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1958 KLIPSUN

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WESTERN WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON 1958 KLIPSUN
Carolyn Kyle, EDITOR  Ken Robertson, ASSISTANT EDITOR  James H. Bliss,
ADVISOR

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an epic of progress    Western reared its head from a hilltop in 1896 
overlooking a dusty-streeted, not- yet-consolidated  Bellingham, a city
growing of plank  houses and plank streets.  But in the faces of those
first buildings (below,  and in their present ivy dress at left)  a new
unit of progress was sprouting from the  stump-dotted college plot.  The
unit was a brick and it became the symbol  of the metamorphosis of an
obscure  Bellingham Normal School into the fastest-growing  and
third-largest higher  educational  institution in the state of Washington.

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duration  :, longer hold  Al- the growing student body.  A library became
necessary (shown above during construction in 1927), a physical education 
building, a music building and auditorium, a  beautiful modern  arts
building, new residences.  And always more students.  Western became the
state's largest school for  training teachers. It was also constructing  a
reputation that grew with the  buildings out of the landscape atop Sehome. 
lew buildings for  newV studen:cr

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on n capus of beauty  In winter the bricks were  clad in white, in fall
they reflected the flaming  dress of burning leaves. In spring a  blanket
of green hugged itself to the earth,  a walkway burst with subtle pastels
of flowering  trees, and below the hill a bay gleamed  in the afternoon
sun, beside a city restless to grow. The campus was not only big  but
beautiful; surrounded by glittering, snow-capped  peaks, rocky, tree-lined
shores  stretching their fingers along water that bathed  the evening sun
until its back grew red.  And the sunrays painted delicate islands of 
purple and orange on the horizon.  All of this was reflected in the bricks
growing  one upon another with the years.

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t dirie ction is forwua  Today they are still mounting in number,  with the
flood of students which swells the   enrollment. Today new buildings are
being  planned-a student union,  a complete science building within the
next two  years. After that there will be more;  new residences, new
classrooms,  new appropriations so the college on the hill can  keep pace
with its population. With them  the scope of the institution is growing-new
 degrees, new courses, new instructors.  for the story of 1958 than  e unit
of growth, of scope,  of the college product.  1958 Klipsun is dedicated. 
Bricks moving forward.  contrasting pictures of  the  ld the colorful
present, is a

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administration 12  faculty 18  living groups 38  organizations 64  sports
100  activities 138  classes 158 1957 supplement 188  index 194 
acknowledgments 200

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I-I  Before the bricks of progress could rise  the plans and foundations
had to be laid. This was a job  for the administration; outlining and
developing  the blueprints for progress. At left an  instructor of the
college  in its youth is contrasted with  a man of the modern approach, Dr.
Merle Kuder.  i ~E  k. ar 1L~

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from the president's desk ...  The KLIPSUN serves an important purpose in
the Western Washington College of Education in a man-ner  similar to the
purpose yearbooks serve in other colleges. The record of  the year in a
college may be  found in several publications, but not in the manner of the
yearbook. The KLIPSUN set the pattern for  present day publications in
certain, areas of our College. The human interest  record with pictures
appeals  to all, and the emphasis may be on a higher level than many think.
 The year 1957-58 must be recorded as a year of significant progress of the
College. I have reference to the  25  per cent increase in faculty, the
planning of the Science Building and, most important of all, for stu-dent
activities, the financing and planning of the Student Union Building. It is
expected that the Student  Union Building will be completed by June, 1959.
Student activities on this campus are in the beginning  of a new  era.  The
KLIPSUN presents a pictorialized record of progress in a manner to which
all will gladly refer in  the future. We shall always be grateful to
Carolyn Kyle, Editor; Kenneth Robertson, Assistant Editor; James Bliss,
Faculty Advisor; and the student staff members for their wholehearted
efforts in behalf of an excellent book.  W. W. HAGGARD  President

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five with final say ...  Western's Board of Trustees  sealed the campus
future with  appointment of architects for  the new building program. 
Theirs is the final "yes" or "no"  on major college decisions. From  left
to right: Marshall Forrest,  Mrs. Bernice Hall, Chairman  Don Eldridge,
Joseph Pember-ton  and  David Sprague.  college ambassador...  Students met
him first during Welcome  Week, before that in the  books he pub-lished- 
the catalogs and brochures that  describe the courses, the campus and its
setting. Dr. Merle Kuder, head of Stu-dent  Personnel Services, is
Western's  ambassador of welcome and painter of  the picture others will
see as Western.  job-finders and problem-solvers...  Finding part- time
jobs and housing students are rou-tine  work for two of the most familiar
figures on the  Western campus. Mr. C. W. McDonald, Dean of  Men; and Miss
Lorraine Powers, Dean of Women;  find their jobs include solving problems
in campus  houses, setting rules for houses and student activities  and
even approving posters to be displayed in build-ings.

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schedules, credits and debits ...  registration lines moving. The offices
of business,  registration and campus school handle routine, but 
necessary, work in the functioning of Western. At  right, William O'Neil,
assistant director of student  personnel services; Mrs. Dorothy Button,
assistant  registrar; and Registrar Don Ferris go over a new  schedule of
classes.  At left, Mr. Sam Buchanan, comptroller, looks up from a minute of
figuring. His office handles  all money and checks going in and out of the
col-lege, pays salaries, and also keeps track of the  Student Body budget. 
Left, Dr. Raymond Hawk, looking at the Klipsun camera, is direc-tor  of the
Campus School and student teaching. From his lists come assignments for
future teachers to practice what they've learned. Be-low  left, are the
women who wield the pens and pencils of the ad-ministration.  From left to
right are: Miss Mildred Tremain, sec-retary  to the Dean of Women; Mrs.
Edith Stewart, secretary to the  College President; and Mrs. Ethelyn Sisk,
Dean of Men's secretary.  Below right is Miss Elizabeth Hopper, appointment
secretary.

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Eden's Hall staff front row, left to right-Mrs. Gladys Cunning-ham,  Mrs.
Eva Larson, Mrs. Christina Downard (campus school),  Mrs. May Nelson, Miss
Elizabeth Salmon, and Mrs. Luva Pelkey.  Row two- Mrs. Maude Stevens, Mrs.
Effie O'Dell, Mrs. Minnie  Fenno, Mrs. Grace Shaw, Mrs. Rose Moseley.
working behind the scenes . ..  In the morning, at noon, and in the
evening, their  work can be seen in the chow lines; during an Asian  flu
epidemic it can be seen in the slackening of sick  lists; at any time it
can  be seen in the condition of  the buildings, the grounds, and the
classrooms. The  work of the thirty-two people shown here goes on  behind
the scenes at Western, but is necessary to  keep the food coming, the
campus clean, and the  sick list down.  Right-Here is Western's maintenance
crew. Front row, left to right  -Grace Pike, Betty Man, Effie La Plank,
Arthur Norman. Row  two-Mrs. Ehle, Mrs. Johnstone, Wayne Ensign, E. L.
Zimmerman.  Residence halls room service and housekeepers are, left to
right- Mrs. Myrtle Williams (MRH), Mrs. Esther Klineman (Highland),  Mrs.
Lilija Rauda (Edens), Mrs. Bernice Brownrigg (Edens), Mrs.  Marguerite
McCrimmon (Room Service Director).  Men's Residence Hall staff, front row,
left to right-Myrtle Huntley,  Mr. Lind, Gladys Whitney. Row two-Inge
Bilson, Hattie Tuttle, Myrtle White.  Below-Some of the longest waiting
lines  in the college were handled fall quarter  by the nurses, Misses
Viola Summers and  Thelma Palmer, as the flu germ struck  Western along
with the rest of the nation.

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From the (  skirts (as in the  prof lt;  bricks of edi  formed  of high
collars and street-length  faculty picture  at left) Western's  rs have had
the job of laying the  :ion one upon another, until they  teacher-the
product  of Western  sources that progress could install  in its
educational program.  7  a IL  Y-z

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Outstanding new members of the larg-est  faculty in Western's history go
over  WWCE vital statistics with  President  Haggard. Left to right-Dr.
Whitte-more,  Dr. Knox, Archie Binns, Dr.  Haggard.  faculty--candid camera
style  It started with a decision, followed by a vote; next the
appropriation was made, then  to the drawing boards. In a nut shell this is
the story of Western's expansion.  EPIC OF PROGRESS can have many meanings.
To the job of building, to the addi-tion  of new faculty, or even to the
college yearbook, this word "progress" can be attached.  The new look seems
to be all around the college on the hill, but it shows most through  the
thirty-seven new members of the faculty. Down Faculty Row we see the
foundation  being formed for our expansion story-these are the human bricks
in the cornerstones of Western expansion.  New faces, new ideas, soon new
buildings; thus it is fitting that we change the pres- entation  of the
faculty in the yearbook and give them to you the way you know them best 
-in an off- guard, or natural, pose. We could offer you a bare mask posed
in a spotless  void. But here we hold an invitation to a spot behind our
camera lens as we present  WWCE faculty 1957-58.  New man ... new position
... a new combination for a new year  in a building college. Harold
"Barney" Goltz, from Macalaster  College, Minnesota, was hired by the
administration to fill the posi-tion  of Director of Student  Activities.
Number one on his agenda  has been planning for the new Student Union
Building.

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art . .  Draw a line . . . paint a picture . . . design a house-it's  all
art. Western has six faculty members super-vising  this department in which
almost every student  spends at least three hours. A variety of courses is 
offered, including clay modeling, drawing, painting,  lettering, design and
ceramics. Art 101 is a familiar  term to Education majors. This is the
course where  the "I can't draw a straight line" people emerge with  a look
of triumph and a glance that says, "I did it!" Above-Miss Hazel Plympton
heads the Art Department. With an eye for prog-ress,  Miss Plympton has
been responsible  for many modern innovations found in  the department. She
teaches a variety of  subjects, specializing in children's art. Ph.B., M.A.
 Below-Male newcomer to the Western  art corps is David Marsh who teaches 
lettering, commercial art, orientation  and ceramics. B.A., M.S. Miss
Miriam  Peck, a professional fabric designer and  weaver, has exhibited in
major galleries  across the U.S. and Canada. She teaches  oil painting,
color and design, and in-terior  design. B.A., M.A., M.F.A.  Above-An
accomplished artist in her  own right, Miss Ruth Kelsey has received  three
Carnegie scholarships and has had  five solo exhibits. She teaches water
col-ors,  figure drawing and sketching. B.A.,  M.A.  Left-Another new staff
member, Miss lone Foss (right), comes from Montana.  Oil painting and
silver design are her  special interests. She teaches clay model-ing, 
design and figure drawing. B.S.,  M.S. Miss Alice Imhoff (left) comes all 
the way from Hagerstown, Maryland.  At Western she teaches art education, 
drawing technique and orientation. B.S.,  M.A.

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industrial arts . .  With two new instructors and one part time instruc-tor
 in the Industrial Arts Department, Dr. P. H.  Atteberry now has a total of
six full time members  , on his staff. The two new additions were Mr. John 
Hauser and Dr. Earl Hepler. New desks were made  for the extra students in
the Graphic Arts depart-ment,  and one of the supply rooms was converted to
 the new home of Electricity. One instructor, Mr.  Heading the Industrial
Arts Depart- Dick Hall, a graduate from Western, was given the   ment with
its 155 I.A. majors is the job  of Dr. P. H. Atteberry. He also teaches
part-time job of running the General Shop.  classes in Woods, Metals, and
Power  and Transportation. B.S., M.A., Ed.D.  Below- Three of the six
full-time in-structors  in the I.A. Dept. talk over an  interesting event
of the day. Left to right  -Mr. Charles Rice lends his experience  to the
fields of Photography, Engineering  Drawing, and Drafting and Design. 
B.A., M.A. Dr. Earl Hepler teaches  Engineering and Wood Shop. B.S., M.S.,
Ed.D. Mr. John Hauser has the fields of  Metals, Jewelry, and Lapidary.
B.A.,  M.A.  Above-Layout and design is only part  of the Graphic Arts
process headed by  Dr. Ray Schwalm. Along with printing  for the college,
Dr. Schwalm teaches up-per  division courses in the areas of  Printing and
Offset Lithography. B.S.,  M.S., Ed.D.  Right-Weaving, anyone? Miss Edna 
Channer is the person to see. Miss Chan-ner devotes her day to the
elementary  phases of I.A. She is one of the top in-structors  in her
field. B.A., M.A.

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library . ..  Western's storehouse of information was constructed  in 1927,
as shown on page 5. It has become an in-valuable  source of books,
periodicals, and documents.  Students find ready information when they seek
it in  the library.  Reference Librarian, Mr. Herbert Hearsey is a familiar
face to  freshmen in Library 101. Mr. Hearsey has all the answers to "where
 to find what" and is a great help to seeking students. B.A., Ed.M.,  B.S.,
M.S.  Miss Magdalene Almie, left, and Miss Mildred Herrick find  humor in
something the camera didn't catch. Miss Almie is  Catalogue Librarian,
holding B.A. and M.A.L.S. degrees.  Miss Herrick, Librarian, has B.A. and
M.A. degrees.  Shelving a new book, Mrs. Miriam Mathes, left, and Mrs. 
Ellen Siegwarth look over the contents first. Mrs. Mathes is  Librarian of
Children's  Literature and has B.A., M.A.,  B.S., and M.S. degrees. Mrs.
Siegwarth instructs Library  101 and has M.L.S. and B.A. degrees. 
Below-Mr. Ralph Morse, of the Circu-lation  Library, and student Elmira
Rockey find humor in an "overdue no-tice."  Students on the receiving end
don't  fnd them so funny. Mr. Morse has B.A.  and M.A. degrees.  V1

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speech ...  The source of dramatic productions, the debate team,  and
speech defect correction can all be  found on third  floor center.  With a
staff of six instructors, the speech department  teaches a wide variety  of
skills.  One more check of the equipment and Dr. Sene Carlile, head of the 
department, will be ready for business. He teaches both speech cor-rection 
and speech fundamentals. B.A., B.S., Ph.D.  Shoulder  deep in something
undisclosed by the camera are  Mr. Erhard Schinske, left, and Mr. Paul
Herbold. Mr. Schinske is radio instructor while Mr. Herbold is in charge 
of Forensics. Herbold-B.A. in Ed., M.A. Schinske-B.A.,  M.A.  Mr. Mark
Flanders, left, and Dr. William Gregory appear  to be collaborating on play
production ideas as the camera  catches them. Mr. Flanders, Assistant
Professor of Speech,  holds a B.A. and M.A. degree. Dr. Gregory is a
technical  theater director. Ph.D.  Dr. Laurence Brewster offers Speech 100
 and 200 as well as Interpretation to stu-dents  who climb the stairs to
Rm. 313.  B.A., M.A.,  Ph.D.

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english . ..  Every student who graduates from Western spends  at least 12
hours in the English Department. Fresh-men  and sophomores are introduced
to it through  the composition and general literature courses. Col-legian 
and Klipsun workers often enroll in journal-ism  classes. Majors and minors
spend hours in read-ing.  The department itself sponsors The Writer, 
Western's magazine, that publishes  the efforts of stu-dent  short story
writers, poets and essayists. Twelve  instructors keep the department
going.  Head of the department, Dr. Arthur  Hicks, leans back for a few
moments  before one of his classes in English liter-ature.  Dr. Hicks holds
B.A., M.A., and  Ph.D. degrees.  Left-Dr. Lucy Kangley quizzes a stu-dent 
on The Odyssey. Instructor in  courses of general literature, Dr. Kang-ley 
includes graduate study in England  as part of her background. She holds 
B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees. "There's a slip-up somewhere." Caught with
chalk in hand, Mr. With a shelf of novels behind him, and fame throughout
the area  James Bliss, journalism, looks like the guilty party, receiving
repri- as a noted Northwest author, Mr. Archie Binns was hired by the 
mands for his unique spelling from Dr. James O'Brien, assistant college to
spend a few quarters on the campus. Binns teaches creative  professor of
English, and Miss Evelyn Odom, assistant professor of writing and commutes
between his Ferndale home and Western.  Education. Mr. Bliss, B.A., M.A.;
Dr. O'Brien, M.A., P/ I).; Miss  Odom, B.A., M.A.

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Above-Grappling with one of the finer points of grammar, Miss  Leslie Hunt
(center), assistant professor of  English, expresses an idea  to Dr. Moyle
Cederstrom (right), professor of English, as Mr. Annis  Hovde, assistant
professor of English, listens. Miss Hunt holds B.A.  in Ed., M.A.; Dr.
Cederstrom, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; Mr. Hovde,  B.A., MA  Dr. Albert Van Aver,
right, skims with critical eye through  an English text before passing
judgment on it. Professor of  English, Dr. Van Aver received degrees from
Reed and Clare- mont  Colleges and the University of Cincinnati. B.A.,
M.A.,  Ph.D.  foreign languages ...  Language courses in both French and
German,  from beginning foreign language to rapid read-ing,  are offered to
Western students under the  guidance of Dr. Eleanor King, right, head of 
Western's department of foreign  languages.  With a smile of
accomplishment, Mr. Harold Og-den  hands his material to typist pro tem Mr.
Gol-den  Larsen. Ogden is acting assistant professor of  English-B.A.
Larsen is an instructor of English  -B.S., M.A.

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music ...  Choir, band and orchestra; tours around Washington;  opera,
symphony and performing with renowned  visiting artists-that's the Music
Department. Offer-ing  subjects in all musical fields, developing student 
talents, providing entertainment for the College and  for Bellingham-that,
too, is the Music Department.  From orientation to theory, Hammerstein to
Haydn  -that is Western's department of music.  Above left-Studying a
score, Mr. Don Vollstedt, Mr. Jerome Glass  and Miss Edith Strange find the
College Memorial Organ the set-ting  for a Klipsun picture. Mr. Vollstedt
joined the faculty this year, teaching organ, piano and theory. B.M.,
M.S.M., Director of bands  and instrumental methods, Mr. Glass holds B.S.
and M.Mus. de-grees.  Miss Strange teaches piano and studied in New York,
Chi-cago,  San Francisco.  Left-Ready to combine talents and in-struments 
are Mrs. Nonie Stonehouse  and Mr. Arthur Thal. Campus instru-mental 
music, applied music and wood-winds  are taught by Mrs. Stonehouse. B.M.E.
Mr. Thal, who teaches violin,  has studied under eminent violinists. 
Left-Head of the Music Department,  Dr. Frank D'Andrea directs the
Bel-lingham  Civic Symphony, also teaches  music literature and music
methods in  the department. He holds B.A., M.A.,  and Ed.D.  Below--James
Brauninger, violin  in-structor  (B.M., M.M.), left; Miss Elea-nor 
Chesarek, campus school music in-structor  (B.S., M.H.), center; and Miss 
Mira Booth, music orientation instruc-tor  (A.B., M.A.); look over a book
of  music. Left--Mr. Bernard Regier, director of  voice and choral music,
and advisor to  campus vocal groups, is a graduate of  Kansas State
College. He holds B.S.,  M.M. degrees.  Left-Having received degrees at the
University of Oklahoma, Mr. Joe Knight  is another new addition to the
Western  faculty. He teaches music theory, piano,  voice, orchestration,
chorus and music  orientation. B.M., M.M.

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social studies...  For those with a business head,  ECONOMICS fills the
bill.  Doubling its staff in the past   four years, the department offers 
a variety of courses from Intro-duction  to Business to National Income
Analysis. The four  staff members of this depart-ment  are carefully
training po-tential  Henry Fords for the  complex society they will meet 
outside Western's walls.  Right-Dr. Erwin Mayer teaches Prin-ciples  of
Economics, Labor Economics,  Business Cycles, Business Statistics, and 
Money and Banking. He received de-grees  from Hunter College and the
Uni-versity  of Washington-B.A., Ph.D. Right-Instructor of Accounting,
Finan-cial  Analysis, and Business Law, Mr.  Byron Haglund received degrees
from  University of Minnesota. B.B.A., M.A.,  C.P.A.  Right-Mr. Howard
Mitchell looks over  an article as the shutter clicks. He teaches 
Principles of Economics, Money and  Banking, and Public Finance, to name  a
few. B.A., M.A.  Above- With a few minutes to himself,  Mr. Arthur White
leafs through some  reading material. Mr. White teaches  Principles of
Accounting. He holds a  Master of Business Administration de-gree  from the
University of Washington.  No hunt and peck system allowed here. At the
right  are Miss Virginia Templeton and Dr. Harold Palmer  who teach how to
type the RIGHT way. Miss  Templeton teaches Shorthand, Typewriting,
Tran-scription,  Business Correspondence, and Secretarial  Practice. B.S.,
M.S. Numerous Business Education  subjects are taught by Dr. Palmer also.
He holds  A.B., M.Ed., and Ed.D. degrees.

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social studies ...  From Anthropology to Political Science, or Business 
Education to Sociology, the department of Social  Studies covers a lot of
territory. Nineteen staff mem-bers  are in this department, each with his
own field  of specialization. Any student going through West-ern  is bound
to take at least one Social Studies course,  whether it be History,
Geography, Economics, An-thropology,  Business Administration, or
Sociology.  Above right-Intent on matters at hand, Dr. Keith Murray appears
 deep in concentration as the camera catches him. Teacher of History,  Dr.
Murray possesses B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees.  "It says here .. ." points
out Dr. August  Radke, leftto, Dr. Bernard Boylan. Re-ceiving his degrees
from the University  of Washington, Dr. Radke teaches Ameri-can  History.
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Courses  in European History are taught by Dr.  Boylan,
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Above-Mr. Richard Whittemore, right, Above-Mr. Edward
Arntzen is head  and Mr. Harley Miller are both History of the Social 
Studies Department. He  teachers new to Western this year. Mr. teaches
American History, American Whittemore has his A.B. and M.A. and Economics,
and History and Government  Mr. Hiller his B.A. and M.A. of Washington.
A.B., M.A.  Approximately 350 students per quarter take courses  in
SOCIOLOGY and ANTHROPOLOGY. Devel-oping  within the past ten years, the
first Sociologist  appeared on Western's campus in '49 followed  shortly by
an Anthropologist in '51.  Right--"A Polynesian shark's tooth club, what
else?" answers Dr.  Herbert Taylor, who teaches both Sociology and
Anthropology. B.A., M.A., and Ph.D.

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social studies ...  Oceans and rivers, ports and people, crops, cap-itols, 
and cartography are all studied in GEOG-RAPHY.  The four members of this
department give stu-dents,  with the help of maps, globes, and texts,  a
trip around the world. Courses in Economic  Geography, Geography and World
Affairs, and Weather and Climate all help to give a broader  world outlook
to interested students.  Above left-A class on the Pacific Northwest or
Physical Ge-ography?  Mr. Robert Monahan, geography instructor, beams from
behind his globe. B.A., M.A.  Above-Associate Professor Dr. Howard 
Critchfield makes his mark on a quiz  paper. Dr. Critchfield teaches
Mountain  and Anglo-American Geography as well  as Weather and Climate.
B.A., M.A.,  Ph.D.  Above-Browsing in the files, Dr. Frank  Neuber looks up
to face the camera. Po-litical  Science is Dr. Neuber's specialty.  B.A.,
M.A., Ph.D.  Above-Dr. Elbert Miller, new to the department this year,
instructs classes in  Latin America, Asia, and Physical Ge-ography.  B.A.,
M.A., Ph.D.  Left-What's in a book? Dr. Angelo Anastasio, as-sistant 
professor of Sociology and Miss Nona Glazer,  Sociology, exchange a few
laughs over this one. Dr.  Anastasio teaches The Family and Social Theory
as  well as other subjects. M.A., Ph.D. Miss Glazer, new  to Western this
year, is originally from Chicago.  B.A., M.A.

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science . ..  Full speed ahead and on to a  brighter day. The Science
De-partment,  now situated in the North wing of Old Main, is  looking
forward to a new build-ing  to be constructed in the  near future. Site of 
the building  is shown on page four. With  plans now being made, wistful 
daydreams are fast becoming a   reality.  Miss Leona Sundquist is chairman
of Deeply involved in plans for the new W.W.C.E. may well be proud  the
Science Department. She teaches both building, Dr. Fred Knapman takes time 
Biology and Science for the Elementary out for a picture. He teaches
Chemistry of this new building she is ac- School. A Bellinghamite, Miss
Sundquist and Science Education. B.A., M.S., quiring and of the significant
 attended the University of Washington. Ed.D.  A.B., M.S. stature she
acquires with it.  Left-Dr.  Charles Flora and Dr. Marion Besserman look on
while  Mr. William Dittrich demonstrates the workings of atmospheric 
pressure apparatus. Biological Science and Science Education are  taught by
Dr. Flora, who holds his B.S., Ed.M., and Ed.D. Mr.  Dittrich is an
instructor in Physics, Elementary Electronics, and  Science 101. B.S., M.S.
Dr. Besserman, a native of New York City,  teaches Physical Science and
Chemistry. B.S., M.S., Ph.D.  Below-Left to right are Dr. James Martin,
Miss Meribeth Mitch-ell,  Mr. Declan Barron, and Dr. Arnold Lahti. Dr.
Martin is an  instructor in Botany and General Biology. B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
New  to the department this year, Miss Mitchell teaches Biological
Sci-ences.  B.S., M.S. Many freshmen are familiar with Mr. Barron as 
Science 101 and Biological Science 103 instructor. B.A., M.A. Dr.  Lahti
teaches Science Education, History and Philosophy of Science,  and Physical
Science. B.A., Ph.D.  Above-Geology is taught by Dr. Calder  Bressler,
left, who attended Pennsylvania  State University. Ph.D. Science majors 
and minors are familiar with Dr. Low-ell  Eddy, right, who teaches General 
Chemistry and Qualitative and Quanti-tative  Analysis. B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

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Right-Miss Ruth Platt, left, and Miss Marie Pabst seem to prove  that even
skeletons can be humorous as the shutter clicks. Miss Pabst  teaches
Geology and Science Education. B.A., M.A. Zoology and Genetics classes are
conducted by Miss Platt who has her B.S. and  M.S. degrees.  Right-Training
future  nurses is the responsibility of Mrs. Florence  Kirkpatrick.
Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, History of Nursing,  and Health and
Hygiene give Mrs. Kirkpatrick a busy schedule.  B.S., B.A., M.A. 
mathematics .. .  With the ever present demand for mathematics de-grees, 
the Math Department is busy turning out quali-fied  people to meet the
trend. Majors and minors  are offered as well as one year in
pre-engineering  and professional courses for teachers.  The department
faculty has more than doubled in  the past ten years and course offerings
have been in-creased  considerably.  Left-Time out for a coffee break. Mr.
James Hildebrand finds a moment to  relax before getting back to Matrices 
and Determinants or Linear Abstract  Algebra. M.A.  Right-Mr. Harlan
Bartram and Mr.  George Witter, instructors in Mathemat-ics, puzzle over a
present problem. Mr.  Bartram is a native of Colorado, and  Mr. Witter, of
Indiana. Both hold B.A.  and M.A. degrees.  Above-Known to freshmen who
take his 151 class, Mr.  Harvey Gelder, chairman of the department, gives a
sound  foundation in Mathematics. Advanced Calculus is also  taught  by Mr.
Gelder. A.B., M.A.

