West Seattle High School - Kimtah Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1952
Page 1 of 120
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1952 volume:
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Even in democracy, there are few things that
we all have in complete equality. Brains? Money?
Good looks? Talents? We all differ.
But time! Ah, that is the stuff that is distributed
daily, the same amount to every person, twenty-
How do we use it? What sort of time budget
do we follow? Out of every hour, how many min-
utes do we devote to construction of the sort of
world we want? How many do we use destruc-
tively? How many do we simply throw away?
Every day we answer these questions, usually
without knowing it, and our answers are determin-
ing the course of our future.
As Seattle begins her second hundred years of
development our Kimtah theme is TIME. How you
spend your time determines what you are, what
you will be, and what contributions you will make
toward the progress of your city. Put first things
first. Take time for great books, for great music,
and great art. Take time to appreciate nature. Take
time to think. Take time to make friends and to
develop an appreciation for spiritual values. If you
take time for these things you will learn how to
live, not just how to make a living, and your con-
tribution to Seattle's second century will be sig-
CECIL F. BULLOCK
Akin, Margaret ........,
Anderson, Elmer .......
Bachmann, Helen ......., ............,.. S cience
Beasley, Harry ..,....
Beery, Pearle ........
Blauert, Paul ....r......
Brown, Gordon ....,,..
Cassidy, Dorothy .........
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Chamberlen, Maude ................,..,...... English
Crockett, Mildred .....,
Curry, Ruth ........,..,.
Davenport, Helen ....
Doty, Lloyd .......,.....
Duncan, Gudrun .......
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Dunn, Helen ...... ..,,.. ,,,.. M a thematics
Ford, Pauline .......... .,........ S ocial Studies
Fraback, Charles ........ ............. C ustodian
Franks, Dean ..,....
Frey, Ernest ........
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Gellermann, Mildred .......
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Hague, Martha .,,...A.,,.A .. ,.,..,,.,. Language
Johanson, Sonya ....,.,. . ..,,.... Office Clerk
Hughes, Hildur ,..,.,. ..
Hurd, Conifred .........
Jacobson, Duncan .........
Ka er, Jean.. .... ..
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Kennedy, Kathryn ,..,.,,,..,,.
King, Maryorle .,.,.... ...... ....
Kish, William .........
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McDonald, Evelyn ..,.,...
McElwee, Isabell .......
McKenzie, Belle .......
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Mackey, Warren ...... ......... M a1l'lemBTlCS
Meyer, Edward. . ..
Miller, Alice... .
Mills, Joy ............,,..
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Murphy, P. J ........,.
Murphy, W. J ........
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Olsen, Kaihrine ........... .......
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Peaslee, Emile .... ,... .. ....... Maihematics
Phillips, Ruth .......
Pripp, Alwin ........,. ........ S ocial Studies
Rakus, Gus .............. .,.......... L anguage
Rasmussen, Jack ......... ,...... S ocial Studies
Robinson, Ethel ..... ,.,, C ommercial
Rowe, Raymond ........ ....... S ocial Studies
Schaal, Ryland ....... .Mathematics
Sealoff, Georgia ....... ........... L ibrarian
Siceloff, David ......
Autographs of Teachers
Smith, Ellen ......... .A,,,.,,,.,,,., E nglish
Smith, Ge0r9e .......... ......A S ocial Studies
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Len Perry, M Matt Sayre,
' President Vice-President
Row 1: Donna Wines lPepD, Bev Burnham CCabinet Secrelaryi, Eleanor Friar CCouncil Secrelaryi, Alix Boulware KOUT of
Schooli, Joann Shore U-Xssemblyl, Sonia Pearson llnformalion. Row 2: Joe Ramseyer lln Schooli, Dan Cronck lMain-
lenancei, Guy Farmer CPoinTD, Bob Doxsie lPoiniJ, Jack Jasperse flnformalionl, Ken Rogers llforumi, George Zoffel
Row 1: Cafhy Harsanl, Irvin Benzion, Jackie Griffilh, Marilyn Kuehl. Row 2: Gordon Hastings, George Zoffel, Gary
Gaffner, Dave Wold, Tim Hill.
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Stage Door ..... Senior Play
Top Row: Janice Bray, Janet Jensen, Alice Winter, Joan Frost, Judy Helm, Jane
McManus, PaT McGoldrick. Row 2: Rolly Murray, Irene Fullmer, Norma Hannaford,
Barbara Halliday. Row 3: Bob McAllister, Aoberra Knight. Row 4: Arlys Cushman,
Doreen Glotfeliy. Row 5: Gene Huber, Donna Yates. Row 6: Tom Manney, George
Lumberf, Jay Bennett, Lois Farr. Bottom Row: Bruce Klein, Ann Lee Reynolds, Barbara
Caldwell, Jewil Tozier CFacuI1y Advisorl, Betty McDonnell, Demetrios Christodoulou,
Stage Door . ..... Senior Play
Row 'l: Lorene Sandberg, Mary Jean Jensen, Mariorie Converse, Peggy Heathers,
Donna lngle, Shirley Hoffman, Marvin Kuesf. Row 2: Diane Osborn, Mary Lou
Linserf, Myrna Parry, Dorothea Larson. Row 3: John Morgan, Mary Forsloff. Row 4:
Mary Rodman, Elaine Jensen. Row 5: Allene Stoddard, Shirley Argenbrighf. Row 6:
Bob Leadbefter, Don Davidson, Ron Ostic, Bernice Hanson. Row 7: Roger Jacobson,
Janet Hislop, Alaire Carlson, Mr. Kish, Lucille Cook, Annabelle O'Keefe, Lola Myers.
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-Editors and Advisor: Eleanor Friar, Ed Emerick, Mrs. Gellermann.
-Art Staff: Joan Bailey, Phyllis Johnson, Martin Buckner, Diane Bailey.
General Staff: Wayne Martin, Delores Scott, Gaye Harpster, Nlarliss Wahl, Charlotte Bilodeau
Sports Editors: Dave Davies, Gary Arnberg.
Head Photographer: Dave Wallbom.
i ALL-AMERICAN. N. S. P. A. - INTERNATIONAL HONOR AWARD - QUILL AND SCROLL
VOLUME XXVII WEST SEATTLE HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY. MAY ll. 1952
NINETEENTH YEAR WITH
Not considering herself important.
Mrs. Chamberlen has led the Chinookl
Staff through another successful year.
This is her nineteenth year with the Chi-
nook and she is to be congratulated on
her faithfulness and fine work.
Mrs. Chamberlen, a journalist by
choice, is well qualified for her position
here for she has worked on many other
papers including the N. Y. Times.
Mrs. Chamberlen, when asked about
Journalism, said, "Journalism is compo-
sition in a hurry." This and many more
quotations are pinned up. around on the
walls in the Chinook Shack to help the
staff in their work to make a successful
"What is that horrible smell?" moaned
some student in third period study.
It seems that Sally Ott, Millie Hunter,
Jackie Eley and Joan Gardner in mixing
their colognes discovered that the result
wasn't very satisfactory.
Stop lights are red.
Go lights are green.
I You ll live much longer
If you know what they
PAPOOSE PETE sez . . .
Duane Berry, Roland Lundberg, Pat Nelson, Pat Gallager
Phyllis Grell, Jackie Eley
Advertising keeps the Chinook "rollin'
along" like the proverbial river, and
Duane Berry and Eddie McElroy heading
the Advertising Staff for two semesters
have provided the ads to keep the paper
doing just that.
Aiding Duane last semester were, Bar-
bara Gillis. Phyllis Grell, Jack Cornett.
Janis Bray. Ed McElroy. Joanne Ask,
Carol McKibbon. Jim Morrison.
Advertising associates this semester
are. Phyllis Grell, Eddie McElroy, Jim
WITH THE TWO B'S
Baltazor and Burnham
"Oh, Mr. Pripp, tell us another one!"
chimed the seniors in the Pacific Rim
class, when "Bud" reluctantly informed
the class that for the rest of the semester
Mr. Rasmussen would be the teacher.
Things are actually not so bad, though.
as the students thought, for Mr. Rasmus-
sen has promised the class ukelele lessons
and soft Hawaiian breezes on the side
to get them "in the mood."
rl: is lk
Some of the seniors of '51 have been
bringing back old memories. A few who
just couldn't leave are Roy Brown. who
was president of his class as a junior:
Tommy Churchill. an old Chinook sports
editor: Marv Nelson, Len Randall and
Jack Sheehan, who were all-around ath-
letes in their days at West Seattle, along
with Bill Ditty, Louie Hamilton, Bob
Kerr, and '50 graduate Dean Chambers.
who is making a good name in football
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Mr. Wohlrabe's sixth period Chem
was treated with a fashion show
Betsy I-lurlbut modeled one of the
rubber aprons. The class immed-
responded and were willing to
STAFF HAS NEW EDITORS
ON FEATURE, BACK PAGES
Guy Farmer. formerly reporter, is now
associate editor in charge of the back page
and will be managing editor for the last
two editions of the CHINOOK to enable
Dolores I-lefflinger, a senior. to wind up
New feature editor is John Withers.
Don Lundberg has temporary charge of
the sports page. with Vernon Peckover as
Staff changes result in new titles of
WEST SEATTLE CHINOOK
Friday, May ll, 1952
We just can't understand why all year
long everybody is yelling, "Co-operation,
co-operation, we need more co-opera-
tion." Then when something big like the
Centenntial comes along. all lamentation
ceases and the various groups work
Then when the event has gone over
successfully, something happens and again
no one is content.
Do we actually have lack of co-opera-
tion or merely a situation of not recog-
nizing it when we don't need to? Or
could the more likely answer be that the
sponsors get together and work out the
problems among themselves?
Whatever the answer, were happy to
see the way plans for the coming celebra-
tion are moving toward the climax. Now
let's see all West Seattle students out to
support and admire the work which has
gone into this exhibition.
BEEFS, BOUQUETS WANTED!
Letters to the Editor will be resumed
Please bring any questions or ideas you
wish to have printed to room 245. We
will try to answer any questions within
reason. Here is the chance to bring up any
school problem you wish.
-The CHINOOK Staff.
Did you hear about the two fleas
who worked hard, saved their money.
and then went out and bought their own
More room for Usouped up"
Less room in hopitals and
Bruce Mclvor, Lucille Cook, Mary Rodman, Matt Sayre, Tom Knapp
Bev Burnham, Vern Peckover
Vernon Peckover and Dolores Hef-
flinger as Managing Editors guided the
Chinook through a successful l95l-52
On the editorial staff were the Feature
Editors. Mary Rodman, Dolores Hefflin-
get and Pat Curry: Sports Editors, Matt
Sayre, Bruce Mclvor and Tom Knapp:
Back Page Editors, Everly Burnham,
Mary Rodman and Lucille Cook.
Reporters this year included Beverly
Blake. Mari Bellinger, Joan Frost, Nona
Peterson, Barbara Gillis. Shirley Hoff-
man, Diane Baltazor, Lois Jones, Tom
Delores Hefflinger, Pat Curry
Manney, Eddie McElroy, Carol McKib4
bon. Jim Morrison, Mimi Smith. Allene
Stoddard, Pat Thompson. Susan I-Iodson,
Joanne Ask. Marilyn Gough, Joan Man-
ship and John Withers.
Darlene Dunn, Beverly Bennett, Ken
Miles, Beverly Mogensen, Shirley Bailey,
Dolores Scott, Doris Wilson, Marlene
Bell, Diana Mathewson, Dale Brown,
Francis Charmichael and Marlene Woods.
Terry Smith, Bill Londean, Paul
Lange, Don Peterson, Eddie Bangsund,
Guy Farmer and Don Lundgerg served
on the sports staff.
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"Watch out for that car!"
"Be careful when you turn the next
"Don't let your foot off the clutch
Such is the conversation heard every
Friday first period in the driving class,
when five occupy each car. If you don't
think there's a lot of confusion when
girls get together, just visit driving class
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President, Artie Delimnt
om: Treasurer, Bob Hoskin
1 Secretary, Gordon Hasiings
' resident, Rolly Murray
Back Row: Gordy Wise, Bob Burgess,
Richard Victor, Bob Hoskins. Front Row:
Bob Burg, Mr. Warne, Bob Ridge.
Boys' Club at lunch.
Top: President, Paify Jo Appel
right side: Vice-President, Leona Elsner
cemer: Advisor, Mrs. Olsen
lefl side: Treasurer, Rosalie Smith
boTTom left: Recording Secretary, Joan Michelotti
boliom righiz Corresponding Secretary, Shannon Cole
Service Department-Row 2: Dixie Lander, Bernice Hansen, Maureen Reilly, Joan Batson. Row 1: Lurline Paul, Diane Baltazor,
Maureen Pooley. Personal Efficiency-Row 2: Pat Collins, Diane Osborne CDepartment Headl, Betty Jo Winkle. Row 1: Sandra Stan-
dahl, Paula Maurer, Connie Wallbom.
Freshman-Sophomore Auxilary-Mary Beth Boulware, Nancy Hill, CDepartment Headj, Alice Bateman, Marsha Mage. Entertainment
Department-Row 2: Virginia Christ, Janet Sue Mitchell, Kathy Hanawalt fDepartment Headj, Darelle Botten, Bev Bruck. Row 'l:
Arlys Cushman, Bev Burnham, Pat Thompson, Jo Lee Davis, Joy Olsen.
Administrative Department-Row 2: Susan Hodson, Nona Lee Peterson fDepartment Headl, Lorraine Rowe. Row 'l: Pat Gamlen,
Norita Miller, Carol Schmoyer, Barbara Guintoll. Apartment Clerks
Girls' Club Representatives
Picture I-Row 2: Wise, Shasteen, Huber, Perry, Bellows, Westra, Vanderslice, Schwalm. Row 'I: Phelan, Peterson, Prospek, Rogers,
Barnes, Amberg, Mappin.
Picture Il-Row 2: Jacobson, Hastings, Sawyer, Lange, Leadbetter, Bassett, Peckover, Klein. Row 1: Taylor, Knutson, Boender, Blue,
Gillespie, Fa ncher, McElhose.
Picture III-Row 2: Scott, Thomas, Gitzen, Mr. Ullin, Parmalee, Finnie, Sayre. Row 1: Montgomery, Bergen, Partee, Duncan, Knapp,
Thomas, Delimitros, Appel.
President, Gil Bellows
Boys' W Club
Vice-President, Ardell Barnes
Secretary, Ken Rogers
Picture I-Row 3: Fossum, Neklason, Reynolds, Becker, Torgerson, Whitten, Thompson. Row 2: Oman, Friar, Warnick, Eldred, lngle
Gough, Olson, Hill. Row 1: Frost, Michelotti, Michelotti, Osborn, McDonnell, Cushman, Hanawalt, Wines.
Picture II-Row 3: Bartlett, Kent, Nordlund, Reilly, DelBianco, Teeters, Squire. Row 2: Sherman, Guyman, Thomas, McCormick
Engleson, Ditty, Hanson, Thompson, Larsen. Row 2: Knutson, Larsen, Craft, Irwin, Farnell, Jinkens, Thompson, Bilodeau, Giuntoli
Picture III-Row 3: Perovich, Ask, Fitch, Maurer, Whitman, Ferguson, Sherman, Miss Lowe. Row 2: Rowe, Minteer, Dahl, Hefflinger
Byron, Smith, DuBeau, Dowling. Row 1: Lenz, Cain, McGoldrick, Cherskov, Utzig, Staats, Hielm, Hale, Paul, Myers.
Girls' W Club
Row 2: Peggy Ferguson,
Vice-President, Ann Lee
Reynolds, Program Chair-
man: Arlys Cushman, His-
torian. Row 1: Delores
Staats, Treasurer, Audree
Warnick, President, Albina
33 Cheriskov, Secretary.
Row 3: George Zoffel, Audree War-
nick, Ken Rogers, Judy Helm, Matt
Sayre. Row 2: Nona Peterson, Ann
Byron, Norma Hannaford, Delores
Hefflinger, Albina Cherskov, Jacque-
line DeZarn, Kay Atkins. Row 1: Bev-
erly Burnham, Maureen Pooley, Mar-
lene Jackson, Nancy Hill, Pat Camp-
bell, Thelma Peterson, Ida Jacobson,
Virginia Christ, Lola Myers.
Row 3: Dan McDonnell, Vernon Peck-
over, Betsy Hurlbut, Jerry Kent, Ed-
die McElroy. Row 2: Carol Everson,
Phyllis Fossum, Joan Torgerson, Mari-
lyn Gough, Patty Jo Appel, Shirley
Hoffman, Pat Thompson. Row 1:
Carol Gill, Jeanne Grimison, Emily
Perovich, Sandra Standal, Peggy Fer-
guson, Janet Montgomery, Lois
Jones, Barbara Guintoli.
Row 3: Roland Craig, Ron Ostic, Bill
Ogdon. Row 2: Thalia Denos, Joan
Engleson, Paula Maurer, Elaine Jen-
sen, Donna lngle, Allene Stoddard,
Norita Miller. Row 1: Sharon Ander-
son, Joyce Saety, Diane Osborn, Joan
Michelotti, Barbara Rovig, Shirley
Miller, Sonia Pearson, Eleanor Friar.
Row 3: Duane Partee, Delores Whit-
ten, Joan Batson, Bud E. Shasteen,
Janette Hill, Frances Philp, Donald
Gene Dubeau. Row 2: Delores Staats,
Pat Gamlem, Arlys Cushman, Rosalie
Smith, Kathy Hanawalt, Joyce Col-
liver. Row 1: Joanne Oman, Mary
Jean Jensen, Roberta Knight, Mary
Lou Linsert, Myrna Parry, Joanne
Cole, Arleen Hansen, Janet Jensen,
PAN AMERICAN CLUB
Row 2: Emily Perovich, Bonnie Going,
Nancy Hill, Miss Curry. Row I: Donna
Row 2: Jim Smith, Miss Cassidy, Bob
Doxsie. Row 1: Bev Beers, Joan Mich-
elotfi, Julianne Eldred, Sharon Kie-
land, Kay Smith.
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Row 3: Gordon Vanderslice, Art Ty-
ler, Donald DuBeau. Row 2: Duane
Partee, Jim Ercolini, Marcus Strei-
bich, George Keeler. Row 1: Sandra
Standal, Donna Ingle, Mary Jean Jen-
sen, Miss Dunn, Ann Byron, Dolores
Heffliger, JoAnne Turney.
Row 3: Ray Dondanville, Rolly Muray,
George Keeler, Don DuBeau. Row 2:
Miss Mills, Norma Hannaford, Janet
Montgomery, Roberta Knight, Mar-
iorie Converse. Row 1: Peggy Heath-
ers, Lucille Cook, Janet Hislop, Do-
reen Glotfelty, Myrna Parry, Barbara
Shoeder, Lola Meyers.
SPIKE SHOE CLUB
Row 3: Neal Anderson, Vernon Peck-
over, Bob Leadbetter, Mr. Ullin. Row
2: Gary Eide, Warren McKinstry, Bill
Magnuson, Doug Pascoe, Lorne Lanks-
bury, Ed Schafer, Bob MacDonald.
Row 'l: Dick Klein, Harold Dahl, Sam
Bassett, Bill Phelan, Tom Sawyer,
Dick Victor, Paul Lange.
Row 6: Dave Wilson, Howard John-
son, Maxine Estep, Anne Kreigel,
Shirley Mays, Bob Holter, Mr. Franks.
