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Foreword...  Western Washington College of Education  congratulates the
city of Bellingham as it cele- brates  the completion of its first one
hundred  years. City and College have grown and pros-pered together. They
will continue to be mutual-ly  helpful and increasingly friendly.  The
1lh-- 1953  Western Washington College of Education  BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON
 Editor . Audrey Bowman  Business Manager Dona Isaacs  Art Work Alexander
Zawacki  Student Photography . James Stewart, Ron Camfield

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Old Main

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The Library

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Edens Hall

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ADMINISTRATION

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DR. HAGGARD  1953 marks the fourteenth year of leadership  for Dr. W. W.
Haggard as president of Western  Washington College of Education. Dr.
Haggard has  not only been successful as an acadamic leader,  but has
helped to bring about in the past years new  developments in the College
that have been a  benefit both to campus and students.  The current year
has brought distinguished  educators to the campus as guests of Dr. Haggard
 and the College. Dean Anna Rose Hawkes of Mills  College spent several
days here in February in be-half  of the American Asociation of University
Wom-en.  A group of faculty men from Western colleges,  headed by Dean
Reginald Bell of San Francisco State  College, also  made one of the
visitations for evalu-tion  sponsored by the American Association of
Col-leges  for Teacher Education.  Three. outstanding gatherings, the
Northwest  Music Educators conference, the Washington Art  Association
convention, and the Northwest General  Education conference, helped to make
the year  1953 a memorable one for President Haggard, the  faculty, and the
students.

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TRUSTEES  The Trustees of the College are Burton A.  Kingsbury, lawyer of
Bellingham, chairman; Don- ald  Eldridge, Eldridge's Stationery Store of
Mount  Vernon, an alumnus of the College, secretary;  and Harry A. Binzer,
Comptroller of the Puget  Sound Pulp and Timber Company of Bellingham  and
Alaska. Mr. Eldridge is currently a member  of the Washington House of
Representatives, and  Mr. Binzer has been recently a member of the  Senate.
The College is fortunate in its Board of  Trustees.  The powers and duties
of the Trustees are  defined by statute. Considering both the legal 
provisions and the present practices, the respon-sibilities  of the
Trustees may be classified in three  categories, namely: formulation  of
College policy;  evaluation of program and practice; and public  relations.
An example of policy formulation is  the faculty salary schedule or the
student fee  schedule; an example of evaluation is the decision  to
continue or to expand a department; and an  example of the public relations
duty is the inter- pretation  of the College to the community.  D.
Eldridge, B. Kingsbury, H. Binzer  Page nine

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Administrators  As Coordinator of Instruction and Di-rector  of Student
Personnel Services,  congenial Dr. Merle S. Kuder ably har-monizes  the
various outside-of-class ac-tivities  and guidance services.  The
Registrar's office is the efficient  center of academic planning and
enroll-ment.  There, always ready to be of as-sistance  are the Registrar,
Donald A. Fer-ris,  and his assistant, William O'Neil. An-other
responsibility of the office is the  maintenance of complete student
records.  Mr. Ferris is also coordinator  of extension  courses.  Left to
right: Ferris, Kuder, O'Neil  DR. HAWK  The Campus school is the workshop 
where the prospective teacher gains ex-perience  through actual teaching
situa-tions.  Both the  modern campus school  and the student teaching
program are  ably supervised by Dr. Raymond F. Hawk,  director of teacher
education.  Dr. Hawk has built a reputation of  congeniality and
responsibility at  West-ern  and throughout the state.  Dr. Hawk  DEAN OF
WOMEN AND DEAN OF MEN  The two deans, Miss Lorraine Powers  and C. W.
(Bill) McDonald, are well-known  at Western. Together, they gen-erously 
give much time and effort to  regulating the many-sided extra-curric-ular 
program, while also ably supervis-ing  college residences and living
condi-tions.  In addition to advising women stu-dents, Dean Powers teaches
mathematics.  Dean McDonald finds time to coach the  varsity basketball
squad and to assist  students in securing part-time employ-ment.  Dean
Powers, Dean McDonald  Page ten

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MARGARET AITKEN, B.A., M.A.  Physical Education  EDWARD J. ARNTZEN, B.A.,
M.A.  History DECLAN BARRON, B.A., M.A.  Physical Science  LUCILLE BARRON,
B.A., M.A.  Home Economics MAY L. BETTMAN  Commercial Studies  MIRA E.
BOOTH, B.A., M.A.  Music  HAZEL BREAKEY, B.S.  Art  LAURENCE W. BREWSTER,
B.A., M.A.  Speech  RUTH A. BURNET, B.A., M.A.  English  SENE R. CARLILE,
B.A.,  Speech  B.S., M.A. Ph.D.  SANFORD E. CARVER, B.A., M.A.  Physical
Education  KATHERINE CASANOVA, B.A., M.A.  Education  MOYLE F. CEDERSTROM, 
English  B.A, M.A., Ph.D.  EDNA CHANNER, B.A., M.A.  Industrial Arts 
PAYMOND A. CISZEK, B.S., M.S.  Physical Education  Page eleven

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LINDA COUNTRYMAN, B.S., M.A.  Home Economics  HOWARD CRITCHFIELD, B.A.,
M.A., Ph.D. Geography  RALPH CULLMANN, B.S., M.A.  Physical Science  ALBERT
H. CULVERWELL, B.A., M.A.  History  FRANK L. D'ANDREA, B.S., M.A. Ed.D. 
Music  PAUL HERBOLD, B.A., M.A.  Speech  IRENE  M. ELLIOTT, B.S., M.A. 
Education  MAURICE F. FREEHILL, B.Ed. M.A., Ed.D.  Education  HARVEY M.
GELDER, B.A., M.A.  Mathematics  ELIZABETH GREGORY, B.A.  Education  MANZER
J. GRISWOLD, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Sociology  IRWIN A. HAMMER, B.A., M.A.,
Ed.D.  Education HERBERT R. HEARSEY, B.A., Ed.M., B.S.,  and M.S. in L.S. 
Reference Librarian  ARTHUR C. HICKS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  English  PATRICIA
HIEBER, B.A., M.S.  Physical Education  Page twelve

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LESLIE HUNT, B.A., M.A.  Education  VIVIAN JOHNSON, B.A., M.A.  Education 
LUCY KANGLEY, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  English  HALLDOR KARASON, B.A., M.A. 
Education, Psychology  RUTH KELSEY, B.A., M.A.  Art  PRISCILLA KINSMAN,
Ph.B., M.A.  Education  FLORENCE J. KIRKPATRICK, B.S., M.A.  Nursing
Education  FRED KNAPMAN, B.A., M.S. Ed.D.  Physical Science  KATHERINE E.
LANE,  B.A., M.S.  Physical Science  CHARLES F. LAPPENBUSCH  Physical
Education  JUSTIN G. LONGENECKER, B.A., M.B.A.  Economics  DAVID McDONALD,
B.A., M.A., Ed.D.  Education  RUBY D. McINNES, B.A., M.A.  Education 
EILEEN McMILLAN, B.A., M.A.  Music  DONALD D. MacPHAIL, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Geography  Page thirteen

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PEARL MERRIMAN, B.A., M.A.  Education  KEITH A. MURRAY, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
History  SYNVA K. NICOL, B.A., M.A.  Education  JAMES O'BRIEN, B.A., M.A. 
English  EVELYN ODOM, B.A., M.A. Education  ALAN PAWELEK, B.E., Ph.D. 
Industrial Arts  MIRIAM L. PECK, B.A., M.A.  Art  HAZEL PLYMPTON, Ph.B.,
M.A.  Art  JOHN A. PORTER, B.A., M.A.  Education  FRANK PUNCHES, B.A., M.A.
 Education  DOROTHY RAMSLAND, B.S., M.S.  Home Economics  BERNARD W.
REGIER, Music  B.S.M., M.A.  CHARLES M. RICE, B.A., M.A.  Industrial Arts 
J. ALAN ROSS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.   Education, Psychology  RAY A. SCHWALM,
B.S., M.S., Ph.D.  Industrial Arts  Page fourteen

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JEAN SHEPHARD, B.A., M.A.  Education  WILBUR SHERIDAN, B.A., B.M., M.M. 
Music  BEARNICE SKEEN, B.S., M.S.  Education  EDITH STRANGE, B.A.  Music
(affiliated)  WILLARD S. SMITH, B.A., M.A.  Economics  LEONA M. SUNDQUIST,
B.A., M.S.  Biological Science  HERBERT TAYLOR, Anthropology  JR., B.A.,
M.A. Ph.D.  ARTHUR THAL  Music (affiliated)  RALPH THOMPSON, B.A., M.A.  
Education  ANNA ULLIN, B.A., M.A.  Foreign Languages  ALBERT VAN AVER,
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. English  DON C. WALTER, B.A., M.A.  Music  RUTH WEYTHMAN,
B.S., M.A.  Physical Education NAN WIIK, B.A.  Music (affiliated) 
ALEXANDER ZAWACKI, B.S., M.S.  Art  Page fifteen

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FACULTY MEMBERS NOT PICTURED  MARION BESSERMAN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Physicial Science DON F. BLOOD, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Education  RICHARD
CHAFFEE, B.S., M.S.  Mathematics CHRISTINE COTTRELL, R.N.  Nurse  MARK W.
FLANDERS, B.A., M.A.  Speech  MILDRED E. HERRICK, B.A. and M.A. in L.S. 
Librarian  JAMES HILDEBRAND, B.A., M.A.  Mathematics ELIZABETH HOPPER,
B.A., M.A.  Appointment Secretary  ANNIS J. HOVDE, B.A., M.A.  English 
ENID  KARSTEN, B.A., B.A. in L.S.  Circulation Librarian  PAUL LUSTERMAN 
Music (affiliated)  MIRIAM MATHES, B.A., M.A., B.S., M.S.  Children's
Librarian  RUTH E. PLATT, B.S., M.S.  Biological Science HELEN G. PRICE,
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Psychology  LOUISE ROLOFF, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.  Physical
Education  RUTH E. SPEARIN, B.A.  Catalogue Librarian  VIOLA SUMMERS, R.N. 
Nurse  STEWART VAN WINGERDEN, B.A., M.A.  Education  PAUL WOODRING, B.S.,
M.A., Ph.D.  Psychology  Page s:xteen

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CLASSES

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Ray Ondracek Gerry Royal  Senior  Ly  The seniors began their last year at
Western  under the able leadership of president Ray On-dracek, 
vice-president Gerry Royal, and secretary-treasurer  Lynn Hunt. To add to
their memories of a very pleasant  school year they had a senior party and
a picnic.  Page eighteen  nn Hu  Class  nt  The group with few exceptions
say that they  will look back on their years at Western with a great  deal
of satisfaction. Their contribution to Western's  success have been made
and their gains from the  school have been equal to their contributions. 
Western wishes them well.

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Aarstad, Neva  Burlington - Future Teachers  of America, College Christian 
Fellowship, ACE  Albrecht, Phyllis  Berthoud, Colo.-AWS  Angevine, Ed 
Seattle - Kappa Delta Pi,  Board of Control, Industrial  Arts Club  Bailey,
Edward  Seattle - Football, Track,  PE Club  Barton, Helen  Choir, Blue
Barnacles, Arion Club  Batty, Ann  Wenatchee - Arion C I u b,  Kappa Delta
Pi, Orchestra  Berry, Richard  Bremerton - Norseman Com-mission,  Future
Teachers of  America, Square and Circle  Club  Blair, Wesley  Chehalis
-Norsemen  Bowman, Robert  Bellingham-Choir, Collegian,  Klipsun  Brown,
Joan  Bellingham-USCF, Off- Cam-pus  Women, AWS  Brown, Nancy  Puyallup-AWS
 Campbell, Clare  Sedro-Woolley-Choir, Men's Quartet, Norsemen  Carbonatto,
Fred  Renton - Golf, W Club, Ski  Club  Cary, Maurice  Bellingham- Kappa
Delta Pi,  Camera Club, Band President  Chapman, Ray  Bellingham-Norsemen 
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Cole, Margaret  Bellingham - Blue Barnacles,  WRA, AWS  Cornell, Joan 
Bellingham-Square and Cir-cle  Club, AWS  Croghan, Jack  Aberdeen-Norsemen 
Dahlgren, Betty  Seattle-AWS  Davis, Alice  Juneau, Alaska-Future Teach-ers
 of America, WSSF Chair-man,  Drama Club  Dayton, Roland  Bellingham-
Norsemen  DeAtley, Mary Jo  Yakima - Square and Circle  Club, AWS, Future
Teachers  of America Dickau, Clifford  Bellingham-Norsemen  Dickey, Robert 
Centralia-Norsemen  Dickinson, Dolores Bellingham - A W S, WR A,  Future
Teachers of America  Dickson, John  Bellingham--Norsemen Dodsworth, Gerry 
Bellingham-AWS  Doherty, Clinton  Neah Bay-Navigator Editor,  Profile
Editor, Press Club  President  Donahue, John  Longview-Norsemen  Douglass,
Ray  Anacortes-Norsemen  Page twenty

