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'49 KLIPSUN  WESTERN WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 1899-1949 50th
ANNIVERSARY

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AUDITORIUM ~ MUSIC BUILDING

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50th Anniversary  KLIPSUN 1949    Editor .......... Pearl Hofman  Business
Manager ... Phyllis Armstrong

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MAIN BUILDING---As of Now ... As of Then

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Golden Anniversary THE KLIPSUN 1949 Published by WESTERN WASHINGTON COLLEGE
OF EDUCATION, BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON

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SENIOR HALL . . . Active Plus

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FOREWORD   With heads held high, we face the future  knowing that our
golden heritage is secure.  We know that our Alma Mater will progress 
toward a still broader academic and social pro-gram  in the years  to come.
In spite of inevitable  change the high goal will remain the same. May  the
students and faculty of the future continue  to build on the foundation we
have all helped  to establish.

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MEN'S RESIDENCE HALL...Stout Hearted Men

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EDENS HALL...Where Beauty Reigns

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDING...Where Teamwork Counts

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WCC LIBRARY...Archives of Information

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CAMPUS SCHOOL ... Laboratory of Today for the Teachers of Tomorrow

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TABLE OF CONTENTS  Administration . . . . 12  Activities ........ 24 
Classes ....... 78  Sports ......... 110   -- -1-' ~ _~_~_._.. .. __.,. --
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Administration

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Mr. Arntzen Delivers a Traditional Lecture

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N 1899 when the six faculty members of the new state normal school walked 
into their classrooms to begin their lectures, a friendly and cooperative 
spirit appeared which has been a part of Bellingham's College ever since.
From  then to now, the faculty has grown in number but has always remained
a basic  force in uniting the school. Three generations of alumni look back
with gratitude  to the personal help and  friendly concern of the college
faculty.  The faculty sets a standard as well as a spirit of friendship
within the school.  This standard has been shown in the scholarship and
achievement of the students,  and in their sincere interest in those who
lead them. The spirit has become  traditional, as much a part of the school
as the annual faculty tea, the sack race  on campus day, the examinations,
and the conscientious, personalized teaching.  The instructors have helped
students, struggling to enter their professions,  face their problems
honestly, and made them feel secure in the knowledge that  the College is
interested in each person.  Freshmen, student teachers, alumni, all are
proud of their part in a har- monious  faculty-student relationship and
leave WWC with ever remembered  impressions of the personalities of those
who have been their instructors and  friends.  GOODliEGGS ... One and All

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Striking Elizabeth Gregory pours at Valentine faculty tea.  I , I . It

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Joseph T. Pemberton Mrs. Violet Boede Vern Branigin  Bellingham Orcas
Island Mount Vernon  BOARD OF TRUSTEES  Within the year extensive changes
and additions have been approved by the  Board of Trustees, who spend many
hours each month on problems of the College.  Last spring the home
economics department was improved and redecorated,  a project costing
approximately $15,000.  During the summer, installation of new steel stacks
in the library was begun,  with work finished in November. On  the first of
that month, construction was  started on the industrial arts building
adjoining the campus school, designed to  house the crowded art and
industrial arts departments. The cost of completion  is estimated at
$916,500.  Four new tennis courts were built last fall on Huntoon Drive to
replace the  ones on High street, demolished for building space. The
purchase of two properties  in addition to the tennis courts was authorized
to provide a site for the $1,500,000  music-auditorium building, on which
work was begun January 3. The structure,  now being erected, will seat 1200
when completed, and will include class rooms  for the music department. A
lot on High street south of the men's residence hall  was secured as
additional parking area to relieve congestion near the main  building.

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OUR PRESIDENT  In this, his tenth busy year as president of WWCE, Dr. W. W.
Haggard has  begun to witness the results of continued efforts before the
state legislature in  behalf of expansion and amplification.  Two years ago
his efforts were devoted to legislation allowing WWCE and  the other state
colleges of education to grant the master's degree in education and  the BA
in liberal arts. This year the range of service has been further expanded 
to include the training of secondary teachers.  This is Dr. Haggard's
message to the 1949 Klipsun:  "The appearance of the Klipsun is an event
each year, and particularly so  in 1949, because of the Golden Anniversary.
The Klipsun, in its striking use of  pictures and appropriate verbal
description, presents a compelling record of the  year, and in this
instance, as much as possible, a record of half a century. The staff  has
accomplished a significant task in the total Golden Anniversary
celebration.  One may predict that this book will be perhaps the most
treasured annual to date,  and that it will be used extensively in the next
anniversary. The trustees, faculty,  alumni, and friends of the College are
appreciative of this contribution."  Page seventeen

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In his second year at Western Washing-ton  College Donald A. Ferris, the
Regis-trar,  has found a valued place in the life.  and activities of the
college. As the num-ber  of students at Western Washington in- creases 
yearly, we may rest assured that  our capable registrar will continue to
keep  the record straight.   Miss Lorraine Powers, the very capable  Dean
of Women, keeps a successful vigil  over the women students of Western. She
 does a wonderful job of solving the num-erous  and varied problems which
arise. Her  activities are many, for besides being the  Dean of Women, she
also teaches college mathematics and supervises the campus  social
activities.  C. W. (Bill) McDonald, dean of men,  is a good example of the
young and vigorous  college executive. He pleases everyone  by supervising
the men  of Western while  keeping up with his other tasks, which are  many
and varied. Much of the time, Big Bill can be seen on the maple court,
where  he instructs his teams in the principles of  basketball and good
sportsmanship.  Page eighteen.

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AT THE CONTROLS  Genial, hard working Dr. Mer l1e S.  Kuder, as the
Director of Student Per-sonnel, keeps the campus wheels well oiled  and
acts as trouble shooter for the college.  He has been a driving force in
the expan-sion  here and has done much to help all  student personnel, from
frantic eager young freshman to the more mature senior. Dr.  Kuder is
indeed a man well worth knowing.  A leader in progressive education, Dr. 
Raymond Hawk serves as the Director of  the Training School. His robust
sense of  humor, along with his "know how" when it  comes to teachers,
marks him as one of the  leading  figures on the campus of Western.  He and
his well trained staff deserve a great  deal of credit for the fact  that
the Campus  School is considered one of the outstanding  teacher training
schools in the Unit ed States.  Page nineteen

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Margaret Aitken, M.A. Edward J. Arntzen, M.A.  Physical Education Social
Studies  Kermit Bengtson, B.S. May Bettman  Science Typing and Shorthand 
Hazel Breakey, B.S.  A rt  Lawrence Brewster, M.A.  Speech  College
Newsweek in Review-Johnson, Fitch, Oliveri, Dyer, Brewster,  Girard,
Morton, Sullivan, and Swanson.  Page twenly  THEY DEAL

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Outdoor fans-BACK Row: Roser. Karsten, Wilson. Geijsbeek, Sanders,  Hogan,
Nelson, Wertman, Elbie.  FRONT Row: Muffley, Shannon, Hume  Smith,
Douglass, Lloyd, Falknor, and Baker.  Ruth A. Burnet, B.A.  Journalism 
Katherine M.  Casanova, M.A.  Student Teaching  Sene R. Carlile, M.A. 
Speech Moyle F.  Cederstroni, Ph.D.  English  Annice Ciszek, B.S. Raymond
Ciszek, B.S.  Physical Education Physical Education  INFU TURES

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Linda Countryman, M.A. Nora B. Cummins, M.A.  Home Economics Social Studies
and Coun-selor  to Student Clubs  Irene M. Elliott, M.A.  Student Teaching 
Helen Gilham, M.A.  Student Teaching  Maurice Freehill, Ed.D.  Education
and Director  of Research  Georgia Gragg  Bookkeeping and Hand-writing THEY
SHOW US  Microbe hunters: McIntosh, McGovern, Abernathy, and Wittmer  Page
twenty-two

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Applying those principles are Cate, Favero, and Olsen  Elizabeth Gregory,
B.A.  Student Teaching  Victor  H. Hoppe, M.A.  Speech  Irwin A. Hammer,
Ed.D.  Teaching  Elizabeth M.  Hopper, M.A.  Appointment Secretary  Thomas
F. Hunt, M.A. Henry S. Hurd  Geography Printing  THE FAR GOAL  Arthur C.
Hicks, Ph.D.  English  Leslie Hunt, M.A.  Student Teaching  Annis Hovde,
M.A.  English

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Donald P. Irish, M.A. Vivian Johnson, M.A.  Social Studies Field
Supervision, S t u-dent  Teaching  Ruth Kelsey, IVI.A.  Art  Fred W.
Knapman, M.S.  Science  Priscilla Kinsman, M.S.  Student Teaching Charles
F.  Lappenbusch, M.A.  Physical Education  LEADERS OF  Mr. Knapman assists
science major.  Page twenty-four

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Industrial Arts instruction  John Leiman, M.S.  Psychology  John Liedtke,
M.S.  Science  David McDonald, Ed.D. Ruby McInnes, M.A.  Psychology Student
Teaching  Pearl Merriman, M.A. Marjorie Muffly, M.A.  Student Teaching
Physical Education TOMORROW'S WORLD  Paul Lusterman  Band and Orchestral 
Instruments  Eileen McMillan, M.A.  Music  June McLeod, B.A.  Student
Teaching

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Keith A. Murray, Ph.D. Synva K.  Social Studies Student  Miriam L. Peck,
M.A. Ruth E.  Art Scie  Frank Punches, M.A. Bernard Re  Student Teaching Mi
 ' ILLING  Nicol, M.A. James H. O'Brien, M.A. Marie Pabst, M.S.  Teaching
English Science  Platt, M.S. Hazel J. Plympton, M.A John Porter, M.A.  ence
Art Student Teaching  gier, B.S.M. Charles M. Rice, M.A. J. Allan Ross,
Ph.D.  usic Industrial Arts Education  Camera club members relax on field
trip.  Page twenty-six

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TEAM  Student Wives' club sponsors a Valentine mixer.  Jean W. Shephard,
M.A.  Student Teaching Bearnice Skeen, M.S.  Special Education  Ruth
Spearin, B.A.  Cataloguer  Leona M. Sundquist, M.S. Anna Ullin, M.A. Albert
Van Aver, Ph.D.  Science Foreign Languages and English  Glenn D. Warrick,
M.A. English Paul D. Woodring, Ph.D.  Industrial Arts Nan Dybdahl Wiik,
B.A. Psychology and Education  Voice  Edith Strange  Piano  Donald Walter,
M.A.  Band and Orchestral  Instruments  Evelyn Odom, M.A.  Student Teaching
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Mildred Herrick, M.L.S. Enid Karsten. B.L.S.  Librarian Circulation
Librarian  Pearl Reese Miriam B. Snow, M.S.  Secretary Campus School
Librarian  "LET ITSN OW  LET ITSN OW"  The library, where 74,000 volumes 
and periodicals wait to be explored,  where new steel stacks are open for 
inspection, term papers originate,  friends meet ...  1949 ... It Did Snow 
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PROGRESS  PREVAILS  Wayne Ensign  Custodian  The old stack comes down  An
expanding campus is carefully  tended by the maintenance men, who  mow
lawns, trim shrubs, keep watch.  George Sperry Kasper Aagard Peter
Lundstrom, George Dack, John Polsin  Engineer Carpenter Buildings and
grounds Page twenty-nine

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Grace Blake J. Wendell Brown Elmina Boothby, B.S.  Assistant, Registrar's
Office Assistant, Director of Nurse  R esearch  Doris Buchanan  Business
Office  Ethel Church  Secretary to President  Sam Buchanan  Financial
Secretary  Ann Garcia  Secretary to the Director  of Student Personnel 
Hilma Carlson  Nurse  Shirley Johnson  Secretary, Campus School  One of the
most important cogs in Western's wheel of  efficiency is the administration
staff. They keep busy ac-counting,  nursing, recording,  serving .  Page
thirty

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THEY AIM TO PLEASE  Marjorie Kingsley, B.A.  Recorder  Ernest Sams 
Business Office  Frank Stimson  Business Office  Christine Leaf  Nurse 
Ethelyn Sisk  Secretary to Dean of Men  Mildred Tremain  Secretary to Dean
of Women  Margaret MacKinnon, B.A.  Accountant  Nancy Smith, B.A. Secretary
to Director  of Student Teaching  Helen Williams  Extension Department 
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NOTABLES  Gus Pagels, ASB President  .Fred De Bruler, ASB Vice-President 
Gus Pagels, man extraordinaire, and president par excellence, is known to 
everyone on campus. His salty air, his drive, and patience have given to
the school  a capable leadership of which it can well be proud. He always
kept  the in-terests  of the students first and foremost in his plans, and
under capable adminis-tration  much has been done to further them.  Fred De
Bruler, the president's right hand man, is also a teacher-to-be and a 
singer of some repute. He presides at many student assemblies and in
countless  other ways he supplements the executive duties. He was assembly
chairman and  also did an able job as the head of the election committee. 
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THE RIGHT TO BE PROUD  Board of Control-SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Ross,
James, Dr. Kangley, Dr. Murray, Pearson,  Pagels, De Bruler, Radcliffe,
Kent, Morton, Armstrong.  The Board of Control is made up of a small group
of students and faculty  who work earnestly to build a stronger and more
united College. Every Wednes-day  at 4 p. m. they meet and lay plans for
school activities and policies. Consist- ing  of a president, vice
president, a secretary, three student and three faculty  members, the board
represents a good cross section of campus thuoght, and shows  a definite
effort to interpret campus wishes. The recent trend to improve the Board 
by increasing membership to provide for better representation shows that
the  students are taking an ever increasing interest in their school
government.  In this year of the Fiftieth Anniversary, the board has
accomplished much  that will be remembered. Page thirty-three

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Activities

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Fred De Bruler plays Eric, the .. .

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There are various traditions common to all colleges, but each college has
made some  traditions unique to itself. Those distinctively of Western
Washington College are cherished  in the memories of the rapidly expanding
alumni group.  Through the past years, a number of annual activities have
evolved and have become  fixtures in the life of the College. Fall quarter
brings Homecoming and the crowning of  Queen Sigrid, a custom first started
in 1938. The outstanding winter event, the Publications  Prom, brings
interest with the chosing of a queen from twenty candidates. Spring is best
 remembered for Campus Day, a day first set aside as a time for students to
work together  cleaning school property, but now as a day of play for all.
The beard growing contest and  "Hello Walk" are two events which culminate
on Campus Day. In June, Commencement  and the alumni banquet, usually the
Saturday before Commencement, are two important  events. On Class Day,
which has been the same since 1912, the graduates take part in a  ceremony
of dropping their names in a box which is set in Memory Walk and sealed
there  for all time to come.  Besides these yearly events, the College has
other traditions which set it apart. The ivy  covered walls of the main
building, the stone benches, the knoll, the walks, the familiar  and
beautiful trees all leave with us the memories that mean "Western." 
Student government, the student lounge and coop, club activities, and close
student  and faculty relationships also play their part in the traditions
of the College on the Hill.  M-mm-m good!!

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Vern D. Matthews crowns Doak Walker's selection at Publications Prom.  Page
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ToP: A. Lahti, M. Kingsley, B. Ingersoll, K. Brodahl, J. Sanford, G. Hays,
D.  Snyder, L. Christopher, D. Brown, and H. Reimer-first graduates (1948)
to re-ceive  the degree of bachelor of arts. BOTTOM, LEFT: H. Hardy and F.
Gladwin, first  to receive the degree of master of education. RIGHT:
Graduates on parade.   AULD LANG SYNE  The final page in the history of the
class of '48 was written June 10, 1948, when, clad in the traditional caps
and gowns, the members marched quietly down the M a i n  Building steps.
The preceding June 7, in accordance with WWC traditions, the class buried a
tiny  box containing their activity tickets and class history beneath their
plaque in Memory  Walk.  The class of '48 witnessed many  changes in the
College from their entrance as fresh-men  in 1944 and their final exit in
1948. They saw the student body increase in size to  approximately 2000 for
a four quarter year, and the faculty increase in number to meet  the new
demands. And finally they saw the construction of three fine buildings
erected   to accommodate the fast growing institution.  Not only did this
class see the College increase in size, but also they saw a dream  come
true when the state legislature authorized the College to confer the
additional de-grees  of bachelor of arts and master of education.  Page
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FROLIC AND FOOD  Campus Day last year was a crowning success of fun,
frivolity, and fantasy, with at  least ninety-five per cent of the student
body participating. T r u e to his campaign  promises, Fred De Bruler,
incoming vice-president, provided a sunny day. To start the  festivities
off right, an assembly of satirical collegiate humor was presented with all
or-ganized  houses taking part. Then on to Whatcom Falls Park in a huge
caravan of cars  headed by a police escort. The fun began . . .tennis and
softball beckoned many, while  others reverted to their childhood days and
made good use of the swings and slides.  Many traditions have grown up
which take place each Campus Day . . . the pie eating  of the beards . .
.these have become a tradi-of the beards . . . these have become a
tradi-tion  of Campus Day. And Campus Day itself has become a tradition
which we hope will  go on forever.  More fun the hard way!  Jo Knowles
tries out a  patch of whiskers, while  Phyl Armstrong, Elie Eng-lish  and
Lois King wait for their chance.  FUN

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FOURTH  TfOP: Scene from annual Salmon  B a k e at Larrabee. BOTTOM: 
Hikers relax on top of Chucka-nut  Mountain.  The 1948 summer program was
designed for teachers, administrators, supervisors,  and specialists.
Special attention was directed to the needs of teachers holding  emergency 
certificates, to undergraduate courses leading to regular certification or 
the degree of bachelor of arts in education, and to studies for the degree
of master  of education.  A program for remedial courses applicable to the
credentials of elementary  and junior high school principals was offered.
The Felix Payant workshop in art  education was considered both practical
and inspirational by the registrants.. The now widely known program of
summer conferences, bringing outstand-ing  leaders in education to the 
campus, attracted an unusually large attendance  in 1948. In addition to
the annual summer conference, there were state-wide  meetings of county
superintendents, elementary school principals and supervisors,   and the
Parent-Teacher Association.  Page forty

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QUARTER  Summer fun as witnessed at  Larrabee State Park.  Because of the
accessibility of mountains, lakes, and seashore, and the tem-perate  summer
weather, Western Washington College has  a recreational program  difficult
to match elsewhere.  Making the most of these resources, the recreational
program last summer  again proved to be entertaining as well as
educational. On the calendar  were the  climb up Chuckanut Mountain; the
three day San Juan island trip; a bus trip  to Vancouver, B. C.; a two day
hike to Austin Pass, Artist's Point, Table Mountain  and Chain Lakes; a
salmon bake at Larrabee State Park; a bus trip to Whidby  Island, and a
climb to Skyline Ridge. One of the chief events of the summer is  the climb
to Mount Baker under the direction of the veteran guide, Happy  Fisher.
Other  activities included a two day trip to Twin Lakes located at the foot
 of Winchester Mountain; a bus trip to Mount Baker; a two day boat trip to
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THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS  (Based on the booklet "The First Fifty Years" by Dr.
Arthur C. Hicks)  The first  recorded suggestion that a publicly supported
normal school be established  in Whatcom County was made in November, 1886,
when the Whatcom Reveille proposed  that the Northwest Normal School of
Lynden, which had opened its doors the previous  month, receive an
appropriation from the Territori'al Legislature. The sequel to this
pro-posal  makes clear that the Lynden institution was an important factor
in creating the  demand which eventuated in the founding of the New Whatcom
State Normal School, now known as the Western Washington College of
Education.  After the closing of the Northwest Normal School in 1892, the
legislators f r o m  Whatcom County worked hard to secure a state
institution on Bellingham Bay. The 1893  Legislature took the necessary
action, but no appropriation was made until 1895, when  $40,000 was allowed
for the central unit of the Main Building. Not until 1899 was the
appropriation made which enabled the New Whatcom State Normal School to
admit stu-dents  on September 6 of that year.  During the first two
decades, the foundations of campus life were laid under the   leadership of
Dr. Edward T. Mathes and Dr. George W. Nash. Beginning with a program 
combining secondary education with two years of professional training, the
institution  added a third year during the first decade and secured
authorization for a fourth year in  The Faculty - 1902  Governor Martin
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1912 Basketball Team  1911 Champs!  1917. Three units were added to the
Main Building, and the first Gymnasium (now the  Student Lounge), the first
Edens Hall, and the Industrial Arts Building were erected.  The Faculty was
increased from 10 to 58; student enrolment rose from 264 to 1,224. A 
variety of campus activities developed, including those of literary and
other societies,  athletics, oratory, debate, drama, and music. The
Messenger, a quarterly, began its career  in 1899, became a monthly in
1902, and in 1916 a weekly. The first Klipsun appeared in  1913. The
Associated Students began to function in 1908, together with the Student 
"Co-op." By 1919 graduates from Bellingham were to be found in school
systems all over  the State, and a cooperative society had taken root on
the Campus. World War I had shaken up this society, but without prejudice
to the long-range purposes of the institu-tion.  During the exciting
developments of the next fourteen years Dr. Nash, Dr. Dwight  B. Waldo, and
Mr. Charles H. Fisher were at the helm. The requirements for teacher 
certification were raised from one year to eight quarters, and the Normal
School de-veloped  a four-year college program which resulted in 1933 in
legislative authorization  to grant the degree of Bachelor of Arts in
Education. The institution thus became a col-lege  in fact, if not yet in
name. In 1921 the second Edens Hall was constructed, a n d  seven years
later the Library Building was dedicated. The Faculty increased from 56 to 
69; enrolment rose from 1,312 to 1,448, and the proportion of men to women
steadily  grew. Departmental, social, and other clubs became so numerous
that an Interclub Coun-cil  was formed in 1928-29 to regulate them.
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intensified, and a recreation program for all students, especially during
the summer, was  developed. The Messenger became the Northwest Viking in
1928. The Great Depression  that began the next year created serious
problems for the institution. Yet in spite of edu-cational  inflation and
deflation, the Normal  School continued to make improvements in  standards
and program.  After 1933 Mr. Fisher remained President for six years and
was succeeded by Dr.  William Wade Haggard. The American Association of
Teachers Colleges accredited the  Normal School in 1934. In 1937 the
institution was rechristened the Western Washington  College of Education,
and ten years later was authorized to offer graduate work in element-ary 
education and a four-year course in the arts and sciences leading
respectively to the degrees of Master of Education and Bachelor of Arts.
The Physical Education Build-ing  was completed in  1935, the Campus
Elementary School in 1942, and the Men's Resi-dence  Hall in 1947. The
fifth decade will close with two major projects in progress-the 
Auditorium-Music Building and the Arts Building. After 1933 the Faculty
increased  from 62 to 93, while enrolment rose from 1,170 to 1,996 in
1947-48. After 1945, men stu-dents  for the first time became more numerous
than women. Campus activities have continued unabated, although with
emphases differing from those of preceding periods.  The Viking became the
Collegian in 1938-39, and the Navigator, student guide book, ap-peared  in
the thirties. World War II had disruptive effects even more serious than
those  of World War I and the Great Depression, but the College met this
third ordeal with  the same resiliency as before and immediately after the
end of hostilities resumed the role  of educational pioneering.  Happy
Holiday  of the Past  Class Scene

