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The Hd 194 431 Published by VANCOUVER HIGH SCHOOL Vancouver, Washington THE ALKI - 1948 ENGRAVING BY PETERSON-SCHON ENGRAVING COMPANY PORTLAND, OREGON PHOTOGRAPHING BY THE CAMERA SHOP VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON PRINTING BY VANCOUVER HIGH SCHOOL PRINTING DEPT VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON Admimistramtiwn 1. J, l 4 V, uf K I 'z . S , - f.. ww L'-14 .. K. : ...I 'V' , , Qs, Q , a Nqr l 1 A I THE ALKI - 1948 l Dr. Paul F. Gaiser Superintendent Vancouver Public Schools Board of Directors Joseph E. Hall L. M. Burnett Horace Daniels Dr. I. C. Munger, Jr. Floyd S. Ratchford Vancouver Sc ool District Administration Mr. A. D. Whitenack Vancouver Public Schools Assistant Superintendent THE ALKI - 1948 Foua Mr. Henry DeYoung Principal Greetings to Faculty and Students: On the pages of this, the fortieth volume of The Alki, will be found the record of our school's disappointments and triumphs for 1947-48. To the Seniors it is a record of the last happy year spent in high school, while to the Juniors and Sophornores it is an incen- tive to leave an even better record than the Class of 1948. With eleven hundred Working together there are very few things that we O 0 0 Administration can not accomplish. The Alki staff are to be congratulated upon the splendid book that they have created for 1948. To the Seniors I wish the best of success in their future work, whether it be in college or in some other field of endeavor. To all I extend the greetings of Vancouver High School. Henry DeYoung Principal Miss Dorothea von Berg Dean of Girls Mr. W. H. Conover Vice Principal THE ALKI - 1948 P B zdl Louie Prodiletto Donna Han at rl ey l'res1flc11,t Ist. Vice President 21111. Vice President tudlen Body Oiihicers l Marjorie Preston Ed Osborn Se0'retm'y Sezryeflizt-at-ilrms As the highest executive body of the school, the Student Council deals with the problems of the school as a whole and with those of the organizations represented within the council. In conjunction with the Shumway Council they also have jurisdiction over the Trapedero Teen-Age Club. Among the amendments to the by-laws are the anproval of awards in Band and a Cap- pella Choir and the inauguration of major awards in tennis. New to the council line-up is the appointive office of Junior Red Cross Chairman. Throughout the year the Council approved the adoption of the Viktoria Luise school in Germany and sponsored various national and civic drives within the school. Left to right: Janet Zaske, Pat Kane, John Liming, Sue Xvondrack, Bill Hamman, Kenneth Cooper, Mr. DeYoung, Ed Osborn, Miss von Berg, Pat Preston, Louie Prediletto, Pat Bradley, Donna Hall, Sid Leahy, Mr. Conover. FIVE THE ALKI - l948 SIX 3 ,wu- 2 Sue Wondrack Dolores Warner Dorothy Potter Jolene Bishoprick Pat Smith Betty Kahlsdorf President Vice President Record, Sec. Corres. Sec. Treasurer Reporter Q 9 it irls ea ue Miss Dorothea von Berg, Dean of Girls This year's program was planned to in- clude every girl in its functions. To make each new girl feel a part of the school, the activities began with a Big Sister orientation program and a costume Mix. The money raising projects included sell- ing cokes and programs at football games. Half of the proceeds from a fudge sale weiiit to the Student Body's adopted school in Germany. The installation of officers was changed from the traditional candlelight ceremony to one using flowers to symbolize the Girls' League ideals. Assemblies held once a month presented interesting speakers as Well as programs put on by the Girls' Athletic Association and Senior girls. Carrying out a Gay Nineties theme, the annual Tolo dance highlighted the social events year. The CS?ifs3Q:League had an active part in the Southwest Washington spring and fall con- ferences held in Camas and Longview, for which Sue Wondrak served as secretary. The Girls' League was represented at the Leaders' Conference at the University of Washington. Girls' League Cabinet First row: Cecilia Prevost, Nancy Payton, Janet Huff, Sally Abrams, Jolene Bishoprick, Dolores Warner, Bonnie Jones, Ernestine Sexton, Dorothy Potter, Sue Wondrack. Second row: Barbara Sells, Glenda Cotton, Esther Bedell, Dena Chalquest, Lorine Luginbuhl, Bonnie Drury, Rosalie Leonard, Wanda Fishel. Lila Weeks, Pat Smith. Third row: Irene Drew, Charmaine Reyrnond, Marylyn Hardie, Doris Aldridge, Pat Hoffrneister, DeMaris Ness, Pat Kane, Sarah Pitkin. Fourth row: Miss von Berg, Carolyn Herman, Barbara McAllister, Joan Alvord, Nona Buker, Pat Carlson, Betty Kahlsdorf, Pat McKee, Luwanna Boggs, JoAnn Bunge. Others: Pat Kaufman, Beverly Strief, Lenna Storey, Jenny Bobst. THE ALKI - 1948 6 ,.,J, 5 f aw- lg K B . sm Leahy , Sandy Hastings LnVff"'nC': Snfltll p,.,,8me,,t Bob Barnett Bob Wilson 21,11 Vice P,.eSme,,t lst l 1012 I Vesirlmtt , Secretary Se,.gemlt-at-Arms Boy 9 League This year the Boys' League had a full cal- endar of activities. Among the many projects carried out were the inauguration of an an- nual "Dress-Up Day" and the collection of canned foods for overseas relief. Leading the list of social events was the White Christmas Ball, December 12, 1947, co-sponsored by the Boys' League and the Triads. It featured a "Mr. and Miss Who" contest. Both the winners and the mystery couple were presented that evening. Throughout the year various types of pro- grams Were given for the boys. They usually were presented by interesting persons who told of their vocations and experiences. A successful year was brought to a close by a party at the Trapedero in honor of the Girls' League Cabinet. Boys' League Cabinet First row: Rod Smith, Ronald Barclay, Robert Wilson, Norman Webb, Dale Beacock, Vernon Emter, Gilbert Cobb, Henry Maas, John Christensen. Second row: Bob Morrlison, Jim Paeth, Dick Moore, Jim George, Neil Lyall, Ronald Vail, Bernard Morris, Bob Kreis, Bill Hoy. Third row: Bob Hedge, Tom Burgess, Sandy Hastings, Bob Buker, Gerrit Elsinga, Larry Smith, Fred Ehlers, Howard Terpenning, Ted Tamis, Gene Sargent, Fourth row: Vern Perry, Bob Hopkins, Maurice Evans, Ben Sloane, Mr, Conover, Bob Barnett, Sid Leahy. I SEVEN THE ALKI 1948 lr .,' ,E .2 , -- I EIGHT sg A ' :fi".Zf'3.5-g-g.fi'Q.f'E:'5E35jrg5::j::. - 5.91 '- .Ev 1:Ezfi.f:ffEif2j.31.f11f::s: " 1. -1 . - '-V .... - V ' :' g3,:,.f'I.2f3-iii, , " -':':-'11-:' ' X ,. , P 'X as 5 . S E 2 I Nm Backman, Daniel Olof B.A.-University of Washington, M.A.- Teachers College, Columbia University. Band, Orchestra. Barber, Helen Johnston B.A.-University of Idaho. English. Barter, Louis S. B.A.-University of Missouri. Social Studies. Benson, Lola H. B.S.-University of Utah. English. Blair, Dorothy Bag.-Washington State College. Eng- lis . Bratcres, Mildred A. Southern Oregon College of Education, B.S.-University of Washington. Home Economics. Brown, Ilo B.A.-Pacific University. English, Jour- nalism. Carson, Dorothy B.S.,-Oregon State College. Home Eco- nomics. Clausen, E. E. B.S.-The Stout Institute, Wisconsin. Printing. Davis, Cecil E. Auto Mechanic. Dunlop, Catherine B.A.-University of Oregon. Biology. Ellson, Gladyce B.A.-State Teachers College, Valley City, North Dakota. B.S.-University of Oregon. Typing, Shorthand. Evans, Ruby M. 5.2.-Washington State College. Eng- s . Everson, Orville E. B.S.-State Teachers College, Ellendale, North Dakota. Industrial Arts, Mechan- ical Drawing. Fields, Phyllis B.S., M.A.-University of California, Berkeley. Librarian. Frazer, Lucelia M. B.A.--Geneva College, Pennsylvania. Social Studies, English. Frost, Clifford B.S.-Washington State College. Chern- istry, Photography. Hall, Ruth B.A.-College of Idaho, M.A.-Mi0ldle- gury College. French, Assistant Dean of irls. THE ALKI - 1948 Harris, Delmar B.S.-Arkansas State Teachers collegeg B.A.-University of Washington. Photo- ography. Hauck, Dora M. B.A.-University of Montana. Physical Education. Heinen, Gladys B.A.-Central Washington College of Education. Arts and Crafts, Ceramics. Hillstrom, Arthur C. B.S.-Oregon State College. Physics, Ra- dio Science. Jolin, Arthur R. B.A., M.A.-University of Washington. Social Studies. Kiriakedis, Christina B.A.-Pacific University. Boys' Choir, Treble Clef. Kirwin, Constance B.A.-Washington State College. Eng- lish. Kitrina, Isabelle B.A.-University of Oregon. Art. Kracaw, Laura Ruggless B . A . -Willamette University. School Treasurer, Bookkeeping. Kuhn, Mildred B.A.-Washington State College. Home Economics. Long, Lester B.S.-Washington State College. Biol- ogy, Physical Education, Track Coach. Lyons, Edward T. B.S.-University of Oregon. English. McCordic, Edda M. B.A., M.A.-University of Oregon. Li- brarian. McDonough, Madaline A. B.A.-University of Oregon. Stenogra- Phyi Typing- McPhaden, Kenneth S. B.A.-Washington State Collegeg B.F.A. University of Washington. Art, Stage Manager, Audio-Visual Education. Maben, Manly B.A.-University of Washington. Social Studies. Martin, Frank B.A.-State Teachers' College, Dickin- son, North Dakota: B.S.- State Normal and Industrial College, Ellendale, North Dakota. Mechanical Drawing. Martin, Irma B.A.-Whitman Collegeg M.A.-Stanford University. English, Latin. mga f .. 'E NINE Tl-llE Al.Kl l91l-8 a fx ji 'li . if , I S' hah I is iii . ' "-51:-1 i E"E fi:'::f::.l:E2'f21E"5125: l tif" . r '.--'. . , .4... f 1 51245- -ag':5:-:. :,. , .::fsi:'::: . fi- wfsfwzr as l- egg? " l :E:. z-L 'gm TEN Miller, David G. B.A.-Washington State College. Print- ing. Miller, J. D. B.A.-Grinnell Collegeg M.A.-Washing ton State College. Distributive Educa- tion, Activity Manager. Minkler, Laura B.A.-Central Washington College of Eolacationg M.A.gColora0lo State Teach- ers' College, Greeley. Teachers' Train- ing. Moody, Helen B.A.WMills Collegeg M.A.-Whitman College. Speech, Drama, English. Myers, Phillip Machine Shop. Orr, Opal C. B.S.-Linfield College. Biology. Roberts, Olive B.A.-Eastern Washington College of Edacationj M.A.-University of Oregon. Art. Robinson, Lucile B.A.-Pacific University, M.A.-Univer- sity of Washington. Spanish. Scott, Milton B.S.-Washington State College. Agri- culture. Sells, Mabel B.A.-Colorado State College of Educa- tion. Bookkeeping. Shields, Marshall J. B.S.-University of Oregon, M.A.-Col- nmbia University. Physical Education, Football, Basketball Coach. Swartz, Lester J. B.A.-Washington State College. Indus- trial Arts. Tipton, Eleanor B.F.A.+-University of Nebraska. Music. Whitmore, George C. B.S.-University of Oregon. Algebra, Geometry. Wieseke, Sally gi.--North Dakota State College. Eng- IS . Williams, Mary E. Registrar. Wintler, Ella B.A., M.A.-University of Washington. German, Business Law, English. Wood, John T. B.A.-Pacific University. Mathematics. nmfk Activities 5 QQ 3 N 1 1 1 f I 4. K 1 ,V 'x 1 .f. 'mm-., ' f , 1 , 1 499 ,J R C utumn SEPTEMBER 8-Enrollment 12--Student Body Ticket Sale 19-Football Jamboree OCTOBER 14--Community Chest Drive 16-Homecoming Rally 17-Homecoming Dance, Game 2OfGir'ls' League Installation 23-G.L. Mix NOVEMBER 6--Music Concert 11-Armistice Day Holiday 12-Open House 26-Dress Up Day Thanksgiving Assembly 27-31-Thanksgiving Vacation Office Yell Leaders Scenery Painting Class Trapedero ,ew inter DECEMBER 8, 9gVodvil Tryouts 12-,White Christmas Ball l9ffChristmas Program 20-Christmas Vacation JANUARY 5fSchoo1 Resumes 17-University Players 30--End of First Semester FEBRUARY 6ffLongvieW Exchange Assembly 10, 11, 12-"Bundle" Drive for Overseas School 17,MBeginr1ing of Vodvil Ticket Sale 2Of-Junior-Senior Basketball Game l. Future Farmer 2. Make-up Club 3. Library 4. G.L. T010 Dance MARCH 4, 5, 6-Vodvil Spring 20-S.W.W. Solo, Small Ensemble Meet, Centralia 26-29-Spring Vacat APRIL 2-AGL. Tolo Dzince ion 8-Spring Music Concert 10-Class A Music Meet, Longview 16-Junior-Senior Prom 19--College Conferences 30-Senior Play MAY 21-Senior Party 30-Baccalaureate JUNE 3-Commencement 4-Last Day of School 1. Vmlvil 2. Presentation for Gm-rinzm School 2. Prom Queen 4. Junior-Senior Prom Manly Mahon, Ass't. Coczch Howard Jirmasek, Mrmagcv' Marshall Shields Coach Opening the season in the Football Jam- boree, the Trappers walked off with a 20-0 win. In the first league game, Vancouver dropped a 20-13 game to Longview. At home next against Aberdeen the Red and White smashed to their first conference win by 6-0. Going into the last quarter trailing 7-6, the Lincoln Abes rose up to smack the Trappers by a 25-7 count in the non-league game played at Tacoma. On a wet and sloppy field the Olympia Bears invaded Trapperville to suffer a 6-0 loss. In their fourth League game the Trappers met defeat against the powerful Centralia Tigers. Against Hoquiam the Trappers opened with a bang, scoring their first touchdown on a pass, but Hoquiam came back fast and scored two touchdowns to win the game, 14-6. At home against the Kelso Highlanders Vancouver dropped a 13-0 contest as the Trappers were held scoreless for the first time all season. Playing their best ball game of the year, the Trappers Walked all over the Everett Seagulls on a sea of mud to the tune of 18-0. Against Camas in the Trappers' final game, Cam- as walked off with a well earned 26-7 victory. Top, left to right: Aiken Cooper, Crockford, Fleischman to right: Nelson, Parsons, Pierce Pratt, Prediletto, Rogoway. l -, .ua . c .i i' nan ootball Hagelganz, Harris. Bottom, left Awards LETTERMEN AWARDS: Two Stripes-Del Crockford, Jim Hagelganz, Ray Parsons, Jim Pierce, Tom Pratt, Louie Prediletto, Howard Terpenning, Louie Reymond, Joe White, One StripewWayne Aiken, Kenneth Cooper, Bob Fleischman, Gordon Harris, Bob Hopkins Neil Lyall, Alan McGregor, Bob Miller, Darrel More- land, Dick Moore, Clarence Nelson, Jack Rogoway, Jack Rouse, Larry Smith, Rodney Smith, Bob Skaaden, Bob Wilson. L0u1e Reymond .....................,.......... Inspiration Man Joe White ....a........ ........ O utstanding Senior Player Joe White ,................................. ...... H onorary Captain 1947--41-8 Season Record Sept. 26 Vancouver Longview There Oct. 3 Vancouver Aberdeen Here Oct. 10 Vancouver Lincoln There Oct. 17 Vancouver Olympia Here Oct. 24 Vancouver Centralia There Oct. 31 Vancouver Hoquiam There Nov. 7 Vancouver Kelso Here Nov. 21 Vancouver Everett Here Nov. 27 Vancouver Camas There S.W.W. Conference Standing Team W L T Pts Longview ........ , ........ 6 0 0 12 Centralia .... ....... 5 1 0 10 Kelso .,.............. ........ 3 2 1 7 Hoquiam ,............ ......... 3 3 0 6 VANCOUVER ...,.. ..... 2 4 0 4 Aberdeen ........... ........ 0 4 2 2 Olympia ..,......................... 0 5 1 1 Top, left to right: Hopkins, Lyall, MacGregor, Miller, Moore, Moreiand. Bottom, left to right: Rouse, Skztaden, L. Smith R. Smith, Terpenning, Wilson. -...ll - Basketball Marshall Shields, Coach With only three returning lettermen the Trappers went into the title race anything but a favorite. Being riddled by graduation, the team lost four of its starting five players of last year's second place State Tourna- ment team. The Trappers' initial contest found them facing the always powerful Kelso Highlanders, whom they defeated 61 to 44. The pre-season favorite, the Lumberjacks, provided Vancouver with their next opponent and were also beaten, 40 to 36. Meadows was handily defeated 51 to 32. The Trap- pers' Winning streak halted at Camas with a 40 to 36 loss. Still in a slump, they dropped a close 40 to 39 contest to the Battle Ground Tigers. Back in winning form, the Trappers swept their next two games, defeat- ing Chelalis 59 to 44, and Kelso 42 to 35. Perhaps the most controversial game of the season was played at Longview where the Trappers were nudged by the Lumberjacks in the last 15 seconds of play, 45 to 44. Meadows provided stiff resistance for three quarters before bowing to the Trappers 49 to 38. Avenging their first round loss, Vancouver walloped Camas by a 64 to 37 count. The Trap- pers were beaten by a red hot Battle Ground quintet 59 to 36 in the Tiger gym. In climaxing the season the Trappers treked to Chehalis to hand the Bearcats a 45 to 36 licking. Highlighting the season was the breaking of the S.W.W. scoring record by Frank Guisness. Guisness surpassed the old record of 184 points with a total of 233 points. The Trappers were represented on the All-Conference team with the selections of Guisness to the first squad and Larry Smith to the second team. Top to bottom: Bob Hopkins Dick Chambers Dick Young Frank Guisness Larry Smith Ray Parsons Jumping for the ball during a tense moment of the Chehalis game. Awards LETTERMEN AWARDS: Three Stripes---Frank Guisnessg Two Stripes- Joe White, Larry Smithg One Stripe-Ed Osborn, Jack Rouse, Dick Young, Kenny Sawyer, Dick Chambers, Bob Miller, Bob Hopkins, Duane Allen. Frank Guisness ..... ,.... O utstanding Player Larry Smith ,........ ....... H onorary Captain Ray Parsons ........ ................... M anager 1948 Season Record Jan. 9 Vancouver Kelso Here Jan 20 Vancouver Longview Here Jan. 23 Vancouver Meadows There Jan. 27 Vancouver Camas There Jan. 30 Vancouver Battle Ground Here Feb 3 Vancouver Chehalis Here Feb. 6 Vancouver Kelso There Feb 13 Vancouver Longview There Feb. 17 Vancouver Meadows Here Feb. 20 Vancouver Camas Here Feb. 24 Vancouver Battle Ground There Feb. 27 Vancouver Chehalis There S.W.W. Conference Standing Team W L Pct Longview ............. ...... 9 3 .750 Camas ...................... ....,. 9 3 .750 Battle Ground .. .... 9 3 .750 VANCOUVER ......., ...... 8 4 .667 Kelso .,................... .,.... 4 8 .333 Chehalis ................... ...... 2 10 .167 Ogden Meadows .............. 1 11 .083 TOD to bottom: Jack Rouse Ken Sawyer Ed Osborn .Toe White Duane Allen Bob Miller V.H,S, Trappers scoring another two points in the waning moments of the Chehalis game. Lester Long Coach Track March 26, Roosevelt, Portland. Vancouver, Roosevelt, and Grant all tied with 24 points each for the first place in the opening track meet. Vancouver won the mile and two mile relay races, finished second in the 440, 880, high jump, and broad jump relays. Ron DeClark, broad jump, 19' 113Zi"3 Bob Taylor, high jump, 5' S". April 2, Here. Vancouver, 925 points, Battle Ground, 25k points, State School, 173 Meadows, 5. Raw, cold Weather kept marks at a minimum, but several of the competitors turned in creditable performances. Louis Prediletto, 440, 55.49 Eugene Perry, 100 yard dash, 10.5 and the 220, 24.2, Larry Smith, shot put, 45' 5"g Carl Hancuff, high and low hurdles. Relay: Parsons, Hancuff, DeClark, Prediletto, 1.38.9. April 2, Hill Military. Only one team was entered this year from Vancouver. The Trappers' distance medley quartet, Bob Buker, Chuck Wilson, Don Bleth, and Fred Dorsett, fin- ished third in the class "A" division. April 9, Here. Vancouver, 553 Milwaukie, 423 Kelso, 18. All-around strength brought V.H.S. thinclads their third straight win. Carl Hancuff Won both hurdle races, 70 yard high in 11.0, 126Vyard low hurdles, 15.0, Eugene Perry, 100 yard dash, 10.6. Vancouver won the 880 relay in the good time of 1.37.2. April 15, Jefferson, Portland. Vancouver, 589 Jefferson, 545 Benson, 18. Missing several members of the squad, the Trappers protected their unbeaten track record by a narrow margin of four points. Bad Weather again hampered the thin- clads. Vern Perry, mile, 4.503 Bob Barnett, 440, 54.9 5 Ron De- Clark, 200 low hurdles, 25.2, Louie Prediletto, 220, 24.15 Bob Buker, 880, 2.10. In the fastest time yet in the 880 relay for the Tgappers, Barnett, Berger, Parsons and Prediletto turned in a 1. 