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Dustin, Beverley  Bellingham -- Blue Barnacles,  AWS, WRA  Ellin, Kenneth 
Anacortes-Norsemen Estle, Paul  Bellingham - Norsemen, For-ensic  Club 
Evans, Mervyn  Port Townsend-Norsemen  Fahey, Dennis  Portland,
Ore.-Norsemen  Fallis, John  Port Orchard-Collegian, Press  Club, Social
Science Club  Fee, Donna  Bellingham-WRA, AWS  Fletcher, DeForrest  Friday
Harbor - Norsemen,  Intramural Basketball  Forsell, Paul  Hoquiam-Norsemen 
Fritzberg, Jim  Everson-Norsemen  Gadwa, Francis Aberdeen-Norsemen,  IA
Club  Gallant, Carole  Bellingham - AWS, Business  Manager Collegian,
Collegian  Reporter, AWS  Garber, Kenneth  Seattle-Norsemen  Gaupp, Gloria 
Seattle - Homecoming Queen  1952, Who's Who, Yell Leader  Gentry, Janice 
Olympia-Board of Control,  AWS  Page twenty- one

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German, Ken  Maple Falls-Swimming Team,  Kappa Delta Pi, Choir  Gibbs, John
 Deming-Norsemen Glanz, Martha  Centralia-AWS  Gloman, Jo Ann 
Bellingham-AWS, WRA  Blue Barnacles  Gowrley, Dick   Pinehurst-Norsemen 
Gray, Roger  Seward, Alaska - Press Club  vice-president, Editor of The 
Writer, Scholarship Society  Greenleaf, Belle  Seattle-AWS  Gudmundson,
Magnus  Point Roberts-Norsemen Hardie, Mark  Vancouver - ASB president, 
Future Teachers of America,  Norsemen  Hardy, Dolores Everson-AWS 
Hartough, Dan  Hoquiam-Norsemen  Hergert, John  Bellingham-Norsemen  Hoof,
Bruce Bellingham-IA Club  Norsemen  Huyge, Joanna  Sedro - Woolley -
Valkyrie,  Senior Planning Board, ACE   Treasurer  James, Dorothy 
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Jones, Darrell  Sedro- Woolley - Track, W  Club, Intramural Sports  Jones,
Stanley  Bellingham- Norsemen  Kamperman, Nellie  Lynden-Valkyrie, AWS 
Keith,. Don  Everett-Norsemen  LaFreniere, William  Fort Frances,
Ont.-Norsemen  Lagasse, Hector  Bellingham-Norsemen  Lamkin, James  Forks-
Norsemen  Lamphear, George  Anacortes-Norsemen  Landahl, Jean  Friday
Harbor-AWS,  Majorette Landahl, Lillian  Friday Harbor - AWS, Kappa  Delta
Pi, Valkyrie  Lange, Barbara  Everett-AWS Legbandt, Ursula  Bellingham-AWS 
Linde, Joy  Bellingham-AWS  Linder, Kenneth  Bellingham- Norsemen 
Lorentzen, Joanne  Lyman-WRA, Rheba D. Nick-erson,  AWS  Page twenty-three

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Lunde, Alfred  Milwaukee, Wis.-Band, Choir,  CCF  Malnerich, James 
Olympia-Norsemen  Mandery, Beverly  Tenino-AWS, Valkyrie,  Choir  Manely,
Beverly  Bellingham - WRA treasurer,  Rheba D. Nickerson, B I u e 
Barnacles  Mathes, Bernard  Bellingham-Norsemen  Mattson, Emma Jean
Vancouver-AWS  McMicken, Shirley  Port Angeles-Blue Barnacles,  Profile,
Collegian  McPherson, George  Longview-Norsemen  Miller, Donna  White
Salmon-College Christ-ian  Fellowship, Future Teach- ers  of America,
Colhecon  Moffitt, Raymond  Camas-CCF, Arion Club,  Viking Camera Club 
Moore, Arlen  Longview-Press Club, Klip-sun  Staff, College Choir  Mullen,
Neill  Bollingham-Board of Con-trol, Norsemen  Myhre, Ralph 
Silverdale-Norsemen  Nelson, Sue  Burlington-Arion Club, WRA,  Blue
Barnacles  Noah, Curtis  Olympia-Ski Club  Norsemen  Page twenty-four

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Oldani, Jo Anne  Willapa-ACE president, Blue  Triangle president, Band 
Ondracek, Ray  Seattle - Senior Class presi-dent,  Tennis, Who's Who 
Otten, Lee  Maple Falls - IA Club presi-dent,  Scholarship Society,  
Norsemen  Oswalt, Bob  Everson-Norsemen  Parnell, Lowell 
Bremerton-Norsemen  Penner, Joyce Seattle-Blue Barnacles, Rheba  D.
Nickerson Club, WRA  Peterson, Janice  Seattle-Valkyrie, WRA, Blue
Barnacles  Peterson, Modris  Latvia-Norsemen, Track,  W Club vice-president
 Peterson, Wesley Marysville-Norsemen  Plancich, Vivian  Vashon
Island-Valkyrie,  ACE, AWS Commission  Pond, Virginia  Bellingham-AWS 
Price, Harold  Troutdale ,Ore.-Kappa Delta  Pi, ACE, Future Teachers of 
America Price, Pat  Snohomish-Valkyrie, Home-coming  Committee, Future 
Teachers of America  Rahmgren, Ruth Ellen  Riverbank, Calif.-WRA,  Future
Teachers of America,  USCF  Reamer, Allen  Bellingham- Drama Club, 
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Reposa, Billie  Anacortes - "Merchant of  Venice," Exchange Assembly,  Band
 Romer, Lois  Sedro- Woolley - Rheba D.  Nickerson, WRA, AWS  Ross, Donald 
Concrete-Norsemen  Royal, Jerry  Blaine- Senior Class vice-presi-dent, 
Intramural Sports,  Norsemen's Commission  Safsten, Curtis  Blaine-
Norsemen  Sawyer, Richard  Camas-Norsemen  Scott, Bill  Chehalis - IA Club,
Radio  Program, Organization of Art  Club  Seckel, Harris  Bellingham -
Future Teachers  of America, Norsemen  Sheets, Jean  McCleary - Kappa Delta
Pi  president, Inter Club Council  president, Who's Who  Skogman, Kenneth 
Bellingham-Norsemen  Smith, Martin  Seattle-Kappa Delta Pi,  Band, Arion
Club  Snapper, John   Lynden - CCF, Square and  Circle Club, Swimming Team 
Sovde, Lora Lee  Lake Stevens-AWS Commis-sion,  Colhecon president,  Who's
Who  Stibre, Loretta  Seattle-WRA, Rheba D. Nick-erson, Blue Barnacles 
Stewart, James  Bellingham-Kappa Delta Pi,  Scholarship Society, Klipsun
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Strauss, Gertrude  Seattle - International Dance  Club, Camera Club, Square
 and Circle Club  Swanson, Olaf  Buckley-Norsemen  Teller, Margaret 
Bellingham-AWS  Thorsen, Robert  Bellingham-Norsemen Todd, Robert 
Lewiston, Idaho, Choir,  Industrial Arts, Future Teach-er3  cf America 
Tucker, Priscilla Monroe--AWS  Urbick, Margy  Everett-Pep Committee, AWS 
Commission, Senior Planning  Board Usitalo, Richard  Silverdale-Drama,
Debate,  Social Science Club  Valentine, Kenneth  Auburn-Ski Club, Inter
Club  Council, Junior Prom chairman  Walberg, Joyce  Marysville-AWS  Ward,
Eleanor Lycan Tenino - Ski Clu b, AWS  chairman, Homecoming  Princess 
Ward, Bill  Tenino - Norsemen Commis- sion,  Ski Club, Track  Whittaker,
Lorena  Seattle-AWS  Winters, Rufus  Vancouver-Norsemen  Wolff, Sam 
Blaine-Norsemen  Page twenty-seven

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Woodman, Robert  Winslow-Basketball,  Norsemen  Young, Joan  Bellingham -
Off-Campus  Women, AWS, USCF  Young, Jack  Bellingham-Yell Leader, Pep 
Committee, Norsemen  Page twenty-eight

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Bob Porter  Junior Class  Looking back over the year we find that the 
junior class, under the leadership of  Bob Porter,  Carolyn Crook and
Benita Offut, has made a  record of outstanding achievement at Western.  
The year of 1952-53 has been a bright one for  those completing their third
year of college.  Nancy Jo Roberts and Spud Miller were co-  Benita Offut 
chairmen of the very successful Junior Prom. The  picnic held in the spring
was a bright climax to  an eventful year.  Looking forward, the juniors are
seen step-ping   into the places of leadership vacated by  those who are
leaving the campus for a wider  field.  Carolyn Crook  Page twenty-nine

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Anderton, Keith  Andrews, Peggy  Agnew, David  Ahues, Minnie  Albers, Mary
Jo  Baxter, Patricia Beeston, Les  Bergeson, Neil  Borchers, Donald  Buhtz,
Alice  Byers, Doris  Campbell, Dale  Callahan, Mary  Chenier, Walt  Clark,
Betty  Collyer, William  Daines, Virginia  Downing, Joyce  Evans, Phyllis
Federico, Carmela  Fisher, Sue  Fredrickson Monica  Freeberg, Carlin 
Friberg, Lorraine  Goldade, Rita Gregor, Alton  Guthrie, Dick  Hancock,
Marrianne  Page thirty

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Harvey, Leota  Haug, Frain  Haycox, William  Hayward, Georgina  Hill, Art 
Hewitt, Dorothy  Hoggins, Dale  Hoyt, MaryAnn  Huber, Donna  Hudson, Bonnie
 Johnson, Dexter  Johnson, Marie  Kazen, Douglas  Kidd, Beverly  King,
Sheelagh  Kluksdahl, Harris  Know, James  Knutsen, Wil  Konsa, Esther 
Kratz, Whitfield  Little, Deloy  Maxfield, Jesse  Miller, Morris  Rockey,
Dale  Murphy, Wally  Newman, Paul Norman, Remo  O'Conner, Mary Lou  Page
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Odell, Allen  Oelrich, Delores  Oelrich, George  Oelrich, Mary  Oliver,
Marlene  Olson, Mary Ann  Oril, Richard  Pierce, Mary  Porter, Robert 
Ralph, Peggy  Reinert, Gerald  Roberts, Nancy Jo  Rogers, Jean Ross,
Rosemary  Shannon, Wilma  Shell, Mel  Shuman, Jeanne  Sloan, Frances 
Smith, Wayne Stevenson, Joyce  Sommers, Frances  Virkelyst, Lilly  Wahl,
Linda  Wolf, Dean  Page thirty-two

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Lorrene Bergmann, Barbara Hazlett, Glori Mutch, Roy Cohrs  Sophomore Class 
With one eventful year behind them, the sopho-mores  again started the year
out right under capable  leadership, with Ray Cohrs  as president, Lorrene
Berg-mann  and Barbara Hazlett as vice-presidents, and  Glori Mutch as
secretary- treasurer.  The capabilities of the sophomores were well  known
after they won first place on their float for  the "Western Pow-Wow"
Homecoming celebration.  In the following quarters the sophomores partici-
pated  in many activities with the sophomore class  picnic one of the
highlights.  Page thirty-three

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Abernethy, Annette  Bartruff, Jeanette  Bell, Bessie  Benjamin, Marie 
Bergan, Marcia  Bergmann, Lorrene  Berry, Jack  Bright, William  Burchett,
Edna  Burger, Robert  Camfield, Ronald  Campbell, Charles  Carver, Barbara 
Clarke, Verna  Davis, Barry  Dick, Peggy  Donovan, Carol  Dudley, Eleanor
Duncan, Lorraine  Dunham, Gwinn  Dye, Richard  Elliott, Ann  Evans, Allen 
Finch, Nancy  Folk, Diane Gallant, Harvey  Gray, Beverly  Gray, Eugenia 
Gollan, Beverly  Hanson, George  Hazlett Barbara Honcoop, Jim  Houghton,
Meech  Hovik, Shirley  Howard, Barbara  Huff, Marilyn  Johnson, Marilyn
Johnson, Neva  Jones, Mary  Keene, Carolyn  Page thirty-four

