrill, Phyllis Wayman, Virginia Whitney, Marjorie Wilson. Clubs: Gladys Asper, Mary Jean Baird, Vivian Burr, Marcia Castle, Gayle Dailey, Ellenor Dudley, Florence Durdall, Marie Eas-lcy, Elaine Fitch, Gene Forrest, Margaret Galbraith, Cloah Horton, Donna Jermann, Peggy Kuhn, Doreen Linn, Jewel Miller, Ruth Nelson, Ruth Reese, Dorothy Shirk, Edna Sutter, Lela Terrill, Bettina Tower, Phyllis Wayman, Lucille Wehrum, Virginia Whitney, Marjorie Wilson. Vodvil: Mary Jean Baird, Vivian Burr, Mary Gain. MR. MARSHALL SHIELDS Scholarship: John Bixby. Athletics: VValter Beatty, Norman Gilkey, Krader Gould, Leonard Holmes, Howard Naskedov, George Stonehouse, Bud Thomas, Roy Watson. Vodvil: Burt Decker, Ralph Gulliford, Donald Johnson, Robert Kern, Don Kingen, Lind- say Leibfried, Glenn Mathews, Francis Sly, Bud Thomas. Music: Lester Courtney, Ralph Gulliford. Donald Johnson, Robert Kern, Don Kingen, Lindsay Leibfried, Glenn Mathews, Francis Sly, Bud Thomas, Francis Wallace. Committees: Joseph Augenblick, John Bixby, Lester Courtney, Ed Fanning, Leonard Holmes, Donald Howell, Harlan Peyton. Sylvester Weber. Clubs: Ed Fanning, Leonard Holmes, Pat Madden, Lawrence Phillips, Francis Sly, George Stonehouse, Francis Wallace. Trajic Patrol: Ernest Rice. MISS RUTH HALL Scholarship: Mary Ellen Bates, Alice Gee, Eva Obert, Nancy Pelton. Athletics: Jean Dorman, Roberta Kinnan, Erva Klineline, Grace Matthews, Marjorie Nagel, Betty Nelson, Juanita Page. Nancy Pelton, Marjorie Ryan, Kathryn Van Atta, Betty Wilson, Irma Wood, Mary Ellen Bates. Ushers: Mary Ellen Bates, Mary Argianas, Jean Dorman, Roberta Kinnan, Mary Jean Malone, Grace Matthews, Eva Obert, Marjorie Ryan, Kath- ryn Van Atta, Irma Wood. Locker Attendants: Deborah Peck, Opal Rains. Committees: Dorothy Belisle, Jeanne Cole, Jean Dorman, Alice Gee, Erva Klineline, Dorothy Holtberg, Roberta Kinnan, Doris MacComber, Mary Jean Malone, Grace Matthews, Marjorie Nagel, Betty Nelson, Jaunita Page, Nancy Pelton. Marjorie Ryan, Kathryn Van Atta, Betty Wilson, Irma Wood, Mary Ellen Bates. Clubs: Mary Argianas, Jean Dorman, Alice Gee, Roberta Kinnan, Mary Jean Malone, Erva Klineline, Grace Mathews, Marjorie Nagel, Betty Nelson, Nancy Pelton Marjorie Ryan. Kathryn Van Atta, Irma Wood, Mary Ellen Bates. Music: Virginia Forgey, Kathryn Van Atta. MRS. BERTHA HUGHES Scholarship: Russell Schnell, Athletics: Charles Cunningham, Fred Durose, Frank Dye, Don Fanning, Warren Hawkins, Howard Stelzig. Committees: Dale Code, Charles Barker, Fred Durose, Frank Dye, Don Fanning, Warren Keating, Clarence Loshbaugh Richard Maclver, Ben Phillips, Thomas Saathoff, Russell Harry, Russell Schnell, Russell Shaver. Clubs: Charles Cunningham, Warren Hawkins, Russell Schnell, Valain Van Antwerp. Music: Dale Code, LeRoy Durdle, Russell Shaver. Vodvil: Dale Code, Russell Shaver. Locker Attendants: LeRoy Durdle, Valain Van Antwerp. MRS. HILMA POWERS Scholarship: Dorothy Cain, Clara Lindgren, Phyllis Reeves. Athletics: Dorothy Cain, Eleanor Klein, Josephine Mayes, Annette Propstra, Phyllis Reeves. Music: Florence Barnes, Oreva Parker, Phyllis Reeves, Gladys Mock. Ushers: Beverly Bennett, Viola Bleth, Dorothy Cain, Mary Johnson, Josephine Mayes, Phyllis Reeves, Viola Sater, Margaret Soha. Committees: Mary Ellen Anderson, Dorothy Farmer, Eleanor Klein, Phyllis Jean Lacy, Gladys Mock, Oreva Parker, Annette Propstra, Elaine Rangstrand, Phyllis Reeves, Viola Sater. Clubs: Elaine Andre, Beverly Bennett, Viola Bleth, Dorothy Cain, Mary Ellen Cramer, Marie Endres, Mary Johnson, Betty Kennedy, Eleanor Klein, Phyllis Jean Lacy, Josephine Mayes, Oreva Parker, Annette Propstra, Elaine Rangstrand, Phyllis Reeves, Viola Sater, Margaret Soha. Vodvil: Viola Bleth, Betty Kennedy, Oreva Parker. Locker Attendarzt: Dorothy Cain, Josephine Mayes. MISS LUCILE ROBINSON Scholarship: Margaret Henderson, Vernette Mclrvin. Athletics: Helen Fell, Mar- garet Henderson, Maxine Laipple, Mildred Mattson. Music: Rosa Budd, Merveen But- ton, Ethel Haynes, Margaret Henderson, Marietta Thomas. Ushers: Miriam Blum, Rosa Budd, Helen Fell, Ethel Haynes, Norma Howard, Helen Kirkpatrick, Maxine Laipple, Mildred Mattson, Vernette Mclrvin, Marietta Thomas, Barbara Woodbeck. Committees: Rosa Budd, Doris Clothier, Claudia Crites, Marvel Dillabaugh, Helen Fell, Ethel Haynes, Margaret Henderson, Norma Howard, Maxine Laipple, Virginia Lancaster, Mildred Mattson, Vernette Mclrvin, Joan Morgan, Nancy Pierce, Yvonne Piercy, Alaire Ruppell, Barbara Woodbeck. Clubs: Helen Fell, Margaret Henderson, Maxine Laipple, Yvonne Piercy. Vodril: Ethel Haynes, Margaret Henderson, Marietta Thomas. Locker Attend- ant: Rosa Budd. MISS EI LA XVINTLER Scholarship: Marie Boss, Virginia Boetcher, Gertrude Kromminga, Carol Lindquist Musik: Emily Ruth Anderson. Carol Lindquist, Esther Ohlemeyer. Ushers: Haze Barney, Virginia Boetcher, Gail Cunningham, June Keeney, Opal Kimball, Mabel Mc Collum, Violet Rupe, Betty Stadelman. Vodvil: Emily Ruth Anderson, Carol Lindquist Esther Ohlemeyer. Committees: Marie Boss. Virginia Boetcher, Gail Cunningham, Alt Green, Carol Lindquist, Gertrude Manary, Clara Scherruble. Clubs: Emily Ruth Ander son, Inez Baslee, Gail Cunningham, Carol Lindquist, Gertrude Manary, Ruth McNary Athletics: Virginia Boetcher, Emily Ruth Anderson. I MR. WESLEY BROWN Athletics: Leslie Anderson, Milton Brown, Wallace Dailey, Marion Kennedy, Charle Reed, Doug Ripley, Ed Robeck, Bud Shere, Harry Sutherland, Henry Wastradowski. Music: Ralph Chapman, Val Hoyt, Junior Johnson, Ed Lunneborg, Tom Mclrvin, Her- bert Swan, Stanley Wetherell. Committees: Manuel Helm. Clubs: Milton Brown, Bert Winter. Vodifil: Ralph Chapman, Val Hoyt, Junior Johnson, Herbert Swan, Stanley Wetherell. Traffic Pa-trol: Stanley Wetherell. MR. W. E. DUDLEY Athletics: Don Blair, Clinton John, Clyde Soha, Herbert Ehle, Wilbur Desler, Ed Lippert, Lee Kramer, Warren Maltman, Francis Mortek, LeRoy Mayes, Walter Neth, Petco Petcoff, Evan Petcoff, Grover Poe, Bill Palmer, Leonard Parvi. Allan Skov, Quinton Standiford, Merle Van Antwerp, Harry Virgil, Ed Williams, Dick Wilson, Robert Wanna- maker. Class Oficersz Don Blair, Herbert Ehle, Wilbur Desler. Music: Grover Poe. ommittees: Don Blair, Ed Lippert, Lee Kramer, Bill Palmer, Petco Petcoff, Wilbur esler. Clubs: Don Blair, Herbert Ehle, Bill Palmer, Quinton Standiford, Merle Van ntwerp, Ed Williams. Traffic Patrol: Robert Wannamaker. 4 MR. CARL GUSTAFSON Scholarship: Willard Beall. Athletics: LaVern Bauman, Harold Ballensky, Don ampbell, Bill Bolton, Glenn Campbell, Howard Duncan, Harold Luttrell, Wallace Miller, lroy Prosch, Wayne Richards, Clarence Roberts, Vernon Stolee, Lynn Stone, Allan Westphall, Bill Wilson. Music: LaVern Bauman, Jerrold Sherson, Lynn Stone. Commit- tees: Bill Bolton, LaVern Bauman, Raymond McCall, Bill Wilson, Melvin Weaver. Clubs: ,ill Bolton, Raymond McCall. Vodvil: Kenneth Kadow. MISS HELEN TI-IUN Athletics: Imogene Albertson, Levonne Bruch. Music: Eva Beatty, Grace John- son, Barbara Morehouse, Margery Olson. Committees: Georgia Bursch, Jean Hazelwood, Grace Johnson, Maxine Maas. Anita Mathson, Barbara Morehouse, Helen Richardson, Josephine Nickerson. Clubs: Pauline Betts, Georgia Bursch, Maxine Maas, Annie Meade. Vodvil: Eva Beatty, Grace Johnson. MR. j. D. MILLER Athletics: Jack Bland, Ralph French, Ernest Hoff, Joe Luna, Stacy Millar. Commit- tees: Ted Anderson, Frank Ferguson, Ernest Hoff, Joe Luna, Jerome Brislawn. Clubs: Weaver Bickle, Jerome Brislawn, Jim Johnson, Wayne Leigh, Rex Lester, Harold Riches. Music: Crosbie Coflield, Bill Haldeman, Ernest Hoff, Spencer Hogg, Alfred Johnson, Wayne Leigh. Vodvil: Bill Haldeman, Ernest Hott, Spencer Hogg, Alfred Johnson. Wayne Leigh. I -5.300332 ,t.................... A ,A SAQ Q : Q, , ,,i K , ,ai 0 mmm www A Vxxofwiwgl Omixde We WMA 65.55 'YW udwu swdcyxxs mug Q0 Qhuxauxng wyammc MXN GNN cvfuixnqn fguimcoib, AuxXuxX ou Qofxixxxg, CNR Y SKK N QS TRAPPER SONG Over hill. over dale, 'Down the valley, through the vale, Oh, the Trappers go trapping along. Never fail never quail H is their sl an and their song , 7 og As the Trappers go trapping along. Then jight. Trap, fight! Take everything in sight! Fellows, we will win this game! For well we know, no matter where we go, That the Trappers come back with the game. Keep on trapping, boys -The Trappers come back with the game Keep on trapping, boys-The Trappers come back with the game 'Rah! Rah! DO6ii CHEER FOR VANCOUVER Cheerfor Vancouver, V.H. must win, Fight to the finish, never give in! 