Vancouver High School - Alki Yearbook (Vancouver, WA)

 - Class of 1942

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EVANS, RUBY M., A.B.-Washington State College. English. FROST, CLIFFORD, B.S.-Washington State College. Mathematics. GUSTAFSON, CARL, B.S.---Washington State College. Physical Education, Supervisor of Public School Physical Education. HALL, PEARL A., A.B.-College of Idaho. Art, Supervisor of Public School Art. HALL, RUTH, A.B.-College of Idaho, M.A.-Middlebury College. French, English. HANNAH, W. H., A.B.-Conn School of Music. Band, Choir, Supervisor of Public School Music. HARRIS, DELMAR V., A.B.-Arkansas State Teachers College: B.S.-University of Washington. Chemistry. HUGHES, BE'RTHA, B.S.-Washington Stale College. Mathematics. JOHNSON, MARGARET PAGE, A.B.-University of Michigang M.A.-University of Washington. English JOLIN, ARTHUR, A.B., M.A.-University of Washington. Social Science. KRACAW, LAURA RUGGLESS, A.B.-Willamette University. Bookkeeping. MACDONALD, MAUDE A., A.B.-University of Oregong M.A.-Columbia University. Biology. MCCORDIC, EDDA M., A.B., M.A.-University of Oregon. Librarian MABEN, MANLY, A.B.-University of Washington. History. 6 335 V y Fi 5. ., L 33 fi Z4 X la' X ' .,.:,., .. . V , f X Y v Nw' -X Bfuknun Dfm O Barber, Hvlen J. Barter, Louis S. Ualter Je ln L Evans, Ruby M, Frost, Clifford H'1ll Pe ul A Hall, Ruth Hannah, W, H. Hughes Bertha Johnson, M. P. Jolin, Arthur MacDonald M, A. MQC0rdic Bross, Norma H Gustafson, Carl Harris, Delmar Kracaw, Laura , Edda Muben, Manly MILLER, DAVID G., A.B.-Washington State College. Printing. MILLER, JAMES D., A.B.-Gfrinnell College, M.A.-Washington State College. Social Science. MILLIKIN, BETTY LOU, A.B., M.A.-University of Utah. Typing, Physical Education. MURRAY, JULIA, A.B.-University of Washington. Latin, English. PORTER, BEULAH M., B.S.-Oregon State College. Home Economics. POWERS, HILMA J., A.B.-University of Washington. English. ROBINSON, LUCILE, A.B.-Pacific Universityg M.A.-University of Washington. English, Spanish. SHIELDS, MARSHALL J., B.S.-University of Oregon: M.A.-Columbikz University. Physical Education, Biology. SMITH, DOROTHY LOIS, A.B.-Washington State College. English, Public Speaking, Journalism. STALLCOP, JACK K., B.S.-University of Washington. Physics, Chemistry. STEPHENS, THELMA E., B.S.-Oregon State College: M.A.-University of Washing- ton. English. SWARTZ, L. J., A.B.-Washingon State College. Industrial Arts. THUN, HELEN E., A.B.-Washington State College. Home Economics. TUTTLE, CECIL A., A.B.-Washington State College. Industrial Arts. WEBBER, ROSA G., B.S.-Oregon State College. Typing, Shorthand. WETHERELL, VERA R., A.B.-Washington State College, M.A. Cornell University. Geometry. WILLIAMS, MARY E.,-Registrar. WILSON, NORRIS E., Pd.B.-Colorado State Teachers College. Study Hall. WIN TLER, ELLA, A.B., M.A.-University of Washington. German, Social Science. 8 MIIIPX Du 1d G Portal Be ul lh 'VI lhun Helen 1- Mzllen Jlma s D Powers Hllm 1 I Puttle Ce Q11 A Vxll1l'lI'HS M uw VS llsrm 'VI11l1k1n Bettv L Muxrxy Juhl Robmson Lucllx Shleldi MIFSh1ll VVQ-bbu Rom G YVetherell Vera WOIIIS I VV1ntlc1r E111 Smith, Dorothy Stallcop, Jack K. Stephens, The-Ima Swartz, L. J. " 'hz 1 J , ,. D. v K 'A , 1 I V S ENI ORS 3 immy D ebony. Edxvzwds, NV xkmm NN ana, Yvo son W Knkived Nfxxcc-sew lwasident an w axgm-, bum Seimas, aouerm Wxxksmw, BN Svmewy, Euggene Bmw, M395 Ymtkx Han, Noreen L-Gkgxx, Sccvemvgg Bm-om Vifestone, Vane, Yvesidemx, Skqomg J Wdem' Gevxwde Eos, 'YYCQLBOYQY ', Georgm W'xx4m- Dehcmg, X vera , ' 'warm Y-ovens, Mary x Gerxmde V012 Yhvom Fkveewne Noreen Lexan my 'l"raus'm'v'r Vice Presidmmt Snvrctmg FIRST SEMESTER 1942 Class Colors Blue and Gray Advisory Group Officers Miss Ruth Hall, Head Adviser SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT PRESIDENT ADVISER Marian Peterson ,,,,,,I, II Roberta Roberts ,,,I,I ,,,,, M iss Ruth Hall Jack Christensen I ,,,I, Bob Whisman ,,,,I,II v,,, M rs. Hughes Hida Iida ,,,,,, I I,,,,,,,I, I II I Mary Wilkinson ,I,,,, ...I... M iss MacDonald Frank Lackey ,I...., I ,,,,II Bruce Raymond II ,,,,,,,I,,I,I,III Mr. Maben Al Cross ,II,, ,III,,,,.,... . I ,I,I,I,I Ivan Settles II I ...... Mr. D. G. Miller Corinne J anikowski ,,.,. .....I. G eorgia Edwards ,,.II, I .,,.,, Miss Porter Gertrude Fox ....,,,...I. ,,,,.... W ilma Wark .,,,,,,I I ..v,.7 Mrs. Powers Jerry Erickson ,,,,I,I I ,III Eugene Shirk .,,,,II, ,,III M r. Shields LeRoy Paul ,II,,,, ,,,II, I ,,,I,,, ,,,I B i ll Sealey ,....,.... .I Y,Y77, Mr. Stallcop Mary Whitehead ,I,,I,,, ,,III W inifred Mikesell ,,,II,I II IIII Miss Wintler Commencement Speakers Marian Pearl Swayze IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII V .aledictoriaiz James Lloyd DeLong IIIIIIIIII IIIIIII F acuity Representative Philip Howard Sorensen IIIIIIII IIIIIIIII C lass Relyresentaftive Honor Roll Marian Swayze Dorothy Hill Peggy Gaiser Leona Plooster Nancy Hogg' Barbara Douthit Carl Mudge Marilyn Kern Gwen Shaffer Jean Paeth Barbara Kennedy Mary Wilkinson Phil Sorensen Noryne Grams Harold Firestone Thelma Lippert Helen Goddard Robert Rynning' Ivan Settles Lucile Laws Evelyn Carlson LeRoy Drake Helen Albertson Patricia Castle John Bradley Lucille Preston Edgar Smith Phyllis Evans Rose Ellen Anderson Eleanor Briggs Mary Ellen Murawski Huntly Grant Bill Paeth Doris Austin Patricia Hipskind John Baumeister Ruby Beatty Velma Bennett Richard Crouch Velma White ABRAHAMSON, ROBERT-Manual Arts Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, Irinting Assistant, Orchestra, Football, Intramural Sports. ACKER, BETTY GRACE-Home Economics Major. Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Library Assistant, Red Cross Attendant, Junior-Senior Prom, P.E. Assist- ant, Big Sister, Usher, Committees, Assemblies. Clubs: Vice President G.A.A., Lettergirlsl ADAMS, MILLARD JAMES-Manual Arts Majlor. Vice President, Secretary, Advisory Group, Locker Attendant, "B" Football, Intramural Sports. ADAIIVIE, REGINA-Foreign Language Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Big' Sister, s er. ALBERTSON, HELEN IRENE-Commercial Major. President Girls' League, Presi- dent, Salesgirl Advisory Group, 'Oilice Assistant Miss von Berg, Vodvil, Junior- Senior Prom, Girls' League Conference Castle Rock, Student Leaders' Conference Seattle, Publicity Manager Senior Play, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Big Sister, Committees, Assemblies. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls', O.G.A., Honor Dranfatic. ALEXANDER, KATHERINE-Commercial Major. Usher. ALLISON, KAY-Science Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group. Clubs: Rifle, Treasurer Puppet. ALLWORTH, MARGARET ELAINE-Home Economics Major. Usher. ANDERSON, ROSE ELLEN-Commercial Major. Vice President Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Red Cross Conference, Big Sister, Editor of O.G.A. Club Paper, O.G.A. AUBURG, DOLORES VIRGINIA-Home Economics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Locker Attendant, Junior-Senior Prom, Costume Committee, Puppet Club. AUSTIN, DORIS-Commercial Major. Vice President Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant. BALDWIN, BERTINA CATHARINE-Commercial Major. Usher, G.A.A. BALE S, GE'RALDINE LAVON-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Locker Attendant, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet. BATTY, IRIS GAYL-Commercial Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Sextette, Nonette, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Solos, O.G.A. BAUMEISTER, JOHN JOSEPH-Mathematics Major. President, Vice President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Intramural Sports. BAWDEN, LILLIAN JUNE-History Major. BEALL, THOMAS-Mathematics Major. Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group. BEATTY, RUBY-Commercial Major. Vice President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Big Sister, Usher, Assemblies, Committees. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirlsf BECK, CLEO-History Major. BENNETT, VELMA FAE4History lvzajor. BERG, JEANNE FAYE-Commercial Major. President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Student Body Oflice Assistant Mr. Conover, Junior-Senior Prom, Advisory Group Editor Alki, Reporter, News Editor Log, Assemblies, Committees, Big Sister, Quill and Scroll. BIGGS, EVELYN MARSENETTE-Art Major. Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, Junior- Senior Prom, Usher, Committees, Stage Design Senior Play. Clubs: Vice President 1-uppet, '1'riads. BJERKE, ALFRED THORWALD-Science Major. Printing Assistant, A cappella Choir. BJORK, EMILENE LORRAINE-Commercial Major. O.G.A. BLETH, MARJ-ORIE LOUISE-Commercial Major. Vice President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet. Clubs: Rifle, O.G.A., G.A.A., Treasurer Letter- Qjirlsl 12 Ah1':1h:m1sm1, R, Acker, Betty Adams, Millard Adams,Rvgins1 Albortson, Hvl'-n Alf-xamder, K, Allison, Katl1ex'im- Allworth, M. Andf-rsfm. Rosy- Allhlll"fC.', Ilolrm-S Austin, Doris Baldwin. Bertiuu Hales. Geruldim- Batty, Iris Bzullneistvr. .luhw I32lVV1lL'Y!.JllIll-' Bs-alll, 'Fhf7lNilS Ha-ntty, Ruby Heck, Clem Benm-tt. Velma Br-rg, .lezlrmv Higgs, Evvlyll Hjerkf-. gxlfl'l'Il Hjurk, Iflmilr-nv Hleth, N1Ill'jl!l'ii4 BLUNT, ARTHUR-Mathematics Major. Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, "B" Basketball, Football Manager, Intramural Sports, Business Manager Senior Play. BOETTCHER, ROBERT LLOYD-Mathematics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Stage Crew, Juni-or Senior Prom, Stage Manager Senior Play, Football, Swim- ming, Lettermen's Club. BOYDSTON, ELLEN FLORAINE-Commercial Major. Usher. Clubs: G.A.A., O.G.A., Lettergirls'. BRADER, JACK HENRY-Science Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, Junior- Senior Prom, Intramural Sports. BRADLEY, JOHN ALBERT-Science Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Basketball. BRADLEY, STANLEY RAYMOND-Science Major. Salesman Advisory Group, "B" Basketball. BRIGGS, ELEANOR LOUISE-Mathematics Major. Office Assistant Miss von Berg, Red Cross Attendant, Red Cross Chairman, Locker Monitor. BROWN, RALPH E.-Mathematics Major. First Vice President Boys' League, Presi- dent, Salesman, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Printing Assistant. BULLOCK, ZELMA GENE-Art Major. Locker Monitor, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Usher, Triads. BURNS, JAMES ROBERT-Mathematics Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, News Editor Log. BUSSEY, JOHN WALTER-Industrial Arts Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Intramural Sports. BUTTS, JUNE MARJORIE-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Red Cross Attendant, Triads. CARLILE, ROBERT-Industrial Arts Major. Sergeant-at-Arms Student Body, Sales- man, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, Dis- trict Music Meet, Track, Intramural Sports, Lettermen's Club. CARLSON, EVELYN MAE-Commercial Major. Library Assistant, Locker Monitor, Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Usher, Assistant to Mrs. Kracaw. CARSON, NORMA GRACE-Home Economics Major. Vodvil, Band, Orchestra, Brass Quartette, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Northwest Music Educators' Conference, Triads. CASTLE, PATRICIA EARLEEN-Foreign Language Major. Secretary Student Body, Vice President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Cast Senior Play, Junior Editor Alki, Re- porter Log, Band, Orchestra, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Treasurer Inkifingers Club. CHAINEY, FRANCES CHRISTINE--Home Economics Major. CHAPMAN, CAROLE ANNE-Art Major. Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Committees, Assemblies. Clubs: Secretary Triads, Safe Drivers. CHRISTENSEN, GORDON AUSTIN-Mathematics Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Intramural Sports, P.E. Assistant, Rifle Club, Senior Play. CHRISTENSEN, JACK ANDREW-Mathematics Major. President, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Intramural Sports, Track. Clubs: Vice President Spanish, Lettermen's. CLARK, IRENE-Commercial Major. Ofiice Assistant Miss Williams, Locker Monitor, Usher, Photography Club. COLLINS, PEGGY LOUISE-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Sophomore Sextette, Band, Northwest Region- al Music Meet, District Music Meet. CONWAY, RALPH EDWARD-Commercial Major. President Advisory Group, Sports Editor Log, Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Boxing, Quill and Scroll. CORNELIUS, MADGE MAY-Home Economics Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vod- vil, Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Head Drum Majorette, Assemblies, Usher, Assistant to Mr. Hannah. COX. DOROTHY ARLENE-Commercial Major. I4 Esc, is S5 QW? Q55 W5 v APY? X, Em XM 5E'E. S 2 6 E xr ? sf K, Q F511 -f. M, 1 1 if 2 5 l ll L , ? 1 5 E . 5 ,243 E 5252 3 lil, 115 5 I fl lg, 9355? x -: . er N gs? . .. M ,- vs:2:'Q ' 4? -632, if -- 315-2 Wig QX3, a M, t uv - .- ,Q ,S w'-1551.258 . ,, .1 .X , , ,X ., W 4+-Q--Q ww. z M QQ ugffb. .5312 5 .eugifw zz ' sm M K5 1 Blunt. Arthur Bradlvy, Stanley Hussey, John Castle, Patricia Clark, Ire-nv Boettchor, Robert Briggs, Illlvzxnnr Butts, June Cliainvy, I"l'1lIlCl'S Collins, Peggy Roydstun, Elle'-n Br:1der,Jnck Brzulley, John Brown, Ralph Bullock, Gone Burns, James Curlilm-, Robert Carlson, Evelyn Carson, Normn Chapman, Carole Christense-n, G, Christensen, Jack Conway. Ralph Cornelius, Malclge Cox, Dorothy X3 ln I CRAMER, EDRIS MAE-Home Ecoriornics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Usher, Committees, Assemblies, G.A.A. CRITES, DOROTHY IRENE-Commercial Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, A cappella Choir. CROSS, ALBERT-Industrial Arts Major. President, Vice President, Secretary, Sales- rlgfn Advisory Group, Vodvil, S-ound Crew, Swing Band, Tennis Club, Cast Senior ay. CROUCH, F. RICHARD-Prirzting Major. Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group, Stu- dent Body Oflice Assistant Mr. Conover, Printing Assistant, Business Manager Alki, Alki Printer, Log Printer, Vice President Rifle Club. CROWLEY, DANIEL E.-History Major. Vi-ce President Advisory Group, Printing As- sistmt, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Alki Printer, Log Printer: Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Northwest Music Educators' Confer- ence, Intramural Sports, Swimming, Assemblies. CUPP, RICHARD CARL-Mathematics Major. Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Student Body Business Manager, Student Body Office Assistant Mr. Con- over, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Business Staff, Committees. DALLAS, VERNON GLENN-Mathematics Major. Business Staff, Locker Monitor, Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet. DARLING, ALAN WEIR-Printing Majlor. Business Staff, Printing Assistant, Tum- bler, Vodvil, Alki Printer, Log Printer, Track, Swimming, Intramural Sports, Student Body Office Assistant Mr. Conover. DAVIS, JACK ARTHUR-Science Major. Vice President Freshman Class, President, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, A cappella Choir, District Music Meet, Sports Manager, Football, Basketball, Intramural Sports, Vice President Letterrnen's Club. DEAN, SARA-History Major. Vodvil, A cappella Choir. DEGRANDE, FRANK-Manual Arts Major. Vodvil, Stage Crew. DELONG, JAMES LLOYD--Commercial Major. President Senior Class, President, Salesman, Advisory Group, Vodvil, Sound Crew, Projection Crew, General Mana- ger Senior Play, A cappella Choir, Honor Dramatic Society. DIXON, FRANCES AMELIA-Home Economics Major. Junior-Senior Prom, Usher. DOKOS, GEORGE-Printing Major. Alki Printer, Log Printer, Intramural Sports. DOUTHIT, BARBARA LEA-Foreign Language Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Seattle Leaders' Conference, Editor Log, Usher, Com- mittees, Assemblies, Cast Senior Play. Clubs: President, Vice President Inkifingers, President Spanish, Honor Dramatics, Quill and Scroll. DOUTY, JENNYLYN-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Girls' League Conference White Salmon, A cappella Choir, Triad Club. Q DRAKE, LEROY PETER-Art Major. Vodvil, Cast Senior Play, President Triads, Vice President Spanish Club, Honor Dramatic Society. DROWLEY, LISSA-Home Economics Major. Library Assistant, Locker Monitor, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, Usher, EDWARDS, GEORGIA CHARLOTTE-Commercial Major. President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Business Staff Log, A cappella Choir, Nonette, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Usher. EHLE, ORIEL ELAINE-Commercial Major. President, Vice President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Girls' League Conference Chehalis, Usher, Triad Club. EKLUND, CLARENCE STANLEY-Mathematics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, District Music Meet, Rifle Club. ERICKSEN, JERALD-Science Major. President, Vice President Advisory Group? Junior-Senior Prom, Sports Manager, Intramural Sports. EURICH, AARON WILLIAM-History Major. EVANS, PHYLLIS GAYE-Art Major. Vice President Girls' League, Vice President Sophomore Class, President, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vodvil, S.W.W. Girls' League Conference, Alki Staff Artist, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, Big Sister, Committees, Tennis, Assemblies. Clubs: Vice President Triads, G.A.A., Lettergirls', Quill and Scroll, Honor Dramatic Society. FARNSWORTH, PATRICIA LEE-Commercial Major. Vodvil, Cast Senior Play, Junior-Senior Prom, Committees, Assemblies, Usher. Clubs: Inklfingers, Triads. O.G.A. 16 :,,.::-- .E Elf! K: if 5 , J , 52:5 Qs f ag 2 552 I ii? fa I ,.-iii 2 2 1 :avg ' 1 - N 135 .. 2.2 1 xxzxl 5 'E "1: . is 5 5? ssl,-, 1,3 Q , 5:XSW5!"'i Qgpx-.41-xx: 1 . 2: ' - E' el . f c f -r ft . Y: ' s X , Q, , 5, gf J A lll .15 i -S -2 -le-- ':tvfF7fYES"" : 41" f'l':lIll9l', Ewlris Crites Drwotlly Cupp, llivlnuwl lballzls, Glenn lk-Gramle, Frzlnli DeLong, .lzunes lruuty, .Iennylyn Drake, L1-Roy lflklunnl, tllnrvnr-P lCl'lQ'kS4'll, llerzllll Progs, Albm-rt lPzu'lin,L5. Alun Dixon, Frflnves llrowley. Lisszl Enrich, Auron CH-om-lm, Richard Crowley, Dan Davis, Jack Dean, Sara Dokos, Gvorge Iylllltlllt, lg2ll'h2ll'H Emlwzxrds, Gm-m'p:iz1 lflhle, Oriel lflvuns, Phyllis F111-nsworth, P. FAUBLE, GLENN RICHARD-Commercial Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Re- porter Log, Intramural Sports. FINCH, DONALD-Foreign Language Major. , FINK, EVALYN RUTH-Foreign Language Major. Locker Monitor. FIRESTONE, HAROLD LAVERNE-Science Major. Vice President Senior Class, President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, Printing Assistant, Junior-Senior Prom, Picture Editor Alki, Business Staff Log, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Musi-c Meet, Committees, Assemblies, In- tramural Sports. FOX, GERTRUDE RUTH-Commercial Major. President, Vice President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Junior-Senior Prom, Committees, Assemblies, Locker Lieu- tenant, Senior Class Treasurer, Vodvil, FRANK, REEVIE JAMES-Science Major. President. Vice President, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Football, Basketball, Intramural Sports, Secre- , tary Lettermen's Club. FRENCH, EUGENE-Mathematics Major. President, Vice President, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Printing Assistant, Junior-Senior Prom, Football, Intramural Sports. Clubs, Rifle, Lettermen's. FULLERTON, GEORGE RALPH-Industrial Arts Major. Traffic and Field Patrol, In- tramural Sports. GAISER, PAULINE' ELLEN-Foreign Language Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Co-Editor Alki, A cagpella Choir, Accompanist, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, ig Sister, Assemblies, Com- mittees, Vice President Inkiflngers Club, Quill and Scroll. GETTMAN, COLLIEEN MILDRED-Commercial Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vodvil, Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Drum Major- ette, Big Sister. GHORMLEY, WILLARD HOWARD-Science Major. President, Vice President Advi- sory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Stage Crew, Stage Manager Senior Play, Junior-Senior Prom, Intramural Sports, Honor Dramatic Society. GODDARD, HELEN MAY-Mathematics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Library Assistant, Red Cross Attendant, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Dis- trict Music Meet, Sophomore Choir, Big Sister, Spanish Club Secretary. GRAMS, ILA NORYNE-Science Major. President Advisory Group, Red Cross Attend- ant, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Big Sister, G.A.A. GRANT, HUNTLY WILBUR-Mathematics Major- Vice President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Junior-Senior Prom, Rifle Club, Properties Senior Play. GRANT, MILDRED-Commercial Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Reporter Log, Usher, Freshman Representative Student Council. GREEN, ANDREW LLOYD-Science Major. President Advisory Group, Junior-Senior Prom, Band, Orchestra, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet. GREEN, DORIS MAE--Home Economics Major. Usher. GRIFFIN, LEORA IRENE-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, P.E. Assistant, Big Sister, Usher, Committees. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirlsl GUFFNETTE, ROBERT LEONARD-Commercial Major. Captain Traflic and Field Patrol, Vodvil, A cappella Choir. GUSEY, LESTER ERNEST-Manual Arts Major. Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Intramural Sports. HABICH, KATHERINE LORRAINE--Commercial Major. Vice President, Saieseirl Advisory Group, Oftice Assistant Miss von Berg, Vodvil, Assemblies, Cheer Leader, Costumes Senior Play. Clubs: Triads, Vice President O.G.A. HALE, WILLIAM ROGER-Mathematics Major. President, Secretary, Salesman, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Locker Monltor, .Iunior-Senior Prom, Lettermen's Club, Football, Intramural Sports, Senior Play. HALEY, HELEN OPAL-Commercial Major. Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Sophomore Sextette, Nonette, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet. HANKS, ALFRED FRANKLIN-Industrial Arts Major. HANSEN, ALVINA RAMONA-Commercial Major. Study Hall Attendant. 18 , X ff' T 'QA -,:5:15sfQ:-:wi My -1111, ..., W.. swg:11mv::s1 wfggggigr '2 Q . .5 L 5 2 M- 1,5 W ' 113 512,51 'Q ,VISA Q 6 X QS V. S 11. .ms 1-yhxwg Q. .- Q :.-E e,.'g.3 vi ' : 1 m f . G: isp si 9 Hs. 5 1 X If . -sag I '- '-1 2, ,Lf 5.1, qw an 3 Ng i 0 iii Iiillllllt' Rik'll21l'f1 Iinc-I1 Donald If ink Evalyn Ti1'vs1u114-, Harold hllurmloy, XV1lla11'1I Gm dard Hk1lf'll Grunls Noryne f,1'a111t Huntly 1-ree-n Junior Crreen, Doris G1'ifH11, I18OI'2l G11ffnett4- Rube-rl -1 rivh Kutl vrim- H1119 VVilIi:lm H'll!'j', H6lK'l1 Hanks, Alfrwl 1 mx, f,1e1'll'11c +- frl'ilY!t, Mildrvd Qmsey, Lester Hansen, halmwml 1 11 :5,5,5:3i,5, F"1'zmk, Jamvs FrGn1'l1, 14111146119 l"11llm't0n. Gl'llI'Ll'f' Gznissfr. l':111le'11n- Gvttn1:1n, Follow-n . . I Y . y 4 ' . . . . . if , , 2 1 H. 1 , . , . 1 E , 3 E 5 , ix .222 13 1 3 if 1 S H S57 HANSON, EVELYN MAY-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Groupg Red Cross Attendant, Usher. HARTER, ROBERT STANLEY-Commercial Major. Bandg Northwest Regional Music Meetg District Music Meet. ' ' HAZELWOOD, EMMA LOUISE-Commercial Major. Junior-Senior Promg Usherg Triad Club. HENDERSON, DAPHNE MABEL-Art Major. Vice President Advisory Group. Clubs: Rifle, Triads. HIBBARD, ROBERT-Mathematics Major. Intramural Sports. HILL, DOROTHY-Foreign Language Major. President, Vice President Advisory Groupg Red Cross Attendantg Locker Monitor, Junior-Senior Prom, Big Sisterg Usherg Properties Senior Play. Clubs: G.A.A., Inkifingers. HIPSKIND, PATRICIA ANN-Mathematics Major. President, Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Student Body Oflice Assistant Mr. Conoverg Red Cross Attendant, Junior- Senior Promg Girls' League Conference Centraliag Sophomore Editor, Calendar Edi- tor Alkig Reporter Log, Big Sisterg P.E. Assistantg Committeesg Usherg Costumes Senior Play. Clubs: Tennis, President G.A.A., Treasurer Lettergirls', Vice Presi- ' dent Inkifingers. HOGG, NANCY BEATRICE-Mathematics Major. President, Secretary Advisory Groupg Red Cross Attendantg Junior-Senior Prom, Bandg Northwest Regional Music Meetg District Music Meet, Big Sisterg Usherg Stage Properties Senior Playg G.A.A. HOLCOMB, ARLA ELAINE-Home Economics Major. Vice President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvilg Usher. . HOLLADAY, ZELLA MAE ELLEN-Commercial Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Junior-Senior Prom. Clubs: Spanish, Puppet. HOLLAND, LESLIE MORRIS-Manual Arts Major. Locker Monitorg Rifle Club. HOUGHTON, CHARLOTTE AN.NE-Foreign Language Major. A cappella Choirg Northwest Regional Music Meetg District Music Meet. HULSE, KATHRYNE AYNE-Commercial Major. Vodvilg A cappella Choirg Nonette: Northwest Regional Music Meetg District Music Meetg Usherg Committees: As- sembliesg Sophomore Girls' 'Glee Clubg O.G.A. HUNDLEY, VIRGINIA LORRAINE-Com'merciaI Major. A cappella Choir: Northwest Regional Music Meetg District Music Meet. HUTT-ON, FORREST ROLAND-Industrial Arts Major. Vi-ce President Advisory Group, "B" Footballg Swimmingg Intramural Sportsg Rifle Club. IIDA, HE'DA-Commercial Major. President, Vice President Advisory Groupg Student Body Oliice Assistant Mr. Conover, Vodvilg Junior-Senior Prom, Big' Sister, Usher, Committeesg Secretary O.G.A. JACOBSON, FLORENCE LOUISE-Home Economics Major. Inkifingers. JAMISON, JAMES WILLIAM-Mathematics Major. Vice President Advisory Group, Intramural Sports. JANIKOWSKI, CORINNE JUNE-Science Major. President, Salesgirl, Adviso1'y Groupg Junior-Senior Promg Vodvilg Usherg Committees, Big Sisterg President Lettergirlsi JARRETT, EVELYN LURENE-History Major. Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Vodvilg Oflice Assistant Miss von Bergg Reporter, Advertising StaH Logg Junior-Senior Prom, A cappella Choir, Sextetteg Soloistg Nonetteg Northwest Regional Music Meetg District Music Meet. ' JELSMA, LEON-Mathematics Major. Vice President, Secretary Advisory Groupg Library Assistantg Locker Monitor, Intramural Sports. JOHNSON, RUSSELL OWEN-History Major. Locker Monitor. JONES, BETTEYVONNE-Foreign Language Major. Vodvilg A cappella Choir: Sex- tetteg Orchestrag String Quartetteg Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet, Viola Solog Big Sister. KAMMER. BUD DUANE-Science Major. Triad Club. KENNEDY, BARBARA JUNE-Commercial Major. President Advisory Groupg Ofh-ce Assistant Miss Williamsg Vodvilg Junior-Senior Prom, Girl's League Conference Chehalisg Advisory Editor Alkig A cappella Choirg Northwest Regional Music Meetg . District Music Meet. Clubs: Vice President Lettergirls', G.A.A., O.G.A. 20 H uusfm, I-Iv+1Iy11 Hz11't1-1'. Rubs-1't II:1z1-lwuol, 1611111111 ITv111lm-1'su11, D Hilrbz11'1l, Rnhm H1Il, ll1I1'0lhy llipskinml, I':1t1'i1-1:1 Huggy Num-5' Hulr'n111l1, Arla lilluildily, Zn-11:1 II llillld, Le-slick Hr111,L:'l1to11, U, Hulsz-. K:1tl11'5'11s- HllllI1ll'X', xviI'Ll'il1i1l lhlttml, I"llI'l'l'f4l Iltlil, Hvdn .Iz11-ulusml, If, .Iz1111is1m11. .I2llllt'S J2lIlikllXVSki. P. .I1ll'l'l'lt. Evvlmm Smu, IA-1111 .l0ll11SU11, Russx-ll .I11114-S. Ilf-ltr-yx'u111w K:111111'11-1-, 121111 'Km-11111-mly, l!111'lm1 1 KENNING, WILLIAM JAMES-Mathematics Major. KERN, MARILYN BARBARA-Commercial Major. Office Assistant Miss Williams, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Sextette, Nonette, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Assemblies, Committees, O.G.A. KERSTETER, KENNETH HAROLD-Mathematics Major. KING, VENUS SEVOY-Commercial Major. Usher. KUHN, LOIS-History Major. President Freshman Class, President, Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Student Body Oifice Assistant Mr. Conover, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Reporter Log. Clubs: Lettergirlsl G.A.A. KUNZE, ALBERT GEORGE-History Major. KUNZE, WALDO FREDERICK-Mathematics Major. LACKEY, FRANK ROBERT-Art Major. President, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Vodvil, Stage Crew, Football, T1'ack, Sports Manager, Intramural Sports, Stage Design and Construction Senior Play. LAWHEAD, WILLIAM-History Major. Student Body President, President, Sports Manager Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Seattle Leaders' Confer- ence, Log, A cappella Choir, Basketball, Tennis, Lettermen's Club. LAWS, LUCILE EVELYN-Foreign Language Major. President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vodvil, Band, Orchestra, Northwest Regional Music Meet: Dis- trict Music Meet, Big Sister, Usher, Programs Senior Play, President Inkifingers. LEE, LILA MAY-Foreign Language Major. President, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, University of Oregon Summer School for Journalists and Writers, Girls' Athletics, Co-Editor Alki, Reporter, Associate Editor Log, Orchestra, Northwest Region 11 Music Meet, District Music Meet, Big Sister, Com- migtees, Assemb.ies. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls', Inkifingers, Quill and Scroll, Tennis, Ri e. LEIGH, NOREEN-Home Economics Major. Senior Class Secretary, President, Sales- : girl Advisory Group, Library Assistant, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Organizations Editor Alki, Big Sister. Clubs: Lettergirls', G.A.A. LIESE'R, FRANCIS MAY-History Major. Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Band, Orchestra, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Northwest Music Educators' Conference, Music Custodian, Robe Custodian, Triads. LIGHT, GLE,NN MARLIN-Mathematics Major. Locker Monitor, Band, Orchestra, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, P.E. Assistant, Assemblies, Business Manager Senior Play. LIPPERT, THELMA DORIS-Commercial Major. Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, Big Sister, Assemblies. LONG, RICHARD HENRY-History Major. LONG, WILLIAM VAN-Science Major. Second Vice President Boys' League, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, Intramural Sports, Yell King, Assemblies, Spanish Club. LUKE, HOMER JOHN-History Major. Vice President, Sports Manager Advisory Group. MACCOMBER, THOMAS PREWITT-Manual Arts Major. Stage Crew, A cappella Choir, Rifle Club. MCCLELLAN, LUCILE JANE-Commercial Majlor. Junior-Senior Prom. MCFARLAND, EDITH -OLIVE-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Clubs: O.G.A., Puppet. MCKAY, DARLENE-Commercial Major. Student Body Office Assistant, Locker Moni- tor, Big Sister. MCMULLEN, NANCY LEE-Science Major. Vice President Advisory Group, Band, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, P.E. Assistant, Usher. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirlsi MACCHIONE, FRANK-Social Science Major. Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Band, Accompamst, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Assemblies, Intramural Sports. MADEN, ROBERT-Manual Arts Major. Locker Monitor, Band, Rifle Club. 22 '3 :"'Y3-QYQEESSQ' is-:j:35E?EI:-,Q 'E-E 5f5I5I'f2?i?2QfI. ::.Qf QL :.-. '5ff'N5i5'h:EE2E'E25I' ma ,rwsf :Rig-.x::,ig:,2 5:,:gg,1,:Y::s'g1 ms.: :J "Si: .- .,.:4 QiiEE5b::I1Q'g5 5:3w:a'?a:1. 5. A gfgm W' g-:SMS Q-1122+529 ,9::vJ?5S:15g- 53 SS' f swx -vu ,,.,q , ,,, f,.A - W Q Wwe: w QNX QQ i ix ,V f , 1 3,55 U H' ,M by AV, Ifvllllillg, .lmuvs Kunz'-, Allu-Vl In-4-. l4ll2l lmml. Rivlmrwi lvIl'1"2ll'i2IIlIl, IfI'lill1 Kc-rn, Mzlrilyn Icl'l'SlY'l4'I', K. liiwg, XYPHIIS Kulm. Luis Kunzm-, Xxvillllli Ilcu-lu-y, I+'r:mk I.12lNVhl'ilIl, sWilli:1m Laws. Lm-ih l.f'ip:,l1. Nun-v-11 I.:-iser, l"l'2llN'1'!4 Liglxt, Gln-nu ldpperl, 'l'h1 lmnuy xxwllillill llulir-. Hmmm- N1'll'1'lll1llN'l', 'IH lVTl"'l4'llGll'l, I uc ll- Nlvlizly, lmrlv nv Mk'lllIIlt'1l,N1l"1'5' 1X1:1m-vlmirvxla-. 1'iI'ilIlli A1Rl4lk'll, Rnlvffl , 1 MARTEENY, BILLIE JEAN-Art Major. Vodvil, Band, P.E. Assistant, Usher, Com- mittees, Assemblies. Clubs: Treasurer G.A.A., Secretary Triads, Letter,qirls'. MARTIN, GEORGE-Science Major. Stage Crew, Sound Crew: A cappella Choir, Dis- trict Music Meet, Riiie Club. MARTIN, RUTH ALICE-Horne Economics Major. Vodvil. MAXON, WILLARD KEITH-Commercial Major. Salesman Advisory Group, Vod- vil, A cappella Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, Intramural Sports. Clubs: Tennis, Rilie, Debate, Spanish. MIDKIFF, VIRGINIA-Home Economics Mafor. Vice President Junior Class, Vice President Advisory Group, Office Assistant Miss Williams, Vodvil, Junior- Senior Prom, Swimming, Costume Committee Senior Play. MIKESELL, WINIFRED CLAIRE-Home Economics Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group, Oflice Assistant Miss Williams, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Advisory Editor Alki, Big Sister, A cappella Choir. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls'. MILLER, CHARLES WILLIAM-History Major. Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Band, Orchestra, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet. MOCK, CLARA LOUISE-Home Economics Major. MOORE, CARL 'OSCAR-Mathematics Major. MOREHOUSE, MARGERY EDWINNA-Commercial Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vodvil, Senior Play, Band, Orchestra, Northwest Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, O.G.A. MOSIER, DORIS LANORA-Home Economics Major. Junior-Senior Prom, Usher. MUDGE, CARL EDMUND-Science Major. Vice President, Salesman Advisory Group, Senior Play. MURAWSKI, MARY ELLEN-Commercial Major. Usher. NELSON, ALICE MARIE-Home Economics Major. Secretary Advisory Group, Vod- vil, A cappella Choir, District Music Meet. NELSON, MAURICE-Mathematics Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group. NEUMAN, HELEN-Home Economics Major. Usher. NEWALL, GLORIA ANNE-Foreign Language Major. Recording Secretary Girls' League, Vice President Advisory Group, Office Assistant Miss von Berg, Vodvil, Della Choir, Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet, Northwest Music Educators' C-onference, Big Sister, Assemblies, Committees. Clubs: G.A-A., Letter- girls', Inkifingers, Honor Dramatics. NORTHUP, DOROTHY ANN-Foreign Language Major. Vice President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, A cappella Choir, Big Sister. , NORWOOD, PATRICE ANN-History Major. Second Vice President Student Body, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom, Log Staff, Publicity Manager Safety Club, Honor Dra- matic Society. OFFICER, GLENN ALFRED--Mathematics Major. Intramural Sports, "B" Basketball. OHLEMEYER, WILLIAM CHARLES-Mathematics Major. Sports Manager Advis- ory Group, Swimming, Intramural Sports. OLSEN, ARDELL MILLICENT-Science Major. Office Assistant Miss Williams, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Orchestra, Sophomore Chorus. OLSON, ARLYN CLARENCE-Printing Major. Band, Orchestra, Tennis. PAETH, JEAN MARIE-Foreign Language Major. Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Red Cross Attendant, Locker Monitor, A cappella Choir, Big Sister, Vodvil, Hand Properties Senior Play. PAETH, ROBERT LAURENCE-Science Major. President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, Intramural Sports. 24 Mzlrtm-ny, Ilillia- IyT2lI'til1,f10Ib1'5.2'i' 1VI1ll'tiI'l, Ruth Maxxum, XYill:1rrI Mi41ki!'f'. Yix'g.:'ini Mika-sm-ll. XYinifrz-cl Mille1',Y'K'i1liz1111 lVIu1'li.f'lz1rz1 Mrmrv. Furl Mow-llullsef. INT, 3'Iv1sim', Imris Nlllrlm-, Curl lVllll'2lXVSki, Nlzlry Nelsun, Alina- NL-1:-um, Alznurive Neumann, Hr-ls-11 Newull. Gloria Nurtlum, Ilmwftlmx' Norwuml. Pzxtx-iw Uffim-V. Glynn 1VllllblIl65'6'1', XV, fllsmm, A1-414-Il Ulson. Arlyn I':u-th, .In-1111 Pau-th, I'lulre1't PAETHMWILLIAM JOHN-Science Major. Secretary Boys' League: President, Vice gresrzdent, Secretary Advisory Group: Laboratory Assistant Physics: Intramural por s. PARSONS, PHYLLIS J.-Home Ecrmomifs Major. V-odvil: A cappella Choir: North- west Regional Music Meet: Dislrict Music Meet. PAUL, LEROY-Mathematics Major. President Advisory Group: Intramural Sports. PEPPEL, MARGUERITTE-Home Economics Major. A cappella Choir: Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet. PESZNECKER, WALLACE JOSEPH-Science Major. Intramural Sports: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. PERRY, CECIL FRANCIS-Printing Major. Salesman Advisory Group: Alki Printer: Log Printer: Intramural Sports. PETERS, JOHN LUDE'MANN-Irtdustrial Arts Major. Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvil: A cappella Choir: Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet. PETERSON, MARIAN JEANETTE-Foreign Language Major. President Advisory Group: Vodvil: Programs Senior Play: Junior-Senior Prom: Junior Red Cross Con- ference Portlandg Big Sister: Honor Dramatic Society. PICKETT, LOLA FERN-Home Economics Major. Reporter Log: Tennis Club. PIETZ, RUTH VIOLA-Home Economics Major. Library Assistant: Red Cross Attend- ant: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Usher. PLOOSTER, LEONA BLANCHE-Commercial Illajor. POE, CAROL E.-Foreign Language Major. Secretary Advisory Group: Red Cross At- tendant: Vodvil: A cappella Choir: Northwest Regional Music Meet: Swimming' Big Sister: Usher. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls', Spanish. POWE'RS, MARY ELIZABETH-Art Major. Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: Triad Club. PRESTON, LUCILLE MARION-Home Economics Major. Secretary Advisory Group: Red Cross Attendant: Junior-Senior Prom: Big Sister: Usher. PREW, FRANCES MARY-Commercial Major. Vodvil: A cappella Choir: Northwest Regional Music Meet. RADER, GORDON ALFRED-Manual Arts Major. Intramural Sports. RAETZ, BERNIECE R.-Commercial Major. Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Ofiice Assistant Miss von Berg: Vodvilg Big Sister: Usher: O.G.A. RAUSCH, LETHA JEAN-History Major. President Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Usher: Committees: G.A.A. RAYMOND, BRUCE ALLEN-Science Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group: Vodvil: Band: Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet. REYNOLDS, ELMER CHARLES-Commercial Major. Vodvil: Stage Crew: Stage De- sign and Construction Senior Play: Rifle Club. RICHARDSON, JAMES B.-Industrial Arts Major. Secretary Advisory Group: Intra- mural Sports: President Weight Lifters' Club. RIENERTSON, VI-OLET MAE-Commercial Major. ROBERTS, ROBERTA ANN-Home Economics Major. President, Vice President Advis- ory Group: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: A cappella Choir: District Music Meet: Senior Play: Big Sister: Usher. ROMBOUGH, JUNE LILLIAN-Commercial Major. Vodvil. ROSE, CHARLOTTE ALICE-Foreign Language Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group: Reporter, Feature Editor, Exchange Editor Log: A cappella Choir: Northwest Re- gional Music Meet: District Music Meet: Big Sister. Clubs: Secretary Inkifingers, Spanish, Quill and Scroll. 26 RH Y Vzwth, VVil1i:1m Pe-rry, Cecil Parsons, Phyllis Peters, John Pluostvr. Leona Poe, Carol Rader, Gordon Riclmrdson, Ju Ruetz, Bernishce mes Rienertsrm, Violet Paul, Leroy Petersolm, Mzlriam Powers, Mary R21USl'1l, Letha Roberts, 1101191121 Peppel, M. Pickett, Lola Prvston, Luvillv Raymond, Rx-uce Rombough, June Peszm-r-lwr, VV. Pietz, RuLl1 Pre-W, Francvs Rexynolds. Elmer Rose, Charlotte ROSE, VIRGINIA LEE-Home Economics Major. RJOSEN, DOROTHY MAE-Commercial Major. Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: A cappella Choir: Usher: Assemblies: Committees. Clubs: G.A.A., O.G.A. R-OSEN, LORRAINE RUTH-Commercial Major. Locker Monitor: Vodvil: A cappella Choir: District Music Meet. Clubs: Makeup Club: G.A.A. RYNNING, ROBERT EDGAR-Mathematics Major. Vice President Advisory Group: Vodvil: Band: Orchestra: Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet: Intramural Sports: President Riiie Club. SALVAGNO, BETTY ROSE-Art Major. Triad Club. SANDERS, JUANITA BELLE-Home Economics Major. Band: Northwest Regional Music Meet: Usher. SANDE'1?.rSO,I:il, RUTH ELA-History Major. Red Cross Attendant: Study Hall Moni- tor: ria s. SANDIFER, ROBERT ILES-Science Major. President Junior Class: President, Secre- tary Advisory Group: Library Assistant: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: Band: Intra- mural Sports Manager. Clubs: Honor Dramatic: Lettermen's. SATTERTHWAITE, JOHN S.-Science Major. Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: "B" Basketball: Intramural Sports. SEALEY, BILL EUGENE-History Major. President, Vice President Advisory Group: Vodvil: Reporter Log: Football: Intramural Sports: Lettermen's Club. SETTLES, IVAN LEE-Cornmermkzl Major. Vice President Sophomore Class: President, Secretary Advisory Group: Student Body Oflice Assistant Mr. Conover: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: Typist Alki: Accountant Log: Committees: Assemblies: Intra- mural Sports. Clubs: O.G.A., Quill and Scroll. SHAFFER, GWEN IRENE-Commercial Major. President Advisory Group: Ofiice Assistant Miss von Berg: Red Cross Attendant: Typist Alki: Big Sister: Assem- blies: Usher. Clubs: President O.G.A., Puppet Club. SHARP, HERA MAE-Art Major. Vodvil: Publicity Senior Play: Junior-Senior Prom: Usher: Committes: Assemblies: Craft Secretary Miss Pearl Hall. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirl's, Triads. SHIRK, EUGENE-Science Major. President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: Band: Northwest Regional Music Meet: Dis- trict Music Meet: Basketball: Intramural Sports: Tennis: Assemblies. SIMPKINS, EARL-Manual Arts Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group: Sports Manager: P.E. Assistant: Trainer: Football, Basketball, Track, Boxing: Letter- men's Club. SIMPSON, BURT KARL-Commercial Major. Intramural Sports. SITTON, M. ZOE-Foreign Language Major. Treasurer Girls' League: Vodvilg Junior-Senior Prom: Girls' League Conference Centralia: Band: Northwest Regional Music Meet: Senior Play: Big Sister: G.A.A. SMITH, EDGAR AARON-History Major. A cappella Choir. SNIDER, JOY ELAINE-Home Economics Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group: Usher: Triads. SOLLAND, MARJORIE VIOLA-Home Economics Major. Vodvil SORENSEN, PHILIP HOWARD--Prirzting Major. First Vice President Student Body: Secretary Advisory Group: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: Sports Editor, Printer Alki: Reporter, Printer Log: Publicity Manager Vodvilg Committees: Assemblies: V.H.S. Broadcaster: Senior Play: Quill and Scroll: Intramural Sports: Swimming. SPARKS, MARY JANE-History Major. Second Vice President Student Body: Presi- dent Freshmen Class: President Sophomore Class: V0dvil: Junior-Senior Prom: Leaders' Conference Seattle: Honor Dramatics: V.H.S. Broadcaster: Publicity Man- ager Vodvil. SPRAY, OLETA FONDIA-Commercial Major. Vcdvil: A cappella Choir. STEVENS, EVELYN MAXINE--Home Economics Major. Red Cross Attendant: Orchestra: Northwest Regional Music Meet. STEWART, ROSA VIRGINIA-Commercial Major. A cappella Choir: Band: Orches- tra: District Music Meet. 28 Ruse, Virginia Rusvn, Dorothy Rosen, 1401'l'Slilll' Ryfming' Rtjbt-rt Sandi-rs. Juanita Sanderson, Ruth Sandifur, Robort Surge,-t1,WaiteY J, Swttles, Ivan Shaffer, Gwen Sharp, Hera May Shjy-k' E1,g,,n,. Simpson, Burt Sitton, Zoe Smith, Edgar gnidp,-' Joy Sure-nsen, Phil Sparks. Jane Sm-ny, 014-tn sgpx-png. Mnxim, Salvngnu, Bvttie Se-:ilu-y, Bill Silnpkins, Earl Sulland, 1XIarjurio Stvwurf. Virginia 29 STONEHOUSE, BETTY JUNE-Commercial Major. Salesgirl Advisory Group: Vodvil: Oflice Assistant Miss Williams: Big Sister: Triads. STRIINIGFELLOW, ROSALIE MARIE-Commercial Major. Locker Monitor: G.A.A.: s er. SUGG, MARTHA.ELAINE-Foreign Language Major. Corresponding Secretary Girls' League: President, Vice President Advisory Group: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: Girls' League Conference Aberdeen: Freshmen Editor Alki: Band, Orchestra: North- west Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet: Northwest Music Educators' Con- ference: Woodwind Quartette: Assemblies: Committees: G.A.A. SWAYZE, MARIAN PEARL-Foreign Language Major. Vice President Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Calendar Editor Alki: Big Sister: Triads. SYKES, JOSEPH GEORGE-Science Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group: Intra- mural Sports: Track. TANNER, BETTE ELLEIN-Commercial Major. TAPSCOTT, EDITH JOAN-Home Economics Major. O.G.A. TENA, YVONNE MARIE-Home Economics Major. A cappella Choir. TESSENDORF, MYRON MERLE-Manual Arts Major. Sound Crew. TETERS, DOROTHY ELAINE4Comrnerc'ial Major. Vice President Advisory Group: Red Cross Attendant: Big Sister: Usher. TORONGO, MINTA MARTHA-Home Economics Major. Vice President Advisory Group Locker Monitor: Junior-Senior Prom: Advertising Staff Log: Usher: Assem- blies: Reporter Inkifingers. TOWLE, BERNICE MAE-Home Economies Major. Vodvil. URQUHART, CRAIG-Science Major. Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Stage Crew: Intramural Sports: Rifle Club. VERNON, ROBERTA LUCILE4Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group: Vod- vil: Orchestra: Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet. Clubs: Re- porter G.A.A., Lettergirls'. VOLKER, GERALDINE R.-Commercial Major. President, Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: A cappella Choir: Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet: Girls' Athletics Alki: Usher. Clubs. Secretary Lettergir1s', G.A.A. WALLER, EDGAR JOHN-Mathematics Major. Basketball: Intramural Sports: Track: Sports Manager. WANLESS, DALE LAWRENCE-Manual Arts Major. Printing Assistant: Intramural Sports. - WARK, WILMA ARLETAH-Foreign Language Majlor. Secretary Junior Class: Presi- dent Advisory Group: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: A cappella Choir: Sextette: Nonette: Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet: Senior Play. WATERS, BETTYE LOU-History Major. WEIGEL, WILLIAM-History Major. Sports Manager Advisory Group: Vodvil: Junior- Senior Prom: A cappella Choir: Northwest Regional Music Meet: "B" Football: Intramural Sports: Assemblies. WETZEL, THOMAS JEROME-Mathematics Major. President Boys' League: Presi- dent Vice President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Student Body Oliice Assistant Mr. Conover: Junior-Senior Prom: Leaders' Conference Seattle: Band: Orchestra: .Northwest Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet: Log Staff: Intra- mural Sports. WHEARTY, DORIS ELAINE-Foreign Language Major. Secretary Advisory Group: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom: A cappella Choir: District Music Meet: Assemblies: G.A.A. WHEELER, VELMA FRANCIS-Commercial Major. Secretary Advisory Group: Red Cross Attendant: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom. WHISMAN, ROBERT JAMES-Science Major. President, Vice President, Salesman Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Band: Northwest Regional Music Meet: "B Track: P.E. Assistant: Intramural Sports: Ride Club. WHITE, VELMA RUTH-Commercial Major. Vice President Advisory Group: Office Assistant Miss Williams: G.A.A. 30 M SU7Y1BhllllS4', Betty StI'iIU.fPI'Hl'lVV, R. Vlxllllllf r, Iirttm- E. 'l':1pSL-ntt, Edith 'I'wrrIIH4'H. Martlma Towle-, B1-1'11im1 XxY2ll1l'I', E'1grzu' VV:1nle-ss. 11:116- XVQ-tzvl, Jm-x'mm- VVlw:1rty. Doris Suggr, Ehlinv Tvlm, XYVOIIHP ITl'4lllhH!'l, Urni XV:u'k, 'Wilma VVl1e0lo1', Y:-111 SVVIIYZP, Mnrizm Toi-1sv:1dn1'f, Myron Yvrnmm. RID,ll'lAtIl NVzlt4'!'s, llvtlys' H1 VVIUSIIIHIW. Rohm-rt 'Z-"" Sykes, Juseph 'l'1't+'1'S, Ilurotlu' Volker, f,19l'2ll4lill6' NVvigel, VVilli:1m YVl1itQ, Vs-lmn 2 51 WHITEHEAD, MARY ROSE-Commercial Major. President, Vice President, Salesgirl advisory Groupg Vodvilg Cheer Leaderg Usher. Clubs: G.A.A., Treasurer O.G.A., ria s. WHITNEY, JEAN ELIZABETH-Commercial Major. Secretary Sophomore Classg Sec- retary Advisory Groupg Office Assistant Miss von Bergg Vodvilg Assemblies. Clubs: Letterg'irls', G.A.A. VVILKINSON, MARY KATHLEEN-Commercial Major. President, Secretary Advisory Group, Oflice Assistant Miss von Berg: Locker Monitor: Vodvilg Junior-Senior Promg Big Sisterg Usher. Clubs: Vice President Spanish, O.G.A. WOOD, WILLIAM LESTER-Manual Arts Major. Vice President, Salesman, Sports Manager Advisory Groupg Student Body Office Assistant Mr. Conover: Footballg Intramural Sportsg President Lettermen's Club. WOODRUFF, WILLIAM CLARKE-Mathematics Major. Sports Manager Advisory Groupg Vodvilg Reporter Log, A cappella Choirg District Music Meetg Basketballg Intramural Sports. WOODWORTH, THOMAS RICHARD-Mathematics Major. Track, Intramural Sports. WRIGHT, DOUGLAS HILLS-History Major. Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Junior-Senior Promg Reporter Logg "B" Footballg Tennisg Intramural Sports. WU, ALFRED-Industrial Arts Major. Vodvilg Stage Crew. YAMANISHI, REA YAEAKO-Home Economics Major. Locker Monitory Junior- Senior Promg Usherg Committeesg Triads. ZINN, ELEANOR LOUISE-Home Economics Major. Vodvilg A cappella Choirg North- west Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet. TRAPPER SONG Over hill, over dale, 'Down the valley, through the vale, Oh, the Trappers go trapping along. UNezier fail, never quail, H is their slogan and their song, gyls the Trappers go trapping along. Then fight, Trap, fight! Take everything in sight! Fellows, you will 'win us fame! For well we know, no matter where 'we go, That the Trappers mme hack with the game. Keep on trapping, hoysf- The Trappers come bark with the game V Keep on trapping, havs-The Trappers mme hack 'with the garne- 'Rahl Rah! 32 J K 5 S. 3 E, N 4 XVhitvhvad, Mary VVhitney, Jean -VVi1kil1SOIl, Mary Wood, William VV00druff, WVilliam NVoudworth, R. VV!-ight, Douglas VV11, Alfrvd Yamunishi, Rhea Zinn, Elvanor 33 Officers Bob Hunter P1'csi1Ie11t . Kay Mays Bob Anderson Secretary Sf51'fIGfL1'1ft-fit-A'V"Hl8 Class Colors Navy Blue and Powder Blue Advisory Group Officers Helen Johntson Barber, Head Adviser FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT PRESIDENT Tommy Nelson ,,,,ll,, .. v,,, Werner Stadelman George Yaminishi .. .... ..,,,,, D avid Bauman ....., .. Kenny Roberts ,,.,..., ,,o, K enney Roberts ...,oo Rudy Clark ,o,,. , ,,,lo.... Bob Roesler Mary Simpson ,,,,.,, . .,,,,, Phyllis Monroe .,,....., Richard Leach ,,,,,.,... ,,r,r B ob Thomas .,,,... Natasha Bagdanov ,,,,, ,..,, J oy Wallace Dolores Young ,,,,, ,,..,,,, J can Adams ,,,,,,, . . Pat Cross ,,,..,..., . ,,,,, ,r,,,, E velyn Bonnell ..., Katherine Maas .,,,,, ,,,,,, , Nancy Powers ,,,,, June Lineham Vice Presifleut ADVISER Mrs. Barber Mr. Barter Mr. Gustafson Mr. Harris Miss Millikin Miss Robinson Miss Smith Miss Stephens Miss Thun Miss Webber In a year crammed with activities and highlighted with assembly programs, noon and after-game dances, the annual J unior-Senior basketball fracus, and the J unior- Senior Prom, premier social cvent of the year, the class of '43 climaxed their junior year by making complete arrangments for the two most important things in a Senior's school life, the Baccalaureate service and Commencement. The Juniors opened the year with an all-school after-game dance, and followed this later with a series of noon dances. Their outstanding assembly contribution was a Hal- lowe'en production, patterned after a radio show, while Junior talent was used exten- sively in many school productions. Following the current basketball campaign, the Juniors challeged the Seniors to the traditional inter-class battle. They entered the struggle distinct underdogs, but executed a sparkling two-point upset victory. Their finest single achievement of the year was the sponsorship of the perennially colorful Junior-Senior Prom, this year decorated in an Hawaiian motif and highlighted by the crowning of the second Prom Queen. Adams, Jean Adams, Marie Adams. Norma Allinger. Bert Anderson. Bob Anderson, Rutha Andresen, Marie Arbelter, Erskine Archer, Audrey Arends, Mary Jn Babcock, Harriet Bagdanov, N. Bailey, Ellen Bailey, Elaine Ball. Robert Baltezore. Bette Barnes, Joyce Bauman, David Bauman, LeRoy Bayer, Susan Beall, Ardith Beasley, Bill Bearss, Margaret Beebe, Glennys Belknap, Clara Betts, Joyce Betz, Mildred Biggs, Don Bleth, Maryann Boddy, Lloyd Bonnell, Evelyn Boss, Alice Boyd. Carrol Brinnen. James Buck, Alberta Bulger, Johnny Burger. Rose Burkey, lrene Burrows, Lois Butcher, Allen Butler, Dorothy Butts. Bettie Campbell, Evelyn Campbell, Lois Carpenter, A. Carroll, Jim Chambers, W. Chrisman, Shirley Clark, Margie Clark, Raymond Clark, Rudy Cocklin, Lewis Corbin, Fae Cross, Pat Dailey, Darleen Daly, Pat Davis, Donald Davis, Roy DeLong, Everett Dickinson, Ruth Junior Class Dunbar, Ralph Duncan, Thelma DuPaul, Melvin Earnest, Betty Edwards, Jim Elliott, Darrell Elliott. Louise Marjorie Endicott, Ericksen, Marjorie Erickson, Frances Menzo Erickson, Eurick, Delbert Everitt, Jim Farmer, Verna Feller, Bob Feltz, Catherine Filer, Eva Ruth Fisher, Mary Fiss, Joyce Fletcher, Richard Foster, Dan Francis, Robert Franklin, Paul Freeman, K. Froom, Barbara Fullerton, Victor Garner, Mary Garr, Gloria Goheen, Arleen Gomulkiewicz, S. Gotchy, Elaine Graham, Don Grant, Lewis Gray, Geraldine Green, Herbert Greene, Kalmon Gregg, Richard Guilford, Raleigh Gulsness, Bob Hallock, Lorna Halme, Glenn I-Iamby, Mary Haney, Betty Hanks, Natalie Hansen, Harry Hanson, Jim Harper, Mary Harris, David Harry, Elmer Hart, Don Hatch, Quindaro Hathaway, M. I-Ieimbuck, H. Hendrie, James Henker, Lois Hetrick, Donald Heibert, Eleanor Hines, Betty Hiser, Bill Hoagland, Joan Hodge, Marshall 'I-Iodgkinson, Lyle Hoff, Bill Hoffman, Nora Hood, Ruth Howard, Newel Hummel, Alta Hunt, Peggy Hunter, Bob Hutton, Lois Ingebright, Maxine Richard Peggy Kenneth Molly Bill Arthur Fred Helen Lenore Isham, Israel, James, Jarvis. J epson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Lloyd Johnson, Johnson, Ralph Tom Johnston, Dick Johnstone, P. Jones, Jim Marcheta Jones, Jones, Lorretta Jones, Ralph Keeney, Betty Lou Keeton, Howard Keiser, Ruby Keith, Esther ' Kennedy, Robert Kern, Clarence Kersteter, Pauline Kesler, Jim Kimmel, Jeannine Kindsfather, V. Knight, Richard Kogan, Pat Korn, Kathryn Krohn, Barbara Lacy, Brian Lamb, Betty Lou Langlie, Alta Larson, Paul Lasley, Dorothy Lawrence, Jim Leach, Richard Lewis, Zelma Lineham, June Lloyd, Richard Lorentz, Kenneth Lounsbury, Kay Lowe, Donald Luttrell, Eleanor MacComber, B. McCoy, Bobbie McCollum, Jackie McGogy, Duane McGoun, Virginia Mclver, Margaret Mclver, Marjorie McKeag, Robert McNary, David McPherson, Bob Maas, Katherine Mann, Bill Mansfield, Bud Mathys, Leonard Mays, Katheryn Millar, Don Miller, Caroline Miller, Marilyn Moored, Erma Morehouse, Anne Munroe, Phyllis Neely, Keith Nelson, Pearl Nelson, Tommy Newton, John Nishikawa, Ruth Northup, Lois Nuttall, Stanley Officer, Charles Ortega, Robert Paeth, Robert Parsons, Lysle Patjens, Dorothy Payne, Peggy Pentlco, Don Pepper, Evelyn Pepping, Maxine Pfenning, Donald Phelps, Connie Powers, Clare Powers, Nancy Price, Raymond Prohaska, Robert Pulley, Betty Quatier, Harriet Rathbone, Eugene Reder, Ted Regas, George Reis, Stan Renney, Margaret Rice, Phyllis Ripley, Stuart Roalsen, Donald Roberts, Kenneth Roberts, Virginia Rodman, Bettie Roesler, Bob Root. Ralph Russell, W. Ryan, Lynn Sack, Margaret Sanderson, Helen Scheetz, Richard Schmelzer, K. Scheumann, W. Scholl, Virginia Scott, Kentner Shambaugh, Paul Sharp, Lynne Simpson, Mary Smith, Bill Smith, Lorena Stadelman, W. Stamper, Virgil Stange, Bob Stanton, Marian Stanton, Richard Stanek, Rose Starkey, John Spaulding, P. Spence, Louise Steinhauer, Bob Stevens, Irene Stewart, Robert Stotts, Darrel Stutz, Carl Suesens, Martha Talcott, Mique Teal, Bob Thomas, Bob Thompson, Bruce Thompson, Donna Thornton, Junior Tracy, Schuyler Tribble, Miriam Tueth, Winnifred Van Atta, Clarine Van Prooyen, C. Van Tassel, Gale Vernon, Carol Walford, Mary E. Wallace, Joy Watson, Shirley Wedepohl, Merlin Weeks, Ralph Weltring, Mae West, Charlotte Westendorf, Doris Whalen, Betty Lou VV'hlte, Ray Whitliam, G. Wiley, Doris Wilson, Allen Wilson, Beverly Winn, Frances Winii, Virgina Wood, Virginia Yabs, Norma Yamanishi, George Yinger, Lucille Yost, Joyce Young, Dolores Young, Jack Ziegler, Bill Zollo, Lucille Zumwalt, John Helen Johnston Barber FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Tommy Nelson ..... ,,,Y,,,7, ,,77 P 1 'esident Werner Stadelman ,,,,,,,7...., ,A7, P resident Stanley Reis .,........,.. ,,,.,... V ice President Bob Teal ,,77 ..... ,.,.,,,,,7,777 ...., V i c e President Kalmon Greene .....,.. ...,.,,,,,, ,,,, S e cretary Lynn Ryan ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Secretary Bert Allinger ,,,,,,,,.,,,... , ...,., , ,.,,,, Salesman Stanley Reis ., ,,,7,,,,,, ,,,, ..,, S a lesman Gale Van Tassel ,...,.,,,,,,,, Sports Manager Gale Van Tassel ...,,,,,,,,,,, Sports Manager First row: Robert Ball, Bobbie McCoy, Howard Keeton, Richard Fletcher, Jack Young, Kalmon Greene, Jim Carroll, Stanley Reis, Bob Teal, Allen Butcher. Second row: Dick Gregg, Herbert Green, Werner Stadelman, Bill Hiser, Ralph Dunbar, Paul Sham- baugh, Jim Everitt, Tom Johnson, Stan Nuttall, Elmer Harry. Third row: Tom Nelson, Mrs. Barber, Clare Powers, Don Millar. Gale Van Tassel, Lynn Ryan, Dick Knight, Bert Allinger, Don Graham, Merlin Wedepohl, Stuart Ripley. Others: Glenn Halme. Louis S. Barter FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER George Yaminishi .. ...... ..,,..,r,. ,,,, P ' resident David Bauman r,,,,,,. .. .,...,r..,,.,r,., President David Bauman . ...,..,,,...,,,,.,,, Vice President Bud ManSHeld ,,,,,, ,,.,,, V ice President Arthur Carpenter ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, ,,... S e cretary Bill Hoff ,,,,,,,,,r,,,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S ecretary Charles Oiiicer .