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LeWarne, Charles  Lord, Harriet  Mallonee, Margaret  Martinson, Charlotte 
McLane, Donna  McHargue, Kathy  Marjory, Meier  Moe, Pete  Morton, Shirley 
Nelson, Pauline  Newell, Pete  O'Sammon, Mike Pirrung, Hazel  Rector,
George  Renshaw, Kenneth  Reinholt, Joan  Reimer, John  Rule, Rita
Samuelson, Kathleen  Simon, James  Sedell. Geneva  Sinclair, Joanne 
Sinclair, Patricia  Smith, Anita Smith, Lynnette  Smith, Pat  Smith, Ruth 
Stephan, Edna  Stow, Shelia  Sullivan, Colleen  Sundahl, Reynold  Ticknor,
Charlotte  Tabor, Ross  Van Woudenberg, Grace  Van Zante, John  White, Bob
Wiedenbach, Avis  Wiese, Fern  Winters, Carol Lee  Wilkinson, Virginia 
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\Wolgemuth, Joan  Wray, Donna  Young, Marilyn  Forbes, Ruth  Krull, Richard
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Larry Lunsford, Carol Resner, Mary Ann Ohrt, Jack Top  Freshman Class  Five
hundred and thirty-one frosh entered West-ern  this year (education, 225;
liberal arts, 90; junior  college, 216). The girls (222) appreciated the
stag-line  of boys available in the freshman class (309).  Class officers
were elected during the second  hustling week of fall quarter. They were:
president,  Larry Lunsford, assisted by Jack Top as vice-president;  Carol
Resner, secretary; Mary Ann Ohrt, treasurer.  The unique class picnic in
the  spring at Bloedel-  Donovan park brought to a close freshman life for 
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Aagard, Kenneth  Aldrich, James  Alger, Dale  Alvord, Mary  Armstrong,
Marlene  Atwood, Warren Baulton, Gwenth  Beck, Frank  Bennett, Alice 
Bonner, Bonnie  Botsford, Louie  Branick, Virginia Bravender, Eleanor 
Brown, Eugene  Brownrigg, Richard  Bryant, Leslie  Butler, Ted  Byers,
Barbara Beverly, Campbell  Carlbom, Janice  Carlson, Elizabeth  Carlson,
Wayne  Carpenter, Gertrude  Cass, Romona  Chandler, Martin  Chudeck, Lois 
Clark, Jo Anne  Couplin, Maureen  Crook, Judith  Dahl, Myrna  Daniels, Irma
 Daverin, Don  Dimick Ruthanne  Dexter, Mary Ann  Dixon, JonnaLu  Dralle,
Wayne  Eden,  Donna M.  Elsbree, Jack  Estergreen, Dale  Fehlhaber, Nancy 
Flickinger, Mary Lee  Ford, Myrtle Fralich, Naoma  Frazier, Lynn  Frye,
Mary Lou  Gabrielson, Gordon  Garrett, Marilyn  Giger, Bob Gimurtu, Steve 
Gilmore, Bill  Grabner, Gladys  Grace, Lucille  Gragg, June  Graham, Harry 
Granger, Ardith  Gudbranson, Bruce  Guntner, Frank  Gustafson, Maureen 
Haan, Janet  Hall, Ronald  Handwell, Robert  Hitch, Virginia  Hodgson,
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Hoffeditz, Marilyn  Jansen, Donell  Jarvis, Janet  Jensen, Bob  Johnson,
Delores  Johnson, Wilfred Jorgenson, Jim  Kephart, Joy,  Kerns, Bob  Kidd,
Larry  Kintner, Gordon  King, Maxine  Knight, Roberta Knox, Susan  Knutson,
Kenneth  Koert, Murella  Kohler, Dick  Kuljis, Mary Anne  Leslie Donna
Lochbaum, Nancy  Lunde, Patricia  MacKenzie, Kay  Magelssen, Gerald 
Mallahan, Kathleen McConnell, Albert  McConnell, Robert  McCormick, Gerald 
McCormick, Hays  McGinnis, Nancy Medley, Eleanor  Miller, Mary Ann  Monroe,
Richard  Morsman, Darlene  Mountjoy, Donna  Mulford, Carol   Muscutt,
Leslie  Myers, Mary  Nelson, Virginia  Ness, Merydee  Neudeck, Patricia 
Nienaber, Arlene Northrup, Charles  Obermueller, Carol  Ohrt, Mary Ann 
Olson, Leola  Ostrom, Geraldine  Otness, Norman  Pederson, David 
Pippenger, Dorrene  Pirrung, John  Pinkerton, Guy  Poaler, Beverly 
Preston, Eunice  Rameau, Laureen  Rehberger, Gerry  Reinke, Duane  Rice,
Beverly  Ricketts, John  Riehl, Dick Riggs, Dorothy  Resner, Carol 
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Row, Marlene  Sadler, Jack  Schlagel, Viola  Scribner, Marilyn  Silliman,
Nancy  Smith, Carole  Smith, Raymond  Speck, Jane  Spike, James  Stanley,
Donna  Stenman, Gordon  Stevenson, Donna Stevenson, Mary  Sutherland, Sally
 Sunitsch, Ann  Taylor, Charles  Taylor, Jean  Taylor, Ray  Tidball, Helen 
Tinkham, Fern  Top, Howard  Tozier, Grey  Trafton, Nancee  Trames, Tommy 
Truman, Jacqueline  Twing, Larlene  Umphlette, Jeane  Urch, Dolores  Vann,
Mary Lou  Vuylesteke, Virginia  Vitaljic, Vera Wardell, Nancy  Walters,
Dorothy  Wells, William  Wilson, Lew  Westman, Lee  Westland, Kyle
Westover, Zoanne  Williamson, Betty  Wilson, Harriet  Winn, Marilee 
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STUDENT LIFE

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Graduation day for the class of 1952.  Page forty-two

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Top left: Paying entrance fees.  Top right: Finished that job!  Center
left: The first step.  Center right: Champion waffle eaters.  Bottom left:
Card, cards, cards, cards.  Bottom right: The Colhecon's waffle supper. 
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Elected to reign over the twenty-ninth annual Homecoming, as Queen Sigrid
XV was Gloria Gaupp, a popular and highly active co-ed from Seattle. Her
beauty as well as her sparkling personality won her the royal job.  Page
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The four beautiful girls who were chosen as representatives of their
classes for Queen Gloria's court  were:  Margy Urbick, a senior from
Everett; Carolyn Crook, a junior from Bellingham; Lorrene Bergmann, a
sophomore from Camas; and Helen Tidball, a freshman from Buenos Aires,
Argentina. These girls added their talents and beauty to help make the 1952
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Heap big doings told the tale of Western's 1952 Homecoming Pow Wow This
year the combined efforts of  Rita Goldade and  Bob Porter truly turned the
campus into a real life reservation.  Chosen by the student body to reign
over the tribal festivities as Queen Sigrid XV, was Gloria Gaupp, 21 year
old senior from Seattle. The celebration swept successfully through the two
days and ended traditionally with the Queen's  Homecoming ball at  the
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Upper left: Homecoming chairmen and Dr. Haggard Bottom left: Display in the
IA Building  Middle left: Washing up after the waffle supper Upper right:
Redecorating?  Lower right: Ed Angevine setting a display   Page fortyseven
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Top left: Mrs. K.'s science lab. Top right: A close race.  Center left:
Leisure time! Bottom left: Listening to a science lecture.  Bottom right:
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Upper left: CCF's Valentine Sweethearts Lower right: Tossing balls at the
WRA Carnival.  Upper right: Harris Kluksdahl in Science Lab. Lower right:
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Samuel Spewack's comedy satire of government bureaucracy, "Two Blind Mice,"
was presented Febru- ary  13 and 14. Laurence W. Brewster directed, and
Mark W. Flanders was technical adviser.  The story's  situations led from
one hilarious moment to another equally laughable, if not more so.  The fun
built up from the entrance of Tommy Thurston, Henry Howe, into the lives of
the blind mice, alias  Georgine Hayward and Alice Jean Davis, until the
final defeat of Senator Kruger, Jim Simon, who was re-sponsible for the
abolition of the Office of Medicinal Herbs four years before. Of course
there was the  eternal triangle of love and tears provided by Thurs:on's
ex-wife Karen, Donna Wray, and Dr. McGill,  Floyd Jackson.  "... I remember
an agency which was supposed to be abolishing an agency which was supposed
to be  abolishing an agency from World War I. However, we're all caught up
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Uncle Harry ushered in Laurence W. Brewster's leadership of the Division of
Drama. The play also  was the first play under the technical direction of
Mark W. Flanders.  The fall quarter play was unique in that it consisted of
three separate sets which were covered by a  mobile 39 foot ceiling. "Uncle
Harry" was a more serious drama than had been presented in recent years. 
The leads of this murder mystery with a different twist were Charles Dennis
as Uncle Harry; Harriet  Lord as Hester; and Carol Resner as Lettie. "On my
way, that's a good one. They say murder will out. But not Uncle Harry's
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Upper left: A bus trip to Mount Baker. Upper right: Trying out a step. 
Lower left: Wow! That sun! Lower right: Swing your lady back home.  Center
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Top: Ivan Hickenbottom, winner, as Ugly Harry.  Lower left: Audience
watching the crowning of  Ugly Harry.  Center left: Receiving a kiss from
Phylis Skinner.  Lower right: Such liveliness!  Center right: Larry Lowery
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Upper left: WRA Carnival scene.  Center left: Western's second floor zoo 
Lower left: Five serious faces. Upper right: Dr. Pawelek with IA display. 
Center right: Colhecon waffle supper.  Lower right: Look out for that ball!
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The theme of the 1952 Campus Day, held  May 14 at Whatcom Falls Park, was
Dog Patch  Daze. Co- chairmen were Dick McClure and Lollie  Hagen. The King
and Queen, Tony Royal and Ann  Garcia, were crowned at the Sadie Hawkins
Hoe-down  at which the first prize for skits was present-ed  to Senior
Hall.  The Skunk Hollow contests held in the after-noon  were: Beard
Judging, Men's Nipple Contest,  Guzzling Contest, Women's Slipper Kick,
Faculty  Sack Race, Three-Legged Race, Pie Eating Contest,  Faculty-
Student Tug o' War, Sadie Hawkins Race,  Dr. Haggard's Horseshoe Game, and
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ORGANIZATIONS