'Rah' Rah! Rah! You do your bext, boys, W eill do the rest, boys. Fight fir the victory! All along the linew Cheer for Vancouver, V.H. must wing Fight to the jinish, never give in! 'Rahl Rah! Rah! You do your best, boys, W elll do the rest, boys. Fight for the victory! 'Rah! Rah! 'Pea rl A. Ha ASSOCIATED STUDENTS Sam Alexander ..,.........,..,..........,, President Bonnie June Percival .....,....,..... Secretary Roger Camp ,.....,..,.... First Vice-President Herman Becker ,,,,.,,..... Sergeant-at-Arms Ruth M. Williams .... Second Vice-President Mr. Henry DeYoung i,,i,...,,..,.,..... Adviser' The Associated Students, which includes all students of Vancouver High School, is an organization established to create enthusiasm and cooperation in the social, business, athletic and curricular affairs of the school, to bring about effective relationships be- 4tween students and faculty, and to increase the general efficiency of the school. Left to right: Ruth Mary Williams, Roger Camp, Sam Alexander, Herman Becker, Bonnie Percival. STUD NT COUNCIL Mr. Henry DeYoun.g, Miss Dorothea von Berg, Mr. W. H. Conover, Advisers. The Student Council is a body of students consisting of Student Body officers, class presidents, and presidents of Girls' and Boys' Leagues whose duty it is to cope with student problems. The determining of regulations as to the awarding of athletic letters, the promot- ing of pep assemblies, and approving of student committees are a part of their duties. First row: Nick Macchione, Roger Camp, Catherine O'Banion, Ruth Mary Williams, Sam Alexander, Shirley Dalen, Bonnie Percival, Don Blair. Second row: Bob Layne, Jacques DeKalb, David Schaeffer, Leonard Holmes, Herman Becker, Mr. DeYoung. Third row: Miss von Berg, Mr. W. H. Conover. GIRLS' LEAGUE Catherine O'Banion ,..,,............,.. President Helen McCavet .... Corresponding Secretary Virginia Larson ,,,,.. ....... V ice-Hresiderit Faith Brown ............ Recording Secretary Anne Jones ........,,,,....,.....,......... Treasurer Margery Cabe ............................ Reporter Miss Dorothea von Berg ............ Adviser The Girls' League, of which all girls in the school are members, is an organization aimed "to promote mutual helpfulness and friendship among the girls." The plan of having a Big Sister help her Little Sister feel at home when she first enters Vancouver High School. the All Girls' Mix and the Girls' League dance furnished some of the ways of promoting friendliness. V Left to right: Catherine O'Banion, Virginia Larson, Helen McCavet, Miss Dorothea von Berg, Anne Jones, Margery Cabe, Faith Brown. BOYS' LEAGUE Bob Layne .,..,,,,..,,. ...,............ P resilient Wayne Roberts ............................ Secretary Oren Gustafson .,.,....,,,,.... Vice-President Dale Moore ..............,..... Sergeant-at-Arms Mr. VV. H. Conover ...........,........ Adviser The Boys' League, which consists of all boys in school, is a two year old organization whose goal is to promote boys' activities and ideals. It aims to offer the boys a broad field of choice of vocations by having outside speakers give views of their business. It sponsers the Annual Smoker and Dad's Night, and is a patron of intramural sports. Left to right: Bob Layne, Wayne Roberts, Mr. W. H. Conover, Dale Moore, Oren Gustafson. OFFICE SECRETARIES AND ASSISTANTS Because of the eiiiciency of Miss Williams, Alma Hughes, and their assistants, our school machine is kept running smoothly. Miss Williams and Miss Hughes aid the stud- ents greatly with their problems. The students help by carrying announcements and collecting slips. ,, Left to right: Miss Alma Hughes, Elizabeth Brainard, Alma Cummings, DeLoris ingle, Maxine Thibodeaux, Marie Kilpatrick, Miss Mary VVilliams. 4 RED CROSS ATTENDANTS tta Martin ..,..,... ........,.........,.... C lwirman Miss Dorothea von Berg ,,,,,,,,..l.,,,, Adviser The Red Cross Attendants form a service group which maintains a hospital room uring all periods. The girls are ready to render first aid in case of accident or illness. First row: Meda Runyan, Maxine Jackson, Gladys Jones, Etta Martin, Elsie Baker, erniece 'O'Brien, Gladys Westlund, Mary Jean Baird. Second row: Francis Powell, Iris Fries, Betty Lou Hipskind, Billie Coughlin, Mary Grace Timmons, Margaret Mun- roe, Beatrice Olson, Leota Hanson, June Hundley. Third row: Ida Leaf, Fern Anderson, Charlotte Mclrvin, Miss Dorothea von Berg, Joyce Woodworth, Francis Garr, Jerry Chappelle. Others: Marjory Weber, Cloah Horton, Ruth Detering, Ruth Reese, Bernice Gilmore. TRAFFIC SQUAD Jerry Thompson ..... ...,,,..,.,.....,... P resident Ernest Rice ,,,,........ . ,..,,, Secretary Mr. J. D. Miller ..............,,,,,,.... Adviser The Trafiic Patrol, a service organization, patrols the two pedestrian lanes on the Pacific Highway at all necessary times. They are on duty as early as fifteen minutes past eight in the morning, and are ready again at the two lunch periods and at the close of school. First row: Pete Cherednik, Fred Massie, Clifford Kuhnke, Don Fernquist, Robert Wannamaker. Second row: Jerry Thompson, Stanley Wetherell, Mr. J. D. Miller. Others: Ernest Rice. LOCKER SUPERVISORS Fred Boss .....,.............. General Lieutenant Mrs. Bertha Hughes ,,,,...... .......... A dmlser Locker monitors maintain regularity in the locker room, allowing students with permits to go to their lockers. First row: Pauline Walck, Joyce Nelson, Rosa Budd, Mary Grace Timmons, Etta Martin, Mabel Brown, Myrtle Orn, Jean Stumberg, Dorothy Doran, Herman Logan, Second row: Mildred Erickson, Thelma Rice, Dorothy Johnson, Dorothy Cain, Dorothy Olson, Eleanor Johnson, Veda Hornibrook, Fern Anderson, Ida Leaf. Third row: Ruth Nelson, Opal Rains, Deborah Peck, Josephine Mayes, Lucille Wehrum, Kathleen Nor- wood, Harold Morton, LeRoy Durdle, Vera Daniels. Ruby Broughton. Fourth row: Valain VanAntwerp, Gayle Dailey, Jean Emerson, Joyce Woodworth, Walter Stadel- man, Edson Johnson, James Olson, Leroy Belknap, Pete Cherednik. Fifth row: Herb Christensen, Fred Boss, Bill Fitzpatrick. Dick Durdle. Larry Blount, Dick Easley, Robert Kadow, Dan Dunnigan. Others: James Scroggie, Homer Rohse, Malcolm Wheeler, Wesley Zeigler, Margaret Mason. N x 04 LETTERMEN'S CLUB Gale Bettesworth .,..,,,....,........,.., President Mr. Shields .,,.............,.Y...,............ . AdviSe'7' The Lettermen's Club is an honor organization for boys who have won their letters in major sports, football, basketball, and track. The Lettermen with the Letter Girls ponsored the Hard Time Dance. First row: Ray Taylor, Pete Chcrednik, Charles Robinson, Ralston Burgett, Ed 4Williams, Herman Becker, Jacques DeKalb, Bob Layne. Second row: Paul Wood, Bob Alexander, Claude Calavan, Dale Moore, Sam Alexander, Glen Dailey, Eugene Hiltunen, Steve Ivans. Third row: Ben Brader, Don Snyder, Bob Mulder, Neil Sater, Larry Blount., Oren Gustafson, Jack Propstra, Clarence Roll. Others: Buster Davis, Worley Ellis, scar Froom, Don Jellison, Clinton John, Bob Kruse, Douglas Ripley, Jack McKay, ack Mulder, Gordon Neil, Wayne Roberts, Glen Smith, George Stonehouse. TICKET TAKERS aques DeKalb , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,. Student Manager Mr. VV. H. Conover .......,,..,,.,.,,,..... Adviser The Ticket Takers is a service club that has charge of the selling and the taking of tickets at all school programs and functions. The boys prepare the auditorium for all school assemblies and open and close the doors. When only a few are needed for duty, the boys work in rotation. First row, Nick Macchione, Hal Tibbals, Don Blair. Jim Garrison, Arthur Boddy, Leonard