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,,,..... S alesman Bill Scheumann ,,,,.,.r, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. S alesman Don Davis ,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,.,.r,,, Sports Manager First row: Bob Kennedy, Virgil Stamper, Bob Anderson, Bud Mansfield, Raleigh Guilford, Howard Heimbuch, John Bulger, Dan Foster, George Yaminishi, John Starkey. Second row: David Bauman, Dick Lloyd, Dick Johnston, John Newton, Don Roalson, Mel- vin DuPaul, Bill Mann, Don Hart, Vernon Kindsfather, Bill Hoff. Third row: Mr. Barter, Darrel Stotts, Don Davis, Marshall Hodge, Bill Scheumann, Charles Officer, Stan Gomul- kiewicz, Brian Lacy. Others: Arthur Carpenter, Kenneth James, Don Lowe, Omar Poe, Ray Price, Carrol Boyd. Carl Gustafson FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Ken Roberts ,r,,.,,,., .,l,,,,,,,,,,,,r, P resident Ken Roberts . ,.,r ,,,, .,,,,,,,,r,. . , .. President Paul Larson ,,,,,,r,,,,,, ,r,.,,. V ice President Jim Edwards ,,,,,.,, . . .lr. Vice President Howard Stewart ,,,l,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,. S ecretary Don Pfenning ,,,,,, ,,,.. ,,.... Secretary Jim Edwards c,,,,,,,r,r, ,,,,,,,,,r,r,,r,, S alesman Don Biggs ...... W, ,,,,,,,,,r,r,r Salesman Kenneth Freeman .,.r , ..,,,,,, Sports Manager Jim Hendrie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,.,,. Sports Manager First row: Bob Feller, Carl Stutz, Kenneth Schmelzer, Jim Hendrie, Lyle Hodgkin- Son, Lynne Sharp, Kenneth Roberts, Paul Larson, Clarence Kern, Fred Johnson. Second row: Jim Jones, Jim Brinnen, Allen Wilson, Don Pfenning, Bob Guisness, Bob Prohaska, Lyle Parsons, Don Biggs, Bruce Thompson. Third row: Harry Hansen, LeRoy Bauman, Bob Stange, Kenneth Freeman, Ted Reder, Ralph Weeks, Bob Stewart, Richard Isham. Others: Paul Franklin, Jim Edwards, Robert Olson. Delmar V. Harris FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Rudy Clark ,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,, .,,., . President Bob Roesler ....,,,. , ..,.,...r. President Bob Paeth ,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,. V ice President Rudy Clark ,,.,,,, ,,,,,, V ice President Jim Kesler ,,,,,,,.,,... ..,,......... S ecretary Ralph Root ....r.r r,r,rrr,..., S ecretary Lloyd Johnson ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,... , .,.... Salesman Jim' Kesler ..,,.....,.. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. . . . Salesman Jim Lawrence ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Sports Manager Jim Lawrence ...,... , ,...,,...... Sports Manager First row: Bob Hunter, Bill Smith, Keith Neely, Ralph Root, Robert Ortega, Richard Stanton, Bob Paeth, Mique Talcott, John Zumwalt, Erskine Arbeiter. Second row: Arthur Johnson, Ralph Jones, Robert Francis, Bob McKeag, Bob Roesler, Lloyd Johnson, Ken- neth Lorentz, Ray White, Leonard Mathys, Jim Lawrence. Third row: Mr. Harris, Eugene Rathbone, Jim Kesler, Robert McPherson, Delbert Eurick, Dick Scheetz, Rudy Clark. Philip Spaulding. Others: Roy Davis, James Hanson. 36 ' Y - .E A :-A 'Y' X x 5.555555 5. 45 sv, if n z 93. 3 xr: E313 . -. 'w M- .: XSX ,E 35 ,. Am. s. 55? " 3 :Q YS. 5 E as A " Q X a i? E iw as M X 5+ si , 3 in K s ,- E 5 ig L E x 532 5- .151 '1'11 EE ': :i i 55:5 l 5 555 5552 eil 5555 si? as 1: 1 55552525253 35:5 zi' 5 5 gl sf 9' , ,555 j 3 bi Miss Betty Lou Millikin FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Mary Simpson ,,,,,,,,,, E ,,,,,. ,..., P resident Phyllis Munroe ,,7,,,, ,,,,,,.,,..,. , .,.. P resident Frances Erickson s,,,,s,,,,,,,,,, Vice President Maxine Pepping' ,,,,., ,,,,,, V ice President Phyllis Munroe ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..s,.....,,,, Secretary Betty Earnest .. ..s.,,,,, s,,,,s,,,,, S ecretary Quindaro Hatch ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. ...,,.,,t S alesman Darlene Dailey ,,,,,,,.,..,................ Salesman First row: Betty Earnest, Joyce Yost, Phyl Munroe, Harriet Babcock, Nora Fern Hoffman, Alta Langlie, Kay Mays, Virginia McGoun, Marcheta Jones, Thelma Duncan. Second row: Audrey Archer, Doris Wiley, Cora Van Prooyen, Alice Boss, Pat Kogan, Bette Baltezore, Helen Sanderson, Maxine Pepping, Peggy Israel, Irene Burkey. Third row: Clarine Van Atta, Darlene Dailey, Francis Erickson, Mae Welfring, Harriet Quatier, Quindaro Hatch, Clara Belknap, Rutha Lee Anderson, Margaret Bearss, Miss Millikin. Others: Mary Simpson. Miss Lucile Robinson FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Richard Leach .......... .....,.,,s,....,. P resident Bob Thomas ,,,,isii, ,....... . .. President Robert Anderson ,,,,, . .,,,,, Vice President David Harris ,,.,,.. .,.. ,,,,,, V i ce President Kentner Scott .,,,,,, ,,,i,.,.i.,.. S ecretary Duane McG0gy ....... ...,..,is , ..,s,s, S ecretary William Beasley .,,,,,,s,iii,ii,s ..i,.., S alesman Everett DeLong- ..,,...,.,,,,,,s Sports Manager Newel Howard ..ss,,,,,,,,,.,i,, Sports Manager Ralph Johnson ........,...,,,....,..s,,s,,.. Salesman First row: Bill Jepson, David McNary, David Harris, Edward Elliot, Newel Howard, Lewis Cocklin, Victor Fullerton, Bob Thomas. Second row: Everett DeLong, Donald Pen- tico, William Beasley, Duane McGog'y, Junior Thornton, Kay Lounsbury, Bill Ziegler. Third row: Lloyd Boddy, Richard Leach, Kentner Scott, Donald Hetrick, Lewis Grant, Ray Clark. Others: Menzo Erickson, Ralph Johnson, George Regas, Robert Steinhauer. Miss Dorothy Lois Smith FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Natasha Bagdanov .,,,.,i........,...... President Joy Wallace ,, .........,..,.......,..,,. .... P resident Evelyn Pepper .................... Vice President Rose Marie Burger ...,.,,.,,.. Vice President Joy Wallace ,..........,.. ...,......... S ecretary Barbara Krohn ..,,............,........... Secretary Mildred Betz .........................,....., Salesman Betty Lou Keeney ........,............... Salesman First row: Doris Westendorf, Marie Adams, Betty Lou Keeney, Ruth Hood, Alberta Buck, Dorothy Patjens, Mary Ellen Fisher, Lenore Johnson, Lois Campbell, Barbara Krohn. Second row: Miss Smith, Rose Marie Burger, Joyce Barnes, Marjorie Mclver, Connie Phelps, Pauline Kersteter, Mary Ellen Wallford, Marilyn Miller, June Lineham, Margaret Renney. Third row: Rose Stanek, Mildred Betz, Pearl Nelson, Virginia Winn, Peggy Hunt, Arlene Goheen, Lois Hanker, Joy Wallace, Bettie Rodman, Evelyn Pepper. Others: Natasha Bagdanov, Betty Haney, Shirley Chrisman. Miss Thelma E. Stephens FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Dolores Young .....,, ., ....,...,. President Jean Adams ..,,. ....,.,,,,,,,.,.... P resident Eva Ruth Filer ,,,,,.., .,.., V ice President Susan Bayer .,...... . ...,. Vice Presiklent Martha Suesens, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,.,,. Secretary Helen Johnson ........ ,.....,,..,, S ecretary Virginia Scholl .......,,.......,,.......... Salesman Eva Ruth Filer .............,.,.,.,V......V Salesman First row: Martha Suesens, Alta Mae Hummel, Susan Bayer, Charlotte West, Fran- ces Winn, Gloria Garr, Beverly Wilson, Margaret Mclver, Zelma Lewis, Eleanor Heibert, Miss Stephens. Second row: Marian Stanton, Evelyn Campbe-ll, Margaret Sack, Caroline Miller, Carol Vernon, Jean Adams, Eleanor Luttrell, Wyoma Chambers, Kathryn Korn, Lorena Smith. Third row: Glennys Beebe, Joyce Betts, Dorothy Lasley, Mary Garner, Pat Daly, Marjorie Clark, Dolores Young, Virginia Scholl, Eva Ruth Filer, Lorna Hallock. Others: Helen Johnson, Beatrice Alexander. 38 T 1 3 F 3 ,333 4352515 5. sg L 1 Eg, H E52 ' ?'Ei"2f -fag ,wgfgar E 5 New NLE.. -, Qsfzmazsr 5295: 25123 Sn' ':::'.ff:':-.: Kev: '5:'E253E:cE'Ei53x lsi21A5i:s3E FWF!!-I'fr5f:i:-ri' o. .1-x:P2f:: :PX- E158 :ig 2155.25 Q4-X:,::::::?3' fzxa:-,zfzxx-at P!X?:'5-Arwsv ,,.,,.,y ,-.,,,,..,.,,.,:,,.g W, :5Si.:3f'f.f:f:::5Zf5:: X 4 ""sf:. zmzezw,-:-: f:gw:::::f N: ...... Ewfkiiiiikiff' 1:2iYNS:N:1:f:-5' -1 :5NF3::Ei: N: QW S Qu ,5 ,T ' ' fi : 2123: XS' 5 F fc 2 V I x Viisff 451225-E ,131 ,JS 1 :MQW fm. 'fl N X -e z- H amg wi Miss Helen E. Thun FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Pat Gross ..., 7,.,,YYYYY,Y,Y7,7,......,..777.. P resident Evelyn Bonnell Y,Y,7,7 Y,,7,7,A ,,,, P r esident Marjorie Endicott ..,..... Vice President Ardith Beall ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, V ice President Joan Hoagland ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,... .. .,,, Secretary Lois Northrup ,,,,,, ,,,,,,-,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, S e cretary Mary Ann Hamby ,7,7.7,,,,,,,,,,7,777777 Salesman Ann Morehouse vYYY,,YYYY,7,,,7,,,,,7,T77,, Salesman First row: Wandama Russell, Esther Keith, Donna Thompson, Lucille Yinger, Mary Ann Hamby, Louise Spence, Geraldine Gray, Marjorie Endicott, Catherine Feltz, Joan Hoagland. Second row: Miss Thun, Ellen Bailey, Peggy Payne, Marie Andresen, Ardith Beall, Lois Northup, Ruth Dickinson, Phyllis Rice, Molly Jarvis, Betty Pulley. Third row: Pat Cross, Geraldine Whitham, Marian Tribble, Evelyn Bonnell, Dorothy Butler, Marga- ret Hathaway, Bettie Butts, Anne Morehouse. Others: Barbara Froom, Jackie McCollum. Miss Rosa G. Webber FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Katherine Maas .. ....,.,,7...s.,...Y,..i,, President Nancy Powers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, P resident Priscilla Johnstone .,,,,,,,,,,, Vice President Lois Hutton ,.,....,.,,...........,, Vice President Maxine Ingebright ..,... ,. ,...........,.. Secretary Marjorie Ericksen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Secretary Nancy Powers ................... . ....,.... Salesman Mary Ann Bleth ,,,,,,tt.,,,tt,, . ,.,,,t... Salesman First row: Lois Burrows, Mary Ann Bleth, Betty Hines, Joyce Fiss, Nancy Powers, Marjorie Ericksen, Katherine Maas, Ruth Nishikawa, Lucille Zollo, Virginia Roberts. Second row: Mary Harper, Priscilla Johnstone, Betty Lou Lamb, Verna Farmer, Betty Lou Whalen, Mary Jo Arends, Loretta Jones, Betty MacComber, Winifred Tueth, Miss Webber. Third row: Jeannine Kimmel, Norma Yabs, Elaine Gotchy, Erma Moored, Lois Hutton, Elaine Bailey, Maxine Ingebright, Fae Corbin, Louise Elliott, Irene Stevens. Others: Natalie Hanks, Ruby Keiser, Shirley Watson, Virginia Wood. CHEER FOR VANCOUVER Cheer for Vancouver, V.H. must wing Fight to the finish, never give in! 'Rahl Rah! Rah! You do your hest, boys, We'Il do the rest, boys, Fight for the victory! All along the line-- Cheerfor Vancouver, V.H. must wing Fight to the finish, never give in! 'Rahl Rah! Rah! You do your best, boys, We'Il do the rest, boys, Fight for the victory Rah! Rah! Rah! 40 ' "' NNfN iw- -S Q5 4 -V- 2 , ,M u . ' gi: QQEQ7, mi , Mei Lf U, f.. ::i':1 'E MVN? EM: ,. .W N, JQW ,E Egg 3553 g5?g E322 Sims. , ' hip 1:1 'ww wwsx wEQ - w 'w:2 'ax - - ,: 5,-. -I ":,,1!f,'1. ' . :li -E52 A I a' vzggxg QS' wx' 1 1 :-5? if X-1-1:3,:. 1 Hifi F535 +211iw2's,s Q igpf ?!:, :ly Elf: Q gwf HH5w l ,,'., is YLWH 41 Officers Dale Hodgson President Dick Dungan Jean Jones Vice Presiklent Secretary Advisory Group Officers Margaret Page Johnson, Head Adviser FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT PRESIDENT Bonnie Addleman . ,,,, Coralie Maxim .. W Allen Fountain ,7,,,7 ,,,,7 J im Andresen 7,,,. LeRoy Lund .......... ,,,,,, . ,. Al Larsen ,,,,,,.,. .. Roy Thompson . I,.. ...I, R ichard Johnson ,Y,, ,, Charles Bissell ....., Jim McConnell Mary Jane Bliss ,.7, .. Barbara Tramblay Marcia Knapp ,,,,7, ..... Claire DuBois .,7,,7 ,.,.. Brad Ewers ,,.,,.. Paul Shuman ,,,7, Anita Bohl ............. Mary Ella Hodgson . Charles Albert Addleman, Bonnie Albert, Charles Albinson, James Allen, Evelyn Anderson, Don Anderson, Virginia Andresen, James Arbour, Lillian Armstrong, Marion Armstrong, R. Asher, Lovie Austin, Emma Bailey, Bernadine Baker, Robert .. Lillian Arbour ,,,,7, . Virginia Martin ,,,,, Wilbur Chapman ,.,,, . Fritz Krives , Mary Jean Clow ..,,.l Patsy Wright W Charles Albert ., ., Sophomore Class Baker, Bob Baldwin, Dorle Balint, David Barlow, Myra Beatty, Verna Becker, Jean Beedle, Jay Beisner, LaVonne Belisle, George Belongia, Jack Benjamin, Doddy Benner, Murray Bennett, Mary Bennett, Tommy Y ADVISER Miss Evans Mr. Frost Miss P. Hall Mrs. Johnson . Mr. Jolin Mrs. Kracaw Mrs. McCordic Mrs. Murray Mr. Swartz ,. Mr. Tuttle Mrs. Wetherell Miss Carter Mr. J. D. Miller Berdinner, K. Berg, Gloria Berger, William Bissell, Charles Birk, William Bjork, Luella Bliss, Mary Jane Bohl, Anita Bowman, Wiiyne Boyd, Dorothy Boydstun, Irene Boyse, Roberta Briggs. Elaine Brown. Dorothy Brown. Edwin Bude, Melton Burnett, Richard Burnham, G. Burton, Shirlie Carlson, Martha Carpenter, Don Carpenter, Jean Carr, Marilyn Carson, Mickey Carson, Eugene Carter, Dick Carter, Nancy Case, Frances Chapman, Tod Chapman. Wilbur Church, Hazel Claassen, Harry Clark, Lela Clifton, Marion Clothier, Bleva Clow, Mary Jean Cocklin, Phyllis Cody, Dallas Cody, Doris Coffleld, Beverley Coldwell, Glenn Cole, Gordon King, Ethelda Conger, Ernest Cook, Betty Jean Cook, Janette Cooper, Doris Copps, William Cox, Kenneth Cox, Merle Cribb, Ben Crlbb, Dick Crump, Bettie Cunningham, John Daniels, Judy Daniels, Llewellyn Danniel, Larry Davis, Gwen Davis, Norma Davis, Phyllis Davis, Vernon Davison, Jean Debolt, Harvey DeGrande, V. DeLong, Grace Deming, Audrey Diehl, Clarence Dokos, Mary Doney, Joanne Druet, Dorothy DuBois, Claire Dunbar, Raymond Dungan, Richard DuPuis, Elaine Edwards, Donald Eby, Joyce Elgin, Evelyn Ellertson, Kenneth Elliott, Perry Ellis, Vera Elmgren, Donna Engelhardt, H. Erhardt, Leonard Ericksen, James Eurick, Laura Ewers, Bradley Ewers, Jeanne Fanning, L. Farmer, Maxine Fauble, Carol Fennessey, L. Finley, Burton Firestone, Maxine Fitzgerald, Myra Flaskrud, Delores Flock, Eugene Fornadley, A. Foster, Roberta Foulke, Jean Fountain, Allen Frier, Harry Frieze, Rex Ghormley, Bettie Ghormley, Bonnie Gibbons, Phillip Gilbert, Eleanor Gill, Bob Gillenberg, Marie Gobel, Pauline Gooding, Charlotte Goodnight, K. Goude, Gordon ' Graham, Bruce Grant, Jeanette Green, Betty Greene, Patsy Griffin, Bernard Groth, Milton Haab, Carol Habich, Coy Haffey, Neil Hagerty, Wilma Haley, Zadie Hammond, Viola Hampton, Bruce Haney, Nadine Hanner, Blanche Hansen, Dorothy Robert Hanson, Harlan, Genevieve Lelia Harlan, Harmala, Henry Hazelwood, Nellie Helgeland, Mavis Heller, Frank Herman, Darleene Hlgdon, Irving Hilberg, Norma Hill, Gloria Hill, Louise Hodgson, Dale Hodgson, Mary E. Hoffman, Rodney Hogg, Marilyn Holden, Charles Holden, Eileen Hover, Lawrence Howard, John Howard, Raemon Hull, Lawton Humphrey, Bobbie Hunter, Paxton Hussey, Stanley Ilda, Ted Jacobson, Richard James, Delores Janikowskl, D. Jensen, Katherine Johnson, Elden Johnson, Richard Jones, David Jones, Jean Jones, Milburn Jones, Rebecca Jordan, Jerome Kalin, Juanita Keiser, Virginia Keith, Maxine Keller, Richard Kelley, Marie Kennedy, Welles Kephart, Albert Kerns, Howard Kersteter, Evert Kilpatrick, Maxine Kilpatrick, Nadine Kirkman, Eunice Klir, Eileen Knapp, Alice Knapp, Marcia Knight, Dawn Knopp, LaVerne Knopp, Leonard Knowles, Hazel Korn, Robert Kosterman, Bill Kosterman, Dee Krives, Fritz Kulm, Delphine Lackey, Ruby Lachnit, Dorothy Lambert, Zona Lamp, Helen Lander, Jack Landerholm, M. Lane, 'Leland Larimer, Virginia Larsen, Alfred Larsen, Ronald Larson, Bonnie Larson, Gladys Larson, Harry Lawrence, Jack Lawrence, Robert Laws, Florence Leach, Lyle Leathers, Donna Leathers, Mervyn Leichner. Robert Lies, Aileen Lorentz, Lois Loshbaugh, Alvin Lounsbury, L, Lowe, Beulah Ludwig, Frances Lund, LeRoy Lundberg, Ann Lynch, Bernard McCarney, Norma McClellan, Jean McConnell, Jim McCoy, Gene McCoy, Marjorie McKee, Leita McKelvie, Marvin McNally, Colleen McVicker, MarjorieR99V95, Bert Malone, Betty Marshall, Carl Marteeny, Irma Martin, Anita Martin, Virginia Mason, Gene Mason, Wayne Mather, Everett Maxim, Corlie Maxon, Bob Meador, Duane Miller, Donald Miller, Orloff Mills, David Mil ton, Minor, William Curtis Moe, Florence Moe, Jean Molyneux, Ray Moore, Moore, Barbara Harry Morgan. Byham Morrow, Robert Morton, Frank Munson, Morris Myers, Carita Myers, Carmelita Neal, Betty Jean Neuman, Ruth Newkirk, Isabelle Norton, Bob Oberstock, Juanita O'Brien, Glenna Omcer, Ernie Olson, Calvin O'Neal, Barbara Oneal, Marion Orchard, Voncile Ordwilyv Mary E- Ordway, Marianne Ostrander, Mickey Osmer, Irma Owen, Marian Paeth, Richard Paeth, Jean Patch, Betty Patten, Bonnie J. Patterson. Bob Pauli, Walter Peer, Beverly Peffer, Dorothy Peppel, Tom Pelletier, Elaine Perkins, Betty Perry, Jean Peters, Elnora Peters, Sherry Peterson, L. Petery, Larry Peyton, Alta Pfenning, Robert Phillips, June Pionk, Esther Poe, William Pollan, June Porter, Archie Powell, Gilbert Powers, Roberta Pullam, Myrtle Quigley, Kenneth Rad pinner, Esta Ramage, Donald Reeves, Veva Regas, Jimmy Reynolds. Zane Ribble, Ted Rice, Ruby Rider, Buddy Riley, Clair Roberts, Bob Robins, Marjorie Rockey, Leon Rood, Katherine Root, Doris Ryan, James Sauter, Lois Schumann, P. Scott, Annabelle Scott, Fannie Joe Seal, Evelyn Shannon, Grace Shelton, Ralph Sheppard, M. Sheppard, Pat Shrum, Georgia Shuman, Paul Signs, Bill Sites, Mary Lee Snider, Bob Smith, Bill Spangler, Norlee Spaulding, M. Spence, Bob Spicer, Stanley Spurgeon, Barbara Stanley, Betty Stanton, Pat Steinfeldt, Elden Storasli, Dale Stringfellow, Don Sullivan, Arlolne Swain, Joanne Swanson, Orin Sykes, Charles Takakl, Pearl Teters, Lloyd Thacker, Regina Thomas, Carol Thomas, Phyllis Thompson, Gloria Thompson, Jack Thompson, Jim Thompson, Norma Thompson Ralph Thompson Roy Thompson, Shirley Thompson W. Tokola, Ellen Towle, Letha Tracy, Norton Trambley, B. Trombley, Betty Turpin. Colleen Vail, Ralph Vance, June Van Prooyen, N. Vinsonhaler, A. Volker, Bill Wachter, Vernon Waits, Virginia Walling, Robert Wanless, Carl Ward, Mildred Washburn, Burton Wassenar, Joan Watson, Alice Watson, Irving Webb, Audrey Webber, Mary J. Weber, John Weddle, Peggy Weeks, Billie Wier, LaVeva Wellman, Ray Wells, Dale Wells, Naomi Wheaton, Louise Wheeler, Frank White, Johnnie White, Lee White, Bill Whitehead, Louise Wiesinger, Ruth L. Wilson, Ernest Winn, Teddie Wold, Valda Wood, Leo Woods, Dorothy Woods, Lloyd Wright, Patsy Wu, Robert Yamanlshi, Mary Yaroker, Pauline Young, Homer Zastrow, Dorothy Zollo, Willamine Miss Ruby M. Evans FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Bonnie Addleman ,,,,,, ,,......,,.. . . President Coralie Maxim ..,,.. ,,,,,7,,,, . President Pearl Takaki ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.. . ., Vice President Marilyn Carr ,,,7,,, .,,.,,, V ice President Marian Owen ,,,,7,... ,. ..,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Secretary I Marion Oneal ,,,,.,,,,......T.,.,..,,..,.,,,, Secretary Coralie Maxim ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,.,.,.,.. Salesman Maxine Keith .,,,,,,,,,. . ,.7,,..,..,.,,,, .. Salesman First row: Frances Ludwig, Pearl Takaki, Marilyn Carr, Jean McClellan, Ethelda King, Judy Daniels, Lovie Asher, Mavis Helgeland, Sherry Peters, Georgia Shrum. Sec- ond row: Marian Owen, Letha Towle, Donna Leathers, Delphine Kuhn, Doris Root, Ger- aldine Burnham, Mary Jo Webber, Teddie Winn, Lela Clark, Pauline Yaroker. Third row: Miss Evans, Lelia Harlan, Maxine Keith, Luella Bjork, Marjorie McVicker, Bettie Ghorm- ley, Viola Hammond, Esta Radspinner, Bonnie Addleman, Grace DeLong. Fourth row: Ruth Neuman, Dorothy Peifer, Marion Oneal, Coralie Maxim, Laverne Fennessey, LaVeva Weir. Others: Mary Dokos, Elaine DuPuis, Jeanne Hill, Katherine Jensen, Aileen Lies, Nellie Van Prooyen, Beverly Cofiield. Clifford Frost FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Allen Fountain ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, P r esident Jim Andresen . .....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, P resident Jim Andresen .,.,., ,,,, V ice President Walter Paull ,,,,,, ...,,, V ice President Billy White ,,,ee,, ,,,,e,eee,e S ecretary Bill Poe ,,,,,,e,,,,V. ,,,,,,,,e,,,,e.. S ecretary Dick Cribb ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Salesman Ed Brown ...ll,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..........,.,.,,,, Salesman Leo Wood .......,..,e.,,,,,v,,...., Sports Manager First row: Allen Fountain, Jack Belongia, Glenn Coldwell, David Mills, Walter Paull, Jimmie Andresen, Wayne Mason, Irving Higdon. Second row: Mr. Frost, Bob Hanson, Bill Poe, Evert Kersteter, Howard Engelhardt, Irving Watson, Ernie Officer, Billy White. Third row: Wayburn Thompson, Bill Kosterman, Charles Sykes, Bob Leichner, Pat Hunter, Zane Reynolds, Curtis Minor, Ed Brown. Others: Murray Benner, Leo Wood, Bill Smith, David Jones, Dick Cribb, Vincent DeGrande, Eugene Carson. Miss Pearl A. Hall FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER LeRoy Lund ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,c,,,,, P resident Al Larsen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,c ,. . ,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,. President Calvin Olson ...,.,,, ,,,,,, V ice President Everett Mather .. .,..,i,,,,,, Vice President Ted Ribble ..,,.,,,.,,,.,, ,... .,........ S e cretary John Cunningham ,,,,,,..e.,.........,.., Secretary Tommy Bennett ,,,i,i .,,... ...,V.,., S alesnzan Gordon Cole .. l,..i,,,ii,,,ii..,.... ,. ,,,, . Salesman Morris Munson ,,,,,,,i,,,i.i,. Sports Manager Richard Dungan ,,,,,,,,,ii,,, Sports Manager First row: Billie Milton, LeRoy Lund, Harry Larson, Tom Bennett, Archie Porter, Stanley Hussey, Everett Mather, Dale Hodgson. Second row: Ted Ribble, Milburn Jones, Milton Bude, Alfred Larsen, Morris Munson, Leland Lane, John Weber, Miss Hall. Third row: Richard Duugan, Gordon Cole, Tom Peppel, Calvin Olson, John Cunningham, Harry Frier, Gordon Goude. Others: Donald Post, Lloyd Teters, Leonard Erhardt, Dick Carter, Ray Armstrong. Margaret Page Johnson FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Roy Thompson ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, .,,,,,.,,,,... P resident Richard Johnson ..,,.. , ...,,,,,,.,,,,..... President Bob Snider .,.,,,....,..., .. ...,, Vice President Ben Cribb ...,....,....,, -. ..... Vice President Richard Johnson ..,,., ..i.,,,., , . Secretary Howard Kerns ,...,. .. ..,,...,, H Secretary Bert Reeves ,,,..,,.,...,.,. ............... S alesman Bob Patterson ......, .......,....., ..... S a lesnzan Ben Cribb ..,c,,.,.,,,...,......,.,. Sports Manager James Ericksen .....,.,..,..... Sports Manager First row: Robert Wu, Andy Fornadley, Bruce Graham, Lee White, Bert Reeves, Orin Swanson, James Ryan, Carl Wanless, Ben Cribb. Second row: Wayne Bowman, Howard Kerns, Donald Miller, Bruce Hampton, Melvyn Leathers, Robert Morrow, Har- vey Debolt, Bill Signs, George Belisle. Third row: Jack Lander, Bill Birk, Roy Thompson, Bob Snider, James Albinson, James Ericksen, Perry Elliott, Eugene Mason. Others: Richard Johnson, Bob Patterson, Robert Pfenning. 44 is 5 . , 1 F52 gp. is 3s g: wi if Ur Z. wif Qi E 15 A 5: 3. 2, iii is .555 mr 3? ,is fa - 2? EH G rs - ' H g 1:5535 K sg. as- gl .cz S, ,. :algae 3 ig gl' E : 1 zu: 1555 R ,,1, W. w .uma 12,55 LEW QE? Ei 5 x E22 W, I 2? 55 2 22122 5 .X 53: .S SQ-.2 Wei ,gli 3 vga? Arthur Iolin FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Charles Bissell ,,,7, ,7,7 P resident Jim McConnell ,,,,7,7, ,,,,,,,7777777,7, P resident Rodney Hoffman ,7.. . .,,7 Vice President Charles Bissell ,.T7, ,,,.. V ice President Rex Frieze .,.,.,,,,,,.. ,,,,7,,,,,,7, S ecretary Richard Burnett e,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,, S eeretary Charles Holden .,,., ,,,,,,,,,7 S alesman Lawrence Peterson ,,,,,e,,,,, .. ,,,, Salesman Buddy Rider s,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,ee Sports Manager First row: Lawrence Fanning, Charles Holden, Ralph Vail, Jerome Jordan, Rex Frieze, Lawrence Peterson, Ralph Phares, Sami Iwamoto, Vernon Wachter. Second row: Mr. Jolin, Richard Burnett, Buddy Rider, Leonard Knopp, Neil Haffey, Bernard Griflin, Charles Bissell, Ronald Larsen. Third row: Richard Paeth, Larry Daniel, Rodney Hoff- man, Jim McConnell, Dale Wells, Ernest Wilson, Ted Chapman, Pat Sheppard. Others: Bill Copps, Elden Steinfeldt. K Laura Ruggless Kracaw FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Mary Jane Bliss ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P resident Barbara Tramblay ,,,e,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, President Bonnie Ghormley ,,,e. ,,,e,,, V ice President Dorothy Boyd i,,,,.ee,,.., ,,,,e V ice President Veva Reeves ..,,,,,,i, ,,e,,,.,e,,e, S ecretary Gwen Davis .,ee..,,.,,,.,.,,eeee,,e,eee,,,e,, Secretary Charlotte Gooding ,,,,,,,,,,...,....,.,eee Salesman Joanne Swain .eei.,...,,...,,,,,e,,,,e. ,,ee S alesman First row: Audrey Deming, Arloine Sullivan, Voncile Orchard, Vera Ellis, Nancy Carter, Doris Cooper, Gwen Davis, Jeanne Ewers, Irma Dee Marteeny, Lois Sauter. Sec- ond row: Dorothy Zastrow, Isabelle Newkirk, Florence Moe, Alta Peyton, Welles Kennedy, Barbara Tramblay, Esther Pionk, Charlotte Gooding, Veva Reeves, Peggy Weddle, La- Vonne Beisner. Third row: Mary Jane Bliss, Marjorie McCoy, Regina Thacker, Maxine Firestone, Bonnie Ghormley, Dorothy Boyd, Louise Hill, Elaine Briggs, Betty Cook. Fourth row: Darlene Herman, Becky Jones, Elaine Pelletier, Zadie Haley, Jean Paeth, Joanne Swain, Belva Clothier, Mrs. Kracaw. Others: Virginia Waites, Betty Stanley, Mary Lee Sites, Eileen Klir, Bernadine Bailey. Edda Albrecht McCordic FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Marcia Knapp ....,.. ................ P resident Lillian Arbour ..... ,....,,.......... P resident Lillian Arbour ,l,.., ,.,,.,. V ice President Myra Barlow ...l.... ..,... V ice President Joan Wassenar ......,.......,.......,,.... Secretary Jean Perry ................e.. ..... , ......... S ecretary Shirley Thompson ,.,....,.......,l,...... Salesman Annabelle Scott ...,...,...,................ Salesman First row: Dorothy Hansen, Nellie Hazelwood, Lillian Arbour, Irene Boydstun, Beulah Low, Jean Perry, Colleen Turpin, Leita McKee, Carmelita Meyers, Louise Whea- ton. Second row: Dorothy Brown, Maxine Kilpatrick, Shirley Thompson, June Pollan, Annabelle Scott, Laura Eurick, Norma Thompson, Delores James, Vey Vick, Bonnie Pat- ten. Third row: Nora Lee Spangler, Mary Ellen Ordway, Phyllis Cocklin, Billie Weeks, Phyllis Davis, Irma Osmer, Marie Gillenberg, Norma McCarney, Mary Lee Bennett, Mrs. McCordic. Fourth row: Phyllis Thomas, Dorothy Wood, Dorothy Druet, Roberta Foster, Martha Carlson, Zona Lambert, Marcia Knapp, Myra Barlow, Joan Wassenar, Marjorie Robins. Others: Marcella Spaulding, Betty Green, Glenna O'Brian, Juanita Kalian. Julia Sater Murray FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Claire DuBois ,,,.,,.,,.. ...,,.,,... ,,., P r esident Virginia Martin ..... .i...,.l.......,, P resident Barbara Spurgeon .,.,. ,..... . Vice President June Vance .......... ..,.,. .,... V i ce President Dorothy J anikowski ,..l..............., Secretary Louise Whitehead .eee..e...,..eee,eee.... Secretary Katherine Rood ........... .. .....,,i..,..... Salesman Pauline Gobel .................,...,,,,,.... Salesman First row: Mary Yamanishi, Barbara Spurgeon, June Vance, Roberta Boyse, Joyce Eby, Florence Laws, Louise Whitehead, Beverly Peer, Ann Lundberg, Dawn Knight. Second row: Marian Armstrong, Elnora Peters, Jean Davidson, Mickey Carson, Jean Carpenter, Audrey Webb, Dorothy Janikowski, Naomi Wells, Colleen McNalley. Third row: Dallas Cody, Mickey Ostrander, Betty Crump, Jean Foulke, Norma Hilberg, Pauline Gobel, Virginia Martin, Katherine Rood, Clair DuBois, Nadine Kilpatrick. Fourth row: Verna Beatty, Gloria Berg, Virginia Keiser, Patsy Green, Carol Haab, Roberta Powers, Ellen Tokola, Jean Moe, Barbara O'Neal, Betty Jean ,Neal, Mrs. Murray. Others: Carol Fauble, Hazel Church, Genevieve Harlan, Fanny J o Scott, Margaret Sheppard. W-'I' 5 f 3 5 X, 4 1 1 1 1 , 5 Y 8, W E e 2, E X. 3 ? Af X 1 'XX , 4"x1,g,,,. r Q -fm ifz, 'gg-fd '-i f '5 - -4-wg Q 'S X- S - 2 -P has W?-NN S Q2 ?F? Eg? ?f25g 5 47 Lester S. Swartz FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Brad Ewers .........,, ..,.A,,,,,,,,,, P resident Wilbur Chapman , ,,,,-,,,,,,,.,,,,......, President Merle Cox ,,,,,,,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,7 Vice President Merle Cox 7,,7,,,,,,,,,,,7,,,, Vice President Wilbur Chapman .,,,7,,,. . .,,,,,.....,,, Secretary Donald Ramage ,,77,,7,,,,,,,,,7,7,,,7,,,,, Secretary Jay Beedle ,,,,.. . ..,,,,,, ,,,, S ergeant-at-Arms Richard Keller , ,,,, Sergeant-at-Arms Jack Lawrence ,,,,..,,.,.,...,,, Sports Manager Richard Jacobson ,,,,,,,,,,, , Sports Manager First row: Jack Lawrence, Llewellyn Daniels, Larry Petery, Bob Baker, Frank Wheeler, Don Stringfellow. Second row: Mr. L. J. Swartz, Bob Roberts, Dick Keller, Law- rence Hover, Robert Korn, Don Ramage, Phillip Gibbons, Burton Washburn. Third row: Richard Jacobson, Harry Moore, Lloyd Wood, Burton Finley, Jay Beedle, Bradley Ewers. Others: Wilbur Chapman, Don Edwards, Bob Maxon, Gene McCoy, Ray Molyneux, Jack Thompson, Jim Thompson. Cecil A. Tuttle FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Paul Shuman ,,,c,, ,,,,cc,,cc,,, . , President Fritz Krives .,..,....r ,,,,,c, , ,,.. . .. President Lyle Leach ,,., , .,,,cc,. Vice President Coy Habich ,,,,,,,, ,.,..,,.... V ice President Bob Gill .. ......,,, . ..,,,,,,,,,,., . .... Secretary Vernon Davis c,,c,, ,.,..,,.,,.,, , ......,,. S ecrefary Coy Habich .,.....,..... .,,, Sergeant-at-Arms Gene Flock ,,i,., ........... S ergeant-at-Arins Frank Heller .,..c...,.,e., Sports Mamager John White .. ,,.,.... . ..,...,c,,E, Sports Manager First row: Clair Riley, Albert Kephart, Fritz Krives, Coy Habich, Clarence Diehl, Bob Gill, Johnnie White, Robert Walling. Second row: Ralph Thompson, Vernon Davis, Paul Shuman, Lyle Leach, Don Carpenter, Kempton Berdinner, Dale Storali, Bob Baker. Third row: Lawton Hull, Gilbert Powell, Byham Morgan, Frank Heller, Harry Claassen, Duane Meador, Gene Flock. Others: David Balint, Kenneth Ellerston, Eldeen Johnson, Marvin McKelvie, Bob Norton, Mr. Tuttle. Vera R. Wetherell FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Anita Bohl ,,........ ,c,.,,,.,,,..., P resident Mary Jean Clow ......,.., .... . . . President Willamine Zollo ...,,, ...... V ice President Marilyn Hogg ,,.,,.,,.,,,.,....,... Vice President Mildred Ward ........,,,.,,,,... ..., .,,,,,,, S e cretary Priscilla Schumann ..........,.,...,,.. Secretary Anita Martin ..,,ccc,.,,.,....,,c.ccc,cc,,c , Salesman Blanche Hanner ......... , i,.,. Salesman First row: Marilyn Hogg, Pat Stanton, Anita Bohl, Betty Trombley, Dorle Baldwin, Priscilla Schumann, Norma Davis, Gloria Thompson, Carita Myers, Betty Jean Patch. Second row: Hazel Knowles, Frances Case, Delores Flaskrud, Virginia Anderson, Mari- anne Ordway, Jeanette Grant, Jean Jones, Donna Elmgren, LaVerne Knopp, Shirley Bur- ton. Third row: Mrs. Wetherell, Bobbie Humphrey, Eleanor Gilbert, Lorraine Lounsbury, Blanche Hanner, Willamine Zo lo, Gladys Larson, Ruth Louise Weisinger, Ruby Lackey, Fourth row: Mildred Ward, Janette Cook, Ruby Rice, Valda Wold, Juanita Oberstock, June Phillips, Mary Jean Clow, Helen Lamp, Betty Perkins, Anita Martin. Others: Alice Watson, Joanne Doney, Jean Becker, Grace Shannon, Rebecca Larkin. Miss .lean L. Carter FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Mary Ella Hodgson ,..,. , ,....., President Patsy Wright ..................... President Aileen Vinsonhaler ,,,,, ,,,.,, V ice President Mary Ella Hodgson ............ Vice President Evelyn Seal ,,,,... ,.,, ,,,,,,,.,.,.,...,,. S e cretary Virginia Larimer ..... . . .. . Secretary Betty Malone ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. , .,,,,,,, Salesman Maxine Farmer .......................... Salesman First row: Doris Cody, Lois Lorentz, Eunice Kirkman, Evelyn Seal, Myra Fitzgerald, Carol Thomas, Marion Clifton, Nadine Haney, Myrtle Pullam, Evelyn Elgin. Second row: Evelyn Allen, Betty Malone, Dee Kosterman, Bonnie Larson, Marie Kelley, Doddy Benjamin, Wilma Hagerty, Aileen Vinsonhaler, Eileen Holden. Third row: Barbara Moore, Mary Ella Hodgson, Emma Austin, Pat Wright, Virginia Larimer, Dorothy Lach- nit, Maxine Farmer, Miss Carter, Alice May Knapp. 48 v wg-'IME' f x MSS Qmfw L2 F5222 - .,..E53E51:::r-sI- .6 4. :5:,mJ,.5:gSE3?:z Qgssrggg Lkafssi- - .W-.,w -N www QQQQ ima? K Emi? www x , 1 X -SS f Mx Hwy . .v:E? 'mils .- wii 4Q2:2:E'?5?3?W-E wg? 325532K 'U . 3:15590 Q. 5 -- sf Qsmv Q5 Ei Qi? S Qt F5 ,2 vi 2 2 gig? 3 .. 1 Q, ,Q E jigs? 5 15213 H -' 'Q fx W WN? iam? -, --minrzsl? Hmm James D. Miller FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Charles Albert ,,,7,,, .....,.., ,,,,, P 7 'esident Charles Albert ...,. ...,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, P resident Bill Volker ,..,. . ...l,,.,, ,,,..., V ice President Kenneth Cox W ,,.,,.. .....,.. V ice President Henry Harmala .,,,,, ,........... S ecretary Merle Landerholm .,., ,,,, ,,,,,,. S e cretary Henry Kaiser .......,,, e,,,,7, , Yw,. . . Salesman Bill Volker ..........l...l, ,,l,,l , ,,.,7,,, S alesman Orloff Miller ............,....,,,,, Sports Manager Don Anderson ,7.....,..,,.,,,,,,, Sports Manager First row: Ted Iida, Carl Marshall, John Howard, Jim Regas, Homer Young, Merle Landerholm, Kenneth Goodnight, Bob Lawrence, Bob Spence, Norton Tracy. Second row: Orloff Miller, Charles Albert, Don Anderson, Ernest Conger, Leon Rockey, Kenneth Quigley, Henry Harmala, Bill Volker. Third row: Milton Groth, Raymond Dunbar, Rae- mon Howard, Stanley Spicer, Ralph Shelton, Kenneth Cox, Raymond Wellman, Mr. J. D. Miller. Others: Bill Berger, Alvin Loshbaugh. y4LMA MATER Sing of Vancouver, Hearts there are trueg Sing of Vancouver, 'Dreams there I knew. Sons of Vancouver Can never forget, Haze of our student days Shines round us yet. Golden our memories, Counting them o'erg qjldarch of the victors, Laurels they wore, Friendships high-hearted, Shrined by the yeursg Words that we spoke then 'Ring yet in our ears. Sing of Vancouver, fy4s 'we march along, Years mme and pass us, Yet to you will belong Our hearts and dreamings, Glimpses of truth, V llIlC0ll'l'FI' High School, Home rg' our youth. -Jlflargaret Page Johnson 50 Ein mrmurg nf Nanmi iKnhrria Eurnrtt i mg . f , . , 1 . . It " f X 1:, -.-1- . X it vi' f" A X A -.-4 0 . D' ' ' 'L' "' . . .. , -vfigiu. .JV ' 'Qwf -viii p - ' A --- ' li':',' 'ilfil pw"-icIw5a',.' ' -' 5 qw., I '- .Li ' pre - , , ,V V ,fi:,.,,,-,jk--V A - . -1. .Lift-g-,W ,.5' Q--LirL,1R"fi. 1-"'-Tl-"F-5" 4 1 -' 'W -fr f.,gw "" i' 15f , we-fe.-4 . .. H , , ' Student Body Officers Q wft J Bill Lawhead Presirlent Phil Sorensen Pat Norwwfl Fi,-35 Vim pf-es. Second Vice Pros Putty Castle Bob Carlile Ser'r'etm',u Sc1'gr'111vL-at-Arms One of the highest achievements in Vancouver High School is membership in the Student Council, the representing governing group of the Student Body. A student auto- matically attains this position when he is chosen by student vote to be the head of one of the large and important organizations of the school. The Council consists of the Student Body officers, the presidents of the Senior, Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman classes, the president of the Girls' League, the president of the Boys' League, the Principal, Mr. Henry DeYoung, the Vice Principal, Mr. W. H. Conover, and the Dean of Girls, Miss Dorothea von Berg. The Council classifies major and minor sports, determines athletic awards, and dis- cusses current school policies. First row: Bob Carlile, Sergeant-at-Arms: Dale Hodgson, President Sophomore Class: Helen Albertson, Girls' League President: Phil Sorenson, Student Body First Vice President: Bill Lziw- head, Student Body President: Putty Castle, Student Body Secretary: Pat Norwood, Student Body Second Vice President: Jerry VVetzel, Boys' League President: Jimmy DeLong. Sm-nim' Class Presi- dent: Ray XVellman, Freshnmn Class Rep1'es4'-ntntiveg Bob Hunter, Junior Class President. Buck row: Miss Dorothea von Borg, Mr. VVilli:lm Conover, Mr. Henry Dr-Young. Girls' League Boys' League , Helen Albertson Presirlent The Girls' League, under the direction of Miss Dorothea von Berg, Dean of Girls, and the Boys' League, directed by Mr. W. H. Conover, Vice Principal, are two of the strongest organizations in school. They promote friendliness and general interest in school affairs by presenting assemblies and having various social gatherings throughout the year. The Girls' League, as a matter of tradition, sponsors the Big Sister movement, service in the Red ffJ,'gj'3'd21'gtZ"' Cross room, a Girls' League Mix, a Student ' Body dance, ushering at eve- ning performances, and sell- P"'YlliS Evans ing candy at all interscholastic football and WVU f"'f-Wflenf basketball games for the girls' loan fund. At the beginning of each year when there are so many new students, the most friendly and interested girls are assigned to assist from two to five new girls in registering and getting acquainted about the school. To widen circles of friendship, the Girls' League gave a Costume Mix which featured group singing, games, skits, and a costume parade. Another social function of the group was the three days of Tolo climaxed by a Ralph RVOWI1 Saint Patrick's dance. The cabinet has tra- Fimt WPC PWS- ditionally given a Christmas luncheon with new girls as l'7SUl'31'K'iU1 guests, and a pot luck or picnic the second R"l0""f1"!' S00- semester. This year every girls' advisory group gave either a luncheon or pot luck. Some of the outstanding community activities the Girls' League undertook were the selling of Chinese Relief but- tons, the drive for Thanksgiving and Christmas boxes, and the knitting of afghan squares for the American Red Cross. A variety of programs was climaxed by the Honor as- sembly when Senior girls were presented roses for outstand- "' ing service and the Whitfield cup awarded mill' I"mP1' to the Inspiration girl. Sm-mul Vir-P Pres. Natalie Hanks W C'nrw'spmuli11g Sec. The Boys' League finances the intramural athletic contests held among the boys' advisory groups and presents plaques as emblems of championship in each sport. At their regular meetings they had vocational talks by such men as a doctor, a banker, a Coast Guard officer, an army chaplain, and a lawyer. During the holiday season the boys assisted the girls in the collection of baskets of food. In December the Boys' League started and managed a War Savings Stamp sale which netted more than EBL000. An interesting event of the , S""""""'-'f boys' calendar is Dad's Night, ZH' SMU" held the evening following the Home Economics Style Show so that the mothers, too, can see the class work of the boys displayed in the Library where note books, mechanical drawing plates, furniture, art, and metal work are arranged for inspection. Raleigh Guilfm-rl T'l'fYlSl1'I'f'1' Both the Girls' and the Boys' Leagues send delegates to State and District Student Conferences. Mary Jean Clow, representing Vancouver High School, was elected President ogigisouthwest Washington Girls' League Conference for GlE'lNl Hilllllf' Virginian Moiloun Nrwgerlzlt-:rf-,fl rms Rffymrggq- Columbia Log Burburzi Douthit Editor-In-Chief The Columbia Log, published every two weeks by the staff members withuthe help of the journalism class, is printed by student printers in the school's own print shop. The paper is run on a non-profit basis, being distributed regularly to every faculty mem- ber and student. This year the Log won a blue ribbon rating in the Columbia Press Association's con- test sponsored by Columbia University, New York. Undertakings sponsored by the Log this year were Hello Day, a Victory noon dance, a Christmas creative writing contest, and a song contest. Miss Dorothy L. Smith .. Editorial Adviser Barbara Douthit ,,,,,,, .. Editor-in-Chief Virginia Scholl ...,.. YY7,, A ssociate Editor Charlotte Rose ,,,s ,,s,,ss,,,l F eature Editor Ralph Conway , ..,,,,w, ,,,i S ports Editor Leonard Mathys ..... Mr. D. G. Miller . ,7,,, Publication Adviser Wayne Bowman ,,,., ,,..,,,.,,,, P hotographer Eleanor Briggs .