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BOARD OF CONTROL  The Board of Control successfully carried  out several
new projects during the busy and  eventful year of 1952-53.  One of their
projects was the initiation of a  plan to have a mural in the student
lounge. A  committee was also set up to administer the  funds for the
Student Union building. To insure  wide representation, the committee is
comprised  of one faculty member, two students, one alum-nus,  and one
member of the Board of Trustees.  Much time, effort, and money was spent on
 the improvement of the Lakewood property.  The activity was begun last
year and continued  through this year, under the guidance of the  student
facilities committee and volunteer groups  of men students working on the
property week-  BOARD OF CONTROL ends.  Back: Mark Hardie, Bill Collyer,
Paul Dodsworth, Dr. Critchfield, Dick Stewart, Neil Other changes by the
Board included the  Mullen, Mr. Gelder, Ed Angevine. Front: Bonnie Dale,
Gerry Dodsworth, Elaine  Ondracek, Betty Grocott, Miss Hieber, Bob Porter.
raising of the athletic standard. In order to re-ceive  an award, athletes
must now have  a grade  point average of 1.75. The Writer was added to  the
group of student publications controlled by the Board.  One of the BOC's
major contributions to  college life is the sponsoring of student
attend-ance  at conferences held at other institutions.  As the new
constitution was put into use,  difficulties arose, especially in the area
of elec-tions.  It can be said, however, that benefits did  evolve from the
confusion, as students were  made aware of the importance of having a sound
 constitution.  In addition to the innovations of the year,  the Board of
Control continued its capable super-vision  of financial affairs,
properties, policies,  and appointments.  The College Artists and Lecturers
series is  made available to students of Western each  quarter by funds
allotted by the Board of Con-trol.  A series of nationally and world known 
artists and lecturers are presented each week.  Some of the celebrities who
appeared this year  are Edward Weeks, literary editor of the Altantic 
Monthly; Louis Kaufman, violinist; and Margaret Bourke-White,
internationally famous photograph-er.  The programs were chosen by a
student-faculty committee. Officers-Mark Hardie, president; Paul Dodsworth,
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Kappa Delta Pi  Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary society which  recognizes the
importance of high professional,  intellectual, and personal standards for
teachers.  The members have met regularly throughout the  year with well
planned programs in charge of  the following officers: president, Jean
Sheets; vice  president, Wes Martinsen; secretary, Nancy Brown;  treasurer,
Lynn Hunt.  Dr. Irwin Hammer is Kappa Delta Pi adviser.  College Christian
Fellowship  Bible study and inspirational group singing  have helped the
College Christian Fellowship to at-tain  their goal of spiritual
development and fel- lowship.  The club has had many distinguished speakers
 this year. The highlight of activities was the CCF  Valentine banquet the
first week of February. The  members elected Valentine sweethearts for the
oc-casion.  Officers for this year were: president, Kenny  Linder; vice
president, Harriet Lord; secretary, Ruth  Forbes; and treasurer, Tom Hill. 
Row 1: E. Angevine. L. Hunt, A. Battey, N. Brown, B. Lange, E. Rossel, R.
Dickey, G. Amundson, J. Morgan.  Row 2: C. Lund, E. Ondracek, M. Pederson,
A. Kohler, B. Foss, B. Wolf, M. Smith, M. Hall, J. Sheets, W. Martinson, W.
 Kratz, J. Hergert. Row 3: Dr. Hammer, M. Cary, J. Brown, V. Pond, K.
Linder, S. Leathers, L. Beeston, K. German.  Row 1: S. Martin, S. Knox, D.
Dickenson, B. Dahlgren, L. Friberg, J. Crook, A. McKinney, P. Lunde, L.
Freeberg, L. Duncan,  C. Crook, G. Bolton, H. Wilson, V. Clarke, J. Clark. 
Row 2: H. Howe, H. Lord, J. Shumann, S. Teshera, J. Speck, N. Vanstone, R.
Slotemaker, J. Young, K. McKenzie, M. Brown,  M. Oelrich, P. Skinner, M.
Scribner, M. Burchett, T. Burchett, R. Ziegler.  Row 3: F. Sizelove, E.
Nelson, W. Orbeck, R. Camfield, M. Baldwin, D. Miller, M. A. Bailey, M.
Malone, A. Lunde, D. Deniston,  J. Neilson, E. Schellenberg. Row 4: B.
Samms, A. Brown, T. Hill, D. Twing, M. Voglert, E. Aandahl, K. Linder, B.
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Front: C. Lund, M. Urbick, V. Plancich, F. Huyge, L. Hunt.  Back: G. Royal,
K. Valentine, R. Scott, R. Ondracek, E. Angevine, D. Mansur.  AWS  "Hours
for girls at Western" has long been a  controversial subject on campus and
it seemed  appropriate that the AWS should have opened their  first meeting
of the year with that as their topic.  Five girls attended a four-state
convention at  Washington State College November 7, 8, and 9.  Winter
quarter AWS sold punch at the Senior Hall  barn dance and contributed the 
proceeds to the  AWS entertains high school guests.  Pouring, Miss Ruth
Kelsey; Vir-ginia  Wilkinson, chairman, High  School Leaders conference;
third  from right, Phyllis Skinner, AWS  president.  World Student Service
Fund.  A tea was held on Valentine's day when the  guest of honor was Dr.
Anna Hawks,  Dean of Mills  College, Oakland, California.  Spring quarter
the girls sponsored a Tolo. Their  last event of the year was a picnic at
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H. Kluksdahl, W. Smith, W. Kratz, R. Gray.  NORSEMEN  With a membership
comprised of every  man student attending WWC, the Norsemen has  completed
an active year. The governing body  is the Norsemen Commission with Bill
Ward,  president; Mary Nilsen, vice president; Ray On-dracek, secretary;
and Gerry Royal, treasurer.  Among the year's activities were the fall 
semi-formal dance at the Bellingham Hotel and  several interesting assembly
programs.  C. W. McDonald, dean of men, is the adviser.  SCHOLARSHIP
SOCIETY  To recognize and stimulate high scholarship  ideals is the purpose
of  the Scholarship society.  The grade point requirement is 3.5. Students
who  have been in attendance at Western for one  quarter and who have 105
or more quarter hours  of credit are eligible for invitation to
member-ship.  Edward Arntzen, chairman of social studies,  is adviser for
the group. Officers this year have  been: president, James Stewart; vice
president,  Harris Kluksdall; secretary, Lynn Hunt.  B. Aho, R.  Ondracek,
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ACEI  Bloedel-Donovan park was the scene of ACE's  "get under way" meeting.
Dr. Anna Hawks spoke informally on the aims of ACE. The first project of 
the quarter was a drive to bring new members into  the club.  Various
campus faculty members spoke at  meetings during the year. Frank Punches
spoke on discipline in the schools and Dr. Howard Critchfield  compared the
school system of New Zealand to that of the United States.  Spring projects
were a membership drive and  sending a delegation to Tacoma for the state
ACE  convention.  RHEBA D  Raising enough money to send delegates to  the
Northwest district convention of the Associa-tion  for Health and
Recreation in Missoula, Mon-tana,  was the special problem of the Rheba D 
Nickerson club this year. A "car wash project"  was initiated and the club
was able to pay travel  expenses for its delegates.  The club also directed
the campaigning for  Western's annual blood drive.  Row 1: M. Ahues, P.
Nelson, A. Kohler, J. Huyge, M. Pierce. Row 2: L. Sovde, M. Glanz, V.
Daines, J. Downing, A. Aber-nethy.  Row 3: J. Brown, V. Plancich, P.
Gibson, J. Unterwegner, T. Almasi, P. Baxter.  Row 1: J. Gloman, B. Manely,
M. Cole, L. Romer. Row 2: S. Hovik, E. Ondracek, J. Peoples, W. Shannon, M.
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CAMERA CLUB  Fine photography is meat and drink to  Camera club members,
who have their hobby on their minds wherever they go. Their salon
ex-hibiting  the year's best camera work was an  outstanding  feature of
spring quarter.  Faculty advisers are Miss Katherine Lane,  Dr. David
McDonald, Ralph Cullmann, and Ed-ward  J. Arntzen. The officers for the
year were:  R. Moffitt, president; G. Magelson, vice president;  and R.
Camfield, secretary-treasurer.  OFF CAMPUS WOMEN  Participation in campus
activities is made easier  for women not living in organized houses by the 
large and lively club, Off Campus Women. Regular  meetings and service
projects supporting the Col-lege  are kept up throughout the year. The
girls of  the club sponsored one of the AWS teas and also  the ugliest man
contest held at the AWS dance. Mrs.  Ruth Spearin is faculty adviser. The
officers for the  year were Loretta Olsen, president, and Jean Rein-holt, 
vice president.  F. Elsberry, M. Cary, R. Campfield, P. Enga, Dr. McDonald,
M. Chandler, G. Magelson, R. Moffit, R. Kreps.  Row 1: J. Crook, J.
Redmond, M. O'Connor, L. Friberg, M. Huff, S. Broomall. Row 2. Mrs.
Spearin, C.  Sealander, C. Muir, L. Wahl, A. Patrykus, M. Jones, F. Sloan.
Row 3: A. Smith, R. Gladwin, S. Bassett,  L. Nattrass, J. Reinholt, J.
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Row 1: R. Pippinger, J. Kephart, D. Dickinsin, J. Huyge, B. Hudson, P.
Nelson, A. Abernethy, J. Cornell.  Row 2: M. Ness, D. Miller, L. Grace, M.
Albers, P. Albrecht, L. Sovde, S. Palmer.  Row 3: J. Carlson, D.  Cooper,
V. Plancich, D. Wallace, M. Hardie, R. Camfield, H. Seckel, M. DeAtley. 
Row 4: D. Berry, D Moore, D. Kerr, R. Cohrs, C. LeWarne, J. Galletly, A.
Sherman.  Row 1: J. Downing, E. Burchett, M. Rockwell, B. Donnelly, L.
Winters, A. Abernethy.  Row 2: P. Baxter, D. Stevenson, A. Smith, L. Olsen,
J.  Wolgemuth.  Row 3: L. Barron, L. Sovde, M. Bailey, L. Rameau.  Future
Teachers of America  A swimming party at the YMCA in October  got the
Future Teachers of America members off  to a good start. Fall quarter
Eugene Reagan, presi-dent  of the Bellingham Class Room Teachers,  spoke on
FTA's role in the college.  The annual Founder's Day banquet was held  at
Edens hall February 16. February 28,  repre-sentatives  were sent to
Seattle Pacific to the state  meeting. Bill Moores was elected state
secretary.  Spring quarter consisted of work and study  concerned with
state legislation. To climax all  the  hard work, a spring picnic was held.
 Colheconomists  Western's Colheconomists began the f a II quarter with a
fruitcake sale, and followed that  with a journey to Pullman for the
Washington  State and British Columbia Colheconomist meet-ing.  The club's
two big projects for winter quarter  were a dinner on  campus with UBC and
with  the foreign students registered here, and the  annual waffle supper,
the profits going to the  World Student Service fund.  There were
approximately twenty members  in the club this year. Joyce Downing was
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Row 1: M. Frye, C. Mulford, N. Wardell, V. Schlagel, V. Vuylsteke, A.
Bowman, M. Couplin. Row 2: D. Gay, J. Simon, R. Gray, C. Doherty, E.
Ondracek, C. Sullivan, A. Nienaber, R. Smith, H. Tidball, W. Dralle,  M.
Dexter, A. Handeland, L. Olsen.  Row 1: P. Dick, Rev. Hallman, J. Orbeck,
D. Borchers. Row 2: D. Ross, H. Lord, J. Warneke, J. Kep-hart,  M. Ness, A.
Brown, A. Chenier, B. Bell, C. Keene, B. Hudson, J. Young, W. Murphy. Row
3: H.  Wilson, D. Smith, J. Carlson, C. Lund, Miss Booth, M. Bergan, M.
Oelrich. Row 4: B. Melrose, B. Hoof,  W. Haycox, L. Lallas, D. Wolf, J.
Carlbom, D. Pippinger, D. Ward, R. Schermerhorn, G. Phister, G. Van 
Woudenberg, E. Grey, L. Friberg, G. Wolf. PRESS CLUB  Several parties were
among the social  events of this year's Press club. Formation  of a
basketball team which was victorious  in its encounter with the Lummi
Indians  was another of the club's activities.  Officers this year were:
Clint Doherty,  president; Roger Gray, vice president; and  Colleen
Sullivan, secretary-treasurer.  The purpose of the club is to bring
to-gether  students interested in editing and  writing jobs on campus. 
USCF  The United Student Christian Foundation is de-voted  to the promotion
of religious life among the  students on an inter-denominational basis. It
pro-motes  Bible study, worship, group discussion, and  service projects
and is affiliated with the Bellingham  Council of Churches as a project of
the United Student  Christian Council of the United States. The foundation
maintains a center for religious and social activities,  which is known as
"The House," with a full time min- ister  to students, The Rev. William E.
Hallman.  Included among the activities for the year were  weekly dinners
and Bible study periods, roller skat-ing  parties at Ferndale, and
after-game socials. Miss  Mira Booth is the faculty adviser.  Page
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ARION CLUB  The organization for students interested in  music is the Arion
club. With the leadership of  President Ken Tinkham and Dr. Frank D'Andrea,
 adviser, they played an important part in the educational and social
activities of the music de-partment.  Arion club members served as the
hospital-ity   committee during the Music Educations Na-tional  conference
held on campus in March, with  2500 delegates and performers present.
Out-standing  work was also done during the North-west  Washington Music
Festival in which 1500  high school musicians participated.  VALKYRIE 
Valkyrie club, led by Betty Grocott, presi-dent,  has been active in many
service and social  functions this year. As a pep group they attend  all
games and usher at many affairs. Members are  selected because of their
leadership qualities and  participation in service to the college.  The
year's activities have included the sale  of "Mums" and presentation of a
skit for Home-coming.  The annual picnic was held spring  quarter.  Miss
Enid Karsten and Miss Dorothy Rams-land  were advisers this year.  First
Row, left to right: D. Byers, M. Orbeck, N. McGinnis, F. Tinkham, M. Frye,
C. Lamroureux, D. Oelrich, P. Lunde, B. Dale. Second Row: B. Byers, M.
Gustafson, K. MacKenzie, S. Bassett, R. Ross, A. Bennett, D. Nugent, E.
Konsa, M. Mallonee. Third  Row: K. Tinkham, B. Castol, R. Krebs, W.
Ellsworth, B. Nanney, J. Allen, F. Nielsen, L. Lunsford, T. Upington.
Fourth Row:  J. Hanson, R. Quinn, G. Perry, G. Magelssen, G. Oelrich,  L.
Wsgness, A. Swanberg, N. Bergson, D. Dale.  First Row, left to right: P.
Price, J. Gentry, J. Huyge, B. Dale, B. Foss. Second Row: N. Brown, M.
Johnson, L. Sovde, B.  Grocott, N. White, B. Hayes. Third Row: D. James, R.
Goldade, C. Crook, M. Weber, B. Lange, N. Kamperman, A. Kohler.  Fourth
Row: Miss Ramsland, J. Brown, N. Roberts, V. Ulancich, M. Hall, L.
Bergmann, A. Brown, L. Nattrass. S. Fisher M.  Smith, Miss Karsten.  Page
