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The Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-seven   Klipsun  Western Washington College
of Education  Bellingham, Washington  Phyllis Hirni ................ Editor
 Frances Brunie ....... Associate Editor  James Bliss ................
Adviser  11

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A college is like a book; its life, its impact, its reality depend a good
deal on its setting.  Take away that setting- that local color- and the
glow departs.  That's why we've drawn our theme this year from Western's
setting.  That's why we've built our book around "College, City, and
County."  Try to imagine Western set on a barren plain or swallowed up by
some monster metropolis.  Take away the grandeur of the encircling
mountains, the sparkling bay below, the lovely lakes and hills, the
secluded beaches.  Take  away the friendly people of Bellingham, the fiery
sunsets,  low-swooping gulls.  Take away the salt air, the bad stretches of
High Street, the scent of rain on pavement.  And what's left?  Not the
Western we love.  Through our college years we collect memories to be
recalled long after we have left the campus.  In  this spirit and flavor of
our great Northwest- this county, this city, this college, that was our
home, our corner, in 1956-'57.

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This is Your  ...fall.  Maples blazing into flame...crowning, tree to
tree...ignoring the staunch, green fir on the hill.  Wind, sending leaves
to ground in a rain of fire.  A thick, noisy carpet of red, brown, gold.
Rain...snow..more rain...the rhythmic beat of rain against a window- an
orchestra conducted by the wind.  Then...small, cautious
buds...pussywillows...a deepening green...a bird call.  Slow, lazy
weather...more sun...leafing trees...blossoming beards and cotton dresses. 
An expanding college...your college.

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College...

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Your City  ... from the bay, a captive city, held in by hills  and
mountains . .. clinging to the sea, as a child  to its mother. Log-jammed
bay . .. weathered  fishing boats. A kind city; dignified, but never
supercilious. A city of churches and quiet Sunday  mornings... parks...
effective government. A  busy city . . . your city.  r

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Your Count  y... productive... stands of fir and cedar ... rush-ing 
mountain brooks... slow rivers. Lakes, like  Whatcom, above. Rich land,
with strawberries  and apples warm in summer's sun. A whimsical county,
changing her red autumn skirt to pastels.  A generous county . .. your
county.

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Contents  Fall  Administration ............................. 14  Board of
Control ............................ 24  Sports: football, intramurals
.................. 27  Yell squad ................... .............. 36 
Homecoming ............................. 38  Activities, miscellaneous
...................... 42  Living groups ....... ...................... 46 
Winter  Music: choir, orchestra, band, ensembles........ 74  Sports:
basketball, swimming, intramurals...... 83  Activities
.................................. 92  Collegian
.................................. 98 Organizations
............................. 102  Campus classes.......:
...................... 124  Spring  Spring Sports Informal
...................... 128  Sports: baseball, track, tennis, golf,
intramurals.. 131  M odern Dance .............................. 144  Blue
Barnacles .............................. 145  Classes ..................
................. 146  Klipsun ................................... 184 
Spring and Summer Supplement, 1956......... 186  Acknowledgements
......................... 194  Index...................................
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FALL

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Fall at  Western  FEW AMONG MANY-These Western stu-dents  are busy filling
out the seemingly end- less  forms which are given them as they go  through
registration line.  CLOSED CLASSES present one big  problem to many. Otto
Heinz, one of  the many freshmen, sits glumly on  the stairs wondering what
to do now.  Cheer up, Otto. Maybe you can get  into Burlesque 100 or
Basketweaving  101.

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UMM, THIS POTATO SALAD is good,  seems to be what Shirley Smutz is thinking
 to herself while participating in one of the  many picnics and outings
that start off  Western's fall quarter.  THE LIBRARY, always a busy place,
really  starts humming during mid-terms and finals,  as Fall Quarter seems
to fly by.   "WHAT NEXT is on the schedule- EITR  not more tests, I hope!"
Charles Lundy ...  and Otto Heinz are about done in  from the activities of
freshman regis-tration.

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ty and  Iministration  Instructors have to talk for a living, so they are 
usually found expounding their views and a few  facts in the classroom.
Administrators are in of-fices  keeping the business side functioning and 
helping to solve the many problems which arise  concerning students and
their classroom or col-lege   life. But, like the students, there are times
 when they may be found roaming the campus, or  talking over a cup of
coffee, taking part in the nu-merous  activities every college sponsors -
from  giving wholehearted support to their team at a  ball game to shaving
balloons at a school carnival.  Like their pupils, faculty members have a
wide  range of expression as the students have learned  to their joy or
sorrow.

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Each year the Klipsun is a pictorialized record of progress of the College 
achieved by trustees, faculty and students. This year has been unusual.
What  will the future historian of the College write of 1956- 1957? He will
write of  the erection of Highland Hall; the Student Union Building; the
enrollment  of 2070, 33% above the postwar peak in 1949-1950, 62% above
that of 1953,  and 19% above that of 1955-1956; legislative appropriations
for higher sal-aries  and wages, additional faculty and staff, and the
Science Building cost-ing  more than two and a third million dollars; the
new approach from the  City Center to the College; also the initiation of
the preparation of high  school business education teachers.  The future
historian of the College will find the Klipsun's interpretation of  the
College in 1956-1957 very helpful. Also, this record of progress is made 
human and will be kept by each student for reference to his college days.  
We shall always be grateful to Phyllis Hirni, editor; Frances Brunie,
asso-ciate  editor; James Bliss, faculty adviser; and the student staff
members for  their sincere and competent effort in behalf of a very
acceptable yearbook.  W. W. Haggard  President

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THOUGH NOT OFTEN SEEN by  the students, the Board of Trustees,  Mr.
Marshall Forrest, Mr. Harry A.   Binzer and Mr. Don Eldridge, gave  much of
their time to the problems  of Western.  CHECKING THE TRANSCRIPT of  a
transfer student is Dr. Merle Kuder,  Director of Student Personnel
Services.  "ARE YOU SURE the registration  cards are in order?"
Registration is a  big job for these three, Mr. Donald Ferris, registrar;
Mrs. Dorothy But-ton,  assistant registrar; and Mr. Wil-liam  O'Neil,
assistant director of stu-dent  personnel services.  TALKING OVER some
students' rec-ords  are the people who are probably  the best known on
campus, Miss Lor-raine  Powers, Dean of Women; and  Mr. Clyde McDonald,
Dean of  Men.  It is their job to house Western's stu-dents  or to help
them find part-time  employment.

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LOCATING POSITIONS for student  and prospective teachers occupies Mr. 
Melvin A. "Pat" Allan, Appointment  Secretary and "job-finder" at Western. 
THE RESPONSIBILITY of handling all of  Western's financing is up to Mr. Sam
Buchan-an  (above, left). Dr. Raymond F. Hawk (above  right) heads the
student teaching department.  THE CHEERY SMILES of the  nurses (above),
Misses Viola Summers and Thelma Palmer, almost make  WWC students forget
they are sick.  Catching up on the latest shorthand  methods are
secretaries (right), Miss  Mildred Tremair, Dean of Women's  office; Miss
Ethel Church, office of  the President, and Mrs. Ethelyn Sisk,  Dean of
Men's office.

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Magdalene Almlie  Librarian  B.A., M.A., in  Library Service  Donald Brown 
Education.  B.S., M.A., Ed.D.   William Dittrich  Physical Science  B.S.,
M.S.  Irwin Hammer  Education  B.A., M.A., Ed.D.  Lela Atteberry  Art  B.S.
in Ed.,  M.A. in Art  Willard Brown  Education  B.S.  Mark Flanders  Speech
 B.A., M.A.  Charles Harwood  Psychology  B.S., M.S., Ph.D.  P. H.
Atteberry  Industrial Arts  B.S., M.S., Ed.D.  William Budd  Education and
Phychology  B.A., B.S.,  M.A., Ph.D.  Maurice Freehill  Education and
Psychology  B.Ed., M.A.,  Ed.D.  Raymond Hawk  Education  B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D.
 Declan Barron Physical Science  B.A., M.A.  Sene Carlile  Speech  B.A.,
B.S., M.A., Ph.D.  Harvey Gelder Mathematics  B.A., M.A.  Herbert Hearsey 
Reference Librarian  B.A., Ed.M., B.S.  Donald Blair Psychology  B.A., M.A.
 Katherine Casanova  Education  B.S., M.A.  Jerome Glass  Music  B.S., M.M.
Paul Herbold  Speech  B.A., M.A.

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James Bliss  Journalism  Director of Public Information  B.A., M.A.  Moyle
Cederstrom  English  B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Don Blood Mira Booth  Education and
Psychology Music  B.A. in Ed., B.A., M.A.  M. A., Ph.D.  Raymond Ciszek 
Physical Education  B.S., M.A.  Linda Countryman  Home Economics  B.S.,
M.A.  Bernard Boylan  History  B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Howard Critchfield 
Geography  B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Clark Brown  Education  B.A. in Ed., M.A. 
Frank D'Andrea  Music  B.S., M.A., Ed.D.  Elizabeth Gregory   Education 
B.A.  Byron Haglund  Accounting  B.A., M.A., C.P.A.  LAZY WAY but so much
easier, as anyone can tell by the  expression on Mr. Blair's face as he
lets two coeds do the  shoe shining.  Mildred Herrick Arthur Hicks 
Librarian English  B.A., M.A. in L.S. B.A., M.A.

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James Hildebrand  Mathematics  B.A., M.A.  Fred Knapman  Physical Science 
B.A., M.S., Ed.D. Synva Nicol  Education  B.A., M.A.  August Radke  History
 B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Leslie Hunt  English B.A., M.A.  Arnold Lahti  Physical
Science  B.A., B.A. in Ed., Ph.D.  James O'Brien  English  B.A., M.A.  
Dorothy Ramsland  Home Economics  B.S., M.S.  Vivian Johnson  Education 
B.A., M.A.  Charles Lappenbusch  Physical Education  B.S., M.A.  Evelyn
Odom  Education  M.A., B.A.  Bernard Regier Music  B.S.M., M.Music  Lucy
Kangley  English  B.A., M.A.  Miriam Mathes  Librarian  B.A., M.A. Marie
Pabst  Biological Science  B.S., M.S.  Charles Rice  Industrial Arts  B.A.,
M.A.  Halldor Karason Education and Psychology  B.A., M.A.  Erwin Mayer 
Economics  B.A., Ph.D.  Harold Palmer  Business Education  B.A., M.A.,
Ph.D.  Alan Ross  Education and Psychology  B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

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Eleanor King  French-German  B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Eileen McMillan  Music 
B.A., M.A.  Priscilla Kinsman  Education  Ph.B., M.A.  Robert Monahan 
Geography  B.A., M.A.  Florence Kirkpatrick  Nursing  B.S., M.A.  Ralph
Morse  Librarian  B.A., M.A.  Corinne Klann  Education  B.A. in Ed., M.A. 
Keith Murray History  B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Miriam Peck  Art  B.A., M.A.  Ray
Schwalm  Industrial Arts  B.S., M.S., Ed.D.  Frank Punches  Education 
B.A., M.A.  Jean Shephard  Education  B.S., M.S., Ed.D. DREAMING-Dr. Taylor
seems to be miles away as he  relaxes between classes. Wonder what or whom
he is think-ing  of with that skull in his hand?  Ruth Kelsey  Art  B.A.,
M.A.  Ruby Mclnnes  Education B.A., M.A.

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Bearnice Skeen  Education  B.S., M.S., Ed.D.  Ralph Thompson  Education 
B.A., M.A.  Nonie Stonehouse  Music  B.M.E.  Albert Van Aver  English 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Edith Strange  Piano  Marglen Vike  Education  B.A. in
Ed.  Leona Sundquist  Biological Science  B.A., M.S.  Don Walter  Music 
B.A.,  M.A., Ed.D.  Arthur Thal  Violin  Ruth Weythman  Physical Science 
B.S., M.A.  George Witter Mathematics  B.A.  Ruth Platt  Biological Science
 B.S., M.S.  Not Pictured  Margaret Aitken  Angelo Anastasio  Edith Baker 
Harlan Bartram  Edna Channer  Virginia Goldsmith  Barbara Hawn  James High
Jack Hubbard  Ruth Hull  Emelia Kilby  John Kulbitski  Golden Larsen 
Nettie Larson  James Martin David McDonald  Howard Mitchell  Harold Ogden 
Hazel Plympton  David Schaub  Herbert Taylor Alexander Zawacki  Leota
Zawacki

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Work That's  Never Done  THE JOB of the maintenance crew-continual  upkeep
of our campus and buildings. Always busy, they may be  seen everywhere,
mowing lawns, tend-ing  furnaces and numerous other jobs.  Back row:
Marguerite Ehle, Jennie  Johnston, Wayne Ensign, E. I. Zim-merman.  Front
row: Effie La Plante,  Betty Mansur, Grace Pike, Arthur  Norman.  COOKING
MEALS, fixing washers  and dryers, cleaning and handling of  other things
that are bound to go  wrong at Edens Hall are the tasks of, back row: Grace
Shaw, Rose Moseley,  Minnie Fenno, Maude Stevens, Effie  O'Dell, B. F.
Peak. Front row: Lilija  Rauda, Eva Larson, Elizabeth Salmon,  Gladys
Cunningham, Luva Pelkey,  Marguerite McCrimmon. Missing is  Grace
Brownrigg.  FEEDING THE MEN in MRH and High-land  Hall is a constant
time-consuming job,  and falls into the hands of these people. Back  row:
Myrtle Williams, Gladys Whitney, Karl  Lind, Inge Bilson, Myrtle Huntley.
Front row:  Myrtle White, Hattie Tuttle, Gloria Casey.

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MANY JOBS AND PROBLEMS faced the officers  of the ASB this year. Besides
presiding at Board  of Control meetings, Ken's job as president was to 
appoint all standing and special committees of the  ASB  plus serving as a
member on each. He was  also responsible for student body finances. Joel 
Carlson, as  the next in line, had charge of emcee-ing  all student
assemblies and social events as well  as representing ASB on the ICC. Notes
and more  notes was the task confronting Deanna Swenson  as she took
minutes at the BOC meetings and han-dled  all correspondence. Handling
clerical work of  student finances and being secretary to the finance 
committee was June Kellogg's job as financial  secretary.  All  and all it
added up to a lot of work which kept  four people right on their toes.  TOP
MAN-Ken Moffett presided over the ASB this year.  Ken, always willing to
listen, plans to teach a year and  then go into Administration or on to law
school.  WORK TO DO-But Joel Carlson, vice-presi-dent;  Deanna Swenson,
secretary; June Kellogg,  financial secretary, are glad to pause a moment 
from their job of keeping Western's many activi-ties  going.  FACULTY
MEMBERS of  BOC were: Dr. Keith Mur-ray,  Mr. James Hildebrand,  Miss
Margaret Aitken.

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Dave Amos  Sophomore  Barbara Bos Gail Tuininga Bill Siebler  Sophomore
Sophomore Sophomore Dennis White Nadine Schilling  Senior Senior  Politics
and Plans  Whereas in some previous years many  hours were  wasted in
debate, the 1956-57 Board of Control  made much progress in student affairs
through  committee work.  Perhaps the most important action came about 
through the combined efforts of students and fac-ulty,  working in
committee. The financing of the  Student Union Building was approved by the
 Federal Housing and Home Administration and  detailed building plans were
worked out.  Other BOC accomplishments included arrange-ments  for
extension of the rules governing elections. They also arranged for the use
of Artist and Lec-ture  Series' money for Campus Day.  Jim Hamilton Tom
Romerdahl June Kellogg AI Jung  Junior Junior -SoVp-Ln nhomonr Sopnnhnomore
........ Uvylrvrrrvr ~

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STUDYING is a necessary part of  some students' schedule for the day.  Here
they try to assimilate "the  hereditary influence on the child"  from the
Ed. book or concentrate on  Charlemagne's conquests of Spain.  Then there
are the other half who  spend most of their time in that no-torious 
course, Loungeology. Here the  juke box plays soothing music while  the
students thrash out important  issues in  international (or school) 
politics.

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Fall   Sports

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Vikings Progress, Upset Eastern  Western Washington's student-fans enjoyed
one of the most fascinating foot-ball  seasons in Viking history during the
fall months of 1956. In the open-ing  games a green, inexperienced eleven
smothered the gridiron with costly  miscues. But as the season progressed,
Coach John Kulbitski's charges de-veloped  into a well-knit bundle of air
and ground attacks.  The Vikings capped their steady climb in football
prestige before a large  crowd of high-spirited Homecoming fans when they
upset the traditional  rival-Eastern Washington College.  Injuries were a
common problem to the Viks with only a few games passing  in which valuable
first-string men were not shelved for a week or more. But  no serious
injuries were suffered which resulted in the loss of a player for the 
entire season. Support grew and swelled with the improvement of the squad.
Spirit, which  at the beginning of the year was dull and gloomy, mushroomed
into whole-hearted  support during the Western-Eastern clash.  All in all
John Kulbitski, who completed his first season as Viking head  mentor,
assistants Ray Ciszek and Chuck Olson, handed WWCE fans a rec-ord  which
will not fall into the impressive win columns, but one that will be 
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WESTERN'S 1956 FOOTBALL TEAM finished the season with  a moderate 2-6
won-lost record, but highlighted the year with a  rousing 14-13 Homecoming
victory over the Eastern Washington  Savages. Pictured above are the
following members of Western's  gridiron team: back row, Coach John
Kulbitski, R.  Schott, C.  JOHN KULBITSKI, pictured right, opened  his
first season as head football coach at  Western  this year. The new Viking
gridmas-ter  employed the single wing offense with  variations from the
double wing and the T-formation  during the fall to thrill local fans. 
Kulbitski appears to be summoning fresh tal- ent  from the bench as all
other eyes are turned  toward the action near the Viking goal line.  Toney,
J. Sim, B. Larsen, R. Berry, D. Spanier, B. Randall. Sec-ond  row: J. Rick,
manager; B. Karwacki, J. Gard, D. Bridges, R.  Hilt, D. Lane, B. Bush, N.
Olson, S. Martin, J. Parker, L. Marty,  manager. Front row: H. Locker, B.
Wilkenson, R. Kolbe, D. Mc-  Govern, B. Lindman, D. McLane, J. Jelinek, M.
Bowden.

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Doug Spanier Carl Toney  TACKLE TACKLE  Ed Melbourne  GUARD  Scoreboard 
Western Washington lost their first three  games of the season by one-sided
scores be-fore  reversing the tables to down the Univer-sity  of British
Columbia, 7-0, in a knock-down,  drag-out contest.  This appeared to be the
turning point for the  Vikings as their game performance rose on a 
constant level. In the celebrated Homecom-ing   battle the Western eleven
shocked the  Evergreen Conference by posting a 14-13 up-set  win over
Eastern Washington.  Western closed out the season with a narrow  loss to
the powerful Central Washington  squad, 13-7.  Western  Western  Western 
Western  Western  Western  Western  Western  Lewis and Clark
..................  Whitworth........................  College of Puget
Sound ............  University of  British Columbia........  Humboldt State
(California) ..........  Pacific Lutheran College ............  Eastern
Washington College of Education  Central Washington College of Education 
Jack Sim Ned Olson CENTER GUARD  KOn nerry  GUARD  Dale Bridges  CENTER 
Bert Lindman  GUARD

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Bob Wilkenson  END  Sam Martin  HALFBACK  Jim Gard  QUARTERBACK  Mel Bowden
 FULLBACK

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Bill Karwacki  HALFBACK  Dick Huselton  QUARTERBACK  Bruce Randall 
QUARTERBACK  Dwayne Lane  HALFBACK

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WORKING OFF THE SINGLE WING, the Vikings open  up a powerful ground attack
as the opposition pours in to  assist in stopping the play.  Rod Schott
Ralph Hilt  TACKLE HALFBACK  Hugh Locker  END  Bill Larson  GUARD

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Intramural Bowling  KEEPING SCORE is Toby Scruggs, while Jack Scruggs, 
Pete Haag, Mike Lockwood, Pat McMullen and Bob  Holmes relax on bench
awaiting their turn at the ball.  Tops on the intramural sport list was 
bowling, fall quarter having twelve  teams from the various houses and
organizations entering into the league.  The end of the quarter proved the 
Alley Rats and Head Pins tied for  first; Islanders, second; Geyer's Boys, 
third. In the order of their standing  the remaining teams were Mathes 
House, Bowling Dads, Pin Benders,  Lucky Strikes, Hol-lee Rollers, It's the
 Water, O'Brien's "5," and Hospice  "B".  High game winners were Bob
Layton,  Larry Olson and Dave McFadden.  ABOVE:  Will it be a strike? Pete
Haag lets go of ball with  high hopes. Right: Larry Jones figures the score
while Bob  Layton, Bob Saxvik and Bill Hood look on apprehensively.

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Intramural Basketball  This was one of the most popular par-ticipant 
sports on campus this fall, as  26 teams clashed. The thump, thump  of
tennis shoes and leather sphere re-sounded  hollowly in the big gym. The 
Boilermakers c h u g g e d past the  Roguers in the tie playoff to win the 
Class "A" championship. Swishing  nets became a familiar sound to the 
TKB's as they took the Class "B" championship with a perfect record.  The
not so lowly Lowly Five whipped  the Trouble Shooters in the Class  "C"
playoff.  UPPER-Coming down with the ball is Fred Boede while  George
Vlastelica looks on in  amazement. Watching are  John Betrozoff and Dave
Ibea. Center, Vlastelica goes up  for the shot as Fred Boede, Larry Whitney
and Ken Mof-fett  come up too late to stop him. Lower, Fred Boede puts  it
up  for two points while Vlastelica and Ray Key look on  helplessly.

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Blue, White, Fight, Fight...  Three gals and one guy made up this year's
yell  squad. At every basketball and football game  decked out in the
traditional blue and white,  these four showed a lot of spirit and got the 
same from the Western rooters. Lee Hauge,  Thelma Bay, and Rosalie Rowland,
all fresh-men, came from Tacoma, Mt. Baker and Day-ton,  respectively, and
have had from two to four  years previous experience. Pat Brown, a junior, 
was a songleader for WWCE the past two years  and only this year switched
to cheerleader. Cam-era  shy was Linda Lundberg of Goldendale.

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Come Join the Vikings . ..  The familiar refrain above rang out at nearly 
every game during the year. With their sunny  smiles and snappy routines
the songleaders led  the rooters in singing to the Viks. Pictured above 
are Peggy Owner and Karolyn Knutsen, trom  Seattle and Bellingham, and both
have had lots  of experience in high school. Absent from the  picture is
Kathy Davis, a freshman from Sedro  Woolley.

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Homecoming Royalty 1956  Freshman Princess  Peggy Owner  Sophomore Princess
 Beverly Bull  Junior  Princess  Kitty Stole  Senior Princess  Susie
Jacobson

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QUEEN SIGRID XIX  Carolyn Brewer

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Fanta-Sea  "Fanta-Sea, Fanta-Sea, Come join our Fanta-  Sea," invited
Homecoming chairmen Don Six and  Sharon Andreasen as the atmosphere of
Home-coming  1956 enveloped the Western campus. Hun- dreds  of students and
alumni came to the Viking  campus to celebrate the gala events. The Home-
coming  weekend, November 2-3, was a whirl of  exciting events including
the house displays, the football game, the skit program, the parade, the 
spectacular coronation assembly, and the grand  climax,  the Queen's Ball,
which featured the band  of Ernie Fields.  A B-I-I-G SMILE seems to be one
of Karolyn Knutsen's weap-ons  as she portrays the siren Circe trying to
lure Odysseus in  the first-prize skit put on by the band. Jim Wilson is
the cour-ageaus  Odysseus.  SI H VA what Vic the Vik is  liter is
mechanically oper-ated  d ayathes House. Complete  with a bli ingred light
for the Savage's nose,  it deservingly took first prize in the display 
contest.

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VIKINGS TACKLE a Savage as he attempts a touchdown.  The Western-Eastern
game was one of the Homecoming high-lights  as Western emerged victorious,
13-7.  GO, BOYS, GO!! Ray Ciszek stands on the sidelines cheering the Viks
on to  victory.  DANCING IN THE DEEP was the feeling of the Homecoming 
couples as starfish, seahorses, and the like swayed to and fro  above them
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Norsemen's Ball  Soft light, dreamy melodies and gay hearts created a 
touch of glamour as the crystal ball whirled over the  dancers at the
annual Norsemen's Ball. The first big  event of the season drew many
dancing feet to this  semi-formal affair of October 19.  GUYS AND DOLLS
swing and sway with the combo of seven from the Holiday Ballroom.  Some
fast, some slow, the music was enjoyed by  all.  TIME OUT for a refreshing
drink at the punchbowl is a  necessary item when the music fades. Jo
Restigen and Bill  Elwood (above) are doing the serving honors as couples
line  up to wait their turn.

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Silver Twilight  A winter wonderland was the first impression of  the many
couples who attended the AWS Tolo,  held in the Elks Club, December 7.
Snowed fir  boughs, wreaths, stars, sparkling snowflakes and silver
streamers made the ballroom alive with the  atmosphere of the approaching
winter season. APPROVAL shows on the faces of the  co-chairmen, Amelia
Bellotti and Mar-ion  Kemp, as they look over the dance  programs.  HIS
MAJESTY, King Dave Ibea, and his queen, Florence Lam-propulos,  drink a
toast after Dave's coronation as 1956 Tolo  King. Above: Tolo couples dance
to the smooth music of the  col-lege  dance band.

