Vancouver High School - Alki Yearbook (Vancouver, WA)

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Miss Hall , Mr. Hillstrom Miss Johnson Miss MacDonald Miss Orr Mrs. Powers ,, ,,,,, Mr. Roeder Mrs. Wetherell Miss Wintler Commencement Speakers ROb8Il Louis Gaiscr .. ..,,,.,,,,...,,,, , ,.,,,,,,,.,, ,,,.. .,..,,,., ,.,..,,,,.,,, ,,,,. l ' 4 1lec1'1rto1'm-11 Bai bara Ann Caples .,,.,.,,,, ....,... F arulty Representative William Leonard Knapp ,...,. ...,... S tudent Representatirc Honor Roll Gaiser, Robert LouisfVc1Iedicrtorian Wardrop, Richard Gallapff-Salzltatoria21 Sullivan, Robert E. Burgess, James Harland Peterson, Gertrude Dean Caples, Barbara Ann Greene, Bruce Edward Tarrant, Dixie Louise Wyatt, Roberta Fay Marble, Eugenie Theresa Harrington, Joanne Margaret Landerholm, Merle Edwin McDaniel, William John Turner, Margaret Louise Lintula, June Arlene Keeton, Donald LeRoy Sales, Lois Agnes Smith, Barbara Helen Buslack, Barbara Lucile Stange, Irene Ida Wiley, Rose Marie Beatty, Katheryn Mae Reeves, Kathryn Windship Holmes, Donna Mae Spicer, Stanley Raymond Ellison, Geraldine Patricia Bowman, Betty Grace Scheidt, Lorene Lillian Dunn, Evelyn Mae Davids, Jean Lorraine Bissell, William Hamilton Drury, Beverly Jeanne Leuschner, Evelyn Marie Mudge, John Harrison Smith, Ernest Avery Hendricks, Mary Lou Laws, Marjorie Jean Seal, Evelyn LaVerne Borders, Evelyn Irene Price, June Marie Anderson, Betty Lou Holter, Howard E. Sorensen, Mary Kathryn LaCross, Leon M. 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Anderson, Lucile May Art Major Vice President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Big Sister, Library Assistant. Commit' tees: G.L. Mix, Homecoming. Vodvil, Assem- blies, Choir, Triads. Anderson, Marcile Olive Art Major Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Big Sister, Library Assistant. Committees: G.L, Mix, Homecoming, Junior-Senior Prom. Vodvil, Choir, Triads. Anderson, Quentin Clark Music Major Vodvil, Assemblies, Choir, Mixed Quartette, Band, Brass Quartette, District Music Meet. Andruss, Nancy Elizabeth Commercial Major Ofiice Assistant Miss Williams, Locker Monitor, O.G.A. Armstrong, Thelma Faye Commercial Major Locker Monitor Ashe, Annabelle Margaret Foreign Language Major . Vodvil, Homecoming Committee, Assemblies, Choir, G.A.A. 12 Aslund, Roland Erhard Mathematics Major President Advisory Group: Rug Cutters' Club. Ayers, Patricia Ferree Foreign Language Major Salesgirl Advisory Group, Choirg Vodvil. Bailey, Violet Rae Home Economics Major Bailey, William Noble Mathcmfztics Major Bailiff, Ila Jean Commercial Major Salesgirl Advisory Group, Locker Monitorg Band. Clubs: Camerag O.G.A. Barrere, William Emerson Mathematics Major KVAN Radio Program. Barthelemy, Betty Ann Social Science Major Sophomore Choirg Band. Bates, William Harris S1-ienre Major Bavart, Eugene Imilzistrial Arts Major Beach, Dora Mary Commercial Major Vice President Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vodvilg Band. Clubs: O.G.A.: Rug Cutters'. Beatty, Katheryn Mae Commercial Major Big Sister: O.G.A. Beaumont, Eugene Arnold G. Mathematics Major Vodvilg Assemblies: Rug Cutters' Club. 13 vv' ftf yi T5 in f "ggi, Q ' - 'fli' .: X P 's. A .f CTW ,fi N Q 'Ax ,Ei f in A ex., Will - X A x Beedle, Betty Louise Home Economics Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group. Committees: G.L. Mixg Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. Vodvilg Assemblies. Beherns, Jessie Eugenie Art Major Triads. Beisner, Virgil Ray M athfemattcs M ajor Bell, Rosa Lee Home Econo'n'L'ics Major Secretary Advisory Group. Belongia, Jack Marion Industrial Arts Major Bennett, Golden Robert Science Major Bennett, Thomas Radford Industrial Arts Major Secretary, Salesman Advisory Groupg Oflice As- sistant Mr. Conoverg Trackg Ritie Club. Bertinchamps, Frank Joseph Mathematics Major Locker Monitor. Bingham, Leanord B. Science Major Birk, William Daniel Matlzematins Major Bissell, William Hamilton Social Science Major President Advisory Group, Vodvilg Junior-Senior Prom Committeeg Assemblies, Choirg Mixed Quartetteg Band: Orchestrag District Music Meet. Blane, Beverly Jean Social Science Major Vodvilg Choir. 'I '1 Blue, Wanda Fae Social Science Major Locker Monitor: O.G.A. Blue, Wanita Mae Mathematics Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Alki Typist: O.G.A. Blunt, Doris Marie Commercial Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vodvil: Costume Committee: O.G.A. Borders, Evelyn Irene Social Science Major Bowdler, Betty Jean Commercial Major G.A.A. Bowman, Betty Grace Mathematics Major Vodvil: Choir. Boyle, Marilyn Jean Commercial Major Red Cross Attendant: O.G.A. Boyse, Juanita Pearl Commercial Major Bradbury, Janet Lucille Home Economics Major Big Sister: Vodvil: Band: Orchestra: District Music Meet: Music Librarian: Song Leader. Bradford, Willa Jean Home Economics Major Red Cross Attendant. Brandt, Richard Gerald Science Major Brewer, Norma Jean Social Science Major KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Choir. 15 E .,.A 2, i f WY 'Vw E : gt. ..,., , ' 1... ga L Brockman, Patricia Anne Home Economics Major Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Locker Monitor. Com- mittees: G.L. Mixg Junior-Senior Prom. Brown, Charles Bernard Industrial Arts Major Football Managerg P.E. Assistant. Clubs: Letter- mcn'sg Ritle. Brown, Dorothy Nadine Art Major Big Sisterg Triads. Browne, Douglas Wingfield Science Major Browne, Martha Marie Social Science Major Browning, Floyd Richard Mathematics Major President Advisory Groupg Vodvilg Junior-Senior Prom Committeeg Locker Monitorg Bandg Or- chestrag District Music Meet: Manager Band Uniforms. Bryant, Betty Jeanne Social Science Major Big Sisterg Assembliesg Choir. Bude, Joyce Arlene Home Economics Major Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Big Sisterg G.L. Mix Committeeg Library Assistantg Senior Playg Vocsfilg Assembliesg Locker Monitorg Make-Up Clu . Burger, Richard Bryan Industrial Arts Major Secretary, Salesman Advisory Groupg Assem- blies. Burgess, James Harland Science Major Secretary Advisory Group: Camera Club. Burnett, Stephen Arthur Mathematics Major Bush, Arlene Lauva Home Economics Major Vodvilg Triads. ni 16 5' XCR Buslach, Barbara Lucile Commercial Major Cain, Betty Jean Home Economics Major Homecoming Committee: G.A.A. si Caples, Barbara Ann S bi Art Major President Advisory Groupg Big Sisterg Senior Play, Vodvilg Assemblies. Committees: G.L. Mixg Homecoming. Typist, Reporter, Front Page Edi- P tor, Co-Editor, Editor Columbia Log. Clubs: as F Si it Q X Inkifingersk Quill and Scroll: Triadsg Vice 'A President International. " Case, Mary Shirley Corlzmerrial Major O.G.A. Cassady, William Donald Mathematics Major President, Vice President Advisory Groupg Lock- er Monitorg Vice President Rifle Club. Chudomelka, Agnes Joy Home Economics Major Library Assistant. Not Graduating. lg X Clark, Betty Karen Science Major Library Assistant, Assemblies. Clifton, Marion Sylvia Home Economics Major President, Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sisterg Red Cross Attendant: Locker Monitor: Vodvil. Committees: Junior-Senior Prom: G.L. Mix. Ushers' Club. Cody, Doris Ellen 5 - Home Economics Major ' f Red Cross Attendantg Vodvilg Choir. Commit- tees: G.L. Mix: Costume. .1 -, ,.,. ' " ' . E Coleman, Ada Olemphia I , Social Science Major -' i -' X I P- QQ .. " Big Sister. qqqnn Colvin, Harriette Agnes Home Economics Major First Vice President Student Body: Vice Presi- dent Junior Classg President Advisory Group' Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mix: Homecoming Junior-Senior Prom. Senior Playg Vodvilg Assem bliesg Choir: P.E. Assistant. Clubs: G.A.A.: Let tergirls'. Commerford, Cecil Raymond Science Major M5 17 Q Nj J ff' fl' f'5 L1-J Y jx M 'X Z f 'M' Connell, Bertha Blanche Commercial Major Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Big Sisterg O.G.A. Conway, Margaret Mae Home Economics Major Big Sisterg Locker Monitorg Treasurer Make-Up Club. Cooper, Marvin Earl Music Major Vodvilg Choirg Bandg Orchestrag Brass Quar- tetteg District Music Meet. Cornagey, Edwin Albert Mathematics Major Clubs: Rifleg International. Cox, Betty Lou Commercial Major President Advisory Groupg Big Sister: Locker Monitorg O.G.A. Cox, Kenneth L. Mathematics Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: P.E. Assistantg Rifle Club. Cramer, Helen Jean Home Economics Major Locker Monitorg Ushers' Club. Daniels, Ronald Erle Social Science Major President Junior Classy Junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee, Assemblies. Football Captaing All Con- ference Team. Basketball: Stanley Cup: All gimgerence Teamg Track: President Lettermen's u . Davids, Jean Lorraine Commercial Major Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Big Sister: Red Cross Attendantg Locker Monitorg Vodvilg Assembliesg Band: Orchestrag District Music Meet. Clubs: Inkifingers'3 O.G.A.g Rug Cutters'. Davidson, Fern Lucille Commercial Major G.L. Mix Committeeg Locker Monitor: Ushers' Club. Deemy, Barbara Lee Art Major Treasurer Girls' Leagueg Office Assistant Miss Williams, Mr. Conoverg Big Sisterg G.L. Mix Committee. Clubs: President Inki1ingers'g Re- porter Triads. DeGrande, Mary Art Major 1 DeLong, Grace Marella Art Major Locker Monitor. Clubs: Rug Cutters': Triads. De Long, John Francis Social Science Major Dewey, Pauline Mary Mathematics Major Secretary Advisory Group: Treble Clef Choir. Donovan, Clewell Mercer Art Major Salesman Advisory Group. Douglas, Donald Lee Art Major Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program. Committees: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecoming. Assemblies: Cartoonist, Sports Editor Columbia Log. Clubs: Rug Cutters': Triads. Downing, George Leslie Mathematics Major Drury, Beverly Jeanne Art Major Secretary Advisory Group: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Big Sister: G.L. Mix Committee: Lock- er Monitor. Clubs: Treasurer Triads: Ushers'. Dunn, Evelyn Mae Commercial Major Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister: O.G.A. Dunstan, Phyllis Elaine Social Science Major Vodvil: Dramatics Editor Alki: Choir: Band: Orchestra: District Music Meet. Edgar, William Charles Mathematics Major Secretary Advisory Group: Football: Letter- men's Club. Eischen, Clement George Social Science Major First Vice President Boys' League: Track: Ser- geant-at-Arms Lettermen's Club. Ellison, Geraldine Patricia Commercial Major O.G.A. 19 'XV ,V we 5: hw, 1 . CQ WF x 1 vi 9 J f x .0 4 , R' , f 'N 3 YS gig 5 5 fu. , ,, 'I -'W A B English, Jean Science Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Red Cross Attendant. Clubs: G.A.A.: Ushers'. Ericksen, James Allan Mathematics Major Salesman Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: "B" Football: "B" Basketball: Track. Ernest, Thomas Dean Mathematics Major' President, Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Assemblies: Choir: Band: District Music Meet: Football: Lettermen's Club. Falander, Henry John Inrlustrial Arts Major Secretary Advisory Group. Not Graduating. Farmer, Maxine Verness Commercial Major President, Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vodvil: Assemblies. Commit- tees: G.L. Mix: Homecoming: Junior-Senior Prom. Choir: O.G.A. Farrar, Marion Eileen Social Science Major Fernquist, Jeanne Marjorie Commercial Major Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Vodvil. Clubs: O.G.A.: Triads. Field, Marshall Elwood Science Major Firestone, Everett Merril Printing Major Assemblies: Printer Alki: Printer Columbia Log: Band: District Music Meet. Fisher, Dorothy Ethel Commercial M ajor Library Assistant. Clubs: G.A.A.: O.G.A. Fitzgerald, Myra Commercial Major President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mix: Costume: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecoming. Red Cross Attendant: Vodvil: Assemblies: Reporter Colum- bia Log: O.G.A. Foster, Jeanne Music Major President, Salesgirl Advisory Group. Commit- tees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom. Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Music Edi- tor Alki: Choir: Sextette: Mixed Quartette: Band: Orchestra: N.W. Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet. 4' 20 Foster, Ruth Marvel Music Major President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vodvil: Assemblies: Advertising Co- lumbia Log: Choir: Majorette: Band: District Music Meet: Rug Cutters' Club. Freed, Maidia Gloria Commercial Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: O.G.A. Furrow, Ramona Anita Social Science Major Gaiser, Robert Louis Mathematics Major Vice President Advisory Group: Office Assistant Mrs. Kracaw, Mr. Conover: War Bond Staff: Senior Play: Vodvil: Band: Orchestra: Brass Quartctte: Disrtict Music Meet: Camera Club. Galbraith, Clark Edwin Matheinatics Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Assem- blies: Varsity, "B" Football: Track: Lettermen's Club. Garner, Marvin Gene Mathematics Major Secretary Advisory Group: Camera Club. Garner, Shirley Mae Commercial Major Secretary Advisory Group: Office Assistant Miss von Berg: Big Sister: Vodvil: Assemblies: Choir. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom. Clubs: O.G.A.: Rug Cutters': Ushers'. Garskof, Irwin Science Major Senior Play: Vodvil. Gibson, Raymond Dean Science Major Football: Track: Lettermen's Club. Gilmore, June Doris Home Economics Major Big Sister: Vodvil: Ushers' Club. Glascock, Lois Lea Home Economics Major President Advisory Group. Green, Lone Esther Foreign Language Major Inkitingers' Club. M . at r ,. 3 +-V 'S' f 3 v X ,lr ri 21 Jia ,i la lt X s KI f, 4-. ,I L r 55 Greene, Bruce Edward Matlzematics Major Secretary Advisory Groupg Locker Monitorg As- sistant Photographer Columbia Logg Camera Club. Grunnett, Betty Jean Commercial Major President Advisory Groupg G.L. Mix Committee: Assembliesg Advertising Columbia Logg Major- etteg Triads. Gunn, Jacqueline Ann Commercial Major Assemblies. Habegger, Henry Leonard Industrial Arts Major Sergeant-at-Arms Boys' Leagueg President, Vice President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Groupg Senior Playg Vodvilg Homecoming Committeeg Assemblies: Sports Writer Alkig Choirg Footballg Basketballg Track: Lettermen's Club. Hadley, Clarence Arthur MllflIfG7'7'1tlffl'S Major Hale, Donald Charles Matltematics Major Track. Haley, Zadie Marie Home Economics Major Make-UD Clubg Sophomore Choir. Halman, Bette Ann Comrnercml Major O,G.A, Hampton, Robert Wade Matlnernatics Major Vodvilg Orchestra. Haney, Charles Otis Industrial Arts Major Trackg Lettermen's Club. Haney, Nadine T. Home Economics Major Locker Monitorg Vodvil. Hansen, Clara Louraine Science Major 22 Hansen, Elaine Margaret Commercial Major Vodvilg O.G.A. Hare, William Edward Science Major International Club. Harmala, Henry William Mathematics Major Secretary Advisory Group. Harrington, Joanne Margaret Commercial Major President, Secretary Advisory Groupg Library Assistant: Oflice Assistant Mrs. Kracawg Assem- blies: Advisory Assistant Alki. Clubs: Make-Up: O.G.A. Harris, Dian Rosetta Home Economics Major Hash, Lois Elaine Commercial Major President Advisory Groupg Red Cross Attendant, Junior-Senior Prom Committeeg O.G.A. Haskins, Kathryn Marie Foreign. Language Major Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Vodvilg Choir. Hawkins, Ora Lee Home Economics Major Hazlett, Cecille Social Science Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sisterg Homecoming Committeeg Assembliesg gagdg District Music Meetg Treble Clef Choirg . .A. Heath, Rovonda Ellen Social Science Major Hector, Ruth Commercial Major Secretary Advisory Groupg Bandg O.G.A. Hendricks, Mary Lou Foreign Language Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Library Assistant. 23 ff X ---Liga? 1 Pl' it at Henker, Dean Cord Matlzternatics Major Swimming. Not Graduating. Hiebert, Lorraine M. Social Science Major President Advisory Group, Vodvilg Triads. Hinkle, David Social Scie'nce Major Not Graduating. Hoaglin, Lucille Alice Home Economics Major Library Assistantg Bandg Rug Cutters' Club. Hobart, William Robert Matlternatics Major Hodgson, Mary Ella Commercial Major President, Vice President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Big Sister, Office Assistant Miss von Bergg Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil. Commit- tees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom. Assemblies, Junior Editor, Co-Editor Alki, Choirg District Music Meet: O.G.A. Holcomb, Alpha E. Home Economics Major President Advisory Group. Holden, Dorothy Eileen Home Economics Major Secretary Advisory Groupg Library Assistantg Red Cross Attendant, Locker Monitorg KVAN Radio Programg Assemblies. Holmes, Donna Mae Comrnercial Major President, Secretary Advisory Groupg Big Sister, O.G.A. Holter, Howard Science Major Secretary, Salesman Advisory Groupg Junior- Senior Prom Committee, Book Roomg President, Secretary Rug Cutters' Club. Hopkins, George Evans Mathematics Major, Salesman Advisory Group, Stage, Sound, Projec- tion Crewg Assembliesg "B" Football: Trackg Camera Club. Horn, Marian Zola Home Economics Major President, Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Library Assistant. Committees: G.L. Mixg Junior-Senior Prom. President Ushers' Clu . 24 Horton, William Randolph Social Science Major Houglum, Charles Philip Mathienzatics Major Band. Hoyt, Donald Ray Social Science Major Hunter, Donald Joseph Social Science Major Treasurer Rug Cutters' Club. Hutton, James Evans Mathematics Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Choir, Band. Jackson, Georgenne Beverly Foreign Language Major Salesgirl Advisory Group, Big Sister, Library Assistant, Locker Monitor, Typist Alki, Vice President Make-Up Club. James, Beverly Isabel Science Major Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Third Page Edi- tor Columbia Log, Secretary Inkitingers' Club. Jarrett, Benny Richard Science Major Vice President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group, War Bond Staff, Vodvil, Assemblies, Choir, Boys' Quartette. Johnson, Alyce Ruth Social Science Major Johnson, Betty Lorraine Home Economics Major Vodvil, Custodian Make-Up Club. Johnson, Mildred Lorraine Home Economics Major Big Sister, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Secretary Make-Up Club. Johnson, Norma Frances Commercial Major Vice President Advisory Group, Oiiice Assistant Miss von Berg. Committees: G.L. Mix, Home- coming. Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Assemblies, Orchestra, District Music Meet. Clubs: Treasur- er G.A.A., Lettergirls, O.G.A. 25 'Q ad Q i 'E ' 'K gifs X X WX r Sf A V X N if! A AE Q, X. x f ... 'Y Johnson, Virginia Ann Commercial Major President Advisory Group, Big Sister. Clubs: Ushers'g O.G.A. Jones, LaDonna Elaine Home Economics Major Keeton, Donald LeRoy Mathematics Major Book Room Attendant. Keister, Dorothy Lucille Commercial M u jo 1' O.G.A. Kelly, Edna M. Home Economics Major Kelley, Deanna Marie Home Economics Major Office Assistant Miss Williams. Kemp, Norma Jean Mathematics Major Kennedy, Arthur Elliotte Printing Major Not Graduating. Kerns, Dorothea Louise Science Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister. Keys, Maxine Frances Commercial Major Salesgirl Advisory Group, Vodvilg Homecoming Committee, Choir, District Music Meetg O.G.A. King, Laura Jean Commercial Major Big Sister, Senior Play. Clubs: Triadsg O.G.A. King, Leonore McKee Social Science Major Vice President Advisory Group, Assemblies. 