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home economics .. .  Preparing future homemakers for tasks ahead,
edu-cating  potential Mary Lee Taylors, and providing  reinforcements for
the teaching demand-it all comes  under Home Economics. Here girls learn
competence  in the kitchen, good taste in clothing, and basic ele-ments  of
nutrition.  The department also offers a foods course for men  which is
said to turn out A-1 barbecue chefs.  Above-Head  of the Home Economics
Department,  Miss Linda Countryman has studied at Downer  College as well
as  Columbia University. She teaches  a combination of foods and nutrition
at Western.  B.S., M.A.  Below- Household Equipment, Food Preparation, 
Home Furnishings, and Home Management are  among the subjects taught by
Mrs. Lucille Barron,  B.A., M.A.  Above-A few last minute instructions on
the right tempera-ture  and into the oven it goes, advises Miss Dorothy
Rams-land,  foods instructor. B.S., M.S. Left-Mrs. Edith Larrabee
specializes in Textiles, Clothing  Selection, and Clothing Construction.
Mrs. Larrabee is a  graduate of both Texas and Colorado State Colleges.
B.S.,  M.A.

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physical education.. .  Two new members were added to the P.E.  staff this
year, one for each side of the build-ing.  Mrs. Mildred Hoelscher joined
forces on  the women's side and Mr. Rowland Smith  added his talents to the
men's faculty.  Above right-Mr. Charles Lappenbusch, Director of
Ath-letics,  is caught in an  off guard moment as he lectures to one  of
his many classes. Mr. Lappenbusch teaches Kinesiology, and the straight
line philosophy: B.S., M.A.  Above left-Taking time out from her schedule
is Miss Ruth Weythman, head of Women's P.E. One of her favorite hob-bies 
is collecting dolls, a few of which are shown here. B.S.,  M.A.  Left- Once
a student at Western and now  an associate professor, Miss Margaret  Aitken
is a prime force behind women's  athletics. She plans and promotes the 
female intramural program. B.A.,  M.A., Ed.D.  Above-Adding to the feminine
angle of Physical Education  are staff members, left to right-Miss Ruth
Hull, B.S., M.S.,  Mrs. Mildred Hoelscher, B.S., M.A., and Dr. Emelia
Kilby,  B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. Mrs. Hoelscher is from Hartford,  Connecticut.
 Below-Heading the coaching staff at Western are, left to  right--Mr. Ray
Ciszek, Mr. John Kulbitski, and Mr. Jack  Hubbard. Ciszek coaches track and
is chairman of men's  P.E. B.S., M.S. Kulbitski is football and swimming
coach.  B.S., M.A. Hubbard coaches basketball, holding a B.A. and  M.A.
These three men hold responsibility for the present state  of athletics
records at Western.  Above-Mr. Rowland Smith, new member of men's P.E. 
staff, is assistant football coach. His hard hitting enthusiasm  for the
game helped  put the Viks in third place this year.  B.S., M.A.

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education . ..  The Department of Education began with the found-ing  of
the College in 1893, since teacher education  was the primary function of
the College. The de-partment  has now grown to fourteen members. As  the
College has grown so has the Education Depart-ment.  In 1947 the Division
of Graduate Studies  was founded with three students. Its growth to 200 
today is characteristic of the entire  department.  Above-Dr. Irwin Hammer,
chairman of the de-partment,  received his Ed.D. from Columbia
.Uni-versity.  He is well-known by students taking Hu-man  Growth and
Development or Curriculum courses.  Standing at the left is Dr. Don Blood, 
who teaches Evaluation in the Public  Schools, Statistics, and Introduction
to  Education. Dr. Blood received his M.A.  and Ph.D. from the State
University of  Iowa.  Talking to Dr. Blood is Mr. Elvet  Jones, who teaches
Psychology, Guidance  and Counseling, and Human Develop-ment.  Mr. Jones
spent the last four years  at the University of Minnesota as a part-time 
instructor while working on his  degree. B.A., M.A., Ph.D.  Below-Dr.
William Budd, on the left, is Assistant Director  Below-On the left is Dr.
Maurice Freehill, who teaches Edu- of the  Bureau of Research and teaches
in the field of Educa-cational  Psychology and Counseling. Dr. Freehill
received tional Psychology. He holds a B.A., B.S., M.A., and Ph.D.  his
Ed.D. from Stanford. Conferring with him is Mr. Ralph degrees. On his right
is Dr. Robert Zaslow. Dr. Zaslow re-  Thompson, who also teaches in the
field of Education and ceived his Ph.D. at the University of California and
teaches  holds A.B., M.A., and Ed.M. degrees. in the general field of
Psychology.

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Dr. William B. Knox, previously em-ployed  in international education,
State  Department, Washington, D.C., teaches  education courses. Dr. Knox
received his  Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin.  Coming to Western from
San Diego,  California, where he was Senior Re-search  Psychologist at
Convair, is Dr. Henry L. Adams. Psychology and educa-tion  are his fields
of teaching.  Above are Mr. Halldor C. Karason, at  right, who teaches
philosophy, and Mr.  Dewey A. Slough, who teaches psychol-ogy.  Mr. Slough
was educated in Mon-tana  and Indiana. Mr. Karason re-ceived  his M.A. from
the University of Washington.  Left-Dr. Alan Ross teaches in the field of
education. He holds his  B.A. in Ed., M.A., and PhD. Dr. David McDonald,
who teaches  general psychology, adolescent psychology and audio-visual
courses,  holds A.B., M.A. and Ed.D. degrees.  Western's Psychology
Department is comparatively new, having been made separate from the
Education  Department in 1947. It now offers the four-year course leading
to the Bachelor of Arts degree.  Right-Dr. Charles W. Harwood, who teaches
psychology. He re-ceived  his B.S., M.S., and PhD. degrees from the
University of  Washington.

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Above-Ceramics is the topic of conversation today with Dr. Bear-nice  Skeen
(left), Miss Vivian Johnson and Miss Ruby Mclnnes.  All three supervise
student teachers. Dr. Skeen holds B.S., M.S.,  Ed. D.; Miss Johnson, B.A.,
M.A.; Miss Mclnnes, M.A.  Above-Mr. Frank Punches and Pat  Sundal hold an
informal conversation  on problems of student teaching. Mr.  Punches is a
supervisor at the secondary level. B.A., M.A.  student teacher supervisors 
Below-Jiggs, campus mascot, self-adopt-ed,  drops in on Elizabeth Gregory
and  Mr. Willard Brown. Both supervise stu-dent  teachers. Mrs. Gregory,
B.A.  Brown,  B.S.  Left-Mrs. Jean Shepard gives advice  to two student
teachers assigned to her.  Mrs. Shepard supervises secondary stu-dent 
teaching. B.A., M.A.  Below, left-Checking over material are  Dr. Mary
Watrous (left) and Mrs.  Mabel Hodges. Dr. Watrous, from Spo-kane, 
instructs in teaching techniques., Ed.D., A.B., M.A. Also in teaching 
techniques, Mrs. Hodges is originally  from Illinois. B. Ed., M.A.
Below-Mr. Stewart Van Wingerden (left) and Dr. Donald  Brown exchange
comments over a reference book. Mr. Van Winger-den  supervises student
teachers during the regular years and in-structs techniques and workshops
in the summer. B.A., M.A. Dr.  Brown teaches techniques classes and
supervises at the secondary  level. B.S., M.A., Ed. D.

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Storytime is a favorite with kindergarteners, as can be seen  here.
Children cluster around Miss Synva Nicol, teacher and  supervisor of
student teachers. B.A., M.A.  campus school  When student teachers try
their wings, the  Campus School provides an opportunity for  practice
teaching and observation under care-ful  supervision.  Under the direction
of Dr. Raymond F. Hawk,  the Campus School offers classes for  children 
from kindergarten to the sixth grade. In this  way actual classroom
situations provide an au- thentic  atmosphere for future teachers. 
Admiring the creative work of their young artists are, left to  right- Miss
Corrine Klann, Mrs. Marglen Vike, and Miss  Katherine Casanova. Miss Klann
teaches second grade and  has her B.A. and M.A. degrees. Mrs. Vike is in
charge of  third graders and has her B.A. Miss  Casanova teaches first 
grade, having her B.S. and M.A.  Miss Priscilla Kinsman, left, and Mrs.
Edith Baker, right,  enjoy a breath of fresh air during recess. Miss
Kinsman  teaches fifth grade and has her M.A. and Ph.D. in Educa- Mr. Clark
Brown, sixth grade teacher, is a former Klipsun  tion. Mrs. Baker has 
Campus School fourth graders. B.S., Editor. Below he makes a mark of
approval on one of his  M.A. students' papers. B.A., M.A.

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Outstanding proof of a college's progress can  be found in its living
quarters. The old Edens Hall,  a frame building at extreme left, would
hardly  begin to hold a fraction of the present enrollment.  And so with
progress came the construction  of ultra-modern Edens North Hall, Highland
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Above, left to right, front row-Mary Classen, Jean Wallace, Ella  Awa,
Marilyn Johnson, Jane Ann Sivertson, Gloria Nunn, Shar-ron  Olson, Mary Ann
Bosnich. Second row-Kay Cochran, Karo-lynn Godwin, Janet Egge, Judy
McDonnell, Kay Johnson, Marilyn  Ladwig, Janice Crivello, Jean Rey. Third
row  - Carol Firkins,  Karen Derrick, Nancy Sherman, Anne MacDonald,
Colleen Peth,  Demarious Moore, Jane Dyson, Betty Erdman. Fourth row-Jean 
Berglund, Patti Eppig, Barbara Mackey, Joanne Matthews, Donna  Thompson,
Marcy Waite, Elaine Karstens, Darleen Fitzpatrick.  edens hall ... home of
color and of light  Below, left to right, front row-Janet Berges, Janet
Dodd, Agnes  Dixon, Trula Wright, Joy Sherman, Pat Wilson, Sylvia
Carbon-atto,  Mary Fullerton. Second row-Jo Ann Elvestrom, Ruth Gold-
blatt,  Doreen Higley, Patsy De Bernardis, Joan Patton, Sally  Fugitt,
Glenda Tuttle, Karen Lorenz. Third row-Peggy Taylor,  Barb Bumgarner, Pat
Hart, Sylvia Thomason, Donna Swanland,  Marianne Swanson, Donnette Coble,
Sara Butler. Fourth row-  Marge Youngquist, Betsy Lind, Clarice Nyhus,
Florence Palmer,  Karen Laulainen, Joyce Pietila, Helen Jule Erdman, Sharon
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Careful not to neglect their studies and watch  grade points go down, Edens
Hall enjoyed an-other socially full year.  Social calendar events which may
be recalled  are the Thanksgiving and Christmas banquets,  the
upperclassmen's Christmas Breakfast, the  open house and teas, the fireside
with MRH, the pansy breakfast for the freshmen, mother's  weekend and the
picnic with MRH-to men-tion  a few. Not  to be forgotten are the
Home-coming  display, "Viking Buddha," the Edens-sponsored  mixer, and
laryngitis that came from  competing for the loudhouse trophy.  officers at
edens have busy year. . Below, left to right, front row-Phyllis Hirni,
Barbara Bos, Jacque  Mays, Joann McElravy, Amelia Bellotti, Marilyn
Thatcher, Mari-lyn  Almgren, Karen Moskeland. Second row-Carolyn Kyle, Jean
 Ensman, Bietta Purvis, Joan Hendrickson, Barbara Price, Judy  Betts,
Barbara Jamieson, Joyce Fairfield, Carolyn Kallgren. Third  Above, left to
right, sitting-Bobbe Bender, vice-president;  Mrs. Olive Rappuhun, North
Hall  housemother; Mrs. Lela  Haynes, South Hall housemother. Standing-Lois
Souda,  treasurer; Hisa Hayashida, president.' Missing is Jerri Mc-  Nutt,
secretary.  row-Beth Wyngarden, Sharon Anderson, Jan  Zachau, Judyann 
West, Ruth Haynes, Marion Kemp, Lorraine Sieber, Nancy Van-dermeer.  Back
row- Janice Kleinsorge, Kay Wilson, Ann Wyant,  Sharon Andreasen, Barbara
Tam, Kathy Garrett, Bonnie Ken-nedy,  Jeanne Hardy, Joy Halvorsen.

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Above, left to right, front row-Mozelle Kramer, Carol Greeley, Barbara
Gustin, Ann Wann, Shelley Brock, Diana Ryan, Judy  Catherine Cresap, Lynda
Compton, Bonnie Wheeler, Lois Souda, Nordmark, Lenora Wilkins, Marlene
Peterson. Back row-Jero-  Judy Boos, Joan Benson. Second row-Linda
Salisbury, Marjorie lynn Zion, Frances Honsowetz, Shirley Kelley, Elinor
Muenscher,  Bowser, Loretta Tanaka, Joyce Pedersen, Kay Stuestall, Judy
Orr, Carol Kimball, Lorna Dudley, Laura O'Connor, Lois Hungerford.  Lynda
Hansen, Nancy Roberts. Third row-Judith Slettedahl,  social calendar filled
by many events ... Right-President Hisa Hayashida per-forms  one of her
executive duties, con-ducting  a house meeting.

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highland hall combines good times with studying  Beside being one of the
newest additions to  Below, left  to right-Mrs. Lois Laveille, housemother;
Bruce Fuller, Vikingville, Highland Hall was also one of parliamentarian;J
ack Thompson, president; Chris Mehl, vice-president:  Bob Gustavson. social
chairman:  Dale Bosshart. athletic the busiest halls. Ninety-six men with
inter-ests  which varied from music to athletics kept  their college home
an active place.  Above, left to right, front row-Joe Fosnick, Larry
Whitney,  Norm Vance, Simon Singleton, Fredrick Emerson, Jerry  Caton,
Scott White. Second row-Rod Partee, Dave Peh-ling,  George Wynn, John
Walls, Rolf Ole'Redal, Willy  Caldwell, Roger Jensen, Rudy Schmidt. Back
row-Dean  Gregorius, Don Saunders, Tom Vail, Gary Wills, David  Buff, Mike
McVay, Tony Whitefield, Loren Kraetz, Bill  Clark, Tom Aston.  Below, left
to right, front row-Don Buhman, Charles  Blue, Don  Anderson, Lowell
Sonmore, David Soder, Larry Marsh, Wes Sulli-van.  Second row-Jerry
Sullivan, Gary Taylor, Dick Redmond,  John Holroyd, Wally McGuin, Michael
Eads, Rupert Moore, Wil- liam  Wittenfeld. Back row-Fred Corbin, Merle
Knotts, Elmer  Keiske, Robert Oberg, Robert Jensen, Gary  Pearson, Dave
Erickson.  chairman.  t  l

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Above, left to right, front row-Leonard Satterfield, Charles Stutz,  Gil
Dobbe, Al Hoppenrath, Ron Thompson, Donald Lilleness, Paul  Lilleness.
Second row-Jay Mossman, Ron Bruton, Ray Gwinn,  Bobby  Brown, John
Richardson, Dennis Sheppard, Mel Joy, Jim  Hodgson. Back  Ginder, Gordon 
McKillip, Gary  row-Jim Stow, Jack Miller, Jack Hagen, Jack  Wilson, Ray
MacDermott, Roger Dollarhide, Larry Phillips, Jerry Harkleroad.  Below,
left to right, front row-Jim Henry, Hugh Brawford, Gary  Cleasby, Leo
Marty, Roy Bueler, Ron Saltis, Gerald Schiele, Jerry  Beringer, John Hills.
Second row-Earl Kerr, Larry Ernst, Don  Gangnes, Frank Carlson, Rich
Oertli, Jim Hansen, Jim Kelly,  men's residence hall Sportsmen, scholars,
students from  foreign countries, musicians and stu-dent  leaders all found
a welcome home  at MRH. Officers at left,  left to right-Mrs. Imogene
Anderson, housemother;  Jon Speck, John Love, Dick Kure, Larry O'Don-nell, 
Fred Boede.  Bernie Durnan, Gordon Wilson. Back row-Gordy Harms, Bob 
Neisinger, Pat Gerspacher, Tom Booth, Leo Dodd, Dennis Mc-  Hugo, Dave
Amos, John Bingman, Dick Cady, Doug Simpson,  Chuck Jordan, Dave Sicks.

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mathes house  The twenty-six men of Mathes put together a  Homecoming
display that walked away with   top honors in the animated division. Mathes
 was also the home of top-flight intramural  basketball, flag football, and
bowling teams.  Above, left to right, sitting-Mrs. DeGrace housemother.
Standing  -Ed Elm, Ken Haag, Larry Freshley, officers.  Below, left to
right, front row-Hal Poncin, Frank McMinds,  Don Hedstrom, Glenn Goodner.
Second row-Curt Gauss, Bob  Draper, Bob Stephens, Dick Van Demark. Back
row-Richard  McKinley, Ross Harper, Bill Frazier, Tom Geisness, Duane 
Hagstrom.

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senior hall  Left picture, officers, left to right- Carol Beck, social
chairman;  Joan Laulainen, vice-president;  Louella Vaughn,
secretary-treas-urer;  sitting-Linda Arrington, president.  Middle picture,
left to right, front  row-Arlene Wersen, Sue Stacie,  Heather MacKenzie.
Back row-Paula Rupp, Dixie Spaan, Shir-ley Graham, Lou Ann Lemley.  Bottom
picture, front row-Nina Ayers, Marilyn Jensen, Lonny  Perrine. Back
row-Gail Denny, Diane Nelson, Leslie Pinckney,  Sue Nyhus.  "Always stick
together" seemed to be the motto of  the eighteen girls making Senior Hall
their home,  for they could be found doing just that-staying   together.
Sponsors of the annual Valentine's Day  Barn Dance, the girls also
participated heavily in Homecoming events while enjoying their redecorated 
hall. Also on the docket was the planning and han- dling  of the spring
Mardi Gras.

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kluane  Truly one of the "loudest houses on campus"  last year, the Kluane
clan sought to keep up  their reputation this year. In addition to 
strained vocal cords, the girls found an un-welcome  visitor in Asiatic
Flu, but neverthe-less  managed to make pom poms for the Home-coming 
football game. Officers were, at right,  sitting- Mrs. Todd, housemother.
Standing, left to right-  Ann Collins, secretary-treasurer; Marquita Olson,
vice-president;  Janet Nott, president.  Right, left to right, front
row-Dixie  Hughes, Marlys  Fatland, Gayle Gad-berry,  Jane O'Malley. Back
row-Sharon  Hopkins, Charlotte Bradford, Mrs.  Todd, Sharon LaFleur. 
Below, left to right, front row-Pat Genszler, Suzie Drake,  Maude Wood,
Judy Colby. Back row-Dorothy Caillier, Col-leen  Moore, Nancy Bashey,
Darlene Meade.

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Athletic activities held the interest of most of the  twenty men living at
Daniel's Hall. The Daniel's  crew boasted the Class "A" league basketball
cham-pionship  as well as showing adeptness in skiing, dramatics, music,
and even ping pong. Student lead-ers  also found this a good place to live.
Living  there were:  above, left to right, front row-Bob Lorentson, Al
Kamps, Hugh  Moody, Jim Noyes, Ray Kycek. Back row-Bob Burges, Ralph 
Pistoresi,B ob PoldervartJ, im Kern, Wayne Greenough.  hospice inn  One
house with which no one would even consider  starting a friendly argument
is Hospice Inn, which  has in its folds an ex-state judo champ. The Inn 
also boasted five members of the varsity and junior  varsity football teams
as well as band members and  dramatists. Officers, at right are,  left to
right-Doug Simpson, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Bannerman,  housemother; Ed
Melbourne, vice-president.

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Above, sitting-Mrs. Allen, housemother.  Standing-Gene Cole, president;
Fred  Soth, vice-president. Ofcers, left to right-Mary Doumit,  secretary;
Mrs. Littleton, housemother;  Carol Isham, president.  alpine court  Alpine
Court again brought home intramural bas-ketball  honors this year.  Left to
right, front row - Clifford Johnson, Stan Garland, Jim  Sporer, Ernest
Woodfield. Second row-Clifford Salisbury, Gordon Martin, Tony Clinton,
Bruce Tennant, Robert Smelling, Mrs.  Allen, housemother. Back row-Carl
Nelson, Fred Sellner, Darrow  Nelson, Dee Pollom, Marvin Harris, Bud
Richardson.  littleton's lodge  Home Economics majors are predominant at
this  busy house which also supplied ASB and A WS  committees  with many
helpful members.  Left to right, front row-Barbara Etherton, Mrs.
Littleton, Grace  Balsley, Diane Olsen. Back row-Marlys Petterson, Sally
Nelson,  Eleanore Aursness.

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Below, left to right-Karen Knott, Jan Swanson, Helen  Smith, Jane Adams,
Sandra Adams.  harborview hall  Even though deluged with  studies, these
thirteen girls still  found time to do their own  cooking. Officers are,
above:  left to right-Arlene Allen, Sharon Den-ney,  Mrs. Hunsaker,
housemother; Marge Racine, Karen Carroll.  spencer hall  Not to be outdone
in social and  campus activities, the Spencer  Hall  girls kept busy. They 
brought home top honors in  the Homecoming skits with a  "Tokyo Rose
Review." The of-ficers  are, below:  left to right-Carrie Brown,
vice-presi-dent;  Sharon Wilson, president; Mrs. Spears, housemother; Alice
Emes, secre-tary;  Betty Olson, treasurer.  Above, left to right, front
row- Leslie Larson, Jeri Peterson,  Dorothy McKinnie, Dianne Sells. Back
row-Joann Rozman,  Kit Dabney, Judy Harvey, Peggy Owner, Mary Ann Har-less,
 Linda Lundberg, Vernita Michelsen.

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Right picture, officers, left to right-Conny Saab, vice-presi-dent;  Mrs.
Markwood, housemother; Gerald Koll; president.  Below, front row, left to
right-Dave Wallace, Bob Thor-grimson,  Rich Nickels. Back row - JerryR
abdau, Larry  Wyckoff, Andy Reinland, Don Hedstrom, Stephen Doutrich. 
Smarquis  Extremely active in campus  affairs these ten young men  found
Marquis Hall a good  place to study as well as a friendly place to live.
All say  that they are lovers of Hi-Fi  music and a majority adventure  on
skis. Below, left to right, frot row- Willie Rinell, Carol Renner, 
Kathleen Baird, Kitty Woods, Marie Steiger. Back row-  Evelyn Ahrens, Joyce
Horne, Janet Duncan, Marken Robert-son.  bayview  A large variety of campus
activ-ities  proved to be popular with  these 14 young women living  at
Bayview, who made claim that their best talent was eating  their own
cooking. An ex-change  with Marquis Hall was  one of the highlights of the 
year for the frosh.  Right picture-Officers: Mrs. W. Beasly, housemother;
Kar-ene Kraetz, president; Wandalee Walker, vice-president;  Marilyn
Stedman, secretary; Judith Carlson, representative;  Judy Prentz,
treasurer.