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I A CLUB  The Industrial Art club's main project for  the year was
reconditioning a 1940 Packard  coupe to  raise funds in order to send
representa-tives  to the Industrial Arts convention. The club  also worked
on a  float for the centennial and per-formed  I. A. demonstrations at the
Inland Em-pire  convention in Spokane. The club is affiliated  with the
American Industrial Art association.  SKI CLUB  Under the direction of Dr.
Roloff the Ski club  spent a busy and successful year. Fall quarter be-gan 
with a steak fry  at Lakewood and an over-night  trip to Mount Baker. The
club put a skiing  display in the music building on club carnival  night.
Officers for the year were Neil Mullen,  president; Curtis Noah, vice
president; Martha  McPherson, secretary; and Pete Newell, treas-urer.  J.
Honcoop, W. Kratz, H. Lagasse, L. Otten, J. Morgan, C. Hash, E. Angevine,
R. Dickey, E. Callender,  E. Moritz, S. Leathers, J. Maxfield, D. Wolf, D.
Thorneycroft, M. Freeman, R. Chapman, G. Greathouse  First Row: E. Lund, V.
Hitch, C. Resner, J. Redmond, M. McPherson, V. Scott, D. McLane, J.
Sinclair. Second Row: L. Jame-son,  M. Hancock, M. Hoyt, C. Lamoureux, M.
Benjamin, P. Albrecht, L. Virkelyst, P. Sinclair. Third Row: N. Wardell, J.
Wal-berg,  E. Konsa, G. Sedell, K. McHargue, M. Hardie, K. Valentine, N.
Mullen. Fourth Row: R. Ross, A. Swanberg, P. Newell,  B. Porter. Fifth Row:
H. Tidball, D. Agnew, B. Solberg, B. Gallan, J. Jorgenson, D. Jangard, G.
Rector. Sixth Row: D. Huber,  J. Tudor, J. Bonamy, L. Botsford, G. Stenman,
N. Curtis. Last Row: Dr. Roloff, A. McConnell, P. Gibson, B. Kerns, G. Mc- 
Pherson, P. Van Zanter, O. Lecompte, J. Spike, J. Howgate.  Page
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COLLEGE BAND  The Viking band, under the direction of Don Walter, was  on
hand for the College pep assembly and football game which  marked the
beginning of the school year. In November of fall  quarter the band gave a
Thanksgiving concert. Again they  presented a Christmas concert for the
enjoyment of the college  students, faculty, and townspeople.  The annual
band tour was taken winter quarter during the  first week of March. The
band travelled as far east as Wenat-chee  and along the coast to Aberdeen.
Seventy-five members  took part in the tour. On their return the band
presented the  annual winter concert,  enjoyed by many Bellingham citizens.
 For many years Western's band has been chosen as official host hand for
the Blossom Time festival and so it was not  surprising that they were
chosen as official host band for  Bellingham's Centennial celebration this
year.  The Viking band was chosen as official band  for Armed  Forces Day
at Whidbey Naval Air Station, May 16. The last  big engagement of the year
was the Rhododendron festival  at Port Townsend.  COLLEGE CHOIR  The choir
this year consisted of 135 members during the  three quarters of the
1952-1953 school year. Under the  direction of Bernard Regier, the group
gave many perform-ances  on campus, in the community, and throughout the 
state.  During the  first week of November the choral group  sang for the
annual Parents' Day program. In the latter part  of the same month, they
were heard on KPUG.  A beautiful Christmas concert was given for the
enjoy-ment  of the students of Western and the townspeople. Febru-ary 
found the choir performing again for the High School  Leaders' Conference. 
The Northwest Music Educators Conference was held on  the WWC campus this
year, with the blue and white robed  choir supplying some of the choral
music.  The annual choir tour was held spring quarter this year,  when
seventy members presented programs in high schools  for several consecutive
days, and at KOMO radio station in  Seattle, April 19. After the tour the
choir members turned  to work on the opera "Martha," jointly sponsored by
the  departments of music and drama. Their final performance for  the year
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Row 1: H. Thomas, S. Davis, J. Kimple, P. Bennett, J. Baily, M.
Winterhouse. Row 2: E. Rhodes, M. Estes, S. Gadwa, P.  Anderson, J. Lacy,
B. Carbonatto, I. Sheehan, J. Anderton, T. Raymond, J. O'Sammon. Row 3: I.
Usitalo, I. Raines, M.  Kratz, F. Lunsford, J. Galletly, D. Vik, N.
Stewart, S. Estle. Row 1: E. Sande, D. Campbell, J. Willet, C. Campbell, R.
Connely, C. Campbell, D. Wallace, C. Marcoe. Row 2: Miss Patricia  Hieber
(adviser), Mr. Bergan, J. Cornell, A. Chenier, J. Redmond, W. Orbeck.
STUDENT WIVES  With an average attendance of 35, the stu-dent  wives' group
has been active this year.  Included among their activities was the sale of
 Pow-wow dolls during homecoming.  Each quarter a  social was held to which
the  husbands were invited. This year the banquet  held in Edens hall was
enjoyed by a large group  of students and their wives.  SQUARE AND CIRCLE 
The Square and Circle club began the 1952-  1953 year with sixteen members
who met every  second and fourth Monday night in Rec Hall to  form and
practice new and old square dances.  The club worked and presented a dance
exhibi-tion  for the enjoyment of faculty, students and  townspeople at the
Christmas program. Officers for the year were president, John Willet; vice 
president, Earl Sande; secretary, Gerty Strauss;  treasurer, George
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PEP STAFF-Dr. Pawelek, J. Young, P. Price,  F. Jackson, L. Bergmann, L.
Westman, D.  Wallace. Front row: S. Gimurtu, B. Woods,  L. Lindberg, D.
Folk, M. Gochnour, C. Ober-mueller,  D. Hodgson. SONG LEADERS-D. Folk, M.
Gochnour,  C. Obermueller.  YELL LEADERS--B. Woods, G. Gaupp, L. Lind-berg,
 D. Hodson, S. Gimurtu.  PEP STAFF... YELL AND SONG LEADERS  The pep
leaders for Western this year con-sisted  of three song leaders and six
yell leaders.  They rightly earned their titles by attending every  game
and giving their all to raise the cheers  needed to help the teams achieve
victories. Their  fine example is one that pep squads in the future  may
look back to as high standard of service  to the college. To them we offer
our thanks and  congratulations for keeping the school spirit alive.  Page
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Men's Quartet-W. Ellsworth, P. Dodsworth, B. Young, C. Campbell  String
Quartet-A. Batty, D. Nugent, M, Gustafson, S. Palmer  Opposite page-Upper
Picture: B. Hatfield, G. Perry, C. Peters,  D. Leslie. Lower Picture: Dean,
D. Daverin, R. Moffit, S.  Basset, M. Cary. J. Crook, M. Burchett, A.
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C. Sullivan, M. Seelye, J. Simon, D. Gay, R. Smith, R. Gray, R. Camfield,
C. Mulford  THE COLLEGIAN Heading the weekly Collegian for 1953 was Elaine 
Daverin Ondracek, no newcomer to student publica- tions.  Elaine reported
all her freshman year, was the  Collegian business manager as a sophomore,
and rose  to the top position in her third year. Mrs. Ruth Burnet  was
student publications adviser.  Loretta Olson and Mildred Seelye were the
1953  business managers. Ruth Smith was copy editor for  the three
quarters. Other responsible jobs were held  by Clint Doherty, Dave Gay, Jim
Simon, Roger Grov-dahl, John Ricketts, Carol Mulford, Colleen Sullivan, 
Arlene McKinney, and Maryann Dexter.  Capable contributors for shorter
periods were Marion  Baldwin, Warren Coffelt, Maureen Couplin, Roger  Gray,
Mark Hardie, Wil Knutsen, E. S. Laird, Gerry  McCormick, Win Pearson, Dick
Stark and John Willet.  A highlight of the year was the return to the 
eight page tabloid-size Collegian instead of the four  pages of 1952.
Activities were climaxed by the tradi-tional  spring Publications banquet. 
D. Gay, C. Doherty, J. Ricketts, R. Grovdahl, B. Henton, D. Stark,  M.
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PROFILE  Another "first" was produced  by the '52-'53 Profile. This year 
the practice of utilizing coupons  for obtaining the winter and  spring
quarter supplements was  initiated.  The current student directory was
edited by Clint Doherty.  V. Vuylsteke, N. Wardell, V. Schlagel, A. Bowman.
 KLIPSUN  Audrey Adams Bowman headed the Klip-sun  staff for 1953. As
business manager, Dona  Isaacs was her assistant. James Stewart and  Ron
Camfield were responsible for the student  photography.  Staff members at
different times during the  year were Clint Doherty and Jim Simon, copy 
readers, and Arlene Nienaber, Viola Schlagel,  Nancy Wardell, and Virginia
Vuylsteke on gen-eral  assignment.  MINOR PUBLICATIONS  Responsible for the
three minor student  publications this year were Joyce Hutchison, 1953
Navigator, the student handbook; Clint  Doherty, Profile, the campus
directory; and Galen  Freeberg and Dona Isaacs, Homecoming booklet,  the
Big Game program.  Gerry McCormick and Roger Grovdahl made  a good start
with Western Roundup, a series of  information booklets on sports and
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Row 1: H. Burger, C. Hash, D. Andrus, J. Anderson, P. Muir, K. German,
Carver. Row 2: Ciszek, D. Jones, B. Bright, J. Hanson, B.  Davis, D.
Pangallo, K. Swalwell, R. Woodman. Row 3: B. Hansen, G. Reimer, L. Padgett,
M. Peterson, C. Lindberg, R. Harrison,  J. Swan.  W CLUB WRA  The W club
consists of most of Western's  athletes and includes some from each and
every  sport. Sam Carver and Ray Ciszek are the club  advisers. The social
activities this year were the  smoker held in the college gym and the
annual  banquet, held this year at Brownie's Cedar Chest.  A trip to scenic
Diablo dam was first on the  fall quarter agenda for the WRA girls. Thirty 
girls signed up for the trip. A membership drive was sponsored during which
the club succeeded  in signing up one hundred members.  Winter quarter the 
WRA sponsored the an-nual  carnival. Business for the year was com-pleted 
with a weekend spent at Sinclair Island.  Row 1: M. Bailey, M. Cole, P.
Baxter, J. Olsen, C. Federico, M. Rankin, J. Gloman, M. Ahues, J. Kephart, 
J. Huyge, V. Schlagel, A. Granger, T. Oliver, M. Oelrich, L. Nattress, J.
Reinholt. Row 2: U. Plancich, W. Shannon, J. Clark, P. Hackett, B.
McDonald, M. Baldwin, M. Ness, C. Mulford, S.  Mallahan, R. Norman, C.
Johnson, D. Mountioy, L. Bonney.  Row 3: M. Wilson, J. Hurlbut, D.
Scribner, L. Stibre, D. Stevenson, B. Campbell.  Row 4: D. Nugent, M. Hoyt,
N, Wardell, L. Romer, B. Manely, D. Clark, M. Hancock, M. Oliver, S.
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Top left-Mixed rec volleyball Top right--The starting splash  Center
left--A bowling class in action Bottom right-Intramural baseball  Bottom
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FOOTBALL  The Vikings started the 1952-1953 season  with a game against
Pacific University, one of the finest opponents and champion in the
North-west  league: Pacific U. won it with a score of 9-7.  On offense, the
Western team used eight  different formations, which is possible on the 
"straight line" philisophy. Coaches Charles Lap-penbusch  and Ray Ciszek
commended the team  on their excellent defense, which held the op-ponents 
to 42 points, and on the Viking offense  which gained 195 points for
Western.  BASKETBALL  Western's blue and white varsity squad  stacked up
672 points to come just slightly under  the combined 729 points of their
opponents.  In non-conference games the team had a record of 11 wins and 3
losses, with combined  total points standing at 793 for Bill McDonald's 
Vikings and 743 for their opponents.  There were three graduating seniors
on this  year's 1952-1953 squad, Jack Anderson, Bob  Woodman, and Bob
Hansen. Western will feel  their loss in future games.  Football
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Row 1: D. Andrus, T. Rassley, R. Markishtum, D. Jangard, M. Bogdanovich.
Row 2: P. Muir, N. Richardson. Row 3: J. Gard, K. Swalwell.  Row 4: F.
Conger, H. Burger, J. Smithers, L. Padgett, J. Mariotti. Row 5: B. Hood, K.
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Row 1: P. Lang, D. Anderson, R. Hansen, D. Mansur, A. Lee. Row 2: B. Short,
D. Walley. Row 3: L. Lowery, D. Moen, G. Bankus. Row 4: S.  Bliss, A.
Cornett, T. Fones, J. Maston, J. Sheenan. Row 5. Solberg, B. Karwacki. Row
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Basketball games, complete with pep band, yell leaders, and a capacity
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Row 1: B. Hansen, C. Lindberg, B. Woodman, B. Stone  Row 2: J. Anderson, G.
Dacus, B. Petrosik, C. Reimer  Row 3: J. Chamberlain, P. Buday, Coach
McDonald, L. Padgett  Row 1: Coach McDonald,  B. Woodman, G. Dacus, J. 
Chamberlain, B. Hanse n.  Row 2: B. Petrosik, J. An-derson,  P. Buday, C.
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Row 1: Coach Starr, West, Lee, Burger, Olson, Swalwell  Row 2: Hoisington,
Lunsford, Carlson, J. Sager,  T. Bell  JV BASKETBALL  Top scorer for this
year's JV basketball team  was Fred West. This Enumclaw  sharp-shooter led 
the team through a successful season.  Besides playing the regular round of
games, the JV's also met with independent teams and  junior colleges. 
Under the capable coaching of Jerry Starr,  the game of the year proved to
be against UBC.  The purpose of the Junior Varsity is to find  and develop
varsity material and to give more  men a chance to compete on the
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Coach Ilo Sande, Barry Davis, Dick Mealy, Ken German, Gerry Royal, Dick
Krull, Don Daverin, Dennis Duncan, Bill Aho, Ivan Hickenbottom, Allen
Swanberg, George Hansen, Dennis Carlsen  Divers- Hickenbottom, Aho 
SWIMMING TEAM  The 1952-1953 year marked the second season that Western's
swimming team  has been a member of the Evergreen Conference. Coach Sande
can well be proud  of his  swimmers because this year they walked away with
the conference champ-ionship.  The co-captains for the team were Dick Mealy
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Top Picture: Swimming in unison.  Nancy Roberts, Carolyn Knowles, Joyce
Penner, Pat Gibson, Kathi Reardon, Loretta Stibre, Lorrene  Bergmann, Nancy
Trafton, Mary Jones, Janice Carlbom, Elaine Ondracek, Susan Knox, Dorothy
Eyres,  Lois Chudek, Grey Tozier, Beverly Manely, JoAnn Gloman, Shirley
McMicken, Kathy Hanson.  Bottom, left: A waterwheel. Bottom right: A
synchronized float.  BLUE  BARNACLES  Blue Barnacles swimming club
consisted of twenty of Western's mermaids  this year. They were directed by
Miss Margaret Aiken. The girls have met in the  college pool every Monday
night throughout the school year to practice various  strokes and
synchronized swimming. They presented a water ballet for public  enjoyment
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Top, left: Row 1 .--Burger, Padgett, Evans, Lindberg, Hansen, Swalwell,
Thomas. Row 2-Martin (coach), Newell, Reimer, Hanse, Gard, Mc-  Glothern,