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SURELY EVEN an ectoplasmic manifestation has a right to casts an aggrieved
glance at Dr. Bradman as  she prepares to leave  expect a little of the
milk of human kindness! Elvira (center) with Charles, much to the
displeasure of Ruth (left).  Blithe Spirit  Ghosts, seances and
novelists-these made up the  theme of the first dramatic presentation of
the  year, "Blithe Spirit." Madame Arcati, a medium  played by Dorothy
Tonstad, is employed by  Charles (Allan Mathieson), a novelist, to give
au-thenticity  to the book he is writing. When Charles'  first wife, Elvira
(Betty Mock), is materialized by  Madame Arcati, he is certainly a 
confused hus-band,  especially when Ruth, the second wife, por-trayed  by
Janice Benson, is unaware of  "the  ghost"! Elvira's jealousy leads her to
murder Ruth  and in the third scene, poor Charles is harassed  and haunted
by two ghost wives. Rounding out  the cast were Jim Eaton as Dr. Bradman,
Sharon  Toney  as Mrs. Bradman, and Esther Kerr as  Edith.  "IS THERE
anyone there? One rap for yes ... two for no." Si-lence  and suspense
follows as Madame Arcati (center) com-munes  with those "beyond."

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Assembly Time  The ten o'clock bell every Tuesday  morning was the signal
for an assem-bly.  Hundreds of students streamed  over to the AM Building
to hear out-standing  performers and speakers-  Mary Leader, actress;
Herbert Mar-shall,  former deputy prime minister  of England; Archduke Otto
of Austria- Hungary, and many others.  Not all the talent came from
outside.  Concerts by the college band, choir and orchestra were heard, and
per-formances  by the Western Players. ROBERT McFERRIN, leading baritone of
the Metropoli-tan  Opera, was one of the many soloists on the A   L Series.
 STUDENT TALENT was evident at these assemblies as  the above students
starring in "Hangs Over Thy Head,"  a one-act play, proved.  BACK
STAGE-These men are relaxing before going in front of a full house  to sing
as part of the famous St. Olaf Choir under the direction of Olaf 
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Edens Hall  No one is quite sure what is meant by the "Home of  Color and
Light," but to two hundred campus co-eds  it means friendship, happy hours
and something to  remember long after graduation day has come and  gone. 
Social activities rank "the most" with the gals at  Edens, especially when
MRH is just across the green.  In "56" the girls lost an election contest
to this man's  domain and faced the loss as good sports should-with  a
party.  Among the many activities are Parent's Day, the tra-ditional
banquets and caroling with the Freshmen  serving a Christmas Breakfast.
Winter finds the gals competing for the Helmsmen Award for the loudest 
house at a ball game and with spring comes the Pansy  Breakfast for the
Frosh and Mothers week-end.  Pictured above, back row: S. Klimek, M.
Pickens, J. Kamps, K.  Zender, B. Purvis, J. Howser, B. Fabish, C. Abraham,
M. Hantel-mann,  M. Field,  S. Cays, H. Borgess, M. Butts, S. Kelley. Third
 row: R. Barge, R. Menzony, B. Hose, J. Zion, J. Richards, B.  Berg, F.
McJunkin, A. MacDonald, E. Lobdell, S. Jay, P. Nielsen,  Opposite, back
row: J. Wallace, F. Honsowetz, G. Cooker, M.  Breathour, J. Trinneer, F.
Miller, M. Hilsenberg, L. O'Connor,  J. Hoidal, E. Hendrickson, P. Johnson,
V. Michelsen, B. Bell.  Third row: R. Buckner, A. Norman, J. Mueller, E.
Miller, A.  Richins, K. Moskeland, M. Almgren, B. Engelson, J. Haugen, P. 
Above, left to right: Hisa Hayashida, Vice-President; Mrs.  Malinda
Billman, North Hall housemother; Arlene Gan-non, President; Mary Ann
Coffee, secretary, and Amelia  Bellotti, Treasurer. Seated is Mrs. Lela
Haynes, South  Hall housemother.  R. Addie, G. Fagerstrom. Second row: J.
Swanson, Y. Anderson,  F. Brunie, D. Nugent, A. Teschner, L. Hungerford, J.
Hendrick-son,  S. Ernst,.J. Peterson, B. Bender, C. Simpson. Front row:  N.
Murray, D. Keim, H. Heather, J. Henry, F. Lampropulos,  R. Cole.  Northup,
G. Meikle, J. McCormick, J. Sarles, M. Campbell. Sec-ond  row: M. Miller,
L. Schell, S. Olson, A. Everall, B. Ames, J.  Kellogg, I. Brodie, L. Souda,
M. Engum, C. Holms, E. Awa. Front  row: F. Pownall, Y. Evans, M. Goff, N. 
Motomatsu, T. Punya-singh,  M. Minkema, A. Allen, J. Kalyk.

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Pictured above, back row: R. Jacobson, D. Collins, E. Johnson,  P. Witte,
M. Wall, M. Weikert, F. Bray, N. Martin, C. Anderson,  N. Johnson. Third
row: P. Milan, S. Andreasen, J. Sherman, J.  Errington, K. Hartzell, J.
Sivertson, P. Giles, K. Porter, G. Mc-  Pictured above, back row: C. Cone,
K. Wilson, C. Theiss, S. Koi-visto,  S. Bellows, S. Malleck, K. Derrick, M.
Kinne, A. Lein, J.  Kleinsorge, C. Nyhus, J. Fairfield, R. Haynes, P.
Brown, P. Hirni.  Third row: S. Blechschmidt, L. Sieber, G. Garrard, F.
Palmer, D. Wagner, A. Rogers, J. Laughary, B. Arnot, G. Gentala, A. 
Dowell, L. Sauers, M. Hart, M. Gordon. Second row: C. Thomp-son,  G. Smith,
C. Kyle, J. McNutt, C. Kallgren, B. King, H. Un-derwood,  M. Edghill. Front
row: J. Resteigen, M. Dunn, S. Nel-son,  N. White, L. Silven, H. Green. 
Dixon, M. Kemp, E. Rockey, J. McQuigg. Second row: N. Rice,  M. Mann, P.
Tholen, J. Mund, M. Thatcher, B. Bresnahan,  E.  Ishii, M. Motoda, A.
Roundy, P. Sindhvananda. Front row: B.  Kennedy, D. Decker, B. Bos, N.
Otness, M. Rinta, J. Matthews,  G. Yoshimura.

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Back row: J. Love, D. Look,  D. McHugo, G. Phillips, C.  Eaton, R. Janke,
L. Blan-chard.  Second row: A.  White,  S. Unger, L. McKillip, G.  Cleasby,
H. Richardson, C.  Vall- Spinosa, J. Moody.  Front row: C. Youngberg,  E.
Swan, J. Ginder, T. Bar-rett,  L. Marty, S. Metticha-valit.  Men's
Residence Hall  Here is the loudest house on the campus, com-plete  with
trophy to prove it. Social activities  really keep the guys on their toes.
At Christmas  they put forth their best voices, serenading the  residents
with carols. Of special comment is the  $30 collected at Christmas to be
distributed  among needy children. In the spring is the annual  picnic and
the senior breakfast to say good-by.  Officers are, back row: Gordon
Wilson, social chairman; John  Lipe, sergeant-at-arms; Dean Dingerson,
chairman of the dis-ciplinary board; Frank Carlson, sec.-treas. Front row:
Dick Kol-kana,  vice-pres.; Ray MacDermott, president, and Mrs. Ander-son, 
housemother.  Back row: F. Boede, D. Kure,  M. Joy, G. Schiele, R. 
Thompson, L. Olson, T. Rom-erdahl,  S. Martin, R. Mat-thews,  D. Lehman, S.
Bloom.  Second row: J. Speck, C. Stutz, D. Amos, L. O'Don-nell,  S. Cosco,
P. Osgood, G.  Booker. Front row: H. Yang,  G. Wilson, J. Lipe, R.
San-tini,  T. Dickinson, R. Grove.

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Back row: B. Clark, Ted  Lightheart, A. Turnbull, R.  Oerthl, L. Curran, J.
Torger-son,  L. Hauge, J. Vogel, G.  Taylor, G. Norman, P. Hof,  R. Oberg,
D. La Due. Second  row: D. Bosshart, S. Garland,  J. Cvitkovic,  C. Toney,
L.  McCord, D. Kroon, R. Bush,  P. Napper. Front row: W.  Ehlers, M. Eads,
R. Boche,  L. Dodd, R. Granger, J.  Bingman, D. Langland, D.  Scutvick. 
Highland Hall  Newest member of the circle of  men's resi-dences,  Highland
Hall, houses over 90 college  men. Already there was rivalry between MRH 
and Highland, starting off with the upper hall  "stealing" MRH's loudhouse
trophy, amid  flying snowballs and water fights. A minor  "riot" followed,
but all in friendliness, of  course. The hobbies varied widely as well as 
having several sportsmen and scholarly stu-dents,  one of whom got a 3.9
this quarter.  Not bad! Officers are, standing: Gary Bruno, social
chairman; Jack  Thompson, vice-pres.; Dennis Gregory, sergeant-at-arms; 
Steven Mark, parliamentarian. Seated are: Stan Pownall,  pres.; Mrs.
LaVeille, housemother; Terry Johnson, secre-tary-  treasurer.  Back row: T.
Crosby, B.  Jones, B. Barnes, J. Baker,  T. Waggoner, D. Minice, D. 
Schmidt, D. Greenwood, R.  Jensen, J. Holroyd, D. Fuller,  B. Wittenfeld,
T. Neves, M.  Edens, J. Robinson, J. Hal-stead.  Second row: D. Smith,  J.
Henry, D. Gunderson, D.  Durand, D. Steele, R. Hig-ley,  L. Whitney, D.
Biddison,  B. Munro, C. Griffin. Front  row: J. Sullivan, L. Ostling,  D.
Andersen, M. Harris, R.  Shorett, R. Milligan, W. Mc-  Green, D. Bagley, D.
Hult-gren,  L. Allen, F. Teitzel.

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Mathes House  The Mathes boys put together Vic the Vik, an  axe, an Indian
and some flashing eyes and  came  up with first prize for the Homecoming
house dis-play.  Football, basketball and bowling were very  popular with
these active college men. Scholar-ship  wasn't neglected either. A
scholarship con-test  with  Senior Hall brought Mathes top honors  twice in
a row.  Looking over the house's honors are officers: Larry Buerstatte, 
athletic director; Neil Clough, social director; Rual Tigner, sec-retary- 
treasurer; Keller Erwin, president; Mrs. DeGrace, house-mother.  Back row:
J. Smith, B. El-wood,  E. Elm, D. Hagstrom. Front row: D. Six, K. Haag,  J.
Kreiss, G. Kimbell.  SBack row: S. Johnson, D.  Lynch, L. Parker, R. Lee, 
D.  Wilson, S. Remington. Front  row: B. Frazier, L. Freshley,  B.
Robinson, G. Van Zanten,  G. Newgard.

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Senior Hall  Dominated by freshmen, the name "Senior Hall"  was strictly
tradition. Lots and lots of talent  sprang from within, including a
homecoming  queen, pianists, singers and actresses. Being so-cially minded,
the gals sponsored the spring Mardi  Gras, and the Barn Dance mixer as well
as their  house activities. Christmas and Thanksgiving  find traditional
celebrations at Senior Hall.  Sitting pretty are officers: Barby Berry,
social chairman; Dean-na  Swenson, president; Elsie Jacobson,
vice-president. Standing  is Evelyn Haryu, secretary-treasurer.  Back row:
M. Padden, J.  Laulainen, M. Johnson, C. Brewer, H. Montgomery.  Front row:
S. Toney, P. Sier-ra,  C. Beck, E. Kerr.  Back row: A. Wersen, L. Vaughn,
P. Heckman, D.  Spaan, S. Grocott, J. Frame.  Front row: J. Benson, S. 
Graham, J. Mattieligh, L.  Arrington.

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Harborview Hall  Two yarn octopi and a pair of chop sticks were  some of
the unusual items that can be found at  Harborview. The girls that belong
to these unique  objects were part of the total of sixteen, who re-sided 
at the hall. January found the girls sponsor-ing  a mixer with Mathes. The
annual voting rival-ry with Alpine Court had each house turning out  100
per cent. They celebrated by giving each other  a party.   Officers are:
president, Maryalice Hunt; vice-pres-ident,  Marilyn Peoples; secretary,
Colleen Martz; reporter, Sandra Adams. Housemother is Mrs.  Hunsaker.  Back
row: K. Carroll, M. Racine, front row: K.  Frizzell, D. Nugent, R.
Zatarain.  Back row: S. Yotsko, S. Adams, F. Brunie. Front  row: E.
Johnson, G. Garrad, D. Johnson.

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Daniel's Hall  "Far, far away" could be a good explanation for  where the
boys of Daniel's originate. New York,  New Jersey, Alaska, Canada and even
Texas were  represented here. It was rumored that the Texan  had a private
room with all the windows open.  Love those wide open spaces! Serenading
was the  favorite pastime of these seventeen men of distinc-tion.  If they
sing loud enough, Ted Mack may  make a  sensational discovery.  Presiding
over Daniel's were, standing, Dave  Englund, president. Seated are, Joe 
Kilkenny,  vice-president; and Mrs. Laviolette, housemother.  Back row: K.
Lisk, H. Rowe, J. Carlson. Front  row: D. Spanier, F. Krainick, W. Jones. 
Back row: D. Kilburn, D. Carruth, W. Green-ough.  Front row: R. Jaye, E.
West, J. Adair.

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Kluane Hall  The "Blue Heaven" of Western, Kluane is the  house where the
girls all work together. A prod-uct  of their effort was a "whale" of a
success when  it took third place in the Homecoming display contest. Uke
players, drama enthusiasts, skiers,  Blue Barnacle members, Helmsmen, and
student leaders all find Kluane a good place to live. Two  exceptionally
well-liked house parents could be  the reason.  Officers are, back row:
Betty Mock, vice-pres.; Barbara Moreau,  sec.-treas. Seated: Mrs. Todd,
housemother; Bobbie Fay, pres.  Left to right: A. Larm, C.  Cyrus, J. Nott,
M. Torticil,  S. LaFleur, J. Grage, S. Van  Bevers. Seated are: C. Jor-dan,
 J. Tisso, N. English.  Left to right: M. Mouncer,  J. Rozman, K.
Watkinson,  M. Loser, J. Dunham, P.  Ren, J. Schuur. Seated are:  B.
Dorris, L. Myers, E. Fet-ters.

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Hospice Inn  Actvities galore consumed much of the time of  the congenial
twenty-six living at the corner of  High and Cedar. Everything from running
for tolo  king to pleasing Uncle Sam kept the house jump-ing.   Charmers on
the basketball court, the Hospice  boys placed second in the Intramural B
League. Hospice house officers include, standing: Bob Pressler, vice-pres.;
 Mr. Bannerman, housefather; Cecil Stacey, sec.-treas.  Seated are Fred
Tidwell, pres.; and Mrs. Bannerman, house-mother.  Back row: J. Albaugh, D.
Broeker, D.  Umphlette, B. Glazier, D. Hubert. Front  row: T. Nesheim, C.
Sweet, D. Miller, G. Castagno.  Back row: E. Tidwell, D. Dudacek, J. 
Russell, B. Mauldin. Front row: T. Wil-liams,  G. Hedlund, L. Kloes, D.
Langley.

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Alpine Court  What a treat! The boys at Alpine shared a Christ-mas  party
with the pretty coeds of Harborview.  Too bad Christmas comes only once a
year. The  men kept plenty busy though. Their intramural  basketball team
won in Class C for the second  year in a row. The house had it's share of
musi-cians,  with a violinist and some uke players, (of  questionable
talent).  House officers include Gene Cole, vice-president,  and Curt
Horne, president. Seated is Mrs. Allen,  housemother.  Back row: R. Stigen,
B. Hall, D. Lonc-tot,  R. Laine, L. Rosenbach. Front row:  C. Salisbury, J.
Wester, B. Allan, N. Keck.  Back row: C. Horne, D. Summers, F.  Soth, J.
Gossack, L. McDonald. Front  row: G. Cole, R. Hubber, D. Lane, R. 
Wenning.

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Spencer Hall  On the corner of Chestnut and Garden stands  Spencer Hall
where eighteen enthusiastic bubbling  girls spent their school year.
Skiing, swimming,  journalism scholarships and singing were all part  of
these girls' very busy lives. Spencer Hall even  had one of those rarities,
a girl who received a  4.0 average last quarter. Among the activities the 
girls sponsored was the orange sale for the W.U.S.  drive. Officers are
Marlene Machleid, treasurer; Carrie Brown, secre-tary;  Joanne Engle,
president; and Gail Groves, vice-president.  Seated is Mrs. Spears,
housemother.  Back row: K. Wallin, G. Peterson, J. Tilden. Front row: V.
Gilson, P. Owner.  Back row: J. McEwen, D.  McPherson, L. Lundberg, B. 
Olson, L. Larson. Front row:  S. Phillips, R. Sinclair.

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Bayview  Here is the house that can  boast about placing second  in the
Homecoming display  contest. The girls are back  row: N. Anderson, L.
Erick-son,  J. Fawcett, A. DeYoung,  C. Rolie, L. Raub, B. Ache- son,  S.
Heppenstall, J. Rich-ardson.  Front row: D. Cook,  R. Bouverat, Mrs.
Beasley,  housemother, J. Njos, S.  Simpson.

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YWCA  Taking advantage of the home  away from home were these  seven gals.
At the "Y" they decorated their own rooms.  Back row: B. Holmstrom, G. 
Galbraith, A. Moore, M. Mar-tin,  A. Larsen. Front row: S.  Edwards, M.
Yonekawa, Mrs.  Bovard, housemother.  Barr's Hall  Home of the "Barr
Tenders",  this was a hive of active young  men and sportsmen who were, 
back row: R. Hawley, N. Standley, B. Braun, B. Mac-  Donald, D. Bogart, J.
Piller,  T. Hagen, D. Morgan, J.  Coates, L. Thomsen. Front  row: Mrs.
Barr, housemother;  D. Wilkerson, J. Schampera,  R. Smith.  Boothe's  Four
girls were taking up resi-dence  here in this friendly  house, small, but
large enough  to allow them to work to-gether.   These co-eds were:  Back
row: D. DeVries, M. Mc-  Kay. Front row: Mrs. Boothe,  housemother; J.
Bryson,- M.  Marr.

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Elkins  Newly organized this year the  gals at Elkins were busy, busy  with
campus activities as well  as studies. Back row: D.  Schindele, C. Johnson,
F. Rus-sell,  H. Smeby, V. Peterson,  K. Wong. Front row:  C. Ken-nedy,  B.
Ordt, M. Lund, G.  Gaboury, J. Judson. Seated  with Mrs. Elkins are J.
Smith,  B. Duwe, R. Mahn.  Hansen House  This "on the ball' group of 
"enthusiasts" really kept things  moving. These thirteen young  men were
proud to have among  them Mohammed Usman from  India who was taking
post-graduate  work. Among those  living here were, back row:  D. Laster,
K. Cleveland, D. Walker, E. Njos, B. Brotten,  K. McCullough. Front row: S.
 Mudgett, Mrs. Cunningham,  housemother, B. Freeborn, D.  Fish, F. Davis. 
Halls of Ivy  The gals of the Halls of Ivy  were caught up in a whirl of
social activities including a  Christmas dinner, engagement  parties,
birthday parties, and  a bridal shower. The happy  dozen are, standing: K.
Stole,  J. Gardner, E. Jones, G. Tui-ninga,  J. Hilliker, S. Widner,  K.
Olson, N. Schilling. Seated:  G. Irish, M. Gochnour, B.  Franz, J.
Uskoski.

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College View  Being just across the street  from the center of activity, 
there was no excuse for any  of these boys to be late for  anything. Those
living here  were: Back row: J. Duncan, A.  Arians, W. McCoy, D. Russell, 
G. Knutzen. Front row: K.  Haun, K. Morgan, I. Hicken-bottom,  Mrs. Crape,
house-mother. Coed Cottage  The girls at Coed Cottage gave  a special treat
to their house-parents  when they decided to  take over the cooking for an 
evening. The surprise dinner  was really enjoyed and the  cooks were: back
row: B. Greer,  M. Collins, J. Foster, C. De-  Chant, J. Johnson, J.
McIvor,  L. Botting. Front row: K. Mc-  Donald, C. Brown, Mrs. Stew-art, 
housemother; D. Tonstad.  Glover's  Both California and Ohio were 
represented at Glover's where  six "happy fellas" made their  home. Three
freshmen and  three upper classmen com-prised  the group, making it  ideal
for a "big brother" rou-tine.  The residents included:  back row: J.
Bannecker, R.  Brookins, J. Winterholler.  Front row: B. Barnes, Mrs. 
Glover, housemother; H. Staf-ford,  R. Hyppa.

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Cozy Cottage  Typical college coeds plugging away  for a degree were girls
at this house.  Seated: V. Eacrett, S. Fox, Mrs. Gal-lagher,  housemother.
Standing: C.  Plummer.  Lilja's Lodge  Smiling faces were very common  at
this house. The girls were all  active in campus affairs, but of  course
took time out for studying  as well: Sharing the "lodge" were  Mrs. Lilja,
housemother; R. Rein-land,  M. Wilbur, K. Davis, P.  Bower.  Knorr Hall 
This all-freshmen threesome claimed  to make the most noise for the small-
est  number of students. But Major,  the cocker spaniel mascot, kept them 
in line. They were: Mrs. Clausen,  housemother; T. Thompson, R. Nash,  R.
Purdue.

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Alki Lodge  Good food, a nice environment and a  big happy family were the
main rea-sons  why Alki was so popular. Baron  Von Kalopen, the dachshund
mascot,  agreed with this. Living here were,  back row: B. Payne, N.
Purvis, E.  Barcott. Front row: J. DeMonbrun,  D. McLean, D. Alder, Mrs.
Cornell, housemother.  Tamerlane  Parent's Day, Tamerlane swung  open its
doors to visiting Moms and  Dads. The girls who were there to  receive them
were, back row: R.  Southern, J. Perry, C. Stubbs, B.  Orbeck. Front row:
J. Trullinger,  B. Baker, B. Nye, D. Scheibner,  and Mrs. Woodruff,
housemother.  Forest Inn Kmiakan, a pet turtle named after  an Indian
chief, was a pretty big  "cheese" in this forest. The seven girls  that
lived here with their unusual  friend were, back row: K. Turner, N. 
Hylton, J. Soine, C. Arbogast.  Front  row: J. Walston, Mrs. Sundquist, 
housemother; A. Solland, A. Overhus.

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Terrace Hall  Freshmen and education ma-jors  formed the majority at  this
hall. The eight men living  here  were, back row: L. Burke,  J. Kallappa,
Mr. and Mrs.  Lowery, housemother and dad;  R. McKinley; unidentified. 
Front row: L. Morgan, W.  Cooper, L. Peirce, B. Wilson.  Crestview  These
girls could think of lots  of excuses for parties and  nothing seemed to
pass uncele-brated.  Back row: S. Morrical,  P. Young, P. Shindler, E.
Rob-inson,  J. Johnson, K. Erick-sen.  Front row: Mrs. Way,  housemother,
and Margaret;  J. Rogers, D. McKinnie, J.  Backstrom.  Shuksan Hall  1020
Key Street was where  six young men were made to  feel very much at home.
Back  row: J. Ostergard, A. Watkins,  R. Flakus. Front row: B. Pe-terson, 
Mr. and Mrs. Altman,  housemother and dad; A.  Jones.

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The Ranch  There was a wide range of in-terests  here with one member,  Art
Strapp, belonging to the All-American band. Back row:  D. Higley, A.
Strapp. Front  row: B. Knapp, Mrs. Rey-nolds, housemother; B. Dur-nan. 
Stearns  Displaying their Alaska pen-nant  were the eight men of  Stearns.
Back row: R. Sparks,  C. Cohoe, J. Hestad, D. Gor-ton.  Front row: B.
Smelling,  B. Van Winkle, Mrs. Stearns,  housemother; L. Jacquot, B. 
Norton.  Vikina  Juniors had the priority at  Vikina where Swedish
house-parents  make their Viking  daughters feel at home. They  were: Mrs.
Kindlund, house-mother;  M. Spurling, M. Og-don,  G. Sparks, A. Campbell, 
E. James, M. Owen, D. Maki.

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Deylig Hall  With just four girls in this house, Dey-lig  was almost like
home. Having a  wide range of interests, they might  sit on knitting
needles or trip over  skis. Standing: G. Gross, C. Sargent.  Seated: H.
Carter, Mrs. Cowles, house-mother;  C. Behrens.  Leslie's  The William Tell
of Western, Ed Elia-sen, lived here. He held the District  Championship in
archery, consequent-ly  there were few apples available at  Leslie's.
Pictured here: A. Nelson, A.  Snydor, Mrs. Leslie, housemother.  The
Chateau  Newly organized in Winter quarter,  the Chateau provided a home
for six  college coeds. Back row: B. Cum- mings,  D. Loughary, N. Martin,
S.  Ernst, G. Gentala. Front row: C. An-derson,  Mr. and Mrs. Cummings, 
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Forest Lane  Known for its home-cooked meals  Forest Lane housed these gals
who got  plenty of opportunities to try out new  recipes. Back row: E.
Podratz, S.  Bjorgen, K. Jones, G. Podratz. Front row: T. Garenzini, S.
Terrace.  Klipsun Hall  Another one of the small but lively  college houses
was Klipsun Hall. Pos-ing  here with the housemother, back  row: R. Haslam,
J. Fosnick, T. Water-house,  J. Bottoms. Front row: B.  Scott, B. Legate,
Mrs. Olson, house-mother.  Davis's  These three boys found a fire in the 
fireplace very pleasant to come home  to after a cold winter walk from
cam-pus.  Standing, with  Mrs. Davis,  housemother: D. Lutz, J. Nunamaker, 
J. Nunamaker.