7.1 race. April 17, Centralia Relays. Lady Luck was with the Trap- pers at the Centralia Relays, as they came out victorious by one-third of a point over a field of twenty-two other teams. Tallying 14 points in the last two events, they edged Renton 28M to 28. Eugene Perry Won the Junior 100 yard dash in 10.6. The shuttle hurdle relay team of Prater, Hamman, DeClark, Hancuff, were the only blue ribbon winners. The all-around strength to pick up seconds and thirds proved the margin. April 20, Here. Vancouver, 76wg Longview, 415, Battle Ground, 19. Vancouver posted its fifth straight win. Highlight of the meet was the 1.35.7 turned in by the Trapper relay Side, top to bottom: George Stecher, Jack Rouse, Eugene Perry, Dick Moore, Bob Miller, Bob Fleischman, Bill Hamman, Larry Smith. Bottom, left to right: Edward Hewitt, Ernest Furness, Bob Hopkins, Carl Han- cuff, Sid Leahy, Sandy Hastings. Top, left to right: Alam Mau-Gregor, Bob Buker, Don Bleth, Ron DeClark, Vernon Perry, Bob Burm-tt. Side, top to bottom: Jack Min- nick, Chuck VV'ilson, Bob Berger, Louie Pre-diletto, Bob 'I'tyl0r, 'Pom Pratt, Don VVar1lrop, Ray Parsons. team. First place winners were Carl Hancuff, both hurdles, Eugene Perry, 100 yard dash, Louie Prediletto, 440, Ron De- Clark, broad jump, and Larry Smith, shot put. April 23, Jefferson, Portland. Vancouver, 47, Jefferson, CNW: Benson, 35112. The Trappers lost their first meet by a half point in a return engagement with Jefferson and Benson. Eugene Perry won the 220, Larry Smith, the shot put, George Stecher, the pole vault. The Trappers missed the support of several members of the squad who were unable to participate. April 30, Roosevelt, Portland. Roosevelt, 57, Grant, 29V2: Vancouver, 3529. Leaving most of the distance men at home for the Longview Relays, the Trappers fell before a strong Roosevelt squad. The only firsts salvaged by Vancouver were the 440 yard dash and the 880 relay. May 1, Longview Relays. Vancouver overpowered a field of seven teams by gaining 7515 points. Longview was the near- est to the Trappers with 4416, Centralia, 35, Puyallup, 27, Chehalis, 23, Kelso, 5, Forest Grove, Oregon, 3, Battle Ground, 1. It was the sixth win for Vancouver in the nine years of the relays. The Trappers won the mile relay and the junior 100, 440 relay, 2 mile relay, 880 relay, placed fourth in the senior 00. May 8, Here. Sub District. Vancouver, 65w, Longview 27, Battle Ground, 1526, Washougal, 11, Kelso, 10, State Deaf School, 7, Meadows, 495, Evergreen, 395, Vancouver Trappers splashed their way to victory qualifying sixteen men in elev- en events. Qualifying were: Hancuff, high and low hurdles, relay, Leahy and Vern Perry, mile, Parsons, 100 yard dash: Miller, high jump, Young, discus, DeClark, low hurdles, broad jump, Walling, broad jump, Buker, 880, Smith, shot put, relay, Prediletto, relay, Eugene Perry, relay, 100 yard dash, 220. Future Meets May 13 Commerce, Washington at Franklin. May 15 District Meet, Olympia. May 20 Grant, Roosevelt at Roosevelt. May 21, 22 State Meet at Pullman. Awards Three Stripese Carl Hancuff, Ray Parsons, Vern Perry, Louie Prediletto, Two Stripes- Bob Barnett, Bob Berger, Bob Buker, Ron DeC1ark, Sid Leahy, George Stecher, Chuck Wil- son, Larry Smith. One Stripe- Don Bleth, Duane Coleman, Bill Hamman, Bob Hopkins, Eugene Perry, Bob Taylor, Don Wardrop, Bob Miller. Carl Hancuff ............................... ........... C aptain ' Edward Hewitt, Ernest Furness .... Managers THE ALK1 - 194-8 TWENTY First row: Rodney Smith, Jack Trombley, Kenneth Sawyer, Guy Woodings, John Westby, Bruce Bork, Dick Smith, Maurice Bottemiller, Bill Drury, Second row: Coach Shields, Louis Reymond, Jim Volker, Jim Hagelganz, Clarence Nelson, Jack Finley, Charles Gibson, John Robertson, Bob Wilson, Herbert Lieser. Third row: Lee Noble, Joe White, Jim Pierce, Frank Guisness, Jerry Ludeman, Jack Riley, Darrel Allen, Bob Morrison, Wayne Andrews, Jerry Lodge. Baseball At the conclusion of the first round of play Vancouver won four games and lost one. In the season opener 'Camas defeated the Trappers 3-0. Against Meadows High, Van- couver turned three hits and a number of Meadows errors and walks into six runs. In the Longview game seven hits became three runs, while the Trappers fielded well behind Guisness and the Lumberjacks were shut-out. In the Battle Ground game Vancouver got five hits off Lahti, one a triple by Gordon Harris, another a homer by Lou Reymond, making altogether five runs. The best Battle Ground could do was two hits and two runs. Top pitcher for the year was Frank Guis- ness, assisted by Bob Skaaden and John Westby. First base position was held by Bruce Bork and Jack Trombley supported by Varsity Season Record 1948 Gaylon Dacus and Clarence Nelson. Catching Bruce Bork and J ack Trombley supported by Andrews, Bob Wilson, and Bob Gibbons. Chuck Klieber was second base with Ken Sawyer and Marvin Woolf as substitutes. Third base position was held by Duane Allen or Jake Mortenson with Mike Witter under- study. Gordon Harris was shifted from third to short this year, and was supported by Dick Smith and Jerry Lodge. Outfielders this year were Jim Volker, Maurice Bottemiller, Jack Riley and Darrel Allen. Jack Finley, Bill Drury, Gerry Lude- man, Junior Schmelzer, Neil Lyal, Bob Morri- son, Guy Woodings, John Robinson, Jim Scotton, Phillip Hoke, Walter Moeller, Duane Ross and Wesley Hylen were utility out- fielders. Managers were Harvey Heimbuch, Verne Liebelt and James Martin. MB" Team Season Record 1948 April Vancouver Camas April Vancouver Meadows April Vancouver Longview April Vancouver Battle Ground April Vancouver Camas May Vancouver Kelso May Vancouver Meadows May 'Vancouver Longview May Vancouver Battle Ground May Vancouver Kelso April Vancouver 4 Camas April Vancouver 9 Meadows April Vancouver 5 Longview April Vancouver 0 Battle Ground April Vancouver 12 Camas May Vancouver 2 Kelso May Vancouver Meadows May Vancouver Longview May Vancouver Battle Ground May Vancouver Kelso THE ALKJI -H 1948 First row: Mr, Wood, Marvin Sutter, Donald Whitenack, Bob Fernea, Bill Hoy, Ed Osborn, Joe Gates, Second row: Bob Cheek, Bob Hoeft, Wayne Aiken, John Liming, Dick Laws, Chuck Harris Jim George. Others: Mark Hardie, Bob Little. Tennis Mr. John wood, coach The Trappers had their best tennis team since the war this year. As of April 29 they had won three matches with no defeats. Victims of the Trapper attack were Jefferson of Portland, Cathlamet and Mc- Minnville. Big guns of the team were Bill Hoy, Dick Laws, Bob Cheek, Ed Osborn, Don Whitenack, John Lirning and Chuck Harris. Leading con- tenders for vacant berths left by Liming, Laws and Osborn, seniors, were Mark Hardie, Jim George and Bud Aiken, Juniors. Along with having a successful season the Trapper net squad ob- tained from the Student Council major letter awards for tennis. After careful consideration the Council decided that five major letters could be granted each year to the five students playing the most matches in one of the first five positions. 191.4-8 Season Record April 5 Vancouver 3 Jefferson 2 There April 27 Vancouver 4 Cathlamet 1 Here April 29 Vancouver 5 McMinnville 1 Here May 8 Vancouver McMinnville There May 11 Vancouver Clark College Here May 15 Vancouver Longview There May 21 Vancouver Clark College Here May 29 Vancouver Longview Here TWENTY-ONE THE ALKI - 1948 First row: Jerry Lodge, Gilbert Cobb, Bob Werb, Charles Morris, Stan Green, .Tack Mlnnlck Marvin Woolf, Herbert Lieser, Mr. Long, Second row: Vince Oscarson, Jim Walling, Al Piice Duane Allen, Sandy Thayer, John Westby, Bill Pfister, Bill Knolls, Bob Stott. Third row John Robinson, Bob Yabs, Ernest Prater, Gaylon Dacus, Tom Miksch, Bob Taylor, Phillip Hoke Cu roll Nelson, Dick McVickers, Harold Powell. TWENTY-Two 66 99 Squad Poo ball Mr. Lester Long, Coach The "B" Squad football team started off the year with two prac- tice games. In these games both Shumway and Union High School were defeated. Some of the outstanding players of the season were Vince Oscar- son, Robert Yabs, and Jim Walling in the backfieldg and Richard Mc- Vickers, Tom Miksch, Carroll Nelson, Harold Powell, and Robert Tay- lor in the line. Awards: Russell Adams, Gilbert Cobb, Gay Dacus, Bill Dunn, Stan Green, Jerry Lodge, Richard McVickers, Tom Miksch, Charles Morris, Carroll Nelson, Bill Pfister, Harold Powell, Al Price, Jim Scotton, Ray Small, Robert Taylor, Sandy Thayer, Jim Walling, John Westby, John Robinson, Jack Minnick, Vince Oscarson, Ernest Prater, Robert Yabs. 1948 Season Record Vancouver 6 Deaf School 32 Vancouver 0 Milwaukie 6 Vancouver 12 Kelso 25 Vancouver 0 Meadows 7 Vancouver 12 W. S. Deaf School 27 Vancouver Meadows 0 Vancouver Meadows 9 THE AJLKI - 1948 First row: Jerry Lodge, Duane Kinnunen, Stan Green, Jack Minnick, Marvin VVoolf, Herbert Leiser, Harvey Heimbuch, Mr, Long, Second row: Cliff Andrews, John Vifestby, Robert Gibbons, Gaylon Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Dacus, Robert Taylor, Phillip Hoke, Robert Skadden, Bob Stott. MBM Squad Baske ball Mr. Lester Long, Coach The Vancouver "B" team played preliminary to all of the varsity contests. Of the total of 19 games they won 12 while losing only 7. Their record for League games was seven victories and four losses. The team's average score per game was 38.4 to the opponents 32.6. The high scorer of the team was their pivot man, Bob Taylor, with 127 in 19 games. He was closely followed by teammates Gaylon Dacus and Bob Gibbons. ' Those winning letters were Larry Johnson, Bob Skaaden, Cliff Andrews, Bob Taylor, Gaylon Dacus, Bob Gibbons, Duane Kinnunen, Bob Stott, Marvin Woolf, Phil Hoke, John Westby and Jim Scotton. 1947-48 Season Record 39 Rainier 27 Vancouver 16 Battle Ground 25 45 Rainier 28 Vancouver 48 Smith Brothers' 37 44 Shumway 24 Vancouver 30 Kelso 37 32 Central Catholic 42 Vancouver 50 Longview 52 35 Central Catholic 51 Vancouver 47 Meadows 46 30 Kelso 36 Vancouver 29 Columbia Prep 24 33 Hoffman's 28 Vancouver 45 Camas 43 41 Longview 32 Vancouver 37 Battle Ground 24 40 Meadows 27 Vancouver 53 Chehalis 54 40 Camas 33 TWIQNTY-THHIQIP THE ALKI - 1948 Girls? Athletics Lettergirls Miss Dora Hauck, Snperviser Lila Weeks ......,,.... .,..,............ P resident Patsy Mulford .....,. ........ V ice President Cecilia Prevost .............,..,,...........,...,., Secretary The Lettergirls' Club is for G.A.A. mem- bers who have earned 100 points, of which sixty are in team competition and forty in general participation in school activities. When the girls have received their letter, First row: Cecilia Prevost, Pat Smith, Di- ane Adler, Jolene Bishoprick, Elnora Masser, Lila Weeks, Natalie Jahraus, Pat Jones, Pat LaDouceur. Second row: Patsy Mulford, De- Maris Ness, Doris Jensen, Helen Mason, Rosemary Gibson, JoAnn Bunge, Rosemary Aldrich, Janet Zaske, Helen Perry. Third Jo Ann Bunge ..,..... ,..,............,..... T reasurer Elnora Masser ......, ....... S ergeant-at-Arms they are entitled to wear a "V" sweater with one stripe. This year the Lettergirls had play days with Battle Ground and other high schools in Clark County. row: Carol Sellers, Joanne Staley, Pat Hoff- meister, Lorraine Severson, LaDonna Field, Yvonne Boyer, Carolyn Herman, Shirley Jones. Fourth row: Pat Preston, Betty Kahls- dorf, Audrey Garner, Donna McKay, Betty Ruge, Wanda Boyer. Girls' Athletic Association Elnora Masser ...,.. ............,. P resident Shirley Jones ........ ......, V ice President Sharon Cook ,..........,.......................... Secretary The G.A.A. is for girls who are interested in sports and in earning their letter or stripes. They must have a "C" average to be- long to this organization and must have earned five points in team competition. Rosemary Aldridge ....,....................... Treasurer LaDonna Field, Joanne Staley ....,. Reporters JoAnn Bunge ..,..,.................. Point Chairman Every year the G.A.A. sponsors the Annual Homecoming dance in honor of the Alumni and an assembly program for the Girls' League. Junior-Senior G.A.A. First row: Cecilia Prevost, Gloria Mack, Jackie Langlois, Natalie Jahraus, Ann Grif- fiths, Virginia Huff, Lucille Leonard, Jolene Bishoprick, Pat LaDouceur, Pat Jones, Ber- nice Bertness, Violet Bertness, Second row: Pat Smith, Diane Adler, Lila Weeks, Carol Sellers, Margaret Lamb, Betty Baldwin, Yvonne Kenison, Rosalie Leonard, Marie Young, Helen Rosander, Anna Collins, Janet Zaske, Edna Mae Wakefield. Third row: Colleen Hadley, Lucella Rodway, LaDonna Field, Patsy Mulford, Elnora Masser, DeMaris Ness, Rosemary Aldrich, Dorothea Anderson, JoAnn Bunge, Pat McKee, Ethel Allen, June Hails, Shirley Cunningham, Shirley Jones. Fourth row: Marilyn Ness, Doris Jensen, Helen Mason, Billie Sturgeon, Adele Drew, Patsy Carlson, Audrey Garner, Donna McKay, Rosemary Gibson, Yvonne Boyer, Joanne Sta- ley, Helen Perry, Betty Fleming, June Dacus. Fifth row: Delores Price, Lorraine Severson, Donna Rader, Pat Hoffmeister, Mary Beth Johnson, Patty Preston, Betty Kahlsdorf, Betty Ruge, Mary Lee Jarvis, Carolyn Her- mann, Mary Healey, Wanda Boyer. Sophomore G.A.A. First row: Shirlee Anderson, Ann McGil- christ, Annabel Grenier, Betty Ann Roeder, Nancy Payton, Despo Koupas, Dorothy Fishel, Edith Morgan, Lois Rivet, Rozina Record, Janet Huff, Lois Wolken. Second row: Elsie Boal, Patty McDunn, Dorothy Davis, Dorothy Clark, Janet Cavens, Barbara Farree, Elsie Sobolewski, Ellen Galbraith, Letha Berquist, Lois Burnett, Susan Fitzgerald, Jerry Klein. Third row: Maureen Wolf, Bonnie Jones, Nancy Smith, Loris Loree, Betty Hall, Betty l WENTY-FOUR Ray, Lillie Withers, Carol Dietrick, Arlene Buzzini, Bonnie Drury, Lucille Wolken, Dena Chalquest. Fourth row: Lorna Hanson, Merle Hartley, Rosabel Baty, Joan Alvord, Moll O'Connor, Gayle Adams, Gail Whitfielcii Terry Nichols, Shirley Browning, Lawanna Marsh, Martha Hedin, Mavis Alvis. Fifth row: Pat Bramble, Phyllis Neumann, JoAnn Tweed, Grace Lowry, Jean Christensen, Joyce Genz, Nona Buker, Marilyn Buetow, Marjorie Thompson, Marjorie Christiansen. THE ALKI - 1948 fl'WEN'rY-1 Tl-lllE AlLKl M l94I-8 Archery The archery tournament was for Letter- girls only. Through Miss Hauck's help, the girls learned the correct way to hold and shoot an arrow. First row: Cecilia Prevost, Pat Smith, Carol Sellers, Doris Jensen, Helen Ann Ma- son, Jolene Bishoprick, DeMaris Ness, Pat LaDouceur. Second row: Pat Jones, Carol Herman, Donna McKay, JoAnn Bunge, Aud- rey Garner, Marjorie Preston, Pat Hoffmeis- ter, Pat Mulford, Janet Zaske, Rosemary Aldridge, Helen Perry, Lila Weeks. r Ping Pong The ladder tournament was used for ping pong. The Sophomores played off their games in gym classes, and Junior and Seniors after school. There was one champ player from each class. First row: Bonnie Jones, Nancy Smith, Elsie Boal, Lorraine Ludwig, Dena Chal- quest, Gloria Hopkins, Ann McGilchrist. Sec- ond row: Lois Burnett, Shirley Browning, Arlene Buzzini, Gail .Whitfield, Gayle Adams, Joyce Genz, Molly O'Connor, JoAnn Tweed, Nona Buker, Lorna Hanson, Terry Nichols. Basketball "Masser's Kids" Basketball was the most popular sport in G.A.A. The Junior-Senior League was won by "Masser's Kids," captained by Elnora Masser. First row: Cecilia Prevost, Pat Jones, Jo- lene Bishoprick, Pat Smith. Second row: De- Maris Ness, Marjorie Preston, Pat Mulford, Lila Weeks. Badminton There were two separate tournaments, the Sophomore League and the Junior-Senior League, so organized because of the large turn-out. The Sophomores played their tour- naments in the gym classes, while Juniors and Seniors played after school. There were three girls who became the champs. First row: Norma Bain, Bonnie Drury, Lucille Wolken, Dorothy Clark, Mary Ann LeBouef, Lawana Marsh, Annabelle Grenier, Freddie Ann Laws, JoAnn Tweed, Ellen Gal- braith. Second row: Dorothy Thompson, Gayle Adams, Gail Whitfield, Lorna Hanson, Nona Buker, Donna McNamer, Audrey Garn- er, Carolyn Herman, Phyllis Neumann, Janet Zaske, Pat Anderson, Rosemary Aldridge. Third row: Pat Jones, Carol Sellers, Doris Jensen, Helen Ann Mason, Marjorie Preston, Donna McKay, Pat Hoffmeister, Pat Mul- gord, Jolene Bishoprick, Helen Perry, Pat mith. TWENTY-SIX Tennis Tennis was played off when softball was almost finished. This was another sport in which the ladder tournament was used. There were twenty girls interested in this sport. First row: Betty Ray, Nancy Smith, Dena Chalquest, Bonnie Drury, JoAnn Bunge, Jo- lene Bishoprick, Rosemary Aldridge, Carol Sellers. Second row: Bonnie Jones, Gail VVhit- field,Gayle Adams, Molly O'Connor, Audrey Garner, Donna McKay, JoAnn Tweed, Helen Ann Mason, Doris Jensen, Joan Alvord, Pat Mulford, Maureen Wolf. Sophomore Basketball "Jolly Bones" The "Jolly Bones" basketball team was the winner in the Sophomore League. The team was headed by Bonnie Jones. First row: Maureen Wolf, Bonnie Jones, Susan Fitzgerald. Second row: Gayle Adams, Gail Whitfield, Molly O'Connor, J oan Alvord. Volley Ball "Terry and the Pirates" From the nineteen teams that entered the volley ball tournament, the "Leaping Liz- ards," headed by Adele Drew, were the champions of League I, while the "Terry and the Pirates" were winners of League II. First row: Phyllis Carter, Terry Nichols, Mavis Alvis. Second row: Maureen Wolf, Gail Whitfield, Gayle Adams, Molly O'Con- nor, Joan Alvord, Shirley Browning, Pat Anderson. Softball Softball was the next popular sport planned for the last part of April and all of May. Teams consisting of twelve girls were chosen. After all the games were played, the undefeated team became the champion. First row: Betty Ray, Lorna Hanson, Ellen Galbraith, Lucille Wolken, Freddie Ann Laws, Phyllis Carter, Mavis Alvis, Dorothy Clark, Susan Fitzgerald, Pat Anderson, An- nabelle Grenier. Second row: Cecilia Prevost, Pat Jones, Norma Bain, Shirley Browning, Phyllis Neumann, Edith Morgan, Mary Ann LeBouef, Lawana Marsh, Terry Nichols, El- sie Boal. Third row: DeMaris Ness, Doris Aldridge, Nona Buker, Joyce Genz, Donna McKay, Pat Hoffmeister, Doris Jensen, Doro- thy Thompson, Carolyn Herman, Lila Weeks, Helen Perry, Pat LaDouceur. THE ALKI - 1948 Y ' THE ALKI - 194-s Mr. Daniel Backman, Director Don Yunker .......... ...,................ P 'resident Carl Heins ......,......... ,.............. V ice President Nadine Sanderson ........ Recording Secretary The Vancouver High School band is well known throughout Southwest Washington for being a fine marching and concert band. This year, as in the past years, they received a "Superior" rating in the District Music meet of Southwest Washington. During the school year they have made various appear- ances in civic and school functions. This year for the first time the Band appeared in the Vodvil. They presented a series of comic acts built around a "guess" conductor. In the fall and spring they gave their annual music con- certs. First row: Dale Harris, Thomas Goe, Gene Sellman, Gloria Mack, Bill Smith, Glenna Lenhardt, Carl Hancuff, Kenneth Nelson, Lorine Luginbuhl, Mr. Backman. Second row: Shirley Griffin, Melvin Kern, Bill Hoy, Donna McKay, Bob Hoeft, Don Geister, Drew Hall, Stanley J org, Jim Kersteter, Bernard McDon- nell, Nadine Sanderson, Joan Gibson, Arlen Fleenor, Rozina Record, Beverly Koppe. Third row: Margaret Jungroth, Lois Schmidt, Peggy Andrews, Shirley Cunningham, Janette Du- Fresne, Joy Bates, Don Wardrop, Robert Har- ris, Don Bleth, Dan Carter, Devane Goldan, Pat McKee, Arlene Buzzini, Alene Turner, 'L wr Nl y-hlioni' Janette DuFresne .... Corresponding Secretary Joan Gibson, Shirley Griffin ....,... Librarians Carl Hancuff, Don Yunker Stud. Conductors The Student Council voted that awards be given to the Band members in acknowledge- ment of their service. A letter is awarded every year to the students who have satis- factorily obtained their Band credit. Mem- bers are eligible to buy Band pins for two years' service and may have a guard added for three years' service. Every year the Portland Rose Festival As- sociation has asked the band to enter their Rose Parade. The Band was also asked to give a performance in the Multnomah sta- dium for the 1948 Rose Festival. Esther Jamison. Fourth row: Earl Dean, Nor- dean Beacock, Dale Beacock, Jack Robins, Glenn Barth, Tom Rayburn, George Goddard, Pete Bonnell, Don Eliason, Earl McCarty, Alice Heberlein, Ron Barclay. Fifth row: Don Whitenack, Louis Prediletto, Carl Heins, Don Yunker, Dick Hauzenberger, Kenneth Arbour, Lois Chapman, Margaret Lamb. Sixth row: Dan Kimsey, Loretta Hetrick, Erwin McCall, Ron Vail, Charles Anderson, Richard Barano- vich. Others: Mitchell Lugie, Eugene Ortego, Dorothy Fishell, Gene Spring, Martha Mat- thews, Bob Harlen, Bruce Bork, Ron Archer. l THE Atkr e 1948 , e wan--.