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ywca  Five freshmen, three sophomores, two  juniors, and a senior, all from
the state  of Washington, took advantage of the  YWCA's living quarters
this year.  Left to right, front row-Gail Galbraith, college
representative; Gladys MacLean, Lil Kelln, Lynn-ette  Stilwill, Kathleen
Millman, Mrs. Frank Bible. Second row-Patsy Brown, Kaydence Foster. Third 
row-Hiroko Matsumoto, Grace Ploeg, Dolores  Urch. Back row-Carol Holms,
Joan Torgeson,  Sue Malernee.  patterson  Patterson Hall is the home of 
skiers, an Interclub Council  member and boys with many  different
interests. Not to be  left out of the fun is the friendly  mascot dog,
Pepper.  Left to right, front row-Ronald Riese,  Robert Leick, Gene
Harrison, Richard   Perry, president; Charles McCurdy.  Back row-Stanley
Torseth, Jim Nelson,  Travis Wills, Gordon Johnson, Jerry  Bourasaw, Frank
Mecklenburg, Mrs.  Melba Patterson, housemother.  barr's hall  Hailing from
as far as Alaska and Cali-fornia,  these thirteen girls, mostly trans-fer 
students, helped Barr's Hall initiate  its first year as a women's house.
"The  Barr Family" exchanged evenings with  Marquis and Terrace Halls as
well as  being active on campus.  Left to right, front row-Lesley Cox, Jean
Dun-ham. Second row-Mary Sugimoto, Karen Kessel-ring,  Carol Hawkins, Mrs.
Barr, housemother;  SGerry Jones, Fay Hansen. Back row-Joan Smiley,  Sylvia
Obermeyer, Barbara Logsdon, Mari Lou  Mouncer, Shirley Bjorgen, Marietta
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boothe's  Five girls found an enjoyable home  away from home in living at
Boothe's  on Garden Street below the college.  They were:  left to
right-Janet Johnson, Jean Odmark, Mrs.  Elsa Boothe, housemother; Barbara
Petersen, presi-dent;  Arlette Cantrell.  dominant major of the energetic 
girls living at 513 Ivy Street.  LThese co-eds were also known  for their
many on-campus proj-ects.  They are:  left to right, front row-Roberta
Zatar-ain,  Betty Franz, Virginia Gilson, Bon-nie  Skei. Left to right,
back row- Doro-thy  Tonstad, Gail Tuininga, Midge  Loser, Esther Rousso,
Joan Hilliker,  Karen Olson, Joann Rozman.  hansen house  Living across
from Eden's Hall made it  handy for the men of Hansen House  to use their
prize possession, a tele-scope.  Hobbies at this house ranged  from guitar
playing and bugle blowing  to sports cars. Living there were:  left to
right, front row-Kirby Cleveland, Mrs.  Edith Cunningham,  Ken McCullough,
Dick Bishop.  Back row-Mohammed Usman, Robert Hall,  Roger Kinnune, George
Aydelott, Dennis Fish,  Dave Laster, Neil Clough, Dick Huvinen, Dick 
Larsen.

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stewarts  These four young men living  at Stewart Hall found their 
studying to be along the same  line- education. They are:  left to right,
front row-Jerry Schuler,  Charles R. Stewart, Mrs. Charles R.  Stewart,
housemother; Dick Canfield.  Back row-Tom Kjolso, Bill Giersch.  college
view  Being right across from the  College makes it mighty handy  for late
sleeping at 507 High  Street. Living there are:  left to right, front
row-Fred Meyers,  Joe Hallberg, Mrs. Albert Crape, house-mother;  Howard
Logue, Ernie Eerkes. Back row-Pat Mitchell, Bill Sundberg,  Boyd Kallicott,
Herm Eerkes.  elkins hall  The twenty-four young ladies  dwelling at Elkins
Hall will be  remembered for their produc-tion  of "Tea House of the
El-kin's Moon" during Homecom-ing.  They are:  left to right, front
row-Shirley Grove,  Jerry Holman, Molly Torticil, secretary-treasurer; 
Virginia Eacrett, Donna Berg,  Grace Ploeg. Second row-Susan Henry,  Karen
Wong, president; Mrs. Aubrey  Elkins, housemother; Sally Van Bevers, 
vice-president; Joanne Clough. Back  row-Marcia Lindberg, Sylvia May-hew, 
Barbara Hicks, Lee Myers, Sharon  Smith, Marilyn Markow,  Karron Wil-liams,
 Nikki Helman, Linda Hartnagel,  Joan Torgeson, Janis Russell, Carol
Cyrus.

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forest inn  Having just plain fun and  studying together were enjoyed  by
the girls living across from  St. Joseph's Hospital.  Right picture, front
row, left to right-  Kay Turner, Betty Jean Hold, Mrs. Axel Sundquist,
Joanne Walston. Back row-  Janice Nelson, Shirley Willet, Ann  Sotland,
Chloe Arbogast. eckdahls  Korean War veterans banded  together to make up
this living  group which consists of one senior and two frosh.  Right
picture, sitting-Dale Elliott, Mrs.  Eckdahl, housemother; Wally Barratt.
Standing-Jerry Doolittle.  glovers  All four classes are well repre-sented 
at 423 Garden St. where  seven boys find living quarters.  Here the state
of Ohio is rep-resented.  Right picture, front row, sitting, left to
right-Kirby Cleveland, Mrs. Glover,  housemother; John Winterholler, John 
Bannecker. Back row-Don Oliver, Rob-ert  Brookins, Gary Lanksbury, Floyd 
Templeton.

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alki lodge  The men of Alki always have  a good time, but Baron, the 
dachshund, sees that things do  not  get out of hand.  Above, front row,
left to right-Carl D. Wills, treasurer;  Clifford H. Rulien, Duane A.
Melcher, Mrs. Marie Cornell,  housemother. Back row-Larry Lunsford, Edward
Barcott,  president; Frederick Jamieson, Donald E. Alder. Below, front row,
left to right-Loretta Spring, Mrs. Eck,  Marcella Stream. Back row-Jane
Veil, Martha Pleas,  Pat Lorentzen, Monica Rose.  forest lane  A group
consisting of WRA  members, art majors, and all-around  good friends, made
For-est  Lane a happy place  for these  girls to spend the year.

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vikina  Musicians in the form of bud-ding  female Liberaces combined  to
make Vikina a peppy house.  In addition to exercising their  musical
capabilities, the girls  also cooked their own meals.  Below, left to
right, front row-Chuck Beavers, Dick Powell,  representative; Mrs. Stearns,
housemother; Charlie Cohoe, president. Back row-Milt Barnes, Mike Zimny,
Mike Flynn,  Paige Darragh.  Above, front row, left to right- JoAnn
Blankenbiller, Joan  Wilkerson. Back row-Barby Berry, Judy Erickson, Hazel 
Heather, Mrs. Kindlund, and Sue Repoz.  alaska house  These seven college
lads en-joyed  lots of activities together; basketball, skiing, skin
diving,  and sailing were among their  interests. Not neglecting social 
activities, they held an exchange  with Harborview Hall, and  worked on the
Homecoming  Queen's float.

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shuksan  Men of this house proved that they were de-pendable  losers by
treating Vikina with a free dinner following an election bet. Pictured here
 are:  left to right-Don Travis, Al Prato, Don MacKenzie, Alan  Jones,
president; Mrs. Altman, housemother.  4  crest view  The young women at
Crest  View held claim to one of Bel-lingham's  most beautiful sights:  a
view of the sun setting over  Bellingham Bay. They  are:  left to right,
front row-Geri Gunder-son,  Billie King, Mrs. Wes Martens,  housemother;
Betty Engelson. Back row-  Joyce Watson, Joan Stedman, Marilyn  Gaskell,
Heather Green, Elta Podratz, Gayle Henrichsen.  terrace hall  Residents of
Skagit County,  Eastern Washington, Alaska,  California, Aberdeen, and Port
 Angeles all found their way to  Terrace Hall. These young men  are:  left
to right, front  row-Bud Rochon,  Durward Clare, Brownie Wilson, Mrs. 
Josephine Lowery, housemother. Back  row- Leonard Carlson, Lloyd Morgan, 
Leonard Peirce, Lee Roy Ahrens, Pop  Lowery.

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ymca  This lone representative from the YMCA is usually  accompanied by Ray
Spalding, who was not present  when the picture was taken. Pictured at the
right is  Ralph Fuller.  the ranch  The energetic men living here listed
their activities  as intramural and varsity sports, sports cars, bowling, 
and water skiing. They are:  left to right, front row-Ebben Kinsey, Mrs.
Blanch Renolds, house-mother.  Back row-Jack Conn, Fred Rutledge.  klipsun 
Three education majors and two business majors  found a second home at 
Klipsun Hall. The hall  sponsored an intramural basketball team. They are: 
left to right, front row-Mrs. Olson, housemother; Mick Dougherty.  Second
row-Adele Olson, Bill Lehning. Third row-Ned Olson, LeRoy Pearce. Fourth
row-Jack Sim, Hank Johnson. Back row-  Ron Wika.

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deylig hall  Four frosh and a senior make  up this living quintet. Outside 
activities including WRA,  FTA, WEA, and Blue Barna-cles  are where they
find their  interests.  Left to right-Grace Balsley, Barbara Johnson,
Sandra Meyers, Mrs. E. G.  Cowles, housemother; Joan Nachtsheim,  Marilyn
Brenner. tamerlane  The spirit of Tamerlane, a  fighter in medieval days,
lives  in this women's house which  holds claim to the smallest  mascot
with the most unusual  name-a turtle, which answers  to the name Little
Wreck.  Front row, left to right - Linda Sue  Gardner, Delores Pettit, Judy
Perry,  Sharon Pitner. Back row  -Jeanette  Trullinger, Dorothy Stubbs,
Darlene  Scheibner, Bonita Orbeck.  the chateau  This house showed a
blooming  of young artists and speech  makers. Among the 11 junior  and
senior women lodging at  the Chateau for the year are:  front row, left to
right-Pat Northrup,  Susie (the dog), Kay Olson. Second row  -Roberta
Bouverat, secretary-treasurer;  Arlyn DeYoung, president; Mrs. Cum-mings,
housemother; Mary Lu Engum,  vice-president. Back row Janet Satcher,  Jane
Haugen, Pat Brown, Lynne  Shore,  Ellen Baker, Anne Allen.

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clausen's  This trio from Clausen Hall,  although small, is very active  in
campus activities. Pictured are: left to right-Clark Philbrick, Roger 
Purdue, Mrs. Clausen, housemother; Bill  Peak.  parker's   cozy cottage 
Four girls from Cozy Cottage,  representing hometowns of  Port Angeles,
Port Townsend,  and Seattle, and a trio from  Parker's make up this group. 
They are:  left to right, front row-Gail Carr, Mrs. Parker, Mrs.
McGallagher, housemoth-ers;  Ruby Menzony. Back row-Nancy  Parker, Darlene
Nelson, Betty Ann  Fabish.  hervin's  Three of the four lads staying  at
Hervin's claim Canada as  their homeland. Two cats,  Sandy and Boots, bring
the  total number of occupants to  si). Pictured here are:  left to right--
Mrs. Elizabeth Hervin,  housemother; Ken Reid, Monte Bell,  Alan Coghill.

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Left picture: "Who is it?"  chime the girls of Senior Hall  as Marilyn
Jensen talks on the  phone.  Catching up on the latest news,  at left, are
left to right-Dick  Cady, Don Lilleness, Jim Kelly,  Bernie Durnan, Roger 
Dollar-hide.  Below are the Kluane girls,  who find time for their studies,
 besides their many other camp- us  activities.  They are, left to
right--Col-leen  Moore, Dixie Hughes,  Janet Nott, Dorothy Callier,  and
Nancy Bashey.

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At the right are the men of  Highland Hall, taking a short  time from their
studies as they  read the papers in their modern  social room.  Above are
students of Hospice  Inn trying to solve a problem.  Always problems! At
the right  are the girls of Harborview Hall  displaying their musical
talents.  They are, left to right--Vir-ginia  Sornburger, secretary; 
Jeanette Smith, Elsie Callenius,  Connie PacLeb, and Ellene Johnson.
Kneeling-Suzanne  Trumbull and Em Woog.

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With progress has come the new approach  to organizations-the relaxed,
informal, easily  communicable meetings, as contrasted with the old (below 
left). Western's organizations have been laying  their own bricks-in
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jim  hamilton  a.s.b.  president  "Upon a firm foundation of effective
committee action, student government  at Western Washington Col-lege  made
strides in several different areas in student affairs. With welcomed
assistance from Harold A.  Goltz, student personnel, the Student Union
Committee solidified building plans for the Union Building.  "A newly
revised constitution was presented to the students for ratification spring
quarter by the Con-stitution  Committee. Long and deliberate consideration
took place when the Board of Control selected a  new manager for the
bookstore, fountain, and A.S.B. funds. "Initiated this year has been
Western's successful participation in the Model United Nations conference
at the University of Washington. An expanded movie program and a
re-organization of budget procedures should also be recognized in an
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Appointed by the College President and president of the ASB, these  three
members serve as advisers and voting members of the Board  of Control.
Adding experience, and often wit, Dr. Keith Murray  joined the Board in
1957, Dr. Moyle Cederstrom in 1958 and Mr.  James Hildebrand in 1956. Each
serves three years.  workers and advisors in  the governmental machinery...
 In the reconverted once-gymnasium that is now the  Student Center the work
that is necessary to the  function of student government goes on quietly. 
Responsible for the ASB social program, the College  movie series and
introducing A L visitors, Skip  Lampman, above, ASB vice-president, is also
a vot-ing  member of the Board. At the left is a non- voting  BOC member
who keeps the minutes and acts as  secretary to the ASB President-Nancy
Parker, ASB  secretary. They, with the ASB president, form West-ern's 
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board of control . .  PROBABLY THE LEAST UNDERSTOOD, but most criti-cized, 
group on campus was  the 1957-58 Board of Control. Al-though  to the
average student the Board may have seemed an  obscure  voice beneath an
overpowering administration hand,  those in student government recognized
that the Board had an  influential role in the life of every student at
Western.  Ninety thousand dollars came into the hands of the Board and  was
parcelled out to ASB departments which include practi-cally  every activity
a Westernite could indulge in beyond  classes. Athletics, both varsity and
intramural; band; orchestra;  choir; forensics; drama; movies; Homecoming;
publications,  and dances are included in this group, as well as Lounge,
Co-op,  bookstore and the forthcoming Student Union Building.  Under the
auspices of this central power of student govern-ment,  the SUB was finally
brought beyond the dreaming stage.  A new constitution was drafted, and a
Board-sponsored bus-load  of fans rolled eastward to CWCE to support a
near-cham-pionship  football team. These were the highlights of the 1957- 
58 Board of Control's work.  Ten who helped make the record, the elected
student members, shown at left and  top are, from bottom clockwise-Tom
Romerdahl, Doug Smith, Dave Kraft, Ken  Robertson, Allan Mathieson, Don
Hedstrom, Dave Laster, Gail Tuininga, Mel  Joy and June Kellogg.

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The problems of student government, and anything relating to the $90,000 
under management of the Board of Control, were pummeled and pondered  here
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valkyrie stresses service .. .  High standards in every phase of school
life are the  goal of Valkyrie girls. The club is an elective service 
organization for women active in school functions.  They sponsored the
Queen's Ball, acted as boosters  at football and basketball games, helped
with the  WUS drive, and sponsored dinners and banquets.  helmsmen boost
activities ...  To begin the '57-'58 year of activities, Helmsmen 
sponsored the Homecoming bon-fire, pep rally, and  parade fall quarter.
These were followed by numer-ous  other events such as sponsoring a
bus-load of  rooters to Central, staging the Loudhouse Trophy,  the Athlete
of the Year Trophy, and presenting the  Spring Sports Informal.  Members
are, left to right, front row-Hisa Hayashida, Penny  Milan, Nancy Shields,
Lois Souda, Sharon Andreasen, June Kel- logg,  Elsie Sydnor, Phyllis Hirni,
Elmira Rockey, Jeri McNutt. Row  two-Norma Rice, treasurer; Barrie
Brownell, Jo Restigen, Eli  Jones, vice-president; Joy Sherman, Jane Ann
Sivertson, Lillian Su-zuki,  Joan  Hendrickson, Marilyn Rinta, secretary;
Sally Cays, Bar-bara  Haase. Row three-Barbara Bos, president; Bobbe
Bender,  Amelia Bellotti, Beverly Minice, Carolyn Kyle, Marion Kemp, Ann 
Rogers, Kathy Garrett,  Jan Kleinsorge, Karen Moskeland, Pat  Brown, Jane
Haugen.  Members are, left to right, front row-Mari Lou Mouncer, Elmira 
Rockey, Bobbe Bender, Kirby Cleveland. Row two-Bob Draper,  Don Oliver,
Amelia Bellotti, Marilyn Ladwig, Marion Kemp,  Dorothy Tonstad, Jeanie
Njos. Row three-John Okerlund, Ken Haag, Dick Kure, Kathleen Baird, Joann
McElravy, Carole  Bruno, Marilyn Almgren, Don Hedstrom, Cliff Salisbury.
Row  four-Dale Steele, Mac Madenwald, Larry Gallaher. Gary Lind,  Fred
Boede, Jack Thompson, Wayne McMaster, Larry O'Donnell,  Roger Hyppa, Dick
Powell.

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discussion key of critics club ...  Critics Club met informally and
frequently at the  home of Dr. Albert Van Aver, club advisor, to dis-cuss 
works of literature. Refreshments were served by  Mrs. Van Aver as the
group discussed plots of books  and motives of authors in writing them. An
outing  was held in the spring.   Members are, left to right, front
row-Larry McCord, Elmira  Rockey, Heather Green, president; Evelyn James,
secretary; Gail  Galbraith, Barbara Bos, Dr. Van Aver, advisor.  inter club
council . .. the leaders meet . ..  Serving as a clearing house for ideas,
Inter-Club  Council offered an opportunity for presidents of  stu-dent 
organizations to meet and discuss common  problems and unify programs. ICC
was responsible  for reviewing club constitutions and drawing up the 
social calendar for the year.  Members are, left to right, front
row-Barbara Bos, Jane Haugen,  Virginia Gilson, Amelia Bellotti, Phyllis
Hirni. Row two-Paige  Darragh, Richard Small, Roy Bueler, Sharon Andreasen,
Barrie  Brownell, Kirby Cleveland, Larry McCord. Row three - Dave 
Clogston, Dick Kolkana, Jim Nelson, Mac Madenwald, Dave Van Bronkhorst,
Pete Hegg, Larry Meyer.

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future teachers of America ... looking forward to their profession  Western
was host to the Western District Conven- Members are, left to right, front
row-Roberta Bouverat, Mary Su-tion  of the Washington Association of Future
gimoto, Ann Solland, Elmira Rockey, Norma Rice, secretary; Lor-raine 
Sieber, Teachers Sharon Anderson, Jean Berglund, Shirley Graham, of America
fall quarter. Delegates repre- Louella Vaughn, Sally Nelson. Row
two-Dolphine Van Zanten,  sented colleges and high schools from all parts
of Rita Mahn, Theresa Winje, Laura O'Connor, Barbara Bos, Nancy  Western
Washington. FTA strove to develop or- Shields, Heather Green, Karen
Derrick, Clarice Nyhus, Marcy  Waite, Judy Boos, Bobbe Bender, Janet Egge.
Row three-Donald  ganization among education majors, to acquaint Nesheim, 
Jim Stow, Dick Canfield, Bob Neisinger, Don Leistra,  them with their
profession, and to build a profes- John Love, Dick Kolkana, president;
Duane Schryver, vice-presi-sional  attitude toward dent; Doyle Winter,
Larry Meyer, Paul Spears, Gary Cleasby, it. It also provided opportu-
Florence Pownall.  nities to cope with the problems of education.  Here's
what every Future Teach-er  has to look forward to ...  just one phase of
the modern  teaching process. Barbara Greer  shows that work can be fun as 
she helps the  fifth grade, Cam-pus  School, to get along on the 
playground.,

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inter varsity christian fellowship ..  IVCF's goal was Christian fellowship
on campus.  Their activities included Bible studies, a Valentine  Banquet
and roller-skating parties.  Members are, left to right, front row-Florence
Palmer, Connie  PacLeb, Karen Lorenz, Mary Ann Bosnich,Jeri McNutt, Marilyn
 Ladwig, Donna Thompson, Sally Cays, Penny Milan, vice-president;  Karen
Roberts, Carolyn Kyle. Row two- Pauline Taubman, Alice  Meurer, Carol
Isham, Jean Berglund, Joy Sherman, LaRue Hop-pock,  Gail Johnson, Jane
Dyson, Pat Hawk, Elaine Nelson, treas-urer.  Row three-Beverly Robertson,
secretary; Arlyn DeYoung,  Clarice Nyhus, Glenda Tuttle, Kay Johnston, Judy
McDonnell,  Patsy DeBernardis, Joan  Patton, Nancy Roberts, Sally Fugitt, 
Joan Kalyk, Bette Erdman. Row four-Ralph Funkhouser, Lyle Price, Chuck
Beavers, Bob Ogdon, Jim Day, Arland Wallin, Frank  Mecklenburg, Darrow
Nelson, David Thomas, Vern Middleton,  president.  united students
christian foundation ...  USCF sponsored dinners, parties, and various
other  programs which included special speakers. They also  united in the
Universal Day of Prayer and held an  Easter Sunrise Service.  Members are,
left to right, front row-Marilyn Gaskell, Barbara  Greer, Barbara Etherton,
vice-president; Janet Johnson, Ida Rae  Bellingar. Row two-Rev. Alfred Dale
Jr., Sue Repoz, treasurer;  Dal Smith, John Ricketts, president; Ken
Merager, Kay Wilson.

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aws set sights on 'woman's world'  It's a "woman's world" was what
Associated  Women Students tried to  prove this year at  Western. It
undertook various activities includ-ing  Tolos, Coffee Hours, Fashion
Shows, and  Assemblies. The association invented and  posted Christmas
decorations in Old Main as well as mid-term and final exam "reminders"  in
the form of posters.  Candy cane and apple sales were also included  on the
agenda to boost the financial ledger.  AWS Commission was composed of
represen-tatives  from each class and women's organiza-tion  as well as
elected officers and appointed committee chairmen.  Source of enthusiasm
and ideas was  Amelia Bellotti, A WSpresident. "Chub- Officers were-Amelia
Bellotti, president; Mar-bins,"  backed by her oficers, has made ion Kemp,
vice- president; Audrey Everall, sec-the  campus aware that organized women
 are on the move. retary; and Joy Sherman, treasurer.  A WS Commission,
left to right, front row-Louella Vaughn, Eli Marion Kemp, Pat  Brown,
Barbara Haase, Lorraine Sieber, Joy  Jones, Nancy Parker, Laura O'Connor,
Jeanie Njos, Sally Cays, Sherman, Audrey Everall, Midge Loser, June
Kellogg, Nancy  Amelia Bellotti, Joan Hendrickson, Bobbe Bender. Row two-
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dances highlight norsemen year. ..  Serving as the planning board for all
Norsemen  activities, the Norsemen Commission repre-sented  all the male
students on campus.  Two dances were sponsored during the year as  well as
two assemblies. One assembly featured  the Washington State Patrol "Could
This Be  You" program and the other presented Bill  O'Mara, northwest radio
and television sport-caster. A Chinese auction was co-sponsored  with AWS
for the World University Service  drive.  Norsemen Commission members are,
left to right-Bill Siebler, Kirby Cleveland, Pete Hegg, and Gary Lind. 
Heading the Norsemen's Commission is  senior Pete Hegg, who is responsible
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the shutter clicks on camera club  Providing an opportunity for students,
staff, and  faculty to learn and to enjoy photography is the  major
function of the Viking Camera Club. Offering  the use of a darkroom to club
members, the group  attempted to increase its knowledge of photography 
publications big interest of  press  The Press Club offered an opportunity
for students  with an interest in publications to meet together  and talk
over ideas. Included in the yearly program  were conferences with high
schol groups to give  them tips on good journalism. Climaxing the year's 
activities was the Press Club Banquet, at which  76  as well as create an
enjoyable atmosphere for its  members.  Members are, left to right, front
row- Patsy DeBernardis, Jean  Berglund. Row two-Dr. McDonald, advisor;
Walter Winter, pres-ident;  Don Saunders, Jerry Wester.  club .. .  awards
were presented for services rendered to pub-lications  at Western.  Members
are, left to right, front row- Carolyn Preston, treasurer;  Beryl Bookey,
vice-president; Joyce Pedersen, Marlys Fatland, secre-tary.  Row two- Wayne
Ehlers, Ronn Beams, president; Dave Amos,  Chuck Stutz.