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Skiing Condition: Excellent!  Along about December the skiing bug bit
novice  and expert alike and the season of lessons, ski  tows, heavy
sweaters, and lots of fun began. Books  and assignments were forgotten with
the first  snowfall and carloads of carefree students visited  the Mt.
Baker area to enjoy the cold, crisp air,  snowy slopes, and all-around fun
of skiing.  "HERE'S YOUR SIZE," Don Summers hands a pair of skis to  Joan
Kalyk as she prepares for a trip to the mountain.

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PREPARING TO FACE one of the slopes at  Heather Meadows are these Western
skiers. The possibility of broken legs or sprained ankles never  seems to
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Viking Choraliers  Wearing the traditional blue and white, the West-ern 
Washington choir displayed the college colors  and their voices of quality
on the annual tour as  well as at their appearances on campus. Beginning 
the season with the annual performance on Parents'  Day, the choir, under
the direction of Bernard  Regier, presented a Christmas Concert along with 
the rest of the Music Department.  After appearing at the Rotary Club on
the first day  of the tour, the choir presented programs through-out  the
western part of the state. Port Angeles was  treated to an evening concert
and many high schools  served  as hosts to the choir.

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In this year's choir are, back row, G. Fenter, L. Olson, D. Gunder-son,  D.
Martin, T. Bowman, president; B. Neisinger, W. Clark,  K. Eacrett, J.
Okerlund, D. Hubert, G. Langill, T. Hagen, T.  Haley, J. Berg, R. Minge, G.
Bellos, J. Hamilton, A. Strapp, D.  Hedstrom, J. Wilson. Third row: M.
Machleid, A. Dragon, T.  Meamber, D. Scribner, J. Nunamaker, J. Nunamaker,
B. Lind-man,  D. Sundquist, P. Havens, G. Martin, G. Lind, G. Koll, B. 
Ellsworth, G. Forbes, T. Hill, S. Cays, T. Carter. Second row: A. 
McDonald, P. Brown, S. Fox, J. Hansen, J. Wold, C. Darkow, L.  Hamilton, D.
Pemberton, S. Malerne, A. Granger, M. Drake, H.  Green, C. Bachman, S.
Ernst, J. Fairfield. First row: L. Souda,  N. Shields, S. Smutz, M. Engum,
C. Holms, S. Heavilin, M. Whit-ney,  N. White, H. Erdman, K. Thompson, H.
Underwood, Colleen   Moors, I. Bellingar, unidentified, B. Engelson, J.
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Women's Glee Club, Back row: M. Jurich, P. Young,  M. Kinne, C. Cone, N.
Anderson, C. Nyhus, A. Grang-er,  S. Koivisto, A. McDonald. Fourth row: M.
Bros-sard,  L. Hamilton, S. Blechschmidt, J. Williams, A.  Norman, K.
Hartzell, K. Thompson, A. Dragon. Third  row: Mr. Regier, C. Thomas, J.
Fairfield, J. McIvor, N.  Martin, A. Dixon, C. Kallgren, M. Breathour, C.
Behr-ens,  L. Botting. Second row:  M. Collins, M. Snider, C.  Johnson, L.
Hungerford, J. Mueller, G. Bouwman, M.  Spurling, D. Clark. Front row: N.
Haggen, I. Bellingar,  A. Lekanof, P. Wilson, N. Parker, J. Sherman, S. 
Smutz, S. Klimek, L. Souda.  Men's Quartet  Accompanying the choir on their
tour  was the quartet who provided "in-between" numbers and much
enter-tainment  to the many audiences. They  are Gene Langill, Gerald Koll,
Dale Martin and Don Sundquist. Colleen  Moors was their accompanist.

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Vocollegians  An informal ensemble, this group of  eleven directed by Mr.
Regier was the  ideal size to sing for city and school  functions during
the year. Standing:  Shirley Smutz, Helen Erdman, Don Hedstrom, Tom Bowman,
Clarice  Bachman, Ida Rae Bellingar. Seated:  Mr. Regier, Harlene
Underwood, Joyce  Wold, Caroline D a r k o w, Arlene  Granger, Gordon
Martin.  Men's Glee Club, Back row: D. Bissett, R.  Lee, G. Martin, W.
Clark, L. McDonald,  D. Schmidt, P. Hoeruegel, J. Berg, W. Barnes, Second
row: P. Gerspacher, T. Neves, G.  Koll, T. Bowman, R. Minge, P. Havens, A. 
Strapp, J. Simplot.  Front row: H. Fleck, L.  Young, L. Bishop, A. Nelson,
T. Meamber,  R. Barnes, Mr. Glass.

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Viking Band  As usual, the band proved to be of fine quality  and under the
direction of Dr. Don Walter, gave  many excellent performances throughout
the  year.  The football games kept the band busy fall quar-ter  directed
by Jerome Glass, and assisted by  the drum majors Virgil Cleveland and Gary
Lind, both of whom added spark and color to the group.  Spring quarter was
time for tour, the band visit-ing many Seattle schools, and the surrounding
 area. The highlight was the playing for the Coro-nation Ceremony starting
off the Daffodil Festi-val  in Sumner.  During May they were host band for
the Blos-som   Time pageant in Bellingham, and then trav-eled  to Victoria,
B. C., to play for the Queen's  birthday celebration.  Leonard Smith,
famous cornetist, was guest artist  for the Symphonic Band concert also
held in  May, and was much enjoyed by all who heard  him.

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Those appearing in the band this year were, back row: W.  Rants, L.
Hamilton, G. Sparks, E. Bridges, J. Johnson, J.  Schermerhorn, G. Martin,
D. Miller, A. Bridge, R. Neisinger,  R. Sterland, H. Fleck, J. Wilson, D.
Hedstrom, G. Anasis, F.  Strom, J. DeMonbrun, Dr. Walter, M. Harris, C.
Eaton, K. Rasmussen, R. Wenning, C. Sweet, R. Barnsness, G. Cleasby,  D.
Oelrich, D. Murphie. Third row: L. Dodd, C. Youngberg,  J. Nott, N.
Shields, L. O'Connor, J. Bryson, B. Bell, P. Hoe-ruegel,  D. Durand, D.
Steele, J. Hatch, D. Gunderson, J.  Gunderson, K. Copeland, K. Olson, M.
Marr, G. Lind, G.  Taylor, L. Price, J. Castleman, J. Judson, G. Fenter, M:
Goch-nour,  J. Stow. Second row: A. Strapp, C. Cone, R. Ougland,  E. Van
Zanten, B. Duvall, L. Jesinger, H. Weldon, N. Lar-son,  L. Blanchard, M.
Nordin, J. McKinnon, V. Cleveland,  P. Brown, K. Person, C. Brewer, J.
Richards. Front row: J.  Magelssen, L. Hungerford, A. Roundy, G. Tilden, E.
Eli-ason,  F. Bray, C. Moors, M. Young, C. Duvall, M. Lund,  W. Reid.

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Bellingham Civic Symphony Orchestra  With the musical strains at
commencement, the  Civic Orchestra,  under the direction of Dr. Frank 
D'Andrea, marks the close of another college sea-son.  During the year, the
orchestra with its all-important  function supported many programs and  was
busy producing rich entertainment for music  lovers.  At the close of each
quarter the orchestra took part  in the formal evening  activities. For the
first time  this year, a concert was presented in which stu-dents  were
given an opportunity to perform as solo-ists  with the orchestra. Joyce
Wold, Wallace Rants,  Don Sundquist and Don Andrus took part. The  annual
opera found the orchestra at one of its  busiest times.

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This year the orchestra consisted of: First Violins: B. Gooch, F.  Nielsen,
D. Nielsen, Geraldine Peterson,  V. Michelsen, F. Ibea, J.  Pendergrast, G.
Podratz, F. Strom, R. Copland, E. Robertson, M.  Lund. Second Violins: G.
Sparks, J. Johnson, B. Spees, G. Hell-berg,  S. Demmert, S. Bjorgen, A.
Loney, C. Sweet, J. Wheller,  K. Schenkel, R. Stigen. Violas: P. Dalquest,
D. Six, D. Van  Zanten, J. Speck, N. Johnson, H. Fleck, F. Renlie, F.
Norman.  Cellos: L. Banks, C. Holms, A. Teschner, M. Wall, S. Nelson. 
Basses: C. Darkow, M. Richardson, D. Scribner, N. English.  Flutes: A.
Bartruff, W. Rasmussen, E. Eliason, L. Hungerford.  Oboes: N. Stonehouse,
S. Hall. Clarinets: A. Strapp, C. Cone. Bas-soons:  L. Cesareo, J. Glass.
French Horns: W. Rants, D. Hawkins,  C. Brown, L. Hamilton. Trumpets: K.
Copeland, D. Gunderson,  J. Hatch. Trombones: D. Murphie, G. Cleasby, D.
Oelrich. Tuba:  F. Strom. Timpani: L. Richardson. Percussion: A. Bridge.

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String Orchestra: First Violins: G. Sparks, F. Lam-propulos,  G. Peterson,
V. Michelsen, J. Pendergrast,  G. Podratz, F. Strom, R. Copland. Second
Violins:  J. Speck, J. Johnson, S. Bjorgen, M. Lund, R. Sti- gen.  Viola:
D. VanZanten, N. Johnson, H. Fleck.  Cellos: C. Holms, A. Teschner, S.
Nelson, M. Wall. Bass: C. Darkow, D. Scribner, N. English.  Strmg Wuartet:
First violin, Jerome Johnson; second vio-lin, Robert Copland; cello, Ann
Teschner; viola, Donald Six.  Violin Trio: Geri Peterson, Florence
Lampropo- lus  and Vernita Michelsen.  otrlng wcuartet: uayie nparKs, nrst
violin; lhlrley Bjorgen,  second violin; Carol Holms, cello; Nancy Johnson,
viola.

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Western Proves Tough Competition  to Top-Ranking Teams  Leroy Nelson paced
the Western Washington College of Education Vikings  to a won 7, lost 18
record for the 1956-57 basketball season. Rod Schott  topped the local
rebound department with 244.  The Vikings opened the season by winning two
out of their first four con-tests.  But from this point on they fell from
the consistent-win column and settled into the role of potential giant
killer for the remainder of the year.  The Western quintet unlatched their
bag of tricks against the University of  British Columbia to win their
first conference game of the season, 43-37.  However, the Vikings turned in
their best performance of the year against  the undefeated Pacific Lutheran
five. The league leaders finally wobbled off  the maple court clutching a
narrow 55-51 victory over the Western team.  In their next contest the Viki
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COACH JACK HUBBARD, finishing his second  year at Western, gives last
minute instructions  to a Viking before sending him out on the floor. 
Hubbard showed that he had a ball club that,  though not always the winner,
proved tough op-position  even to the best opposing team.  HANG ON TO IT!
Arms and  legs fly as both  teams struggle for the ball but Rod Schott
hangs  tight as Bob Petrosik and Leroy Nelson keep the  opposition away.

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Dick Swartz (I.)  GUARD  Galen Reimer  GUARD  Leroy Nelson  FORWARD  TENSE
MOMENT-The coach stands and all  eyes are focused toward the action on the
floor.  Bruce Randall  FORWARD  Bob Petrosik (I.)  GUARD  Sam Martin 
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Ron Thompson (r.)  CENTER  Rodney Schott (I.)  CENTER  Wendell Weld  CENTER
 HURRAH FOR THE VIKS! An enthusiastic  crowd shows its appreciation as one
of the Viks  scores two.  Gary Radliff FORWARD  Roger Knigge (r.)  GUARD 
Gerald Schiele  FORWARD

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Scoreboard  Western 83  Western 56  Western 53  Western 58  Western 46 
Western 67  Western 56 Western 60  Western 64  Western 64  Western 76 
Western 78  Western 53  Western 72  Western 62 Western 43  Western 48 
Western 60  Western 51  Western 69  Western 72  Western 71  Western 64
Western 57  Western 47  Alberni Athletics  UBC  St. Martin's  Willamette U.
 Lewis and Clark  Alberni Athletics  St. Martin's  Lewis and Clark  Pacific
U.  CPS  SPC  St. Martin's  Eastern  Whitworth  St. Martin's  UBC  UBC  SPC
 PLC  Central  CPS  Whitworth  Eastern  PLC  Central  SCORE TWO! Reimer
(above) goes up to make  a basket much to the dismay of St. Martin's.  DOWN
THE FLOOR comes Petrosik, an SPC  guard trying vainly to take that ball
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REBOUND - Nelson gets the ball as Schott  reaches to stop an opposing team
member from  interfering.  JUST TRY AND GET THROUGH! Closely  guarded by
Schott, Bruce Randall, Reimer and  Gary Radliff, this St. Martin's player
is going to  have a tough time getting anywhere with that  ball.

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Splash Went the Title  The Western Mermen were able to  pull some first
place honors during  the year when Chuck Stutz and Hans  Lorentzen swam to
victory in a non-conference  meet at the U. of W. In  the  same meet, Trev
Barrett took a  first place in diving. The Viks lost to  the Cougars at WSC
as well as to the  Eastern Savages. In the Evergreen  Conference swim meet,
Lorentzen  took top honors for Western by finish-ing  first in two events,
placing them  in third place. UBC took the title fol-lowed  by Eastern.
POSING WITH Coach Kulbitski is the entire team. Back row:  B. Nanney, H.
Arnold, C. Stutz, H. Lorentzen. Front row: M.  Granger, M. Berg, M.
Lonctot, T. Barrett.  FOUR MAIN EVENTS compose the swimming meets-Arnold 
doing the 200-yard backstroke; Barrett finishing a one and a half  back
somersault; Lorentzen in the 200-yard butterfly and Stutz  doing an open
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WAITING FOR THE GUN to signal their start in a back-stroke  event are
Howard Arnold and Mike Berg. IN THEIR FIRST YEAR of college  swimming were
Melvin Lonctot (left)  and Trev Barrett. Barrett found his   home in
diving, while Lonctot swam  the 50.  BANG! and they're off! Hans Loren-tzen
 (above) and Morrie  Granger are  caught in the action of a speed start. 
The two were a great asset to West-ern's  team. ACTION in the freestyle
events was provid  by Chuck Stutz (below) back for his second yes  and
Morrie Granger, a first-year swimmer.  VETERAN SWIMMERS Hans Lorentzen
(be-low)  and Bob Nanney crouch for start. Loren-tzen  led the team as
captain and high point man  for the year.

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Come One, Come All!  Under the chairmanship of Bobbie Cole, Norma  Ashby
and Joan Richards, the WRA Carnival  proved to be one of the "fun-times" of
the year.  Basketball throwing, a fish pond, balloon shaving,  and dart
throws were a few of the events, with  prizes for everyone. Highlighting
the carnival was  the fortune telling booth which had a continuous  line-up
of curious students to see what the future  held for them. They went in
with a smile and came  out with-well, it all depended on what they were 
told. Don't Forget the Smoker!  These were the words of chairmen Gary
Radliff,  Bruce Randall and Rod Schott, as they made plans  and sold
tickets to the annual W Club-sponsored  smoker, along with the other
members of the club.  Featured during the evening was a free-for-all and  a
wrestling match besides the eight boxing matches.  All events proved to be
well worth the time and  effort spent.

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Election Time Again-  TIME TO CHOOSE the people to represent  us in
government at Western. Joyce Grage  and Judy Schurr discuss platforms and
pic-tures  of candidates in trying to make their  choice. NOON RUSH as
Western students  file into Student Center to take their  turns at the
newly purchased voting  machines.  NOW THE FUN BEGINS! Nadine  Schilling
looks rather dubious as she  takes ballots from box and prepares to  begin
the hectic job of tabulation.

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QUEEN PHYLLIS BOWER beams as she stands  beneath the genie at the annual
Junior Prom. Phyl-lis was chosen by the couples attending the dance  and
reigned over the entire affair.

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One Thousand and One Nights  One Thousand and One Nights, the theme of this
 year's Junior Prom, was presented by the Junior  Class on March 1st.
Greeting the dancers as they  entered the gaily decorated gymnasium were
Kitty  Stole and Tom Romerdahl, co-chairmen, assisted  by the other
committee chairmen of the gala oc-casion.  MUCH WORK TO BE DONE-Dean 
Turnbull, Sharron Olson, and Walt  Kauzlarich, (above), are three of the 
many who spent hours planning and  carrying out the plans to make a
suc-cessful  dance.  TO THE 1957 QUEEN-Susie Jacobsen (above)  presents
Queen Phyllis Bower with a dozen roses,  while her court, Marilyn Almgren,
Sharron Ol-son,  and Shirley Ziegler look on. Emcee was Walt  Kauzlarich. 
A CHECKERBOARD OF scarlet-dyed sheets  made a ceiling for the Arabic
decorated dance,  and couples whirled to the music of Jackie Souda's 
band.

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Vikings On the Air  "THIS IS YOUR VIKING ROUNDTABLE..."  These familiar
words opened the weekly Satur-day  night radio program emceed by Tom
Bettis,  Dick Kure, Stan Pownall and Gary Bruno. TAKING A BREATHER (left)
is Gary whose  voice greeted us across the air as he spun requests  and the
 latest pop records. In the KPUG library  looking up "old favorites" and
filing others are  Stan, Dick and Tom who spent many hours at  the radio
station as disk jockeys for Western.

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Ancient Drama Modernized  Jean Anouilh's "Antigone," a modern version of a 
2,000-year-old Greek tragedy, was the winter  dramatic presentation. It is
the symbolic story of  Antigone (Kathy Garrett), and her efforts to bury 
her dead brother in spite of orders given by her  uncle, King Creon (Al
Gunderson). As a result,  Antigone is buried alive in a cave and commits 
suicide. Haemon (Del Dudacek), the King's son  and her betrothed, finds
Antigone and in an at-tempt  to kill Creon, falls on his own sword.  Other
members of the cast were: Chorus, Ted  Hagen; Eurydice, Mary Mouncer;
Messenger, Bill  Elwood; Page, Jim Hamilton; and Guards, David  Pehling,
Bob Duvall and Lewis Curran.  CHORUS (upper right) tries to reason with
Creon, but Creon  (right), becomes angry with Antigone after her attempt to
bury  her brother. Ismene (below) pleads with her sister not to go  through
with her plan but it is too late.

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NO BUDGET WORRIES this week with all those ads. Editor COPY RIGHT? James
Bliss, faculty adviser,  checks Collegian  Ken Robertson smiles his
approval when Business Manager for mistakes while Diane McPherson and Ronn
Beams, assist-  Anne Roundy shows him the accounts for the week. ant
editors, work diligently on the next issue.  WWC Collegian  The Collegian
office was the scene of everything  from  political debates to 11 p.m.
hours. Editor Ken  Robertson, who won fame for his "flaming edito-rials" 
was  at his desk late many nights.  For all the people on the Collegian the
production  of the paper was a cycle that never ended. Posting 
assignments, pounding typewriters, reading proofs,  a long Thursday
afternoon at the printshop - as  well as trying over and over again to get
hold of  people for information for stories were all part of  the cycle.
Satisfaction was always expressed by the  Collegian staffers on Friday
noon, however, when  the most important part of the phase occurred-getting 
the paper into the hands of the students.  Minor Publications  The Writer,
Profile, Navigator, and Homecom-ing  Booklet made up Western's minor
publica-tions.  The Homecoming Booklet, edited by Dell  Abelein, contained
all the events for the big week.  Creative writing talent made up the
Writer as  students contributed their stories, essays or  poems to editor
Stan Lilian. Questions like "who,  where, and is he single?" were answered
by  the  Profile under the editorship of Laura O'Connor.  The Navigator
supplied the general rules and regulations and a calendar of all the year's
activi-ties.  It was edited by Kay MacKenzie, not  pictured.

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DISCUSSING MAKE-UP and content are members of the Collegian staff. Pictured
are  (standing) Naomi Knutzen, Louella Vaughn, Wayne Ehlers, John
Betrozoff, Allen Jung,  Chuck Stutz. Seated are Ken Robertson and Dell
Abelein.  THAT'S IT for this week. John Betrozoff and Wayne Ehlers,  sports
editors, read over sports copy for errors. "Sports Snorts"  by John was a
familiar column in the Collegian.  I DON'T  GET IT. Floyd Jonak, Collegian
photographer, and  Chuck Stutz, photo editor, discuss a picture idea on an
assign-ment  sheet, but seem rather dubious about its possibilities.

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I GIVE UP! pleads Gordon Wilson as Carolyn Brewer,  Phyllis Bower and
Marion Kemp overpower him with mitts  full of snow.  MISS SNO-BALL, 1957.
The proud artists of this snow  sculpture are Ervin Njos, Kirby Cleveland,
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Organizations

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Inter-Club Council  Under the control of ICC, are all of Western's clubs
and organizations.  Through this central core, made up of presidents and
representatives, a unity  is attained and standards are set up for each
group to maintain. Back row:  S. Garland, R. Small, K. Merager. Second row:
R. Smith, J. Hallson, K.  Cleveland. Front row: H. Hopf, K. Garrett, M.
Winklesky, B. Arnot.  Back row: A. Gunderson, president; P. Haag, J.
Hamilton, D. Oliver. Front  row: P. Brown, B. Bos, S. Graham, J.
Kleinsorge, S. Widner.  104

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Helmsmen  Pep Rallies, half-time entertainment and sponsor-ing  the Spring
Sports Informal are part of their ac-tivity  program. Helmsmen also pick
the Athlete of  the Year and the winners of the Loudhouse of the  Year
Trophy.  Valkyrie  With their motto, "I'll Be Glad To," Valkyrie is
or-ganized  for enthusiastic support of school activities.  Organized
rooting sections, ushering for assemblies,  and being in charge of the
Homecoming Ball, are a  few of the many activities in which Valkyrie
par-ticipates.  Back row: F. Osgood, T. Barrett. Fifth row: M. Kemp, P.
Brown,  M. Johnson, L. O'Donnell, D. Amos. Fourth row:M. Mouncer, G. 
Wilson, A. Jung, treasurer. Third row: B. Bender, M. Almgren, J.  Rozman,
K. Cleveland. Second row: E. Jones, J. Dunham, S. Cays,  C. Rolie. Front
row: D. Kure, president; J. Njos, A. Bellotti, C.  Kyle, secretary; Dr.
Radke.  Back row: Miss Ramsland, adviser; E. Jones, C. Holstine, C. Munch, 
J. Kellogg, E. Jacobson, B. Bos. Second row: R. Swedberg, J. Linde,  A.
Everall, G. Tuininga, S. Widner, P.  Milan, B. Brownell, J. Res-teigen. 
Front row: N. Motomatsu, N. Otness, E. James, S. Jacob-sen,  H. Hayashida,
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Epsilon Pi Tau  Industrial Arts majors make up this group. En-trance 
requirements are a grade point of 2.5 and  a field major grade point of
3.0. An initiation and  installation banquet is held each year for new
members and officers.  Kappa Delta Pi  A grade point of 3.0 and being of
Junior status  makes one eligible for this national education hon-orary. 
During Homecoming, a brunch is sponsored  by this active group, which also
presents an An-nual  Teacher Award.  Scholarship Society  The initiation
banquet is the  main event of the  year for this honorary. Only those with
a 3.5 grade  point or better are eligible, and they must be jun-iors  or
seniors.  WHO WILL WIN? Peggy Heckman, and Lucile Schell make  their
contribution to the Mile-of-Pennies contest during the  WUS Drive.  Back
row: L. Connelly, T. Hawthorne, S. Lilian, R. Weinbrecht,  M. Milat, D.
Tekle-Wold. Front row: Mr. Rice, J. Gunderson,  treasurer; A. Hansen,
vice-president; J. Westrick, president; T.  Lampman, secretary; Dr.
Atteberry.  Back row: R. Martyn, J. Gunderson, W. Cox, J. Carlson. Sec-ond 
row: H. Hopf, D. White, treasurer; W. Morita, D. Hillhouse,  D. Bundy, R.
Swedberg, D. Warford, D. Zeigler, B. Payne, B.  Elwood, vice-president; J.
Hanna, president; Dr. Hammer. Front  row: J. Finnigan, M. Ludwig, N.
Motomatsu, secretary; D. Wag-ner,   R. Oldow, B. Schroer, B. Brownell, S.
Jacobsen, M. Han-sen,  J. Cox, C. Jensen, J. Richards, P. Petty.   Back
row: C. Holstine, J. Wold, E. James, B. Brownell, B.  Schroer, S. Jacobsen,
M. Carlson. Front row: D. Andrus, L.  Samuelson, secretary; S. Lilian,
president; O. Ness, vice-presi-dent;  R. Oldow.  106

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BACKSTAGE - Barrie Brownell transfigures  Dorothy Tonstad into a
middle-aged medium  with the help of  a little makeup.  Pi Kappa Delta  A
very active club which participates in speech  tournaments at various other
colleges. They have  won honors in Oral Interpretation and Intercol-legiate
 debate.  Alpha Rho Tau An interest in art is all that's required for
mem-bership  to ART. Mostly composed of art majors,  the club works
together helping each other and  sponsors art exhibits and guest speakers. 
Western Players  The college drama club co-sponsors,  with the Speech
Department, the three  major drama productions and has com-plete  charge of
the quarterly one-act  plays.  Back row: T. Hagen, C. Horne, A. Sydnor, B.
Cox,  vice-presi-dent;  A. Gunderson, president; J. Schermerhorn, C.
Melton, D.  M. Kraft, Jr. Back row: G. Reynolds, M. L. Mouncer, B.
Bres-nahan,  N. Mooney, P. Northup, B. Brownell, secretary-treas-urer;  J.
Kellogg.  Back row: D. Warford, M. Freeman, N. Johnson, D. Wilson.  Front
row: M. Peterson, J. Williams, S. Lilian, vice-president; 0.  Van Moorhem,
president; Miss Peck.  Back row: J. Schermerhorn, T. Hagen, treasurer; D.
Stribling,  A. Gunderson, K. Haag, K. Garrett, president; J. Kreiss, D. 
Dudacek, B. Elwood, vice-president; B. Brownell, L. Curran, D.  Bruland, W.
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CHRISTMAS is a time for making favors to  place in the hospitals. Here
Colhecon members  Ellene Johnson, Donna Sullivan, Miss Detring,  and
Margaret Young look over the varities they  have made. Colhecon  "Would you
prefer coffee or tea?" is a common  phrase used by Colheconimists who keep
busy  serving at various teas and dinners. A picnic and  a Senior tea are
included in their list of activities.  Industrial Arts Club  Woodworking
and art crafts of all types interest  the men of this club. Through active 
participa-tion  in Industrial Arts, it offers opportunities for  the
furthering of knowledge in this field. Science Club  A trip to the Hell's
Gate project on the Fraser  River was the highlight of the year. Under the 
 advisorship of several science faculty members,  the meetings were always
of much interest to the many science-minded students.  Back row: Frances
Honosowetz, Florence Palmer, Marilyn Carl-son, Billie Baker, Jeanette
Trullinger, Carol Zylstra, Gail Gentala.  Front row: Miss Countryman,
Sharron Terrace, Clarice Nyhus,  Donna Sullivan, Ellene Johnson, M'Lisse
Gochnour, Marilyn  Peoples, Donna Nugent, Joan Hendrickson, Margaret Young.
 Back row: A. White, Dr. Atteberry, J. Gunderson, J. Durham,  G. Thompson.
Third row: A. Hansen, C. Pangle, D. Rogers, D.  Tekle-Wold, R. Matson.
Second  row: B. Thompson, D. Schryver,  M. Milat, L. Robison, G. Waterbury,
J. Westrick, R. Hyde.  Front row: R. Smith, M. Mulligan, L. Mooney, E.
Foster, H.  Ludwig, D. Huntley.  Back row: E. Wilson, J. Holroyd, G. Tenio,
C. Eaton, P. Osgood,  B. Nanney, A. Hansen, J. Carlson. Third row: D.
Isaacson, D.  Olson, T. Manney, C. Linde, J. Hallson, president; C. Swett,
D.  Tackett. Second row: M. Hansen, M. Manney, M. Carlson, D.  Carlson, E.
Tackett, L. Tackett, J. Johnson, vice-president; B.  Greer, K. Roberts,
secretary- treasurer; G. Meikle, Dr. Martin,  advisor. Front row: Miss
Pabst, advisor; J. Linde, S. Repoz, D. McKennie.