Row 5: Don White, Jack Block, Jack
Lumbert, Craig Rush. Row 4: Jean
Garrett, Darlene Bruce, Barbara Ber-
gen, Myrna Parry, Robeta Knight,
JoAnn Saylor, Joann Larson, John
Purvis, Charles Argelo, Ray E. Halton,
Fred Steik. Row 3: Pat Barber, Zeri-
fia Collaras, Mary Ann Short, Wyoma
Farrell, Arlene McGilvery, Ronald
Elliott, Keith Rockwell, Danette Gill,
Sandra Garvin, Donna Johnson, Al'
lene Stoddard. Row 2: Barbara Han-
naford, Violet Cooper, Nancy Ross,
Jennie Plenkovich, Beverly Lenon,
Jean Olson, Janet Markus, Delores
Carter, Charlotte Bilodeau. Row 1:
Ted Foss, Rodney Partee, Duane Par-
tee, Darrel Thiel, Jack Scott.
Row 4: David DeWitt, Bob Torney,
Bob Johnson, Don Galloway, Mr.
Ullin, Larry Peirce, Adrian Anderson,
John Palmer. Row 3: Don Rice, Law-
rence Landingham, Joe Petta, Lloyd
Gowdy, Dale Francher, Bob Gillespie,
Walter Hill, Howard Johnson. Row 2:
Jack Patrick, Dick Burnett, Jerry
Butsko, Owen Marten, Teddy Paull,
Bob Brown, Dough Bryan, Darrel
Thiel, Billy Wines. Row 1: Jim Varco,
Gary Eide, Jerry Bergen, Howard
Schwalm, Gary Amberg, Greg Schade-
berg, Bob Olsen, Don Andersen, Lee
Row 4: Fred Kerwin, Gordon Hast-
ings, Myron Taylor, Paul Lange, Ted
Foss, Nathon McCluskey, John Moore,
Robert Shomaker, David Leland. Row
3: Duane Partee, Rodney Partee, John
Palmer, Jerry VonTalge, Don Wiltse,
Ken Rogers, Bill Prospeck, Bob Hol-
ter, Ted Orliss. Row 2: Primo Bac-
cetti, Wayne Traversie, Ron Fox, Bud
Shasteen, Don McElhose, Jerry Knut-
son, Ed Schafer, Wee Willie Phelan,
Joe Ramseyer. Row 1: Dave Olson,
Chief Thunderhop, Drew Smith, Gil
Bellows, Tom Knapp, Slorden Glan-
dervice, Tony Joy, Louie Tice, John
Hamblin, Ardell Barnes.
Row 4: Trevor Bryant, Bruce Allen,
Paul Rafert, Vernon Peckover, Jack
Cornett, Bob Hoskin, Glen Davis. Row
3: David Weatherford, Gordon Hast-
ings, Don Gwilyn, Tom Hoskin, Paul
Weed, Mr. Warne. Row 2: Rod Wil-
liams, Dan Cronk, Joe Sunde, George
Berg, Bill Ogdon, Ron Ostic. Row 1:
Harold Dahl, Duane Partee, Gordy
Wise, David Hill, Bob Burr, Craig
Roland, Ken Hancock, Jim Smith.
Row 3: Sandra Bird, Shirley Burns.
Row 2: Jack Block, Clyde Tucker,
Wallace Prunella, Pauline Poppel-
reiter, Bob Holter, Ruth Palmer, Don
VanBlaricom, Ronny Banner. Row 1:
Harry Weitlaut, Don Wiltse, Helen
Keele, Gordon Hastings, Jerry Mane-
Row 3: Teddy Paul, Jon Sather, Paul
Lange, Don Willi, Eddie Eckberg. Row
2: Janis Bray, Dorothy Krull, Mau-
reen Sears, Margie Johanson, Pauline
Poppelreiter, Norma Jorgenson, An-
nie O'Keete. Row 1: Carole Whitaker,
LaVonne Utzig, Barbara Rovig, Ted
Harper, Sherry Coonrod, lCaptainl,
Mike Sullivan, Joanne Shore, Bonnie
Row 2: Barbara James, Rheta Whit-
man, Tom Skinner, Mr. Kantner,
Richard Abel, Marilyn Porvers, Char-
lotte Abertufter. Row 1: Vernon Ellis,
Kay McGlenn, Nancy Hale, Art Bacon,
Wyoma Farrel, Joyce Donaldson, Paul
Row 2: Norma Hannaford, Evelyn
Thomas, Janet Hislop, Barbara
Schroeder, Laureen Sandborg, Jane
Manwell. Row 1: Ann Lee Reynolds,
Darelle Botten, Marri Bellingar,
Elaine Jensen, Sonia Jensen, Sharon
Nagel, Margaret Sclimoyer, Sharon
Row 3: Don Powell, Joe Davis, Bob
Elwood, Mr. Brown, Cliff Simes, Steve
McDermott, Glen Davis, Eddie Zo-
brist. Row 2: Phyllis Fossum, Larry
McKinney, Fred Jenkins, Don Bruno,
Bob Lobadie, Len Talbott, Gordon
Bench, Bill Ogdon. Row 1: Les Bow-
ers, Clifford Bergseth, Gene Huber,
Byrn Thrapp, Sue Fisk, Suzanne John-
son, Tom Skinner, Jerry Kent.
Row 3: Mike Chandler, Adella Carl-
son, Eddie Eckberg, Homer Morgan,
Joan Torgeson, Marilyn Gough. Row
2: Bob Edwards, Paul Kelahiy, Allan
Sandin, Marg Hawkes, Gary Giaco-
mini, Dawn Finch, Frances Car-
michael, Carol Everson, Joanne Shel-
drup. Row 1: Gary Richardson, Milli
Jean Guyman, Melvin Prather, Bruce
Johnson, Joan Johnson, Joanne Ask,
Row 3: .lay Bennett, Jim Robinson,
Ted Ritter, Robert Kinch, Hans Han-
scom, Terry Paoletti. Row 2: Pat
Pryor, Ann Lee Reynolds, Peggy
Cecil, Mr. Kantner, Julie Wallace,
Jacquie Wallace. Row 1: Jean Jarrett,
Mari Bellingar, Carolynn Ellis, Joyce
Jenson, Carolyn Acheson, Pat Irwin,
Row 3: Ron Kreklow, John Mayar,
Eddie Becker, Chuck Miller, Jackie
Walker, Dick Yantis. Row 2: Berverly
Tomlinson, Jane Conner, Maureen
Sears, Evelyn Thomas, Lorraine Tor-
geson. Row 1:Delores Stevens, Norma
Jorgensen, Peggy Duff, Colleen Heit-
man, Janet Hislop, Elaine Jensen,
Sonia Jensen, Adella Carlson.
Row 4: Frank Taylor, Jim Rongner,
Mr. Kantner, David Wagner, Donald
Brown, John Morgan, Demetrios
Christodoulou, Ken Fuller. Row 3:
Billy Wines, Melvin Prather, Viola
Butler, Yvonne Marrett, Audrey Hal-
lister, Barbara Phaff, Paul Brown,
Cleveland Richards. Row 2: Ken
Powell, Marie Webb, Eileen Nelson,
Barbara Ruch, Georgia Johnson, Bev
Beers, Marian Robertson, Verna Mae
Dalin, Don Keenan. Row 1: Joy Kry-
sue, Mary Lou Arnold, Dona Humph-
reys, Carole Breske, Rita Keenan,
Marilyn Belmont, Sharon Nagel, Lois
Vanlderveer, Carol Duncan, Jane Man-
Row 3: Jim Johnston, Don Stubb,
Doug Shoun, Jim Park, Dave Kelsey,
Richard Victor, Jack Cornett, Frank
Taylor, Mr. Warne, Glen McBride.
Row 2: Duane Partee, Darlene Bangle,
Melvin LaBoyne, David VanNotric,
Jim Smith, Bob Fickle, George Berg,
Bruce Ault, Carol lngberg, Chris King.
Row 1: Angus Pessein, Monte Smith,
Bob Berg, Verlene Bruce, Shirley
Rogers, Pat Doyle, Darlene Bruce,
Dave Byers, Bob Burgess, Lany Gab-
riel, Byron Cole, John Frost, Keith
Row 4: Mr. Kish, Ed Emerick, Bob
Leadbetter, Ann Lee Reynolds, Wayne
Martin, Ron Ostic, Ron Finlay. Row 3:
Karen Clarkson, Doris Bartlett, Lois
Farr, Phyllis Grell, Jane McManus,
Emily Perovich, Myrna Sullivan. Row
2: Mary Forslot, Barbara DuBeau,
Patty McGoldrick, Janis Bray, Donna
Yates, Carole Abbott, Laureen Sand-
berg, Carole Watson, Irene Fullmer.
Row 1: Bill Welton, Joan Frost, Mar-
iorie Converse, Lola Myers, Roberta
Knight, Alaire Carlson, Myrna Parry,
Elaine Jensen, Doreen Glotfelty.
Row 4: Martin Buckner, Pauline Pop-
pelreiter, Joan Batson, Marcy Stew-
art, Bob Leadbetter, Ann Lee Rey-
nolds, Judy Helm, Audree Warnick,
Emily Perovich, Mr. Kish. Row 3:
Doris Bartlett, Georgia DelBianco,
Eleanore Kremer, Marcia Marett,
Sally Fabbri, Cathy Harsant, Sue
Brownell, Barbara Shroeder, Phyllis
Grell, Carolyn Heidrich, Phyllis Eaton,
Carol Rice, Sandra Garvin. Row 2:
Kathy Zolotun, Charlotte Bilodeau,
Janice Holien, Marie Dowling, Pat
Abraham, Karen Yount, Helen Mc-
Coy, Donna Wines, Shirley Wineland,
Alice Cane, Pat Shaughnessy, Darcia
Perkins, Bev Beers. Row 1: Annabelle
0'Keefe, Darelle Botten, Mariorie
Converse, Ann Etta Chrlstilaw, Bar-
bara True, Betty Jo Winkle, Dorla
Ritter, Mary Cooper, Pat Burney, Al-
berta Dreyer, Diane Bailey, Joan
Row 3: Martin Buckner, Lois Farr,
Carole Abbott, Ron Finlay, Wayne
Jones, Bob Leadbetter, Judy Helm,
Shannon Cole, Mrs. Gellerman. Row
2: Nancy Meyer, Jo Forschmiedt,
Geri Nelson, Nadeen Hedden, Janet
Michelotti, Shirley Thompson, Donna
Jinkens, Joan Bailey. Row 1: Char-
lotte Bilodeau, Janice Holien, Sonia
Pearson, Phyllis Eaton, Joan Mich-
elotti, Eileen Hansen, Sonia Jensen.
Row 4: Miss Sealoff, Peggy Cecill,
Ruth Anderson, Barbara Caldwell,
Mildred Logan, Delores Whitten,Delta
Mae Collaras, Nancy Collaras, Janet
Montgomery, Katherine Lewis, Jean
Kent, Pat Purdom, Judy Helm. Row
3: Carolyn Ellis, Lola Meyers, Mrs.
Hawe, Jeanette Dondanville, Arlys
Gilge, Sharon Haughton, Joanne Ellis,
Helen Musgrove, Dixie Lander, Bar-
bara Brown, Phyllis Eaton, Loretta
Lodahl. Row 2: Delores Carter, Janet
Larsen, Peggy Dutf, Christina Con-
ner, Maurene Johnson, Marilyn Og-
don, Donna Jinkens, Verlene Bruce,
Darlene Bruce, Donna Wines, Mary
Hawkes. Row 1: Joyce Jensen, Fred-
erick Rasp, Don Stapleton, John
Moore, Dick Marriott, Charles An-
Row 2: Sharon Wells, Sandy Baker,
Kiki Denos, Maureen Sears, Margaret
Lane, Carolyn Acheson. Row 1: Judy
Lawrence, Gay Williams, Edieanne
Dickert, Diana Satterlee, Dianne Neli-
gan, Susi Smith.
OFFICE ASSISTANTS u
Row 3: Gay Hemphill, Peggy Fergu-
son, Joyce Craig, Kaye Smith. Roy 2:
Dolores Hefflinger, Norita Miller,
Millie Graham, Joyce Saety, Joan
Torgerson, Sally Rhodes, Donna Stew-
art, Margie Lundquist. Row 1: Molly
Clough, Lola Myers, Ann Byron, Mary
Jean Jensen, Janet Larsen, Shirley
Foreman, Joanne Cole, Barbara Giun-
toli, Elizabeth Lane.
Row 4: Bill Dorward, Dick Nolan,
Paul Edgerton, Mrs. Mowry. Row 3:
Pat Pryor, Shirley Agenbright, Corine
Wagner, Yvonne Condell, Pat Kirke-
by, Shirley Knutkowski. Row 2: Phyl-
lis Johnson, Sharon Hanson, Betty
Campbell, Pat Abraham, Sharon
Haughton, Barbara Shea. Row 1:
Joyce Christopherson, Mary Yam-
bra, Peggy Cress, Joco Harryman,
Margie Armstrong, Nancy Collaras,
Delta Mae Collaras, Rae Smith.
Row 3: Bob Elwood, Dave Wallbom,
Carol Becker, Jack Cashdollar. Row
2: Ann McLellan, Marilynn Willson,
Barbara Caldwell, Shary Kieland, Do-
lores Staats, Arlene Hielm, Carol
Lenzie. Row 1: Yvonne Minert, Shir-
ley Grung, Shirley Mays, Charlotte
Bilodeau, Donna Jinkens, Carol Wor-
den, Shirley Fielding.
Row 2: Mr. Lundberg, Mr. Tucker,
Mr. Dadion. Row 1: Miss Ward, Mr.
Fraback, Mr. Willis.
The Kimtah and The school note
that This year marks The end of Mr.
Fraback's forty years of service to
The school. We wish him every hap-
piness in his reriremenf.
Mrs. McKee, Mrs. Michales, Mrs. Mc-
Rae, Mrs. Berg, Mrs. Yarno.
Row 3: Paul Raferr, Ronald Miller,
Bob Thompson, Bill Sandsfrom. Row
2: Jim Carleton, Bruce Allen, Paul
Weed, Philip Holman, Bob Hoskin,
Trev Bryant Row 1: Keiih Willson,
Dick Taylor, Michael Norman, Tom
Hoskin, Bob Berg, Ronald Covello,
Row 3: Mr. Blaueri. Row 2: Roland
Salsbury, Sally Pattison. Row 1: Eu-
nice Vordahl, Carol Schmoyer, Ken
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Georgiana Gregor. Row 2: Kaye
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Janet Montgomery, Peggy Ferguson,
Janet Sherman, Roberta Spencer,
Neoma Hutchison, Shirley Sherman,
Eileen Hansen. Row 1: Marie Dowling,
Beverly Blake, Joyce Craig, Janet Lar-
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James Morningstar was born August 13, 1936 in Bellingham, Washington, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Morningstar and received his early schooling at Bremerton, Wash-
ington. He came to West Seattle as a Freshman November 16th, 1951. With his pleasant
smile, and pleasing personality he soon won his way into the hearts ot his fellow students,
teacher, and coaches.
He was interested in scout work and sports. James' greatest ambition was to be a
good athlete. His great heart and fighting spirit distinguished him as a potential out-
standing athlete at West Seattle High School. His desire to make good was also an
inspiration to his team mates.
He won his third team letter in basketball and was on the second team in baseball.
He was vice-president of his roll room.
We mourn his loss but his smile, spirit and ambition will live on in the hearts and
minds of his friends at West Seattle High and will be an inspiration to students and
athletes at West Seattle for years to come. .
"Think of Him still as the same, I say,
He is not dead, He is lust away."-James Whitcomb Riley
To him and to the spirit he leaves with us we dedicate the Sports Section of the
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. FIRST TEAM FOOTBALL 1951
Looking back on the T951 football season, it can be fairly stated that West Seattle had a fine year. Getting the
most out of all material, Coaches Ullin, Pripp, and Schall, led an inspired Blue and Gold team to a third place
finish and a 5-2 record.
Scoring only 43 points, to their opponents 48, the Indians showed that theirs was a ball club built around
team spirit, and team play. They proved that they were a "clutch team," a squad that could come through when
the chips were down.
Meeting Roosevelt's defending champs, in a muddy opener, the alert Indians downed the Teddies 2 to O. Next
came Franklin, and the valiant West Siders fought the Quakers on even terms, but lost a tough one 7 to O. Showing
plenty of power, the fired up squad, slapped a decisive T3 to 6 victory on a tough Lincoln eleven, for their best
effort of the season.
The Blue and Gold found Ballard's great football machine unstoppable, but fought hard all the way before losing
20 to 2. Again a vigilant defense proved the margin of victory, as Cleveland was turned back 2 to O. The spirited
Indians scalped the Grizzlies from Queen Anne, T2 to 9, and then closed offa successful season, showing fine power
in triumphing over a big Garfield eleven T2 to 6.
Evan Thomas and Greg Shadaberg received the honor of earning All-City berths, Evan as a defensive halfback,
and Greg as an offensive tackle. Howard Schwalm and Greg Shadaberg received trophies for making the most tackles,
tying with 85. Ken Rogers and Howie Schwalm were voted by their teammates as the most valuable players, and
Evan Thomas won the most important award, the Bob King inspirational trophy.
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Coach Bub Pripp's hard working second team, better known to players and fans alike, as the big red squad,
fought hard and played many a close game, but had to settle for last place in the league.
However, that doesn't tell the whole story, as the purpose of the second eleven is not only to win games, but
to give experience to non-varsity players, to raise team morale, and to supply practice opposition to the first team.
It can be said that they did this more than adequately, and it seems that they will be worthy successors to the
year's starting eleven.
The team showed a lot of individual talent. Starters of many of the games were: Bob Johnson, Ed Schaffer, ends,
Dave Leland, Jim Varco, tackles, Lou Tice, .loe Ramseyer, guards, Jack Chesterfield, Tony Joy, center, also Doug Bryan,
Bob Brown, Bill Phelan, and Gil Bellows, performed very well as backs.
...ex V THIRD TEAM '
WesT SeaTTle's Third Team, finished up in The middle of The league, wiTh Two wins, Two losses, and Two Ties. The
Papooses showed coniderable sTrengTh, and power, especially on The defene, as They were Unscored upon in Their
firsT Three games. In his iniTial year, Coach Ryland Schaal did a good iob, in producing well-coached TalenT, ThaT
will help Till varsiTy gaps nexT year.
Some of The ouTsTanding players of The season were Drew SmiTh, Dave DewiTT, Primo BaceTTi, Teddy Paull, Tom
Tonino, and Don Galloway.
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AlThough The 1952 WesT SeaTTle baskeTball Team'
had To seTTle for lasT place Tie, in The ciTy league, The
season was by no means a failure. Under The leader-
ship of Their new coach, Bud Pripp, The indians were
a hard working, hard Tighiing club which seemed To
improve wiTh almosf every game.
Playing on Their own courT, The WesT Siders were
one of The league's ToughesT Teams, winning Three,
and losing buT Two.
AT The season's end, The Indians had a squad able
To hold iTs own wiTh any Team.
SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM
Row 21 Bob Johnson, Bill Bigley, Jon Row 1: Kim MaTzdorf, Jack OrdT, Jim MorningsTar,
Sarher. Row 1: Dan Livingsfon, Bob lim Olding. Row 2: Larry McKinney, David Coghill,
Doxsiel Randy Williams- Dave DewiTT, Jim Harryman. Row 3: Jim Landberg, Ted
Foss, Russell Gish, .lim Park. Row 4: Dick McClenaghan,
Bob Lobadie, Brian Sadler, Jack Ulrich.
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Despite two losses, in their first two meets, the West Seattle track squad still had hopes for a successful season,
as this article was written.
Coach "Woody" Ullin's cindermen showed considerable strength in many events, but unfortunately were notice-
ably weak in others.