-.,............... ' Cappella Choir Jim Hagelganz ....... ..,......,..,..,.... P resident Lottie Williams ..................,.,.., Vice President Beverly Nicholas ..........,. Recording Secretary June Purviance ...... Corresponding Secretary The a Cappella Choir presented many con- certs to a large variety of audiences during the school year. Among the many concerts which the Choir gave were the annual Fall and Spring concerts, the Vodvil, the Christ- mas program and the Baccalaureate service. During the Christmas season the Choir per' formed at the Portland Art Museum and at a First row: Lorraine Crawford, Charlotte Swan, Lottie Williams, Shirley Ehrhardt, E1- len Blackwell, Phyllis Vehrs, Donna Stowell, Marly Dell, Ann Hallowell, Shirley Arbour, Barbara Redenbaugh, Mary Mulinos, Betty Gwynne, Donna Minnick, Lois Schmidt, Mary Lou Dark, Barbara Sells, Janet Huff. Second row: Miss Eleanor Tipton, Maureen Wolf, JoAnne Pendergraft, Nan Cleveland, Eleanor McCoy, Ernestine Sexton, Dorothy Reed, De- loris Gaub, Pat Jones, Hazel McCarley, Ethel Allen, lva Ordway, Shirley White, Lucille Christopherson, Barbara Voltz, Pat Berkey. Third row: Donna McKay, Helen Rosander. .ToAnn Bunge, June Purviance, Eleanor Jones, Virginia Ward, June Hails, Mary Wyatt, LaVerne Benusa, Barbara McAllister, Leslie Ann Newt-on, Beverly Nicholas, Pat Louis Reymond ....,.......,....... Sergeant-at-Arms Bob Mandich, June Hails .... Custod. of Robes Lorriane Crawford .......................... Treasurer Ellen Blackwell ................. .............. L ibrarian veteran's Christmas party. The Choir evi- denced this season of good will when they sang on a radio broadcast at the Portland Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children on Christmas Eve. At the District Music Meet of Southwest Washington the Choir was given a "Su- perior" rating. Kane, Betty Jean Fagaly, Lorraine Severson, Carolyn Herman, Joan Dirks. Fourth row: Jerry Robinson, Vern Liebelt, Earl Hamblen, Lowell Haley, Ron Barclay, Russell Davis, Ken Boal, Bruce Bork, Bob Meuler, Bill Bel- lingar, Ray Richard, Ken Cooper, Bob Man- dich, Melvin Kern, Doug Vickers. Fifth row: Dick Powell, Frank Hodgson, Merlin Zaske, Herbert Runyan, Jack Jungroth, Dick Mans- field, Dick Hopkins, Howard DeKlotz, Boyd Dewey, Ronnie Knauss, Al Kenning, Loren Pelkey, Carl Hancuff. Sixth row: Fran Otos, Louis Reymond, Robert Harris, Paul Rogers, Bob Schaefer, John Bursey, Stanley Jorg, John Liming, Joe Dye, Jack Riley, Dale Harris, Bob Miller ,Hal Stevens, Jim Hagelganz. Others: JoAnn Bird, Wanda Fishell, Jean Taylor. TYVENTX NINH THE ALKI - 1948 FHIRTY Orchestra Mr. Daniel Backman, Director Harold Swayze ......,.. ..,.......,....., P resident Lucille Stewart ....... ....... V ice President Glenna Lenhardt .......................,........ Secretary First row: Harold Swayze, Jerry Collard, Barbara Farree, Glenna Lenhardt, Dorothy Dunn, Bonnie Durgan, Martha Barter. Second row: Lucille Stewart, Charmaine Reymond, Glenda Cotton, Janette DuFresne, Betty Ha- worth, Luwanna Boggs, Phyllis Hohensee, Lorraine Severson, JoAnne Pendergraft, Rose- mary Aldrich, Shirley Nagel. Third row: Bar- bara Adams, Kitty Jo Olson, Lorna Hansen, Bonnie Durgan ....... ......,,.,.........,..,,.. L ibrarian Dorothy Dunn ........ ........ S tudent Conductor Douglas Mitchell, Melvin Kern,, Donna Mc- Kay, Nadine Sanderson, Joan Gibson, Devane Goldan, Shirley Griffin, Lois Schmidt, Mr. Backman. Fourth row: Shirley Arbour, Alice Heberlein, Kenneth Nelson, Don Eliason, George Goddard, Carl Heins, Margaret Lamb, Don Whitenack, Bill Smith, Ellen Galbraith. Others: Mitchell Lugie, Don Yunker, Bruce Bork, Gene Sellman, Loretta Hetrick. Treble Clef Miss Christina Kiriakedis, Director Joan Stark .................... .................. P resident Leone DeLagasse .................... Vice President Carmelita Bonge ................................ Secretary First row: Celeste Anderson, Mary Ann Sherblom, Freddie Ann Laws, Shirley Ander- son, Suzanne Hastings, Arlene Nurhing, Gloria Hopkins, Gloria Mack, Lelia Baker, Joan Stark, Miss Kiriakedis, Leone DeLagas- se, Connie Freeman, Helen Dewey, Pat Hart, Jean Hanson, Opal Wedding, Jackie Lang- lois, Ann McGilchrist, Nora Outland, Bonnie Harwoood, Ethel Allen. Second row: Connie Stark, Henrietta Goedert, Dorothy Davis, Pat Schultz, Gerry Klein, Mary Ann LeBouef, Mar- garet Albinson, Charlotte Koons, Gertrude Parkhurst, Darlene Marshall, Marian Down- ing, Lawana Marsh, Ardyce Davis, Doris Nadgwick, Mary Leigh Johnson, Jeanne Myhre, Joanne Cook, Joanne Sheffield, Lois Kloster, Beverly Beck, Lois Ledgerwood, Vir- ginia Stecher. Third row: Rozina Record, Vernice Smith, Bernice Bellamy, Joyce Carter, Leonore Keller, Penny Whitney, Phyllis Marian Downing ......................,...., Treasurer Carolyn Stone, Grace Lowry ...,.... Librarians Boadwine, DeLores Willis, Norma Lee, Jean Stratton, Helen Alexander, Helen Myhre, Ra- Deen Wagner, Helen Gorsline, Doris Kinna- mon, Yvonne Kamp, Mary Healy, Mary Ann Martell Ruth Martell Phyllis She herd, urth 7 Y p Elaine Meredith, Macelle McKeag. Fo row: Margaret Weise, Patsy Brantner, Bar- bara Farree, Lois Rivet, Eileen Larson, melita Bonge, Adele Hedin, Betty Yabs, Car- Lois Brewe, Carol Baker, Carolyn Stone, Sue Bev- Robb, Juanita Gamon, Dora Hatfield, erly Golmis, Evelyn Gray, Eva Heerman, Donna Jerome, Grace Lowry, Merle Hartley, Norma Bain, Donna Ketron, Shirley Brow- ning, Shirley Johnson. Others: Marian Al- ferd, Dorothy Asher, Frances Christensen, Dolores Dean, Dorothy Fishel, Carol Hender- son, Frances Powell, June Rogers, Dona Mae Stevens. , o Boys Choir Miss Christinia Kiriakedis, Director Dick Powell ...... ...... ................. P r esident Bob Hopkins ...................,........,........... Secretary First row: Don Dixon, Artie Supina, Wal- ter Lawhead, Allan McNeal, Lee Noble, Lar- ry Siebold, Palmer Ellingson, Kenneth Fitz- gibbon, Albert Gosiak, Devane Goldan, Ro- bert Roberts, Larry Bonebrake, Dennis Her- man, Harvey Heimbuck, Don Singer, Lauren Moulton, Jim Raynor. Second row: Harvey Boyer, Don Miller, Albert Reymond, Vince Oscarson, Jim Walling, Francis E'sch, Clif- ford Andrews, John Westby, Bill Pfister, Don LaPierre, Vern Perry, Ernest Furness, Dick Powell, Ray Bainter, Floyd Ulrich, Miss Kiriakedis. Third row: John Bleth, Bill Drury, Ronald Vail, Howard Fitzgerald, Vern Perry, Jack Rouse ..........,....... Librarians B. Barnett, D. Allen ......,. Sergeants-at-Arms Ervin Frank, Al Price, Gilbert Cobb, Bill Earing, Bob Barnett, Charles Christensen, Victor Voltz, Don Van Gorder, Clarence Mc- Edward, Harry Boyer, Ray Parsons, Bruce Thompson, Pat Berkey. Fourth row: Gene Bokemeier, Carl Zent, Bill Carr, Willard Wil- son, Bob Cardon, Dave Christensen, Carroll Harris, Walter Brewe, Dick Laws, Raymond Alfred, Ronald Fuller, Wayne Aiken, Bill Miller, Darrell Allen, Don Winters, Bob Hop- kins, Alan MacGregor, Henry Maas. Others: Jing Baker, Jack Rouse, Orville Schram, Bob Ya s. THE ALKI - 1948 THE AlLKl F- 1948 Boys' Quartettes For the first half of the year the two Boys' Quartettes were combined into a Double Quartette. They made the usual round of the clubs in Vancouver, appeared at the Portland Art Museum, and sang on the Teen-agers Assembly Show. Later on this Double Quartette was divided into two separate quartettes. The First Quar- tette continued to sing at various functions and were invited to sing at Hoquiam's Hi-Y Vodvil. At the Solo and Small Ensemble Con- test in Southwest Washington they received a rating of "Excellent" Girls, Sextette The Girls' Sextette consisted of entirely new members this year. They performed many times for school functions, banquets, installations, and public meetings. Among the many places where the girls sang were the Portland Art Museum, the Rotary Club, and the A.A.U.W. They were rated "Super- ior" at the Southwest Washington Ensemble Contest. Left to right: June Purviance, Charlotte Swan, Donna Minnick, Beverly Nicholas, Lu- cille Christopherson, Betty Jean Fagaly. String Quartette The String Quartette was one of the most active small ensembles of this year. They played at numerous teas, assemblies, lunch- eons, and various other functions. The group participated in the Southwest Washington Ensemble Music Contest at which they re- ceived a "Superior" rating. They were among the few to be chosen to participate in the evening performance at that contest. Left to right: Harold Swayze, Janette Du- Fresne, Dorothy Dunn, Martha Jane Barter. '1 HIRTY-Two The Second Boys' Quartette also Went to the contest and received an "Excellent" rat- ing. Boys' Second Quartette CLeftD. Left to right: Dale Harris, Bob Schaefer, Merlin Zas- lze, Douglas Vickers. Boys' First Quartette tRightl. Left to right: Fran Otos, Jack Jungroth, Ron Bar- clay, Jim Hagelganz. Clarinet Quartette The Clarinet Quartette was a newly organ- ized group. They made several appearances at various organizations and school func- tions, such as assemblies and concerts. When they attended the Southwest Washington Solo and Small Ensemble Contest, they re- ceived a "Superior" rating. Left to right: Melvin Kern, Shirley Griffin, Dale Beacock, Donna McKay. Accompanists The accompanists this year have done a fine job. They have put in many hours of work in helping the music department. Pat Berkey is completing her second year as accompanist for the a Cappella Choir. The second semester she also accompanied the Boys' Choir. In addition she played for many soloists at the Solo Contest and won an "EX- cellent" rating on her piano solo. Freddie Ann Laws has served as accom- panist for the Treble Clef Choir this past year and played for them at the District Meet. She accompanied a number of assem- bly singers. Ernestine Sexton played a major part at the Southwest Solo Contest when she accom- panied several soloists and received an "Ex- cellent" rating for her piano solo. Top to bottom: Pat Berkey, Ernestine Sex- ton, Freddie Ann Laws. THE ALKI - 1948 IP THE ALKI - 1948 V d ol Mrs. Lola Benson, Production Chairman Not Quite Such a Goose Mrs. Helen Moody, Director "Not Quite Such a Goose" was a one-act play written by Elizabeth Gale in which Albert, the rough little brother, suddenly changes his attitude when he has a chance to date his sister's friend, Hazel. Left to right: Sylvia Mandich, Joan Stark, Bob Mandich, Ann McGilchrist, Carroll Harris, Jean Christensen. Rhapsody in Blue Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Oumansky, Directors The "Rhapsody in Blue" ballet portrayed three versions of George Gershwin's most famous composition. One half of the stage symbolized the classical ballet in blue, and the other half, the modern ballet in red. An adagio act featured the rhapsody. Front row: Gloria Mack, Clarence Nelson, Nancy Smith, Bob Fleischman, Jerry Miller, JoAnne Pendergraft. Second row: Dorothy Franz, Alyce Vehrs, Elaine Davis, Mary Jane Hardesty, Phyllis Shepherd, Glenna Len- hardt, Wanda Marshall, Bonnie Harwood, Freddie Ann Laws, Elsie Boal, Carolyn Arnold, Joanne Hutchison. Third row: Evelyn Einspahr, Mildred Wille, Phyllis Neumann, Shirley McKenzie, Dorothy Davis, Janet Cavens,Barbara Hale, Loraine Lauber, Connie Stark, Pat Anderson, Eunice Steele. Others: Rosalie Boley. Biliy's Buttered Biscuits Miss Irma Martin, Miss Constance Kirwin, Directors The radio show, "Billy's Buttered Biscuits," was an adaptation of Tom Breneman's Breakfast club. For the first time in several years, mock audience participation was used. Left to right: Dorothy Asher, Betty Dalton, Doris Drake, Dick Powell, Henry Maas, Mer- lin Zaske, J ohn Westby, Carl Zent, Janet Zaske, Jean Corn, Lucille Leonard, Sandy Hastings, John Liming, Joanne Sheffield, Pat Huber, June Cunningham, Patsy Mulford, Elnora Masser, Drew Hall, Betty Baldwin, Margarette Taylor, Freddie Ann Laws, Don Yunker, Ann McGilchrist, Fran Otos, Lila Weeks, Maxine Hollinger. Others: Susan Fitzgerald, Shirley Hazelwood, Lottie Wil- lams. School Daze Miss Madaline McDonough, Sponsor "School Daze" was a tap dancing act fea- turing ten outstanding pupils dancing to "An Apple For the Teacher." A very sophisticated teacher presented a solo tap. Left to right: Nancy Smith, Bonnie Jones, Lois Wolken, Lucille Wolken, Glenna Len- hardt, Carolyn Arnold, Joanne Hutchison, Alyce Vehrs, Pat Bradley, Shirley McKenzie, Sue Robb. Polyvetsian Dances Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Oumansky, Directors The Polyvetsian dances were taken from the opera "Prince Igor" by Alexander Borodin. Accompanying the dancers were the a Cappella Choir and Orchestra. First row: Lois Wolken, Mary Ann Sher- blom, Lucille Wolken, Dorothy Clark, Helen Dewey, Delores Foster, Alyce Vehrs, Carolyn Arnold, Pat Hart, Loris Loree, Mary Jane Hardesty, Joanne Hutchison, Cecilia Prevost, Dorothea Anderson, Ellen Galbraith, Harri- etta Perry, Helen Price, Betty Roeder. '1 HIRTY FOUR Second row: Betty Ray, Marylyn Buetow, Betty Condit, Norma Bedee, Billie Sturgeon, Irene Edwards, Sue Robb, Delores Price, Margie Spaulding, Joanne Sensenbrenner, Doris Aldridge, Joyce G-enz, Martha Hedin, Joanne -Cook,Helen Gorline,Edna Mae Wake- field, Norma Joan Keyser, Lelia Baker, Doro- thella Linscott. Third row: Kenneth Arbour, Louis Prediletto, Bob Barnett, Ronald Vail, Robert Fernea, Howard Terpenning, Robert Cheek, Wayne Aiken, Neil Lyall. THE ALK1 - 1948 f : T111u'ry-FIVE THE ALKI - 1948 Stage Crew The Stage Crew handles lights, curtains, scenery changes and programs for all events in the auditorium. They also maintain and run the audio visual program for the high school, operating the movie machine, strip films, recorder, and sound equipment. They are in charge of the lighting for school First row: Jim Wilson, Ralph Ahseln, Bob Hedge, Dick Mudge, John Christensen. and the operation of the nickelodeon. The Public Address system for the audi- torium and the Leverich Park Stadium are also their responsibility. It is their job to see that all equipment is operating at any time it may be needed. Second row: Mr. McPhaden, Tom Burgess, Dick Cordz, Walter Lindsey, Charles Wilson. Stage Crew in Action Left to right: Don Klinski, Dick Mudge, Bob Hedge, Chuck Parton, Walter Lindsey, Ralph Ahseln, Dan Johnson, Dick Cordz, Charles Wilson, Jim Wilson. W 'I HlRTY-SY THE ALKI - 1948 Senior Play Mrs. Helen Moody, Director Harry Graves ...,.A ...,.. J ohn Liming Carl Heins Dolores Warner Joe ....................... Grace Graves ..... Hilda ................... ............ S ylvia Mandich Lois Graves ....... ........ P hyllis Shepherd Judy Graves ......... .............. J oan Gibson Fuffy Adams ...... .A... N an Cleveland J. B. Curtis ........ ........... A rthur Derby Ellen Curtis ................................ Marian Frauen Willis Reynolds ......,..,.................. Dale Harris A Broadway and Hollywood success, "Junior Miss," based on Sally Benson's book, and dramatized by Jerome Chovorov and First row: Joan Gibson, Nancy Cleveland, Dick Powell, Francis Otos, Jack Jungroth, Dale Schwanz, Dolores Warner, Sylvia Man- dich. Second row: Paul Rogers, Carl Heins, Barlow Adams ..,.......... ......... P aul Rogers Western Union Boy .,.,.. ,...... J ack Jungroth Merrill Feuerbach, ...... .,..,... F rancis Otos Sterling Brown .,....,.. ....., D ale SChWanZ Albert Kunody .......... ............ B ob Baty Tommy Arbuckle ...... ,,...... D ick Powell Carl Heins Dick Laws Haskell Cummings ........,.........,..... Drew Hall Charles ........,............. Henry ..............,. t ............ ,..... Joseph Fields, was chosen for this year's annual senior play, April 30. John Liming, Dale Harris, Dick Laws, Robert Baty, Drew Hall, Art Derby, Mrs. Moody. Others: Phyllis Shepherd. A Production Stad Mr. Orville Everson .......,.................... Adviser Members of the Production Staff repair and build classroom furniture and athletic equipment, make decorative designs for First row: Kenneth Kreger, Robert Ryan, Earl McCarty, Dell Crockford, Clarence Mil- ler, Jack Trombley. Second row: Mr. Everson, Ray Richards, Bill Hamman, Neil Lyall, Rob- Peter Van Prooyen ..........,......... Shop Foreman school functions and stage settings, as well as help with the maintainance and repair of the shop machinery. ert Kammer, Louis Reymond, Pat Allen. Third row: Fred Dorsett, Charles Gibson, Peter Van Prooyen, Edward Hewitt, George Stecher, Ted Leech, Darrell Goodnight. THIRTY bnviw THE ALKI - l9-48 Auditorium Business Staff Mr. James D. Miller, Adviser Auditorium managers are appointed by the Student Council at the suggestion of the Sergeant-at-Arms, chairman of the group. They are responsible for having the audi- torium in readiness for assemblies and public First row: Gilbert Cobb, Bob Meuler, Ed Osborn, Chuck Dickinson, Jim Walling, Sec- ond rowz Mr. J. D. Miller, Bill Drury, Don performances. They work closely with the Ushers' Club at all evening performances, directing patrons and students entering the outside door. Geister, Walter Brewe, Willard Wilson, Doug Pesznecker. L Ushers, Club Mary Lou Berdinner ........ .,........,..., P resident Maxine Hollinger .,.,.............,.,.,.,.....,., Secretary The Ushers' Club is one of the largest or- ganizations in school. This year there have been seventy members. Twenty-four to thirty- six are needed to usher at evening events Grenier, Mary First grow: Anna Belle Lewis, ancy Payton, Helen Davis, Lorraine Ludwig, Verna Mae Pence, Carol Detrick, Bonnie Drury, Anne Griffin, Florence Boyd- Wolken, Ethel stun, Lucille Wolken, Lois Tews. Second row: Maxine Hollinger, Elsie Boal, Betty Ravenburg, Dena Chalquest, Jo- anne Snider, Natalie J ahraus, Martha Hedin, Dorothy Clark, Diane Adler, Lois Burnette, Ethel Ramus, Donna Waddle, Yvonne Boyer, Shirley Hopkins, Arlene Herman. Third row: Miss Ellson, Despo Koupas, Virginia Black- T1-IIRTY-EIGHT LaDonna Field ...............,.................. Custodian Miss Dunlop, Miss Ellson .................. Advisers that are sponsored by the school in our audi- torium. Because of the large membership no one girl is needed to usher at all the per- forrnances. Well, Rosalie Boley, Wanda Boyer, Nelda Erhardt, Marjorie Christiansen, Marilyn Beu- tow, Doris Jensen, Helen Mason, Beverly Wil- son, Carol Sellers, Barbara Wallis, Sheree Lance, Rosemary Gibson, Miss Dunlop. Fourth row: Mary Beth Johnson, Dorothea Anderson, Delores Price, LaDonna Field, Doris Aldridge, Peggy Frydenburg, Mary Lee Jarvis, Nona Buker, Pat Carlson, Betty Ruge, Joanne Goheen, Wanda Swaney, Dorothy Modrall, Helen Perry. - THE AILKI - 1948 Make-up Clulb Wanda VanAlstine ..... .....,...,... P resident Pat Kaufman ............, .....,. V ice President Lucille Leonard ........,......................... Secretary Each year the Make-up Club is ready to make up characters for school performances. The biggest project that the club undertakes during the year is the make-up for the vari- ous acts in the annual Vodvil. The Club mem- bers are also called on to make-up straight First row: Sylvia Mandich, Vera Koons, Letha Bergquist, Elsie Sobolewski, Lucille Leonard, Gertrude Parkhurst, Miss Evans. Second row: Wanda Van Alstine, Eleanor Sylvia Mandich ..........,... Custodian, Librarian Eleanor McCoy ........ .,.,.................,... H istorian Miss Ruby Evans ..........,,..............,. .. Adviser and character roles for the senior play and for assemblies. Under the supervision of Miss Ruby Evans, the members learn the fundamentals of ap- plying straight, old-age, and character make- up. McCoy, Eleanor Jones, Robert Mandich, Ros- ella Flagg, Rosemary Aldridge, Jennie Heigh- ton. Others: Marly Dell, Pat Kaufman, Edith Morgan, Barbara Sells. Costume Checking Committee Miss Opal Orr, Mrs. Mabel Sells, Advisers The Costume Checking Committee helped again this year to make the Vodvil a success by taking care of the 125 costumes used in various acts. They checked the costumes be- First row: Marie Ann Young, Phyllis In- nes, Rose Poe, Joyce Carter, Pat LaDouceur, Donna Ahrens, Shirley Browning, Marion Downing, Leone De Legasse, Peggy Andrews. Second row: Miss Orr, Marjorie Christian- fore and after each of the three night per- formances and the matinee. The girls also took care of any mending or pressing needed. sen, Margaret Wiese, Dorothy Thomson, J oan Alvord, Molly O'Conner, Lois Short, Mildred Johnson, Phyllis Carter, LaVesta Graves, Mrs. Sells. 'llnlwrv NINE THE ALKI - 1948 Foiiw Co um ia Lo Columbia Log, the official high school newspaper, is planned and published by an all-student staff headed by editor Janet Zaske. It is printed in the school print shop by an all-student staff. Issued every other week throughout the year to all students and faculty members, the Log is entirely supported by sale of adver- tisements. For two successive years the Columbia Log has been awarded an All-American, or su- perior, rating by the National Scholastic Press Association. It is also a member of Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for high school journalists and of the Pacific Slope Press Association. .l anet Zaske Editor-in-Chief EDITOR-IN-CHIEF--Janet Zaskeg ASSISTANT EDITOR-Marylyn Hardie. ASSOCIATE EDITORS-News: Betty Baldwin, Sylvia Mandich, Lucille Leonard, Howard DeKlotzg Features: Natalie Jahraus, Marie Sharpg Sports: Bruce Bork, Drew Hallg Exchanges: Eunice Steele, Head Proof- reader: Barbara Redenbaughg Typists: Bar- bara Adams, Margarette Taylorg Photog- raphy: Kenneth Allyng Reporters: G.A.A., LaDonna Field, Sports, Joe White, Girls, League, Betty Kahlsdorf. ADVERTISING-Virginia Stecher, Manager, Ella Mae Daniels, Mary Lou King, Carol Sellers, Anne Wondrack. Editorial SMH' First row: Barbara Adams, Sylvia Mandich, Lucille Leonard, Marylyn Hardie, Janet Zaske, Eunice Steele, Natalie Jahraus, Marie Sharp, Barbara Redenbaugli. Second row: Virginia Stecher, Ella Mae Daniels, Margarette Taylor, Betty Baldwin, Betty Kahlsdorf, LaDonna Field, Mary Lou King, Anne Wondrack, Miss Brown. Third row: Henry Maas, Joe Wliite, Drew Hall, Howard DeKlotz, Bruce Bork, Kennetli Allyn. 