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colhecon for those interested in the kitchen...  Colheconomists were found
this year serving at Members are, left to right, front row-Margaret Young,
Sylvia  school luncheons, sponsoring a picnic and Senior Thomason, Florence
Palmer, secretary; Ellene Johnson, president;  Katherine Easterly,
treasurer; Frances Honsowetz, Terry Winje.  Tea, selling fruit cakes, and
giving an Italian dinner. Row two-Edith Larrabee, advisor; Jean Berglund,
Clarice Nyhus,  This club helps prepare girls to work as advisors Joan
Hendrickson, state president; Billie Baker, Ann Collins, Arlyn  with high
school Future Homemakers of America DeYoung.  and Home Economics Clubs. 
'w' club is reward of outstanding  The goal of the "W" Club this year was
to give recog-nition  to athletic letter winners and to promote in-terest 
in athletics. The  highlight of the year was the  "W" Club Smoker. The
group also held cider sales  and apple sales at basketball games. Helping
with  intramural and varsity. programs, acting as timers at  male athletes
track events and furnishing speakers for high school  assemblies, were all
part of the yearly agenda. Members are, left to right, front row-Darrow
Nelson, Carl Toney,  Ed Melbourne, Larry Odle, LeRoy Nelson, Sam Martin,
secretary;  Doyle Winter, Dave Morgan. Row two-Chuck Stutz, Jim Parker, 
Jess Moore, Dave Langley, Bob Wilkinson, Neil Clough, Lynn Ros-enbach,  Jim
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rheba d. nickerson club... physical education  The purpose of the Rheba D.
Nickerson Club was Members  are, left to right, front row-Fay Miller,
secretary-treas-urer;  Betty Olson, president; Judy Laughary, vice-
president; Vir-to  promote interest in physical education and recrea- ginia
Gilson, Hisa Hayashida, Joann Rozman. Row two-Ruth  tion. Early in the year
a swim party was given for Weythman, advisor; Maryanne Gordon, Shirley
Graham, Nancy  old and new members. Other activities included a Wheeler,
Chloe Arbogast, Leslie Larson, Midge Loser, Paula Giles.  formal dinner,
coffee hour, and a progressive dinner. women's recreation association .  An
annual Initiation Tea headed the list of social  events for WRA this year.
Other events included  outings, a carnival, and a swim meet. WRA tried to 
enliven college life with fun and recreation for its  members.  Members
are, left to right, front row-Sue Weidman, Karen Lau-lainen,   Jane Ann
Sivertson, Patsy DeBernardis, Nancy Sherman,  Mary Classen, Marilyn
Gaskell, Ruth Friend, Betty Jean Holt.  Row two-Joy Sherman, Kay Johnston,
Chloe Arbogast, Nancy  Wheeler, Shirley Graham, Virginia Gilson, Judy
Laughary, Ro-berta  Bouterat, Hisa Hayashida, Pat Northup, Betty Olson. Row
 three-Faye Miller, Midge Loser, Maryanne Gordon, Leslie Larson  Arlette
Cantrell,J oann Rozman, Arlene Richins, Paula Giles, Pat  Brown, Jane
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association for childhood educatior  The Association for Childhood
Education attempted  to further understanding and interest in elementary 
education among its members. Speakers on various elementary school subjects
were featured at meet-ings.  The group sponsored a Danforth lecture,
doughnut sales, and a puppet show during the year.  ushers add to school
functions ...  Helping out at productions and concerts, the cordial-ity  of
the ushers was most evident. The ushers were  to be seen at all Artists and
Lecturers Series presen-tations,  student productions and assemblies,
Belling-ham  Civic concert, and World Cavalcade film pres-entations. 
Members are, left to right, front row-Molly Torticil, Barbara  Berg, Joan
Richards, Mary Sugimoto, Trula Wright. Row two-  Nancy Sherman, Patsy
DeBernardisJ, an Kleinsorge, Sharon An-derson,  Elizabeth Jones, Phyllis
Hirni, president; Bobbe Bender,  Janet Egge. Row three-Loren Kraetz, Bette
Erdman, Jane Dyson,  Kay Johnston, Joyce Pietila, Karen Laulainen, Florence
Pownall,  Clark Eaton.  Members are, left to right, front row-Shirley
Graham, Elsie Syd-nor,  Suzanne Morrical, Barbara Haase, Dolphine Van
Zanten.  Row two-Pat Brown, Mary Anne  Gordon, Rose Ann Southern,  Jane
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der deutsche studentenverein ..  Playing games in German was employed by
this club  to enable members to learn and speak the German  language
fluently. It tried to foster an understanding  of German  people and
Germanic culture. Movies,  student wives have many social  The Student
Wives Club was organized to help the  wives of students at Western become
better ac-quainted.  During the Christmas season a holiday  dinner was
held, and a party was given for the group  by Mrs. Haggard. Other
activities included skating,  bowling, and a fashion show. One of the
projects  of the year was fixing Christmas boxes for needy  families. 
slides, and guest speakers were featured at meetings.  Members are, left to
right, front row-Gladys MacLean, Dr. El-eanor  King, advisor; Lee Myers,
secretary. Row two-Irving Thom,  John Ryan, Loren Kraetz, Vernon Loland,
David Rudy, George  Short, Robert Schroeder, and Lyle Price.  events... 
Members are, left to right, front row - Margaret Smith, Kathy  Barner,
Greta Bradley, Colleen Parker, Barbara Hill, treasurer;  Shirley O'Brien,
secretary; Colleen Quady, president; Janice Mc-  Nary, vice-president;
BarbaraJ ohnson, Virginia Rorvig. Row two-  Helene Clarke, Mary Alice
Vivian, Anne Burreson, Kenna  Bridges, Noreen Holten, Beverly Kimble,
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tournaments highlight pi kappa  Students interested in speech activities
formed Pi  Kappa Delta, forensic honorary. The group partici-pated  in
debating tournaments throughout the North-west-  at Seattle Pacific
College, College of Puget  Sound, Linfield College, and the University of
Idaho.  western players...  Aim of the Western Players this year was to
encour-age  participation by its members in dramatic pro-ductions.
Committees were formed to help with act-ing,  scene design, lighting,
publicity and set  construction. "Oedipus Rex," a movie by the
Strat-delta's  year . .  Members are, left to right, front row-Kathy
Garrett,J erry Hol-man,  Mari Lou Mouncer, Louella Vaughn, Anne Allen,
Joanne  Walston, Gayle Reynolds, Barrie Brownell, Barbara Garrett, Pat 
Northup. Row two-Paul Herbold, advisor; Craig Davis, Barry  Remsberg, Bob
Gustavson, Curt Horne, vice-president; Mel Joy,  George Lawson, Bill Cox,
president.  ford Ontario Players, was sponsored by this group  in the fall.
 Members are, left to right, front row-Kathy Garrett, June  Kel-logg,  Pat
Hart, Barrie Brownell, Ardith Lein. Row two-Larry  McCord, Roger
Dollarhide, Charles Norman, Bob Burgoyne, Dave  Hubert, Del Dudacek.  R1

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industrial arts club . .  Featuring an activity every week, the Industrial
Arts  Club served as a social organization for I.A. majors  as well as a
tool for the promotion of Industrial  Arts.  The club tried to encourage
professional thinking  among its members with speakers, demonstrations, 
and workshops. epsilon pi tau ... i. a. honorary  Alpha Tau is Western's
chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau,  the international honor society in industrial
arts and  vocational education. Aims are to further the three  precepts on
which the organization was founded:  skill, social and professional
proficiency, and re-  Members are, left to right, front row-Chuck Stutz,
Demeke Tekle-  Wold, Loren Robison, secretary; Mike Milatt, vice-president;
Mau- rice  Wilken, Donald Nesheim, Ernest Foster, Robert Fay. Row two  -Ken
Adamson, Ted Blackman, Carl Willis, Carroll Clark, Bob  Reed, John Durham,
Bert Thompson, Carl Toney, Wayne Dralle.  Row three-Dr.  Earl Hepler,
advisor; Myron Mulligan, Gerald  Waterbury, Duane Schryver, Bill Keller,
Horace Ludwig, presi-dent;  Duane McNary, Einer Thomsen, George Smethers,
John Ban-necker,  George Hollenbeck. search. The chapter had two initiation
banquets this  year.  Members are, left to right-Mr. Charles Rice, advisor;
Demeke  Tekle-Wold, Gerald Waterbury, Mike Milat, president; Loren
Rob-ison,  vice-president; Earl Hepler.

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3.5 required of scholarship society  The Scholarship Society exists for the
purpose of giv-ing  special recognition to students who have built 
outstanding academic records. Two initiations were  held this year as well
as an annual banquet. The  brain trusters are one of Western's most
exclusive  clubs.  kappa delta pi ... education hone  This Education
Honorary encourages high profes-sional,  intellectual, and personal
standards. Prerequi-sites  for membership are a GPA above 3.1 and at  83 
members ... Members are, left to right, front row-Marjorie Eggleston,
Evelyn  James, Nancy Shields, Gayle Sparks, Marilyn Almgren, Karen 
Moskeland. Row two-Dr. Alan Ross, Ronald Leistra, Dolphine  Van Zanten,
Charles Baker, Barrie Brownell, Bill Cox, Donald  Allen.  orary  least
Junior status. Kappa Delta Pi sponsored the  Homecoming brunch early in
fall quarter.  Members are, left to right-Pete Hegg, Larry Meyer, Joan Cox,
 Dolphine Van Zanten, John Carlson, Duane Schryver.

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big year for ski club . ..  Schussken Ski Club attempted this year to
generate  interest in formation of a permanent ski team. A  temporary team
was formed to participate in inter-collegiate  competition at the Winter
Carnival staged  by Portland State College. Other activities included 
presentation of ski movies and an outing to Mt. Baker.  theta alpha phi...
drama honora  Entrance requirements for Theta Alpha Phi are very  rigid,
and talented is the player who is a member.  Members are required by the
national fraternity to  have participated in at least four plays b.fore
being  admitted. This organization participates in drama  events throughout
the Northwest. Highlights on the  Members are, left to right, front
row-Barbara  Hicks, Sylvia May-hew,  Kay Johnston, Loretta Spring. Row
two-Janice Pilik, Mary  Montag, Judy Hartford,J oan Woodruff, Karron
Williams, June  Kellogg, Nina Ayers, Gail Denny, Gay Hansen. Row
three-Chuck  Stutz, Roger Hyppa, Roger Metzger, John Thomas, Jim Nelson, 
Dave Laster, Ron Riese, Martin Anderson, Carl Hokkanen, Bur-rell  Jull.  ry
...  club calendar are theater parties, which are always  looked forward
to.  Members of Theta Alpha Phi are, left to right-Mr. Flanders, ad-visor; 
Richard Bruland, president; Sharon Andreasen, Kathy Gar-rett, 
vice-president Mari Lou Mouncer, secretary David Van Bronkhorst, and Del
Dudacek.

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international relations club reactivated this year ...  The oldest club on
campus was revived this fall.  Both students and faculty made up the twenty
mem-bers  of the International Relations Club. They held meetings twice
monthly which featured guest speak-ers  lecturing on international affairs.
A banquet was held at Edens Hall for Mr. Felix Greene, world-wide  traveler
and recent visitor to Red China. Officers of TYPICAL OF WESTERN  CLUBS,
Valkyrie members meet  to discuss plans. This one is  strictly on the
serious side, but  not all are so, as shown on  page 64.  this club are Don
Bagnall, president; Larry McCord,  vice-president; Craig Davis,
secretary-treasurer; Dr.  Neuber, advisor.  Members are, left to right-
Ebben Kinsey, Larry McCord, Virgil  Geyer, Craig Davis, Dr. Frank Neuber,
Joanne Walston, Mr.  Richard  Whittemore.

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collegian takes first  Pounding away at editorials that aroused in-terest 
from as far away as the desk of the editor  of the Alaska Sportsman, Editor
Ronn Beams  brought first place honors in the Evergreen State Press
Association to Western through his  management of the Collegian. Beams and
his  staff received highest award for college papers  of comparable size in
the state for their ap-proach  to newspaper makeup, news coverage  and
photography. The Collegian's radical de-parture  from traditional makeup,
in fact, was  one of its marked features in 1957-58. Published  weekly
except during vacation periods, West-ern's  answer to "campus
coverage-Western  style"-piled up 32 issues of news, features, social
happenings, sports and pictures of the  campus scene.  It's a switch for
Chuck Stutz, below, Collegian Photo Editor and main photog-rapher,  as he
finds a place in FRONT  of the camera.  "Take Five" columnist and Sports
Edi-tor  Wayne Ehlers "takes five" with Car-olyn  Preston who rose from
reporter to  Social Editor in her first year on the  staff. Both were
responsible for pages  under Beams' editorial policy.  Above--Adviser James
Bliss and Editor  Beams go over an issue in their weekly  criticism 
session, pointing out faults and  strong points.

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It takes ads to keep the Collegian in financial  shape, and Business
Manager Don Chamberlain  and Editor Beams check to see if they've made it 
over the dollar hump for the week.  "Our policy is .. ." Dave Amos, News
editor says,  as Feature Editor Faith Hearsey asks, "But did  you follow
it?" Amos and Miss  Hearsey were re-sponsible  for all news, pictures,
coverage and make-up  on the inside news and feature pages.  minor
publications  In addition to the Collegian and Klipsun, the  Student Body
publishes several minor publica-tions  to round out its communications
line.  Published in the fall, the Homecoming Book-let   provides through
information and pictures  on the biggest football game of the year. The 
Writer is Western's outlet for writers of short  stories, poems and essays.
The Profile provides  a list of every student and faculty member on 
campus, his address, phone number and other  vital statistics. At right are
editors: Wayne  Ehlers, Homecoming Booklet; Marcia Drake,  Writer; and
Louella Vaughn, Profile.

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a year goes  Klipsun preparation started last  spring and continued at a
steady  pace throughout the year.   Event highlights included a staff 
"coke party," inevitable confer-ences  with the printers, and the  Press
Club banquet at which  Klipsun awards were presented  to outstanding staff
members.  Klipsun photographers Ken McCullough and Joyce Pederson were 
both new to the staff this year. As evident throughout the book, they  did
a fine job despite the need for occasional "retakes." Missing  from picture
is Chuck Stutz, Photo Editor.  Below- Writing copy, finding misspelled
words, and keep-ing  track of "who's who" were, Dave Laster, Molly McKee, 
and Sally Bray. Their positions were, in order, Assistant Copy Editor, Copy
Editor, and Index Editor. Not pictured  but still adding his talent was
Assistant Index Editor Jim  Simplot.  Below- The editorial staff was large
this year. Seated, left  to right-are Carolyn Michaelson, Organizations
Editor,  Judy Boos, Living Groups and Supplement Editor, and Patsy
DeBernardis, Activities Editor. Standing is Sports Editor  Wayne Ehlers.
Missing is Mary Montag, Classes Editor. A  good staff for a good year for a
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into print  Ideas an  lines an  ries--thi  d assignments, efforts and
hours, dead-d  disappointments, and finally, victo-s  is the story of the
1958 Klipsun.  "An Epic of Progress' was little more than a  title until a
staff of over 35 members made it a  reality. With glue pots, photographic
chemicals,  brain-storms, and typewriters, the task was ac-complished. 
Constantly on the go was Editor  Carolyn Kyle, who co- ordinated ideas and
kept  the ball rolling. Assistant Editor Ken Robert-son  found himself busy
with the budget, writ-ing  special copy effects, and distributing the 
book.  Busy, busy, busy ... Editor Carolyn Kyle and Assistant Ed-itor  Ken
Robertson -take time out to go over the budget. "Did  I spend all that?"
asks Carolyn in amazement.  Bricks, bricks, and more bricks. Art Editor
Joan Stedman  and Assistant Nancy Roberts don't seem to mind them too 
much. Not pictured is Marion Kemp, also Art Assistant. "To produce an A-i
annual is not an easy job" points out  advisor James Bliss to Faculty
Section Editor Louella Mc-  Elravy. Both had their share in helping to
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concert choir performs throughout the year ...  Assembled in front of the
building in which they  spend so much of their time are members of the 
WWCE Concert Choir. They performed for a variety  of programs, including
the Christmas Concert, Par-ents  Day, Easter Sunrise- Service, and
Baccalaureate.  In March the Choir was privileged to appear at the 
national convention of the Association for Super-vision  and Curriculum
Development.  The singers were heard by thousands of high school  students
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Members of choir are, left to right-  Front row-Lela Regier, Susan Henry,
Nancy Shields, Beverly Pendleton, Bonnie Bellos, Kay Strong, Sylvia
Obermeyer, Ann  Wann, Sue Stacie, Janet Dodd, Carol Holmes, Martha Whitney,
 Barbara Logsdon, Beth Wyngarden, Ida Rae Bellingar, Carol Ren-ner,  Diane
Cowles, Arlette Cantrell, Pat Genszler, Nikki Helman.  Row two-Bert
Lindman, Dan Mclvor, Milton Connell, Heather  Green, Nina Ayers, Anne
MacDonald, Sharon Wilcox, Helen Erd-man,  Jean Hansen, Dixie Spaan, Clara
Lee Bill, Marcia Drake,  Myrna Bachman, Lonnie Perrine, Joyce Fairfield,
Clarice Bach-man,  Carolyn Grey, Bonnie Wheeler, Gary Lind, Rodney
Sher-wood,  Jim R. Hamilton.  Back row- Bernard Regier, director; Dale
Martin, Bob Brown,  Robert Neisinger, Merlin Epp, Gordon Martin, Bill
Clark, David  Rudy, Larry Marsh, Peter Hoeruegel, Howard Meharg, John
Oker-lund,  Dave Hubert, Milton Sherwood, Ron Whitener, Don Hed-strom, 
Gerald Koll, Randy Gesdahl, Herman Franzer, Bob Ells-worth.

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vocollegians composed of fifteen songsters ...  Vocollegians this year were
active in community Members  are, left to right-Helen Erdman, Marcia 
singing, as they appeared in numerous civic func- Drake, John Okerlund,
Clarice Bachman, Barbara  tions. The group took part in the Christmas Con-
Logsdon, Bob Brown, Anne McDonald, Larry Marsh,  cert and also accompanied
the Choir on their tour Kay Strong, Merlin Epp, Nancy Shields, Don
Hed-winter  quarter. strom, Ida Rae Bellingar, Jim Hamilton, Susan Henry. 
men's quartet  Members of this group were, left to  right-Howard Meharg,
Dale Martin,  Gerald Koll, Harold Karson and Jim  Stow, accompanist. The
group sang for  the Industrial Arts Banquet and partici-pated  in a March
concert with the  Vocollegians.

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sing, chorus, sing . .  Men's and women's glee clubs were combined this 
year to form the Chorus. The group, under the di-rection  of Mr. Joe
Knight, appeared in many school  and community events, including  the
college Christ-mas  Concert.  Members are, left to right, front row-Colleen
 Moors, Doreen Higley, Karen Lorenz, Susan Kane,  Marilyn Markow, Pat Hart,
Barbara Garrett, Vir-ginia  Eacrett.  Row two-Ray Beers, Coleen Campbell,
Kay John-son,  Korene Kraetz, Janet Westman, Margery Camp-bell,  Sharon
Wilcox, Sharon Bleckschmidt, Marilou  Phalmer, Marlys Fatland, Harold
Molenaar.  Row three-Max Beers, Gerald Koll, Dean Gregor-ius,  Tom
Bjelland, Larry Ernst, Gareth Bowman,  Peter Conley, Frederick Strom,
Edmond Bridges,  director Mr. Joe Knight.

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viking band supports the blue and white ...  Under the direction of Mr.
Jerome Glass the Viking  Band produced many fine performances this year. 
Football and basketball games wouldn't have been the same without the
encouraging spirit of the band  and its unique half-time demonstrations.
Other items filling a busy schedule were playing for the Memo-rial  Day
Assembly, Bellingham Blossom Time Festi- val,  and Homecoming Parade. 
Winter quarter found the band on a tour which cli-maxed  in Yakima, where
they played for the state  convention of the Music Educators National
Con-ference.

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Members of band by sections are:  FLUTES-Lois Hungerford, Marilyn Markow,
Ed Eliason, Far-olyn Bray, Colleen Moors, Vikki Chatterton. OBOES-Harold
Car-son,  Marlene Bannister, Pat Genszler. CLARINETS-Don Cam-mack,  Terry
Grove, John Ager, Dick Redmond, Leo Dodd, Paul  Sorenson, Robert  Storms,
Rudy Schmidt, Leslie Cox, Bill Ferris,  Janet Nott, Nancy Shields, Richard
Bishop, Myrna Bachman,  Sharon Bleckschmidt. ALTO SAX-James Stow, Wesley
Sullivan.  TENOR SAX-Marilyn Gaskell. BARITONE SAX-Don Funes.  ALTO
CLARINET - Joan Richards, Rosalie Johnson. BASS CLARINET-Pat Havens, Gayle
Gadberry. BASSOONS-Pat  Brown, Virgil Cleveland, Sue Morrical, James
Wilson. FRENCH  HORNS-Ed Bridges, Gayle Sparks, Letha Fleck, Milton Towne, 
Larry West, Harry Weldon, Gail Denny. TRUMPETS - Don  Gunderson, Jay Hatch,
Weldon Richardson, Paul Willison, Ron- ald  Bruton, Russ Schuh, Bill Clark,
Dave Keeler, Dale Steele,  Marlon Dunlap, Jon MacKinnon.. TROMBONES-Dave
Steffen,  Gary Cleasby, North Stroms, Merle Knotts, Wayne Richter, Ron 
Barsness.  BARITONES-Karen Olson, Larry Marsh, Dennis Oel-rich,  Barbara
Lustie, Gary Lind, Harold Fleck. BASSES-Fred  Strom, Ron Sterland, Richard
Heyn, George Annasis. PERCUS-SION-  Art Bridge, Robert  Neisinger, Tim
Miller, Norman Lar-son,  Marlys Fatland.

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bellingham civic symphony orchestra ...  The Civic Symphony composed of
both students  and Bellingham residents, presented several concerts  during
the year. Mr. James Brauninger was featured as guest artist in one of
these. The group practiced  weekly under the careful direction of Dr. Frank
D'Andrea.

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Members of orchestra, by sections-  FIRST VIOLINS-Barbara Gooch, Geraldine
Peterson, Vernita Michelsen, Helen De Pastel, Florence Ibea, Robert
Copland, Fred  Strom, Sharon Demmert, Janice Pendergrast, Edith Roberson,
Vir-ginia  Lee. SECOND VIOLINS-Shirley Bjorgen, Grace Podratz,  Spees
Boyden, Gunnar Hellberg, Demarious Moore, Karen Schen-kel,  George
Boeringa, Helen Haglund, Marlene Bannister, Rox-etta  McLucas, Kathleen
Witter, Marquita Olson. VIOLAS-Paul-ine  Dalquest, Don Six, Jon Speck,
Dolphine Van Zanten, Nancy  Johnson. 'CELLI-Lois Banks, Ann Teschner, Carol
Holms, Dale  DeBernardis. BASSES - Eva Brauninger, Ronald Sterland,  Wanda
Riebe, Robert Little. FLUTES-Arla Bartruff, Wilbur  Rasmussen, Donald
Funes. OBOES-Angelo Anastasio, Harold  Carson. CLARINETS-John Ager,
Terrance Grove, Leo Dodd,  Richard Redmond. BASSOONS-Luka Cesareo, Jerome
Glass,  FRENCH HORNS-Edmond Bridges, Milton Towne, Gayle  Sparks, Lawrence
West. TRUMPETS-Don Gunderson, Jay Hatch,  Paul Willison. TROMBONES-David
Steffan, Wayne Richter, Gary Cleasby. TIMPANI-Art Bridge. PERCUSSION-Robert
 Neisinger.

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Founded six years ago by Dr. Frank D'Andrea, the  WWCE String Orchestra was
directed this year by Mr. James Brauninger. Students will long remem-ber 
the quietly appropriate accompaniment which  the String Orchestra provided
for the Homecoming  color and variety found in programs  Queen's Coronation
Assembly. The orchestra went  on its first tour winter quarter, performing
in Seattle  and Yakima. Members of string orchestra, by sections-  FIRST
VIOLINS-Martha Peterson, Vernita Michel-string quartet  Members of this
group are, left  ot right-Shirley Bjorgen, Fred  Strom, Carol Holms, and
Jon Spec. This is one of several  quartets organized at Western  this
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of string orchestra  sen, Fred Strom, Grace Podratz, Helen de Pastel. 
SECOND VIOLINS-Sharon Demmert, Jon Speck,  Connie Pacleb, William Longwell,
Gayle Sparks.  VIOLAS-Shirley Bjorgen, Fred Crawford, Harold  Fleck, Donald
Six. 'CELLI-Ann Teschner, Carol  Holms, Dale Hamreus, Emilie Woog. STRING 
BASS-Janice Brown, Robert Little, Eva Brauninger.  FLUTES-Lois Hungerford.
OBOE-Harold Carson.  HORNS-Ed Bridges, Letha Fleck. "F" TRUMPET  -Paul
Willison.  soloists  Chosen by audition to perform as soloists with  the
Bellingham Civic Symphony were, left to  right-Sally Nelson, Beverly
Pendleton, and  Nancy Shields.

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The college's production of physical education instructors  and coaches has
led to the development  of a modern, vastly-increased PE department and
competi-tive  sports participation program.  At left a football team of the
past, and one making  the record of the present, are contrasted.

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1957.. . vikings improve record  If Western's 1957 football season could be
summed  up in three words, desire, progress, and determina-tion  might fit
nicely. The past season saw prospects  for future gridiron championships
brighten consid-erably.  John Kulbitski's Viks compiled a 4-2 league 
record while finishing  third in Evergreen Confer-ence  competition. Last
year the squad ended with  a 2-6 won-lost record.  The Sehomers gave an
early indication that they  were going to rely on speed and hustle as they
bested Whitworth. The Pirates were ranked as the number  one small college
passing team in the nation, but the Viks outpassed the visitors to win
20-13.  CPS's massive Loggers took advantage of a muddy  turf to stop
Western's "pony backfield" of Al De-coria,  Dennis Sheppard, Fred Emerson,
and Sam  Head Coach John Kulbitski (with hat),  and new Assistant Coach
Rowland  "Red" Smith plot Viking strategy at a crucial point in the
Central- Western  game. Kulbitski, in his second year at  the football
helm, employed the multiple  offense. Patterns are varied during the  game
to keep opponents guessing.  Martin. The Loggers edged the Vikings 13-7. 
Emerson scored four touchdowns as Western picked  up its second win,
smothering the Thunderbirds  of UBC 39-7.  Capitalizing on two PLC miscues
early in the game, Western delighted a Homecoming crowd of alums  and
students by registering a 20-13 victory. Kul,  bitski  and new assistant
coach, Rowland "Red"  Smith, had the team working on new plays in
prep-aration  for Eastern and Central. Eastern had a line  that had been
appropriately dubbed the "Great Wall  of Cheney" for defensive ability, but
it proved no  barrier as the Viks won 27-6.  The Vikings' football future
looks good as the entire  backfield will return next year, and only three
regu-lars  will be lost through graduation.