A bad break occurred, for the West Siders, before the season opened when an iniury to sprinter Sam Basset
kept him sidelined for most of the season. Nevertheless, the Indians were well represented in both the 100 yard dash,
and the 220, with Bill Phelan, Doug Pascoe and Lloyd Gowdy.
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Performing well in the 440, were Gary Eide, and Jim Carlton, while Jerry VonTalge looked good in the 880.
Jim Magnuson, sophomore, and Paul Thiry, were outstanding in the mile while the hurdles were dominated by
Dick Klein, Lorne Lanksbury, Darrel Cole, and Neil Anderson.
A pleasant surprise was the relay team, undefeated, and consisting ot Pascoe, Gowdy, Phelan, Eide, and Kerm
Represented by all-city Dick Klein, who was a consistent winner in both high, and broad lump, also Vern Peck-
over, the Blue 8. Gold, more than held their own, in these two events, but weaknesses were evident in both the pole
vault, and sihot put, but hopes were that Ed Bangsund, Paul Lange, and John Morgan, would improve this before
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Paul Billingsley, Jim AngsTead. Upper Inset: MaTT Sayre. Lower Inset: Mr. DoTy.
Off To a good sTarT, and sTill going sTrong, as we wenT To press, was The I952 golf squad. WiTh four
reTurning IeTTermen, and an array of promising newcomers, Coach DoTy's squad played winning ball and
had a 3-I record, losing only To RoosevelT.
The eighT man squad consisTed of: Jerry WesTra, MaTT Sayre, Bill Borkenhagen, and Vern Mackie.
Coach Frank's husling Tennis Team, goT off To a slow sTarT To begin The 1952 season, buT were sTeadily
improving, as lasT seen.
Losses To Cleveland and Lincoln accounTed for Two defeaTs, buT The rackeT squad sTilI was TighTing,
and hoping for a winning season.
Left panel: Bob Elwood, Roger Jacobson, Gene Huber, Don Wilbur, Right panel: David Haufala, Larry Pierce, Tim
Hill, Duane Terry. lnseT: Coach Franks.
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YELL: Ron Newswander, Ed Becker, SONG: Donna Scheffield, "Tiny"
Dave Davies Cchiefi, Kim Maisdorf, Oman, Mary Render, JoLee Davis,
Randy Williams. Advisor: Mr. Warne. Maureen PooIey.Advisor:Miss Lowe.
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2: Joanne Ask, Swimming, Arlene Hielm, Volleyball, Janet Sherman, Softball.
3: Donna Wines, Soccer, Delores Whitten, Tennis, Virginia Knutson, Basketball.
4: Miss McElwee, Miss Lowe.
Top left: Back dive, Top right: Stre-e-tchp Middle left: Mermaids? Middle
right: Here we come, Bottom left: Over the top! Bottom right: Pyramid.
UPPER LEFT-Back row: Roy Benson, Don Jones, Ramon Weis-
ptinning, Ken Powell, Jim Carleton, Gary Shannon, Michael Dell,
Dick Voris. Center row: Jim Murphy, Ken Field, Bob Martindale,
Pete Weimern, Steve Mattox, Malcolm MacCormac. Front row:
Keith Cline, Edward Parker, Ed Hawn, George Yetter, Harold
Williams, Gene Freeburg.
LOWER LEFT-Back row: Gary Ammerman, Vern Woodard, Bob
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Gary Gaffner, Jim Angstead, Fred Bourland, Paul Billingsley.
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Wheeler, Mario Peattelli, Mike Butler, Brian Sadler, Ray Case,
Roy Jacobson, Thad Stevens, Bob Marwick. Front row: Coach
Doty, Rod Edwards, Len Talbot, Rod McCollord, Craig Roland,
Jerry Sykes, Russ Hansen.
LOWER RIGHT-Back row: Don Nelson, Wayne Holmstead, Barry
Alpaugh, Jack Ulrich, Paul Thiry, Ron Ellinberg, Malcolm Mac-
Cormac, Jim Grasso. Center row: Wayne Easton, Gene Sullivan,
Bob Edwards, Art Freelund, Richard Abel, Dave Coghill, Pete
Wemern, Jerry Gilbert. Front row: Dwight Thorn, Leslie Bowers,
Randell Mason, Roland Mason, Don McCleary.
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Qdunselor offi WJ President, Pat Kelly, Vice-President Sponsor
Qty! ' reshman Class
th if of p emb he cl of '55 entered West Seattle High School with a membership of 424, one of the
any est f a s s list in th school's history. Their shyness to West Seattle was soon dissolved by their
e asm or allenge.
f t offic ste s our e ction of class officers. Pat Kelly, vice-president, Nancy Lang, secretary, Stu Tren-
d Franks our counselor.
tly fter t - - - t' we selected the gardenia 'as our class flower, and blue and white as our colors. In main-
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or the first socia M e 3 t the class of '55 sponsored a dance, "The Basketball Bounce." We have also participated
actively in different drives which were beneficial to our school.
The freshman spirit in school is outstanding. Their loyalty to their new Alma Mater has been demonstrated by their
willingness to enter every extra-curricular activity to which they are eligible.
We hope to accomplish more in our next three years, to make our class of '55 a class worthy of its predecessors.
Freshman Class President
Richard Abel, Nancy Anderson, Richard
Anderson, Nilla Antonick, Mary Lou
Arnold,Bruce Ault, Delores Austin,Annie
Row 1-Michael Baldwin, Darlene
Bangle, Pat Barber, Murl Barker, Myra
Barnes, Carolel Beckstrom, Linda Bell-
inger, Barbara Bergen.
Row 2-Jim Bergstrom, David Biles,
Carmen Bierke, Darlene Bloom, Bob
Borkenhagen, Chester Borsh, Myra Bow-
en, Les Bowers.
Row 3-Carole Breski, Anita Brown, Jim
Brown, Marian Bruhns, Martin Buckner,
Bob Burgess, Jim Burr, Viola Butler.
Row 4-Harley Campbell, Judy Campbell,
Delores Carter, Marian Chandler, Marlys
Chase, Sandra Chase, Delores Chriest,
Row 5-Ann Etta Christiaw, Joan Clark,
Pat Clark, Karen Clarkson, Edith Cliff,
Sharon Coates, Roy Cochran, David Cog-
Row 6-Pat Cole, Zerifia Collaras, Violet
Cooper, Nancy Corning, JoAnn Coulter,
Jim Cox, Lynne Cox, Jacklyn Cushman.
Row 7-Jim Cushman, Sandra Dahl, Betty
lou Da h ley, Florence Daniloff, Peggy
Davidson, Catherine Davis, Lorraine Day,
Row 8-David DeWitt, Jim Donaldson,
Russell Dow, Patsy Doyle, Joan Dupuy,
Wayne Easton, Bob Edwards, Darlene
Row 9-Maxine Edwards, Keith Eldred,
Ronald Elliot, Vernon Ellis, Dave Emory,
Dale Erickson, Jerry Erickson, Dee Evans.
Row 10-Sally Fabri, Ben Farrar, Wyoma
Farrell, Sharon Fessenden, Bob Fickle,
Shirley Fielding, Barbara Fields, Nancy
Row 'l'l-Joy Firestone, Judy Fisher,
Janice Flaquinti, Carolyn Flint, Connie
Foss, Theodore Foss, Delma Fredrickson,
Row 'I2-Kenneth Frederickson, Arthur
Freelund, Carol Frydenlund, Robin Gaff-
ner, Eugene Gallinatti, Marilyn Gibson,
Alma Gill, Charles Goertz.
Row 13-Gerald Gogerty, Gary Gollier,
Raymond Gonstead, Roy Goodier, Fran-
cis Goodwin, Nancy Grier, Kenneth
Gregg, Donna Lee Guyman.
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Row 'I-Beverly Hall, Bruce Hall, Karin
Hambidge, Wendell Hammond, Barbara
Hannaford, Joanne Hansen, Virginia
Hanson, Richard Harison.
Row 2-Ann Hathaway, Dorothy Hathe-
rell, Sonia Haugsvar, Arlene Hawkinson,
Eleanor Hayman, Pat Hearne, Yvonne
Henderson, Dorothy Henry.
Row 3-Walter Hill, Marilyn Hilliker,
Marlene Hoff, Laura Holmberg, June
Holt, Bob Holter, Ray Holton, Frieda
Row 4-Dona Humphreys, Joanne Hun-
singer, Carol lngberg, Jerry Jacobson,
Lila Jamison, Jean Jarrett, Sonia Jen-
sen, June Jernberg.
Row 5-Ellene Johnson, Howard Johnson,
James Johnson, Jerome Johnson, Bob
Johnston, Wayne Johnston, Norma Jor-
genson, Susie Koreski.
Row 6-Ruth Katsman, John Kegley, Col-
leen Kelly, Patricia Kelly, Rita Keenan,
Ralph Kennicott, Genie Kent, Chris King.
Row 7-Yvonne Kramer, Anne Kriegel,
Joy Krusie, Marilyn Kuntz, Lawrence
Landingham, Janette Lane, Nancy Lang,
Row 8-Fay Larson, Jerry Larson, Mary
Larson, Judy Lawrence, Carol Lehwalder,
Beverly Lenon, Bob Lenzie, Carole Lewis.
Row 9-Bill Light, Lorna Lockhart, Elmer
Logan, Carol Lorentzen, Louise Lunde,
Don McClary, Arlene McGiIvery, Jerry
Row 10-Bill McLaughlin, Michael Mc-
Laughlin, Mary MacMillan, Jane Man-
well, Barbara Mast, Joan Masters, Kim
Matzdorf, Carole Millard.
Row 'll-Douglas Minter, Patti Monette,
Kerry Mullan, Meretta Munger, Virginia
Munro, Pat Murphy, Jay Murray, Sharon
Row 12-Jim Neumann, Helene Nielsen,
Florence Nikas, Charles Nowlin, John
Nylander, Donna Ogilvie, Melvin Oia,
Row 'I3-Elva Olgren, Marcia Olsback,
Edia Olson, Jim Olson, Jean Olson, Roger
Olson, Ron Olson, Sylvia Oman.
Row 'I-Patty O'Reilly, Rita Ozerkoff,
Janice Paoletti, Eddie Parker, Hazel
Paulson, Normandie Pearce, Al Perry,
Row 2-Jennie Plenkovich, Lorraine
Plumridge, Larry Pierce, Pat Purdom,
John Purvis, Shirley Reeves, Betty Ren-
der, Robert Rhoads.
Row 3-Glenna Rhodes, Betty Richey,
Gary Richardson, Tom Richardson, Jim
Robbins, Marian Robertson, Louella
Rock, Don Rockwell.
Row 4-Keith Rockwell, Shirley Rogers,
Shirley Roses, Mary Ross, Nancy Ross,
William Salisbury, Yvonne Sanderson,
Row 5-Lary Savery, JoAnn Saylor, Dan
Schultz, Sally Scott, Carrol Shaffer, Jean-
nine Sheldrup, Shirley Sherman, Leora
Row 6-Lila Shetley, Mary Ann Short,
Michael Simpson, Carol Skordal, Janis
Sletten, Gary Smith, Shirley Smith, Terry
Row 7-Michael Smithrud, Patsy Spangle,
Roberta Spencer, Fred Spurrell, Frank
Starkey, Fred Steik, Inez Stegman, Ron-
Row 8-Virginia Strand, Mariio Swen-
son, Claudia Sykes, Muriel Tabb, Dick
Taylor, Joanne Tebelman, Curtis Tenzler,
Row 9-John Tevis, Darrel Thiel, Paul
Thiry, Evonne Thompson, Sandra Thomp-
son, Suzanne Thompson, Dwight Thorn,
Row 10-Pat Tope, Joe Toth, Stuart
Trenholme, Susan Tucker, Patty Turner,
Pete Tyler, Betty Ulvilla, Fred Ulvilla,
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Row 11-David VanNotric, Bud Vetter,
Lee Rose Vitalich, Bill Walker, Elizabeth
Wallace, Julia Wallace, Alice Water-
house, Marilyn Way.
Row 12-Marie Webb, Peter Weimern,
Harry Weitlauf, Danny Westlund, Charles
Whitten, Harold Williams, Dave Wilson,
Bill Wilton. y
Row 13-Marsha Mage, Eileen Nelson,
Gene Sulivan, Leona Sunde, Bob Wold,
Miss Philips, Dee McDonald, Vice-PresidenT, Tim Hill, Presidenf, Phyllis John- Mr. Rakus,
Counselor son, Secretary, Joan Bailey, Treasurer. Sponsor
More Than five hundred sTudenTs of The sophomore class of WesT SeaTTle worked very indusTriously To make The
following proiecfs and eve-nfs successful in The year of T951-52.
ln The fall The elecTions were held and shorTly following The class cards were drawn up and disfribufed. A mag-
azine drive in Ocfober in which The sophomore class parTicipaTed was a fine example of class cooperafion and indusfry.
ShorTly afTer Thanksgiving our class dance "Gobble Wobble" was presenTed.
As The school year passed on, iT was found ThaT our class was well represenTed in school acTiviTies. There were a
number of ouTsTanding scholars and aThleTes and many parTicipaTed in clubs and organizafions.
Our proiecfs and acTiviTies were successful because of The Time and efforT of many sophomores, buf a good deal
of The crediT goes To Mr. Rakus, our sponsor, and Miss Philips, our counselor. We are deeply graTeful for Their help and
TIM HILL, ,
Sophomore Class Presidenf
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Row1-Marilyn Bartel, Alice
Bateman, Sue Bauer, Beverly
Beers, Marilyn Belmont, Roy Ben-
son, Irvin Benzoin, Robert Berg.
Row 2-Charlotte Bilodeau, Char-
lene Blazer, Pauline Blond, Tom
Bloxam, Donald Bohlin, Donna
Bohlin, Marilyn Bouldron, Meri-
Row 3-Fred Bourland, Bill Braun,
Bob Brazier, Barbara Brown, Don-
ald Brown, Farrell Brown, Jackie
Brown, Janis Brown.
Row 4-Darlene Bruce, Verlene
Bruce, Donna Brunlow, Beverly
Burghardt, Mary Burke, Mary
Burney, Pat Burney, Robert Bur-
Row 5-Jerry Butsko, Jim Carle-
ton, Sally Carlson, Siv Carlsson,
Dave Ca rswell, Raymond Case,
Larry Caseman, Virginia Cettolin.
Row 6-Marilyn Chandler, Joel
Chamberlain, Mary Chartrand,
Jim Chrisman, Dolly Christianson,
Dorothy Claggett, Molly Clough,
Row 7-Darrell Cole, Virginia
Cole, Janette Coleman, Christina
Conner, Mary Cooper, Neil Cor-
bin, Carol Coyle, Melva Cramer.
Row 8-Louella Cranage, Marlene
Crockett, Lillian Croft, Verna
Dalin, Barbara Damm, Joanne
Davis, Michael Dell, Barbara
Row 9-Marcella Dethloff, Edie-
anne Dickert, Pat Dickinson, Jo
Donaldson, Larry Drake, Carol
Duncan, Fred Dunlap, Marlene
Row 10-Ellen Duval, Phyllis
Eaton, Roberta Eaton, Eddie Eck-
berg, Darlene Edwards, Rolland
Ehlers, Ronald Ellenberg, Bob El-
Row 'I'l-Ed Emerick, Carolyn Es-
nauf, Peggy Everitt, Joyce Falen,
Darvel Farrell, Ernest Feske, Ron-
ald Finlay, Shirley Fisher.
Row 12-Dawn Fitch, Jo Forsch-
miedt, Roberta Fortune, Stanley
Falk, Bill Fredrickson, Gene Free-
burg, Allen Freeman, Dixie Frew.
Row 13-Diane Friesen, John
Frost, Kenneth Fuller, Don Gallo-
way, Ted Gamlen, Jerry George,
Gary Giacomini, Jerry Gilbert.
Row 'l-Larry Gill, Patty Gill,
Charlaine Gillmore, Russell Gish,
Fred Glandon, Janis Glotfelty,
Jama Goodman, Jim Grasso.
Row 2-Shirley Green, Marie
Greene, Warren Gregory, Shirley
Grung, Janet Guyll, Jerry Hag-
berg, Nancy Hair, Dick Hamilton.
Row 3-Lois Hanscom, Fred Han-
sen, Jean Hansen, Russ Hansen,
Carol Harbuck, Gaye Harpster,
Georgine Harris, Marilyn Harris.
Row 4-Jim Harryman, Cathy Har-
sant, Fritz Hayes, Ralph Headman,
Gay Hemphill, Jim Henderson,
Kurt Hendricks, Betty Henry.
Row 5-Harriet Henry, Diane Hill,
Tim Hill, Gael Hielm,Joyce Hoesly,
Williard Halcombe, Janice Halien,
Row 6 - Bill Houston, Nancy
Hughes, Betty Hunt, Viola Hunt,
Shirley Jacobsen, Lee James, Don-
na Jenkins, Joy Jensen. ,
Row 7-Donna Johnson, Ester
Johnson, Marnene Johnson, Mary
Johnson, Suzanne Johnson, Jim
Johnston, Darlene Junkert, Paul
Row 8-Jack Kallerson, Ray Kal-
tenbach, Shirley Karvonen, Helen
Keele, Buzz Kerwin, Marilyn Kidd,
Betty Kidder, Sharon Kieland.
Row 9- Kent Kilstrom, Delores
Knight, Jackie Korthaus, Eleanore
Kremer, Dorothy Krull, Bob La-
badie, Eian Lack, Jim Landberg.
Row 10- Dixie Lander, Jeanette
Lane, Margaret Lane, Howard
Langlois, Janice Larsen, Karen
Larsen, Adele Larson, Leila Larson.
Row 11-Evan Laughlin, Barbara
Leahy, Carol Lehti, Joanne Leichty,
Marcia Lein, Dave Leland, Joann
Lemmon, Shirley Lesell.
Row 12 - Stella Levinski, Alice
Lewis, Katherine Lewis, Larry Lid-
strom, Lucia Light, Beverly Lloyd,
Cliff Locklin, Loretta Lodahl.
Row 13-Mildred Logan, Joanne
Lotz, Levi Lucero, Malcolm Mac-
Cormac, Ron McCarthy, Maureen
McClanahan, Dick McClenaghan,
Row 'I-Dee McDonald, Nancy Mc-
Gee, Shirley McGraw, Jim Mc-
Harness, Larry McKinney, Mike
McKone, Janice McLean, Gary Mc-
Row 2-Darlene Magee, Vernon
Mackie, Bill Magnuson, Shirley
Mallory, Marcia Marett, Pat Mar-
riott, Owen Martin, Julia Mathew-
Row 3-Dick Mayer, Nancy Meyer,
Jerry Miles, Donald Miller, Gerald
Miller, Nick Milosevich, Robert
Minnehan, Barbara Morchin.
Row 4-Virginia Morganroth, Dale
Mortensen, Elaine Moulas, Pat
Mullan, Connie Mullison, Jackie
Mulvey, Jim Murphy, Loretta Mur-
Row 5-Dianne Neligan, Don Nel-
son, Doris Nelson, Vee Nichols,
Patty Norris, Sandra Northrop,
Mildred Nuckolls, Patsy Nunn.
Row 6-Richard Nyberg, Dan Ny-
lund, Charlotte Oberteuffer,
Michael O'Brien, Gloria Ogden,
Marilyn Ogdon, Annabelle
O'Keefe, Pete Okicich.
Row 7-Jim Olding, Terry O'Neill,
Jack Oordt, Betty Osburn, Chrys-
tal Osborne, Gene Osburn, Jack
Ostrom, Keith Palmer.
Row 8-Ellen Palo, Jo Anne Pan-
nek, Terry Paoletti, Jim Park,
Delores Parker, Louise Parry, Rod
Partee, Teddy Paull.