1D THE ALKI - 1948 1 - B The Alki Nadine Sanderson Pat Kane Editor Assistant Editor Miss Ella Wintler, Mr. D.G. Miller, Mr. E. E. Clausen, Advisers Nadine Sanderson ,.......,.. ........,............. E ditor Ellen Blackwell ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, M nsic Pat Kane .....................,.......... Assistant Editor Joe White ....,........... ,.......,, F ootball Jean Corn, Betty Dalton .,,..... Senior Editors Frank Guisness ,,,,.,, ,,..,,.,, B asketball B 1 N' h 1 ..............,...... Jsxsieystiiey if sss,,,,,s,sss,,,,,,,,s, JW ggi - aaaas v ssss Mavis Alvis nora asser .........,................ Girs At letics Shirley Sgplpomorg Editgfrs J03.l'l Gibson ....................,................................. ATT Bob Mandiph ..--A.-".4.. .-.--,-.-"---V V erna Mae Pence, Delores Kammer ., Typing Anne Griffiths ....... v........,.. U Tgamzamons Henry Maas .......,..........,..... Misc. Photography The Alki Staff presents to the students of Vancouver High School this record of activi- ties in 1947-48 and wishes them success as they "look forward" fAlkil to future achieve- ments. Senior Advisory Assistants: Vernon Lie- belt, Bonnie Durgan, Art Derby, Barbara Adams, Marylyn Hardie, Howard Pietz, Bob Little, Carolyn Herman, Betty Baldwin, Pat Hoffmeister, Harold Swayze. Editorial Staff First row: Jean Corn, Verna Mae Pence, Betty Dalton, Joan Gibson, Nadine Sanderson, Pat Kane, Shirley Browning, Joanne Staley, Mavis Alvis, Anne Griffiths. Second row: Ellen Blackwell, Henry Maas, Dick Hopkins, Frank Guisness, Joe White, Bob Munilich, Beverly Nicholas, Delores Kammer, Miss Wintler. Others: Rny Parsons, LaDonna Field. FORTY 0 N F THE ALKI - l94-8 FORTY-TWO First row: Celeste Anderson, Glenna Lenhardt, Rita Newman, Janette DuFresne, LuCella Rodway, Alice I-Ieberlein, Lois Denison, Mary Bicknell, Shirley Arbour. Second row: Mrs. Fields, Ellen Blackwell, Pat Bradley, Rita Kakela, Donna Rader, Pat Baker, Loretta Hetrick, Mary Lou Berdinner, Mrs. McCordic. Third row: Delores Kaminer, Pat Hoffmcister, Luwanna Boggs, Juanita Gamon, Norma Bedee, Mark Hardie, Herbert Runyan, Harvey Boyer, Bill Smith, Mr. Frost. Others: Vera Koons, Shirley Loeschen, Dolores Loan. Librarians Mrs. Edda McCordic, Librarian, Mrs. Phyllis Fields, Asst. Librarian The Library Assistants have as their objective giving service to the students and instructors. They keep the library in order at all times. Each attendant has duties selected from the following: helping students to find the right books and reference materials, filing cata- logue cards, typing cards and book lists, preparing new boeks for cir- culation by pasting in book pockets and by giving the covers a coat of lacquer. Book Room Clerks Mr. Clifford Frost, Adviser The Book Room Clerks check out and make a record of all text books issued to the class teachers and receive the books at the end of the course. The boys operate a "Lost and Found" department for books, notebooks, and personal belongings turned in by students who find them around the building. pr - THE AILKI M 1948 me First row: David G. Miller, Tom Herndon, Ralph Ti-enary, Karl Heimbuch, Tom Pratt, Byrl Griffin, Jim Dorr, Jim Stewart. Second row: Mr. Clausen, Don Mills, lfld Osborn, George Stecher, Carl Woodruff, John Bletli, Don Bauer, Dick Cliambers. Others: Francis Fitzgerald, Jim Hagel- ganz, Howard Pietz, Jack Riley. 0 Printers Mr. David G. Miller, Mr. E. E. Clausen, Advisers Few high schools actually print their own yearbook but at Vancouver High School The Alki is truly a product of the students. As the copy is furnished by the editorial staff, student linotypemen set it up on modern lino- types. Student hand compositors set the spe- cial headlines and then arrange the type and engravings into pages according to a pre- arranged "dummy." The pages are then printed on a modern high-speed automatic press, tended by student pressmen. After be- ing printed, the sheets are folded on a latest- type folder purchased recently by The Alki and the Columbia Log. In addition to this biggest-of-all projects undertaken by the students, they also print a yearbook for the Meadows High School and each week publish a newspaper for Vancou- ver High, Meadows High, Shumway Junior High, or McLoughlin Junior High Schools, as well as producing literally tons of printed matter each year for the Vancouver School District. Students doing all of this printing are directed by Mr. David Miller, head of the department, and Mr. E. E. Clausen, assistant. A Corner of the Print Shop Left to right: Carl Woodruff, Jim Hagelganz, Ron Jones, Ivan Maser, Byrl Griffin, John Bleth. FORTY TI-IRII THE ALKI - 1948 ' Miss von Berg's Receptionists Miss Dorothea von Berg ..........,. Dean of Girls The Senior Girls' League officers and girls chosen from the stenography classes act as receptionists in Miss von Berg's office. The girls make appointments for students to see First row: Cecilia Prevost, Sue Wondrack, Nelda Erhardt, Phyllis Shepherd, Viola Pick- ner, Pat Smith, Verna Mae Pence, Jean Corn. Second row: Miss Hall, Phyllis Sealey, Car- Miss Ruth Hall .......... Assistant Dean of Girls Miss von Berg, type letters, run errands, and do work for the Girls' League. The position of receptionist is a very responsible one and an honor to hold. melita Bonge, Joanne Sensenbrenner, Mar- jorie Preston, Eleanor Jones, Dolores War- ner, Miss von Berg. ' Oiiiice Assistants Miss Mary Williams, Adviser Under the supervision of Miss Williams, Registrar, the office assistants collect and record the attendance slips, deliver messages, and take announcements to the classrooms. First row: Miss Williams, Betty Raven- berg, Miss Campbell, Betty Dalton, Helen Rosander. Second row: Alene Turner, Mar- I ORTX FOUR They also aid Miss Williams, the secretaries, Mrs.Mary Richards and Miss Marilyn Ahr- beck, in compiling the attendance records. garette Taylor, Rosella Flagg, Miss Ahrbeck, Mrs. Richards, Shirley Jones. f THE ALKI - 1948 Red Cross Attendants Wanda Fishel .............,........ ,.,,..,....., . .. Chairman The Red Cross attendants have been trained by Miss Engebretson, the school nurse, to care for the girls who are ill. They First row: Helen Rosander, Jenny Heigh- ton, Irene Owens, Lucille Leonard, Beverly Beck, Helen Price, Jewel Nelson. Second row: Lorraine Crawford, Wanda Marshall, Jerry Berry, Shirley Sunde, LaVesta Graves, Miss Engebretson ..,......,......,.....,. School Nurse devote one period each day, performing this service very efficiently. Betty Chronis, Wanda Fishel, Barbara Adams. Third row: Marly Dell, Donna Ra- der, Adele Drew, Donna McKay, Wanda Swaney, Mary Healy, Donna Waddle, Miss Engebretson. Others: LaVerne Benusa. Locker Attendants Miss Constance Kirwin, Chairman, Miss Robinson, Miss Dunlop, Mr. Hillstrom, Mr. Wood, Advisers The Locker Attendants are stationed at tables in different sections of the halls throughout the building. Their duties are to see that all lockers are locked, to turn in First row: Natalie Jahraus, Pat Bradley, Rose Poe, Lilly Kansky, Joyce Simon,Helen Rosander, Joy Bates, Maxine Hollinger, Dena Chalquest, Betty Ravenburg, Anne Griffiths, Lois Burnett, Virginia Hughes, Charlotte Koons. Second row: Mary Leigh Johnson, Diane Alder, Wilma Westendorf, Barbara Voltz, Lois Brewe, Susan Start, Pat Carlson, Joanne Goheen, Delores Kammer, Viola Pickner, Lois Denison, Helen Perry, articles left on top of lockers to the Lost and Found department, and to collect per- mits from all students wishing to open their lockers during class time. Miss Kirwin. Third row: LaDonna Field, Peggy Tully, Beverly Golmis, Doris Kennedy, Bob Fenske, Dale Dahlquist, Drew Hall, Boyd Dewey, Gerry Ludeman, Vernon Wennhold, Joe Gates, Charles Gustafson, Arthur Maki, Johnny Arbour. Forth row: Walter Yost, Veron Perry, Stanley Morrow, Richard Moll, Carl Heins, Ernest Prater, George Goddard, Dick Laws, Douglas Webb, James Rice, Bob Noak, Clarence Nelson. FORTY 1 IVE THE Al,Kl '- l94S Quill and Scroll '--The Quill and Scroll is an international honorary ,society for high school journalists. To be eligible students must be Juniors or Seniors in the upper third of their class scholastically, must have done superior work in journalism, and must have approximately one hundred inches of writing published. Each member is awarded a certificate of membership and a pin. First row: Miss Brown, Janet Zaske, Bruce Bork, Drew Hall, Betty Baldwin, Marylyn Hardie, Barbara Redenbaugh. Future llomemalxers of America A Barbara Sells ..... .......................... P resident Audrey Garner ...... ..... V ice President Nona Buker ................................,....... Secretary Evelyn Gray ........................................ Treasurer The Future Home Makers of America is a national organization of girls who are en- rolled in Home Economics or who have com- pleted one semester of Home Economics. The purposes of the club are to further an interest in home economics, develop good school and home citizenship, and promote international good will. In addition to social meetings the club had two interesting guest speakers. As an important project the club has sent pack- ages to their adopted French girl and has corresponded with her. Foqry SIX Lenna Storey .................... Publicity Chairman LaVesta Graves ................ Projects Chairman Charmaine Reymond ............ Parlimentarian Wilma Westendorf ........ Degrees Chairman First row: Jean Corn, Betty Dalton, Wan- da Marshall, Darlene Marshall, Donna Wad- del, Lucille Leonard, Florence Boydstun, Barbara Sells, Marie Ann Young. Second row: Joanne Chronis, Dixie Gaither, Delores Willis, Wilma Westendorf, Eva Condit, Pat Kane, Peggy Frydenburg, Faye Nelson, Helen Perry. Third row: Charmaine Rey- mond, Mary Healy, Nona Buker, Audrey Garner, Evelyn Gray, Wanda Swaney, Mil- dred Johnson, Mrs. Kuhn. Others: Kathleen McLaughlin, Karen Smith, Lenna Story, La- Vesta Graves. -- W ml-f--- THE ALKI - 1948 Future Teachers of America Glenn Denny ...., ,..,............... A .... P resident Marley Dell ....,...............,.,...,..... Vice President The purpose of F.T.A. is to give those in- terested in teaching a chance to learn the fundamentals of education. With this back- ground they are able to decide whether or not they are suited to that profession. Through debates and panel discussions ques- First row: Pat Smith, Jat Jones, Betty Chronis, Marly Dell, Phyllis Sealey, Sue Wondrack, Barbara Sells. Second row: Mr. Phyllis Sealey ..,......... ...,.......... S ecretary Mr. Louis Barter ..........,......................... Adviser tions about progressive and traditional edu- cation are answered. Many members get actual teaching experience in the grade schools under the supervision of the home room teacher. Barter, Shirley Jones, Mary Lou Berdinner, Susan Start, Pat Preston, Lila Weeks, Nata- lie Jahraus. Others: Joanne Sensenbrenner. Future Farmers of America Mr. Milton Scott, Arviser Bob Cook ............,..,... ................. P resident Vinton Erickson ....... ....... V ice President Walter Yost ........... .........,.,. S ceretary Pete Cabiale ,..... ...., ......... T r easurer Fred DeGrande .,...... ........ R eporter Roy Stutzer .....,..................,................... Sentinel The Future Farmers of America sponsors livestock judging, forage crop judging, potato judging contests and poultry shows. At present they have experimental forestry and forage crop projects. First row: Walter Yost, Bill Pepper, Del Crockford, Ray Parsons, Vinton Erickson, Bob Buker, Bob Cook, Pat Allen, Edwin Bob Cook ........ ............... P resident Bob Buker .......... .,.... V ice President Walter Yost ...... ........... S ecretary Pete Cabiale ...... ....... T reasurer Glenn Hecker ....... ....., R eporter Roy Stutzer .............,..........,..............,.... Sentinel Sharp, Jim Folck, Don Benjamin. Second row: Junior Schmelzer, Lloyd Robinson, Gordon Bower, Bob Noce, Bob Barnhill, Floyd Robinson, Carl Radliff, Pete Lindgren, Don Lineham, Mr. Milton Scott, Third row: Zane Miller, Bill Cox, Francis Charlesworth, Don Nelson, George Sundem, Ray Vance, Pat Hart, Alvin Stutzer, Jim Stockton. Others: Roy Stutzer, Leonard Sayre, Fred DeGrande. FORTY SEVEN THE ALKI - 1948 French Club Miss Ruth Hall, Ad'U'iS87" Betty Chronis .,...... ................. P resident Jean Lowman ........ ..,.... V ice President Cecilia Prevost ............. ,...... ............. S e cretary Dolores Warner ..,.. . ..........,.,.,............. Treasurer The club was organized to improve the students' use of French as well as to acquaint them with modern France and its customs. They have entertained French people and First row: Cecilia Prevost, Lila Weeks, Joan Alvord, Dolores Warner, Betty Chronis, June Dacus, Barbara Redenbaugh. Second Howard DeKlotz .....,,. ...,.......... P resident Betty Chronis .......... ..... V ice President June Dacus .,.,...................................... Secretary Jean Lowman ..,,.................,.........,.... Treasurer speakers. Their major project this year has been the "package adoption" of a French girl, Bernadette Ardouin. row: Miss Hall, Pat Schultz, Richard Gibson, Jack Finley, Howard DeKlotz, Jean Lowman. Drama Club Bill Drury ,..,... .,.,..,,......... P resident Mark Hardie ,,.... ........ V ice President Donna Stowell .,.,...............,..............,. Secretary The Drama Club, chosen on the basis of ability, presented two original plays "Red Crepe Paper" and "Look Who's Dreaming." First row: Ann McGilchrist, Despo Koupas, Sylvia Mandich, Joan Keyser, Loris Loree, Virginia Blackwell, Betty Chronis, JoAnne Pendergraft, Rozina Record. Second row: 1 QRTY EIGHT Chuck Harris ............................ Stage Manager Bob Crockford ........ Assistant Stage Manager Mrs. Helen Moody ........................,....... Adviser Mary Ann LeBouef, Lois Burnett, Doris Drake, Jean Christensen, Dorothea Anderson, Char- lotte Swan, Donna Stowell, Jenny Bobst. Third row: Mark Hardie, Bill Drury, Chuck Harris, Ed Hewitt, Don Baker, Jim Martin, Bob Crockford, Mrs. Moody. Others: Betty Gwynne, Beverly Nicholas. THE ALKI - 1948 Triad Mrs. Isabelle Kitrina, Adviser LeRoy Graham ,...... .....,..,...... P resident Dale Harris ........,..,.... ...... V ice President Nadine Sanderson ...... ............ S ecretary Nan Cleveland ................................ Treasurer Don Baker .....,....,,................................ Reporter The purpose of Triads is to stimulate in- terest in art. Each year the Triads purchase one good original oil painting to present to the Student Body. First row: Pat McDunn, Carol Sellers, Wanda Van Alstine, Margaret Lamb, Molly Browne, Rose Poe, Joan Gibson, Dorothy Franz, Jenny Bobst, Janet Huff. Second row: Susan Fitzgerald, Letha Bergquist, Pat Schultz, Pat Bramble, Beverly Wilson, Mary Molly Browne ......... ,..,,..,...,..,., P resident Ronnie Knauss .......,... ....... V ice President Wanda Van Alstine ,,.,... .............. S ecretary Pat Bramble .,...,.,...,.,.....,.,.......,...... Treasurer Rose Poe ...........,.......,....,..,.................... Reporter Lou Berdinner, Joanne Sensenbrenner, Pat Huber, Nan Cleveland, Charlene Davis, June cunningham, Mrs. Kitrina. Third row: Bev- erly Golmis, Sharon Cooke, Leatha Brown, Art Derby, Ron Knauss, Dale Harris, LeRoy Graham, Paul Rogers, Willard Wilson, Bar- bara McAllister, Nadine Sanderson. Others: Evelyn Einspahr, Ann Hallowell, Merle Hartley, Pat Knight, Mickey Nelson, Dolores Silva, Joan Stark. Spanish Club , Miss Lucile Robinson, Adviser Adele Drew ............ .............., P resident Ernestine Sexton ...,...,,,..,,...,,. Vice President Vida Faye Watson ............................ Secretary Un Poco de Todo" CA Little of Alll gives its members, who must have had a year of Span- ish or the equivalent, a chance to use and improve their Spanish at meetings, conver- First row: Ellen Blackwell, Natalie Jah- raus, Jolene Bishoprick, Glenda Cotton, Er- nestine Sexton. Second row: Miss Robinson, Carolyn Herman ........ ......,.,.,..,.l, P resident Molly O'C0nner ..............,,.....,.. Vice President Glenda Cotton ...............,.................,., Secretary sing, playing games, and singing. During Pan-Americna week the club sponsors a fiesta. Molly O'Conner, Donna McKay, Adele Drew, Carolyn Herman. FOR1 Y Nmii THE ALKI - l948 FIFTY- Business Club Mr. James D. Miller, Adviser Betty Kuhnke .............. ...............,... P resident Dorothy Modrall ...................... Vice President The Retailers' Club, an affiliate of the Washington Retailers' Club and the Distribu- tive Clubs of America, is composed of all the students taking retail training. First row: Fern Gibbs, Arlene Herman, Eileen LaDouceur, Irene Owings, Delores Foster, Lou Jean Stevens, Vera Koons, Billie Billie Jean Clauson ....,.. ..... S ecretary Mary Dodd .......................,................ Treasurer Jean Clauson, Betty Wiggins. Second row: Phyllis Innes, Yvonne Boyer, Wanda Boyer, Gerry Belcher, Mildred Johnson, Rosemary Gibson, Mary Dodd, Mary Wyatt, Alene Tur- ner, Ethel Bleth. Third row: Mr. Miller, Betty Kuhnke, Vern Liebelt, Charles Dickin- son, George White, Joe Dye, Mary Lee Jar- vis, Betty Ruge, Dorothy Modrall. J Rifle Club Mr. Lester Long, Adviser John Liming ..... ............... P resident Larry Smith ....................,..,...... Vice President Membership in the Rifle Club was limited to Junior and Senior boys interested in marksmanship and in the proper handling of rifles. Prone and sitting positions are the only two positions stressed in our club be- First row: Dick Powell, Dale Dahlquist, Kenneth Porter, Joe White, Howard Terpen- ning, LeRoy Johnson, Pat Allen, Richard Landis. Second row: Bob Barnett, John Lim- Ed Osborn ........ ...... S ecretary Bob Barnett ........................................ Treasurer cause of the limited range facilities. Pat Al- len shot the highest score during the year with a 983 but Louis Prediletto won the club trophy for the second consecutive year with an average of 95. ing, Larry Smith, Jack Finley, Walt Brewe, Bill Bokemeier, Jack Riley, Mr. Long. Oth- ers: Louis Prediletto, Ed Osborn, Ralph Tre- nary. F E-11. Classes as-R---M THE Arm - 1948 lass of 948 Miss Irma Martin, Head Adviser Class Colors Blue and Gold Class Omcers - John Liming Lorraine Peterson Presidem Joanne Sensenbrenner Vice President R Secretary FIRST SEMESTER PRESIDENT Bob Barnett ........ Jenny Bobst ............ Vinton Erickson . ,..... Barbara Sells ......,.... Marylyn Hardie ....... Lee Tribble .......,...... Maurice Evans ...... Pat Kane ,............. Cecilia Prevost .. Carolyn Herman Dale Beacock ..,.., Advisory Group Officers SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT Robert Hedge Irene Drew Ted Tamis Wanda Fishel ,. Luwanna Boggs ...... . Howard Terpenning Fred Ehlers .. Pat Hoffmeister ...... . DeMaris Ness Lila Weeks Gerrit Elsinga ..... ADVISER Mr. Barter Miss Evans .. Mr. Everson .. Miss Frazer Miss Hall Mr. Hillstrom Mr. Long .. Miss Martin Miss Orr Miss Wieseke Miss Wintler FJFTY ONE THE ALKI - 1948 FrF:rY-TWU ' Commencement Speakers Helmuth Slemer ...... ..,..........................AA....,.,.............- ------A------,------------4-- V fl l6dwf01'10m Marjorie Preston .,... Art Derby ..,..,.,... Faculty Representative Class Representative Honor Roll Siemer, Helmuth-Valedictorian Preston, Marjorie-Salutatoriom Swayze, Harold Sanderson, Nadine Poe, Rose Gibson, Joan Prevost, Cecilia Pence, Verna Mae McKay, Donna Watson, Lydia Jahraus, Natalie Adams, Barbara Little, Robert Nevitt, Kay Dunn, Dorothy Loan, Dolores Warner, Dolores Start, Susan Kane, Pat Gibbs, Fern Wondrack, Sue Baldwin, Betty Derby, Art Mandich, Sylvia Durgan, Bonnie Rice, James Rogoway, Jack Holton, Myrna Severson, Lorraine Gilmore, James Corn, Jean Bauer, Donald Jones Eleanor Dalton, Betty Dick, Kenneth Erhardt, Nelda Hardie, Marylyn Lamb, Margaret Schultz, Patricia Shepherd, Phyllis Baker, Donald Fitzgerald, Francis Leahy, Sid Zaske, Janet Adams, Barbara Joan Big Sister, President Advisory, Office Assistant Miss Williams, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, Assemblies, Typist Log, Sopho- more Choir, Orchestra, District Music Meet. Clubs: G.A.A., In- ternational, Drama, F.T.A. Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom, Home- coming. Allen, Patrick C. Rifle Club. Anderson, Gary Gene Mixed Choir. Archer, Albert Keith Locker Monitor, Rifle Club. Baker, James W. Secretary Advisory Group, Vod- vil, Boys' Quartette, "B" Foot- ball Squad. Committees: Home- coming, Christmas Ball. Baldwin, Betty Joan Big Sister, Vodvil, Assemblies, Reporter, Feature Writer, Proofreader, News Editor Log. Clubs: G.A.A., Quill and Scroll. Committees: Homecoming, Christmas Ball. Albertson, Dorothy Ella J. Triads. Committees: Christmas Ball, Junior-Senior Prom. Anderson, Celeste Adele Big Sister, Vice President Ad- visory, Library Assistant, Of- fice Assistant Miss von Berg, Assemblies, Treble Clef, Sopho- more Choirs, District Music Meet, Secretary Girls' Chorus. International Club. Commit- tees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom. Arbour, Shirley Ann Big Sister, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory, Locker Monitor, Vod- vil, Assemblies, a Cappella Choir, Orchestra, District Mu- sic Meet, Northwest Music Con- ference, Seattle. Baker, Donald Gene Secretary Advisory Group, Art Editor Alki, Honor Dramatics, President, Reporter Triads. Jun- ior-Senior Prom Committee. Baker, Patricia Louise Salesgirl Advisory, Library As- sistant, Locker Monitor. Barbeau, Margaret Louise Sophomore Choir, District Mus- ic Meet. FIFTY-THREE Barkley, Jim H. Baty, Robert Fredrick Senior Play. Beacock, Dale D. President, Salesman Advisory: Vodvilg KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Boys' Choir: Band: District Music Meet: Clarinet Quartetteg Christmas Ball Com- mittee. Belongia, Lillian Josephine Sophomore Choir: Mixed Choir. Berdinner, Mary Luciel Salesgirl Advisory 5 Library As- sistant. Clubs: G.A.A.g Triadsg President Ushers'g Historian F.T.A. Bickle, Clara Bell Orchestra. FIFTY-FOUR Barnett, John Robert Secretary Boys' League: Presi- dent, Vice President Advisory' Vodvilg Assemblies: Boys Choir 5 District Music Meet, "B" Football Squad: Track. Clubs: Lettermen's: Treasurer Rifle. Bauer, Donald Edward Printing Log, Alki. Belcher, Delphia Geraldine Vodvilg Orchestra: District Mu- sic Meet. Committees: Junior- Senior Prom: Homecoming. Benusa, Laverne Jane Vice President Advisory: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Lock- er Monitor: Vodvilg KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies, Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: G.L. Mix Committee. Clubs: G.A.A.g O.G.A. Berry, Geraldine Mae Big Sister: Vice President, Sec- retary Advisory: Red Cross At- tendant: Vodvil. Clubs: F.T.A. Blackwell, Ellen Big Sister: Library Assistant: Vodvil: Assemblies, Music Edi- tor Alkig Treble Clef, Librarian a Cappella Choir: District Mu- sic Meet. Clubs: G.A.A.: Make- up: International: Spanish. Bleth, Ethel Nell Red Cross Attendantg Vodvil: Assemblies. Clubs: Make-upg G.A.A. Committees: G.L. Mix. Boal, Basil Kenneth Vodvilg a Cappella Choir: Rifle Club. Bobst, Genevieve Linn President, Vice President Advi- soryg Library Assistant: Vod- vilg Assemblies 5 Treble Clef Choir: District Music Meet: Committees: Junior - Senior Prom. Clubs: Honor Dramatics. Bokemeier, William Samuel Track. Clubs: Rifle. Bork, Bruce Allan Vice President, Salesman Ad- visory: Vodvil: Sports Editor Log: Boys', a -Cappella Choirs: Band: Orchestra: District Mu- sic Meet. Clubs: Quill and Scroll: Rifle. Bower, Mitchell George Bleth, John J. Printing Alki, Logg Boys' Choir. Boal, Jessie Cleora Red Cross Attendant: Assem- blies: Sophomore, Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: District Mu- sic Meet. Boggs, Luvvanna Lee Big Sister: President, Vice Pres- ident Advisoryg Library Assist- ant: Vodvilg Assembliesg Or- chestra: District Music Meet. Clubs: G.A.A.: Make-up. Com- mittees: Tolo. Bonge, Carmelita Ruth Secretary Advisory: Assem- blies: Secretary Treble Clef Choir: District Music Meet. Bottemiller, Maurice E. Salesman Advisory: Baseball. Clubs: Lettermen's. Boyer, Wanda Joanne Vodvilg Assemblies. Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls', Ushers'. Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecom- mg. FIFTY-FNB THE ALKI - 1948 Boyer, Yvonne Marie Vice President Advisory: Vod- vil: P.E. Assistant: Clubs: G. A. A., Lettergirls', Ushers: Committees: G.L. Mix, Home- coming. Brewe, Walter Edward Vice President, Salesman Ad- visory: Boys' Choir: District Music Meet: Auditorium Mana- ger: Clubs: Sergeant-at-Arms Rifle Club. Browne, Molly Lee Library Assistant: President Triad. Campbell, Mural Francis Christopherson, Lucille E. Big Sister: Vodvil: KVAN Ra- dio Program: Assemblies: Tre- ble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: Sextette: Accompanist: District Music Meet: Associate Editor Log: Clubs: Q-uill and Scroll: Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior- Senior Prom, Homecoming. Clauson, Billie Jean Big Sister: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Assemblies: P.E. Assistant: Clubs: G.A.A., Ushers, Secretary Retail Club: Committees: Homecoming. FXFTY-SIX Bradley, Patricia June First Vice President Student Body: Big Sister: President, Secretary Advisory: Library Assistant: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Delegate S.W.W. Con- ference: Clubs: Ushers': Com- mittees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior- Senior Prom. Brewer, Maida Charlene Ushers' Club. Byes, Rose Ann Christensen, Frances Irene Secretary Advisory: Sopho- more, Treble Clef Choirs, Li- brarian Treble Clef: District Music Meet: Committees: G.L. 1x. Chronis, Betty D. Assemblies: Clubs: Internation- al, Drama, President, Vice President French club: Com- mittees: G.L. Mix, Costume. Clayton, Joanne Ethel Big Sister: Salesgirl Advisory: Assemblies: Sophomore Choir. THE ALKI - 1948 Cleveland, Nancy Anne Vice President, Salesgirl Advi- sory: Vodvil: Assemblies: a Cappella Choir: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A., Treasurer, Reporter, Secretary Triads: Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior- Senior Prom, Homecoming, Christmas Ball. Cook, Robert Harry Secretary Advisory: President F.F.A. Cox, Milton R. President, Salesman Advisory Group: Vodvil: Assemblies: Committees: Junior-Senior Prom. Crockford, William Dell Locker Monitor: "B" Football Squad: Varsity Football: Clubs: F.F.A., Lettermen's. Cunningham, June Laree Big Sister: Vodvil: Assemblies: Sophomore, Treble Clef Choirs: Clubs: Triads: Committees: G.L. Mix. Dalton, Betty Lou Big Sister: Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory: Office As- sistant Miss Williams: Red Cross Attendant: Vodvil: As- semblies: Senior Editor Alki: Clubs: G.A.A., Ushers', F.H.A.: Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior- Senior Prom. : l l 1 15- ,..f M l' ,?" A ,, -.-..., .,,., , V I ,,:.E. ,... 5. Coleman, John Duane Track. Corn, Bonnie Jean Big Sister: President Advisory: Library Assistant: Office As- sistant Miss von Berg: Assem- blies: Vodvil: Senior Editor Alki: Clubs: G.A.A., Ushers, F.H.A.: Committees: Tolo, G.L. Conference, Junior-Senior Prom. Crawford, Lorraine Lucille Big Sister: Secretary Sopho- more Class: President, Sales- girl Advisory Group: Red Cross Attendant: Vodvil: Sophomore, a Cappella Choirs: District Mu- sic Meet: Delegate to S.W.W. G.L. Conference. Clubs: G.A.A. Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior- Senior Prom: Treasurer a Cappella. Crossen, LaVerne Dahlquist, Marvin Dale Vice President Advisory Group: Locker Monitor: Clubs: Rifle. Daugherty, Beatrice Mae Secretary Advisory. FIFTY-SEVEN THE ALKI - 1948 Davis, Elaine Big Sister: Vodvilg Assemblies, Clubs: G.A.A., Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom, G.L. Conference. DeGrande, Fred Printer Log and Alki. Dell, Marlys Secretary Advisory: Red Cross Attendant, Vodvilg Sophomore, Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: Clubs: G.A.A., Make-up, Vice President F.T.A. Denny, Glenn Allen , President F.T.A. Dewey, Boyd Earl President Advisory: Locker Lieutenant: Vodvilg KVAN Ra- dio Programg Assemblies, Sophomore, a Cappella Choirs: Clubs: Rifle: District Music Meet. Dickinson, Charles W. Auditorium Manager, Clubs: Retail Selling. FIFTY-EIGHT v .ww 1 smut sys. 1 Q ,ss iii: 'if ' M fsssgfwe I . 2 :zfif:'z:g3 - 2 ,. ,asf-if-gg , : :-ei: 3534, Q. - :sr-'H 4. . f . 5 .. Q A Zg5igg, I:.a.-22:24:22 :Eg gy t . J 535: . Qihiwii 7 52 ..:5:V:f,? " . 7 wwffziitif .ssgsii is .,:s:.g., Zfzgifiggz silk. 2:--:2::: '- "" iiikiiiit :max :fig Jr 'fY3y3SiskEZxs,.ZQ " ,ZZKIESEQQ QQ ' xm?xE.sSw,,-m,w.ww, ...w...,,.,..s , , l , f l , .Q if DeClark, Ronald Richard Track, Lettermen's Club. DeKlotz, Howard Wayne Secretary Advisory, News Edi- tor Log: a Cappella Choir: Clubs: Triads, President, Vice President French Club. Denison, Lois Jean Library Assistant: Red Cross Attendant: Locker Monitorg Clubs: Ushers. Derby, Arthur Elliot Locker Monitor: Assemblies: Clubs: Triads. Dick, Kenneth David Dodd, Mary Helen Big Sister 3 President, Secretary Advisory: Assemblies: Clubs: G.A.A., Treasurer Retail Selling Club: Committees: G.L. Tolo, Homecoming. Donahoo, Geraldine Hope Clubs: G.A.A., Ushers', Drama. Committees: Homecoming. Drury, William Almon Salesman Advisory: Vodvil As semblies: Boys' Choir District Music Meet. Clubs' President Drama. 5 ,-", ,.. - ' 'EZ ' Dunn, Dorothy Anne Big Sister: Vice President, Sec- retary, Salesgirl Advisory: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Assem- blies: Orchestra: String Quar- tette: District Music Meet. Clubs: G.A.A.: Committees: Junior-Senior Prom. Dye, Joe William Vice President, Secretary, Sales- man Advisory: Vodvil: Assem- blies: Boys', a Cappella Choirs: District Music Meet. Clubs: Tri- ads. Committees: Homecoming. Edwards, Earl Preston Ehrhardt, Shirley Mae President, Secretary Advisory: Vodvil: Assemblies: Sopho- more, a Cappella Choirs. Clubs: O.G.A.: Ushers'. President Advisory. Commit- tees: Tolo. Drew, Alice Irene 5 v DuFresne, Janette May Big Sister: President, Salesgirl Advisory: Library Assistant: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Assem- blies: Band: Orchestra: String Quartette: District Music Meet: Corresponding Secretary Band. Committee: G.L. Mix. Durgan, Bonnie Norine Big Sister: President, Vice President Advisory: Vodvil: As- semblies: Librarian Orchestra: District Music Meet: N.W. Mu- sic Conference: String Trio. Committees: Tolo. Eder, Dorothy Marie Big Sister. Clubs: G.A.A. Com- mittees: Junior-Senior Prom: Christmas Ball. Ehlers, Fred E. P re sid ent Advisory: Locker Monitor. Einspahr, Evelyn Vodvil. Clubs: Triads. FIFTY-NINE THE ALKI - 1948 Ellison, Sterling Charles Locker Monitor, "B" Football Squad. Clubs: Rifle. Erhardt, Nelda Louise Big Sisterg Vice President Ad- visory, Office Assistant Miss Williams, Miss von Bergg Red Cross Attendant, .Locker Moni- torg Vodvil. Clubs: O.G.A.g Us- hers'. Evans, Clarence Maurice President, Vice President, Sec- retary Advisory. iiai a i gg Fenske, Robert Dale KIVP Locker Monitor. t t-.- vilz: H, - , Fishel, Wanda June Big Sisterg President, Secre- tary, Salesgirl Advisoryg Red Cross Attendantg Red Cross Chairman 5 Vodvilg Sophomore Choir, Alumni Secretary a Cap- pella Choirg District Music Meet. Committees: Tolo, Home- coming. Flagg, Rosella Norene Big Sister, Salesgirl Advisoryg Library Assistant, Office As- sistant Miss Williams, Locker Monitor, Vodvilg Assemblies. Clubs: G.A.A., Make-up, Us- hers'. Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Tolo. SIXTY " "'-Z iQI5Q1Q'.I:-,'- Elsinga, Gerrit William President, Vice President, Sec- retary, Salesman Advisoryg Vodvilg Assemblies. Erickson, Vinton Douglas President Advisory, Assem- bliesg Sophomore, a Cappella Choirs, District Music Meet. Clubs: Vice President F.F.A. Evans, DeEtta June Finley, Jack Calvin Baseball. Clubs: Rifle, French. Fitzgerald, Francis Wayne Printing Log, Alki. Flatla, Mona V. Salesgirl Advisory. Commit- tees: G.L. Mix. THE ALKI - 1948 Fleger, William Martin Jr. Printing Log and Alkig Base- ball. Foster, Delores Dorraine Vodvil' Committees: G.L. Mix , , Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom,Home- comingg Clubs: Triads. Franz, Dorothy Mae Big Sisterg Secretary Advisory Vodvilg KVAN Radio Program Assembliesg Clubs: Triads Committees: G.L. Mix, Toloi Junior-Senior Prom, Homecom- ingg Song Leader. Frydenberg, Margaret Gae LockerAMonitorg Vodvilg Assem- bliesg Clubs: O.G.A., Ushers', F.H.A. Gaither, Rae Kathyrn Gaub, Deloris Anna Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: District Music Meet. in ' ,' .:" ' E 'Q if, . V' my-: : , . Y' izigrz' " if f li.. -. Wi I is - :,: -5:g:-'- -gy , -3, Q , ggzlgl ' -,512 L , '4 ,Q . , sg .-I'-E1I.f5Yi7:,. ' UM- 3' f w "1 A -'5" -fi :- az.-.rw evi l- . ...S f 2' Q awarfztzszzze M gwpffagtf QQPMWWN . ff. SZEQSBYSEZ' " ' ' K ,. ,.,.,, f - ig 5:5 f -5 - V A tg? l if ,' ff? -:,gzj::T'??Ef , ' ' ' 3 -"" f ,. .Jlyifagf . lziiwvli 2' Q , Folck, James Lyman Fountain, Mary Elizabeth Salesgirl Advisoryg Triads. Frauen, Marian Irene Senior Play. Gaither, Dixie Ruth Salesgirl Advisory, Treble Clef Choirg District Music Meetg Clubs: Camera, G.A.A., F.H.A.g Committees: Costume, Junior- Senior Prom. Gates, Joseph Martin Secretary Advisoryg Locker Monitorg Vodvilg Committees: Junior-Senior Prom. Gard, Anita Jeanne F.H.A.3 Costume Committee. SIXTY-ONE THE ALKI - 1948 Geister, Donald Lee Assemblies, Band, District Mu- sic Meet, "B" Football Squad, Track, Auditorium Manager. Gibson, Charles A. President, Vice President, Sales- man Advisory, Spanish Club. Gibson, Joan Eleanor Delegate Girls' State, Big Sis- ter, Vodvil, Stage, Sound, Pro- jection Crews, KVAN Radio Programs, Assemblies, Art Ed- itor A1ki, Librarian Band, Orchestra, District Music Meet, Flute Trio and Quartet, Com- mittees: G.L. Mix, Junior:Sen- ior Prom, Clubs: G.A.A., Trlads, Senior Play. Gilmour, James Fredrick Goedert, Lois Ann Goodnight, Darrel Wesley Production Shop, Triads. SIXTY-TWO Gibbs, Fern Aileen Gibson, Donald Otis Gibson, Rosemary E. Big Sister, Locker Monitor, P.E. Assistant, Committees: G.L. Mix, Homecoming, Clubs: G.A.A., Vice President Letter- girls, Ushers. Goddard, George William Locker Monitor, Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Band, Orches- tra, District Music Meet. Goheen, Joanne Amy Locker Monitor, Ushers' Club. Goodwin, Howard Orton Locker Monitor. THE ALKI - 1948 Graham, LeRoy A. War Bond Staff, Salesman Ad- visory, Vodvil, Assemblies, Committees: Homecoming, Clubs: President,Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Triads. Gray, Evelyn Joann Locker Monitor, Sophomore Treble Clef Choirs, District Mu-' sic Meet' Committees: G.L. Mix Costume, Clubs: G.A.A., Treas: urer F.H.A. Green, Richard R. Band, District Music Meet. Gwynne, Betty Vice President Advisory, Vodvil , Assemblies, Treble Clef, a Cap- pella Choirs, Drama Club. Haley, Martin Lowell Vodvil, Assemblies, Sophomore a Cappella Choir, District Mu- sic Meet. Hall, William Andrew President, Salesman Advisory, Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Assemblies, Feature Editor, Re- porter Log, Band,District Music Meet. Graves, LaVesta Mae Salesgirl Advisory, Red Cross Attendant, Band, Committees: Costume, Clubs: F.H.A. Green, Kathleen Ann Vice President, Salesgirl Ad- visory, Vodvil, Assemblies, Committees: Homecoming, Jun- ior-Senior Prom, Clubs: G.A.A. Guisness, Frank Steven President, Secretary Advisory, ir Basketball Editor Alki, "A" Squad Basketball, Track, Base- , Tb ,357 ball, Lettermen's Club. Hagelganz, James Warren Secretary, Salesman Advisory, Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Assemblies, Boys' Choir, Presi- dent, Sergeant-at-Arms a Cap- pella Choir, Boys' Quartette, District Music Meet, "B" Squad Football, Varsity Football, "B" Squad Basketball, Track, Clubs: Lettermen's. Hall, Donna Marie 2nd Vice President Student Body, Big Sister, Secretary Jun- ior Class, President, Vice Presi- dent Advisory, Delegate to S.W.W. Girls' League Confer- ence, Clubs: Triads, Commit- tees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. Hallowell, Carol Ann Big Sister, Secretary Advisory, Vodvil, Assemblies, Treasurer Treble Clef, a Cappella, District Music Meet, Clubs: Triads, Committees: G.L. Mix, Home- coming. SIXTY-THREE Hamblen, Earl Ralph Vodvilg Assemblies: Sopho- , more, a Cappella Choirs: Sports 'A "" 'i it Manager Football. Hanes, Jerry Alvin Locker Monitor. Hardie, Marylyn Louise Big Sister: President Advisory: Junior Co-Editor Alkig Assist- ant Editor, News Editor Log Committees: G.L. Mix. Harne, Gertrude. Ann Vice President, Secretary Ad- visory: Red Cross Attendant. Harris, Lyle Gordon Locker Monitor: Varsity Foot- ball: Baseball: Clubs: Letter- men's. Haworth, Betty Lee Vodvil: Assemblies: Orchestra. SIXTY-FOUR r Hancuff, John Carl Secretary Boys' League: Presi- dent Sophomore Classg Presi- dent, Vice President, Secretary Advisory: Vodvilg KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Sopho- more Choir: a Cappella Choir: Boys' Quartetteg Band: Orches- tra: District Music Meet: Drum Trio: Track: Clubs: Letter- men's. Committees: Junior- Senior Prom, Banquet Steward. Hansen, Glenn Ervin Harmala, Willis N. Harris, Dale Arthur Vice President, Salesman, Ad- visory: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Sopho- more Ch-oirg Robe Custodian a Cappella Choir: Boys' Quar- tette: Band: District Music Meet: Tennis: Clubs: Vice President Triads: International: Banquet Stewards. Committees: Junior-Senior Prom: Home- coming: Senior Play. Hastings, Sanford William 2nd Vice President Boys' League: President, Vice Presi- dent Advisory: Vodvil. Commit- tees: Junior-Senior Prom. Hazelwood, Shirley Lucille Vice President, Salesgirl Ad- visory: Vodvil: Sophomore Choir. Clubs: Make-up: Com- mittees: G.L. Mix. THE ALKI - 1948 Heberlein, Wilma Alice Big Sister: Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory: Library Assistant: Vodvil: Assemblies: Band: Or- chestra: Brass Quartette: Brass Ensemble: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom. Hedin, Adele G. Treble Clef Choir. Heimbuch, Karl Secretary Advisory: Printer Log, Alki: Track. Henderson, Carol Mae Big Sister: President, Secretary Advisory: Assemblies: Treble Clef Choir: Committees: G.L. Mix. Herman, Carolyn Jean Big Sister: President, Secretary Advisory: Cafeteria Cashier: Vodvil Assemblies: Sophomore, a Cappella Choirs: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergir1s', President Spanish: Committees: G.L. Mix: To1o: Junior-Senior Prom: Homecom- 1ng. Hoffmeister, Patricia Anne Big Sister: President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory: Library Assistant: Clubs: Let- tergirls, G.A.A.: Committees: Tolo. haw' Q S 221:43 -:g,:eg., -I - V . 1 L t , , , ,....,V . , 4 V, .,:.. 