1 26 King, Martha Ella Commercial Major Big Sister: Vodvil: Assemblies: Choir. Clubs: O.G.A.: Rug Cutters'. Kirkman, June Commercfial Major Big Sister: Locker Monitor: O.G.A. Knapp, Alice May Home Economics Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Office As- sistant Miss Williams: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Costume. Assemblies: Band: International Club. Knapp, William Leonard Mathematics Major . President Student Body: President Sophomore Class: President, Vice President Advisory Group: War Bond Staff: Locker Monitor: Vod- vil: KVAN Radio Program. Committees: Junior- Senior Prom, Homcoming. Assemblies: "B" Squad Basketball: Yell King. Clubs: Letter- men's, President Rifle: Honor Dramatics. Knight, Vaughndell C'om-mercial Major Kolsky, Norma L. Commercial Major President, Vice President Advisory Group: O.G.A. Kreuzer, Walter Henry Industrial Arts Major LaCross, Leon M. Mathematics Major Swimming: Rifle Club. Lacy, Jacqueline Sidonie Art Major President, Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister: G.L. Mix Committee: Vice President Triads. Landerholm, Merle Edwin Mathematics Major President, Secretary Boys' League: President, Secretary Advisory Group: War Bond Staff: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Assemblies: "A", "B" Basketball: PE. Assistant: Lettermen's Club. Lankinen, Ilona Anna Cornmervial Major Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister: G.L. Mix Committee: Offiice Assistant Miss Williams, Miss von Berg: O.G.A. Larimer, Virginia Jean Commercial Major Secretary Advisory Group: Vodvil 27 f' A . 1 5. X Larsen, Dalma June Commercial Major Not Graduating. Laws, Fay Eleen Mathematics Major Vice President Advisory Group: Big Sister: G.L. Mix Committee: Vodvil: Stage, Sound, Projection Crew: Freshman Editor Alki. Clubs: Vice Presi- dent Camera: Rug Cutters': Honor Dramatics. Laws, Marjorie Jean Art Major President Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Homecoming. Calendar Editor Alki. Clubs: President G.A.A.: President Lettergirls': Vice President, Secretary Triads. Leonard, Lila Gracia Foreign Language Major Library Assistant: Locker Monitor. Leuschner, Evelyn Marie Mathematics Major Corresponding Secretary Girls' League: Secre- tary Senior Class: Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecoming. G.A.A. Levin, Myles Joseph Industrial Arts Major Locker Monitor: Book Room Attendant: Junior- Senior Prom Committee: Band: District Music Meet: Vice President Rifle Club. Lewis, Inez Marie Social Science Major Lindsey, John Gordon Mathematics Major Not Graduating. Lintula, June Arlene Science Major Rug Cutters' Club. Little, George David Science Major Lobb, Luzena Science Major Loftin, Donna Jeanne Social Science Major Red Cross Attendant: Rug Cutters' Club. ZS Lorentz, T. Lois Commercial Major Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group, Big Sister, G.L. Mix Committee, Vodvil, Assemblies, Choir, O.G.A. MacCoumber, Lillian Jane Art Major Vodvil, Swimming, Ushers' Club. McClain, Doris Jean Social Science Major Salesgirl Advisory Group, Choir, Rug Cutters' t Club. is McCoy, Richard Ernest Matltematics Major Vice President, Salesman Advisory Group, Sen- ior Play, Vodvil, Assemblies, Varsity, "B" Foot- ball, Track. Clubs: Lettermen's, Honor Dramat ics. McCready, Aldon Keith M Industrial Arts Major Vodvil, Assemblies, Choir. H WN McDaniel, William John X Science Major Locker Monitor, Rug Cutters' Club. R 3 X McGilchrist, Thomas Brown " Science Major -t H President, Vice President Advisory Group, Traf- ,,," X fic and Field Patrol, Senior Play, Vodvil, Advis- f 5 mga . P ory Assistant Alki, Orchestra, Book Room At- ' tendant, President International Club. K' M Y i Q Maas, Olive Irene A ,qhb "' Commerc'iaI Major , R q ' i President Advisory Group, Big Sister, P.E. As- , sistant. Clubs: President G,A.A., Lettergirlsi Marble, Eugenie Conrmercial Major Secretary Advisory Group, Library Assistant Locker Monitor, Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mix, Homecoming. Assemblies. Clubs: G.A.A. O.G.A., Ushers', Lettergirlsi Marr, Evelyn Ruth Commercial Major Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Make-Up Club. i A Martin, Bruce Edward A . " Science Major E Not Graduating 'W - Martin, Robert James ,i,' zn' '- Industrial Arts Major ' Vice President Advisory Group, Printer Colum- . ......, lzzplb x ...Q Z bia Log: Rug Cutters' Club. Q ' : 'Q' -, E X 1: S I I X 5 in Q9 ' N ff' '7 Merchant, Lavonne Rae Home Economics Major Merry, Charles Gordon Science Major President, Vice President Advisory Group, Locker Monitor, KVAN Radio Program, Junior- Senior Prom Committee, Assemblies. Metcalf, John Wakeman Imiustrirtl Arts Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group, Homecoming Committee, Assemblies, Sergeant-at-Arms Choir, Varsity Football, Let- termen's Club. Mikesell, Jack Roland Matlzematirs Major President, Vice President, Salesman Advisory Group, Junior-Senior Prom Commiittee, Trea- surer Rifle Club. Milton, Barbara Elizabeth Cowm1erf'iaIMajor Secretary Advisory Group, Library Assistant, O.G.A. Minor, Lois Lee Social Science Major Girls' League Reporter, Vice President Senior Class, President, Vice President, Salesgirl Ad- visory Group, Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. Assemblies, Sophomore Editor Alki, Advertising Manager, Front Page Editor Columbia Log. Clubs: G.A.A., Quill and Scroll. Moffitt, Mary Ellen Home Economies Major Library Assistant, Red Cross Attendant. Clubs: Rug Cutters', Ushers', International. Molyneux, Dorothy Ida CO'Ill'Illt6'I'0'iCl1 Major Red Cross Attendant, G.L. Mix Committee. Clubs: Ushers', O.G,A. Morehouse, Betty Jane Commercial Major Big Sister, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Assemblies, Advisory Assistant Alki, Robe Monitor Choir, District Music Meet, O.G.A. Morelock, Donald L. Inrlustrizll Arts Mrljm' Morgan, Wayne Clark Science Major Rug Cutters' Club. Morrow, Margaret Christine Science Major Vice President Girls' League: Secretary Junior Class, President Advisory Group, Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. Secretary S.W. Washington G.L. Conference, Vodvil, Assemblies, Choir, District Music Meet. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls'. 30 Morton, Lois Mae Home Economics Major Mudge, John Harrison Mathematics Major Locker Monitor, Stage, Sound, Projection Crew, Assemblies, Band, Orchestra, District Music Meet. Mullins, Virginia Markoleta Conzjnercial Major Murdock David John Mdtl1677LUft'i!2S Major Band' District Music Meet. 9 X O.G.A. I' ,ig zbbb Z" gc gm 'I 1 Whf. f y 4 i X -, .. B X E Nelson, Lorraine Louise Science Major Band. Nettleton, Barbara Jean Conzniercial Major Second Vice President Student Body, President, Vice President Advisory Group, Big Sister, Vod- vil. Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. KVAN Radio Program, Assem- blies, Advertising Manager Columbia Log, Choir, District Music Meet. Clubs: Inkifingers', O.G.A., Quill and Scroll. Norton, Betty Jane Music Major Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Assemblies, Choir, Dis- trict Music Meet. Norton, Iris Evelyn Home Econoniics Major Not Graduating. Obbink, Dale Wayne Social Science Major Swimming, Ride Club. Officer, Elnora Marie Commercial Major Locker Monitor. Ohlemeyer, Patricia Louise Commercial Major Secretary Advisory Group, Senior Play, Vodvil, Band. Olson, Ralph Irvin Foreign Language Major President Advisory Group, Vodvil, Junior-Senior Prom Committee, Varsity, "B" Football, Letter- men's Club. , 5 ' .. ., . ,I ha... ' Q. -...N M , :, ' " , 3.11.5 .1 ,,:, - 32 3-ai 31 I KI ff ixxil Q Olson, Clarence Garald Industrial Arts Major Secretary Advisory Group: Assemblies. O'Neal, Audrey Ann Home Economics Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Red Cross Attendant: Homecoming Committee. Clubs: G.A.A.: Ushers'. Ortego, Gwen Mathematics Major Vice President Advisory Group. Clubs: Rug Cut- ters': Ushers'. Orthmeyer, Jerry Wayne Mathematics Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Vod- vi1: Assemblies: Varsity, "BH Football: P.E. As- sistant: Boxing. Clubs: Lettermen's: Rug Cut- ters'. Not Graduating. Orthmeyer, John Duane Mathematics Major Vice President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvil: Assemblies: Varsity Football: Boxing. Clubs: Lettermen's: Rug Cutters'. Not Graduating. Osborn, Dale Wesley Commercial Major Locker Monitor: Band: District Music Meet. Parker, Ralph Glenn Science Major Parsons, Doris Elizabeth Commercial Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Choir: O.G.A. ' Patterson, Bettye Commercial M ajor Payne, Roland Marston . Mathematics Major Vice President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvilg Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Assemblies: War Bond Staff: Track: Honor Dra- matics. Pepper, Henry Carl Industrial Arts Major Book Room Attendant: Track: Swimming. Pesznecker, David Stephen Mathematics Major Locker Monitor: Advisory Assistant Alki. A 32 Peters, Bernice L. Art Major Big Sister: Red Cross Attendant. Clubs: Make- Up: Triads. Peters, Lealond L. Industrial Arts Major Salesman Advisory Group. Clubs: Camera: Rug Cutters'. Petersen, Dorothy Marie Art Major Vodvil: Swimming. Peterson, Gertrude Dean Mathematics Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Inkifingers' Club. Petrey, Gearld Randolf Mathematics Major Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Track: Lettermen's Club. Pfingsten, Bernice Elaine Social Science Major Choir. Phillips, Harold N. Science Major Band: District Music Meet. Pinard, Dolores Arlene Music Major President, Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sis- ter: Senior Play: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom. KVAN Radio Program: As- semblies: Choir: Sextette: District Music Meet. Clubs: President Inkitingers': Triads: Honor Dramatics. Pippert, Patricia June Commercial Major Big Sister: Vodvil. Clubs: Make-Up: O.G.A. Pitzen, Patricia Helen Commercial Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Assemblies: Advisory Assist- ant Alki: Vice President Choir: District Music Meet: O.G.A. Plooster, Roger Dean Mathematics Major Vice President Advisory Group: Assemblies: Track. Plummer, Thomas Walter Social Science Major Not Graduating. 33 l 1 N A l el f L+ Nil KI .fm . ! Porter, Allen Clarence Printing Major Vice President Advisory Groupg Homecoming Committeeg Printer Columbia Logg Printer Alki. Not Graduating. Porter, Frances Louise Social Science Major Potzner, Betty Lou Social Science Major Preston, Estella Mae Home Economics Major President, Vice President Advisory Group: Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mixg Junior-Senior Prom. Red Cross Attendant. Preuss, Elinor Ruth Commercial Major O.G.A. Price, June Marie Commercial Major Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Big Sister: O.G.A, Pullam, Hazel O. Art Major Library Assistantg Vodvilg G.L. Mix Committee, Choirg Camera Club. Purdy, Peggy Ann Cc mmercial Major Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister, O.G.A. Ranney, Carl William Science Major Read, Deloris Jean Commercial Major Vice President Advisory Groupg Office Assistant Miss Williamsg Big Sisterg Assemblies. Clubs: President Make-Up: O.G.A.g Rug Cutters'3 Ush- crs'. Reeves, Kathryn Winship Mathematics Major Renfro, Irene La Vonne Home Economics Major Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Locker Monitor, Cos- tume Committeeg Advisory Assistant Alkig Tri- ads. 34 N Rice, Carol Vera Commercial Major Secretary Advisory Group: Vodvil: Assemblies. Clubs: O.G.A.: Rug Cutters'. Riddle, William Charles Industrial Arts Major Sergeant-at-Arms Student Body: Secretary Ad: visory Group: Sportswriter Columbia Log: UB' Basketball: Rifle Club. Ritchie, Dorothy Lucille Science Major President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom Homecoming. Triads. Roberts, Charlotte E. Commercial Major O.G.A. Roberts, Jack Alvin Social Science Major Band: Rug Cutters' Club. Not Graduating. Rogers, Gene Social Science Major Rosendaul, Leland Sanford Science Major President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Choir: Boy's Quartette: Mixed Quartette: N.W. Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet: "B" Football. Roser, Linda Jane Commercial Major Vodvil. Ryan, Cora Ruth Commercial Major President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Red Cross Atsendant: G.L. Mix Committee. Clubs: O.G.A.: Us ers'. Sales, Lois A. Home Economics Major Vice President Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Big Sister. Clubs: G.A.A.: Ushers'. Salmela, LaVon Charlotte Art Major Library Assistant: Vodvilg Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Assemblies: Cartoonist Columbia Log: Choir: President Triads. Salsbury, Pearl Eleanore Commercial Major Q "' 35 G l . I li, f x 2 v Sanders, Mary Foreign Language Major President, Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom. KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Sen- ior Panel Editor Alki: Typist Columbia Log. Clubs: Inkif'lngers': International. Satterthwaite, Priscilla L. Horne Economics Major Salesgirl Advisory Group. Clubs: Rug Cutters': Ushers'. Schaefer, Gretchen Louise Music Major Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Vodvil: G.L. Mix Committee: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Band: Orchestra: String Quartette: N.W. Regional Music Meet: District Music Meet: String Trio: Inkifingers' Club. Scheidt, Lorene Lillian Social Science Major Rug Cutters' Club. Schmelzer, Gordon Printing Major Salesman Advisory Group: War Bond Staff: Printer Alki: Printer Columbia Log. Schmid, Dolores Emma Foreign Language Major Library Assistant: Big Sister: Red Cross Attend- ant: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: G.L. Mix Commit- tee: Make-Up Club. Scholl, Martha Louise Social Science Major Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Li- brary Assistant: Big Sister: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecoming. KVAN Program: Assemblies: Advertising Log. Schwartz, Mabel Melvia Science Major Vodvil: Reporter, Feature Editor Columbia Log. Clubs: Quill and Scroll: Rug Cutters'. Scott, Shirley Music Major President Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: G.L. Mix Com- mittee: Assemblies: Sports Editor, Reporter Columbia Log: Choir: Band: Orchestra: District Music Meet: Inkifingers' Club. Seal, Evelyn LaVerne Corn rnercial Major President, Secretary Advisory Group: Office Assistant Miss von Berg: Big Sister: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom. As- semblies: Freshman Editor, Junior Editor, Co Editor Alki: Choir: O.G.A. Sealey, Robert D. Industrial Arts Major Vice President Sophomore Class: President, Vice President, Salesman Advisory: Vodvil: KVAN Program. Committees: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecoming. President Choir: Band: Orchestra: District Music Meet: Varsity Football: "A" Bas- ketball: Track: Vice President Lettermen's Club. Sellman, Patricia Lorraine Mathematics Major President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. 36 Sewell, Doloris Helen Commercial Major Big Sister. Clubs: O.G.A.: Rug Cutters': Triads: Ushers'. Sharp, Ruth I. Social Science Major Secretary Advisory Group: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Big Sister. Sheppler, Violet Marie Home Economics Major Sherwood, Bonnie Evan Foreign Language Major Vodvil. Sinclair, Dorothy Marie Social Science Major Singer, Lorraine Genevieve Mallienzatics Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Sophomore Choir: Ushers' Club. Sltton, Louis J. Mathematics Major President, Vice President Advisory Group: Var- sity Footballg "A" Basketball: Lettermen's Club. Smith, Barbara Helen Foreign Language Major President Advisory Group: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecoming. Assemblies: Senior Panel Editor Alki: Secretary Orchestra: String Quartette: String Trio: Dis- trict Music Meet. Clubs: Vice President G.A.A.: Lettergirls: Secretary International. Smith, Ernest Avery Mathematics Major President, Vice President Advisory Group: Busi- ness Staff Mr. Conover: Oflice Staff Mrs. Kra- caw: Vodvil: Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Assemblies: Advisory Assistant Alki: War Bond Staff: Rug Cutters' Club. Smith, Evaline Maxine Cormnercial Major Vice President Advisory Group: Vodvil: Choir: O,G.A. Snow, Audrey Evelyn Commercial Major Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Locker Monitor: O.G.A. Soderstrom, Verna I. Home Economics Major 37 'w is I i A X xtli aff . X Solberg, Herman H. Art Major President, Vice President Advisory Group: As- semblies: "A" Basketball. Clubs: Secretary Let- termen's: Triads. Somdalen, Edith Juraine Home Economics Major Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Choir. Somdalen, Roy Eugene Science Major Locker Monitor: Band. Not Graduating. Sorensen, Mary Kathryn Home Economics Major President, Recording Secretary Girls' League: Delegate S.W. Washington G.L. Conference: Secretary Sophomore Class: Ofiice Assistant Miss von Berg: Senior Play: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior- Senior Prom: Homecoming. Assemblies. Clubs: G.A.A.: Lettergirls. Spady, Richard Clive Matliernatics Major President, Vice President, Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Homecoming Committee: Assemblies: Yell King: Band: Choir: War Bond Staff: Track. Spaulding, Mary Louise Commercial Major Spicer, Stanley Raymond Science Major Stange, Irene Ida Art Major Secretary Junior Class: Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister: Senior Play: Vodvil. Commit- tees: G.L. Mix: Homecoming. Assemblies: Ad- vertising Manager Columbia Log: P.E. Assist- ant: Song Queen. Clubs: G.A.A.: Quill and Scroll. Stannard, Betty Jo Social Science Major Rug Cutters' Club. Not Graduating. Stauffer, Myrtle Ann Social Science Major Library Assistant. Steinmetz, Chayne B. Matlieinatics Major Second Vice President Boys' League: President, Salesman Advisory Group: Business Staff Mr. Conover: War Bond Staff: Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Assemblies: Sports Reporter Colum- bia Log: Riiie Club. Stiggers, Curtis Franklin Mathematics Major Choir. R 38 Stroman, Jerry Clarence Mathematics Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Groupg Choirg Triads. Strong, Rodney D. Foreign Language Major President Senior Class, President, Vice President Advisory Groupg Vodvilg KVAN Radio Program. Committees: Junior-Senior Promg Homecoming. Assembliesg Sports Editor Columbia Logg Band. Clubs: Quill and Scrollg Honor Dramatics. Sullivan, Barbara Jean Foreign Language Major Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Big Sister: Vodvilg G.L. Mix Committee: Assembliesg Choir: Sex- tetteg District Music Meet. Sullivan, Robert E. Mathematics Major Secretary Advisory Groupg Vodvilg Assemblies. Sutherlin, James Melvin Social Science Major Sutton, Eunice Kay Commercial Major Vice President, Secretary Advisory Groupg Big Sister: Locker Monitor: Costume Committee: O.G.A. Tait, Alexandria Patricia Home Economics Major Vice President Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Vodvilg Choir. Tarrant, Betty Jo Commercial Major Tarrant, Dixie Louise Social Science Major Thacker, Regina Lucile Foreign Language Major Salesgirl Advisory Groupg Big Sisterg Office Assistant Miss von Bergg Red Cross Attendantg Vodvilg Assembliesg Choir. Thedorf, Bernice Marion Mathematics Major Big Sisterg G,A.A. Thornburg, LaVerne T. Social Science Major Locker Monitor: Bandg District Music Meet. 39 fwfi 4, fi P E at X5 Tobey, Georgia Irene Commercial M ajor Torrey, Beverly Constance Commercial Major President Advisory Group: Big Sister: Red Cross Attendant: Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Home- coming. Third Page News Editor Columbia Log. Clubs: lnkifingers': O.G.A. Tucker, Barbara Elizabeth Commercial Major President, Vice President Advisory Group: Big Sister. Tucker, Esther Fox Social Science Major Vice President Advisory Group: Vodvil: G.L. Mix Committee: Assemblies: Inkitingers' Club, Turner, Laura Jean Commercial Major O.G.A. Turner, Margaret Louise Social Science Major Tyler, Velma Leona Commercial Major President, Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vocdxgl: G.L. Mix Committee: Assemblies: Choir: O.1. . Van Kirk, Louise Home Economics Major Vodvil: Rug Cutters' Club. Van Kirk, Lucille Home Economics Major Vodvil: Rug Cutters' Club. Vaughn, Clarence Albert Social Science Major Vernon, Alvin Harold Mathematics Major Salesman Advisory Group: Printer Alki: Printer Columbia Log: "B" Football. Vigen, Alice Arlene Hom ei Economics Major Big Sister. 