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Fiftieth Anniversary Committee heads-FRONT Row: Fred Knapman, Dr. W. W.
Haggard, Nora  Cummins, Dr. Arthur Hicks, Laurence Brewster, and Dr. Frank
D'Andrea. BACK Row: Vivian  Johnson, Hazel Plympton, Lorraine Powers, Dr.
Albert Van Aver, and Charles Rice. NOT PICTURED:  Glenn Warrick, Elizabeth
Hopper, and Mrs. Ruth Burnet.  WE CELEBRATE OUR GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY
Responsible for a memorable anniversary celebration in 1949 was the hard
working  faculty committee headed by Miss Nora B. Cummins. Their work was
ably supplemented  by the following civic leaders: Dr. E. K. Stimpson, the
Reverend Clarence Haugen, Mrs.  A. Randolph Walker, Boone Hardin, Carl
Lobe, and Robert Diehl.  The year's observances reached a climax May 20 and
21 with a week-end of events designed to interest the community, the
alumni, and the College. Of lasting significance  was the laying of  the
corner stones for the two buildings under construction, the Music- 
Auditorium and the Arts buildings.   Other events included a memory play by
Victor H. Hoppe, "A Cavalcade of Years";  the first showing of a  motion
picture in color, "Forward with Western"; an educational  symposium; and a
historical exhibit. Participants in the symposium were Mrs. Pearl
Wana-maker,  State Superintendent of Public Instruction, together with the
presidents of seven  sister institutions of the Northwest and seven state
leaders in the field of public school  education.  Dr. Donald G. Marquis,
WWC alumnus and head of the department of psychology  at the University of
Michigan, delivered an address at the luncheQn meeting May 21. The
festivities ended with the alumni banquet and the Golden Anniversary Ball. 
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ToP: Faculty counselors assist students with schedules for quarter. 
BOTTOM: Freshmen welcomed by Mayor Don Satterlee at city hall.  Opening
week ... the time devoted to welcoming the young, eager prospective 
college students into the life of Western. Because of much hard work by the
upper classmen behind the scenes, this year's opening week was a success.
The class of  '52 was led into the paths they would follow in the four
years they would spend  at Western.  Starting off with entertainment in the
Campus school auditorium on Sep-tember  23, the program presented a
welcoming address by Dr. W. W. Haggard,  president of the college, and
speeches by other members of the student body. The tours of the campus,
with friendly older students acting as guides, were largely  attended, as
was the annual tour of the city of Bellingham, sponsored by the  Junior
Chamber of Commerce. One of the high points on this trip was the visit  to
the city hall where the freshmen were welcomed by Mayor Don Satterlee. 
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FIRST IMPRESSIONS  A get acquainted mixer was planned so that the freshmen
could meet and  know each other, for it is important that the new team
members should know  the other players.  Each freshman was assigned to a
faculty member who was to act as his adviser  and counselor for the year, a
service inaugurated to draw the new student quickly  into the ways of
Western.  ToP, LEFT: Ann Garcia registers veterans in room 112. RIGHT:
Students line up to re-ceive  approved schedule cards.  BOTTOM, LEFT:
Take-off for freshman tour of city. RIGHT: Freshmen caps attractively 
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UPPER LEFT: "Luke, I love you!"-from Homecoming assembly. UPPER RIGHT: As
seen on the main landing.  CENTER: MRH's Homecoming display. LOWER RIGHT:
Co-chairmen for Homecoming, Harry Pagels and Ann  Pearson. LOWER LEFT:
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UPPER LEFT: The beginning of Queen Sigrid XI's rule. UPPER RIGHT:
Princesses Barbara Butler, Alice Robbins,  Marjorie Ness, and Ruth
Soderstrom. CENTER: Behold the committee chairmen. LOWER LEFT: A grand
climax.  LOWER RIGHT: A wonderful victory day.  Homecoming and WWC birthday
celebrated jointly to make an exciting weekend . ..  rain . .. Queen Sigrid
XI and her court . .. hard working  chairmen ... freshman bonfire lit  by
upperclassmen . .. house and club skits at assembly . . . 300 alumni,
students, faculty at  annual luncheon . . . card stunts for the first time
. .. five bands in colorful half-time activi-ties  . . . a 14 to 12 victory
over College of Puget Sound Loggers . . what an afternoon . . Gotdy Downs
music . . . trophies for Edens and Daniels Hall ... sweet memories these. 
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BIG  NIGHT  Barbara Butler  Tenth Publications Prom Princess  Genuine H20
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Norma Jean Barr Joyce Eide Joyce Meuler  Jessie Isom Patricia Wright Joan
Baylor  Mary. Lou Borchardt Neva McIntyre Helen Johnson  The Golden Era
Ball for the Golden Anniversary Year became a fitting climax to a  decade
of successful Publications Proms. Grecian columns, golden draperies, murals
from  Greek mythology, and a bubbling fountain, all served as a back drop
for the happy couples  dancing to Mert Perkins' music. The swirling spring
formals were in striking contrast to the  swirling snow beyond the walls of
the PE building . . . And so, with a backward glance at  editors Bill
Ridder and Doug Lince who in 1939 started the ball a-rolling, the tenth and
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FIxST Row: Buss, McGhee, Wefer, Dews, Harris, DeFehr, Carlson foster.
SECOND Row: Mitchell, Sires,  Boucher, Daverin, Wright,  Hickenbottom,
Bridges, Hawkins, Lundstrom, Houglum, Ager, Sires, Monroy, Horn. THIRD Row:
Sanders, Butts, Ford, Anderson,  Betdler, McLachlen, Rahm, Kearns,
Sundstrom, Milton, Larson, Rowe, Kearns, Berg, Robbins. STANDING: Brown,
Sealander, Walter,  Ravenhorst, Munden, Gillett, King, Marksworth, Vaniman,
Hankins.  Majorettes-Alice Thompson, Delores York, Doris Pickett. Don
Walter  Under the capable direction of Don Walter, the band was able to
complete a successful year. The open-ing  of the fall quarter found the
members busily mastering many new marching skills to be used for half-time 
entertainment at football games. Winter quarter the band faced the problem
of converting from a  marching band to a concert band. The first concert
tour to the schools of  the Seattle area was three days  in length and was
very well received by all. The concert season was closed with a program in
the WWC  auditorium. Spring quarter, while other students were out enjoying
the  fine weather, the band was busy  getting ready for the Bellingham
Blossom Festival. These hard working students will not be able to lay 
aside their work until graduation day June 10, when they will make their
last appearance of the year.  While the band played on, the majorettes were
adding action, color, and beauty to the half time enter-tainment.  Much
credit is due these three girls for their endless hours of work.  The
success of the Golden Anniversary band was due largely to the efforts of
Don Walter, the director,  whose aim was to make the band bigger and better
than ever before. Another token of recognition for the  group came when it
was chosen as the official band for the Bellingham Blossom Time Festival. 
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If good things come in small packages, here is a gold mine . . . the men's 
quartet. The quartet, comprised of Fred De Bruler, Roland Peterson, Gene 
Langill, and Lloyd Rahm, was on hand to give out with a great deal of
enjoyable  music. Not only did the quartet sing for school functions but
for civic functions  as well.  Including in their varied repertoire
everything from folks songs and spirituals  to dignified and solemn
Christmas and Easter hymns, Western's a cappella choir,  led by Bernard
Regier, delighted several large audiences during the year, both on  and off
the campus. The choii was featured in assemblies before Christmas and 
Easter, presenting programs which were truly inspiring. Highlight of the 
year was  the tour of several high schools during winter quarter, which was
preceded by a  Saturday night  broadcast over a Vancouver radio station. 
Bernard Regier Viking Four-Pederson, De Bruler, Rahm, and Langill  FIRST
Row: Smith, Copeland, Soderstrom, Chandler, Peter, R. Wright, Dunn, Stout,
Blekkink, McInnes, Gwynn, Wilson, Kirby.  SECOND Row: P. Wright, Harris,
Hess, Cox, Dillon, Threlkeld, Pauls, Daverin, Winter, Bruseth, Hodges,
Swan, Wittmer, M. James.  THIRD Row: Foster, Stevens, Hinthorne, Grocott,
Aandahl, Houglum, Hoglund, Markworth, Cary, Peach, Rowe, Brown, Pilon, 
Langill, Young, B. James. FOURTH Row: Holt, Johnson, Beckmeyer, Stuart,
Ambrosius, Berg, Nymeyer, Nelson, Miller, Lorene, Olson, Runestrand,
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SAXOPHONE QUARTET  The saxophone quartet not only enter-tained  the student
body at student assemblies  but they also toured with the band on its first
 annual concert tour. They were favorably re- ceived  at assemblies in
nearby high schools.  CLARINET QUARTET  The clarinet quartet is something
new in  the instrumental department at WWC. It had  its beginning during
the fall quarter in 1948.  The clarinet quartet has made only one
ap-pearance  at the college, but has performed at  several high schools
throughout the stat e.  "Clarinet Rhapsody" by Bennett has been the 
quartet's main presentation  this season.  STRING QUARTET  The string
quartet comprised of Norma  Jean Swan, Jean Hinthorne, Jeanne Vraden-burg, 
and Dr. D'Andrea entertained the stu-dent  body at student assemblies
throughout the year.  FROM BOOGIE  Clarinet Quartet-Bridges, Hick-enbottom,
 Wefer, Dews.  Saxophone Quartet- Buss, Bealer,  Sires, Sanders.  String
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FIRST Row: Olson, Rahm, Kirby,  Pauls, Hodges, James, Ber g ,  Regier,
director. SECOND Row: Nelson, Harris, Johnson, Smith,  Stout, Wittmer,
Markworth.  TO BRAHMS  Dunn, Copeland, Davern, Holt,  Foster, C o x,
Wilson, Johnson.  SEATED: Miss Mira Booth, leader.  VOCOLLEGIANS  The
Vocollegians were organized for the first time this year. The organization
is pat-terned  after a group of English singers who toured this country in
the early 2 0's perform-ing  a series of classical and modern madrigals.
They perform, as did the early English singers,  with part of their group
seated informally around a table. They took part in the Christmas  concert
and many student assemblies besides accompanying the choir on its annual
tour.  THE GIRLS' ENSEMBLE  Here we have eight of Western's talented girls
working together to produce music which  is well worth listening to. The
girls have delighted many audiences throughout their busy  year. Miss Mira
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I REMEMBER MAMA  By John Van Druten  One of the high points of the fall
quarter was the play, "I Remember Mama." Directed  by Victor Hoppe, and
starring Evelyn Wulff as Mama, it portrayed the experience of a  Swedish
family in America.  Playing the part of the gruff but lovable Uncle Chris
was Thornton Ford, and the old-est  child, Katrina, who aspired to be an
author, was developed well by Beth Folsom.  Ralph Brown had a dual role as
Mr. Hyde and assistant director, while Larry Norby  played Papa. The other
daughters were Patty Bornstein and Dixie Dunn. The son was  played by Carl
Markworth.   The three aunts were portrayed by Dorothy Chatterton, Phyllis
Threlkeld, and Bab-bette  Daniel. Others in the cast were Alex Davies, soda
clerk; Sutton Frazier, Doctor John-stone;  Shirley Swank, housekeeper; Ruby
Rogers, nurse; Dick King, messenger; and Dale  Pierson, stage manager. 
LEFT: Good News!  RIGHT: Party Plans.  The Entire Cast-STANDING: Wertman, 
Rogers, Frazier, Owen, Brown, Threl-keld,  Ford, Chatterton, Johnson,
Daniel,  Swank. SEATED: Wulff, Norby, Dunn,  Bornstein, Markworth, and
Folsom.  LEFT: No News is Good News.  RIGHT: I Told You So!  Page
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CURTAIN GOING UP  TOP LEFT: What's what! TOP RIGHT: Curtain call for
Thornton, Wolf, Leque, Brown, Erickson,  McMullen, Jones, Cary, Sayan. 
BOTTOM LEFT: Everyone Smile. CENTER: Lachie. BOTTOM RIGHT: Caught
red-handed.  THE HASTY HEART  A Comedy by John Patrick .. . Winter
Production  "The Hasty Heart," winter quarter production, is classified as
a comedy and there  were several funny parts in it. There were a ls o
several touching scenes so expertly  handled by Ralph Brown that spectators
were seen reaching for their handerchiefs .  This three act play was about
a British hospital ward and the soldiers from different  countries
occupying it. The plot unfolds the conflict of a young Scot, Lachie (R a I
p h  Brown) with the rest of the patients . . . Blossom (Tiny Thornton) a
Basuto who could  not speak English and was all the more wonderful because
of it . . . Digger (Carl Carey)  a wise cracking Australian who combined
with Bill Jones (Tommy) to make the house  rock with laughter at  times.
Kiwi was the quiet New Zealander, well done by Neil Leque.  Margaret
Erickson did a wonderful, portrayal as the understanding, efficient nurse,
while  Don McMullen was the stuttering, convincing Yank. The Colonel, old
Cobwebs, was  well portrayed by Don Sayan, and last, but not least, Glen
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SEATED: Diambri, Smith, McCullem, Yonlick. STANDING: Salsgiver,  Robbin.r,
Terry.  NORSEMEN Able Gordie Smith presides over the club with membership
consisting of all the male  students at Western. Assisting him are Cliff
McCullem as vice-president a n d Gerald  Salsgiver as secretary- treasurer.
 One of the outstanding social events of the year was t h e Norseman
semi-formal  dance held fall quarter in the Crystal ballroom of the Leopold
hotel. The Norsemen also  sponsored a successful spring dance.  The
Norsemen planned several assemblies throughout the year. Interesting sports
 movies were shown, and speeches made by various members of the physical
education  department.  One of the chief functions of this organization is
the nomination of candidates for  the Associated Student Body positions and
for Board of Control.  An unusual project was initiated this year when the
Norsemen sponsored Janet  Harris, Western Washington College sophomore, for
the position of queen of Bellingham's  annual Blossom Time Festival.  Page
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ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS  Every woman students is automatically a member
of the Associated Women Students,  one of the largest organizations in the
College. The leaders for the busy year have been  energetic, hard working
Ruth Soderstrom, with Joanne Knowles, vice president, Barbara Hodges,
secretary, and Jean Seelye, treasurer. One of their chief tasks was the
sponsoring  of a French war orphan, Germaine. The AWS also holds six
assemblies during the year in  which subjects which would help interest the
average college girl are discussed. They also  sponsored a tea every other
Thursday, and several successful mixers. One of the important  things
accomplished was high school leaders' day when girls from high schools
located in  nearby counties were invited to the College. They were shown
the various aspects of col-lege  life and given a better understanding of
the problems and fun which college offers.  SEA'rED: Redmond, Hodges,
Soderstrom, Knowles, Lutro, Blekkink.  STANDING: Folsom, Sealander, Favero,
McLane, Webb, Piatt,  Powers, Herrold, Pabst, Felton, Slotemaker, Bingham. 
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ToP PICTURE-SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lindbloom, pres., Niegemann, Brevik,
Svidran, Borden, Weber, Shannon, Brand, Peterson, Ross, Green, and Keehr.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Yonlick, treas., Cline, Thornton, Kink, Scott,
Oswold, Hulbert, Gates, Sam Carver, adviser, Borek, Salsgiver,  and
McStott.  BOTTOM PICTURE-FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Burnaby, Swan,
Armstrong, Soderstrom, Anderson,  Sealander. SECOND Row: Hodges, Carrick,
Lange, McGinnis, pres., Daverin, Webb., Pearson, Roser,  Robbins, Harrison.
THIRD Row: Redmond, Lutro, Hess, Lang, Teichroew, McLane, James, Miss 
Mildred Herrick, adviser, Murray, Swanson, Dahl, Mjoen, Knowles, Seelye,
Piatt, and Cozza.  W CLUB  W Club, consisting of Western's sportsmen, has
representatives f r o m all organized sports. In addition to their athletic
activities, they sponsor a number of social events.  Fall quarter the W
Club managed the successful Homecoming dance with music by  Gordy Downs.
The annual "smoker" program, held March 11, consisted of five boxing and 
two wrestling matches. The special event was a wild free for all in which
five members of  the W Club went into the ring blindfolded.  VALKYRIE  The
Valkyrie club is completing-an active year. Besides doing their regular
service jobs,  they have been a pep  group at all the football and
basketball games.  They have given two back-to-school mixers, both very
successful. To help WSSF,  Valkyrie held a magazine drive, with the
proceeds going to the fund.  Thirty- five Valkyrie members have been ably
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OFF-CAMPUS WOMEN'S CLUB  Off-Campus Women's club, which was somewhat
smaller in this its second year, intends to pro-vide  organized activities
for girls not living in organized houses. Regular meetings were held on the
 second and fourth Wednesdays of every month.  Winter quarter the girls
planned a ski trip with the Ski club and scheduled a candy sale.  Their
spring mixer, called "Gingham, cord and sock dance," was held April 8 in
the junior high  gym. Prizes were awarded for the loudest socks. Gail
Dillon was chairman of the affair.  ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
Western Washington's only professional organization is composed of
education majors. These  students with a common interest get together and
exchange ideas and opinions on their various edu-cational  problems. The
sixty members proved to be a very active group, sponsoring many mixers,
panels on profes-sional topics, a banquet and the climax of the year-the
installation of new officers. Loren Rankin,  Dorothy Young, and Zona
Daverin were delegates to the international ACE convention held at  Salt
Lake City, Utah.  Off-Campus Women-BACK Row: Reinholt; Sealander; Dillon;
Bocanegra; Hale; Bocanegra; Wert- man,  sec.; Dillon. FRONT Row: Rinearson;
Hayes; Dickinson; House, vice-pres.; Taylor; Fahlhaber; Dewar, pres.; Swan;
Merrick, treas.  Association. for Childhlood Education-BAcK Row: Winders;
Rairdon;  Longan; Rankin, pres.;  Maser. MIDDLE Row: Niemela; Shannon,
treas.; Johnson; Swanson; Lutro; Miss  McLeod, adviser;  Young, vice-pres.
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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB  The International Relations club, sponsored
by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,  has as its objective
the study and analysis of the problems of international affairs. Its
purpose is to  better fit the members to take an intelligent and effective
part in forwarding the interests of the  country in the quest for world
peace.  An international outlook is stimulated  through the medium of group
discussions, individual re-search,  student forums, debates, and outside
speakers. Highlighting the activities of IRC this year  was its sponsorship
of a student-body essay contest.  SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDY AND ACTION CLUB  "To
foster and promote free discussion and expression in the field of social
science" is the purpose  of the Social Science club. During their bi-
monthly meetings they not only discuss current problems,  such as "Is a
Depression Necessary?", "Is Our College School Program Adequate?", and
"Housing:  Two Families in Every Garage?", but also present a radio
program, "Opinion, Please" over station  KVOS. The year's activities
included a debate in conjunction with IRC and sponsorship of a March  of
Dimes dance.  International Relations Club-LEFT TO RIGHT: Boroughs; Rudes;
Rudes; Anderson, vice-pres.;  Sanstad, pres.; Miss Nora Cummins, adviser;
Johnston, treas.; Milton; Farmer; Goetz.  Social Science Study and Action
Club-BACK Row: Wilson; Magnuson, treas.; Mr. Don Irish,  adviser; McIntosh,
pres. SECOND Row: McMullen; Flakus; Prather, vice-pres.; Kirby. FRONT Row: 
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i,terclub Council-FIRST Row: Runestrand, pres.; Redmond; Smith, vice-pres.;
House, sec. SECOND Row: Ericcson; McInnes; Stocking; Dewar; Soderstrom;
Miss Lorraine Powers, adviser. THIRD  Row: Keehr; Lang; treas.; Rankin;
Borden; Booman; Robinson. FOURTH Row: Lindbloom; Yon-lick;  Rahm; Grocott. 
Camera Club-BACK Row: Thornton, pres.; Bunn; Brown, vice-pres.; Nelson;
Miss Pabst; Mr. Arntzen, adviser. MIDDLE Row: Ledbetter, sec.-treas.;
Brown: Anderson; Lepeska; Dr. David Mc- Donald; Schaffert; Peterson. FRONT
Row: Douglas; Larson; Clogston; Taylor; Jewell.  INTERCLUB COUNCIL  The
purpose of the Interclub Council is to promote the activities and the
interests of all clubs and  organizations of the College and to see that
all clubs conform to the standards laid down by t h i s group. The council
handles many of the weighty problems of the student body, present
constructive sug- gestions  to other bodies, and promotes interest in all
activities through other organizations and clubs. The members of the ICC
are representatives of all clubs, organizations, and classes in the College
and thereby function as an integrating unit to these other active groups. 
CAMERA CLUB  Membership in the Camera Club is open to all students and
faculty members interested in photo-graphy.  The club has a completely
equipped darkroom where members may learn camera technique  and produce
quality pictures. A program of planned lectures on various phases of
photography as  well as several field trips to nearby points of interest
are offered each year. Students find Bellingham  and its environs a never
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Scholarship Society-BACK Row: Scott; Clark; Boroughs; Booman; Holland;
Farmer; Hansen;  Hammer; Hays; Booman, vice-pres.; Sanders. FRONT Row:
Tiffany, sec.; Sealander; Holeman, pres.;  Prather; Pearson; Thiessen; Mr.
Edward Arntzen, adviser.  Colheconomist Club-LEFT TO RIGHT: House, pres.;
Herrold, vice-pres.; Lief; Lundgren; McCormick,  sec.; Lennart; Thompson;
Piatt; McLane; Miss Linda Countryman and Mrs. Lucille Barron, advisers. 
SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY  Students who attain a 3.5 average for the last three
quarters in attendance and who have main-tained  a 3.3 over-all average are
eligible to join the membership of the Scholarship society. To pro-mote 
high scholastic ideals and to give recognition for academic achievements is
the purpose of this  club.  Initiation, a looked-for activity, is
celebrated by a banquet at the Leopold Hotel. Twelve stu-dents  were
initiated at the winter social affair, at  which Dr. W. W. Haggard was the
speaker.  COLHECONOMISTS CLUB  Winter quarter the college home economists
acted as co-hosts, for the home economics department  open-house and later
sponsored a waffle supper. Each spring the club holds a high school day for
all  county girls interested in college home economics.  Betty Felton,
Helen Piatt, Janneke Burhans, Madelyn House, and Dorothy McLane were
dele-gates  to the State Convention at the University of Washington.
Madelyn House and Myrna Adler  were delegates to the Northwest Regional
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BLUE TRIANGLE  Raising $500 for students in Europe was the goal of the Blue
Triangle, sponsors of the World  Student Fund. At Christmas the girls
packed a box for a needy Bellingham family. They also visited  the
orthopedic ward at St. Joseph's hospital, where they entertained the
spastic children. Keeping in time with their motto, "Self improvement," the
girls learned about clothing c a r e,  make-up technique, dating and
courtship. Social life for these busy girls consisted of membership and 
initiation teas.  PRESS CLUB  Press club was organized by the staffs of the
Klipsun and Collegian fall quarter so that they could  have a voice in
student activities. Thus far a mixer has been sponsored by the organization
as well as  the Northwest Intercollegiate Press conference. Six colleges of
the Northwest were represented at the  NIPCO this year, which was held on
the campus of WWC. Representatives gathered Thursday eve-ning,  Dec. 2,
1948, in the lounge to get acquainted. Friday the main meetings were held,
highlighted  by a banquet and dance at Fisherman's Cove.  Blue
Triangle-SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Aarstad, Favero, Young, Kellar, Niemela.
STANDING, LEFT  To RIGHT: Cochran, Yeend, Addington, Stocking, pres.  Press
Club-SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dickinson, pres.; Falknor; Wolf; Boe. STANDING,
LEFT TO  RIGHT: Golly; Gordon, sec.; Somers; Putnam; Frazee; Adams, treas.;
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COLLEGE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP  The purpose of College Christian Fellowship,
an affiliate of Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship, is  to reach their
fellows for Christ and to encourage one another. To this end  the group has
conducted  various types of activities, including Bible studies,
missionary, prayer, worship and evangelistic meet-ings  as well as sings.
Speakers have included local pastors, visiting missionaries, and students.
Socials  have taken the form of parties, a banquet, and a cruise.  UNITED
STUDENTS CHRISTIAN COUNCIL  The United Students Christian Council has set 
students with the churches of Bellingham and wi  and at the more formal
forums, discussions of basi  the Christian point of view. An international
coni  ers were foreign students from the U. of Wash. repr  up as its prime
goal the acquainting of college  th the programs of those churches. At the
firesides  ic problems are conducted, the approach being from  ference was
held in February and when the speak-resenting  their respective countries. 
College Christian Fellowship-BACK Row: Magnuson; Rairdon, pres. spring
quarter; Sundstrom;  Rahm, pres.; Morell; Clark; Compton; Smith. FRONT Row:
Titus, vice-pres.; Erickson, treas.;  Nymeyer; Leaf; Beck; James; Wilson;
Casteel; Johnson; Miss Hazel Breakey, adviser; Sealander.  United Students
Christian Council-STANDING: Mliss Sybil Tucker, counselor; Dr. Arthur C.
Hicks,  adviser; Messinger, vice-pres.; Case, treas.; Foster; Booman, pres.
FIRST Row: Roser; Stearns; Dr.  Keith Murray; Gillie; Oswald; Copland; Miss
Mira Booth; Miss Mildred Bartholomew. SECOND  Row: Pattison; Dr. Dougherty;
Munden; Waddilove; Dillon; Threlkeld. THIRD Row: Anderson;  Hoof;
Threlkeld. FOURTH Row: Knapp; Matson; Huntley; Bulman; Miss Hazel Plympton;
Brown.  FIFTH Row: Cochran, sec.; Wolf; Sealander; Laughlin; Shannon.  Page
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Poster Club-LEFT TO RIGHT: Maser; Compton,; Bell, sec.-treas.; Redmond,
pres.; Miss Miriam Peck, ad-viser;  Schaffert; Ludens, Ellington; French,
vice-pres.  Chess Club-BACK Row: Smith; Dr. Stewart Johnston, adviser;
Anderson; Collins; Bergh. FRONT Row:  Hubby, pres.; Larsen; Horman; Kuhns,
vice- pres.; Thiessen; Alexander; Mr. Harvey Gelder, adviser; Mc-  Fadden,
sec.; Hoof.  POSTER CLUB Formed this year, through the efforts of Bill
Radcliffe, the Poster Club has become recognized as  one of the important
and active service groups in school. A non-profit organization, it has as
its pur-pose  the task of improving poster standards of the school.  On
Tuesday, work night, refreshments. were enjoyed by  the small group. The
excellent posters  were displayed throughout the year on the special boards
put up by the club.  CHESS CLUB  The Chess club, one of the newest
additions to the campus, was formed ostensibly to permit chess  players and
would-be chess players to get together in competition. Under t h e able
direction of  President Hubby and Faculty Adviser Dr. Stewart Johnston,
informal meetings are held  the first  Monday in each month. Highlights of
the season were the highly contested Ladder and Point Tourna-ments 
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WWCOLLEGIAN  BACK Row: Cecil Thomas, Keith Stearns, Frances Frazee, Glenna
Hazeldine, Frank Adams, and Lex Milton.  FRONT Row: George Hess, Sharon
Knowles, Ray Flockoi, Molly Falknor, Peggy Boe, and Shirley Dickinson. 
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This year's Collegian staff changed editors half way through winter
quarter,  when George Dowd, editor, and his friend, Bruce Hannaford, news
editor, left for  Washington, D. C. Sophomore Cecil Thomas, a business
administration major,  took over ably as the new editor of the campus
weekly.  Copy editor Barbara Breazeaie left at Christmas to wed last year's
editor,  Vern Matthews, and was succeeded by Pat Somers. Another marriage
on the staff  was that of Arlene Slotemaker, business manager, who was
replaced by Alton  Magnuson.  Every Thursday afternoon the Wednesday
deadline stories were rushed down  to the printers in different loads, much
to the chagrin of Dick and Lee Cox, who  bore up nobly under the strain,
and even managed to have a joke on hand. The  page editors, Beverly Gordon,
Kathleen Golly, Glenna Hazeldine, Molly Falknor,  Frances Frezee, Keith
Stearns, Ken Forseth, George Hess, and  Lex Milton spent  hours every week
"down under" reading galley proofs, writing headlines, and set-ting up
pages. Much assistance came also from news staff writers Shirley
Dickin-son,  Sharon Knowles, Bobbie Cozza, Peggy Boe, and Frank Adams, who
transferred  to the University of Washington spring quarter. Gary Brandner
and Dorice Put-nam  were valued feature writers. Through the combined
efforts of the whole staff,  the WWCollegian arrived on the stand in the
main hall every Friday.  On the lighter side, were the many parties and
social gatherings throughout  the year. Probably the greatest headache and,
at the same time, greatest accomp-lishment  was the tenth annual
Publications Prom held February 19 in  the P.E.  building. In early spring
staff members and their friends enjoyed an all day cruise  around the San
Juan Islands.  Collegian Staff-SITTING, LEFT TO RIGH7 : Shirley Dickinson,
Nancy Merrick, Glenna Hazeldine,  Kathleen Golly, George Hess, Beverly
Gordon, Peggy Boe, Gary Brandner, Sharon Knowles and  Dorice Putnam.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Keith Stearns. Eileen Permain, Lex Milton, Pat
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Klipsun Staff-SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ray Fjellman, Mary Ann Bridges, Pat
Graves, Shirley Dickinson, Barbara Cozza, Nancy Merrick, Betty Zurschmiede,
Marjorie Bullman, Frank Adams,  Dorothy  Dahl and Mrs. Ruth Burnet,
adviser. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Theg Brown, Wendell  Brown, Bob
Safsten, and Joyce Munden.  These are the people who take complete
responsibility for the 1949 Golden  Anniversary Klipsun.  Ambitious,
energetic, hard-working Pearl Hofman wielded the whip as editor while
Phyllis Armstrong and her assistant Barbara Cozza managed the  business
angles. Bob Safsten, the all-purpose sports editor, also helped out in  all
other departments. Pat Graves, copy editor, was ably assisted by Shirley 
Dickinson, Ray Fjellman, Robin Geske, Frank Adams, Al Bianchini and Betty 
Zurschmiede. Joyce Munden was in charge of the activities section and
Dorothy  Dahl of the faculty section. Nancy Merrick successfully completed
the detailed  job of compiling. Mildred Peter served as secretary to the
editor and Margaret  Bullman was exchange editor. George Maser put in two
quarters conscientiously  doing a little bit of everything. Ably handling
the photography were Bernie Lepeska, Wendell Brown, and Tiny Thornton,
assisted by Ann Theg Brown and  Mary Ann Bridges. Herb Brame, who was with
the group fall quarter, is credited  with all the art work.  The staff took
time out in February to work on the annual Publications Prom  and the
events of the year were climaxed by the annual Publications banquet,  where
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Phyllis Armstrong, business manager  Photographers-LEFT TO RIGHT: Tiny
Thornton, Ber ni e George Maser and Bob Safsten, assistant editors 
Lepeska, Wendell Brown, Ann Theg Brown, and Marianne Bridges.  1949 KLIPSUN
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THE STUDENTS' HOME  ToP PICTURE: Edens Hall-SEATED: Ruth Soderstrom, 
vice-pres.; Dorothy Prather, sec.-treas. BACK Row:  Mary-Ann Oman; Dorothy
McLane, pres.; Barbara  Hodges, social chin.   BOTTOM PICTURE: Harborview
Hall-BACK Row:  Shirley Capper, vice-pres.; Viola Wittmer, winter quarter
pres.; Arlene Swanson, fall quarter pres.  FRONT Row: Alice Thompson,
treas.; Meredith Hess, vcie-pres.; June Danielson, sec.  ToP PICTURE:
Vikette-LEFT TO RIGHT: Marian  Oberkotter, pres.; Dorothy Strons,
sec.-treas.; Mae  Nelson, social chin.; Audrey Korhel, vice-pres.  BOTTOM
PICTURE:Senior Hall-BACK Row: Shirley  Harrison, vice-pres., and Alice
Robins, work chm.  FRONT Row: Charleen Webb, sec.-treas., and Miriam 
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AWAY FROM HOME  ToP PICTURE: Grants Hall-BACK Row: Bob  Silverman, Glade
Matheny, and Ned Baker.  FRONT Row: John F. Sutton, Al Ravnik, Don-ald 
Kallberg, and Jack Crogan.  BOTTOM PICTURE: Daniels Hall - LEFT TO  RIGHT:
Al Weber, vice-pres.; Wally Keehr,  pres.; Ronald Sutton; and Ralph Wood. 
ToP PICTURE: Henderson Hall-BACK Row: Harold  Dowd, Harold Kloes, and John
McLaughlin. FRONT  Row: Herb Van Cleve, Chuck O'dell, and Bud Hill.  BOTTOM
PICTURE: Men's Residence Hall-BACK  Row: Vernon Whitney, sergeant at arms;
John Hill,  sec.-treas.; Gene Johnson, social chm. FRONT Row:  Dixon Dahl,
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RIGHT: Adams Hall-LEFT TO' RIGHT: Dan Denton; Jack  Hetherington; Bud
Butler, sec.; Dick Robinson, and Don  McMullen, pres.  BELOW: Ensigns-LEFT
TO RIGHT: Bill  Whyte, Jack Smiley, and Laurence Wilson.  RIGHT:
Wisemans-LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Erickson, sec.;  Hank Rogers, treas.; Art
Goodfellow, vice-pres., and  Dick Krohn, pres.  ADAMS HALL  Bull sessions
are in order at Adams Hall, an organized house accommodating six boys.
Birth-days  are celebrated by dinners, which are pre-pared  by  the
housemother, Mrs. Pearl Stauffen-eker.  Don McMullen, their president, was
in the  cast of "The Hasty Heart." Quiet prevails at  Adams at this writing
as the only radio is broken.  ANN'S ATTIC  The five typical college men in
Ann's Attic  claim sleeping and card playing as their favorite 
occupations. Their favorite hobby is photo-graphy,  but all claim to be
amateurs. They con-tributed  a ski team member to Western's sports 
program.  CO-ED COTTAGE  These six girls are among the busiest and  most
active on the campus. Their social activi-ties  included Christmas and
Valentine parties,  a dinner, and a shower.  A box was sent to  Germaine,
the AWS orphan, and a Homecoming  display was erected. They do their own
cooking  but still find time to contribute three song lead-ers  and three
Blue Barnacles members to campus  activities.  DANIELS HALL  Daniels Hall
won the Homecoming display  cup the third time this fall, attaining
permanent  possession of the trophy. Their assembly skit  took second
place. The fellows wound up Home-coming  weekend by sponsoring their fall
fire-side.  Another was planned for spring quarter.  Keeping an eye on the
twenty-four men quart-ered  there was Miss Amber Daniels, who has been the
housemother for twenty years next fall.  EDENS HALL  Edens Hall girls began
the year by winning  the cup for the best Homecoming skit. Among  their
many Yuletide activities, they gave their yearly formal tea and reception
for the faculty.  Winter quarter, Edens held an open house, with  dancing
to the music of George Hankins band.  Each spring the upperclass girls
honor the frosh  with a Pansy breakfast, which the freshmen ac-knowledge 
with a Senior breakfast. Mothers'  weekend and the Golden Anniversary
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LEFT: Sleepy Hollow-BACK Row: Jim Bayne; Don Tyler;  Royal Barnett,
vice-pres.; Eric Hoglund, pres., and Bill  Thomtson. FRONT Row: Gordon
Ford, sec.; John O'Don-nell;  Wayne Krieder.  BELOW: Mathes  House-LEFT TO
RIGHT: Bob Hunt, pres.;  Earl Senn, sec.-treas.; Don Peterson; Ron
Rasmussen; Bob Schols, and Jack McLin.  LEFT: Ann's Attic-LEFT TO RIGHT:
Ken Flint, Clayton  Meiers, Desmond Oslin, Bill Stoner, and Wes Holeman. 
ENSIGNS  Besides the boys pictured, Bruce Symonds, Jack Mowler, and Duane
Anderson make their home  with the Ensign family. On spring and fall days
the boys play football on the street or receive tumbling  lessons from Don
Whyte on the lawn. Two Model A automobiles are usually parked in front of
this  house.  FOREST INN  Celebrating birthdays is a highlight at Forest 
Inn. Mrs. Axel Sundquist always makes a cake  and the honored guest
receives a humorous gift  from the group. Home atmosphere reigns at 250 
North Forest and the food deserves not one com- plaint.  The walk up the
hill to school takes from  five to twenty minutes, depending on the
com-pany. GRANTS HALL  Mrs. Caroline Tangvald is the house mother  for the
eight male students who live at Grants  Hall, 1453 Grant street. The boys
take turns do-ing  dishes, cleaning halls, and turning out other tasks.
Every Thursday night they go to mixed  recreation hour to play volley ball.
Spring quarter  a soft ball team was organized.  HARBORVIEW HALL  Sleeping
and eating are the hobbies of the  fifteen girls who live here. They do
their own  cooking and, therefore, claim that the food is  marvelous.
Bridge, which is played each evening,  and skiing, which is a favorite
sport, are part of  their social life. A big dinner is held each quarter 
and picnics were planned for spring.  HENDERSON  No. 1 Garden Terrace,
Henderson  Hall, is the  home of eight boys. Because they eat at either 
Edens or Men's Residence Hall, they participate  in the exchange dinners.
"Quiet down!" is the  popular phrase here and consequently most of  the
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LEFT: Co-ed Cottage-BACK Row: Gladys McCrorie,  Kay Beatty, and Lanny
Stone. FRONT Row: Earlene  Eby, sec.; Kay Lenihan, pres.; and Marion
Buerstatte.  ABOVE: Forest Inn-SEATED: Lora Casteel, and Caro-lyn 
Menaglia, reporter. STANDING: Babette Daniel,  reporter; Pat Hume, pres.,
and Alberta Stephens.  LEFT: Kulane-LEFT To RIGHT: Nancy Johnson,  treas.;
Helen Doumit, pres.; Glenna Hazeldine, re-porter;  Frances Harcus, and
Donna Anderson, sec.  HOSPICE INN  A 2.7 grade point average is credited to
the twenty-five boys who live at Hospice Inn. Their social  affairs include
a Christmas dinner, a house party at the Cedar Chest, and a stag picnic.
Basketball and  softball teams were organized for intramural competition.
Their Homecoming display was favorably  viewed by many. In fact, Hospice
can claim activity in all campus affairs.  KEEFE HALL  Keefe Hall, 611 Oak
streets, is the home of  four college students. Their dean is Mr. Olslager,
 who is 92 years of age and a former WWC regis-trar.  Tinkering with the
three cars occupies most  of their spare time. Nice scenery and good chow
are listed as advantages at Keefe Hall. Two boys  are preparing for full
time church work.  KLUANE Newly organized last fall, "Kluane" boasts  the
brightest orange fire-escape in Bellingham.  Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Blessing
have done a wonder-ful  job as housemother and housefather to the  sixteen
enthusiastic co-eds housed 'neath its roof.  Knitting argyles seemed to be
a year-round oc-cupation  along with gab- fests and some studying.  One of
the highlights of spring quarter was the  hay-ride and beach party to
Fisherman's Cove.  MATHES HOUSE  Social life for the twenty fellows at
Mathes  included three parties, which were held at the  Cedar Chest. The
house was well represented in  all major sports. Hobbies include tinkering
with  Charles Lehman's ham radio, and photography.  Playing pinochle is a
favorite pastime, as well as  viewing the beautiful sunsets from the ba y 
windows.  MEN'S RESIDENCE HALL Housing 85 of the men at WWC, Men's 
Residence Hall, just two years old, sponsors an  informal fireside  each
quarter, and the fellows  exchange dinners frequently with Edens Hall.  MRH
was well represented in all the varsity and  intramural sports. Mrs. Nell
MacGregor was the  housemother again this year, and officers are  newly
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RIGHT: Ulcer Inn-LEFT TO RIGHT: Chuck  Keaton, Bob Anderson, Ray Otten, and
Jerry  Moore.  RIGHT: Keefe Hall-LEFT TO RIGHT: Norval  Peterson, pres.;
Erwin Knapp, sec.; Chuck  Messinger, vice-pres., and Gene Nye, treas. 
SENIOR HALL  Senior Hall enjoyed a very active year. One of the highlights
was the annual barn dance held  during winter quarter. Many other parties
were also held. The Hall is proud of Barbara Butler, who  was chosen as the
Prom Princess and a Homecoming princess, and Alice Robbins,  who was also a
 Homecoming princess.  SLEEPY HOLLOW  This house on Twenty-first street
accommo-dates  seven college students. Sleeping is a com-mon  practice;
therefore, the name. A saxophone  can be heard, however, at most any time
of the  day or night, as Gordon Ford practices for the  pep band. Royal
Barnett is their contribution to  the football team.  ULCER INN  Four boys
make their  home with Mrs.  Beyer and her daughter. They ski and play
ten-nis  on weekends. Birthdays are celebrated by  parties, at which angel
food cakes are served.  These boys are very active in school affairs,  and 
earned special thanks from the publications staffs  for their help with the
Prom decorating. VIKETTE  At Vikette live eight girls who are active in 
social life and athletics. They had a house din-ner winter quarter and they
celebrate each birth-day.  Bowling at the Twentieth Century alleys,  hiking
up Sehome, swimming, and skiing are  sports in which they participate. 
WISEMANS  Playing cribbage, pinochle, and poker is the  favorite hobby at
Wisemans, 821 Indian street.  As nearly every fellow has a car,
transportation  presents no problems. The mascots, which are  pictured,
belong to the children who live in the  down stairs apartment.  Page
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Classes

