Vashon Island High School - Vashonian Yearbook (Vashon, WA)

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E 13 ml QM 5 ,A mum www W wi gwig Vaslzouiau f-QM ' My ...:'f:, S.. 3' E , ,.--' DEDICATION We, the Class of '55, would like to dedicate our annual to a man who we feel has enriched our school life. With fairness in sports and classroom, too, his influence has been felt and appreciated. A salute goes to you, Mr. Tiland, and we wish you happiness and success in the coming years. As a Teacher As a Coach As a Fathe I gzzfulfy Sf -svgm 2 ' 6 5 N6 1H'1,o 10" ff ! g?i ., g H. R. BARTON, Superintendent B.A., M.Ed. I do not keep a scrap book to remind me of the past, I much prefer to look to the future. There are, however, many incidents of the past that are a part of my life that I cannot forget. Our present actions and living are a reflection of the past. I try to remember the pleasant things about an individual or an incident and forget the un- pleasant. Sometimes, however, the unpleasant happenings make us realize our weaknesses and strengthens us for the duties ahead. Let us use our memories only as they help us for the future. Just daily routine. Hal Barton, Superintendent AUGUST BUSE, Principal B.A., M.Ed. Congratulations to each of you for your share in making this past school year such a success. Day by day you have built our record at Vashon, as day by day you have added to your own treasure chest of memories. I am sure you will leaf through these pages some years from now and be reminded of your busy school schedule, the challenge of parti- cular classes, the excitement of games, the thrill of a school dance, and most of all the warmth and sincerity of high school friend- ships. Your faculty hopes that they have aided you, both intellectually ancl socially, to adjust your- selves to the modern world in which you live. For all through life you will find that no man can be his own guide, his own philosopher, or his own friend. To get along with others will have been one of your greatest accomplish- ments, both in the past and in the future. It's filled for this year. Mr. Buse AUGUST R. BUSE B.A., M.Ed. University of Washington Economics, Sociology GERTIE GAMELL B B . .A. University of Washington Commercial Subiects ROSEMARIE CHANDLER A.B. Vassar, University of Washington, New England Conservatorg of Music English, Latin, panish, French ARDEN IBSEN B.A. Washington State College Mechanical Drawing, Shop X . MY WILLIAM S. LANE B.A. University of Washin ton, Intermountain Union Colage journalism, Physics, Science, Mathematics LESLIE E. WALDEN B.F.A., M.S. Nebraska State College, Catholic University ot merica, University of Pennsylvania Band, Chorus ROY L. OSTROM B.A. Washington State College Social Science, United States History, Washington State History ROBERT G. CHILDS B.S. University of Utah, University of Washington Mathematics, Washington State History, Reading - ' Elf . ., , t- ,f .w ig I 3 A in CLADYS KENN ETT B.A. University of Washington, Washington State College Physical Education, English S fi-ff We 5, if p .?ffs2,Q!?.'. - -:E'r5:"ir'e 131- - ..f 4 ,-gL. 5' .aff-fig: 5 'Y is ' iff PHYLLIS POLAND B.A. Kansas Wesleyan Univer- sity, University of Wichita, University of Michigan, luilliard School of Music Girls' Ensemble ' MATTIE FINNEY B.S., M.A. Tennessee State College, George Peabody Colle e Art, Home Economics Qigo- ...,.f" DONALD L. LAKE B.A. Linfield College English LYNN G. ROBINSON B. of Ed. Central Washington College of Education Biology, Chemistry, Driving EVERETT TILAND B.A. in Ed. Western Washing- ton College of Education Physical Education, Algebra Gln Our Spare Time" I-F ou. 'YYllf These Two-- Mf. Walfhy' Jr-'In 'Rabi-nsow our. o The FEQR. 'X of fha buL5- mf. 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Yes, as we've always said, "Hurray for the Class of '55." l I l ROY OSTROM Advisor '63 li" wt., -i W v r ARTHUR LANE ANDERSON "Why work when you can loaf and get awa with it?" Stage Crew 43 i-linx Staff 4 Winter Concert 3, 43 Spring Concert 3, 43 Chorus Festival RUTH ELLEN BAKER Men are her pet peeve, but being friendly is her daily habit, Entered from Peninsula High School 33 G.A.A. 3, 43 Debate 33 junior Play 33 Polka Dot 3, 43 Senior Play 43 F.H.A. 43 Mother's Tea 43 Spring Con- cert 43 Winter Concert 43 Chorus Festival143 Senior Play MAXINE IOY BEALL Flowers, floviversg that's her ine. Honor Society 23 Pep Club 3, 43 G.A.A. l, 2, 33 Office 4: Drill Team 2, 43 Mother's Tea 1, 3, 43 Spring Concert 1, Z, 3, 43 Glee Club 13 Girls' Let- ter Club 2, 3, 43 Polka Dot 3, 43 Winter Concert I, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 43 Homecoming Princess 'I3 Tri-Hi-Y Z: Hi-linx 43 Girls' Club Cabinet 3, 4, G.A.A. Exe- cutive Board 23 Student Coun- cil 3, 43 Class Secretary 23 Vice President of Pep Club 33 G.A.A. Secretary 33 Girls' Let- ter Club Vice-President 23 Girls' Letter Club President 33 Girls' Club President 43 Music Festival 4. l X , -C IOANNE IUNE CHRISTENSEN Has anyone seen Betty? Cheerleader 13 Glee Club ll F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I, ZZ Polka Dot 33 Mother's Tea I, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. Secretary 33 Spring Concert I, 43 Winter Concert I, 4. y , MAVIS RUTH EDENSWORD When it comes to sewing, nothing is impossible. Entered from Clover Park 4g Honor Society 43 G.A.A. 4 Senior Class Play 43 F.H.A. 4 Drill Team 4. 12' 1 ,S SN. ,ef A M, DANIEL ROBERT BACON lust fix'n' my car! Stage Crew 3: Scoreboard 43 Paddle Squad 23 Senior Play 4. as r Milli DIANA LEE BALDWIN Destined to be an artist, and shows signs of success. Polka Dot I, 43 Mother's Tea I, 2, 43 Honor Society 33 Stage Crew 33 Drill Team 43 Annual Staff 43 Girls' Ensemble 43 Glee Club lg Music Festival l, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Winter Con- cert l, 2, 3, ihgpring Concert S! is 's wx. GLORIA ANN BROWN ln commercial subiects of every kind, Gloria really toe's the line. Glee Club li G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Letter Club 3. 4: Sec- retary of G.A.A. 4: Secretary of Girls' Letter Club 33 Senior Play 43 Office 43 Library 43 Pep Club 43 Spring Concert l. 43 Mother's Tea 1, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival 4. THOMAS ALBERT COOK A Put a drawing pencil in his hand and his imagination does the rest. Entered from Highline High School 43 Intramural Sports 41 Basketball 43 Play Committee 43 Withdrawn january, 1955. J SALLY LOU EDSON With iournalism and typing she's as busy as a bee. Glee Club I3 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 2, 33 Pep Club 3, 43 Mother's Tea l, 2, 43 Spring Concert ly Girls' Letter Club 43 Intramural Sports 3, 43 Pep Club Secretary-Treasurer 43 F.H.A. 2, 45 Winter Concert 1. A RICHARD LAWRENCE ELLINGSEN He has two speeds: high for the roads, low for classroom. Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball I5 Baseball 1. 2: I-effefm9'l'S Club 2, 3, 4. O, Q 2, -Ze 'sf' H . 