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Art Arians Ron Berry  viking scoreboard  Western 9...... Oregon College 13 
Western 20 ...... Whitworth 13  Western 7 ...... Puget Sound 13  Western 39
...... British Columbia 7  Western ........ Humboldt (postponed)  Western
20 ...... Pacific Lutheran 13  Western 27 ...... Eastern Washington 6 
Western 7 ...... Central Washington 26  Bob Cornelius  Connie Hamilton
Charlie Johnson Charlie Jordan  Jerry Corey   Roy Greenough  :~ i : i "

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Al Decoria Tom Emerson Fred Emerson Jim Gard  conference standings  won
lost tied  Central Washington .... 6 0 0  Puget Sound.......... 4 1 1 
Western Washington... 4 2 0  Eastern Washington .... 3  2 1  Pacific
Lutheran........ 2 4 0  Whitworth ............ 2 4 0  British Columbia
...... o0 6 0  Marty Krafcik Ron Ladines Herb Langeman Bert Lindman

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Ed Melbourne  MANAGER LEO MARTY listens in as the Vikings take a  break to
talk over the situation. Meanwhile, the Western  songleaders lead the
students and Alums in a Blue and  White fight song. WESTERN'S AL DE CORIA
finds the running hard as he  fights his way for 10 badly needed yards
against the Whit-worth  Pirates. The Vikings won 20-13 on the home field. 
Dennis Sheppard Jack Sim Sam Martin John Merritt Bob Miller  Rod Schott
Carl Toney

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Lynn Rosenbach  Below-Fred Emerson meets his arch-rival  from Central,
Corky Bridges, in  the Wildcat- Viking game at Ellensburg.  Emerson won the
Evergreen total offense  crown, was named Little All-Coast and  received
Little All-American honorable  mention.  ROWLAND "RED" SMITH talks  things
over with Carl Toney as the ref-eree  signals another Viking "first and 
ten."  Larry Odle Ken Reid Duane Schenck

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Pictured left to right, first row - Bill Burby, Neil Barnes, Jack  Stark,
Dave Wallace, Fred Rutledge, Lowell Sonmore, Merlin  Schager, Elmer
Strohmuir, LaVerne Halldorson. Coach Lorne 'Joe"  Davies (center, left).  
Left to right, back row-Denny Johnson, Al Morgan, Larry Cor-puz,  Bob
Poldervart, Al Coghill, Rod Vroman, Melvin Christian-son,  Dick Huselton,
Denny Shaw, Roger Kolbe.  junior varsity makes picture bright for next year
. .  With prospects of a bigger game schedule next fall,  Western's Jayvee
football squad won two games  while losing one in 1957.  Under the new
mentor, Lorne "Joe" Davies, the  junior Vikings defeated Surrey, B.C., 12-0
in their  first game. Western then beat Monroe 20-0.  An undermanned squad
traveled to Monroe several  weeks later and were dropped 16-6. Only 16
players went on the trip because of the flu. A game with  Everett JC had to
be called off because of the squad's condition.  Several standouts-Neil
Barnes, Tom Emerson, Bob  Cornelius, and LaVerne Halldorson in
particular-are  being counted on to move up to the varsity next  season. 
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intramural bowling...  Bowling has become one of Western's most  popular
additions to the intramural program.  Western entered and won several
Airmail tour-naments.  After winning the regional Airmail competition, the
Viks met in the regional face-to-  face tournament at Washington State
Col-lege.  Ten teams made up the league this sea-son.  Dave McFadden had
the highest average  for the year, 197. Waazu Five captured the  bowling
title with 20 wins and 7 losses. Fol-lowing  were Bogies 19-8, Beer Frames
19-8,  Park Lanes, Highlanders, Pea Pickers, Head  Pins, Hansen House, Key
Street, Keglers, and  Unknowns.  Above-No, it's not modern dance, but
bowling at the Bel-lingham  Park Lanes bowling alleys. From the looks of
the  ball it may be good for a strike.  Left-Ready team ... let's bowl.
With the names on the  score sheet, another Tuesday afternoon of intramural
bowl-ing  begins.  Right-Ken Haag lets fly with 16 pounds of knockdown 
power. His plan for success is: bite your tongue and watch  that ball
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yelling three cheers for western .. .  Displaying new costumes as well as
original rou-tines,  cheerleaders Rosalie Reinland, Kathy Baird,  Kirby
Cleveland, Nancy Ihde and Karen Lorenz led  Vik cheers and promoted good
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singing hurrah for western. ..  Songleaders Peggy Owner, Joanne McElravy,
and  Doreen Higley saw the Western football and bas-ketball  squads through
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on lofty slopes of mt. baker...  Sparkling snow and brilliant sunshine;
clean,  smooth skiing slopes; snow- clad fir trees; peace-ful  woodland
paths and steep descent slopes;  the friendly atmosphere of the mountain
lodge;  bracing winter air; thrilling views of marvelous  scenery; a clean
break from the everyday rou-tine  of school life-that is winter at
beautiful  Mount Baker. From early December frequent  and heavy falls of
powder snow pile to unusual  depths in this magnificent mountain area,
of-fering  the skier, whether  beginner or expert,  the ultimate in skiing.
The 1957-58 ski season  was full of excitement, thrills, and fun  for
West-ern  ski enthusiasts. Riding up the chair lift and  schussing down the
mountainside, Western students were in the sportlight at scenic Mount 
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skiing is tops . ..  Left- Under a bright winter sun amidst a forest  of
skis, Dave Laster, with shirt sleeves rolled up,  helps Mary Montag prepare
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Right-CO-CAPTAINS Howard Arnold and  Chuck Stutz piloted the Western
varsity swim team  through eight meets. The mermen edged by College  of
Puget Sound, but lost the remaining meets to the University of Washington
(twice), Idaho State,  Eastern Washington (twice), and the University  of
British Columbia (twice). It was John Kulbit-ski's  third year as coach. 
Below- Viking backstrokers Dave Munro and  Ron Anderson showed well for the
Viks in both  the relay and distance backstroke events.  varsity swimming
...  Foremost among the additions to the 1957-58 Viking  swim team was
freshman Harold "Red" Rodenber-ger.  Most of Western's points were picked
up by  Rodenberger in the diving and breast- stroke events.  At the
Evergreen Conference meet held at Eastern  Washington, Rodenberger took a
second in diving  and the 200 yard breast-stroke. The team of Dave  Munro,
Alan Coghill, Chuck McCurdy, and Chuck  Stutz also brought home second
place ribbons in the  400 yard free-style relay. With only two swimmers 
leaving the squad, Coach John Kulbitski looks for  a team with promise in
'59. Left-Swimmers ready ... go! The team of Cole  Comings and Chuck Stutz
leap off on the last leg  of the 400 yard free style relay. Completing
their  lap are Dave Munro, and Ron Anderson (in wa-ter).  Swimmers  in the
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Gravity is soon to take over and give Harold Rodenberger a chance  to show
his stuff. New to the team this year, Harold was high point  man for the
mermen.  WESTERN VARSITY SWIMMING SQUAD, left to right-  Chuck McCurdy,
Alan Coghill, Howard Arnold (co-captain), Dave  Munro, Ron Anderson, Cole
Comings, Chuck Stutz (co-captain),  Kicking was a typical workout drill for
 the Western squad. All you need is a  kickboard, leg muscles, and a
swimming  pool. From 20 to 30 laps a day was noth-ing  to a swimmer in
training.  and Harold Rodenberger. On the pool deck is swimming Coach  John
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1957-58 vikings set gym record; enter naia regionals  Western's Vikings won
6 contests and dropped 16 this past basketball season. LeRoy Nelson was the
 top Vik scorer again this year with 283 points. An improved Ron Thompson
led the squad in field goal  accuracy (.406) and rebounding (152). The
Sehomers   opened their schedule with two defeats in the Ta-coma 
Invitational Tournament, losing 80-67 to the defending champion Pacific
Lutheran Lutes and to  College of Puget Sound, 71-65. In their home debut
the Vikings lost to Seattle's Buchan Bakers, 73-51,  but bounced back the
next night to set a new scor- ing  record for the Western gym while
defeating  Seattle Pacific 105-80. Nelson scored 25 points, most  of  them
in the first half.  During the long holiday vacation, the Viks com-piled  a
non-conference 1-3 won-lost  record. They  started off the pre-league
season with a 66-39 victory  over Oregon College of Education. Two nights
later  Western was edged 47-45 by highly regarded Port-  Right-Rollo Gould
(14), Viking guard,  appears to be going for a first and ten as  he
scrambles after a loose ball against  Central. LeRoy Nelson, Ron Thompson 
and Bill Wright are also shown.  land State. The Vikings then lost two
games to St.  Martins, 61-57 and 69-59. Western split their first  two
league openers as Coach Jack Hubbard's ball- players  upset CPS 71-69 and
lost to favored PLC  81-54. Basketball dominated the sportlight as the
Vikings returned home for a two-game set with  Eastern and Central. Western
lost both games. Whit- worth  was Western's second Evergreen Conference 
victory, 79-75. The squad then split a weekend dou- bleheader  with the
University of British Columbia  Thunderbirds, winning 76-55 and losing
68-58 on  the home court. Western played host to PLC (lost  65-55) and CPS'
Loggers (won 74-73). Back on the  road again, the Viks lost both games to
Eastern and  Central. Due to a schedule revision the Vikings ended the
regular season early with losses to their east-of-the-  mountains rivals,
Gonzaga and Whitworth. Western was invited to the NAIA regional playoffs 
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Coach Jack Hubbard  Western 67 ................... ... Pacific Lutheran
College 80  Western 65 ......................... College of Puget Sound 71 
Western 51 ......................... Seattle Buchan Bakers 73 Western 105
............................... Seattle Pacific 80  Western 66
.................. .Oregon College of Education 39  Western 45
............................... Portland State 47  Western
57............... ... ......... St. Martins 61  Western
59................................St. Martins 69  Western 71
......................... College of Puget Sound 69  Western 54
....................... Pacific Lutheran College 81  Western
59................. .........  Eastern Washington 60  Western 60
......................... Central Washington 63  Western 79
........................... Whitworth College 75  Western 76
......................... U. of British Columbia 55 Western 58
....................... U. of British Columbia 68  Western 55
....................... Pacific Lutheran College 65  Western 74
....................... College of Puget Sound 73  Western 77
................. . .. ... .Eastern Washington 89  Western 66
........................... Central Washington 80  Western
53............................ Gonzaga College 94  Western 69
............................ Whitworth College 82 Western 62.......... NAIA
Regional Playoff.......... PLC 85  Center Ron Thompson (44) and LeRoy
Nelson (12) jump for a de-fensive  rebound against their Evergreen
Conference foe, the Central  Washington Wildcats. Western lost 63-60.  The
1957-58 Viking basketball squad: left to right-Roland Desch,  Ray Kycek,
Ron Thompson, Rod Schott, LeRoy Nelson, Gerald  Schiele, Bill Wright, Sam
Martin, Rollo Gould, Galen Reimer, and 118  Manager Leo Marty.

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Roland Desch Rollo Gould  evergreen conference  final standings  W -L 
Pacific Lutheran College. ................... 12-0  Central Washington
College .................. 10-2  Eastern Washington College
................. 6-6  Western Washington College............... 4-8 
College of Puget Sound ................... 4-8 University of British
Columbia ............... 3-9  Whitworth College ........................
3-9  Leroy Nelson Galen Reimer  Galen Reimer (22) jumps high to score
another basket for the  Vikings against Central Washington. Ron Thompson
(44)  and three Wildcat defenders follow for the rebound.  Ray Kycek Sam
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Gerald Schiele Rod Schott Ron Thompson Bill Wright  Leo Marty, Manager 
LeRoy Nelson, Western's leading scorer, is boxed  in by three Central
Wildcat players. Ron Thomp-son  (44) and Bill Wright (55) watch the action.
 Bill Wright (55) bumps into one of the independent Seattle  Buchan Bakers
players as he shoots a leaping jumpshot.  Former Seattle University star,
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Pictured left to right- Ted Fromm, John Merritt, Ron Saltis, Dave
Cunningham, Dick Jensen, Ron Hanna, Mickey Vivian, Laverne  Mosher, Floyd
Batt, Dave Boeringa, Coach Bob Hansen, Dermot Haldorson and Ron Thompson. 
winning year is recorded by junior varsity...  Western's future Vikings
compiled an eight won,  three lost season record while averaging 68.8
points  a game and holding the opposition to 58.5. Coach  Bob Hansen's
ballplayers won all of their home  games and lost all of the road contests.
The Jayvees  split their two-game series with the Anacortes town  team and
the independent Vancouver C-Fun  squad.  Their other loss was to Everett
JC, 60-51. John Mer-ritt  (11.9 points a game), Floyd Batt (11.1) and Ron 
Saltis (11.0) are given a good chance of moving up  to the varsity next
season.  In his second year as Jayvee coach, Bob Hansen has produced a 
winning squad. Under the tutoring of the young Western graduate,  the JV's
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intramural basketball...  A new high was reached this year in both fall and
 winter intramural basketball. This new record  was the number of
participants and teams entered  in league play. Nearly 20% of the men
attending  Western were registered with a team. Because of  the large
number of teams during winter quarter,  two more leagues had to be added.
Fall quarter  found three leagues in play; winter quarter had  five.  The
"B" league champion Court Jesters  beat the "C" champs, Daniels Hall, and 
then defeated Spuds, "A" winners, to  cop fall quarter playoff honors,
31-30.  Court Jesters moved up to the "A"   league winter quarter, but they
were  beaten in the playoffs this time by the  "B" league Night Fighters,
45-39. The  Oval Boys ("C"), Vips ("D"), and the  Klipsun Klips ("E") were
eliminated  in the post-season playoff.  Up and in for two .. as intramural
 basketball took the floor each week-day  afternoon. Some 488 men took part
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w club smoker...  President Jim Gard, Adviser John Kulbitski  and
Matchmaker Carl Toney lined up seven   fights for the annual 'W' Club
Smoker, in-cluding  a five-man "Battle Royal."  Gate proceeds went into the
 Club fund for  the Spring Sports Informal.  Right-Elmer Strohmuir (left)
and Larry Buerstatte both  connect  with left-hand punches in their
three-round fight in  the annual 'W' Club Smoker.  Above-Two heavyweights,
Ed Melbourne (right) and Carl  Toney, were the featured fighters of the
Smoker. Melbourne  is shown driving a quick punch through Toney's defenses.
 Right-Junior Ron Minge (right) follows-up with a one-two  combination in
his fight with Duane Reed. Minge received  the unanimous decision from the
two judges and referee Carl  Caskey.

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western defends  April 4 UBC at Western  5 Western at UBC  7 Western at St.
Martins  14 St. Martins at  Western  19 PLC at Western  22 Seattle
University at Western  25 Western at CPS  May 2 CPS at Western  7 Western
at Seattle University  10 Western at PLC  12 Seattle Pacific at Western 
Above-A right hand hitter, Fred Emerson batted 19 Western at Seattle
Pacific  .417 in 1957 as a Viking. In his second year as 23-24 Evergreen
Conference playoff  Western's regular centerfielder, Emerson showed promise
of equaling last year's mark.  Right-Neil Clough, Vik catcher, prepares to
catch  a pop fly for the cameraman. Clough handled the  defensive chores
efficiently and his early perform-ance  at bat pointed to  a good year. 
Below- This was pitcher Connie Hamilton's first  year as a Vik. The little
righthander with the big  fastball and curve was being counted on to
re-place  Topper LaCroix of the 1957 champions. Below- Doyle Winter has
played the infield since joining  the squad three years ago. Winter was
given a chance at  first-base in the spring by Coach Hubbard and he
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evergreen championship. ..  A 24-game schedule greeted the 1958 edition of
the  Western Washington Viking baseball squad. 1957  found the Vikings as
Evergreen Conference champi-ons  as they eliminated Central, Eastern
Division  champs, two games to one in a best-of-three series at  Battersby
Field in Bellingham.  Coach Jack Hubbard's third year at the Vik baseball 
helm was figured as his best as only a lack of pitch-ing  depth plagued the
early non-conference tilts.  Western split a doubleheader with UBC in
opening  play. Rain postponed another doubleheader with the  Thunderbirds.
Poor weather also was responsible for  calling off a contest with St.
Martins after 51/2 inn-ings  had been completed. The Rangers were leading 
8-4 when the game was stopped.  The lack of pitching was balanced somewhat
by  a  show of increased power in the offensive departments.  The outfield
was expected to be a weak-ness for the defending Evergreen Con-ference 
champions. Marlin Jensen gave  early indications that he could do the 
"garden" duties.  The 1957 Western Viking baseball team, back row, left to
right- len, Ed Garity, Richard Dixon, Don Gard, Ron Hanna, Paul  Coach Jack
Hubbard, Larry Meyer, Doyle Winter, John Thomas, Spears, Arnie Young,
Connie Hamilton, Terry Bassett. Batboy Stan  Al Lynch, Joe Fosnick, Marlin
Jensen, Fred Emerson, Neil Clough, Flanders is sitting in the center.  Don
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Shortstop Bob Allen receives the ball from Don Gard, touches a
third-baseman to a shortstop to replace Galen Reimer.  second-base, and
completes the double-play by throwing to Gard was a new infielder who 
showed promise in early sea-first.  Allen, a member of the 1957 team, was
converted from son games and practice sessions.  Coach Jack Hubbard watches
his ballplayers  during batting practice at the Downer Field  cage.
Hubbard, basketball as well as baseball  coach, started primarily a veteran
line-up with  several new additions in the outfield.  Last year, the
Vikings won their first Evergreen  Conference baseball title by edging out
College  of Puget Sound in the Western Division and  besting Central, the
Eastern champion, in a  three-game series.

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Eligibility difficulties and poor weather caused  tennis Coach Charles
Lappenbusch some early  1958 season problems. Tom Erickson, a Uni-versity 
of Washington transfer, joined the squad  on May 1 last year and proved to
be the spark  needed to set a string of victories. Western  finished strong
and was invited to compete in  the 1957 Evergreen Conference playoffs. The 
Vikings tied UBC for the 1957 title, with Erick-son  winning the Conference
singles champion-ship  in this tournament.  Coach Charles Lappenbusch
watches his tennis team turnout  as Conference champ, Tom Erickson,
discusses 1958 prospects.  vik netmen have veteran squad...  The 1958
Western tennis squad. Front row, left to right- Gordie row, left to
right-John Stave, Francis Vance, Coach Charles Lap-  Harms, Hugh Moody,
Harmon Thompson, Ron Thompson. Back penbusch, Tom Erickson, Jeb Baldi, Dave
Munro.

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track record grows  Impressive performances in early meets point  to an
improved Viking track squad for 1958.  Replacing Ray Ciszek, Coach Rowland
"Red"  Smith found a balance of veterans and rookies  to maintain depth in
the track events. West-ern's  biggest weakness was in some of the field 
events.  Gary Phillips, regional 440 and 880 runner;  Dick Kolkana; and
Dave Langley, all lettermen,  teamed with newcomers, Don Trethewey, John 
Merritt and Tom Davis, piled up the points.  Western placed third i.n its
first tri-meet in  Seattle. The Vikings then entertained UBC,  Seattle
Olympic Club and the Vancouver Olym-pic  Club. VOC edged Western 54 to
531/2 to  cop meet honors.  Shotputters Fred Boede (left) and  Dick Duguay 
watch as Jerry Beringer heaves the shot during an  afternoon turnout. 
Coach Rowland "Red" Smith clocks Dave Langley  and Gary Phillips as they
race by him on the prac-tice  field track. "Red" assumed the duties of Ray 
Ciszek, who was on leave of absence.  Freshman Don Tretheway (left) was
Western's distance run-ner.  A Canadian, he was hailed as the long searched
for  runner who could win the distance events consistently. Treth-ewey 
captured several early-season wins in the mile and two- mile  race. Bryan
Baird was ineligible but won several 880-  yard events, running to keep in
shape. He was also named  track manager. Jerry Kenaston (right) broke the
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The 1958 Western Viking track squad. Front row, left to right-John Merritt,
Norm Diebel, Fred Boede, Dave Lang-right-  Bob Swalwell, John Winterholler,
Ron Ladines, Don ley, Sam Martin, Tom Davis, Jerry Kenaston, Jack Thomp- 
Trethewey, Rod Muir, Larry McDonald, Don Look, Gary son, Bill Burby, John
Hagen and Bob Jones.  Phillips, Dick Kolkana, Jerry Beringer. Back row,
left to  Above-Hurdlers Sam Martin (left) and Dave Langley practice  for
their specialty before an important meet. Teaming with Tom Davis, the three
copped several first-place finishes. Against Central  in a duo-meet they
swept all places to add more points to a 93-38  Viking victory.

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1958 SCHEDULE  March 29 Seattle Pacific and Western at  the University of
Washington  April 5 UBC at  Western  12 Central at Western  19 Western at
Eastern  26 PLC at Western  May 3 Vancouver Relays 10 Western at PLC  17
Seattle Pacific at Western  23-24 Conference at UBC  30 NAIA at Renton 
June 6- 7 National Track and Field Meet  San Diego, California.  Above-Don
Look watches as Bob Swalwell lets fly with the discus. Swalwell is a
three-year Vik-ing  letterman in track. Look also has lettered at Western. 
Below-Joe Hallberg, a newcomer to track and the  javelin at Western,
practices his throw. This is one f  of the events in which Western must
improve if it  is going to win Conference honors.  Right- Western's two top
sprintmen, Dick Kol-kana  (left) and Gary Phillips were again being 
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golfers face six-game schedule .  Coach John Kulbitski's main problem early
 in the 1958 golf season was  too many men  turning out. Prospects for
making a selection  delighted Coach Kulbitski as he conducted  an 
inter-squad play-off for positions. With four  veteran divotmen returning
this season, West-ern  faced a  tough six-match schedule with  some
top-ranked Northwest schools.  Course conditions were good early  in the
spring  but mid-April rains curtailed some later prac-tice  sessions.  Golf
Coach John Kulbitski (right) selects a club  for one of his letterman
returnees, Ralph Fuller.  The Viks found the greens in excellent shape for 
their pre-season practice.  1958 Viking Golf team. Left to right-Bill
Wright, Gerald Thon,  Ralph Fuller, Bud Owings, Ed Lindeman, John Morgan,
Graham  Quick, Tom Murray.

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western intramural program  Due to a conflict of dates, the annual
Interna-tional  Intramural meet with UBC was can-celed.  Last year Western
came out on the short  end of the score, 2-3. They won the basketball  game
and the badminton singles but lost in  volleyball, football, and badminton
doubles.  The meet will continue next year with an ex-panded  program. 
Main attraction for indoor intramural partici- pants  was volleyball. Two
leagues were formed  with five teams in each league. The Bells went
undefeated with four straight victories, in "B"  league play. The Faculty
team led most of the  way in the "A" but Sasquatches finished fast  to win
the title and defeat the Bells in the post-season  playoffs. Spring quarter
found softball commanding the  most attention. Many early season games were
 rained out  but those completed were low-scor-ing,  pitching duels. As the
weather became  warmer the hitters became hotter, and batting  averages
sky-rocketed at the expense of the  pitchers.  Left- Guard Mel Kelln  goes
high to score a lay-up which  helped the intramural champion Night Fighters
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continues to expand  It looks like a close call at first-base as the runner
 races down the base-line and Rod Schott reaches  for the throw from the
shortstop.  More action from the basketball playoff between the Night
Fighters and Spuds. Referee LeRoy Nel-son  (left) checks for fouling as
Darrow Nelson, Bob Allen, Dick Wilkinson and Wayne Ehlers move  in for the
rebound.  Catcher LeRoy Nelson waits as the bat-ter  strides to meet the
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sportsmanship highlights women's intramurals ..  The gym was always active
during the basket-ball  and volleyball games on Tuesdays and  Thursdays.
Officials and opponents watch as  Midge Loser (20).readies to defend
against a  score at the net during a winter quarter volley-ball  contest. 
Women's intramurals provided a well-rounded  schedule including softball
spring quarter. The  fans yell for Hisa Hayashida to, "hit that ball." 
After pulling her arrow from the target, Sally  Fugitt relaxes while her
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Nancy Wheeler shoots as team-mate  Hisa Hayashida watches.  Chloe Arbogast,
Joanne Roz-man,  and Betty Jean Holt hope  it's not a swisher.  At the
courts, Sally Fugitt is caught in action  as she prepares to "slam" a
forehand shot over  the net. On the hockey field, Karen Olson and  Joan
Hilliker duel. Hisa Hayashida and Midge  Loser wait anxiously.

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Legs, legs, and more legs. The 1957-58 Blue Barnacles prac-tice  one of
their routines in the College swimming pool. Girls  are allowed to join the
organization after they pass a swim-ming  test of skills judged by the
other club members.  precision swimming at its best...  Following their
"Seasons and Holidays in the Year"  theme, the Blue Barnacles swam to
precision rou-tines  at the annual Aqua Holidaze, May 15 to 17.  The girls
also gave a show for the WRA Playday  on May 2.  A workshop for exchanging
ideas for props and  lighting for show productions was held at Seattle 
with the University of Washington Silver Fins.  Karen Olson was elected
president; Midge Loser,  vice-president; Arlene Richins, secretary; and
Paula  Giles, clerk of the course. Dr. Emelia-Louise Kilby  was adviser for
the group.  Back row, left to right-Jo Hilliker,  Glenda Tuttle, Mary
Fullerton, Gail  Tuininga, Jane Mclvor, Gloria Nunn,  Grace Balsley. Second
row, left to righ,  -Eli Jones, Kay Turner, Melinda Reid,  Marcia Lindberg,
Barrie Brownell,  Carol Stubbs, Gail Denny. Third row,  left to right-
Carolyn Roen, Karen Lor- enz,  Janis Russell, Kay Johnston, Mary-jean 
McCabe, Charlotte Bradford. In  water, left to right-Paula Giles, Arlene 
Richins, Midge Loser, and Karen Olson.