Holmes, John Bixby. Second row: John Frier, Edward Watzig, Jerry Thomp- son, Willard Matthews, Jacques DeKalb, Jimmy Brown, Mr. W. H. Conover. Others' Kenneth Chapman. COSTUME COMMITTEE Miss Beulah Porter ,..........,.........,..,... Adviser The Costume Committee makes and repairs costumes for major programs and as- semblies and has charge of the two costume rooms. The committees biggest job of the year comes when the annual Vodvil requires many new and elaborate costumes. First row: Yi Nogano, Jean Pollock, Janis Coughlin. Virginia Bryan, Jerry Chap- pelle, Marjorie Wilson, Marjory Weber. Second row: Ella Marie Grunnettf Phyllis Wayman, Freda Muncey, Miss Porter, Helen Goings. Others: Violet Kadow. MAKE-UP CLUB FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Enid Shumway ,,,,,,,,,,,,......... ...,... P resident Frances Powell .,.,..,.,.,,,..,.,..,,.,..., President Nadene Mathews ..,...,......,.. Vice-President Darlene Haley ..,,,.,,..,,..,,,,,, Vice-President Marion Clark ....,. .... . Secretary-Treaslwer Eleanor Parsons ..,,,, Secretary-Treasurer The Make-up Club serves by applying make-up for school and community dramatics. During the year the members study the princirles of make-up and practice to gain proficiency in character as well as in straight make-up. First row: Frances Powell, Marion Clark, Dorothy Johnson, Cloah Horton, Pauline Betts. Eleanor Parsons, Raymond McCall. Second row: Kathryn Johnson, Mary Ellen Cramer, Ida Leaf, Annie Meade, Vernon Ballantyne, Colin Bell, Veda Hornibrook, Enid Shumway. Others: Claribel Beutler, Darline Haley, Ruth Hartley, Nadene Mathews, Marjorie Weber. KRAFTERETTES FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER: Muriel Black AA,,,,,,,, .,..., ,.,,,,,,, P 1 resident Kathleen Harmala A.,....... ...,..,,. P resident Freda Muncey ,,.,.,, ,...,.. l 'ice-President Charlotte Smith .,,....,,....... Vice-President Dorothy Cain ....,....,,,.,.,,.......,,,,.... Sccretafry Elaine Rangstrand ...,.........,..,... SecIreta1'y elen Goings ........,,,,.,.,,... Social Chairman Barbara Hall ..,.,.......,....... Social Chairmclwc Miss Buelah Porter, Miss Helen Thun .......,........ Advisers 4 The intention of the Krafterettes is to stimulate interest in home economics and to develop the girls personality. First row: Erva Klineline, Dorothy Cain, Eleanor Klein, Elaine Rangstrand, Peggy uhn, Barbara Hall, Kay Harmala, Iris Fries, Marjorie Wilson. Second row: Gladys estlund, Margaret Louise Norelius, Ella Marie Grunnett, Mabel Clark, Charlotte mith, Marjorie Blunt, Jerry Chappelle, Muriel Black. Third row: Alice Gee. Elizabeth Long, Thelma Freeman. Miss Thun, Joyce Woodworth, Miss Porter, Phyllis Wayman, Anna Hancuff. Others: Beverly Bennett. TRIADS FIRST SEMESTER: SECOND SEMESTER! June Gramer ,,rr ,..,,,.,..,l......,,,,,,,,, P 'resident Lucile Wehrem ...,,. ............,,,.. Pr resident Madge Thompson ..,.....r......,...l.,.. Secretary Edna Bullock .,.,,....,,,,. ,.,.r.r,. S ecretary Miss P. A. Hall ,........... ....,............,, A dvisev' The Triads is a club of a1't enthusiasts who aim to "develop creative graphic expression in art." First row: Mary Jean Baird, Madge Thompson, Marybell Holloway, Enid Shum- way, Frances Sly, Lela MacComber, Jane Straw, Edna Bullock. Second row: Estelle Kinney, Lucille Wehrum, Bob Rains, Clgarles Sheldon. Clyde Knight, Gerry Gill, Gladys Asper. Others: Betty Shoun, Jerry Re den, Vernon Stolee, June Gramer, Betty Curtis Mary Tong, Lora Leslie, Emma Lou Miller. N INKIFINGERS Madge Thompson ,..,,.,...... .. ......... Presideizt Marcia Castle ........,,., ....... S ecretairy , Mrs. Hilma Powers ..........,...,.....,,.... Adviser "The Inkifingers is a club created to promote interest in writing for contests. First row: Marguerite Davenport, Madge Thompson, Ruth, McNary, Phyllis Reeves, Virginia Johnson, Mary Jean Baird. Second row: Margery Cabe, Lucille Bangs, Mrs. Powers, Ellenor Dudley, Marcia Castle, Vernon Drake. Others: James Thompson, David Jeffrey. V EPICUREAN Ellen Olson ,,.,... ......... ............ P Tesidevlt Ruth Carson ,,..,..,............,, .....,. S ecretary Miss Chenoweth ................,.,..... Adviser The Epicurean Club is a service organization, serving at school and community banquets. ln addition, it develops interest in foods and in the serving of foods. First row: Ruth Carson, Maxine Jackson, Ella Swan, Marie Kilpatrick, Betty Wilcox, Jeanne Anderson, Ellen Olson, Maxine Maas, Phyllis Lacey. Second row: Ruby Broughton, Georgina Tillman, Ida Leaf, Miss Chenoweth, Estelle Kinney, Veda Horni- brook, Dolores Tunison, Marjorie Weber. Viola Sater, Georgia Bursch. Others: Nadene Mathews, Marie Olson, Nedra Melanger. I ALKI STAFF Betty Wilcox ,V,V,, ,,,,...,,......,,,,...,,,,, E ditovr Marie Kilpatrick .... Music and Dramatios Oren Gustafson ,,Y,.,,...,, Business Manager LeRoy Belknap ,...,..,...i,... Iiitor-Scholastic Jacques DeKalb ,,,,,.,,.... Business Maiiager Ruth Albertson A,....,,.........,., Girls' Athletic Elizabeth Berry ,...,,,,,,,7,..,............ Seniors David Schaeffer .,.....i.. .,,.,7.. I ritramiuvl Etta Martin ......t,,,,,,,,,,,,, Advisory Groups Jeanette Hill ........,.,....... ............ S ooiety Willard Matthews .,....,.,... Ovrgaiiizatioiis Bonnie June Percival .....,,. .......... V CTSCS Wayne Roberts , ,,,,,.,......... Picture Editor DeLoris Ringle t.,....... ...... T ypist 4Roger Camp ..,..,..........,,....,,,..,....,,., Pictiures Jeanne Robeck ., .......,., .....,. T ypist Fred Whitegon ..........,i.........,i. Priritirzg Miss Wintler ......,.....,,,,,,,,,.,,...e,, Adviser Mr. D. Miller .....,,,.,,...,,..........,......... Adviser First row: Jeanne Robeck, Marie Kilpatrick, Etta Martin, Betty Wilcox, Ruth Al- bertson, DeLoris Ringle, Jeannette Hill, Elizabeth Berry. Second row: Miss Wintler, Jacques DeKalb, Leroy Belknap, Willard Matthews, Wayne Roberts, David Schaffer, Fred Whitegon, Roger Camp. COLUMBIA LOG STAFF The Columbia Log is published bi-weekly by students in the journalism and printing departments of Vancouver High School, Editorial Staff for 1936-1937: Hazel Standiford, Bonnie June Percival, Betty Watts, Lucille Bangs, Nadene Mathews, Marguerite Davenport, and Helen Campbell. Miss Blanche Hurd is the adviser. Mr. D. Miller is the adviser of the business and production staffs. First row: Nancy Pelton, Edith Higgins, Marguerite Davenport, Joyce McLaughlin, Bonnie June Percival, Lucille Bangs, Helen Campbell, Hazel Standiford, Betty Watts, Barbara Vail, Jean Stumberg. Second row: Jean Dorman, Rose Hiltunen, Marjory Beck, Sue Corson, Marcia Castle, Shirley Dalen, Elizabeth Berry, Gene Forrest, Roger Camp. Third row: Barbara Bates, Fred Whitegon, Bob Skar, Margery Cabe, Vivian Burr, Mary Gain, Dorothy Kreis, Russell Palmer. Fourth row: Mr. D. Miller, George Sutherland, Edgar Swan, Ralph Luna, Walter Baty, Clarence Bowers, Ralston Burgett, Don Geidl, Miss Hurd. Others: Nadene Mathews, Bob Townsend, Dick Blaker. V QUILL AND SCROLL Bonnie June Percival ,,,,..,,....,,,, President Barbara Vail .,.,....,,,, ,,,,,l,, S ecretary Marie Kilpatrick ,,,,.,........ Vice-President Hazel Standiford ,,,,,, ,l,... T reasufrer Miss Blanche Hrrd ,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,l,l, Adviser The Quill and Scroll is an international organization of high school journalists estab- lished to give special honor to those who have excelled in journalism. First row: Marguerite Davenport, Marie Kilpatrick, Hazel Standiford, Bonnie June Percival, Barbara Vail. Second row: Betty Watts, Helen Campbell, Miss Hurd, Lucille Bangs, Roger Camp. Others: Nadene Mathews PRINTERS VVith Mr. David G. Miller as their instructor, the printers have printed the "Alki" besides the K'Columbia Log" and "Shumway Echo," bi-weekly publications. Along with this work they printed programs, tickets and supplies for all Vancouver schools. On be- half of the Alki Staff, we wish to give them grateful recognition for their cooperation and for all of their overtime work. -Betty VVilco9a, Editor First row: Fred Whitegon, Bob Skar, Clarence Bowers, Edgar Swan, Bernard Tibbetts. Second row: Mr. D. Miller, George Sutherland, Dick Easley, Ralph Luna, Randolph Odne. Others: Walter Thompson. LJ ez e ELECTRICIANS AND STAGE CREW George Harper ,,,. Chairman Electricians George Sutherland..Chairfmcm Stage Crew Merle Duncan ,,,,., Chairman Electricians Mr. E. S. Wooster ,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,.... Adviser The electricians do all stage wiring' for the major productions, such as the Vodvil and the Senior Play, and control the lighting during performances. They operate the . ovie machine and direct the spots. They also string all the lights for high school dances. 