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Back row: J. Berg, J. Johnson, F. Notar, D. Scribner, K. Mer-ager,  E.
Cotter, M. Marr, S. Repoz, R. Weeks, D. Smith, Rev.  A. Dale. Second row:
J. McIvor, D. Tonstad, B. Boroughs, J.  Berg, C. Hoistine, N. Baldwin, E.
James, E. Van Zanten, G.  Campbell, B. Etherton, B. Greer. Front row: L.
Botting, M. Top, B. McCormick, S. Kelly, Y. Evans, J. Williams.  Back row:
R. Hyppa, S. Bowler, E. Wilson, D. Laster, D. Dav-ies.  Third row: C.
Stutz, B. Barnes, K. Hartzell, M. Kinne, S.  Booman, A. MacDonald. Second
row: F. Brunie, secretary-treas-urer;  G. Wilson, president; B. Brownell,
K. Derrick, F. Miller,  K. Wilson. Front row: J. Sherman, J. Errington, J.
Richards,  J. Kellogg, S. Olson, W. Cavenaugh.  Back row: E. Keller, G.
Johnson, S. Torseth, G. Meikle, C. Nel-son.  Second row: A. Bellotti, P.
Milan, S. Gays, J. Sherman, J.  Errington, C. Johnson, L. Hoppock, S.
Nelson. Front row: G.  Galbraith, J. Kalyk, J. McNutt, G. Johnson, Y.
Evans, C. La-  Rowe.  A NICKLE FOR BARBARA-Barbara Bos puts  in her vote
for Professor Snarf as Don Oliver,  Sally Cays and Pete Hoeruegel watch
wondering  who will win this  "coveted" title.  United Student Christian
Foundation  Dinners, programs, and parties besides Universal Day of Prayer,
WUS, and an Easter Sunrise Serv-ice,  have been on the agenda for the busy
United Student Christian Foundation this year.  Schussken Ski Club  Twice a
month on Tuesday, the Schussken  Ski  Club members are entertained by
informative  speakers, and movies plus planning a used ski equipment sale,
a ski race, and an outing. Pur-chasing  ski emblems is a new project for
the year.  Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship  Christian fellowship is the
goal of this active club  on campus. Their activities  include Bible
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Back row: V. Gilson, M. Weikert, F. Brunie, J. Haugen, P.  Brown, E. Awa,
secretary; L. Vaughn, S. Graham, Miss Aitken,  adviser. Second row: B.
Olson, P. Giles, H. Burgess, J. Johnson,  M. Loser, F. Miller, C. Arbogast,
vice-president; N. Ashby.  Front row: L. Larson, J. Richards, B. Berg, J.
Hall, J. Laugh-ary,  B. Arnot, president; H. Hayashida, B. Cole.  Women's
Recreation Association  Sinclair Island  and Ross Dam are the scenes of 
the annual outings for this very active club. Oth-er  activities include
the WRA Carnival, a confer-ence  at WSC, a high school playday and an
intra-mural  swim meet.  "W" Club  Back row: H. Krislock, B. Randall,
president; J. Sim, N. Olson,  R. Knigge, D. Langley, S. Martin, L.
Rosenbach, D. Lane, J.  Gard. Second row: K. Moffett, J. Kulbitski,
adviser; E. Mel-bourne,  C. Stutz, B. Wilkinson, L. Odle, D. Spanier, R.
Berry.  Front row: G. Bruno, M. Bianchi, G. Kohlwes, G. Radliff,
vice-president;  J. Morse, M. Clarke, B. Barker.  Letter sweaters with a
large or a small "W" on  them signify the athletes of Western. This club 
also sponsors the "W" Club Smoker and various  dances besides putting on a
spring banquet.  Rheba D. Nickerson Club  Back row: R. Weythman, adviser;
P. Barton, M. Loser, F.  Miller, J. Johnson, C. Arbogast, president. Second
row: S. Gra-ham,  secretary- treasurer; V. Gibson, B. Olson, J. Backstrom,
M.  Gordon, S. Mathews, vice-president. Front row: H. Burgess, N.  Wheeler,
J. Hall, B. Arnot, J. Laughary.  BUSY, BUSY, BUSY are these gals setting up
booths for the  WRA Carnival. Well worth these efforts, the carnival was a
big  success.  A car wash was a money-making project spon-sored  by the
Rheba D's this year. This energetic  group also sent delegates to several
conferences  and a progressive dinner proved a lot of fun  though dangerous
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Back row: Miss McInnes, D. Daggett, R. Leistra, J. Carlson, R.  Weeks, K.
Merager.  Third row: C. Nelson, G. Smith, B. McPhail, J. Zion, S. Adams, 
A. Rogers, J. Resteigen, R. Buckner, N. Murray, C. Isham, M.  Peterson, C.
Nyhus, C. Munch.  Second row: P. Hirni, M. Thatcher, M. Collins, J. McIvor,
B. Berg, M. Mann, S. Yotsko, A. Gannon, M. Carlson, B. Hose, J.  McCormick,
B. Bresnahan, J. Haugen. Front row: G. Fagerstrom, N. Haggen, G. Yoshimura,
N. Par-ker,  J. Richards, M. Peoples, M. Torticil, S.  Van Bevers, C.
Cy-rus,  A. Teschner, M. Coffee, J. Kleinsorge, T. Wright.  Association for
Childhood Education  Besides sending delegates to the International 
convention in Los Angeles this spring, A.C.E. put  on a puppet show for
youngsters in the Ortho-pedic  ward at St. Joseph's Hospital.  Critics Club
Meeting at Dr. Van Aver's the first and third  Tuesdays, Critics Club
boasts student-led discus-sions  on important writers of the world. A
spring  meeting is held at Lakewood each year.  Back Row: B. Teshera, J.
Hanna, T. Manney, F. Davis, R. Van  Demark, A. Jung, M. Griffin.  Front
Row: J. Kamps, E. Rockey, B. Bos, president; Dr. Van  Aver, L. Silven,
vice-president; H. Green.  Future Teachers of America  This year F.T.A.
plays host to the winter district  F.T.A. conference and also sponsors a
mixer and  a banquet.  At a WAFTA conference during spring  quarter, Allen
Jung was elected vice-president of  the organization.  Back row: D.
Scribner, D. Rogers, R. Scofield, B. Keller, E.  Swan, J. Kreiss, A. Jung,
P. G. Lilleness, R. Van Demark.  Third row: J. Hamilton, J. Kamps, D.
Kolkana, L. McDonald,  D. Schryuer, K. Garrett, M. Peterson, A. Lein, C.
Isham, C.  Salisbury.  Second row: B. Bos, R. Buckner, M. Mann, M. Almgren,
B.  Brownell, C. Jensen, P. Northup, M. Leggett, A. Gannon, L.  Stilwell. 
Front row: N. White, E. Rockey, F. Brunie, C. Anderson, G.  Gentala, R.
Bouverat, A. De Young, B. Boroughs. SMALLER PLATES these days seems to be
the problem here  as Jo Resteigen, Merle Motoda, and Barbara Hose resort to
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Back row: P. Thompson, B. Hawthorne, J. Hillhouse, B. Wil-liams,  M. Mahan,
S. O'Brien, M. Pangle, L. Hyde, D. L. Neer, Taylor, C. Parker, C. LaDue, L.
Mulligan. Second row: L.  Satterfield, B. Hill, R. Latt, N.  Matson, J.
Reinert, H. Clarke,  C. Morse, M. Russell, P. Hansen, A. Spears, C.
Rickkala, N.  Mooney. Front row: K. Randall, L. Westrick, D. Connelly, J. 
McNary, C. Quady, S. Rick, treasurer; M. Smith, president;  D. Thomsen,
vice-president; P. Hill, secretary; L. Simpson, C.  Olson, S. Davies, K.
Roberts. Back row: V. Eacrett, M. Pabst, M. Neumann, unidentified,  B.
Scheldrup, S. Swofford, D. Beatty, R. Montoure, J. Hall-son,  H. Hopf,
president; L. Myers, L. McDonald, vice-presi-dent.  Front row: Miss Pabst,
M. Neumann, M. Lawson, M.  King, B. Crandall, secretary; G. Hopf.  Back
row: S. Lilian, treasurer; A. White, E. Swan, A. Hart,  W. Brown. Second
row: B. Barnes, R. Bueler, D. McDonald, M. Leggett, secretary; K. Wilson.
Front row: F. Stimson, K.  McCullough, R. Stimson, E. Kerr, president. HARD
AT WORK are Gerald Waterbury and  Einer Thomsen, who are working on
projects for  Industrial Arts Club.  Student Wives  Being unnecessary to
give the prerequisite to  belong to this organization, their long list of
ac-tivities  included a turkey dinner, an alumni cof-fee  hour and a
faculty wives' tea.  Der Deutsche Studentenverein  Only German is spoken at
this campus organiza-tion.  Many community people attend and are 
entertained with speakers, German newsreels  and other activities.  Viking
Camera  Club  The tables seemed to have turned as the photog-raphers  pose
for a picture themselves. Speakers  and projects highlight these meetings
all de-signed  to further each member's skill in photog-raphy.

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Ushers  Back row: S. Morrical, M. Owen, G. Ayers, D. Maki, M. Gor-don. 
Front row: E. Jacobson, M. Noble, J. Berry, S. Graham,  J. Haugen.  The
ushers, a very necessary part of any pro-gram,  play or concert, were
always on hand to  take tickets, give out programs and supply gen-eral 
information. Elsie Jacobson served as head  usher.  Press Club  Back row:
Mr. Bliss, S. Lilian, D. Abelein, J. Betrozoff, W.  Ehlers, K. Robertson,
C. Stutz. Front row: L. Vaughn, N.  Knutzen, P. Hirni.  WHAT'S SO FUNNY?
Wayne Ehlers doesn't  get what Diane McPherson and Ken Robertson  are
laughing at during one of the lighter moments  of publishing the weekly
Collegian.  For all students interested in publications, Press Club's big
event of the year was the Publica-tions  Banquet held at the close of the
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AWS Commission  Many activities kept AWS very busy this year. A  coffee
hour was given at the beginning of each quar-ter  for the new students and
assemblies, including a  fashion show, were presented. Two tolos, one in
the  fall and the other in the spring, were big successes.  In March,
Marion Kemp and Amelia Bellotti were  sent to Michigan for a national
convention. Back  row: G. Campbell, N. Anderson, J. Linde, C. Hol-stine, 
C. Munch, P. Milan, P. Brown. Second row:  A. Bellotti, E. Jones, N.
Otness, treasurer; Miss  Powers, S. Widner, president; A. Everall,
secretary;  M. Rinta. Front row: L. Souda, J. Richards, J. Hilli-ker, 
vice-president; G. Tuininga.  Norsemen Commission  The Norsemen's Ball, one
in the fall, another during winter quarter,  were the two major projects of
the Norsemen, composed of all the men  students on the campus. Serving on
the commission and planning all  the various Norsemen assemblies, besides
cooperating with AWS during  World University Week were, back row: L.
Olson, P. Haag, J. Kreiss,  vice-president. Front row: S. Price, treasurer;
B. Elwood, president, and  G. Phillips, secretary.  122

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT-Lou  Ann Sauers finds it takes many  hours and much
practice before the  organ can be played with ease. Here  Mr. Schaub is
giving a little assist-ance.  BEGINNING OF THE REAL  THING-Student teaching
is looked  forward to by all prospective teach-ers.  Gail Smith and Barbara
Holstrom  work with third graders in the campus  school.  Besides the
activities,  there are still classes to attend...  HOME ECONOMICS-Whether
you  plan to teach it or put it to practical  use there are courses which
come in  handy for any girl. Lorene Erickson  pauses a moment while sewing
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TYPING is a useful skill in teaching as well as in  secretarial work. Shown
is Barrie Brownell increas-ing her speed and accuracy in the Business
Educa-tion  Department.  HIS LIFE IN HIS HANDS-Bruce Fuller is very 
careful as he makes his measurements while ex-perimenting  in the chemistry
lab.  BUT I'M NOT ARTISTIC-This course in Industrial Arts is designed for 
elementary teachers in learning arts and crafts the grade school child can
do,  so doesn't require any special skill. Jan Maddox and Sigrid Vopnford
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ACCEPTING the Athlete-of-the-Year trophy  amidst the applause of the 250
couples attending  the Spring  Sports Informal is Bruce Randall.  The
others nominated were Gary Radliff, Rod  Schott and Bill Karwacki.  Athlete
of the Year  Bruce Randall, who first received the outstand-ing  athlete
award in his freshman year, proved  he had continued his high standards and
perform-ances  in sports when he once again proudly ac-cepted  the award
for 1957.  During his freshman year, Bruce took all-confer-ence honors in
football, basketball and baseball.  A football injury hampered his services
the fol-lowing  year, but last fall he took second-team all-conference  as
a quarterback and honorable men-tion  in basketball. He was pitcher and
co-captain  of the Viking baseball team.  Bruce, a senior, hails from
Sequim, Washington,  and will return there next year as head football  and
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Spring Sports Informal  In an atmosphere of the "Gay Nineties," the SSI 
was officially held in the Holiday Ballroom on  May 3. Cardboard
caricatures of typical figures of  that era and brightly colored flowers
well de-picted  the theme and season. Highlight of the eve-ning  was the
presentation of the Athlete of the Year award. Chairman of the dance was
Amelia  Bellotti, under the sponsorship of Helmsmen.  Top: Jim Richardson
checks his date's coat at  the door as they enter the ballroom. Center: 
Jerry Ramey and Velora Carr contemplate a pos-sible  ride on the daily
decorated "surrey with a  fringe on top." Bottom: Dreamy music as well  as
rock 'n' roll was provided for the dancers by  the Ramage Dance Band.  129

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STRAINING HARD and ready to  throw the shot put is Jack Neer, ac-tive  on
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Newcomers and returning servicemen filled out  the Viking baseball lineup
for the 1957 season.  Eight lettermen returned from the previous year's 
team that had lost the Division playoff game by  only one run.  Coach Jack
Hubbard had several "non-lettering  veterans" to strengthen his quest for a
conference  title. Western split the season lid-tilter with UBC,  6-1 and
3-4, on the Canadian field. Their next  trip, this time to Seattle Pacific,
also produced a  split, 9-3 and 8-9. Western opened at home just  before
press time with a double win over St. Mar-tin's,  1-0 and 2-0. Topper
LaCroix set down the  Rangers with a one-hitter.  Pitching seemed the
biggest problem Hubbard's  charges would have\ to overcome. But
preconfer-ence performances of LaCroix, Bob Eacrett, and 
outfielder-pitcher Bruce Randall, who had a 2-0  record to date, were very
encouraging.  With the eight lettermen and fast-improving  newcomers to
provide a strong bench, Western  was expected to be a strong contender for
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Season's Schedule  Western ... .UBC  Western ...................... SPC 
Western ................ St. Martin's Western ....................... PLC 
Western ....................... CPS  W estern ....................... SPC 
Western ..................... CPS  Western ...................... PLC 
Western ............... St. Martin's Western..................... .. SU 
BATTER-UP TIME began again for letter-winner Gary Kohl-wes  who handled
Viking pitchers for his final collegiate year  during 1957.  WESTERN'S TEAM
as pictured here were (back row) Coach Hubbard, B. Taubenheim,  O.
Riekkola, H. Krislock, R. Santini, D. Morgan, R. Eacrett, G. Rasmussen, F.
LaCroix,  D. Winter, and (front row) P. Hollingsworth, G. Kohlwes, R.
Allen, B.  Randall, Stanley  Flanders, mascot; N. Clough, G. Reimer, J.
Gard, M. Bowden.

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VETERANS Gary Kohlwes and Bruce  Randall gave good leadership to the  Vik
baseballers after being selected  co-captains for the year.  THIS WAS YEAR
NO. 2 for Coach Jack Hub-bard  as head baseball man. He debuted in col-lege
 baseball coaching here last year. A great com-petitor  himself, Hubbard is
known for providing  a hustling team.  GETTING A FEW WORDS of advice from
the coach are the infielders, standing, David  Morgan, Jim Gard, Melvin
Bowden, Gerald Reimer, Doyle Winter. Doing the demonstration  are Robert
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REACHING for a fly are outfielders Oliver Riekkola, Neil  Clough, Bruce
Randall and Richard Santini. SQUAD MEMBERS get a few words of wisdom from
the coach  before taking the field during a practice session. Good balance 
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Back row: Chick Vance, Dave Laster, Coach Charles Lappen-busch,  Pat
Gerspacher, Ken McCullough, Jeb Baldi. Front row:  Dave Munro, Jim Eaton,
Dick Endersbe, Verne Smutz, Tom  Erickson.  Tennis After not placing last
year, Coach Charles Lap-penbusch's  net forces moved into contention this 
spring with the addition of transfers and new-comers  to the tennis squad.
The Vikings were  beaten in the first two outings by Seattle Pacific  but
were without Ken Erickson and a couple  other top candidates who were
ineligible through  transferring until May 1. Things were expected  to pick
up when the netmen went against Ever-green  competition. Weather held up
the early  practices to put the squad behind in conditioning.  WESTERN
depended on the racquet of Tom Erickson, trans-fer  student, for a
conference showing this spring. The sopho-more  became eligible just in
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Left to right: Bob Saxvik, Gerald Thon, Jack Scruggs, Bob  Scruggs, Ralph
Fuller, Coach John Kulbitski. Golf  Western golfers worked hard to make up
that one  stroke which separated them and champion UBC   last year in the
conference meet. Loss of their  No. 1 and No. 2 men hurt title chances this
spring. Coach John Kulbitski mustered together a cou-ple  of lettermen and
several crack newcomers to  give stiff  competition to Evergreen rivals. In
their  first meets they dropped one to CPS and one to  potent Seattle U.
Weather held the golf squad  indoors for the first part of the spring
quarter.  Once they finally got set, the divotmen produced  a pretty fair
squad.  ONE of the few golf letter-winners Coach Kulbitski had around   for
1957 was Gerald Thon. While not a top winner each week,  his club play was
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TRACK TEAM: (back row) R. Granger, P. Napper, C. Wilson, B. Ivy, D.
Langley, G. Phil-lips,  D. Look, D.  Mosher; (front row) L. Marty, manager;
B. Jones, J. Wester, J. Thompson,  J. Cosco, B. Pressler, D. Kolkana, J.
Neer.  Track-Western Style  Coach Ray Ciszek's track team had a big job 
ahead of them during the spring in trying to du-plicate  their second place
finish of the previous  year. Loss of several key  men, including Ted 
Whan, conference 440 record holder; and Jim  Hall, Western's top pole
vaulter last spring, hurt  Western chances greatly.  Early performances of
veterans Dave Langley in  the hurdles, Dick  Kolkana and Gary Phillips in 
the sprints, Bob Swalwell and Claude Wilson in  the field events, plus new
candidates Pete Nap-per,  Bernard Ivy, and John Cosco lifted Viking 
chances. Distance events and lack of squad depth  were expected to give the
tracksters the most  trouble.  WESTERN'S top hurdler this spring was
veter-an  Dave Langley. His performances put many  first place points on
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UP AND OVER goes Western field man Dave Mosher during  the opening
triangular meet on the Viking oval.  JOHN NEER strains hard to heave  the
discus during practice. John and  Bob Swalwell were two of the top
field-men  in the discus.  Above, Jerry Wester is caught in midair during a
practice jump.  Right, Roger Granger and John Cosco loosen their limbs by 
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Spring Intramurals  Highlight of the spring intramural program was  an
international meet against UBC intramural  champions. The result was a 2-3
record, with  Western taking basketball and badminton doubles  while losing
volleyball, football, and badminton  singles.  Softball went in full swing
during spring quarter.  Two leagues were formed, with seven teams
per-forming  in each league. Various houses and or- ganizations 
participated in the spring activity.  Hitting went way up as the sluggers
kept the  chuckers busy all spring.  HE'S SAFE! Chuck Bremmer slides in at
home as the unidenti-fied  catcher attempts to tag him. Next at bat is Dick
Reed.  CHAMPIONS-Victorious basketball team at the  intramural meet were 
Don Weisel, Larry Jones,  Bill Key, Bill Muskett, Larry Meyer, Ernest 
Woodfield, Mike Clark and Jim Baker.  JUMPING for Western is Bill Key with
a player from UBC in  one of Western's winning games.