40 Wahl, Frederick Eugene Foreign Language Major ' Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Advisory Assistant Alki. Walling, Gordon Felix Industrial Arts Major Walling, Joanne M. Commercial Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Choir: O.G.A. Walters, Harry Eugene Mathematics Major Wardrop, Richard Gallap Mathematics Major Salesman Advisory Group: Business Staff Mr. Conover: Office Staff Mrs. Kracaw: Senior Play: Vodvil: War Bond Staff: Band: District Music Meet: Varsity Football: Lettermen's Club. Watts, Marilyn Lee Commercial Major Big Sister: O.G.A. Webber, Patricia Mae Commercial Major Salesgirl Advisory Group: Big Sister: Vodvil. Committees: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecoming. Assemblies: Secretary Choir: District Music Meet: O.G.A. Welch, Orville Eugene Social Science Major Secretary Advisory Group: Swimming. Wellman, Louis Lamont Industrial Arts Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: Assemblies: Varsity Football: "B" Bas- ketball: Track: Boxing: Vice President Letter- men's Club. Westendorf, Marie Carolyn Commercial Major Secretary Advisory Group: Big Sister: Chairman Red Cross Attendants. Clubs: Vice President Make-Up: O.G.A. Wheaton, Louise Marie Home Economics Major Locker Monitor: Ushers' Club. Wier, LaVeva Delores Commercial Major O.G.A. I 41 El Psp W 45? 'K is f, 4 2 i f .. ii we ,EE. I -Q 'G -.Q .l ef ,R i at r ,M . ,S 4 - .. S i . :a:a:5zgs5- . A .5-np g K 4,.::. " -I . Wiley, Rose Marie Commercial Major Secretary Student Body, President Advisory Group, Big Sisterg Vodvil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. Assem- bliesg Feature Editor, Sports Editor Columbia Log: Clubs: Inkifingers'3 O.G.A.: Quill and Scrollg Ushers', Honor Dramatics. Wilson, Angelica Rose Commercial Major Locker Monitor. Wilson, Kaye Home Economics Major Third Page Co-Editor Columbia Log: Rug Cut- ters' Club. ' Wright, Desmond William Social Science Major Wright, Patricia Laurene Home Economics Major President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory Group: OH'lce Assistant Miss Williams: Big Sis- ter: Red Cross Attendant, Locker Monitor. Com- mittees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom, Home- coming. Sophomore Choir. Clubs: Make-Up: Ushers'. Wright, Peggy Yvonne Home Economics Major Big Sister: Red Cross Attendant: Locker Moni- torg Assemblies. Clubs: Rug Cutters': Triads. Wyatt, Roberta Fay Commercial Major Office Assistant Miss von Berg: Big Sister, Vod- vil. Committees: G.L. Mix: Costume. Advisory Assistant Alki: O.G.A. Yates, William O. Science Major Vice President Advisory Group: Senior Play, Vodvil. Young, Louise Agnes Science Major Zapp, Matthew Allen Science Major E Secretary, Salesman Advisory Group: Assem- bliesg Band: Orchestra. Reagan, Milton Linn Commercial Major Christensen, Carl Eugene Science Major Jones, James P. Commercial Major 1 .I ' 42 K I 'H . Y SA Class of '46 Miss Ruby Evans, Head Adviser Officers 11.--wut-livitli l'1'4'.vi11e All FIRST SlcM1csrr:R PRHSIDI-:NT Frank Funk ,, LeRoy Wilkerson Melfred Lippert Charlotte Lind .. Joan Davis Jack McL1n Y,,,. ,,., Ellery Wanless ., Bill Boettcher Agnes Nelson .,,.,Y,,i,,,. Juanita Stewart Charleen Wold ,,., Evelyn Robinson William McGinn Shirley Drake ..,. Florence Wager ....,. Bill McConnell ........ Iizwimral Iirnse Miltlrvll lil'1'Q'll Vim' I'7'1'.sirl1'nf Sf'!'l'l'fIll'jl Class Colors Crimson and Gray Advisory Group Officers SECOND Slcivmsrlalz PRESIDENT ,, Frank Sales ,A Edwin Crow Franklin Rider ., , Joanne Adkins .. Arlene Belisle Dermond Smith Delbert Johnson Denny Shattuck Betty Jo Orchard .H Muriel Robbins Mary Dale Taylor ,, Kathleen Bauder Dan Curran Lois Galloway Jacqueline Aslund Gary Knight 43 Anvlsizk Mrs. Barber Mr. Barter Mr. Cording Miss Evans Mrs. Hartncss Mr. Karp Mr. McPhaden Mr. Maben Mrs. Mickelwait Mrs. Miller Mrs. Murray ,, ,,,,,.., Mrs. Pate .. Miss Robinson Mrs. Sells Mrs. Stecher Mr. Swartz tri tl lff . x AI. rt im r-.' f I E Adams, Dick Adkins, Joanne Ahrbeck, Marilyn Albrecht, Neal Alvey, Rodney Alvis, Jack Ammerman, Verda Anderson, E. Anderson, Ellen Anderson, Eva J. Andrich, Don Andruss, Dean Andruss, Helen Anglin, Paul Arbour, Mary Archer, Carol Archer, Leone Aslund, Jacqueline Atchley, Betty Austin, Norlene Back, Lois Bacon, Marjorie Baggett, Bonnie Bailiff, Betty Baker, Margie Baker, Ross Baldwin, Don Barck, Dale Barker, Dorothy Barker, Keith Barnett, William Barnette, June Batzold, Larry Bauder, Kathleen Bauer, Alvin Baxter, Lois Beall, Anna Beck, Pat Becker, Lucille Beedle, Ronald Belisle, Arlene Bellamy, Richard Bennett, Lora Berg, Tommy Berger, Theresa Bergh, Jeanne Bergwall, Lorraine Berry, George Betts, Robert Bittner, Clyde Bjerke, Larry Bjerke, Violet Blagg, Lauren Bloom, Ramona Boehm, Alvin Boettcher, Bill Bonnell, Bob Bonnell, Marjorie Boock, Jackie Boughten, Bonnie Bouma, Gene Bowerman, L. Boydstun, Bernice Boyle, Raymond Brandon, James Braniff, Richard Brelsford, Vess Breneman, Robert Brewe, Patricia Brock, Richard Brooks, Loren Brose, Barbara Broughton, Vivian Brown, Joan 1' . ' Junior Class Bruce, Bill Buhrmaster, Sally Burbridge, Betty Burnett, Ivan Burns, Craig Burton, Don Busch, Grace Busig, Ruth Butler, Janice Campbell, Jack Carlile, Dick Carter, Doris Carr, Ruth Case, John Chard, Gene Chitty, Bessie Christensen, L. Christensen, L. Christenson, S. Church, Bonnie Churchill, Pat Clark, Robert Clayton, Shirley Clement, Elaine Cobb, Marilyn Cockelreas, C. Coffield, Pat Coldwell, Joyce Conners, John Conners, Lois Cook, Pat Cooper, Elroy Cooper, Lawrence Cornell, Robert Cram, Mary Crawford, M. Crawford, Roberta Creathbaum, Alice Crippen, Lorraine Crockford, V. Cross, Cletus Crow, Edwin Cummins, VValter Cunningham, VV. Curran, Dun Dallas, Eileen Dalton, June Darby, Zelma Dark, Pat Darling, Mildred Darr, Katherine Davies, Marjorie Davis, Betty Davis, Jean Davis, Joan Davis, Louls Davis, Marjory Dean, DeLoyce Dean, Peter Deede, Orla Denison, Marjorie DeRosier, Jack Dewey, Barbara Dewey, Geraldine Dick, Mary Dieterick, Twila Dillard, Tom Dirks, Gordon Donovan, Joan Downer, John Downing, Clyde Drake, Shirley Drees, Don DuBois, Joe DuFresne, Nyle Duggan, Johnny Dumler, Conrad Dunaway, Mary Dye, Margic Edmondson, W. Eggen, Keith Egger, Hans Ehlke, Mildred Ellertson, Don Ellithorpe, Maxine Ellsworth, Ellen Elsinga, VVinnie Erstad, Georgine Evans, George Evans, Phyllis Falk, Barbara Farris, Bill Fernandez, Louis Fields, Bob Fields, Lorraine Fisher, Kenneth Fleischman, Renus Flugstad, Gloria Forbis, Ida Foulke, LeRoy Frahm, Thomas Fredrickson, Erma Friedy, Edward Frier, Martha Fugitt, Norman Fuller, Neal Funk, Frank Furgason, Beulah Gaither, Ramona Gale, Jerry Galloway, Lois Gardner, Doris Gardner, Ella Gardner, Gaynell Gerritsen, VVilliam Gibbons, Eunice Gibbs, Lawrence Gibson, Judith Gill, Charles Godden, Dorothy Gohman, Billie Golden, Bob Goodnle, Put Goodnight, Colleen Grunt, Austin Green, Cecilia Green, Gwendolyn Green, Mildred Grimes, Norman Gronewald, Harry Gross, Lyle Grossenbacker, A. Guier, Robert Gustafson, M. Hacke, Alva Hall, Dolores Hall, Etta Hall, Gordon Hall, Raymond Hall, Yvonne Halliday, Marie Halmon, Elaine Hamilton, Betty Hanes, Jackie Haney, Jeanne Hanning, Leo Hansen, Bertha Harju, Lawrence 44 Han rlu n, Bonnie Harris, Sam Hart, Keith Hurt, Lowell Harth, Charlene Headley, Joe Het-tor, Donald Heimbuch, Eugene Herbert, lsabel Hiatt, Marolyn Hinton, Put Hinze, Donna Hockett, Harold Hodge, Billie Jo Hodgson, Keith Hoffman, Anna Holladay, Verna Holloman, David Holloway, Mary Jo Holmquist, Jeanne Hook, XVilliam Hopkins, Barbara Horsch, David Howard, James Howie, LaVonne Huggins, Peggy Hunt, Barbara Hutchcroft, .lim Hutton, Put Hynias, DeMari- lngersoll, Doris Jackson, Shirley Jacobs, Charles Jacobson, Bernard Jahnke, Carolyn James, Marion James, Pat Jamison, Dorothy Jantzer, Paul Jenner, Marianne Johnson Clair Johnson, Delbert Johnson, Don Johnson Dorothy .lohnson Fannye Johnson George Johnson, Maxine Jolley, Carolyn .lones, Charles Jones, Helen Jones, Pauline Jones, Ruth Jorg, Shirley Keech, Bobby Keech, Bonnie Kegler, Ted Keith, George Kelly, Mary Kemp, James King, Loren Kingsley, Phyllis Kleinst-hmidt. A. Kline, Jeanine Knight. Gary Knight, Lucille Kramer, Jim LaDouceur, Louis Lamont, Echo Lamont, Louis Lancaster, Martini Landon, Rodney Langdon, Louise Laqua, Richard Larimer, Ruth Larkin, Kathleen Larson, DeLores Lattimer, Joyce Lattimer, Ruth Lauber, Edee Laws, Bob Lear, Louise Leetch, Viola Lehto, Arthur Leonard, Bertu Levin, Don Light. Aileen Lind, Charlotte Linkemeyer, N, Lippert, Melfred Loggan, Jim Luelling, Barbara McCarthy, Don McConnell, Bill McCoy, Mickey McCray, Leonard McCrory, Sain McCullough, .loy McCune, Robert Mt-Elwain, Alice McGinn, Bill Mt'Kelvie, Marcella Mt-Laughlin, Dick McLin, Jack McMannus, Colleen McNamer, Betty llflt-Rae, Joyce McVeigh, Ray Mack, Jesse Macy, Barbara Mahoney, Jack Marble, Marianne Marshall, Joy Martin, Milton Mason, Roberta Mathys, Kenneth Matthews, Dean Maulson, Jeanine Mayes, Kenneth Mayfield, Gilbert Medlin, Eddie Melick, Zenna Miller, Clyde Miller, Irene Miller, .lllllittf Mills, Delores Mitchell, Carol Moore, Bob Morgan, Eugene Morgan, Joan Morgenthaler, Bob Morris, Virginia Morrison, Patty Morrow, Richard Moss, Glady Moulton, Muriel Mourton, Philippa Mullins, John Mulvanney, Lyle Munger, Judy Murdock, Alan Nash, Leonard Nelson, Agnes Nelson, Brinton Nelson, Donna Ness, Lloyd Noack, Mabel Obbink, Jim Obert, Merton Hlsun. l3l'lll'k' lllsun. .lum- llrcliaril. lh-tty tll'4lW1lX, lmris 1li'tm-gn, Phyllis Hrtliniev--1' lrvni- l'at-tli, Betty l'alat. llub l'arlier, Ulairv l'arkvr, .lulinny i'1Il'iiillSHll, Ray l'vnning'. .lnan IN-nninu, lit-nmltli l'1-mu-, laaiisi- l'vrry, .lm- l't-rrynian, thlnrpri IH-ru, Buriny l'n-in-rsmni. Il".-nv Viviun, Sliirli-5' l'it'l't'P, lmis l'iper, Phyllis l'Ue, ll't'llC I'urt4'r, .Xllly l'rag.:t-r, Stanlvy Prater, lleta l'ri-ililvltu, ,lt-wel Pruuss, llunalll l'ruitI. Marilyn l'l1e-lt, Luis Lguarnlu-rg, Anna liznnagv, Wanda llann, lmnaltl llastl-Ile, Opal lhlyilinnllil, Sally lim-vt-s, Yvlnia livninu-, liiiigw-iw lft"lll1llll',lit-'lll'Vi0Vt' lil-iiiwy, .Icanne liviiwivli, llrm-v lit-yliultls, K. liii-Q-, Rosa llit-linmml, .lulin liillt-r, lfranklin lliln-y, .lozlll Iiwxlnlnilw, Mlll'i4'l ltuln-i'ts, lllvvrett Ruin-rts, Mary linlninsun, llnris linllinsoii, Evelyn Hiblllllwhll, .luyvc limlavli, .lean Holly, Killb' liuesmi, Mvrlyn linac-l's, Beverly Hug.goi's. Villa liupgurs, XYilliani liilul. t'l:u'1-in-41 Hass, Uliarliw Mae linnnsavall, Lindy KlliIj',.l1lIllQ'S Hussain. llurutliy Salim-, l,aVernc Sanlt-wassvi', Luis Sl. iitmnwie, HZ. Sales, Frank Salmwii, XYQISIQ-y Samlt-rsmi, Auslrf-y Sanmh-rs, Garrett Sauter, Alfrt-il Svliilling, Ilnrntliy Sm-himmele, M. Svline-isle-l', Nezl Settles. Herb Sllarre-tt, Rent- Shattuck, livnny Slwffie-lil, Mary Slallver. Jim Slierwoml. Lois Slmeniaker. V. Six-kenl1eri.5er, A. Sinivux, .Iackiv Sissnn, Hi-tty Sling, Lila Small, 'I'ummy Smith, Uerniond Sniitli, Neil Sm-ll, Ilolurt-s Sullanll, Merle Sparr. Edward Spvidel, Mary Springer. Lnrent- Slzirliliuuse-, Ilun Stampor, Hubert Stanwn. lmnnette Steiisrmie. Rin-hard Ste-vi-lisuii, Gone Stt-wart, Earl Stir-wart, .luanita Stewart, Zan-li Streulwr, Joyn- Strvwt, Dun Trapper Snaps Sl.lll6Slllllll, llflvrvin Suttle-S, Ge-nrgia Sultan, Enid Tamis, Gvuixe Tarrant, Ralph 'l'aylur, Uaitlierim- Taylor, Mary llale 'l'aylur. Rirliartl Tlininpsun, l-lvvlyn Tliiirman, Hall Tillman, llesliq- Tindulpli, Dorothy 'l'ittsw4w1'tl1, lfllainv Tnmlinsun, ll. 'l'uwnsenml, XVvsley 'Frmls-ll, lflillm-n urluush, Robt-rt urgxvon, li, way, Wayne Villli-'l', Ray Yail, liorutliy Vantierbeck, E. Van llnrn. James Van Kirk, Ted Van Valli:-nlmerg, IC. Yan Vnlkinhurg, G. Vinson, Llvrry Yus, Pat Wadsworth, M. Wager, Flurvnce- XY:llliei', Carolyn XVallis, llc-rry Waltvr, Valerie T fl. ,V ,fx 4-or fs: ..., as XVankt-, Paul Vllinless. lillvry XVannaniaker, M. XYaral, liarlsara Waril. llnwarml Warnvr. Ulyile- NVatsun, Vliarlnlte- XVL-ar, Francis NVQ-1-ks, Boll lYvvkS, Virginia VVQ-nnliulml, lflrm-sl Wt-Stl-rlunti, N. NYPttm-r, NVilnu-r Vl'lleat, Harald YVlietstone, ldvolyn XYliite, Margie XYi4lby, Dun XYiest-. Rubert XVilkvrsoli, LeRoy Williams, .Inu-lyn VVink, Lennarnl Winterotli, llun XVise, Mary .la Wold. Cliarln-on XVOIHPTSIPY, ll. XVoo4l, Johnny Wuod, Lewis Wurrestor. llaviil Wright, Evelynv Young, lbs-lla Yunker, Divk Zabel. VVanila Zemanvk, Miltun X MF' i W1 is 45 1 V' I ix. Mrs. Barber FIRST SICMICSTER Frank Funk ..A.......Yr.,. ........,,.. P resident Kenneth Mathys .........., ...... V ice President Eugene Vanderbeck ,.,..w. .,..w,...... S ecretary Jack DeRos1er ,,.,Yw. ............,......,..,..,... S alesman First row: Tom Frahm, Bill Cunningham, Walt Cummins, Mervin Stutesman, Lyle Mule vanny, Frank Funk, Johnny Wood, Ross Ba- ker. Second row: Neil Smith, Johnny Parker, Paul Jantzer, Perry Wallis, Bonnie Baggett, Leslie Tillman, Wilbur Wetter, Eugene Van- derheck, John Richmond, Jack Alvis, Mrs. SECOND SEMICSTIIIH Frank Sales ...,..,.....,..........,..,.,.,,.,..,... President William Cunningham ....,.,...,. Vice President Walt Cummins .....,..,,.,.i,, ,....,,.. Secretary Don Widby ..,.....,......,.,,..............,..., . Salesman Barber. Third row: Kenneth Mathys, Jim Hutchcroft, Ted Kegler, James Ruby, Don Levin, James Brandon, Don Widby, Dick Mc' Lougnlin, Paul Anglin, Frank Sales. Others: Norman Grimes, William Barnett, Craig Burns, Ray Hall, Bob Morgenthaler, Joe Per- ry, Eugene Remmc. Mr. Barter FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER LeRoy Wilkerson .,., ........r...... P resident Edwin Crow ........... .,.r-,,,-..,,,.. P reSideHi Tommy Smail ......... ..,.,, V ice President Clyde Miller .....,..,,..,., ........ V ive PTeSideHE Lloyd Field .,.,.....i, ,,,,,,,,,,,, S ecretary R3yl'Y101'1d Boyle ....... .--..-,r,--r. S ecretary George Evans ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Salesman Sam Harris ...,..,,,,,............................. Salesman First row: Louis LaDouceur, James Van Holloman, Sam Harris, Dick Taylor, George Evans, Earl Stewart, Bob Laws. Second row: Ed Crow, Conrad Dumler, Tom Berg, Bill Farris, Gordon Hall, LeRoy Wilkerson. Third row: Mr. Barter, Louis Davis, John Mullins, Charles Jacobs, Tommy Smail, Lyle Jacob- son. Others: Lawrence Bowerman, Raymond Boyle, Louis Fernandez, Leo Hanning, Clyde Miller, Bruce Olson, Kenneth Penning, Ed- ward St. George. Mr. Cording FIRST SEMESTER Melfred Lippert .....,....,,,.,,,,,,.,,,..,,,,,, President Gerald Van Volkinburg ...,.... Vice President Louis La Douceur ......,i.,i., ,.,,,,,,,,., S ecretary Dean Matthews i,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,, S a Iesmaii. First row: Louis LaDouseur, James Van Horn, Louis Wood, Robert Betts, Jack Camp- bell, Melfred Lippert, Franklin Rider, George Keith, Dick Braniff. Second row: Dean Mat- thews. Don Street, Robert McCune, Leonard McCray, Howard Tomlinson, Richard Mor- Miss FIRST SEMESTER Charlotte Lind ..,.... .............,.. P resident Eileen Dallas ..,,......... ..,.,. V 'ice President Shirley Jackson ..,,...i..,.,.,.,............... Secretary Zenna Melick ...r,.,.....,..........,..........,.,.., Salesgirl First row: Joyce Coldwell, Gerry Vinson, Verna Holliday, Irene Orthmeyer, Vivian Broughten, Ruth Busig, Amy Porter, Joan Brown, Barbara Dewey, Shirley Jorg, Maxine Johnson, Miss Evans. Second row: Violet Bjerke, Ruth Carr, Margaret Schimmele, Joanne Adkins, Clair Parker, Margie Dye, Charlotte Lind, Kathleen Larkin, Mary Jo x L Isl.. SECOND SEMESTER Franklin Rider ......,.....,... ..............,.. P resident Lewis Wood ,........,......,..,..........., Vice President Gerald Van Volkinburg .,,,................ Secretary Dick Braniff ,...,....,..,..........,..,....,.... Salesman row, James Howard, Alfred Sauter, Mr. Cord- ing. Third row: Claire Johnson, Gerald Van Volkinburg, John Downer, Brinton Nelson, Hans Egger, Richard Laqua, Don Pruess, Kenneth Clark. Others: Robert Guier, Keith Hart, Garrett Saunders, Paul Wanke, Evans SECOND SEMESTER Joanne Adkins ...,.. ................. P resident Ruth Busig .,..,.... ..,.... V ice President Opal Rastede .........,...i,i.,.. ......,.,..,, S ecretary Judith Munger ,.,..,.,.,,..,.,.......,,,,..,..,,.. Salesgirl Wise, Betty Davis, Third row: Dorothy Rus- sum, Winnie Elsing, Eileen Dallas, Judy Munger, Enid Sutton, Kathleen Reynolds, June Barnette, Pat Hinton, Opal Rastede. Others: Shirley Jackson, Irene Kline, Ruth Larimer, Barbara Luelling, Joyce McRae, Zenna Mclick, Jocelyn Williams. 46 s M 1' 'ii' iw fp AJS ,QQ 4. fl ,L , X ." "" x ' ,, . ga xx-TE iw, f., .1 A x 'DK ,U I Mrs. Hartness FIRST SEMESTER -l0ELn Davis .......,. ............,,. P resident Arlene Belisle ....... .... V ice President Patricia Dark ,..,. ,.,,,,,,,.,, S ecfretary Mary Kelly .,..,...,............... ..,.....,..,..,.. S alesgirl First row: Pat Dark, Dorothy Johnson. Dorothy Tindolph, Mary Sheffield, Eunice Gibbons, Vida Rogers, Beverly Rogers, Mil- dred Green, Nyle DuFresne, Phyllis Kingsley. Second row: Joan Davis, Arlene Belisle, Bes- SECOND SEMESTER Arlene B6-lisle ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P resident Jeanne Renney ..... ,...., V ice President Nyle DuFreSne .,,,,, ..,,,i,,,,,,,, S ecretary Phyllis Kingsley .....,.....,,..,......,,........ Salesgirl sie Chitty, Patty Belle Morrison, Verda Am- merman, Lorene Springer, Mary Kelly, Glor- ia Flugstad, Jeanne Renney, Ida Forbis. Oth- ers: Shirley Clayton, Bonnie Boughten, Ai- leen Light, Colleen McMannus. Mr. Karp FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Jack McLin ..........l...... ............... P resident Dermond Smith .....,,. ..,.....,.,,.,,,, P resident Lawrence Cooper ...,.. ...... V ice President Jack McLin ..,...... ....... V ice President Jim Kramer ............. ..,...............l... S ecretary Keith Eggen ..,...........,..,...................... Secretary Charles Jones ..............,.,..,.............,..., Salesman Charles Jones .......,....,......,.,l.......,..,.,.. Salesman First row: Mr. Karp, Eugene Morgan, Sam McCrory, Jim Kramer, Zach Stewart, Don Hector, Charles Jones, Robert Clark, Der- mond Smith, Peter Dean. Second row: Art Lehto, Keith Eggen, David Horsch, Don Drees, George Berry, Jack McLin, Mert Obert, Ivan Burnett. Third row: Larry Bat- zold, Bob Breneman. Others: Lawrence rence Cooper, Bob Moore, Leonard Nash. Mr. McPhaden FIRST SEMESTER Ellery Wanless .I,,,., ,....,...,..,,., P resident Don Johnson ,..,........ ..,.... V ice President Merlyn Roesen .......,, .,...., .....,..,,.. S e cretary Alvin Bauer ............................,....,........ Salesman First row: Don Ellertson, Merlyn Roesen, Edward Sparr, Arden Sickenberger, Delbert Johnson, Wayne Tway, Don Winteroth, A1- vin Boehm, Clyde Bittner. Second row: Wes- ley Townsend, Don Johnson, Merle Solland, Don Burton, Harold Wheat, Austin Grant, SECOND SEINIESTER Delbert Johnson .,,.... .,.....,.....,... P resident Harold Wheat ....,... ...,... V ice President Lowell Hart ..,,...,..........................,,.,.... Secretary Wayne Tway .,....,..I.,.....,,,,.,...,,,...,,,..,,, Salesman Lowell Hart, Kenneth Mayes, Mr. McPhaden. Third row: Ralph Tarrant, Lloyd Ness, Bruce Renwick, Harry Gronewald, Clyde Downing, Alva Hacke, Alvin Bauer. Others: Rodney Alvey, William Hook, Jack Mahoney, Ellery Wanless. Mr. Maben FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Bill Boettcher ....,. .............,.. P resident Denny Shattuck ....... .............. P resident Stan Prager .....,,.,... .,,.,.. V ice President Harold Hockett ........ ..... V ice President Norman Fugitt .....,, ,.,.......... S ecretary Ernest Wennhold ..... ....... ........... S e creta ry Dean Andruss ...................................... Salesman Bill Boettcher ......,..,....,.....,...........,.,... Salesman First row: Dick Adams, Robert Stamper, Denny Shattuck, Kenneth Fisher, Dale Barck, Ray McVeigh, Dean Andruss, Ells- worth Turgeon, Eugene Worcester. Second row: Mr. Maben. Ned Schneider, Leonard Wink, George Johnson, Bill Boettcher, Dick Carlile, Ronald Beedle, Harold Hockett, Stan- r 1 w Az L ley Prager Lawrence Harju. Third row: Howard Ward, Ernest Wennhold, LaVerne Saboe. Bill Gerritsen, Milton Zemanek. Tom Dillard, Joe DuBois, Ted Van Kirk. Others: Norman Fufzitt, Lawrence Gibbs, Paul .lant- zer, Loren King. 48 49 Q 5? Mrs. Mickelwait FIRST SEMESTER Agnes Nelson ..,.... ,.....,......,. P resident Jackie Hanes ..... ..... V ice President Irene Peterson .,... ,.......... S ecretary Marie Fleming ,...,......A....,A.,....,,..,...,..,.. Sdlesgiri First row: Della Young, Marjorie Bacon, Judith Gibson, Jeanine Kline, Lorraine Crip- pen, Irene Miller, Mabel Noack, Marilyn Pru- it, Betty Orchard, Doris Carter. Second row: lVluriel Moulton, Billie Jo Hodge, Katherine Darr, Marie Fleming, Bernice Boydstun, Bon- Mrs. FIRST SEMESTER Juanita Stewart ...... ......,..... P 'resident Anna Quarnberg ......... ,...,. V ice President Philippa Mourton ie,,.,,i,..,.i............. ,. .. Secretary Phyllis Piper ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,t,,,,,,i...,,..,..,. Salesgirl First. row: Viola Leetch, Pat James, Lora Bennett, Marolyn Hiatt, Valerie Walter, Ma- rie Wannamaker, Virginia Shoemaker, Bar- bara Ward, Charlene Harth, Joyce Robinson, Betty Hamilton. Second row: Mary Roberts, Pauline Jones, Sally Buhrmaster, Doris Ord- way, Ellen Anderson, Yvonne Hall, Rosa Rice, Philippa Mourton, Barbara Hunt, DeLores Mills. Third row: Twila Dietcrick, Marilyn Mrs. Murra FIRST SEMESTER Charleen Wold ,,... ............... P 'resident Berta Leonard .,.,..... ...,,. V ice President Marianne Marble ....... ............ S ecretdry Alice Kleinschmidt .............................. Salesgiil First row: Charlotte Watson, Jeanne Ha- ney, Pat Hutton, Mary Dale Taylor, Etta Hall, Bonny Peru, Phyllis Ortego, Marianne Marble, Evelyn Thompson, Alice Klein- schmidt, Marion James. Second row: Lois Baxter, Lois Conners, Pat Brewe, Ruth Jones, Berta Leonard, Louise Langdon, Jo Ann Ri- ley, Ramona Gaither, Lorraine Fields, Mar- jorie Davies. Third row: Theresa Berger, Mrs. FIRST SEMESTER 3 Evelyn Robinson ......, .....,......... P resident June Dalton ............. ....., V ice President Mary Arbour ......... ............ S ecretary Carolyn Jahnke ,........,,...,,..,.....,........... Salesgirl First row: Lois Puett, Marcella McKelvie, Lois Sherwood, Rene Sharett, Sally Ray- mond, Louise Christensen, Delores Hall, Mary Arbour, Cecilia Green, Bertha Hansen, Joan Morgan. Second row: Mrs. Pate, June Olson, Janice Miller, Lucile Christensen, Col- leen Goodnight, Martha Lancaster, Georgine Erstad, Joan Penning, Evelyn Robinson, Pat SECOND SEMESTER Betty Jo Orchard ....., .,...,......,...... P resident Judith Gibson .,....... Bonnie Keech ...... Muriel Moulton ....... Vice President , ...,.,,.... Secretary Salesgirl Anderson, Orla Deede, Third row: Doris Gard- Irene Peterson, Jessie Lorraine Bergwall, Mil- Llred Ehlke, Mrs. Micklewait. Others: Roberta Crawford, Jackie Hanes. nie Keech, Eleanor Markolita Crawford. ner, Marjory Davis, Mack, Agnes Nelson, Miller SECOND SEMESTER Muriel Robbins ............. ................... P resident Virginia Shoemaker .,...... ..,.... V ire President Rosa Rice ..,,.......................................... Secretary Phyllis Piper ........................................ Salesgirl Cobb, Betty Burbridge, Barbara Falk, Elaine Tittsworth, Jaunita Stewart, Anna Quarn- berg, Phyllis Piper, Roberta Mason, Muriel Robbins. Fourth row: Miss Martin, Mary Lou Dick, Elaine Clement, Jackie Boock, Mrs. Mil- ler, Marie Halliday. Others: Eva Anderson, Vermillion Crockford, Peggy Huggins, Jackie Simcox. Y SECOND SEMESTER Mary Dale Taylor ........ ................... P resident Alice Kleinschmidt ....... ....... V ice P'l"6Sld67Lt Wanda Ramage ........, ............. S ecretary Marjory Davies .................................... Salesgirl Carolyn Walker, Betty Bailiff, Donna Nel- son, Dorothy Godden, Charlie Ross, Marjorie Denison, Margie White, Evelyne Wright. Fourth row: Maxine Ellithorpe, Irene Poe, Louise Lear, Charleen Wold, Pat Cofiicld, Mrs. Murray. Others: Pat Barnett, Donna Hinze, LaVonne Howie, Barbara Macy, Wan- da Ramage, Catherine Taylor. Pate SECOND SEMESTER Kaye Bauder ,.,....,.., ,. ...........,..., President' DeLores Larson ,,.,.... ....... V ice President Bertha Hansen .......... ................ SeCYelfCL7'y Carolyn Jahnke ................................ SCLleSQ1l'l Goodale, Virginia Weeks. Third row: Eileen Trudell, Phyllis Evans, Lois Sadewasser, Carol Archer, Sue Ahrbeck, Carolyn Jahnke. Mary Cram, DeLores Larson, Anna Hoffman, Pat Beck, Joy Marshall. Others: Kay Bauder, June Dalton, Mickey McCoy, Mary Speidel, Mildred Wadsworth. l 50 K I . S F3 ,y I Miss Robinson FIRST SEMESTER William McGinn ,...... ....,..s.,,. P resident Kenny Leach .,,....... ...,. V ice President Dick Mansfield ....,............,,..,.,.s.,ss,s.,s. Secretary Charles Cockelreas ,..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Salesman. First row: John Case, William Bruce, Ar- men Grossenbacker, Dan Curran, Gene Bou- ma, Eddie Medlin, Lauren Blagg, Jim Log- gan, Bob Keech. Second row: Ben Edmond- son, Lyle Gross, Charles Cockelreas, Elroy Cooper, Bob Fields, Herb Settles, Everett Roberts, Wesley Salonen. Third row: Miss Mrs. FIRST SEMESTER Shirley Drake ........ ......,........ P resident Jean Holmquist .,,,,, ..... V ice President Lois Galloway .i,ei,,, ,,,,.,,, . .. Secretary Donnette Stanton ..,i..i,,.,..,,...,........,.... Salesgirl First row: Jewel Prediletto, Lois Pierce, Shirley Drake, Joan Donovan, Alice McEl- wain, Margaret Gustafson, Isabell Herbert, Evelyn Whetstone, Joyce Lattimer, Jeanne Bergh. Second row: Helen Jones, Mildred Darling, Elaine Halmon, Dorothy Barker, Norma Linkemeyer, Echo Lamont, Ella Gardner, Beulah Furgason, Kitty Rody, Lois Galloway, Gaynell Gardner. Mrs. Sells. Third row: Joy McCullough, Doris Ingersoll, Alice SECOND SEMESTER Dan Curran .................. ................... P resident Charles Cockelreas ,..,,.. ...... V ice President Lyle Gross ....................,....................... Secretary William McGinn ..,,....... ..,..,........,,.,.. S alesman Robinson, Robert Wiese, Gene Chard, Bill McGinn, Gilbert Mayfield, Neal Fuller, Bob Stackhouse, Clyde Warner. Others: Don Baldwin, James Kemp, Rodney Landon, Lin- dy Rounsavall, Gene Stevenson, Bob Thur- man, Bob Turbush, Ray Ulmer, Earl Van Valkenberg. Sells SECOND SEMESTER Lois Galloway ............. ............,... P resident Naomi Westerlund ,..... .,.,... V ice President Billie Gohman .....,.....,..... ....... ..... S e cretary Mildred Darling ..............................,..... Salesgirl Creathbaum, Virginia Morris, Lucille Knight, Jean I-lolmquist, Donnette Stanton, Marianne Jenner, Genevieve Remour, Marjorie Bonnell, Louise Pence. Fourth row: Audrey Sander- son, Betty McNamer, Bonnie Church. Others: Betty Atchley, Lucille Becker, Barbara Brose, Grace Busch, Mary Dunaway, Billie Gohman, Gwen Green, Frances Wear, Naomi Wester- lund. Mrs. Stecher FIRST SEMESTER Florence Wager .... ............... P resident Velma Reeves ...... ...... V ice President Martha Frier ........ ........,. ................ S e cretary Anna Beall ............................................ Salesgirl First row: Sylvia Christenson, Pat Cook, Anna Beall, Leone Archer, DeLoyce Dean, Delores Snell, Martha Frier, Neal Albrecht, Geraldine Dewey, Carol Mitchell. Second row: Mrs. Stecher, Florence Wager, Shirley Picton, Bonnie Harlan, Carolyn Jolley, Betty Sisson, Janice Butler, Ramona Bloom, Edee SECOND SEMESTER Jacqueline Aslund ..... ................ P resident Gerry Dewey ............ ...... V ice President Edee Lauber .............. ................ S ecretary Carol Mitchell .................................... Salesgirl Lauber, Fannye Johnson, Dorothy Jamison, Third row: Pat Vos, Pat Churchill, Wanda Zabel, Ileta Prater, Georgia Suttles, Jean Ro- dack, Betty Paeth, Ellen Ellsworth, Jacque- line Aslund, Mary Halloway. Others: Erma Fredrickson, Velma Reeves, Lila Skog. Mr. Swartz FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Bill McConnell ....... ............. P resident Gary Knight .......... ................. P resident Ray Parkinson ....... ...... V ice President Jerry Gale .................. ........ V ice President Larry Metcalf ..... ............ S ecretaru Renus Fleischman ..... ............. S ecretarju Don Andrich ........................................ Salesman Jim Shelver ........................................ Salesman First row: William Rogers, Vess Brelsford, Keith Barker, George Tamis, Renus Fleisch- man, Clarence Root, Don Andrich, Gary Knight, Keith Hodgson, Johnny Duggan. Second row: George Parryman, Don Rann, Richard Bellamy, Ray Parkinson, Jim Shel- ver, Joe Headley, Richard Stensrude, John Conners. Third row: Jerry Gale, Dick Yun- ker, Bill McConnell, Al Murdock, Duke Cross, Mr. Swartz. Others: Don Fredrichson, De- Marr Hymas, Don McCarthy. Al N . ti g ' u "2 58 an f'N :fa -,--n up I A 'Q ' e -V 'gal' H Class of '47 Miss Olive Roberts, Head Adviser Officers Iimry I.eim'lnm-r I'l'4'S1llr'wf FIRST SEMESTER PRESIDENT Isabel Frier Jack Gillis ..,l,, Joann Coma .,,,.,l Verna Boddy ,,,.l Wesley Dean ,.,., Charles Gill ,.....l Emma Colvin ....,, William Caples William Osborne Mary Savage .Yl,, Shirley Olson Edward Rood ..,... Ginger Copeland Bud McDonald .. Jeannette Harrington ..,... Lyle Woolf .......,.,..,,.,.,..... E x 1. ., llll U llryzinl lielly ,Xml Xl 1 l'ir't l'I'Fsl'1lQ'f1I S11 I Class Colors Blue and Gray Advisory Group Officers SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT Shirley Cook Donald Cannard Clara Mae Koskell Evelyn Malone . Robert Phelps ...... Dick Smith Patricia Ryan Thomas Millar Clealand Squires Janet Rose Hiser Laverna Lay ,, ,,,.... John Miller ......,,, ., Kathleen McGogy James Strahl Sue Hilborn Teddy Dick 54 my ADVISIGR Miss Brown .. .,... Mr. Divine Miss Dunlop Miss Ellson Mr. Foster Mr. Frost Miss Kirwin Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Phillips .. Mrs. Rydbom Mrs. Snyder Mr. Thomas Miss Tipton Mrs. Weidemier Mrs. Wieseke Mrs. Young mf W Igwfgs Q E-x is 44 FX: ll Z ll L51 Alu-ln, lio1'm-lli- .XlIL'l'Ilillllj. Ii. .Mlm-iiiiiiu, Alllfyilllk' .Mlm-i', Iillvzl .Ulu-ii, .lim Allwrls, Ili-m'gv .XIII-ii, lflli-zulml' Alvis, l'zll ,Xllllz-INHII4 llvlly ll. .lliili-rxml. lmrulluy ,Xliell-1'suii, Ii. .Xii1lvi'soi1. 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'R Rusviilmlzul, M. liuhiii, Gilbert Ryan, 1'z1t1'iL'i1t Saulowzlssvr, A. Szimlvrsml. Mairizui Szmilstruni, XV. Sziiivo, Glurizt Saix':ipJ,e, Mary Sziyiw, l.i-mialiwl Svlllii-l1tig.L'. ll, Si-lmwlzer, lklurgiu St-lmlz, XYlllli1l Scum-1', Betty Ss-ll-t, Iilrling Svttle-S, Jezitwtte Slizirp, ML-rlv Shaw, Iiivliunl Sll'lllL'l', llztrnlll Sinivnx, .lum- Sims, Eloise Ski-ltmm, llvllv Slaiytuti, Bulb Smith. ,Xrlviw Smith. ISL-tty Luiz Smith, Ilimzllil Smith, l':uti'ivi:i fin l 1 Smith, Riwlizml Smith, 'lk-ilmly Smith, XYHXIIQ' Snell, lfltlit-l Siiiilt-ig Iiimzilil SuliuleWSlil, ll. SIllIlllSliy, l'I. Simulzih-11. C. Siviwiiselti, luis Spcnwv, l'1:irh:tx':i Spurliiig, Vztlrii- Stllll1'L'S, Cleailzmtl Stzlrlu-y, Ruin-rt S-tovlit-i', Nm-iiniii Ste-ole, liivliziiwl SHAW-Its, Rnlu'l'I Sli-Vt-tis. Sully l,4lll Stvvviis, YL-limi Sit-wairt lmiipqlais Stt-wzirt. l':iti'iviti Stirlim.:. Hi-illzih St-wi-lit-. 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NVQ-ln-l', lb:-lun-S XYNIICS, liulwrl Wvlli-1-, .laiimls Wvstt-mluit, ldlleii Wt-tzol, Mziry Y, NVhitt-, '11-miiv NVhitlnw, H1ll'lHll'il XVig.:'g'ins, 151-tty NYilh:ti'9:vi', ldiltlle XVillztl'tl, Alice xVllll1llllS, Culliv Wilsun, Catherine XVilsmm, lWIlll',lUl'lU XVunie1'sley, ll. xYUlMlill'll, IXlzu'tlizl XYimlf, Lyle Wright, Slut-y Yulw, Tetlmly York, Mxtrviai Yming, liiigw-iiv Ytllllltkf. lNlzt1'vvll:i 57 wma X i , Q , .,,, - . in X I J.. Miss Brown FIRST SEMESTER Isabel Frier ........... ,,,,,,,.,.. P resident Dolly Wardrip Y,.., ..,, . . ..... Vice President Maybelle Hilberg ,.... ......,....,.,....,...,... S ecretary Shirley Cook ..,Y.,,..,,......,,,........,,..,,..,... Salesgirl First row: Amelia Lanier, Shirley Swof- ford, Martha Woodard, Betty Batchelar, Coralee Andrews, Helen Andruss, Marilyn Fogelquist, Shirley Cook, Beulah Stirling, Johanna Johnson, Phyllis Lonsinger. Second row: Pat King, Betty Moore, Alice House, Betty Olsen, Dolly Wardrip, Neva Mattson, Margie Sehmelzer, Donna Hansen, Isabel SECOND SEMESTER Shirley Cook .,,,,.,,,,, ...,.,,,,..,....,,, P resident Coralee Andrews ,,.,,,. ....... V ice President Betty Olsen ,.,.,...,,......,..,..i..,.,,......,...i Secretary Dolly Wardrip .,.....,..,,,,...,,,,,,,..,,..,,,,,, Salesgirl Frier, Erma Jean Dawkins, Eunitia Pearrow, Miss Brown. Third row: Dolores Plummer, Patty Scriven, Betty Caldwell, Eloise Sims, Billie Grimes, Jeannine Casaw, Lois Dalen, Lillian Vail, Lois Iverson, Maybelle Hilberg. Others: Leasta Vail, Barbara Whitlow, Kath- ryn Howe, Jean Bradford. Mr. Divine FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Jack Gillis .,..........,.... .............. P resident Donald Cannard .....,.. .,.....,......., P resident Donald Cannard ..,i., ..... V ice President John Lewis .....,.,.,.,i,,..,., ,,.,., V ice President Kenneth Greene ......,. .,.,,.,,.,,. Secretary Kenneth Hinshaw ........,. ,,.,.,,..,,, S ecretary Bill O'Bryant ..,i,.,..,,..,....,,.i.,.,.....,,... Salesman James Langdon A.,......,,...,...........,,.,., Salesrn-an First row: Jack Crowley, Lewis Thurston, Bob Weeks, Merle Sharp, Harold Greenwood, John Lewis, Don Hansen, Don Cannard, John- ny Hart, Louis Farmer. Second row: Max Musgrove, Bob Patton, Bill O'Bryant, Jack Gillis, Donald Smith, George Lilly, Bill Mish- Miss FIRST SEMESTER Joann Coma ,...,...,.... ,...i.,.,,.,I,,, P resident Anna Mae Gilronan ..,,, ,.,,, . . Vice President Betty Miller ,.,,,..,,,,.,,,,, ,,......,.. . . S6C'l'6fa7"ll Nan Heughan ..,,, . .. . . .. . . Salesgfirl First row: Clara Mae Koskell, Anna Mae Gilronan, Betty Lincoln, Shirley Malander, Mabel Carlton, Marjorie Wilson, Pat Ste- wart, Carmen Panos, Joann Coma, Pauline Brewer, Yolanda Campbell. Second row: Nan Heughan, Mildred Hale, Alberta Sadewasser, Betty Lou Anderson, Opal Boron, Ilah Mae Miss FIRST SEMESTICR Verna Boddy ....... ..,,...... P resident Pat Smith ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,i. V ice President Alice Keto ,,,...,, .,,,,,,,, S ecretary Evelyn Malone ......I..........,..,,..I,,,.I,,.,.. Salesgiri First row: Marcella Young, Mary Lou Par- ten, Nancy Thompson, Jacqueline Jordan, Evelyn Johnson, Peggy Hopkins, Marcia York, Doris Handwerk, Katherine Barrett, Janet MacGregor. Second row: Bonnie Eber- le, Wanda Fout, Billye Barnes, June Oberg, Ioan Barton, Mary Walters, Muriel McDaniel, A t 58 , vo rI I ler, Johnny Knauss, Kenneth Greene, Mr. Divine, Third row: Bruce Beamer, VValter DuPaul, Kenneth Hinshaw, Austin Romines, Richard Steele, Bill DeKlotz, James Lang- don, D'Arvil James. Others: David Breiten- stein, Howard Pietz, Tom Van Hovel. Dunlop SECOND SEMESTER Clara Mae Koskell .,,... I.i..,..,,.,..,.,,. P resident Joann Coma ....,.......,... ..,... V ice President Betty Lincoln ........, ,,,,,,,,,.. S ecretary Betty Miller .. ......ii,......i........,,.., Salesgirl Gleesing, Betty Cusic, Flora Nylund, Bonnie Furgason, Vivian Stotts. Third row: Evelyn Thompson, Shirley Anderson, Betty Volker, Donna Jirmasek, Connie Bertinchamps, Tre- va Keckler, Mildred Laddusaw, Miss Dunlop. Others: Thelma Freeman, Betty Miller, Betty Seaver, Frances Walker, 'Dorothy Anderson. Ellson H SECOND SEMESTER Evelyn Malone ....... .................., P resident Verna Boddy .....,....... ..... V ice President Billye Barnes ............ ........... S ecretdry Janet MacGregor ........,..,.....,- .......... S alesgirl Sally Lou Stevens, Evelyn Malone, Eleanor Pluid. Third row: LaVeria Kelly, Betty Lou Hancock, Donna Ensby, Chloe Hiebert, Betty Dhanens, Betty Lee Pruett, Jane Simcox, Davijean Schlichtig, Bernice Barrone, Miss Ellson. Others: Verna Boddy, Pat Smith, Bonnie Patterson, Laura Tucker. 25 1 vo 'W Mr. Foster FIRST SEMESTER Wesley Dean ..,,,,... .,............. P resident Robert Phelps ...... ....., V ice President Bob Galloway ...... ,......,... S ecretary Bob Crippen .,........,..........l.................. Salesman First row: Jim Alben, Pete Jones, Dan Mc- Intosh, Richard Mscichowski, Melvin Dunn, Robert Phelps, Teddy Yohe, Richard Proll, Wesley Dean. Second row: Bob Slayton, Glenn Erickson, Bob Galloway, Lorry Leich- SECOND SEMESTER Robert I Phelps ..,. ..,,...,.......,... P resident Bob Crlppen ..,... ....... V ice President Jim Alben ......... ..,......... S ecretary Wesley Dean .............,........,...,.,t.,..,..... Salesman ner, Jay Dee Ketron, Buster Bush, John Ber- dinner, Erling Selle, Dick Osborn, Mr. Fos- ter. Others: Bill Bonser, Bob Crippen, Willis Harmala, Ross Hutcheson, Bob Starkey. , Mr. Frost FIRST SEMESTER Charles Gill .,.,..... ........... P resident Dick Smith ........ ..... V ice President Bud Keeney ...,...,..,.........,.,i,.,,.,,,.,..i.., Secretary Emit Boyd ...,..,,..YY.,Y.l,.,..,..,,.....,...,... Salesman First row: Archie Orr, LeRoy Peters, Brozie Lathan, Wanza Brown, Albert Bauer, Carl Pullam, Richard Chalquest, Norman Stecher, Tim Hibbard, Fred DeGrande. Sec- ond row: James Weller, Loren Frodl, Ken- neth Bergum, Glenn Rydmon, Eugene Young, Robert Carter, Edward Nuhring, Mr. Frost. say Warren, Ronald Snider. Third row: Ken- FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Dick Smith ..... .,........,........ P resident Allen Greene ...... ...... V ice President Robert Carter ........ .......... ...,......... S e cretary Ted Cleman ........................................ Salesman Third row: Ted Osborne, Rollin Van Gorder, Gilbert Rubin, Emit Boyd, Duane King, Rol- land Webberly, Hubert Maser. Others: Wayne Charnes, Ted Cleman, Bob French, Charles Gill, Allen Greene, Alan Hylen, Dean Meyer, Dick Smith, Lawrence Thompson, Lloyd Vinsonhaler. Mrs. Johnson Bill Caples .....i.,..... ......i....... P resident Woodford Hart Vice President Teddy Smith ...................... ............ S ecretary Donald Horn , ...............i....,............. , Salesman First row: Donald Newman, Kendall Red- enbaugh, Sam Tift, Bill Caples, Robert Groat, John Germane, Robert Cole, Donald Horn, Teddy Smith, Dick Shaw. Second row: Eu- gene Betts, Donald DeLong, Donald Romines, William Johnson, Donald Mcllvain, Kenny Dahl, George Alberts, Woodford Hart, Lind- SECOND SEMESTER Tom Millar ..........,.,....... ......,........ P resident Bill Caples .....i.......................... Vice President Kendall Redenbaugh ........,.......,..,.... Secretary Lindsay Warren .i.,.,...i.....,................ Salesman neth Farrar, Gaylord Versteeg, Bill Gilbert, Tom Millar, Gene Koch, Albert Brasket, Al- vin Becker, Robert Sevens, Daniel Nash, Mrs. Johnson. Others: Robert Pauley, Robert Pem- berton, Kenneth Abernathy. Miss Kirwin FIRST SEMESTER Emma Colvin ....., .........,,...,, P resident Joyce Meuler ..,.... ..... V ice President Pat Ryan ....,..... .,..,,,.,,., S ecretary Ruth Kent ..,............................,........,... Salesgirl First row: Margie Pinkerton, Emma Col- vin. Beverly Thompson, Irene Hallum, Lois Buslach, Barbara DeWater, Betty Newkirk, Pat Lacy, Virginia Gardner, Kathleen Lewis. Second row: Joyce Meuler, Beverly Bruner, Leona Hunsucker, Pat Ryan, Pat Alvis, Myr- na Holton, Shirley Fisher, Midge Palmer, 4 P All. - . SECOND SEMESTER Pat Ryan ............ ................ P resident Joyce Meuler .,......... ,,.,.,.. V ice President Mary V. Wetzel ..,i., ....,..,..,.,.... S ecretary Velma Stevens .........,...................,..,... Salesgirl Wilma Price, Ruth Kent. Third row: Joann Galloway, Wanda Franklin, Mary Virginia Wetzel, Velma Stevens, Laurel Curran, Geor- geine McCoy, Miss Kirwin. Others: Margaret Barbeau, Jacqueline Helgelund, Betty Smith, Lillian Kroll. 60 , ,, X. 4? Alla ' !.mzr,.ai w, Mrs. Phillips FIRST SEMESTER Bill Osborne ...,., .,....,.... P resident Wesley Pfeifer ,,.,,,,.,,.. ..,... V ice President Clealand Squires .,,.YY.,..,,., ...,.....,.,,.. S ecretary LeRoy Graham Y,....,,,,,..,,,,.,A,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,, S alesinaii First row: Clealand Squires, Norman Jones, Bernard Grindland, Bertie Proctor, Larry Hall, Gene Skelton, Collie Williams, Wesley Pfeifer, Alvin Casteel, Donald Benu- sa. Second row: Bill Mickelson, Edward Brown, Richard Davis, Jim Flores, Bill Os- SECOND SEMESTER Clealand Squires .Y.... .. .,..........,, President Bill Osborne .,,,.,,,,, Vice President Norman Jones ...,...........,.. .........,....... S ecretary Clyde Leaf ..,,.,...,...i.,,.Yi....,............... Salesmarz borne, Clyde Leaf, LeRoy Graham, Vernon Kelley, Jerome Morin, Mrs. Phillips. Others: Howard Derrickson, Shirly Fitzgerald, David Gattman, Eugene Lengvenis, Mervin Purdy, James Nancarvis. Mrs. Rydbom FIRST SEMESTER Mary Savage ...... .........., P resident Mary McBain ,,.,,,, ,,,.. V ice President Shirley Konnie .,,..,.. ,,.,,,,,,,,, S ecretary Lucille Lishan ..,,..,,,....,.....,,....,.......... Salesgirl First row: Luella Pierson, Lois Roberts, Donna Forbes, Gloria Sauve, Virginia Haz- lett, Mary Savage, Donna Lee, Vera New- comb, Evelyn Owings, Janneke Burhans. Second row: Leola McCain, Oveta Price, Mary Greenfield, Lila DeCamp, Shirley Kon- nie, Janet Rose Hiser, Antionette Deschner, SECOND SEMESTER Janet Rose Hiser .,.,., .,,,..i,..,..,.,.,.. P resident Annabelle Haley ....... ....... V ice President Donna Lee ..,,.,..,,.i.,,i.i ............. S ecretary Ellen Westendorf i,,,.,i......,.,,,..,,....,,.... Salesgirl Ellen Westendorf, Margaret Mathes, Mrs. Rydbom. Third row: Marjorie Hansen, Ruth Brosten, Pat Hurley, Lovetta Bingham, Mary McBain, Billie Eggleston, Beverly Cummings, Mildred Rosenblad. Others: Vivian Brown- ing, Annabelle Haley, Marvine Keller, Patsy Mathes, Arlene Smith. Mrs. Snyder FIRST SEMESTER Shirley Olson ..,......,... ............,.. P resident Catherine Wilson ..... ..... V ice President Esther Bailey ..l.......... ,........... S ecretary Beverly Bennett .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...... S alesgirl First row: Eula Mae Jones, Betty Preston, Catherine Wilson, Clara Flippo, Ethel Snell, Evelyn Bacon, Inez Knopp, Joan Huntley, Donna Durgan, Fern Roessler. Second row: Delores Busig, Joanne Hazlett, Barbara Spence, Jeanette Settles, Priscilla Masser, Delores Weber, Beverly Bennett, Barbara McGraw, Esther Bailey, Betty Nixon, Mrs. SECOND SEMESTER Laverna Lay ,.......... .....,...,...,,.. P resident Joanne Hazlett .....,, . ....., Vice President Lloyd Hinz .,...,,...., ,..... ............ S e cretary Jeanne Swain .......,................, ,....,.,., S alesgirl Snyder. Third row: Laverna Lay, Dorothy Clark, Mary Lou Pflngston, Loraine Lund- gren, Ruth Sundberg, Shirley Furio, Lloyd Hinz, Shirley Olson, Shirley Brown, Eleanor Allen. Others: Katherine Hinkle, Dorothy Kaiser, Jeanne Swain, Tennie White, Norma Venable. Mr. Thomas FIRST SEMESTER Edward Rood ..... .........,l..., P resident Allen Larson ..,..,, ..... V ice President John Miller .,,,,., ..,...,..,.. S ecretatry LeRoy Foulke ,,...,..............,,,.,,..,,...... Salesman First row: John Fitzgibbon, Ted Davids, James Golding, Bob Linn, Allen Larson, Horner Polley, Wallace Sandstrom, Elbert Collins, Dick Brazier. Second row: Stacy Wright, Lowell Neil, Wallace Anderson, Ed- ward Rood, Roland Reed, Bill Carlson, Clar- ALM. it SECOND SEMESTER John Miller ......... ........,........ P resident Homer Polley .... ,..,.., Vice President Clarence Bliven ...... ,,,...,,..... S alesman ence Bliven, Keith Clabaugh. Third row: John Miller, Lyle Mosier, Allen Olson, Ran- dall Vilander, Forest Bedell, Roy Harvey, Mr. Thomas. Others: Gene Edwards, Frank Grossenbacher, Kenneth Peppel, Allen Ploos- ter, Wayne Smith, Allen Tindolph. 63 ui' vf ,X 6' T, , , P, A x H w, gchar: 'g l 1 I 5 gh. I Miss Tipton FIRST SEMESTER Ginger Copeland ,7,,,,, ..,.....,AA.AA. P resident Kathleen McGogy ,Y,., ,..,. V ice President Pat Olson ..,Y.Y.......... .,.,.,,,.,,, S ecretdry Lois Sorensen ,.....,,.,,,,,,,Y.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Salesgirl First row: Mary Mason, Ethlyn Potter, Leona Dean, Joan Klir, Lois Sorensen, Pat Olson, Georgia Humphrey, Eddie Mae Wil- barger, Maxine Christensen, Darlene LaPi- erre. Second row: Miss Tipton, Elaine Webb, Bernette Abeln, Barbara Hancock, Joanne Breckel, Jeanne Koerber, Patty Johnson, FIRST SEMESTER Bud McDonald ..,.,... ..,. Dale Gunz ..,,a,a,a Leo Clark ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..,, .,......... r...,. First row: Albert Koons, ston, Ralph Porter, Jerry Blohm, Bill Fitzwater, Burt SECOND SEMESTER Kathleen MCGOgy ,...,, ,............r.. P resident Joanne Breckel rl,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, V ice President Lois Sorensen ....,,. .,,,r..r.,r.. S ecretary Pat Olson ..................i,,....,,.,...,,,..,...... Salesgirl Dorothy King, Louise Nelson. Third row: Janice Beckman, Virginia Petty, Ginger Cope- land, Valrie Spurling, Wilma Schulz, La- Rayne Anderson. Others: Gretchen Womer- sley, Helene Robison, Virginia Mudge, Kath- leen McGogy, Delores Limbs, Betty Hill. Mrs. Weidemier President Vice President Lee Trlbble ........... ,t,.,. Secretary Salesman Larry Living- Conrad, Billy Bennett, Dick Burbridge, Leo Clark, Joseph Halliday. Sec- ond row: Don Mills, Dick Larson, Robert Nygaard, Leonard Sayre, Ronald Hunter, SECOND SEMESTER Jim Strahl ............... .,.............,, P resident Larry Livingston ...... ........ V ice President Ray Utterback ....... ............. S ecretary Billy Blohm ,.....,,.,A,.....,,.....,..,.,.......... Salesnuwl Russell Lawrence, Lyle Emerson, Mrs. Weide- mier, Third row: Alfred Kenning, Lee Mon- teith, James Strahl, Lee Tribble, Bob An- drews, Frank McCabe, Jim Gustafson, Derald Dick. Others: Henry Mounts, Ray Utterback, Bud McDonald, Louis Jones. Miss Wieseke FIRST SEMESTER Jeannette Harrington ....,... ,.....i..i... P resident Arlie Dale Hull ....,......... . ,.,... Vice President Irene Morrison .......,..l,.l ..,.....,,... S ecretarry Maryanne Ademino i,,,,..,.,,..,,.,..,.,,.,.., Salesgirl First row: Pat Lowry, Elizabeth Solonsky, Ay1een,LaPierre, Pat Chittester, Jean Fryer, Ardele Firestone, Jean Batchelar, Barbara Hopkins, Marylouise Davis, Betty Wiggins. Second row: Arlene Nordlinder, Arlie Dale Hull, Joyce Strecker, Lucile Sundem. Pauline McElwain, Viris Bell, Ruth Klaudt, Faye SECOND SEMESTER Sue Hilborn .,.,..,,.,..,..,,l,l ..l..,,..,....,. P resident Jeannette Harrington ..........,... Vice President Jean Fryer ..,,..,...,.,,.....,, ,..........,. S ecretary Arlie Dale Hull ......... .,...... ........,...... S a lesgirl Jones, Dorothy Bowman. Third row: Miss Wieseke, Pat Roberts, Phyllis Gropper, Mary- ane Ademino, Sue Hilborn, Jeannette Har- rington, Dorothy Olson. Others: Dorothy Vail, Marian Sanderson, Shirley Petterson, Irene Morrison, Betty Manslield, June Hartle, Josephine Dunegan, Marion Armstrong. Mrs. Young FIRST SEMESTER Lyle Woolf .,...... ................ P resident Teddy Dick .,...... ...i... V ice President' Jim Ayers ...,...... Iii......,iI, S ecretary Bob Newman .....,..........,,...................... Salesman First row: Norman Benson, Orville Storlie, Dick Conway, Clarence Somdalen, Lyle Woolf, Eugene Heimbuek, Sterling Parker, Charles Fletcher, Edward Sobolewski, LeRoy Peters. Second row: Harold Siemer, Eddie Flager, Donald Davis, John Kent, Teddy l, . A - T ALM SECOND SEMESTER Teddy Dick .,.....,..... .,..,,....,..,.... P resident Orville Storlie ,..,,., .,,..... V ice President Donald Davis ..,............ .....,.............. S ecretary Norman Benson ........,.....,,,I......,.... .... S alesman Dick, Jim Ayers, Douglas Stewart. Third row: Stanley Case, Alan Pruitt, Marvin Chas- tain, Eugene Buetow, Don McVicker, Mrs. Young. Others: Robert Bunting, Charles Rek- dahl, Bob Newman, Myrten Jones, Lowell Haley. 64 1 , 67 ,X x L 9 fx, xg i 1 5 4 5 716301 GRGANIZATIGNS we-. Student Body Officers , , . , . v l . l'lzu'r1n-Ill-1-flvm I :H U1 lm, ll:u'Imr:1 Nl-Itlelun lst Vim' I'l'1'.wi4lr'nI I VVSHIHH Zml Vim- l'1'rxi1lrf1l eg , Rose Marie XViley Sf I'?'l'f1lI'-ll The Student Council is the most representa- tive group in school. Its membership includes the Student Body president, first and second vice presidents, secretary, and sergeant-at arms, the Girls' League president, Boys' League president, and the Senior, Junior and Sophomore class presidents. The editor of Bill Riildlc- S1'l'!ll'!llIf-ilf-.-l rms the Log is a member, but does not have the right to vote. The Council decides all matters pertaining to the school as a Whole. Faculty advisers are Mr. DeYoung, Principal, Mr. Conover, Vice Principal, and Miss von Berg, Dean of Girls. Student Council First row: i'I2ll'l'it'ltL' Colvin, l3:l1'hz1l'u Nettletan, Bill Knapp, th-m'gv lil-itll, liurluxrzi Vuples, Ruse Marie VViloy, Kay SUl'1'l1St'll. Sen-mul row: Hill Riddle-, Miss nm Hemi, Mr. Vfmuxer, Mm-rlc 1ALlld6I'il0ill1, Rodney Strung, Mr, l1eYnuu5:. Y . I A ' u i V ia x , Girls' League Miss Dorothea von Berg, Dean of Girls Louise Ilnngwlon linv Soi-4-nsen l-' vnni- Hzirlnn ' . H i 1 1'ol'f'4'.w, Nrr, l'1'osnl1nl Hr:-i11'1l11l1f Nfl: The outstanding project in the successful year for the Girls' League was the Big Sister movement, directed by the corresponding secretary to aid all new girls in becoming ac- quainted with the traditions, class rooms, activities and fellow students of Vancouver High School. The girls chosen as Big Sisters attended an instruction class conducted by Miss von Berg, Dean of Girls. An evening potluck, the costume mix and the spring Tolo Dance were given to promote friendship. Sponsored also by the Girls' League was the 'Christmas to a Buddy" pack- age drive, the Red Cross projects for service Yves 17? zivrpzniwlt Alorron' liairlinin Ibeeniy mlmmm Muurum l if-1' I l'I'SH1L'llf l i'v'r1x14r'1'1' , ' Iluporlcr men in the hospitals, and the overseas boxes for children in war areas. A number of interesting assemblies includ- ed the Installation Ceremony, a talk, "The Girls Who Win Friends and Influence Peo- ple" by Miss Ge1'trude Crane, a play, "A Package for Ponsonbey" given by the G.A.A.g a talk by Mrs. Katherine Laughton, "The Etiquette of Business", and the Senior Talent Assembly. Climaxing the League programs was the Honor Assembly at which senior girls were awarded rosebuds for service, and the Whitfield cup was presented to the In- spiration Girl. Girls' League Cabinet lf'ii-st row: I-Tnnon Colvin, Marion Horn, H+-tty .lo Ort-liard. Louise Ilanigmlon, Ronnie Ilnrlzin. l:nrli:u'n Leo In-elny, liny Sorensen, l'l1ilipp:1 M1 murton, Maury lizilv 'l':iyIor, lvlzirpxnret lvlorrow, lie-tty 1 ox. l'l2ll'Zl Mae Koslu-ll. S1-coinl row: Nornin Kolsky, Shirley Iirnke, l'lx'vlyn Malone, .ionnne Atl- iiins. Lois linllowny, 4'h:irlottt- llinnl, Fiore-in-e Haig-ii', lionnn Holmes, .Xrlene lim-lisle-, Rntli Ryan, liexw-rly 'l'orrey. 'Vliiril row: Mairy S:uaig'f-, Pant Svlllllilll, Lois lllnsn-ock, l'nt Ryan, I.nx'crlm IAN. .lnnet Rose Hisvr, Joanne Bw-a'kel, Jill'LlllOlllll' Aslnnrl, Kay Iiowder, Evelyn Robinson, Joanne Vonui. Fourth row: Muriel Robbins, .it-:trim-ite Hzirriniilon. Shirley Nook, Betty lim-silo, l"li:irlc-on XVold, Glllillll' l..'UIll'lIlll1l, .luzlnilzl Stewart. Sue Hilborn, .Xgnes Nelson, Miss von Rt-l'1.:. Others: Q VFl'Il2l Bod-ly, Marion Clifton, .lonn D-iris. Isabelle lfrier, Kathleen Mc-Gogy, Shirley Olson, Pu Pitzen, Shirley Scott, Barbara Tucker, Velma Tyler. G9 I iii t 1 1 , I We if Ml l Boys' League W. H. Conover, Adviser ":: . .., V . S' "3 M .. Q, V I 'N x ..,. : ..:.sssazs,: A W Q vzesizz-.,:,:, get 4. Z, if A A - i.'l8Illl'Ili lflisulien Vlizayiim- Steiniiietz Mi-rlv l,tlllliUl'ilUllll lim-itli llairt llill Mvlmiiii -ll lx! Vim' I'rrsirl1'1il 21111 View l'l'1'Sil1l nl f,l'f'Sftfl"lIl Nr:wrtvrzjii-'l'1'1'vr.w. .vrryfrvzzif-fit-.lrms Probably the most important activity of the Boys' League this year was the sale of War Bonds and Stamps. Going over the top in all war loan drives, the League made a record of which to be proud. In April the total sales had reached S171,189.1O. The Boys' League sponsored a War Bond show in conjunction with one of the big drives to sell War Bonds and Stamps. The show which featured KGW Staff Artists was presented in the auditorium December 7, 1944. The entire assembly was recorded and played over the t'Schools at War" radio pro- gram. Another event in connection with the War Bond drives was a program given at the Victory Center December 1. During the Christmas season the Boys' League collected Christmas packages for the men at Barnes Hospital. Another contri- bution to Barnes was nearly S75 for tools to aid in equipping the work shop. Among the many other things this organi- zation 'has done for the war effort are col- lecting 38 bags of good used clothing for the Russian War Relief, gathering 500 pounds of waste paper per Week and furnishing all transportation to the Blood Bank. The Boys' League arranged a number of assemblies including two sports pictures, "Sports Spell Binders" and "Football Thrills of '43," a smoker in which many boys par- ticipated and a demonstration by the world's grfatest basketball trick shot, Wilfred Het- ze . I Boys' League Cabinet First row: l'lt-zilziiiil Sqiiires, Doniilil l'zinnzi1'rl, llslwin l"1'uw. llemiy Slizittiu-lc. l"i':inkliii lliiler. Jerry Stiwiiiiziii. Gziry Knight, Delln-rt Joliiisnn, Kvalli Hurt, Ile-rnioiiil Smith Sei-uiiil 1-ow: lmnzilml Uassauly, .lim Strailil, Ibziii l,'i1i'riin. Uliayiit- Steinmetz, Tom Millzir, l"1':ii:k Sail--s, .lu--la Mille-V, Holi Phelps. Tliirtl row: Clemc-ut Iiisclien, Merle L3I14iGl'ilf,-llll, Mr, ffUlltiYPl'. Others: Teilmly Dia-k, Dick Smith. AM The Alki Miss Ella Wintler ,..... .... E ditorial Adviser Mr. D. G. Miller A,,.. ,,,,,,A P ublivation, Adviser ldv.-lyn Seal Mary lflllai IIHll,L:SUll 1,'o-Editor Mary Ella Hodgson, Evelyn Seal, Co-editors Mary Sanders, Barbara Smith ......,.........,,., Picture Editors Nyle DuFresne, Betty Paeth ,,., , ,.......,,. .' Junior Editors Ginger Copeland, Arlie Dale Hull ......,..... Sophomore Editors Florence Wager ,..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., O rganizations Jeanne Foster ...... ..........,.......... M usic Bill Boettcher ...,... ..,.,, B oys' Athletics Phyllis Dunstan ..l... ..,,..... D ramatics l'n-Hlfitol' Jean Laws ,..l.,.......... Girls' Afl1il9tiC'S,CllI671dlll' Zach Stewart .....,........ ...........,.....,.......l,.., C over, Frontispier-e, Division Pages Wanita Blue ,,,.,..........,,.,....,.,..,..,......... Typist Jackie Lacy lt,,.,t.,,,,,.,t,..... ,.,l,,,..,.,...,,,.,.. A rtist Senior Ad'visory Assistants: Joanne Har- rington, Tom McGi1christ, Loislee Minor, Betty Morehouse, David Pesznecker, Pat Pit- zen, Irene Renfro, Mary Sanders, Fred Wahl, Ernest Smith, Roberta Wyatt. Editorial Staff First row: XVn11it:1 Hllllh .lezun llziws. Arlie , . . . lizill- llull, Illurem-e Haig:-i', .lan-law l.:u-y. luvelyu Seal, -IQZIIIIIO l+'oste1', Nyle l5llI"I'PSllk', Si-mimi row: lilury lillzl llmlgslvii. llzlrlmrzl Smith, Phyllis Dunstun, Ginger CKDDGIHIILI, Betty l":letli, Mary Sanders, Miss xVllllltjl'. 'l'lii1'tI row: Mr. Miller. Zach Stewart, Bill Boettcher. i I X 1 1 is if NV!! . Columbia Log Miss 110 BFOWH ......VV ..... E ditoriul Adviser Mr. D. G. Miller .,,. ,,,.,,, B usiness Adviser Biirlui Elliiul Vancouver High School's Columbia Log Went into Weekly publication this year for the first time in the history of the student paper. Published on a non-profit basis, the Log is supported by advertising and distrib- uted free to the student body and faculty. Linotyping, press work and circulation of the Log is handled by student printers in the school print shop. Projects sponsored by the paper have in- cluded the annual Christmas literary contest, the traditional "Hello Day" dance, and pub- licity for the Vodvil. The Quill and Scroll is the international honorary society for high school journalists, who besides being in the upper third of their l'2l '-i1z- Cuples Chief class must excel in reportorial, editorial, or business staff work. Barbara Caples ...........,....,,,,,,,, Editor-in-Chief Beverly Torrey, Irene Poe, Jacqueline Aslund, Raymond Boyle .....c.c...lc......... News Editors Loislee Minor, Mabel Schwartz ...............,............Y. Feature Editors Rose Marie Wiley, Phillippa Mourton ........................ Fourth Page Editors Tim Hibbard, Bill Riddle, Chayne Steinmetz, Elaine Tittsworth ..............................,. Sports Barbara Nettleton .....,., Ad rertising Manager Betty Grunnett, Ruth Foster, Louise Scholl .......................,.,......., Advertising Staff Elbert Collins, Manager, Alan Murdock, Bill Carlson .......,l,,,,....,,.,....................... Circulation Editorial Stuff First row: Beverly 'l'm'i't-N, Pliilimm Mmlrtoli, Loislee Minor, Rz11'Imz11'z1 Czlples, Rose Marie NViley, Kaye XVilsm1. Ruth Fostex: i52ll'i,l2ll'2L Nettleton. S1-vom! row: lflllu-rl Pollins, Iln .li-1111 Bailiff, ' Irene Pm-, Mnlwl Sl'ilXV5ll'iZ, .I:1m.-rllu-lille .XSilIIl1'i. NI1ll'X1llll' Aslvlnino, 'l'im llilrlulrsl, Beverly James, Mr. Miller. 'l'l1ir4l TINY! Miss Brown, Bill Czlrlsmi, Alam lVilll'l'iUl'ii, llun Doilglus, Hill Riclfltlet iiliuym- Str-iunuitz, Louise S--hall, .Jeannette Ilzuwington. Utliersc Illlylllljllti Boyle, Zack Stewart, Us-tty Gruunett, Elaine Tittsworth. ' T2 9 n is Printers Mr. David G. Miller ,,,..,.............,,..,.. Instrzlctoi' Mr. Richard Crouch ,...,.. The Allci as well as the Columbia Log, the high school weekly paper, is printed by the Printers in the High School Print Shop. Be- side these, three junior high school papers are printed, one published each week. They also print all the regular forms and stationery for the entire school system and tickets and programs for the school dances, plays, concerts, and for the baccalaureate and commencement exercises. Mr. Norman Erckmann ,..... ,,,, I nstructor Assistant Linotypemen: Stanley Spicer, Merril Fire- stone, Gordon Schmelzer, Seniorsg Patricia Cofiield, Bob Morgenthaler, Louise Chris- tensen, Dick Taylor, Johnny Duggan. Compositors and Make-up Men: Charles Gill, Robert Cornell, Loren King, Robert French, Keith Hart, Paul Jantzer. Cylinder Pressmen: Bob Martin, Allen Por- ter, Seniorsg Richard Braniff, Louis Davis, Frank Funk, Clyde Bittner. First row: ltit-lutrtl II:-:init'l'. Keith Ilztrl, Jllllliltj' Iltlpiplztti, Huis Mor,LL't-ittliztlvr. l':ttrit-in Uni'- vfit-ltl. lion-It Klllpf, liHlllSt' Vliristt-llseii, Vlytlv liillllvl. Sectriitl row: lltvlmtwt l"l't'Ilt'il, l"l'1lIlli Ftllik, Merril I"irt-stunt-. Init-lt 'I':tylor, Mi: i':l'l'liHlIlllll. Mr. Ixlillt-it 'I'l1irtl row: lluli Mztrliu, Siillllvj' Spit-1-V. thnrtltm St-liim-lztir, Htin-rs: .Xlltln l'urte1-, t'l1:t1'l.