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,l..,..,,.,, Typist Junior Thornton ,,,, Adilertising Manager Ivan Settles .,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,, Accountant Circulation Manager Reporters: Barbara Anne Krohn, Virginia McGoun, Kathryn Korn, Jeanne Berg, Pat Norwood, Phil Sorensen, Caroline Miller, Patty Castle, Bruce Thompson. Advertising Staff: Evelyn Jarrett, Georgia Edwards, Ray Armstrong, Howard Kerns. Printing Staff: Phil Sorensen, George Dokos, Richard Crouch, Junior Thornton, Lloyd Boddy, LeRoy Bauman, Alan Darling, Cecil Perry, Wilbert Albright, Leonard Mathys, Clarence Kern, Vernon Kindsfather, Dan Crowley, Don Graham, Brian Lacy. First row: Putty Castle, Ray Armstrong, Kathryn Korn. Ralph Conway. Shirley Chrisman, Vir- ginia McGoun, Peggy Israel, Charlotte Rose, Barbara Anne Krohn, Juno Vance. Ser-ond row: Miss Smith, Bud Mansfield, Clarence Kern, Caroline Miller, Virginia Scholl, Georgia Edwards, Jeanne Berg, Pat Norwood, Barbara Douthit, Bernice Towle. Third row: Mr. D. G. Miller, Ivan Settles, Virginia Rose, Bruce Thompson, Bob Anderson, Vernon Kindsfather, Ralph Dunbar, Howard Kerns, Cecil Perry, Wayne Bowman, Alam Darling. Last row: Dan Crowley, George Dokos, Brian Lacy, Don Millar, Doug VVright, Don Grzilium, LeRoy Bauman, Junior Thornton, Phil Sorensen, Lloyd Boddy, Leonard Mathys, The Alki Lila Lee Peggy Gaiser C0-Editor Co-Editor The Alki presents a printed and pictorial record of school life. Seniors, advisory groups, faculty, club members, musicians, and athletes find themselves within the pages. The staff' has tried to give accurate and pleasing impressions so that readers may keep with this book, memories of their work and play in the Vancouver High School year, 1941-1942. Because the print shop boys had so much to do, it was necessary for them to spend many over-time hours afternoons and nights on the composition and printing' of the Alki. For their skill and loyalty to the book the editorial staff is greatly indebted. Miss Ella Wintler .,,,,,,, Editorial Adviser Mr. D. G. Miller ,,,,,,,, Publication Adviser Lila Lee, Peggy Gaiser l,,,,77,,,,7 Co-Editors Phil Sorensen Interscholastic Athletics Phyllis Evans ,,,,,,,,,, 7,.,, ,,.,,. .... . S t aff Artist Melvin DuPaul ,,,... ., Intramural Athletics Jeanne Berg, Winifred Mikesell Geraldine Volker .,e,,e........ Girls' Athletics Advisory Editors Harold Firestone Pictures Evelyn Bonnell ,,,.,., ...,,,,,,,, ,,,, J u nior Editor Marian Swayze ,,,.,,...,,,.,,,,,,.,,,... Calendar Maxine Firestone , .,..,,, ,, Sophomore Editor Ivan Settles .,,,l,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,. . Typist Evelyn Seal ,,,,,,,e,,,.,,. ,.,,, F reshrmzn Editor Jim Kesler, Lloyd Johnson,,Bus. Managers Noreen Leigh, Dorothy Hill,,0rganizations Alan Darling, Phil Sorensen Lucile Laws .....,..,,.. Music and Dramatics .,,.,,,....,,..l,,,,,,........,, Printing Editors Printing Staff: Linotypemen: Phil Sorensen, George Dokos, Junior Thornton, Leonard Mathys, Lloyd Boddy, LeRoy Bauman. Cylinder Pressmen: Dan Crowley, Alan Darling, Vernon Kindsfather, Cecil Perry, Don Graham. Checkers: Clarence Kern, Bud Mansiield, Richard Johnson, Ralph Dunbar, Bob Anderson, Brian Lacy, Don Millar. First row: Peggy Gaiser, Evelyn Seal, Dorothy Hill, Phyllis Evans, Maxine Firestone, Noreen Leigh, Evelyn Bonne-ll, Geraldine Volker, Jeanne Berg, Lila Lee, Wiliifrefi Mikesell, Lucile Laws. Marian Swayze. Second row: Clarence Kern, Ivan Settles, Harold Firestone, Melvin DuPaul, Lloyd Johnson, Ralph Dunbar, Cecil Perry, Junior Thornton, Leonard Mathys, Alan Darling, Mr. D. G. Miller. Third row: Bud Mansfield, Bob Anderson, Dan Crowley, Vernon Kindsfather, Brian Lacy, George Dokos, Lloyd Boddy, LeRoy Drake, Phil Sorensen, Miss VVin1.ler, Last row: LeRoy Bauman, Don Millar, lion Graham, Office Assistants The efiicient handling of the clerical work of the school is done by Miss Mary Wil- liams, Registrar, and Miss Shirley Hodgson, OHice Secretary. Under their direction the Oliice Assistants collect attendance slips, carry announcements, run errands, record ab- sentees and deliver telephone calls and messages. Left to right: Miss Williams, Ardell Olson, Helen Johnson, Miss Hodgson, Winifred Mikesell, Betty Haney, Velma White, Virginia Midkitf. Red Cross Attendants Eleanor Briggs ,,,,,,,,....,l.ll,,l,7.,,l.l Chairman Miss von Berg t,,.,.....,,.t,tt,,,.......V.t,,,, Adviser The Red Cross Attendants are a group of volunteer workers who give service to the school by maintaining a hospital room during all periods. The girls are instructed by the school nurse on how to render first aid in taking care of minor cases of accidents or illness. ghe Red Cross Room is supervised alternately by twenty-nine girls chosen by Miss von erg. First row: Ruth Nishikawa, Maxine Stevens, Barbara Krohn, Susan Bayer, Rose Ellen Anderson, Dorothy Teters, Ruth Neuman, Donna Thompson, Lucille Preston, Betty Hines. Second row: Edris Cramer, Geraldine Whitham, Gloria Garr, Clarine Van Atta, Mary Ella Hodgson, Eva Ruth Filer, Phyllis Rice, Doris Austin, Mary Garner, Carol Vernon, Helen Goddard. Third row: Margaret Hathaway, Miss von Berg, Quindaro Hatch, Eleanor Briggs. Others: Pauline Kersteter, Dorothy Crites, Noryne Grams. Traffic and Field Squad Mr. Arthur Jolin, Adviser The Trafiic Patrol directs trafiic at the two pedestrian crossings on Main Stfreet, morning, noon, and after school. The Field Patrol polices the athletic field during games, puts up and takes down the canvas enclosing the field, and patrols the building in basket- ba l season. First row: Lawrence Fanning, Robert Beall, Fritz Krives, Robert Ball, Bob Roberts, Billy White, Charles Holden. Second row: Everett Mather, Robert Baker, Ralph Root, Robert Francis, Dale Wells, Raymond Dunbar, Mr. Jolin. Others: Leland Lane. Locker Attendants Mrs. Bertha Hughes, Adviser The Locker Attendants on duty in various parts of the building during school hours, allow students with permits to go to their lockers. The attendants are under the super- vision of the Locker Lieutenants who collect the permits at the end of each period and lock the lockers left open. First row: Clarine Van Atta, Lois Burrows, Lois Campbell, Marcheta Jones, Margie Clark, Dorothy Lasley, Jean Paeth, Audrey Archer, Bette Baltezore, Ardith Beall, Marie Adams, Dorothy Northup. Second row: Emma Austin, Geraldine Burnham, Alice Boss, Evelyn Bonnell, Myra Barlow, Geraldine Bales, Geraldine Volker, Eleanor Briggs, Evelyn Pepper, Edith McFarland, Rutha Lee Anderson, Martha Torongo. Third row: Everett DeLong, Werner Stadelman, Donald Hetrick, Ralph Root, Melvin DuPaul, Mrs. Hughes, Willard Ghormley, Philip Spaulding, Jim Lawrence. Fourth row: Elmer Harry, Leroy Lund, Glenn Light, Huntly Grant, Arthur Blunt, Bob McKeag, Jack Christensen, Millard Adams, Bill Paeth, Arthur Johnson. Others: James Hendrie, Arla Holcomb, Ruth Nishi- kawa, Clara Belknap, Bob Paeth, June Butts, Lorraine Rosen, Mique Talcott. 56 5 -5 111'1' 331 1 er 11',3,:':':.4 gif 5 : .,..:4u :w:1::r:g1r" . E mg ggi: , gzf s fiwig z i -in EV . S ' F ' fi K S if 2 . f X . ii 155 ppl' 23,13 F if 'ifiilaih gl 5 fl fi is ii I I S 5 3 Business Staffs Dick Cupp, Student Body Business Manager Mrs. Laura Kracaw, Mr. W. H. Conover, Advisers The Student Body Ofiice Assistants manage student activity finances, each spending one period a day in Mr. Conover's oflice. The business staff takes tickets at all games and pay performances and acts as doormen at regular assemblies. Two girls each period of the day act as secretaries and receptionists in Miss von Berg's office. First row: Peggy Payne, Phyllis Munroe, Bob Kennedy, Ivan Settles, Richard Cupp, Tom Bennett, Richard Johnson, Jeanne Berg, Evelyn Bonnell, Pat Cross, Heda Iida. Sec- ond row: Lloyd Johnson, Jerry Wetzel, Robert Rynning, M1'. Conover, Bob Thomas, Dick Lloyd, Bob Roesler, Elmer Harry, Huntly Grant. Third row: Jean Whitney, Mary Wil- kinson, Katherine Habich, Helen Albertson, Miss von Berg, Gwen Shaffer, Berniece Raetz, Gloria Newall. Others: Marilyn Kern, Richard Crouch, Jim Kesler, Darlene Mc- Kay, ,Natalie Hanks, Zoe Sitton. Librarian Mrs. McCordic, Adviser The Library Assistants serve the school by checking books and magazines, repairing and issuing textbooks, classifying and preparing books for circulation, and helping stu- dents to find reference material. The Book Room monitors have charge of all school text- books, issue texts to teachers and return lost texts and notebooks to students. Left to right: June Vance, Ruth Pietz, Mrs. McCordic, Mary Jean Clow, Pauline Gobel, LaVerne Knopp. Others: Betty Acker. Triads Fmsr SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER LeRoy Drake .,c....,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,, P resident Sami Iwamoto .,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.... P resident Virginia Scholl ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,, V ice President Virginia Scholl ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,.... P resuvlent Elaine Bailey ,,,.,,, .,...,..,,.... S ecretary Virginia Winn ,,,,., .,c.,,, V ice President Arlene Goheen ,.,,.,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,, C orres. See. Leo Wood ,,,,,. . .,.,,,. .,,. . ,,,,,,,,,,. S ecretaryl Carole Chapman ,,..,,,....... ......,. . , Treasurer Anita Martin ,,,,,,,,,.,, , .,,,., , Tresaurer Miss Pearl Hall ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,.,.,.., Adviser The Triads, put on the annual Spring Tea and the Art Assembly. The Club presents to the Student Body each year pictures made by the art students. First row: Kathryn Korn, Hazel Knowles, Billie Jean Marteeny, Charlotte West, Carole Chapman, Roberta Boyse, Dorle Baldwin, Emma Hazelwood, Gene Bullock, Gloria Thompson, Joan Hoagland. Second row: Virginia Scholl, Daphne Henderson, Irma Os- mer, Gloria Berg, Glenn O'Brian, Gloria Garr, Billie Weeks, Vera Ellis, Esta Radspinner, Bettie Rose Salvagno, Anita Martin. Third row: Miss P. Hall, Lois Henker, Donald Ram- age, Virginia Winn, Elaine Bailey, Sami Iwamoto, Evelyn Pepper, Bettie Butts, Blanche Hanner, Irene Stevens. Fourth row: Homer Young, LeRoy Drake, Kenneth Freeman, Bud Kammer, Nelson Vaughan, Zona Lambert, Arlene Goheen, Oriel Ehle. Others: Leo Wood, Jim Hanson, Marian Owen, Betty Jean Patch, Ruth Sanderson, Ruth Louise Wiesinger, Puppet Club Phillip Gibbons ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, President Kay Allison ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,.,,,.,..,. Treasurer Miss Thelma Stephens ., .,,...,..,,,, , Adviser The Puppet Club spent the year carving wood, modeling clay, and assembling pup- pets, while looking forward to the production of the puppet play, Cinderella. First row: Dolores Auburg, Evelyn Biggs, Zella Mae Holladay, Maxine Keith. Sec- ond row: Gwen Shaffer, Kay Allison, Connie Phelps, Edith McFarland. Third row: Miss Thelma Stephens, Phillip Gibb-ons. Quill and Scroll Miss Dorothy Lois Smith, Adviser Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary Society for High School Journalists. The members are given the special honor of membership because they have excelled in editorial, reportorial, or business staff work. First row: Lila Lee, Barbara Douthit, Charlotte Rose, Peggy Gaiser, Phyllis Evans. Second row: Jeanne Berg, Virginia Scholl, Miss Dorothy Lois Smith. Third row: Phil Sorensen, Junior Thornton, Ivan Settles, Ralph Conway. 58 if 'Q HE--2-'gg' 2... ,, , ,W ,, 1:,:yEw31.g WEE: se :Y . mm -9 :E -2:1 3 rg, Ep S if ,..s::5 . Q: nw :Fil Siszw: :- 'h . 335:1 1 E s E is zo' ' sf- . is if SQ' .4 5315 51 gn. ,F :E 2 ,S Q i 3 I ' 3 - S2 2 fe 23,3311-Mu . . . N55 Iidw zrw: 1-A 1, 1' 1 W, , fi e '- '-2 , ? 3 2- 'fx x ' 51 x .f 'isalr 52 53 5 2 s si Sf: 12521 fa ,sim , .C wi g VN? , , W 52 14:f5f333x yzkszqfsii ' ' 'ESF 5243 use Z x , 2 x x 2 X Y XX ' Q- , . xg::s:sis:.wi35 1:32-.-:rm Y1F13EitB::f1w .q:X.3,x.:' Y-fist iw 6 N M x ia, 5? ., E 2 2 :SS S22 i E ' f :l:s zss 5325 ggi P 13222 'EL .m. S Q 3 NG .5 za- -194 .NRI ffE:E:g.S:f Order of Gregg Artists Gwen Shaffer ..,,.,77,7,7,, ,....,....,7,7, P resident Mary Whitehead ,,77, ,,,7 ,,,,,, T 1 'easurer Katherine Habich ..,,.,.,,,,,,, Vice President Rose Ellen Anderson 7,,,,,,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,, Editor Heda Iida ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,............,,,,,,. Secretary Miss Webber ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Adviser The Order of Gregg Artists is an organization of commercial majors who have both the Cg.G.A. certificate for correct shorthand writing style and the Competent Typist certi cate. Vancouver High School shorthand students won fourth place in the annual inter- national O.G.A. Contest sponsored by the Gregg Company. Sixty-two 'O.G.A. certificates and fifty-six gold pins were awarded. First row: Rose Ellen Anderson, Iris Batty, Katherine Habich, Margery Morehouse, Kathryn Hulse, Mary Whitehead, Berniece Raetz, Mary Wilkinson Heda Iida. Second row: Gwen Shaffer, Emilene Bjork, Marjorie Bleth, Edith McFarland, Ivan Settles, Helen Albertson, Ellen Boydstun, Virginia Hundley, Miss Webber. Inkifingers Lucile Laws c,,,,,,,,,,,,,,iiiii.,......,...,, President Kentner Scott ,,,,,.cccc...........,...,.. ,.., S ecretary Mrs. Hilma Powers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,......,.. ,. Adviser The Inkifingers Club is composed of students suiiiciently interested in creative writ- ing to produce verse and prose for Club criticism and suggestions. First row: Sherry Peters, Patty Castle, Doris Wiley, Audrey Archer, Barbara Douthit, Lucile Laws, Charlotte Rose, Peggy Gaiser. Second row: Kentner Scott, Mrs. Powers, Howard Kerns, Larry Petery. Others: Myra Barlow, Gloria Newall, Jeanne Ewers. Spanish Club Barbara Douthit .. ..., .......c...... . . President Lenore Johnson ,,c,c,,,.,....,........ .... S ecretary Jack Christensen .,.,..,,...,..,, Vice President Miss Lucile Robinson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Adviser The Spanish Club, gave a play for all the students of Spanish, sponsored the Pan- American spirit in Vancouver High School, and decorated appropriately the Hough School where they served a luncheon during Pan-American month. First row: Barbara Spurgeon, Lencre Johnson, Barbara Anne Krohn, Cora Van Prooyen, Luella Bjork, Ellen Tokola, Barbara Douthit, Zella Mae Holladay, Charlotte Rose, Frances Ludwig. Second row: Carol Poe, Bill Smith, Billy Long, Elaine Pelletier, LeRoy Drake, Jack Christensen, John Bulger, Carol Haab, Miss Robinson. Lettermen's Club Bill Wood ., ,.,..,.,,.,.... . .,.c,.... , ....... ., President James Frank . .,.c,,,,c,c.,,c,,.,.,c,..,. Secretary Jack Davis ,.,,..,,,.,.,,,,...,,,,,,, Vice President Mr. Marshall Shields .,,,...,.....,.,. Adviser The Lettermen's Club is made up of boys who have earned letters in major sports and who have been recommended by their coaches and passed on by the Student Council. First row: Bill Hale, Frank Lackey, Jack Christensen, James Frank, Jack Davis, Bob Boettcher, Bob Carlile, Bill Lawhead, Bill Sealey, Bill Wood. Second row: Mr. Shields, Earl Simpkins, Charles -Officer, Vernon Kindsfather, Bob Stange, Stuart Ripley, Lewis Grant, Bert Allinger, Keith Neely, Stanley Goumlkiewicz, Bob Sandifur, Everett DeLong, Eugene French. Third row: Jim Edwards, Gene Flock, Kay Lounsbury, Don Davis, Frank Heller, Richard Jacobson, Bill Hoff, Jim Lawrence, George Regas. Projection and Stage Crews Mr. Delmar Harris ,.., Projection Adviser Mr. Jack Stallcop ..... ,...,..., S tage Adviser The Stage and Projection Crews, voulunteer groups of industrious and efficient workers, spend long hours serving the school. The Stage Crew constructs scenery for Vancouver High productions, moves furnishings, and adjusts stage curtains. The Pro- jction Crew handles movies and works the amplifier for stage and football. Together these boys are in charge of the mechanics of school assemblies. First row: Alfred Wu, Vernon Wachter, George Martin, Frank DeGrande, Mique Talcott, Bill White, Jim Ryan, Charles Holden. Second row: Willard Ghormley, Bob Boettcher, Mr. D. V. Harris, Mr. J. K. Stallcop. 60 -Q. 1 212 A -A J: 1 E15 'fu - if 1 5 2 5 'v gg e w 55 5, 5? 2 3 'xx ' Q EE: W2 si ii M531 52 2 4 1 1 1 , 3:3 5, I- ,. mag-, 1 Q' 'VM if E? i Q?5ff?fSj?? 15129. M' 1 32 V 1 l l11ll 5 5f 3g 22 ' Wif i 3225: xiii ? ..., : gg 55 .1 'is A , 'Q 2? 5? S Q 1, 9 eg 3 K "Q-111 .1 '25 2 2 i Band Mr. Wallace H. Hannah, Director Entered National Regional Music Meet, Eugene, Oregon, May 15th and 16th. Superior rating Southwest Washington Music Meet: Lloyd Boddy, Bass Trombone, Audrey Webb, Oboe: Richard Burnett, Baritone. Brass Quartette. Marjorie Mclver, Madge Cornelius, Colleen Gettman, Margaret Mclver, Drum Ma- jorettesg Alice May Knapp, Maxine Kilpatrick, Glockenspielg Marilyn Miller, Cymbals: Zoe Sitton, Burton Washburn, Drummers. First row: Ray Wellman, Dorothy Druet, Lu- cile Laws, Nancy McMullen, Kalmon Greene, Ralph Conway, Jimmy Andresen, Bob Pat- terson. Beverley Cofiield, Margery Morehouse, Jeanette Grant, Elaine Sugg, Donna Elm- gren, Willamine Zollo, Dorothy Zastrow, Virginia Stewart, Elaine Pelletier, Bob Rynning. Second row: Carl Marshall, Junior Green, Bob Sandifur, Eugene Shirk, Maxine Keith, Virginia Keiser, Bruce Thompson, Louise Spence, Wanda Russell, Connie Phelps, Bud Rider, Bill Miller, Vernon Wachter, Orin Swanson, Ralph Root, Robert Morrow, Dick Johnston, Dale Hodgson. Third row: Bonnie Addleman, Glenn Light, Lynn Sharp, Lyle Leach, Al Kephart, Lawrence Fanning, Lloyd Boddy, Marjorie Endicott, Ed Brown, Na- dine Kilpatrick, Patty Castle, Byham Morgan, Bob Ortega, Richard Burnett. Basses: Marie Andresen, Dick Scheetz, Lester Gusey, Frank Heller, Billy White. Others: Wayne Bowman, Bob Carlile, Norma Carson, Glenn Dallas, Barbara Froom, Gordon Goude, Bob Harter, Lawton Hull, Paxton Hunter, Lois Hutton, Jeannine Kimmel, Dick Knight, Lynn Ryan, Pit Stanton, Audrey Webb, Howard Heimbuch, Bob Gill, Jim Thompson, Harvey Debolt, Richard Leach. Choir Mr. Wallace H. Hannah, Director Entered National Regional Music Meet. Eugene, Oregon, May 15th and 16th. Superior rating Southwest Washington Music Meet: Evelyn Jarrett, Girl's Medium Voice, Bill Miller, Boyle High, Voice: Bill Beasley, Bogfs Low Voice and Piano. Excellent rating: Mary Jo Arends, Girl's High Voice, Bill Maxon, Bogfs Medium. First row: Charlotte Houghton, Helen Goddard, Frances Prew, Betty MacComber, Peggy Gaiser, Eleanor Zinn, Phyllis Parsons, Joyce Fiss, Peggy Collins, Virginia Hund- ley, Beverley Coffield, Jean Adams. Second row: Margueritte Peppel, Evelyn Jarrett, Dorothy Northup, Mary Jo Arends, Wilma Wark, Charlotte Rose, Iris Batty, Priscilla Johnstone, Dorothy Crites, Kathryne Hulse, Martha Suesens, Ellen Bailey. Third row: Peggy Isreal, Noryne Grams, June Rombough, Doris Whearty, Lorraine Rosen, Phyllis Evans. Fourth row: Jennylyn Douty, Georgia Edwards, Marjorie Bleth, Anne Morehouse, Elaine Bailey, Maxine Ingebright, Geraldine Volker, Oleta Spray, Donna Thompson, Ruby Beatty, Helen Haley, Helen Albertson, Gloria Newall. Fifth row: Billie Burk, Bill Beasley, Don Carpenter, Bill Miller, Dick Lloyd, Bill Maxon, Kenneth Lorentz, Bert Reeves, John Newton, Llewellyn Daniels, Mr. Hannah. Sixth row: Bill Volker, Robert Francis, Bob Leichner, David Harris, Gene Flock, Bob Guifnette, Kempton Berdinner, Everett Mather, Bill Weigel. Seventh row: Bill Hiser, Marshall Hodge, James McConnell, Nelson Vaughan, Curtis Minor, Evert Kersteter, Tom MacComber. Others: Geraldine Bales, Jack Davis, Ruby Keiser, Winifred Mikesell, Carol