Row 9-Russell Payne, Mike
Pearce, Mary Pelletier, Dorothy
Perrine, Lorraine Perry, Trudy
Peterson, Kenneth Peterson, Joe
Row 10-Barbara Pfaff, Bill Phe-
lan, Jim Phelps, Bob Picknell,
Carol Pilgrim, Thomas Plakinger,
Tom Plucinski, Barbara Plummer.
Row 11-Bob Porter, Pat Porter,
Shirley Porter, Melvin Prather,
Marilyn Purcell, Richard Raper,
AI Rasmussen, Carol Ray.
Row 12-Peggy Reilly, Carol Rice,
Don Rice, Ronald Rice, Eddie Rick-
ard, Bob Ridge, Phill Robicheau,
Row 13-Bill Ross, Marilyn Rush,
Alice Saari, Brian Sadler, Gerald
Samson, Allan Sandin, John
Sather, Diana Satterlee.
Row 1-Lillian Schaper, Margaret
Scott, Donette Scrimsher,Maureen
Sears, Sue Sellars, Karen Shaffer,
Row 2 - Roberta Sharp, Pat
Shaughnessy, Robert Shoemaker,
Douglas Shown, Eva Skordal, Vir-
gie Smestad, Alice Smith, Arlene
Smith, Bruce Smith.
Row 3-Drew Smith, Susi Smith,
Wendell Smith, Leona Sollie, Neal
Standal, Don Stapleton, Jean
Stensrud, Larry Steputis, Delores
Row 4 - Bonnie Stewart, Don
Stubb, Gene Sullivan, Mike Sulli-
van, Dixie Sunderland, Sandra
Sutton, Lorraine Sweeney, Nels
Swenson, Allan Sweet.
Row 5-Norma Swindell, Frank
Taylor, Gary Teachout, Robert
Terrana, Barbara Thompson, Bob
Thompson, Marlene Thompson,
Shirley Thompson, Ann Thrasher.
Row 6-Sallie Thronson, Don Thur-
low, Beverly Tomlinson, William
Tompson, Lorraine Torgeson, Bob
Torney, Wayne Traversie, Ed
Troupe, Nullene Turner.
Row 7-JoAnne Turney, Noreen
Van Notric, Jerry Vetter, Carol
Vincent, Loretta Viteshek, Shirley
Urlin, Konrad Waage, Patsy Wag-
ner, Walt Wagner.
Row 8 - Marliss Wahl, Clayton
Walker, Denny Walker, Ed Walker,
Jack Walsh, Ralph Warford, Char-
lotte Webber, Merle Webster,
Row 9-Kathleen Weimern,Sharon
Wells, Bob Wendel, Vina West
over, Janet Westra, Fred William,
Cecil Williams, Gay Williams, Os
Row 10- Beverly Williamson,
Keith Willson, Beverly Wingate
Carole Whitaker, Elizabeth White,
Jeanie Whiterall, Shirley Woeck
Marianne Wofford, Kay Woods.
Row 'l'l-June Woods, Carol Wor
den, Marlene Wright, Eileen Yam
bra, Lora Yates, Eddie Zobrist
Lorraine Anderson, Marilyn An
derson, Barry Alpaugh.
Row 12-Gary Boender, Bob Bry
an, Dick Burnett, Evon Chapman
Jack Cooper, Richard Cronquist
Barbara Devoe, Jeanette Dondan
ville, William Duncan.
Row 'I3-John Ekholm, Bob Gaines
Joe Hall, Phyllis Johnson, Bonni
Kvalheim, Shirley Komundstod.
Mrs. Hughes, Mary Render, Vice-President, Bob Doxie, President, Gary Gaffner, Miss Dunn,
Sponsor Secretary, Shirley Foreman, Treasurer Counsellor
Junior Class r
We are up there at last! The class of '53 has made itself felt in the school's activity program.
The first activity was our election, and we made it a real one. Over 952 of the class balloted, and the officers
were chosen in some very close races. This interest in the election has been followed up by a helpful backing of its
chosen leaders, and we are grateful of the support.
We have cheerfully entered into such school activities as the Toy Drive, Books for Korea, and the March of Dimes.
Our dance, "Sweetheart Swing," was held February 12, to blend well with the Valentine's day spirit. All the
proceeds are to be used for what we hope to be the best Senior Prom that West Seattle has ever had.
We have had our share in athletics, too. A few boys earned their Chenile "W's," and others found a starting
position on teams. Some of our outstanding athletes played to an all-city caliber, which is rare for iuniors only in
their second year of athletics.
Our year has been a good one, and our many experiences will help us when we're "on top".
Our successes are due also to the splendid counseling of Miss Dunn and our swell, easy to work with advisor,
Next year we are sure that we'll keep West Seattle the best school in the city.
Junior Class President
BAKER, LOU ANN
BUCHANAN, LEE ANN
BUTLER, CAROLYN I
DAVIS, JO LEE
DEL BIANCO, GEORGIA
DEL BIANCO, TED
DE LONG, CHARLEEN
DU BEAU, BARBARA
DU CHARME, JOY
GEORGE, MARY LEE
GILLIS, JO ANN
GRAY, CAROL ANN
HULL, LA DONNA
KASTET, LO RAY
MC ADAMS, JANICE
MC BRIDE, GLEN
MC CONKEY, SYLVIA
MC COY, HELEN
MC DERMOTT, STEVE
MC ELHOSE, DONALD
MC ELVAIN, MARGARET
MC FARLANE, RONALD
MC GARVAN, JIMMY
MC GEE, JACK
MC KINSTRY, WARREN
MAC DONALD, ROBERT
MAC KENZIE, JOHN
VON TALGE, JERRY
WILLIAMS, ROD .
WYSE, MARY '
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Counselor Keeley, Secretary, Sharon Anderson, Treasurer. Sponsor
This is the year vve have been waiting so long for, our senior year. When we entered West Seattle in our fresh-
man and sophomore years, 1952 seemed like a very distant date, but now, as graduation nears, we realize how short
a time we actually have spent at West Seattle.
We have countless memories and good times to look back on, assemblies, football and basketball games, the Pow
Wows, the Senior Play, the Senior Breakfast, and many others. Then, to climax our high school days in a traditional
manner, we looked forward to the Luncheon, Assembly, Picnic, Senior White Day, Commencement and the Prom.
As we look back over the projects and activities of our class during the last four years we find an excellent record
of both co-operation and school spirit of the members of the class. We ovve a great deal to our advisor, Miss Phillips,
and our sponsor, Mr. Jacobsen, who gave us the encouragement and advice that carried us through these years suc-
Members of the Class of '52 have excelled in all fields and we are indeed proud of them. We are also proud to
have been a part of West Seattle and to be able to remember it as our Alma Mater in the many years to come.
DAN McDONNELL, W
I-Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
4--Hobbies. 5-School Activities. 6-Ambition.
Zoffel, George-I, George, 2, "Dream", 3, That's strictly
for the birds, 4, Dancing, skiing, baseball, 5, Honor Soci-
ety Pres., Chief Justice of Student Court, baseball, 6, To
cope with life's successes and get my picture on the front
page of the Senior Section.
CWe aim to please! The Editorsi
Abbott, Carole-I, Hey Abbottl, 2, "Cold, Cold Heart", 3,
Stop, you fool, I'm only three, 4, Mog Ni, Dorians,
dancing with Goofus, 5, W Club, Art Club, Drama, Sr. Play,
Pow Wow, 6, To always take Charlotte, Myrna, and Sally
with me when I go to the summer home on Camano Island.
Abraham, Patsy-I, Abie, 2, "Because of You", 3, ReaIly?,
4, Ice skating, swimming, 5, Make-Up Club, Retailers, 6,
To see the other half.
Alger, Dale-I, Algiers, 2, "When You Say I Beg Your Pardon
Then l'll Come Back to You", 5, Baseball, Boys' Club, 6,
To be a "pro" baseball player.
Allen,.Bruce-I, Al, 2, "Whispering", 3, Oh Heckl, 4, Radio,
sailing, 5, Stage Crew, Warriors, Assembly Comm., 6, To
Allen, Jack-I, Jackson, 2, "Tennessee Waltz", 3, Howdy,
boy, 4, Photography, rifle shooting, 5, Boys' Club Comm.,
6, Owning a horse ranch.
Anderson, Birger-I, Bud, 2, "Laura", 3, How's she going?,
4, Raising flowers, 6, To be a florist.
Anderson, Sharon-I, Frilly, 2, "Undecided", 3, What? 4,
Dancing, swimming, skating, J O G, Tri L, 5, Treas. Sr.
Class, Roll Pres., Girls' Club Comm., Torch, 6, To have
friends all along the way and make a new one every day.
Appel, Patty Jo-I, Jo, 2, "AIways", 3, Girls, you're not with
me, 4, Dancing, swimming, having fun, 5, Girls' Club
Pres., Torch, All-City G C Pres., 6, To be successful in all
Appel, Bob-I, Socko, 2, "Because of You", 3, Boy, you
know it too, 4, Tennis, basketball, Senior Hi Y, skiing,
5, W Club, Roll Pres. and Representative, 6, To be the
best man at Joey and Jerry's wedding.
Argenbright, Shirley-I, Nona, 2, "Peg of My Heart", 3,
Norm, would you please come and get me?, 4, Piano,
dancing, dreaming about going to Hawaii, 5, Senior Play,
Flag Team, Retailers Club, Refreshments Comm., Fresh.-
Soph. Comm. Chairman, Attendance Office, 6, To have
clean sheets when Jeanie stays overnight.
Armstrong, Margie-I ,Micki, 2, "Cold, Cold Heart", 3, Iggie
Erler, 5, Spade, Girls' Club, Sr. Choir, 6, To marry Ted
and move to Montana.
Ask, Joanne-I, Jo, 2, "You'II Never Walk Alone", 3, I can't
find it, 4, Tri L, swimming, skiing, horses, sailing, music,
5, Chinook Staff, W Club, Swim Manager, All-City Band,
Ski Club, Pan American Club, 6, To go to W.S.C.
Atkins, Kay-I, Katy Did, 2, "Unless", 3, You know it, 4,
Painting, men, French, roller skating, 5, Art Club, W Club,
Girls' Club, sports, Honor Society, 6, School marm and
Bachelor of Arts.
Auve, Dean-2, "Because of You", 3, That's what she said,
4, Wood working, hunting, swimming, 5, Boys' Club, 6,
To be a draftsman.
Auve, Richard-I, Dick, 2, "Shanghai", 3, Hunting, fishing,
swimming, driving, girls, 5, Stage Crew, bowling, basket-
ball, 6, To be a successful architect and to get married
to a pretty girl.
Baltazor, Diane-I, Baltazor, 2, Anything by Frankie Lane,
3, Gee, I'm tired, 4, Sewing, J O G, Tri L, Mog Ni, 5, Tom
Tom, Assembly Commission, Chinook Feature Editor, Ski
Clubf 68 To go to Hood Canal with the gang and meet
Wi ur .
Barnes, Ardell-I, Barnsy, 2, "Blue Moon", 3, Pass the ball,
Finnie, 5, Baseball, football, basketball, Sec. of Gridsmen
Club, Vice-Pres. of W Club, 6, To go to college to be a
Barrelier, Steve-I, Orgy, 2, "Mambos", 3, Get off my back,
4, Reading about aviation and weather, 5, Boys' Club rep.,
6, To become a success in life.
Bartlett, Doris-I, Dorrie, 2, "Will You Remember", 3, I was
just kidding, 4, Ice skating, music, B Ys, 5, Girls' Club,
W Club, Honor Society, Big Sister, 6, To learn to take the
kinks out of naturally curly hair on rainy days, and attend
the University of Washington.
1-Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
Batson, Joan-I: Bats: 2: "Harlem Noctuorne": 3: I forget:
4: Collecting souvenirs, iazz, J O G, Tri Tanda: 5: Make-
Up, Tillicums, Torch, C S G, Sr. Rep.: 6: To help Thelma
chop down Wi Turd's Tree.
Bassett, Sam-I: Sourdough "Sam": 2: "Because of You":
3: Don't know what to tell ya: 4: Track, Barbara: 5: W
Club, Spike Shoe Club Pres., Roll Pres., Track, Band: 6:
To trap CBallard'sD Barbara.
Beck, Frank-I: Frankie: 2: "Diane": 3: Got a match? 4:
Seeing the world with George, girls, gooks, parties: 5:
Boys' Club, Lib. Rep., Roll Sec.: 6: To spend New Year's
Eve at the Place Pigalle.
Becker, Carolyn-I: Carrie: 2: "Stormy Weather": 3: Well,
l'll be gosh darned: 4: Horses, men and more horses and
men: 5: Kimtah, Girls' Club, st. hall checker, Tillicum:
6: To be successful at all I attempt to do.
Bellar, Louella-I: Lolly: 2: "Peace in the Valley": 3: I'll be
doggy went: 4: Skating, sewing, and that certain guy: 5:
Study hall checker, Senior Play: 6: To get wed and find
Bellingar, Mary-I: Melly: 2: "September": 3: You never
know: 4: Writing poetry, U S O, Tri L, W H O M: 5: Tilli-
cums, Sr. Choir, Tom Tom, Chinook, Make-Up Club, Coun-
selor's office: 6: To have music and happiness all my life.
Bench, Gordon-I: Gordy: 2: "Because of You": 3: What ya
want, a brownie button?: 4: Your life club, collecting
foreign money, cars, girls: 6: To lead a Christian lite.
Bennett, Jay-I: Caruso: 2: "Be My Love": 3: Tough all
over this time of year: 4: Singing, Drama: 5: Assemblies,
Pow Wow, Senior Play, Senior Breakfast: 6: Singer.
Bergen, Jerry-I: Bergie: 3: I don't know: 4: Bowling, swim-
ming, dancing: 5: Football, Gridsman Club, W Club, Pow
Wow, Stage: 6: To graduate.
Blackstone, Jim-l: Blackie: 2: "How High": 4: Music,
skiing, pool: 5: Sr. Rep., Drivers Club, Ski Club: 6: To
become a good musician, and drive a Cadillac.
Blake, Beverly-I: Bev: 2: "Because of You": 3: Guess
whatl: 4: Earl, dancing, sewing, reading: 5: Chinook,
Spade,dArt Club, Girls' Club: 6: To be a success in what
Blake, Dave-I: Mighty Mouse: 2: "All My Sins Are Gone":
3: Hi ya, Skweakyl: 4: Lettering, Poster Work: 5: Boys'
Club: 6: To serve Christ my Lord and Savior. '
Blaser, Bob-I: Blaser: 2: "Star Dust": 3: You know it:
4: Sports, dancing: 5: Boys' Club: 6: To travel.
Blue, Don-I: Azul: 2: "The World is Waiting for the Sun-
rise": 3: Fiscata: 4: Sports, fixing my car, Hoppy Club:
5: Football, basketball, Gridsman Club, Boys' Club Pub-
licity Chairman: 6: To grow up and be a big boy.
Botten, Darellegl: Dare Dare: 2: "Moonlight in Vermont":
3: Don't be bitter Burhnam: 4: Playing O' Heck with Alix,
Mari and Ida, J O G: 5: Make-Up Club, Ensemble, Music
Committee Chairman, Pow Wow: 6: To follow Alix up a
tree after Wi Turd.
Boulware, Alix-I: Little Bull: 2: "Because of You": 3: Hi,
Little Man: 4: Playing O' Heck with Ida, Darelle and Mari,
Pres. of Tri Tanda, J O G: 5: C S G Cabinet, Ski Club, Swim
team: 6: To climb a tree after Wi Turd.
Bourland, Billye Ann-I: Willy: 2: "Detour": 3: Pass the
potatoes please: 4: Having a good time wherever I go:
5: Make-Up, Publicity Comm., Girls' Club: 6: To go to
Texas and see the wide open spaces and always be happy.
Bray, Janice-I: Jan: 2: "How Deep is the Ocean": 3: Watch
it Doug: 4: Staying awake at Frances' parties: 5: P.-T.A.
Tea Dance, Chinook, Girls' Club, Senior Play, Tillicums,
Drama: 6: To grow up and be a big girl.
Bryant, Trevor-I: Trev: 2: "Chinese Blues": 3: Holy Cow:
4: Model building, Physics, Chemistry: 5: Stage crew,
Warriors, Roll Pres.: 6: To be a dentist.
Budschat, Margie-I: Red: 2: "Blueberry Hill": 3: Did ya
hear the one about-?: 4: Watching T V at the neighbors:
5: To be kind and do my best to uphold the Golden Rule.
4--Hobbies. 5-School Activities. 6-Ambition.
Burd, Fred-l: Curly: 2: "I Get Ideas": 3: I'm bushed: 4:
Eating, sleeping, and sports: 5: Track, Spike Shoe Club:
6: To graduate.
Burnham, Beverly-l: Bev: 2: "l Only Have Eyes for You":
3: Don't be bitter, Botten: 4: Goofing off, camera fiend,
J O G Tri Totem: 5: Girls' Club Chairman: Art Club,
Chinook Editor: 6: To follow Donna up the tree after
Burr, Bob-l: Brrrr: 2: "Zane Zana": 3: Oh No! 4: Skiing,
fishing, hiking, bowling, hunting: 5: Pres. Warriors, Class
of '52 Rep., Boys' Club Cabinet, In-School Comm.: 6: To
ride a bicycle backwards.
Buseman, Mary-I: Boozey: 2: "I'll Always Remember You":
3: Let's watch that stuff: 4: Swimming, bowling, water
skiing, Tri L Gooks: 5: Tom Tom, Torch, Band, Tillicums:
6: To get out of all the trouble I get into.
Byron, Ann-2: "Because of You": 3: Don't rush me: 4: Ten-
nis, Ping Pong: 5: Torch, Math. Club, Pan American Club,
Girls' Club, W Club, Office, Maintenance Comm. Senior
Play: 6: To go to college.
Cain, Alice-2: "Because of You": 4: Loafing, movies, Tri G:
5: W Club, Publicity, Dad's Night, Big Sister: 6: To grad-
uate and go to Whitman.
Caldwell, Barbara-I: Bobbie: 2: "Be My Love": 3: Really:
4: A certain boy, singing: 5: Senior play, V. P. Moccasin
Club, Girls' Club, Nurses' Aid: 6: Be a secretary and travel.
Calvin, Dave-I: Cal: 2: "Just One More Chance": 3: Yea,
you: 4: Cars, boats, Hoppy Club: 5: Radiator Gang, Roll
Pres., Drivers' Club: 6: To meet a movie star in Cali-
Campbell, Patricia-l: Pat: 2: "I'd Rather Have Jesus": 3:
Come on you guys: 4: Orderly in Virginia Mason Hospital:
5: Girls' Club, Honor Society: 6: To follow as He Leads.
Carmichael, Frances-l: Fran: 2: "Melancholy Rapsody":
3: Gee whiz, what did I do now?: 4: Wahnee, my clarinet,
listening to Bob's Combo: 5: Pow Wow, Band, All City
Band: 6: To be a teacher at West Seattle in a few years.
Castlio, Carolyn-1: Foggy: 2: "l Get Ideas": 3: Ain't got
no dough: 4: Music, Y: 5: Band, Roll Officer, Orchestra:
6: To do things for others who are less fortunate than I.
Cherskov, Albina-I: Beanie: 2: "Stardust": 3: I like it:
4: J O G, Mog-Ni, sewing, H A G Row: 5: Girls' W Club
Sec., Roll Vice Pres., Torch, Apt. Clerk, Standards: 6: To
go back to Chicago and try to find my way around Mar-
shall Field and Co.