4 . . The stage crew takes care of the stage curtain and cyclorama, shifts all scenery for performances, and stores it carefully afterwards. First row: James Wu, Merle Duncan, Earl Stout, Eugene Hiltunen, Richard Coats, Edgar Swan, Randolph Odne, Jack Wilson. Second row: Fred Boss, George Sutherland, Lee Sales, Bob Rains, Roy Watson, Bill Fitzpatrick, Mr. Wooster. Others: Lester Coult- ney, George Harper. RIFLE CLUB Bob Winter .....,.,,....................... President Miles Lieser ...,,..,.,..,,., ....... S ecretary Orville Hancuff ,...l...,,,,.. ...Vice-Presvkierit Mr. C. A. Gustafson ,.,,..,,..........,...,, Adviser The RiHe Club provides a field for rifle enthusiasts. This one-year-old organization won a victory over the five-year-old Longview organization. First row: Bruce Conway, Leo Martin, Raymond Martin, Neil Carson, Miles Bab- cock, Miles Lieser, Kenneth Scheibel. Second row: Willard Matthews, Ben Brader, Craige Manning, Roy Barton, Dan Dunnigan, Fred Massie. Third row: Orville Hancuff, Bob Winters, Petco Petcoff. Others: Bob Juzek, Alan Landerholm, Harry Pautz, Walter Sorensen, Francis Wallace. CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB Bill Ward ,.,,,. ,,,,.......,,,,,,.......,, P resident Glen Smith ,,,.....,,,...... ....... S ecretanry Mr. W. C. Brown ....,..,...........,............ Adviser The Chess and Checker Club was organized as a source of amusement. Through practice the members acquired such skill that they were victorious in a tournament at Longview. 1 'First row: Bill Ward, Bill Bolton, Bert Winters, Glen Smith, Herman Logan. Second row: Boyce Prohaska, Cheney Moore, Dan Dunnigan, Bob Petters, Mr. Brown. ' n Q-y4LlV!14 MA TER Sing of Vancouver, Hearts there are true, Sing of Vancouver, Dreams there I leizew. Sons of Vancouver Can never forget, Haze of our student days Shines round us yet. Golden our memories, Counting them o'erg Qjwareh of the victors, Laurels they wore, Friendships high-hearted, Shrined by the years, lVords that we spoke then 'Ring yet in our ears. Sing of Vanvouver, Qffs we march along, Years rome and pass us, Yet to you will belong Our hearts and dreamings, Glimpses of truth, O Vancouver High School, Our home of happy youth. -qJl4argaret Page Johnson Mr. Chester R. Duncan Mr. Chester R. Duncan, Music Supervisor of Vancouver Schools, has made history for his organizations as well as for the school. His enthusiasm has inspired the band, or- chestra and chorus to a finer accomplishment than ever before. There have been many successful performances and worth-while achievements. The outstanding one of the year came on Easter morning when Mr. Duncan presented the band and chorus from coast to coast. Mr. Duncan's tireless and unselflsh efforts to increase the appreciation of fine music have won for him a high regard in the heart of every student. -Marie Kilpatrick, Music and Dramatics Editor VANCOUVER HIGH SCHOOL BAND Mr. John R. Monroe, Conductor First row: Ray Spurgeon, Bob Petters, Eleanor Gibson, Mr. C. R. Duncan, Jerrold Sherson, Eda Wheeler, Martha Wheeler. Second row: Ray Martin, Miles Lieser, Mer- veen Button, Bob Wacter, Lewis Haldeman, Roger Shaw, Charles Sheldon, Herbert Swan. Francis Sly, Helen Bild, Arthur Boddy, Spencer Hogg, Martin Eling, Dale Code, Fred Palmer. Third row: Bob Hutton, Wayne Roberts, Donald King-en, Pearl Richards, Kay Blosser, Wendell Mathews, Ruth Carson, Lester Miller, Bob Rohen, Leonard Nelson, Bob 4Kern, Lindsay Leibfried, Bill Haldeman, Glenn Mathews, Paul Schumann, Kenneth Brouhard, Bill John, Lynn Stone, Val Hoyt, Melvin Weaver, Betty Wilcox. Fourth row: Burton Baker, Walter Baty, Helen Keller, Marietta Thomas, Marjory Olson, Emily Anderson, Donald Johnson, LeRoy Durdle, Wayne Leigh, Roy Kersteter, Elmer Snoen, Ralph Chapman, Everett Alberson, James Fernald, Claude Calavan, Marie Kilpatrick. Standing: Ethyl Haynes, Dolores Tunison, Margaret Shurian, Arthur Norton, James Scroggie, Bill Walck, Lester Barlow, Jackie Bernstein, and Robert Lang. A CAPPELLA CHOIR Mr. Chester R. Duncan, Coozrluctor The A Cappella Choir was composed of the combined Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs who have the appearance of a professional organization in their new velvet robes. The climax of their successful season came on Easter morning when they broadcasted from the K.G.W. studios for the National Broadcasting Company. First row: Elizabeth Berry, Betty Watts, Doris Scull, Ella Swan, Oreva Parker, Lela MacComber, Shirley Dalen, Violet Rangstrand, Betty Wilcox, Gaynell Headley, Shirley Hodgs0n,'Marcia Castle, Barbara Hall, Vera Beherns, Maxine Jackson, LaVerna Miller, Second row: Elsie Rice, Anna Hancuff, Janis Coughlin, Freda Riem, Robert Lang, Delmar Fields, Fred Dunbar, Claire Wiley, Arthur Boddy, Russell Palmer, James Olson, Junior Johnson. Richard Miller, Walter Chapman, Wendell Mathews, Floyd Chapman, Ellen Olson, Ruth Detering, Margaret Norelius, Marjorie VVeber. Third row: Muriel Black, Vivian Burr, Emma Lee, Kathryn VanAtta, Helen Richmond, Ruby Winter, Donald Harter, Russell Shaver, Stanley Wetherell, Donald Geidl, Jimmie Brown, Neil Larson, Jack Bowne, Marvin Long, Charles Simmons, Ray Spurgeon, Hubert Hiatt, Ralph Luna, Neva Crawford, Rita Sires, Estelle Kinney, Pearl Richards, Jane Straw. VANCOUVER HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Mr. Chester R. Duncan, Conductor :The Orchestra has played for P.T.A., "Comedy of Errors", Christmas pro- gram, "The Beauty Shop", Vodvil, "No More Frontier", Mother's Day program, Senior Play, Baccalaureate, Commencement, and for other community meetings. First row: Meda Runyan, Concert Mistress, Glenna Stump, Helen Campbell, Dorothy Brader, Carol Lindquist, Lorene Hover, Ralph Gulliford. Second row: Josephine Brown, Esther Ohlemeyer, Martin Eling, Ray Spurgeon, Eleanor Gibson, Martha Wheeler, Arthur Boddy, Spencer Hogg, Florence Barnes, Jerry Redden. Third row: Grover Poe, Grace Johnson, Shirley Dalen, Wendell Mathews, Ruth Carson, Claude Calavan, Marie Kilpatrick, Eva Beatty, Walter Sorenson. Standing Arthur Norton, Lester Barlow. GIRLS' SEXTETTE The Girls' Sextette were most generous in providing entertainment for school and community affairs such as the Christmas program, Vodvil, Kiwanis and Rotary clubs, the Chamber of Commerce and P.T.A. meetings, school luncheon, and for the North- western Neighbors' broadcast. The girls in the sextette are sopranos, Elizabeth Berry and Betty Watts, second sopranos, Shirley Dalen and Violet Rangstrandg altos. Gaynell Headley and Shirley Hodgson. '32 s in MR. JOHN MONROE During the year Mr. Monroe has been here, the Band, the Orchestra and Glee Clubs have come to admire and respect him in every way. They are proud of the fact that they have had the opportunity of working with him. He has successfully concluded the semester's work started by Mr. Duncan, besides continuing to direct the High School Orchestra. THE STRING QUARTETTE ' The String Quartette performed more than any other organization of its size this ear. Under the splendid direction of Mr. Monroe they received much praise for their ork, when they played for V.E.A., P.T.A., the Christmas program, and Baccalaureate ervices. From left to right are Carol Lindquist, Helen Campbell, and Glenna Stump. Meda unyan was absent the day the picture was taken. PARTICIPANTS IN NORTHWEST CONFERENCE Vancouver was well represented at the biennial