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1948 Senior President, Bill Wilder, places class marker

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F ROM the time a young and eager freshman enters Western Washington
Col-lege  until he leaves, a matured college graduate, he learns of the
traditions  that are Western's. Memories are not just of lectures, labs,
term papers, cramming,  and finals, but are also of Tuesday assemblies,
Thursday teas, Friday Collegians,  and daily sessions in the lounge.
Students reminisce about the class mixers, "please"   signs on the lawn,
intramural games at four, varsity turnouts, and the race to an  eight
o'clock.  Music students will remember the choir and band tours, while
science,  home economics, and geography students recall enjoyable field
trips. Student  teaching, where theory becomes practice, is a memorable
twenty-four credit hours.  Other happy memories are of Homecoming, where
freshmen organize against the fire-building sophomores, and Campus Day,
when classes are legally skipped  and faculty and students picnic at
Whatcom Falls park.  Then the immediate goal-graduation, the climax of four
years of achieve-ments.  Here tradition again steps in . . . Your president
places the four years'  history in a sealed  box in Class Walk and covers
it with a block of shining white  stone . . You march down the front steps
for the last time as an under-graduate.  ... Your college days are over .
.. Only your memories remain. We Live and Learn ...

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Future Home Makers Plan Color Schemes for Art 101

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Degree Students-LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur Dorcy, Jean Mideke, Lyle Messinger
and Mary Davis. GRADUATE STUDENTS  The graduate school, although it has
been recently formed, has set high standards for admission and the granting
of the degree of master of education.  A candidate must be a student with a
baccalaureate degree and at least one  year of successful teaching
experience. Other qualifications which are considered  are the academic
record, professional experience, general ability as measured by  standard
aptitude tests, ability to define his goal and plan a program of study, 
general maturity and professional promise.  Requirements for the degree of
master of education are forty-five quarter  hours of graduate credit, at
last three quarters in residence, required courses in  education, a field 
project or theses, a grade average of B, and approval in ad-vance  for all
courses taken in the candidate's graduate program.  As Western Washington
College enters its second fifty years the division of  graduate study will
offer increasing opportunities to the young people of the region.  Page
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Senior Class Officers-Wally Keehr, pres., and Arlene Swanson, sec.-treas.
Ted  Gary, vice-pres., is not pictured. He was replaced for spring quarter
by John  Terry, as Gary began his teaching career.  SENIOR CLASS  The
Senior class members of 1949 contributed much to the success of WWC's 
Fiftieth Anniversary celebration. Even though student teaching kept them
busy,  they proved to be full of vim and vigor when activities called them.
Stuart Van  Wingerden and Margaret Lutro were co-chairmen of the successful
Barn Dance,  with Bill Radcliffe furnishing the decorations. Seniors and
their guests danced to  the music of George Hankins and his orchestra.  "As
we Seniors prepare to leave college it is toward the future that our 
thoughts, plans, and dreams are directed. It behooves the Class of 1949,
however,  -the Golden Anniversary Class-to take more than a casual,
over-the-shoulder  glance at the past half century here at the College. In
so doing, we gain in some  measure a realization of how progress goes
forward one step at a time, each gain  being built on the efforts and
achievements of those who have gone before.  "So we leave with a sense of
deep appreciation to our predecessors-students,  faculty, trustees, all who
have had a part in bringing us the Western Washington  College as it is
today and in turn the opportunities and experiences that have been  ours. 
"We hope that we, too, have added a share; that in time and in terms of our
 achievements, 1949 will be known as a vintage year."  WALLACE KEEHR Senior
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Harold Backstrom Albert Bianchini Lyle Bickford  Bellingham; Norse-
Concrete; N o r s e- Bellingham; ACE.  men. men; Klipsun.  Maa ergtailr
re~t namBi nzer Herbert Boroughs Jack Britton Df .1).. fbC,I,I .t'l Gfl'Ub,
I)D J ^Ltf~t.  Laverne Brockmier  Winslow; Board of  Control; Executive 
Council; Norsemen;  Pres.  Frosh Class.  Jack Burrell  Manchester;
Base-ball;  Norsemen.  Maridean Bromley  Sumas; WRA. Russell E. Clark 
Omak; Scholarship  Society; CCF, Sing  Leader.  Stanley Brown  Burlington;
MRH, Pres., R e p orte r.  Sgt. at Arms; In-tramural.  Lorraine Cochrane 
Seattle  Belling am',I,; c , -  arship Society ;  Camera Club; IRC  Wendell
Brown  Ash Grove, Mo.;  Camera Club; Klip-sun.  Francis Gory Bellingham; S
k i  Club; 1948 Asso-ciate  Feature Edi-tor,  WWCollegian.  Dick Burrell 
Manchester; 1948  Sports Editor.  WWCollegia n;  Baseball.  Cara Lee Curry 
Bellingham; Trans-fer  from University  of  Washington.  Page eighty-four 
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Dixon Dahl Fred M. De Bruler Marie L. Deneui Albert J. De Young Jim
Erickson  Everett; Camera Montesano; AS B, Bellingham; WRA; Lynden; Choir;
Vancouver; Norse-  Club, Pro gram Vice Pres. A WS; ACE. Norsemen. men;
Track.  Chm.; Norsemen.  Owen Forbes  Bellingham.  Kathleen Golly
Bellingham; Klip-sun,  Associate Edi-tor;  WWCollegian,  Society Editor;
Col-heconomists.  Charles Hayes  Bellingham; Norse-men.  Thornton M. Ford 
Bellingham; I R C;  SSSA; "I Remem-ber  Mama." John Graham  Vancouver, B.
C.;  Norsemen; W Club.  Clyde Hayes  Bremerton; S k i  Club; ACE; Norse-
men.  Bonnie Jo Forhan  Seattle; Trans-fer  from University  of Washington.
 Dorothy E. Hamilton Seattle; ACE; Blue  Triangle.  Virgil G. Heimberger 
Bellingham; G o lf;  Radio.  Kathy Freeman  Battle Ground;  A WS.  Ted E.
Gary  Hoquiam; ICC,  Pres.; Junior Class,  Pres.; Who's Who  in American C
o l-leges  and Univer-sities.  P'ereded 4V B"~4aeYr ,  j"ui 2  Page
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Doris M. Hoag  Evans; Blue Tri-angle;  AWS Com-mission.  Marian D. Inge 
Bellingham; Choir;  WRA; AWS.  Eugene W. Johnson  La Conner.  William Kem 
Blaine; Norsemen.  Kathlyn Hodde  Kennewick; Trans-fer  Student from  Bob
Jones College.  Cleveland. T e n n.;  USCC; CCF, Soc-ial  Chm.; ACE. Mary
Ellen Jensen  Friday Harbor;  WRA; AWS.  Robert K. Johnson  Mount Vernon; 
Transfer from Mt. Vernon Jr. College;  Intramural.  Russell Hoppe 
Bellingham.  Clifford Johnson  Ferndale.  Halldor Karason   Blaine; ASB,
Pres.;  Scholarship Society.  Richard Howell  Seattle; SSSA;  ACE.  Clifton
Johnson Ferndale.  Jerry Karnofski  Longview; F oot -  ball; Baseball; W 
Club; Norsemen.  Lois King Kent Edgar King Kenneth Krogh  Shelton: S e n i
o r Bellingham. Lake Stevens; In-  Hall, Pres.; WRA, mural Basketball, 
Vice Pres.; Valky- Baseball. and Swim-rie.  ming, Mgr.  Leonard Hudson 
Bellingham; Schol- arship  Society;  Camera Club.  Edgar Johnston 
Bellingham.  Wallace W. Keehr  Seattle; Senior  Class. Pres.; Dan-iels 
Hall, Pres.; W  Club.  Gil Kugel  Skykomish; Yell  Leader.  Page
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Howard O. Lane  Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Harold MacDermott  Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Marian Oberkotter  S e a t t l  e; Transfer  from University of 
Washington; ACE;  WRA; IRC.  Jay Law  Sumas; CCF; Sk i  Club. Bernice S.
Millar  Sedro - Woolley;  Who's Who in  American Colleges  and
Universities;  Valkyrie; WWCol-legian,  editor.  Allan Orrenmaa 
Bellineham.  Alice M. Larson  Bellingham; Civic  Chorus; Graduate  of
College of Edu-cation  of Southern  Idaho.  Roberta Murray  Stevenson;
Valky-rie;  WRA. Leonard P. Lillibridge  Wakefield, R h o d e  Island;
Ass't Bas-ketball  Manager.  Albert Nason  Shelton; Track.  Margaret J.
Lutro  Mount Vernon;  Blue Triangle,  Pres.; Valkyrie;  ACE; Publications
Representative.  Margery Ness  Bellingham; WRA,  Social Co-C hair -  man;
ACE; Home-coming Princess.  Louis Orth  Aberdeen  Suda Jeanne Owen Guerd G.
Pagels Harold Partlow  Bellingham; "Corn  Sedro - Woolley; Bellingham; W 
Is, Green"; "Dear ASB, Pres.; Schol- Club; Football;  Ruth"; "I Remem- 
arship Society; The Baseball.  ber Mama"; Choir. Writer.  1 yo f .ba1~! 
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Ray L. Phillips  Seattle; ACE;  Track.  William Rairdon  Bellingham; CCF, 
Vice Pres. and  Treas.  Ruby Rodgers  Roc k Island, Ill.;  "I Remember
Ma-ma";  WRA.  Gloria Dee Pinard  Olympia; Camera  Club, Sec.-Treas.; 
WWCollegian, Fea-ture  Editor and  Society Editor.  Charlotte Reeck 
Bellingham; Colhe- conomists,  C l ub ;  WRA Cabinet; Ski  Club.  Charles
H. Rogers  Sumner; Norsemen.  Wilbur M. Price Snohomish.  Merlin A. Reeck 
Bellingham; S k i  Club.  Thomas (Jack) Ross  Carbonado; B a s -  ketball. 
 Bill Radcliffe  Bellingham;  Club; Poster  Pres.  Ski  Club,  Eugene E.
Regan  Marysville.  LeRoy Rowand  Lindenwold, N e w  Jersey.  Donald
Rairdon  Bellingham; CCF.  Babette L. Rockey  Bellingham;  ACE;  WRA; AWS. 
Gordon Sanstad  Minneapolis, Minn.;  IRA, Pres.; Dele-gate  to Pacific 
Northwest College  Congress, PNCC  Committee Chm.  Robert Sarvis Thomas E.
Scott L. Edward Sheldon Jack Sinclair Norma E. Stout  Sumas. Deming;
Scholar- Olympia. Sedro-Woolley. Mount Vern on ;  ship Society. Choir. 
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Willard Stradley Janet Sundeen Shirley Swank Arlene Swanson Mary Ann
Teichroew  Hamilton, Montana.  Blue Triangle, Sec. CCF, Sec.; Girls
Bellingham; A WS, S e a t t l e; Valkyrie.  Nonnette; ACE. Vice Pres.;
Valkyrie; WRA; Ski Club.  Colheconomists.  Ann Theg Brown  Seattle, SSSA,
Sec.;  Camera Club; ACE.  Donald Walton  Bellingham.  Viola Wittmer  Lodi,
Calif.; Choir.  Marion Thornton  Blanchard; Football;  Camera Club, Pres.; 
"Hasty Heart"; Klip-sun.  Ted White  Burlington.  Harvey Wright  Upland,
Calif.  Dell Van Rooy  Pacific Beach; ACE.  Lloyd Williams  Arlington; ACE;
In-tramural;  Norsemen. Willis Wright  Bellingham, I R C,  Treas.  Sidney
Van Sinderen  Bellingham; W Club.  Robert Hart Seattle.  S. Van Wingerden 
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS- Esther Mjoen, Secretary; Art  Runestrand, President;
and Cliff McCullem, Vice President.  JUNIORS  The Junior class really
proved to be full of spirit and enthusiasm. They are responsible for the
birth of "Vic the Vik." Barbara Cozza and frosh Lois French  are to be
congratulated on  our new mascot. David Quam is to be credited with the 
maintenance of Vic. Grover Ledbetter headed the  committee which sponsored 
the Rec-hour dance, while Charlie Borden undertook supervision of the Pep
Rally  and Serpentine. WWC's first attempt at card stunts was the work of
Barbara  Breazeale and Phil Hansen. Jean Seelye and Gerry Dillon designed
the Homecom-ing  window display. June McKinney produced that fine Junior
talent show. Spring  activities included the salmon bake and Junior Prom. 
They are justly proud of football players, Capt. Lindbloom, Currier,
Clayton,  Poe, Gayda, Niegemann and Yonlick; and of maple court men, T.
Green, Starr and  Slovek. Many baseball, track, tennis and golf stars are
members of this class.  Their many beautiful girls are familiar to
Homecoming and Prom attenders. Club activities claim extra curricular
points for many juniors.  This year they had their first experiences as
teachers and as they progress  they have a brighter vision of the days
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Frank Adams  Press C l u b, Treas.;  Norsemen.  James R. Beasley  Lyman;
Sophomore  Class Pres.; ICC.  Joseph A. Borek  Hoquiam; W Club;  Varsity
Basketball;  Intramural Baseball.  Beverlee Burnaby Seattle; WRA, Sec.; 
Blue Triangle, Pres.  Phyllis R. Armstrong  Seattle; Klipsun  Business M a
n a g e r;  Board of Control;  Homecoming C o -  Chm.; Who's Who  in
American Colleges  and Universities. Harold F. Biggs  South Colby; Ski  C l
ub ; Intramural  Manager; Norsemen.  Barbara Breazeale Matthews  Olalla;
SSSA, S e c.;  IRC, Treas.; WW-Collegian;  Business  Manager.  Bovd O.
Burton Keyport; Norsemen.  Howard B. Anderson Donna Anderson  South B en d,
Pa.; Silverdale.  IRC Vice Pres. 48-  49, Sec. 47-48; CCF.  Don Bingham 
Bellingham.  Howard Breivik  Bellingham; Norse-men;  W  Club; Foot-ball. 
Miriam Anderson  Friday Harbor; Sen-ior  Hall, Pres.; Val-kyrie,  Treas.
and Sec. Roderick Bain  Vancouver;  Club; Ski  Norsemen.  Evelyn Bingham
Keith Booman Chuck Borden Seattle; AWS: B l u e Lynden; Scholarship
Montesano.  Triangle; ACE. Society.  Edward J. Brown George R. Brown 
Bellingham; C o p y Port Orchard.  Editor, WWColleg-ian;  Feature Writer,
WWCollegian.  Charles R. Bryant Pearl Jo Campbell Marvin L. Capps 
Vancouver; Ski Club. Tango, North  D a - Tacoma.  kota: Assistant Soc-ial 
Director at Edens  Hall; AWS.  Camera  Club;  Ralph Wm. Brown  Bellingham;
"I Re-member  Mam a" ;  "The Hasty Heart";  Norsemen.  Henry H. Cassity
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Bettyjane Christie  Bellingham; Valkyrie;  Canterbury C l ub ;  Klipsun, C
o - Editor  of Art.  Fred L. Clogston Archie Conley  Buckley; Camera Cheney
 Club; IRC; Ski Club.  Thomas Conley  Cheney Barbara Cozza  Bellingham;
Valkyrie;  '48 Klipsun Business  Manager; Ski Club.  Janet Craig  Hoquiam;
Blue Tri-angle;  ACE.  Mary Jean Cummings Frank Curtin  Anacortes; W RA ;
Bellingham;  AWS; ACE. men.  Doreen Dangerfield Edith Dangerfield  Norse-
Port Angeles; WRA; Port Angeles; WRA;  A WS. A WS.  Rose Mary Dewar
Geraldine Dillon  Bellingham; 0 ff f- Bellingham; 0 f f -  Campus Women,
Campus Women;  Pres.; ICC; Klipsun. WRA; ACE.  Robert Ellington  Des
Moines.  Gordon M. Ford Kenneth A. Flint  Lummi Island; Band; Custer  Pep
Band.  Anna Engler  Ferndale;  A WS.  Raymond H. Frisbie Spokane.  Roy 0.
Ericcson  WRA; Bellingham; Ski  Club, Pres.  Frank M. Gayda  Hoquiam; W
Club; Norsemen.  Margaret Erickson  Bellingham.  Donald Hammer  Bellingham.
 Jean Fehlhaber  Bellingham; 0 f f -  Campus Women;  WRA; ACE.  John C.
Hanford  Mount Vernon;  Transfer from Skagit  Valley Jr. College.  Page
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Philip A. Hansen  Bellingham.  Eddie Hickenbottom  Enumclaw; W Club. 
Margaret Hulbert  Aberdeen Blue Tri-angle;  Camera Club;  ACE.  Beverly
Hanson  Poulsbo; WRA; WW-Collegian,  Women's  Editor; Girls' Non-ette. 
Jeanne Hinthorne  Alderwood M a n o r;  WRA, Cabinet;  String Quartet; Band
 String Quartet;  Band; Orchestra;  Choir.  Patricia Hume  Seattle; WRA; 
Club.  Ski  Frances Harris  Everett. Wes Holeman  Blaine; Scholarship 
Society, Pres.  Bob W. Hunt  Houston, Texas  Shirley Harrison James Hays 
Sedro-Woolley; A WS. Bellingham.  Treasurer; S e n i or  Hall, Vice Pres.; 
Valkyrie.  Frank  B. Honsinger  Kirkland; Ski Club.  Bessie James 
Bellingham; B o a r d  of Control; CCF.  Madelyn House  Allendale, Mo.;
Col-heconomists,  P r e s.;  Off-Campus W o m -  en, Vice-Pres.; ICC,
Secretary.  Gene A. Johnson  Seattle; Transfe  from Olympic Jr.  College. 
Meredith Hess  Seatt l e; Valkyrie;  Choir.  Roger L. Hubbard  Pullman;
MRH,  Pres.; Norsema n;  Camera Club.  Grace F. Johnson   Ferndale;
Transfer  from Bethel College,  St. Paul, Minn.;  CCF; Nonette;
Col-heconomist.  Neil M. Johnston William Kearns Joanne Knowles Morrie
Knutzen Audrey Korhel Barbara M. Lamp  Sutherland, Nebras- Bellingham; B
and ; Seattle; AWS, Vice- Bellingham; WWCol- Seattle; Ski C l ub ;
Arlington; Transfer  ka; Orchestra; IRC, Norsemen; Choir. Pres.; Valkyrie,
Vice- legian. A C E; Off-Campus f r o m State College  Treas.; SSSA; "I Re-
Pres.; Homecoming Women. of Washington.  member Mama." Program Committee. 
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Harriet Ruth Lang  Sedro - Woolley;  WRA, Pres.; Val-kyrie;  WRA,
Sec-retary.  Lloyd W. Magruder Everett.  Joan McClane  Kasilof, Alaska. 
Betty McLeod  Bellingham; 1 9 4  Klipsun Editor,  AWS Commission; 
Off-Campus Wom-en.  David A. Langdon  Vancouver, B. C.;  Swimming; Norse-m 
e n; Intramural  Baseball and Bas-ketball.  James Maloney  Buffalo, N. Y.; 
IRC.  Clifford Mctullem  P or t Townsend;  Norsemen's C l u b  Vice Pres.;
Junior  Class, Vice Pres.  Lynn Medley  Aberdeen; WR A; ACA; Off-Campus 
Women.  Howard K. Larson  Bellingham; Home-coming  Parade  Committee Co-
Chairman.  Elva Lynne Marmon  Bellingham; Civic  Orchestra; Choir.  Barbara
M. Mclnnes  Richmond Beach;  Valkyrie, Pres.;  Sophomore C l a s s,  Sec.-
Treas.  Clayton Meiers  Blaine; Golf.  Grover Ledbetter  Ne w Castle,
Indi-ana;  Camera Club,  Sec.-Treas.; Norse-men.  Wesley Martinsen
Bellingham.  Bernard McIntosh  Bellingham.  Nancy Merrick  Bellingham; Off
-  Campus Women,  Treas.;  K lipsun  St aff Compiling  Editor; Profile,
As-sistant  Editor.  Shirley Lindstrom  Richmond Beach;  Ski Club, Sec.; 
WRA, Sports Chin.  Charles H. Matthews  Bellingham.  June McKinney 
Everett.  Bette Ruth  Merz  Bremerton; Trans-fer  from Pacific  Lutheran
College.  Al Magnuson  Bellingham; C C F,  Contact Chairman;  WWCollegian,
Ad-vertising  Manager;  Social Science Club,  Treasurer.  Ava M. McArthur
Edmonds; WWCol-legian,  Feature  Writer; Blue Barn-acles;  AWS.  Dorothy
McLane  Sequim; Valkyrie;  AWS Commission;  Blue Triangle,  Treasurer.  Wm.
F. Meyer  Hoquiam; N o r s e-men;  Intramural. Page ninety-four

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George F. Miller  Sedro-Woolley.  Edward N. Nelson  Ferndale; Camera  Club.
 Mary Ann Oman  Monroe;  E d e n s  Hall, Social Chm.;  ACE, Treas.  Larry
Prigg  Bellingham.  Esther Marie Mjoen  E as t Stanwood;  ACE, Sec.; Junior
 Class, Sec.-Treas.;  Valkyrie, Treas.  Clarence Ness  Gold B a r; Sopho-
more  Class, Vice  Pres.  Beverly Parker  Puyallup; Transfer  from Lower
Colum-bia  Jr. College, Longview; ACE.  Joyce N. Quinlan  Puyallup; Blue 
Triangle, T r e a s.;  WRA; ACE.  Thorleif Mohn  D eming.  Volney Newell 
Blaine.  Jean E. Paton  Kirkland; CCFF  Social Chm.; ACE;  A WS.  Elizabeth
A.  Rank  Bellingham; WRA;  Off-Campus Wom-en;  Band.  Bill Morton 
Bellingham; Board  of Control.  Bob Niegemann  Sultan; W Club.  Donald S.
Peterson  Burlington; Ca m-era  Club.  Loren A. Rankin Bellingham; AC E,  P
r e s. Norsemen;  ICC.  Earl N. Myre  Silverdale; Norse-men.  Lawrence J.
Nordby Ferndale; Ski Club;  ACE.  Dale Pierson  Technical Director  Divison
of Drama.  Catherine A. Red-mond Bellingham; B l u e  Barnacles, Vice 
Pres.; Bowling  League, Chm.  Loyd M. Myrvang  Poultsbo. Mildred Norton 
Figard, Ore g o n;  ACE; IRC; Trans-fer  f r o m Willam-ette  Univ., Salem,
 Oregon.  Tom J. Poe  Bellingham; Foot-ball.  Alice Robbins  Oma k;
Valkyrie;  Senior Hall, Sociai  Chm.; Board of Control.  Page ninety-five

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James Roberts  Bellingham; Norse-men.  Ruth Soderstrom  Stanwood; A WS, 
Pres. and Sec.;  Edens Hall, Vi c e-  Pres.  Alice Smith  Bellingham; 
Off-Campus  en.  ACE;  Wom-  Norma Jean Swan Bellingham; Valky-rie; 
Quartet; Or-chestra.  Pauline E. Roser  Gresham, Oregon;  ACE, Pres.; Blue
Triangle, Publicity  Chm.; Board of  Control.  Sophia E. Schaffert 
Silverdale; W R A;  Camera Club. Gordon E. Smith  Seattle; Norsemen,  Pres.
 Earl K. Swanson  Bellingham; Norse-men;  Radio.  Leroy Rowand  Bellingham.
 Carl Schultz  Chehalis; Ski Club.  Marglen Sneddon  Port Angeles;  WRA;
AWS. Margaret Symonds  Anacortes.  Annette L. Ruggles  Seattle; SSSA,
Re-corder.  Geralyn L. Shannon Lynden; ACE,  Treas.; Colhecono-mists;  CCF.
 Heine Sorensen  Seattle; Norsemen  Commission; Intra- mural  Sports. 
Stanton Thompson  Bellingham; Sk i  Club.  Arthur Runestrand  Bellingham; I
C C,  Pres.;  Junior Clasi  Vice-Pres.  Jean F.. Seelye  Lynden; Blue
Tri-angle,  Pres.; AWS,  Treas.; Valkyrie. Shirley Stamatis  Vancouver, B.
C.;  Blu e Barnacles;  WRA; AWS.  Kenneth Thiessen  Scholarship Society; 
Chess Club.  Margaret Sanstad  Minneapolis, Minn.;  Student W i v e s, 
Pre-School Group Chm.; Coheconom-ists.  Hugh Slagle  San Francisco,
Cal-ifornia.  John E. Sundstrom  Ferndale.  Phyllis Threlkeld  Bellingham;
"T h e  Corn Is Green";  "I Remember Ma-ma";  "Dear Ruth"  Script Girl. 
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Willard Threlkeld  Bellingham; USCC;  Choir.  Jerry Waddell  Bellingham; W
W -  Collegian; Nors e-men;  Intramural.  Donna Jo Westall  J o y c e;
Valkyrie;  ACE.  Ralph L. Wood  Des Moines; Norse-men. Jess F. Toth  New
Castle, Pa.;  Camera Club;  Young Democrats.  Marylu Wakefield  Aberdeen;
Transfer  from Grays Harbor  College; WRA;  ACE; Off-Campus  Women.  Gloria
Wilson  Milwaukie, Oregon, Transfer from Wil-lamette  U.; CCF;  ACE; IRC. 
Patricia C. Wright  Tillamook, Oregon;  "She Stoops to Conquer"; C h o i r;
 Valkyrie.  Winton P. Tripp  F o r t Lauderdale,  Florida.  Sharon Wallace 
Tacoma; Blue Tri-angle;  WRA; Prom  Princess '46.  Leslie Wilson  Seattle;
Basketball.  George Yonlick  Seattle; W Clu b;  Football.  Edward Turek 
Connecticut;  era Club.  Beverly Walser  Bellingham  Jesse Winders Elma;
ACE, Pub-licity;  Yell Leader;  Norsemen, C o m -  mission.  Charles K.
Zamzow  Everson; Baseball;  Track; ACE.  Cam-  Zoe Underwood  Buckley; W RA
;  Blue Triangle;  Edens Hall, Social Chm.  H. L. Walser  Bellingham. 
Helga Raun  Bucker Hill, Ore.  Dorathy Young  Edmonds; C ol h e- conomists,
 S e c. -  Treas; ACE, Vice-  Pres.  Warren S. Vine  Bellingham;
Intra-mural  Sports;  Transfer  from  WSC.  Stellarae Waterhouse  Chimacum;
WRA,  Manager; AWS.  Jean Raynes  Seattle.  Elwood Sundstrom  Ferndale. 
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SOPHOMORES  SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Jean Sealander, Secretary;  Gerald
Salsgiver, Vice President; Helen Piatt, Treasurer;  President Jack Miller
is not pictured.  The sophomore class of 1948-49  entered the year in
anticipation of a year of  activity and service to the school, socially,
scholastically and  athletically.  Among our prized athletes are the
football men, Dave Smith, Fones, Stewart,  Frazier, Richardson, Scoll,
Cline, McStott, Breveik, and award winner Sals-giver.  During the winter
season we cheered as soph members Scott, T. Oswald,  Whitney, Stan
Peterson, Stephan and Cline made basketball history. Spring  sports claimed
the attention of several classmates, of whom we are justly proud.  Socially
speaking the class sponsored a fall all-school mixer and in the spring 
held a successful picnic. Delores York, our contribution to the
baton-twirling  lovelies, was chosen as Homecoming Queen and reigned over
the big weekend.  Lee Eby, Marilyn Rimpler, Kay Lenihan, Ralph Brown and
Jesse Winders, repre-sented  our class as pep leaders. Many sophomores are
very active in the choir and band. Seven class members are in the
Scholarship Society and other clubs have ex-cellent  sophomore
representation.  As the sophomore class members step up another rung in the
scholastic ladder,  they leave a void to be filled by future classes. These
sophomores of the future  will be able to take part in the ever expanding
program which the college is plan-ning  as it enters its second fifty
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FIRST PICTURE, BACK Row: Sidney Vos, Don George, Don Nelson, George Rudes,
Mrs. George Rudes, Paul  Harrington, George Earl, Don Sayan, Ronald Sutton.
FRONT Row: Dorothy Prather, Stanley  Martell, Dick  Robison, Ron Shearer,
Bill Baron, Larry Kucera, George Maser, Keith Stearns.  SECOND PICTURE,
BACK Row: Richard Bell, Lewis Bradburn, Bill Baker, Edward Hickenbottom,
Robert Rodenberger, Bob Peach, Robert Wakelam, Betty Stewart, Robert Mills.
FRONT Row: Stan Reynolds, Pearl  Hofman, Marilyn Lennart, Arlene
Slotemaker, Doris Pauls, Junette Jacoby, Lee Eby, Marillyn Rimpler.  THIRD
PICTURE, BACK Row: James Thurston, James  Smith, Jerry Waddell, Carl
Lindell, John  Sigurdson,  Dorothy Thun, Marjorie Chandler, Lucille
Ritchie,  Walker, Bernard Mathes, Thomas Maloney, James  Robert Safsten.
FRONT Row: John Doyle, Bryce Tilton,  Robert Pinnell, Desmond Oslin. 
FOURTH PICTURE, BACK Row: Bob Love, Bob Collins, June Danielson, Rowland
Hill, Marion Nattrass, Tom  Oswold, Mary Ann Call, Norman Wefer, John Hill.
FRONT Row: Frank Knight, Joe Gloman, Delores Fin-nie,  Sigrid Julin,
Richard Ravenhorst, Jeannine King, Arne Hanna, George Hanowell.   Page
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Tor PICTURE, BACK Row: Robert King, Earl True, .lames A. Smith, Neil Leque,
Loren Rankin, Richard Valentine, Barbara Simonson, Donn Larsen. FRONT Row:
Al Pearson, Jo Ann Steinbrunner, Dick Sanders,  David Orser, Flora Kirby,
LeRoy Hoehne, Mary Lou Borchardt, Lorna Stocking.  SECOND PICTURE, BACK
Row: John Pill, Joanne Sylten, Bill Wyatte, Bob Hulbert, Theodora Brown,
Joan  A. Brown, Robert Scoll, Yvonne West, Gilbert Stewart. FRONT Row: Mary
Herrold, Gerald Salsgiver, Janneke Burhans, Joe Bulmer, Marianne Bridges,
Chuck Brown, lone Johnson, Arnold Bowsher.  THIRD PICTURE, BACK Row: John
Abrams, Robin Geske, Kenneth Poore, Donald Davis, Pat Bornstein, Bili
Diambri, Janet Harris, Herb Harriman, Bob Cline. FRONT Row: Clarence
Anderson, Geraldine Zankich, Lois  Kilander, Lyle Daniel, Gertrude Baker,
Jack McStott, Dorothy Dahl, Bob Robertson.  LOWER PICTURE, BACK Row:
Patricia Boysen, Maxine Axelson, Wesley Bailey, Mary Lou Thomas, Violet
Ries, Roberta Blekkink, Leslie Johnson, Marion McCormick, Lesley Case.
FRONT Row: Carl Cary, Janice  Davis, Bernard Dorcy, Helen Doumit, Zona
Daverin, Robert Bartholick, June Carrick, Glenn Bergh.   Page one hundred