Burger. Top, right: Ken Swalwell. Bottom, left: H. Burger, C.  Lindberg.
Bottom, right: Bob Hansen.  The baseball team is coached by Joe Martin, 
who also manages the Bellingham Bells, the local  semi-pro team. Under his
coaching, the 1952 nine  met with an outstanding season. According to Coach
 Martin, as good a record is expected this year, pro-viding  the pitching
holds up.  The pitching chores at the beginning of the  1953 season were
handled by Spud Walley and  Bob Hansen.  The team is a member of the
Evergreen Con-ference,  which includes UBC, CPS, and PLC on the  west side.
The west side then plays the east side  for the championship.  Page
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Top, left: Row 1-Erlandson, Kerr, Garret, Swalwell. Row 2-Galloway, Muir,
Carlson, Marcoe, Ciszek (coach). Row 3-Swan, Peterson, Burges,  Whan, Kays.
Top, right: Jack Bowman. Center, left: Whan, Muir, Swin. Bottom, left:
Frese. Bottom, center: Burges. Bottom, right: Sager.  Under the able
coaching of Ray Ciszek, the  1953 track team was one of the best. Even with
the  loss of eight men, this year's team proved to be  better, all around,
than that of last year. Four im-portant  team members were back. They were
Jerry  Swan, and Ken Swalwell, New Westminster, B. C.,  Modris Peterson,
Seattle, and Fred West, Enumclaw.  Swalwell, a sophomore, ran the mile and
two-mile.  Last year he took sixth place in the 1000 yard  run at the NAIA
meet at Abilene, Texas.  Swalwell competes in the shot put and the discus.
He made a new discus record of 139' 6"  over the former one set in 1950 by
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Left to right: Bob Doyle, Fred Carbonatto, Ben Doyle, Sam Carver, Gene
Park, Roger Stearns, Earl Peterson.  GOLF  The golf team this year had
three returning lettermen: Fred Carbonatto,  Roger Stearns,  and Eugene
Park. These experts, plus the host of new hopefuls,  including Bob Doyle,
Bennie Doyle, Ron Caufman, Jack Spadler, Dave Merner,  and Earl Petersen,
comprised Western's 1953 golf team. Their opponents were  the Evergreen
Conference colleges plus Seattle University and Seattle Pacific. They
played a full schedule from the middle of April to the middle of May and 
practiced at the Country Club in their spare time.  To the players who
represented Western so well in a sport that brings com- paratively  little
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Top left: Intramural basketball game  Lower left: Pat Baxter and Wilma
Shannon  Top right: Two more points!  Lower right: Looking over the skiing
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Index to 1953 Klipsun and Names of Students Not Pictured  n  Aagard,
Kenneth  Aandahl, Elliot  Aanes, Leo  Aarstad, Neva  Abernethy, Annette 
Abrahamson, Normar  Aho, William  Adolphson, Fred  Agnew, David  Agnew, Sam
 Ahues, Minnie  Albers, Mary  Albrecht, John  Albrecht, Phyllis  Aldrich,
George Aldrich, James  Alexander, Helen  Alger, Dale  Allen, James  Allen,
John  Almasi, Terry  Almquist, William  Alvord, Irving  Alvord, Mary . 
Amundsen, George  Andes son, David  Anderson, Don  Anderson, Neil 
Anderson, Jack  Anderson, James  Anderson, Jerry  Anderson, Lloyd 
Anderson, Ruth  Anderton, Willis  Andrews, Peggy  Andrus, Dwight  Angevine,
Edwin  Arentzen, Frederick  Armstrong, Marlene Asher. Dolores  Atwood,
Warren  Aukland, Charles ....  Bailey, Edward  Bailey, Mary Ann____  Baird,
Alberta  Baird, Ralph ..............  Baker, Frank . ----.........  Baker,
Nancy  Baker, Norma ........  Balch, Grace  34,  Bergan, Mercia
.--------------- 34, 6  . ...3 8 B e rg e so n , N e il
---------------------------------------- 49, 59 Bergmann, Lorrene
_______.33_, _____3.4 , 2  Berry, Jack  19 Berry, Richard 1  62, 64 Best,
Ross - _  Bitney, Shirlee  61, 86 Bitterman, Wayne  Bierke, Gordie  30
Blair, Wesley  Blakely, Robert 30, 62 Bliss, James  30, 64 Boettcher, James
 Bogdanovich, Marion  19, 64 Bollman, Robert  Bolton, G. ...  38 Bonamy,
Jacqueline  Bonino, Elia  38 Bonner, Bonnie  Bonney, Lyla  Borchers, Donald
3  62 Borjesson, Jean  Borrett, Don  Botsford, Louie ......  -- 38 Boulton,
Gwenth  - 59 Bovee, Clifford  Bowes, Robert  82 Bowman, Audrey  Bowman,
Jack  84 Bowman, Robert  Boysen, Delmer -- --  Brackinreed, Kenneth 
Brandner, Crosby  Brandt, Jean  30 Branick, Virginia  - 30 B ran n, N o rm
an ..------------------------ -------------  81 Brannian, William  19, 59,
60 Bravender, Eleanor  Bright, Bill  38 Brock, Richard  Bruland, Gerald  38
Broomall, Sarah  Brown, Arlayne -  Brown, Berniece  B Brown, Clyde  Brown,
E. E . .  ----------- ----------------- .--. 19 Brow n, Joan -- -- 19, 
---- -------------59, 64 Brown, Nancy 19,  -- Brown. Stella  Brown, Troyce 
Brownrigg, Richard  Bryant, Leslie  Buday, Paul  Budd, Doris  Baldwin,
Marion . - ---------------------- - 59  Ball, Robert ..- . . . . . . . . .
. .  Bannerman, Lois  B a n n iste r, H e rb e rt ........... ...........
.. ......... ---..  Basset, S. . ----- .----- . .. .. ..
..-----6--3-----------  Barbo, Sally .----------------  Barkus, G ary
...... .... ....... . . 82  Barnhill, David .-------  Barr, Roger  B a r r
o n , L . .--------- ---------- -------- .... .... .... 6 4 Barton, Dee --
-------------------------  Bartow, Helen . ..-------------------------- 19 
Bartruff, Jeanette --------------------- --------- 34  Bassett, Shirley 
Batdorf Carl --  Battey, Anne ............  Baxter, Patricia  Baxter,
Robert Beatty Danny ..........  Beck, Frank ..............  Beeston, Leslie
..........  Bell, Bessie - . ..-----  Bell, Roger ..... .....  Bell, Tom
---- . .  Benjamin, Marie .......  Bennett, Alice ..  Bennett, Ralph 
Benson, Leonard Benson, Richard --..-....  Berg, John ..... .---  Page
ninety-two  Buerstatte, Margaret  Buhtz Alice Burchett, Thomas  Burchett,
Edna  Burger, Harvey -  Burger, Robert  Burges, Marylou  Burgess, Donald - 
Burmaster, Carl  Burnell, Charles  Butler, Charles  Byres, Barbara  Byres,
Doris --...........  ........ . .............. 1 9 , 5 9 C a b e , K e ith
-  ...____________-3.0_,_ 62, 64 Callahan, Mary  Callender, Ernest Cameron,
Stephen  -.-.-. ...---.--..... 38 Cam field, Ronald  .......... -
.-..-.....- . 30, 59 C am pbell, Beverly ....... . 34, 65 Campbell, Charles
 ...- -- Campbell, Clare  . .. . .. .. ..-. 85 Cam pbell, Dale  _.. _....
..... ........ ..... 3 4 Ca m p b e ll, Ro d n e y  _ _ .. --.... .- .....
. 3 8 Ca rbo n atto, Fre d .......  - ---- Carlbom, Janice  Carlsen, Dennis
-  - Carlson, Elizabeth ___  Carlson, Eva --- ------  Dahl, Audrey  30
Dahl, Forrest-- -----------  59 Dahl, Myrna .. - - - - 38  34, 59, 64
Dahlgren, Betty 59  81 Daines, Virginia - 30, 62  34 Dale Bernice  Dale,
Bonnie 58  Dale, Richard  Dalton, Patricia  Daniels, Irma 38  38 Daverin,
Donald 38, 86  38  David, Megan  ... .. .. . 30 Davis, A lice Jean  Davis,
Barry - 34, 86  Davis, John  ------.---------..- -- - 8 1 Da w s, Bi ll  30
Daws, E. A.  - Day, Charlotte  Dayton, Roland  34, 59, 63, 64 Dean, Bob -- 
--- 38 DeAtley, Mary ..... .-6--4--  34, 70 Deckebach, Carolyn -  -- 70, 19
DeHoog, William  30, 70 DeKoster, Roland  D eLancey, W illiam ---.
------------....................  ----------- . - .--.---.-.- 19 DeM ers,
Harry .  38, 65, 87 Deniston, Douglas .59  86 Dennis, Charles -- 
-------------------- --------------3 8 Dexter, M aryann 38, 65  ----..--
---------------------- Diamond, Donna -----------------  65, 70 Carlson,
John _.______ -________64, 65, 85  ..... 30 Carlson, Thelma  '1, 87
Carlson, Wayne 38  34 Carpenter, Gertrude ......... 38  9, 64 Carson,
Eugene Carter, Rose  Carver, Barbara 34  Cary, Maurice -- 59, 63  Cass,
Ramona ------------------------- 38  19 Casto,  Robert  Catron, Stanley 
Caufman, Ron  Cavalli, Helen  81 Chamberlain, James  Champion, Nancy -- 
... 59 Chandler, Julia  Chandler, Martin ------------------ 38, 63 
Chapman, Guy  38 Chapman, Raymond ----------- -------- 19  Chenier, Alice
-------------------- 65, 70  10, 65 Chenier, Walter 30  Chudek, Lois 38, 87
 Clark, Elizabeth _ 30  38 Clark, J. -------------------------- 38, 59  38
Clark, Richard  Clarke, Verna 34, 59  - Clay, Shirley  65, 75 Clendenen,
David  89 Coates, Fred  Coffelt Warren 59  Cohrs, Ray 33, 64  Cole, George
Cole, Marie --------------------------- 62  Cole, Margaret  38 Collyer,
William _-------_____- 30, 58, 59  ----- Compton, Allen  Compton, Ethelyn
--  38 Coger, Frank - 81  34 Connelly, Ralph -- 70  Cooper, Dona - 64
Cornell, Jo Ann .... .....-----------.---5-2--,- -.6 4, 70  63 Cornett,
Allan __ _____________________ 82  59, 65 Coskey, Roland  Couplin, Maureen
- 38, 65  Creel, John  38 Crisp, Hugh  59, 62 Crook, Carolyn
_______---________ 49, 59  59, 69 Crook, Judith -___- ------------ 38, 59,
63  Croghan, Jack  C u rry , Siste  r M . D ...---.----- ------------
----------------  38 Curtis, Robert  -- 38 D  84  Dacus, Gaylon -- 84  I~,
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Index to 1953 Klipsun and Names of Students Not Pictured  Dick, Peggy 
Dickau, Clifford  Dickey, Robert   Dickinson, Charles  Dickinson, Dolores 
Dickson, John  Diimmel, Lucille  Dimick, Olga  Dimick, Ruthanne  Dixon,
Jonna  Dixon, Robert  Dodson, Karen  Dodson, Orran  Dodsworth, Paul 
Dodsworth, Gerry  Doherty, Clinton  Donala, James  Donnelly, Barbara 
Donovan, Carol  Douglas, Raymond  Dowd, Harold  Downing, Joyce  Doyle,
Bennie  Doyle, Bob  Dudley, Eleanor  Duncan, Dennis  Duncan, Lorraine 
Dunham, Gwinn  Dustin, Beverly  Drake, Clancy  Dralle, Wayne --  Draper,
Bob  Driver, Mildred  Dybdahl,  Melvin  Dye, Richard ___.  34, 65 Fones,
Truman  Forbes, Ruth  59 Ford, Myrtle  Forsell, Paul  59, 64 ForsloF, Duane
 Foss, Betty  Fotheringham, John  Fowles, Morgan  Fralich, Naoma  Franks,
Fannie Francisco, Clyde  Franson, William  Franulcvich, Paul  58 Frazier,
Lynn  58 Frederickson, Monica  65 Freeberg, Carlin ......  Freeberg, Erling
 64 Freeberg, Galen  34 Freeman, Lois  30, 62, 64  34  86  34, 59 34  38,
65  .............  E  Eacrett, M. L. --.-. - -  Easter, James  Edin, Donna
- -38  Eastwood, Glenn -- Edmisten, Sharon -- -  Elkins, Alina --  Elliott,
Ann -----------------------  Elliott, Dale ........................  Ellin,
Kenneth  Ellsworth, Ward  Elsberry, F. ______38, 63  Elsbree, John - -- 
Endicott, Rex  Endrizzi, Ed Enga, Paul ...-- 63  Engdahl, Jeanne -  Erdman,
Claretta  Erickson, Robert - -  Erlandson, John . _ ._____--_.  Estergreen,
Dale . . . ._________3_.8  Estes, Charles  Estle, Paul
------------------------------ Evens, A llen ..............
..........3.4.........  Evans, Darrell  Evans, Mervyn --  Evans, Phyllis 30
 Eyres, Dorothy ------------------ - ------- . . 87  F  Fackler, Richard ..
-----------------------  Fahey, Dennis --------------------
...----------------------.  Fallis, John  Farrell, Charles  Farrell, Law
rence ........................... . 82  Feagan, Robert 82  Federico,
Carmela _____.___._. ____ ____.... 30  Fehlhaber, Nancy -
.....................................3-8  Ferguson, Cecil -  Finch, Nancy
.........-------------------------- 34  Fisher, Joe --- -----------------
----  Fish e r. S u e .- - -- - - -- - -- - - -- - - -- - -- - - -- - --- 3
0  Fleming, Alexander  Fleming, Richard .  Fletcher, DeForrest  Flickinger,
Mary Lee ____._._ ____________.... 38  Flood Patricia  Folk, Diane ...--
------------------------------- 34  Freeman, Merlin  Frese, Maren  Friberg,
Lorraine  Friese, George -- - -  Fritzberg, James  Frye, Mary Lou  Fyfe,
Charlene  Funk, Robert  Gabrielson, Gordon  Gadwa, Francis Gallagher, Paula
 Gallant, Carole  Gallant, Harvey  G allant, Jean ............... 
Galletly, James  Galloway, George  Garber, Kenneth  Garcia, Ann  Gard, Jim 
Garrett, Maralyn -  Garrett, Peter -- -  Gasparini, Ernie  Gates, Ernest 
Gates, Robert  Gaupp, Gloria  Gay, David  Gentyr, Janice  Gerard, Donald 
German, Kenneth  German, Maribeth  Giarde, Beverly  Gibbons, Esther  Gibbs,
John ........ _____.  Gibson, Norma  ..-.-........  Gibson, Patricia 
Gibson, Timothy __  Giger, Robert  Gilman, William  Gimurtu, Steve .. .
._____  Ginder, John _____  Gislason, Donna  Gladwin, Renee  Glanz, Martha 
Gloman, JoAnn Gochnour,( Maurine _  Goheen, Milton ______________. 
Goldade, Rita .. __.______  Gollan, Beverly ...............  Gordon, Faye -
 Gordon, Robert ...............  Gordon, Sharon __________  Gouley,
Nancyanne   Gowrley, Dick _____________  Gralener, Gladys __________ 
Grace, Lucille . . . .  G ragg, (June --------- ---------  Graham, Charla 
G raham , Harry --...........  Granger, Ardith  Granger, Charles ....... 
Grant, Jeannette  Gray, Beverly ___..______  G ray, Eugenia
------------------  36 Gray, Roger  38 Greathouse, Glenn  Green, Richard .
.. .  Green, Virginia  59 Greenleaf, Belle  Greenough, Alice  Gregor, Alton
 38 Greinier, William -  Gresli, Marilyn  . Grocott, Betty  Grovdahl, Roger
_  Gudbranson, Bruce --  38 Gudmundson, Magnus  30 Gunderson, Vivian  ....
30 Guntner, Franklin  Guthrie, Dick  Gustafson, Maureen  -...... . ...... 3
4 , 6 5  22, 54, 61  .......... ...... -8 1  22  H  Haan, Janet ... --.-. .
38  30, 59, 63, 65 Hachman, Dolores  Hackett, Patricia . . 62  358 ,-- -
Haffner, Allie  38, 53, 65 Hagglund, Joanne Halberg, Dorothy ........ .. 
Hall, Marilyn 59  Hall, Ronald 38  Hammastem, Jean  38 Hancock, Marrianne
30  Handeland, Alma 65  Hankins, John .. -  Hanna, Maurice  ___ 34
Hanowell, Robert 38  Hansen, Mary -- --  64 Hansen, Robert 82  Hansen,
Robert -- 84  Hanson, Dorothy  Hanson, Duane  -.------------ 8 1 H a n so n
, G e o rg e .. .. .. . .. .. . . . .. . .. ... 3 4 , 8 6  38 Hanson,
Kathryn -- 87  Harden, Donald  Hardie, Mark 22, 58, 64  Harding, Lenna 
Hardy, Dolores 22  49 Hardy, Jerald  54, 65 Hargreaves, Terrence Harmala,
Ralph  Harrison, Ron  22, 59, 86 Hartough, Dan --  Harvey, Leota 31  Hash,
Carl (Cliff)  - Hatfield, Joseph  -.-..--.-.----- _.2-2- --.H aug, Frain 31
 Haugh, John  -............................ 62 H aw n, Barbara -  Hawn,
Jere  38 Hayes, Ruth  38 Hazlett, Barbara 33, 34  . _.__. ___ .3 8, 71
Haycox, William 31, 65  Hayward, Georgie --------------------- 31  Heald,
Anthen -- -- -  -- 63 Heath Herbart  22, 62 Heathers, Perry  22, 62, 87
Hegre, Poal .. 81  71 Henry, Lois  Henton, Barbara 
--.-------------------------- 30 H er , Kenneth  ------------34-
---H-er-g-er-t, --Jo-h-n- ---- - - - - 22, 59  Herrick, Jack  Hewitt,
Dorothy 31  .. Hickenbottom, Ivan ------------------- 53  Hickey, Howard 
--.--------------- 22 Hill, Tom -- -- - 31, 59  ------.....38. ..H.i t.ch.,
.V. ir-g- in- ia -------- 3 8  38, 64 Hilton, Louis  --.-._.._.. .. 38
Hinkle, Charles  Hodgson, Don ----- ------------------- 71 
--.---------------- 38 Hodgson, James ------------------ - 38  - 38 Hoff,
M. ------------------------------ 63  --- - - Hoff, Raymond  Hoffeditz,
Marilynn .  .---..----.------------- 34 Hogan, James .  Page ninety-three