Childs, Delores-I: Del: 2: "Wonder Why": 3: Come on Janet,
let's go: 4: Dancing, Wahnee: 5: P.-T.A. Dance Comm.,
Senior Prom Comm., Nurses' Office: 6: To go around the
world on top of the P.-I. building.
Christ, Virginia-l: Ginger: 2: "Till Then": 3: Quit sayin'
I ain't sayin': 5: J O G, Tri L, Stardusters, Playng dirty
eight with Jo Ann and Tiny: 5: P.-T.A. Dance Chairman:
Roll Pres., All City Dance Council, Honor Society, W Club:
6: To take another trip with the Crazy I2.
Christopherson, Joyce-2: "Thinking of You": 3: You can
cry on my shoulder, Shannon: 4: Collecting records and
snapshots, listening to Shannon: 5: W Club, Retailers'
Club, Roll Pres.: 6: To shorten my last name to i0 letters.
Coghill, Lonnie-I: Ace: 2: "Sin": 3: Not bad: 4: Girls, bowl-
ing: 5: Bowling team: 6: To ioin the navy and ride a sub.
Cole, Joanne-l: Joey: 2: "Too Young": 3: Why didn't
you call me last night, Jerry?: 4: J. W., J O G, Tri Tanda,
Dancing: 5: Office, Senior Dance Comm., Girls' Club Rep.,
Prom Comm.: 6: To see my graduation present.
Cole, Shannon-I: Irish: 2: "They Say": 3: Joyce, I didn't
get a letter: 4: Art, having fun: 5: Girls' Club Correspond-
ing Sec., Art Club Pres., Spade: 6: To become a good
Collaras, Delta-I: Del: 2: "Because of You": 3: For Pete's
sake: 4: Sewing, driving: 5: W Club, Retailers' Club:
Moccasin Club: 6: To be an office worker.
I--Nickname. 21Favorife Song. Sifuvorite Saying.
Collaras, Nancy Ann-I: Twinie: 2: "The Loveliest Night of
the Year": 3: Oh Mamal: 4: Sewing, driving, swimming:
5: Girls' Club Apt. Clerk: W Club, Moccassin Club, Re-
tailers' Club: 6: To be a comptometer operator.
Colliver, Joyce-T: Joy: 2: "Because of You": 3: Gollies: 4:
Dancing, shorthand: 5: W Club, Torch, Roll Room Vice
Pres.: 6: To marry Bill.
Condell, Yvonne-l: Ivy Inot poisont: 2: "Sophisticated
Lady": 3: I disagree with you dear: 4: Dancing, bowling:
5: C S G, Retailers' Club, Girls' Club Rep., Senior Rep.,
P.-T.A. Dance Comm.: 6: To get to Italy before l'm 2I
years old and see who I've been missing.
Conner, Joyce-Question: l'm only a soph., what am I doing
here?: Answer: Your picture said you were a senior,
not a soph., so you can give it all the credit.
Converse, Mariorie-l: Margie: 2: "Thinking of You": 3:
Bien: 4: Embroidery, hiking, dancing, collecting dolls:
5: Senior Play, Debate, Philosophy, Drama Club, Operetta,
Moccasin Club: 6: To go to Paris to be happy.
Conway, Jim-l: The mad drummer: 2: "The Shades of Nite
Were Falling but I Got a Good Peek Anyway": 3: Whadda
ya say, guy?: 4: Fishing, radio: 5: Roll Vice Pres., Pow
Wow, Band Concerts: 6: To be a good drummer in a
big name band.
Cook, Elsie-l: Lucy: 2: "Because of You": 3: Purdy ain't
it?: 4: Ronnie, Rainbow, C E, irritating my kid brother:
5: Girls' Club, Chinook, Sr. Play, Philosophy, Pan Amer-
ican Club, T Y F C: 6: To get married and prove they're
cheaper by the dozen.
Coonrod, Sherry-l: Sher: 2: "You'll Never Walk Alone":
3: What am I going to do?: 4: Swimming, sewing: Mog Ni:
5: P.-T.A. Dance, Faculty Tea, Swim Team: 6: To dog
paddle with Sl and S2 to Hawaii.
Cooper, Jason-I: Gabby: 2: "I Get ldeas": 3: Put off today
what you can do tomorrow: 4: Flying and Electronics:
5: Sleeping in study hall: 6: Sl0,000 a year with no
income tax. .
Crader, Nona-l: Nonie: 2: "Goofus": 3: Hurry up, Betty:
4: Jerry, learning how to cook: 5: Girls' Club, Sports:
6: To be a good wife to Jerry.
Craig, Jack-l: Clubfoot: 2: "Cold, Cold Heart": 3: You got
the wrong attitude: 4: Golf, pool, fishing: 5: Boys' Club,
Drivers' Club, Chinook Staff: 6: To out hustle Parmalee.
Cramer, Sally-l: Punky: 2: "Everything I Have is Yours":
3: Who has gas money?: 4: Mog Ni, J O G, J Ms, skiing,
dancing: 5: Girls' Club Comm., Ski Club: 6: To have bigger
and better party times at Camano Island.
Cranston, Mildred-I: Millie: 2: "Because of You": 3: Oooh,
am I ever: 4: Cooking, Bob, singing: 5: Girls' Club, Per-
sonnel Manager for Sr. Play: 6: To make somebody a good
Cress, Peggy-I: Cress: 2: "Longing for You": 3: Even: 4:
Bowling, dancing, Gooks, getting mad at R.: 5: Girls'
Club, Pres. ot Retail Club: 6: To go sailing in a ship with
my one and only Rick.
Cushman, Arlys-l: Pune: 2: "September Song": 3: l'm glad:
4: Skiing, swimming, J O G: 5: Senior Play, Apt. Clerk,
W Club, Historian: 6: To be sitting on top of the world
at the P.-I. building.
Davies, Dean-l: Red: 2: "Sentimental Me": 3: Bush: 4:
Women: 5: Intramural: 6: To own a brewery.
Davison, Donald-l: Slim: 2: "My Buddy": 3: Huh?: 4:
Hunting, tennis, stamps: 5: Sr. Play: 6: To become a
Deebach, Joanne-l: Joann: 2: "Sin": 3: Hey Sue, lookl:
4: Slumber parties at Charlottes, Pres. of Tri L: 5: Girls'
Club Comm., P.-T.A. Dance, Dad's Night, Mother-Daughter
Tea: 6: To go to the "U" with Sue and find my . . .
Dehaven, Mariorie-l: Margie: 2: "Whispering": 3: I'll be
there in lust a minute: 4: Ron: 5: Girls' Club Rep.: 6: To
learn to drive a car.
Delimitros, Artie-l: Greek: 2: "Tenderly": 4: Oooh, on
account of because: 4: My accordion, eating, reducing,
athletics: 5: Boys' Club Pres., Gridsmen Vice Pres., foot:
ball, baseball, Pow Wow: 6: To become half the man
my dad is.
Denos, Thalia-I: Thal: 2: "l'm in the Mood for Love":
3: How's that in shorthand, Jan?: 5: Apt. Clerk, Sr. Rep.,
Publicity Chairman: 6: To give everyone a big laugh out
of life, be a lab. technician and go to Bermuda with Mimi
41Hohbies. 5-School Acfivifies. 6-Ambition.
De Zarn, Jacqueline-I: Jacque, 2: "Over a Bottle of Wine",
3: I don't like your attitude, 4: H A G, Row, watching the
neighbors, T V, Mog Ni, 5: Roll Pres., Office, Torch, Pan
American, Spade, 6: To go to South America.
Dial, Bob-2: "How High the Moon", 3: Well whata yo gonna
do?, 4: Pool, Basketball, 5: Boys' Club, 6: Pass a French
Ditty, Janet-2: "Because of You", 3: Now Joan, is that
nice?, 4: Ice skating, meetings, swimming, 5: W Club,
Ski Club, Girls' Club, 6: To be an Airline stewardess and
to see the world.
Dixon, Gerald-I: Jerry, 2: "They Say", 3: I don't know,
4: Cars, floral work, sports, 5: Football, Drivers' Club,
6: To be a master pilot and keep from getting married
and getting tickets.
Dondanville, Raymond-I: Ray, 2: "Goofus", 4: Models,
woodworking, 5: Philosophy Club, 6: To be a nuclear
Dorward, William-l: Bill, 2: "Because", 3: Oh, for . . .,
4: King Hi Y, dancing, sports, 5: Roll Pres., Boys' Club,
Retailers' Club, 6: To be married at 22.
Dowd, Logan-I: Windy, 2: "My Hero", 3: Is dat so, 4:
Radio, music, 5: Sr. Choir, Moccasin Club, 6: To be an
Dracup, John-I: Johnny, 2: "lt Is No Secret", 3: What do
you say?, 4: Going out with Janet, 5: Warriors, Boys'
Club, Honor Society, 6: To graduate from College.
Drake, Charles-i: Chuck, 3: "Spas", 4: Skiing, my car,
5: Boys' Club, Ski Club, 6: First ascent on Mt. Everest
and ski instructor on Mt. Blanc.
Debeau, Donold-2: "Beethoven's 6th Symphony", 5: Honor
Society, Philosophy, Math Club, IOO Mile Club, 6: To
Duff, Peggy-I: Bunny, 2: "Too Young", 3: Sweet nothings,
4: Hope chest, 5: Spade Club, W Club, Boys', Moccasin
Club, 6: To build a bungalow big enough for two.
Duncan, Richard-I: Dunk, 2: "Would I Love You", 3: Be
serious, 4: Sports, sleeping, 5: Boys' W Club, baseball,
6: To be happy with Toots.
Ealy, Lorretta-I: Lorett: 2: "Thinking of You", 3: Let's
go on a diet, 4: J O G, B Ys, 5: C S G, Administrative Staff,
Girls' Club Rep., 6: Ooh, if you only knew.
Edgerton, Paul-T: Hey you, 2: "Red Sails in the Sunset",
3: Ah, come on, 4: Sports, dancing, King Hi Y, Life, 5:
Boys' Club, Retail Selling, 6: To be happy and retire at 21.
Edwards, Rod-I: Gig, 2: "God Bless America", 3: You can
be replaced, 4: Laughing at thin man McClelland, 5: W
Club, baseball, intramural basketball, Boys' Club, Spanish
Cub, 6: To be as good in baseball as Chuck and Jim.
Eggers, Geraldine-I: Gerrie, 2: "I Don't Want to be Kissed",
3: I don't give a care, 4: Dancing, J O G, Y, 5: C S G
Administrative Staff, Girls' Club, Roll Pres., 6: To have
Eldred, Duane-I: Tony, 2: "Whispering", 4: Sports, flying,
6: To have fun out of life.
Ellis, Joanne-I: Joey, 2: "l'd Rather Have Jesus", 3: Hey
Honey, 4: Glenn, music, Pan American Club, Y F C Club,
5: Moccasin Club, Girls' Club, 6: To follow my Savoir
wherever He leads.
Elsner, Leona-I: Francis, 2: "Tea for Two", 3: lt's terrific,
no lie, 4: Alki, J O G, music, 5: Girls' Club Vice Pres., 6:
To go to the U and live at Alki.
Emory, Katherine-I: Kathie, 2: "Thinking of You", 3: And
I laughed and laughed and laughed, 4: Horseback riding,
swimming, football and football players, 5: Moccasin
Club, Choir, 6: To get Barbara to change her mind and
go back to Eastern Oregon with me.
Engleson, Barbara-I: Joan, 2: "Till Then", 3: l'm not lying,
ask Janet, 4: Meetings, parties, swimming, skiing, dancing
and fun, 5: Ski Club, W Club, Torch, 6: To go to the U
of W, live in So. Calif., and always be happy.
I-Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
Ercolini, James-T, Erk, 2, "September Song", 3, That's the
way it goes, 4, Football, swimming, fishing, hunting, 5,
Math Club, Badminton, 6, To go to engineering school.
Evans, Don-l, Donnie, 2, "Belle Belle My Liberty Belle",
3, You're kiddinl, 4, Driving, dancing, music, 5, Boys'
Club, 6, To get in and out of college.
Everson, Carol-l, Elvie, 2, "Sophisticated Lady", 3, Oh,
that's priceless, 4, Doing Darrell's French, 5, Big Sister,
W S Band, All City Band, 6, To live long enough to take
a trip through space on a rocket.
Fancher, Dale-l, Fanch, 2, "Garden in the Rain", 3, Why
do you mock?, 4, Swimming, skiing, 5, Football, W Club,
Gridsmen Club, Boys' Club Rep., 6, To retire at 25.
Farmer, Allan-l, Al, 2, "Too Young", 3, Oh fishl, 4, Mess-
ing around and teasing, 5, Band, 6, To marry J. H.
Farr, Lois-T, Chloee, 2, "Cold Cold Heart", 3, Let's not
get carried away now, 4, Talking, laughing, dancing, 5,
Y Teens, Senior Play, Drama Club, J O G, 6, To be able
to keep from laughing myself sick every time l'm with
Carole and Merna.
Ferguson, Margaret-l, Peggy, 2, "Star Dust", 3, l don't
know what to tell ya, 4, Skiing, swimming, 5, Roll Pres.,
W Club Vice Pres., Spade Work Proiects Chairman, Torch,
Office Assistance, 6, To travel all around the world with
Dolores H. I
Forslof, Mary-l, Little Brat, 2, "Anything by Billy E.", 3,
Just don't know what to tell you, 4, Swimming, badmin-
ton, 5, Senior Play, Drama Club, Philosophy Club, Student
Court, Student Council, 6, To be happy and to make others
Forza, Rita-l, Reet, 2, "ln the Mood", 3, Hi, How are you?
4, Swimming, dancing, Pres. Tri G, J O G, 5, Sec., Treas.
Soph. Class, P.-T.A. Dance Comm., Prom Comm., 6, To
make a new friend with every smile.
Fossum, Phyllis-l, Phyl, 2, "Penthouse Serenade", 3, What
do ya say, Kid'?, 4, Music, rambling, sports, 5, School-
house Eight, Pinky's Lyres Club, Philosophy Club, W Club,
Spade, Band, Girls' Club, Honor Society, 6, To buy a house
for my unlucky man and ramble away to Paris.
Frans, Jean-l, Fran, 2, "Till Then", 3, Marilynn, where
did I put my keys'?, 4, E's, J O G, parties with Marilynn,
writing to Gary, 5, Office Staff, Permanent Torch, W Club,
Decoration Comm., Senior Class Rep., 6, To ride on the
roller coaster with The Girls when l'm 81.
Freitas, William-l, Bill, 2, "l Get ldeas", 4, Woodworking,
6, To be an engineer.
Frair, Eleanor-l, Ellie, 2, "Because", 3, That sounds good
to me, 4, Vice Pres. Tri G, J O G, skiing, E's, 5, Student
Body Sec., Editor Kimtah, Dad's Night Comm. Chairman,
Sr. Class Publicity Chairman, W Club, Permanent Torch,
6, To always see the other person's point of view and to
ride the roller coaster at 81 with the girls.
Frost, Joan-l, Frosty, 2, "Because of You", 3, lf you're
lucky, 4, Mog Ni, Tri Tanda, skiing, dancing, tennis,
Johnny, 5, W Club, P.-T.A. Dance, Senior Play, Dad's Night,
Ski Club, 6, To go to Washington State and be a fashion
Fulmer, Irene-l, Ham, 2, "Blue Moon", 3, Reallyl, 4, Swim-
ming, dancing, U S O, annoying Mr. Kish, 5, Drama Pres.,
Pres. Hams Club, C S G Cabinet, Debate, Senior Play, 6, To
tour Europe on a bicycle and to get a good college edu-
Gaines, Katherine-T, Kathy, 2, "Undecided", 3, ls that
right'?, 4, Swimming, sports, 5, Apt. Clerk, P.-T.A. Dance,
Installation Comm., Tililcums, Jack of All Trades Comm.,
6, To go to the University of Washington.
Gamlem, Patricia-l, Pat, 2, "Dancing Tambourine", 4,
J O G, art work, 5, Art Committee, Art Club, Ski Club,
Torch, 6, College, then work in some field of art.
Gill, Carol-l, Hon, 2, "l Love Thee", 3, Hey, honk, 4, Writ-
ing, 5, W Club, Girls' Club, Office, Honor Society, 6, To
settle down on a ranch in Oregon, raise six kids, and
publish my book.
Gillis, Barbara-l, Bobbie, 2, "Slow Poke", 3, You know it,
4, Dancing, skiing, walking, 5, Tri G, Spade, Drama, Girls'
Club, Big Sister, 6, To ride on the handle bars of Mimi's
bike to Bermuda.
Gillespie, Bob-l, Gill, 3, l like it, 4, Music, sports, 5, Foot-
ball, baseball Boys' Club, Gridsman Club, 6, U of W.
4-Hobbies. 5-School Activities. 6-Ambition.
Giuntoi, Barbara-I Barb, 2, "The Loveliest Night of the
Year", 3, Really'?, 4, Tri G, Mog Ni, J O G, 5, Girls' Club
Comm. Chairman, W Club Volleyball Manager, Spade,
Torch, Office Assistant, 6, To grow 3 inches taller.
Glotfelty, Doreen-I, Doe, 2, "Tenderly", 3, Hey fellas,
guess what happened?, 4, Wakiya, the long bus rides
to Garfield, 5, Pres. Philosophy, Sr. Play, Sr. Prom, Drama
Club, 6, To fulfill all my ambitions and stay happy at
the same time.
Gough, Marilyn-I, Marilyn, 2, "You'll Never Walk Alone",
3, Oh, no, I forgot it, 4, Music, swimming, skiing, Tri L,
5, Band, W Club, Pan American Club, Swim Team, Ski
Club, All City Band, 6, To go to W S C.
Grieve, Gordon-I, Gordy, 2, "Whispering", 4, Soccer, girls,
movies, 6, Paper my house with greenbacks.
Griffith, Glenn-I, The Kid, 2, "Garden in the Rain", 3,
Mockin', always mockin', 4, Gerrie, skiing, dancing,
swimming, cars, 5, Boys' Club, Drivers' Club, Hoppy Club,
6, To live the rest of my life at Sun Valley.
Grimison, Jeanie-I, Grim, 2, "Jealousy", 4, Masqueraders,
J O G, having fun with Mona and Norm, 5, C S G, Honor
Society, Girls' Club, 52 Rep., 6, To remember a ioke long
enough to tell it to Shirley.
Guyman, Milli Jean-I, Mil, 2, "It's All in the Game", 3,
Well, that's life, so they say, 4, Music, listening, 5,.W
Club, Band, Spade, Make-Up, 6, To be on time once.
Haines, Craig-2, "There Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chick-
ens", 3, Hold 'er Newt, she's rarin', 4, Hunting, fishing,
skiing, 5, Bowling, Senior Play, 6, Marry a rich widow.
Halliday, Barbara-I, Barbie, 2, "Tenderly", 3, Mary, you're
kidding, 4, Writing letters to Ellensburg, J O G, slumber
parties at Charlotte's, 5, Girls' Club, Sr. Play, P.-T.A.
Dance, Red Cross, 6, To go to Ellensburg and stay at
Hanawalt, Kathryn-I, Kathy, 2, "The Loveliest Night of the
Year", 3, lsn't that darling'?, 4, Sports, sewing, movies,
working at Sears, J O G, 5, Girls' Club Dept. Head, Torch,
W Club, Student Council, 6, To become a good secretary
and meet a lot of people.
Hannaford, Norma-I, Norm, 2, "Because", 3, Is it ever,
4, Art, music, 5, Roll Pres., Sr. Play, Ensemble, Torch,
Spade, Philisophy Club, 6, To be an occupational therapist
and to live up to my ideals.