5 Hedge, Robert Dale President Advisory: Vodvil: Stage Crew: Sound Crew. Heermann, Eva Mary Office Assistant Miss Williams: Red Cross Attendant: Treble Clef Choir: Clubs: G.A.A.: Com- mittees: Costume. Heins, Carl T. Sergeant-at-Arms Boys' League : President Advisory: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Assemblies: Vice President Band: Orchestra: Brass Quartette: District Music Meet: Committees: Homecom- ing: Senior Play. Herman, Arlene Jean Locker Monitor: Clubs: Ushers'. Q Hetrick, Loretta Joyce Big Sister: Library Assistant: Vodvil: Assemblies: Band: Orchestra: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A.: Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom. Hollinger, Evelyn Maxine Big Sister: Secretary Advisory: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Clubs: Secretary Ushers' Club. SIXTY-FIVE THE ALKI - 1948 l Holtan, Myrna Louise Secretary Advisory: Locker Monitor: Band: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A., O.G.A., Rug Cutters: Committees: Jun- ior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. Hunter, George Wayne Jahraus, Natalie Joan Big Sister: Locker Monitor: Feature Editor Log: Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls', Ushers'. Spanish, F.T.A. J irmasek, Howard Dale Sports Manager: Clubs: Letter- men's. Johnson, Mildred Louise Sophomore Choir: Clubs: G.A.A., F.T.A.: Committees: Costume, Homecoming. Jones, Myrten Maynard President, Vice President, Salesman Advisory: Track. SIXTY-SIX Huber, Patricia Jo Vice President Advisory: Li- brary Assistant: Vodvil: As- semblies: Clubs: O.G.A., Tri- ads: Committees: G.L. Mix. Innes, Phyllis Joy Costume Committee. Jarvis, Mary Lee Salesgirl Advisory: Cafeteria Cashier: Clubs: G.A.A., Letter- girls', Ushers'. Johnson, Mary Leigh Big Sister: Secretary Advisory: Locker Monitor: Assemblies: Treble Clef Choir: District Mu- sic Meet: Clubs: Ushers': Com- mittees: G.L. Mix. Jones, Eleanor Ann President, Salesgirl Advisory: Office Assistant Miss von Berg: Vodvil: Assemblies: Sopho- more, Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A., Make-up, Ush- ers': Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom. Jones, Shirley Mae Big Sister: Salesgirl Advisory: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Locker Monitor: Assemblies: P.E. Assistant: Clubs: Vice President G.A.A., Lettergirls, Make-up, O.G.A., F.T.A.: Com- mittees: G.L. Mix, Homecom- ing, Senior Ball. J ungroth, John William President, Vice President, Sec- retary Advisory: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: President a Cappella Choir: Boys Quartette: Band: District Music Meet: Senior Play. Kane, Patricia Arlene Junior Red Cross Chairman: Big Sister: Vice President Jun- ior Class: President Advisory: Delegate Junior Red Cross Training Center: President, Representative Junior Red Cross County Council: Red Cross Attendant: Locker Moni- tor: Vodvil: Assemblies: Co- Editor Alki: a Cappella Choir: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A.: Vice President F.H.A.: Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior- Senior Prom. Kays, Del E. Vodvilg "B" and Varsity Foot- ball Squads: Track. Clubs: Letterrnen's. Kennedy, Doris Lucille Locker Monitor. Kern, Melvin C. Secretary Advisory: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Assemblies: a Cappella Choir: Band: Or- chestra: District Music Meet: Clarinet Quartette: Clubs: In- ternational. Kinnunen, Elroy E. Kammer, Delores Rena Secretary Advisory 3 Library As- sistant: Red Cross Attendant: Alki Typist: Girls' Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Ushers', O.G.A. Kates, Virginia Joyce Assemblies. Clubs: O.G.A. Kelley, Vernon Paul Sophomore, Boys' Choirs: Dis- trict Music Meet. Kenning, Alfred John Vice President, Salesman Ad- visory: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Treas- urer, Sergeant-at-Arms Boys' Choir: a Cappella Choir: Dis- trict Music Meet: Varsity Foot- ball: Track: Sports Manager. Clubs: Lettermen's, Production Staff. Kinch, Clinton L. Klinski, Don Stage Crew. SIXTY-SEVEN THE ALKI - 1948 Koons, Vera Dorothea Library Assistant: Red Cross Attendant: Locker Monitor. Clubs: Make-up: Committees: Junior-Senior Prom. LaDouceur, Eileen Patricia Big Sister: Locker Monitor: -Vodvil: Assemblies: Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergir1s', Make-up, Retail Selling: Committees: G.L. Mix, Costume. Lasley, Vernon Reed Laws, Richard Evans Locker Monitor: Sophomore, Boys' Choirs: District Music Meet: "B" Football, Basketball Squads 5 Tennis: Senior Play. v LeBouef, Kenneth John Lehr, Delmer R. SIXTY-EIGHT ffl? Kuhnke, Bette Hermine Vice President Advisory: Vod- vil: Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: Orchestra: District Mu- sic Meet: President Retail Seli- ing Class. Lamb, Margaret Mary Assemblies: Band: Orchestra 9 District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A.: Committees: Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom, Christmas Ball. Lathers, Juanita Ellen Committees: G.L. Mix, Cos- tume. Leahy, Sidney Marcus President Boys' League: Presi- dent, Vice President Advisory: Delegate to Leaders' Confer- ence: Assemblies: Boys', a Cap- pella Choirs: Band: Track: Clubs: Lettermen's: Rifle. Lee, Geraldine Lorella Lenhardt, Glenna Rae Library Assistant: Vodvil: As- semblies: Head Majorette Band: Secretary Orchestra: Committees: G.L. Mix. Leonard, Lucille Lillian Big Sister, President, Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory, Office Assistant Miss Williams, Red Cross Attendant, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Assemblies, Typist, Third Page Editor Log, -Clubs: G.A.A., Secretary, Custo- dian Make-up, Ushers', F.H.A., Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, G.L. Conference. Liming, John Ernest Delegate to Boys' State, Presi- dent Senior Class, Vice Presi- dent, Salesman Advisory, Vod- vil, Assemblies, a Cappella -Choir, "B" Football Squad, Tennis, Clubs: President Rifle, French, Senior Play. Loan, Dolores June Big Sister, Vice President Sophomore Class, Vice Presi- dent Advisory, Library Assis- tant, Vodvil, KVAN Radio Pro- gram, Assemblies, Commit- tees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. Ludeman, Gerald James Locker Monitor, Baseball. McCoy, Eleanor Lee President, Vice President Advi- sory, Vodvil, Assemblies, Sophomore, a Cappella Choirs, District Music Meet, Clubs: G.A.A., Historian Make-up, Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Costume, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming. McKay, Donna Frances Big Sister, Library Assistant, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, Assemblies, a Cappella Choir, Band, Orchestra, Clarinet Quartet, District Music Meet, Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls', Spanish, Committees: G.L. Mix, Homecoming. Liebelt, Vernon James Delegate Retailers' Club of Washington, War Bond Staff, Secretary, Salesman Advisory, Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Assemblies, a Cappella Choir, Boys' Quartet, District Music Meet, Baseball, Clubs: Letter- men's, Retail Selling. Little, Robert A. President, Vice President Advi- sory, Locker Monitor, Vodvil. Loeschen, Shirley Ruth Big Sister, President, Salesgirl Advisory, Library Assistant, a Cappella Choir, District Music Meet, Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom. McCarley, Hazel Amanda Vice President, Salesgirl Advi- sory, Vodvil, Assemblies, a Cappella Choir, Orchestra, Dis- ,W trict Music Meet. McDonnell, Bernard Clark Assemblies, Band, District Music Meet. Macy, Phillip Ross Vice President Advisory. SIXTY-NINE THE ALKI - 1948 2 Mandich, Sylvia Geraidine 1 Big Sister, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Assemblies, First Page Editor Log, Girls' Choir, Li- brarian Treble Clef, District , Music Meet, Clubs: Librarian Make-up, Spanish, Drama, Sen- ior Play, Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Christmas Ball. Marshall, Wanda Carolyn Vice President, Salesgirl Advi- sory, Red Cross Attendant, Vodvil, Clubs: F.H.A. Maser, Ivan H. Printing Alki, Log, Matthews, Martha Louise Big Sister, Vodvil, Assemblies, Band, Orchestra, District Music Meet, P.E. Assistant, Clubs: G.A.A. Modrall, Dorothy Jean Clubs: Ushers', Vice President Retailersi Moore, William Robley Rug Cutters' Club. SEVENTY Mansfield, Dick Martell, Mary Ann Assemblies, Sophomore Choir. Masser, Elnora Mildred Big Sister, Secretary, Sales- girl Advisory, Vodvilg P.E. Assistant, Clubs: President G.A.A., Sergeant-at-arms Let- tergirls', Ushers'. Committees: G.L. Mix, Homecoming. Mills, Donald Secretary, Salesman Advisory, Printer Alki, Log. Moll, A. Richard Traffic and Field Patrol, Lock- er Monitor, "B" Squad Foot- ball, Track. Moreland, Darrell Lee Varsity Football, Baseball 5 Let- termen's Club. Morris, John William Mulford, Patricia Ruth Big Sisterg President Advisoryg Locker Monitor, Vodvilg P.E. Assistantg Clubs: G.A.A., Vice President Lettergirls', Ushers'. Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, J unior-Senior Prom, Homecom- mg. Myhre, Helen Irene Office Assistant Miss Williams 5 Treble Clef Choirg District Mu- sic Meet. Nelson, Fay La Verne Costume Committeeg F.H.A. Nelson, Jewell Lorraine Secretary Advisoryg Red Cross Attendant, Assembliesg Treble Clef Choir, District Music Meet. Neumann, Darlene Agnes Costume Committee. Mosier, Lyman Wayne Mulinos, Mary Big Sister, Vodvilg Assemblies 3 Treble Clefg District Music Meetg Clubs: G.A.A., Frenchg Committees: Homecoming, Jun- ior-Senior Prom. Myhre, Jeanne A. Salesgirl Advisoryg Sophomore, Treble Clef Choirs, District Mu- sic Meet. Nelson, Kenneth Wayne Vodvilg Band, Orchestrag Dis- trict Music Meet. Ness, De Maris Arlene Big Sisterg President Advisory: Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls',Ush- ers'. Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Homecoming. N evitt, Kay Big Sisterg Secretary Advisory g Library Assistant. SEVENTY-ONE THE ALKI - 1948 Newkirk, Betty Lou So homore Choir' District Mu- P , sic Meet, Clubs: Ushers'. Newton, Leslie Ann Big Sister, President Advisory, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, As- semblies, Treble Clef, a Cappel- la Choirs, District Music Meet, Clubs: Secretary Spanish, Committees: Junior-Senior Prom. Olander, Dale A. Vice President, Secretary Ad- visory, Assemblies, Boys' Choir, District Music Meet. Osborn, Edward Alan Sergeant-at-Arms Student Bod ' President Vice Presi yr 1 ' dent, Secretary, Salesman Ad- visory , Assemblies, Linotype Alki, Log, "A," "B" Bas- ketball Squads, Tennis, Clubs: Secretary Rifle, Lettermen's, Auditorium Manager. Owings, Irene Juanita Parsons, Raymond Dave Vice President Advisory, Vod- vilg KVAN Radio Program, As- semblies, Track Editor Alki, Sophomore Choir, Vice Presi- dent, Sengeant-at-Arms Boys' Choir, Varsity, "B" Football Squad, Track, Sports Mana- ger, Clubs: Lettermen's, F.F.A. SEVEN-rv-Two fl I - 5555, , ,,.' 3 ,gf 'H ei.: -' V f: -F ia .2 4g y Qgyigzg--gg f if ' W A ..,,.., ' It I - -sf:--. 3. .. 5 YJ., ,i f Newman, Rita M. Library Assistant. Noble, Frank Ortego, Eugene Vodvil, Assemblies, Band, Dis- trict Music Meet. Otos, G. Francis Vice President Advisory, Vod- vil, KVAN Radio Program, As- semblies, a Cappella Choir, Boys' Quartette, N.W. Regional Music Meet, District Music Meet, "B" Football Squad, Sen- ior Play. Owings, Loren Parten, Charles Edger President, Vice President, Sales- man Advisory, Vodvil, Stage, Sound Crew, Track, Clubs: Sergeant-at-Arms Rifle, Com- mittees: Junior-Senior Prom. THE ALKI - 1948 Pence, Verna Mae Big Sister: Office Assistant Miss von Berg: Red Cross At- tendant, Locker Monitor: Vod- vilg Typist Alkig Assemblies: Clubs: O.G.A., Ushers', Com- mittees: G.L. Mix. Peppers, William Emmett Perry, Mildred Louise Pesznecker, Douglas F. Auditorium Business Staff. Pickett, Elvie C. Pierce, James Kenneth Varsity Football, Sports Man- ager: Clubs: Lettermen's. 2 y i ii like 9 Q .1 1 53,33 lgqgvk I . wg ,, 7? GAF .v 5 -Q 1 8 me-aesskts WP QW Q B f it S 0 5' ...aww V. . Wgwwm. ' P .twwh W- , .5 jj a.,:.::-- Pendergraft, Charles M. Assemblies. Perry, Helen Muree Big Sister, Vice President, Salegirl Advisory, Locker Mon- itor: Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirls, Ushers', F.H.A. Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Homecoming, Senior Ball. Perry, Veron James President, Vice President, Sec- retary Advisory, Secretary Boys' Choir, "B" Football Squad: Track: Clubs: Let- termen'sg Committees: Junior- Senior Prom. Peterson, Lorraine Mae Big Sister: Vice President Sen- ior Class, President, Vice Pres- ident Advisoryg Assemblies: Clubs: G.A.A.g Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom. Pickner, Viola Dena Office Assistant Miss Von Berg, Locker Monitor. Pietz, Howard William President, Vice President, Sec- retary Advisory: Locker Mon- itor: Track: Printer Log, Alkig Clubs: Printers, Committees: Junior-Senior Prom. SEVENTY-THREE Poe, Carmella May Salesgirl Advisory: Vodvil: As- semblies: Sophomore Choir: Head Majorette: Committees: Homecoming. Potts, Gloria Delores Ushers' Club. Pratt, Tom Vice President Advisory: Vod- vil: "B" Football, Varsity Foot- ball: Track: "B" Basketball: Printer Log, Alki: Clubs: Let- termen's. Preston, Marjorie Alice Secretary Student Body: Big Sister: President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory: Office As- sistant Miss von Berg: Vodvil: Assemblies: P.E. Assistant: Clubs: Reporter G.A.A., Make- up, Treasurer Lettergirls', F.T.A.: Committees: G.L. Mix, Homecoming, Tolo, Junior- Senior Prom. Price, Helen D. Big Sister: Red Cross Attend- ant: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Committees: G.L. Mix. Quirk, Donna QEVENTY-FOUR i-fd? Tl-IE ALKI - 1948 t ii 'n: , r ag 2 , gi. ig-p Poe, Rose Big Sister: Red Cross Attend- ant: Locker Monitor: Clubs: Secretary Inkifingers, Reporter Triads: Committees: Costume. Powell, Richard Lee President, Vice President Ad- visory: Vodvil: Assemblies: President Boys' Choir, a Cap- pella Choir: District Music Meet: "B" Football: Clubs: Rifle: Senior Play. Prediletto, Louis Emilio President Student Body: Sales- man Advisory: Vodvil: Varsity Football: Track: "B" Basket- ball: Band: District Music Meet: Clubs: Lettermen's, Ri- fle: Committees: Junior-Senior Prom. Prevost, Cecelia Joy Big Sister: President, Vice President, Secretary Advisory: Office Assistant Miss von Berg: Vodvil: Assemblies: Locker Monitor: Clubs: G.A.A., Inki- fingers, Secretary Lettergirls', O.G.A., Ushers', International, Treasurer, Secretary French: Committees: G.L. Mix, Home- coming. Purviance, June Caroline Big Sister: Secretary Advisory: Vodvil: Sextette: Sophomore, Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: District Music Meet: Locker Monitor: Clubs: French. Rader, Donna Marie Library Assistant: Red Cross Attendant: Clubs: G.A.A.: Com- mittees: Tolo, Homecoming. - --- -K,AA THE ALKI - 1948 Ravenbefgl Betty Mae ,,A,,,.,A,A,,.. Secretary Advisory: Locker ' Monitor: Clubs: Ushers'. " 1--- 15 .WV Reed, Dorothy J. Salesgirl Advisory: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assem- blies: a Cappella Choir: Dis- trict Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A.: Committees: G.L. Mix. Rice, James E. President, Secretary Advisory: Traffic and Field Patrol: Lock- er Monitor. , ,wwswq ,Nl-was amw-f--.w-w-- --Z,--1 Riley, Joseph S. 5,-gQfgf" X Vice President Advisory: Vod- lfiigl i.'pAV vil: Assemblies: Locker Moni- inp tor: Boys', a Cappella Choir: .,,. gif: Printer Log, Alki: "B" Foot- ,ifjfkf ball: Baseball: Clubs: Letter- .. .V 5.-.jj',11 men's, Rifle. --..,,Q f -i 5 Rogers, Paul Eugene Vodvil: Assemblies: a Cappella Choir: Senior Play: Clubs: In- ternational: Committee: Home- coming. ' Rosander, Norma Helen Big Sister: President Advisory: Office Assistant Miss Williams: Red Cross Attendant: Locker Monitor: Vodvil: Assemblies: Sophomore, Treble Clef, a Cap- pella Choirs: District Music Meet: Clubs: G.A.A.: Commit- tees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior-Sen- ior Prom, Homecoming. Redenbaugh, Barbara Jean President Advisory: Vodvil: As- semblies: Treble Clef, a Cap- pella Choirs: District Music Meet: Delegate to S.W.W.G.L. Conference: Feature, News Edi- tor, Proofreader Log: Clubs: G.A.A., Secretary Make-up, French, Quill and Scroll: Com- mittees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Sen- ior Prom. Reymond, Louis Gordon President, Vice President, Sec- retary, Salesman Advisory: Vodvil: Treasurer Sophomore Choir, a Cappella Choir: "B," Varsity Football: Baseball: -Clubs: Lettermen's: Commit- tees: Homecoming. Richard, Ray Lyle Salesman Advisory: Vodvil: Assemblies: Boys', a Cappella Choirs: "B" Football: Sports Manager: District Music Meet: Clubs: Lettermen's. Ritchie, Gladys Marie Big Sister: Locker Monitor: As- semblies. Clubs: G.A.A. Rogoway, Jack Ronald Salesman Advisory: "B," Var- sity Football: Clubs: Letter- men's. Ruge, Betty Ann P.E. Assistant: Clubs: G.A.A., Lettergirl's, Custodian Ushers': Committees: G.L. Mix, Home- coming. SEVENTY-Fivzr THE ALKI - 1948 Sanderson, Nadine Marie Big Sister, President, Salesgirl Advisory, Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Assemblies, Band, Orchestra, District Music Meet, Flute Trio, Quartette, Sopho- more, J unior, Co-Editor Alki, Librarian, Secretary Band, Clubs: G.A.A., Secretary Tri- ads, Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Home- coming, G.L. Conference, Christmas Ball. Schaefer, Bob McMaster Delegate to Boys' State, War Bond Staff, Vice President, Salesman Advisory, Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Assem- blies, Sophomore, a Cappella Choirs, Vice President Boys' Choir, Boys' Quartette, Dis- trict Music Meet, Yell Leader, Committees: Homecoming. Schultz, Patricia Montjoy Vice President, Salesgirl Advi- sory, Treble 'Clef Choir, Dis- trict Music Meet, Clubs: Triads, Treasurer French, Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom. Sellman, Gene Lee Sound, Projection Crew, KVAN Radio Program, Boys' Choir, Band, District Music Meet. Sensenbrenner, Joanne Edris Big Sister, Secretary Senior Class, Vice President, Salesgirl Advisory, Office Assistant Miss von Berg, Vodvil, Assemblies, Clubs: O.G.A., Triads, F.T.A., Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo. Sheffield, Joanne C. Secretary Advisory, Vodvil, As- semblies, Treble Clef Choir, District Music Meet, Triad Club, Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom. SIJVENTY-Six Sayre, Leonard Schmidt, Lois Helen Vodvil, KVAN Radio Program, Assemblies, a Cappella Choir, Band, Orchestra, District Mu- sic Meet, Secretary Interna- tional Club. Sealey, Phyllis Eileen Big Sister, Clubs: O.G.A., Sec- retary F.T.A. Sells, Barbara Lee Big Sister, President, Vice President, Secretary, Salesgirl Advisory, Red Cross Atten- dant, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Assemblies, President Treble Clef, a Cappella Choir, Dis- trict Music Meet, Clubs: Make- up, President F.H.A., Reporter F.T.A., Committees: G.L. Mix. Seversen, Lorraine June Big Sister, Vice President, Secretary Advisory, Vodvil, a Cappella Choir, Orchestra, Clubs: G.A.A., Make-up, O.G.A., Lettergirls', Committees: G.L. Mix, Homecoming. Shepherd, Phyllis Jean Big Sister, President, Vice President Advisory, Office As- sistant Miss von Berg, Vodvil, Assemblies, Treble Clef Choir, District Music Meet, Clubs: O.G.A., Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom, Senior Play. THE ALKI - 1948 Siemer, Helmuth Jr. Q' Simpsgn, Donald W, Secretary Advisory: Track. 1, "' ' Boys' Choir: District Music rf -Wig i f : Meet- V' Smith, Bill E. Salesman Advisory: Vodvilg KVAN Radio Program: Assem- blies: Band: Orchestra: Dis- trict Music Meet: Clubs: Trea- surer International: Bookroom Attendant. Smith, Lawrence Clifford lst Vice President Boys' League: Salesman Advisory: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: Sophomore, a Cap- pella Choirs: District Music Meet: "B," Varsity Football: "B," "A" Basketball: Track: Clubs: Lettermen's, Vice Presi- dent Rifle: Committees: Christ- mas Ball. Smith, Richard Joseph Vice President Advisory: As- semblies. Stange, Earl Kenneth Vice President Advisory: Vod- vil. Stecher, Norman Leslie President, Vice President, Sales- man Advisory: Track. 52 lg, . In ' TE.: :-1 1 'J -me N-22 .-.. gpg.-,. - 4 . V4 ' :V ' - ff .9 .gy--f e eggs 4,4 0 A sf We rf f- 3 k Rf' V Z it 1 eg.: .,fy:.,:f.