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Front row, left to right-Roy Bueler (president),  Elizabeth Jones, Sharon
Andreasen, Heather Green, Charlotte Bradford, Gayle Henrichsen, Ron Mills. 
Middle row, left to right-Suzanne Trumbull,  Jane Rosi, Gayle Gadberry,
Marlys Fatland, Gail  Cooper, Jean Wallace, Arlene Richins (secretary). 
Back row, left to right-David Buff Mrs. Mil-dred  Hoelscher (adviser),
Linda Gardner, Elaine  Karstens, Judy Perry and Arlin Loney.  modern
dance.., interpretation is the word  Doubling its membership this year, the
Orche-sis   modern dance club participated in assem-blies,  placed second
in Homecoming between  acts events, appeared in the annual College  modern
dance program, performed in a drama  program, and attended the  Northwest
Dance  Symposium at which it had the largest repre-sentation.  Members
receive an opportunity to  learn dance appreciation, as well as a chance to
 meet others with similar interests. Above-Scene from the comical dance,
"Who, What, When,  Where." Orchesis dances ranged from comedy to serious
moods  in the annual spring dance concert. Dancers are: Roy Buel-er,  Ron
Mills, Charlotte Bradford, and Mrs. Hoelscher.  Right-Five dancers leap
high into the air in the dance,  "Six for Sunday." Left to right-Roy
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In the early twenties regulations were liberalized  to permit social
dancing on the campus,  a history of Western says. Shown below is an even 
earlier vintage form of recreation, a dance around  the maypole. i 
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hi frosh . ..  950 freshman and transfer students  were welcomed in true
Western style  during the annual "Welcome Week"  of Sept. 29th to October
3rd.  On the go every minute, freshman stu-dents  rushed from counselling
to as-semblies,  aptitude tests to dances, and  finally to registration. At
the right go-ing through the registration line, is  Tom Delman, one of
Western's many  entering freshman. Smile for the cam-era-  fill out a stack
of forms-pay  your board and room-buy your books  -and finally, you're
through. Not so  bad, was it, Tom?  Chief organizer of the week was Dr. 
Merle S. Kuder, who was assisted by  a large staff of faculty and student 
counsellors.  Convocation started the week off by  introducing freshman to
student lead-ers,  faculty members, and college cus-toms.  This was
followed by a com-plete  program consisting of conferences,  assemblies,
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Time out for refreshments as co-chairman  Bill Siebler is assisted by
Marilyn Alm-gren  in serving punch. came one and all to norsemen's ball ...
 Norsemen's Club presented two dances this year,  taking place fall and
winter quarters. The October  Ball, featuring the music of Harold Knutsen,
was  held in the Leopold's Crystal Ballroom. Co-chairmen  for the event
were Bill Siebler and Pete Hegg. Free  flowers for the ladies was a novelty
event for the  winter dance. Don Gunderson's College Combo  played smooth
music for dancing and Western's  male quartet provided intermission
entertainment.  Chairman Dan McIvar was in charge of planning the 
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homecoming 1957 features "oriental express"...  With Oriental music setting
the mood, "Oriental Express," this year's Homecoming theme was an-nounced 
at the Homecoming kick-off assembly. Al Jung and Bill Siebler, Homecoming
co-chairmen and  their industrious committees successfully co-ordi- nated 
the various Homecoming events of the week-end  of November 1 and 2.
Pictured at left are Bill  and  Al performing one of their more pleasant
duties,  congratulating Sharon Andreasen on her selection as Queen Sigrid
XX.  Even though Asian flu invaded Western short-ly  before Homecoming, the
weather was per-fect  for the parade and football game Saturday.  Pictured
above is the Queen's float sponsored  by Alaska House. The magic moment
came  when Bill Siebler crowned Sharon, Queen Sig-rid  XX, pictured at
right. Music by the string  orchestra provided background for this
impres-sive  ceremony.

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Senior Princess  Jeannie Njos  right ...  Junior Princess  Anita Papritz 
left...  Sophomore Princess Barbara Vesledahl  right ...  Freshman Princess
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fun, excitement...  Western took on a true Oriental atmosphere  as students
donned their colorful Chinese  coolie  hats. At left Nancy Ihde and Beret
Funkhouser  fit Dennis Sheppard with a hat. All of the 500 hats were sold
this year, a record for Home-coming  at Western.  Along with traditional
dances, skits, house displays  and football games came other events
welcoming  back the grads. A smorgasbord held at Edens Hall  provided a
time for renewing old friendships as well  as some very tasty food. A
coffee hour  at Highland  Hall gave many grads their first look at this
recent  addition to the campus. Also greeting the  returning  grads were
window displays in various downtown  stores.  Below-Queen Sigrid lights the
paper  which will start the traditional bon-fire  and pep rally. Aiding her
are mem-bers  of the freshman class carrying out  their duty. Looking on is
Jean Njos,  senior princess.  SAbove-following the bonfire, students  
attended the presentation of the skits.  Elvin Preslue, a feature of
Spencer Hall's  "Tokyo Rose Review," drew much  praise from the judges and
a first place.  A close second went to Elkin's Hall  with their "Teahouse
of the Elkins  Moon."

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S.. this was homecoming  The coronation of Sharon Andreasen as Queen
Sig-rid  XX and presentation of her court was attended  by many on the
first day of Homecoming. Each  member of the royal court was escorted to
the stage  where the actual crowning took place. Songs by the  Vocollegians
added to this impressive ceremony.  Center right is the prize-winning house
display by  Mathes House. The attracting feature was the wheel  turning
'round and 'round as Vic the Vik poked  the PLC Lute. Second place went to
Marquis Hall's  Chinese pagoda.  The final stop of the Orient Express was
at the  Armory with dancing at the queen's ball, Shangri-La.  Japanese
lanterns hung from the ceiling and a pa-goda  graced the center of the
floor around which  the dancers whirled. At right is Lorretta Tanaka,  who
served refreshments. A special feature was au-thentic  Chinese fortune
cakes.

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Left-President Haggard extends a cor-dial  welcome to world famous track
and  field star Jesse Owens, who began the  winter quarter Artist and
Lecturer Se-ries.  Looking on is Dick Kolkana, West-ern trackman, who
introduced Owens.  a and I features world-famous talent  An outstanding
array of talent was featured on West-ern's  Artist and Lecturer Series
during the year. The  varied program of musicians, lecturers and student 
talent was part of the college's cultural program.  Above-original
character sketches  were  presented by Dorothy Crawford, world  famous
monologuist. Her "One-Woman  Theater" depicted lifien the twentieth 
century in an entertaining style.  Left-appearing before a night audience, 
the Gateway Singers furnished one of  the year's most popular performances.
 Their spirited renditions kept the audi- ence  applauding throughout the
perform-ance.

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The Devil's Disciple, an early George Ber-nard  Shaw work, was produced
Fall Quarter  by the Western Players. Background for the  play was the
American Revolution and the epi-sodes  of trial and tribulation that faced
the col-onists.  Cast in leading roles were Charles Yar-brough  as Dick
Dudgeon, a rascal turned good;  Sue Weidman as Mrs. Dudgeon, a puritan, 
and Sharon Andreasen as Judith Anderson, the minister's wife. The play was
directed by  Dr. William Gregory, a new member of the  Speech faculty. 
western players present "the devil's disciple"  Right-Behind the scenes of
"The Devil's  Disciple" Mr. Mark  Flanders (left)  watches Sally Newenhof
Dr. William  Gregory and Barrie Brownell make-up  Dave Hubert. Hubert
played the role  of Anderson, a minister turned soldier.  "Devil's
Disciple" players help each other prepare for cur-tain  time. Pictured left
to right- Carol Bruno, Joanne Elve-strom,  Elaine Karstens and Darleen
Fitzpatrick.

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a touch of heaven...  With the accent on action and a keynote of fun,  AWS
presented their annual winter tolo. The Bel-lingham  Elks' Club was turned
into a "Touch of  Heaven," and for Dale Steele it was a king's  dream, 
when at intermission 227 couples watched Amelia  Bellotti, AWS President,
crown him "Tolo King  1957."  Music for the romantic occasion was provided
by  Harold Knudson and his band. With decorations  of blue, silver, and
white, the combination of music  and theme guided students away from the
noise and  hustle of everyday school life.  Soft lights, blue angel-hair,
and young hearts cre-ated  a true touch of heaven, which, in turn, made 
tolo chairmen Heather Green and Dorothy Tonstad  see the results of their
hours of planning.  "I crown thee Tolo King 1957" were the words spoken by
Miss  Amelia Bellotti, A WS President, as she placed the crown on Mr.  Dale
Steele. Dale was junior candidate for the title.

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modern prom-goers step into medieval night  Students who attended the
Junior Prom were  flanked by knights in shining armor and a me-dieval 
castle as they stepped into the physical  education building for the dance.
Music for  the prom, sponsored by the junior class, was  furnished by Ken
Cloud. Joan Hendrickson  was crowned queen of the prom and earned a  dance
with the man in the gray tin suit, at right, in the person of Sir Mike
Cline. In ad-dition,  the queen and her court each received  a dozen roses
and a charm bracelet was pre-sented  to Queen Joan.  Within the stone walls
of medieval cas-tle,  with all  the flavor of chivalry, cou-ples  swing to
the twentieth century music  of Ken Cloud and his orchestra. The  af-fair 
was the highlight of the winter  quarter social calendar.

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Perhaps wishing they hadn't volunteered to play "clay  pigeons, "Judy
Laughary and Nancy Wheeler grit their teeth  and wait for an onslaught of
wet sponges, soon to descend  upon them from the hands of their  friends,
or enemies, as  the case happened to be. After the barrage, the
participants  swapped positions and the chance for revenge presented itself
 carnival time...  The Rec Hall served as host for the  annual Women's
Recreation Associa-tion  Carnival, following a basketball  game. Although
admission was free, those admitted were lured into squan-dering  their
money on a variety of ac-tivities,  including bingo, penny toss,  dart
throw, fishing pond, bean-bag  throw, bowling, basketball throw and 
telegrams. Besides  having the oppor-tunity  to impress their friends with 
their skills, most participants were for-tunate enough to acquire an
armload  of prizes.  Above-before an enthused group of onlookers, Western's
version of William Tell prepares to unleash a volley of ar-rows  in hopes
of procuring an apple. In this episode, how-ever,  the future of
Switzerland was not at stake.  Marriage license in hand, Jon McKinnon and
Karen Olson  emerge from the Hitching Booth. Both seemed to be pleased 
with the affair, as the hitching booth did a land office busi-ness  during
the night, and many bachelors bit the dust.  k,4

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Right-the Captain (Vern Loland) was tricked into donning  a straightjacket
by the -Nurse (Sue Weidman) in a dramatic  climax.  "the father" 
Playwright August Strindberg set the  stage for another Western Players
per-formance  as "The Father" was pre-sented  as Western's annual winter
quar-ter  play production. The nineteenth  century setting depicted the
plight of a  Swedish army officer (Vern Loland) caught in a web of
circumstances as  he fell victim to his merciless wife  (Bette Sibbald). 
Right-Intense concern is reflected in the faces of the nurse  and the
daughter, Bertha (Barbara Garrett), as they pon-der  the supposed insanity
of the father. Bertha's future fur-nished  the issue leading to a chain of
events and circum-stances  which eventually caused tragedy.

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westerners man "viking turntable"  For one hour each week, Western students
in-vaded  radio station KPUG to present "Viking  Turntable," a disc-jockey
program spiced with  bits of information and news of interest to 
Westernites. Manning the "mike" alternately  were Western students Dick
Kure, Curt Home, Ted Crosby, Stan Pownall and Larry O'Don-nell.  O'Donnell
and Kure are shown choosing  music for the program. This year dixieland
jazz  was added to the normal repertoire of popular  and old standards. A
remote broadcast from  the Homecoming Ball was the highlight of  the year.

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36 westerners make 'who's who'  Chosen to be represented this year in the
pub-lication,  "Who's Who Among Students in  American Colleges and
Universities," were  thirty-six Western students. Recognition was  based on
scholarship, service to the school and  future promise to society.  Top
row-Dave Van Bronkhorst, senior; Lynn Rosenbach,  senior; Thomas Lampman,
senior; Bill Cox, senior; Bert  Lindman, senior; Doug Smith, senior; Al
Jung, junior.  Third row-Marion Kemp, junior; Bobbe Bender, junior;
Dolphine Van Zanten, senior; Gail Tuininga, junior; Fred  Emerson, junior.
Second row-Audrey Everall, junior; Rita  Mahn, senior; Elizabeth Mae Jones,
junior; Kathleen Gar-rett,  senior; Gayle Sparks, senior. Bottom row-Jim
Hamil-ton,  senior; Carol Jensen, senior; Barbara Lou Bos, junior;  Amelia
Bellotti, junior; Nancy Shields, junior; Evelyn  James, senior.  Not
pictured-Tom Manney, graduate student; Janet Kauz- larich,  senior; Jo
Resteigen, senior; Barrie Bownell, senior;  Phyllis L. Bower, senior; Ronn
Beams, senior; Sharon An-dreasen,  senior; June Kellogg, junior; Pete Hegg,
senior; Don  Six, senior; Allan Mathieson.

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Brick upon brick, graduate by graduate, the  reputation of an institution
is built  by each individual it graduates. Numbered in  the thousands now,
Western grads prepare  to teach in a modern world. Their predecessors 
(below left) began the foundation;  the present and future classes 
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as the class of 1958  Above-Dave Van Bronkhorst, President; Marilyn Rinta,
Vice-  President. Not pictured are Janet Soine, Secretary-Treasurer, and 
Dr. Budd, Advisor.  1958 was the big year for Seniors,  filled  with
studies and activity. Participation  in Homecoming activities won the 
class a first place prize in window dis-play.  The window displayed their 
Queen, senior Sharon Andreasen, and  her court. Winter quarter brought
about  the annual Senior Banquet at the Bel-lingham  Country Club with
Richard Whittemore as guest speaker.  Spring quarter was highlighted with 
the excitement of Baccalaureate and  Graduation, and a final good-bye to 
Western.  The Senior Banquet was but one of the many successful Bronkhorst,
Jeanie Njos, Reita Barge, Marilyn Rinta, Dr.  events co-ordinated by the
Senior Planning Board. Mem- William Budd, and SkiP Lampman.  bers this
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passes into senior history  LARRY AASNESS  Lutheran Student  Association;
Intra-mural  Sports. SHARON ANDREASEN  Homecoming Queen;  Homecoming
Co-chairman;  Theta  Alpha Phi; Who's Who; Western  Players, President. 
MARILYN ALMGREN  Junior Prom prin-cess;  Helmsmen; Scholarship Society; 
Kappa Delta Pi;  Homecoming Com-mittee.  CHLOE ARBOGAST  WRA; FTA; Blue 
Barnacles; Rheba  D. Nickerson, Pres.  CHARLENE ANDERSON  AWS; FTA.  HOWARD
ARNOLD  Football Team;  Swimming Team;  W Club.  CLYDE BAKER  Junior Prom 
Committee; Baseball.  SHIRLENE BAKER  ACE; AWS.  CHARLES BAKER  Norsemen. 
JOHN BANNECKER Norsemen.  REITA BARGE  Blue Barnacles;  Senior Planning 
Board, Klipsun.  ROBERT BARKER Norsemen.  DAVID BARGELT  Norsemen.  RONN
BEAMS  Who's Who; Col-legian  Editor;  Press Club, Pres.;  BOC.  BARBARA
BERG  AWS; ACE.  EARL BOCHE  Norsemen.  PHYLLIS BOWER  Jr. Prom Queen; 
Valkyrie  ELLA AWA  AWS.  ELLEN BAKER  FTA; AWS.  ERIS BORING  A WS. 
ROBERT BEAR  Norsemen.

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as the class of 1958  JOHN BRADLEY  Norsemen.  BARRIE BROWNELL  BOC; Who's
Who;  Valkyrie; Pi Kappa  Delta, Sec.;  Scholarship Society.  GWENYTH
CAMPBELL  AWS.  WILLIAM CAVENAUGH Norsemen.  WALLACE COOPER  Norsemen. 
JAKE CREASEY  Norsemen.  DENNIS DAGGETT Norsemen.  ARTHUR BRIDGE  Band;
MENC;  Orchestra.  FRANCES BRUNIE  A WS; Klipsun FRANKLIN CARLSON 
Norsemen.  WILLIAM CLARKE  Varsity Track;  Intramurals;  Letterman's Club.
WILLIAM COX  Kappa Delta Pi;  Pi Kappa Delta,  Pres.; Scholarship  Society;
Co-chairman,  Campus Day.  ANN CROSSEN  A WS.  LYLE DANIEL  IRC,
Vice-presi-dent.  PAT BROWN  Valkyrie; Band; AWS; Choir; WRA.  ROY BUELER 
Photo Club;  Orchesis, Pres.;  Lounge Committee;  Inter Club Council.  JOHN
CARLSON  Science Club;  Kappa Delta Pi.  DOUGLAS COLE  Intramural Sports;
Norsemen; Home-coming  Committee;  FTA; House Presi-dent.  JOAN COX  A WS;
Kappa Delta  Pi; FTA; Co-chair-man  Campus Day.  REX CROSSEN  Norsemen. 
SANDRA DARETY  A WS.

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heads from scholarship  DAVID DAVIES  Scholarship Society;  Norsemen;
Football;  Basketball. MARTHA DOUGLASS  WRA; FTA.  MARJORIE EGGLESTON 
Scholarship Society;  Kappa Delta Pi. JOAN DAVIES  AWS.  JEAN DUNHAM  Blue
Barnacles;  FTA.  DALE ELLIOT  Norsemen; Intra-mural Sports  CRAIG DAVIS 
International  Relations Club,  secretary-treasurer;  Debate; Forensics. 
SALLY EDWARDS  A WS.  DONALD FAIRBAIRN  Norsemen  JACK FLANCHER  Norsemen. 
BETTY FRANZ A WS.  INGELEIV FOSS  German Club, pres-ident;  Kappa Delta 
Pi, secretary;  Ushers; FTA.  BRUCE FULLER  Norsemen.  BERET FUNKHOUSER 
Collegian Staff;  WEA; FTA; A WS.  KATHY GARRETT KREISS  A WS.  GAIL
GALBRAITH  Critics Club,  secretary; Writer  Staff; IVCP;  College
Represen- tative,  YWCA.  WESLEY GATZKE  Norsemen.  JIM GARD  Football;
Baseball;  W Club.  VIRGINIA GILSON  A WS.  ROBERT FAY  Norsemen.  ERNEST
FOSTER  Norsemen.

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to teaching leadership  PAT GERSPACHER  Ski Club; ICC;  Men's Glee Club; 
Press Club; Tennis. SHIRLEY GRAHAM  Profile Editor;  FTA; Rheba D. 
Nickerson; Collegian  Staff; Klipsun Staff  ELEANOR  GUERIN  A WS.  RUTH
HAYNES  A WS.  JOHN GINDER  Norsemen.  DON GREENWOOD Norsemen.  DONALD
GUNDERSON  Band; Orchestra;  Dance Band.  ADELAIDE HAJDUK  ACE; WRA; Rheba 
D. Nickerson.  MARYANNE GORDON  WRA; Rheba D.  Nickerson; ACE.  DENNIS
GREGORY Norsemen.  BARBARA HAASE  A WS Commission;  Valkyrie; WRA.  CONNIE
HAMILTON  Football; Baseball;  W Club.  JAMES HAMILTON  ASB President; 
Who's Who.  BURT HANDY  Norsemen. JOHN HARDING  Norsemen.  JAY HATCH  Band;
Orchestra.  RAYMOND HAZEN  Norsemen.  VERNON  HAVENS  Band; Choir.  HAZEL
HEATHER  A WS.  HISAKO HAYASHIDA  FTA; Rheba D.  Nickerson; WRA;  Valkyrie.
 GERALD HEDLUND  Norsemen.

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the senior year is  PETER HEGG  Kappa Delta Pi;  Norsemen Com-mission; 
ICC.  JOAN HILLIKER WRA; Blue  Barnacle's; A WS,  vice-president; Rheba  D.
Nickerson,  Valkyrie.  VIRGIL HOLTERMAN Norsemen.  CURTIS HORNE 
Chairman-Student  Facilities Committee;  BOC; Pi Kappa  Delta, vice-pres.  
ROBERT HUNDLEY  Norsemen.  EVELYN ISHII  AWS; A.C.E.  VIRGINIA HUTCHISON 
AWS.  ALDEN  JAMES  Norsemen.  EVELYN JAMES  Orchestra; USCF;  Religious
Emphasis  Week; Scholarship Society; Kappa  Delta Pi.  MARILYN JOHNSON 
Helmsmen; A WS.  JANET KAUZLARICH  Klipsun Editor;  Senior Class
secre-tary-  treasurer;  Valkyrie; Who's  Who; German Club.  LOUIS JELIMEK
Norsemen.  ALEEN JONES  Homecoming skits,  float designer,  float judge;
Square  Dance Club. WALTER KAUZLARICH  Campus Day chair-man;  Junior Class 
President; Wesvets.  JANET JOHNSON  USCF; WRA.  MERCEDES JURICH  AWS. 
CLIFFORD KAYS  Norsemen.  NEIL HELGATH  Norsemen.   JAMES HILL  Norsemen. 
LOIS HUNDLEY  AWS.  CAROL ISHAM  IVCF; AWS.

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a pageant of activity-  JAMES KELLY  Election Committee.  EBBEN KINSEY 
International  Relations Club.  BILLIE KING  ACE; WRA; Rheba  D. Nickerson.
 JANICE KLEINSORGE  ACE, secretary,  vice- president; A WS,  Commission; 
Valkyrie.  CALVIN KINNEY  Norsemen.  RICHARD KOLKANA  FTA, President; 
Facilities Committee;  Public Relations  Committee; W Club.  THOMAS LAMPMAN
 Vice- president ASB;  Epsilon Pi Tau;  Varsity Track;  Industrial Arts
Club;  Norsemen.  ROBERT LEGATO Norsemen  PAUL LILLENESS  BOC; Facilities 
Committee; FTA;  ACE; Lutheran Stu-dents  Association.   DAVID LANGLEY 
Track; Junior  Varsity Basketball;  Norsemen.  RONALD LEISTRA  Scholarship
Society,  vice-president;  FTA.  BERT LINDMAN  Choir; Varsity  Football. 
ROBERT LITTLE  Norsemen. ROGER LORING  Intramural Sports.  MIKE LOCKWOOD 
Norsemen.  JOHNNY LOVE  MRH Secretary; FTA.  VERNON LOLAND  German Club,
pres-ident;  "The Devil's  Disciple;" "The  Father."  MARVIN LUNDQUIST 
Norsemen.  LESLIE LARSON  A WS.  KAY LeMASTER  Basketball.  JOHN LIPE
Norsemen.

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final student teaching,  DONALD LYTTON  Norsemen.  DON MacKENZIE  Norsemen.
 MAURICE MAEIRT  Norsemen.  ALAN MARSHLAIN  Norsemen.  WALLACE MAY 
Norsemen.  LARRY McDONALD  Glee Club; FTA;  Intramural sports;  Track;
Norsemen.  GRACE McGINNIS  Kappa Delta Pi;   A WS.  RAYMOND  MacDERMOTT 
Norsemen; BOC.  JON MacKINNON  Norsemen; Band.  ARTHUR MAFLI  Norsemen. 
DALE MARTIN  Choir; Mens  Quartet; Band.  JOHN McADAM  Norsemen.  ROSE
McDONALD  AWS.  MARGARET McGINNIS  A WS; Helmsmen.  HURLEY MacDONALD 
Homecoming Com-mittee;  Campus Day  Committee; College  Bowling Team. 
JANICE MADDOX  A WS.  RITA MAHN  Who's Who; Board  of Control;  Spring
Activities  Committee.  ALLAN MATHIESON  Norsemen; BOC; Collegian.  WILLIAM
McCOY  Der Deutsche  Studentverein;  IRC; Camera Club;  Norsemen.  DALE
McGINNIS  Norsemen.  DUANE McNARY  IA Club;  Norsemen.

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final learning from the books,  LAWRENCE MEYER  Kappa Delta Pi,  president;
FTA;  Intramural Sports;  Baseball; Norsemen.  KAREN MOSKELAND  Valkyrie;
Kappa  Delta Pi; Scholar-ship  Society. ARTHUR NELSON  Men's Glee Club. 
LEROY NELSON  Norsemen  GREGORY NEWGARD  Norsemen.   TERRY O'BRIEN 
Norsemen.  MYRNA OLSON  AWS.  SANDRA MEYERS  FTA; Blue  Barnacles. MYRON
MULLIGAN  IA Club; Epsilon  Pi Tau; Intra-mural  Basketball.  BLAIR NELSON 
Norsemen. SALLY NELSON  Bellingham Sym-phony;  FTA.  JEANIE NJOS  A WS
Commission;  Helmsmen; Student-Faculty  Safety Council;  Senior planning 
Board.  DENNIS OELRICH  Band; Dance Band;  Glee Club.  SHARRON OLSON  AWS. 
VERN MIDDLETON  IVCF.  CAROLYN (MUNCH)  DIXON  Who's Who; ACE;  president;
Inter-  Club Council,  secretary; Valkyrie;  Kappa Delta Pi.  DARROW NELSON
W Club; Norsemen.  DONALD NESHEIM  FTA; IA Club;  Epsilon Pi Tau.  PATRICIA
NORTHUP  FTA; WRA; West-ern  players, sec.; Pi  Kappa Delta; USCF.  RICHARD
OERTLI  Norsemen.  JANE O'MALLEY  Cheerleader; Pep  Committee;  Helmsmen.