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Tor PICTURE, BACK Row: Al Harris, Kay Beatty, John Winter, Elizabeth
Johnson,. Jeraine Lloyd, Lorna Smith, Fred Erickson, Gladys Carlsen, Roy
Peterson. FRONT Row: Charlotte Ellis, Jane Blake, Perry Cran-dell, 
Patricia Beck, Genevieve Phipps, Bob Lenning, Marion Buerstatte, Patricia
Campbell. SECOND PICTURE, BACK Row: Herbert Ambrosius, Don Campbell, George
Kern, Donald Geijsbeek, Frank  Koepping. James LaFond, Wayne Flaherty, Ned
Baker, Walter Smithey. FRONT Row: Glenna Hazeldine,  William Ely, Samuel
Kelly, Larry Gudbranson, Henry Austin, Bob Rowe, Neva McIntyre, Helen
Johnson.  THIRD PICTURE, BACK Row: Bob Wilcox, Artis Larsson, Richard
Shreve, Frank Knight,  Harold Dowd,  George Hilliard, Carl Schultz, Donald
Hawkins, James Vail. FRONT Row: Stanley Peterson, Darwin Teter,  Cecil
Thomas, JoAnn Wear Hannan, Dolores York, Robert Jerstedt.  LOWER PICTURE,
BACK Row: Lauren Brown, Frances Harris. Bob Hughes, Robert Ervin, Laura
Ford, Harvey Thompson, Roy Carson, Eileen Johnson, Clarence Anderson. FRONT
Row: Shirley Hamer, Dan Laxdall, Walter  Goetz, William White, Barbara
Hodges, Harold Allgire, Lynn Farmer, Eileen Douglass.  Page one hundred
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Tor PICTURE, BACK Row: Marion James, Dave Grocott, Virginia Lange, John
Franks, Lucille Anderson, Ronald Hecker, Babette Daniel, Herb Bartlett,
Marjorie Peters. FRONT Row: Floyd Ogden, Betty Felton, Clarice Smith,
William Hale, Don Goodell, Bonnie Hayes, Charlene Webb, Irwin Ginsberg. 
SECOND PICTURE, BACK Row: Doris Sandness, Harry Pagels, Joyce Meuler, Don
Minahan, Helen Piatt,  Barbara  Stevens, Joyce Messer, Thomas McLeod,
Gordon Nicholls. FRONT Row: Wayne Ensign, Katherine Niemela, George Miller,
Wes Peterson, Bill Kaiser, Donelle Mosier, Vincent Foster, George Dowd.
THIRD PICTURE: William Price, William Stoner, Vernon Whitney, Bob Wicks,
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FRESHMIEN  With an enrollment of over 600, this year's freshman class felt
their way  around, gained confidence and early began to recognize their
leaders and ambitions.  In the fall they organized to defend their
Homecoming bonfire from the  arson-bent sophomores. While Hash and Taylor,
freshmen in the football line-up,  were making news on the gridiron, their
Jessie Isom, Marilyn Morrison, Norma  Barr and Chuck Keaton were among the
cheer and song leaders. At half time  they were proud of Alice Thompson and
Doris Pickett, who were among the high-stepping  majorettes.  Winter
quarter the frosh sponsored a mixer and were honored when Barbara  Butler
was chosen as Publications Prom Princess. Among the candidates were  many
lovely freshman girls. On the maple courts they cheered for Ravenhorst,
Pat- terson,  Norgaard, Garrison, W. Green, Wicks, and Stanwood, frosh
basketball  regulars.  A picnic was planned for spring quarter. On the
diamond, track and court  could be seen many representatives of this class.
 Under the guidance of Dr. David McDonald, the freshman class found a place
 in every activity and  club. We can expect to hear and see a great deal
more of  them as they move on toward graduation. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS:
Al Miskimens, President; Hel-ene  Shugard, Secretary; Barbara Butler
Treasurer; and Dan  Sullivan, Vice President.  Page. one hundred three

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FIRST PICTURE, BACK Row: Frank Curry, Glade Matheny, Donald Mueller, Bruce
Hannaford, Paul Norman,  Charles Messinger, Elmer Nymeyer, Edwin Mapes,
Kenneth Stark. FRONT Row: Ellen Varrelman, Maxine  Sparks, Elaine Wilson,
Keith Morgan, Douglas McInnes, Tom Phinney, Al Miskimens, Ernest Wanzer. 
SECOND PICTURE, BACK Row: Marie Jovanovich, Gracie Fisher, Ernie Nordvedt,
Dale Hofman, Lillian  Landahl, Derry Wohlwend, John Lallas, Joyce Eide,
Harriet Shumate. FRONT Row: Helen Leaf, Gale  Lunger, Joanne Ludens, Tim
Hofman, Nancy Johnson, Elizabeth Julien, James Albers, Joan Limbacher. 
THIRD PICTURE, BACK Row: Marie Honcoop, Don Hallberg, Ronald Kaas, LaVon
Frazier, Joanne Irvin,  Alice Lewis, Reuben Kordal, Ernie Loreen, Bonnie
Lundgren. FRONT Row: Jeannine King, Dick King,  Richard Smith, Sheila
Fries, Dolaine Nelson, Vernon Bergman, Louise Knudson, Gary Brandner. 
FOURTH PICTURE, BACK Row: Ruth Wright, Wilma Smith, Dick McClure, Dick
Tomehalk, A l b e r t a  Stephens, Donald Thorneycroft, Bruce Philbrick,
Mildred Campbell, Willa Elledge. FRONT Row: Rosemary  Woulf, Charles
Slater, Bob Schols, Wallace Pratt, Don Sires, Glenn Groff, Bert Russell,
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FIRST PICTURE, BACK Row: Clifton Trued, Lorena Whitaker, Martha Stevens,
Gaynelle Sibley, Dorice Put-nam,  Donna Yeend, Patricia Young, Donald
Thorlakson, Donald Tait. FRONT Row: Glenn Titus, Virginia  Willemsen,
Annette Spoelstra, Rosemary Stevenson, Ncla Anne Winter, Charmian Wing,
Coral Pat Vanwoert, Shahan.  SECOND PICTURE, BACK Row: Frank Symonds, Joyce
D. Kellar, D. Glenn Ridenour, Dwan Thompson, Rose-mary  Wertman, Milton
Skov, Vernon B. Fourea, Alice Thompson, Wayne J. Smith. FRONT Row: Carolyn 
Wagness, Floelle Vanderford. Jeanne Vradenburg, Barbara Sorenson, Jenelle
Schoweiler, Ellen Staffanson, Maureen Sawyer, Joanne Sensenbrenner.  THIRD
PICTURE, BACK Row: Eileen Pearmain, Clyde Sines, William Garrison, Corinne
Fletcher, Marlyn Reese,  Eunice Sjolund, Oscar Olson, Tom Philpott. Marilyn
Kaster. FRONT Row: Paul Kuhns, Mildred P e t e r,  Eugenia Puckett,
Madeline Reddick, Bonnie Pasley, Charlene Caul, Barbara Nelson, Henry
Rogers. FOURTH PICTURE, BACK Row: Howard Woodward, Duane Nelson. Lois
Reyman. Joyce Munden, Agnes  Par-ent,  Helen Wiik, Jean Pollman, David
McFadden, Tom Springer. FRONT Row: Esther Portenor, Glenn Carr, Robert
Terrell, Joe Robbins, Kenneth Russell, Norval Peterson, Roald Olsen, Janis
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FIRST PICTURE, BACK Row: Ray McLane, James C. Mitchell, Hurley Macdonald,
Shirley Jean Miles, Ber-nice  Saueressig, Barbara Littleton, Andy
Brozovich, Ted Mastor, Pat Somers. FRONT Row: John O'Donnell,  Chalbert
Loveless, Charles Odeil, Anne Ansley, Lillian Favero, Edith Manner, Russel
Nielsen, Jack McLin.  SECOND PICTURE, BACK Row: Bob Gates, Allan
Fitzsimmons, Gene Vike, Lonna Savage, Helene Shugard,  Patricia Smith, Dean
Waugaman, Charles J. Smiley, David Simonson. FRONT Row: James Privat,
Dorothy  Strons, Phyllis Duerksen, Michael Scheel, James Hogan, Lawrence
Wilson,  Elizabeth Salmon, Eleanor Solomon.  THIRD PICTURE, BACK Row:
Donald Hawk, Al Curry, Francis Fennell, Richard Krohn, Marilyn Felton, Dick
 Endersbe, Joe Hilton, Ernest Conley, Bruce Hoof. FRONT Row: Dwain Hogan,
George Folquet, S h i r l e y  Gwynn, Mary Anne Johnson, Coy Chittenden,
Ray Fellman, Dorothy Hawkins, Mary Halderman.  FOURTH PICTURE, BACK Row:
Robert E. Tesdall, Wilma Peters, Perram Smith, Carl Markworth, Delores 
Overdorff, Jim Phalmer, Chuck Keaton, Carolyn Menaglia, Don McMullen. FRONT
Row: Louise Oliveri, Bo,)  Swank, Fred Schmidt, Mary Pagels, Richard
Packard, Marilyn Morrison, George King, Geraldine Wells.

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FIRST PICTURE, BACK Row: Bud Doust, Richard E. Anderson, Albert Butler,
Robert Baker, Joanne Arsanto,  Kenneth Blakely, Arthur Day, Alex M. Davis,
Wally Green. FRONT Row: Robert B. Dunn, Shirley Capper,  Richard Horn,
Jayne Bocanegra, Kenneth Bliven, Alice Ferren, Jack Du Praw, Verne Carlsen.
 SECOND PICTURE, BACK Row: Beth Folsom, Thyra Freeburg, Myraduff Forner,
Dave Eager, Mary Elbie, Lyle  Desmul, Robert Little, Kathleen Foster,
Jacqueline Hurlbut. FRONT Row: Ann Ferguson, Mary Lou Fenton,  Dan
Sullivan, Leslie Dorcy, Beverly Flood, John Lavender, Elaine Langlow,
Phyllis Harrison.  THIRD PICTURE, BACK Row: Don Hughto, Darlene Heller,
Barbara Harbison, James Kynell, Nona Cochran,  Roy Coulter, Ila Marie
Flowers, Doris Miner, George Hinderman. FRONT Row: Erwin Hudgens, Beverly 
Gordon, Frances Kurl, Bill Carlson, Norman Hash, Shirley Holt, Dewey
Erlwein, Vance Nelon.  FOURTH PICTURE, BACK Row: Robert Young, Leonard
Zeiger, Howard Urie, Lloyd Rahm,  Donald Van Wyck,  Paul Willett, Albert
Simaz, John Sutton. FRONT Row: Barbara Ann Snudden, Eleanor Wiley, Gloria
Jean  Yeager, Susan Williams, Lorraine Schafer, Mary Wahl, Pat Whelan, Jean
Wilson.

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FIRST PICTURE, BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Samuel Geijsbeek, Joyce Baker, Zona
Beth Clark, Wayne Esben-shade,  Lona Casteel, Dick Coward, Patricia Ashe,
Barbara Driver, Rolf Dragseth. FRONT Row: Carl Bur-master,  William R.
Eiford, Blossom De Vries, Martha Beckmeyer, Myrna Adler, Arlayne, Brown,
Leonard  Bonsen, Charles R. Dowe.  SECOND PICTURE, BACK Row: James Tincker,
Bob Phillips, Jack Peterson, Josephine Vezzetti, Alice Robert-son,  Keith
Wright, Maxine McGregor, Bertha Hunt, Edward Rockey. FRONT Row: Barbara
Ohls, Orland  Widman, Delbert Nelson, Lex Milton, Maxine Madsen, Angelo
Righi, Charles Mclnnes, Gladys McCrorie.  THIRD PICTURE, BACK Row: Cecil
Harris, Bruce Gillett, Lorna Hudson, Roger Dews, Louella Hagen, Carol 
Emmerson, Gail Dillon, Donald R. Huntley, Joseph Jenkins. FRONT Row:
Barbara Crane, Ellis Hankins,  Dolores DeFehr, Jean Carlson, Phyllis Hale,
Jack Croghan, Lois French, Dean Donnelly, Archie Brown.  FOURTH PICTURE,
BACK Row:  Donald Kearns, Bob Hubby, Robert Gallmeyer, Thomay Fenerly,
Robert  Gruett, Mary Nay, Don Larrick, Keith Kaulum, Ray Otten. FRONT Row:
Gene Langill, George Hess, Lanny  Stone, Raymond Burton, Jack Mowat, Lois
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FIRST PICTURE, BACK Row: Howard Anderson, Royal Barnett, Billie Breuer,
Ernest Benner, Faye Bellamy  Reed Chapman, Ann Adams, Patsy Addington, Jim
Bayne. FRONT Row: Al Compton, Ottilie Bocanegra,  Tollef Bakke, Norma Barr,
Charles Bailey, Nola Claik, Phillip Ager, Rose Mary Brodersen. SECOND
PICTURE, BACK Row: Betty Bruseth, Jean Bocher, Sharon L. Anderson, Marjorie
Adair, James  Alexander, Peggy Boe, Helen Angerman, Marjorie Bulman, Donna
Blauser. FRONT Row: Ellie Mae Brown.  Frances Alldredge, James Bemis,
Barbara Butler, George Cole, Dale L. Butts, Loretta Brown, Carol Batdorf. 
THIRD PICTURE, BACK Row: Elmer Lundstrom, Rae Dyer, Herb Brame, Bob
Andrews, Kenneth Asseln, Ira  Elerding, Maurice Bright, Richard Hansen.
FRONT Row: Wyck Holbrook, Mary Ellen Johnson, Polly Mc-  Govern, Maureen
Rawlinson, Frances Frazee, Jessie Isom, Glen Huleatt, Don A. Davis.  FOURTH
PICTURE, BACK Row: Harold Kloes, Ronnie Bring, Joan Baylor, Jeannette
Baylor, Florence Cox,  Yvonne Carson, Janet Bunger, Dale Wilson, Bob
Erickson. FRONT Row: Jeanne Baylor, Lois Currie, Lois  Copeland, Robert
Murphy, Boyd Benson, Beverly Cate, Marion Carbis, Shirley Dickinson.  Page
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Athletics

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Walt Clayton executes traditional kick-off...

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Harkening back-perhaps not to fifty years ago but to fifteen-the 1933 
football season in which the Vikings were entered found only three teams in
 conference play. A decade and one-half later the conference had expanded
to  eight teams which formed the new Evergreen Conference. Many
sportswriters  and Monday- morning quarterbacks considered the Evergreen
Conference to be  one of the strongest small-college conferences in the
nation; and some of the  teams entered in this newly-formed conference
could well be considered eligible for  competition in the Pacific Coast
Conference.  The WWCE athletic department has  been steadily expanding and
can proudly  boast of its golf, tennis, and track teams which have been
constant-and oft-unsung-  leaders in conference competition; its
well-organized and always-popular intramural men's and women's sports
program; and its new-born and already well  received skiing and swimming
teams which made their first appearance in the  college sports' program
during the winter season of 1949.  Looking ahead, we will directly quote
Coach Lappenbusch: "Western Wash-ington College is now endeavoring to build
up its athletic talent through special  efforts and aspects which come from
building an institution into a four-year  college. We will now have some
goal to achieve, and with the stronger competition,  we will have greater
incentive to become a winner."  Representatives of Western's Sports
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Exuberant Fans - a WWC Tradition  Page one hundred thirteen  _ ____

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BACK Row: Dick Abrams, Frank Gayda, Harold Kloes, George Yonlick, Bob
Niegemann, Dick Huntley, Jim Kent, Gil Stewart,  Ray Moulton, Don Larrick,
Truman Fones, Art Svidran, Derry Wohlwend, Jack Frazier, Ray Ciszek, Fritz
Chorvat.  MIDDLE Row: Charles Lappenbusch Jr., Tiny Thornton, Norm Hash,
Lee Stout, Bill Currier, Ron Dodge, Al Compton, Neal Bart-lett,  Jack
McStott, Jerry Karnofski, Winton Tripp, Norm Harris, Slats Salsgiver, Roy
Richardson, Coach Lappenbusch.  FRONT Row: Dave Smith, Mel Lindbloom, Al
Weber, Wally Keehr, Tommy Taylor, George Hinderman, Bob Scoll, Tom Poe,
Dick Smith, Howie Breivik, Royal Barnett, Walt Clayton, Roy Peterson, Hal
Partlow.  Football Squad  Frazier, Svidran, Gayda, Richardson, Breivik

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We Beat the Best  The newly-formed Evergreen Conference proved to be every
bit as strong  as our prognosticators believed it would be. No team was
able to wind up its  season without at least one loss and the type of ball
played was of a caliber to be  rated with that in the Pacific Coast
Conference.  In the first two games of the season-non-conference
meets-Western was  "feeling itself out" for the big ones to follow. Eastern
again proved itself to be  conference leader by taking the Viks into camp.
In the game which followed against  Central, Karnofski's sparkling 97-yard
touchdown run proved futile when Central scored and converted in the waning
seconds. For the first half of the game with  PLC, the Vikings put a real
scare into the Gladiators; but the latter's effective  passing-machine
started to click and the score read their way.  CPS was undefeated in
conference play until they met the Viks in Western's Homecoming classic.
Norm Hash's hard-driving offensive play, and Frazier's and  Currier's
calculating defensive work greatly helped Western to pull the season's 
upset. This was the game that Western had been pointing for all season, and
all  the scouting and planning and hard work by Coach Lapp and the team
proved  itself in this encounter.  Frosh Hash is away again ...

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Moulton  Yonlick  Kent  Niegemann  Sandwich Play . .. Western on Bottom 
Stewart  Currier  Captain Lindbloom  Partlow  Poe

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McStott Scoll Xarnof ski Wohlwend  Taylor Stout Weber Fones  Fritz Chorvat 
Senior Football Players- Dodge, Thornton, and Keehr  Ray Ciszek

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Hash Kloes Harris  Peterson Compton Tripp  Coach Lappenbusch Inspirational
Award Winner--Gerald Salsgiver  Page one hundred eighteen

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Perfect cooperation resulting in a perfect kick  TOTALS  The 1948 Viking
squad was captained by quarterback and three-year letter-man  Mel
Lindbloom, ably assisted by frosh backs Roy Richardson, Tom Taylor,  and
Norm Hash. Outstanding defensive ground-gaining recognition was earned by 
Norm Hash, who, with Karnofski, received honorable mention in conference
play.  For another season, Walt Clayton turned in his brilliant
point-conversion and  place kicking performance, while the pass combo of
Lee Stout to Dave Smith  clicked very effectively in several encounters.
Hal Partlow's injury in the early part of the season proved to be a great
loss to the Vikings. The unsung heroes in  the line whose thankless work
often went unnoticed were big, bruising Gil Stewart,  chunky Keehr,
conference first-team guard Bill Currier, all-conference center Jack 
Frazier, and inspirational award winner Slats Salsgiver.  W estern
..---------..--------------------------------- ------------ 37  Western
........................----------------------------- 40 Western ..-
---------.- 7  Western ..---------------- 6  Western
---------------------------------------. 6  Western ...---------
--------------------------.. 3  Western*
--------------------------------------- 14  Western .-..----------
------------------------ 12 Western
..----------------------------------..-- 28  Total .
....---------------------------- -- 153  * Homecoming.  Linfield . IJBC 
UBC ...................................................................  E
astern -- .............. . ....... ....... . ....... .. Central  Whitworth
........-------------  PLC ...........---------------------------  SCt P.
SM -a-r. t.in. '.s. ..... . . . .......  . . . . . ..................... .
. . . . .  St. M artin's ------------ -------------------- ------  UBC -. 
Total ....... _~__ ___.. _------------------------  60  31  7  12  32  12 
0  13  113  Page one hundred ninteen  ----_---_-_-- 1 3

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Starr Scott Ravenhorst Ross T. Green  Ravenhorst and Starr watch Martin-men
score one.  Coach McDonald  Roy Wark

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HARDWOOD HOOPSTERS  Literally scaring the "purple pants off their big
brothers of the U. of W."-and early rated  a dark horse in the Evergreen
Conference basketball race, the Western Vikings gave plenty of   grief and
headaches to all their formidable opponents. Although they lacked reserve
strength  and height,  they more than made up for it in speed and
endurance, and wound up in first place  in the second division  of the
Evergreen Conference.  Statistically, the Vikings had scored 1337 points to
their opponents' 1347 points, a difference  of ten points. In regular
conference play the Viks had 787 points for and 863 points against, a 
difference of only three points average per game. The Blue and White won
nine games and lost fifteen in the 1948-49 season's play.  Looking forward
to next season, the Western Vikings will welcome the return of the entire 
squad except the diminutive "Carbonado Kid" Jack Ross, three-time
inspirational award winner.  The Vik regulars will be further bolstered by
the members of this season's Jayvee squad.  THE WESTERN VIKINGS 1948-49
BASKETBALL SEASON  CONFERENCE 38 U. B. C. - -------------------
------------------ 47  32 P. L. C. ------ -------_---_-_- -------------- 60
60 St. Martin's ...----- - ...-------- --.------3-7-----....  60 C. P. S.
----------------------- 65 48 C. P. S....---------------------------------
52  57 St. Martin's ....---------------------- 46 45 Eastern
-------------------------- 59  62 Whitworth .......... 55 61 Whitworth
.......--------- ------------- 71  42 Eastern -- ------------------------
66 67 P. L. C.._____-_-.- ----------------------. 70  56 Central ------
--------------------- 63 52 Central .........-------------------------- 58 
57 P. L. C ...--- -.--------------------------.. 67 --  50 U. B.
C-------.......--...... ..-------4-7-- ------ 787 Totals .....----------
..-----8--6-3------------------...  (NOTE: Western's scoring given in the
left-hand columns)  BACK Row: Wicks, Oswold, Zurline, Ravenhorst, Scott,
Starr, Cline. FRONT Row: Coach McDonald,  T. Green, Peterson, Norgaard, W.
Green, Patterson, Stephan, Ross, Manager Ledford.  Page one hundred
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Stephan Wicks Norgaard Patterson  Sssssss Boom . .. basketball style!  Page
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Junior Varsity Squad-BACK Row: Benson, Springer, D. Anderson, Holbrook.
FRONT Row: Scholtz, Thurston, Hickock, Bailey, Coach Wark.  The
introduction of Junior Varsity basketball into the growing athletic program
has been  a step toward preparing prospective basketball talent for future
Western varsity  teams. Under  the experienced guidance of a former Western
Washington College star, Coach Roy Wark, the  "Jayvees" gained much
experience which will help them when they are ready for varsity ball.
Having no conference schedule, the Jayvee five gained experience and
basketball "know-how"  in competition with strong independent quintets and
junior college teams located throughout  the neighboring  counties.  MORE
OF THE FIRST STRING ...  Cline W. Green Zurline Oswold Peterson  Page one
hundred twenty-three

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TOP: Karnofski, Senns, Simpson...Scoll, Norgaard, Tovera.  CENTER: Vike,
Partlow, Smith...Price, McStott, Hughes.  BOTTOM: Stout, Ogden,
Taylor...Patterson, Gates, Kuljis.

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DIAMOND DUSTERS  "A new broom sweeps clean," and the Western Viking
baseball squad proved just that last  season. Under the guiding hand of
Coach Joe Martin, local businessman and manager of the Bellingham Bells,
the Viking ball squad showed plenty of hustle and spirit for their new
coach.  The Western nine's greatest asset was its pitching staff which also
boasted a number of the  heavier hitters on  the entire squad-among the
best in its college class. Members of the "glass-arm"  group were Steve
Kuljis, Dick Patterson, Russ Nielsen, Tom Taylor, Lee Stout, and Cliff 
Simpson. Not all the outstanding players, however, were on the pitching
staff. Several of the  others were Bob Gates, catcher, Norm Hash,
outfielder, and Jerry Karnofski, the inspiring team  captain.  Next year
the entire squad is expected to return for another successful season of
college  baseball play in the Evergreen conference.  ToP PICTURE: Coach Joe
Martin, the new baseball mentor, gives strategy to the team between games.
The 1949 team  is one of the best in years.  BOTTOM PICTURE, BACK Row:
Gates, McCullem, Stout, Vike, Hughey, Kuljis, G. Smith, Patterson, Franks,
Scoll,  Senns, Hinderman, Norgaard, Tovrea, Nielsen. FRONT Row: Coach
Martin, Price, Taylor, McStott, Karnofski, Hash,  Ogden, Simpson, Partlow.