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SHAKING HANDS before their badminton  match are Nero Lindblad (left) and
his UBC  opponent. VOLLEYBALL-One of the events in which the Viks didn't
fare  too well. Both teams are seen here doing their most to win.  A ROUGH
TIME was had by the West-erners  in football, losing the game to  UBC, 20-
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STRIKE! Virginia Gilson strikes hard and Betty Olson pre-pares  to catch
the next one. Jo Hilliker is the "ump." (Looks  like a good turnout from
MRH.)  Women's Sports  A fall outing to Ross Dam began the recreational 
activities sponsored by Women's Recreational  Association this year. A trip
to WSC for a hockey  conference proved successful as Western won over  two
teams. During winter quarter a basketball  team was sent to a conference at
UW where the  group played teams from several other schools,  winning all
their games.  Sixteen high schools participated in Sports Day  sponsored by
the club during the spring, and Bar-bara  Arnot was sent to a conference in
Lincoln,  Nebraska.  Other activities throughout the year were soft-ball, 
tennis, bowling, ping pong, and badminton.  BETTER LUCK next time. Jo
Hilliker pulls her  arrow from the target as Gail Tuininga and  Nancy
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POSITIONS, GIRLS-Hisa Hayashida, Faye  Miller, Midge Loser, Louella Vaughn
line up for  a strictly posed shot before going out to golf.  HOPING TO
SEND that ball straight for the "strike spot" is  Jo Hilliker. Gail
Tuininga gets ready to try her luck and Midge  Loser is keeping score. 
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Modern Dance Club  Displaying grace and design the Modern Dance  Club
presented their modern interpretations of  the dance in many programs
during the year.  They assisted the music department in their  Christmas
concert as well as participating in the  assembly for WUS. At the Dance
Symposium held at WSC, Western had the largest group in  attendance. 
GRACEFUL and sure of  themselves are Betty Jean  Nye and Roy Bueler
(above).  At left (clockwise) are C.  Stubbs, B. Nye, A. Norman,  N.
English, D. Bundy, K.  Turner, A. Richins, P. Giles.  INTERPRETATION is the
 key word of modern dance   and practicing here are (back)  R. Bueler, A.
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Blue Barnacles  Western's mermaids again put in a very active  year. An
exchange workshop was held with the  UW in which the girls exchanged stunt
ideas and  skills. A demonstration was given during the spring for Sports
Day besides the annual swim  show. This year's theme was "Caribbean
Cast-aways," the story of shipwrecked sailors and their  adventures. 
TOPSY-TURVY goes one mermaid as the other treads water to stay afloat,
deciding she doesn't  want to stand on her head.  Beginning with center and
going left are: A. Allen, J. Mattieligh, B. Schroer, K. Olson, J. 
Hilliker, C. Stubbs, J. Perry, E. Jones, president; P. Heckman, B. Nye,
secretary; P. Giles,  A. Richins, J. McIvor, L. Botting, M. Loser, clerk of
the course; G. Podratz, K. Turner, N.  Johnson, S. Ernst, R. Barge,
vice-president; G. Hopkins.  145

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Senior Class  The big year came at last for the Seniors, though  when they
looked back it seemed only yesterday  they had arrived as "green" Freshmen.
The year  began with Homecoming festivities with Sharon  Andreasen and Bill
Elwood as cochairmen. Caro-lyn  Brewer was their queen. The Annual Senior 
Banquet was held at the Country Club, with Miss  Lucy Kangley as guest
speaker.  Spring brings on a final rush of activities-bac-calaureate, 
class day, and commencement. With  this final ceremony the Seniors leave to
return  again as alumni.  ABOVE: Class officers-Jim Kreiss, vice-president;
Nadine Schilling, secretary; Al Gunderson, president; and Rose-marie 
Oldow, treasurer.  BROAD SMILES appear on the faces of these Senior
students as  someone adds a bit of play to business. The Senior Planning
Board  has many arrangements and plans to be made-banquets, bacca-laureate,
commencement and various Senior activities. Those serv-ing  on the Board
were: Carl Linde, Barbara Schroer, Ted Hagen,  Al Gunderson, Suzie
Jacobsen, Rosemarie Oldow, Nadine Schill-ing,  Lynda Samuelson, Joel
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Dell Abelein  Bellingham. Norse-men;  Collegian staff;  Profile editor;
Nav-igator  editor; Home-coming Booklet edi-tor;  ICC; Press Club, 
president, treasurer.  Helen Anderson  Bellingham. AWS.  Donald Andrus 
Bellingham. Norse-men;  Orchestra;  Choir; Scholarship  Society.  Desta
Almgren  Everett. Jeanette Armstrong  Bellingham. AWS.  Barbara Arnot 
Arlington. AWS;  WRA, president;  FTA; Rheba D.  Nickerson Club.  Nancy
Baldwin  Bellingham. AWS;  FTA; USCF.  Patricia Barton  Bellevue. AWS. Dale
Beasley  Bremerton. Norse-men;  Vet's Club;  Science Club.  James Beaty 
Wenatchee. Norse- men.  John Betrozoff  Raymond. FTA;  ACE; Press Club, 
vice-president; Col-legian  Sports editor; Athletic Committee;  Public
Relation  Committee; ESPA  delegate.  Marvin Beukelman  Lynden. Norsemen. 
Beckie Boroughs  Bellingham. AWS;  FTA; USCF.  Douglas Boyce  Redmond.
Norse-men. 148  Joan Backstrom  Roy. AWS; Rheba  D. Nickerson Club;  WRA. 
James Baker  Raymond. Norse- men;  Helmsmen;  Varsity Basketball.  Robert
Baty  Vancouver. Norse-men.  William Baumcart  Port Angeles. Norse-men; 
Klipsun staff;  FTA, treasurer.  David Beatty  Blaine. Norsemen;  Science
Club. James Berg  Everson. Norsemen;  Choir; Vocollegians;  Glee Club;
USCF;  CCF.  John Blake Bellingham. Norse-men.  Malcolm Blom  Seattle.
Norsemen;  Westvets; Ski Club.  Carolyn Brewer Winlock. Band; Val-kyrie; 
Homecoming  Queen; Yell Leader;  Majorette; ASB,  secretary.  Douglas
Bridges  Edmonds. Norse-men;  Intramural  Sports.

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Irene Brodie  Lake Stevens. AWS;  FTA.  Joyce Brose (Wold)  Arlington.
Western  Players; Operas; Scholarship Society;  Choir.  Richard Brownrigg 
Bellingham. Norse-men;  Intramural  sports.  Ruby Buckner  Seattle. AWS;
FTA.  Vern Cardinal  Bremerton. Norse-men.  Joel Carlson  Everett.
Norsemen; ACE; BOC; ASB,  vice-president.  Herbert Cole  Lynden. Norsemen. 
Emma Conlee  Bellingham. AWS. Joyce Crooks  Seattle. AWS; Dance  Club. 
Mrs. Stella Clouda  Bellingham. AWS.  Dean Dingerson Kelso. FTA; Ski  Club.
 Jean Dunham  Seattle. AWS.  Lee Brown  Centralia. Norse-men.  Patricia
Brown  Port Townsend.  AWS; Song Leader;  Yell Leader; Kappa  Delta Pi;
Helmsmen;  Valkyrie.  Alan Campbell  Mount Vernon.  Norsemen; Westvets, 
president; ICC.  David Canary  Everett. Norsemen. Rodney Cassidy  Tacoma.
Norsemen.  George Clogston  Buckley. Norsemen.  Lee Connelly  Renton.
Norsemen;  IA Club; Epsilon Pi  Tau.  Kenneth Copeland  Montesano. Band; 
Orchestra.  Roger Davis Centralia. Norsemen  James De Monbrun  Everett.
Norsemen;  Band.  Robert Duvall  Petersburg, Alaska.  Norsemen; Band, 
business manager,  president; Sym-phony;  Men's Glee;  Westvets; Camera 
Club; Klipsun pho-tographer.  Carole Duvall  Olympia. Band;  Chorus; Civic
Band;  Bellingham Sym-phony.

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Robert Eacrett  Shelton. Norsemen;  baseball; W Club.  William Elwood 
Caldwell, Idaho.  Norsemen, all offices;  Western Players,  vice-president;
Kap-pa  Delta Pi, vice-president;  Home-coming  general chair- man;  Who's
Who;  Choir; Glee Club;  Senior Planning  Board.  Joan Finnigan  Port
Orchard. AWS; Kappa Delta Pi;  FTA.  Lee Fisher  Blaine. Norsemen.  William
Fosdick  Montesano. Norse-men.  Eunice  Frey  Billings, Montana.  AWS;
Choir; FTA.  Marguerite Goff  Forest Grove, Ore-gon.  AWS.  Leon Golden 
Maple Falls. Norse-men;  intramural  sports; German Club.  Albert Gunderson
 Bellingham. Senior  Class president; ICC,  president; Pi Kappa  Delta,
president;  Western Players,  president; WUS;  Norsemen.  John Gunderson 
Seattle. Epsilon Pi  Tau, treasurer; IA  Club, vice-president;  Kappa Delta
Pi;  Norsemen.  James Hall  Sedro Woolley. W  Club, president, sec-retary, 
treasurer;  Blanket Award; track; Ski Club; ICC;  ASB committee; 
intramural sports;  Norsemen; Home-coming  skits.  Janet Hall Olympia.
Band;  WRA; Rheba D.  Nickerson Club,  president; AWS.  Joanne Engle 
Coupeville. AWS. Darrell Fairchild  Port Angeles. Norse-men.  Jack Fix 
Longview.  men.  Norse-  Keith Fletcher  San Diego, Califor-nia.  Norsemen;
ACE.  Laura Galley  Lynden. AWS; Val-kyrie;  yell leader.  Arlene Gannon 
Everett. AWS; ASB  elections chairman,  FTA; ACE.  Ruben Gonzales 
Ferndale. Norsemen.  Dale Grim   Bellingham. Norse-men.  Gail Gustafson 
Seattle. Valkyrie; Pi  Kappa Delta; Kap-pa  Delta Pi; Klip-sun Business
man-ager;  AWS.  Ted Hagen  Bellevue. Pi Kappa  Delta; Western  Players,
treasurer;  Choir; Glee Club;  A L committee;  Senior Planning  Board. 
Sandra Hall  Edmonds. Valkyrie;  Student Facilities  committee; Critics 
Club; FTA; band;  orchestra; AWS.  Peter Hallson  Blaine. Norsemen; Science
Club.

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Jack Halstead  Port Angeles. IA  Club; intramural  sports; Norsemen.  Alan
Hansen  Kelso. Epsilon Pi Tau; Norsemen; IA  Club.  Betty Harvey  Lynden.
AWS.  William Hatch  Nashville, Tennes-see. Norsemen.  Ivan Hickenbottom 
Enumclaw. BOC;  Freshmen Class pres-ident;  band; Norse-men;  FTA; Camera 
Club.  William Hill  Longview. Norse-men;  sports.  Barbara Holmstrom 
Everett. Square  Dance Club; AWS;  Drama productions.  Carol Holstine 
Bellingham. Val-kyrie;  USCF; AWS;  Kappa Delta Pi. Barbara Hose  Kelso.
FTA; ACE;  WRA; AWS.  Richard Hubber  Black Diamond.  Norsemen; intramur-al
 sports.  Georgia Irish  Bellingham. Colhe-con;  WRA; ACE.  Darlene
Isaacson  Seattle. AWS; civic  and string orchestra.  Marylyn Hansen 
Kelso. AWS; WRA;  Science Club.  Marilyn Hart  Arlington.  ACE; AWS.  FTA; 
Patricia Hauser  Bellingham. Off-campus  Women,  treasurer; AWS.  Jackie
Henry Aberdeen. AWS.  Dean Hillhouse  Everett. Kappa Del-ta  Pi; Norsemen. 
Sally Hinze  Bremerton. AWS. Henry Hopf  Cincinnati, Ohio.  German Club;
FTA;  Kappa Delta Pi;  CSO; Norsemen.  Grace Hopkins Lake Stevens. WRA; 
Blue Barnacles; Col-hecon;  AWS.  David Ibea  Los Angeles, Califor-nia. 
Tennis; Drama;  A WS Tolo King;  Intramural sports;  Norsemen.  Patrick
Ingersoll  Seattle. Norsemen.  Lynne Jameson  Everett. AWS.  Ronald Janke 
Monroe. Norsemen.

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Sybil Jenson  LaConner. A,WS;  FTA.  Janet Johnson  Burlington. AWS; 
Science Club.  Carol Kendrick Lynden. FTA; Col-hecon;  AWS.  William
Kendrick  Longview. FTA;  track; Kappa Delta  Pi; Norsemen. William Knoack 
Lynden. Norsemen.  Elaine Knudsen  Lynden. AWS coun-cil;  Klipsun staff; 
Valkyrie. Harold Krislock  Bozeman, Montana.  Norsemen.  Eugene Langill 
Bellingham. Choir;  quartet; operas; Glee Club; Vocol-legians;  intramural 
sports; Senior Plan-ning  Board; A L  committee; Foren-sics; stage crew. 
Carl Linde  Seattle. W Club;  track; Senior Plan-ning  Board; Co-op- 
Lounge committee; Science Club.  Janet Linde  Everson. AWS sec-retary; 
Valkyrie;  Colhecon.  Ray Lowrie  Bainbridge Island.  Norsemen.  Maureen
Ludwig  Aberdeen. Kappa  Delta Pi; AWS.  Norman Keck  Everett. Norsemen. 
Donita Keim  Wenatchee. ACE;  FTA; WRA; AWS.  Gordon Kimball  Everett.
Norsemen; intramural sports;  elections committee.  Billie King  Camas. WR
A;  Rheba D. Nickerson  Club; AWS. Gary Kohlwes  Langley. Norsemen.  James
Kreiss  Seattle. FTA, treas-urer;  Norsemen, vice-president; Western 
Players; intramural  sports; Twelfth  Night.  Marilyn Leggett  Chehalis.
AWS;  Camera Club. Stanley Lilian  Olympia. Scholar-ship  Society,
presi-ident;  Epsilon Pi  Tau; FTA; Camera  Club; IA Club,  vice-president;
 Alpha  Rho Tau; Writer,  Editor; Press Club;  ASB Publicity com-mittee. 
John Lipe Lanagan, Missouri.  Norsemen.  Hans Lorentzen  Aberdeen. Glee
Club;  Choir; swimming  team. Raymond MacDermott  Wilkes-Barre,
Penn-sylvania.  Norsemen.  Maurice Maeirt  Bremerton. Norse- men.  152

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Bette Mafli  Concrete. Camera  Club, secretary-treasurer;  A C E;  AWS. 
Judy Magelssen  Wapato. A W  S;  band; orchestra.  Steven Mark  Tacoma.
Young Re-publicans  Club, vice-president;  Norse-men. Gerald McElholm 
Bellingham. Norse-men.  Robert Mitchell  Oakville. Norsemen.  Kenneth
Moffett  Sedro  Woolley. FTA;  W Club; intramural  sports; Lettermen, 
tennis, swimming;  Athletic committee, chairman; BOC;  Who's Who; ASB 
president; Pi Kappa  Delta; Election com-mittee.  James Morse Edison.
Norsemen.  Nancy Motomatsu  Olympia. FTA; Kap-pa  Delta Pi, secre-tary; 
Valkyrie.  Robert Nanney  Kelso. FTA; band;  swim team; Science  Club;
Sophomore  Class president; or-chestra;  choir, in-tramural  sports. 
Shirley Neble  Sedro Woolley.  Square   Circle  Club; FTA; WRA.  Peter
Newell Seattle. Norsemen.  Gregory Newgard  Everett. Norsemen.  Margy Mann 
Longview. FTA;  ACE; Colhecon;  AWS.  John Mariotti  Enumclaw. Norse-men; 
football.  Patrick McGreevy  Oak Harbor. Kappa   Delta Pi; Norsemen. 
Forrest McKelvy  Globe, Arizona.  Norsemen.  Margaret Moore  Clear Lake.
AWS.   Wallace Morita  Honolulu, Hawaii.  Norsemen.  William Murphy 
Blaine. Norsemen.  Nancy Murray South Bend. AWS.  Charles Nelson 
Vancouver. FTA;  choir; IVCF; Norse-men.  Shirley Nelson Bellingham. IVCF; 
AWS.  Mary Noble  Seattle. Colhecon  Club; Ushers; FTA;  AWS.  Richard
O'Brien Arlington, Mass.  Norsemen; USCF.  153

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Donald O'Dell  East Sound. Foot-ball;  W Club; JV  Basketball; Norse-men. 
Rosemarie Oldow  Sedro Woolley. BOC;  Valkyrie; AWS;  Who's Who.  Gary
Patrick  Bellingham. Norse-men.  Robert Payne Everett. Kappa Del-ta  Pi;
Norsemen.  Kathryn Person  Tacoma. Band;  FTA; AWS.  Margaret Peterson Oak
Harbor. FTA;  ACE; Usher's Club;  Choir; Alpha Rho  Tau; Vikordettes;  AWS.
 Gary Radliff Enumclaw. Basket-ball;  W Club, vice-president;  Norsemen. 
Valerie Radliff  Seattle. Jr. Prom  Princess; Helms-men;  AWS.  Bruce
Randall  Carlsborg. Norse-men;  Athletic Com-mittee;  World Un-iversity
Service;  Who's Who; W Club.  Kathryn Raper  Bellingham. Wom-en's  Glee;
ACE;  FTA.  Ivalee Rensink  Darrington. FTA;  AWS.  Jack Richardson 
Seattle. Norsemen.  Nanette Otness  Lake Grove, Oregon;  A  WS, Treasurer; 
FTA; Dance Club.  Marilyn Padden  Seattle. AWS.  Robert Pearce  Ontario,
Oregon. Collegian, Business  Manager; Intramur-als;  Norsemen.  James
Peninger  Louisville,  Norsemen.  Ky. Larry Price  Raymond. Band;  Men's
Glee Club;  FTA; Dance Band;  Norsemen.  Velma Price  Ketchikan,  Alaska. 
FTA.  Robert Rainwater  Monroe. Track;  Norsemen.  Gerald Ramey  Seattle.
Varsity  Football; IVCF;  Norsemen.  Porta Reid  Bellingham. AWS.  William
Reinard  Stanwood. Helms-men;  Norsemen. James Rick  Seattle. Norsemen. 
Marilyn Rinta  Marysville. Valkyrie;  AWS.  154

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Donald Rogers  Aberdeen. Norse-men;  Industrial Arts  Club; .FTA; Epsilon 
Pi Tau.  Sheila Rogers Aberdeen. ASB  Comm.; AWS.  Robert Rowe  Nooksack.
Norse-men.  Frank Russell  Orcas. FTA; Intra- mural  sports; Norse-men. 
Lucile Schell  Sedro Woolley. Pep  Club, Valkyrie, sec-retary;  Sophomore
Class Secretary;  Homecoming Prin-cess;  Senior Planning  Board; ASB
Com-mittee;  Commence-ment Usher.  Lou Ann Sauers  Longview. AWS.  Albert
Schireman  Seattle. Norsemen.  Frances Schroeder Mt. Vernon. AWS.  Gail
Smith  Everett. ACE; Col-hecon  Club; FTA;  AWS.  Karen Smith  Seattle.
AWS;  FTA.  Shirley Smutz  Longview. Choir.  Vocollegians, Girls  Glee;
Vikordettes;  AWS.  Verne Smutz Kelso. Basketball;  Kappa Delta Pi; 
Norsemen.  William Rogers  Aberdeen. ASB  Committee; Norse- men.  Charlotte
Rolie  Seattle. Song Lead-er;  Homecoming  Princess; Class Vice- 
President; Helms- men,  Secretary; Val-kyrie,  Treasurer;  Who's Who; Co- 
Chairman of SSI;  Chairman of Junior  Prom. Lynda Samuelson  Bellingham.
Senior  Planning Board; Stu-dent  Union Comm.;  Scholarship Society; Who's
Who; AWS  Vice-President.  Richard Santini  Medford, Mass. In-tramural 
Sports;  Norsemen. John Schermerhorn  Bellingham. Debate;  Choir; Band;
Opera;  Western Players;  Forensic; Quartette. Nadine Schilling  Everett.
AWS Pres-ident;  Klipsun Edi-tor;  BOC; Who's  Who; Senior Plan-ning 
Board;  Class  Secretary; Valkyrie;  FTA.  Dan Scribner  Port Orchard.
Band;  Choir; Orchestra;  Square and Circle  Club; Swim Team.  Harold
Slocum  Everett. Norsemen.  Leonard Smith  Chehalis.  Norsemen. ACE; 
Richard Smith  Bellingham. Indus-trial  Arts Club;  Norsemen.  Grace Sooter
 Seattle. FTA; Col- hecon  Club; AWS.  Patricia Staggs  Bellingham.
Colhe-con  Club; USCF;  AWS Commission.

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Harley Stafford  Brule, Nebraska.  Norsemen.  Virginia Sullivan 
Bellingham. AWS.  Edward Swan  Hoquia  m. FTA;  Camera Club; Norse-men. 
Richard Schwartz  Norsemen.  Demeke Tekle-Wold  Addis Ababa, Ethi-opia. 
Industrial Arts  Club; Epsilon Pi  Tau; Norsemen.  Catharine Thomas 
Burlington. FTA;  AWS. George Turner  Bellingham. Norse-men.  Stanley Unger
 Selma, California.  FTA; ACE; Norse-men.  Ethel  Van Zanten  Bellingham.
Band;  Choir; AWS.  Dorothea Wagner  Elma. WRA; FTA;  Rheba D. Nicker- son 
Club; Kappa  Delta Pi.  Jack Westrick  Longview. Indus-trial  Art Club;
Ep-silon  Pi Tau, Presi-dent; Intramural  Sports.  Denny White  Vashon.
BOC; Kap-pa  Delta Pi, Treas-urer;  Norsemen.  Donald Summers  Bremerton.
Indus-trial  Arts Club; In-tramural  Sports;  Norsemen.  Donald Sundquist
Hoquiam. Opera;  Choir; Quartette;  Norsemen.  Rosalee Swedberg  Edmonds.
Valkyrie;  Kappa Delta Pi;   Who's Who; Blue  Barnacles; ASB  Committee;
AWS.  Ray Taylor  Bellingham. Norse-men.  George Thompson  Burlington. 
trial Arts  West Vets  Norsemen.  Indus-  Club;  Club;  Melvin Torseth  Mt.
Vernon. Norse-men.  Joyce Uskoski  Battle Ground. AWS  Commission; Who's 
Who; WRA.  Mary Van Kannel  Seattle. ACE; Alpha  Rho Tau; AWS.  Jo Ann
Walston  AWS.  Donald Weisel  Hoquiam. Norse- men.  Myrnalee Winklesky 
Marysville. Choir;  AWS.  Margie Wilbur  Pasco. AWS.

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Seniors Not Pictured  Gene Aarstol  James Albrecht  Harry Ayers  Kenneth
Bale  Hazel Bell  James Betterley  Thomas Bettis  Virginia Betts  Leone
Bishop  William Brannian  William Brumsickle  Doris Bundy  Robert Calvert 
Gwenyth Campbell  John Claus  Johnn Clearbrook  Barbara Crandall  William
Darkow  Melvin DeGraaff  Roland DeKoster  Lawrence Demmert  Richard
Dickerboom  Richard Dixon Jack Donaldson  David Durand  James Eaton  Donald
Fosso  Lois Freeman  John Freyman  Don Gardner  Al Hagglund  Patrick
Hollingsworth  James Hanna  Willis Harmala  Joyce Harris  Shirley
Hauenstein George Higley  Raymond Hoff  Gaye Hollingsworth  Ray Howard 
Maryalice Hunt  Suzie Jacobsen  Anita Jahn  Richard Jetinek  Gordon Johnson
 Howard Johnson  Jerry Johnson  Robert Johnson  W. M. Jolley Larry Jones 
Ray Karwacki  James Kennett  H. M. Kilpatrick  Gerald Kluth  Floyd LaCroix 
Walter La Due   Fred LaFreniere  Robert Ledford  Lawrence Linn  James
Lumley  Bruce MacGregor  Marcia Marr  Dale Martin  Don McFarland  B. J.
McGuinness  Frank Mindus  Paul Mueller  Don Murphie  Don Myers  Art Nelson 
Dolaine Nelson  Oryn Ness  Jerry Nolan  Katherine Nystrom  Allen Odell 
Clarence Pangle  Irene Parr  Pat Petty  Dan Pickens  Robert Post  Theodore
Pumphrey  Edward Rosi  DeForrest Russell  Gary Sambila  Donald Schroedl 
Barbara Schroer  Diane Seeley  Robert Shaw  Phyllis Sleeth  Robert Smelling
  Ralph Squillace  Donald Stribling  Donna Sullivan  Mary Taylor  Raymond
Turner  W. F. Trunkey Charles Tutton  Ronald Weeks  Richard Weinbrecht 
Clarence Youngberg  Gordon Wilson  Bothell. Norsemen.  Mitsu Yonekawa 
Wapato. Valkyrie;  WRA; AWS.  Albert Zabel  Bellingham. Choir;  Glee Club;
Norse-men.  Jerolynn Zion  Longview. ICC;  ACE; AWS.  Temsiri Punyasingh 
Thailand. Graduate Student.  Mohammed Usman  India. Graduate  Student. 
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Who's Who  Twenty-eight students were chosen this year to  epresent Western
in "Who's Who Among Students  n American Colleges and Universities," which
con-  ;ains biographies of outstanding American stu-lents.  Students are
chosen on basis of scholarship,  eadership and participation in
extra-curricular and  Lcademic activities, service to the school and
prom-se  of future furthering of business and society. This year those
honored were: Back row: Denny White, senior;  Don Six, junior; Bill Elwood,
senior; Dave Van Bronkhorst, jun-ior;  Jim Kreiss, senior; Al Gunderson,
senior. Second row: Jim  Hamilton, junior; Shirley Widner, junior; Phyllis
Bower, junior;  Suzie Jacobsen, senior; Joyce Wold, senior; Carol Holstine,
 sen-ior;  Lenko Gazija, senior. Front row: Charlotte Rolie, senior; Lynda 
Samuelson, senior; Barrie Brownell, junior; Carolyn Brewer, sen-ior; 
Nadine Schilling, senior; Rosalee Swedberg, senior. Those not  pictured
are: Joel Carlson, senior; Ken Moffett, senior; Jim Han-na,  senior; Larry
Richardson, senior; Joyce Uskoski, senior; Shar-on  Andreasen, junior;
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Junior Class  Finally upperclassmen, the busy Junior class some-times 
wondered if they would ever make it. Once  there, however, they had many
activities to keep  them moving. "One Thousand and One Nights"  was the
Arabian theme of the Junior Prom held  Winter quarter. Working towards its
success was  Walt Kauzlarich, president; Kitty Stole, secretary-treasurer; 
and Tom Romerdahl, vice-president. Other activities of this busy class were
a Homecom-ing  display, a record raffle for the WUS drive and  a successful
mixer during Spring Quarter.  Dave Albright  Robert Allen  Marilyn Almgren 
Shirley Ambers Charlene Anderson  Sharon Andreasen  Chloe Arbogast  Lee
Arey  Norma Ashby  Clyde Baker  Reita Barge  David Bargelt  Robert Barker 
George Barney  Charles Berets  Barbara Berg  Joan Berg  Tom Bjelland 
Patricia Brown  Barrie Brownell  Annette Campbell  Franklin Carlson 
Carroll Clark  Mike Clark Mary Ann Coffee  Douglas Cole  Roberta Cole 
William Cox  Joan Cox  Jocelyn Donald  Jack Donald Delano Dudacek  159

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Gail Galbraith  LeRoy Galley  Kathleen Garrett  Patrick Gerspacher 
Virginia Gilson Barbara Greer  John Ginder Eleanor Guerin  Mary Anne Gordon
Donald Gunderson  Joe Gossack Adelaide Hajduk  James Hamilton  John Harding
 Jay Hatch  Keith Haun  Vernon Havens  Ruth Haynes  Hazel Heather  Gerald
Hedlund  Paula Hibi  Joan Hilliker  Curtis Horne  Virginia Hutchison  Carol
Isham  Elsie Jacobson  Carol Jensen  Gordon Johnson  CATCHING UP on last
night's sleep and today's Collegian  are two Western students as they put
to use those few min-utes  before class begins.  160  Dave Durand  Dale
Elliot Frieda Failor  Ingeleiv Foss

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DON LOOK AND GRACE PODRATZ appear to be en-joying  the music of the dance
band at the stocking  dance  in the AM Building.  Marilyn Johnson  Carolyn
Kallgren  Walter Kauzlarich  James Kelly  Janice Kleinsorge  Richard
Kolkana  Thomas Lampman  David Langley  Leslie Larson  Donald Look  Horace
Ludwig  Donald Lytton  Jon MacKinnon  Janice Maddox  Rita Mahn  Kenneth
Merager  Janet Matthews Betty Maxim  Wally May  Barbara McCormick  Larry
McDonald Sandra Meyers Carolyn Munch  Duane McNary Suzanne Morrical William
Muscutt  Joan McQuigg Karen Moskeland Celia Nelson  Lawrence Meyer E.S.
Mudgett Sally Nelson  161

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Jeanie Njos  Arnold Nordquist  Robert Oberg  Harold Odeguard  Dennis
Oelrich  Richard Oertli  Marilyn Ogdon  Betty Olson  Myrna Olson  Leo
Ostling  Clarence Pangler  Marilyn Peoples  Leonard Pierce Katherine
Podratz  Shelby Price  William Reid  Jo Resteigen  Joan Richards  Joann
Rozman  Delores Schindele  Duane Schryuer  Robert Scruggs  Donald Six 
Hunter Shallis  Brian Smith  Dallas Smith David Smith  Douglas Smith  Janet
Soine  RoseAnn Southern  Lynette Stilwell  Kathryn Stole  THE EPITOME OF
the industrious student is illustrated  here by two Highland Hall men, Dale
Steele and Stan  Pownell.