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Index to 1953 Klipsun and Names of Students Not Pictured  Hoggins, Dale 
Holden. Richard  Holland, Chivous __.  Holland, Jack  Holmlund, Carl 
Holmstrom, Mary __.  Holstead, Jack _____  Honcoop, Jim .....  Hood,
Clayton -....  Hoof, Bruce  Hook, David  Houghton, Meech  Hovde, John
........  Howard, Barbara  Howard, Ray ____  Howatson, Donna  Howe, Henry
..........  Howgate, John ......  Hovik, Elmer .......  Hovik, Shirley
.......  Hoyt, MaryAnn ....  Hubbard, Floyd .....  Huber, Donna  Hudson,
Bonnie .... Huff, Marilyn .--....  Hughes, Charles ....  Hughes, Donald ___
 Hunt, Lynn  Hunter, Lorne ........  Hurlbut, Jacqueline  Huyge, Joanne
.....  Inm an, V irgil ..... ......  Irons, LeRoy .. .....--------- 
Isaacs, Dona -  J Jackson, Floyd - ....---------  Jackson, Norman  Jacobs,
Marie -----  Jacoby, Janice ........-----  Jacobson, Bruce -- ...----- -- 
James, Dorothy .....------  James, Robert . . .----.-------  Jameson, Lynne
_ .  Jangard, Donald ..... __.......  Jank, Willard  Jansen, Donell  Jans,
W illiam -..... .. ...  Jarvis, Janet ..................... Jensen, Bob -- 
Jensen, MaryLou  Joergenson, Anita  Joergenson, Kelvin __--...... 
Johanesen, Ronald .. ...  Johnsen, Donald ..........  Johnsen, Duane - 
Johnson, Delores ........ ....  Johnson, Dexter --....... Johnson, Farland
...-------.....  Johnson, Lee -.... .  Johnson, Marie  Johnson, M arilyn
...... .....  Johnson, Mary ....---------...  Johnson, Maureen -  Johnson,
Neva ........----------  Johnson, Ruth ........---------  Johnson,  Shirley
-..............  Johnson, Wilfred ...............  Johnstone, Miles
___.-.-.. .  ------------  ------------  ------------   ------------ 
------------  ------------  ------------  Jones, Darrel .. 23  Jones,
Donald -  Jones, Donald .......... ----- - Jones, George ------------ 
Jones, Mary .34, 63, 87  Jones, Stanley 23  Jongeneel, Marion
------------------------- -  Jorgenson, Jim  Jovanovich, M arie ...... ...
... . .. ......  Jude, Joan _-  Junk, Willard  Page ninety-four  --.  .. .
. --3 1  Kamperman ,Nellie ___  Kaufman, Jay  Karwacki, Bill  Kautz,
Elizabeth  Kasen, Douglas  ----- ---- --3-4- --K-e-en-e , Carolyn  Keith,
Donald  2 2 , 6 5 K e ith , J u n e ---........ .....  Kelly, Edna .. ... .
......... .34 K en n e d y , Ro y ............  Kephart, Joy  34 Kerns,
Robert  Kerr, Donald  Kersey, Ethel ......... .......... 59 Kette!, Ewald 
Ketterling, Reinhold  Kidd, Beverly  --- _ 34, 62 Kidd, Larry _..  .. ..
..... ...  .3 1 , 6 2 K i m p le , D i l l o n  King, Bessie  S31 King,
Maxine  31, 63, 64 King, Sally  34 King, Sheelagh  Kintner, Gordon  Kirby,
Walter  49, 59, 60 Kirk, Dorland  Kluksdahl, Harris  Knapp, Bill  S22, 60,
62, 64 Knight, Roberta  Knott, Marlene  Know, James ---  Knowles, Carolyn_ 
...........-. ....... Knowles, Sharon  S Knox, Susan .. ~~---------
-------------------usa  Knudsen, Leslie  Knutsen, W il ------ Knutson,
Kenneth .....  71 Koert, Murella  Kohler, Anne  S Kohler, Dick ----  Kohr,
Tom  Konsa, Esther 22 Kornblum, Bernice  Kratz, Whitfield ___.._  Krebo,
Raymond  81 Krull, Richard  Krull, Richard  Kuhn, Pat  Kuljis, Mary 
Kuoppala, John  Kuska, Bryan ....  LaBounty, Robert  Lacy, Lorne
_-------------  - LaFave,  Glenn  LaFreniere, William  Lafrenz, Victor
.......  . ______3_1. . Lagasse, Hector -......  ... ..... ..... . .. .. ..
La ird , El m e r ..-- ----  - Laird, Nova  ...................... .... 3 1
La llas, Lo u ie  34 Lamkin, James .. Lamoureux, Christine  Landahl, Jean 
......__________________..34 Landahl, Lillian  Langdon, Virginia  -.
............................. L a n g e , B a r b a r a . ----  Lange, Paul
 Lanphear, George  31  87  59, 87  31  31 31, 61  63  36, 68  36, 86  65 
23  23  23  -.------------------ - 5 9 , 2 3  .23  Larsen, Ronald  Law,
Ceole Lawrenson, DeWitt  Leathers, Samuel 59  LeCompte, Oscar  Lee, Arthur
85  Lee, Les 85  Lee, Vic Legbandt, Ursula 23  Lehmann, Beverly  Lemley,
Richard  MacGregor, Florence - 5  M acKenzie, Kay ----- ------ ---- 59 
Mackey, Ruth  MacPhail, Mary  McCampbell, Sarah -  McClellan, Roy 
McConnell, Albert McConnel, Robert  McCormick, Gerald  McCormick, Hays 
McCormick, Terence  McDonald, Barbara McDonald Roger  McGinnes, Jean 
McGinnis, Nancy  McGlothern, Richard  McHargue, Kathleen 35 Mclntee, Leo 
McKinney, Arlene 59  Mclvor, Lyla  McLean, James  McLin, Jack  McLane,
Donna ------------ ------------ 35  McMicken, Shirley 87  McPherson, George
 McPherson, Martha  McRae, Thomas Magelssen, Gerald 63  Maio, Don
------------------------  Majerus, Magdalen  Mallahan, Kathleen  Mallonee,
Margaret 35  Malnerich, James  Malone, Marvin 59  Mandery, Bev  Manely,
Beverly 62, 87  Manos, Pano  Mansur, Dale 60, 82  Marcoe, Clifford 70 
Mariotti, John ------------------------- 81  Markishtum, Carlisle -..-----
-- _____-...-____.. 81  Marr, Marjorie  Marsh, Loren  Martin, Chris 
Martin, Frank  Martin, Shirley ------------- ------------------- 59 
Martinsen, W esley ___._ _.............. . . 59  Martinson, Charlotte ___-
__--_ ......-35 Maston, Wayne --------------------------  Mastor, John 
Leslie, Donna  Lewarne, Charles _ 35, 64  ----------2--3 Lien, Allen  Lind,
Karl  ----- 82 Lindberg, Charles - 84  Lindberg, Lois .  31 Linde, Alida 23
 34, 65 Linder, Kenneth 23, 59  23 Linsert, Marylou  Little, Deloy 31 
Livermore, Elizabeth  Lloyd Judson  64, 65 Lochbaum, Nancy  - Lockhart,
James  64 Lord, Harriet .- 35, 59, 65  Loreen, Ernie ..  Lorentzen, Joanne
23  Lott, Anne  31 Loudon, Diane  Lowry, Larry 53, 82  Lowry, Ned  Lucas,
Robert  Lund, Corinne 59, 60, 65  Lund, Eloise  31 Lunde, Alfred
----------- ------------- 59  Lunde, Patricia 59  - Lunsford, Floyd 
Lunsford, Larry 37, 85  49, 61, 31 Luther, Joanne  Lutz, Paul  Lyle, Loren