Northwest Music Conference at ortland, where students from all over the northwest assembled for a three day con- ference under Mr. William D. Rivelli, a renowned director of the University of Michi- gan. Those attending' the conference were, first row: Grover Poe, Ruth Carson, Shirley Dalen, Helen Campbell, Betty Harter, Carol Lindquist, Marie Kilpatrick. Second row: Fred Palmer. Arthur Boddy, Ray Spurgeon, Martin Eling, Wendell Mathews, Dale Code, Arthur Norton. SHIRLEY DALEN AND ROBERT LANG If any one deserves credit and recognition, it is our two senior piano players, Shirley Dalen and Robert Lang. For three years they have always been ready at a moment's call to accompany a soloist or to be on a program. The Class of 1937 thanks them for their splendid services. MUSIC LIBRARIANS Music Librarians attend to distribution, collection and proper filing of all music. They deserve recognition for their responsibility in seeing that no time is lost because of lack of copies of music. The hbrarians are Art Norton, Orchestra, Maxine Jackson, Glee Club, and Fred Palmer, Band. BRASS QUARTETTE The Brass Quartette played in the belfry of the Lutheran Church on Christmas morning, for the Christmas assembly, and for the Vancouver Education Association tea. The Quartette from left to right are Bill John, Marie Kilpatrick, Ruth Carson, and Wendell Mathews. THE BAND The Band won outstanding recognition when requested by the National Broad- casting Company to play over a national hook-up Easter morning, and when invited to act as a clinic band for the National Music Educators' Conference held in Portland, Uregon. They also broadcasted on the Northwestern Neighbors' program. The Band makes a professional appearance when arrayed in its complete new uni- forms which were obtained by the Student Body and through the help of the Kiwanis and Lion's Clubs. HONOR DRAMATIC SOCIETY t The Honor Dramatic Society gives recognition to students who excel in dramatics, or in stagecraft. Mr. DeYoung, Miss von Berg, Mrs. Powers and Miss King act as a board in awarding the honor of membership. First row: Ruth Mary Williams, Merle Duncan, George Sutherland, Enid Shumway, elen McCavet, Bonnie June Percival, Barbara Hall. Second row: Miss King, Clyde night, Mrs. Powers, Miss von Berg, Mr. DeYoung. Others: Jerry Redden, Leonard icks, George Harper, Jacques DeKalb, James Garrison, Gaynell Headley, Mary Jackson, Alan Landerholm, Catherine O'Banion, James Wu. "GROWING PAINS" Senior Play - Miss Lillian King ,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,, Director Ilss Weber, Mr. Conover, Mr. Wooster ......,.....................,..,.,,.,.,.,,.,,,,, ..,.......,.... A dviseo-s THE CHARACTERS corge Mrclntyre ......,...,.,,, 3 Jim Garrison P7'14denr:e ,....,, ,,,,Y, G aynell Headley Irs. Mclutyre ,,,,,r,,,,,, Catherine O'Banion Patty r,,,,..... .,,,r R uth Albertson rofessor Mclntyre ..,.,, Alan Landerholm Jane ,..., ,,r,,r ...,,,,, A n ne Jones 'erry Mclntyrc ....,...,,.,,..... Mary Jackson Miriam ,,,,... ....,,,,.... E llen Olson rim: ........................ ....... J acques DeKalb Sophie ,,,,. ,,,,..,. J ean Stumberg Hal ..4 .....,,,,........,, ,.,.......,...,.. B ob Layne Pete ......,.....A,.... r,r, K enne-th Scheibel Omar ...,,.,,........,. ....., C harles Simmons Betty ..A.,...,,,..,.,.,., ....., E lizabeth Berry Dutch ,.,,,.,.,.,.....,... .....,,,. O ren Gustafson Trafic Ojicer ,............. Eddie Sutherland Illrs. Pflftcrsovz ,,,,,,...,,,,, Margaret Heller Vivian ,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,s,,,,Ar,,,,, Josephine Brown Elsie Patterson ...... Bonnie June Percival Buster .........r.,,,..,,....,.,,,,,,..., Buster Brown 1 Extra boys and girls: Dorothy Stoll, Jeanne Robeck, Ruth Mary Williams, Sam Alexander, Ralph Luna, Jack Bowne. First row: Miss King, Jean Stumberg, Mary Jackson, Ruth Mary Williams, Cath- erine O'Banion, Dorothy Stoll, Ellen Olson, Elizabeth Berry, Jeanne Robeck. Second row: Josephine Brown, Bonnie June Percival, Gaynell Headley, Ruth Albertson, Mar- garet Heller, Jim Garrison, Jacques DeKalb, Bob Layne. Third row: Alan Landerholm, Willard Matthews, Hazel Standiford, Anne Jones, Ed Sutherland, Kenneth Scheibel, James Wu, Maxine Thibodeaux, Clyde Knight, Jack Bowne, Charles Simmons, Ralph Luna, 'Oren Gustafson, Sam Alexander. THE VODVIL Mrs. Ruth Allen Smith, Miss Lucile Robinson, Mr. Chester R. Duncan, General Committee Act I. 'tTwo Crooks and a Iady" Act IV. "Meriwether Rides Again" Act II. t'Yorgy Yorgenson' Act V. "Modern Harmony", The Sextette Act III. "V.H.S. Varietiesl' Act VI. "V.H.S. Band in Concert" V fAppea7'ing in zmiforfm for the first tifmej The vodvil was the biggest event of the year. There were 337 students taking part, 187 in the acts and 150 on the production staff. Only the soloists or those who were particu- larly responsible for the production of the Vodvil could be pictured. . First row: Marina Shaughnessy, Elaine Fitch, Elizabeth Imdieke, Jean Pollock, Ruth. Mary Williams, Virginia Bryan, Lela Terrill, Florence Durdall, LaVerna Miller, Jean Stumberg, Maxine Jackson, Jerry Redden, Marjorie Wilson, Yi Nogano. Second row: Mary Jean Baird, Wanda Ross, Janis Coughlin, Helen McCavet, Bonnie June Per- cival, Wilma Kelley. Shirley Dalen, Betty Harter, Ethel Guffnett, Enid Shumway. Beatrice Olson, Helen Jacobson. Clyde Soha. Third row: Nick Macchione, Violet Kadow, Bob Layne, Jacques DeKalb, Gladys Asper, Mary Gain. Anne Jones, Lucille Bangs, Quentin Van Gordon, Burt Decker, Harold Ricketson, Harry Klein, Vernon Moore. Fourth row: Clyde Knight, Jack Bowne, Judd Stone, Charles Simmons, Bob Rains, Ben Brader, Charles Sheldon. Miss Porter, Miss Robinson, Mrs. Smith. Fifth row: Dick Durdle, Bill Lee, Bob Alexander. THE BALLET The ballet was a charming feature of Act III., V.H.S. Varieties. First row: Rose Marie Phelps, Maxine Thibodeaux, Viola Bleth, Oreva Parker, Erva Klineline. Second row: Alma Cummings. Betty Watts, Mary Tong, Margaret McDon- ald, Jackie Bernstein, Virginia Larson, Betty Kennedy. Qifugii. ,pg w 1 Xdxqqqy 1 'Ns MAN mga . Ywdxq, ,, WY 0 or V LYH 3 Ms Im 001 ww 'Q M, Kms Q ws WX, 'YN 'S woo 1 up Ko Q oc Xu sxgons Season fi Q, Q05 'LL 'Wim . R35 gxqyixxv N7 95. and 5 new gms . Y 5 Q56 095 Mr. Marshall Shields Mr. Marshall J. Shields is a splendid Coach. His attitude toward our teams inspired them with the spirit of fair play, good sportsmanship, and the determination to win. I am glad it was my privilege to play under him. -Sam .-llexrzzzfler, I1zspircz1z'mz Man -1iIDO0C- - Football Inspiration Man Sam was not only a great football player and com- petitor but also one of the finest boys with whom I have ever had the opportunity to work. -.llarslzflll J. Slzirlds FOOTBALL SEASON41936 The Trapper Squad played in the strongest conference in the State ofWashington this season and they made a remarkable showing of which Vancouver High School is proud. The team was composed of a fine group of boys who put everything they had toward attaining a victorious rating as well as toward becoming outstanding examples of sports- manship as individuals. The climax of the season came when they held Bremerton, the State title claimants, to a scoreless tie on Thanksgiving Day. The Student Body awarded letters for the season of 1936 to Bob Alexander, Sam Alexander, Herman Becker, Larry Blount, Ben Brader, Claude Calavan, Pete Cherednik 4Glenn Dailey, Jacques De Kalb, Oren Gustafson, Eugene Hiltunen, Steve Ivans, Don Jellison, Bob Layne, Jack McKay, Dale Moore, Jack Mulder, Gordon Neil, Clarence Roll, Don Snyder, Ed Williams, Paul Woods, and Ray Taylor, Manager. NON-CONFERENCE GAMES VANCOUVER 6-ROOSEVELT 65 September 12, Here VANCOUVER 0-JEFFERSON 25, September 185 The1'e VANCOUVER 2-MILWAUKIE 65 September 25, Here CONFERENCE GAMES VANCOUVER 7-ABERDEEN 6, October 2, There In Vancouverls Hrst conference game Don Jellison's right arm seemed to spell the downfall of the Bobcats. Layne and Alexander were both on the bench from injuries. Ed Williams, pinch-hitting for Alexander, turned in a fine game. VANCOUVER 