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FORM FILLING out seems to be a characteristic of any  meeting of minds as
students here are doing at the Student  Government Conference at Black
Mountain Lodge during  fall quarter.  Fred Strom  Chuck Stutz  Jerry
Sullivan  Marilyn Taylor  Janice Thompson  John Tiland  Clifford Torset 
Molly Torticil LelaMae Trucker  Roger Trucker  Dean Turnbull  Richard
VanDemark  Eugene Van Zanten Donald Wells Darryl Waugaman Arlene Werson 
Gerald Waterbury Shirley Widner  Mildred Weikert  Doyle Winter Leroy
Wissinger  Kenneth White  Nancy White Sandra Yotsko  Jack Woodcock Larry
Young  Ernest Woodfield Shirley Ziegler  163

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Sophomore Class  Now well-initiated and acquainted with college  life and
classes, the Sophomores settled back to  take things a little easy. They
soon found it was-n't  going to last. Copping first prize for their 
Homecoming Float, and a display and skit kept  the whole class busy.
Officers were Kirby Cleve- land,  president; Marion Kemp,
secretary-treasur-er;  and Trevor Barrett, vice-president. For the  WUS
drive, they sponsored a cider sale and Mile  of Pennies. They also back
mixers both Winter  and Spring Quarters.  Nancy Anderson  Yvonne Anderson 
Ella Awa  David Bailey  Elinor Bailey  Jay Baker  Trevor Barrett  Amelia
Bellotti  Barbara Bender  Barby Berry  Barbara Bos  Farolyn Bray  Helen
Bresnahan Marilyn Brossard  Bill Brotten  Lois Brozovich  Frances Brunie 
Paul Carson  Sally Cays  Yvonne Clarke Kirby Cleveland  Virgil Cleveland 
Jule Crabtree  Beverly Cramer  Betty Acheson  Patrick Adams  Sandra Adams 
Ruth Addie  Arlene Allen  Barbara Ames  Dave Amos  Jean Anders6n  164

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PREVIEW--Bob Neisinger adjusts the letters on the  Artists   Lecturers
signboard announcing the next of  the  series.  Carol Cyrus  Caroline
Darkow  Fred Davis  Sandra Dexter  Roger Donnelly  Clark Eaton Betty
Engelson  Mary Lu Engum  Sharene Ernst  Barbara Etherton  Yvonne Evans 
Audrey Everall Geraldine  Fagerstrom  Joyce Fairfield  Barbara Fay  Marilyn
Frans  Betty Franz  Bill Freeborn  Lawrence Freshley  Donald Gangnes  Stan
Garland  Gail Garrard  Gail Gentala  Priscilla Genther  Gerri Gross David
Gunderson  James Hamilton  Jean Hansen  Marvin Harris  Jane Haugen  Joan
Hendrickson  Gayle Hill  165

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SEATED ON THE FLOOR are the dancers at the  annual Barn Dance listening to
Elsie Jacobson lead the Senior Hall Girls in singing about their
esca-pades.  In the straw-filled Rec Hall, blue jeans and  shirts were a
welcome change of attire.  Nancy Hilton  Phyllis Hirni  James Hodgson 
Geraldine Hoff  Bob Hostetter  Lois Hungerford  Thor Johnson  Elisabeth
Jones  Marilyn Jackson Allen Jung  Ellene Johnson June Kellogg  Marion Kemp
 Peggy Knudsen  Harlan Knudson  David Kraft  Carolyn Kyle Carl Lind  Jack
Larson Kenneth Lisk  Ardith Lein Eleanor Lobdell  Beverly Leque Barbara
MacPhail  Sue Malernee Nancy Martin  Larry McCord  Jeanne McCormick 
Kenneth  McCullough  Laura McDonald  Sharon McDonald  David McFadden  166

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Dennis McHugo  Geri McNutt  Mary Ellen McRae  Grace Meikle  Ed Melbourne 
Penny Milan  Betty Mock  Lyle Mooney  Naomi Mooney  George Moore  Marilou
Mouncer  Darrow Nelson  Eveline Nelson Ervin Njos  Pat Northup  Donna
Nugent  Laura O'Conner  Larry Olson  Juanita Osborn  John Ostergard
Marjorie Owen  Eleanor Perkins  Judy Perry  Gary Phillips  Florence Pownall
 Jack Rabourn  Gwen Raby  Karen Roberts  Elmira Rockey  Conny Sargent 
Janet Sarles  Arlene Satterlee  A REAL SCRAMBLE occurs every Friday in the
main  hall of Old Main as the weekly issue of the Collegian comes  out for
all students to enjoy. "Read all about it!"  167

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CHOOSING A VALENTINE for friends and relatives is  a major problem around
February 13, and these students  are really concentrating on just that! 
Nancy Shields  Douglas Shepard  Shirlene Simpson  Jon Smiley  Marci Snider 
Lois Souda  Jon Speck  Dale Steele  James Stow  Janice Swanson  Eva Jane
Sweet  Ann Teschner  Marilyn Thatcher  Carolyn Thompson  Ron Thompson 
Nancy Tolsma  Judy Trinneer  Gail Tuininga  Sally Jo Van Bevers  Marveen
Wall  Alan White  Martha Whitney  Donald Williams  Paul Willison  Peggy
Witte  Roberta Zatarain  168

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Freshman Class  The largest class on campus, besides being the  newest, the
Frosh had good reason for  their en-thusiasm  and energy. Under the
leadership of  Chris Vall-Spinosa, vice-president; Judy Schurr, secretary,
and Don Oliver, president, they began  their yearly activities by planning
the Homecom-ing Bonfire, presenting a "deep sea" window dis-play,  and
entering a float in the parade. The Frosh  aided the  WUS drive by
sponsoring a "Mile of  Pennies" down the main hall in Old Main thus  making
their first profit. To end the year the  Freshman Class Dance was held in
Spring Quarter.  Charlene Abraham  Bruce  Anderson  Karen Anderson  Carl
Andreas  Ronald Arntzen  Linda Arrington  Donald Bagley  Chester Baker 
William Barnes  Robert Barnes  Betty Barr  Carol Behrens  Ida Rae Bellingar
 Sharon Bellows Carl Beyer  Sharon  Blechschmidt  Sara Booman  Lois Botting
 Thomas Brady  Richard Bray  Mary Jo Breathour  Beverly Briggs  Walter
Brown  Jo Bryson  Helen Burgess  Margery Campbell  Charles Cohoe Douglas
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POPULAR NEW ADDITION to Western was  the College Dance Band. Besides
performing at  the college  functions, the band played at the  Holiday on
numerous occasions.  Bonnie Cederblom  Jacklyn Chandler  Marie Chivers 
Marjorie Collins  Carol Cone  Diane Cook  Gail Cooper  Lewis Curran  Carol
DeChant  Rosalie DeMatis  Duane DeVries  Kathryn Davis  Sharon Denny  Karen
Derrick  Agnes Dixon Bernard Durnan  Virginia Eacrett  Michael Eads 
Michael Edens  Marlene Edghill  Edward Elm  Robert Eiene  Nancy English 
Jean Ensman  Helen Erdman  Karen Erickson  Lorene Erickson  Jacqueline
Errington  Bettyann Fabish  Jean Fawcett  Marie Field  Carol Firkins  171

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Dennis Fish  Rodney Flakus  Joe Fosnick  Sheila Fox  Jan Frame  William
Frazier  Ruth Friend Katherine Frizzell  Connie Galvagno Heather Green 
Paula Giles Charles Griffith  Joyce Grage Delores Grinton  Roger Granger
Sandra Grocott  Edward Gutkowski  Nadine Haggen  Robert Hall  Ken Hamstra
Mary Hantelmann  Karen Hartzell  Royal Haslam  Tom Hazen  Don Hedstrom 
Susan Heppenstall  Janet Hoidal  Tena Hoksbergen  Frances Honsowetz  Jean
Howser  Richard Huff  Babette Jewell  HARD AT WORK are these Western
artists in a sculptur-ing  class, one of the many art courses offered. 
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DOIN' WHAT COMES NATURALLY! is exactly what  comedians Jim Wilson and
Karolyn Knutsen are doing at  this ASB assembly.  Alan Jones  Barbara
Johnson  Carolyn Johnson  Janice Johnson  Nancy Johnson  Patricia Johnson 
Kay Jones  Catherine Jordan  Joann Judson  Regina Juvet  Shirley Kelley
Carol Kendall  Edward Kennett  Esther Kerr  Joanne King  Mariann Kinne 
Sherian Klimek  Darel Knight Lynn Knowles  Sharon Koivisto  Gerald Koll 
Beverly Koons  Jim Langford  Jean Larson  David Laster Gordon Lee  Anna
Lekanof  Anne Lian  Marcia Lindberg  John Lind  June Linrud  Margit Loser 
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Jan Lucker  Linda Lundberg  Don Lutz  Anne MacDonald  Marlene Machleid
Glendine Manka  Kaye Macomber Colleen Martz  Stephan Mallahan Hiroko
Matsumoto  Shirley Malleck Louie McCord  Delayne McDanold  Wally McGreen 
Jane McIvor  Molly McKee  Larry McKillip  Jess McKinney  Dorothy McKinnie 
Charles Melton  Ruby Menzony  Darrell Miller  Faye Miller  Kathleen Millman
 Martha Minkema   Colleen Moors  John Munn  Barbara Moreau  Jeannette
Mueller  Bruce Munro  Lee Myers  Robert Nash  ONE, PLEASE-In among the
election posters is the Jun-ior  Prom stand where Westernites line up to
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WELL KNOWN around campus are these four faculty  members who seem to be
fulfilling a singing engagement at  the moment. The quartet consists of Dr.
Radke, Dr. Mur-ray,  Dean McDonald, and Mr. (Shorty) Thompson.  Sally
Newenhof  Harriet Nielsen  Margaret Nordin  Ann Norman  Gary Norman  Scott 
Notar  Jerry Nunamaker  Jim Nunamaker  Clarice Nyhus  Bonita Orbeck  Marc
Olsen  Florence Palmer Nancy Parker  Lee Ellen Pederson  Jewel Peterson 
Neil Pfundt  Myo Pickens Charles Prather Jerry Reimer  Clara Plummer Gerald
Probst Rosalie Reinland  Elta Podratz Bietta Purvis Frances Renlie  Stan
Pownall Loretta Raub MaryPat Ren  Gary Reul  Norma Rice  Arlene Richins 
Gary Roberts  175

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Elaine Robinson Judy Schurr  Jean Rogers Jack Scruggs  Gary Rollins Joy
Sherman  Clifford Salisbury Elsie Shindler  Lorraine Sieber  Phyllis Sierra
 Laura Silven  Jane Ann Sivertson  Robert Skoor  Jay Smith   Ann Solland 
Dixie Spaan  Diana Stevenson  Mary Stremler  Mary Sugawara  Sally Sundean 
Virginia Tatro  Gary Tenio  Sharon Terrace  Carol Theiss  William Thompson 
Tom Thompson  Jolene Tisso  Carl Toney  Sharon Toney  Dorothy Tonstad 
Jerry Torgerson  June Tuor  A MUCH NEEDED BREAK comes as Gail Tuininga 
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VOTE HERE TODAY! Part of the vigorous get-out-to-vote  campaign-this sheet
stretched across the entrance  to Old Main.  Kay Turner Harlene Underwood
David Walker  Richard Umphlette Vicki Vallen Jean Wallace  Terrence Unger 
Jim Wallace  Joanne Walston  Michael Ward  Kathleen Willey  Kay Wilson  Pat
Wilson  Ben Woobank  Phoebe Young  Clark Zehnder  Kay Zender  177

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SIDE BY SIDE are Marion Kemp, art  editor, and Molly McKee, copy editor, 
both very busy trying to meet the  deadlines.  DEADLINE TUESDAY! There
always seemed to be one right  ahead of the staff members who worked so
hard trying to meet  them. They are (standing) Mary Chin, Marilyn Thatcher,
Yvonne Clark, Grace Meikle; (seated) Molly McKee, Elta Pod-ratz,  Marion
Kemp, Trula Wright and Alice Chin.  GOOD PICTURES make a yearbook and
Klipsun  photographers Chuck Berets, Chuck Stutz (left)  and Allen Hart,
Floyd Jonak (right), put in  much time and effort in order to get pictures 
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Klipsun  What goes into making a good yearbook? Mem-bers  of the staff now
look back on the many hours spent in Room 128 and see that all the time 
spent burning the lights in the evening, arguing  with the editors, and
harassing the photographers  has at last paid off.  Calling the printer,
locating a photographer for  a last minute picture, making appointments
were  just a small part of the job Editor Phyllis Hirni  had to do.
Associate Editor Fran Brunie looks  back with much relief mixed with
nostalgia now  that her job has been completed, remembering  consultations
with printers, financial reports, and  as  a final job, distributing the
book.  Aside from the serious aspect of the work, the  staff remembers the
lighter side, too, the bull ses-sions  which were as much a part of being
on the  Klipsun as the actual work was.  Members will agree that they
certainly are glad  to be done with the book but feel that part of
themselves has been left in Room 128. RELAXING A MOMENT in the sunshine are
 Editor Phyllis Hirni and Associate Editor Fran-ces  Brunie, who found that
the job of editing an  annual was that of many jobs  rolled into one.  A
NECESSARY PERSON on the Klipsun staff  was James Bliss who did a very
efficient job of  advising.  TALKING OVER layout problems are section
editors Trula  Wright, Marilyn Thatcher and Yvonne Clark.  185..

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Time Out For Laughs  Free as the breeze and ready for a good time, the 
somewhat book-worn students of WWCE found  time to escape from the daily
routine to join in  the fun of Campus Day, under the chairmanship  of Tom
Romerdahl. Whatcom Falls Park was  chosen as the site and the only
requirements were  an enormous appetite and an abundance of energy.  After
a day of pop guzzling, skits, a baseball  game (won by the faculty), and
general festivity,  the spotlight focused on the gym which had been 
transposed into a balloon ballroom-the end to a  perfect day that had begun
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WHO IS THE REAL ONE? Which messenger is really Sebastian poses quite a
problem  when both he and Viola appear at the same time. The whole cast
looks on perplexed as the  twins begin to ask each other questions. 
Twelfth Night Two elements, love and comedy, are supplied by  the
characters of this Shakesperian play. When  Viola (Kathy Garrett),
disguised as a messenger,  becomes the recipient of Countess Olivia's
(Bette  Reed) affections, her twin brother appears unex-pectedly  to take
over. The Duke  Orsino (Al Gun-derson),  upon discovering his messenger boy
is a  young woman, decides Viola will make a better  wife than servant. For
comedy, Malvolio (Don  Stribling), the Countess' nasty steward, manages  to
turn several servants against him. They in turn  manage to make life
nothing but trouble for him.  Others in the case were: Sir Toby Belch,
Robert  Dunlap; Andrew Aquecheek, Chuck Dennis; Maria, Sharon Andreasen;
Feste, Allan Mathie-son;  Fabian, Bill Elwood; and Sea Captain, Bob 
Hansen.   POOR MALVOLIO is again being taunted by  Maria, Sir Andrew,
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Class Day .. .  With the traditional Class Day, the Seniors celebrated  the
grand climax. At the assembly Karen Roberts  received the Freshmen Cup for
scholarship, topping  her class with a 4.0 average. Graduates and faculty,
in cap and gown, appeared in  front of Old Main where Chuck Dennis read "An
Old   Man's Thoughts of School," and the group sang Auld  Lang Syne. As a
last reminder of the '56 class, the  Seniors left behind their name cards
under a stone  on Memory Walk.  Then Graduation  Putting on the final
touches to four years of col-lege  are 274 graduates who strolled down
Memory  Walk on the last  few steps of their long journey.  Receiving their
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of  Arts in Education the graduates bid a fond
fare-well  to Western's campus and its faculty.  The commencement address
was given by Harold  S. Shefelman, prominent Seattle lawyer and mem-ber  of
the Washington State Board of Education.  PLACING NAME CARDS in Memory Walk
is done by the  graduating Seniors while (above) Seniors relax in front of
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Summer Term--Sunshine, picnics, hikes and-classes  Lazy summer days of warm
sunshine and soft breezes promote more than  the routine quarter activities
for the college summer-schooler. The recrea-tion   schedule was overflowing
with cruises to the San Juan Islands, hikes,  a trip to Heather Meadows and
the annual salmon barbecue.  On campus many new ideas and accomplishments
were introduced. The latest men's dorm was christened Highland Hall and
made ready for the  "size 12's" that would soon occupy the hall come
September. For the first  time due to a faculty action, an Honor Roll was
made public. The teachers  coming back for the summer session were treated
to a display of free and inexpensive teaching aids. Pianists and a tenor
from the San Francisco Opera  Company fulfilled the Artists and Lecturers
series expectations.  Work as well as play was accomplished as 182 degrees
were issued at the end  of the quarter.  190

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Silvery bay and a glorious Northwest sunset  ... the water touched with
golden tongues of  flame ... still and serene. The cry of a lone  gull and
the beat of waves on rocks below ...  sea and sand and low-voiced
conversation. The  water swallows a ripe sun . . . pink and gold  and gray
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Acknowledgements  At long last the book is done and with it go many
memories and much grati-tude and thanks to all those who helped make it
possible ...  ... to Associate Editor Fran Brunie who spent so many hours
on the phone  and in distributing the finished book ...  . . to Chuck
Berets, Floyd Jonak, Allen  Hart, dependable photographers for  the time
spent and "guff" taken while shooting clubs, sports, houses, and  other
routine pictures ...  ... to Chuck Stutz, the photographer who filled in
and worked so long over-time  towards the last to meet the deadline ... 
... to art editor Marion Kemp who created all the artwork and color
effects...  ... to Yvonne Clark, my Spring section editor and selected
staff member of the year...  ... to my other section editors, Marilyn
Thatcher and Trula Wright, with  pencil and identification sheets in hand
for all house and club pictures...  ... to Grace Meikle faculty editor-when
given a job needed no further in-struction  ...  ... to copy editor Molly
McKee and her helper Elta Podratz trying to think  of new ideas for copy
...  ... to Marcia Drake who wrote the copy for the opening section ...  
... to James Bliss, faculty adviser...  ... to Craftsman Press and Jim
Abbott who printed this annual and cover...  ... to Jukes Studio and Russ
Clift...  ... to Mary and Alice Chin, staff members who willingly typed
most of the  index ...  ... And finally, to the students of Western for
their cooperation and into whose lives this book enters.  Phyllis Hirni 
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A  Abelein, Dell............... 98, 99, 120, 148  Abraham, Charleen.
............. 48, 68, 170  Acheson, Betty ..................... 60, 164  A
dair, Joe..:..........................55  Adams, Sandra .................
54, 116, 164 Addie, Ruth ....................... 48, 164  Aibaugh, John
......................... 57  Albright, David ........................ 159 
Alder, Donald ......................... 170  Allen, Arlene
.................. 49, 145, 164 Allen, Robert .............. 58, 133, 134,
159  Allen, Lee ................. .......... 51  Almgren, Desta
....................... 148  Almgren, Marilyn ...... 49, 95, 105, 159, 116 
Ambers, Shirley ....................... 159 Ames, Barbara
..................... 49, 164  Amos, Dave ................ 25, 50, 105, 164
 Anasis, George. ...................... 78  Andersen, Donald
...................... 170  Anderson, Bruce.....................170
Anderson, Charlene.......... 49, 68, 116, 159  Anderson, Helen
...................... '148  Anderson, Karen ..................... 170 
Anderson, Nancy ........... 60, 76, 122, 164  Anderson, Yvonne
................. 48, 164 Andersson, Jean ................... .60, 164 
Andreas, Carl ....................... 170  Andreasen, Sharon
.................. 49, 167  Andrus, Donald ................... 148, 107 
Arbogast, Chloe ............... 65, 114 ,159 Arey, Lea
........................... 159  Arians, Art ........................... 63
 Armstrong, Jeanette ................... .148  Arnold, Howard
.................... 90, 91  Arnot, Barbara ............ .49, 104, 114, 148
 Arntzen, Ronald ...................... 170  Arrington,
Linda................... 53, 170  Ashby, Norma ................... 114, 159
 Awa, Ella ..................... 49, 114, 164  Ayers, Grace B.,
...................... 120  B  Bachman, Clarice ................... 74, 77 
Backstrom, Joan .............. 66, 114, 148  Bagley, Donald
.................... 51, 170 Bailey, Elinor ...................... 164 
Baker, Billie ....................... 65, 111  Baker, Chester
....................... 170  Baker, Clyde ......................... 159 
Baker, James ................... 140, 148  Baker, Jay
...................... 51, 164  Baldi, Jeb ............................ 137
 Baldwin, Nancy ................... 112, 148 Banks, Lois
........................... 80  Bannecker, Jack ....................... 63 
Bannerman, Clifford ................... 57  Barcott, Edward
...................... 65  Barge, Reita .................. 48, 145, 159 
Bargelt, David ....................... 159  Barker, Robert
................... .114, 159  Barnes, Robert ..................... 51, 77 
Barnes, William......... 63, 77, 112, 118, 170  Barney, George
....................... 159  Barnsness, Ronald ...................... 78 
Barr, Betty ......................... 170  Barrett, Trevor ......... .50,
90, 91, 105, 164  Barton,  Patricia ................. 114, 148  Bartruff,
Arla ........................ 80  Baty, Robert ........................ 148
Bay, Thelma .......................... 36  Beams, Ronn
.......................... 98  Beasley, William ......................  148
 Beatty, David ........................ 148  Beaty, James
......................... 148  Beck, Carol ........................... 53 
Behrens, Carol ................. 68, 76, 170  Bell, Barbara
....................... 49, 78 Bellingar, Ida Rae............ 74, 76, 77,
170  Bellos, George ........................ 74  Bellotti, Amelia ... .43,
48, 105, 112, 122, 164  Bellows, Sharon .................... 49, 170 
Bender, Bobbe ................. 48, 105, 164  Benson, Janice
...................... 44, 53  Berets, Charles ....................... 159 
Berg, Barbara ..................  48, 114, 159  Berg, James
................ 74, 77, 112, 148  Berg, Joan ....................... 122,
159  Berg, Mike ................... .... 90, 91  Berry, Barbara
................. 53, 116, 164  Berry, Joyce .......................... 120
 Berry, Ronald .................. 29, 30, 114  Betrozoff, John
............. 35, 99, 120, 148  Bettis, Tom ........................... 96 
Beukelman, Marvin ................... 148  Beyer, Carl ............
............. 170  Bianchi,  M onte ....................... 114  Biddison,
Dave ......................... 51  Bingman, John ........................
51 Bishop, Leonard ....................... 77  Bisset, Douglas
........................ 77  Bjelland, Tom ..................... 159 
Bjorgen, Shirley ................. 69, 80, 82  Blake, John
......................... 148  Blanchard, Larry ..................... 78 
Blechschmidt, Sharon .............. 49, 170  Blom, M alcolm ...........
........... 148 Bloom, Stanton ........................ 50  Boche, Ray
........................ .... 51  Boede, Fred ....................... 35,
50  Bogart, Dave ........................ 61  Booker, Guy
......................... 50  Booman, Sara ...................  112, 170 
Boroughs, Beckie ............. 112, 116, 148  Bos, Barbara.. 25, 49, 104,
105, 113, 116, 164 Bosshart, Dale ......................... 51  Botting,
Lois ............. 76, 112, 145, 170  Bottoms, James ...................
... 69  Bouverat, Roberta ................. 60, 116  Bouwman, Gracia
...................... 76 Bowden, Melvin............. 29, 31, 133, 134 
Bower, Phyllis.......... 64, 94, 100, 105, 158  Bowler, Stuart
...................... 112  Bowman, Thomas .................. 74, 77 
Boyce, Douglas ....................... 148  Brady,  Thomas
....................... 170  Braun, William...................... 61  Bray,
Farolyn .................. 49, 78, 164 Bray, Richard................... ...
170  Breathour, Mary Jo .......... 49, 76, 170  Bremmer, Chuck
................... 140  Bresnahan, Helen.......... 49, 109, 116, 164 
Brewer, Carolyn .......... 39, 53, 78, 100, 158  Bridges, Del
................... 29, 30, 148  Bridges, Doug ....................... 148 
Bridges, Edmund ....................... 78  Briggs, Beverly ..
............... 170  Brodie, Irene ....................... 49, 149 
Broeker, Don.........................57  Brookins, Robert
..................... 63  Brossard, Marilyn ...................... 76
Brossard, William ................. ... 164  Brotten, W illiam
....................... 62  Brown, Carol ..................... 63, 80 
Brown, Carrie .......................... 59  Brown, Lee..
.................... 149  Brown, Patricia I....49, 74, 78, 114, 122, 159 
Brown, Patricia J..........37, 104, 105, 149  Brown, Walter
.................. 109, 170 Brownell, Barrie .. 105, 107, 108, 109, 116,
158,  159  Brownrigg, Richard ................. .149  Brozovich, Lois
...................... 164  Bruland, Richard .................... 109 
Brunie, Frances 48, 54, 112, 114, 116, 164, 184  Bruno, Gary .........
............ 96, 114  Bryson, Jo ..................... 61, 78, 170 
Buckner, Ruby.................49, 116, 149  Bueler, Roy
..................... 118, 144  Buerstatte, Larry ...................... 52
 Bull, Beverly ......................... 38  Bundy, Doris
...................... 107, 144  Burgess, Helen ...... .......... 48, 114,
170  Burke, Lawrence ...................... 66  Busch,
Robert.......................29  Bush, Rick..... ...... ..... .......... 51
 Butts, M arietta ....................... 48  Byers, Neomia
........................ 60  C  Campbell, Alan ........................ 149
 Campbell, Annette ................. 67, 159  Campbell, Gwenyth
............... 112, 122  Campbell, Margery ................. 49, 170 
Canary, David ........................ 149  Cardinal, Vern
....................... 149  Carlson, Deborah ..................... 111 
Carlson, Frank .................... 50, 159 Carlson, Joel..........24, 55,
116, 147, 149  Carlson, John .................... 107, 111  Carlson,
Marilyn ....................... 111  Carlson, Merydee ................ 111,
116  Carr, Douglas ....................... 170  Carr, Velora
......................... 129  Carvo, Cherrie ....................... 170 
Carroll, Karen ........................ 54 Carruth, David
....................... 55  Carsey, John .......................... 170 
Carson, Paul ......................... .164  Carter, Helen
...................... 68, 170  Carter, Trilby ........................ 74 
Cassidy, Rodney ...................... 149  Castagno, Gary
.................... 57, 170  Castleman, John........................78
Cavenaugh, William ................. 112  Cays, Sally ....... 48, 74, 105,
112, 113, 164  Cederblom, Bonnie ................... 171  Chase, Donald
........................ 60  Chin, Alice ........................... 184 
Chin, Mary...........................184  Chivers, M arie
........................ 171  Clark, Carroll ....................... 159
Clark, Donna........................76  Clark, Michael ............... 114,
140, 159  Clark, William ...................... 74, 77  Clarke, Helen
......................... 118  Clarke, W illiam ........... ............ 51
 Clarke, Yvonne ...... ........ 164, 184, 185  Cleveland, Kirby ....... 62,
100, 104, 105, 164  Cleveland, Virgil .................... 78 Clogston,
George..................... 149  Clouda, Stella ..................... 149 
Clough, Neil ................. 52, 133, 135  Coates, Jim
............................ 61  Coffee, Mary Ann ............... 6, 11,
159  Cohoe, Charles .................... 67, 170  Cole, Doug
.................. ......... 159  Cole, G ene ...........................
58  Cole, H erbert ........................ 149  Cole,
Roberta...........48, 109, 114, 159  Collins, Delores.
........................ 49  Collins, Margorie ........... 63, 76, 116, 171
 Cone, Carol ............. 49, 76, 78, 80, 171  Conlee, Emma
......................... 149  Connelly, Donna ..................... 118 
Connelly, Lee .................... 107, 149  Cook,  Diane
....................... 60, 171  Cooper, Gail .......... ........... . 49,
171  Cooper, Wallace .................. .. 66  Copeland, Kenneth...........
.78, 80, 149  Copland, Robert .................... 80, 82  Cosco, Johnny
................ 50, 138, 139  Cotter, Edward ...................... 112 
Cox, Joan ...................... 107, 159 Crabtree,
Jule......................164  Cramer, Beverly :................... .. 164 
Crandall, Barbara ................... .118  Crooks, Joyce
......................... 149  Crosby Ted ..................... ..... 51 
Curran, Lewis M..............51, 109, 171  Cvitkovic, John ..............
51  Cyrus, Carol ................. 56, 116, 165  D Daggett, Dennis
...................... 116  Darkow, Caroline ........ 74, 77, 80, 82, 165 
Davies, Donald ....................... 112  Davies, Susan
........................118  Davis, Fred. ................. 62, 116, 165 
Davis, Kathryn .................... 64, 171  Davis, Roger
............................. 149  DeChant, Carol .................. 63,
171  Decker, Donna ........................ 49  DeMatis, Rosalie
.................... 171  Demmert, Sharon .................. 80  DeMonbrun,
James ......... .. 65, 78, 149  Denny, Sharon ........................ 171 
Derrick, Karen...............49, 112, 171  DeVries, Duane
................... 61, 171  DeYoung, Arlyn .................... 60, 116