331' ax 3 S ,W time a 5 1 -r -I ,i am ie fl I, I ii ' Q ,,,, . I SALLY RAE EVANS With the flute she raises notes on high! Polka Dot I, 3, 45 Class Play 45 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Mother's Tea 'l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Letter Club Z5 Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society Z, 35 Pep Club 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 35 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Winger Concert I, 2, , 4. PATRICIA ANN GATES Specializes in sports. G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Mother's Tea I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Letter Club 45 Senior Play 45 Christmas Program I5 Spring Concert I5 Glee Club I. IOSEPH SANDWITH GREEN l'm going fishing! Frosh Football I5 Football 2, 3, 45 Frosh Basketball I5 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 43 Boys' Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Lettermen's Club President 45 Boys' Club Sergeant at Arms 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4. a o, , ...si .xr . ,Q .r,- -so . -, .gn .. ,I -f. .. Q I - 1 ,,, i .E ii 5 ,U- ll' . we ' 'S t gig wi ht . ., J SX ip . ., .,, if s .I I E., I it x, x,w 1455 gs., ,K sf aegis Q 5 if. ., 2 ' e. .- ........ . -,cy-. o 5 . RICHARD HAACK Recognized by the cars he drives. L ' Football Manager I5 Senior Play 45 Hi-Y 45 Intramural Basket- ba I. 'T' -err 4 Q Q F S, b ie- .5 'I tj f rv fr , .r.. ..r.. eb., X ' K Y ' H e mfefr . 5 l iff. 2. I s 'gf 5 .iff 2,5 352+ Q 'P .r CAROL IANE ELMORE A WAVE is wgat she wants to e. G.A.A. I5 Mother's Tea I, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Program 35 Spring Concert 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Library 45 Hi-linx 4. Ig Winter Concert 3, 45 F.H.A. THOMAS DAVID FINNEGAN Photography is his best! junior Pla? Senior PIay5 Moth- er's Tea 5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Intra- mural 3, 4: Tennis 3: With- drawn February, 1955. EH SUSAN EVELYN GRANT Her laugh is heard throughout the school. Honor Society Z, 45 Pep Club 45 G.A.A. , 45 Office 4: Mother's Tea 2, 3, 45 Home- coming Program 2, 3, 45 Spring Concert 35 Glee Club 25 Hi- Iinx 45 Polka Dot 3, 45 Girls' Ensemble 3, 45 junior Play 35 F.H.A. 3, 45 Class Vice-Presi- dent 35 F.H.A. President 4. IANICE ELAINE GUST We know her from the library. F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Polka Dot I, 3: Girls' Ensemble 35 Library I, 3, 45 Glee Club I5 Home- coming Program 35 Mother's Tea I. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Iinx 4. l 'QI MARY ELLA HARTLEY School is secondary! Glee Club I5 Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 45 Winter Concert I, 2, 35 Mother's Tea I, 45 F.H.A. 4. x I IQ ' 2 , 4 Yi, ELLSWORTH SHELDON , HEDMAN . 'K y Football, basketball, bl' MARY LOU HARTMANN too, is there anything at etrc Let the drums speak! that Wood! can't do? All-School Play l, Polka Dot Honor Society , 3, 4, Mother's 1, 2, 4:c5ip:ng Zogcelt 1, 2, 3, IeaP2I,k Spgng Cogceart 1, 2, 3, 2 ep u , . . .lg Mass , o a ot 1, , :Football Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Solo at I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, W' t r M,E.N.C. 3, Drum Solo at W. Concert I, 3, Homecoiilirfg C.M.E.A. Comperirion Festival Prince 2: Music Festival 1, 2. 3, 4, Honor Society 4. z,l?,1Bas2ketl5all42, 3, 4, Base- -1 , , , , ettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- ,,.Mw,,,,m cil 2, 4, A.S.B. Vice-President .- ,,,, 4, Freshman Basketball 1, Boys' Club Secretary 3, Lettermen's ,r j Q '-,- Club Secretary 3, Honor Socie- , ty President 4. - 2 si TZ, ,,, 1 ae? f I , ,. Vi. I3 ix .s Q X , gk 13 : x Lk 393 1 R. f' We fi Q, as ,wif a sewi I . THEA SSEDA HOELSKEN My name isn't Holstein! Entered from Holy Names Academy 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Girls' Letter Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 4, F.H.A. Vice-President 3, Pep Club 4, Mother's Tea 3, 4, Winter Concert 3, 4, junior Play 3, Polloa Dot 4, Girls' En- semble 3, 4, Honor Society 3, F. H. A. Parliamentarian 4, Homecoming Program 3, Senior Play 4, Girl's Ensemble 3, 4. SONYA ELAINE IENSEN Our little girl Friday. G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Letter Club 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 4, Glee Club I, Spring Concert 1, 4, Office 3, 4, Library 4, F.H. A. 4, Mother's Tea I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Polka Dot l. FREDRICK ARNOLD LANDERS Someone once said, "Size doesn't make a man" - l think it was Fred. Hi-Y 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 1. .--1 if if' 'K X, 1: xy MARTIN EDWIN LARSON Mathematical and scientifical brains has he. Mother's Tea 2, Homecoming Program 1, Polka Dot 3, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 1, 2, Freshman Basketball 1, Let- termen's Club Z, 3, 4, Boys' Club Cabinet 2. ve 2 ,sane WX Fi X if 3 X, xv. 2, -5 LOUISE MINNIE HOLERL, Love me, love my racket. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Singles Championship in Tennis 2, 3, 4, Girls' Letter Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Executive Board 2, 3, 4, Girls' Letter Club President 4, G.A.A. Vice-President 4, G.A.A. Presi- dent 3, Girls' Letter Club Vice- President Z, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club Cabinet 1, 4' Pep Club 3, 4, Honor Society 2, F,H.A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, ' Team 2, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Polka Dot Revue I, Z, 4, Moth- Glee Club 1, Spring Concert Drill ,fm if er's Tea 1, Z, 3, 4, Debate - as at ROBERT LOEL KALLAND He's short, dark and handsome. Hi-Y 4, Basketball 3, 4, Base- ball 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Boys' Club Vice-President 4, Letter- men's Club Vice-President 4, Boys' Club Cabinet 2, Home- coming Program 1. FRANCES LUCILLE LARSE Very active in mind as well school affairs. Songleader 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Honor Society Secre- tary-Treasurer 2, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Mother's Tea 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Girls' Letter Club Z, 3, 4, Polka Dot l, 3, 4, Girls' Club Cabinet 2, 3, Girls' Club Treasurer 3, lunior Play 3, F:H.A. 2, 4, Annual Editor 4, Executive Board G.A. A. 2, 4, G.A.A. Vice-President 2, G.A.A. President 4, Secre- tary of Class 1, 3, Vice-Presi- dent of Class 4, Girls' State 3, Senior Play 4. .r 1 ROBERTA LOUISE LARSON The quiet and shy type. Glee Club 1, Winter Concert 1 F.H.A. 4, Spring Concert 1 Polka Dot 1, Mother's Tea 1 4, Senior Play 4. lg .F .,.. tr v 'Qe UL. :bfi S GARY LEON LEWIS The man who made our last year bright. Spring Concert 3, 4: Football 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Winter Concert l, 3: Band Festival 3, 4: Bas- ketball 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Baseball Manager l, 2: Senior Class President 4: junior Play 3: Polka Dot 3, 4. 3 . LARRY RICHARD LONTZ Seldom can you ever find, Brains and personality combined Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Hi-Y 3, 4: junior Play 3: Homecoming 2, 3: Mother's Tfa33: Stage Crew he Y . ,C jr GLEN EARL McCORMlCK Hunting season is here- l'm there! Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. jo , Q E if We 4 . IANET LOUISE MIDDLING Look in the office, you'lI find here there. G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Letter Club 3, 4: Mother's Tea 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert l: Glee Club l: Office 3, 4: Pep Club 4: F.H.A. 4: G.A.A. Executive Board 4: Polka Dot l: Senior Play 4. lm. KAREN ODELL She came to us with a bit of West Seattle in her manner. Entered from West Seattle High 3: Pep Club 4: Drill Team 4: Mother's Tea 3, 4: F.H.A. 4: junior Play 3: Spring Con- cert 4: Polka Dot 3, 4: Winter Concert 4: Music Festival 4: Songleader 3: Senior Play 4. J jr" , I, 4 Q .wi il-J' i I Q' ew ? .. ig, ii X n .. Q i-my , IOHN ARNOLD LEWIS His one ambition is to be a secretary. Spring Concert 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Football Manager 1, 2: Football 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Frosh Basketball l: Lettermen's Club Secretary-Treasurer 4: Class Treasurer 2: A.S.B. Secretary 4: lunior Prince for Homecom- ing 3. J X 1 IIMMIE DARRELL LYNCH A hunting l will go. Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Football l: Stage Crew 3: Baseball 3, 4. v X 4 IOAN ELIZABETH McLEOD x If there's bills to be paid - just ask loan. Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Drill Team 2, 4: Mother's Tea l, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l: Girls' Ensemble 4: Girls' Letter Club 2, 3, 4: Polka Dot l, 3, 4: Winter Concert 3, 4: Piano Accompanist 3, 4: Music Festival l, 2, 3. 4' Assistant Treasurer of A.S.B. Treasurer of A.S.B. 4: Stude Council 3, 4: Secretary-Treas-' urer of Pep Club 3: Sophomore Vice President 2: Vice Presi- dent of Hor:1orYSoi:iety 3: Trl- I- . li - .JN WILLIAM CLYDE MILLER Will be remembered as an athlete and a wolf. Frosh Football: Football 2, 3, 4: Frosh Basketball: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Boys' Club Cabinet 2: Baseball I, 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Senior Play 4: Band Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus Festival 4: Winter Concert l, 2, 3, 4: Spring Con- cert l, 2, 3, 4: Polka Dot l, 3, 4: Mother's Tea 2. ESTHER LEORA OLSON Lose anything? just ask her Dad about it. G.A.A. l: F.H.A. 3, 4: Polka Dot l: Glee Club l: Mother's Tea 2, 3: Spring Concert I, 3, 4: Winter Concert l, 3, 4: Hi-linx 4: Library 4. 1 l 95. 6, -v 'E my, Q gf ., '7' ELEANOR MARGUERITE , We PERKINS 'i ' 3 You will know her by her ebony hair. Annual Staff 43 Student Coun- cil lg Honor Society Z, 3, 4, Honor Society Secretary-Treas- urer 3, Mother's Tea l, 2, 3, 4, Polka Dot Revue l, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 43 Pep Club Vice- President 43 G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, Office Staff 3: Girls' Glee Club l, 23 Girls' Ensemble 4: Drill Team 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Z3 Winter Concert I, 2, 3, 43 Homecoming Program 33 Chorus Festival I, 1.55. 3, 4: Firing Concert I, 3, 4: 0' Piano ccompaniest 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. . jg., 'gf ."'1jii'gf,-, . . i . jOY DE ETTE RICE Known for her long brown hair, often seen in a pony tail. Entered from Del Norte 3, Li- brary 43 Mother's Tea 3, 4. Y 4 P' , ,.s 4 f 'S li s iff 1oERf:EN HERBERT scHAoE Big boy with voice a la basso. Hi-jinx 4, Stage Crew 3, Frosh Bootball lg Basketball 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Ten- nis I, 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer 45 Spring Concert 3, 4, Winter Concert 3, 4: Music Festival 3, 45 Frosh Basketball I. I yn H 1. uf... KARL LAWRENCE SINGER Not only guides his friends Q, ea., f' aright, but the student body . too. Xi Honor Society 2, 35 Homecom- wi ing Program I, 43 Glee Club lj Football 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4: junior Play 35 Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Annual Staff 43 A.S.B. Presi- dent 4: Frosh Basketball lg Boys' Club Cabinet Ig Class President 2. MERRITT RICHARD SMYTH When the cymbals crash you'll know it's him, Football I, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Polka Dot 1, 3, 4: Baseball 1. f si . , ,. , ,X 1 , -,rg T " . 'fi . as k -5 . 411'- vw Wt-hw lf? I -MN is I . jOSEPH INE ANTIONETTE PUZ2 She's known for her friends: boys included. A Honor Society 2, 43 Pep Club 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 43 Mother's Tea I, 2, 3, 43 Spring Concert I, 3, 49 Glee Club lg Polka Dot I, 3, 4: Winter Concert I, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Songleader 4: Senior Play 43 G.A.A. Executive Board 33 Stu- dent Council 4g Girl's Club Secretary 4: Pep Club Pre' dent 45 G.A.A. l, 2, if BONNIE LYNN RYAN A youngster in our class but she'll always keep you guessing. Honor Society 45 Pep Club 3, 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Office 43 Drill Team 23 Mother's Tea l, 2, 3, 43 Homecoming Program 13 Spring Concert 2, 3, 43 Glee Club lg Girls' Letter Club Z, 3, 43 Girls' Letter Club Vice- President 45 Polka Dot I, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble 4, junior Play 3: Winter Concert 3, 4, Piallk Accompanist 3, 49 Class Trea ,A urer lg Songleader 3, 4: Anej nal Staff 43 Tennis l, 2, 3, 44 Chorus Festival42, 3, 4, F.H.A. E A11 3 .,: jAMES ALLEN SCOTT Long. and lanky is his line but - is there a better kind? Spring Concert 3, 4: Senior Play 43 Junior Play 33 Polka Dot 31 olf 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Frosh Basketball Ig Chorus Festival 3, 4, Winter Concert 3, 4. i jEFFREY ALAN SMITH A redhead with a few 1,000 words. Honor Society 2, Student Council I, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4, Winter Concert I, 33 Polka Dot I, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 4: junior Play 3: Cheerleader 3, F.H.A. 43 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Leg- termen's Club Z, 3, 45 Man- ager I, Z, 3. fy t ts lk' 'Lx WILBUR EDWARD SPENCER You'Il find him behind the fi, I. ss sousaphone. X Mother's Tea 29 F.A.A. 45 Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 4: Polka Dot I, 3, 43 Football I, 2, 3, 49 Hi-Y 43 Stage Crew 3, 45 junior Play 3: Winter Concert 3, 43 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Club Treasurer 43 Letter- men's Club 3, 43 Student Coun- cil I, 43 Class President l. BETTY LOU SWENSON I can't seem to find loanne. Glee Club I, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, Polka Dot 3: Mother's Tea I, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 1, 4, Winter Concert I, 4. I is we DAVID IULIUS TELLVIK "The Cove Giant" Honor Society 2, 3, Spring Concert I, 2, Football 2, 3, I-li-Y 3, 4, Winter Concert 'l, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club President 3, Student Council 3, 4, Frosh Basketball I, Freshman Football I, Boys' Club President 4, Class Vice-President I. CLAUDIA IOANNE THOMAS She is known for her jewelry, she makes it herself. F.H.A. 