Hansen, Eileen-I, Sunny, 2, "Sin", 3, Hey, what the hay'?,
4, Reading, sports, music, Tri Totem, 5, Faculty Tea,
P.-T.A. Dance, 52 Rep., Torch, Ensemble, Apt. Clerk, Choir,
6, To be happy and successful in all I do.
Hansen, Bernice-I, Bunny, 2, "Stardust", 3, Oh kid, I
forgot, 4, Mog Ni, skiing, swimming, music, 5, Roll Pres.,
Ski Club, Girls' Club, Senior Play, 6, To learn to ski
Hanson, Joan-I, Jo, 2, "Tennessee Waltz", 3, Donna, hurry
you'll be late, 4, Writing letters, 5, Spade, lunchroom,
Y F C, 6, To complete the third part of triple alliance.
Hanson, Sharon-2, "OId Black Magic", 3, Really, 4, Y
Teens, Mog Ni, Jimmy, 5, W Club, Girls' Club, Tillicums,
Mother-Daughter Tea, 6, To go to far away places with
Harris, Earl-I, Bud, 2, "The World is Waiting for the Sun-
rise", 3, Hey, this is a fun, group, 4, Radio, 5, Stage
Crew, 6, To be an electrician.
Harwood, Beverly-I, Bev, 2, "So Tired", 3, You wouldn't
dare, 5, Refreshment Comm., Tillicums, Office Assistant,
6, To always be happy.
Hastings, Gordon-I, Gordy, 2, "Too Young", 3, Gadl, 4,
Coin collecting, 5, Boys' Club, Ski Club, Warriors, foot-
ball, 6, To be a good football player.
Harryman, Joco-I, Joco, 2, "Whispering", 3, No, I'm going
out with Danny, 4, Danny, skiing, J O G, Tri G, 5, Roll
Rep., Roll Pres., Girls' Club, 6, To settle down to one man.
Heathers, Peggy-I, Pegs, 2, "Nevertheless", 3, Oh for
John's sake, 4, Driving, Y F C, listening to music, making
friends, 5, Senior Play, Red Cross, Nurses' Aid, Spade,
Drama Club, Philosophy Club, 6, To be an example of
I-Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
Hedden, Nadeen-I: Nay, 2: "Fool That I Am", 3: lt's a
partyl, 4: Swimming, dancing, listening to Geri's troubles,
J O G, Y, 5: Big Sister, Art Club, Publicity Comm., P.-T.A.
Dance, 6: Get married and have three baby boys.
Hefflinger, Dolores-I: Dolly, 2: "Because", 3: It's differentl,
4: Sports, music, Wahnee, 5: Spade Pres., Debate Pres.,
Chinook Editor, Torch, W Club, Office, Publicity Comm.,
Math Club, 6: To travel all over the world with Peggy F.
Heinrich, Doris-I: Dodie, 2: "Rhapsody in Blue", 3: Heynow,
how about that?, 4: Interns of Virginia Mason Hosp.,
5: Apt. Clerk, Nurses' Aide, 6: Same as ever-be a nurse.
Helm, .ludy-I: Jude, 2: "September Song", 3: Oh Yeh?,
4: Art, driving, swimming, dancing, ioking around with
the Fri. night gang, 5: Girls' Club, Senior Play, Big Sister,
Honor Society, Art Club, Moccasin Club, 6: Keep my date
at Ohio State College.
Hill, Janette-I: Jan, 2: "Too Young", 3: Hey AI, come herel,
4: Just fooling around, 5: W Club, 6: To graduate and
then marry A. F.
Hill, Marlene-I Merl, 2: "It Had To Be You", 3: Uh-huh!
Comiclel, 4: Catering to my man, 5: Girls' Club, 6: To
always be Janet's closest friend.
Hill, Nancy-I: Nance, 2: "My Best To You", 3: How fabu-
Iousl, 4: J O G, learning to Charleston on skiis, swimming,
5: Girls' Club Dept. Head, V. P. Honor Society, V. P. Pan
American Club, W Club, Ski Club, Freshman-Sophomore
Auxiliary Pres., 6: To bicycle through Europe with Betsy.
Hillary, Ann-I: Annabelle, 2: "Because of You", 3: That's
dandy, 4: Writing to Roger, sailing, skating, 5: Office,
Roll Pres., Big Sister, Girls' Club, 6: To own a PCC and
teach Roger to sail it.
Hislop, Janet-I: Janie, 2: "Be My Life's Companion", 3: Hi,
Guyl, 4: Square dancing, square dancing, and swimming,
5: Senior Play, Philosophy Club, Moccasin Club, Square
Dancing Club, 6: Prove to L. and N. that they aren't
cheaper by the dozen.
Hielm, Arlene-I: Swedey, 2: "The World is Waiting for the
Sunrise", 3: That's moldy, 4: Rifle Club, bowling, 5: W
Club, Study Checker, First Aid Unit, 6: That would be
Hoaclley, Patricia-I: Patty, 2: "lt's No Secret What God
Can Do", 3: Hey you guysl, 4: Art work, Johnnie, 5:
Girls' Club, 6: To follow my Lord and Master.
Hodson, Susan-I: Susie, 2: "Stardust", 3: Yeah Joanne, I
see him, 4: Tri Tanda, Slumber parties with Charlotte,
J O G, dancing, 5: P.-T.A. Dance, Scholarship Comm., Apt.
Clerk, Chairman Installation Comm., Chinook, Big Sister,
6: Go to the U with Jo.
Hoffman, Shirley-I: Sis, 2: "Stardust", 3: O My Goshl,
4: Swimming, skiing, dancing, J O G, 5: Girls' Club Coun-
cil, Torch, W Club, Roll Pres., P.-T.A. Dance, 6: To grad-
uate from the U. '
Hoskin, Robert-I: Bob, 2: "The World is Waiting for the
Sunrise", 3: Never fear, Hoskin is here, 4: Fishing, hiking,
baseball, 5: Boys' Club Treas., Warriors, Stage Crew,
Chinook Business Manager, 6: Graduate from the U of W.
Houghton, Sharon-i: Topsey, 2: "I'll Always Love You", 3:
Oh nutsl, 4: Playing the accordion, 5: All sports, 6: To
be a nurse and to get married.
Houles, Helen-l: Blackie, 2: Any Tango, 3: What would
I do without Phyllis?, 4: Dancing, eating, and arguing
with Emily, 5: Clerical Comm., Big Sister, 6: To get in
one night without being heard.
Huber, Gene-I: Hube, 2: Tommy Dorsey's "Boogie Woogie",
3: Ho I-Io that's richl, 4: All sports, playing a trumpet,
5, Senior Rep., Bowling Team, Tennis Team, Band, 6:
Gym teacher, agriculturist, or band leader.
Hugill, Philip-I: Phil, 2: "Tea for Two", 3: How about that?,
4: Fishing, sports, reading, 5: Assembly Commission, Sen-
ior Rep., Boys' Club, 6 To be happy and travel the world
Hurlbut, Betsy-I: Bets, 2: "Wunderbar", 3: Are you com-
ing toJ O G tonight'?, 4: J O G, Tri Tanda, skiing, 5: Girls'
Club Dept. Head, W Club, Torch, Ski Club, Prom Comm.,
6: To bicycle through Europe with Nancy.
lngle, Donna-l: Donnie, 2: "I Get ldeas", 3: What was
thatl, 4: Indians and iust about anything else, 5: Phi-
Iosophy Club, W Club, Senior Play, Girls' Club, Pan Amer-
ican Club Pres., Debate Sec., Torch, Big Sister, Informa-
tion Commission, Senior Rep., Math Club, First Aid Team,
6 Who knows, after college.
Irminger, Ray-I: Willie, 2: "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine",
3: That's a big crock, 4: Motorcycles, swimming, women,
5: Bowling, Fire Squad, 6: Be a successful engineer.
4-Hobbies. 5-School Acfivifies. 6--Ambition.
Irons, Betty-l, Beawoo, 2, "Cold Cold Heart", 3, Wait a
minute, Nona, 4, Skating, dancing, Gene, 5, Girls' Club,
Fire Squad, Red Cross, 6, To marry that man of mine.
Jackson, Marlene-l, Jackson, 2, "Nevertheless", 3, No
kiddin' kid?, 4, J O G, Tri L, 5, Girls' Club, Apt. Clerk,
Torch, Senior Rep., 6, To be happy at whatever l do.
Jacobson, Ida-l, Jake, 2, "Tenderly", 3, l'm sorry, 4, Y,
J 0 G, playing O' Heck with Al, Marge, and Darelle, 5,
Tillicums, Decoration, Honor Society, Roll Officer, 6,
Follow Darelle up the tree after Wi Turd.
Jacobson, Roger-l, Jake, 2, "Blue Moon", 3, l don't know,
you got me, 4, Taking what's her name out, skiing, bowl-
ing, tennis, 5, Boys' Club, Ski Club, tennis, Senior Play,
bowling, basketball, intramural, 6, To be a chemist, treas-
ure hunter, and deep sea diver.
Jarvimake, Milton-l, Mit, 2, "Undecided", 3, Censored,
4, Wine, women, and song, 5, Boys' Club, 6, To climb
the highest mountains.
Jensen, Elaine-2, "The Holy City", 3, Oh nuts, 4, Playing
the guitar, piano, singing, 5, Girls' Club, Senior Play,
Drama Club, Sr. Choir, 6, To become a primary teacher.
Jensen, Janet-l, Jan, 2, "There's No You", 3, Don't you
know T D?, 4, J O G, 5, Sr. Choir, Apt. Clerk, 6, To go to
Bermuda on a bicycle with Mimi and T D.
Jensen, Joyce-l, Rusty, 2, "Lonely Little Robin", 3, Pretty
moldy, 4, Traveling, collection of bottles, 5, Choir, Moc-
casin Club, Publicity Manager for Senior Play, 6, To grad-
uate and become Boys' Counselor at Yale.
Jensen, Mary Jean-l, M J, 2, "Because", 3, Hi, 4, Piano,
Rainbow, 5, Sec. Honor Society, Torch, Senior Play, Pow
Wow, Pan American V. P., Pres. Math Club, Debate, 6,
To bring a little happiness to someone every day.
Johanson, Mariorie-l, Margie, 2, "Heartbreakers", 3, Act
sensible, McMahan, 4, Playing O' Heck with Al, lda,
and Darelle, J 0 G, 5, Make-Up Club, Swim Team, P.-T.A.
Dance Comm., Council, Out of School Comm., 6, To see
Alix in the spotlight.
Johnson, Arnold-l, Arnie, 2, "Come On A My House", 3,
Come my beloved, 4, My wife, pigs, 5, Car driving, foot-
ball, tennis, bowling, Senior Rep., 6, To stay with my
Johnson, Carol-l, Johnny, 2, "Tenderly", 3, Fun wasn't
it?, 4, Drawing, 5, Make-Up, Girls' Club, 6, Live each
day to the hilt.
Johnson, Danna-l, John, 2, "l Get ldeas", 3, You think
not, huh? 4, Rainiers, sports, dancing, FHS, 5, Nurses'
Aide, Clerical, 6, To be a ball player's wife and secretary.
Johnson, Phyllis-l, Red, 2, "Fascinating Rhythm", 3, Welll,
4, Some, 5, None, 6, At times and now and then.
Jones, Gail-l, Jonesie, 2, "TilI Then", 3, You're kidding,
4, Swimming, dancing, 5, Girls' Club, Roll Pres., Honor
Society, 6, Must have misplaced it.
Jones, Lois-l, Mickey, 2, "Blueberry Hill", 3, Barb, l'm
hungry, what shall we eat?, 4, Dancing, Donnie, swim-
ming, horseback riding, 5, Torch, Spade, Chinook, Pow
Wow, Tillicums, Make-Up Club, 6, Real good wife to
Donnie and always carry the church key for the gooks.
Joyner, Barbara-l, Bobbie, 2, "Because of You", 3, Crumbl,
4, Sports, dancing, 6, To ioin the Spars with Kathi and
go see the navy!
Keeler, George-l, Professor, 2, "Stardust", 3, l say old
chap, 4, Radio, electronical repairing, 5, Senior Class
Rep., 6, To be a successful electronical engineer.
Keeley, Daisy-l, Peach, 2, "Deep Purple", 3, Hi, Honl, 4,
Nl's, E's, the old gang, J O G, 5, Senior Class Sec., W Club,
Girls' Club, Sr. Dances, Prom Chairman Decorations, 6, To
ride the roller coaster at the age of Bl with all the gals.
I+Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
Keitges, Kenneth-2, "That's My Desire", 3, Okay, so I'm
wrong, 4, Dances, eating, sleeping, 5, Boys' Club, 6, To
Kegel, Richard-I, Dick, 2, "Air Corps Song", 3, That's
tough, 4, Heh Heh.
Kelson, Wes-I, Unmentionable, 2, "Once Upon a Blue
Moon", 3, No, l'll never tell, 4, Music, industrial arts,
girls, 5, Band, 6, College, then to be a retired million-
Kent, Jerry-I, Geradine, 2, "The Old Rugged Cross", 3,
Jumpin' catfish, 4, Y F C, fishing, hiking, cars, girls, 5,
Band, Drivers' Club, Honor Society, Roll Pres., 6, To make
a success of my life.
Kienholz, Mariorie-I, Mickey, 2, "Because of You", 3,
Siempre manana, 4, Dancing, skiing, swimming, tennis,
6, To become president iladyl.
Kimpton, Rosetta-l, Rosie, 2, "Detour", 3, I don't care,
4, Roller skating, one certain senior, western music, 5,
Library, 6, Telephone operator, work.
Kinkade, Ken-I, Beastie, 2, "Whispering", 3, Oh, say now,
4, Boats, cars, 6, U of W.
Kirk, Robert-I, Bob, 2, "Jealousy", 3, You'lI never know,
4, Skiing, 5, Boys' Club Rep., 6, To go to college.
Kirkeby, Patricia-l, Red, 2, "Hey, Good Looin' ", 3, Bobbie,
don't call on mel, 4, Dancing, swimming, 5, Clerical, Sr.
Choir, Spade Chairman, Tom Tom, 6, To go to L A with
Shirley, and carry the shurch key for the gooks.
Klein, Bruce-I, Bruce, 2, "Make Believe", 4, Hunting, fish-
ing, swimming, 5, Boys' Club Council, Senior Play, 6, To
have ea good time in everything I do.
Knight, Roberta-I, Bert, 2, "Emraceable You", 3, That is
nicel, 4, Movies, singing, 5, Philosophy Club, Drama Club,
Fire Squad, Senior Play, 6, To write a book and have
20th make it into a movie.
Knittler, Ronald-l, Ron, 2, "Fliefe Mit Mir in Die Heimat",
3, Ich weiss nicht, 4, My new Ford, skiing, 6, To visit
the castles on the Rhein.
Knutson, Jerry-I, Knut, 2, "Because of You", 3, What do
ya say'?, 4, Boating, water skiing, 5, Football, Gridsmen
Club, Boys' Club Rep., 6, To take a trip to California.
Knutson, Virginia-I, Ginnie, 2, "When He Shall Come",
3, Oh crumb, 4, Ice skating, swimming, 5, W Club, Girls'
Club, 6, To become a secretary and sit on the boss' lap.
Koreski, Rally-I Cap, 2, "Strings of Pearls", 3, Yah, that's
right, 4, Automotive mechanic, 5, Roll officer, Boys' Club
Committees, intramural sports, 6, To get 4 A's and make
Kreklow, Ron-I, Sonny, 2, "Because", 3, That's the way
it goes, 4, Boxing, 5, Boys' Club Rep., Roll Vice Pres.,
6, To make the most out of life.
Kuest, Marvis-I, Marvie, 2, "Time and Time Again", 3,
Oh, sosh, 4, Skiing, fencing, J O G, Mog Ni, Hag Row,
5, Art Club, Math Club, '52 Rep., Ski Club, Girls' Club,
6, To travel to H.
Kuehnley, Douglas-I, Doug, 2, "MeIancholy Rhapsody", 3,
Maybe the next batch will be better, 4, Dixieland car-
tooning, metaphysics, cars, 5, Cell leader in institution
advocating violent overthrow of school government, 6,
Find the self, own my-own crock, and finish remaking
my Model T.
Lamare, Marilyn-I, Marny, 2, "God Understands", 3, Guess
whatl, 4, Sports, piano, 5, Nurses' Aide Comm., Y F C
Club, 6, To be an example for Christ.
Lambert, Denny-I, Den, 2, "Hot Canary", 3, 63 miles an
hour, 4, Skiing, 5, Boys' Club, Drivers' Club, 6, To be a
real ace, iust like Jack Craig.
Land, Don-l, Flat Top, 2, "Vanity", 3, That's OKI, 4, My
car, 5, Drivers' Club, 6, To have curly hair.
4-Hobbies. 5-School Activities. 6-Ambition.
Lange, Paul-2, "Undecided", 3, 30 lashes with a soggy
noodle, 4, Working on my Ford, 5, Chinook, football,
track, W Club, Gridsmen Club, 6, To keep a Transmission
in my Ford for more than a week.
Larsen, Dorothea-I, Dot, 2, "Begin the Beguine", 3, That's
for surel, 4, H A G Row, piano, skiing, Mog Ni, 5, '52 Rep.
Drivers' Comm., Sr. Play, Spade, Sr. Justice, Honor So-
ciety, 6, To go to Norway and learn to ski like a good
Larsen, Janet-I, Fatty, 2, "Claire de Lune", 3, I don't give
a darn, 4, Bowling, dancing, 5, W Club, Spade, Vice Pres.
Moccasin Club, Cheeriets, 6, To go to the U of W and
become a nurse and find a man.
Larson, Marilynn-I, Red, 2, "Body and Soul", 3, Jean, l've
got them, 41 Dancing, parties with Jean, writing to Gary,
J O G, 5, Publicity, Decorations, '52 Rep., 6, To ride on
the roller coaster with the girls when l'm 81.7,
Larsen, Roy-I, Larsen, 2, "Moonlight Serenade", 3, Hi,
lover, 4, Hunting, girls, King Hi Y, 5, Going to class,
Leadbetter, Robert-I, Bob, 2, "BIue Moon", 3, I say, girl,
4, Fishing, hunting, sports, 5, Track, W Club, Spike Shoe
Club, Sr. Play, Art Club, 6, Enioy myself while l'm living,
and when I die, die laughing.
Lena, Geraldine-I, Gerry, 2, "We Could Make Believe", 3,
I need some money, 4, Dancing, a certain guy, 5, W
Club, Girls' Club! 6, Sleep all day, dance all night, and
work in my spare time.
Lenaie, Carol-i, Carrie, 2, "Bushel and a Peck", 3, Oh
corn, 4, Bowling, 5, Study checker, 6, To be a nurse.
Lines, Don-2, "Garden in the Rain", 5, Boys' Club Rep., '52
Rep., 6, Military sea transportation.
Linsert, Mary Lou-I, Lu, 2, Tcheikowsky's lst Piano Con-
certo, 3, No, no Mike, 4, Reading, riding, skiing, 5, Sr.
Play, Make-Up Club, Drama Club, Student Council, Op-
eretta, Ski Club, Pow Wow, Talent Assembly, 6, Oh yes,
Lockley, Reginald-I, Reg, 2, "My Foolish Heart", 3, Over
the teeth, behind the gums, look out stomach, here she
comes, 4, Nice cars, 5, Radiator gang, 6, Architect or
draftsman and to become a Bugerham.
Locklin, Darrell-2, "He Bought My Soul", 3, Hit it again,
it's still wiggling, 4, Cabinet work, 6, To go down on
an up escalator.
Lumbart, George-5, Senior Play.