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Dexter, Sandra ..................... .. 165  Dickinson, Tom
........................ 50  Dingerson, Dean ................... 50, 149 
Dixon, Agnes ................... 49, 76, 171  Dodd, Leo
....................... 51, 78 Donald, Jack .. ............... 159  Donald,
Jocelyn .. ............ 159  Donnelly, Roger ...................... 165
Dorris, Barbara ....................... 56  Dragon, Ann
...................... 74, 76  Drake, M arcia ........................ 74 
Dudaeek, Delano .............. 57, 109, 159  Duncan, Jim
....................... 63  Dunham, Jean ................  56, 105, 149 
Dunn, M aure' ......................... 49  Durand, Dave ..................
50, 78, 160  Durham, John.........................111  Durnan, Bernie
................... 67, 171  Duvall, Carole ..................... 78, 149
Duvall, Robert .................... 78, 149  E  Eacrett, Robert
................ 74, 133, 150  Eacrett, Virginia ................... 64,
171  Eads, Michael .................... 51, 171  Eaton, Clark
.................. 78, 111, 165 Eaton, James ..................... 44, 136 
Edens, Michael....................51, 171  Edghill, Marlene
................... 49, 171  Edwards, Sally ..................... 61 
Ehlers, Wayne .............. 51, 99, 120, 121 Eiene,
Robert.......................171  Eliason, Edward ................. 78, 80 
Elliot, Dale ....................... 160 Ellsworth, Robert.. ........... .
74  Elm, Edward .................... 52, 171  Elwood, William..42, 52, 107,
109, 122, 147  150, 158  Endersbe, Dick ...................... 137 
Engelson, Betty ................ 49, 74, 165  Engle, Joanne
..................... 59, 150  English, Nancy ............ 56, 80, 144, 171
 Englund, David ....................... 55  Engum, Mary Lu ...............
49, 74, 165  Ensman, Jean......................... 171 Erdman,
Helen.................74, 77, 171  Ericksen, Karen .................... 66,
171  Erickson, Lorene ................ 60, 124, 171  Erickson, Thomas
..................... 137  Ernst, Sharene.......... 48, 68, 74, 145, 165 
Errington, Jackie ............... 49, 112, 171  Etherton, Barbara
............. 60, 112, 165  Evans, Yvonne M..............49, 112, 165 
Everall, Audrey............ 49, 105, 122, 165  F  Fabish, Bettyann
................. 48, 171  Fagerstrom, Geraldine.......... 48, 116, 165 
Failor, Frieda ..................... 160  Fairchild, Darrell
.................... 150  Fairfield, Joyce.......... 49, 74, 76, 165 
Fawcett, Jean ..................... 60, 171  Fay, Barbara
..................... 56, 165  Fenter, George ................. 60, 74, 78 
Fetters, Eleanor ....................... 56  Field, Marie
...................... 48, 171  Finnigan, Joan..................107, 150 
Firkins, Carol ...................... 171  Fish, Dennis
..................... 62, 172  Fisher, Lee ........................... 150 
Fix, Jack ................... ..... 150  Flakus, Rodney ..................
66, 172  Fleck, Harold ............... 77, 78, 80, 82 Fletcher, Keith
....................... 150  Forbes, Gordon ...................... 74 
Fosdick, William .................... 150  Fosnick, Joe
...................... 69, 172  Foss, Ingeleiv .........................
160  Poster, Ernest ........................ 111  Foster, Jackie
..................... 63  Fox, Sheila ................... 64, 74, 172 
Frame, Jan ..................... 53, 172  Frans, M arilyn
.................... 68, 165  Franz, Betty ....................... 62, 165 
Frazier, Bill.......................52, 172  Freeborn, Bill
................. 62, 100, 165  Freeman, Marilyn ...................... 100
 Freshley, Larry ................... 52, 165  Frey, Eunice
........................ 150  Friend, Ruth ................... .. 62, 172 
Frizzell, Kathy ..................... 54, 172  Fuller, Bruce
........................ 125 Fuller, Don .......................... 51 
Fuller, Ralph ......................... 137  G  Gaboury, Gail
..................... 62  Galbraith, Gail ............... 61, 112, 160 
Galley, Laura ......................... 150  Galley, LeRoy
..................... 160  Galvagno, Connie ...................... 172 
Gangnes, Donald ...................... 165 Gannon, Arlene ................
48, 116, 150  Gard, Jim............. 29, 31, 114, 133, 134  Garenzini,
Tonina .................... 69  Garland, Stan .................. 104, 165 
Garrard, Gail ................. 49, 54, 165  Garrett, Kathleen ...... 97,
104, 109, 116, 160  Gazijo, Lenko.........................158  Gentala,
Gail............49, 68, 116, 165  Genther, Priscilla ............ .......
165  Gerspacher, Patrick............ 77, 137, 160  Giles,
Paula..........49, 114, 144, 145, 172  Gilson, Virginia ............ 59,
114, 142, 160  Ginder, John .................... 50, 160  Glazier, Bill
...................... 57  Gochnour, M'Lisse. .............. 62, 78, 110 
Goff, Marquerite ................... 49, 150  Golden, Leon
........................ 150  Gooch, Barbara ....................... 80 
Gonzales, Ruben ..................... 150  Gordon, Mary Anne........49,
114, 120, 160  Gorton, Douglas ....................... 67  Gossack, Joe
....................... 58, 160  Grage, Joyce....................56, 93,
172 Graham, Shirley........... 53, 104, 114, 120  Granger, Arlene
.................. 74, 76, 77  Granger, Morrie ................... 90, 91 
Granger, Roger............ 51, 138, 139, 172  Green, Heather ............
49, 74, 116, 172  Greenough, Wayne .................... 55  Greenwood,
Donald .................... 51  Greer, Barbara ............ 59, 111, 112,
160  Griffin, Charles .................... 51, 172  Griffin, Marvin
........................ 116 Grim, Dale ........................... 150 
Grinton, Delores .................... 172  Grocott,
Sandra...................53, 172  Gross, Gerri ..................... 68,
165  Grove, Ronald ........................ 50  Groves, Gail
......................... 59  Guerin, Eleanor ....................... 160 
Gunderson, Albert. 97, 104, 109, 147, 150, 158  Gunderson,
David.........51, 74, 78, 165  Gunderson, Donald .............. 78, 80, 160
 Gunderson, John  .............. 107, 111, 150  Gustafson, Gail
...................... 150  Gutkowski, Edward .................. 172  H
Haag, Kenneth ................... 52, 109  Haag, Peter .................
34, 104, 122  Haase, Barbara ...................... 109  Hagen, Ted .......
61, 74, 97, 109, 147, 150  Haggen, Nadine ............... 76, 116, 172  
Hagstrom, Duane .................... 52  Hajduk, Adelaide .................
160  Haley, Terry ........................ 74   Hall, Robert
..................... 58, 172  Hall, James ................... ...... 151 
Hall, Janet ..................... 114, 150  Hall, Sandra .............. 80,
105, 150  Hallingsworth, Pat .................. 133  Hallson,
Joe.............104,111,118,150  Halstead, Jack .................. 51, 151 
Hamilton, James G. .. 25, 104, 116, 158, 160  Hamilton, James R
............... 74, 165  Hamilton, Letha ......... 54, 74, 76, 78, 80 
Hamstra, Kenneth ..................... 172  Hanna, James
....................... 116  Hansen, Alan ............... 107, 111, 151 
Hansen, Jean .................... 74, 165  Hansen, Marylyn ............
107, 111, 151  Hansen, Patricia .................... 118  Hantelmann,
Mary................ 48, 172  Harding, John ...................... 160 
Harris, Marvin..................51, 78, 165.  Hart, Allen
...................... 118, 184  Hart, M arilyn ..................... 49,
151  Hartzell, Karen............ 49, 76, 112, 172  Harvey, Betty
....................... 151  Haryu, Evelyn ....................... 53 
Haslam, Royal ............... ... 69, 172  Hatch, Jay ...................
78, 80, 160  Hatch, William .... :.................. 151  Hauge,
Lee...................... 36, 51  Haugen, Jane..... 49, 109, 114, 116, 120,
164  Haun, Keith .... ................. 63, 160  Hauser, Patricia:
..................... 151  Havens, Patrick ...................... 74 
Havens, Vernon ..................... 160  Hawkins, Donald
...................... 80  Hawley, Roger ...................... 61 
Hawthorne, Barbara.................118  Hawthorne, Terrence
................ 107 Hayashida, Hisa .......... 48, 105, 114, 143  Haynes,
Ruth .................... 49, 160  Hazen, Tom ...................... 172 
Heather, Hazel ................. 48, 160  Heavilin, Shirley
...................... 74  Heckman, Peggy ............. 53, 106, 145 
Hedlund, Gerald .................. 57, 160  Hedstrom, Don ............ 74,
77, 78, 172  Heinz, Otto ..................... 12, 13  Hendrickson, Edyth
.................... 49  Hendrickson, Joan ............ 48, 110, 165 
Henry, Jackie ..................... 48, 151  Henry, Jim
.......................... 51 Heppenstall, Susan .. ......... 172  Hibi,
Paula ........................ 160  Hickenbottom, Ivan...............63,151
 Higley, Don ........................ 67  Higley, Roy
.......................... 51  Hill, Barbara ........................ 118
Hill, Gayle. : ........................ 165  Hill,
Pat............................118  Hill, Thomas ........................
74 Hill, William. ........................ 151  Hillhouse, Dean
................. 107, 151  Hillhouse, Joan ...................... 118 
Hilliker, Jo.......62, 122, 142, 143, 145, 160  Hilsenberg, Marlene
................... 49 Hilt, Ralph ....................... 29, 33  Hilton,
Nancy ....................... 166  Hinze, Sally ....................... 151
Hirni, Phyllis.......... 49, 116, 120,166, 185  Hodgson, James
..................... 166  Hoeruegel, Peter ............... 77, 78, 113 
Hof, Peter............................51  Hoff, Geraldine
....................... 166  Hoidal, Janet .................... 49, 172 
Hoksbergen, Tena....................172  Holmes, Robert
...................... 34 Holms, Carol ............... 49, 74, 80, 82 
Holmstrom, Barbara ............... 61, 151  Holroyd, John
.................... 51, 111  Holstine, Carol......105, 112, 122, 151, 158 
Honsowetz, Frances ............ 49, 111, 172  Hood, William
....................... 34  Hopf, Geraldine ....................... 118 
Hopf, Henry ............ 104, 107, 118, 151  Hopkins, Grace
.................. 145, 151  Hoppock, LaRue .................... 112 
Horne, Curtis ............... .58, 109, 160  Hose, Barbara............ 48,
116, 117, 151  Hostetter, Robert ..................... 166  Howser, Jean
..................... 48, 172  Hubber, Richard .................. 58, 151 
Hubert, Dave ................... . 57, 74  Huff, Richard
........................ 172  Hultgren, Donald ..................... 51
Hungerford, Lois.......48, 76, 78, 80, 166  Hunt, Maryalice
..................... 54  Huntley, Donald ..................... 111 
Huselton, Richard ................. 29, 32

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Hutchison, Virginia .................. 160  Hyde, Lorraine
....................... 118  Hyde, Richard ........................ 111 
Hylton, Nancy ....................... 65  Hyppa, Roger............. .......
63, 112  Ibea, David ................... 35, 43, 151  Ingersoll, Patrick
................... 151  Irish, Georgia ................... 62, 151
Isaacson, Darlene ................... 151  Isaacson, Donald
..................... 111  Isham, Carol ................ 60, 116, 160 
Ishii, Evelyn ......................... 49  Ivy, Bernard
......................... 138  J  Jackson, Marilyn .....................
166  Jacobsen, Susie .... 38, 95, 105, 107, 147, 158  Jacobson, Elsie
.......... 53, 105, 120, 160  Jacobson, Roberta ..................... 49 
Jacquot, Larry ....................... 67  James, Evelyn ............ 67,
105, 107, 112  Jameson, Lynne ...................... 151  Janke, Ronald
....................... 151 Jay, Sharon . ........................ 48 
Jaye, Ronald ....................... 55  Jelinek, Louis
........................ 29 Jensen, Robert ........................ 51 
Jenser, Carol ............... 107, 116, 160  Jenson, Sybil.............
.......... 152  Jesinger, Leonard .................... 78  Jewell, Babette
.................... 172  Johnes, Alan ......................... 173 
Johnson, Barbara ..................... 173  Johnson, Carolyn ......... 62,
76, 112, 173 Johnson, Dolores ..................... 54  Johnson, Ellene
........... 49, 54, 110, 166  Johnson, Gail ........................ 112 
Johnson, Gordon..................112, 160  Johnson, Janet......... 63, 78,
111, 112, 152   Johnson, Janice ............... 66, 114, 173  Johnson,
Jerome ................... 80, 82  Johnson, Marilyn .............. 53, 105,
161  Johnson, Nancy ... .49, 80, 82, 109, 145, 173  Johnson, Patti
.................... 49, 173  Johnson, Sonny ....................... 52 
Johnson, Thor ....................... 166  Jonak, Floyd
....................... 99, 185  Jones, Allan ......................... 66 
Jones, Elizabeth ...... 62, 105, 122, 145, 166  Jones, Kay
........................ 69, 173  Jones, Larry ................... . 34,
140  Jones, Robert .................... 51, 138  Jones, Walter
....................... 55  Jordan, Catherine ................. 56, 173 
Joy, M elvin .......................... 50  Judson, Joann.............. 62,
74, 78, 173  Jung, Allen ............... 25, 105, 116, 166 Jurich, M
ercedes ...................... 76  Juvet, Regina .......................
173  K  Kallappa, James ................  ...... 55  Kallgren, Carolyn
.............. 49, 76, 161  Kalyk, Joan .................. 49, 72, 112 
Kamps, Joy ..................... 48, 116  Karwacki, Bill
................... 29, 32  Kauzlarich, Walter .......... .95, 159, 161
Keck, Norman....................58, 152  Keim, Donita ...................
48, 152  Keller, Erwin .................... 52, 112  Keller, James
........................ 116  Kelley, Shirley .............. 48, 112, 173 
Kellogg, June...24, 25, 49, 105, 109, 112, 166  Kelly, James
....................... 161  Kemp, Marion ........ 43, 49, 100, 105, 164
166, 184, 185  Kendall, Carol ................. 152, 173  Kendrick, Carol
.................... 152  Kendrick, William  ................... 152 
Kennedy, Bonnie.....................49  Kennedy, Carolyne
................... 62  Kennett, Ed ........................ 173  Kerr,
Earl .......................... 118  Kerr, Esther ................. 44, 53,
173  Key, W illiam ..................... 35, 140  Kilburn, Daniel
...................... 55  Kilkenny, Joe ....................... 55
Kimbell, Gordon ................. 52, 152  King, Billie
...................... 49, 152  King, Joanne ....................... 173 
Kinne, Mariann ........... 49, 76, 112, 173  Kleinsorge, Janice.........
49, 104, 116, 161  Klimek, Sherian ................. 48, 76, 173  Kloes,
Loyal ......................... 57  Knaack, William ....................
152 Knapp, Bill ......................... 67  Knigge, Roger
.................... 87, 114  Knight, Darel ......................... 173 
Knowles, Lynn ...................... 173  Knudsen, Elaine
.................... 152  Knudsen, Harlan ..................... 166 
Knudsen, Peggy ...................... 166  Knutsen, Karolyn ............
37, 40, 173 Knutzen, Gary ....................... 63  Knutzen, Naomi
.................. 99, 120  Kohlwes, Gary .......... 114, 133, 134, 152 
Koivisto, Sharon............ 49, 76, 109, 173  Kolbe, Roger
........................ 29  Kolkana, Richard ........ 50, 116, 138, 161 
Koll, Gerald............. 60, 74, 76, 77, 173  Koons, Beverly
........................ 173  Kraft, David ...................... 109, 166 
Krainick, Fred ........................ 55  Kramer, M ozelle
...................... 60  Kreiss, James. 52, 109, 116, 122, 147, 152, 158 
Krislock, Harold .............. 114, 133, 152  Kroon, Richard
...................... 51  Kure, Richard ............... 50, 105, 124 
Kyle, Carolyn. ............. .49, 105, 166  LaCroix, Floyd
...................... 133  LaDue, Connie ...................... 118 
LaDue, Duane ............... .... 51  LaFleur, Sharon .....................
56  Lame, Ralph ......................... 58 Lampman, Thomas
............... 107, 161  Lampropulos, Florence.......... 43, 48, 80  Lane,
Dwayne ............. 29, 32, 58, 114  Langford, Jim .......................
173  Langill, Gene .............. 74, 76, 147, 152 Langland, Dan
....................... 51  Langley, Dave............... 57, 114, 161 
Lardwe, Catherine .................... 112  Larm, Arlene
......................... 56  Larsen, Jack ......................... 166 
Larsen, William ................... 29, 33  Larson,
Jean.......................173  Larson, Leslie ................ 59, 114,
161 Larson, Norman ...................... 78  Laster, David.......62, 100,
112, 137, 173  Laughary, Judy .................... 49, 114  Laulainen,
JoAnn .................... 53  Layton, Robert. ...................... 34 
Lee, Gordon ........................ 173  Lee, Ronald
....................... 52, 77  Legato, Robert ....................... 69
Leggett, Marilyn ............. 116, 118, 152  Lehman, Dennis
...................... 50  Lein, Ardith ............. 49, 109, 116, 166 
Leistra, Ronald ....................... 116  Lekanof, Anna
..................... 76, 173  Lewis, Allen ......................... 144 
Leque, Beverly ...................... 166  Lian, Anne
......................... 173  Lightheart, Ted ...................... 51 
Lilian, Stan....... 98, 107, 109, 118, 120, 152  Lilleness,
Paul.......................116 Lind, Gary ....................... 74, 78 
Lind, John.... ..................... 173  Lindberg, Marcia
...................... 173  Lindblad, Nero ...................... 141 
Linde, Carl.............111, 147, 152, 166  Linde, Janet............ 105,
111, 122, 152  Lindman, Bert ................. 29, 30, 74  Lipe, John
....................... 50, 152  Lisk, Kenneth .................. .55, 166 
Lobdell, Eleanor ............. 48, 109, 166  Locker, Hugh
..................... 29, 33  Lockwood, Michael ................... 34 
Lonctot, Melvin ................ 58, 90, 91  Loney, Arlin
...................... 80, 144  Look, Donald .................. 138, 161 
Lorentzen, Hans.............. 90, 91, 152 Loser, Midge. ......... 56, 114,
143, 145, 173  Lott, Rosemarie ....................... 118  Loughary,
Deanne....................68  Lowrie, Ray ......................... 152 
Lucker, Jan ......................... 174  Ludwig, Horace
.................. 111, 161  Ludwig, Maureen ................. 107, 152 
Lund, Marlene .............. 62, 78, 80, 82  Lundberg,
Linda..................59, 174  Lundy, Charles ...................... 13 
Lutz, Donald .................... 69, 174  Lynch, Douglas ......
................ 52  M  MacDermott, Ray............... 50, 152 MacDonald,
Anne ...... 48, 74, 76, 112, 174  MacDonald, Robert ................... 61 
MacDonald, Sharon .................. 166  MacKinnon, Jon
..................... 161  Machleid, Marlene ............. 59, 74, 174
Macomber, Kaye ..................... 174  MacPhail, Barbara ..............
116, 166  Maddox, Janice ...................... 161  M aeirt, Maurice
................. 60, 152  Mafli, Betty ....................... 153 
Magelssen, Judy ................. 78, 153  Mahan, Mickey
...................... 118  Mahn, Rita .......................... 161 
Maki, Diane ..................... 67, 120  Malernee, Sue
...................... 167  Mallahan, Stephen ................... .174
Malleck, Shirley ................. 49, 174  Manka,
Glendine...................174  Mann, Margy .................. 49, 116, 153
 M anney, M onta ....................... 111  Manney, Tom
................... 111, 116  M ariotti, John ....................... 153 
Mark, Steven ................... ... 153  Marr, Marjory .................
61, 78, 112  M artin, Dale ...................... 74, 76  Martin, Gordon
................ 74, 77, 78  M artin, M ary Ann .................... 61
Martin, Nancy ............. 49, 68, 76, 166  Martin, Sam ............ .29,
31, 50, 86, 114  M arty, Leo ................... 29, 50, 138  Martyn,
Raymond .................. 107  M artz, Colleen ................... 54, 174
Mathews, Sharon ......... ........... 114  Mathieson, Allen
.................. ... 44  Matson, Nancy ....................... 118  M
atson, Robert ..................... 111  Matsumoto, Hiroko
.................. 174 Matthews, Janet ................ 49, 161  Matthews,
Ronnie .................... 50  M attieligh, Jane .................. 53,
145  Mauldin, Berryl ...................... 57  Maxim, Betty..........
............. 161  May, Wally .......................... 161  McCord,
Larry... ................... 166  McCord, Louie .................. 51, 174
McCormick, Barbara ............. 112, 161  McCormick, Jeanne ...........
49, 116, 166  M cCoy, W illiam ...................... 63  McCullough,
Ken......62, 100, 118, 137, 166  McDonald, David ..................... 74
McDonald, Delayne ................. 174  M cDonald, Kay
...................... 63  McDonald, Larry ......... 58, 77,  116, 161 
McDonald, Laura ................... 118  McDowell, Gladys
.................... 49  McElholn, Gerald ................... 153  McEwen,
Jean ....................... 59  McFadden, David .................... 166 
M cGovern, Dick .................... 29