-Q tlill. litilu-rt t'tn-nt-ll, I':111l .lamtzt-r, Mr, t'i-tnivli. Quill and Scroll Miss Ilo Brown, Adviser Left to right: Miss lirown, Luis Minor. Mztlwl Swartz, limlney Strom.:', Izill'1HlI'lL Catplt-S, Rose Marie XYilt-y, Bztrhum Nettleton, Other: Ii'-me Stange. 73 all Xi " I if fr Al Wy D v' Af E, Office Assistants Miss Mary Williams, Registrar Miss Mary Williams, Registrar, and Miss Mary Wilkinson and Miss Helen Goddard, secretaries, keep school records and hold themselves ready at all times to help inquir- First row: Miss Williams, Jean Read, Miss Wilkinson, Elnora Oliicer, Alice May Knapp, Red Cross Marie Westendorf .,,,,.,.., Red Cross Chairman The Red Cross Attendants maintain the hospital room, 215, during all periods. These volunteers, instructed and supervised by the First row: Doris McClain, Mary Louise Davis, Joan Morgan, Judith Gibson, Ruth Busig, Ruth Ryan, Muriel Moulton, Geraldine Dewey, Joyce Coldwell. Second row: Marie Westendorf, Eleanore Anderson, Pat Brewe, Regina Thacker, Deloris Mills, Ramona Gai- ing students. The Office Assistants under their direction collect attendance slips, carry an- nouncements, run errands, record absentees and deliver telephone calls and messages. Ruth Sharp. Second row: Miss Goddard, Ma- rie Kelley, Nancy Andruss, Jeanne Fernquist. Attendants Mrs. Wilma Lundberg ....,.,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,, Adviser school nurse, Mrs. Lundberg, are able to ren- der first aid quickly and efliciently. ther, Doris Cody. Third row: Miss von Berg, Jeanne Fernquist, Carolyn Jahnke, Enid Sut- ton, Jane Simcox, Dorothy Molyneux, Mari- lyn Vogelquist, Donna Jean Loftin. Others: Jean Boyle, Lois Hash, Irene Maas, Mary Ellen Moffet, Pat Wright. Business Staff Mrs. Laura Kracaw ............ School Treasurer The Student Body Oflice Assistants organ- ize the sales events, supervise the sales and collect tickets at all performances. Those on the Business Staff help in the collection of fees and student body ticket purchases and First row: Mrs. Kracaw, Miss Lois Camp- bell, Kay Sorensen, Regina Thacker, Barbara Lee Deemy, Shirley Garner, Ilona Lankinen, Roberta Wyatt, Evelyn Seal, Margaret Mor- Mr. W. H. Conover .,...l.,.,,... Business Manager also act as doormen for regular assemblies. In addition to their regular office work, the office assistants to Miss von Berg, Dean of Girls, act as receptionists. row. Second row: Mr. Conover, Bob Gaiser, Chayne Steinmetz, Mary Ella Hodgson, Nor- ma Johnson, Miss von Berg. Third row: Dick Wardrop, Merle Landerholm. Locker Attendants Mrs. Julia Murray, Miss Lucile Robinson, Miss Catherine Dunlop, Mrs. Nancy Snyder, Mrs. Berneice Weidemier The Locker Attendants, stationed at vari- ous posts in the halls throughout the school, require a permit from each student who wishes to open his locker during class periods. First row: Muriel Moulton, Vivian Brough- ten, Shirley Drake, Marianne Marble, Sylvia Christenson, Gretchen Schaefer, Rose Albert- son, Jean Davids, Carol Mae Mitchell, Ger- aldine Dewey. Second row: Kay Sutton, Vir- ginia Haglett, Joyce Bude, Winnie Elsinga, Pat Cofiield, Renus Fleischman, Irene Poe, Marilyn Watts, Gwendolyn Green, Virginia Weeks, Alice Kleinschmidt. Third row: Irene Renfro, Evelyn Marr, Gary Knight, Alfred Sauter, John McDaniel, Eileen Dalles, Juani- ta Stewart, Roberta Mason, Ila Jean Bailiff, Peggy Wright. Fourth row: John Case, James Van Horn, Kenneth Clark, Norman Fugett, Bob Fields, Fern Davidson, Nancy B x L They also pick up articles and books found on the lockers and turn them in to the Lost and Found room. Andruss, Irene Peterson, Ann Hoffman, Peg- gy Conway. Fifth row: Mrs. Murray, Dale Osborne, Walter Cummins, Jack DeRosier, Frank Bertinchamps, Bill Farris, Howard Tomlinson, Lorraine Johnson, Marjorie Bon- nell, Thelma Armstrong. Others Marilyn Ahr- beck, Marjorie Bacon, Wanda Blue, Bernice Boydstun, Dick Browning, Kenneth Clark, Marion Clifton, Betty Cox, Nadine Haney, Keith Hart, Bill McConnell, Eugenie Marble, Judy Munger, David Pesznecker, Tink Rider, Jo Ann Riley, Mary Sheffield, Richard Stens- rude, Tom Thornburg, Fred Wahl, Dick War- drop, Louise Wheaton, Louise Young, Dick Yunker. 74 ...J Ei .mf 70 'A iz' 3 F a M2 Ui ll Ai Hulvllw Library Assistants Library Assistants Mrs. Edda McCordic ,...,..,..,,.,...,,.,,,,,,,, Adviser The Library Assistants serve the school by checking out books to students, making out overdue book and fine notices, and locating reference material for both students and teachers. The assistants, who are on duty one period each day and before and after school, also aid in the classifying of library First row: Barbara Buslach, Hazel Pullam, Dorothy Fisher, Ruth Jones, Lila Leonard, Echo Lamont, Marjorie Hanson, Lucille Hoaglin, Judith Gibson, Dorothy Johnson, Mary Ellen Moffitt. Second row: Mrs. Mc- Cordic, Mary Lou Hendricks, Eileen Holden, . Book Room Clerks I Mr. Clifford Frost ,......,..,.......,.,......,.,..,, Adviser material and in finding authors and titles of many books. The Book Room Clerks issue class room text books and hold lost and found articles until students claim them. They keep the room open before and after school as well as the first and second periods. Naomi Westerland, Barbara Milton, Jean Rodack, Edee Lauber, Maryane Ademino, Joanne Harrington, Dolores Schmid. Third row: Clair Johnson, Tom McGilchrist, Mr. Frost, Zack Stewart. Other: Zenna Melick. Triads FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SENIESTER LaV0n Samela ............... ........,..... P resident Eleanore Anderson ,...., ,..,,.......... P resident Eleanore Anderson ........ ...... V ice President Jean Laws ..,..,.....,...,..,... .,.,,. V ice President Jean Laws ...................,,.. ,........,. S ecretary Shirley Clayton ................, .,........... S ecretarg, Barbara Lee Deemy , ..... ......... R eporter Barbara Lee Deemy ........ .......,,.. R eporter Beverly Drury .............,.....,..,....,......,. Treasurer Beverly Drury ........l...........,....... ,..,.... T reasurer The Triads put on the annual art assembly which this year accentuated different modes of dress with both formal and informal attire First row: Bernice Peters, Peggy Wright, Grace DeLong, Eleanore Anderson, Jessie Be- herns, Marjorie Bonnell, Dorothy Tindolph, Georgia Humprey, Doris Carter, Laura King. Second row: Sally Lou Stevens, Jean Laws, Marilyn Cobb, LaVon Samela, Barbara Lee shown. One of the winter highlights was the Christmas Ball, the profits of which went toward new pictures for the school. Deemy, Florence Wager, Jackie Lacy, Clair Parker, Shirley Clayton, Miss Roberts. Third row: Joy Marshall, Marcile Anderson, Bar- bara Caples, Jerry Stroman, Clewell Dono- van, Irene Renfrow, Lucile Anderson, Bever- ly Drury. Rifle Club Duke Cross ........,.............,...,......,,,...,.. President Don Cassady .l..,..,.....,.l...,...,........ Vice President The Riiie Club was open exclusively to boys this year as it was hard to procure ammuni- tion. At target practice meetings each week in the boys' gym, the boys were instructed First row: Louis LaDouceur, Charles Flet- cher, Dale Bark, Kenneth Fisher, Austin Grant, Jack Mikesell, Lyle Jacobson, Don Cassady, Dick Conway, Derman Smith. Sec- ond row: Bill Knapp, Don Rann, Jim Strahl, Louis LaDouceur .,.,..l,.... S ecretary-Treasztrer Mr. Long .,..,.......,...,................................. Adviser in the knowledge and handling of a gun by Mr. J. Lee Strahl, an expert marksman. Un- der government priority the Club also pur- chased two new Remington rifles this year. Tom Smail, Leon LaCross, Myles Levin, Jack McLin, Bill Riddle, Mr. Long. Third row: Dean Matthews, Duke Cross, Don Street, Eugene Young, Chayne Steinmetz, Edwin Cornagey, D'Arvil James. Order of Gregg Artists The Order of Gregg Artists is composed of students in the advanced stenography First row: Barbara Nettleton, Beverly Tor- rey, Peggy Purdy, Evelyn Seal, Dorothy Sin- clair. Marilyn Watts. Jeanne Fernquist, Doris Blunt, Rose Marie Wiley. Jean Davids, Marie Westendorf, Barbara Ward, Pat Pippert, Dorothy Fisher. Second row: Katheryn Beat- ty, Norma Kolsky. June Gilmore, Doris Par- sons. Doloris Sewall, Charlotte Roberts, Ruth Hector, Donna Holmes. Roberta Wyatt. Mai- dia Freed, Lois Hash, Dorothy Keister, Velma Tyler, Shirley Garner. Third row: Bertha Q ' 76 'E classes who boast certificates for a practical shorthand writing style and shorthand speed. Connell. Carol Rice, June Kirkman, Geral- dine Ellison, Jeanne Hoimquist, Martha King, Betty Morehouse, Nancy Andruss, Pat Pitzen, Norma Johnson, Eugenie Marble, Jo- anne Harrington, Barbara Milton. Ruth Ryan. Kay Sutton. Fourth row: Pat Webber, Mrs. Karp. Mary Beach, Wanita Blue, Elaine Hansen. Jean Turner, Dorothy Molyneux, Mvra Fitzgerald, Lois Lorentz, Jean Boyle, Eileen Anderson, Pat Ohlemeyer, Jean Read, Mary Case, Mary Ella Hodgson. 1 . W. I 'K iff srs ' J f ,AQ 5 1 b A .T N' Costume Committee Miss Opal Orr, Mrs. J. The members of the Costume Committee keep the school owned costumes in good con- dition for student use. Between performances of the Vodvil the First row: Doris McClain, Jean English, Billie Jo Hodge, Doris Blunt, Alice May Knapp, Marie Fleming, Doris Carter. Second row: Miss Orr, Mrs. Micklewait, Enid Sutton, Mickelwait, Advisers girls do their necessary behind-the-scenes work as they press and mend, brush and hang away the numerous costumes worn by the students. Patricia Coflield, Elaine Hansen, Myra Fitz- gerald, Roberta Wyatt, Kay Sutton. Other: Dorothy Schilling. Stratford-on-the-Avon Club B1ll1e Jo Hodge ..........,......................... President Beverly James ............................ Vice President The Stratford-on-the-Avon Players club was started as a result of some students' being interested in reading and dramatizing First row: Miss Johnson, Dolores Pinard, Billie Jo Hodge, Patricia Alvis, Muriel Mc- Daniel, Beverly James, Jewel Prediletto. Pat Alvis ....,............,.,.........., ...,............,. S ecretary Miss J. Johnson .,..,................................. Adviser Shakespeare's works. The group selected the popular "Twelfth Night" as their first pro- duction and held weekly practice meetings. Second row: Tom McGilchrist, Dick McCoy, Bob Sullivan, Dick Wardrop. Others: Flor- ence Jane, Roland Payne, Fred Wahl. International Club Tom McGilchrist ...i.. ................. P resident Barbara Caples ,.... ...,..,. I 'ire President Barbara Smith .....,..........,................... Secretary Dick Morrow .........................,,,,..,,....... Treasurer The International Club was organized in V.H.S. this year by students who were in- terested in international relations. To fur- ther their knowledge of world affairs includ- First row: Mary Ellen Moflitt, Carol Mae Mitchell, Marianne Marble, Judith Gibson, Alice May Knapp, Billie Barnes, Margaret Morrow, Janet MacGregor. Second row: Mr. Roeder, Eleanor Anderson, Muriel McDaniel, Barbara Caples, Barbara Smith, Maryane Margaret Morrow ..... ...... S ergeant-at-Arms Raymond Boyle ...... ....... P arlidmentariqn Judith Gibson .............,......,...,............. Salesgirl Mr. Paul Roeder .................................... Adviser ing both national and universal problems, they held discussions, viewed informative films, and had special speakers. Ademino, Patricia Alvis, Maidia Freed. Third row: Bill Hare, Zack Stewart, Edwin Corna- gey, Tom McGilchrist, Dick Morrow, Wesley Salonem, Wilmer Watter. Others: Raymond Boyle, Mary Sanders, Fred Wahl. Inkifingers Barbara Lee Deemy ....,..................... President Marianne Marble ...................... Vice President The Inkifingers' Club is composed of stu- dents who are interested in creative writing and who wish to develop their literary style. The members wrote various original skits First row: Lois Sherwood, Janneke Bur- hans, Marianne Marble, Philippa Mourton, Betty Moore, Rose Marie Wiley, Jean Davids, Janet McGregor. Second row: Beverly Tor- rey, Arlene Belisle, Fay Jones, Barbara Ca- ples, Barbara Lee Deemy, Patricia Alvis, Beverly James ..,,......,,.....,.,.,,,.,....,,..,. Secretary Mrs. Hilma J. Powers .......................... Adviser in advertising such important events as the annual Vodvil and the Girls' League Tolo Dance. Jeannette Harrington, Muriel McDaniel, Vir- ginia Weeks, Beverly James. Third row: Mrs. Powers, Louise Lear, Ginger Copeland, Mary- ane Ademino, Others: Kathleen McGogy, Jackie Peterson, Wesley Townsend. Ushers Club Marion'Horn ....................,................... President Marjorie Bonnell ................................ Secretary The Ushers' Club is composed of the girls who usher for the various evening programs, First row: Mary Ellen Mollitt, Jean Eng- lish, Vivian Broughton, Ruth Ryan, Lora Ben- nett, Leona Dean, Judy Gibson, Lillian Mac- Coumber, Inez Knopp, Neal Albrecht, Vera Newcomb, Geraldine Dewey. Second row: Helen Cramer, Delores Sewall, Wanda Ram- age, Virginia Johnson, Marion Horn, Patricia King, Priscilla Satterthwaite, Ellen Rose An- derson, Dorothy Jamison, Shirley Fisher, Ida Forbis, Phyllis Ortego. Third row: Rose Al- bertson, Marianne Marble, June Gilmore, 01A 'x Y' 4 N 78 Alice Kleinschmidt ......,.........,........... Custodian Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Wetherell ...,.,...... Advisers the largest and most difficult being the an- nual Vodvil. Eugenie Marble, Virginia Weeks, Rosa Rice, Edee Lauber, Joanne Breckel, Ilah MacGlees- ing, Bonnie Keech, Marjorie Bonnell, Alice Kleinschmidt. Fourth row: Pat James, Thel- ma Freeman, Eleanore Anderson, Janice Butler, Elaine Tittsworth, Winnie Elsinga, Pat Churchill, Beverly Drury, Delores Plum- mer. Fifth row: Rae Bailey, Mrs. Wetherell, Mrs. Murray, Audrey O'Neal, Anna Marie Quarnberg, Jackie Aslund, Wanda Zabel, Dorothy Molyneux, Miss von Berg. 1 lm. 7 'L Q 9' ., ':E:, -. S 4' if ... J .4 i x . .A is i f A I 79 g- A .,f" UW: 1524, U4 E ES Music Directors Mr. Wallace Hannah, Music Supervisor, Band Director Miss Eleanor Tipton, Choir Director, Music Theory Mr. Robert Hirtzel, Ensembles, Orchestra Director Mr. Arthur Haynes, Instrumental Instructor Band Mr. Wallace Hannah, Director Assistant Instrnctor Lowell Hart ...... Wayne Tway ...... Zach Stewart ......,.......,.....,,..............,. Secretary President Marching formations at football games, pep bands at basketball games, and annual concerts kept the Trapper band busy through- out thc school year. They have also played for several professional tumbling shows, and First row: Gary Knight, Wayne Tway, Bet- ty Olsen, Mary Mason, Clyde Downing, Ar- lene Belisle, Neva Mattson, Eileen Dallas, Janet Bradbury, Nyle DuFresne. Second row: Mildred Darling, Jean Davids, Jack Camp- bell, Mary Beach, Myles Levin, Bill Mickel- son, Bette Barthelemy, Jean Rodack, Donna Hinze, Kenneth Bergum, Lee Monteith, Nor- man Fugett, Richard Davis, Dorothy Godden, Jeanne Foster, Dick Browning, Lowell Hart. Third row: James Golding, Myrna Holten, Donna Hanson, Mary Virginia Wetzel, Ruth Hector, Betty Dhanens, Wanda Fout, Cather- ine Wilson, Kenneth Fisher, Janice Beckman, Dan McIntosh, Bob Galloway, Lyle Mulvan- ny, Billy Mishler, Marvin Chastain, Lorraine Bergwall, Johnny Parker, Ronald Beedle, Charles Houglum, Muriel Robbins, Ted Da- vids, Donald Horn, Don Hector, Dick Carlile, Nyle DuFresne .,..,.........., ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,, T reaszirer Myles Levin ...........,.............. Sergeant-at-Arms A. Porter, J. Bradbury ...,..,..,..,,,,..,, Librarians gave musical programs for the U.S.O. and for the Victory Center bond rally. Because of their faithful and diligent work the band made itself indispensable to the activities of the school. Charles Cockelreas, Richard Morrow, Bob Gaiser. Fourth row: William Hook, Betty Lee Pruett, Lawrence Cooper, Stanley Pra- ger, Joyce Robinson, Archie Orr, Shirley Scott, Genevieve Remour, Lindsay Warren, Lewis Wood, Zach Stewart, Marjory Jean Davis, Cecille Hazlett, Bruce Beamer, Dod- ney Alvey, Rollin Van Gorder, David Mur- dock, Mert Obert, Eugene Betts, Carol Mae Mitchell, Dick Yunker, Delbert Johnson, Bob Turbush, Armen Grossenbacher, LaVern Thornberg, Marvin Cooper, Phyllis Dunstan, Quen Anderson. Fifth row: Ruth Foster, Audrey Sanderson, Dolores Snell, Mr. tCapl Haynes, Mr. Hannah. Others: Eugene Bue- tow, Frank Grossenbacher, Bob Laws, Lor- raine Lundgren, Dean Meyer, Tom Millar, Dale Osborn, Dick Osborn, Amaryllis Porter, Virginia Shoemaker. Orchestra Mr. Robert Hirtzel, Director Tom McGilchrist ................ Assistant Director The regular orchestra itself consists only of stringed instruments, but for concerts, the Vodvil and other special appearances some of the band members are added. The orchestra played in concerts and as- semblies, at the Vodvil, Senior Play Bacca- First row: Gretchen Schaefer, Evelyn Rob- inson, Lorraine Crippen, Arlie Dale Hull, Marie Wannamaker, Donna Durgan. Second row: Sally Lou Stevens, Barbara Smith. Tom McGilchrist, Lois Sherwood, Janet Bradbury, Neva Mattson, Betty Dhanens, Arlene Be- lisle, Mary Mason, Gary Knight, Joan Hunt- ley, Irene Morrison. Third row: Nyle Du- Fresne, Earl Stewart, Charles Jacobs, Carol AEL . Barbara Smith ......................,.,.......,.., Secretary laureate and Commencement exercises. In November the girls' section played for the annual Girls' League candle light installation ceremony. The whole orchestra did outstand' ing work in accompanying acts in the 1945 Vodvil. Mae Mitchell, Lawrence Cooper, Norma Johnson. Phyllis Piper. Keith Hodgson, Dick Carlile, Bob Gaiser, Dick Browning, Lowell Hart, Dick Yunker, Phyllis Dunstan, June Oberg, Bevcrlv Cummings, Betty Paeth, Shir- lev J org, Mr. Hirtzel. Others: Bob Hampton, Eileen Dallas, Amaryllis Porter, Jeanne Fos- ter. X, my ,mf , S. '-, ,"',, I A. - Q Wallnutf Hnnmxlx Miss Elvanor Tipton Mr. Robert Hirtzel Mr. Arthur lluyln-As Band and Orchestra 5X V34 X ,wr CH? 5 91 Q I, ,-3 ' Nff L! N . A4 4'-i 'E i A Cappella Choir Miss Eleanor Tipton, Director FIRST SEMESTER Bob Sealey ............. ............ P resident Pat Pitzen ........,.. ..... V ice President Pat Webber ........... ..,... .................. S e cretary Stanley Prager .,..................,.,,...,........ Treasurer Johnny Metcalf ,...,............,.. Sergeant-at-Arms Amaryllis Porter ...... Accompanist, Librarian SECOND SEMESTER Johnny Wood ...,,...... A l....,........,. President Dolores Pinard .,..... ...... V ice President Roberta Mason .,..... .... ........,,......... S e Crefafy Keith Hodgson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.Y,,,,,.,.,........ Treasurer Hank Habegger vv..o.vl........... . Sergeant-at-Arms Amaryllis Porter .,.... Accompanist, Librarian Betty Morehouse, Joyce Coldwell, Castodians of Robes The a Cappella Choir represents the high- est group achievement in the vocal depart- ment. The main events of the year were the Christmas program, the mid-winter concert and the spring contest. Other events were First row: Elizabeth Solonsky, Barbara Nettleton, Dolores Pinard, Maxine Smith, Betty Norton, Marjory Davis, Helen An- druss, Velma Tyler, Betty Bowman, Evelyn Seal, Amelia Lanier. Second row: Miss Tip- ton, Joyce Coldwell, Lois Conner, Jeanne Foster, Kathleen Bauder, Doris Ordway, Kathleen Reynolds, Pat Pitzen, Roberta Ma- son, Betty Morehouse, Pat Webber, Barbara Sullivan, Ruth Foster, Eileen Dallas. Third row: Edith Somdalen, Lexie Tait, Donald Hansen, Dean Matthews, A1 McCready, Har- ry Gronewald, Hank Habegger, Bill McCon- singing on Thanksgiving and Christmas ra- dio programs, entertaining at the George White Service Men's Center, and furnishing an act for the Vodvil. The Choir made its last appearance at the Baccalaureate service. nell, Neal Fuller, Austin Rominas, Lawrence Bowerman, Bob Sealey, Alvin Becker, Mary Ella Hodgson, Kathryn Haskins, Delores Larson. Fourth row: Pat Dark, Annabelle Ashe, Dick Adams, Allen Green, Johnny Wood, Keith Hodgson, Quen Anderson, John Lewis, Charles Jones, Ernest Wennhold, Ed St. George, Tom Ernest, Don Mcllvain, Ben- ny Jarrett, Sandy Rosendaul, Curtis Stiggers, Pete Jones, Pat Ayers, Barbara Brose, Betty Hill. Others: Beverly Blane, Lorry Leichner, Eugene Worcester, Amaryllis Porter. Sophomore Choir Al Becker i.........,........ ....,.....,.... P resident Bob Crippen ...i............. ..... V ice President Betty Ann Moore ....,... ,........,. S ecretary Lois Iverson .......,................................ Treasurer The Sophomore Choir is a group of hard workers. Although this Choir made but one public appearance with its excellent singing First row: Viola Leetch, Aylene LaPierre, Katharine Barrett, Patricia Stewart, Miss Tipton, Doura Mae Forbes, Betty Newkirk, Barbara Whitlom, Marcella McKelvie. Sec- ond row: Darlene LaPierre, Margie Pinker- ton, Johanna Johnson, Lillian Krall, Fanny Johnson. Eunice Gibbons, Betty Olson, Isabel Frier, Betty Hancock, Betty Moore, Mary Walters, Dorothy Anderson, Bonnie Eberle, Coralee Andrews. Third row: Barbara Han- cock, Barbara Spence, Eunitia Pearrow, Betty Ann Moore ....... ..........,,.... P resident Kenneth Hinshaw ...... .,..,.,... V ice President Sue Hilborn ,............. .,.,................,. S ecretary Kenneth Hinshaw ..............,. Sergeant-at-Arms at the annual Christmas program, it achieved successfully its primary purpose of training for the a Cappella Choir. Dorothy Clark, Lois Iverson, Mary McBain, Betty Volker, Wanda Franklin, Marian San- derson, Billie Grimes, Eloise Sims, Chloe Hie- bert, Virginia Petty, Sue Hilborn, Lois Dolan, Vivian Browning, Neva Mattson. Fourth row: Tom Ernest, John Berdinner, Bob Wiese, Marvin Chastine, Gaylard Versteeg, Glenn Erickson, Bob Cole, Richard Michow- ski, Jim Weller, Vernon Kelly, Bob Weeks, Lowell Haley, Louis Farmer. Treble Clef Choir Pat Smith ....,................. ............... P resident Doris Parsons ............................ Vice President The Treble Clef Choir gave an unusual and outstanding performance which added much First row: Mary Mason, Maxine Johnson, Helen Jones, Pat Smith, Shirley Konnie, Miss Eleanor Tipton, Valerie Walter, Charlene Harth, Bertha Hansen, Lorraine Nelson, Jo- anne Walling. Second row: Jeanne Bergh, Jeannine Kline, Tennie White, Midge Pal- mer, Arlene Nordlinder, Ella May Gardner, Dorothy King, Pauline Jones, Priscilla Mas- w it iv , Jeanne Bergh ..,.,,. ,...t,,, S ecretary, Treasurer Pat Smith ...,.....t....,,i.,,,t,,.,,,i,..,,..,....... Librarian to the Christmas program and won the praise and admiration of all. ser, Bette Barthelemy, Margaret Barbeau, Jackie Hanes, Emma Colvin. Third row: Mary Ellen Greenfield, Doris Parsons, Paul- ine Dewey, Betty Bailiff, Geraldine Ellison, Lloyd Hins, Georgia Suttles, Jeanine Casaw, Phyllis Dunstan, Charleen Wold, Patricia Hinton, Dolores Weber, Muriel McDaniel, Shirley Jackson, Charlotte Lind. is N I 'C 1 ' N 83 F , J, xr National School Music Competition Festival The National School Music Competition Festival was held at Vancouver High School, May 11, 12, 1945, with Camas, LaCenter, Longview, and Vancouw er participating. The Band, the a Cappella Choir, and the Treble Clef Choir rated a Superior. Individu- als or groups also having the highest rating were Johnny Wood, Bill McConnell, boys' voicesg Arlie Dale Hull, Mary Ellen Green- String The String Trio, two violins and a piano, brought pleasure to many people this year. They entertained for the V.E.A. at Hough School, the Lincoln P.T.A., the Kiwanis Club, appeared on the Washington School P.T.A. String A cello, a violin and a harp, made up the Trio which has played together since Shum- way Junior High School days. They showed their fine musicianship when they played in Senior Boys' The Senior Boys' Quartette made itself famous this year. The boys sang at the Ro- tary and Kiwanis Clubs, at the Aluminum Co., for the Fruit Valley School, in many school functions and in the music contest. field, Dolores Pinard, girls' voices, Lowell Hart, French horng ityie DuFresne, Char- lotte Lind, pianog luaz-Jo-y Jean Davies, Zach Stewart, baritone horn duetg Wayne Tway, Betty Olsen, Gary Knight, Clyde Downing, clarinet quartetteg Lowell Hart, Bob Gaiser, Charles Cockelreas, Dick Browning, Dick Yunker, and Mert O'Bert, brass sextette. Trio Founders' Day Program, and played for the Women's Club at Covington House. Left to right: Nyle DuFresne, Gretchen Schaefer, Barbara Smith. Trio the music contest this spring, winning a Superior rating. Left to right: Carol Mae Mitchell, Nyle DuFresne, Gretchen Schaefer. Quartette They added enjoyment to many an evening's entertainment. The Quartette received a Superior rating in the spring contest. Left to right: Johnny Wood, Keith Hodg- son, Sandy Rosendaul, Benny Jarrett. Sophomore Boys' Quartette With so many musical activities packed between 8:30 and 3:20, the Sophomore Boys' Quartette extended their school day, and practiced after school. They appeared in the spring contest and won a Superior rating. Left to right: Donald Hansen, John Lewis, Allen Greene, Alvin Becker. Girls' Sextette The Girls' Sextette entertained the Port- land Chamber of Commerce and appeared on the Christmas program and in the spring contest. The sextette received a Superior rating in the Music Festival. Left to right: Elizabeth Solonsky, Midge Palmer, Jeanne Bergh, Arlene Nordlinder, Arlie Dale Hull, Dorothy Bowman. Accompanists Three accompanists gave as generously of their time to musical activities as any other students in school. Charlotte Lind played for soloists and for the Treble Clef Choir. She won distinction in her own right for her piano solo work. Amaryllis Porter played for the a Cappella Choir and still found time to accompany the , QJ .U soloists when they sang for assemblies and civic clubs as well as for the Music Festival. Nyle DuFrcsne always accompanied even at a moment's notice groups or soloists for whom she had a ready smile when they need- ed encouragement. Left to right: Amaryllis Porter, Charlotte Lind, Nyle DuFresne. Q 85 as .R 4,5 . r Wi, A E . Stage Crew The Projection and Stage Crews consist of student volunteers. Their job is to construct stage scenery, backgrounds, and settings for the various programs, assemblies, plays, and acts in the Vodvil. This crew also controls lighting, curtains and drops, and runs the motion picture machine, the public address system and the nickelodeon. First row: Mr. McPhaden, Eleen Laws, Kenneth Fisher, Don Street, Don Rann, Dean Matthews, Louis Wood. Honor Dramatics The Honor Dramatic Society is composed of members chosen for their outstanding act- ing ability or stage craft. Because of their de- pendability and generous giving of their tal- ents in the entertainment of the school, these students were honored by a faculty commit- tee consisting of Miss Dorothea von Berg, Senior Mr. Cecil Matson .................................... Coach "Young April" Professor McIntyre ............ Tom McGi1christ Mrs. Mclntyre ..,.........,..........,,..,.... Lois Gray George M cl ntyre .....,. Diane ......................,,. Liila, the Maid ...... Vivian ............,..., Elsie ........,.......,... Brian Stewart ..... Terry ....,...,,............ Bert .,.,.............. Dutch .........., Pete .....,....,....... Stewart ..,..,....,... Mrs. Miller ....... Mildred ........... ...... Dick McCoy Kay Sorensen Pat Ohlemeyer Dolores Pinard Laura King Dick Wardrop Harriette Colvin Irwin Garskof Henry Habegger Myles Levin Bob Gaiser Joyce Bude Irene Stange Jane ...........,.........,........,.... Boy Friends ...,.........,.,..... Barbara Caples Eugene Beaumont, George Hopkins, Jim Burgess, Don Cassady, Merle Landerholm, Jerry Petrey, Herman Miss Ruth Hall, Mrs. Hilma Powers, and Mr. Henry DeYoung. First row: Eleen Laws, Bill Knapp, Dick McCoy, Rodney Strong, Roland Payne, Rose Marie Wiley, Dolores Pinard. Second row: Mrs. Hilma Powers, Miss Ruth Hall, Miss Dorothea von Berg. Play Miss Ruth Hall ......,.......,....,.,,... Head Adviser Solberg, Chayne Steinmetz, Jerry Stroman, Rodney Strong, Robert Sullivan. "Young April," a three-act light comedy by Aurania and William Spence Rouverol, proved to be a tremendous success. Its spirit and lively portrayal of the mixed-up love affairs of youth made it a performance long to be remembered. First row: Betty Cox, Harriette Colvin, Esther Tucker, Pat Ohlemeyer, Joyce Bude, Barbara Caples, Kay Sorensen, Velma Tyler, Dolores Pinard, Barbara Nettleton. Second row: Marcile Anderson, Eugenie Marble, Lucile Anderson, Lois Gray, Dick McCoy, Irwin Garskof, Eugene Beaumont, Mable Swartz, Kay Sutton, Laura King. Third row: George Hopkins, Bob Gaiser, Dick Wardrop, Henry Habegger, Myles Levin, Tom McGil- christ, Miss Ruth Hall. Make-Up Club Jean Reed ............................................ President Georgenne Jackson ................ Vice President Lorraine Johnson .,.............,,........... Secretary Mrs. Lola Benson ,.......... The purpose of the Make-Up Club is to teach the art of applying theatrical make-up correctly. The students put their talents to use in making up students for straight and character roles for short assemblies or even- ing performances, the principal ones being the Vodvil and the Senior Play. Vw Peggy Conway .........,... ,,.... T reasurer Shirley J org ...,................ ....... L ibrarian Betty Johnson ....................... ...... C ustodian Adviser First row: Pat Pippert, Jean Read, Dolores Schmid, Annabelle Haley, Dorothy Bowman, Peggy Conway, Carolee Andrews, Ruth Kent. Second row: Joyce Bude, Lorraine Johnson, Patty Belle Morrison, Buster Bush, Evelyn Marr, Pat Hinton, Arlene Nordlinder, Shirley Jorg, Mrs. Lola Benson. Others: Gwendolyn Green, Georgenne Jackson, Joan Huntley, Betty Johnson, Kathleen Reynolds. Lai. 86 gf 'W Y-v v I 'iw' 7 Vodvil Helen Johnston Barber, Production Chairman Twelve colorful acts, packed with comedy, tragedy, music and dancing made up the 1945 Vodvil which appearetl in three evening and two matinee performances. "The Valiant" Mr. Cecil Matson .......,....... .................. D irector A one-act play by Holworthy Hall and Robert Middlemass gave the dramatic touch to the Vodvil. The excellent acting and tragic story added greatly to the show. Mr. Richard Thomas .............. Stage Assistant Left to right: Roland Payne, Father Daly, Dick McCoy, Warden Holtg Bill Knapp, James Dykeg Rose Marie Wiley, Josephine Paris. Others: Bill Yates, Dan, a Jailerg Bob Hamp- ton, an Attendant. Wartime Restaurant Miss Constance Kirwin, Miss Irma Martin, Faculty Advisers The Wartime Restaurant was a satire on indifferent service and lood shortages. Left to right: Rodney Strong, Pat Ohle- meyer, Bob Sullivan, Mildred Greene, Denny "Nutcracker Miss Zelma Lewis ............ ...,... C' horegrapher , Mrs. Jerry Brooke .,,................... Choregrapher The Ballet portrayed by interpretative dancing the story of the Nutcracker Suite, as the Narrator read the legend. First row: Rodney Strong, Elizabeth So- lonsky, Beverly James, Velma Reeves, Char-- lotte Lind, Barbara Whitlow, Betty Beedle, Shattuck, Fred Wahl, LeRoy Graham. Oth- ers: Mary Beach, Emit Boyd, Jeannine Ca- saw, Dean Matthews, Arlene Nordlinder, Teddy Osborne, Kendall Redenbaugh. Suite" Ballet Mrs. Lola Benson ...... ...,....... F' acuity Adviser Irwin Garskof .....,................................ Narrator Milton Zemanek, Priscilla Masser, Judy Mun- ger, Pat Pippert, Patty Belle Morrison, Neal Albrecht, Betty Jo Orchard. Second row: Edee Lauber, Beverlie Thompson, Dorothy Tindolf, Bonnie Sherwood, Linda Roser, Lor- raine Hiebert, Nan Heughan, Marilyn Ahr- beck. Costume Ball Miss Eleanor Tipton ........,....... Clioir Director Barbara Nettleton ...... ,...,....... ...........,.... H O Stess Miss Sally Wieseke ........ A farewell ball given for boys about to enter the service furnished the occasion for dialogue and song. Guests, Choir listed alphabetically: Dick Adams, Quen Anderson, Helen Andruss, Annabelle Ashe, Patricia Ayers, Kathleen Bauder, Alvin Becker, Beverly Blane, Verna Boddy, Lawrence Bowerman, Betty Bowman, Barbara Brose, Jeanne Bryant, Joyce Cold- well, Lois Conner, Bob Crippen, Eileen Dal- las, Patricia Dark, Marjory Davis, Jeanne Foster, Ruth Foster, Neal Fuller, Edward St. George, Allen Green, Harry Gronewald, Hen- it ll. 88 Tom Ernest ...,.....,......................,,,.....,........,.. Host Miss Joy Johnson ..........,..... Assistant Director Assistant Director ry Habegger, Donald Hansen, Kathryn Has- kins, Keith Hodgson, Mary Ella Hodgson, Benny Jarrett, Charles Jones, Pete Jones, Bob Lamkin, Amelia Lanier, Lorry Leichner, John Lewis, Roberta Mason, Dean Matthews, Bill McConnell, Aldon McCready, Don McIl- vain, Betty Morehouse, Betty Norton, Doris Ordway, Dolores Pinard, Pat Pitzen, Amaryl- lis Porter, Kathleen Reynolds, Austin Ro- mines, Sanford Rosendaul, Evelyn Seal, Bob Sealey, Maxine Stiggers, Barbara Sullivan, Lexie Tait, Velma Tyler, Pat Webber, Ernest Wennhold, Johnny Wood, Eugene Worches- ter. uhm vi kv fi 1 Q3 19,3 Y L, N .. X X J, 3 S PORTS Football Mr, Julian Karp ..,A,,,, ...... C oaclz, Playing one of the toughest schedules in the history of Vancouver High, the 1944 Trappers ended the season with a record of five games won, two tied, and only three lost. Under the tutelage of their coach, Mr. Julian Karp, the Trappers stepped outside of the conference to tangle with Jefferson of Portland, Lincoln of Tacoma, Camas, and Everett, four really rugged opponents. In three of these four encounters the Red and White came out victorious. Within the Southwest Washington Con- ference itself, the record was not so out- standing, the season ending with two Trap- per wins, two games tied, and losses to Olympia and Kelso. The competition within the conference this year was remarkably even, as all the teams played hard, tough football and there were no breathers in the schedule. This year's Trapper squad gave the home town fans some real thrills, play- ing hard-driving and spectacular football under the 24th Street lights, and finishing the season with a record of not losing a game on the home field. Packed grandstands greeted the 1944 Trap- pers when they made their first appearance against the strong Jeff team. This game was a battle from the first whistle to the end of the game, with the Traps finally coming off the field with a 7 to 6 victory. The always dangerous 'Jacks from Long- view were next to test the Trappers on the home field, and again the fans turned out en masse. Longview went home from this fray smarting under the sting of a 6 to 0 defeat at the hands of the hard driving Trap- pers. With two victories to their credit, the Trap- pers next traveled to Aberdeen. The 'Cats were not doped to be very tough, but Vancou- ver was hard pressed to come through this one with a 7 to 7 tie. The boys from the Har- bor played an inspired game. Lincoln High, of Tacoma, was next on the menu when the Traps went up there to meet teams in the State. Lincoln fed touchdowns to the Trappers for some 48 minutes and the game ended with Vancouver on the short end of a 35 to O score. Back into conference competition once more, the Vancouvers again hit the road for Olympia, their third road trip in a row. The nl 4 A '. 92 ' Mr. Manly Maben .,.... ....... A ssistrmt Couch. breaks really went against the Trappers on this one, which they lost to a really good Olympia team by the score of 25 to 13. This contest was a lot closer than the score indi- cates. Once again on the home field, the Trappers entertained the Centralia Tigers. Even though hampered by injuries, the Traps de- feated this hard fighting Tiger by a score of 12 to 7 and looked good doing the job. The Hoquiam Grizzly was next to invade local territory, and this game produced the unsatisfactory result of a 0 to 0 tie. As is often the case, the game displayed a lot of hard, tough football, even though neither team could roll up a score. Seeking their final conference win, the Trappers next journeyed to Kelso for their annual tilt with the Scotties. The Kelso team which simply would not be denied, adminis- tered a sound lesson to the Traps, with the result Kelso 21 - Vancouver 0. After a rather "in and out" season, the Camas Papermakers next tested the Trap' pers on the local field, and played a whale of a game against the "Red and White". The final result was a 12 to 6 victory for Van- couver in a game marked by hard, savage play and plenty of thrills. Again the stands were packed and again the Trappers played fine ball on their home turf. Under a "home and home" arrangement, the next and final game was a contest with those rough and tough Seagulls on their home roost at Everett. Coach Karp was authority for the statement that this was the best brand of ball turned out by the Trappers during the whole season, as they defeated the highly regarded Seagulls by a score of 13 to 0 and thus ended the 1944 season in a blaze of glory. Many were the brilliant plays and numer- ous the rugged goal line stands produced in this season of punishing play. The Trappers were an interesting team to follow as they always came through with the best they had in them. The following players from the 1944 Trap- per team were honored by being named on the Southwest Washington All-Conference teamz, Ron Daniels, first team, Bud Sitton, Louie Wellman, second team. X t mwtfvi ""f:.. i' ' J H 2 , 2 km iyfiim . -I : N 'R x 9 ' , X ' gg A ' . ..,,, N ' - 1 Louie, Mailman , v ual up Hank S-labeficxeuf Rem. Daniels Q h '- ,,,,A A Ceievf End I " L 54 Cal 2'.o.4c,hor' " ' ' fume, , ,af II: : M an S.. ' ":.,, R' K 1 Bok SCG-Libs ..,x.s., Emi fmfk cum 1 . b '1'1: A g 'EA Gmlfd M LmA, 5 b . F Q .Mm maid? f 'W A A , X A 'Deck m' Irwin Hoi? ., ,A - .,--'2 '- '-"' ' " v-- . Tackle, 4' V?5 .1 X ' . " b ' 'Dean GT: X x , . Q. Q . ' "W ' 'S Vf :.. " 'Q --:i-:: Q ..... , Ce Ate!! ii Q f lf- , , ""V Lcuffsx f 'V , ' Q----- f ,,,. A V was V A A . 5 3 To VRS sl A , .:.. ' fx . 'I ML, ,gi 4' Rmjmgi Bjlawi BML Szthm " ua may Qualtbl' balk, 2 if ' ,Z . N Ken 'BOL Cfqwpen TGC fl K qi CMU A.. .. 3 V ZV' .. 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Longview ...,...........,,..........,.... 12 2 .857 Centralia ,,,,,..,., .. ,.,A, 11 3 .785 VANCOUVER .,..,, ,,w., 1 U 4 .714 Kelso ..................... ........ 8 6 .581 Battle Ground ....,. .,., 7 7 .500 Castle Rock ...... 4 10 .285 Camas ............ .... 2 12 .143 Chehalis ...................................... 