0-OLYMPIA Og October 9, There The Trappers remained unbeaten by playing to a tie with Olympia, although Olympia kept the ball well out of their territory. Herman Becker played a fine game in spite of an injured hand. VANCOUVER 0-CAMAS Og October 165 Here This was one of the most even games of the season. Both teams played heads-up ball. After the exchange of punts Bob Layne broke away for a spectacular gain. VANCOUVER 13-CHEHALIS 63 October 24gThere ln the opening moments of the game, the Trappers drove from mid-field to the goal line. Calavan's kick for the extra point was good. Alexander, Trapper right half, intercepted a pass and ran for the final touchdown. Fine blocking made it possible for him to cross the goal line standing up. VANCOUVER 6-HOQUIAM 7g November 1g There Vancouver scored on a lateral-forward pass, Gustafson to Woods to Alexander to Gustafson. Failure to convert the extra point resulted in the loss of the S. W. W. Championship for Vancouver. VANCOUVER 13-LONGVIEW 03 November 6g Here The Vancouver aerial attack was working smoothly with Jaques De Kalb-catching several passes. VANCOUVER 7-CENTRALIA Og November 119 There Passes thrown by Layne, Jellison, and Alexander accounted for most of the yardage. VANCOUVER 13-KELSO 65 November 19, Here Because of the heavy fog, both teams played erratic football. Alexander's fifty- three yard run paved the way to victory. Calavan intercepted a pass and made a spectacular run. VANCOUVER 0-BREMERTON 0, November 265 There This was the Thanksgiving Day game at Bremerton with the State title claimants. Both teams had opportunities to score. but fine defensive line play by both teams frustrated any attempts to score. Dale Moore, although injured for part of the game, was a bulwark in the line. .il-:X:mder, Bob Alexander, Sam Becker, Herman Czilavan, Claude Cherednik, Pete Dailey, Glenn Hiltunen, Eugene Ivzms, Steve Jellison, Don Moore, Dale Mulder, Jack Neil, Gordon Williams, Ed Vlfoods, Paul Blount, Larry Brader, Ben DeKalb, Jacques Gustafson, Orin Layne, Bob McKay, Jack Roll, Clarence Snyder, Don Taylor, Ray BASKETBALL Sam Alexander ...,... ....,.......,,.....,,. C captain Wayne Roberts ....,..,..,, . .... Manager Mr. Marshall Shields ,,,.,...,,.....,........ Cowch The Trapper Basket Ball Team had an unusually successful season, winning their Conference title in Southwest Washington, and earning the opportunity of going to he District Meet in Aberdeen. Here they took second place by winning two out of three ames, and were given the chance of representing Southwest Washington in the State eet at Seattle. At the University they won their lirst contest, but were eliminated 4w'hen they lost their second game. First row: Warren Hawkins, Claude Calavan, VVorley Ellis, D'arcy DeJuan, Merle VanAntwerp, Charles Robinson, Bud Shere. Second row: Coach Marshall Shields, ack Propstra, Sam Alexander, Bob Mulder, Jack Mulder, Bob Kruse, Wayne Roberts. SWIMMING oger Camp c,,,..,.,,,,,,,.,...,.,,,.,.,..... Manager Mrs. Ema Lou Harvey .......... ,,,.,.. C oach The Swimming team met Lincoln and Stadium of Tacoma, Aberdeen, and Long- iew, Conference schools. They won both meets with Longview and beat Stadium in our home tank. In the State Meet Frank Atchely, won second place in the diving and Vernon Moore took second place in the breast stroke. - First row: Quentin Van Gordon, Frank Atchely, Roger Camp, Joe Luna, Mrs. Harvey, Junior Hoif, Harold Biggerstad, Kiader Gould, Vernon Moore. Second row: Harry Klein, Don Kingen, Roy Watson, Everett Alberson, Cheney Moore, Stacy Millar, Martin Johns. TENNIS AND GOLF TENNIS Charles Robinson ,,,,................ President Mr. E. S. Wooster ..... ................ A dviser Vancouver defeated Milwaukie, Camas, and Longview in tennis. Ruth Finney won the S. W. W. championship in singles. fs ' GOLF Bob Layne ,,,,.,.,........................ President Mr. Arthur Jolin .. ...,,.....,,,, .,,.,.,. A doiser s The Golf team played one match this spring, losing to Longview-9-3. First row: Alan Jones, Roger Camp, Bob Layne, Ruth Finney, Viva Johnson, Helen Campbell. Second row: Mr. Jolin, Fred Palmer, Charles Robinson, Miles Babcock, War- ren Hawkins, Mr. Wooster, Milton Brown. Others: Lucille Bangs. TRACK Ed YWilliams, Quentin Standiford .... Mgrs. Mr. Carl Gustafson ,.,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,, Coach With few returning lettermen, Coach Carl Gustafson turned out a competent track squad. George Stonehouse took second place honors in the State Meet at Pullman, May 22. First row: Milton Brown, Junior Hoff, Oscar Froom, Ralph French, Clinton John, Francis Mortek, Jacques DeKalb, LeRoy Mayes, Bud Thomas, Glen Smith. Second row: Leslie Anderson, Jack Bland, Lester Miller, Worley Ellis, Charles Simmons, Bob Layne, James Olson, Marvin Easton, Pete Cherednik. Third row: Jack Bowne, Claude Calavan, Ed Lippert, Eugene Hiltunen, Elroy Prosch, Carl Foss, Douglas Ripley, Merle Van Antwerp, Ed Williams, Mr. Gustafson. Fourth row: Dale Moore, Oren Gustafson, Robert Rohen, Bob Hutton, George Stonehouse, Larry Blount, Delmar Fields, Richard Miller, 'Quentin Standiford. BASKETBALL 1937 The Trapper Basketball squad has had one of the most successful and exciting sea- sons that Vancouver has seen in several years. They were victorious in the S.W.W. Con- ference which included Camas, Kelso, Longview, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Centralia, and Chehalis. After being triumphant in the District Meet at Montesano, the Trappers traveled to Seattle to compete in the State Meet. The successive games and the power of the teams they met there landed the Trappers only in tenth place. As for individual honors, Worley Ellis, Bob Mulder, and Jack Mulder were named n the all-Conference team. Worley and Bob made the all-Southwest Washington team vhile Jack made the second all-State team. The Student Body awarded letters to Worley Ellis, Bob Mulder, Jack Mulder, 4Chuck Robinson, Sam Alexander, Jack Propstra, Claude Calavan, and Bob Kruse. CONFERENCE GAMES VANCOUVER 21-LONGVIEW 24, January 8, Here, Bob Mulder, 11 ANCOUVER 41-CAMAS 25, January 12, Here, Bob Mulder, 18 VANCOUVER 23--KELSO 25, January 15, There, Bob Mulder and Chuck Robinson, 6 VANCOUVER 25-LONGVIEW 13, January 22, There, Jack Mulder and Worley Ellis, 8 -- ANCOUVER 42-KELSO 19, January 29, Here, Worley Ellis, 18 it ' VANCOUVER 27-LONGVIEW 22, February 5, Here, Jack Mulder, 9 ANCOUVER 32-CAMAS 15, February 9, There, Worley Ellis, 13, Jack Mulder 12 VANCOUVER 18-KELSO 25, February 12, There, Worley Ellis, 7 VANCOUVER 42-CAMAS 7, February 16, Here, Jack Mulder, 20 VANCOUVER 25- VANCOUVER 55- Bob Mulder, 14 LONGVIEW 19, February 19, There, Jack Propstra, 8 CAMAS 27, February 23, There, Worley Ellis, 16, Jack Mulder, 15, VANCOUVER 32-KELSO 17, February 26, There, Bob Mulder, 10 VANCOUVER 39-LONGVIEW 24, February 27, at Camas In the championship tilt Vancouver and Longview played evenly throughout the first half. Putting on the pressure, the fighting Trappers gained a safe lead on the Lumber- jacks in the third Quarter and held it to emerge victorious with the Southern Division Title. High-point Man-Bob Mulder, 16. DISTRICT MEET VANCOUVER 20-ABERDEEN 23, March 11, at Montesano In the first round of the district play-off, Vancouver lcst an exciting contest to Aberdeen. The Trappers led the Bobcats up to the last two minutes, but were outclassed when Aberdeen made a brilliant rally to come through with a victory. High point Men- Bob Mulder, 6 and Jack Mulder, 5 VANCOUVER 40-ELMA 28, March 12, at Montesano The Trappers had little difficulty in drubbing the Elma Eagles. With the previous night's defeat still in their minds, the Vancouver Five stepped into an early lead to elimi- nate the central league champions from the tournament. High-point Men-Bob Mulder,15 and Worley Ellis, 13 VANCOUVER 15-HOQUIAM 13, March 13, at Montesano The Vancouver-Hoquiam fracas was by far the most interesting game of the year. Both teams were held to their lowest scores of the season by close checking zone