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final hours on the campus  ANGELO ORPHAN  Norsemen.  RICHARD PATTERSON 
FTA; Camera Club.   ARLINE OVERHAUS  Klipsun Staff.  ROBERT PENCOCK 
Norsemen.  RODNEY PARTEE  Norsemen.  DIANE PEMBERTON  Valkyrie; Choir; 
Kappa Delta Pi;  Critics Club.  MARILYN PEOPLES  ACE; Colhecon;  WRA; AWS. 
IRENE PEPPER  AWS  LEONARD PEIRCE  Norsemen; FTA;  Dramatics. GRACE PODRATZ
 LSA; Blue  Barnacles;  Orchestra; AWS.  ALBERT PRATO  Norsemen; Square 
and Circle.  CAROL JENSEN PRATO  Valkyrie; Who's  Who; Collegian  Assistant
Editor;  WAFTA, treasurer.   LOUANN PRICE  A WS.  TRAVIS REED  Norsemen. 
SHELBY PRICE  Basketball;  Norsemen. WILLIAM REID  Norsemen.  WALT PRICE 
Norsemen.  GERALD REINERT  Norsemen.  JO RESTEIGEN   Valkyrie; ACE;  Who's
Who.  GAYLE REYNOLDS  A WS.  JOAN RICHARDS  Kappa Delta Pi;  ACE; Band;
WRA.

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hosts of senior activities  LLOYD RICHARDSON  Norsemen; Chorus.  LOREN
ROBISON  Epsilon Pi Tau,   vice-president;  IA C, secretary.  LYNN
ROSENBACH  Football Co-captain;  W Club; Who's Who. JOANN ROZMAN  A WS,
Blue Barn-acles,  Helmsmen,  Rheba D. Nickerson  Club.  RODNEY SCHOTT 
Football; Basketball.  JACK SCRUGGS  Norsemen.  JOHN RICKETTS  USCF; FTA;
Swim-ming  Team;  Collegian.  ANN ROGERS  Valkyrie; ACE.  ROBERT ROSI 
Norsemen.  SAM RUST  Norsemen. DUANE SCHRYVER  FTA; Kappa Delta  Pi;
Epsilon Pi Tau;  Alpha Psi Tau;  IA C.  DELORES SILVA AWS.  MARILYN RINTA 
Band; Valkyrie;  Senior Class  vice-president.  TOM ROMERDAHL  BOC; Junior
Class,  vice-president;  Epsilon Pi Tau;  Norsemen, secretary;  Junior Prom
Co-chairman.  JANE ROSI  Blue Barnacles;  Orchasis; WRA;  Ski Club; Rheba
D.  Nickerson.  JANETTE SCHOTT  AWS. RUSSELL SCOFIELD  Norsemen.  ROBERT
SMELLING  Norsemen.  BYRON SMITH  Football; W Club;  Intramural Sports. 
DALLAS SMITH  Norsemen.  DAVID SMITH  Norsemen; Tennis.  170

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-and then commencement  DOUGLAS SMITH  BOC; Chairman,  Student Union 
Committee; Collegian cartoonist; Who's  Who; FTA.  PAUL SPEARS  Intramural
sports;  FTA; NEA; WEA;  Baseball. LYNNETTE STILWELL  A WS; FTA.  FREDERICK
STROM  Band; Orchestra;  Symphon

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the academic crown on  JANIS THOMPSON  AWS.  JOAN McQUIGG TITUS  AWS. 
KAREL THOMPSON  Rheba D. Nickerson;  WRA; FTA.  CLIFFORD TORSET  Wesvets;
Norsemen;  Student Finance  Committee; Intra-mural  Sports.  JAMES TITUS 
Norsemen.  MOLLY TORTICIL  ACE; Western Players; WRS chair-man;  "The
Indian  Captive."  JEANETTE TRULLINGER  Colhecon; A WS.  DAVID TURNER 
Helmsmen; Intra-mural  Sports.  DAVID VAN  BRONKHORST  Senior Class Pres.; 
Inter Club Council,  president; BOC;  ASB Finance Com-mittee  chairman; 
Western Players.  DOLPHINE VAN ZANTEN  Who's Who; Kappa  Delta Pi;
Scholar-ship  Society; FTA;  Symphony Orchestra.  GERALD WATERBURY  Epsilon
Pi Tau;  IA Club.  ARLENE WERSEN  Song Leader; Rheba  D. Nickerson;
Helmsmen; WRA;  FTA.  RICHARD VAN DEMARK  Norsemen; ASB  Co-op Committee. 
DAVID WALLACE  Norsemen.  MILDRED WEIKERT  AWS.  JERRY WESTER  FTA; Track;
Cam-era  Club. HELEN VAN DYKE  AWS.  JO ANN WALSTON  IVCF; FTA.  MARILYN
WERNER  A WS, Colhecon. JEANETTE WHIPPLE  A WS; The Writer.  RALPH UHRIG 
Norsemen.

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four years of effort  KEN WHITE NANCY (WHITE)  McDONALD  Norsemen.  A WS. 
NORMAN WIIG Norsemen.  GORDON WILSON  Helmsmen, Norse-men;  FTA.  WILLIAM
WILKERSON  Norsemen. JAMES WINCHESTER  Norsemen.  ANNIS WILSON  A WS; Kappa
Delta  DOYLE WINTER  Varsity Baseball;  W Club; Epsilon  Pi Tau; IA Club; 
Intramurals.  LEROY WISSINGER  Intramural Sports; Norsemen.  SANDRA YOTSKO 
ACE; WRA; AWS.  DAVID WOODRUFF  Norsemen.  LARRY YOUNG Norsemen.  John
Abbot  Joan Adair  James Akus  Edgar Albaugh  Robert Allen  Gordon Anderson
 Opal (Jan) Atteberry  Donald Bagnall  Boyd Benson  Joan Berg  Leone Bishop
 James Blackman  Vera Mae Bowman  Crosby Brandner  Willard Brown  William
Brunsickle  James Buchanan  Thomas Burchett Donald Burgess  Ben Cain 
Richard Camfield  Carroll Clark  John Claus  Roberta Cole  Joe Da Pron
CAMERA-SHY GRADS.  Richard Davis  Lawrence Demmert  Richard Dickerboom 
James Donald  Jack Donaldson  Grace Dorwin  Bennie Dupris  John Durham 
Edward Enns  Dan Fall  Ralph Fuller  Ralph Funkhouser  Betty Gilmore 
Donald Georg  Virgil Geyer  Steve Gimurtu  Douglas Gorton  Rollo Gould
Barbara Greer  Michael Gunning  Richard Guthrie  Mary Ann Harless  Joseph
Harrison  Shirley Havenstein  Amelia Heilman  Nancy Herman  Paula Hibi 
Evelyn Montgomery Hinds  Chivous Holland Emma Holm  La Rue Hoppoch  John
Howgate  Phillip Howell  Howard Hulse  James Hyatt  Mildred James  Colleen
Jaschinskie  Harold Jellison  Robert Johnsen  James Jule  Franklin
Kilpatrick  Kaye Kimple  Bill King  Frank Korpi  Amy Kulp  Nero Lindblad 
Gordon Martin  Rodney Maxwell-Muir  Nancy McDonald  Kenneth Muager  Elsie
Munk  William Muscutt  Harold Odegard  Gordon Overby  Wallace Pagells 
Clarence Parker  Kenneth Paull  Winston Pearson  David Peterson  Ronald
Phillips  Galen Reimer  Barry Remsberg  Ronald Roach  Ode Satterfield 
Clifton Simpson  Fred Soth  John Steffen Robert Swalwell  Betty Uhrig 
Freda Walters  Helen Warder  Landen Weeks  Lee Westman  Kenneth White 
Edith Wickers  Annis Wilson  Edith Wisdom  Norman Wisner  LeRoy Wissinger 
Jack Wright IVER WICK  Norsemen.  KAREN WONG  AWS.  GWENDOLYN  YOSHIMURA 
AWS.

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Junior class members began fall ac-tivities  by active participation in
Home-coming  activities, taking second place  in the float competition.
Highlights of  the year was the traditional Junior  Prom. Other Junior
class activities in-cluded  the Senior Tea which took place  spring
quarter.  Right-Joan Hendrickson, vice-president; Dick  Kure, president;
Bobbe Bender, secretary-treasurer.  Not pictured: Dr. Mayer, Dr. Atteberry,
advisers.  industrious juniors  Sandra Adams  Ruth Addie  Donald Alder 
Mary Lee Allbritton  Barbara Ames  Dave Amos  Sharon Anderson  Clarice
Bachman  Jerome Baker  Milton Barnes   Amelia Bellotti  Bobbe Bender 
Charles Blue  Hugh Brawford  Helen Bresnahan  Robert Brookins  Carroll 
Clark  Kirby Cleveland  Cole Comings  Jule Crabtree  Catherine Cresap  Ted
Crosby  Carol Cyrus Sandra Dexter  Leo Dodd  Roger Donnelly  Marcia Drake 
Janice Duncan  Janet Egge  Judith Ely  MaryLu  Engum  Bette Erdman  Barbara
Etherton  Yvonne Evans  Audrey Everall  Geraldine Fagerstrom

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produce successful prom  Joyce Fairfield  Marilyn Frans  Stan Garland 
Lucille Gilliam  Gary Groener Gertrude Hager  Jim Hamilton  George Hanson 
Frank Hardy  Edyth Hendrickson  Joan Hendrickson Phyllis Hirni  Janis
Hodgson  Carl Hokkanen  George Hollenbeck  Donald Holz  Lois Hungerford 
Barbara Jamieson  Clifford Johnson  Ellene Johnson  Thor Johnson  Elizabeth
Jones  Melvin Joy  AIlJung  Joan Kalyk  June Kellogg  Marion Kemp  Dick
Kure  Carolyn Kyle  Robert Lane  Gary Lanksbury  Judy Laughary  Ardith Lein
 Bill Lehning  Gary Lind  John Lukes  Left-who lost their heads?

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Molly Torticil, WUS chair-man,  checks to see who is  ahead in the class
race, one of  the many WUS projects.  and look forward  Paul Macan  Sue
Malernee  Nancy Martin  Ellen Matson  Larry McCord Jeanne McCormick  Ken
McCullough  Dennis McHugo  Karen McKinley  Wayne McMaster  Barbara MacPhail
 Ed Melbourne  Vernita Michelsen  Penny Milan  Fred Miller  Lyle Mooney 
Naomi Mooney David Mosher  Mari Lou Mouncer  Bob Neisinger  Charles Noah 
,Laura O'Conner  Larry Odle  tFran Olson   Karen Olson  Kay Olson  Larry
Olson  Oscar Olson  Marjorie Owen  Anita Papritz  Clarence Parker Gary
Phillips  Florence Pownall  Barbara Price  Jack Rabourn  r -s .El'm ir-a- '
Rocke

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Esther Rousso  Leonard Satterfield  Grace Seimers  Bill Siebler  Richard
Small  Robert Small  Ann Solland  Lois Souda  Jon Speck  Dale Steele  Janet
Swanson  Jack Thompson  Ron Thompson  Gail Tuininga  Delores Urch  Sally Jo
Van Bevers  Erland Wallen  Darryl Waugaman  Nancy Wheeler  Sally Wilson 
Roberta Zatarain  Jane Haugen  "It looks like someone, but  who?" asks
Terry Drafs, as he  looks  over a product of the  modeling class with Don
Holtz  and Marion Kemp.  to their crowning year

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The sophomore class energetically took  their second step up the ladder
toward  becoming seniors. Homecoming, and  WUS head the list of their
activities  with a mixer to end a very busy year.  Right- officers: Bob
Gustavson, vice-president and  David Clogston, president. Not pictured are
Kathy  Millman, secretary-treasurer and Dr. Murray, ad-viser.  second year
westernites  Bruce Anderson  Linda Arrington " f Boyd Baker Ida Rae
Bellingar  Sharon Bleckschmidt  Carrie Brown  Dennis Buhtz  Beverly Bull
Minice  Margery Campbell  Mary Classen  Bruce Cleasby  Gary Cleasby  David
Clogston  Gail Cooper  @ Sharon Denney  Karen Derrick  Agnes Dixon  Gilbert
Dobbe  Mary Doumit  Jane Dyson  Virginia Eacrett Michael Eads  Katherine
Easterly  Bob Eiene  Edwin Eliason  wJean Ensman  Helen Erdman  Betty
Fabish  Dennis Fish  Tonina Garenzini  Paula Giles  Roger Granger  Heather
Green  ' Delores Grinton  v Sandra Grocott  __"_' Bob Gustavson

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Right-The aquarium on second floor of Old  Main seems to have attracted the
attention of  these two Western students as they went to  class. Phylum
Pisces??  keep pace with year's activities  Kenneth Haag  Nadine Haggen 
Jim Henry  Don Hedstrom  Jerry Holman  Darrel Homan  Al Hoppenrath  Roger
Hyppa  Nancy Ihde  Babett Jewell  Barbara Johnson  Patti Johnson  Sue
Johnson  Karen Kesselring Lynn Knowles  Mozelle Kramer  David Laster 
George Lawson  Victor Lind  Bill Longwell  Midge Loser Linda Lundberg 
Darlene McConnell  DeLayne McDanold  Ann McDonald  Wally McGreen  Jane
Mclvor  ll  Molly McKee  Larry McKillip  Dorothy McKinnie  Faye Miller 
Martha Minkema  Colleen Moors  Lee Myers  Harriet Nielson  Ann Norman

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Jerry Nunamaker  Clarice Nyhus  Marc Olsen  Jean Olson  Bonita Orbeck 
Florence Palmer  Nancy Parker  Janice Pendergast  Stan Pownall  Rosalie
Reinland  Frances Renlie  Gary Reul  Norma Rice Arlene Richins  Gary
Rollins  Clifford Salisbury  Darlene Scheibner  Jack Scruggs  Joy Sherman 
Dennis Show  Lorraine Sieber  Jane Sivertson  Joan Smiley  La Verne Smith 
Joan Stedman  Carole Stubbs Barbara Tam  Bob Thorgrimson  Dorothy Tonstad 
Victor Van Zanten  Barbara Vesledahl  Jean Wallace Joanne Walston  Harry
Weldon  Janet Westman  Robert Wheeler  Carl Wills  Kay Wilson  Sharon
Wilson   Richard Yantis  Phoebe Young  Mike Zimny  by winning WUS
competition

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With a great deal of enthusiasm, mem-bers  of the Freshman class began
their  first year at Western by participating  in Homecoming festivities.
Winter  quarter found freshmen hard at work  helping to make the  WUS drive
a suc-cess.  Right-Bob Brown, vice-president; Marilyn Mar-kow,  secretary;
Malcolm Madenwald, president.  Freshman class adviser was Dr. Boylan. 
freshmen open their year  Penny Aarts Mary Abrams  Nigel Adams  Mary
Anderson  Tom Aston  Eleanore Aursness  George Aydelott  Myrna Bachman 
Kathleen Baird  Chet Baker  Grace Balsley  Richard Barker  Charles Beavers 
Larry Benson Donna Berg  Marylin Berg  Sharon Bergerson  Bill Bonson 
Judith Boos  Mary Ann Bosnich  Marjorie Bowser  Charlotte Bradford  Sally
Jo Bray  Marilyn Brenner  Shelley Brock  Carolyn Bronson  Carole Bruno  Don
Buhman  Sara Jo Butler  Barb Bumgarner  James Caddell  William Caldwell 
Roylene Callero  Coleen Campbell  Dick Canfield  Sylvia Carbonatto

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Judith Carlson  Gall Carr  Maureen Carr  Gerald Caton  Vicki Chatterton 
Sharon Chervenock s  Donnette Coble  Charles Cohoe  Judy Colby  Ann Collins
 Jack Conn  Diane Cowles  Lesley Cox  Janice Crivello Kent Cronkite  John
Cummings  Diana Dahlgren  Paige Darrogh  Patsy De Bernardis Iy Gary
Dickerson Tom Dillman  Janet Dodd  Roger Dollarhide  Suzie Drake  Mary
Duffy;  Jim Eames  Alicia Egelkrout  Mary  Elliot  Patty Eppig  Judy
Erickson  Marlys Fatland  Jane Fell  Darlene Fitzpatrick  Gayle Gadberry 
Linda  Sue Gardner  Barbara Garrett  with homecoming, close  Good luck is
extended to Western's  football squad as Dr. Haggard signs  the scroll.
Looking on are Cliff Sals-bury  and Mr. Buchanan.

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Right-The card catalogue is familiar to all  Western students, as much time
is spent looking  up book after book.  it with finals.  Marilyn Gaskell 
Pat Genszler  Estella Gerard  Randy Gesdahl  Gail Glenn Karolyn Godwin 
Dean Gregorius  Larry Greustap  Carolyn Grey  Shirley Grove  Barbara Gustin
 Joy Halvorsen  Dixie Hansen  Jeanne Hardy  Judy Hartford  Carol Hawkins 
Nikki Helman  Dick Heyn  Barbara  Hicks  Doreen Higley  Diane Hope  Joyce
Hornme  Dixie Hughes  Marilyn Jensen  Roger Jensen  Joanne  Jerns  Barbara
Johnson  Connie Johnson  Diana Johnson  Kay Johnson  Pat Johnson  Rosalie
Johnson Kay Johnston  Gerry Jones  S.Susan Kane  Jerry Kaufman

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Colleen Keithahn  Pat Kelly  Jim Keough  Carol Kimball  Darel Knight  Merle
Knotts  Korene Kraetz Marilyn Ladwig  Judy Lancaster  Maralee Larson  Karen
Laulainen  Conrad Leer  Betsy Lind  Ed Lindeman  Brenda Lindsley  Barbara
Logsdon  Patti Lorentzen  Karen Lorenz  Sandra Lundgren  Chuck Lusby  Jerry
Lybeck  Barbara Mackey  Pat Marcinkiewicz  Marilyn Markow  Joanne Matthews 
Berit Mattson  Sylvia Mayhew  Jacque Mays  Judy McDonnell  Frank McMinds 
Marlene Melsness  Darla Mesford i  Roger Metzger  Pat Mitchell  Mary Montag
 a new class begins  Left-Up the walk, climb the stairs, and on to 
classes. This familiar scene and routine greets  Westernites five days a
week.

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AWS lounge is a favorite hang-out and work-ing  center for industrious
Western gals. This  is a good place for studying, sewing, or just  plain
relaxing.  it's active and academic  Lonnie Montgomery  Colleen Moore 
Demarious Moore  John Morgan  Barbara Morrison  Jay Mossman  Carolyn Myatt 
Joan Nachtsheim  Diane Nelson  Steve Nelson  Gail Nicolay  Charles Norman 
Sylvia Obermeyer  Jean Odmark  Diane Olsen  Judy Orr  Dorothea Owens  Jane
Palmer  Gary Pearson  Joyce Pedersen  Colleen Peth  Phyllis Peterson 
Marlys Petterson  Delores Pettit  Janice Pilik  Sharon Pitner  Grace Ploeg 
Judy Printz  Jerry Putas  Judy Randrup  Melinda Reed  Lela Regier  Bob
Rehberger  Carol Renner  Jean Rey 1 Linda Richardson

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Willabelle Rinell  Nancy Roberts  Kay Robertson  Marken Robertson  Molly
Robinson  Carolyn Roen ! Don Root  Judy Rusing  Janis Russell  Diana Ryan 
Linda Salisbury  Ronald Saltis  Rudyis Scmit  Duane Schenck  Rudy Schmidt "
 Dianne Sells  Myrna Shadle  Nancy Sherman  Gary Siler  Doug Simpson Bonny
Skei .  Judith Slettedahl  Sharon Smith  Susan Smith  Betty Soderquist 
Loretta Spring  Geraldine Squares  Marilyn Stedman  Marie Steiger  Robert
Stephens  Marcella Stream  Charlotte Strum  Wes Sullivan  Donna Swanland 
Marianne Swanson  Dick Swearingen  James Thomas  climb toward 1961, Left-A
handy place to stop for a candy bar or  various other items is the student
co-op in the  . basement of Old Main.

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Right-Molly Torticil, WUS Drive Chairman  chats with Dr. Brewster before
his command  performance in the WUS Talent Auction.  setting new marks on
the way.  Sylvia Thomason  Don Thompson  Donna Thompson  Glenda Tuttle 
Carol Van Brocklin  Janis Vander Hoek  Marcella Waite  Susan Weidman Sharon
Wendle  Bonnie Wheeler  Scott White  Ronald Whitener  Lenora Wilkens 
Karron Williams  Gary Wills  Nancy Wilson  Joan Woodruff  Ann Wyant  Larry
Wychoff  Gary Young  SMarjorie Youngquist  Jan Zachau  Jim Zender

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: rri' rtrt  Rocky, tree-lined beaches, snow-capped mountains,  ski trails,
placid lakes and miles of beautiful driving give Western a setting  that
makes spring and summer on its campus more  than an academic experience.
From  xcursion of the dim past (below)  e activities of the present,  d
summer at Western  have only increased.  : B

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The Fordomatics, Seattle vocal group  above, were co-billed along with
Wally  Peters, Vancouver comedian, at the aft-ernoon  assembly as an
attraction to up  attendance.  the death of a day... Admiration is shown on
the face of Eli  Jones as she and Carolyn Brewer con-gratulate  the 1957
beard- growing con-test  winners.  Western's last Campus Day began with
raindrops,  but with sunshine later in the day the many activi-ties  of
"Gold Rush Days" speeded up. Headed by  Bill and Joan Cox, co- chairmen,
the last campus  holiday was highlighted by a talent show featuring  Dr.
"Daniel Boone" Murray, a faculty-student base-ball  game, a baked ham
dinner, traditional races,  and a sock hop. Although the day was well
received  by those in attendance, a special faculty-student com-mittee
appointed by President Haggard to review  the possibility of continuing the
yearly holiday, de-creed  that due to yearly mounting non-attendance  by
students, the day should be discontinued. Campus  Day 1957  bowed out,
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old-fashioned melodrama in "under the gaslights"  "Under the Gaslights" was
the 1957 Spring Quarter est heroine; Bill Elwood, the hero; John
Schermer-production  by the Western Players. horn and Ida Rae Beilingar,
the comics who foiled  the villains, and Don Stribling and Pamela Holl-  It
was the first time students have taken such an  extensive role in the
production of a play at the man, two villains.  Top picture, left to
right-Sharon Andreasen, the heroine, tries to  College. escape from the two
villains, Pamela  Hollman and Don Stribling.  Center picture, left to
right-Ida Rae Bellingar and Sharon An-  An old-time curtain, complete with
real advertise- dreasen appeal to Ardith Lein "not to foreclose on my
home." Bot- ments  taken from books written in the late 1800's, tom
picture, left to right-Mari Lou Mouncer and Sharon  Andrea-was  raised and
lowered between acts. Major roles sen cower as the hero, Bill Elwood,
ejects the  villains, Don Strib-  190 ling and Pamela Hollman, for their
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caps and gowns and memory walk...  Senior class president Al Gunderson led
class day  ceremonies for 337 degree candidates. At the assem-bly  the
Freshman Cup was given to Anne Lian for  high scholarship. Following the
assembly cap- and  gown-clad graduates and faculty mustered on the  sun-
drenched, green lawns in front of Old Main to  deposit name cards under the
class stone in Memory Walk.  Taking their last long undergraduate look at
Belling-ham  and "the College on the Hill," the 337 entered  the Auditorium
to receive their degrees. Forty-two  Master's degrees were bestowed, as the
class of '57  passed into Western's history. Delivered by Dr.  Franklin
Thompson, President, College of Puget  Sound, the commencement address was
followed by  a luncheon given by President Haggard and the  faculty.

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Local congregating spot of spring-smitten  Western students is the front
entrance  of the A-M Building. It's  a swell spot to  swap lecture notes,
and that sunshine  feels so ... good.  sunshine and spring ... invitation
to loaf  With the coming of warm weather, student inter-ests  turned to the
outdoors during spring quarter.  Campus lawns became crowded with
sunbathers and  the air was split with the buzz of baseballs. Many 
students just threw in the sponge and joined a vast  migration to the
beaches of Chuckanut and Lake  Whatcom; the keys for the Lakewood cabin
(left)  were in continuous demand.

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Intense concern is mirrored in the face  of Mrs. Audrey Wilder, above, as
Dr.  Keith Murray reviews her class schedule  prior to summer registration.
Her son  appears relatively disinterested.  unconstitutionality  amidst
summer serenity . .  Mixing studies with sun-basking and even  nature
studies, summer students  witnessed  what might have been Western's last
summer  Board of Control. The Board (shown at right) did not bow out
without a few fiery words,  however. With cries of "unconstitutional," the 
summer government tossed out constitutional  amendments passed during a
spring quarter  general election. These amendments they de-clared  invalid
because not enough votes had  been cast in the election to muster a real
ma-jority.  The amendments would eventually have  abolished the summer
Board. Aside from the  political hassle, however, the quarter passed it 
relative serenity, with most students too ab sorbed in sunshine to be
aroused by the thro lt;  of government.