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Letter Club Z, 3, 4, Spring Concert I: Glee Club I, Polka Dot I, Mother's Tea I, 3, 4, Library 3, 4, lunior Play 3, Winter Concert I. 1 5 5 KAREN LYNN UDELL I'm Udell, she's Odell! Band I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Z, Girls' Letter Club 3, 4, Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Mother's Tea I, 3, Polka Dot Revue I, 3, Honor Society 4, Glee Club I, Winter Concert 2, 3, 4, Barsd Festival I, 2, , 4. DENNIS LAING WHITE I'm happy-why shout! Stage Crew 4, Intramural Sports 3, Concession Stand I, Colt 4. t br .,..,, P2 ' ,1 .ff Fi. ' P 2 .M ,t QA' is - 4 CORWIN RANDALL SWIFT lust plain "Corky" to his friends. Football I, 2, Stage Crew 4, Polka Dot I. CARL MELVIN THELIN Quiet and meek but a worker is he. Senior Play 4, Library 2, In- tramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. f. VALENE ADAIR THOMSON Golden hair and golden voice. Entered from Annie Wright Seminary 3, Girls' Ensemble 3, 4, Honor Society 4, F.H.A. 4, Drill Team 4, Girls' Club Vice President 4, Polka Dot 3, 4, Homecoming Princess 3, Mad- rigal Group 3: G.A.A. 3, Hon- or Society Vice President 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Mother's Tea 3, 4: Winter Concert 3, 4' junior Play 3. tx A' S E Q. e I A by 1 CHARLES HENRY WATSON Seen behind the scenes. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Baseball 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Stage Crew I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew Manager 3, 4, Polka Dot I, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 4, Winter Con- cert l, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD DANIEL WILLSIE A radio amateur from Center. School Play I, junior Play 3, Stage Crew 2, Senior Play 4, Annual Staff 4, Homecoming Program I. 1 l . in .,.-. -I I X, ef Si I ie S eiear 225514 li KM f x. ff 5? KI F 45 gt? It ,, 9-'za haf, ,,2 wl,f'd Known to th faculty as: Anderson Bacon Baker Beall Elmore Evans Finnegan Green Gust Hartmann Hoelsken Larson Larson 5 Y. as Q Q We as 'S as McLeod Rice Singer Spencer Swift Thel in Thomas W aa-l D as Q- I K - i i H N D V g N 'V' ,L .la Q s i E L I .rza 1 it if i l - i' far 2 Q. l . . , -f'- L, A ' ,.VJV- Sf xx e Otherwise Noted for: Layne Loafing Danny Getting by Ellen Independence Max Temper Carol Walk Sally Flute Tom Curly Hair Joe Friendliness Janice Unquenchable spirit Mary Lou Drums Thea Willingness Marty Ambition Roberta Meekness Joany Highland Fling Joy Shyness Karl Brains Willy Tuba Corky Horse Mel Quietness Claudia Helping Kelly fi Pet Peeve Money-loving girls Oil-burning cars Conceited people Milk toast Show-offs Meetings Valve grinds and overhauls ???? Pests People carrying portable radios People who call me Hoelstein Chickens Know-it-alls Senior boys Vashon lsland boys Jeeps General public Temperamental people Chevrolets Cabbage .,k.,s ,, ksiktggigtl is sr KS 52 M5 mfrmw .A il FXS -,mf lm M Ig . -, . K v Q ,Q K i f Q 1 r 5' 2. ,.,.i K .X ' A ' :'QQ'rXpviXf.i53:- Tris 'f . fm ' A lfki ' - 1 5' ,Q . w X '0""" -f sr' ' 'f"'T411f-'R-5 if'f'6lfH"+s 95' '21 55 - Q rf' fiirfitffsrir rr ' - - . .1 .a,,,.firs,:Kjxk Qfymxk r LL 9 - lit.-gy in A ,gage , WI . riff Ambition Diesel Engineering Architect Nurse Swim English Channel Join WAVES Teacher Aeronautical Engineer Fisherman Business Music Doctor Radio Engineer Stenographer Marriage Marriage Air Force Pilot Diesel Engineer Build a fast sports car Designer of jewelry gs. we 5 an . m .L S. Rh j L ilsy , 'I 1 .- N -H' if E A "' ' A nk ,yr r . ' N , 1352 'V X 3. Q Q I I A l l r r. .,rr Dx,,,..'-jar' r oll 'fat ,Q X' .1""7v'f.-' i f 'Q' gt! In A sl A"- - rr l J' nnggfslitsb ss. " X. - - , l 'Q' I NS I Lf X A Et . Rx xg' - . ' .,---'--' gut-if 1 N m. C on us x. O D cv ED .nf .2 P Q1 U C O M Mary Ann O .C 'L E U7 CD 4- C o 2 ll C cu T9 ur GJ x. D. 6 C O .C LD O Y: I 'U W 4- V7 cv .Q .Q Q I T9 b YU Q O Of Q 'if J: L- C O ln TE 3 N O uf .E L -Q U3 .Q 'U 3 .Ll U -6 FU KD 4- LD I O x. fu .C Lf! xi O 4- 4cSurvive1l Three, One To Gow -rg. in 9, """'m 'x 'ix 3 C BEV GREENE Secretary MYLA SCHM l DT Vice-President juniars The Juniors' treasure chest of memories is almost full. One of the most precious treasures found is the memory of the Junior Prom which was held on the night of March l l. HIROSHI ONO President Like all the other classes the Juniors also have many boys who participate in sports. On the list of letter winners we find Denny Zim- nisky, Ed Kennett, 'Bob Hearst, Dave Church, and Hiroshi Ono. Not to be outdone by the boys the girls also have made a place for themselves in athletics. ln G.A.A. they honored by the class by winning the basketball championship. lt can be seen by the past record of this class that it will truly be ready and able to lead the school when they hold the coveted title of "Seniors" N DX X BARBARA HEIEN Treasurer S r 4 x K ws Q 5 S - . if lx' 1 swift . :f'f..NXfQw.'-vt DONALD LAKE ski Advisor wt f fs' K-Q Orchids just to look at. Party time! Patty f , f,-3 'E 1 ' , h . 0 H .. 4" 11 w ..,-'se-V '1 'R 'lb A iifQ?f3 ,, "IHS 15g j', 'yum is 'Q A ' ?'L 9 'gttfb --.. E B K 'Cl 5,2 'f',S,. sm x.. , 'Q it Nu.: 5 .- ,s 4 ,Q ?Qisx. 4, , 5 3 'xg f-Z. -v , ft fx V. X55 , . 'svAy -- X rrmu. N . si' T f Jffi' ,, ' E S X v X WTWO Gene By And The Best Two Still Ahead" illit i if ,N PP 'ua , W' MADELINE PUZ BARBARA BENZON PENNY PRICE President Vice-President Secretary Saphamares Among the jewels in our treasure chest we find a few that are labeled "Sophomore," We find that they have spent the past year under the capable leadership of Madeline Puz, their president. ln November the Sophomores sponsored a successful sock-hop after one of the football games. Speaking of ball games, there were several boys who participated in the major sports this year. Among them we find the names of Fred Putney, Charles Larson, Marcus Law, Reynold Priebe, and Dennis Sather who have earned letters in the past two years. The girls are also interested in athletics as can be seen by the large turn-out in C-.A.A. Although the class of '57 has some treasures already, the biggest and most precious are still to come. 'Q' 'CM Ms'-F S BYRDE ECKREM Treasurer ,.. Q t s l A is f . , . -A A 5, gjjxal -. Q MATTIE FINNEY Advisor wh. Linda at the mimeoscope. Is it Peter Rabbit or Sally? 5 o V1 L- GJ 'U c 41 .r: 3: 'U 3 '-x 6 ces Syan V1 V3 icld ing, F M V3 Barba . el Ferr CSS W: Fran O CZ D Z O U LU vm ai 4- FU no 3 o I c K1 o 'X C, 0 V7 .Q O U YU T C o .. fl! .Q an C, 0 411 Q .C o .C 4- 3 nz Q5 E fu c o .. GI .C uw 75 .C U 3 E I x. S 3 O CX Q E I +- Lester , Gayle Nelson, Leola 'C o .C Ln Z 0 :E GJ cl E fu 1 U o 4. an x: fU CU 'S 1:5 1: Ll GJ CU c M Q 'C 2 O .si .. an 1 2 CP CU ': 2 K5 P .li .9 U C L5 n. FU Q O .bt LD O M E M i erle Thurlby, M Chandler, Bobby mr Grim Cunningham, Dennis John phens, le cl S char Ri h FC Chu Jack Kidd, ndy Bergh, A rin, Harold No e Kranicevich, Bobby BV en, D Ro DD 5 U 'f-1:47. nf fl ' , X 1n.saaf0s:n-writ 66B6gillHCPS, But With A Good Start" A f . . r ' . 