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CIlNDER SPRINTS  The Viking track team of 1949 was far below its pre-season
estimated strength. Several  lettermen and sure point getters found it
impossible to compete and as a result the team was weakened in several
events. Credit must be given, however, to those individuals who did
par-ticipate  and who on several occasions thus far have made fine showings
against the strong Ever-green  conference competition.  The most consistent
of the Vik thinclads was Jeff Russell, who turned in top performance  in 
the javelin. He set a new school track record of 191 feet 2%2 inches
against SPC. Besides  this he has been outstanding in the discus and broad
jump, consistently drawing points into the  Western fold.  With the return
of such veterans as Jeff Russell, Bob Riddell, Wally Clayton, Dave Grocott,
 Ted Mastor, Wes Peterson, and Tuffy Van Voorst, plus the freshman talent
which will turn out,  the Vikings hope that they may pick up enough points
to cover the loss of veteran Frank Gayda  and others.  That the 1950 season
should see a much better balanced Viking track squad is the opinion  of
Coach Ray Ciszek.  TRACK-- TOP Row: Coach Ray Ciszek, Long, Riddell,
Shannon, Van Voorst, Van Cleave, Grocott,  Hinderman, Garrison. BoTToM Row:
Russell, D. Smith, Jensen, Gayda, Peterson, Clayton, Svidran,  Wakelam,
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ToP LEFT: Finishes don't come any closer than this one. TOP RIGHT: Hurdler
Jensen leaves his opponents far be-hind.  CENTER LEFT: Is he going to make
it over? CENTER RIGHT: Shannon and Fiellman finished one-two in this  mile
event. BOTTOM LEFT: Up, over, and away hurdlers go. BOTTOM RIGHT: Walt
Clayton floats over the bar in  the pole vanlt.  Page one hundred
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ToP AND BOTTOM LEFT: Ski lands. Tor RIGHT: Bengtson, Ericsson and  Privat
display talent. BOTTOM  RIGHT: Vern Meissner sails along.  Page ons hundred
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SCHUSSERS  The Ski Club began the season with a new name, the Schussken
Club. The new officers were: Roy Ericsson, president; Duane Lewis,
vice-president; Billie Smith, secretary; Jim Pri-vat, treasurer. It proved
to be the most successful season on record, one of the best the old  timers
can remember. It started early in September and will be going strong until
the Heather  Cup race at Baker July  4. The College bus made trips
sponsored by the Ski club nearly every  week of the season. The drivers,
Roy Ericsson and "Wild Bill" Currier, deserve credit for their  excellent
record of no accidents.  Even on the slopes there were few accidents. One
student, however, was severely injured.  Eileen Douglass fractured her
skull when a tree failed to holler "track." Miss Douglass was in  the
hospital about a month and the Ski club sponsored a skating party at Birch
Bay to help  defray her expenses.  This year for the first time in its
history WWC had a ski team. A meet to determine how  much racing material
was available was held at Baker when all the skiers at WWC were invited  to
participate. The team narrowed down to five members, Privat, Meisner,
Rykken, Campbell,  and Ireland. WWC sponsored a meet at Baker with CPS and
one with Everett J. C. The later  was cancelled because of conflicting
activities. The team entered two Stevens Standards and  one meet sponsored
by the U. of W. Winter Sports club at Martin, Washington. The prospects 
are good for the newly organized team next year when it is expected there
will be a ski coach  and a large turnout of skiers.  SHUSSKEN CLUB-FIRST
Row: D. Anderson, Smith, Webb, Lloyd, Wiik, Fisher, Bocanegra. SECOND  Row:
Wertman, Lewis, Clogston, Reeck, Bengtson, adviser, Ericsson, president.
THIRD Row: House,  secretary, Bocanegra, Vanderford, Vradenburg, P. Smith,
Freeberg, Lundren. FOURTH Row: Thomp-son,  Benson, Waterhouse, Hume, West,
Kearns.  Page one hundred twenty-nine

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COURTS  Losing almost all of its team members in last year's graduation,
the Western Wash-ington tennis coach was required literally to "start all
over again" to build up a strong  tennis squad. The only two  returnees
from last season were Sterling Brand and George  Sutherland. Newcomers to
this season's squad who have proved to be capable players  were Charles
Borden, Don Davis, and Harold Smith.  In last  season's play, Western wound
up second to Whitworth, who again this season  is a very serious threat in
the conference. Also threatening the Viking's hopes this season  are the
strong net squads of the University of British Columbia and of the College
of Puget  Sound, the only teams to date which have defeated Western in net
play. C. F. Lappen-busch  is the coach.  TENNIS TEAM-BACK Row: Pearson,
Sutherland, Borden. FRONT Row: Boyd, Brand, Smith,  Heatherton. NOT
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FAIRWAYS  Getting off to a slow start in their 1949 golf season, the Viking
golf squad came back  to their usual perennial form by taking the next four
matches in a row, dropping one. They  won most of their final games in the
latter part of the season. Many of Western's matches  have been decided by
very narrow margins of several points, which either favored or  frowned on
Western's final victory.  Western Washington's golf squad boasts a winning
streak of conference championships  for twelve years consecutively, losing
the title season before last, and winning it back again  last season. 
Veteran squad members who are back again this year are Vik ace Bob Hulbert,
Gib  Smith, and LeRoy Dixon. Newcomers to this season's play are Virg
Heimberger, Bob  Erickson, and Dick Keyes.  GOLF TEAM: Coach Carver,
Hulbert, Dixon, Heimberger, Keyes, Smith.  Page one hundred thirty-one

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To LEFT: Badminton champ Jack Ross returns the "bird." Tor RIGHT: Fall
quarter bowling  champions in action at the alleys. BOTTOM LEFT: Slovek
doesn't share Wilson's smile of assurance.  BOTTOM RIGHT: Davis,
Heatherington and Slovek take advantage of Western's new tennis courts. 
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TOP LEFT: Keen competition prevails during the intramural basketball
season. ToP RIGHT: Go  get him! BOTTOM LEFT: Peterson and Ross watch the
birdie. BOTTOM RIGHT: There's the wind-up  and here comes the pitch. 
Leagues, consisting of teams from various houses and organizations, compete
in the highly contested intramural sports. Basketball, bowling, swimming,
baseball, and badminton  are on the well filled program. "The Five Queers"
won the basketball award, while the cup  for the best bowling team went to
MRH No. 1.  Page one hundred thirty-three

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Song Queens-Kay Lenihan, Jessie Isom,  and Lee Eby.  PEPSTERS  Yell
Leaders-Ralph Brown, Marilyn  Morrison, Jess Winders, Norma Barr,  and
Chuck Keaton.  Adding pep to the school football and basketball games, the
song and yell  leaders helped to cheer the team on in a successfull season.
Chuck  Keaton, yell  king, and Norma Barr, Ralph Brown, Jess Winders, and
Marilyn Morrison made  up the yell team. Song queen Jessie Isom, with Lynn
Rimpler, Lee Eby, and Kay  Lenihan did their part to keep up school spirit,
whether the team won or lost. Well  remembered will be the many pep
assemblies and rallies which their planning and  leadership made possible. 
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If success is measured by accomplishments, then WRA may consider this a
very successful  year. During the fall there were turnouts for soccer and
hockey, the reopening of Blue Barnacles,  and in general the acquainting of
the girls with Western's methods.  WRA presented the student body with its
annual winter quarter carnival. A basketball tour-nament  placed Marianne
Yeager's "Fireballs" as champions. In February nearby colleges sent 
delegates to the campus for a Sports Day, in which WWC made a good showing.
 Spring blossomed out with tennis, badminton, and archery tournaments. The
girls  took  top places in a sports day at Ellensburg where softball and
speedball were the team sports stressed. Also during this quarter WRA held
election with Violet Ries taking over the duties of  Harriet Lang, past
president.  WRi  WRA Commission-BACK Row:  Thomas, Redmond, Thompson, Lang,
Brown. FRONT Row: Ries, Aitken, Mes-ser,  Finnie, Waterhouse, Ruggles. 
Hockey Team--BACK Row: Wertman,  Thompson, Ries, Finnie. FRONT Row: 
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Blue Barnacles-BACK Row: Waterhouse, Eby, Beatty, Hudson, Sorenson, 
Thomas, Stone, Carrick, Aitken. FRONT Row: Morrison, Overdorff, Pauls, 
Stamatis, McArthur.  LEFT: Robin hoodlets RIGHT: Ries chalks up two for the
Riot Squad in their tussle with  the Senior Hall girls.  Page one hundred
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ToP LEFT: Basketball Champs-French, Yeager, Munden, Wilson, Hurlbut, Hale.
Missing  is Gail Dillon. Tor RICHT: Jean Wilson bats the birdie. BOTTOM
LEFT: Helen Wiik  makes a bulls-eye. CENTER RIGHT: Breakfast a la sand
fleas. BOTTOM RIGHT: 20th Cen-tury  Bowlers-Yeager, Douglass, Webb, Baker,
and Piatt.  Page one hundred thirty-seven