-- ,M- :ffifQ1-Qg.ggQQf:f4fifQf1'z , .xg ---- - i 'E Smith, Karen Beverly Ushers' Club: F.H.A., Costume Committee. Smith, Patricia Rae Treasurer Girls' League: Dele- gate to S.W.W. Conference: Big Sister: President, Vice Presi- dent Advisory: Locker Monitor: Assemblies: P.E. Assistant: Clubs: Secretary G.A.A., Letter- girls', Librarian Make-up, F.T.A.: Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior-Senior Prom, Sen- ior Ball, Homecoming. Solberg, Irene Marie G.A.A. Start, Susan Rowe Locker Monitor: Vodvil: As- semblies: F.T.A. Sternberg, William H. Track. SEVENTY-SEVEN THE ALKI - 1948 Stevens, Louie Jean Treble Clef Choir 5 District Mu- sic Meet. Stowell Donna Myrle Big Sister, President, Vice President Advisory, Vodvilg As- semblies, Treble Clef, a Cap- pella Choirsg District Music Meet, Song Leaderg Clubs: Sec- retary Drama Clubg G.L. Mix Committee. Swaney, Wanda Elizabeth Red Cross Attendantg Locker Monitorg -Clubs: G.A.A., F.H.A., Ushers'. Tamis, Theodore Lewis President Advisory. Terpenning, Howard M. President, Vice President, Sec- retary, Salesman Advisory, Vodvilg Assemblies: "B," Var- sity Football squad, "B" Basketball Squad, Clubs: Lettermen's, Rifle, Commlit- tees: Homecoming. Tipp, Irene Evelyn Sophomore Choir, District-Mu- sic Meetg G.A.A. SEVENTY-EIGHT Stewart, Roy E. Stutzer, Roy K. Swayze, Ernest Harold Secretary Advisory g Vodvilg As- sembliesg President Orchestrag String Quartetteg Rifle Club. Taylor, Margarette E. Typist Log Staff, Committees: G.L. Mix, Vodvil. Thompson, Nancy Lee Tribble, Dewey Lee President, Vice President, Sec- retary, Salesman Advisoryg Vodvilg Assembliesg a Cap- pella Choirg District Music Meet, "B" Football Squad, Track. Trombley, Jack Warren President, Vice President Advi- sory, Boys' Choir, District Mu- sic Meet, Lettermen's Club, Baseball. Van Alstine, Wanda Mae Locker Monitor, Assemblies, Clubs: President Make-up, Sec- retary Triads. Van Winkle, Bill Loyd Veith, Fred Louis Wagner, RaDeen Warner, Dolores Dene Vice President, Recording Sec- retary Girls' League, Big Sister, Office Assistant Miss von Berg, Vodvil, Assemblies, Clubs: G.A.A., Secretary, Treasurer French Club, Committees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Homecoming, Senior Play. Turner, Alene Lucille Library Assistant, Vodvil, Band, District Music Meet, Clubs: G.A.A., Committees: G.L. Mix, Junior-Senior Prom. Van Prooyen, Peter A. Rifle Club. Vehrs, Phyllis Jean Big Sister, President, Vice President Advisory, Locker Monitor, Vodvil, Assemblies, Sophomore, Treble Clef, a Cap- pella Choirs, Junior-Senior Prom. Vinsonhaler, Robert James Vodvil. Ward, Harry Albert Watson, Olive Lydia Locker Monitor. SEVENTY-NINE -,- THE ALKI - 1948 Webb, Douglas John Vice President, Salesman Ad- visory, Locker Monitor, Vod- vilg KVAN Radio Program, As- sembliesg Sophomore, a Cap- pella Choirsg District Music Meet. Wennhold, Vernon O. Traffic and Field Patrol, Locker Monitorg Sophomore, Boys', a Cappella Choirs, District Mu- sic Meet. White, Joe D. President, Vice President, Sec- retary Advisoryg Assemblies, Football Editor Alkig Sports Re- porter Logg "B," Varsity Foot- ball Squads, "A," "B" Basket- ball Squadsg Clubs: Letter- men's, Rifle, Committees: Jun- ior-Senior Prom. Wiggins, Elizabeth Mary Salesgirl Advisory. Willis, Delores Treble Clef Choir, District Mu- sic Meet 5 Clubs: F.H.A. Wilson, Rex R. Rifle Club. EIGHTY - S34-gag -5gg:EQg::a.f-g-5,3-j:,:.QQ isakmp. N - iz: i Q-gg.. .1 t 133,15 it ,QQ --Y' 'N M- x, QF 'K Q 5 .fig Q 'A S in X , if Hs' Q S 1 , - 7 ,lf -E ii 1-E31 T ' Weeks, Lila Mae Big Sister, President, Vice Pres- ident, Salesgirl Advisory, Vod- vilg Assembliesg Clubs: G.A.A., President Lettergirls', Vice President Make-up, Parliamen- tarian F.T.A., French, Commit- tees: G.L. Mix, Tolo, Junior- Senior Prom, Homecoming. White, George Duane Boys' Choir: District Music Meet. Whiteside, Richard Leroy Williams, Lottie Mae Big Sisterg President, Vice Pres- ident Advisoryg Red Cross At- tendantg Vodvilg Assembliesg Vice President a Cappella Choir, District Music Meetg Clubs: G.A.A. Committees: Junior-Sen- ior Prom. Wilson, James E. Vodvilg Stage, Sound, Projec- tion Crew. Winn, Eugene V. Mixed Choir. THE ALKI - 1948 Wondrack, Sue Jane President, Corresponding Secre- tary Girls' League: Big Sister: President, Vice President Advi- sory: Office Assistant Miss von Berg: Assemblies: Co-Editor Organizations Alki: Secretary S.W.W.G.L. Conference: D.A.R.: Delegate Girls' State. Clubs: G.A.A.: Vice President Spanish: F.T.A.: Committees: G.L. Mix: Tolo: Junior- Senior Prom. Yost, Walter H. Vice President, Secretary Advi- sory: Locker Monitor: Assem- blies: Sophomore, a Cappella Choir: District Music Meet: Sec- retary F.F.A. Zaske, Janet Fay Reporter Girls' League: Big Sis- ter: President, Secretary Advi- sory: Vodvil: Assemblies: Edi- tor-in-chief, Front page Editor Log. Committees: G.L. Mix: Junior-Senior Prom. Clubs: G.A.A.: Lettergirls': Quill and Scroll: Ushers'. Wyatt, Mary Illene Vodvil: Assemblies: Sophomore, Treble Clef, a Cappella Choirs: District Music Meet: Commit- tees: Junior-Senior Prom. Clubs: G.A.A.: Retailers'. ' Yunker, Donald Eugene President Junior Class: Presi- dent, Vice President, Salesman Advisory: Vodvil: KVAN Radio Program: Assemblies: President Band: Orchestra: Brass Quar- tette: District Music Meet. Com- mittees: Homecoming Junior- Senior Prom. Forbis, Dorothy Lee Ushers' Club. Zin illllrmnrg nf Wilma Evan Enkrr anh Ehmarh Earl lirhan Hirmhrra uf the Qllanu uf 1948 EIGHTY- ONE THE AlLKll - l94l-8 ETIGHTY-TWO The following veterans, who have successfully com- pleted their General Educational Development Test prior to May 12, will receive their diplomas with the Class of 1948. Albinson, James Baker, Robert E. Becker, Arthur Lawrence Beise, Anton A. Belisle, Edmond Burke, William Michael Campbell, Raymond Clark, Raymond J. Cole, William A. Coppock, Eugene D. Cornell, R. W. Cox, Merle F. Darling, Arthur James Davis, Vernon Dirks, Gordon Erickson, Vaughn M. Fenske, Claron O. Fich, Samuel Gaines, Herbert Franklin Golden, Robert T. Graves, Harold S. Greenwood, Fred J. Hallock, Wesley J. Henderson, Ray N. Hendrie, John C. Howard, Claude Howard, James W. Jacobson, Dean Johnson, Donald L. Kerner, Robert H. Kornish, Daniel Kornish, Joseph Frederick Laurence, Bob Lengvenis, Eugene Liddle, Duane A. Lora, Carl McCarthy, Cecil McIntyre, Robert D. Maddox, Clifford Martin, Bruce E. Mills, Gale W. Moore, William R. Mscichowski, Joseph John Murphy, Elvin J. Norelius, Richard Odne, Elmo C. Pachal, Donald Pauley, Robert D. Rees, Ronald R. Reymond, Donald C. Riley, John M. Ruge, Marvin Sadewasser, Ernest John Sadewasser, Lewis G. Shambaugh, Earl Shanahan, John D. Shotwell, Bill F. Sinclair, Glen Dale Snoen, Donald Snoen, Ronald Spooner, Charles E. Stange, Robert Stewart, Robert F. Tade, John H. Taylor, Earl H. Thayer, W. A. Thomas, Joseph H. Ulmer, Julian Van Kirk, Theodore Weatherby, Thor Jr. Weber, John Weston, Donovan Wilson, Ernest Wood, Milo Woods, Lloyd Darvin THE ALKI - 1948 B. Class of 949 Mrs. Lola Benson, Head Adviser Class Colors Crimson and Gray Class Officers Bill Hamman Alan MacGregor President Connie Freeman Secretary Vice President FIRST SEINIESTER PRESIDENT Gene Sargent ...... Lenna Storey ......... Alan MacGregor JoAnn Bunge .... Pat Kaufman .... Ernestine Sexton Bob Buker .............. Neil Lyall ............. Rodney Smith ..,.,... Beverly Strief . Bob Morrison Pat McKee ..... Advisory Group Officers SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT James Paeth Pat Carlson Dick Young Rosalie Leanord ..... Rosemary Aldridge ,.,,.. Barbara McAllister ....... Bill Hoy Gene Spring Bob Kreis Charmaine Reymond Ronald Vail Delores Silva ADVISER Mrs. Barber Mrs. Bratcres Mr. Clausen Mrs. Heinen Mrs. Kitrina Miss McDonough Mr. McPhaden Mr. Maben Mr. Martin Mrs. Moody Miss Robinson Mrs. Sells EIGHTY THREE THE ALKI - 1948 Mrs. Barber FIRST SEMESTER Gene Sargent ....... ........... P resident Warren Arbour ...... ..... V ice President Arthur Maki .................................,.... Secretary Bob Miller ..........,....,...,.,,,,.,..,.............. Salesman First row: Milton Fanning, Arthur Maki, Dick Greenen, Thomas Herndon, Kenneth Kreger, Charles Thompson, Warren Arbour. Second row: Merlin Zaske, Jim Dorr, James Paeth, Lawrence Seibold, Ronald Fuller, Ralph Ahseln, Charles Gustafson, Charles SECOND SEMESTER James Paeth .......... ................ P resident Bob Miller ..................... ....,. V ice President Charles Gustafson ............................ Secretary Ralph Ahseln .............................,...... Salesman Huber, Mrs. Barber. Third row: Don Winters, Dick Chambers, Jim Volker, Clarence Nelson, Dick Kelly, Robert Miller, Richard Cordz, George Stecher, Loren Pelkey, Gene Sargent. Others: Robert Hanson, Pat Hart, Bill Wilson, Ernest Prater, Albert Goll. Mrs. Bratcres FIRST SEMESTER Lenna Storey ........, .............. P resident Betty Kahlsdorf ..... ..... V ice President Pat Carlson ......... .....,..... S ecretary Betty Condit .................................,...... Salesgirl First row: Jean Taylor, Virginia Stecher, Phyllis Evans, Florence Boydstun, Evalue Harter, Lenna Storey, Marilyn Ness, Shirley McKenzie. Second row: Betty Jean Fagaly, Marian Ashe, Martha Barter, Adele Drew, LIGHTY-FoUR SECOND SEMESTER Pat Carlson ....... ................... P resident? Adele Drew ............... ....... V ice President Barbara Klein ......,...... ............. S ecreidjfy Florence Boydstun ............................ Salesyirl Betty Kalsdorf, Patsy Carlson, Betty Condit, Barbara Klein, Mrs. Bratcres. Others: Judy Hinz, Dorothy Kalkbrenner, Erline McLain. Theodora Dreier. THE ALKI - 1948 Mr. Clausen FiRST SEMESTER Alan MacGregor ...... .....,.,.,... P resident Don LaPierre ........ ....... V ice President Arnold Emter .,.................,..,............. Secretary J ack Minnick .........,............,............... Salesman First row: Harvey Colvin, Ron Barclay, Brian Hart, Richard Sherwood, Robert Ryan, Ronnie Powell. Second row: Robert Wilson, Jack Minnick, Lowell Herbester, Edwin Sharp, Douglas Vickers, Peter Mscichowski. SECOND SEMESTER Dick Young ...... .,................ P resident Jack Minnick ....... ..... V ice President Don LaPierre ..... ........... S ecretary Leo Frank .......,.................,..,............. Salesman Third rcw: Mr. Clausen, Robert Kammer, Leo Frank, Richard Young, Arnold Emter, Richard Hopkins, Kenneth Porter. Others: Morris Goll, Don LaPierre, Alan MacGregor, Jim Rogers. Mrs. Heinen FIRST SEMESTER JoAnn Bunge ......... .............. P resident Anne Griffiths ....... ........ V ice President Lois -Chapman ...,..... ,.......... ............ S e cretary Rosalie Leonard ...................,............., Salesgirl First row: Betty Lou Ward, Opal Wedding, Irene Askay, Ann Griffiths, Lois Chapman, Evangeline Steele, Anne Wondrack, Gloria Mack. Second row: Margaret Albinson, Vir- ginia Huff, Dorothy Moll, June Dacus, Pat Knight, Mary Bicknell, Lucille Stewart, Mil- SECOND SEMESTER Rosalie Leonard ..,.. ................... P resident Mildred Wille ....... ...... V ice President Mary Bicknell .................................,.... Secretary Billie Sturgeon ...,................,................. S alesgirl dred Wille, Donna Minnick. Third row: Dora Hatfield, Doris Drake, Billie Sturgeon, JoAnn Bunge, Audrey Garner, Pat Berkley, Mary Healy, Beverly Nicholas, Doris Jenson, De- lores Price, Mrs. Heinen. Others: Janice DuPuis, Rosalie Leonard, Sharon Kant. Eiclrry FIVE THE ALKI - 1948 Mrs. Kitrina FIRST SEMESTER Pat Kaufman ........... ..,.........,.... P resident Donna Waddle ....,.. ' . ...... Vice President Betty Fleming ,....... .......... ..........,,.. S e cretoiry Carol Sellers ........................................ Salesgirl First row: Marza Johnson, Joyce Simon, JoAnn Cook, Jennie Heighton, Betty East- man, Mary Lewis, Peggy Andrews. Second row: Margaret Holmack, Carol Sellers, Rose- mary Aldridge, Carolyn Stone, Peggy Tully, Donna Waddle, Leone DeLagasse, Colleen SECOND SEMESTER Rosemary Aldridge ........ ...,..,........ P resident Ilene Martin .................. ..... V ice President Peggy Tully .................. ............... S ecretary Joan Askay ................,......................... Salesgirl Hadley. Third row: Mary Beth Johnson, Jo- Ann Bird, Ruth Peterson, Betty Stelger, Joan Althusis, Beverly Golmis, Lorraine Hedge- Wald, Ilene Martin, Mrs. Kitrina. Others: Joan Askay, Arbutus Dalton, LaVonne Remme. Miss McDonough FIRST SEMESTER Ernestine Sexton ........ .............. P resident LuCella Rodway ...... ........ V ice President Ruth Martell ............. .............. S ecretary Barbara Ham ........................................ S alesgirl First row: Lilly Kansky, Edna Mae Wake- field, Joy Bates, Pat Jones, Judy Roseberry, Jolene Bishoprick, Dorcus Hoffman, Ernes- tine Sexton, Ila Hull, Nora Outland. Second row: Lucille Miller, Leanore Keller, Odelia Pionk, LuCella Rodway, JoAnne Staley, Merle ErGHTY-SIX t SECOND SEMESTER Barbara McAllister ..,.. ................... P resident June Hails ................... ....... V ice President LuCella Rodway ....... ............ S ecretoiry Dorcus Hoffman .................................. Salesgirl Gildhorn, Mary Lou King, Barbara Ham, Ruth Martell, Charlotte Swan. Third row: Miss McDonough, Penny Whitney, Jean Strat- ton, June Hails, Sharon Cooke, Barbara Mc- Allister, Beverly Young, Marietta Colgrove, Adeline Borroz. Others: Nancy Giles. gf. THE ALKI - 1948 Mr. McPhaden FIEST SEMESTER Bob Buker .,......,.. ........v......, P resident Darrel Allen ........ ....... V ice President, Bill Hoy ..,,.....,.. ....,......,. S ecretary Jerry Miller ..........,...,.....,..........,........ Salesman First row: Gene Wilson, Junior Schmelzer, James Stewart, Donald Wanless, John Tripp, Wayne Phares, John Robinson, Carl Radliff. Second row: Peter Lindgren, Byrl Griffin, Bob Buchanan, Jerry Miller, LeRoy Johnson, Robert Buker, Earl McCarty, Lloyd Hayman, SECOND SEMESTER Bill Hoy ...............,.... .................. P resident James Stewart ........ .,... V ice' President Bob Buker ........,.... ........... S ecretary Darrel Allen ...........,..,.....,................... Salesman Mr. McPhaden. Third row: Edward DuChene, Bob Meuler, Jim Kersteter, Carl Woodruff, Arthur Hills, Darrel Allen, Bill Hammon, Bill Hoy. Others: David Christensen, Ted Cusic, Bob Berger. Mr. Maben FIRST SEMESTER Neil Lyall ............,. ........,.,.. P resident Chuck Kleiber ....... ....... V ice President Mitchell Lugie ...... ............. S ecretary Jack Rouse .....,...............................,.,.. Salesman First row: Ray Groth, Frank Church, Hugh McNamer, Mark Hardie, Joe Shearer, Arlen Fleenor, Chuck Kleiber. Second row: Kenneth Porter, Fred Dorsett, Bob Noack, Glen Dillon, Mitchell Lugie, Pete Bonnell, Kenneth Allyn. SECOND SEMESTER Gene Spring ...., .............,.... P resident Mitchell Lugie ...... ....., V ice President Chuck Kleiber ...... ,,......... . Secretary Mark Hardie ...................,............,...,.., Salesman Third row: Gordon Gage, Richard Utterback, Neil Lyall, Billy Laddusaw, Walter Moeller, Colin Myers, Jay Dee Green, Mr. Maben. Others: Don Dutcher, Leon Orchards, Jack Rouse, Gene Spring. EIGHTY SEVEN THE ALKI - 1948 Mr. Martin FIRST SEMESTER Rod Smith ...,...... .............. P resident Bob Cheek ......,.... ...... V ice President Wayne Aiken ...,.. .......... S ecretary Hal Stevens .....,,.............,................... Salesman First row: Rodney Smith, Robert Kreibich, Ralph Trenary, Kenneth Sawyer, Clarence Miller, Robert Goodwin. Second row: Robert Kreis, Robert Hammer, DeMarr Hymes, Charles Wilson, Byrl Proctor, Mr. Martin. SECOND SEMESTER Bob Kreis .......... ...,..........,... P resident Hal Stevens .......,.. ...... V ice President Ralph Trenary ..o,.... ............ S ecretary Don Hammer ......,.....,........,.............. Salesman Third row: Guy Woodings, Fred Schlotfeldt, Edward Hewitt, Wayne Aiken, Robert Cheek, Erwin McCall. Others: Hal Stevens, Victor Voltz, Dan Johnson, Arthur Mclrvin, Gene Skelton. Mrs. Moody FIRST SEMESTER Beverly Strief ...,......,... ..,.....i......... P resident Ella Mae Daniels ....... ....... V ice President Ethel Allen .................... ...........,. S ecretdry Margaret Jungroth ......,..................,,. Salesgirl First row: Jackie Langlois, Joan Stark, Con- nie Freeman, Bernice Bertness, Ella Mae Daniels Dorothy Potter, Mary Jane Hardesty, Violet Bertness. Second row: Colleen Davis. Yvonne Kenison, Barbara Voltz, Beverly Strief, Donna Ahrens, Anna Louise Collins, Lelia Baker, Marie Sharp, Margaret Jun- l IGH1Y-EIGHT SECOND SEMESTER Charmaine Reymond ,.... ,.............. P resident Margaret J ungroth ..... ..... V ice President Shirley Griffin ........... ......,..... S ecretary Connie Freeman ................................ Salesgtrl groth. Third row: Charmaine Reymond, Mar- garet Wiese, Gail Borwieck, Ethel Allen, Vir- ginia Ward, Jean Lowman, Helen Ann Ma- son, Helen Dickinson, Shirley Griffin, Mrs. Moody. Othersg Donna Cannon, Rosie Kearns, Mitzi Mylan, Marie Ann Young, Clarice Collins. THE ALKI - 1948 Miss Robinson FIRST SEMESTER Bob Morrison .... ....,........... P resident Bob Mandich ...... ,..... V ice President Gordon Bower ....... ............. S ecretary Frank Jones ........................................ Sdlesindn First row: Paul Earing, Donald Singer, George Whetstone, Stanley Morrow, Richard Landis, Gordon Bower, Thomas Goe, Donald Linehan, James Shefcheck. Second row: Miss Robinson, Vincent Oscarson, Bob Morrison, SECOND SEMESTER Ron Vail ................. ,...,,......... P resident .lack LaLonde ....... ..... V ice President Fred Holrnberg .,... ........... S ecretary Bob Morrison ......,.......,.... .................. S alesrnan Jack LaLonde, Robert Mandich, Ronald Vail, Fred Holmberg, Richard Lundgren, Donald VanGorder. Third row: Edward Dawson, Har- old Rush, Carroll Harris, Kenneth Springer, Bob Fleischman, Bob Yabs, Richard Gibson. Mrs. Sells l FIRST SEMESTER Pat McKee .......... i..........,...... P resident Rita Kakela ............ ....... V ice President LaDonna Field ......... ...........,, S ecretary Suzanne Hastings ..............,................, Salesgirl First row: Mary Ann Brackensick, Dorothy Asher, Sara Pitkin, Elinor Wallace, Sally Hurst, Esther Jamison, Doris Bump, Suzanne Hastings, Ethel Tews. Second row: Mrs. Sells, Rita Kakela, Florence Kunze, Joyce Carter, Wilma Westendorf, Diane Adler, Margaret Neutzling, Delores Silva, Eunice Steele, Mary SECOND SEMESTER Delores Silva ....,.., ...........,.. P resident Sara Pitkin ,.........,... ..... V ice President Margaret Wilson ........ ........... S ecretary Diane Adler ......................,................... Salesgirl Lou Dark. Third row: Delores Wilson, Shirley Sunde, LaDonna Fields, Norma Bedee, Doro- thea Anderson, Pat McKee, Norma Lee, Shir- ley Cunningham, Frances Powell. Others: Betty Condit, Muriel Nelson, Margaret Wil- son, Cecelia Emmle. EIGHTY NINE THE ALKI - 1948 Adler, Diane Ahrens, Donna Ahseln, Ralph Aiken, Wayne Albinson, Margaret Aldridge, Rosemary Allen, Darrel Allen, Ethel Allyn, Kenneth Althusius, Joan Anderson, Dorothea Andrews, Peggy Arbour, Warren Ashe, Marian Asher, Dorothy Askay, Irene ' - Askay, Joan Atwood, Pat Baker, Lelia. Barclay, Ron Bates, Joy Barter, Martha Bedee, Norma. Berger, Bob Berkey, Pat Bicknell, Mary Bird, JoAnn Bishoprick, Jolene Bonnell, Pete Borroz, Adeline Borwieck, Gail Bower, Gordon Boydstun, Florence Brackensick, Mary Ann Buchanan, Bob Bunge, JoAnn Buker, Bob Cannon, Dona Carlson, Patsy Carter, Joyce Chambers, Dick Chapman, Lois Cheek, Bob Christensen, Dave Church, Frank Colgrove, Marietta Collins, Anna Louise Colvin, Harvey Condit, Betty Condit, Eva Cook, Joan Cooke, Sharon Cordz, Richard Cunningham, Shirley Cusic, Ted Dacus, June Dalton, Arbutos Daniels, Ellla Dark, Mary Lou Davis, Colleen Dawson, Ed NINETY llunior Class Roll Delaigasse, Leone Dickenson, Helen Dillon, Glen Dorr, James Dorsett, Fred Drake, Dorris Dreier, Teddy DuChene, Ed DuPuis, Janice Dutcher, Don Earing, Paul Eastman, Betty Emter, Arnold Evans, Phyllis Fagaly, Betty Fanning, Milton Field, LaDonna Fleenor, Arlen Fleischman, Bob Fleming, Betty Folk, James Frank, Leo Freeman, Connie Fuller, Ronnie Gage, Gordon Garner, Audrey Gerbester, Dick Gibson, Dick Gildhorn, Merle Giles, Nancy Goe, Tom , Goll, Albert Golmis, Beverly Green, Jay Dee Greenen, Dick Griffin, Byrl Griffin, Shirley Griffith, Anne Groth, Ray Groves, Harry Gustafson, Chuck Hadley, Colleen Hails, June Ham,, Barbara Hamman, Bill Hammer, Don Hanson, Bob Hardesty, Mary Hardie, Mark Harris, Carrol Hart, Brian Hart, Pat Harter, Evalue Hastings, Suzanne Hatfield, Dora Hayman, Lloyd Healy, Mary Hegewald, Lorraine I-Ieifrin, Arlis Heighton, Jenie Herbester, Lowell Herndon, Tom Hewitt, Ed Hills, Arthur Hinz, Judy Holmack, Margaret Holmberg, Fred Hopkins, Dick Ho fmnn, Dorcus Hoy, Bill Huber, Chuck Huff, Ginger Hull, Ila I-Iundley, Betty Hurst, Sally Hymes, lJeMar Jamison, Esther Jensen, Doris Johnson, LeRoy Johnson, Mary Beth Johnson, Mazn Jones, Pat Jungroth, Margaret Kahlsdorf, Bttty Kekela, Rita Kalkbrenner, Dorothy Kammer, Bob Kansky, Lilly Kant, Sharon Keller, Leanore Kelley, Dick Kenison, Yvonne Kerstetter, Jim King, Mary Lou Kleiber, Chuck Klein, Barbara Knight, Pat Kreger, Ken Kreibick, Bob Kries, Bob Kunze, Florence Laddusaw, Gilly IaLonde, Jack Landis, Earl Langlois, Jackie LaPierre, Don Lee, Norma Leanord, Rosalie Lindegren, Pete Linehan, Don Lowman, Jean Lugie, Mitchell Lundegren, Dick Lyall, Neil MacGregor, Alan McAllister, Barbara McCall, Erwin McCarty, Earl McKee, Pat McKenzie, Shirley McLain, Joyce McNamar, Jiggs Muck, Gloria Maki, Arthur Mzinlit-h, Bob Marshall. Darene Martell, Ruth Martin, Ilene Mason, Helen Meultr, Bob Bob Miller, Miller, Clarence Miller, Lucille Miller, Jerry Minnick, Donna Minnick, Jack Moeller, Walter Morrison, Bob D. Morrow, Stanley Mschichowski. Pete Mylan, Mitzi Nelson, Clarence Ness, Marilyn Neutzling, Margie Nicholas, Beverly Noack, Bob Orchard, Leon Oscarson, Vince Outland, Nora Paeth, Jim Pelkey, Loren Peterson, Ruth Phares, Wayne Pionk, Odelia Porter, Kennth Dorothy Potter, Powell, Frances Powell, Ronnie Ernest Prater, Price, Dolores Radliff, Carl Remme, LaVonne Reymond, Charmaine Robinson, John Rodwuy, LuCella Roseberry, Judy Rouse, Jack Rush, Harold Ryan, Bob Sargent, Gene Sawyer, Ken Schlofeldt, Fred Schmelzer, Junior Scott, Rosella Sellers, Carol Sexton, Ernestine Sharp, Edwin Sharp, Marie Shearer, Joe I Shefchek, Jim Sherwood, Richard Siebold, Larry S'lvu, Delores Simon, Joyce Singer, Don Skelton, Gere Smith, Rod Spring, Gene Springer. Ken Staley, Joanne Stark, Joan Stecher, George Stecher, Virginia Steele, Eunice Steiger, Betty Stevens, Hal Stewart, Jim Stewart, Lucille Stone, Carolyn Storey, Lenna Stratton, Jean Strief, Beverly Sturgeon, Billie Swan, Charlotte Taylor, Jean Tews, Ethel Thompson, Chuck Trenary, Ralph Tripp, John Tully, Peggy Utterback, Richard Vail, Ronnie Vantiorder, Donald Vickers, Doug Volker, Jim VVaddle, Donna Wakefield, Edna Wallace, Elinor Wanless. Don Ward, Betty Lou Wedding, Ogal Mae Westendorf, Wilma Wlietstone, George White, Verda Wiese, Margaret Wilson, Bill Wilson, Bob Wilson, Chuck Wilson, Delores Wilson Jim Winters, Don Winters, Ruth Wondrack, Anne Woodings, Guy Woodruff, Carl Yabs, Bob Young, Beverly Young, Dick Young, Marie Ann Zaske, Merlin THE ALKI -M 1948 Class of 950 Miss Dorothy Blair, Head Adviser Class Colors Green and Gold Class Officers Bob Hopkins Vi ce President FIRST SEMESTER PRESIDENT Sally Abrams ...... Janet Huff .......... Doris Aldridge ....,.. Nona Buker .......... Henry Maas ....... Jack Robins ...... Bonnie Jones ....... Nancy Payton ......... John Christensen ...... Dick Moore ...,........ Vernon Emter ........ Patrick Lemon ...... i D Kenneth Cooper U President lxancy Smith Secretcwy Advisory Group Officers SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT , Esther Bedell ...,.... Joan Alvord ....... Dena Chalquest ...... Glenda Cotton ....... Norman Webb ....... Gilbert Cobb ......... Lorine Luginbuhl ...... .. Bonnie Drury ....,. . Don Whitenack ..... .. Larry Johnson ..... . Bernard Morris .... .... Ben Sloane ..... ADVISER Miss Brown Miss Dunlop Miss Ellson .. Mrs. Fields Mr. Frost Mr. J olin Miss Kirwin Mrs. Kuhn Mr. Lyons Mr. Shields Mr. Whitmore Mr. Wood NxNETY ONE THE ALKI - 1948 Miss Brown FIRST SEIHESTER Sally Abrams ...,,...,,... ,.......,.,.... P resident Shirley Browning ........ ...... V ice President Mavis Alvis .......,.......,...,..............,..... Secretary Gertrude Miner ........................,........... Salesgirl First row: Rozina Record, Gertrude Miner, Birdie Terry, Vernice Smith, Shirley Plum- mer, JoAnn Pendergraft, Sally Abrams, Doro- thella Linscott, Ester Bedell, Sella Wineberg, Betty Spence, Arlene Watson. Second row: Barbara Whitrock, Mavis Alvis, Elda Siebel, Phyllis Drew, Nancy Smith, Charlene Davis, SECOND SEMESTER Esther Bedell ........,,.... .,...,.......... P resident Shirley Plummer ........... .. ...,. Viee President Barbara Whitrock ...,......,..,.............. Secretary Joyce Genz ......,........,...,........................ Salesgirl Donna Jean Jerome, Shirley Browning, Phyl- lis Boadwine, Kathleen McLaughlin, Dolores Ruge, Miss Brown. Third row: Virginia Kelso, Betty Hall, Barbara Fountain, Phyllis Neu- mann, Dorothy Kates, Molly O'Connor, Joyce Genz, Phyllis Hohensee, Helen Mroczek, Doro- thy Thomson, Beverly Wilson. Miss Dunlop FIRST SEMESTIER Janet Huff .........,.. .,......,... P resident Joan Alvord ..,...,..,... ...... V ice President Bonnie Harwood ..........................,,.... Secretary Lois Rivet ....,.............,........................... Salesgirl First row: Donna Mae Middleton, Joanne Hutchison, Diane Thompson, Kitty Jo Olson, JoAnn Snider, Helen Dewey, Elsie Boal, Bon- nie Harwood, Lois McCarty. Second row: Janet Huff, Shirley White, Virginia Perdue, Dorothy Clark, Lois Rivet, Lois Schimel- pfenig, Lois Ledgerwood, Joyce Green, Gloria Hopkins. Third row: Cl-oyce Bell, Phillis Car- NIINE1 Y-Two SECOND SEMESTER Joan Alvord ...... ................. P resident Phyllis Carter ....... ........ V ice President JoAnn Snider .................................... Secretary Connie Stark ........................................ Salesgirl ter, Gayle Adams, Marilyn Buetow, Joan Alvord, Blance Wood, Marlene Talley, Bev- erly Newkirk, Delores Dean, Norma Bain, Miss Dunlop. Others: Delores Davis, Helen Davis, Donna McNamer, Gladys Morris, Wan- da Parker, Connie Stark, Dorothy Winn, Beaula Young. .. THE ALKI - 1948 Miss Ellson F1f:ST SEMESTER Doris Aldridge .,....A,.. ...,..,..,...,.., P resident Ann McGilchrist ...,.., .,..,.. V ice President Grace Lowry ..............,..,.. .,..,..,...... S ecretary Maureen Wolf ......,...,..,.,......,..,....,,..., Salesgirl First row: Shirlee Anderson, Billee Bullock, Shirley Hopkins, Dena Chalquest, Gertrude Parkhurst, Helen Gorsline, Martha Herndon, Patsy Brantner, Beverly Koppe, Ann McGil- christ. Second row: Miss Ellson, JoAnne Phil- pot, Maureen Wolf, Leona Dineen, Elsie Sobolewski, Letha Bergquist, Loraine Lau- SECOND SEMESTER Dena Chalquest ...... .........,..... P resident Elsie Sobolewski ..,.. ...,.. V ice President Loraine Lauber ...,,...,.,...,. ..,.,.,..,.... S eeretary Dorothy Fishel ,........,..,...,....,,..,.,,....... Salesgirl ber, Dorothy Fishel, Betty Hunt, Lorna Han- son. Beverly Baldridge. Third row: Shirley Johnson, June Rogers, Delores Nadgwick, Joan Dirks, Grace Aldridge, Joanne Tweed, Pat Bramble, Ellen Galbraith. Others: Betty Yabs. ' Mrs. Fields FIRST SEMESTER Nona Buker ....,,..... ....,.l....,,,.. P resident Gail Whitfield ..,.,.., ....... V ice President Glenda Cotton ....... ............. S ecretary Terry Nichols .....................i................ Salesgirl First row: Elsie Scholz, Wanda Snyder, Carol Dietrich, Lawana Marsh, Charlotte Koons, Bernice Bellamy, Harrietta Perry, Loris Loree, Joan Keyser, Jean Hanson, Pat Mc- Dunn. Second row: Pat Andersen, Carol Baker, Janet Cavens, Rosalie Boley, Betty Burnett, Henrietta Goedert, Mary Douglas, Terry Nichols, Gail Whitfield, Virginia SECOND SEMESTER Glenda Cotton ..... .................. P resident Jean Hanson ,.,.. .... V ice President Sally Melton ..... ........... S eeretary Nona Buker .......................... ....,.,..,... S alesgirl Hughes, Marlene Woods, Glenda Cotton. Third row: Mrs. Fields, Sally Melton, Donna Belle Hood, Iva Ordway, Edith Morgan, Nona Buker, Sue Robb, Marjorie Thompson,, Donna Ketron, Roberta Price, Eileen Larson, Martha Hedin. Others: Eleanor Gill, Delores Johnson, Lillie Withers, Nadine Evans. NLNETY THREE THE ALKI - 1948 ' NISIETY Mr. lFrost FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Henry Maas .......... ................ P resident Norman Webb ..,......,. .......,........,. P resident Ronald Jones ........ ...... V ice President Dale Bockstadter ..,... ,....... V ice President Norman Webb ...... .......................... S ecretary Eugene Perry ,.....,...........,......,,..,.,,.,. Secretary Herbert Runyan ................................ Salesman Don Eliason ,.,..,..,..,...,.....,,....,.......... Salesman First row: Dennis Herman, Harvey Boyer, Stan Green, Dale Bockstadter, Dan Carter, Russell Davis, Henry Maas, Don Eliason, Er- nest Furness, Eddie Selberg, Ronald Jones, Ronald Price. Second row: Bob Roberts, Bill Coldwell, Mike Witter, William Cox, Maylon Schwanz, Glenn Barth, Dick Hartsock, Bob Church, Wesley Hylen, Kenneth Guinn, Billy Knowles. Third row: Norman Webb, Lee Noble, Bob Morrison, Edward Beaird, Walter Lindsey, Stanley Fredenberg, Bob Taylor, Eugene Perry, Herbert Runyan, Mr. Frost. Others: Zane Miller, Jim Stockton, Buddy Steele, Arlis Heifrin. Mr. Iolin FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Jack Robins .......... ................. P resident Gilbert Cobb ....... ........,......... P resident Gilbert Cobb ..... ...... V ice President Jack Robins ........ ..... V ice President Sandy Thayer ...... .................... S ecretary Willard Wilson ...... .... ............... S e cretary Earl Dean ............................,............... Salesman Gene Bokemeier ..,.................,,....,..... Salesman First row: Lauren Moulton, Raymond Bauer, Jim Sawyer, Devane Goldan, Frank Hodgson, Gilbert Cobb, Wilbur Garrison, Kenneth Greenfield, Jerry Lodge, Earl Dean. Second row: John Somers, Duane Wells, Clarence McEdWard, Douglas Mitchell, Del- bert Rarney, Kenneth Arbour, Palmer Elling- -Form son, Arden Manning, Earl Goll, Mr. Jolin. Third row: Bob Stott, Jack Robins, Howard Fitzgerald, Sandy Thayer, Ted Leach, Tom Burgess, Stanley J org, Raymond Alferd, Wil- lard Wilson, Jack Wommelsdorf, Gene Boke- meier, Richard Hauzenberger. Others: Larry Moran, Bob Noce. E1 H THE ALKI - 1948 Miss Kirwin FIRST SEMESTER Bonnie Jones ..,..,.... .............. P resident Elaine Meredith .,..., ,..... V ice President Marian Downing ........,...................,... Secretary Despo Koupas .i..............,..,...........,.... Salesgirl First row: Carolyn Arnold, Annabelle Grenier, Mary Ann Sherblom, Lorraine Lud- wig, Despo Koupas, Marian Downing, Alice Vehrs, JoAnn Chronis, Patsy Hart, Lois Wol- ken, Freddie Ann Laws. Second row: Ethel Ramus, Dona Stevens, Bonnie Jones, Lois Brewe, Barbara Farree, Elaine Meredith, Shirley Nagel, Lois Kloster, Lois Burnett, SECOND SEMESTER Lorine Lugenbuhl .,..... .............,.,. P resident Despo Koupas ..,.,..,, ..... V ice President Lois Wolken .....,......,,...,.......,..,..,........ Secretary Marilyn Spady ..,.....,...,,.,..,..........,,..... Salesgirl Mary Ann LeBouef, Miss Kirwin. Third row: Beverly Jorgensen, Susan Fitzgerald, De- lores Davis, Helen Alexander, Marilyn Spady, Marion Alferd, Juanita Gamon, Jean Christ- ensen, Dorothy Patrycks, Rosabel Baty, Shir- lee, Pickett, Mary McKee, Lorine Luginbuhl. Others: Claire Mcllvain. Mrs. Kuhn FIRST SEMESTER Nancy Payton .....,..,..., ..,............. P resident Virginia Blackwell ....,. ....... V ice President Lucille Wolken ..,....,.......................... Secretary Merle Hartley ..,....,..................,........... Salesgirl First row: Nancy Payton, Betty Roeder, Lynette Gardner, Imogene Lee, Arlene Nur- hing, Lucille Wolken, Juanita Quinn, Ethel Allen. Second row: Beverly Beck, Ardyce Davis, Bonnie Drury, Virginia Blackwell, Sheree Lance, Lois Short, Barbara Hale, SECOND SEMESTER Bonnie Drury ..... .............. P resident Ardyce Davis ......, ..... V ice President Dorothy Davis ........,........................... Secretary Arlene Buzzini .................................... Salesgirl Dorothy Davis, Arlene Buzzini. Third row: Mrs. Kuhn, Yvonne Kamp, Betty Ray, Merle Hartley, Leatha Brown, Barbara Wallis, Marjorie Christiansen, Geraldine Klein, Ma- celle McKeag. Others: Betty Bergren, Janet Sebo, Marjorie Spaulding, Eva Dennis. NINEI Y I HE THE ALKI - 1948 Mr. Lyons FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Robert Fernea ,.... ,.....,,.....,., P resident John Christensen ,,.,,,, .,,..,,..,...,. P 'resident Bob Armfield ...... ....... V ice President Bob Gladson .,.,....,.... ...... V ice President Donald Bleth ..........,............................. Secretary Don Whitenack .,.............................. Sec'reta'ry Dorland Kirk ........,......................,........ Salesman Donald Bleth ....,....,..,,.,...,...,.............. Salesman First row: Dorland Kirk, Richard Pedersen, Bob Gladson, Bob Herb, Duane Ross, Bill Hunt, Harry Boyer, Marvin Sutter, Herbert Lieser. Second row: Norman Davis, John Christensen, Don Whitenack, Donald Miller, Bob Armfield, Al Price, Ray Small, James Rhodes, Ken Cooper, Ervin Frank, Dick McVicker. Third row: Mr. Lyons, Bill Carr, Bob Fernea, Frank Brumfiel, Dale Hutchison, Jim Scotton, Richard Baronovich, Robert Harris, Don Bleth, Don Nelson, Don Wardrop. Othes: Wayne Andrews, Jake Mortensen, Joe Richardson. Mr. Shields FIRST SEMESTER Dick Moore .......... ..............,.. P resident Duane Allen ....,... ........ V ice President Jim George ,.,, ,....., .........,... S e 'cretary Phillip Hoke ......................................,. Salesman First row: James Raynor, Donald Dixon, Bob Shepherd, Dick Mudge, Jerry Collard, Walter Lawhead, Larry Bonebrake, Craig Stone, Allen Murdock, Nordean Beacock. Second row: Russell Archer, Jack Beckel, John Westby, Dick Moore, Bill Dunn, Torn Rayburn, Jim Martin, Bob Crockford, Bob NINETY-Six SECOND SEMESTER Larry Johnson ...,... ...,........... P resident Dick Moore ,.,........ ...... V ice President Phillip Hoke ,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,....,,,,,,,, Secretary Duane Allen Salesman Harshman, Ronnie Archer, Mr. Shields. Third row: Duane Allen, Jim George, Bob Thomp- son, Larry Johnson, Ed Karchesy, Dick Pio, John Bursey, Phillip Hoke, Dan Kimsey, Bob Cardon, Bill Crawford, Jim Castrey. Others: Ken Fitzgibbon, Floyd Robinson, Alvin Stut- zer, Tom Leach, Woodford Hart. THE 'QALKI - 1 94'8 Mr. Whitmore FIRST SEMESTER Vernon Ernter ...,... ..,.,...,,.. P resident Gay Dacus ................ ...,... V ice President Marvin Woolf .............................,..,,.. Secretary Charles Andersen ...,.....,..............,......, Salesman First row: Ronnie Schlitz, Orson Raven- berg, Franklin Jones, Bruce Thompson, Bill Bellingar, Marvin Woolf, Gordon Lehr, Don Myers, Bob Colgrove. Second row: Mr. Whit- more, Bill Gooding, Floyd Ulrick, Don Hol- ter, Jerry Wilson, Bob Harlan, Edgar Haak- enstad, Alex Heberlein, Bernard Morris, SECOND SEMESTER Bernard Morris ....,... ...,,.....,..,... P resident Vernon Emter .....,. ........ V ice President Bob Skaaden ........,,,,.......................... Secretary Don Myers ........,.,....,............................ Salesman Charles Andersen. Third row: Dean Vilan- der, Ronnie Knauss, Richard Rhodes, Tom Miksch, Gay Dacus, Bob Gibbons, Bob Skaa- den, Don Olson, Vernon Emter, Verlyn Fletcher. Others: Gene Bainbridge, Bob Barnhill, Francis Charlesworth, Bill Earing, Bill Pfister, Lloyd Robinson, George Sundem. Mr. Wood :FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Pat Lemon ...... ................ P resident Ben Sloane .,....,.,,...... ...........,.,,... P resident Jim Walling ......... ....... V ice President Bud Standiford ....,... ......,. V ice President J im-Miller ..............,.................,.........., Secretary Bill Miller ................,.................,.,,...... Secretary Eddie Forsyth ...............,...................... Salesman First row: Jerry Robinson, Allan McNeal, Orville Schram, Artie Supina, Bud Standi- lord, Charlie Morris, LeRoy Hart, Ray Bain- ter, Harvey Heimbuch. Second row: Mr. Wood, Albert Reymond, Harold Powell, Al- bert Gosiak, Bill Boyd, Clifford Andrews, Duane Kinnunen, Francis Esch, Eddie For- J 1m Walling .,.....,..........................,,.... Salesman syth. Third row: Carl Zent, Carroll Nelson, Bob Hopkins, Ben Sloane, Robert Gill, Bob Hoeft, .James Sanders, Bill Miller. Others: Dick Mode, Jim Walling, Don White, Ray Vance, Patrick Lemon, John Hendrickson, Melvin Driver, Howard Daniel, Don Ben- jamin, Charles Christensen. NLNETY Si-AEN THE ALKI - 1948 Abrams, Sally Adams, Gayle Aldridge, Doris Alexander, Helen Alferd, Marion Alferd, Raymond Allen, Duane Allen, Ethel Alvis, Mavis Alvord, Joan Andrews, Clifford Andrews, Wayne Andersen, Charles Andersen, Patricia Anderson, Shirlee Arbour, Kenneth Archer, Ronnie Archer, Russell Armfield, Bob Arnold, Carolyn Arnold, Raymond Bain, Norma Bainbridge, Gene Bainter, Raymond Baker, Carol Baldridge, Beverly Barnhill, Bob Baranovich, Richard Barth, Glenn Baty, Rosabel Bauer, Raymond Beacock, Nordean Beaird, Edward Beck, Beverley Beckel, Jack Bedell, Esther Bell, Cloyce Bellamy, Bernice Bellingar, Bill Benjamin, Don Bergren, Betty Bergquist, Letha Blackwell, Virginia Bleth, Donald Boadwine, Phyllis Boal, Elsie Bockstadter, Dale Bokemeier, Gene Boley, Rosalie Bonebrake, Larry Boyd, Bill Boyer, Harry Boyer, Harvey Bramble, Pat Brantner, Pat Brewe, Lois Brown, Leatha Browning, Shirley Brumfiel, Frank Buetow, Marilyn Buker, Nona Bullock, Billee Burgess, Thomas Burnett, Betty Burnett, Lois Bursey, John NINETY-EIGHT Sophomore Class Ro l Buzzini, Arlene Castre y, Jimmie Cardon, Bob Carr, William Carter, Carter, Daniel Phyllis Cavens, Janet Chalquest, Dena Charlesworth, Francis Christensen, Charles Christensen, Jean Christensen, John Christiansen, Marjorie Chronis, Joann Church, Bob Clark, Dorothy Cobb, Gilbert Coldwell, William Colgrove, Bob Collard, Jed Cooper, Ken Cotton, Glenda Cox, William Crawford, Bill Crockford, Robert Dacus, Gaylon Daniel, Howard Davis, Ardyce Davis, Charlene Davis, Delores Davis, Delores M. Davis, Dorothy Davis, Helen Davis, Norman Davis, Russell Dean, Dolores Dean, Jesse Dennis, Eva Dewey, Helen Dietrich, Carol Dineen, Leona Dirks, Joan Dixon, Donald Douglas, Mary Downing, Marian Drew, Phyllis Driver, Melvin Drury, Bonnie Dunn, William Earing, William Eliason, Don Ellingson, Palmer Efmter, Vernon Esch, Francis Evans, Dimple Farree, Barbara Fernea, Robert Fishel, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Howard Fitzgerald, Susan Fletcher, Verlyn Forsyth, Eddie Fountain, Barbara Frank, Ervin Fredenberg, Stanley Furness, Ernest Galbraith, Ellen Gamon, Juanita Gardner, Lynette Garrison, Wilbur Genz, Joyce George, James Gibbons, Robert Gill, Eleanor Gill, Robert Gladson, Bob Goedert, Henrietta Goldan, Devane Goll, Earl Gooding, William Gorsline, Helen Gosiak, Albert Green, Joyce Green, Stan Greenfield, Kenneth Grenier, Annabelle Guinn, Kenneth Haakonstad, Edgar Hale, Barbara Hall, Betty Hanson, Jean Hanson, Lorna Harlan, Bob Harris, Robert Harshman, Robert Hart, LeRoy Hart, Patricia Hart, Woodford Hartley, Merle Hartsock, Richard Harwood, Bonnie Jones, Ronald Jorg, Stanley Jorgensen, Beverly Kamp. Yvonne Kates, Dorothy Kelso, Virginia Ketron, Donna Keyser, Norma Kimsey, Robert Kinnamon, Doris Kinnunen, Duane Kirk, Dorland Klein, Geraldine Kloster, Lois Knauss, Ronald Knowles, Billy Koons, Charlotte Koppe, Beverly Koupas, Despo Lance, Sheree Larsen, Eileen Lauber, Loraine Lawhead, Walter Laws, Freddie Ann Leach, Ted Leach, Tommy LeBouef, Mary Ledgerwood, Lois Lee, Imogene Lehr, Gordon Lemon, J. Patrick Lieser, Herbert Lindsay, Waltci' Linscott, Dorothella Lodge, Jerry Hauzenberger, Richard Loree, Loris Heberlein, Alexander Hedin, Martha Heifrln, Arlis Heimbuch, Harvey Hendrickson, Jack Herb, Bob Herman, Dennis Herndon, Martha Hodgson, Frank Hohensee, Phyllis Holfft, Bob Hoke, Phillip Holter, Donald Hood, Donna Belle Hopkins, Bob Hopkins, Gloria Hopkins, Sherley Huff, Janet Hughes, Virginia Hunt, Betty Hunt, William Hutchinson, Dale Hutchison, Joanne Hylen, Wesley Jerome, Donna Johnson, Delores Johnson, Lawrence Johnson, Shirley Jones, Bonnie Jones, Franklin Lowry, Grace Ludwig, Lorraine Luginbuhl, Lorine McCarty, Lois McDunn, Patricia McEdward, Clarence McGilchrist, Phyllis Mcllvain, Clara Lynn McKeag, Macelle McKee, Mary Mc-Laughlin, Mary Mt-Namer, Donna McNeal, Allan McViCker, Richard Maas, Henry Manning, Arden Marsh, Lawana Martin, James Melton, Sally Meredith, Elaine Middleton, Donna Miksch, Tom Miller, Donald Miller, William Miller, Zane Miner, Gertrude Mitchell, Edgar Mode, Dick Moore, Richard Moran, Larry Morgan, Edith Morris, Bernard Morris, Charley Morris, Gladys Morrison, Robert Mortensen, Jake Moulton, Lauren Mroczek, Helen Mudge. Richard Murdock, Allen Myers, Don Nadgwick, Dolores Nagel, Shirley Nelson, Carroll Nelson, Donald Neumann, Phyllis Newkirk, Beverley Nichols, Terry Noble, Walter Noce, Robert Nuhring, Arlene O'Connor, Molly Olson, Donald Olson, Kitty Ordway, Iva Parker, Wanda Parkhurst, Gertrude Patryks, Dorothy Payton, Nancy Pedersen, Richard Pendergraft, Nancy Perdue, Virginia Perry, Glenn Perry, Harrictta Pfister, Billy Philpot, Jo Pickett, Shirlee Pio, Richard Plummer, Shirley Powell, Harold Price, Alfred Price, Roberta Price, Ronald Quinn, Juanita Ramey, Delbert Ramus, Ethel Ray, Betty Raynor, James Ravenberg, Orson Rayburn, Thomas Record, Rozina Reymond, Albert Rhodes, James Rhodes, Richard Richardson, Joe Rivet, Lois Robb, Sue Roberts, Robert Robins, .lack Robinson, Floyd Robinson, Jerry Robinson, Lloyd Roeder, Betty Ann Rogers, June Ross, Duane Ruge, Delores -- THE ALKI - 1948 Runyan, Herbert Sanders, James Sawyer, Jimmie Schiltz, Ronald Schimelpfenig, Lois Scholz, Elsie Schram, Orvalle Schwanz, Maylon Scotton, James Sebo, Janet Sellberg, Eddie Shepherd, Robert Sherblom, Mary Short, Lois Skaaden, Bob Sloane. Ben Small, Ray Smith, Nancy Smith, Verneice Snider, Jo Snyder, Wanda Sobolewski, Elsie Somers, John Spady, 'Marilyn Spaulding, Marjorie Spence, Betty Standiford, Merle Stark, Connie Steel, Buddy Stevens, Dona Stockton, James Stone, Craig Stott, Robert Stutzer, Benedict Sundem, George Supina, Artie Marvin Sutter, Talley, Marlene Taylor, Robert Birdie Terry, Thayer, Sanford Thompson, Bruce Thompson, Dianne Thompson, Marjorie Thompson, Robert Thomson, Dorothy Tweed, JoAnne Ulrivh, Floyd Autographs Vance, Ray Vehrs, Alyce Vilander, Dean Walling, Jimmy Wallis, Barbara VVardrop, Donald VVatson, Arlene VVebb, Norman Wells, Donald Vlfesthy, John White, Don VVhite, Shirley Whitenaek, Donald Whitfield, Gail Whitrnek, Barbara VVilson Beverly Wilson, Gerald Wilson, Willard Wineberg, Sella Winn, Dorothy Withers, Lillie Witter, Mike Wolf, Maureen Wolken, Lois Wolken, Lucille VVomelsdorf, Jack VVood, Blanche Woods, Marlene l.Voo1f, Marvin Yabs, Betty Young, Beaula Zent, Carl NINETY lN1xF THE ALKI - 1948 ONE HUNDRED Autographs THE ALKI -M 1948 Autographs ONE TTITNDRED ONE


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