5 L, .1 -B iw .i T497 ii ,F gi-g'i,::f-:. . f 1,rJ,rgf::fi5.:, 5 ' GREG 'SMITH KATHLEEN SAYLER CLARA HELLESTO JERRY HOENE President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer gl'6Sfll1fl6l'l Among the jewels in the Freshman treasure chest are many outstanding qualities and achievements. Under the supervision of lvlr. Tiland, they started the year by selecting Eileen Willsie to represent them in the Student Council. The Freshman did their share of constructive arguing. Sharon Osborn, Bobby Norin and Bob Schmidt took part in debate. Sharon was on the varsity. Singing ability was demonstrated by the Freshmen, when two girls, Clara Hellesto and Carol Harris, joined Girls' Ensemble. The football squad was very happy to see skill and ability appear on the field in the form ot Freshmen. Jerry Hoene lettered as a Freshman. The school is made by the enthusiasm of its students in sports and activi- ties. It can be easily seen that the Freshmen have done their share to make this school year complete. 'Yi'-m-qw. w... balsa-... Frosh cheerleaders, Joan and Sharon coo ing Jeanie, Lana Jo and Carol CGA M emo for Your Memoryv' 5 ' v Q w Q., -al" ink 1 2 - 1 - F' ':,f,.,1, M if 'W in y .f , Lfsfevz Qlosefy Max 'F Girfslflab SPESIQEFJA Q- l"'l's 'rwof -rea Nj QY'aL4JC!QCl! Salfy lau.'f'H'nj fn , L 5577 55 co7.,,,.,, over' awe. hx 5 .Shafow-u fWar'a .yn k iq, W' V 5 W 'VAL5 Q A 4 if 3r'r'Y"" 5evJ is 'f'pV1, 4f"r ni A ' P fs 5 al Em ,fyy -.., you- picked a winner-. He ,wha7'3 09" Z,-,,, 51.415137 'T ,4 cfilfifies X55 X 447-IUM X' X :xx I XAIAALL r " Q? Ta 07' No MLKAD A76 COMING ,Q PLA Y c f , ,Q4 I x I, X no E 0 PI. 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Ffanaeg ZQ,4,E,7 L:Ol1,7LQf- Wfore fnofeas Q7-,syowe , 1 L I 55 ff. I Q " 8 K ,, 5 Q ., .1 x -- C Kqrf xS'1"r157EI' SP 07'f5 L:af1'7L0f" IT -musf be hefef .- .1 , 733014, Z?Q!afuff'n Qrf l:C!f'7l0f' Weaanlf aff Ae Qrffqsf, ,ar if M: 5 g 'mi-.X gf Bohvu-I 9 !R'jQ.'n' Qdveffn SQN3 Mahajlf I'-m Tefepl-uovafnj for adds. Elea:r1o1' ?er'A'fAf5 -fypfsf 7-841.01153 buf ofue femdqpgf Wfhey Lead, We Follow" matters y support. 2 FIRST ROW: Joan McLeod, Treasurerg Yuki Matsuyama, Assistant Treasurer. SECOND ROW: John Lewis, Secre- taryg Woody Hedman, Vice-Presidentg Karl Singer, Presi- dent. Wh, ei 5, F52 , ga is f 'W' 1 A 38555 That's the spirit, girls. Officer Whenever you glance into a room and see several students and a faculty advisor earnestly debating school prob- lems, you naturally recognize the group as the Student Council and A. S. B. Officers. It is here that important are decided, such as how to make more money and how late dances should last. The Student Council has an impor- tant job and it deserves everyone's Past and Present Dennis and Karl Wfhe Governing Body of Our School" FIRST ROW: Yuki Matsuyama, Joan McLeod, Madeline Puz, Eileen Willsie, JoAnn Puz, Sharon l-lolert, Marlene Kalland, Maxine Beall, Louise Holert. SECOND ROW: Robert Kalland, Wilbur Spencer, Hiroshi Ono, John Lewis, Dave Tellvik, Woody Hedman, Cary Lewis, Karl Singer, David Willsie, Greg Smith. S eff ,Ito i.'m.' AUGUST BUSE Advisor 5 S W is i R 5 A 1 gg 2 I new fudeuf zfzmczl CERTI E CAMMELL Adviser bfi! ,,, -"-,,::-'- T 1 is' Ji ,if is X .S R' XQQA-Swv - wi 38' E5 K , X.-. "f .iw - -V on , ,ae 2-Mm L-ff' Soff- J.-2 .E ,-, , 3 A pair of socks, please. Joe and Yuki The flags we honor. E, A lwlxsv ' N I iz an Q ,ga Wfhese Kids Are In The Know" an - .Q - L FIRST ROW: Valene Thomson, Vice-Presidentg .loan McLeod, Frances Larsen, Karen Engstrom, JoAnn Puz, Barbara Heien, Joy Sherman, Shirley Whittaker, Yuki Matsuyama. SECOND ROW: Eleanor Perkins, Karen Udell, Byrde Eckram, Evelyn Reitz, Madeline Puz, Claudia Bibbins, Gail Watson, Secretary-Treasurer: Sonia Jensen, Loretta Bates. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Hartmann, Sally Evans, Bonnie Ryan, Patty Lane, Darrelyn DuPrey, Penny Price, Mavis Edensword, Helen Reilly, Penny Meyers, Sally Rush. FOURTH ROW: Karl Singer, Hiroshi Ono, Dennis Sather, Woody Hedman, President: Orlin Trundahl. Leo Long, Fred Putney, David Willsie, Reynold Priebe, Gaylord Westby. flormr Saciefy . To be an honor student at Vashon High you must have a B average. Since our school is small our number of honor stu- dents is also small. Our initiation has changed a little from years back. Now all initiates present our annual Student Body Thanksgiving assembly. The influence ot these high scholastic pupils is felt and appreciated by everyone. fwanfof ' ,,,,.,.f, J' 5 E Q V My T I 3,1 DONALD LAKE Advisor I. "Get to work." Study, study, study. David and Dennis Mary Lou wfhey Battle With Words Instead of Might" 'Tying 'N ...J 4:9 ..:N"N'--+R. X FIRST ROW: Merle Thurlby, Iona Plancich, Darrelyn DuPrey, Mary Ann Roncevich, Patty Lane, Karen Engstrom. SECOND ROW: Dennis Sather, Robert Chandler, Donna Thurlby, Valerie Bykerk, Darla Calhoun, Helen Heilly, Gaylord Westby, Bobby Norin. THIRD ROW: Tommy Long, Lonnie Finnegan, Ernest Hinemon, David Bensler, Fred Putney, Bob Schmidt. Debate Resolved: That the United States Should Adopt a Policy of Free Trade. Being able to prepare pros and cons on such a subject is certainly a great attribute. Through the past months it has been proven that Vashon has boys and girls with these qualities. Now as we look back on this past year, we can say that we played fair in all circumstances and that the results have been many victories. Not quite like home. Darrelyn and Donna f ROY L. OSTROM Advisor Order please! Mary Ann NWQ Work T0 Get Things Donew TOP: Maxine Beall, Presidentg Valene Thomson, Vice-Presidentg Jo Arin Puz, Secretary: Sharon Holert, Treasurer Girls' Klub Big and Little Sister Party-September Christmas Decorations-December iw Christmas Gifts-December Polka Dot Revue--February mm Tolo-April Mother's Tea-May CLADYS KENNETT Advisor its --J lm g X e Mmm, good - Pat and Gayle Sweet little girls?!! Mimi, Jeanie and Lois ff Nb MT' Qi? ,WD 'D':2N8 MM.-Dah l3RE'fl P7 axjme. -1 fX7R5,'Beal! V K t Jg A ,. ,- .Suzy EfGdNOlQ Sfyfe 5 Haw 1 x 4 A 1 K' 1 . M 06161, . :',. , . . I A A2- ia , w :XA 'v if ,N 1 'V' A A .: K,.L L, ,X .11 ff wh? Ji , Lgfeifa M 51N-7177-7 "G,eaNacla '575s, . Q 'Thea al Serta Wlffi :k,r.1TA "rnalm'f,.y ef I? Y" lr Ar T4 J 4 . iW Jag. fm , z 4 6 X 3' N. Q w X. pmiw. K , A 5 .5 , wg., is A K. -4' :N -K sf x, 34 , Q ,i , , S . 5 .1 x ggi- V? f 3 15' 5,4 V if :X f' ' 5 '-'ruff S WY 1 .. 1 X ,,.. Q .. .. W 4, - . W. ish g Sv -' 1 'F ri' ' N Q " , Sis up I N ik. 1 ' X - M 'i3.-'ffl 1.-qw' g A - .h Sin . 0 .K A . A Q if X I fr -sz ' V ..,, W -f f W, awww fa 1 4 . .. ... V..-..s.......i.Q . . fs l f L W i.. H S f l Ng ,A , X1 it X l Nga' N A ease. .MW s N F ...Misa M--MM' . .EW tty, ti. 4 'ss 'M s W Q . W'-A , 3 if M, J Q Y 1 Aim . K i mir ,L TOP: Robert Kalland, Vice- Sergeant at Arms. 