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TOPICAL INDEX  ADMINISTRATORS ...................... ............. .... 18 
ADMINISTRATOR'S AIDES .................................. 30  ASSOCIATION
FOR CHILDHOOD  EDUCATION ................... .....................  61 
ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS ............. 59  BASEBALL ........ ..........
................ 124 BASKETBALL ............... ...... ........1.20.... 
BLUE BARNACLES ........................... 136  BLUE TRIANGLE
............................. ... 65  CAMERA
CLUB.................................... 63  CAMPUS DAY ......... 39 
CAMPUS VIEWS.................................. 1  CLUBS
........................ ............. 58 COLHECONOMISTS
........................................ 64  COLLEGE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
................ 66  DRAMA ........... .. ................. 56  FACULTY
............................. ........... ... . 20  FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION...... 42  FOOTBALL .................... 114  FOREWORD ...
..................................... 5  FRESHMEN . .................... .
103  GOLF .... . ......................... 131 GRADUATE STUDENTS
.............................. 82  GRADUATION ...... . .. 38  HOMECOMING
...... 48 HOU SES .... 722.-...........~................  INTERCLUB COUNCIL
........................................ 63 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CLUB................ 62  INTRAMURAL SPORTS ................ .......... 132
JUNIORS ..................... .. ............. 90  KLIPSUN
................................ ............. 70  LIBRARY .....
............................... 28  MAINTENANCE .....
......................... 29  MUSIC
........................................ 52  NORSEMEN
................................. .......... 58  OFF CAMPUS WOMEN..........
........................ 61  OPENING WEEK..................................
46  ORGANIZATIONS ............................... ......... 58 POSTER
CLUB.................................6.7..  PRESIDENT
................................. ........... 17  PRESS CLUB
........................ 65  PUBLICATIONS
PROM.................................... 50  SENIORS
........................... 83  SCHOLARSHIP
SOCIETY................................. 64  SCHUSSKEN ........
............................- 129  SKIING
.................................................................... 138 
SOCIAL SCIENCE  STUDY AND  ACTION CLUB.......................... . . 62 
SOPHOMORES ......... ........................ . s98 STUDENT
GOVERNMENT........................... 32  SUMMER SCHOOL..........
.......... ........ 40  TENNIS .130....  TRACK ....
........................... 126  TRUSTEES
....................................... . 16  UNITED STUDENTS CHRISTIAN
COUNCIL.... 66  VALKYRIE ........ .... ........... ............ . 60 
VIKING CHESS CLUB......................... ............ 67  W CLUB
............................... ....... . ............ . 60 WWCOLLEGIAN
.................................... 68  WOMEN'S RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION..
135 PERSONAL INDEX  A  Aandahl, Elliot
C...................................... 53  Aarstad, Audrey
J....................................... 65  Abernethy, Sunny Lou
.................................... 22  Abrams, John
.................................... .. .............. 100  Abrams. Richard
M ...................................... 114  Adair, Marjorie
.................................................................. 109 
Adams, Ann C..............................-.- ....-.-.-- .......... -- 109 
Adams, Frank W ..................................6.5., .7.0,.
.91..........................  A ddington, Patsy ........................
.... .....................6.5,. .1.09.  Adler, Myrna Lou
................................................................ 108 
Aitken, Margaret H..................................... 20, 135, 136 
Albers, Jim.................................... 104  A lexander, Jam es
C....................................1.09.....................................67,
 Alldredge, Frances J.......................................... .. 109 
Allgire, Harold E........................... ....... ............ 101 
Ambrosius, Herbert
A........................................................ 53, 101 
Anderson, Clarence E ................... ............ 67, 101  A nderson, C
larence E ..................................... .............
1.0.0.....................  A nderson, Denton B
....................................66...  A nderson, Don ...............
............................ 63, 123 Anderson, Donna Mae
........................................7..4 ., .9.1..  A nderson, H ow ard
B....................................9.1..  Anderson, Howard L ......
........ .....6.2..1.09... ............  A nderson, L ucille
....................................1.0.2..  Anderson, Miriam L
........................ .... .... 60, 76, 91  Anderson, Richard E
....................... ................. .... 107  A nderson, R obert H
........................................................................ 75
 Anderson, Sharon L ....... .................... 52, 109 Andrews, Robert J
.....................................................10 9  A ngerm an, H
elen
.................................................1.0.9..................................
 A nsley, A nne M
......................................1.0.6............................................
 Armstrong, Phyllis R ............................. 1, 33, 39, 49, 60, 71.
91, 137  Arntzen, Edward J ..................... 13, 20, 63, 64  Arsanto.
Toanne................... ........ .... ........ 107  Ashe, Patricia
................... .............. ................ 108  Asseln,  Kenneth
L. .................................... ..... ......09  A tkinson, Jean
............................ 102  Austin, Henry  S
......................................101  A xelson, M axine M
.................... 100.......................................  B
Backstrom , H arold C........................ .........
..............8.4...........  Bailey, Chuck............ ........
............. .................... 109, 123  B ailey, W esley S
....................................... 100  Bain, Roderick
G....................................8.0.,
.9.1.........................................  Baker, Bill
.............................. ................... .. 99  Baker, Gertrude
................................4., .1.0.0., ..13.7............  Baker.
Joyce I.............................................................. . 108
 Baker, Ned J ................................. 77, 101  B aker, R obert R
....... 10077................................  Bakke, Tollef G
.................................. ................. .. 109 Barnett, Royal
H ..................................... ........4.9., .7.3., .1.0.9., .1.1
4  B aron, B ill ....................................................
.............................................. 99  Barr, Norma Jean
.................................................. 37, 51, 103, 109, 134 
Barron, Declan F .......................................................
.................. 20  Barron, Lucille ............................
....................................... 20, 64  Bartholick, Robert
H................ ......................... . ..... 100  Bartlett, Herbert
L... .................................... 102  Bartlett, Neal
A....................................................114 Batdorf, Carol V .
................... ...................... 109  B aylor, Jeannette E
...................................................................... 109 
Baylor, Joan ......................................... 51, 109 Baylor, M.
Jeanne
...........................................................................
109  B ayne, Jim
................................................................ 73, 109  B
easley, Jam es R.......................................... 91  Beatty, Kay
.................................. 49, 74, 101, 136  Beck, Patricia Ann
....................................... ..................... 66, 101 
Beckmeyer, Martha ........................................ 58, 108  lBeele,
Lynn H .................. .................. 552 , 54  Bell, Richard
.................................................... ....67, 99  Bellamy, 
Faye ............................... ............. 109  Bemis, James
..................... ......................... ....... ........... 109 
Bengtson, Kermit B ......................................................
20, 128, 129  Benner, Ernest
D.................................................................................109
 Benson, Boyd ..................................................... 109,
123, 129  Berg, John
E...................................................................52, 55,
67  Bergh, Glenn R
.............................................................. .........
53, 100  Bergman, Vernon L.................................1.. 04  Bettman,
May L....................................... 20  Bianchini, Albert W
...................... ................. 84 Bickford, Lyle M..........
......................................................... 84  Biggs, Harold
F
..........................................................................
91  Bingham, Don .................................
............................ 91  Bingham, Evelyn K
................................................................. 59, 91 
Binzer, Margaret
A.....................................8.4.............................................
 Blake, Grace .......... ............. 330........  Blake, Jane A
............ 101......................................  lB lak eley , K en
n eth
................................................................................
107  Blauser,
Donna........................................................................
109  Blekkink, Roberta M .................................. ..... 53, 59,
100  B liven, K enneth F 107..................................... 
Bocanegra, Jayne M ....................................... 61, 107, 129 
Bocanegra, Ottilie M ............................. ........ 61, 109, 129  B
oe, P eggy ....... . .......... .... ....................
................... ...... 65, 69, 109  Bonsen, Leonard C
...................... 108.................  Booman, Glenn
L........................................ 64  Booman, Keith
................................ ...... .. 49, 63, 64, 66, 91  Booth, Mira
E.............. .............. ........ 20, 55, 66 Boothby, Elmina
....................... ....................... ............ 30  Borchardt,
Mary Lou .................................... 51, 100  Borden, Chuck..
................... .... 26, 60, 63, 90, 91, 130  B orek, Joseph A
....................................... ..............................49,
60, 91  Boroughs, Herbert ' ... ..................  .............. 62, 64,
84  Bornstein, Patricia L ................... ....... ..... ......... 57,
100  Boucher, Jean E.............. ................... 52, 109  Bowsher,
Arnold E..
..................................................................... 100 
Boyd, Burton
O....................................................................................
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B radburn, L ew is...............................
......................................... 99  Brame,
Herb................... ................ ... 71, 109  Brand, G.
Sterling......................... ................. .... 130  Brand.
Milton................................................................
...... 60, 112  Brandner, Gary
P............................................................... .......
69, 104  Breakey,
Hazel....................................................... 20, 66 
Breivik, Howard G.... ............................ ....... 60, 91, 98, 114 
B reuer, B illie L ea.....................................
............................... 109  Brewster, Laurence
W................................................. ........ 20, 45 
Bridges, Marianne................. ......... .... 52, 54, 70, 71, 100  B
right, M aurice W ...............................................
.............................. 109  Bring, Ronnie.... 
..................... ........................................... 109  B
ritton, Jack ..........................................
............................................ 84  Brockmier, Laverne
G............................................................................
84  Brodahl,
Kathleen........................................................... 38 
Brodersen, Rose Mary ............. ....................... 109  B rom ley,
M aridean E ...............................................................
........ 84  Brown, Ann Theg............................................
26, 62, 63, 70, 71, 89  Brown. Archie ....................
........................................ 108  B row n, A rlayne
............................................................................
52, 66, 108  Brown, Edward
J.................................................. 91  Brown, Chuck
..................................................... 100  Brown, Donald
R........................................ 38  Brown, Ellie Mae
......................................................... 109  Brown,
George R......................................... 91 Brown, Joan
A...................................... 100, 135  Brown J. Wendell
........................ 30, 63, 70, 71, 84,  144  B row n. L avren
............................... 101.........  Brown. Loretta
........................................... ................. 109  Brown,
Ralph W ............... ........... 53, 56, 57, 91, 98, 134  Brown, Stanley
E....................................... 84  Brown, Theodora K
................................................ .......... 100 Brozovich,
Andy ......................................................................
106  B ruseth, B etty G ................... .................. .......
........ 53, 109  Buchanan, Doris ................ ...... .. 30  Buchanan,
Samuel J ..................................................... ..... .. 30 
Buerstatte, Marion H
.......................................................... 74, 101  Bulman,
Marjorie J................ ................. ...... 66, 70, 109  B ulm er,
Joe T .... ......... ............................. .... 100  Bunger, Janet
L....... ................ .................. 109  Bunn,
Merle....................................... ..... 63  Burhans, Janneke
..... ....... ................... ....... 100  Burmaster,
Carl................................................107  Burnaby, Beverlee
... ............... .............. ............ 60, 91  Burnet, Ruth
A......................................21, 70  Burrell, Dick
........................................ 84  Burrell, Jack
......................... ............ ..... . 84  Burton. Raymond L.
......................................................... .......... 108 
Buss, Lyle B.............................. .......... .......... 52,  54  B
utler, A lbert (B ud) J........................................ 72, 107  B
utler. B arbara A .........................................................
37, 49, 50, 103, 109  Butts, Dale L..................
.................................. 52, 109  B ryant, Charles
R.................................................... 91  C  C all, M ary A
nn ...................................
.......................................... 99  Campbell, Don L..
.................... .............. . 101  C am pbell, M ildred
..................................... ..
..................................... 104 Campbell, Patricia
L............................................... .......... 101  Campbell,
Pearl Jo...................................... ... ..................... 91
 Capper, Shirley E ......... .................... ................. 76, 107
 Capps, Marvin L..................... ..................... 91  Carbis,
Marion Helen......................109.................. ..... ....... 109 
Carey, Gloria L ......................................... 49 C'arlile, Sene
R ................... .................... 21  ('arlsen, Gladys
........................................ 52, 101 C('arlsen, Hilda
.................................. ................................ 30 
Carlsen, Verne ..................................................
.....................107  Carlson, Bill ........... ......................
.................. ... 107  Carlson, Jean
G...........................................
....................................... 108  Carr, Glenn
................................ ................... 105  Carrick, June
....................................... .......... 49, 60, 100, 136 
Carson, R oy M .........
...............................................................................
101  Carson, Yvonne M .............. .............................. 52, 10 
Carver, Sam E ............................................. 21, 40, 43, 60,
131  Cary, Carl ........................................ 53, 56, 105 
Casanova, Katherine ................
........................................................... 21  Case, Edith
Lesley
.........................................................................
66, 100  Cassity, Henry H................. ........ ......................
.. 91  C astell. L ora L
.................................................................................
66, 74, 108  Cate, Beverly Jean ................................... 23, 109
 Caul. Charlene ................................................... 105 
Cederstrom, Moyle F
........................................................ 21  C handler, M
arjorie R ................................ .......
.......................... 53, 99  (Channer,
Edna................................... ...........
......................... 21  Chapman, Reed A
................................................... 109  Chllatterton,
)orothy M .................................................... ..........
..... 57  Cheever. Bruce B....................................
.............. 21  Chittenden, Coy A
......................................................... 106  Chorvat,
Fritz................................................................................
... 114  Christie. Bettyjane L..........................................
.............. 92  Christopher, Lucy
A.......................................... .................. 38  Church,
Ethel....................................................... 30  Ciszek,
Annice B............................................................ 21 
Ciszek, Raymond A.............................. .............. 21, 114, 126
 Clark, Nola
D..............................................................................................109
 Clark, Russell ...................---. ...................-.. 64, 66, 84 
Clark, Zona B..........................................108  C layton . W
alter G ........... ................90.,. .1.11., ..11.4., .1.2.6..........
 ('line, B ob I........................................................ 60,
98, 100, 121, 123  (C logston , F red I.................
........................................................... 63, 92, 129 
('Cochran, Nona L
.............................................................................
65, 66, 107  ( 'o c h r a ne , Lo r r a i n e -.......... . .. ...... . ..
.. .. . . . ...... . . . .. . . ....... 8 4  Cole, George t1
.............................................. 109  Collins, Bob II
..................... ................... 67, 99  C om pton , A l P
...............................................1..0..9..,..1 ..1..4 ,.
.1.1.8.........  Compton.
Stuart...................................................................................66,
67 Conley, Archie ........................... ....9.2  Conley, Bill
................................................. ......1.0.6
............................  Conley, T hom as
S................................. ................... ....9.2  Conner. W
illam .............................. .. ........................... 72 
Copland, Lois G.......................... ....... ........ .. 53, 55, 66,
109  Cory, Francis M............. ............ .......... ......... 84 
Coulter, Roy...............................................10.7......... 
Countryman, Linda ................................... 22, 64 Coward,
Richard E............................... .................. 108  Cox,
Florence L................................................ 53, 109  Cozza,
Bobbie. ........................................... 6....07, 0, 85, 90, 92 
C ra ig , J a n et.......................................................
... 9.2....  C randell, P erry E ................................... ...
..............1.0.1.............  Crane,
Barbara............................ ..... .... 108 Croghan, Jack W
.............................. ...............................77.,. .1.08 
Cummings, Mary Jean .................................... 92  Cum m ins, N
ora B....................................4.5,. .6.2...........22,  Currie,
Lois M...... ...................... ................. 109  Currier, William
R ............................. ............. 90, 114, 116  Curry, Al D
............................................. 106  Curry, Frank D..........
........ ............. ........104 Curtin, Francis A.......
................ ........ 92  D  D 'A ndrea, Fratk
................................ ..... .22.,. .4.5,. .5.4............... 
Dack, George ................................ 29  Dahl, Dixon P
..............2.6. .77., ..85...............  Dahl, Dorothy
J........................... ......0.,.7 .0,. .100  Dangerfield,Doreen
.................... ...................... 92  D angerfield, E dith
....................................9.2..................  Daniel, Babbette
.................................. 57, 74, 102  Daniel, Lyle E........... .
.................. .............. 100  D anielson, June G
...................................7.6.,
.9.9...............................  Davenport. James
W................................ ...............22............  Daverin,
Zona .........................5.2.,. 5.3., .5.5., .6.0., 61,  100  Davies,
Alex M............................. ........ ................ 107  Davis,
Don A. ......................... .......................... ......1.0 9,
132  Davis, Donald R ....................... ........................ 100 
Davis, Janice L...................... .................... 100  Day, Arthur
E............................. ..... .................. 107  DeBruler, Fred
M............................................. 32, 33, 35, 53, 85  DeFehr,
Dolores F.......................... ........... ..5.2, 108  Deneui, Marie
L............... ....................... .... ...... 85  D enton, D aniel
..............................................................
.............. 72  Desmul, Lyle H........................... ............
....... 107  D)eVries, Blossom E
.................................................................. 10 
Dewar, Rose Mary......................... ....................61.,. .6 3,
92  Dews, Roger N....... ............................. 52, 54, 108
I)eYoung, Albert J......................... .................. 85  Diambri,
William ................................ .......... 58, 100  Dickinson,
Shirley A ......................6.1.,. 65.,. 6.9., .7.0.,.
.1.09...............  Dillon, Gerry ........ .......................
...........61, 66, 90, 92  D illon, Gail
........................................................... ........5.3 .,
61, 108, 137  D)ixon, L eR oy L
.........................................1.2.3..............................
 D odge. R on ......................................1..1.4,.1
.1.7........................  Donnelly, Dean
D.......................................108   Dorcy, Bernard
T.......................................100  Dorcy, Lesse
............................................ 107 Douglass,
Eileen..................... ............. 21, 101. 137  ouglass, Mahlon
.............. ................... ......... 63, 92  )oumit, Helen
M....................................................... 74, 100  ])oust, B
ud....................................................................................................l)owd,
George .... ............ ............ ............................ 102 
)owd, H arold .................................................
..........77.,. .1.01.........  D)owe, Charles
R................................108  D oy le, Joh n S
..................................... . ..........................
.9.9........  Dragseth, Rolf S........................................108 
)iver, B arbara
........................................1.08.....................................................
 Duerksen, Emerson
P..........................................................106  l)unn. Do
ris P .................................5.3.,
.55.....................................................  D unn, R obert B
.......................................107  D)uPraw, Jack 
...................................... ........... ..... 107  )Dyer,
Charles P............................ ......... ........... 20, 75 D y er,
R ae ............................................10.9........... ....  E 
Eager, Dave W
..........................................................................
107  Earl, George S ........................................ ..... 99  Eby,
Earlene Lee.................................................. 74, 98, 99,
134, 136  Eide, Joyce
L......................................................... 104  Eiford,
William R .............. ............... ..... ..... 108  Elbie, Mary E
................................ ..................2.1.,
..10.7..............................  E koes, Joanne
................................... .........1.0.8..
.........................  E lerding, Ira Jr...............
......................... .......................... ... 109  Elledge,
Willa C .............................. .......... 104  Ellington, Robert
.................................. 67, 92  Elliott, Irene M
.................................................. 22  Ellis, Charlotte
L.............................. ... . . ...................1.0.1  Ely,
William R .. --............................-..-..-..-
.....................1.01....  Emmerson, Carol Ann.........................
................ 108  Endersbe.
Dick.............................................................................................Engler,
A nna
L................................................................................
92  English, Eleanor...................................
.............................. ...... 39  Ensign,
Wayne.......................... ..................... ......... 29  Ensign,
W ayne Jr ...................................... 102  Ericsson, Roy 0
............................3.,. .9.2., ..12.8., . 129 Erickscn, Jim
A................... ....................................... . ........ 85 
Erickson, Fred E .............................................. 66, 101 
Erickson, Margaret
A...................................5.6..................................E
rick so n , B ob .........................................7..2..,  ..1
.0.9...................................  Ervin, Robert
E........................................101  Esbenshade, Wayne T
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F  Falknor, Molly............ ............................................
21, 65, 69  Farmer, Lynn P .................................6.2.,. 6.4.,
.1.0.1.................................  Favero,
Lillian.................................................................
23, 65, 106  Fehlhaber, Jean......................................61, 92 
Felton, Betty
..................................................................... 59,
102  Felton, Marilyn J......... ..................... ....... 106  Fenerly,
Thomay........................................................................62,
108  Fennell, Francis... ..................................... 106  Fenton,
Mary Lou. ........................................... ..........1 07 
Ferguson, Ann....................................... ... 107  Ferren,
Alice... ....................... 107  Ferris, Donald
A......................................... 19  Finnie, Delores
E........................................................... .....99, 135 F
isher, G racie .....................................04.,. .1.2.9...  Fitch,
Charles I............................... .............. .......... 20 
Fitzsimmons, Al.............................. .......... .......... 106 
Fjellman, Ray................................  ...... 70, 106  Flaherty,
Wayne.......................................101  Flakus, Gladys
M........................................ 62  Fletcher, Corinne J
.......................................1.0.5...........  Flint, Ke nneth A
....................................7.3.,. 9.2..............  Flockoi, Ray
M ................................. ...... 68 Flood, Beverly
Jean..........................................107  Flowers, Ila
Marie........................ ..................... . 107  Folquet, George
H.....................................106  Folsom, Beth
J.................................................................. 57, 59,
107  Fones, Truman E
......................................................... 98, 114, 117 
Forbes, Owen. ............................ ...
.................................. 85  Ford, Gordon M................
.............................. 52, 92, 73  Ford. Laura
....................................................... 101  Ford, Thornton
M.................... .......... 57, 85  Forhan, Bonnie Jo ...
...8..5............................  Forner, Murphy
M............................................107  F orseth, K enn eth
.......................................65.........................................
 Foster, K athleen . ....... ................53., .5.5., .6.6,.
.10.7..................  Foster, Vincent..................... ............
52, 102  Fourea, Vernon B....................................... 105  F ran
ks, John J.......................................10.2.,
..12.5........................................  Frazee, Frances
G............................. ............ 65, 69, 109  Frazier, Jack
E.......................................98, 114  Frazier, LaVon
.......................... ................................ 104 Freeberg,
Thyra M................................................. 107, 129 
Freehill. Maurice F ...................................... 22  Freeman,
Kathy .......................................... 85  French, Lois .
............................. 67, 90, 108, 137  French, M arjorie L
.................................... ................ 102  F ries, Sheila..
................................ 104  Frisbie, R aym ond .............
.......... .............. ............................. 92  G  G allm eyer,
R obert E. ..................................1.0.8...........  Garcia,
Ann...................................... 30  Garrison, William
L.........................................................103, 105, 126 
Gary, Ted E.............................. ..... .................... 85 
Gates, Bob ...................................................... 60, 106,
125  G ayda, F ran k M
...................................................... .92.,. .1.1.4.,
..12.6........  G eijsbeek, D onald
........................................1..0..1...........  Geijsbeek,
Samuel ................... ................................ 21, 108 
Gelder, Harvey
M............................................................22, 67 
George, Don
......................................1.0.2..............................................
 G eske, R obin
..........................................1.00........................... 
G illet, B ruce N ........................... .... ............. ...5.2.,.
108  Gillham, Helen L........................... .................. .......
22  Gillie, Paul J. ................
.....................6.6.................  G in sberg, Irw in A
.......................