Poe, John Peters, Bill Copps, Bill Woodruff, Leland Lane. Orchestra Mr. Daniel O. Backman, Director Entered National Regional Music Meet, Eugene, Oregon, May 15th and 16th. Superior rating Southwest Washington Music Meet: Betteyvonne Jones, Viola, Do- lores Young, Violin. First row: Mr. Backman, Lawton Hull, Betty Lou Lamb, Eva Ruth Filer, Mary Ellen Fisher, Marion Oneal, June Phillips. Second row: Bonnie Addleman, Dolores Young, Helen Sanderson, Bonnie Larson, Genevieve Harlan, Pauline Yaroker, Wayne Mason, Francis Winn, Ellen Tokola, Betteyvonne Jones. Third row: Darrel Stotts, Irene Boyd- stun, Maxine Firestone, Verna Beatty, Eileen Klir, Ardell Olson, Carol Haab, Maxine Kilpatrick, Laura Eurick, Dorothy Brown, Naomi Wells. Fourth row: Joyce Yost, Mari- lyn Hogg, Mildred Ward, Priscilla Schumann, Gwen Davis, Beverley Coiiield, Margery Morehouse, Audrey Webb, Frank Wheeler, Carl Wanless, Harry Frier. Fifth row: Junior Green, Al Kephart, Glenn Light, Lynne Sharp, Jeanette Grant, Elaine Sugg, Robert Rynning, Dorothy Druet, Lucile Laws. Sixth row: Patty Castle, Nadine Kilpatrick, Norma Carson, Dick Johnston, 'Orin Swanson, Burton Washburn, Dale Hodgson, Ed Brown, Lloyd Boddy, Nelson Vaughan. Seventh row: Isabele Newkirk, Mary Jane Bliss, Marie Andresen. Others: Bob Maxon, Jackie McCollum. String Quartette Entered National Regional Music Meet, Eugene, Oregon, May 15th and 16th. Superior rating Southwest Washington Music Meet. Left to right: Betteyvonne Jones, Bonnie Addleman, Lawton Hull, Dolores Young. INSET, left to right: Mr. Wallace Hannah, Mr. Daniel Backman, 62 5 ix .. M B N 2 S we kg E 1 -Ng: x 5 E C 'Q Wi 25 5 Q H S Nm 1 '3 5 W win Q 3 325 X f LQ. I-2 3352 1? Eh ' :asv gf' it , S s, ,A E QQ iw 3 SW 2' 3 ik x .. ix if 3 13211, 2 ,M 1 S if 1' 15:1 1 :i Q 'Qi 5 '5 14 3? as? ' s Sli see 5: 3: S ff: cl -Q We 3 is 3 if 11 1 , 5 ",' Qi E3 1:51, Ni 5 lf,.iiH 1 -Q. ., E S 5 . M S05 Honor Dramatic Society Students who excel in dramatic art, in stage craft, or in electrical or sound produc- tion and who have given generously of their talents to the school are elected to member- ship in the Honor Dramatic Society. The faculty committee making the awards consists of Mrs. Powers, chairman, Mr. DeYoung, Miss von Berg, Miss Pearl Hall, and Miss Smith. First row: Miss Dorothy Lois Smith, Gloria Newall, Phyllis Evans, Barbara Douthit, Jane Sparks, Helen Albertson, Pat Norwood, Priscilla Johnstone, Zelma Lewis, Marian Peterson. Second row: Bob Sandifur, Mr. Henry DeYoung, Miss Dorothea von Berg, Miss Pearl Hall, Jimmy DeLong, Mrs. Hilma Powers, LeRoy Drake, Willard Ghormley, Mique galcott, Bill Long. Others: Frank DeGrande, Albert Cross, Patti Farnsworth, Phil orensen. Senior Play, "Ever Since Eve" Miss Dorothy Lois Smith ,,,,.,,,..,,.,,. Coach Miss Ruth Hall ,,,,..,.,.... . ....,. , Head Adviser "Ever Since Eve," a comedy in three acts by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements, who wrote Vancouver Highs 1940 Senior Play "June Mad," deals with the struggle be- tween the boys and girls as to the best plan for improving their high school newspaper. Characters Mrs. Clover ,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,. R oberta Roberts Henry Quinn ,.,..,, ,,,,,,,. . ., LeRoy,Rrake Johnny Clover ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, P hil Sorensen Lucybelle Lee ,,.,,,..,...,,,, Patti Farnsworth Mr. Clover ,,...,... ,,,,,,.... C arl Mudge Preston Hughes .,..,...,.,.,...,,...,. . ..,, Bill Hale Spud Erwin ,.,.,. ,.,....... . ., Al Cross Pals of Susan .... Pat Castle, Zoe Sitton Susan Blake ,...... L ...., . .. Gloria Newall and Margery Morehouse Betsy Erwin ,,.,,,.....,,.. Barbara Douthit Football Players, Bill Wood, Doug Wright, Martha Willard .. , .,,....,, ,,,. W ilma Wark Millard Adams and Gordon Christensen Officer fCappyJ Simmons ,....... Bill Long First row: Miss Smith, Patty Castle, Margery Morehouse, Wilma Wark, Carl Mudge, LeRoy Drake, Phil Sorensen, Al Cross, Roberta Roberts, Barbara Douthit, Patti Farns- worth, Zoe Sitton. Second row: Carol Poe, Katherine Habich, Marian Swayze, Dorothy Hill, Geraldine Volker, Helen Albertson, Lucile Laws, Jean Paeth, Nancy Hogg, Evelyn Biggs. Third row: Miss Ruth Hall, Jimmy DeLong, Bill Long, Huntly Grant, Arthur Blunt, Bob Boettcher, Willard Ghormley, Glenn Light, Elmer Reynolds. Others: Hera May Sharp, Frank Lackey, Oriel Ehle, June Butts, Pat Hipskind, George Martin, Lor- raine Rosen, Frank DeGrande, Jim Ryan, Alfred Wu, Ralph Thompson, Bill White, Gloria Newall, Bill Hale, Bill Wood, Millard Adams, Doug Wright, Gordon Christensen. Costume Committee Miss Beulah Porter, Adviser The Costume Committee, advised by Miss Beulah Porter makes costumes for the an- nual Vodvil and checks, mends and presses them between performances. They issue cos- tumes for regular student assemblies and adjust the many choir robes and band uniforms. Left to right: Virginia Midkiif, Kathryne Hulse, Mae Welfring, Eleanor Briggs Miss Porter, Virginia Scholl, Charlotte West, Hera May Sharp, Lorraine Rosen. Make-Up Club y Donna Thompson . President Barbara Krohn .. . .. President Betty Tramblay ,,,,,,, Vice President Maxine Ingebright .,.,,,,,,,,, Vice President Genevieve Harlan .... . ., .. .. ....., Secretary Doris Westendorf , , . Secretary Nancy Powers ,, . ,...,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. C ustodian Genevieve Harlan ..,.. ......, C ustodian Geraldine Burnham .,.., . Librarian Zona Lambert .........., .................. L ibrarian Miss Ruby Evans ....... ., , . ,.., . Adviser Members of the Make-Up Club, helped by their director, Miss Ruby Evans, are re- sponsible for making up students who appear in Various performances on our stage. Their most important tasks are making up characters for the Vodvil and the Senior Play, First row: Veva Reeves, Barbara Krohn, Marjorie Ericksen, Bette Baltezore, Gene- vieve Harlan, Donna Thompson, Doris Westendorf. Second row: Elaine DuPuis, Phyllis Munroe, Betty Stanley, Zona Lambert, Maxine Ingebright, Doris Root, Nancy Powers, Miss Evans. Others: Becky Jones, Kentner Scott, Marian Owen. INSET: Miss Dorothy Lois Smith, Dramatics Coach. 64 ECSKEFWQ. :za-N 3.- ,z-.xx 4:52539 I-1:2 xv: ,:: '-Ezkszcw -. 2'23f:::: :::':'-155 41,4 EMM ax-g,,1.1:g4f1: gt :yxscrdls '::s::.:,:w-N R. .Q .. ff? : affezaswea ,ga , "Es E25 isfrsesguv as uggrwg -A.. : P ,,.,1,wg::s,..3 .,,,,W Sgxigiavosx 255231, 5 .Img- :mm ww 1 'z 1.3 55555 ig S 'safe a suv-IMS? gx V Q, fvx s gl-N: 1 ,,, , X 32.4 's 13 Vodvil Helen Johnston Barber, Production Chairman Fountain Ballet The action of the eleventh annual Vodvil took place in the Edgewood Hotel where a troupe of actors staying over night, gave a dress rehearsal for the hotel patrons. The Fountain Ballet, with the choregraphy written by Alexander Oumansky, included tirst row: Marilyn Carr, Marjorie Mclver, Joyce Barnes, Charlotte West, Berniece Raetz, June Lineham, Zelma Lewis, Esther Keith, Shirley Burton, Beverley Coliield, Nancy Powers, Virginia Larimer. Second row: Phyllis Parsons, Gloria Berg, Eleanor Zinn, Lorraine Rosen, Phyllis Munroe, Evelyn Bonnell, Helen Sanderson, Lucille Zollo, Jenny- lyn Douty, Marion Clifton, Quindaro Hatch, Pat Kogan, Mary Jane Bliss, Margaret Bearss, Jeanne Ewers, Martha Suesens, Mary Ella Hodgson, Pat Stanton, Nadine Haney. Others: Velma Wheeler. "The Trysting Place" "The Trysting Place" by Booth Tarkington, a comedy in one act, revolved around persons staying at the Edgewood Hotel. The characters were Bob Sandifur, Pat Cross, Bill Long, Marian Peterson, LeRoy Drake, Pat Norwood, Kentner Scott. Strike Up the Band-La Conga One of the hits of the show was a modern Conga Dance including, left to right, Dorothy Rosen, Bradley Ewers, Noreen Leigh, Eugene Shirk, Hera Mae Sharp, Bob Anderson, Coralie Maxim, John Baumeister, Peggy Payne, Bill Sealey, Calvin Olson, Burton Washburn, Natalie Hanks, Ivan Settles, Doris Whearty, Bob Teal, Gwen Davis, Don Carpenter, Colleen Gettman, Bruce Raymond, Jean Whitney, Stanley Reis. Bob Patterson's swing band, which added a rhythmic touch to the Vodvil included, First row: Mary Jo Arends, Jimmy Andresen, Bill Miller, Buddy Rider, Bob Patterson. Second row: Nadine Kilpatrick, Dick Johnston, Dale Hodgson, Marie Andresen, Al Cross, Bill Beasley. Athletic Interlude In the tumbling act the girls gracefully mixed tumbling with acrobatics. The tum- blers were Lillian Arbour, Louise Whitehead, Esther Keith, Norma Hilberg, Beverley Coffield, Betty Stonehouse, Leora Griffin, Corinne J anikowski. Orchestra One of the hardest jobs in this year's Vodvil went to the orchestra which included, standing, Isabelle Newkirk, Marie Andresen, Jean Adams, Peggy Gaiser, Maxine Fire- stone, seated, Joyce Yost, Mildred Ward, Marilyn Hogg, Verna Beatty, Dorothy Brown, Darrel Stotts, Wayne Mason, Eva Ruth Filer, Bob Rynning, Mary Ellen Fisher, Dorothy Druet, Nelson Vaughan, Margery Morehouse, Elaine Sugg, Albert Kephart, Junior Green, Orin Swanson, Dale Hodgson, Dick Johnston, Ed Brown, Nadine Kilpatrick, Lloyd Boddy. Sweethearts-Bolero Ballet A romantic and picturesque act was given by the Swing Ballet in scene two, First row center: Patty Castle, Beverly Peer, Jackie McCollum, Priscilla Schumann. Second row center: Marilyn Miller, Lucile Laws, Bill Beasley, Evelyn Jarrett, Geraldine Volker, Ellen Bailey. Singers in the background: Georgia Edwards, Helen Haley, Mary Jo Arends, Wilma Wark, Marilyn Kern, Katheryne Hulse, Peggy Collins, Iris Batty. The bolero dance aided by black lights made a grand finale. The dancers down front are Madge Cornelius, Virginia Midkilf, Donna Leathers, Zoe Sitton, Zelma Lewis, Virginia McGoun, Mary Whitehead. Others: Berniece Raetz. INSET: Helen'Johnston Barber 66 :QSQYPEWPE EN:5,Ai4IxIvk?. , .,.1...: G M, 'E'E EG'E35'ZEiEESE2E2 -M .-.,:,::.,. . ffiiifyfliiz 1 72Q2EiE355.5E2EIEi lx! 55223 rf" 2 X 1 X y 'ff-1:52, 35 :YE :E3'5'51Sf E1I:3v ,., A,-f :f:.-N! ii? 4 Q. ,113-::::,::i:,1.s ::P?22::sH:-:W -.fq::wQ::2ss 'iirif'-5-2339 4:SJ.5T'3:F?f- T5S::QRS'I,'xRVE ., N, . e S23 i3? 3f f l ?ZfJ? 3 'ws :1w:1:,:,:5:f' I .',,,.,.,... , ,, Y PA 5 XS Nffifgk KJ Na as QQ 2 WWW X., ww RPA. iifiiffifii v 3 4 Qy- Nzxaf Football Riding high on the crest of a thirteen game winning streak that stretched far back into the 1940 season and carried them to a championship in 1941, Vancouver's potent Trapper's were faced this year not only with re-moulding a powerful successor to last year's unbeaten aggregation but with the double responsibility of defending the confer- ence crown. "Dutch" Shields lost five all-conference stand-outs from last year's star-studded varsity, and was forced to create a winning combination built around the nucleus of only one returning regular and a host of first-line reserves. A winning combination was built, and an amazing string of Trapper sports championships was begun when the crimson gridders snared their second football banner in two years. Jefferson, Portland's perennial pigskin power, snapped the Trapper's two-year win- ning streak when they simply over-ran the inexperienced Red and White squad for a 13 to 0 victory, an inauspicious beginning for a championship season but the only game the Trappers dropped all season. Meeting Longview in the initial conference struggle of the season, the Trappers bowled over the 'Jacks with an impressive early season 19 to 7 demonstration. The Traps completely outplayed Aberdeen's dark-horse eleven 18 to 13 in the second game, only to have the 'Cats throw a major fright and nearly tie the Red and White by dint of two spectacular runs. The Trappers hit mid-season form when they easily tipped Eugene's Axmen 19 to 0 ln a non-conference fuss, and followed with a 39 to 6 scoring exhibition and win over the Tigers of Centralia. Homecoming night the Traps were pitted against Olympia's potentially potent Bears, who held the Trappers to a 20 to 14 half-time advantage' only to have the Crimson machine run wild the second half and win 40 to 14. Hoquiam, with a fast-breaking, deceptive T-formation, was tabbed a major stumbling block in the Trapper's championship drive, but the Traps reached the apex of their efficiency in downing the Grizzlies 34 to 6. Kelso's Scots, fielding a powerful defensive aggregation, provided the Trappers with their closest battle of the season when they held Vancouver to an 8 to 0 win. The Trappers climaxed the season with a 27 to 13 Turkey Day win over Camas and marked finis to another great Vancouver grid campaign. The champions placed four men on the Southwest Washington All-Conference team: Inspiration Man and quarterback Bill Wood, captain and tackle Jack Davis, guard Keith Neely, and halfback Bert Allinger. Bert also eclipsed the six year 72 point conference scoring record by tallying 90 points in six conference games. First Team Reserves Bob Buettr-her llxmiw-tt Dehong Gene Flock James lf'r:mk lillgn-ne l"l'l"IH'll Dick Jacohsrm lfrzink He-ll:-r V, Kinflsfathvr Kay l40llTlSlWlH'Y George Regus Hill Smiley Huh Stamge Elll1f'I'Xl'hltE'. .'lly11'. x Bert Allingox, Hawvack - , , Kaith Neely, Guard Chuck 061801, End '34 xii! 2 1' X M 5 5 5 Hill Rf-if, Flzlilbuak E SX V 'A : 4 W ,f V' 4 ' 1.: K l' ' V H New eomxkiww. new-a wa mms Gaim? , in M., Basketball It was a fighting, perpetually dangerous, pennant-hungry Trapper quintet that brought Vancouver high its first conference basketball championship in four years this year by squeezing through a hectic, chips-down league struggle that wasn't decided until the final game. The Trappers lacked height and werent too loaded with experience, but they com- bined those two ingredients that always brand a champion, fight and the will-to-win, to slither past Kelso Scots and the Chehalis Bearcats and emerge from the 1942 conference joust rulers of the Southwest Washington basketball kingdom. This year's battle for conference booty developed early into a three-way free-for-all among the league's mighties, Vancouver, Kelso and Chehalis. The Trappers opened the season with four consecutive victories over Centralia, Camas, Castle Rock, and Longview, only to have it snapped on the home floor by the Scots in a spine-tingling 27 to 24 thriller. The Red and White came back brilliantly the next week end and staged two sensational away from home scoring sprees in upsetting Chehalis 66 to 53 and Centralia 56-42 on con- secutive nights. Then with the inside lane on the backstretch and apparently set for a sprint finish, the Trappers stumbled and dropped a heart-breaking 44 to 43 decision to Long'view's Lum- berjacks. After this loss the pressure was really on the Trappers, but they came back and again downed Chehalis in a stirring 41 to 46 struggle, snared wins over Castle Rock and Camas, and were again set for the play-off battle with Kelso. Trapper hopes rode with the team that night and Trapper fans prayed for a victory, but actually the affair was a toss-up. Kelso boasted wins over both Vancouver and Long- view, but had been beaten twice by Chehalis which in turn had been beaten twice by the Traps. Such was the situation. After a hair-raising, completely unorthodox first half whgch ended with Kelso ahead 10 to 6, the Trappers surged back and dumped the Scots 27- 2. Representing the southern division of the conference, the Red and White carried hopes for a repeat of 1938's state championship northward when they waged battle against all comers in the state meet at Seattle, but after a pair of first round wins over Toppenish and Lincoln, the Traps fell victim to an almost unbeatable combination of reach and point-making ability and dropped a pair to Bremerton and Everett to cop sixth place in the sixteen team, cream of the crop, tournament. Trapper Coaching Trio v Left to right: Cecil Tuttle, Curl Gustafson, Marshall Shields. fi f "' Jack Davis, Center "'5"' N N A b., fy f if 3 A if ' , .,: ' 5 ,Q 3 'N-X. John Bradley, Forward Q0 T f I . Jggjf: :" vein h nu H Guard 5 r' W' , I-Win Ryan, Forward JA , . W .M- X' , . ' , 4 XXQN 1' , -fv'5E'f I J xiii , xx Bill!-lofi Guard WPEQJ. Bill Woodxuff, Guard . YS'-ana Shirk, f'Y0?'2f?tl'l'd Bill Lawhoad, Forward Ben 'manga' Ffffwfwi Iggy g,ick,,m, Maxam Track Last year they tabbed the Trapper trackmen the greatest in Vancouver history after they had stampeded unchecked through all opposition, but even the most optomistic sooth- sayer of sports would not concede the Trappers such a repeat of glory after the loss 'via graduation of virtually all the outstanding sprint and jump talent from last year's pre- cision-balanced squad. Fate struck the Trappers early when Bob Carlile, stellar pole vaulter and high jump- er, snapped an arm in an early season tragedy, and the mist settled more heavily when a year-long leg injury hobbled Frank Lackey, reigning mile king of S-outhwest Washing- ton. But all the stars weren't gone. Back was Bert Allinger, Jim Edwards, Stan Gomul- kiewicz, Dick Woodworth, Jack Christensen. Jim Lawrence, and potential power enough from last year's alternates and this year's newcomers to again post the Trappers as a Southwest Washingon cinder power. But the experts were shaking their heads, conceding the Trappers as sure threats but not as Southwest Washing'ton's cream of trackdom. The Traps were forced out of Oregon competition this year and relinquished their Hayward Relays trophy without a struggle, levelling their sights for a defense of their two other major relay championships, the Centralia and Longview Relays. At the Cen- tralia Relays, it looked as though the experts were right when the Red and White dropped a close decision to Stadium of Tacoma and lost the Centralia cup. The Longview Relays the Trappers copped in stride, and followed closely with a triangular meet Victory at Longview, but the big prize was the District championship. Both Hoquiam and -Olympia, top-heavy with individual talent, were picked as one- two threats to Vancouver's title, but the Trappers were literally "loaded for bear," May 9, when they scored a brilliant championship defense and won the meet for the second year 3893 points to 30 for Olympia and 2853 for Hoquiam. In winning the meet and District title, the Trappers qualified five men for the state meet at Pullman, May 16: Bert Allinger in the shot put, Stan Gomulkiewicz in the mile, Jim Edwards in the high hurdles, Jack Christensen in the 880, and Jim Shattuck in the pole vault. So ended a clean-sweep in major sport championships for the Trappers-football, basketball, and track in one epoch-making sport year. Track Squad Front row: Kenney Roberts, Lewis Grant, Frank Lackey, Dick Woodworth, Bob Stange, Jack Christensen, Bert Allinger, Stanley Gomulkiewicz, Richard Jacobson, Bill Wood, Bob Teal, Dale Hodgson. Second row: Jim Lawrence, Dick Lloyd, Ray Wellman, Tommy Nelson, John Satter- thwaite, Paul Shuman, Delbert Eurick, Ernie Officer, Bill Smith, Leo Wood, Howard Heimbuck. Third row: Jack Lawrence, Buddy Rider, John Zumwalt, Wilbur Chapman, Gene Flock, Bob Hunter, Orloff Miller, Jim Edwards, Carl Wanless. Fourth row: Mr. Gustafson, Wayburn Thomp- son, John Cunningham, Don Millar, Don Davis, Clare Powers, Paul Franklin. Jim Llvvrxanmi fldlclidduxun Sim fbmk Wwdwema Bob Simms Swimming Mrs. Ema Lou Harvey, Coach Competing independently of the Washington High School League against teams from Central Y.M.C.A., Portland, Salem High School, Northeast Y.M.C.A., Portland, and Long- view High School, the Trapper Mermen climaxed an otherwise uneventful season with a win over the Northeast "Y" squad. First row: Allen Fountain, Phil Sorensen, Gale Van Tassel, Raymond Dunbar, Alan Darling. Second row: Ralph Dunbar, Bob Leichner, Bob Boettcher, Burton Finley, Don Millar. Rifle Club Robert Rynning ..,,.. r.l,,,,r,,rr, P resident Lila Lee r,r.....,,,,.rr,r,,r,r ,rr,,... S ecretary Richard Johnson .,,,..l,...,..,. Vice President Mr. Carl Gustafson ,,,rr,r,,rr,,r,rrrr,r.,. Adviser The Rifle Club, which uses the new gym as its practice range, has three people who have shot perfect scores: Lila Lee, Richard Crouch, and Bob Rynning. Many other mem- bers have earned ratings of lesser marksmanship. The government furnishes the ammunition and two rifles for the Club. First row: Anita Bohl, Jean Perry, Maxine Kilpatrick, Rose Marie Burger, Myra Barlow, Marcia Knapp, Lila Lee, Marjorie Bleth, Barbara Tramblay, Virginia Keiser, Kay Allison. Second row: Bob Maden, Huntly Grant, Bill Smith, Niel Haifey, Clarence Ecklund, Bob Rynning, Richard Johnson, Rex Frieze, Lawrence Hover, Robert Morrow, Wayne Bowman. Tennis Lila Lee ,,,,,,,,.,,,,., , .... ....,. G irls' Manager Raleigh Guilford ,,,,t, ,,,.,., B oys' Chairman Miss Jean Carter ...,,...,..r... . Girls' Adviser Mr. Lester Swartz ...,,,.,...... .Boys' Adviser Four nights a week the tennis courts are reserved for tennis club members. The boys' and girls' tennis teams are made up from those that have won in the elimination matches held within the club. First row: Gloria Newall, Marilyn Carr, Priscilla Schumann, Gwen Davis, Mary Jane Bliss, Judy Daniels, Delphine Kuhn, Marjorie Mclver, Margaret Mclver. Second row: Kathryn Korn, Lila Lee, Lorraine Lounsbury, Roberta Powers, Lois Hutton, Marcia Knapp, Joan Wassenar, Joan Swain, Annabelle Scott, Jean Carpenter. Third row: Bob Maxon, Bill Maxon, Dale Wells, Jack Davis, Eugene Shirk, Bill Sealey, Miss Carter, Willamine Zollo. Boxing Mr. Ca1'l Gustafson, Coach Strong in material but weak in experience, Coach Carl Gustafson's boxing team com- peted twice this year against the Kelso Scots, scrapping the initial bout to a tie and drop- ping the second one. First row: Jack Belongia, Ralph Conway, Alan Darling, Billy Birk, Dick Cribb, Mervyn Leathers, Bert Reeves. Second row: Merlin Wedepohl, Kay Lounsbury, Charles Officer, Bob Stange, Louie Grant, Stuart Ripley. 