'Kb'-u..g Presidentg Wibur Spencer, Treasurerg Ed Kennett, Secretaryg Dave Tellvik, Presidentg Joe Green, Hays ' 61116 The Armed Services talk headed the list of Boys"Club activities for '55 They also sponsored several dances and edu- cational movies. X. Mike Brammer, Larry Gates, and John Mitchell were selected from the Boys' Club to represent our school at the Teen-age Safety Council. LYNN C. ROBINSON Advisor at W 'X N e 1-.Uvl ,Q W H adv Hw- 'vf Hot-Rodders This is our future? Wfoward Better Living" FIRST ROW: Robert Kalland, Bob Hearst, Fred Landers, Wilbur Spencer, Leo Long, Bill Miller. SECOND ROW: Karl Singer, Dave Tellvik, President: Cary Lewis, Woody Hedman, Melvin Thelin. THIRD ROW: Joe Green, John Lewis, Dave Church, Ed Kennett, Sec.-Treas.g Tom Finnegan, Larry Lontz, Chaplain, Merritt Smyth, Bob Smith, Vice-President. l .xx Q Jn if I Q - L 5,5 . St The I-li-Y pledge: I ally myself with the nationfwide tellow- VK Q X ship ot the I-li-Y by accepting the purpose: "To create, maintain and extend, throughout the school and community, high standf I ards of Christian character." L WILLIAM LANE S iii' Advisor I Hi-Y Induction Flag-VGISIVIE ...III WA Letter - The Sign of An Athletew FIRST ROW: Martin Larsen, Gary Lewis, Merritt Smyth, Joe Green, President, Ed Bennett, John Lewis, Secretary-Treasurer, Woody Hedman, Charles Watson. SECOND ROW: Bob Kalland, Karl Singer, Dick Ellingsen, Dave Tellvik, Bill Miller, Wilbur Spencer, Fred Landers. THIRD ROW: Bob Hearst, Vice-President, Dennis Sather, Joergen Schade, Dave Church, Hiroshi Ono, Fred Putney. Hays ' letter gfllb Any boy earning a letter in either football, basketball, base- ball, golf or tennis qualities as a member of this club. We undertook a new project this year, the publishing of the Basket- ball Season Schedule. With the profit we made we are con- structing a moveable backstop for our baseball diamond. At every basketball game you will see the Paddle Squad at their COACH TH-AND posts. The work of this club has been a great help and the coop- Advisof eration has been appreciated. 5 A Ll l gf Sl i g, 'XY Q 5353? e o, ,tlri 1 S lt tastes good! Paddle Squad mln Athletic Achievement These Rate High" an SSS A use 5 Ln V' 3 . f -Ei-.zliw -ir lx ,i w.,,,,,, - . ..., iii . I FIRST ROW: Yuki Matsuyama, Joy Sherman, Hellen Reilly, Thea Hoelskin, Vice-President, Frances Larsen, Louise Holert, President, Claudia Thomas, Janet Middling, Sally Edson. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Tyan, Sharon Holert, Sally Evans, Gloria Brown, Sonja Jensen, Jeanie Holmes, Gail Watson. THIRD ROW: Joan McLeod, Alice Stroble, Karen Udell, Darrelyn DuPrey, Patty Cates, Patty Lane, Secretary-Treasurer, Maxine Beall. ' I Girls ,Cclfrr gfllb Among the girls, too, a letter is the sign ot an athlete. lt Q signifies that she has worked hard to receive the honor and to - ds. , hold the high standards of the club. Girls' Letter Club activities K . , include a game excursion, attending special sports events, spon- soring an after-game dance, and their annual picnic in the spring. ' All new members of the club are initiated at this picnic, The school has become the proud possessor of a new banner, thanks Q to our club. GLADYS KENNETT Advisor is it fx X . is xx: A x if A .,,l-, are A . A J N... K 5 g W + -fn Initiations are just in fun. Sally, Gail, Joy and Thea Refreshments are the best! Wfhey Have The Spiritw FIRST ROW: Suzy Grant, Joan McLeod, Maxine Beall, Sally Edson, Shirley Whittaker, Janet Middling. SECOND ROW: Thea Hoelskin, Sharon Holert, Louise Holert, Karen Odell, Joy Sherman, Sally Evans. THIRD ROW: Jo Ann Puz, Eleanor Perkins, Gloria Brown, Mary Ann Roncevich, Diana Dahlgren, Bonnie Ryan, Tvlyla Schmidt. Advisor EFS Pep Klub One of the outstanding clubs in our school is the Pep Club whose members can always be seen cheering the team at ball games. ln order to be a member these girls must earn a certain amount of points by serving the school and participating in activities. Besides serving the school the girls also have many good times together. One of the highlights of the year being the CERTIE GAMMELL annual spring trip which in the past has been a trip to Lake Wilderness. l f f . sels fl E ,, yi. t t 1,3 S g .1 ' - - fi srii i Y.. I g .. gyy quq . 1 , e .aff 2 . ., lbz. 0 In my s l victory for the pirates. ln at last! if xl ll 'T I f ig .. uAthletic, Able and Active" Us-1' 'F 1' FIRST ROW: Virginia Hunt, Kathleen Salyer, Arlene Erickson, Sharon Stroble, Lois Swenson, Donna Singer, Frances Larsen, President, Louise Holert, Vice-President, Gloria Brown, Secretary-Treasurer, Sharon Holert, Point System Manager, Darla Calhoun, Darrelyn DuPrey, Ruth Johanson, Sharon Osborne. SECOND ROW: Carol Harris, Barbara Middling, Dorothy Learned, Lynda Tiomsland, Marilyn Lewis, Joan Howgate, Judith Anderson, Frances Svane, Margaret Ongstad, Claudia Thomas, Jean lngraham, Jane Howgate, Lana Jo Wall, Mimi Koski, Helen Reilly, Nancy Robinson, Jeanette Winters, Dorothy Moore. THIRD ROW: Yuki Matsuyama, Ruth Chambers, Joan McCreery, Carolyn Erickson, Eileen Willsie, Gloria Patients, Sally Rush, Bonnie Ryan, Joan McLeod, Joy Sherman, Shirley Whitaker, Janet Middling, Carolyn Seigrist, Merle Thurlby, Susan Grant. FOURTH ROW: Madeline Puz, Gayle Nelson, Leola Lester, Sharon Jacobson, Andrea Mickle, Sonja Jensen, Ellen Baker, Thea Hoelskin, Beverly Beaumont, Myla Schmidt, Jackie Errington, Sue Folan, Sally Edson, Jean Stockamp. FIFTH ROW: Diane Nelson, Jean Holmes, Barbara Benzen, Virginia Swift, Sharon Rice, Alice Stroble, Judy Rea, Marilyn Nelson, Judy Lavender, Karen Eng- strom, Byrde Eckran, Lauraly Learned, Clara Hellesto, Patty Cates, Virginia Baker, Penny Meyers, Marlene Alquist. 0 o o as If you see a group of girls out riding bicycles on a Saturday x i afternoon you will probably think that they are just doing it for gg a good time. Maybe they have another motive, that of earning f C.A.A. points for a letter. Other ways of earning letters -are 5 bowling, swimming, rowing, horseback riding and attending R X i C-.A.A. meetings. J GLADYS KENNETT A Advisor A -xx X1 ,, Batter Up! Hit the Birdie 5 Mi .W W . ,W . 4 ...., llnnllhllf' 1 1 ffAll Is Quietw M A Tl I U C l1'iJl1Ul:?KRx Q LEFT TO RlC-HT: Jean Stockamp, Jean Holmes, Billie Elmore, Sonja Jensen, Gloriann Brown, Sally Rush, Esther Olsen, Beverly Beaumont- CBVOI Elm0l'6, Janice Cust, Penny Meyers. SEATED: Claudia Thomas, Marlene Kalland. Ubmry Possibly the quietest place at VHS is the library. This is where the students come for reference material and information, not to mention the latest in fiction by their favorite authors. Usually there are two cheerful librarians handy to help the students and check out books. Library work gives two full C-ERTIE CAMMELL , credits per year. Librarian -QFWNNQK ,Q L The librarian's daily task. ls that the right book, Janice? Tom and Claudia uG00d for Business" Q5 . lsilirgge' QQ 3 9-1 ,-ms, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bonnie Ryan, Janet Middling, Susan Grant, Gloria Brown, Maxine Beall, Sonja Jensen, Yuki Matsuyama. OHM Stay In the heart of our bustling school is the principal's office where the business of V.H.S. is carried on. As you walk in the door you will most likely be greeted by the smiling face of an office girl whose job it is to take care of the minor details such as answering the phone, sorting mail and filing. For this she receives nothing but Pep Club points and office experience. fi?