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Index to 1953 Klipsun and Names of Students Not Pictured  Mastor, Ted 
Mathes, H. B. -  Matson, Marie  Mattson, Emma-Jean  Maxfield, Jesse  Maxim,
Eugene  Maxwell-Muir, Pete  Maxwell-Muir, Rodney - May, Bernice  Meadows,
Elmo  Mealy, Richard  Medcalf, Keith  Medley, Eleanor  Meenk, Sally  Meier,
Marjory  Melland, Arthur ___  Merner, Arthur  Meyer, Arline  Miller, Donna 
Miller, Herbert  Miller, Mary Miller, Mary Ann  Miller, Morris  Mills,
Cecelia  Minahan, Fred  Moe, Peter  Moen, Marilyn  Moen, Richard   Moffitt,
Raymond  Moller, Norma  Monroe, Richard  Montgomery, Duane  Moore, Colleen 
Moore, Donald  - -  Moore, Fred  Moore, G. A. - -----  Moores, Bill  Moors,
Burton - --  Morgan, Duane  Morgan, John Moritz, Earl  Morrison, lan 
Morrow, Mary  Morsman, Myra  Mortimer, James  Morton, Shirley  Moulton,
William _  Mountjoy, Donna  Muir, Claudette  Mulford, Carol  Mullen, Neil 
Murphy, Wallace  Muscutt, Mary  Musgrove, William  Mutch, Gloria -  Myers,
Mary  Myhre, Ralph _  N  Nahney, Robert ................ ..   Nattrass,
Lorraine -  Nelson, Eleanor  Nelson, Gene  Nelson, Kenneth  Nelson, Paul _ 
Nelson, Pauline ____  Nelson, Susan  Nelson, Viginia  Ness, Marydee 
Neudeck, Patricia  Newman, Paul  Newell, Peter Neyman, Maxtin  Nielsen,
Franklin  Nielsen, James --  Nielsen, R.  Nienaber, Arlene  Njaa, Theodore
Noah, Curtis - _____  Nugent, Donna  Noland, Jerry ______..  Nordtvedt,
Robert  Norman, Remo .___________-_ __.  Northrup, Charles  Noteboom, Jim 
31 Obermueller, Carol  O'Connor, Mary Lou Odell, Allen  Odle, Eldon 
Oelrich, Dolores  Oelrcih, George  Oelrich, Mary  O'Hearn, Patrick  Ohrt,
Mary Ann --  Oldani, JoAnne  35 Oliver, Marlene  Olsen, Delle  Olsen,
Loretta  Olson, Donald  59, 64 Olson, Eugene  Olson, John  Olson, Leola  --
-Olson, MaryAnn -  31 Ondracek, Elaine -  Ondracek, Ray Orbeck, Mary  35
Orbeck, Wilma  Oril, Richard  - 82 O'Sammon, Michael  63 Ostrom, Geraldine 
Oswalt,  Bob  Otness, Norma  Otten, Lee  Overdorff, Carolyn  64 Owens,
Garnett .......  Owens, John  Owings, Lola  Owings, William ___-  59 Paar,
Irene P. ........  61 Padgett, Larry ____  Paice, Ernest ...........
Paladin, Don ...........  Palmer, Suzanne ___  Pangallo, Richard ___  35
Park, Eugene .. _______ Parkhurst, Howard  Parnell, Lowell ___..  63
Parrish, Jerry _  65 Parry, Myrna  58 Patenall, Thomas  31, 65 Patrykus,
Ann  Patterson, Dick .......  Pearson, Gotthard  33 Pearson, Win  Pedersen,
Margaret Pederson, Barbara  Pederson, David .....  Pederson, Edwin  Pelkey,
Loren -  63 Penner, Joyce -.....  59 Pennington, Carole  Peoples, Janice
--....  Perry, Graham  Peters, Carl -.-------  35, 64 Peterson, Gerald
Peterson, Janis -  Peterson, Joanne __-.  64, 65 Peterson, Jack -______  39
Peterson, Modris ___  31 Peterson, Wesley  35 Petrosik, Bob -......... 
Pfister, Gordon  Philliber, Charlene  59 Phillips, Ronald  59 Philpott, Tom
......  39, 65 Pierce, Mary ______  Pinkerton, Guy _____  Pinkey, Janice 
Pippinger, Dorrene  Pirrung, Hazel  Pirrung, John -  .... 31 Fitsch, Greg .
 39 Plancich, Vivian 25,  Poirier, Paul Pond, Virginia  Porter, Robert  39,
71 Poulson, Lowell  31, 63 Pouler, Beverly  32, 55 Price, Harold  Price, 
Pa t-  32 Price, West  32 Prellwitz, Dixie  32, 59, 65 Preston, Eunice 
Pugh, Carol  37, 39 Putnam, Robert  25 Putnam, Patsy  60, 62, 64  - 25, 59 
32, 58  39  25, 71  39  Raaymakers, Pearl  39 Raaymakers, Theodore  32
a.ahmgren, Ruth ---------------------------------..---- 25  58, 59, 62, 65
Raines Howard  25, 59, 60, 61 Ralph, Peggy - 32  65 Rameau, Laureen 39, 64 
59, 70 Raper, George -  ------------- ----- 32 Rassley, Thomas .  --35
Rasmussen, Margie -----------------  39 Raymond, Harold 
-------------------22- 5-5- - --------RR eaamm eerr,, AAlli-l-e--n---
------------------------~__-_--_- 225  ------------------------------ 39
Reardon, Kathi .  25 Rector, George  Redmond, Julia
-------------------------------- - - --------- 70  Reeves, Hal  ..-  ..
---. Reeves, Lee .--  Rehberger, Gerald 39  Reilly, Colleen  p Reimer,
Galen ------------------------------------- .. 36  Reinert, Gerald 32 
Reinholt, Joan .. - ---- ---- ---- 63  - - Reink, Duane
---------------------------------. 39 Reinus, Vern  Renner, Lorraine ... .
. . . . . . .  ------------------------------------- 64 Renshaw , K en 
Reposa, Billie -------- 26  -- Resner, Carol --..................... 37, 39
 Reyes, Elias  ---------2-5. Rhinehart, Beverly ... ---- -----------------
39  Rhodes, Lee ---  Rice, Beverly --------------------------------------
39  Rice, Keith --  . ----------------- ----------------- 63 Richardson, N
orm an  Ricketts, Jo hn -------------------- ----............. . . 39 
Riehl, Eugene Riehl, Richard --------------------------------------. 39 
--.---------.. . ------ 59 Riggs, Dorothy ---------- 39  -- -- Righi,
Angelo --  -----.------------------- -------. 39 Roberts, N ancy Jo 32, 87 
Ro b iso n , M e lvi n -.... . . . . . .. . . . --  ...- ------------- 
Robuson, Charles ....---------------------------- 39 
---------------------------- --------- 25 Rockw ell, M arian
.----------------------------------6- 4  R o e , M a rle n e .------ ... ..
.. ... .. .. ... .. .. .3 9 , 4 0  --------------------- --------------- 62
Roessel, Elaine ------------------------------- - - --- - 59  - Rogers,
Jean --------------------------------------  32  Romer, Lois
-------------------------------------- - 26  Roo, Dale  ----------
---------- --------- ~__ 2 5 Ro se, Jo h n  R o s s , D o n a ld ... ...
... .. ... ... ... .. ... ... . 2 6 , 6 5  Ross, Rosem ary
-------------------- ---------- 32  - 25 Roth, N eil --..--- - - - -- - - -
- -- - - - - -  --------------------------- 25 Rothenbuhler, W illiam
----------------- Royal, Gerald 26, 60, 61  ----------------6-5-
---R-ub-y-, --R-ob-e-rt- -.-.-.-..
............................................... Rule, Rita .--.-...... 35 
S . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . S  .......-------------------- -- .3 2, 62 Sad ler, Jack ...-
--.-. ---------------------- 40  ....--------------------------. --- 39
Safsten, Curtis .-------------- -------------------.- 26  Sager, Jim 
.-----3--9-,- --6. 4, 65 Salisbury, Mary  . . .3 5 S a lle e , D o n a ld
_... . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
.......---------..---.............. . 39 Samms, Bob
------------------------------------ 59  .---- Samuelson, Kathleen
--------------------------------- 35  Page ninety-five  64, 65 Quinn,
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Index to 1953 Klipsun and Names of Students Not Pictured  Sandberg, Ralph
Squillace, Ralph  Sande, Earl --------------------------- 70 Staggs, Gene -
 Sashua, Marilyn --------------------------- Stanley, Donna ....... Sawyer,
Dick 26 Stark Richard  Sawyer, Thomas Stave, John  Schaffer, Thelma
Stearns, Roger Schellenberg, Ernest 59 Stenman, Gordon __.  Scheldrup,
Robert Stephan, Edna  Schell, Melville ----- ---- ---------------- _
Stephens, David -  Schermerhorn, John ------------------------ Stephenson,
Gordon Schermerhorn, Ronald -______.--.... __.. _ 65 Stevens, Carole 
Schlagel, Viola _________._. _ ___40, 65,  75 Stevenson, Donna  Schuyleman,
Marilyn Stevenson, Joyce  Scott, June Stevenson, Mary  Scott, Ross 60
Stewart, A. R.  Scott, Varryl Stewart, James  Scott, William . 26 Stewart,
Dick  Scribner, Marilyn __ ___.._ .. . . 40, 59 Stibre, Loretta  Sealander,
Carol Stobbart, George  Searing, Judith ... ..... . ..... .. .... ..
Stogsdill, Rose  Seckel, Harris 26, 64 Stone, Gladys .........  Sedell,
Geneva 35 Stone, Robert   Seelye, Mildred 74 Stone, Orville ....... 
Selander, Britt Stout, Gertrude  S e lk , R a lp h ... ... .. ... .. .. ...
.. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. . . S tro d e , E . A ..  Shahan, Elizabeth Stow
, Sheila ...........  Shan no n , W ilm a
..................................... 32, 62 Su llivan, C o lleen 
Shaudney, Walter Sundal, Robert  Shaw, Doris ... Sundquist, John  Sheehan,
John Sunitsch, Ann -......  Sheets, Jean 26, 59 Sutherland, Janet  Shell,
Mell 32 Sutherland, Sally  Sherman, Alvin 64 Svidran, Arthur ...... 
Shields, Olive Swalwell, Ken ---------  Shoot, George -- Swan, Betty 
Short, Robert ----------------------------- Swan, Gerald --  Shulene, John
----- Swanberg,  Alan ___  Shuman, Jeanne 32, 59 Swanson, Charles _ 
Silliman, Nancy 40 Swanson, Olaf  Simon, James ---- 35, 50  Simpson, Ronald
--_  Sinclair, Jack --.......  Sinclair, Joanne  Sinclair, Patricia  Six,
Allen -  Six, Gerald -----  Sizelove, Fred  Siolund, James  Skinner,
Phillis  Skogman, Kenneth  Slaninka, John  Sliter, Bernice  Sloan, Frances 
Slotemaker, Ruth  Smethers, John  Smith, Alexander  Smith, Anita   Smith,
Carole ........  Smith, Hubert  Smith, Jean  --. ------- - ----- - Tabo r,
R oss ---------  - Taylor, Audrey -3-5-- -------T--a--y-l-o--r-, Jean  35
Taylor, Charles  ---- --- Taylor, David -  Taylor, Frank s  Taylor. Phyllis
--- ---------  Taylor, Ralph -......................  --------- 53, 59, 60
Taylor, Ray ..-- ..  26 Teller, Margaret  Tender, Irene _.  - Tesdall,
Richard ----------  32, 63 Tesera, Shirley --------------------- 
---------------------------- 59 Theiss, James  Thomas, Harold  Thomas,
Jesse  35, 63, 64 Thomas, Keith  -.---------40- --T-h-om- a-s,- -Ro-b-er-t
- .--  Thompson, Floyd  Thompson, Harry  65 Thornevcrof,t David  35
Thorsen, Bernice .  59 Thorsen, Pat 26 Thorsen, Robert  35 Thorson, Robert 
---- 40 Ticknor, Charlotte  35, 65 Tidball, Helen  32, 61 Tinkham, Fern 
..... 26 Tinkham, Kenneth  Todd, Glenda  Todd, Robert  Tooker, William 
Top, Howard  32 Top, Jack   ---- Top, William -  62, 64 Tozier, G rey
-.......................  Tozier, Sydney  40, 59 Trafton, Nancee -- -
Trames, Tom  Trecker, Francys  40 Truman, Jacqueline  Tubbs, Thomas 
Tucker, Priscilla  Smith, Diana Smith, i.ynette  Smith, Marilyn ......... 
Smith, Martin  Smith, Pat  Smith, Raymond  Smith, Ruth -  Smith,  Wayne 
Snapper, John  Snowden, Helen  Solberg, Rober t  Solley, Eris  Solvik, Gene
 Sommers, Frances  Sorstakke, Carl  Sovde, Lora -- 26,  Spoelstra, Annette 
Speck, Jane -  Spencer, Ronald Spencer, William  Spike, James  Splane,
Patrick ___ -  Spurrel, Fred  Page ninety-six  Tudor, Jeannie Twidale,
Shirley  --------------4- 0 ---Tw- -in- g ,- -La- rl-e n-e -
---..---------------- --------------- -  Twing, N. D. Tyyska, Lorraine  U 
------------ ----------------------- -4 0  3 5 U h r i g , F r a n k .
............................  Uhrig, Ralph -  Umphlette, Jeane
-.-...........  Unterwegner, James  40, 64 Upington, Thomas  32 Urbick,
Margy 40 U rch, D o lo res ---------------------------.  Usitalo, Richard
---  - -- title page, 26 Uskoski, William -  .- -58 V   26, 62  ....4.0.. 
62  27, 60  -----40  27  Vail, Jessie  Vajovich, Robert--------  Valentine,
Kenneth 27, 60 Van Anten, Paul  Van Dame, Ronald  27, 52 Van Demark, Dick
--  Vandermay, Marvin  ------------------------ - ---------- 35 V anderpol,
M arvin  35, 65 Vander Friend, Marianne  _- -- -- 35 Vanderhage, Clarence 
Van Stone, N. 59  -------40 Vanerstrom, Gary  Van Moorhem, Osborne -  40
Vann, M ary Lou ----------------------- -  - 40  Van Woudenberg, Grace 35,
65  Van Zanten, John  Van Zanten, Lee  Vaughan, William  Vezzatti, Martin 
Vik, George  27 Virkleyst, Lilly  Vitaliic, Ver  Vogel, Margaret  --35
Vuylsleke, Virginia  -4 Wagness, Lee  Wahl, Linda  Walberg, Joyce  Walden,
Geraldine  Wallace, Dale  40 Wallace, Don  27 Walberg, Joyce  Wallace,
Dorothy  Waiters, Dorothy  Warneke, Janet  - Ward, Bill  Ward, Don  Ward,
Eleanor  Wardell, Nancy  Wells, William  Westland, Kyle  Westman, Lee 
Westover, Zoanne  Whittaker, Lorena  White, Bob  27 Wiese, Fern --. 
Wiedenback, Avis  35 Willet, John  40, 65 Williamson, Betty  40 Wilkenson,
Virginia  Winn, Marilee  Witter, Wanda  27 Wolf, Beth  Wolf, Dean  40
Wolff, Sam ----  37 Woodman, Bob  SWray, Donna  ------ -4 0 ---  40  40 
-----------27  Young, Jack  Young, Joan  Young, Marilyn _.  Zugelder,
Marion  32  40  - 59  40, 65, 75  32, 63  27, 63  50, 52, 64  62  70, 71 
40  65  --------- --------_- 66-55-----------------  27, 61  27  40, 65, 70
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