2 12 .143 The 1945 edition of the Trapper basketball team started off with a successful warm-up campaign against some worthy non-confer ence foes. Under the watchful eye of Coach Julian Karp, wins were posted over Central Catholic, Rainier, and Washington High of Portland tOregon State Champsl, and losses to Oregon City tOregon State Runner-up! by small scores only. Conference play opened brilliantly with wins over Centralia and Kelso, but the Trap- pers dropped the next one, a heart-breaking one-pointer to Longview. Coming back with a lot of iight and determination, the Red and White won the next four games, defeating Battle Ground, Castle Rock, Camas, and Che- halis in succession. The tough Centralia Tigers took the next one by a score of 31 to 23, but the Traps bounced right back to win from Chehalis and still keep in the running for conference top honors. With the chips really down, Lady Luck dee serted the Trappers, and they lost the next Mr. Lester Long ...................... Assistant Coach, two encounters, Kelso slipping over a 37 to 35 win and Longview grabbing another one pointer to the tune of 39 to 38. Now that the championship heat was off, the Red and White came back to win the next three battles with wins over Battle Ground and Castle Rock, and a linal win over an inspired Camas team which assured Van- couver of third place in Final conference standings. High point honors for the Trapper squad went to Hank Habegger and Ron Daniels, with both of these boys Finishing in the top ten of the conference high-scorers. The squad honored Ron Daniels by electing him Honor- ary Captain and Hermie Solberg by naming him Inspiration Man. Scoring in Conference Play Vancouver .............. 28 Centralia ...... ..... 2 0 Vancouver ...... ..... 3 5 Kelso ....,.,...........,,.. 34 Vancouver ...... ..... 3 1 Longview .............. 32 Vancouver ..,,.. ,.... 3 5 Battle Ground ...... 33 Vancouver ...... ...,, 4 1 Castle Rock .,....,... 26 Vancouver ...... ..... 4 8 Camas ........,.. ..... 2 9 Vancouver ...... ,..,, 6 3 Chehalis . .. ,.., . 32 Vancouver ,...,. ..... 2 8 Centralia ...... ..... 3 1 Vancouver ...... .,.., 4 8 Chehalis ..... ,..,, 2 7 Vancouver ...... ...,. 3 5 Kelso .......... ..... 3 7 Vancouver ...... ..... 3 8 Longview ,............. 39 Vancouver ...... ...,. 4 6 Battle Ground ...... 32 Vancouver ..,,,. ,.... 4 O Castle Rock ,......... 28 Vancouver ...... ..... 3 8 Camas ,,.,..............,. 27 Lettermen's Club First row: Hill Kimpp, 'Pom ldrnf-sl, llezin Gibson, Clem lflisvheu. Ilenry Ilzilu-3.:'m-r. Ron Ilauiiw-ls. l Iinln Smiley, Iinmit- lYellm:m. l"l':m.t Rider, th-m',11e Keith. Set-mul row: Ullzu-li Karp, t'l:irk Hail- lll'illlll, llill lC1lp::u1', llit-it XYur1li'ngx, llill Hslmrm-, .lr-rry l'eli'1-X. llill l:we1tn'llei'. l.5'lv XYmlll', Kr-itll V llgiri. 'l'liircl row: Ilivk Spzuly, lllt'll1ll'll llvllilllly, Merle llilllllt-'l'llUllll. limi lmiimlrrn. liill M4-tlilm. Mink ly14.q'4yy,.lv1'l'5' tin!--. Htlit-rs: Ninn-lt Gill. Keitl1l'lal:augli. l411l:t'i'iplu-ll, llill Ali't'unI1l'll, Hermit- St,llyprg', Holi lnxws. lloh Brown, A 94 LM ,. x, 1 ' , 3' 2' Q I X NV 'F' X WE S.. 1 fl NX my x W Y J , x ' 1 4 A 'Z XX Q Q 'X xx ff Q X' , X 'V Q ' N 1 M N K 5 bf ,V x x tx v A " f ' f X g f cfw X W5 Mfg , x ,N1bqAt I , Wxf iQiJ l ' 3 x H 'Q N: qs . V L Bi Q E Q .:E:,:- x E -jf ? 5 an f ' ' dsbovncxg if ' i 2 , 5 1 Hemevhglm ,gl T7 X LG.Y'Ld031 - ' X .,. 2? T ..,.,.,,,, A Ni X W .,..: . E f Q rj fa b xx M ,AS 1, X Bob 5- ,M F Sade I X :-'.::- 4 I-'v' ,,:, i , E -,.., - K i ,. s Hood 'E Q X! K xkx . ,., , NX My qtb I el, Q --EE :.:,- Q .......... V 5 j K as ,S I X ,,. ..A,.. Q z N X S , QL, 'A R ,A,., s A A: M-ff E, x. ,.,., I ,y fair, X x,,. , uu E?- m ' ':::' ..-::-:- .. - ' x , ,'fM4 fa vk if f ' I ,", 6 zi' Q ,fi H 'Q 3 J ,QQI E r gf , A Sol bac! . wool? ' , Daniels W q i , X Track Mr. Lester Long, Couch The V.H.S. track team started out the 1945 season with strong opposition in a three-way relay meet with Grant and Salem at Grant. The next meet was a dual one in which Van- couver played host to Milwaukie. Vancouver took first with 71 4!15, with Milwaukie get- ting 50 11f15 points. The next meet was at Longview where V.H.S. cinder men took 94454, leaving Long- view with 531A points. In this meet Hank Ha- begger made an outstanding mark in the shotput by heaving the lead ball 47 feet 1 inch for the best put so far this season. Beaverton and Battle Ground traveled to Vancouver, where the Trappers won with a score of 732 points. Beaverton was second with 58 WH and Battle Ground trailed with 15. In their fifth meet the Trappers took first place in competition against Roosevelt. V.H.S. was again victor with 83M to Portland's 4214. Clem Eischen turned in his best time this year in traveling around the oval four times in 4:35.5. In a very close three-way meet a strong Jefferson team conquered the Trappers and the Roosevelt Teddies, with the final event deciding the outcome. Jeff got 56 points, Van- couver 47, and Roosevelt 23 points. In a dual meet with Longview, May 4, Van- couver won 101 points, getting all but two firsts on the Shumway field. Eischen ran the mile in 4:44.45 Strahl, the 440 in 53.85 Cas- sady, the 220 in 25.0 secondsg and Mayes, a close second in the 880, timed at 2:06.5. Ron Daniels took the high hurdles in 16.6, and Bill Edgar the low hurdles in 25.4. Eischen, Walters, Daniels and Habegger won the re- lay in 1.37. Louie Wellman and Roger Ploo- ster tied for first place in the pole vault at 10 feet. I-Iabegger received three blue rib- bons: shot, 48 feet 1 inchg discus, 140 feet 4 inchesg broad jump, 19 feet 10 inches. In the Sub-District Meet, May 12, at Vancou- ver, fifteen Trappers tHabegger. McConnell, Wellman, Plooster, Keith, Daniels, Edgar, Mayes, Riddle, Strahi, Petrey, Strong, Ei- schen, Gibson, Walterst qualified in eight- teen events and in the relay for the District Meet at Centralia. Henry Habegger made the outstanding mark of the meet, when he tossed the platter 144' 10". breaking the Sub- District record of 138' in the discus, previous- ly held by Jacobsen. Habegger's put of 50' 1" for the shot was several feet beyond his near- est competitor. Clem Eischc-n's mile time was three seconds short of his last year's record of 4:36.5. Longview nosed out Battle Ground when they ran second to the Trappers in the relay. Vancouver scored 79143 Longview, 3012: Battle Ground, 2812. Remaining Meets May 19 District Meet at Centralia May 26--State Meet at Pullman Trapper Trcxcksters First row: Rngt-1' Plooster, Gr-oi-ge Keith. Dirk Spzuly, Jerry l'e-trey, Ilill lflmlgzxr, lmnie XYt-lI- lt Inhul thnlquet I :nge lltlillll ntl 1 xx I ilu I ntl an lllilll, In-:tn Gibson, Lyle XVnn ', i'- : 1 ' 1 N. if' " r i S, Fm-V11 'nt 'Z 34 'Q 1 , Dun Vztsszuly, Hill Ritltlle, Run Daniels, Hmliwy Stt'nn::'. liill lioetlm'I1vi', liivlmrtl llvllilllly, Hon Halle. 'I'I1irfl row: .lim Ii1n'f.:'ess, Roh liinn. .lim Stmlil, lCrlw:u'4l Rumi, Tom Millar, t'l:n'k tlatllnwtilli. llonier Pulley, llir-k lllr-Laughlin. Kenneth Mnyes, l"1'lll'Ih row: Kvrnn-tli liinslxzxw, llowztrtl 'Foun- linson, Vlem liisc-ln-n. Henry Iflulreggvr. l-lull .Xiulrr-ws, Mr, lifting, Htln-rs: IGIIMPIIQ' lint-tow. Veli- Jnnes, Ulytlt- l.t-nI'. Bill Mt-Unmnell. -1 s Q-1' 4 Q6 w v 2 ..ff"5 Kel W 1 Q R,d,xm,AW i 1 M . ZW sa B""Q "fw mm 'hx ElSCitE'm. G2 58011. Q' La ' Jw, Nw.. sm :a.. Q N ' 1 - ,Q ba 'gf Q .' f if 3 ss' 535641 g P ' ' wx n 1 li? ' A 1 .DQNQV s l A J A us Q Av wg "'f'3.'1tfe., Bm li Howffd ' ecmmen f , N, Tinmlmson Q 5 ,, we 5 -Vf li 9 . :.:,' ' QSQQ- f "sq A 'E' , ff - 5 11,.,,.:,,.,,,.: .1 ? ' 5 5 55 Jffssmm. I S S Bill BQQHTQMQY ROJTTCLX Sffcn mv, Long '6,,g,1,,1 Laws ,J '15 'ia Girls' Athletic Association Jean Laws .....,.... ,,Y,,.,,..,,., President Barbara Smith ........,...,......,.... Vzce President Elaine Tittsworth ,......... The Girls' Athletic Association is a club for girls interested in participation in ath- letics for pleasure and health. G.A.A. annual- ly sponsors the Homecoming Dance to which Alumni are invited, This year G.A.A. and the Lettermen's Club sponsored a spring clean-up week in April. During the year all types of First row: Emma Colvin, Bernice Thedorf, Shirley Jorg, Martha Frier, Joan Davis, Lois Sorensen, Jeannette Harrington, Phyllis Or- tego, Neal Albrecht, Margaret Morrow, Jerry Dewey, Betty Hamilton, Lois Sherwood. Sec- ond row: Eleen Laws, Harriette Colvin, Jean Laws, Evelyn Malone, Virginia Weeks, Isabel Frier, Laverna Lay, Cecille Hazlette, Kay Sorensen, Gwen Green, Midge Palmer, Doro- thy Fisher, Fern Roessler. Third row: Elea- nore Anderson, Joanne Adkins, Arlene Be- Juanita Stewart ,,....,.. ,,,i,,, S ecretwry Norma Johnson i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,i, Treasztrei' Reporter sports are offered. Games are played under the supervision of a manager and the adviser, two nights a week after school. Girls become active members of the club after earning points by participating in games, meeting scholastic requirements and taking part in school activities. lisle, Marianne Jenner, Anna Marie Quarn- berg, Genevieve Remour, Eileen Dallas, Phyl- lis Piper, Juanita Stewart, Betty Ann Bur- bridge, Margie Bonnell, Betty Dhanens. Fourth row: Vermillion Crockford, Dorothy Russum, Shirley Anderson, Evelyn Robinson, Eugenie Marble, Laurel Curran, Ginger Cope- land, Elaine Tittsworth, Barbara Smith, Jeannine Casaw, Norma Johnson, Joan Breckel, Mrs. Snyder. Others: Evelyn Leusch- ner, Irene Stange. Top I-Iatters Ten girls were chosen as Top Hatters in a girls' tumbling act for the vodvil. Under the supervision of Mr. Hicks and Mrs. Snyder they put in strenuous practice after school. Purple velvet costumes trimmed with silver gave the act extra brilliance. Their act consisted of pyramid building, rolls, hand stands, flips, and other individual and group stunts. Kneeling: Phyllis Ortego, Betty Hamilton, Martha Frier, Margaret Morrow. Standing: Harriette Colvin, Jean Laws, Irene Stange, Norma Johnson, Joanne Adkins, Eleen Laws. Sports Volleyball, basketball, and softball were the main sports of the year. Between fifty and one hundred girls turned out for each of these sports. Other sports offered during the year were badminton, tumbling, ping pong, tennis, and horseshoes. The All-Stars represent the best volleyball and basketball players. They were chosen for their ability and their sportsmanship. Each girl that turns out for a sport is placed on either the first, second or third team, accord- ing to her playing ability. The All-Star play- ers are chosen from the first team. Volleyball: Bernice Thedorf, Irene Stange, Norma Johnson, Betty Ann Burbridge, Mar- tha Frier. Basketball: Ginger Copeland, Jeannette Harrington, Martha Frier. Lettergirls' Club The Lettergirls' Club consists of G.A.A. members who have earned at least a 100 points by participating in G.A.A. sports and in school activities. These girls are awarded the athletic letter and are entitled to wear Lettergirl sweaters. Each stripe represents: First row: Margaret Morrow, Kay Soren- sen, Joanne Adkins, Barbara Smith, Norma Johnson, Eileen Dallas, Genevieve Remour, Marianne Jenner, Jean Laws, Phyllis Ortego. Second row: Mrs. Snyder, Martha Frier, Har- ' A Y 100 points. Lettergirls are initiated into the club by the old members. Initiation is usually twice a year. Very few girls receive their letter in the first year they turn out unless they are exceptionally good. riette Colvin, Joan Davis, Dorothy Russum, Eugenie Marble, Irene Maas, Anna Marie Quarnberg, Juanita Stewart, Betty Ann Bur- bridge, Vermillion Crockford, Eleanore An- derson, Betty Hamilton. Other: Irene Stange. 4 99 ,I Qi? F li , 'ff ':. 2 E3 School Calendar SEPTEMBER, 1944 -Opening Day -Assembly -Beginning of Student Body Ticket Sale -Assembly, Yell Leader Tryout -Sophomore Advisory Elections -Student Body Tickets Distributed Miss Wintler's Mr. Roeder's Mr. Hillstrom's Mr. McPhaden's Miss Robinson's 100W Advisories Mrs. Wethere1l's Miss J. Johnson's Miss Hall's Mr. Cording's Mr. Karp's -Football, J efferson, Here After Game Dance, Seniors -Sophomore Class Nominations Mrs. Miller's Advisory Picnic . -Potluck, Mrs. Pate's Advisory Meeting of Girls New to V.H.S. Potluck, Mrs. Wetherell's Advisory -Sophomore Class Elections Allied War Chest Contributions . Pay Assembly, Loveland Cota, Singer Potluck, Mrs. Powers' Advisory Assembly, Seniors. Song Leaders' Try- out Football, Longview, Here After Game Dance, Juniors OCTOBER -Allied War Chest Contributions Assembly, Juniors Quarter Holiday: Mrs. Wetherell's, Mr. McPhaden's Football, Aberdeen, There Meeting of Junior and Senior Boys -Public Forum, Marquis Childs, "The People's Choice" -Assembly Quarter Holiday.: Mr. Karp's Girls' League Mix Football, Lincoln of Tacoma, There 19 -Senior Doughnut Sale Football, Olympia, There -Pay Assembly, Pierce Knox, Xylophon- ist Football, Centralia, Here Halloween Party, Trapedero NOVEMBER -Homecoming Rally, Sophomores -Assembly, Alumni Homecoming Game, Hoquiam, Here Homecoming Dance, G.A.A. -Special Assembly, Mun Hope, Speaker Straw Vote, National Elections -Enrollment Junior Red Cross -End of First Quarter Armistice Day Assembly, Social Science Department Football, Kelso, There Special Assembly, Dr. Barker, Speaker -Assembly, Public Speaking Class Play rl , M 17-Report Cards Football, Camas, Here After Game Dance, Sophomores -Beginning School War Bond Drive -Assembly, Chaplain Eubanks, Speaker "Hello Day" Noon Dance, Log Staff -Thanksgiving Vacation Football, Everett, There -Thanksgiving Vacation DECEMBER -Assembly, Football Awards Junior Class Party Cross Country Run, Hill Military Acad- emy 4-Potluck, Mrs. Harber's Advisory -Potluck, Librarian's -Special Assembly, Major DeMartini Potluck, Miss Ellson's Advisory -Boys' League Bond Show V.H.S. on KEX "Schools at War" -Assembly -Basketball, Washington High, Here --Collection of Buddy Boxes for Barnes Hospital T.B. Bangle Sale Basketball, Central Catholic, There -Girls' League Meeting Lions' Club Football Banquet -Assembly Christmas Ball, Honoring Mid-Term Graduates, Triad Club and Seniors 16--Basketball, Central Catholic, Here --Christmas Program, Music Department Collection for Barnes Hospital G.A.A. Christmas Party 22--Assembly, Christmas Program Basketball, Oregon City, Here --Christmas Party Trapedero 27-Basketball, Oregon City, There 29-Basketball, Rainier, There JANUARY, 1945 -Basketball, Rainier, Here -Assembly 9-Senior Pencil Sale Noon Movie, Juniors Advisory Nominations -Special Assembly, Bell Telephone Sys- tem 11-Advisory Elections Meeting of Mid-Term Graduates Forum, "Compulsory Military Training" -Assembly, Honoring Mid-Term Grad- uates Basketball, Centralia, Here -Basketball, Vancouver Jay-C's -17-Semester Tests -End of First Semester Music Concert, Guest Conductor, Noble Cain -Holiday, End of Semester Basketball, Longview, There 22-Report Cards Beginning of Second Semester 23WBasketball, Kelso, Here 25- "March of Dimes" Collection Potluck, Mrs. Mickelwaite's, Mrs. Stech- er's Advisories Sophomore Council Party 26ffAssembly, Sophomores Basketball, Battle Ground, There 30 Basketball. Castle Rock, There FEBRUARY 1 Pay Assembly, Williams' Marionettes 2fAssembly Basketball, Camas, Here 7fPotluck, Miss Joy Johnson's Advisory Sf fGirls' League Meeting 9--fAssembly Basketball, Chehalis, Here 10-Valentine Party, Trapedero 14 Yfr- Beginning Swim Class 16-Assembly, Student Body Talent Basketball, Centralia, There 17fBasketball, Chehalis, There 19fOpening Vodvil Ticket Sale 20-Girls' League Meeting Shoe Shines by Seniors 21--Clothes Collection, Russian War Relief Shoe Shines by Seniors Cake Walk Dance, Seniors 22fHoliday, Washington's Birthday 23f-'Assembly Forum, Harold T. Noble, "What to do With Japan" Basketball, Kelso, There 27-fBasketball, Longview, Here 28 Red Cross Work, Mrs. Miller's Advi- sory. Trapedero MARCH IW Red Cross Work, Mrs. Powers' Advi- sory, Trapedero 2 Assembly, Vodvil Previews Basketball, Battle Ground, Here After Game Dance, Sophomores 6 Basketball, Castle Rock, Here 7 Vodvil Matinee 8 Vodvil Matinee Red Cross Work, Miss Ellson's Advi- sory, Trapedero Vodvil 9' -Vodvil Basketball. Camas, There 10-WVodvil 15fRed Cross Work, Mrs. Murray's, Miss Evans', Mrs. Mickelwaite's Advisories, Trapedero 16-Assembly 17fSt. Patrick's Day Party, Trapedero 19 Red Cross Work, Mrs. Wieseke's Ad- visory, Trapedero 20fRed Cross Work, Miss Dunlop's Advi- sory, Trapedero 20-21' -WI. Q. Tests 21gPay Assembly, Montague Magician Red Cross Work, Mrs. Pate's Advisory, Trapedero 23-V Assembly, Basketball, Quill and Scroll, Honor Dramatic Awards 26fForum, Carey McWilliams, "America's Race Problem" 27 Red Cross Work, Mrs. Rydbom's Advi- sory, Trapedero 28' -End of Third Quarter Red Cross Work. Mrs. Sells' Advisory, Trapedero 29-Track, Grant, Salem, V.H.S. at Grant 29-30 Spring Vacation APRIL 2-3fAlki Pictures Taken 4-"Special Assembly, College of Puget Sound Trio 5f'Red Cross Work, Miss Johnson's, Mrs. Wetherell's, Miss Wintler's, Mr. Roe- der's Advisories, Trapedero 6fAssemb1y, Flying Christensens Report Cards Tolo Dance Track, Milwaukee, V.H.S., Here 9-14fClean-Up Week, G.A.A., Lettermen 12fA.S.T.R.P. Test 13fAssembly, Choir, International Club Quarter Holiday, Mr. Cording's Track, Longview, There Sophomore Mix 18fGirls' League Assembly 2OfRoyal Theatre Play Junior-Senior Prom 23fCollege Conference 24-26fBig Sisters' Class 26-Senior Play Skits 27f--Assembly, Triads Student Body Nominations Track. Portland, There 30-Girls' League Nominations Boys' League Nominations G.A.A. Nominations MAY In Junior Class -Nominations Track, Longview, Here 2?-Sophomore Class Nominations 3f--Elections 4' -Track, Portland, Here 4-5WSenior Play, "Young April" 7 Advisory Nominations 10 - Advisory Elections 11-12W-Music Festival 12f Sub District Track, Here 16- 'Girls' League Honor Assembly 18fAssembly, Seniors Forum, Hubert Herring, Speaker 19-District Track, Centralia 22fExhibit Day 23-f A.A.U.W. Tea for Senior Girls 25fAssembly, Installation and Awards 26fState Track Meet, Pullman 27fBaccalaureate 28fGraduating Seniors Meet 28-29-Semester Tests 30fHoliday, Memorial Day 31vCommencement JUNE 1-Report Cards 101 l ff f Girls' League Calendar SEPTEMBER, 1944 Cabinet Meeting Cabinet Meeting Cabinet Meeting' OCTOBER Cabinet Meeting Girls' League Mix Cabinet Meeting Cabinet Meeting NOVEMBER Cabinet Meeting Girls' League Installation -S.W.W. Girls' League Conference, Cen- tralia Margaret Morrow Elected Secretary for S.W.W. Girls' League Conference Cabinet Meeting fCabinet Meeting Cabinet Meeting Drive for Overseas Boxes DECEMBER Cabinet Meeting Christmas Potluck Girls' League Assembly, Speaker, Miss Gertrude Crane f"Gift for a Buddy" Boxes Filled Cabinet Meeting FEBRUARY 1iRed Cross Project Drive S 15 20W- 28 1 14 16 21 3 6 11 16 18 19 21 --Girls' League President Kay Sorensen Elected Representative, "Good Citizen- ship Pilgrimage" -Cabinet Meeting Girls' League Assembly, Speaker, Mrs. Kathryn Laughton Cabinet Meeting MARCH fDeadline for Overseas Boxes WCabinet Meeting A-Cabinet Meeting Cabinet Meeting APRIL 4Cabinet Meeting fTolo Dance -fCabinet Meeting --Cabinet Meeting 4Senior Talent Assembly Cabinet Meeting S.W.W. Girls' League Conference, Long- view 24-25-26 Big Sister Classes 30 Girls' League Nomination Assembly MAY JANUARY- 1945 3- -Girls' League Elections Cabinet Meoiing 9--Cabinet Meeting Girls' League Assembly, G.A.A. Play 15- -Completion of Red Cross Project Drive Cabinet M9f'TiHi-T 16 Honor Assembly Boys' League Calendar SEPTEMBER, 1944 JANUARY Cabinet Meaning 31 Cabinet Meeting OCTOBER Cabinet Meeting Cabinet Meeting NOVEMBER Cabinet Meeting Boys' League Assembly, Two Movies Cabinet Meeting DECEMBER War Bond Program, Victory Center War Bond Show Cabinet Meeting Boys' League Assembly, Demonstra- tiilon of Basketball Trick Shots, Wilfred e ze x X A 1.45 13 20 9 12 23 30 FEBRUARY fCabinet Meeting MARCH fCabinet Meeting APRIL fCabinet Meeting fAnnual Boys' League Smoker f-Cabinet Meeting --Boys' League Presentation of Candi- dates for 1945-46 MAY 3-Election of Officers for 1945-46 9-Cabinet Meeting 23-Cabinet Meeting X Ag .- QP 1. 1 'Ax 'va . . , ry 'W Ak My s Qgx Q5 jf W Kg Q5 xy- 53, ' if S K vii Qi '. E E' .-ji , 1. JN? ..1, r AJ 3 f Lf Ni, J ' f nh! J K W J ffjf QM W JW I 1- , ,, . ,l vi .X U 5 1. Cf, ,, -- , . gif?-Q 954 C Q Q1 . Qafgf ,Q ! if MW VM MW W7 .Ja Jwffyzfw . -1 W 1 1 S 'i 4


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