- mdf' D , l EVA METZENBERG ,' Secretary 4' Gloria takes the money Find the right one, Maxine 300 copies, Janet Zh ffwn f in 'December 2.2, 1754 Burton, Vxfashingro-ro Vol. Jo No. MECoM1Ne PROGRAM 5 WWTER CONQH T A ai: fr G' S. DV FO7? BIG NIGHT 4+ Bw' SMCCESSD G , X T The winter conce D M.vf"' 'W December 15 in the W veryone is looking for- -f' N A .,4Llg'. school auditorium, ward to the big event ,,.""' .,'f" '.,., big success. I which is to take place ,fx A e 1 ggnf f'3,- Our High Schoo.L band DGCSIHDGI' 23- esuu on 4, X ev x M' ' - played two numbers. They On this fliiifmwi U. will 'fx ,Q 2 were "The Nut-Cracker see the coroner p program g 'GEZ7 Kc ' Suiten and UThe Christmas which will sta T eight QR II, 'f Suite". o'clock. You 5U the ,,f Vx "'h Zi - T shman Chorus sang King, Gary Lewis and f,f- ieljgxv x , NCQ f A' Shepherdsu, NGO the Queen, Karen Odell f Maxine Beall is in Te1L ' Oh The MbuntainU crowned. The Princes and charge of the decorations. and, e Came Down Oh Princesses will also take Her ple ' to decorate Chfi2,me5', part in this event. They the gp holly and The high Schgol mixed are as follows: Karl cedar bc EW ttle sprays Chorus Sang about nine r Singer, Susan Grant, Ed of holly " edar will be pregentative ear-els fy Kennett, Jeanine Thomson, around t. alls with natigns who have contriw Fred Putney, Marlene one enf nolly ball uted to the Culture of iii Am. st, Tommy Long, and mme from the middle of united States, i CM esto. the gym. White crepe 1 ncesses will be f f pastel formals, ana ' inces will wear whi ner jackets. p, Kennett is in charge of the Homecomi program and court. CHRISTMAS IDINN FOR THE 'FACLLLTY At 6:00 o'clock last Wednesday, December 15, Mrs. August Buse Christmas dinner Mr. and gave a for the faculty. There was a tree and all kinds of Christmas decora- ti as or this occasion. i tions to the din- '9 . ner T sent out earlier bY,l two, host and host- fi v were in the i iwstmas Cards. 1 paper is to be used for the ceiling. In the background of the stage is to be a large wreath placed in the cen- Q with smaller ones 'ling down. The Girls' Ensemble sang U dle Was Thereu and ly Night". , or Perkins also a typewriter solo. 1 should go to Mr. ni for his good wo in directing the conc P , KIWANIS MINSTREL SHOW RovES SuccEssFuL . The Kiwanis Minstrel Show was tacked up as an- ,ccess for other grea the Kiwani The Kiwaf N, b proved to have out f 'ng enter- tainment . t. War' is Q Hens- chele came under s,ecial acts with their dance num- bers. Leo Long Sr., Leo Long Jr., and Tom Long held the audience spellbound their banjo and ,lane trio. Our own school was re- presented by the Jazz Band with Mr. Walden, Dick Bil- lings, Jeff Smith,' Wilbur Spencer, Bob Schmidt, and Leo Long ,6Qgi' g the bill for A fine X' ii, directing was done, ' ,n Beall, Hal Bartonjfly i rnie Coane. upickin Themes for LiVillf',, ig to x Cs.: X 1' Wk hi. :gs ,eg 5.45 Nlm..,..- 4' ,., W X r 4-iii 2152.358 - ..., W Q 'I Li 'pm-5 ' RW ,J . ,s if -J 'W' ii x-aqui-if L ses sis 252 W FIRST ROW: Andrea Mickle, Joy Sherman, Vice-President, Mary Ann Roncevich, Secretary: Susan Grant, Presidentg Alice Stroble, Thea Hoelskin, Parliamentarian. SECOND ROW: Katherine Schenkel, Yuki Matsuyama, Laura Mae Smith, Carol Elmore, Frances Larsen, Louise Holert, Rosalee Landers, Susan Folan, Darla Calhoun, Judy Rea, Claudia Thomas, Carol Meittunen. THIRD ROW: Jeanie Ingraham, Joanne Christensen, Doris Burton, Byrde Eckram, Sally Edson, Ellen Baker, Karen Odell, Myla Schmidt, Marlene Kalland, Janet Middling, Madeline Puz, Helen Reilly. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Erickson, Betty Swenson, Shirley Whittaker, Roberta Larson, Jackie Errington, Donna Singer, Virginia Baker, Beverly Beaumont, Billie Elmore, Patty Lane, Mavis Edensword, Ruth Chambers, Loretta Bates. FIFTH ROW: Carolyn Seigrist, Diana Dahlgren, Barbara Heien, Beverly Greene, Recorder, Janice Cust, Penny Price, Sally Rush, Linda Lewis, Esther Olsen, Sharon Holert, Virginia Swift, Karen Faas, Karen Engstrom, Darrelyn DuPrey, Frances Ferrell. Z if Ao ,sv 3 I H ' H , X . My Motto- Toward New Horizons rr- Flower-"Red Rose" 5 , 'dsi .- i .. . ,. MATTIE PINNEY if f Colors- Red and White Advisor b .r i rty ...,. ,. or t is 2' 'L nw., .f" Sure we're sewing Is it for us, Karen? Cargl' just baking a Cake Jeff and Willy . V , y G ix.. ? . ,fu f f. i. f "vw : Y H! -.J .QR my . -mf 9... Q 1 ' x. NHQM "FNS Mir iii? QW f 7-ff O' "mf I X W QR .-gg 3 if T 41' 3 -:WW l 1 M-if-vs wvyk,-iggf if A Cl. www" 5151! X 1 .15 x r wi L-ywilw i 1,5 My 'g :ff- 1 , ,ri fd ,fi If 1 sf-PW ' 1 W 4314 it . ..,- gn- A Mmm ,wwf r .-u-L, 'fir-. . we --w1' ' wi. ' if-3,x 'The Tunes I Remember -" FIRST ROW: Valene Thomson, Carol Harris, Clara Hellesto, Diana Baldwin. SECOND ROW: Byrde Eckram, Joan McLeod, Susan Grant. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Ryan, Eleanor Perkins, Diana Dahlgren, Thea Hoelskin. Girls ' Susemble STANDING: Richard Billings, Les Walden, Jeff Smith, Wilbur Spencer, Robert Schmidt. SEATED: Leo Long, Tommy Long. jazz Hand 66Music, Music, Music" . M N -W I wpfvr. ' iw, ,I',4.,,3,,x 1 I u l I he I Q fs-i , 1 3,1-vz, , . . , .'Qf3.-I -,,, 5 -w. ,2 it r K ,A ., sk, ,'3,,,,k,. , L so , FIRST ROW: Gail Watson, Richard Billings, Jackie Errington, Karen Udell, Sally Evans, Jean lngraham, Mimi Koski, David Habbestad, Marlene Alquist. SECOND ROW: Jerry Hoene, Nicky Larson, Gary Lewis, Charles Larsen, Charles Watson, Mary Ann Roncvich, Diana Dahlgren, Woody Hedman, Fred Putney, Dennis Zimnisky, Robert Billings. THIRD ROW: Robert Gregg, Wilbur Spencer, Bill Miller, Bill Jolly, Bob Schmidt, Tommy Long, Merrtt Smyth, Paul Nelson. -' I . AAQS. at ,v, , nl t 47 4 ,Nia A ,fl k ' lg Ili . 1 .vw . .,, .f. 1- ...A rv wm- ,Pr - t"'MHiSaf1t:.u:s1.s FIRST ROW: Yuk Matsyama, Shirley Whitaker, Diana Baldwin, Sonja Jensen, Joan McLeod, Karen O'delI. SECOND ROW: Myla Schmidt, Joy Sherman, Billie Elmore, Eleanor Hatfield, Gloria Brown, Sharon Holert, Ellen Baker, Thea Hoelskin. THIRD ROW: Valene Thomson, Betty Swenson, Joanne Christensen, Carol Elmore, Janice Gust, Eleanor Perkins, JoAnn Puz, Diana Dahlgren, Maxine Beall, Beverly Greene, Barbara Hein, Sharon Stead. FOURTH ROW: Joe Green, David Church, Bob Hearst, Ed Kennett, John Lewis, Jim Scott, Jeorgen Shade, Bob Smith, Bill Miller. as .. 17, 55 tr, E E if A S Ellen Baker ..,,.. .....,,, M iss Brooks . , S L, E d 3 Jim Scott ,.,......,... ...... . Hugo Longacre V , g Dick Haack ....,...,. ...,,,,,,,,.......... T ed "' 5' ,o-o fl Mavis Edensword .. ,..... .....7,,,,7,.,,........ J ane f- m I A Karen Odell .....,...,. ,.......,,,, R honda Allen ' X 2 ' Tom Finnegan ..., ........ M r. Wadsworth f F E ,Q ' fra, ,iss ?Lar1aHBalfirfin .YY. V.e..e....... M dAuen '13 . LL Q 1 A ea oes in ...,.,.,Miss u u on Ml? A , A , Eleanor Perkins .,,, ,,,,,,,.... M iss Finch ri if Jlii Frances Larsen ..,,,.,,.Marge Y J 5 gf Maxine Beall ,,,..... ,,,,,... D oris , ig V if WN 5' Louise Holert ,,,,,...Faith , I I Sally Evans ,,,..... ....... S ylvia if - m fu, 1-is Roberta Larson ...,,,Elsie gk A, , Sonya Jensen .,,, ...,,. E laine fy Q, fl Danny Willsie ,a,..,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...,...,,, Martin A 5, ,.., S , z r Danny Bacon 'ff------"-' fffwff'f---'--'-----'-f"SfanleV , i 'ix fy 1 Q , k-,h Extras: ,,.,......,,,,,..,,, Jo Ann Puzj GlorizFV1BJgR1vn, ' , . ' wzul: g H H: ' 5 A anet i ing J k ,, A i'Ql Basketball players: ,,....L......Y,, Woody Hedman, 'lbb V ,.. V lv, , Bill Miller, Jeff Smith, Karl Singer 5: Q 'V -"- . 1 osglll Know Too, fn a 'h'IlYN4.+Q.. U i A M x ll Lvl' me fry some eyebrow pencil. 0 Hofd iff " u D' nl' "we1I!l" -.tw 'Miss Finch l'-Lf. 3 eak 1, L51--Ile, more Touje Yo, you.. f Canal! Jeff Smith .,...,.. Bonnie Ryan ..... Valene Thomson Suzie Grant ,,..,, Tom Finnegan . Karen Odell .,,,A, Larry Lontz ,,,,. J im Scott ..,,,,,,... Wilbur Spencer Karl Singer ,.,,A. Frances Larsen ...,,, Ellen Baker ..,...,, Danny Willsie ,,.... Thea Hoelskin .,.. Cary Lewis ...., Louise Holert .,....,.Mrs. ..,......lVlary ,,,,,,,LJessica ...........Luigi ,..,..,Martha .......,,,.Joe Morlock Morlock Morlock Morlock Larconi Larconi Larconi ..,.........Lucifer ,..,,,.Dr . Brown ......Ceorge Plew .......,Miss Akers ......,.Mildred .......,....,..Jake ...,.,..Mrs. Frinck Black ...,..lVlrs. Schmaltz 9... W JN I we kim one of These if he wakes uplll Cufraih l.i3h'l's i . i ? l 5 if ll l 5 3 3 l is Q in psi? 3 2 r Q S KTIIFN? H' E , . A if M5 Friends kvlvw :jour POFU ,JS ,tome in Nrs. Schnal'l'z.n llIf2m 'From down Tllercll H1-lien 'flierels 'Hia "W-'l'l'Cl" bf 'HIC CGSk9-T K J9- ii . if 'xr X -fu 4 1 QC - N W+m,,Q. Q , f - R YN 1 XX gx ' 2 is ww ix 3' f QQ... ... ...,.f 5 X 'S ' :sz i . - 12, , Q. ,L am-:Q e i A t , If Wk --v"' Rui mwdm Qall W .1 g . rf . ,Q I 'fx frao W' 5 Q 'ow fgrlf X IW, ex Q A wg. fkflf- f 531155 AQ. ' A :-- Q X 3024 Q F mx.. X1 ,S 'R ' -w ,s I ww SN K L. 4 i'f w.-'5,g,x41rgQ 5 vx R Sonja I f x E E EE . 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Q'- .' . 4. .5 . fi Y: -mi Y A l Wfhe Cheering Squads" 1 . 5 A 's 'f OUTSIDE RANK: Virginia Swift, Sharon Holert, Myla Schmidt, Louise Holert, Jo Ann Puz, Mavis Edensword, Shirley Whittaker, Alice Stroble, Valene Thomson, Diana Baldwin, Ruth Chamb- ers, Darrelyn DuPrey. lNSlDE RANK: Barbara Benzon, Eleanor Perkins, Rosy Landers, Byrde Eckram, Madeline Puz, Joan Mc' Leod, Donna Singer, Penny Price, Marlene Ahlquist, Maxine Beall. X . fx l -.ls STANDING: Darla Cahoun, Linda Lewis, Sally Rush, KNEEL- ING: Helen Reilly, Penny Meyers, Mary Ann Roncevich. 'DFP ., ff' 4 ,- 4 fe ,T fl!! ,, A , M Ak 45.65 Lv N, vi ,T LEFT: Jo Ann Puz, Frances Larsen, Bonnie Snug leaders Ryan. v 11 l 'is 'Y Xkkl 1 Beverly Greene, Jeanie Thomson, Mary Ann Roncevich. Ghcer leaders -W ,, Q J k Sparfs N mm -.iff J if --i...-L f--.v--' f 0234 QM gpqpghdf' 1 X K ttililgw-If ufzigfq ga ' K V Iwi My 3 , ' ' :zffgi ,,- - V - n IN - 33. S QL 'C , I .4 Q X gl gtg: I--EF' 5. I X- - Q I' Vfi ilf A K ELMOFQ E THIRD BASE' INGPAHAM iii SINGER ov-rrmn..o MGRS. .SMITH ,wa SATHER S H001 S'roP XIQ !I7Q'lC7'-no'- r:lFfDfD3S39L'2.6?,3q2 NJQ.oiUQ1?m:o'1 533-1Q2g"3n nf' ':3m if 2 3 444g4 4 6 . vs 2 vs 5 . vs 4 . vs I . vs 4 vs KENNE FIRST' ld-,ZZ Bainbridge - I2 Federal Way 7 Federal Way 7 Eatonvi Ile I2 So. Kitsap I I Yelm 8 AB R 29 7 I4 4 25 I 3I 4 I7 3 I3 4 I2 2 20 I 30 3 33 5 I9 I 29 4 2b3bHRSBBBSO 2 5 6 8 H 9 4I 7II 82I2 4 3 2 I 3 4 I I I 6 2 7 2 7 3 I0 4 II 2 I5 4 44 0 3 2 II 0 44 2Il0 III3 6 5 3 I I 4 4 5 3 Orting Fife Bethel Buckley So. Kitsap Av. 3 I 0 285 280 258 235 .230 I66 ISO I33 I2I IO5 I03 9 II 7 I4 I6 ,..f vw f Qxgggwggf KK1- mm,. W. ,W 2 2 5-We LQ, if K K Ryu f 4 . . .. MY 'I 1 f 3 'X ' 'L-:w.f,f's'?:.- g , f P 1? ,U , A L, ..,,, K, i ,gk K. ff: wus' X 53, ':' xg., V ' , F 1 ' ,,:.: I X 4 V 1 l , ' A A I x. GREEN cfvrce-n::Q PlTCl-IER ONO I-IED MA N ours-,env X MILLER SECOND BASQ J SPENCER OUTFIELD :yfa-5 . fix' Y V , E A s , H eg! ' YyL LEFT! Aw, Low-rz K l P Qi : E' Ns- ,Q La. vuf, K A a.4.mv Y DI Means-q wfvrsou COACH TIL!-NND 4 WI' Ag S wk, we 7' ,ik -Q . KKV. .W 'He'-, NW . W 5 fl , f Y . E Wh, , V fm. ' Q iffif " 1232 ff :gg-gg . MT fwmfp 1' ' Q K , , W W is 4, A! 1 1 1,99 if ,Q ,W M i, K . 355 F . .,, QW kfsiifq-34, .1 QW 5 . :. Qagf11,jw1 f ,w,.ggg,f1' - ww f -a f ?s - 5 Gi f Tw I3 gig. R K 5:13 if Fra JQQ Hjgwgw , -- . ,..,f 5 I A 1 555355 V F N 2 z Q 54 J L X fm . X NX' 'mf' Q, 'xi L o"'5'E Hoasn-r WON 4 ILOSTU FRED puma 6AJLsvATSony VON 2 105-rg 5 r ai Q 5 S QQ Q3 R ki QTEXFK B gd? NF S R3 f 5 win 1 54 'E Q .R gg 2 Ei S1 rw Yagi' 4 x Q sm Q C OACH OSTROM WT 'wx 1 swag "You C3Il,t Say They Didn't Try" Sept. 24 Bethel 6 Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. 1, Peninsula 26, 15, Eatonville 13, 22, Yelm 28, 29, Orting 3, 5, Fife 28, 12, White River 40, 19, Federal Way 13, Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon X x RQ 0 0 7 7 0 0 14 7 A , f . 0, X 2 7 2 A ' N HERR57' '. 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Q f A A X , A wooov HQMAN if Q f Y I fi ' lx Xa 5 . f 3 FRED PUTNEY if JOHN LEWIS ? 64Watching Them in Action Was a Pleasure" Q, COACH TILAND TOP LEFT: Leo Long, Jerry Heone, Fred Brush, Dave Scott, Den ny Zimnisky, Coach Childs, Johnny Cunningham, Mike Ken- nedy, Tommy Long, Zigurds Kokoris. BOTTOM LEFT: Bart Ke ith, Harold Berg, John Mitchell, Lonnie Finnigan, Bobby Billings, Dick Stevens, Tim Stenek, Craig Roen, Reynold Priebe. White River Central Kitsap Bethel North Kitsap Peninsula Orting North Kitsap Yelm Eatonville Fife Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon 4l 77 69 48 55 Vashon 56 75 63 61 72 Federal Way Bethel Peninsula Orting Yelm Eatonville Fife Federal Way White River . l Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon TRA5lNER'GREEN, MANAGERS- SM:-ru .M Lewis 66P0sed But Pretty" .'L' an Q A M f'4f71Cl 'HDMJJ U The vnu-r'-n I 1? af-+Ck. -r'e.s'fLn - ' ' 7D-sue .XM K V . 4.06 bg? 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C. ......................... ...... 2 251 Beall Greenhouse Company 3881 Berg's Chevron Service ,...,.. ...... 3 720 Bickle Furniture .,......... 2345 Brenno's Service ........ 2291 Dawn's Dress Shop ......, 4195 Den, The ..................... 3721 Dockton General Store ....... ...... 3 626 Harbor Mercantile ............. ...... 4 333 Hi-Grade Dairy Products ,............... 2612 Island Barber Shop .......... Island Theater .....,....... 4502 Jack's Drive-in Market ..... ...... 3 686 Jonas, Dr., Optometrist ..... ....., 4 364 Johnson's Food Mart ...... 3241 Kelly's Department Store .... ...... 4 710 Kimmel's Shop-Rite ........................ 3221 Kirschner Manufacturing Company 4691 Lavender's Store ............................ 2857 Law, Charles, Attorney ..,.. ...... 2 434 Leamer's Shopping Center .... ...... 2 242 Mackie Grocery .............. 3607 McMurray, Dr. F. A. ...... 3061 Morrisey's Market ........ Osborne, Dr. L. F. ..... ...,,., . Bard, S. 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