Lundquist, Margery-I, Margie, 2, "Night and Day", 3, Is
it really'?, 4, Tri G, J 0 G, dancing, swimming, 5, Office,
Girls' Club, 6, To make everyone my best friend.
McAllister, Bob-I, Spike, 2, Anything by Les Paul, 3, No
Jim, not now, 4, Fishing, cars, women, drama, 5, Pow
Wow, Senior Play, assembly, 6, Get what I want and
keep gettin' it.
McClelland, Rod-I, Bunchie, 2, "Star Spangled Banner",
3, Don't laugh, this could happen to youl, 4, Making fun
of Large Edwards, 5, Boys' Club, intramural, basketball,
Spanish Club, Fire Squad, roll room officer, 6, To model
men's wear in the Sears, Roebuck catalog.
McCormick, Gerry-I, Spider, 2, "Jezebel", 3, Come again?,,
4, Mohawa, Hiawatha, sports, girls, dancing, 5, Basket-
ball, tennis, Boys' Club Cabinet, 6, To go to college and
row a slow boat to China with Jo.
McCormick, Janet-I, Jan, 2, "Wonder Why", 3, Just a
minute, Del, 4, Ice skating, skiing, dancing, 5, Girls'
Club Rep., W Club, P.-T.A. Dance, Pan American Club,
Nurses' Office, 6, The University, airline stewardess.
McDonnell, Dan-I, Daniel, 2, "Beer Barrel Polka", 3, Let's
get rolIin', 4, Electricity, boats, 5, Senior Class Pres.,
Honor Society, Intramural, 6, To get through college.
McDonnell, Betty Lou-l, Betty, 2, "September Song", 3,
l'm glad, 4, Mog Ni, Tri G, skiing, swimming, 5, Girls'
Club, Ski Club, W Club, Roll Officer, Senior Play, 6, An-
other woman in white.
I-Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
McElroy, Eddie-l: Mac, 2: "The Golden Rocket", 3: What
do ya say, John?, 4: Piano, cars, girls, 5: Boys' State,
Chinook Staff, 6, To go to the U of W and own a new
McGlenn, Kay-4: Sewing, reading, drawing, 5: Art Club,
Girls' Club, 6: To graduate from the U of W.
McGoldrick, Patricia-l: Patty, 2: "Tenderly", 3: I never
laughed so hard in all my lite, 4: Dancing, Iearing to ski,
Ds, 5: W Club, Cheerities, Ski Club, Senior Play, Drama
Club, 6: To climb to the top ofa mountain and ski down
Mclvor, Bruce-l: Mac, 2: "To Each His Own", 3: Yehl, 4:
Sports, money, 5: Chinook, '52 Rep., Boys' Club, 6: To
go on to college on NROTC.
McKibbon, Carol-l: Brown Eyes, 2: "Wonderful Wasn't lt?",
3: Hurry up, let's go, 4: Dancing, parties, going to foot-
bal lgames, 5: Chinook Staff, 6: Private secretary to a
Mclellan, Ann-l: Annie, 2: "lt Had To Be You", 3: l got
another letter, 4: Writing letters, 5: Girls' Club, Study
Hall Checker, 6: To take my trip back East after gradua-
McMahan, Jo Ann-l: Do Do, 2: "Heartbreaker", 3: That
dumb Margie, 4: J O G, skiing, playing Dirty 8 with Tiny
and Virginia, 5: P.-T.A. Dance, Senior Prom, 6: To go
some place with the crazy twelve.
McManus, Jane-l, No one calls me anything but Jane, 2:
"Stardust", 3: Honestly, 4: Slumber parties at Charlottes,
Mog Ni, Tri Tanda, 5: P.-T.A. Dance, W Club, Senior Play,
6: To be a success at whatever l do.
Mac Cormac, Marilyn-l: Mickey, 2, "Blue Moon", 3: Honey,
please?, 4: Masqueraders, dancing, Gene, 5: P.-T.A. Dance,
6: Only Gene knows.
MacDonald, Claudia-l, Bunny, 2: "Stardust", 3: Hurry up,
Helen, or you'll never make it, 4: Dancing, skiing, 5: Girls'
Club, 6: To add four more hours to every day so l can
get all those little things done l've been wanting to do
Mac Milian, Betty-2: Anything by Les Paul, 3: You know
it, 4: Collecting menus, 5: Choir, '52 Rep., Girls' Club,
Spade, 6: To go to Hawaii some day.
Martin, Wayne-l: Curly, 2: "Look for the Silver Lining",
3: Better late than never, 4: Singing in U S O camp shows,
5: Drama Club, Debate Club, Kimtah, 6: To graduate from
the Pasadena Play House.
Maurer, Paula-T: Paul Jones, 2: "Because of You", 3: Oh,
nol, 4: Skiing, swimming, 5: W Club, Torch, Ski Club,
Girls, Club Comm. Chairman, 6: To go to the University
Michelotti, Janet-T: Jerl, 2: "Maybe It's Because", 3: Hey
Merl, there's Schwalm, 4: Skiing, hiking, art, 5: W Club,
Ski Club, Art Club, 6: To tly over Annapolis with Marlene
in a helicopter on our way to Italy.
Michelotti, Joan-l: Micky, 2: "Because of You", 3: l'm only
ioshing, Athuly, 4: Sewing, bowling, tennis, art, dancing,
5: Recording Sec. of Girls' Club, W Club, Latin Club Sen-
ator, Roll Pres., 6: To be a nurse and marry Doug.
Moilanen, Loretta-l: Etta, 2: "September Song", 3: Oh,
you're a dolll, 4: J O G, B Y's, dancing, skiing, 5: Dad's
Night, Honor Society, P.-T.A. Dance, Class Rep., 6: To
peel bananas, 'cause it's monkey business.
Miller, Narita-2: "Sweet Violets", 3: Good gravy, 4: Piano,
collecting petrified wood, 5: Math Club, Clerical Chair-
man, Honor Society, 6: To enioy life as long as it lasts.
Miller, Shirley-l: Shirl, 2: "l Was Dancing with Someone",
3: This dirty world! 4: Swimming, 5: P.-T.A. Dance, Torch,
Swim Team, '52 Rep., 6: Dog paddle with Sl and S2 to
4-Hobbies. 5-School Activities. 6-Ambition.
Minert, Jay-I, Little Willie, 2, "Undecided", 3, Hi ya gang,
4, Hi Y, Hoppy'Club Pres., 5, Boys' Club, Drivers' Club,
6, To meet Hoppy.
Minert, Yvonne-I, Dawn, 2, "Detour", 3, For John's sakes,
4, Stamps, cups and sauacers, salt and pepper shakers,
5, '52 Rep., Spade, Study Hall Checker, 6, To make a suc-
cess in my future work.
Montgomery, Kenneth-I, Ken, 2, "Undecided", 3, Whata
ya say, 4, Girls and cars, 5, Spike Shoe Club, 6, To get
a new convertible!
Montgomery, Janet-I, Monty, 2, "Up a Lazy River", 3,
Oh nutsl, 4, Music, art, sailing, J O G, Spade, Y S O, 5,
Moccasin Club, 6, Just a housewife.
Moody, Walter-I, Buck, 2, "Too Young", 3, And there they
go, 4, Guns, trains, 5, Band, 6, To go to Annapolis.
Morgan, John-I Morg, 2, "Charmaine", 3, I say everything
and anything, 4, Music, skiing, singing, trombone, ath-
letics, 5, Ski Club, Drama, Senior Play, 6, To never get
Murray, Rolland-I, Rolly, 2, "Sin", 3, Por Dios, 4, Swim-
ming, dancing, drinking lmilkb, 5, Boys' Club Vice Pres.,
Band, Chinook, Square Dancing, Fire Squad, 6, To become
Myers, Donna-I, Donnie, 2, "I'm Glad I Met You", 3, I
don't know, 5, Honor Society, 6, To live, love and laugh.
Myers, Evelyn-I, Ev, 2, "BIue Moon", 3, Gees, 5, Sr. Choir,
6, To always be able to laugh at myself.
Myers, Lola-2, "Falling in Love with Someone", 4 Music,
dancing, 5, Senior Play, Philosophy Club, Spade, Torch,
Moccasin, Cheeriets, W Club, 6, To follow my heart.
Neale, Julie-I, Crazy, 2, "I Won't Cry Anymore", 3, Where's
the party?, 4, The mighty Terroplane, skiing, iust having
fun, 5, Girls' Club Rep., Big Sister, 6, To swipe light bulbs,
light work, and to get Carol and Joan out of school.
Neitra, William-I, Willie, 2, "I Like It", 4, Fishing, hunt-
ing for girls, Hoppy Club member, 6, To go to college
and graduate, not to get married.
Neklason, Linda-2, "My Best To You", 3, Honest to goshl,
4, Horses and men, 5, W Club, baseball manager, Big
Sister, Art Club, Pan American Club, 6, To become a
good P E teacher.
Nelson, Geraldine-I, Geri, 2, "Undecided", 3, Can I drive'?,
4, Skiing, ice skating, listening to Nay's troubles, 5, Art
Club, Sr. Prom Publicity Chairman, P.T.A. Dance, Sr. Dance
decorations, 6, To become a good commercial artist.
Nelson, Pat-1, Curly, 2, "Patricia", 3, You're not bad,
you're horrible, 4, Kidding girls, playing pool, swimming,
5, Boys' Club Rep., '52 Rep., Roll Pres., 6, To beat Tosh
Tada at a game of 9 ball.
Neumann, Joan-2, "Thinking of You", 3, I like it, 4, Writ-
ing to Bruce, 6, Waiting for that certain day.
Nolan, Dick-I, Dick, 2, "I Get Ideas", 3, I don't wa-nt to
skip today, Jim, 4, Pool, cars, 5, Boys' Club, Drivers'
Club, Retailers' Club, 6, To find someone beautiful and
settle down in ten years or so.
Nuckalls, Jack-I, Nucks, 2, "Come On a My House", 3,
l'Il tell ya why, 4, Mountain climbing, skiing, cars, 5, Ski
Club, Hoppy Club, 6, To be a submariner and to live in
Ogdon, William-I, Bill, 2, "l'm on the Battlefield for my
Lord", 3, Hey, will you sign my Kimtah?, 4, Music, any-
thing I happen to be doing, 6, To serve my Lord Jerus
Christ in whatever way He would have me.
I-Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
Olson, Joy-l, Sudzie, 2, "l'd Rather Have .lesus", 3, You
dummies, 4, Knitting, swimming, collecting souvenir
spoons, 5, Red Cross, Refreshment Comm., 6, A nursing
career on the mission field.
Oman, Joanne-l, Tiny, 2, "Dream", 3, Hi there, kidl, 4,
J 0 G, Wakiya, 5, Vice Pres. Senior Class, Song Queen,
Co-Chairman Sr. Prom, Chairman Clerical Comm., '52 Rep.,
6, To go to the University of Washington.
Osborn, Diane-l, Di, 2, "So Tired", 3, Oh goodie goodie,
4, J O G, Mog Ni, Rainbow, Tri Tanda, golf, swimming,
5, W Club, Girls' Club Dept. Head, Torch, Latin Club, Sen-
ior Play, 6, To shinny up the North Pole and meet Joyce.
Ostic, Ron-l, Vanity, 2, "Vanity", 3, What?, 4, De Molay,
singing, speaking, girls, 5, Senior Play, Warriors, Debate,
Honor Society, Pan American Club, 6, To make someone
happy everyday of my life and live according to the
Paige, Barbara-l, Barb, 2, "lt Had To Be You", 3, Crumb,
4, Writing letters, skating, cups and saucers, 5, Girls'
Club Rep., '52 Rep., 6, Begin every day with a smile.
Parmelee, Jim-2, "Sentimental Me", 3, My word, 4, Base-
ball, football, basketball, swimming, skiing, bowling, 6,
To live to be a hundred with Gail.
Parry, Myrna-l, Hutton the Second, 2, "There's No Busi-
ness Like Show Business",3,Where did Mary Lou go now?,
4, Knitting, waiting for Robert K., 5, Senior Play, W Club,
Fire Squad, 6, To make people laugh a little.
Partee, Duane-2, "Too Young", 4, Mountaineering, hiking,
skiing, 5, Warriors, Gridsmens Club, Fire Squad, Movie
Crew, 6, To go to the U of W and maior in Forestry.
Patterson, Pat-l, Patrish, 2, "Once in a While", 3, Hi, Hon,
4, Stardusters, Marqueraders, teasing Rita, J O G, 5,
Honor Society, P.T.A. Dance, Roll Pres., Friendship, 6,
U of W and to be happy the rest of my life.
Paul, Lurline-l, Leo, 2, "Desert Song", 3, That's for sure,
4, Swimming, skating, tennis, skiing, 5, Torch, Girls' Club
Council, W Club, Service Comm. Chairman, 6, To skate
like Sonia Henie.
Paulson, Constance-l, Connie, 2, "Sin", 3, Whar's Coce?,
4, Reading, cooking, 5, Glee Club, Scrapbook Comm., 6,
To be happy always,
Pearson, Sonia-l Sinny, 2, "Nisses Hambe", 3, You horsel,
4, J O G, Masqueraders, Enchanters, diving, ice skating,
art ,dancing, 5, Torch, W Club, Art Club Vice Pres., Infor-
mation Comm., Chairman Art, Publicity, and Nurses' Aide,
6, To ride the roller coaster with the gals, only l'll be 82.
Peckover, Vernon-l, Vern, 5, Managing Ed. of Chinook,
Warriors Vice Pres., 6, To work on a liberal metropolitan
Perivoch, Emily-l, Em, 2, "Liberty Bell", 3, Of course l'm
right, 4, Arguing with Blackie, 5, Debate, W Club, Drama
Comm. Chairman, 6, To always be happy and make life
more enioyable for others.
Perry Leonard-l, Len, 2, "l Got Tears in My Ears from
Lying on My Back in My Bed While l Cry Over You", 3,
Pretty punchy ain'cha?, 4, Just playin', 5, C S G Pres.,
basaketball, golf, 6, To go out with a real girl.
Perusse, Tom-l, Apple Knocker, 2, "Lonely Little Robin",
3, Not this boy, 4, Hunting, fishing, skiing, 5, Boys' Club,
6, To do something right.
Peterson, Nona Lee-l, Pete, 2, "Stardust", 3, l don't get it,
4, J O G, Tri Tanda, dancing, 5, Girls' Club Cabinet, Stu-
dent Council, Torch, Chinook, W Club, Kimtah, P.T.A.
Dance, 6, Get through the U of W and go to Hawaii.
Peterson, Thelma-1, T M, 2, "Dreamers HoIiday", 3, But
l'm a senior, 4, Bumping off at Stevens, Tri Totem, 5,
Make-Up, Music, Torch, 6, To chop down Wi Turd's
monkey tree at Holly.
Philp, Frances-l, Fran, 2, "They Say", 3, Watch it Gene,
mama will spankl, 4, Playing tag with Janis and Jannet,
5, P.T.A. Dance, Torch, Tillicums, Girls' Club, 6, To choose
my man and marry him.
Pickrell, John-l, Johnnie, 2, "l Know a Fountain", 3, Yea,
you know, 4, Church, cars, music, young peoples, 6, To
preach the word of God to everyone I can, and to have
a church l can preach in.
4-Hobbies. 5-School Activities. 6-Ambition.
Polley, George-I: Polley: 2: "They Say": 4: Coin collecting:
5: Boys' Club: 6: Teaching.
Pooley, Maureen-2: "Thinking of You": 3: Come on you
kids, singl: 4: J O G, Tri Totem: 5: Song Queen, C S G
Administration Comm., Apt. Clerk: 6: To introduce Jack-
son to Wi Turd, when she's not working.
Poppelreiter, Pauline-I: Polly: 2: "Tell Me Why": 3: l'll
never tell: 4: Skiing, swimming: 5: Ski Club, Kimtah,
Make-Up, Swim Team: 6: To go to Europe on a tramp
Prospek, Bill-I: Willie: 2: "Till Then": 3: I ain't sayin': 4:
Hoppy Club, sports: 5: Sports, Boys' Club, Gridsmens Club,
Boys' W Club: 6: To go to WSC.
Pryor, Patricia-I: Peanuts: 2: "Loveliest Night of the Year":
3: It's time to die: 4: Skating, dancing, swimming, base-
ball: 5: Retail Club.
Qualls, Diane-T: Dee: 2: Sewing, designing, skiing, tennis:
5: Roll Room Sec.: 6: To marry a millionaire.
Rafert, Paul-2: "Little Rock Getaway": 3: Oh corn! 4: Radio,
sound experiments: 5: Stage Crew, Warriors, Pow Wow:
6: Audio engineer.
Reynolds, Ann Lee-I: Flea: 2: "Scherizade": 3: Gee but I'm
tired: 4: Art, Music, Tri Tanda, Mog Ni: 5: Pow Wow, Sr.
Play, W Club, Make-Up, Ensemble: 6: To have a career in
Rhodes, Sally-I: Sal: 2: "Once in Awhile": 3: Oh ick, Mol:
4: Bowling, driving, iobies: 5: Honor Society, Tom Tom,
Office: 6: To be a nurse.
Ritter, Darla-I Charlie: 2: "Mona Lisa": 3: I don't know
what to tell yal: 4: Shell iewelry, textile painting: 5:
Make-Up, Scrapbook, Mother-Daughter Tea: 6: To be a
Robicheau, Dave-I: Robie: 2: "Again": 3: I give up: 4:
Cars and more cars: 6: To be a good mechanic.
Rodman, Mary-2: "Last Mile": 3: Oh, no, I'm not, Barbl:
4: Wakiya, J O G, skiing, slumber parties at Charlotte's:
5: Chinook, Art Club, P.T.A. Dance, Sr. Play, W Club: 6:
To see a football game from the press box.
Rogers, Ken-I: Lover: 2: "Blue Moon": 3: Hey, Clown: 4:
Junking cars for laughs, Hoppy Club: 5: C S G Cabinet,
Boys' Club, Warriors, Chinook, baseball, football, Grids-
mens Club, Pres. Boys W Club, Sec. Honor Society: 6: To
go to an eastern college and make a success of life, in
law, I hope.
Roland, Craig-2: "I Get ldeas": 3: Oh, oh, trouble: 4: Sports,
drawing: 5: Intramural, basketball, Warriors: 6: To have
a thousand true friends.
Rovig, Barbara-I: Sabra: 2: "September Song": 3: You iust
don't have it: 4: Swimming, 5: P.T.A. Dance, Swim Team,
gorcha Faculty Tea: 6: To dog paddle to Hawaii with
2 an St.
Saety, Joyce-I: Jo: 2: "And the Angels Sing": 3: Better not
tell you now: 4: Sunny, music, Bremerton: 5: Torch, Of-
fice, P.T.A. Dance, Faculty Tea: 6: To silde down the
South Pole and meet Diane at the end.
Salsbury, Claudia-I: Claud: 2: "The PaIms": 3: Is my slip
showing? 4: Piano, pipe organ next: 5: Ticket Squad,
Election Comm.: 6: To serve Christ as a missionary nurse
and to go to Whitworth College.
Sandborg, Laureen-I: Laurie: 2: "Make BeIieve": 3: What
did he say?: 4: Cleaning out the locker: 5: Senior Play,
Pow Wow, Drama, Make-Up, Art Club: 6: To learn to
draw something besides charictures.
Sayre, Matt-I: Mattson: 2: "Hotrod Race": 3: Wheesay:
4: Hunting, fishing, skiing, Hoppy Club Sec., Hi Y: 5: Stu-
dent Body Vice Pres., Sports Editor Chinook, Ski Club,
Torch, W Club, Student Court, Drivers' Club, Latin Club,
Golf Squad: 6: To get an A in a math course.