.......................................................1 02  Glandin,
Frances ....................... ....... ................. 38 Gloman, Joe
M............................ ........... ........... 99  Goetz,
Walter....... ................................. 62, 101  Golly, K athleen
..................................6.5.,. 6.9., ..85....................  G
oodell, D on W
.......................................1.0.2....................................................
 Goodfellow, Art. ....................... .............
..................... 72  Gordon, Beverly J.............................
......... 65, 69, 107  Graham, John .................... .............
............. 85  G ragg, G eorgia P .......................
................................................ .. 22  Graves,
Patricia............................... ......65, 70  Green. Thomas  W
.......................................60, 90, 120, 121, 122  Green, Wally
........................................................ 103, 107, 121, 123
 Gregory, Elizabeth.. ................................ 15, 23  Grocott,
Dave ............................... 53, 63, 99, 102, 126  Groff, Glen
A.........................10....... .... 104  Gruett, Robert
......................................... ........... ......... .... 108 
Gudbranson, Larry ......................................... .......... 101 
Gwynn, Shirley
J......................................1.0.6...........................................53,
 H  H agen,
Louella..................................................................1.0.8.......................
 H aggard, W . W .........................................1.7.,.
4.5...............................  Halderman, Mary Jean
.................................................................. 106 
Hale, Phyllis B......................................... 108  Hale, 
William
L.....................................................................................102
 Hamer, Shirley................... . . .. ............................ ....
101  Hamilton, Dorothy E...................................... 85  Hammer,
Donald I ..................................6.4.,.
9.2.........................................  Hammer Irwin A
.................................2.3......................................................
 H anford, John C ................. . ............. ......9.2..... 
Hankins, Ellis K ............................................ 108 
IHankins, George F- --
........................................................ 52  Hanna,
Arne.................. .......................... 99  Ilannaford, J. Bruce
.......... ................................. ..... 104  Hannon, Jo Ann
................................... ............ ....... -- 101  Hanowell,
George W ............ ............. .. 99  Hansen, Philip A ..
................................ 64, 90, 93 Hansen, Richard A..
.................................................................... 109 
Page one hundred forty Hanson, Beverly
........................................ 93  Harbison, Barbara
....................................................................... 107
 Harcus, Frances............... .................. 74 Hardy, Howard
..................... 38  Harriman, Herb C .
...................................... 100  Harrington, Paul
....................... ....................... 99  Harris, Cecil
B............................... .................... 108  Harris, Al
................... ... ................. 101, 114, 118  H arris, Frances
............................................ 52, 93, 101 Harris, Janet
.................... ........ ............. 53, 55, 100  Harrison, Phyllis
M........................... ...............  107  Harrison, Shirley
.................................... 49, 60, 76, 93, 137  Hart, Robert
............................................ 89  Hash, Norman
L.............................................103, 107, 114, 115, 118, 125 
Hawk, Donald ................................ ................. .... 106  H
aw k, Raym ond F....................................... .............. ...
18  Hawkins, Donald J ..................................................
101 H aw kins, D orothy M
.........................................................................
52, 106  H ayes, B onnie L
................................................................................
61, 102  Hayes, Clyde ................................. ...... 85  Hays,
Charlie A............................................ 85  Hays, George
.................................... ...... 38  Hays, James
.................................... . 64, 93  Hazeldine, Glenna M .
.......... .................. 69, 74, 101  H earsey, H erbert R
....................................... .................... 28  H ecker, R
onald.........................................................102 
Heimberger, Virgil
G......................................................... 85, 112, 123 
Heller, Darlene J .................................................. 107 
HI errick, M ildred ........................... ... .. ...
............................  28, 60  Ilerrold, M ary .......
..................... ................... .............. 59, 64, 100  Hess,
George
W...........................................................................65,
69, 108  I-less, Meredith
....................................................... 53, 60, 76, 93 
Hetherington, Jack ................................................. 72,
130, 132  Hl ickenbottom , E ddie 0 .....................................
.................. ........ 93, 99  Hickenbottom, Patricia A...
........................ ..... 52, 54, 100  Hl ickok, D onald E
....................................... ......................... .....123 
Hicks, Arthur C ................................ .... ......... 23, 45, 66 
H ill, John C
..............................................................................
77, 99  Hill, Rowland ...............................
...................... 99  Hillard, George W
........................................ 101 Hilton, Joseph
C........................................................................106
 Hinderman, George .......................................................
107, 114, 125, 126  Hinthorne,
Jeanne....................................... 53, 54, 93  Hoag, Doris
M.........................................................................................
86  Hodde, Kathlyn................ ................. ........... 86 
Hodges, Barbara .................................................. 53, 55,
59, 60, 76, 101  Hoehne, LeRoy W . .....................................
100  Hofman, Dale E . ...................................67, 104  Hofman,
Pearl ........................................... ........................
1, 71, 99  Hofman, Tim ............................... .
..................... 104  Hl looggaann, , JDiD ww aaiinn. . ... F ".
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.......... ......2.1.., . .110066 Hoglund, Eric ..........
.................... ............ 53, 73  Holbrook, Wyckliffe H
................................................................. 109, 123 
Holeman, Wes ........................................ ...... 64, 73, 93  H
olland, M ark ......................................................... 64 
H olt, Shirley A
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53, 107  Honcoop, Marie .........................................  104 
Honsinger, Frank B.................................. ........... .77, 93 
Hoof, Bruce F................ ....................... .......... 66, 67,
105  Hoppe, Victor H......................................... 23  Hoppe,
Russ ....................................................... 86  Hopper,
Elizabeth ................... ................. ............ 23 Horman,
Burton L.............. ............................................ 69 
Horn, Richard G.......................... ................. .... 52, 107 
Houglum, Charles ............. .............. ................... 52, 53 
House, Madelyn H............................. 61, 63, 64, 93, 129  Hovde,
Annis J ............................. ............ .............. .. 23
Howard, Alvin W ..................... ...................... ..... 89 
Howell, Richard.............. ...........................................
86  Hubbard, Roger L................ ....................... ...........
49, 93  Hubby, Robert C. ................................... 67, 108 
Hudgens, Erwin W ...................................... 07  H udson, L 
eonard G
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86  Hudson, Lorna M . .................................. 108, 136  H u gh
es, B ob ........................................
............................................. 101  H ughes. V ictor C
................................... .... .............................. 
..49, 125  Hughto, Don ....................................... ............
... 107  H u lb ert, B ob F
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60, 100  H ulbert, M argaret
....................................................... 93  Huleatt, Glen F
...................................... ........................... .......
109  HIume, Patricia ............................. 21, 74, 93, 129  Hunt,
Bertha ............................................ 108  Hunt. Bobby W
....................................... 73, 93  H unt, Leslie
....................................... ....... ...... 23  H unt, T hom as
F ......................................
........................................... 23  Huntley, Donald
................... ................................. 66, 108  Huntley, 
Richard
...................................................................... 114,
131  Hurd, Henry S....................................... 23  Hlurlbut,
Jackie 107,...1..3.7.................  Inge, Marian
D....................................................... ...............8 6
 Ingersoll, Robert ............................................ ....... 38 
Irish, Donald P.......................................14, 24, 62  Irvin,
Joanne E..................................................
................... ...... 104  Isom, Jessie
M....................................................... 51, 103, 109, 134 
Jacoby, Junette D....................................... 99  James, Bessie
B....................................................33, 53, 66, 93  James,
Marion C.........................................53, 55, 60, 102, 136 
Jenkins, Joseph E ..................... .......... ..........
.................................. 108  Jensen, Jack
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Jensen, Mary Ellen
.................................................................................
86  Jerstedt, Robert.....................101..........  Jewell, Earle
D.................................................. ...... .......... 63
Johnson, Clifford ....................................
....................................... 86  Johnson, Clifton A ..........
.................................. 86  Johnson, Delores A. ..
......................................... ........ 55  Johnson, Eileen
...... .. ............................... 61, 101  Johnson, E lizabeth A
....................................... .............................. 101 
Johnson, Eugene W .
...................................................................... 86
Johnson, Gene A....................... . .................... 77, 93 
Johnson, Grace F
.................................................................... 66, 93
 Johnson, Helen I... .............. ............... 51, 101 Johnson, lone M
....................................... ..................................
100  Johnson, Leslie M
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20, 100  Johnson, Mary Anne ................................. ...........
53, 106  Johnson, Mary Ellen ................................... 109 
Johnson, Nancy 7.4.,. ...1..0..4...................  Johnson, Robert K
............................. ................. 86  Johnson, Shirley
...............................................
.................................... 30  Johnson, Vivian .............. ..
.... ..... 24, 45   Johnston, Edgar ..
............................................................ 86  Johnston,
N eil M ....... .....................................
.......................... 57, 62, 93  Johnston, Stewart A
.............................. ........ 14, 24, 67  Jones, William
B...................................... 56  Jovanovich, Marie......
............ ............... 104   Julien, E lizabeth
J.......................................................................................104
 Julin , Sigrid K . M
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9..... .  K  Kass, Ronald
B............................................................ ... ......
104  K aiser, W illiam F .
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102  Kangley, Lucy......................
.................................... 24, 33  K allberg,
Donald.......................................... ........... 77  K arason,
H alldor C ...... ......... .................................. 86 
Karnofski, Jerry ........................................................
86, 114, 117, 125  K arsten, E
nid....................................................... 28  K aster, M
arilyn J. ................. ........ ............... ....................
105  Kaulum,
Keith............................................................................................108
 Kearns, Donald
C............................................................. 52, 108, 129
 Kearns, William
L............................................................... 52, 93 
Keaton, Chuck ...........................................................
... 75 103, 106, 134  Keehr, Wallace W.............. ..... 49, 60, 63, 77,
83, 86, 114, 117  Kellar, Joyce
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65, 105  K elly, Jack
R.................................................................................................
75  K elly, Sam uel P
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101  K elsey , R u th
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24  K em p, W illiam
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86  Kent, Lois
King............................................................................4,
39, 86  Kent, James .. ................................... 33, 114, 116  K
ern, G eorge H
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............ 101  K eyes, W illiam C
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..............123  Kilander, Lois
J.......................................53, 100  K ing, D ick
....................... .............. ............... ......... 52, 104  K
ing , E dgar M .........................................................
.............. ................. 86  King, George W 
....................................... 06  K ing, Jeannine M
.......................................................................
......... 99, 104  King, Robert H. J ...... ..................
............. 100  K ingsley, M
arjorie...........................................................................
...... 31, 38  Kink, Mitchell A................... ................ 60, 112
 Kinsman, Priscilla ... .............................. ............. 24 
Kirby, Flora
B....................................................................53,
55, 62, 100  K irkpatrick, Florence ............................... .....
..................... 24  Kloes, Harold E ..................... .......
........ 77, 109. 114, 118  Knapman, Fred W.......................14, 22,
24, 45, 46  Knapp, Erwin E..... .. ...................... ...6..6, 75 
Knight, Frank
......................................................................................
.. 99..., 101  Knowles, Joanne.......................... .... ... 39, 49,
59, 60, 93  Knowles, Sharon Lou
............................................................. ..... 69 
Knudson, Louise B. ........................ ................. 104  Knutzen,
Morrie ............................................................. 93 
Kordal, Reuben ...... .... ................. ............. 104  K orhel, A
udrey
.......................................................................................
76, 93 Krogh, Kenneth A....................................................
86  Krohn, Richard R .......................
................................. 72, 106  Kucera, Larry
..................................... .... 99  K u der, M . S
..................................................................................................
18  K ugel, G il...................................
......................... .....................................75, 86 
Kuhns, Paul M........ . ........................... 67, 105  Kuljis,
Steve.................... .................................. ............
125  Kurl, Frances .......................................
........................ 107  K ynell, Jam es
...................................... 107  LaFond, James R
..................................................................................
49, 101  Lahti, Arnold..................................... 38  Lallas,
John T... . ...................... .......... 104  Lamp, Barbara
........................................ 93  Landahl, Lillian M
.............................................. 104  Lane, Howard
.............. ................ 87  Lang, Harriet R
....................................... 60, 63, 94, 135  L angdon, D avid A
.................................................... 94  L ange, V irginia
...................................................................................
60, 102  Langill, Gene..................................53, 108  L anglow ,
E laine .....................................................
..............107  Lapp, F. Jay..................................... ..
.... 87  Lappenbusch, Charles F ....... ............................ 24,
118  Larrick, Donald
E..................................................................108, 114
Larsen, Donn.............................................. 67, 100  Larson,
A lice M ............................................. ... ... 87  Larson,
Howard K................................... ....... 49, 63, 94  Larson,
Lois V .......... .......................... 52, 108  L arsson, A
rtis.................................................................101 
Laughlin, Olive..... .................. ............ 66  Lavender, John C.
..................... ........ ........ 107  L axdall, D an W
.................................... ... ....................... 101  Leaf,
Christine...................... . ........... 31  Leaf, H elen M
................................................................................
64, 66, 104  Ledbetter, Grover
...........................................................................
63, 90, 94  Leiman, John...................
................................ 25  Lenihan, Katherine ..............
.......................... 74, 98, 134  Lennart, Marilyn J.... ............
........... 64, 99  L enning, B ob..........................
................................ 101  Lepeska, Bernie .....
....................... 63, 71, 144  Leque, Neil
M........................................56, 100  L ew is, A
lice......................................................104  L iedtke,
John A .................................................................
........ ... 25  Lillibridge, Leonard P..........................
.......................... .... 87  Limibacher, Joan P...... .
........................... 104  Lindbloom,
Mel................................... 49, 60, 63, 90, 114, 116  Lindell,
Carl
.................................................................................................
.. 99  Lindstrom, Shirley................................. 94  Little,
Robert ........ .
........................................................... 107 Little,
Betty ...... .... ........... ......................... 108  Littleton,
Barbara... .. .... ......................................106  Lloyd,
Jeraine A.................................. ......... 21, 101, 129  L ong,
F red............................................ ............. 126 
Longan, Joseph........... ................ .... ................ 61  L 
ongdal, Peter.................................. ........ ....
............... 29  Loreen, Ernie
T....................................................53, 104  Love, Bob
.............................................. ........ 99  L oveless,
Chick....................................................106  Ludens,
Joanne H....................................67, 104  Lundgren, Bonnie B.
............ ....................104  Lundgren, Ethel
........................................ 64 Lundstrom, Elmer
................................ 52, 109  Lunger, Gale
........................................ 106  Lusterm  an, Paul
............................................................................................
25  Lutro, Margaret E ................................. 59, 60, 61, 87  M 
MacDermott, Harold .................................. 87  Macdonald, Hurley
A .......................................................... 106 
MacKinnon, Margaret................................ 31 Madsen, Maxine
.................. ......................108  Magnuson, A
......................................................................................
62, 66, 94  Magruder, Lloyd W....... ................. ....... 94  Maloney,
James J................................................. ... 94  Maloney,
Thomas R
..........................................................................
99  M anner, E dith L
...........................................................................................
106  Mapes, Edwin A........................ ................... 104 
Markworth, Carl Jr................................................ 52, 53,
55, 57, 106  Marmon, Elva L
.............................................................................................
94  Martell, Stanley.................................. 99  M artinsen. W
esley ................................... . ...... .. ... ........ 94
Martin, Joe ........................ ............................... ...
125  M aser, G
eorge......................................................................36,
61, 67, 71, 99  Mastor, Ted J ......................... ............. 106 
M atheny, Glade .................................. . ................ 77,
104  Mathes, H. Bernard........................... ........................
99  Matthews, Barbara Jean ......... ......................... 90, 91 
Matthews, Vern D ...............................
............................................ 37  Matsen, Gene
E.................................................. .... 66  M cA rthur, A
va M ..
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136  M cC lane, Joan
.........................................9.4......................................................
 McClure, Dick ...... ........ ........................ 104  McCormick,
Marian L......................... .............. 64, 100  McCrorie, Gladys
..................................... ....... ..... 74, 108  McCullem
Cliff.. .................. ......... 58, 90, 94, 125 McDonald, Clyde
W............. ........................................ 14, 19, 120 
McDonald, Davis .............. ........... 25, 63  McFadden, David
.................................................. ....... 67, 105  M
cGhee, Robert
L.....................................................................
............ 52  McGovern, Polly ...............
............................. 22, 109  McGregor, Maxine
..................................... 108  McInnes, Barbara
M..............................................53, 60, 63, 94  McInnes,
Charles R....... ................................ 108  M cInnes, D ouglas
..................................................... 104  McInnes, Ruby
D..... ........ ..... .... ............ 25  McIntosh, Bernard H ..........
....................... ..... 22, 94  M cIntosh, Sarah
J........................................................................................
62  McIntyre, Neva
Marie..........................................................51, 101 
McKinney, June Carol.. .............................. 90, 94  M cLachlan,
Calvin W
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52  McLane, Dorothy ............................... ...7, 59, 60, 64, 76,
94  M cL ane, R ay W
..........................................................................................
106  McLeod, Betty ............................................. .........
94  M cLeod, June ................................. ....
............................... 25, 61  McLeod, Thomas
....................................... 02  M cL in , Jack T
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73, 10  M cM illan,
Eileen..........................................................................................
25  McMullen,
Don...................................................................56,
62, 72, 105  McStott, Jack R............ ...... 60, 98, 100, 114, 117, 125 
Medley, Lynn
.............................................................................................
94  M  eiers, Clayton E.......................
............................................ .......... 73, 94  M eissner,
V ernon D
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128  Melaglia, Carolyn
L.....................................................................74,
106  Merrick, Nancy ................. ......... ...... 61, 69, 70, 94 
Merriman, Pearl
............................................................... ..1.5, 25 
Merz, Bette R......... ........................................ 94  Messer,
Joyce I
...............................................................................
102 135  M essinger, Charles D
............................................................... 66 75, 104 
M euler, Joyce...................................
............................. 51, 102  Meyer, William
F.............................................................................
94  M iles, Shirley
J....................................................................................
106  Millar, Bernice S
........................................................................ 87
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M iller, J a ck
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....5.3 , 98  Mills, Bob C-..................--..  ---- ... 99  M ilton,
George A.............................6.2., .6.5., .6.9.,
..10.8....................52,  M inahan, D on............................
.... ..................... .........1.0.2  M iner, Doris I'Lee
...................................... 107 Miskimens,
Al......................... ..... ................ 103, 104  Mitchell,
James C .................... ............... 52, 106  M joen, E sther M
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.9.5.................................  M ohn, Thorleif R
......................................9.5..............................................
 M on roy , R oss
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.. 52  M oore, Jerry T.......................................
.............. ...... ..7.5.......  M organ, Ke ith E
......................................1.0.4..............  Morell, Herbert
....................................66  Morrison, Marilyn..
.....................................103, 106, 134, 136  M orton, Bill
.............. ........................ 20, 33, 95  Mosier, Donelle...
............................... 102  Moulton, Ray M.................. ....
.......... ...114, 116  Mowat, Jack................ .....1.0.8....  M
ueller,
Donald..............................................................................104
 Muffley, Marjorie...................... ..... ............... 25  Munden,
Joyce G .................................. 52, 66, 77, 105, 137  M urphy, R
obert .......................................1.0.9...........  Murray,
Bobby.............................. ..... 60, 87  Murray, Keith
A............................... 14, 26, 33, 66  M yre, E arl N
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.... 95  Myrvang, Lloyd M .................9.5.....................  N 
Nason, Albert ..................................... 87  N  attrass, M
arion............................................................
.........9 9  Nay, Mary B
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108  N elon, V ance
J....................................................107  Nelson, Barbara
.................................... 105  Nelson, Dolaine 
............................... .. ...... 53, 55, 104  N elson, Do n K.
............................................. .....9.9.  N elson, Du ane G.
.......................................................... .21., ..53.,
..10.5..........  Nelson, Edward N...... .................. ...............
63, 95  Nelson, Mae L................................... ... ........... 76
 N ess, C larence R ......................... ........................
..9..5  N ess, M argery T
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.8 7  N ew ell, V olney B
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N icholls, G ordon L
.....................................1.0.2..............  Niegemann, Robert
H.........................90., ..95., ..1.14.,. .11.6............60, 
Nielsen, Russel E............... ........................ 106   Nienela,
Katherine ....... ... ...... ........... 61, 65, 102  Nordby, Lawrence J
......................... ........ ........... 57, 95  Nordtvedt, Ernie
.....................................1.0.4............................................
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.1.25........................  N orm an, P aul E...
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Norton, Mildred................................... 95  N ye, G ene D
...........................................7.5........................................................
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Oberkotter, Marian A....................................................
76, 87  O'Brien, James H........................ ................ ......
14, 26  O dell, Chuck........................................7.7,.
.1.0.6......................................  O dom , Evelyn
........................................... ........... 27  O'Donnell, John
A.............................................. .. 73, 106 Ogden, Floyd..
.................. ..................1 02, 125  O h ls, B arb ara J
.......................................1.0.8....................................................
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106  Olsen, Roald E............................. ............2.3.,.
10.5.......  Olson, David ........
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.................................... ............ ........ .. 55 Olson,
Oscar
E........................................................................
......... 105  O m an, M ary-A nn
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Orrenm aa, A llan J........................................
.87............................................  Orser, Dave
A...................................... ...... ....... 100  O rth , L ou is
 W ...................................................
.8.7.......................................  O slin , D esm on d
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.9.9.............  Oswald, Bob L....................................... 66 
Oswold, Tom ........................................ ..... 60, 98, 99, 121,
123  O tten, R ay E ......................................7.5.,.
1.0.8...........  Overdorff, D elores M
.............................1.0.6...
.13.6.................................  Owen, Suda Jeanne
.................................. 57, 87  P  Pabst, Marie B......
...........................2.6.,. .59., ..63.........................  P
ackard, R ichard A