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McGreen, W ally ................... 51,174  McGreevy, Patrick
.................. 153  McHugo, Dennis ................. 100, 167  McIvor,
Jane .... 63, 76, 112, 116, 145, 174  McJunkin, Flo ........... ...........
48 McKay, Margaret .................... 61  McKee, Molly ...............
174, 184, 185  McKelvy, Forrest ................... 153  M cKillip, Larry
.................... 50, 174  McKinley, Richard .................... 66
McKinney, Jess ....................... 174  McKennie, Dorothy............
66, 111, 174  McKinnon, Jon ...................... 78  M cLane, Richard
..................... 29  McLean, Richard ................... 65  McMullen,
Pat.......................34  McNary, Duane ...................... 161 
McNary, Janice ..................... 118  M cNutt,  Jeri ..................
49, 112, 167  McPherson, Diane............. 59, 98, 121  McQuigg, Joan
...................... 161  McRae, Mary Ellen...............60, 167  M
eamber, Ted .................... 74, 77  Meikle, Grace ....... 49, 111,
112, 167, 184  Melbourne, Ed ................. 29, 30, 114  Melton, Charles
................. 109, 174 Menzony, Ruby .................. 48, 174 
Merager, Kenneth ........ 104, 112, 116, 161  M ettichavalit, Snoh
................... 50  Meyer, Lawrence ............... 140, 161  M eyers,
Sandra ....................... 161 Michelsen, Vernita ............ .49, 80,
82  Milan, Penny ........ 49, 105, 112, 122, 167  M ilat, M ike
................... .107, 111  Miller, Derrell ................ 57, 78, 174
 Miller, Elizabth ................. .... 49  Miller, Faye .......... 49,
112, 114, 143, 174  M iller, M argaret ...................... 49  Milligan,
Richard ..................... 51  Millman, Kathleen .................. 174 
M inge, Ron ....................... 74, 77  Minice, Richard
..................... 51  Minkema, Martha ................. 49, 174 
Minnich, Max ......................... 60 Mitchell, Robert
.................... 153  Mock, Betty .................. 44, 56, 167 
Moffett, Kenneth ......... .24, 35, 114, 153  Monn, John
........................ 174  Montgomery, Helen .................. 53 
Montoure, Roland....................118  Moody, John
......................... 50  Mooney, Lyle . .................. 111, 167
Mooney, Noami............... 109, 118, 167  Moore, Ann
.......................... 61  Moore, George ...................... 167 
Moore, Margaret ................... 153  Moors, Colleen ............. 74,
76, 78, 174 Moreau, Barbara .................. 56, 174  Morgan, Lloyd
........................ 66  Morgan, David ............... 61, 133, 134 
Morgan, Kenneth ..................... 63  Morita, Wallace .................
107, 153  Morrical, Suzanne ............ 66, 120, 161  Morse, Clark
......................... 118  Morse, James ................... 114, 153
Mosher, David .................... 138, 139  Moskeland, Karen
................. 49, 161  Motoda, Merle .................... 49, 117 
Motomatsu, Nancy ....... 49, 104, 105, 153  Mouncer, Mary Lou....65, 97,
105, 109, 167  M udgett, Sid .................... 62, 161  Mueller,
Jeannette ............. 49, 76, 174  Mulligan, Luella .....................
118  Mulligan, Myron.....................109  Munch, Carolyn ..........
105, 116, 122, 161 Mund, Jennie ....................... 49  M unro, Bruce
.................... 51, 174  Munro, David .................. 136, 137 
Murphie, Donald ................. 78, 80  Murphy, Bill
...................... 153  Murray, Nancy ............... 48,  116, 153 
Muscutt, William .............. 140, 161  Myers, Lory
......................... 56  Myers, Lee .................... 118, 174  N 
Nanney, Robert ............. 90, 91, 111, 153  Napper, Pete
...................... 51, 138  Nash, Robert .................... 64, 174 
Neble, Shirley ....................... 153  Neer, Jack
.......................... 138  Neer, Lois ................. ........ 118 
Neisinger, Robert .................. 74, 78  Nelson, Arthur
.................... 68, 77  Nelson, Celia ................... 116, 161 
Nelson, Charles .................. 112, 153   Nelson, Darrow
.................... 167  Nelson, Eveline ...................... 167 
Nelson, Leroy .................. 85, 86, 89  Nelson, Sally ..............
49, 80, 82, 161  Nelson, Shirley ................. 112, 153  Neshein, Ted
......................... 57  Ness, Oryn ............................ 107 
Neves, Terry ...................... 51, 77  Newell, Peter
...................... 153  Newenhof, Sally ..................... 175 
Newgard, Gregory ................ 52, 153 Nielsen, Donna
....................... 80  Nielsen, Franklin .. ............. 80  Nielsen,
Harriet......................175 Nielsen, Peggy ....................... 48 
Njos, Ervin ................. 62, 100, 167  Njos, Jean ...................
60, 105, 162  Noble, Mary ..................... 120, 153  Nordin, Margaret
.................. 78, 175  Nordquist, Arnold ................... 162 
Norman, Ann..............49, 76, 144, 175  Norman, Gary.................
51, 80, 175 Northup, Patricia ......... 49, 109, 116, 167  Norton, Robert
...................... 67  Notar, F. Scott .................  112, 175 
Nott, Janet ....................... 46, 78  Nugent, Donna............ 48,
54, 110, 167  Nunamaker, Jerry ............. 69, 74, 175  Nunamaker, Jim
.............. 69, 74, 175  Nye, Betty Jean .............. 65, 144, 145 
Nyhus, Clarice.......... 49, 76, 111, 116, 175  0  Oberg, Robert
.................... 51, 162  O'Brien, Richard ................... .153 
O'Brien, Shirley ..................... 118  O'Connor, Laura ............
49, 78, 98, 167   O'Dell, Donald ..................... 154  Odegaard,
Harold .................... 162  Odle, Larry ......................... 114 
O'Donnell, Larry ................. 50, 105  Oelrich, Dennis. ..............
78, 80, 162  Oertli, Richard ................... 51, 162  Ogdon, M arilyn
.................. 67, 162  Okerlund, John.......................74  Oldow,
Rosemarie .......... 107, 147, 154  Oliver, Donald ............... 104,
113, 170  Olsen, Marc ...................... 60, 175  Olson, Betty
............ 59, 114, 142, 162  Olson, Corinne ....................... 118 
Olson, D ennis ........................ 111  Olson, Karen .................
62, 78, 145  Olson, Larry ............. 50, 74, 122, 167 Olson, Ned
.................... 29, 30, 114  Olson, Sharron ................ 49, 95,
112  Oordt, Barbara ....................... 62  Orbeck, Bonita ...........
........... 175  Osborn, Juanita ....................... 167  Osgood, Paul
................. 50, 105, 111  Ostergard, John ................... 66, 167
 Ostling, Leo ..................... 51, 162  Otness, Nanette .......... 49,
105, 122, 154  Ougland, Ronald........./ ............ 78  Overhus, Arline
........................ 65  Owen, Marjorie ................. 67, 167 
Owner, Peggy .................. 37, 38, 59  P Padden, Marilyn
.................. 53, 154  Palmer, Florence ................ 110, 175 
Pangle, Mable ...................... 118  Pangle, Clarence
................. 111, 162  Parker, Colleen ...................... 118 
Parker,  Larry.......................52  Parker, Nancy ............... .76,
116, 175  Patrick, Gary ........................ 154 Payne, Robert
............... 65, 107, 154  Pearce, Robert ...................... 154 
Pederson, Lee Ellen ................. 175  Pemberton, Diane
.................... 74  Pendergrast, Janice ................. 80, 82 
Peninger, James ..................... 154  Peoples, Marilyn ......... .54,
110, 116, 162  Perkins, Eleanor .................. 60,  167  Perry,
Judith.. ............... 65, 145, 167  Person, Katherine ................
78, 154  Peterson, Brian ...................... 66  Peterson,
Geraldine......... 48, 59, 80, 82  Peterson, Jewel......................175
Peterson, Margaret ............ 109, 116, 154  Peterson,
Virginia.....................62  Petrosik, Robert ............... 85, 86,
88  Petty, Patricia ...................... 107  Pfundt,
Neil........................175  Phillips, Gary  .............. 122, 138,
167  Phillips, Starlyn ..................... 59  Pickens, Myo
.................... 48, 175 Pierce, Leonard........... ........... 162 
Piller, James ......................... 61  Plummer, Clara
.................... 64, 175  Podratz, Elta ................. 69, 175, 184 
Podratz, Katherine.. 69, 80, 82, 145, 161, 162  Polmev, Florence
...................... 49  Porter, Karen ................... ..... 49 
Pownall, Florence ............ 49, 167, 175  Pownall, Stan
.................... 96, 162  Prather, Charles ..................... 175 
Pressler, Bob ....................... 138  Price, Larry
..................... 78, 154  Price, Shelby ................... 122, 162 
Price, Velm a.........................154  Probst,
Gerald......................175  Punyasingh, Temsiri .................. 49
Purvis, Bietta .................... 48, 175  Purvis, Neil
.......................... 65  Quady, Collen ......... ............ 118 
Rabourn, Jack ....................... 167  Raby, Gwen
...................... 60, 167  Racine, Margery .................... 54 
Radliff, Gary............. 87, 89, 114, 154  Radliff, Valerie Solie
................. 154 Rainwater, Bob...................60, 154  Ramey,
Gerald .................. 129, 154  Randall, Bruce.......... 29, 32,  86,
89, 128  133, 134, 135, 154  Randall, Kay ........................ 118 
Rants, John Wallace ............... 78, 80  Raper,
Kathryn......................154  Rasmussen, Gordon .................. 133 
Rasmussen, Kenneth .................. 78  Raub, Loretta ...................
60, 175  Reed, Richard ....................... 140  Reid, Porta La Rue
................. 154  Reid, William ................... 78, 162  Reimer,
Galen ................. 86, 88, 89  Reimer,  Jerry ................ 133,
134, 175  Reinard, William ...................... 154  Reinert, Joan
......................... 118  Reinland, Rosalie.................. 64, 175 
Remington, Scott ..................... 52  Ren, Lee
............................ 74  Ren, M ary Pat .................... 56,
174  Renlie, Frances .................. 80, 175 Rensink, Ivalee
....................... 154  Repoz, Rosalyne ................ 111, 112 
Resteigen, Jo .......... 42, 49, 105, 117, 162  Reynolds, Gayle
..................... 109  Rhodes, Donna ..................... 110  Rice,
Charles ...................... 107  Rice, Norma ..................... 49,
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Richards, Joan ....... 48, 78, 107, 112, 114  116, 122, 162  Richardson,
Jack ...................... 154 Richardson, Jackie .................... 60 
Richardson, Jim ........... ........... 50  Richardson, Larry
................ 80, 129  Richardson, Marilyn .................. 80 
Richins, Arlene ............... 49, 144, 145  Rick, James
...................... 29, 154  Rick, Sandra ....................... 118 
Rickkala, Colleen ................... .118 Riekkoln, Oliver ...............
133, 135  Rinta, Marilyn ............... 49, 122, 154  Roberts, Gary
...................... 175  Roberts, Karen ................... 111, 167 
Roberts, Kitty ..................... 118 Robertson, Edward
.................... 80  Robertson, Kenneth ...... 98, 99, 120, 121 
Robinson, Elaine .................. 66, 176  Robinson,
Jerry......................51  Robinson, Loren.....................111 
Robinson, W  illiam ................... 52  Rockey, Elmira ................
49, 116, 167  Rogers, Ann ................... 49, 116 Rogers, Donald
............... 111, 116, 155  Rogers, Jean ..................... 66, 176 
Rogers, Sheila ...................... 155  Rogers, William
..................... 155  Rolie, Charlotte .......... 60, 105, 155, 158
Rollins, Gary ....................... 176  Romerdahl, Tom ...............
25, 50, 159  Rosenbach, Lynn .................. 58, 114  Roundy, Anne
.................... 78, 98  Rowe, Harold ............ ........ 55  Rowe,
Robert  ..................... 155  Rowland, Rosalie .....................
36  Rozman, Joann ................ 56, 105, 162 Russell, DeForrest
..................... 63  Russell, Frank ....................... 155 
Russell, Freida ........................ 62  Russell, James
........................ 57  Russell, Margaret .................. 118 
Salisbury, Clifford ............. 58, 116, 176  Samuelson, Lynda ........
107, 147, 155, 158  Santini, Richard ......... 50, 133, 135, 155  Sargent,
Conny .................... 68, 167  Sarles, Janet ..................... 49,
167  Satterfield, Lue ...................... 118  Satterlee, Arlene
.................... 167  Sauers, Lou Ann............49, 124, 155 Saxvik,
Robert .................. 34, 137  Schampera, John .......................
61  Scheibner, Darlene .................... 65  Schell, Lucille ....... 49,
105, 106, 147, 155  Schenkel, Karen ....................... 80
Schermerhorn, John............78, 109, 155  Scheile, Gerald
...................... 50, 87  Scheldrup, Bob ....................... 118 
Schilling, Nadine ... 25, 62, 93, 147, 155, 158  Schindele, Delores
................. 62, 162  Schireman, Albert .................. 155 
Schmidt, Don ................... . 51, 77  Schott, Rodney ...... . 29, 33,
85, 87, 89  Schroeder, Frances .................. 155  Schroer, Barbara
................ 107, 145  Schryver, Duane ........... 111, 116, 162 
Schurr, Judy ................. 56, 93, 176  Scofield, Russell
..................... 116   Scott, Bennie ............ ........ 69 
Scribner, Dan....... 74, 80, 82, 112, 116, 155  Scruggs, Jack
........................ 34  Scrubbs, Robert .................. 34, 162 
Scutvick, Dennis ...................... 51  Shallis, Hunter
...................... 162  Shepard, Douglas ................... 168 
Sherman, Joy ............. .49, 76, 112, 176  Shields, Nancy
................ 74, 78, 168  Shindler, Elsie .................... 66, 176 
Shorett, Richard ..................... 51  Sieber, Lorraine
....................... 49  Siebler, William .................... 25 
Sierra, Phyllis ................... 53, 176  Silven, Laura ............
.49, 116, 144, 176  Sim, Jack ..................... 29, 30, 114 Simplot,
James ....................... 77  Simpson, Carol ....................... 48
 Simpson, Lou ........................ 118  Simpson, Shirlene
................. 60, 168  Sinclair, Roberta ....................... 59 
Sindhvnanda, Phungchai. ............... 49  Sivertson, Jane
Ann.............. 49, 176  Six, Donald ............ 52, 80, 82, 158, 162 
Skoor, Robert ...................... 176  Slocum, Harold
...................... 155  Small, Richard ...................... 104  Sm
eby, Helen ....................... 62  Sm elling, Bob
....................... 67  Smiley, Jon ......................... 168 
Smith, Bryon ...................... 162  Smith, Dallas ................ 51,
112, 162  Smith, David ....................... 162  Smith, Gail
................. 49, 116, 155  Smith, Jay ......................... 176
Smith, Karen ....................... 155  Smith, Leonard
...................... 155  Smith, Margaret .................... 118 
Smith, Richard ............... 104, 109, 155  Sm ith, Ron
........................... 61  Smutz, Shirley ..........  13, 74, 76, 77,
155  Smutz, Verne ................... 137, 155  Snider, Marci
................... 76, 168  Soine, Janet ..................... 65, 162 
Solland, Ann .................... 65, 176  Sooter,
Grace........................155 Soth, Fred .......................... 58 
Souda, Lois ............ .49, 74, 76, 122, 168  Southern, Rose Ann
............... 65, 162  Spaan, Dixianne ................. 53, 176 
Spanier, Doug.............. .29, 30, 55, 114 Sparks, Gayle ................
67, 78, 80, 82  Sparks, Ronald ....................... 67  Spears, Ann
......................... 118  Speck, Jon ................ 50, 80, 82, 168 
Spurling, Marilyn. ................. 67, 76 Stacey,
Cecil.........................57  Stafford, Harley ................. 63,
156  Staggs, Patricia ..................... 155  Standley, Norman
.................... .61  Steele, Dale .................. 51, 78, 168 
Sterland, Ronald......................78  Stigen, Roger ..................
58, 80, 82  Stilwell, Lynette ................ 116, 162 Stimson, Frank
...................... 118  Stimson, Ralph ....................... 118 
Stole, Kathryn ............ 38, 62, 159, 162  Stow, James
................... .. 78, 168  Strapp, Arthur .............. 74, 77, 78,
80  Stribling, Donald ...................... 109  Strom,
Frederick.......... 60, 78, 80, 82, 163  Stubbs, Carole ................
65, 144, 145  Stutz, Chuck. 50, 90, 91, 99, 112, 114, 120, 185  Sugawara,
Mary .................... 176  Sullivan, Donna ...................... 110 
Sullivan, Jerry .................. 51, 163  Sullivan, Virginia
................... 156 Summers, Donald............. 58, 72, 156  Sundean,
Sally ....................... 176  Sundquist, Donald............ 74, 76,
156  Swan, Edward .......... .50, 116, 118, 156  Swanson, Janice
................. 48, 168  Swartz, Richard ................... 86, 156 
Swedberg, Rosalee.....104, 105, 156, 158  Sweet, Cary..... ...............
57, 78, 80  Sweet, Eva Jane ..................... 168  Swenson, Deanna
................. 24, 53  Swett, Cyrus ........................ 111 
Swofford, Spencer ................... 118  Sydnor, Al ..............
........ 68, 109  T Tackett, Donald .................... 111  Tackett,
Elaine ..................... 111  Tackett, Laura ...................... 111
 Taubenheim, Bruce .................. 133  Tatro, Virginia
..................... 176  Taylor, Donna ....................... 118 
Taylor, Gary ................... . 51, 78  Taylor, M arilyn
.................... 163  Taylor, Ray ........................ 156 
Teitzel, Fred ......................... 51  Tekle-Wold, Demeke........107,
111, 156  Tenio, Gary ......................... 111  Terrace, Sharon
.................... 176  Teschner, Ann.......... 48, 80, 82, 116, 168 
Teshera, Bob........................116  Thatcher, Marilyn ..... 49, 116,
168, 184, 185  Theiss, Carol .................... 49, 176  Tholen,
Pat......................... 49  Thomas, Catherine .............. 76, 156
Thompson, Bert. .................... 111  Thompson, Carolyn ............
49, 74, 168  Thompson, George ................ 111, 156  Thompson, Janis
.................. .. 163  Thompson, Jack......................138
Thompson, Phyllis .................... 118  Thompson, Ron.............50,
87, 168  Thompson, Tom ..................  64, 176  Thompson, William
................. 176  Thomsen, Delores .................... 118  Thomsen,
Einer ........................ 119  Thomsen, Larry ................... . 61
 Thon, Gerald ......................... 137  Tidwell, Edward
..................... 57  Tidwell, Fred ......................... 57 
Tigner, Rual ........................ 52  Tiland, John
...................... 163  Tilden, Jean .................... 59, 78 
Tisso, Jolene ........................ 56, 176 Tolsma, Nancy
...................... 168  Toney, Carl ................... 29, 30, 176 
Toney, Sharon ................ 44,  53, 176  Tonstad, Dorothy ..... 44, 63,
108, 112, 176  Top, Mary Ann ...................... 112  Torgerson, Jerry
.................. 51, 176  Torset, Clifford ...................... 163 
Torseth, Melvin ..................... 156 Torseth, Stanley
................... ... 112  Torticil, Molly Ann.............56, 116, 163 
Trinneer, Judith .................. 49, 168  Trucker, Lela Mae
.................. 163  Trullinger, Jeanette ............... 65, 111
Tuininga, Gail. .25, 62, 105, 122, 142, 143, 168  Tuor, June
......................... 176  Turnbull, Dean ................... 51, 163 
Turner, George ...................... 156  Turner, Kay.............. 65,
144, 145, 176 Umphlette, Richard ............... 55, 177  Underwood,
Harlene......... 49, 74, 77, 177  Unger, Stanley ................... 50,
156  Unger, Terrence ...................... 177  Uskoski, Joyce
...................... 156  V Vallen, Vicki............. ......... 177 
Vall-Spinosa, Chris ............... 50, 170  VanBevers, Sally Jo...........
56,  116, 168  Van Bronkhorst, Dave......... ....... 158  Van Demark,
Richard ............. 116, 163  Van Kannel, Mary ................... .156 
Van Moorhem, Osborne................109  Van W inkle, Bob
...................... 67 Van Zanten, Dolphine .............. 80, 82  Van
Zanten, Ethel............ 78, 112, 156  Van Zanten,.Eugene ...............
52, 163  Vance, Chick ......................... 137  Vaughn,
Louella........53, 99, 114, 120, 143 Vastelica George...................35 
Vogel, Jim .......................... 51  W  Waggoner, Thomas
.................... 51  Wagner, Dorothea ............ .49, 107, 156  W
alker, David ................... 62, 177  Wall, Marveen ............ 49,
80, 82, 168  Wallace, Jean ................... 49, 177

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Wallace, Jim........................177  Wallin, Karen
....................... 59  Walston, Jo Ann.............65, 156, 177 
Warford, Dorothy ............... 107, 109  Waterbury, Gerald
............... 111, 163  Waterhouse, Ted ...................... 69 
Watkins, Arthur .................... 66  W atkinson, Kay
..................... 56  Waugaman, Darryl ................. 163  Weeks,
Landon R. ............... 112, 116  Weikert, Mildred .............. 49,
114, 163  Weisel, Donald ................. 140, 156  Weld, Wendell
....................... 87  W eldon, Harry ....................... 78 
Wells, Donald ...................... 163  Wenning, Ralph..................
58, 78  W ersen, Arlene .................... 53, 163  West, Ed
............................. 55  W ester, Jerry .................... 58,
138 Westrick, Jack ............. 107, 111, 156  Westrick, Lois
...................... 118  Wheeler, Jean ........................ 80 
Wheeler, Nancy ................ 114, 142  White, Alan............. 50, 111,
118, 168 White, Denny............ 25, 107, 156, 158  White, Kenneth
.................... 163  White, Nancy............. 49, 74, 116, 163 
Whitney, Lawrence ................ 35, 51  Whitney, Martha
................. 74, 168  Widner, Shirley...62, 104, 105, 122, 158, 163 
Wilbur, Margie .................. 64, 156  Wilkenson, Robert.............
29, 31, 114  W ilkerson, Dick ...................... 61  Willey, Kathleen
................... 177  Williams, Barbara ................. 118  Williams,
Donald ................... 168  Williams, June ................ 76, 109,
112  W illiams,  Ted ........................ 57  Willison, Paul
................... 60, 168  Wilson, Brownell ....................... 66
Wilson, Don ...................... 52, 109  Wilson, Earl
...................... 111, 112  Wilson, Gordon . . .. 50, 100, 105, 112,
157  Wilson, James...............40, 74, 78, 173  Wilson,
Kay.............49, 112, 118, 177  W ilson, Pat ..................... 76,
177  Winklesky, Myrnalee............ 104, 156  Winter,
Doyle...............133, 134, 163  Winterholler, John ...................
63  Wissinger, Leroy ................... 163  Witti,
Peggy.....................49, 168  Wittenfeld, William ....................
51  Wold Brose, Joyce......74, 77, 107, 149, 158  Wong,
Karen........................62  W oobank, Ben ................... 60, 177 
Woodcock, Jack ..................... 163  Woodfield, Ernest ...............
140, 163  Wright, Trula .............. 116, 184, 185  Y Yang, Han Sung
.................... 50  Yonekawa, Mitsu ................ 61, 157 
Yoshimura, Gwendolyn ...........  49, 116  Yotsko, Sandra ..............
54, 116, 163  Young, Larry ................... 77, 163  Young, Margaret
................. 78, 110  Young, Phoebe ............... 66, 76, 177 
Youngberg, Clarence .............. 50, 78  z Zabel, Albert
....................... 157  Zatarain, Roberta ................ 56, 168 
Zehnder, Clark ...................... 177  Zeigler, David
...................... 107  Ziegler, Shirley .................. 60, 163 
Zender, Kay .................... 48, 177  Zion, Jerolynn .................
48, 116, 157  Zylstra, Carol..................111, 168  Note: Persons
appearing in any picture with-out  their name under it will not find the 
page number in the index.

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