74 :ml .5 335' 8 gal 1 2 SI: 3 Ei ii 2562? EW 5. Q: rea 2, mg ,-z 1: W- 21 2 31 ,N S ,gn 61:53, ' 'ii 1: 512112, 55511552 Eg P1 'mi wg 1:1 is E .22 eff 2 : 5 ww . 15, '13 sg 5? Eg Qui, .:,gi1?5, 555375 .12 A -ze ,Ham 5 si ii Ei ' S515 " asfss .s. .W Eg 5,2325 w PK? s:2 :X--sr? Wa 'X ag QM, N g Q x is 2 if E. X555 iii EIIEEE SEQ i Q i Q L ig Sw S 1" ' E1E':-:-::EfEIE: ,.: x,, , J Intramural Sports Mr. James D. Miller Y,,,,,,,,,r. Director of Intramural Sports Mclvin DuPaul ., ,.r,,,,,r,,,,,r,, .r,,.,,r M anager Lloyd Johnson . ,,,r,,,, Assistant Manager Football Skills Mrs. Margaret Page Johnson's Group, Champions Out of seventeen advisory groups one hundred and twenty-five boys turned out for eight different events. Skill and brawn both pay premiums in this contest, giving smaller contestants equal opportunity. First row: George Belisle, Mervin Leathers, Donald Miller, Orin Swans-on. Second row: Bill Birk, Jack Lander, Bob Patterson, Harvey Debolt. Third row: Howard Kerns, Perry Elliott, Bob Snider, Jim Ericksen. Volleyball Mr. David G. Miller's Group, Champfions A hotly contested volleyball race ended with Mr. Dave Millers group grabbing their first championship after being pushed to the limit by Mrs. Hughes' runners-up. Swimming Mr. David G. Mil1er's G1'oup, Champions Included each year in the intramural program is a swimming meet. Any boy in Van- couver High can enter except those who have made their letters in swimming. This event saw Mr. Dave Miller's group take their third plaque in a row by cap- turing 29 points. Not far behind was Mr. Jack Stallcop's group with 20 points. First row: Jim Edwards, Don Millar, Gordon Goude. Second row: Alan Darling, Phil Sorensen. Basketball Mr. David G. Miller's Group, Champions Not only the most popular but one of the fastest sports is basketball. This sieason was brilliant and long. After three weeks of tough competition, Mr. Dave Millers Senior boys won the championship by defeating Miss Pearl Hal1's Sophomore group. First row: Bill Paeth, Bob Carlile, Bill Woodruff. Second row: Leon Jelsma, Bob Boettcher, Dick Woodworth. -Others: Alan Darling, Eugene French, Gale Mills. Track Mrs. Helen Barber's Group, Champions This year because of bad weather no records were broken and the time on all races was somewhat slower than usual. However, one hundred and fifty boys participated. Win- ning the track title was Mrs. Barber's group with 34 points. Second was Miss Robinson's group with 26 points. Mr. Tuttle's and Mrs. Hughes' groups tied for third with 24V2 points each. Left to right: Bob Teal, Wilbur Chapman, Paul Shuman, Newel Howard, Louis Grant, Richard Jacobson, Dick Woodworth, Bill Wood, Gordon Christensen, Ray Price. Cross Country Mr. David G. Miller's Group, Champions A gruelling grind of over two miles of Vancouver's streets is a feat for only physi- cally iit young men. Out of one hundred-forty starters powerful Dick Woodworth came galloping home with the bacon to cut the record again, running the route in 12 minutes 52.2 seconds. Right behind Dick was Stan Gomulkiewicz, and close on Stans heels came Jack Christensen. Again the advisory group of the year, Mr. Dave Miller's Senior boys, chalked up their fourth win by copping 20 points. Second highest was Mr. Harris's group with 14 points. Left to right: Howard Heimbuch, Stanley Gomulkiewicz, Bob Stange, Jack Christen- sen, Delbert Eurick, Dick Woodworth, Werner Stadleman, Ernie Officer, Orlofi' Miller. 76 if ESF' : 5:2 we Q , 1 E I E Girls' Athletic Association Pat Hipskind . . ,,,,,,,, ,. ,,,,, President Arlene Goheen , .,7, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,7 S ecretcwy Betty Acker ,,,Y,,, , , H ,7,, Vice President Billie Jean Marteeny ,,7,,,,,,7,, ,. Treasurer' Miss Betty Lou Millikin, Adviser The Girls' Athletic Association encourages the girls to have good sportsmanship, a friendly cooperative spirit, and high ideals in all phases of life, mentally and physicaly, to strive for better health and scholarship, to participate in social functions, and to take a continuous interest in sports. Each year the G.A.A. sponsors the annual Homecoming dance and an assembly pro- gram, and offers recreation for all girls who are interested in athletics. First row: Betty Lou Keeney, Katherine Maas, Jean Whitney, Lenore Johnson, Betty Lou Lamb, Dorothy Hill, Mary Ellen Fisher, Gloria Newall, Marjorie Endicott, Lorraine Rosen, Betty Hines. Second row: Dorothy Rosen, Nancy Hogg, Leora Griiiin, Mary White- head, Phyllis Monroe, Zoe Sitton, Charlotte West, Mildred Betz, Ruby Beatty, Cor- inne Janikowski, Billie Jean Marteeny. Third row: Hera May Sharp, Doris Whearty, Carol Poe, Darleen Dailey, Helen Johnston, Pauline Gobel, Evelyn Bonnell, Beverley Coiiield, Pat Cross, Peggy Payne, Noryne Grams. Fourth row: Velma White, Lila Lee, Marjorie Bleth, Edris Cramer, Cora Van Prooyen, Pat Kogan, Betty Haney, Louise Elliott, Carol Vernon, Nancy McMullen, Virginia McGoun. Fifth row: Noreen Leigh, Winifred Mikesell, Helen Albertson, Lois Hutton, Geraldine Volker, Arlene Goheen, Miss Millikin, Frances Erickson, Roberta Vernon, Bettie Butts, Virginia Scholl, Pat Hipskind. Lettergirls Miss Betty Lou Millikin, Adviser A girl has the opportunity in G.A.A. to work for and earn points according to her abil- ity to participate in the various sports. When she has accumulated one hundred points, she is then entitled to wear the crimson and white "V" of Vancouver High School, and be- come a member of the Lettergirls' Club. First row: Carol Poe, Virginia McGoun, Hera May Sharp, ,Nancy McMullen, Wini- fred Mikesell, Pat Hipskind, Geraldine Volker, Helen Albertson, Lila Lee, Mildred Betz, Ruby Beatty, Corinne Janikowski, Charlotte West, Leora Griflin, Billie Jean Marteeny. Second row: Katherine Maas, Jean Whitney, Helen Johnson, Noreen Leigh, Marjorie Bleth, Lois Hutton, Arlene Goheen, Miss Millikin, Roberta Vernon, Frances Erickson, Bettie Butts, Gl-oria Newall, Betty Hines. Archery It could probably be said that archery takes the most skill of all girls' sports in V.H.S. Experienced and inexperienced archers had separate nights for turn-outs to make possible more individual practice. First row: Lenore Johnson, Billie Jean Marteeny, Charlotte West, Peggy Payne, Mildred Betz, Pat Hipskind. Second row: Miss Millikin, Edris Cramer, Nancy McMullen. Frances Erickson, Evelyn Bonnell, Virginia Scholl, Roberta Vernon. Third row: Helen Albertson, Carol Vernon, Betty Haney, Louise Elliott, Geraldine Volker, Arlene Goheen, Swimming Swimming had the smallest number of girls turning out, but undoubtedly it was because these girls must trek once a week to the Memorial pool. They showed unusual enthusiasm and loyality to their turn-outs. First row: Coralie Maxim, Noryne Grams, Delphine Kuhn, Betty Lou Keeney, Betty Hines, Marjorie Bleth, Cora Van Prooyen, Beverley Cofiield, Ruby Beatty, Darlene Dailey, Elaine DuPuis, Lois Hutton, Carol Poe, Geraldine Burnham. Basketball Basketball is always a popular sport among the G.A.A. Because of the keen compe- tition the winning and all-star teams were especially proud. Left to right: Katherine Maas, Dorothy Peffer, Pauline Gobel, Phyllis Munroe, Miss Millikin, Helen Johnson, Leora Griflin, Corinne Janikowski, Charlotte West. Badminton Badminton, another popular sport with the G.A.A., had a large number of partici- pants. The teams for badminton are determined by tournaments played oii' after several weeks of practice. First row: Dorothy Peffer, Pauline Gobel, Judy Daniels, Leora Griffin, Corinne Jani- kowski, Betty Lou Keeney. Second row: Joan Wassenar, Lois Hutton, Miss Millikin, Arlene Goheen, Betty Acker. 78 W ? z 7 2'-5 1 12 X si Az: ,, ,Rf "iff s ii.?f f : 5 E351 6 ,'2 hge X. vi1gp,2: 3-5:1 PGN? ,,s1:,w E 'wjd ,L 'mi li ,Q ,, ,VH M 31 em 1" lliiiaiiifi 2" T5 1 1 , Mus 'f ggz. 'm " 1 ff: ,J:31: 1 !,',1..: rw: Q! awe : - A 51133, 11+ f f GIRLS' LEAGUE CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 15-Girls New to V.H.S. in Auditorium 17-Cabinet Meeting 19-Sold Candy, Jefferson Game 20-Sold United China Relief Buttons OCTOBER 1-Cabinet Meeting 3-Sold Candy, Aberdeen Game 7-Cabinet Meeting 10-Girls' League Mix 11-S.W.W. G.L. Conference, Centralia 17-Ushers W.E.A. Regional Meeting Sold Candy, Olympia Game 23-Girls' League Installation 24-Sold Candy, Centralia Game 29-Cabinet Meeting NOVEMBER 3-9-Drive, Red Cross Christmas Boxes 5-Cabinet Meeting 11-Sold Candy, Kelso Game 13-Cabinet Meeting 17-19-Collected Food for Thanksgiving Baskets 18-Ushers for Music Concert 25-G.L. Program by G.A.A. 26-Cabinet Meeting DECEMBER 10-Cabinet Meeting 12-G.L. Assembly, Miss Elaine Gorham 19-Ushers for Christmas Program JANUARY, 1942 5-Cabinet Meeting 10-Sold Candy Centralia Game 16-Ushers for Music Concert JANUARY 20-Sold Candy,Camas Game 21-Cabinet Meeting -Girls' League, Panel Discussion -Sold Ice Cream, Kelso Game FEBRUARY 4-Cabinet Meeting 9-G.L. Assembly, Movie on Nursing 10-Sold Candy, Longview Game 11-Cabinet Meeting 13-Sold Ice Cream, Castle Rock Game 20-Cabinet Meeting Sold Ice Cream, Chehalis Game 23-Cabinet Potluck 26-Red Cross Knitting Project 27-28-Ushers for Vodvil 22 30 MARCH 3-Cabinet Meeting 6-Tolo Dance 11-Cabinet Meeting 25-Cabinet Meeting APRIL 7-Cabinet Meeting 8-Red Cross Knitting Project 11-S.W.W. G.L. Conf., Battle Ground 22-G.L. Assembly, Senior Talent 29-Cabinet Meeting MAY 4-Girls' League Nominations 5-7-Big Sister Class 8-Girls' League Elections 13-Cabinet Meeting 20-Girls' League Honor Assembly Cabinet Meeting BOYS' LEAGUE CALENDAR SEPTEMBER, 1941 16-Cabinet Meeting 24-Boys' League Meeting, Dr. Ralph Lieser OCTOBER 7-Cabinet Meeting 21-Cabinet Meeting 22-Assembly, Associated Oil Movies NOVEMBER 17-19-Collected Food for Thanksgiving Baskets 26-Cabinet Meeting DECEMBER 1-Defense Savings Stamp Sale Started 2-Cabinet Meeting 3-B.L. Assembly, Chaplain Hawley JANUARY, 1942 6-Cabinet Meeting 14-Defense Savings Stamp Noon Dance 21-Cabinet Meeting 23-Boys' League Assembly, Coast Guard FEBRUARY 17-Cabinet Meeting 20-S.B. Assembly by Boys' League, Joseph Hall, Speaker 21-Kelso Smoker, Here MARCH 3-Cabinet Meeting 13-Kelso Smoker, There 18-Cabinet Meeting 23-Defense Model Airplane Contest 31-Cabinet Meeting APRIL 7-Cabinet Meeting 21-Cabinet Meeting 22--B. L. Assembly, Variety Program MAY 5-Cabinet Meeting Boys' League Nominations 8-Boys' League Elections 15-S.B. Assembly bv Boys' League 19-Cabinet Meeting Dads' Night ,, rl Iii E2 W ,W fgx X to Qi f l in 4 Siva P School Calendar SEPTEMBER, 1941 3-Opening Day 5-12-Student Body Ticket Sale 9-Pay Assembly, Bobo, the Magician 12-Assembly, Singing, Yell Tryouts Seniors Won S. B. Ticket Sale Ten Advisory Groups 100W Mr. D. G. Miller, First and only advi- sory group ever to sell 10072 cash Miss Pearl Hall Mrs. Powers Mrs. Hughes Mr. Shields Mr. Stallcop Mrs. Barber Mr. Maben Mrs. Ruth Hall Mr. Barter 15-New V.H.S. Girls in Auditorium 16-Sophomore Class Nominations Business Men's Citizen Ticket Drive 18-Sophomore Class Elections Senior Meeting, Standard Oil Movies 19-Assembly, Senior Tradition ' Football, Jefferson, Here Dance, Sponsored by Seniors 24-B.L. Assembly, Dr. Ralph Lieser 27-Assembly, V.H.S. Band Football, Longview, There 30-Home Ec., Art Classes, Art Museum OCTOBE'R 1-2-Open House, Columbian 2-Hello Day Assembly, Shell Oil Co. Magician Intramural Football Kicking Contest 3-Assembly, Morris Swan, Macchione Band Football, Aberdeen, Here Dance Sponsored by Juniors 7-Intramural Football Passing Contest 9-Senior Meeting, Austrian Refugee Pay Assem. Mason's Animal Circus 10-Assembly, Yells Special Assembly, Mr. E. Wheeler Football, Eugene, There Girls' League Mix 11- S.W.W. G.L. Conference, Centralia 16-Assembly, Homecoming Homecoming Rally, Sophomores 17-Vacation, W.E.A. Institute, Here Football, Olympia, Here 21-Senior Class Meeting, Mr. DeYoung 22-B.L. Assembly, Associated Oil Movies 23-Girls' League Installation 24-Assembly, Safety, Earl Campbell Football, Centralia, Here Dance Sponsored by Seniors 28-Boys: Intramural Volleyball Finals Special Assembly, Mr. Richards 30-H. S. Leaders' Conference, Seattle 31-Assembly, Sponsored by Juniors Football, Hoquiam, There 'Tre E T' X 5- 7- 3- 10- NOVEMBER Pay Assembly, Daniel Boone Movie Assembly, V.H.S. Broadcast Variety Show End of First Quarter Armistice Day Program, Dr. Gaiser Pep Assembly 11-Armistice Day, No School 12- 13- 14- 19- Assembly, V.H.S. S.W.W. Football Champions Parade, Noon Dance Open House Sr. Class Meeting, Bob Thomlinson Assembly, Jr. Red Cross, Soph. Skit Log Staff Program Pay Assembly, the White Hussars Report Cards School Dance, Sponsored by Sophs. Thanksgiving Assembly, Sophomores Noon Dance, Sponsored by Log Hill Military Cross Country Run 20, 21-Thanksgiving Holidays 20- Football, Camas, There 25-Junior Class Meeting 26-G.L. Assembly, Program by G.A.A. Lettergirl Initiation 27-Senior Boys' Assem., Horace Daniels 28-Assem., V.H. Band, Football Letters DECEMBER 1-Pay Assembly, Dr. Martin Hall Beginning Defense Stamp Sale, B.L. 2-Boys' Intramural Basketball Finals Annual Football Banquet 3-B.L. Assembly, Chaplain Hawley 4-Lettermen's Initiation Senior Girls in Auditorium 5-Assembly, Public Speaking Play Basketball, Oregon City, There 6-Basketball, Commerce High, Here 8-Special Assembly, Radio Address by President Roosevelt asking for a Dec- laration of War Noon Movie, Sponsored by Seniors 9-T.B. Bangle Sale in Advisory Groups 10-Noon Movie Sponsored by Seniors 11-Senior Assembly, Senior Talent 12-Assembly, Movies of Hawaii Girls' League, Miss Elaine Gorham Noon Movie Sponsored by Seniors Basketball, Aberdeen, Here 13-Basketball, Hoquiam, Here 19-Advisory Christmas Parties Noon Dance, Sponsored by Juniors Assembly, Christmas Program Christmas Program for Public Art Department Open House Basketball, Woodland, Here 22-Basketball, Oregon City, Here Dec. 19-Jan. 5-Christmas Vacation 'N 1 N -4 f M 81 14 23 10 11 12 13 20 24 26 27 28 10 JANUARY, 1942 8-Pay Assembly, Bob Wood, Cartoonist Special Assembly, Announcements 9-Vacation, Snow and Ice 10-Basketball, Centralia, Here Dance, Sponsored by Juniors 12-First Air Raid Drill 13-Basketball, Longview, There Jr. Red Cross Contribution -B.L. Defense Stamp Noon Dance 16-Basketball, Castle Rock, There Music Concert 20-Noon Dance, Sponsored by Juniors 21-Noon Dance, Sponsored by Juniors 26, Girls' League, Panel Discussion -Assembly, V.H.S. Band, Yells B.L. Assembly, Coast Guard Basketball, Roosevelt, Here 27, 28-Final Exams 29-March of Dimes 30-No School for Students Basketball, Kelso, Here Sock Dance, Sponsored by Alki End of First Semester FEBRUARY 2-Report Cards 6-Assembly, Spankie Sherman, Pianist Basketball, Chehalis, There 7-Basketball, Centralia, There 9-Pay Assembly, National Champions Girls' League, Movie, Nursing -Beginning Vodvil Ticket Sale Whitman College Glee Club Basketball, Longview, Here -Assembly, Chaplan Atteberry -Senior Meeting, Unrehearsed Play -American Legion Oratorical Contest Basketball, Castle Rock, Here Sock Dance, Sponsored by Seniors -Assembly, Joseph Hall, speaker Basketball, Chehalis, Here Backward Dance, Lettergirls 21-Smoker with Kelso, Here -Basketball, Camas, There -Vodvil Matinee -Assembly, Announcements, Yells Vodvil -Vodvil Basketball, Kelso, There MARCH 2-Noon Dance, Honor Basketball Team 4-6-Tolo Days 6-Assembly, Chaplain Arends N.W. Power and Light Co. Movie Tolo Dance, Sponsored by G.L. 9-Pa Assembl National Players 12 82 Y Y, Special Assembly, Commander Ott -Assembly Honoring Basketball Team Team left for Tournament, Seattle -Senior Class Meeting file FST X f lj' X 13-Assembly, Senior Class Skit Smoker with Kelso, There Sophomore Skating Party, Oaks 18-Pay Assembly, Elephant Boy 18-19-Lettergirls' Initiation 20-Basket Social, Sponsored by Seniors 21-Vocal, Instrumental Meet, Chehalis 23-Assembly, KEX-KGW Entertainers B.L. Defense Model Airplane Contest 24-Cross Country Run 26-Junior-Senior Basketball Game 27-Hill Relays 30-Assembly, Honor Dramatic Awards APRIL 1-Senior Girls, Mr. Bill Friauf 2-Intramural Track Meet 3-End of Third Quarter Intramural Track Meet Assembly, Music and Dramatics 6-Army Day Parade 7-Senior Girls, Miss Porter 10-Lettermens Dance Assembly, Pan American Movie 11-S.W.W. G.L. Conf., Battle Ground 14-Clark Junior College Conference 16-Junior Hi Jinx Matinee 17-Junior-Senior Prom 18-Centralia Relays 22-G.L. Assembly, Senior Talent 24-Assembly Skit for Senior Play 24-Instrumental, Vocal Solo Meet, Kelso 27-Senior Conference MAY 1-Senior Play 4-Girls' League Nominations 5-Student Body Nominations Boys' League Nominations 7-Senior Conference 8-Girls' League Elections Assembly, Music Department Music Concert in Evening 9-Track Meet in Olympia 12-Junior Class Nominations 13-Sophomore Class Nominations Student Body Elections 14-B.L. Assembly, Variety Program 15, 16-Regional Music Festival, Eugene 16-State Track Meet, W.S.C. 19-Style Show 20-Girls' League Honor Assembly -Advisory Elections -Senior Assembly 21 22 23-School on Saturday 24-Baccalaureate 26-Award Assembly 28-Commencement Senior Ball 29-Last Day of School, Report Cards :In- l ' A 1 I lo ! I S- KL .-4 up 4 - ff, rr- ', , n , , -rw- 1 .iq 17' 'Am q qi.: , 1 A. IL -f "nf w G1 5 . -mf' Ns: -'-V A' T ' L . . uwh -. 'JM ' "Wi-' vu X. ,. W "457LsQ:Qj4ivfA A -5 ' ' 'if-jjgg-,f. .,u . ef! r , '.E,.i": . ,r 91 ,.1 '. 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