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agels, G uerd G ..................................3.2., .3.3.,
.8.7.....................................  Pagels, H arry P
....................................4.8.,. 1.02............  Pagels, Mary
.................. ..... .... 110066.........  Parker,
Beverly................................................
.9.5..................  Parent, Agnes
I....................................105  Partlow, Hal G
............................... .......  87, 114, 116, 125  Pasley, Bonnie
Y ......................................................................
1.0 5  Paton, Jean  E
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.........................1.0.3.,.1 .21., ..12.2.,
..12.5.....................  P attison, A .............................
.......... ........... ........ ..6.6...  Pauls, Doris
................................ .......... 53, 55, 99, 136  Peach, Robert
G...................................... ..... ............... 53, 99 
Pearmain, Eileen ............................... 69, 105  P earson , A l
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. E ric ..................................
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................................3.3.,.4 8.,. .6.0.,
.6.4..................................  P eck , M irian L
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.2.7.............................................  Peter,
Mildred.............................. ............. ....... 53, 105 
Peters, Marjorie ....................................... 102  P eters, W
ilm a E ......................................1.0.6.............. Peterson,
Donld S............................... ........ 26, 3, 73, 95  Peterson,
Jack V ....................................................... .....1 08 
Page one hundred forty-two  Peterson, Norval D..........................
........... 75, 105  Peterson, Roland .............--............. ... .
... 53  Peterson, Roy S............................... ......... 101, 114,
118  Peterson, Stanley .................................. 60, 98, 102, 121,
 122, 123  Peterson, Wes ............................
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......------------------.............-----............ 106  Philbrick,
Bruce L......................................104  Phillips, Bob
L....................................108  P hillips, R ay
L...................... .......................... ............ 88 
Philpott, Tom B......................... .................
.................. 105  Phinney, Tom .....................................
104 Phipps, Genevieve ................ ............. ....... 101  Piatt,
Helen................................................59, 60, 64, 102, 103,
137  Pickett, Doris .................................... 52, 103  Pierson,
Dale.................................... .................... 95  P ill,
John J....................................... ................. 100 Pilon,
Melvin..................................... 53  Pinard, Gloria D
................................................. ...... 88  P innell, R
obert A ...................................................... 99  P latt,
R uth E ........... ................. ... .................................
...... 26  Plympton, Hazel J ................................ ....... 26,
45  Poe, Thomas J . ...................... .. .... ................... 48,
90, 95, 114, 116  Pollman, Jean E.......................................
........... .... 105  Polsin, John ......................................
29  Poore, Kenneth C ................................. ....... 100  Porter,
John A.......... ................... 26  Portenor, Esther M
.................. ................................  105  Powers,
Lorraine.............. ........ ......... 19, 59, 45, 63  Pratt, Wallace
W............................ ........... .....104  P rice, G eorge O
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 P rice, W ilbur M .................................................... 88,
125  Price, William ..................................... 102  Prigg, L
arry E............................................. .......... 95  Privat,
Jim............................................................... .. 
............ 106  Puckett, Eugenia L. .......... ..................... 105 
Punches, Frank N...................................  26  Putnam , D orice A
....................................... 65, 69, 105  Q  Quam, David
.................................. .................... 90  Q uinlan, Joyce
N ..................... ........................................ 95  R 
Radcliffe, Bill....................................33, 88  Rahm, Einar
K................................. 63, 66  Rahm, Lloyd
................................ ............. 52, 53, 55, 107  R a ir d on
, D on a ld A .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . .................... . .
. . . . . . . . . . ...6 6 , 8 8  Rairdon, W . Robert
................................... .... . ... ........ 61,  88  R ank, E
lizabeth A ......................................
................................. 95  Rankin, Loren A
....................................... ....49, 61, 63, 95, 100  R a s m u
s s e n , R o n ................................... . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 7 3  Raun, Helga L........................
..................................... 97  Ravenhorst, Richard
........................................ 52, 99, 103, 120, 121, 122 
Ravnik, Al.................. . ... 7777............. Rawlinson, Maureen
G....................................................................109 
Raynes, Jean.... .................................... ..... .... ........
...... 97  Reddick, Madeline J......... ......................... 105
Redmond, Catherine ............................................ 59, 60, 63,
67, 95, 135  Reeck, Charlotte ........... . ................. ....
..................... 88  Reeck, Merlin
A......................................................... 88, 129  R eese,
M arily n .............................................
............................................. 105  Reese, Pearl .
.............. .. ............... 28  Regan, Eugene E-
........................ 88  Regier, Bernard W
.............................................. ......... . 26, 45, 53  Reim
er, H annah ................................ 38 Reinholt,
Donna.......................... ......... ............. 61  Reym an, Lois G
............................... 05..... Reynolds,
Stan........................ ................... 99  Rice, Charles
M............................................................26, 45 
Richardson, Roy .................... ............ ......... 98, 114  R
iddell, R obert E ............................................ 126  R
idenaur, D . Glenn ...................................  ....... ....... 105
 Ries, Violet E........................................... ............100,
135, 136  R ighi, A
ngelo.........................................................108  Rimpler,
Marillyn... . ..................................... 98, 99 Rinearson, Linda
Lou ..................................... 61  R itchie, L ucille L
....................................... .................................
....... 99  Roberts, Jim ..................................... .... .. ....
96  R obertson, A lice A  .......................................
................................. 108  R obertson, B ob
.......................................................100  Robbins, Alice
............................... ...... 49, 60, 76, 95, 137 Robbins, Dorothy
........................................62, 64, 76, 99  Robbins, Eugene F
............................... ....................................... 52 
Robbins, Joe
.........................................................................
.... 58, 105  R obison, D
ick..................................................62, 63, 99  Rockey,
Babette L....................... .....  .................. 61, 88  Rockey,
Edw ard.......................................................... .. 108  R
odenberger, R obert.......................................................
................ 99  R odgers, R uby E
.................................................... 57, 88  Rogers,
Charles H
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88  Rogers, H enry E....... ........ ....................... .............
72, 105  Roser, Pauline E................................... 21, 60, 61,
66, 96  Ross, A lan J.... ...................... ... ...................
26,.33  Ross, Thomas (Jack) ............ ..................... 60, 88, 120,
121, 122, 132  Row and,
Leroy................................................ .... 88, 96  Rowe,
Bob.... ... ........ .................. ..... 52, 5533,, 110011-  Rudes,
George A. Sr .......................... ................. 62, 99  R udes, 
G ladys M ....................................... ................ 62 
Ruggles, Annette L ............. .......................... 62, 96, 135 
Runestrand, Art.....................................49, 53, 63, 90, 96  R
ussell, B ert ........................... ..... . ...
........................1 02  Russell, Jeff R..........................
..... ........... .... 126  R  ussell, K enneth
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S  Safsten, R obert G ....................................... .. 70, 71,
99, 144  Salmon, Elizabeth A ........................ .....................
106  Salsgiver, Gerald ................................ 58, 60, 98, 100,
112, 114, 118  Sams, Ernie ........................................ 31 
Samuelson, Lola J
..................................................................
............... 49  Sanders,
Dick............................................................ 21, 53,
54, 64, 100  Sandness, Doris M .
............................................................... 100 
Sanford, Jam es S.............................................. 38 Sanstad,
Gordon P.................... ...................6 2, 88  Sanstad, M argaret
........................................ ........................... .....
96  Sarvis, Robert
E...........................................................................................
88  Saueressig, B ernie B
...................................................106  Savage, Lonna
M..............................................................................106
 Saw yer, M aureen ............................................ 105  S a y
a n , D on ................................................................
.......... 56, 99  Schafer, Lorraine
M.............................................. ........ 107  Schaffert,
Sophia E............ ................................. 26, 63, 67, 96  S ch
eel, M ich ael F
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105  Schmidt, Fred
.....................................................................................
106  Schols, Robert P....................................................
............. 73, 104, 123  Schouw eiler, Jenelle
I....................................... .... .... .. 105  Schultz, Carl
............................................................................................
96, 101  Scoll, Robert
J...........................................................98, 100, 114,
117, 125  Scott, Ray ........... .............................60, 98, 120,
121  Scott, R obert W .............................. .......
........................................... 62  Scott, Thom as E
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64, 88  Sealander, Jean M.....................................49, 52, 59,
60, 61, 64, 66, 98  Seelye, Jean
F...............................................................................60,
90, 96  Senn, Earl W................................... 
.............................125  Sensenbrenner, Joanne
.............................................. 105  Shahan,
Pat............................................................................................105
 Shannon, Geralyn L....................................... 21, 61, 66, 96 
Shannon, William
..........................................................................
60, 126  Shearer, Ron ................
.................................................................. 99 
Sheldon, L. Edward .................................. 88 Shephard, Jean
.....................................................................................
27  Shreve, Richard M
..............................................................................
101  Shugard, Helene
A.................................................................103, 105 
Shumate, Harriet I .....................................
................................... 104  Sibley, Gaynelle
E..............................................................................105
 Sigurdson, John ....................... .................... 99 
Silverman, Robert J
............................................................................
77 Simonson, Barbara J
..........................................................................
.... 100  Simonson. David ........................................ 106 
Simoz, Albert.... .............. ................... 107  Simpson, Cliff
.........................................................................................
125  Sinclair. Jack
......................................................................................
88  Sines, Clyde W ...................................... ........... .
............. 52, 105  Sires, Donald J....... ................... 52, 54,
104 Sisk, Ethelyn
............................................................................................
31  Sjolund, Eunice I. .................... .................. 105  Skeen,
Bearnice .................................... 27  Skov,
Milton............................................................................................105
 Slagle, Hugh D...... ..... ....... .. .............. 96  Slater, Charles B
...........................................................................
104  Slotemaker, Arlene
.................................................................... 49,
59, 68, 99  Slovek, Lawrence J
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90, 132  Smiley, Jack
...................................................................................
72, 106  Smith, Alice
J......................................................................................
96  Sm ith, Clarice N
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53, 55, 102  Smithey, Walter .................. ................ 101 
Smith, David A....... ................................98, 114  Smith,
Donald
W...................................................................................126
 Smith, Gordon E......... ............. ............................ 58,
63, 96, 125  Smith, Gordon
F.................................................................. 131
Smith, Harold
..............................................................................
130  Smith, James A.... . .................. .............67, 100  Smith,
James B...... .............................. 99  Sm ith, Lorna
...........................................................................................
21, 101  Smith, Nancy ...................................... 31  Smith,
Patricia ........................................ 106  Smith, Perram D
.................................................................. 106  Sm
ith, R ichard H
................................................................................
104, 114  Smith, Wayne J
..............................................................................
66, 105  Smith, Wilma W .............................. ........ 104 
Sneddon. Marglen ..........
...................................................... 96, 136  S n ow , M
iria m
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............ . 28  Snudden, Barbara A ..................
............................... 107  Snyder, Dick.
.................................... 38  Soderstrom,
Ruth............................................7, 49, 53, 59, 60, 63, 76,
96  Solomon, Eleanor J......................................... .........
.. 106  Somers, Patricia
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65, 69, 106  Sorensen, Barbara, J
............................................................. 105, 136 
Sorensen, H eine
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.................. 96  Sparks, Maxine... ... ... .................
......... 104  Spearin, Ruth.
...................................................... ......... 27 
Sperry, George... ................... ............... 29  Spoelstra,
Annette ........................................ ............... 105 
Springer, Tom D........................... ............ 105, 123 
Staffanson, Ellen .................................. 105  Stam atis,
Shirley C .......................................
............................. 96, 136  Stark, Kenneth
I................................................................................104
 Starr, Jerry F.......................................90, 120, 121, 122 
Stearns, Keith E
.................................................................... 65,
66, 69, 99 Steinbrunner, JoAnn .... ......................... 100  Stephan,
Larry...................................98, 121, 122 Stephens, A lberta E
................................................. 74, 104  Stevens, B
arbara...............................................53, 102  Stevens,
Martha E........................................
................................. 105  Stevenson, R osem ary
................................ ............
..............................  105  Stewart, Betty
.................................... 99  Stewart, Gilbert
..................................................... .... 98, 100, 114,
116  Stim pson, F rank ....................................................
31  Stocking, Lora A
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63, 65, 100  Stone, F annylu
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74, 108, 136  S ton er, B
ill................................................................................................73,
102  Stout, Lee ....................................... 112, 114, 117, 125 
Stout, N orm a E..................................................53, 55,
88  Stradley, Willard
J.....................................................................................89
 Strange, Edith R................................... 27  Strons, D orothy R
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76, 106  Stuart, K
eith....................................................................................................
53  Sullivan, Dan ............................ .............. ..... 103,
107  Sutherland, G eorge W .......................................
........................ 130  Sullivan , G loria
...................................................... 107  Sundeen,
Janet.. .......... . ............................................ 89 
Sundstrom, John E ..................................... 52, 66, 96
Sundquist, Leona ................................... 27  Su tton , F razier
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57, 107  S utton , R on ald C
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77, 99  Svidran, A rt.
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60, 114, 126  Swan, Norma
Jean.................................................................54,
60, 61, 96  Swank, Robert W ......................................
................................... 106  Sw ank, Shirley J................
......... ........................................... 53, 57, 89  Swanson,
Arlene E ........................................................... 60,
61, 76, 83, 89  Swanson, Keith ........................................ 20,
96  Sylten, Joanne L ....................................... ............
....................... .... 00  Symonds, Bruce
.................................................... 105  Sym onds, M
argaret ................................................ 96  T Tait,
Donald...........................................................................................105
 T ay lor, P au lin e C
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61  Taylor, Thomas T ....................................... 103, 114. 117,
125  Teichroew, Mary Ann
............................................................. 49, 60, 89 
Terrell, Robert J
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105  Terrey, John N....................................... 106 Tesdall,
Robert E
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106  Teter, Darwin R
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101  Thiessen, Kenneth
W............................................................64, 67, 96 
Thom as, Cec C
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65, 68, 101  Thomas, Mary Lou ..........................  ......... 100,
135, 136  Thompson, Alice .............. 552..,. ...6..4..,. ..7..6..,.
103, 105  Thompson, Bill .............. .......................... 73  T
hom pson, D w an ..............................................
............................. 105, 135  Thompson, Harvey
........................................ ........ ..............101  Thom
pson, Stanton
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96, 129  Thorlakson, Donald G.......................
................................. 53, 105  Thorneycroft, Donald E
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104  Thornton, II. Marion ...................................... 56, 60,
63, 71, 89. 114, 117  Threlkeld, Phyllis
I......................................................................53,
57, 96  Threlkeld, Sylvia E .........................
........................................ 66  Threlkeld. Willard
.................. ......................66, 97  T h u n , B ob b ie
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99  T hurston , Jam es G
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99, 123  T iffan y , W arren
I..............................................................
....................... 64  Tilton, Bryce
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99  Tincker, James M
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108  Titus, Glenn
L...............................................................................
66, 105  Tom ehalk. Dick V
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104  Torrea, Verner
B..................................................................................125
 Toth, Jess Frank....................
................................................................. 97  T rem
ain, M ildred ............................................................
31  Tripp, Winton P. ............ .97141...............97, 114, 118 True,
Earl C...................... ...................................... 100  T
rued, C lifton E .......................................
................................... 105  T urek , E d w ard
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................... 97  Tyler, Donald .....................................
73  Ullin, Anna...................................... 27 Underwood, Zoe
.................................... 97  Urie, Howard
..................................... 107  V  Vail, James A .
................................... 101  V alentine, R ichard W
.................................................. 100 V an A ver, A lbert
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27, 45  Van Cleve, Herbert ................................ ......... 77,
112, 130  V anderford, Floelle
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105, 129  Vaniman, Herb. .................................... 52 Van Rooy,
Dell M .....................................
................................. 89  Van Sinderen, Sidney ...............
......................... 89  Van Voorst, Donald
................................................... 126  V an W ingerden,
S.............................. .. ..................... .............. 89 
V an W oert, Coral E
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105  Van Wyck, Don.. .................................. 107  V arrelm an,
Ellen E .....................................
....................................... 104  Vezzetti, Josephine M ........
...................... 108  Vike, Gene E.................................
106, 125  Vinal, Lesley.................................. 27  Vine, Warren
S.............................................. 97  Vos, Sidney
......................................................... 99  Vradenburg,
Jeanne E.... .............................. 54, 105, 129 W  W addell, Jerry
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97 99  Waddilove, Lois
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66  Wahl, Mary
W......................................................................................107
 Wagness, Carolyn J..... ........................... ........ 105 
Wakefield, Marylu .................................. 61, 97  W alker, Jam
es D ....................................... 99  Wakelam, Robert E...
............................. .......99, 126  Wallace, Sharon..
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Welser, Beverly R ................................ .......... 97  Walser,
Herbert L............................................. .....97..... 
Walter, Don C.... ............... ......................... ..........27,
52  Walton, Donald E......................................................
89  Wanzer, Ernest
...................................................................................
104  Warrick, Glenn D....................................... 27 
Waterhouse, Stellarae ............................................ ... 97,
129, 135, 136  Waugaman, C. Dean.. .............................. 106 
Webb, Charlene .................................................... 59, 60,
76, 102, 129, 137  Weber, Al
....................................................................... 60,
77, 114, 117  Wefer, Norman D............................. ....... .....
52, 54, 99  W ells, G eraldine E ......................................
............................. 106  Wendling, Elsie
........................................... 27  Wertman, Rosemary
P................................. 21, 57, 105, 129 West, Yvonne
........................... ...................................... 100, 129
 W estall, D on na
J..................................................................... 97 
Whelan, Patricia ........................................ 106 W hitaker,
Lorena..............................................................105  W
hite, Ted ........................................ ................... 87 
White, William A.............................................101 Whitney,
Vernon
L.......................................................................77,
98, 102  W icks, B ob......................................... 102, 103,
121, 122  Widman, Orland A...........................................108
Wiik, Helen J.......... ...................................................
105, 129, 137  Wiik, Nan D............................................
...... 27  W ilcox, B
ob.........................................................101  W ilder, W
illiam W ...................................... .... .. 79  Wiley,
Eleanor.....................................107 Williamsen, Virginia E
................................. ............................. 105 
Willett, Paul Allen.................................107  Williams, Helen
............................... ....... ........... 31  Williams, Lloyd M
......................................
....................................... 89  Williams, Susan
.......................... ................................. . .... 107 
Wilson, Dale .................................. .....109  W ilson , E laine
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53, 104  Wilson, Gloria G................... ........................ 21,
62, 66, 97  Wilson, Janet M
............................................................ 53  W ilson,
Jean ......................................................107, 137 
Wilson, Laurence ................................... ...... 72, 106  W ilso
n , L e s
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132  Winders, Jesse..................................................61,
97, 98, 134  Wing, Charmaine................ .....
..........................105  W inter, John W
....................................... ................ 101  Winter, Nola
A.................. ....... ............. 53, 105  Wittmer, Viola
E.............................. .... 22, 53, 55, 76, 89 Wohlwend, Jerry
................................. ........ 104, 114, 117  W olf, G lenn L
...................................................56, 65, 66  W ood, Ralph
L............................................. ......... 97 Woodring,
Paul........................................ 27  Woodward, Howard
E............................. ......... .... 105 W oulf, Rosem
ary....................................................................
.... 104  W right, H arvey
....................................................... 89  W right, H . K
eith ...............................
................................................ 108  Wright, Patricia
C............................... ..... 51, 52, 53, 97  Wright,  Ruth
..................................... ............ ... 53, 104  Wright,
Willis ........................................ 89  W ulff, E velyn
........................................ .......... 57  W yatte, Bill
100.............................  Y  Yeager, Gloria J....... ............
................ 107  Y eager, M arianne
...............................................104, 137 Yeend, Donna
J....................................... 65, 105  Yonlick,
George..............................................58, 60, 63. 90, 97,
114, 116  York, Delores ........................................ ...... 48,
49, 52, 98, 101  Young, Dorathy
H................................................................53, 61, 97
 Young, Patricia L
.................................................................. .... 65,
105  Y oung, R obert ........................................ 107  Z  Z am
zow , C
harles.....................................................................................
97  Zankich, Geraldine A
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100  Zieger, Lenard Ray .................................. ............
....107  Zurline, Frank ....... ....................... 121, 123 
Zurschmiede, Betty Anne ...... ..................... 70  PHOTO CREDITS,
1949 KLIPSUN  Bernie Lepeska: 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 26, 27,  28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49,
52, 56, 57, 58, 59,  60, 63, 64, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,
79, 82, 83, 85, 87, 89, 90,  113, 115, 116, 128, 131, 132, 133, 136, 137. 
J. Wendell Brown: 13, 22, 26, 28, 32, 35, 37, 39, 45, 47, 49, 50, 52, 53,
54, 55, 57, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 89, 111, 114,
116, 117,  118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129, 130, 132,
134, 135, 136.  Tiny Thornton: 17, 19, 24, 25, 27, 28, 45, 80,  81, 83, 90,
98, 103, 112.  Merle Bunn: 71, 127; Wayne Craig: 53; Pat 'Graves: 137;
Howard  Larson, 84; Ruth Norman: 137.  In conclusion I wish to take this
opportunity to thank every student  and faculty member who in any way
contributed to the presentation of  this record of the most eventful year
in the history of the College.  To Yeager Studio and Stuart Hertz,
photographers; Cox Brothers and  Williams, Inc., printing; and Artcraft
Company, engraving, we owe a  thousand thanks. Recognition and praise are
due to Mrs. Ruth Burnet,  adviser; Robert Safsten, Rosemary Bolster award
winner, J. Wendell  Brown and Bernie Lepeska, photography plaque winners;
and the ever  loyal 1949 Klipsun staff.  PEARL HOFMAN  Editor  Page one
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