defenses. The Grizzlies had the advantage for three quarters until the Trappers came to life. With less than a minute before the gun, Vancouver went into the lead with a two point margin which they held to win a ticket to the State Tourney. High-point Man-Worley Ellis, 7. STATE MEET VANCOUVER 27-EATONVILLE 26, MARCH 17, at Seattle At the State Tournament the Trappers took a hard fought decision from Eatonville. The Cruisers overcame the Trappers' lead in the last period, but faltered and fell short of their mark. High-point Man-Jack Mulder, 12 VANCOUVER 29-DAYTON 41, March 18, at Seattle. The fast-breaking Dayton Quintet proved too much for the Trappers as they con- nected with shot after shot to win easily in Vancouver's second State encounter. High- point Men-Worley Ellis and Jack Mulder, 8 VANCOUVER 29-Bellingham 33, March 19, at Seattle. This game was very important because it decided whether or not Vancouver would return home with a trophy. The Trappers led through three quarters only to lose a heartbreaking game in the final minute. High-point Man--Bob Mulder, 10 TRACK SEASONA-1937 HILL RELAYSQ March 27g At Hill COACH GUSTAFSON Mr. Carl Gustafson is recognized for his quiet, forceful personality and for the genuine interest he shows in everyone. To me he seems to be an example of loyal- ty, honor, and true American manhood. -Oren G?lSf!lffS07L -230 TRACK LETTERM EN Larry Blount Claude Calavan Jacques DeKalb Worley Ellis Oscar Froom Oren Gustafson Clinton John Bob Layne Douglas Ripley Glen Smith George Sbonehouse Merle VanAntwerp Anderson, Froom, Stonehouse and Layne formed the distance medley relay team which took third. VVASHINGTON QUADRANGULARQ April 65 At Washington The Junior track team took first place in the meet. The Senior team took third. Froom ran first in the half mile, and Layne won the bro VANCOUVER RELAY CARNIVALQ April 16 ad jump. 5 At Vancouver 1 The Trappers took fourth place in the first night relay carnival held here. Worley Ellis, in the pole vault, won the only first place for the Trappers. CENTRALIA RELAY C'ARNIVALg April 173 At Centralia With Worley Ellis tying for top honors in the pole vault, the Trappers took fifth DUAL MEETQ April 25g At Longveiw Vancouver edged out the Lumberjacks in a dual meet by a slim margin with 880 yd. relay as the deciding factor. LONGVIEW RELAYSQ April 303 At Longview Although being' disqualified in several events, the Trappers took third in the meet The 880 yd. and the 440 yd. relay team, composed of DeKalb, Blount, Layne, and Stone- house, set new records. ELIMINATION MEETg May 89 At Vancouver With mostly seconds and thirds, the Trappers took second place honors. Stonehouse won the only first place. DISTRICT MEETg May 153 At Olympia Setting a new pole vault record and winning the high hurdle event. Worley Ellis and George Stonehouse, respectively, qualified for the State Meet at Pullman. STATE MEETQ May 225 At Pullman The Southwest Washington district won first place. George Stonehouse took second place in the high hurdles. INTRA-MURAL SPORTS The Intra-mural sports program this year was designed to meet the interests of every boy in school. It was carried on under the able leadership of Mr. James Miller with David Shaeffer as his student assistant. The various sports were greeted enthusiastically by boys who were determined that their advisory group should amass enough points to win the coveted Intra-mural plaque, which is given each year to the most! outstanding group n the Intra-mural program. The highlight of the year was an All Sports Day held at Longview. The program as made up of sports not here-to-fore played between schools. Competition was held in ping pong, volley ball, indoor, wrestling and boxing, badminton, and riflery, with Van- ouver winning a good share of the honors. INDOOR BASEBALL Sending their opponents down to defeat with regularity, Mr. Dudley's Advisory Group became indoor baseball champions in the autumn indoor tournament. Their drive to the op was climaxed with a close victory over Mr. Tuttle's Group. Errors at critical moments ontributed greatly to the Dudleyites' victory. VOLLEY BALL Fresh from their indoor laurels, Mr. Dudley's Group hung another championship to their belts when they became volley ball champions of the school, replacing' the old cham- pions, Mr. Gustafson's Group. They closed the tournament with a stirring victory over Mrs. Margaret Johnson's Group. BASKETBALL The basketball tournament became the third field in which Mr. Dudley's boys emerged victorious. The group put a strong team into the race and showed itself to be superior to any of the other contestants-often beating them by lopsided scores. There was no spring tournanient, and consequently the group became Intramural basketball champions for the year. SWIMMING Mr. Shields G1'oup was proclaimed intramural swimming champions of the school The group won three firsts, three seconds, two thirds, and one fourth, to run up a total of 3414 points. Miss Pearl Hall's Group was second in the meet with 264 points. Vernon Moore broke the old 50 yd. breast stroke and 50 yd. free style records, and Miss Pearl Hall's Group established a new 75 yd. medley relay record. CROSS COUNTRY RUN The annual cross country run was Won this year by Leslie Anderson of Mr. Brown's Group. His time was 13:12. Coming close behind Anderson in order were Oscar Froom, Francis Mortek, Beryl Hewitt, Harold Biggerstaff, Elroy Prosch, Ed Robeck, Ed Lippert, Lee Kramer and Eugene Hiltunen. TRACK The results of the intramural track meet gave Mr. Dudley's group its fourth cham- pionship of the year with a total of 51 points, 4 first Points, 5 seconds, 3 thirds, and 2 fifths, Miss Hall's group placed a close second with 45. Then in order came Miss MacDonald's Group, 30.7, Mr. Jolin's Group 23.5, and Mrs. Smith's Group, 20. New Records: Jack Bland, 100 yd. dash, George Stonehouse, 220 yd. dash, Larry Blount, 440 yd. dash, Oscar Froom, 880 yd. rung Francis Mortek, mile rung Delmar Fields, 110 yd. low hurdles, Mr. Jolin's Group, medley relay, Claude Calavan, discus. Ed Williams, 70 yd. high hurdle-sg Miss MacDonald's Group, 880 yd. relay, Miss Hall's Group, shot put relay, Mr. Du.dley's Group, broad jump relay, Glen Smith, Sam Alexan- der, tied high jump, Milton Brown, Lester Miller, Ernest Hoff, tied pole vault, Oren Gustafson, shot putg Leroy Mayes, broad jump. -David Shaiejfer GIRLS, ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Phyllis Woolf ,,.,. .........,,,l.l,,,. P resident Viva Johnson ,,,.,,,, ,t ,,,,,,, Secretary Freda Muncey .........,.,7Y,..,. Vice-President Ruth Finney ....,.,,...,.,, ,,,4.. T reasurrer Miss Rosa Webber A,,..........,.,.............. Adviser The Girls' Athletic Association seeks to develop ideal girls by encouraging an interest in their social contacts, health, scholarship, sportsmanship, and recreation. First row: Jean Stumberg, Phyllis Woolf, Catherine O'Banion, Viva Johnson, Helen 4Goings, Rita Sires, Freda Muncey, Anne Jones, Ruth Finney, Ruth Albertson, Dorothy Brock, Cleo Freeman, Betty Harter, Georgina Tillman, Ruth Mary Williams, Marian Enz, LaVerna Miller, Ruth Reese, Marie Easley. Second row: Miss Weber, Erva Kline- line, Ruby Broughton, Iris Fries, Edna Sutter, Annette Propstra. Emily Anderson, Florence Durdall, Dorothy Shirk, Barbara Bates, Phyllis Reeves, Margaret Galbraith, Margaret Henderson, Mary Jean Baird, Virginia Whitney, Nancy Pelton, Dorothy Kreis. Third row: Oreva Parker, Jean Dorman, Jane Straw, Helen McCavet, Virginia Boetcher, Kathryn VanAtta, Marjorie Nagel, Eleanor Klein, Carol Lindquist, Mary Jean Malone, Ruth Nelson. Elaine Fitch, Ruth Carson. Fourth row: Betty Wilson, Irma Wood, Shirley Hodgson, Roberta Kinnan. Maxine Laipple, Margy Ryan, Betty Nelson, Josephine Mayes, DeLoris Ringle, Margaret Soha, Lela Terrill, Grace Matthews, Rose Marie Phelps. Fifth row: Juanita Page, Dorothy Cain, Violet Rangstrand, Dorothy Johnson, Ruth Detering, Helen Fell, Doreen Linn, Gene Forrest, Vivian Burr, Jewel Miller, Gayle Dailey, Helen Keller, Marcia Castle. Others: Mary Ellen Bates, Billie Cloughlin, Gail Cunningham, Ethel Haynes, Betty Lou Hipskind, Bernaoline Imdieke, Betty Ken- nedy, Margaret Kern, Marguerite Kindsfather, Alice Crdway, Yvonne Piercy, Bettina Towers, Constance Toy, Mary Upton. LETTER GIRLS, CLUB Ruth Albertson ,.......,,.,,,..,.....,... President Ruth Finney ,,,,....,,,, ., .,.. Secretary Marion Enz ........,.t,t,,,.... Vice-Pwesident Betty Harter ........,,,,. ,,,,i..,.t.. T reasurer Miss Rosa Webber ...,,.,,,....,,,....,...l... Adviser The Letter Girls' Club is a girls' honorary athletic group composed of G.A.A. mem- bers who have earned one-hundred points or more in athletics. They presented an assembly program and with the Lettermen sponsored a school dance. First row: Marie Easley, Jean Stumberg. Phyllis Woolf, Catherine O'Banion, Viva Johnson, Betty Harter, Georgina Tillman. Ruth Mary Williams. Marian Enz, LaVerna Miller, Ruth Reese, Miss Webber. Second row: Helen Goings, Rita Sires, Anne Jones, Freda Muncey, Ruth Finney, Ruth Albertson, Dorothy Brock, Cleo Freeman, Dorothy Kreis. TUMBLING Marie Easley ,,,,,,,,,,tt,,,,,,Y,,t,,,,,,,,,, Manager Miss VVebber .......,.........i.,..,.,.....,.,. Adviser Tumbling is one of the most popular of the minor sports with Vancouver High School girls. First row: Margaret Henderson, Imogene Albertson, Rose Marie Phelps, Betty Harter, Virginia Whitney. Ruth Finney, Nancy Pelton, Phyllis Woolf, Marie Easley, Cleo Freeman, LaVerna Miller, Elaine Fitch. Standing: Ruth Reese, Levonne Bruch, Anne Jones, Eleanor Klein, Ruby Broughton. BADMINTON Dqrothy Brock ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t,,,,,,Y,,,,,, Manager Miss Webber ,,,,..................,,.,........ Adviser In Badminton there were seven first teams of doubles and fifteen second teams of doubles. All Star Team: Ruth Finney, Betty Harter, Grace Matthews, and Doreen Linn. First row: Nancy Pelton. Margaret Henderson, Eleanor Klein, Marjorie Nagel, Gayle Dailey, Ruth Reese, Marie Easley. Second row: Miss Webber, Grace Matthews, Betty Nelson, Maxine Laipple, Helen Fell, Ruth Finney, Betty Harter, Doreen Linn. V GIRLS' LEAGUE CALENDAR SEPTEMBER -Cabinet Meeting -Cabinet Meeting -Milwaukie Game, Sold Candy OCTOBER -Aberdeen Game, Sold Candy -Cabinet Meeting -Installation -Girls' League Mix -Girls' League Meeting, Miss Briggs -Southwest Washington Conference, Chehalis -Cabinet Meeting, Conference Reports -Cabinet Luncheon NOVEMBER -Cabinet Meeting -Longview Game, Sold Candy --Ushers 'Open House -Cabinet Meeting. Kelso Game, Sold Candy DECEMBER -Ushers Piano Ensemble -Cabinet Meeting -Girls' League Meeting, Mrs. Middle- mass "Orient" -Ushers State Theatre Play -Cabinet Meeting -Cabinet Luncheon JANUARY -Longview Game, Sold Ice Cream -Girls' League Meeting, G.A.A. -Elected Advisory Group Presidents 29-Ushers "Beauty Shop" FEBRUARY 9-Big-Little Sister Luncheon 10-Cabinet Meeting 12-Camas Game, Sold Ice Cream 16--Girls' League Meeting, Miss Beautician 17-Cabinet Meeting 19-Girls' League Dance 26-Kelso Game MARCH 3-Cabinet Meeting 11-12-Ushers Vodvil 22--Beltklip Sale 24-Cabinet Luncheon 31-Cabinet Nominations 2-6 7- 1 4- APRIL -Nominations by Petition Cabinet Acceptance Grant Girls' League Meeting, Nominations From Floor 15-Musical Assembly 17-Southwest Washington 20- Camas Election of Ofiicers Ushers Piano Ensemble 22-Run-off Election Ushers State Theatre Play 29-Ushers Kiwanis Show MAY 14-U shers Senior Play 19- 11- ilmbi? Honor Assembly Ushers Commencement BOYS, LEAGUE CALENDAR OCTOBER -Boys' League Meeting, Carl Mays -Boys' League Meeting, Rollie Truitt NOVEMBER -Cabinet Meeting DECEMBER -Cabinet Meeting -Boys' League Meeting, Mr. Leasure "Africa" FEBRUARY -Luncheon for Lower Sophomore Boys -Cabinet Meeting Conference Cabinet Meeting-Charles Pillsbury MARCH 10-Cabinet Meeting 11-Cabinet Meeting 24- APRIL 2-Boys' League Meeting 6-Smoker 21-Cabinet Meeting MAY 5-Boys' League Meeting 5, 13- Father-Son Banquet Election l SCHOOL CALENDAR 1936- 37 SEPTEMBER 9-School opens 11-Roosevelt, here 18-Jefferson, there 25-Milwaukie under New Lights OCTOBER 2-Frank P. Douglas-"Yukon" Aberdeen, here 9-Girls' League Mix 13-"V Book". Educational movies 15-Junior Assembly 16-Camas, there 19-20-Teachers' Institute 21-Sophomore Assembly 22-Safety Movie. 23-Assembly. Report cards 24-Chehalis, there 27-Boys' League Assembly 30-Assembly-Harry Williams NOVEMBER 2-Roosevelt wins School Election 3-Movie-Lumbering Industry 4-Alki Staff announced 5-Pep Assembly. Football Rally 6-Assembly-G.A.A. Longview, here Homecoming Dance 9-Hanscom Players 10-Open House 11-Centralia, there 12-Girls' League Assembly 13-Assembly. Sophomore Party 16-Assembly-English Folk Songs 18-Kelso, here 20-Public Speaking Assembly 25-Sophomore Program 26-27-Thanksgiving. Bremerton, there DECEMBER 2-Football Banquet 4-Water Pageant Football Movie Hard Times Dance 8-Girls' League Assembly "International Four" 10-"Comedy of Errors." Report cards 11-Football Letters Intramural Swim Meet 15-Basketball-Grant, there 16-Noon Dance, Forecasts 17--Grant, here 20-Vesper Services 22+Assembly-Christmas Carols 23-January 4-Christmas Vacation JANUARY 8-First League Game Longview, here 12-Camas, here 14-Girls' League Assembly 15-Science Assembly. News Quiz Alki Dance. Kelso, there 19-22-Schools closed-Influenza 26-Camas, there 27-29-Examinations. "Beauty Shop"-Band Benefit FEBRUARY 1-6-Schools closed-Snow 9-Camas, there 11-Pay Assembly 12-Kelso there 15-Pay Assembly 18-U. of W. Glee Club 19-Swimming-Stadium, here 22-Holiday 23-Girls' League Assembly 26-Dust Sto1'm Movie. Kelso, here 27-Longview, at Camas MARCH 1-Salmon Movie 2-Pay Assembly-Movie 11-13-Vodvil. District Basketball 15-Senior Play Tryouts 19-Home Economics Assembly Swimming-Longview 17-International Club-Commerce 17-20-State Basketball Meet 26-Good Friday Vacation 28-National Easter Broadcast APRIL 2-Boys' League Assembly 3-Sophomore Dance 5-Philip Foxwell-Magic 6-Boys' Smoker 7-Lions' Show-Band Benefit 8-9-Spring Vacation High SCHOOL CALENDAR 1937 APRIL MAY 10-Track Meet-Kelso 1-Junior-Senior Prom 14-Radio Broadcasth-Auditorium 7"'F1?1d. Day . S-Elimination Track Meet 16-Relay Carnival Tennis, Camas 2-"No More Frontiers" 10-Davis Light Opera 23-Cheney Normal Ch0iI' 14-Senior Play-"Growing Pains" 424-Tennis, Kelso 224-State Track Meet-Pullman 28-29-Kiwanis Amateur Show District Tennis-Centralia JUNE 6-Baccalaureate 11-Commencement ilbohiib SOCIETY BANQUETS Innumerable luncheons were held throughout the year at the popular lunch period, 11:44 to 12:44, by different organizations of the school. Climaxing a very successful season the Lions Club honored the Football Team by a banquet at the Evergreen Hotel December 2. PARTIES There was a grand time for all when the girls got together at the annual Girls' League Costume Mix on October 9. Mildred Mattson won the prize for the cleverest costume. The Sophomores held a party in the Old Gym November 13. The Juniors went "collegiate" at their party December 11. DANCES On Homecoming Day, November 6, the G.A.A. held a dance in the New Gym. Phyllis Woolf, the G.A.A. president, was general chairman. The Lettergirls and the Lettermen sponsored a dance December 4. It turned out to be a regular Hard Times affair with everyone wearing his oldest clothes and the Gym turned into a barn for the occassion. On December 16 the Music Department gave a noon dance to help finance the uniforms. The senior class held a Carnival Dance, January 15, for the benefit of the Alki. Hearts were the order of the day at the Valentine Dance, held February 19, for the Student Body by the Girls' League. The Sophomores proved their worth by sponsoring a successful dance April 3. Adver- tisements were used as decorations, and samples were given to each student as he entered the door. For the crowning social event of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom, the New Gym was turned into a vineyard by clever decorations. Games were provided for those who did not care to dance. It was held May 1. 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