Schultz, Joan-I: Joanie: 2: "Too Young": 3: Yea, teamll:
4: Sports, music, B Y's: 5: Moccasin, P.T.A. Dance: 6: To
paint the world red.
1-Nickname. 2-Favorite Song. 3-Favorite Saying.
SCHWABLAND, DONNA-1. Chickadee, 2, "l'm Waiting Just
For You", 3, Good trick if you can do it, 4, Bud, 5, Girls'
Club, 6, To complete the second part of the Triple Alli-
SCHWALM, I-IOWARDfI,'Snooks, 2, "Little White Lies", 3,
Amt saying, 4, Fishing, hunting, hiking, cars, Hoppy
Club, 5, Gridsmens Club, Boys' Club, 6, To be a logging
SCHWEERS, HARVEY-2, "Holy City", 3, Oh, corn, 4, Bells,
art, 5, Art Club, 6, To serve the Lord God.
SCOTT, JACK-I, Slim, 2, "Undecided", 3, Aye, 4, Fishing,
hunting, golf, football, swimming, 5, W Club, Boys' Club,
Fire Squad, Golf Team, 6, To be vice-pres. of W S F F.
SEIDENBERG, ILEENE-I, Heidelberg, 2, "Bill", 3, Ain't Bill
cute'?, 4, Watching Bill, 5, Sr. Rep., 6, To be the chief
fireman on the U.S.S. Princeton.
SHARP, BARBARA-I, Barb, 2, "Because of You", 3, Well
hon, how about deciding, 4, Masqueraders, Enchanters,
J 0 G, Tri L, Someone special, 5, Art Club, W Club, Roll
Vice-Pres., 6, To ride the roller coaster at the age of 81
with all the gals.
SHASTEEN, BUD-I, Bus, 2, "The Girl That l Marry", 3, ls
that right?, 4, Hunting, flying, sports, 5, Football, Voca-
tion Comm. Chairman, 6, To become a lawyer, go into
SHELDRUP, .IIM-3, You can't be true, dear, 4, Sailing, ski-
ing, swimming, 6, To own a 50-ft. sailing schooner.
SHERMAN, CAROL-I, Freckles, 2, "Loveliest Night of the
Year", 3, iBoyl Scouts Honor, 4, Listening to music, boys,
Spade, Y F C, 5, W Club, Make-up, 6, To be a secretary to
a cute boss.
SHRODER, BARBARA-I, B S, 2, "Recondita Armonia", 3,
Hey Lois, umml, 4, Skiing, tennis, records, parties, danc-
ing with .Iim, 5, PTA Dance, Make-up, Ski Club, Pow Wow,
Roll Pres., Scholarship, 6, To go to Julliard School of
SILVERS, DON-I, Don, 2, "Lips of Cherry Wine", 3, Yeh, 2
or 3 times, 4, Wood-working, fishing, hunting, 5, Chi-
nook, 6, To be an electrician.
SKINNER, THOMAS-I, Skinner, 2, "Tea For Two", 3, Don't
work too hard, 4, My car, 5, Band, Orchestra, 6, To some-
day have a model B with a full race engine.
SMITH, GARY-I, Duke, 2, "Wheel of Fortune", 3, Cherch'ez
la femmel, 4, Hiking, hunting, swimming, fishing, women,
5, Fire Squad, Movie, Chess Club, Warriors, 6, To be a
bachelor and raise my kids the same way.
SMITH, MIMI-I, Smitty, 2, "Blue Prelude", 3, Let's go get
a drink of water, Jan, 4, Spade, Tri G, 5, Girls' Club
Comm., 6, To go to Bermuda on a bicycle with Jan and TD.
SMITH, ROGER-2, "l'll Get By", 3, l don't wnow, 6, To get
out of school.
SMITH, ROSALIE-2, "Through the Years", 3, Bye now, 4,
J O G, skiing, tennis, 5, Girls' Club Treasurer, W Club,
Ski Club, Torch, 6, To find success and happiness in
whatever l may do.
SMITH, TERENCE-I, Terry, 2, "Why Don't You Do Right'?",
4, Boxing, 5, Boys' Club Rep.
SMITHRUD, CARL-1, Smitty, 2, "Because of You", 3, I
peeked, 4, Football, Girls, YFC, 5, Drivers Club, Boys'
Club, 6, Rancher and navy.
SORENSEN, GEORGE-l, Chips, 2, "Old Man Riverf, 3, Oh
fuss, 4, Fishing, wrestling, tumbling, weight-lifting, cars,
Y F C, 5, Boys' Club, Drivers Club, 6, Architect or car-
SPARKS, BILL-I, Chuckins, 2, "When You Say I Beg Your
Pardon, Then l'll Come Back to You'f, 3, Dont get your
water hot, 4, Cars, hiking, 5, Movie Crew, Boys Club
Rep., 6, To run an elevator in a one-story building.
STAATS, DELORES-I, Dollee, 2, "The World ls Waiting For
the Sunrise", 3, That's cruddy, 4, Don, 5, W Club, Torch,
Study Checker, 6, That's a secret between me and Arlene.
4-Hobbies. 51S:hool Activities. 6-Ambition.
STANDAL, SANDRA-I, Sandy, 2, "Mocking Bird Hill", 3,
Oh ya?, 4, Swimming, tennis, 5, Nurses Aid Comm. Chair-
man, Debate, W Club, Girls' Club Council, Math Club, Hike
Manager, 6, To be one of those gals in a white cap. KNO,
not a mermaidj
STANN, STEPHEN-I, Steve, 2, "Them There Eyes", 3, Whata
ya say?, 4, Loving women, 5, Chasing women, 6, To
marry a rich and beautiful woman and retire.
STEVENS, THAD-I, Steve, 2, "Undecided", 3, I give up,
4, Eating, sleeping, girls, 5, Intramural, 6, To do all
right for myself.
STEWART, CHARLES-I Chuck, 2, "Sentimental Journey",
6, To retire at an early age, 20 or 21, with a million.
STEWART, Stew, 2: "It's Magicllj 3: LSL'Id6f 4:
Sports, swimming, dancing, 5, Girls' Club, Roll Pres., '52
Rep., 6, To make the U of W and have a happy life.
STOCKWELL, ADELLE-I, Blowtop, 2, "You Always Hurt the
One You Love", 3, Couldn't you have waited?, 4, Dancing,
skating, bowling, 5, P.T.A. Dance, Red Cross, Refresh-
ment Comm., 6, To marry Bill if it's the last thing I do.
STODDARD, ALLENE-I, Doc, 2, "Somewhere Over the Rain-
bow", 3, Huh'?, 4, Dancing, talking, 5, Honor Society,
Chinook, Senior Play, Centennial, Fire Squad, 6, Begin
my name with a Lt. and end it with R.N.
STREIBICH, MARKUS-I, Mark, 2, "Who", 3, You know it
too, 4, Fishing, hiking, swimming, 5, Badminton, Math
Club, 6, To get into the Fishery Department.
STRONG, DOLORES-I, Beetlebrain, 2, "Are You Lonesome
Tonight?", 3, Ooh! Air Force, 4, Skating, dancing, Air
Force, Gene, 5, Red Cross, P.T.A. Dance, Refreshment
Committee, Nurses Aid, 6, To marry a certain guy I know.
STRONG, DONNA-I, Coce, 2, "Detour", 3, What's Hoppy?,
4, Son, having a good time?, 5, Retailers Club, Girls' Club,
6, To raise more kids than I-Ioppy.
SULLIVAN, MYRNA-I, Butch, 2, "Cold, Cold Heart", 3, I
iust about diedl, 4, Dancing, Mog Ni, slumber parties,
swimming, learning to ski, summer dances, 5, P.T.A.
Dzimncg, Girls' Club, 6, To go to the reunion at Camano
Is an .
SUNDE, JOE-I, Joe, 2, "Blue Moon", 3, Why, what, and
ohl, 4, Girls, the car, 5, Warriors, 6, To have fun in life
and be a success.
TAYLOR, DALE-I, Dreamboat, 2, "Because of You", 3, Ya
I dlol, 4, Basketball, 5, Roll President, 6, To become a
TAYLOR, MYRON-I, My, 2, "Because of You", 3, What do
ya know?, 4, Sports, 5, Football, Gridsmens Club, 6, To
take a trip around the world, but not with the army.
THOMAS, EVAN-I, Conley, 2, "Tell Me Why", 3, Don't
like to say, 4, Y.M.C.A., Dancing, M O, 5, Football, Drivers
Club, A M O C, 6, To lump a box car.
THOMAS, EVELYN-I, Pete, 2, "Because of You", 3, Oh,
heavensl, 4, Music, church, 5, W Club, 6, To be a sur-
THOMASON, JOYCE-I, Joucie, 2, "I'll Always Remember
You", 3, Yes, George, l've got 30 cents, 4, Gooks, party
times, hitchhiking to Vashon, 5, Girls' Club, 6, To always
carry the church key for the Gooks.
THOMPSON, PATRICIA--I, Pat, 2, "Cold, Cold Heart", 3, l'lI
be there in a minute, 4, Tri L, J 0 G, dancing, skiing,
slumber parties at Charlotte's, 5, College Tea Chairman,
Torch, W Club, Chinook, P.T.A. Dance, 6, To be happy
THOUBUM, BARBARA-I, Barbie, 2, "Unforgettable", 4,
Art, 5, Spade, Girls' Club, 6, Seattle University.
THRASHER, BOB-I, Dad, 2, "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine",
3, Hi, kids, 4, Wine, women and song, 5, Drivers Club,
6, 7 wives and 7 Cadillacs.
I-Nickname. 2--Favorite Song. 3-Fuvorlfe Saying.
Torgerson, Joan-l, Torgie, 2, "Deep Purple", 3, For corn
sakesl, 4, Skating, tennis, 5, Spade, Torch, W Club, P.T.A.
Dance, Operetta, 6, To lead a successful and happy life.
Tracy, Ronald-l, Lee, 2, "Livet I Flnnskogarna", 4, Moun-
tain climbing, 5, Fire Squad, 6, Utah cattle rancher.
Tyler, Art-l, Tokey, 2, "Shostakovich's 9th Symphony",
3, Unmentionable, 4, Sleep, rest, recooperating, 6, To
become a complete madman.
Urquhart, Jerry-2, "Rose, Rose I Love You", 4, Bowling.
Utzig, La Vonne-l, L Vonneski, 2, "Unless", 3, How about
that?, 4, Swimming, dancing, Y Teens, 5, Swim Team,
Pow Wow, Girls' Club, W Club, 6, To be what l'm not.
Van Blaircon, Donald-l, Van, 2, "Sentimental Journey",
3, That's the way it goes, 4, Skiing, 5, Ski Club, 6, To
loin the Marines and work up to be an officer.
Wagner, Corinne-l, Fennis, 2, "Third Man Theme", 3, Gadl,
4, A few dillies! 5, Girls' Club, 6, To become a good sec-
Wahl, Howard-l, Howie, 2, "Ain't She Sweet", 3, Use your
head, 4, Outdoors, rebuilding cars, swimming, 5, War'
riors, Roll Pres., 6, To become an engineer and get a
Walker, Jackie-2, "Too Young", 3, Merry Christmas, 4,
Fly tying, roduraping, 6, To work for State Game Dept.
Wallbom, David-l, Dave, 2, "To Think You've Chosen Me",
3, Funnier than a crutch, 4, Skiing, swimming, photo,
graphy, 5, Kimtah Photographer, 6, To be a minister
and marry Doris.
Warnick, Audree-l, Aud, 2, "Down Yonder", 3, Ya know'?,
4, Sports, records, 5, W Club Pres., Fine Arts Comm.,
Decoration, Torch, 6, To see a football game from the
press box with Mary.
Weatherstone, .loe-l, Joe, 2, "Just a Closer Walk With
Thee", 3, That iust breaks my heart, 4, Driving to Lake
Chelan, boating, 5, Boys' Club, 6, Uncle Sam's Air Force
if they'll have me.
Weed, Paul-l, Weed, 2, "Till Then", 3, Let's get the show
on the road, 4, Fishing, hunting, hiking, Hi Y, 5, War-
riors, Pow Wow, Drivers' Club, Stage Crew, Moccasin Club,
6, Graduate from the U.
Weiks, Jim-l, Bud, 2, "l Get ldeas", 3, I say there, 4,
Art work, 5, Fire Squad, Ticket Squad, Boys' Club, 6,
To be the best chef in town and make my million.
Wells, Bob-l, Curly, 2, "Down Yonder", 3, My car, 6, To
Westra, Jerry-1, Easturd, 2, "Thinking of You", 3, Shadup
already, 4, Golf, car, basketball, girls, 5, Senior Class
Rep., Dance Chairman, golf, 6, To stop fighting with Joey.
Whalen, Patricia-l, Fat Pat, 2, "September Song", 3, You
know it, 4, Swimming, dancing, 5, Girls' Club, Fire Squad,
6, To go to Seattle U with Delma.
White, Donald-l, Don, 2, "l Cant' Get Started", 3, l like it,
4, Skiing, 5, Boys' Club, Roll Pres., Fire Squad, Ski Club,
6, To get through college.
White, .lane-l, Janie, 2, "La Macarena", 3, l like it, I like
it, 4, Mig Ni, 5, Spade, 6, To always be happy.
4-Hobbies. 5-School Activities. 6-Ambition.
Whitten, Delores-l, Dolly, 2, "Three Little Words", 3, ls
that so?, 4, Shooting, 5, W Club, Torch, Moccasin Club,
6, To become a iournalist.
Willey, Janice-l, Danny, 2, "No Other Love", 3, What
time is it?, 4, Sewing, Chuck, 5, Clerical, Make-Up, Pub-
licly, 6, Make lots of money and always be happy go
Wilson, Doris-l, Little Doll, 2, "Because of You", 3, Why?,
4, Dancing, collecting books and poems, 5, After school
sports, 6, Successful secretary.
Willson, Marilyn-l, Mo, 2, "September Song", 3, Oh Sally,
really'?, 4, Rainbow, Y Teen, skating, dancing, 5, Honor
Society, Girls' Club Rep., Sr. Class Rep., Tillicum, Tom
Tom, 6, To be a nurse.
Wines, Donna-l, Sunshine, 2, "September Song"', 3, l've
got a headache, 4, Sports, music, 5, W Club, P.T.A.
Dance, Dad's Night, Soccer Manager, 6, To be in the
middle of a football huddle.
Winkle, Betty Jo-l, Betts, 2, "Because", 3, Oh for cryin'
out loud, 4, Going with the kids to Pine Lake, 5, Nurses'
Aide Chairman, Apartment Clerk's Chairman, Dad's Night,
Make-Up, 6, To take that trip on June llth.
Winter, Alice-l, Allie, 2, "Canadian Capers", 3, Cornfrit-
ters, 4, Sports, horses, rat, 5, Senior Play, 6, To own lots
of horses, get married, and raise some little iockeys.
Wise, Gordy-l, Gordo, 2, "To Each His Own", 3, Well, that's
the way it goes, 4, Coin collecting, skiing, playing with
my Essex, 5, Warriors, Football Manager, Movie Crew,
Boys' Club, 6, To get married and live till the year 2000.
Woeck, Richard-l, Dick, 2, "Because of You", 3, Fude gut,
alles gutl, 4, Do radio work, 6, To be an engineer.
Wold, David-l, Dave, 2, "Night and Day", 3, Down boy,
down, 4, Sleeping, eating and working, 5, Carrying my
books between 8,40 and 3,lO, 6, To pass Chemistry.
Wright, Richard-i, Whitey, 2, "Stardust", 3, lt's what
you make it, 4, Guns, outdoors, 5, Watching over the
bad boys, 6, To make my first million and buy a cabin
in the mountains and do nothing but hunt, fish, and sleep
until l can no longer bear th0strain and then make my
Wright, Tom-l, Punchie, 2, "Because of Rain", 3, Talk
that over with the gang, 4, Cars, sports, The Gang, Y,
Hoppy Club Vice Pres., 5, Boys' Club, 6, To have a suc-
cessful and happy life.
Yambra, Mary-l, Me see Mary, 2, "l Miss You So", 3,
Danie, I fine, 4, Bowling, dancing, Gooks, Y, 5, Girls' Club,
Retail Club, 6, To be on an island alone with a certain D L.
Yates, Donna-l, Donna Bug, 2, "Sin", 3, Mary Bug, l'm
going out Rich tonight, 4, Knitting angora argyles, skiing,
5, Girls' Club Rep., Drama Club, Senior Play, 5, Air line
Harden, Harry-2, "Stardust", 3, Cars, women, 5, Boys' Club,
Drivers' Club, 6, To marry a rich and young widow.
Amberg, Gary-l, Gar, 2, "Sleepy Time Down South", 3,
This is ol' Gar you're talkin' to, 4, Sports, dancing, 5,
W Club, Gridsmen Club, sports, 6, None except to get
my picture on the last page of the Senior section.
THE END-6, To face the world.
Most Likely to Succeed:
WILLARD SHIELD THE KIWANIS SHIELD ,gg
Artie Delimitros Patty Jo Appel ' Vernon Peckover Delores Hefflinger
lt might be said that the most important award of them all is the Willard Shield. Each year one girl and one
boy, who through their scholastic effort, participation in activities, and inspiring personalities, are elected by the
student body to have their names added to the Willard Shield.
The Shield was first given by his class in memory of Bill Willard, a fine representative of what is meant by
giving his best. Bill died as a result of iniuries received on the football field. This year the names of Patty Jo Appel and
Artie Delimitros will be engraved on the shield.
THE KIWANIS SHIELD
Each year, in honor of the late Rupert Hamilton, the name of the most outstanding iournalist is inscribed on the
Kiwanis Shield. The shield is dedicated to this former West Seattle Herald editor, who proposed it but died before his
proiect was fulfilled. .
This year the names of Vernon Peckover and Delores Hefflinger will be added.
Ken Rogers . Audree Warnick Evan Thomas
Those receiving the Sports Inspirational Awards this year are Evan Thomas,
Football, Audree Warnick, Girls' "W" Club, and Ken Rogers, Basketball.
QUILL AND SCROLL
Top: Eleanor Friar, Ron Finlay, Vernon Peckover, Jo Lee Davis, Ed Emerick, Pat Curry, John Withers. Bottom: Ken Rogers, Delores
Hefflinger, Bev Burnham, Bruce Mclvor, Allene Stoddard, Matt Sayre, Duane Berry.
Editofs Last Word
How unfortunate that there is no new way of saying Thanks . . . never has so much been owed to
so many. To our advisor, Mrs. Gellerrnann, whose encouragement and inspiration were responsible for a
good deal of this volume, to our staff, whose abilities and time were tapped a little and a lot in order
to interview, to run errands, to verify, to write, to picture and summarily to work, with their unfailing
cooperation and loyalty, to Mr. Wohlrabe for the excellent account of pictures in the sports section, to
Artcraft Engravers and Mr. Vierling and to Lowman and Hanford Printing, who didn't deserve the shortened
life span and gray hairs our staff probably produced, to Ralston Studio, without whose help this book
would certainly not be complete-the pictures, to Mr. Emerick and Mrs. Poppelreiter whose generosity
enabled us to use their car and phone in threatening moments.
Thanks then to these, whose rewards in no way compensate their efforts. Lastly to each other a
special, unexplainable something, for neither of us could have made it through the year alone. We've
brought this book to you-it isn't artful, nor original, nor particularly adult. It isn't a lot of things
for which it was intended. But perhaps some day it will rate a second glance from those whose high-
school lite it has attempted to record-four years of fun and etude. Maybe that is enough for book . . .
to remind you of happy times.
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