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topical index  Acknowledgements...................  Administration
......................  Art Department .....................  Artist and
Lecture Series ..............  Band ................ ...........  Baseball
...........................  Basketball ..........................  Blue
Barnacles ......................  Campus Day ........................ 
Campus School .....................  Cheer Leaders ....................... 
Chorus .............................  Choir .............................. 
Clubs ............................  Collegian ...........................  
Contents ...........................  "Devil's Disciple"
....................  Education Department ................ English
Department ..................  Faculty ........................... 
Football ............................  Freshman .......................... 
200  12  20  148  94  124  177  136  189  37  110  93  90  70  86  11  149 
34  24  8 102  181  A  Aarts, Penny, 181  Aasness, Larry, 161  Adams, Jane,
50  Adams, Neigel, 181  Adams, Sandra, 50, 174  Adamson, Ken, 82  Addie,
Ruth, 174  Ager, John, 94, 97  Ahrens, Evelyn, 51  Ahrens, Lee Roy, 58 
Alder, Donald E., 56, 174  Allbritton, Mary Lee, 174  Allen, Anne, 60, 81 
Allen, Arlene, 50 Allen, Bob, 77, 125, 126, 133  Allen, Donald, 83  Allen,
Mrs., 49  Almgren, Marilyn, 41, 70, 83, 142, 161 Altman, Mrs., 58  Ames,
Barbara, 174  Amos, Dave, 44, 76, 87, 174  Andersen, Charles, 43  Anderson,
Bruce, 178  Anderson, Charlene, 161  Anderson, Imogene, 44  Anderson,
Martin, 84  Anderson, Mary, 181  Anderson, Ron, 114, 115  Anderson, Sharon,
41, 72, 79, 174  Andreasen, Sharon, 41, 70, 71, 84, 137, 143,  144, 146,
147, 161  Annasis, George, 94  Arbogast, Chloe, 55, 78, 135, 161  Arians,
Art, 104 Arnold, Howard, 114, 115, 161  Arrington, Linda, 46, 178  Aston,
Thomas, 43, 181  Aursness, Eleanore, 49, 181  Awa, Ella, 40, 161  Aydelott,
George, 53, 181  Ayers, Nina, 46, 84, 90  B  Bachman, Clarice, 90,  92, 174
 Bachman, Myrna, 94, 181  Bagley, John, 48  Baird, Byran, 128  Baird,
Kathleen, 51, 70, 110, 181  Baker, Billie, 77  Baker, Boyd, 178  Baker,
Charles, 83, 161  Baker, Chester, 181  Baker, Clyde, 161  Baker, Ellen, 60 
G olf................................  Graduation .........................
 Homecoming ........................  Home Economics Department ......... 
Industrial Arts Department ...........  Juniors
............................  Junior Prom ........................  Klipsun
Staff ........................  Library Department ................. 
Living Groups ......................  Mathematics Department .......... 
Minor Publications ..................  Modern Dance ...................... 
Music Department ..................  Norsemen's Ball ..................... 
Orchestra ..........................  Organizations .......................
 Physical Education Department .......  Seniors
.............................  Science Department .................  Skiing
.............................  Smoker ............................ 
personal index  131  191  141  32  21  173  152  88  22   38  31  87  137 
26  142  96  64  33  160  30  112  123  Baker, Jerome, 174  Baker,
Shirlene, 161  Baldi,  Jeb, 127  Balsley, Grace, 49, 60, 136, 181 
Bamgarner, Barb, 181  Banks, Lois, 97  Bannecker, John, 55, 82, 161 
Bannerman, Mrs., 48  Bannister, Marlene, 94, 97  Barcott, Edward, 56 
Barge, Reita, 160, 161  Bargelt, David, 161  Bargoyne, Bob, 81  Barker,
Richard Lee, 161, 181  Barner, Kathy, 80  Barnes, Bill, 108  Barnes,
Milton, 57, 174  Barr, Mrs., 52  Barratt, Wally, 55  Barsness, Ron, 94 
Bartruff, Arla, 97  Bashey, Nancy, 47, 62  Bassett, Terry, 125  Batt,
Floyd, 121  Beams, Ronn, 76, 86, 87, 161  Bear, Robert, 161  Beasly, Mrs.
W., 51  Beavers, Chuck, 57, 73, 181  Beck, Carol, 46  Beers, Max, 93 
Beers, Ray, 93  Bell, Monte, 61  Bellingar, Ida Rae, 73, 90, 92, 178, 190 
Bellas, Bonnie, 90  Bellotti, Amelia, 41, 70, 71, 74, 149, 157, 174 
Bender, Bobbe, 41, 70, 72, 74, 79, 174, 157  Benson, Joan, 42  Benson,
Larry, 181  Berg, Barbara, 79, 161  Berg, Donna, 54, 181  Berg, Marilyn,
181  Bergerson, Sharon, 181 Berges, Janet, 40  Berglund, Jean, 40, 72, 73,
76, 77  Beringer, Jerry, 44, 128, 129  Berry, Barby, 57 Berry, Ronald, 104 
Betts, Judy, 41  Bible, Frank, Mrs., 52  Bill, Clara Lee, 90  Bilson, Inge,
17  Bingman,  John, 44  Binns, Archie, 24  Bishop, Richard, 53, 94 
Bjelland, Thomas, 93  Social Studies Department ............ 27  Song
Queens ........................ 111  Sophomores ........................
177  Speech Department  ................. 23  String Orchestra
.................... 98  Student Government ................. 66  Student
Teaching Supervisors ......... 36  Summer Quarter .................... 193 
Supplement (1957) ................... 188  Swimming
.......................... 114  Tennis ............................ 127 
"The Father" ...................... 155  T olo
............................... 150  Track ............................ 128
 "Under The Gaslights" ............... 190 Viking Round Table
................. 156  Vocollegians ........................ 92  Welcome
Week ...................... 140  W ho's W ho ......................... 157 
Women's Sports ..................... 134  W .R.A. Carnival
..................... 154  Bjorgen, Shirley, 52, 97, 98  Blackman, Ted, 82 
Blankenbiller, Jo Ann, 57 Bleckschmidt, Sharon, 40, 93, 94, 178  Bliss,
James, 24, 86, 89  Blue, Charles, 43, 174  Boche, Earl, 161  Boede, Fred,
44, 70, 128, 129  Boeringa, Dave, 121  Boeringa, George, 97  Bonson, Bill,
181 Bookey, Beryl, 76  Boos, Judy, 42, 72, 88, 181  Booth, Mira, 26  Booth,
Tomas, 44  Boothe, Elsa, 53 Boring, Eris, 161  Bos, Barbara, 41, 70, 71,
72, 157  Bosnich, Mary Ann, 40, 73, 181  Bosshart, Dale, 53  Bourasaw,
Jerry, 52  Bouverat, Roberta, 60, 72, 78  Bower, Phyllis, 161  Bowman,
Gareth, 93  Bowser, Marjorie, 42, 181  Boyden, Spees, 97  Bradford,
Charlotte, 47, 136, 137, 181  Bradley, Greta, 80 Bradley, John, 162 
Brauninger, Eva, 97, 98  Brauninger, James, 26  Brawford, Hugh, 44, 174 
Bray, Farolyn, 94  Bray, Sally Jo, 88, 181  Brenner, Marilyn, 60, 181 
Bresnahan, Helen, 174  Brewer, Carolyn, 189  Bridge, Art, 94, 97, 162 
Bridges, Corky, 107  Bridges, Edward, 93, 94, 97, 98  Bridges, Kenna, 80
Brock, Shelley, 42, 181  Bronson, Carolyn, 181  Brookins, Robert, 55, 174 
Brown, Carrie, 50, 178 Brown, Janice, 98  Brown, Patricia, 60, 70, 74, 78,
79, 94, 162  Brown, Patsy, 52  Brown, Robert, 44, 90, 92, 181  Brownell,
Barrie, 70, 71, 81, 83, 136, 149, 160  Bruland, Richard, 84  Brunie,
Frances, 162 Bruno, Carole, 70, 149, 181  Bruton, Ronald, 44, 94  Buchanan,
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Budd, William, 160  Bueler, Roy, 44, 71, 137, 162  Buerstatte, Larry, 123 
Buff, David, 43, 137  Buhman, Donald, 43, 181  Buhtz, Dennis, 178  Bull
Minice, Beverly, 178  Bumgarner, Barb, 40  Bruby, Bill, 108, 129  Burges,
Bob, 48  Burrell, Jull, 84  Burreson, Anne, 80  Butler, Sara, 40, 181 
Button, Dorothy, 16 Butts, Marietta, 52  C  Caddell, James, 181  Cady,
Dick, 44, 48, 62  Caillier, Dorothy, 47  Caldwell, William, 43, 181 
Callenius, Elsie, 63  Callero, Roylene, 181  Callier, Dorothy, 62  Cammack,
Donald, 94 Campbell, Coleen, 93, 181  Campbell, Gwenyth, 162  Campbell,
Margery, 93, 178  Canfield, Dick, 54, 73,  181  Cantrell, Arlette, 53, 78,
90  Carbonatto, Sylvia, 40, 181  Carlson, Frank, 44, 162  Carlson, John,
83,  162  Carlson, Judith, 51, 182  Carlson, Leonard, 58  Carr, Gail, 61,
182  Carr, Maureen, 182  Carroll, Karen, 50  Carson, Harold, 92, 94, 97, 98
 Caton, Jerry, 43, 182  Cavenaugh, William, 162  Cays, Sally, 70, 73, 74 
Cederstrom, Moyle, 25, 67  Cesareo, Luka, 97  Chamberlain, Donald, 87 
Chatterton, Vikki, 94, 182  Chesarek, Eleanor, 26  Chervenock, Sharon, 182 
Christianson, Melvin, 108  Clare, Durward, 58 Clark, Bill, 43, 90, 94, 162 
Clark, Carroll, 82, 174  Clarke, Helene, 80  Classen, Mary, 40, 78, 178
Clausen, Mrs., 61  Cleasby, Bruce, 178  Cleasby, Gary, 44, 72, 94, 97, 178 
Cleveland, Kirby, 53, 55, 70,  71, 75, 110, 174  Cleveland, Virgil, 94 
Cline, Mike, 153  Clinton, Tony, 49  Clogston, Dave, 71, 178 Clough,
Joanne, 54  Clough, Neil, 53, 77, 124, 125  Coble, Donnette, 40, 182 
Cochran, Kay, 40  Coghill, Alan, 61, 108, 115  Cohoe, Charles, 182  Colby,
Judy, 47, 182  Cole, Douglas, 162  Cole, Gene, 49 Collins, Ann, 47, 77, 182
 Comings, Cole, 114, 115, 174  Compton, Lynda, 42  Conn, Jack, 59, 182
Connell, Milton, 90  Coonley, Peter, 93  Cooper, Gail, 137, 178  Cooper,
Wallace, 162  Copland, Robert, 97  Corbin, Fredrick, 43  Corey, Jerry, 104 
Cornell, Marie, 56  Cornelius, Bob, 104  Corpus, Larry, 108 Cowles, Diane,
90, 182  Cowles, Mrs. E. G., 60  Cox, Bill, 81, 83, 157  Cox, Joan, 83, 162
 Cox, Leslie, 52, 94, 182  Crabtree, Jule, 174  Crape, Mrs. Albert, 54 
Crawford, Fred, 98  Creasey, Jake, 162  Cresap, Catherine, 42, 174 
Crivello, Janice, 40, 182  Cronkite, Kent, 182  Crosby, Ted, 174  Crossen,
Ann, 162 Crossen, Rex, 162  Cummings, John, 182  Cummings, Mrs., 60 
Cunningham, Dermot, 121 Cunningham, Edith, 53  Cunningham, Gladys, 17 
Cyrus, Carol, 54, 174  D  Dabney, Kit, 50  Daggett, Dennis, 162  Dahlgren,
Diana, 182  Dale, Alfred, Jr., 73  Dalquest, Pauline, 97  D'Andrea, Frank,
26 Daniel, Lyle, 162  Darety, Sandra, 162  Darragh, Paige, 57, 71, 182 
Davies, David, 163  Davies, Joan, 163  Davis, Craig, 81, 85, 163  Davis,
Tom,128  Day, Jim, 73  De Bernardis, Patsy, 40, 73, 76, 78, 79, 88,  97, 
182  De Coria, Al, 105, 106  De Grace, Mrs., 45  Delman, Tom, 141  Demmert,
Sharon, 97, 98 Denny, Gail, 46, 84, 94, 136  Denney, Sharon, 50, 178  De
Pastel, Helen, 97, 98  Derrick, Karen, 40, 72, 178  Desch, Roland, 118, 119
 Dexter, Sandra, 174  De Young, Arlyn, 60, 77  Dickerson, Gary, 182 Diebel,
Norman, 129  Dillman, Tom, 48, 182  Dixon, Agnes, 40, 178  Dixon, Carolyn,
168  Dixon, Richard,  125  Dobbe, Gilbert, 44, 178  Dodd, Janet, 40, 90,
182  Dodd, Leo, 44, 94, 97, 174  Dollarhide, Roger, 44, 62, 81, 182 
Donnelly, Roger, 174  Donovan, Mike, 48  Doolittle, Jerry, 55  Dougherly,
Mick, 59 Douglass, Martha, 163  Doumit, Mary, 49, 178  Doutrich, Stephen,
51  Downard, Christina, 17  Drafs, Terry, 177  Drake, Marcia, 87, 90, 92,
174  Drake, Suzie, 47, 182  Dralle, Wayne, 82  Draper, Bob, 45, 70  
Dudacek, Del, 81, 84  Dudley, Lorna, 42  Duffy, Mary, 182  Duguay, Dick,
128  Duncan, Janet L., 51 Duncan, Janice I., 174  Dunham, Jean, 52, 163 
Dunlap, Marlon, 94  Durham, John, 82  Durnan, Bernie, 44, 62  Dyson, Jane,
40, 73, 79, 179  E  Eacrett, Virginia, 54, 93, 178  Eads, Michael, 43, 178 
Eames, Jim, 182  Easterly, Katherine, 77, 178  Eaton, Clark, 79  Eck, Mrs.,
56  Eckdahl, Mrs., 55  Edwards, Sally, 163  Eerkes, Ernie, 54  Eerkes,
Herm, 54  Egelkrout, Alicia, 182  Egge, Janet, 40, 72, 79, 174 Eggleston,
Marjorie, 83, 163  Ehlers, Wayne, 76, 86, 87, 88, 133  Eiene, Robert, 178 
Eldridge, Don, 15 Eliason, Edwind, 94, 178  Elkins, Mrs. Aubrey, 54 
Elliot, Mary, 182  Elliott, Dale,55, 163  Ellsworth, Robert, 90  Elm, Ed,
45  Elvestrom, Joanne, 40, 149  Elwood, Bill, 190  Ely, Judith, 174 
Emerson, Fred, 43, 107, 124, 125, 157  Emerson, Tom, 105  Emes, Alice, 50 
Engelson, Betty, 58  Engum, Mary Lu, 60, 174  Ensign, Wayne, 17  Ensman,
Jean, 41, 178  Epp, Merlin, 90, 92  Eppig, Patti, 40, 182  Erdman, Bette,
174  Erdman, Helen Jule, 40, 90, 92, 178  Erickson, Dave, 43  Erickson,
Judy, 57, 182  Erickson, Tom, 127  Erdman, Bette, 40, 73, 79  Ernst, Larry,
44, 93  Etherton, Barbara, 49, 73, 174  Evans, Yvonne, 174  Everall,
Audrey, 74, 157, 174  F  Fabish, Betty Ann, 61, 178  Fagerstrom, Geraldine,
174 Fairbairn, Donald, 163  Fairfield, Joyce, '41, 90, 175  Fatland,
Marlys, 47, 76, 93, 94, 137, 182  Fay, Robert, 82, 163  Feil, Jane, 182 
Fenno, Minnie, 17  Ferris, Bill, 94  Ferris, Don, 16  Firkins, Carol, 40
Fish, Dennis, 53, 178  Fitzpatrick, Darleen, 40, 149, 182  Flancher, Jack,
163  Flanders, Mark, 149 Flanders, Stan, 125  Fleck, Harold, 94, 98  Flech,
Letha, 94  Forrest, Marshall, 15  Fosnick, Joseph, 43, 125  Foss, Ingeleiv,
163  Foster, Ernest, 82, 163  Foster, Kaydence, 52  Frans, Marilyn, 175 
Franz, Betty, 53, 163  Franzer, Herman, 90  Frazier, Bill, 45  Freshley,
Larry, 45  Friend, Ruth, 78  Fromn, Ted, 121  Fugitt, Sally, 134, 135 
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Fullerton, Mary, 40, 136  Funes, Don, 94, 97  Funkhouser, Beret, 163 
Funkhouser, Ralph, 73  Fugitt, Sally, 40  G  Gadberry, Gayle, 47, 93, 137,
182  Galbraith, Gail, 52, 71, 163  Gallaher, Larry, 70 Gangnes, Donald, 44 
Gard, Donald, 125, 126  Gard, Jim, 77, 105, 163  Gardner, Linda Sue, 60,
137, 182   Garenzini, Tonina, 178  Garity, Edward, 125  Garland, Stan, 49,
175  Garrett, Barbara, 81, 93, 155, 182  Garrett, Kathy, 41, 70, 81, 84,
157, 163  Gaskell, Marilyn, 58, 73, 78, 94, 183  Gatzke, Wesley, 163 Gauss,
Curt, 45  Geinsness, Tom,45  Genzler, Pat, 47, 90, 94, 183  Gerard,
Estelle, 183  Gerspacher, Pat, 44, 164  Gesdahl, Randy, 90, 183  Geyer,
Virgil, 85  Giersch, Bill, 54  Giles, Paula, 78, 136, 178 Gilliam, Lucille,
175  Gilson, Virginia, 53, 71, 78, 163  Ginder, Jack, 44, 164  Glass,
Jerome, 26, 97 Glenn, Gail, 183  Glover, Mrs., 55  Godwin, Karolynn, 40,
183  Goldblatt, Ruth, 40  Gooch, Barbara, 97 Goodner, Glenn, 45  Gordon,
Maryanne, 78, 79, 164  Gould, Rollo, 117, 118, 119  Graham, Shirley, 46,
72, 78, 79, 164  Granger, Roger, 178  Greeley, Carol, 42  Green, Heather,
58, 71, 72, 90, 137, 178 Greenough, Roy, 48, 77, 104  Greenough, Wayne, 48 
Greenwood, Donald, 164  Greer, Barbara, 73 Gregory, William, 149 
Gregorius, Dean, 43, 183  Gregorius, Joseph, 93  Greustap, Larry, 183 
Grey, Carolyn, 90, 145, 183  Grinton, Delores, 178  Grocott, Sandra, 178 
Groener, Gary, 175  Grove, Shirley, 54, 183  Grove, Terry, 94, 97  Guerin,
Eleanor, 164  Gunderson, Donald, 94, 97, 164  Gunderson, Geri, 58  
Gustavson, Bob, 43, 81, 178  Gustavson, David, 177  Gustin, Barbara, 42,
183  Gwinn, Ray, 44  H Haag, Kenneth, 45, 109, 170  Haase, Barbara, 70, 74,
79, 164  Hagen, Jack, 44, 129  Hager, Gertrude, 175  Haggard, Dr. W. W.,
14, 19, 148, 182  Haggen, Nadine, 179  Haglund, Helen, 97  Hagstrom, Duane,
45  Hajduk, Adelaide, 164  Hall, Bernice, 15  Hall, Robert, 53  Hallberg,
Joe, 54, 130  Halldorson, LaVerne, 108, 121  Halvorsen, Joy, 41, 183 
Hamilton, Connie, 104, 124, 125, 164  196  Hamilton, Jim, 66, 92, 157, 164 
Hamilton, Jim R., 90, 175  Hamreus, Dale, 97, 98  Handy, Burt, 164  Hanna,
Ronald, 121, 125  Hansen, Bob, 121  Hansen, Dixie, 183  Hansen, Fay, 52 
Hansen, Gay, 84  Hansen, Jean, 90 Hansen, Jim, 44  Hansen, Lynda, 42 
Hansen, Pat, 80  Hanson, George, 175  Harding, John, 164  Hardy, Frank, 175
 Hardy, Jeanne, 41, 183  Harkleroad, Jerry, 44  Harless, Mary Ann, 50 
Harms, Gordy, 44, 127   Harper, Ross, 45  Harris, Marvin, 49  Harrison,
Gene, 52  Hart, Patricia, 40, 93  Hartford, Judy, 84, 113, 183  Hartnagel,
Linda, 54  Harvey, Judy, 50  Hatch, Jay, 94, 97, 164  Haugen, Jane, 60, 70,
71, 78, 79, 177  Havens, Pat, 94  Havens, Vernon, 164  Havinen, Dick, 53 
Hawk, Pat, 73  Hawk, Raymond, 16 Hawkins, Carol, 52, 183  Hayashida,
Hisaako, 41, 42, 70, 78, 134, 135  Haynes, Mrs. Lela, 41  Haynes, Ruth, 41,
164  Hazen, Raymond, 164  Hearsey, Faith, 87  Heather, Hazel, 57, 164 
Hedlund, Gerald, 48, 164  Hedstrom, Don, 51, 68, 70, 90, 92, 179  Hegg,
Pete, 71, 75, 83, 165  Helgath, Neil, 165  Hellberg, Gunnar, 97  Helman,
Nikki, 54, 90, 183  Hendrickson, Edyth, 175  Hendrickson, Joan, 41, 70, 74,
77, 152, 153,  174, 175  Henrichsen, Gayle, 58, 137  Henry, Jim, 44, 179 
Henry, Susan, 54, 90, 92  Hepler, Earl, 82  Hervin, Elizabeth, 61  Heyn,
Richard, 94, 183  Hicks, Arthur, 24  Hicks, Barbara, 54, 84, 183 Higley,
Doreen, 40, 93, 111, 183  Hill, Barbara, 80  Hill, James, 165  Hilliker,
Joan, 53, 135, 136, 165 Hills, John, 44  Hirni, Phyllis, 41, 70, 71, 79,
175  Hodgson, Janis, 175  Hodgson, Jim, 44  Hoelscher, Mildred, 137 
Hoeruegel, Peter, 90  Hokkanen, Carl, 84, 175  Hollenbeck, George, 82, 175 
Hollman, Pamela, 190  Holman, Jerry, 54, 81, 179  Holmes, Carol, 52, 90,
97, 98  Holroyd, John, 43  Holt, Betty Jean, 55, 78, 135  Holten, Noreen,
80  Holterman, Virgil, 165  Holz, Don, 175, 177  Homan, Darrel, 179
Honsowetz, Frances, 42, 77  Hope, Diane, 183  Hopkins, Sharon, 47 
Hoppenrath, Al, 44, 179  Hopper, Elizabeth, 16  Hoppock, LaRue, 73  Horne,
Curtis, 81, 165  Horne, Joyce, 51, 183  Hovde, Annis, 25 Hubbard, Jack,
125, 126  Hubert, Dave, 81, 90, 149  Hughes, Dixie, 47, 62, 183  Hundley,
Lois, 165 Hundley, Robert, 165  Hungerford, Lois, 42, 94, 98, 175  Hunt,
Leslie, 25  Hutchinson, Virginia, 165 Huntley, Myrtle, 17  Huselton, Dick,
108  Hyppa, Roger, 70, 84, 179  Ibea, Florence, 97  Ihde, Nancy, 110, 146,
179  Isham, Carol, 49, 73, 165  Ishii, Evelyn, 165  J  James, Evelyn, 71,
83, 97, 157, 165 Jamieson, Barbara, 41, 175  Jamieson, Fredrick, 56  Jaye,
Ronald, 48  Jelimek, Louis, 165  Jensen, Carol, 157, 169  Jensen, Marilyn,
46, 62, 183  Jensen, Marlin, 125  Jensen, Richard, 121  Jensen, Robert,  43
 Jensen, Roger, 43, 183  Jerns, Joanne, 183  Jewell, Babetta, 179  Johnson,
Barbara, 60, 80, 179, 183  Johnson, Charlie, 104  Johnson, Clifford, 49,
175  Johnson, Connie, 183  Johnson, Denny, 108 Johnson, Diane, 183 
Johnson, Ellene, 63, 77, 175  Johnson, Gail, 73  Johnson, Gordon, 52 
Johnson, Hank, 59  Johnson, Janet, 53, 73, 165  Johnson, Kay, 40, 93 
Johnson, Marilyn, 40, 165  Johnson, Nancy, 97  Johnson, Patti, 179 
Johnson, Patricia, 183  Johnson, Rosalie, 94, 183  Johnson, Sue, 179
Johnson, Thor, 175  Johnston, Kay, 73, 78, 79, 84, 136, 184  Johnston,
Mrs., 17  Jones, Alan, 58  Jones,  Aleen, 165  Jones, Bob, 129  Jones,
Gerry, 52, 183  Jones, Elizabeth, 70, 74, 79, 136, 137, 157,  175, 189 
Jordan, Charlie, 44, 104  Joy, Melvin, 44, 68, 81, 175  Jung, Al, 143, 157,
175  Jurich, Mercedes, 165  K  Kallgren, Carolyn, 41  Kallicott, Boyd, 54 
Kalyk, Joan, 73, 175  Kamps, Al, 48  Kane, Susan, 93,  183  Kangley, Lucy,
24  Karstens, Elaine, 40, 137, 149  Kaufman, Jerry, 183  Kauzlarich, Janet,
165 Kauzlarich, Walter, 165  Kays, Clifford, 165  Keeler, Dave, 94  Keiski,
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Keller, Bill, 82  Kelley, Shirley, 42  Kelln, Lil, 52  Kelln, Mel, 132 
Kellogg, June, 68, 70, 74, 81, 84, 175 Kelly, Jim, 44, 62, 166  Kelly, Pat,
184  Kemp, Marion, 41, 70, 74, 157, 175, 177  Kenaston, Jerry, 128, 129 
Kennedy, Bonnie, 41  Keough, James, 184  Kern, Jim, 48  Kerr, Earl, 44 
Kesselring, Karen, 52, 179   Kimble, Beverly, 80  Kimball, Carol, 42, 184 
Kindlund, Mrs., 57  King, Billie, 58, 166  King, Eleanor, 25  Kinney,
Calvin, 166  Kinnune, Roger, 53  Kinsey, Ebben, 59, 85, 166  Kjolso, Tom,
54  Kleinsorge, Janice, 41, 70, 79, 160  Klineman, Ester, 17  Knight,
Darel, 184  Knight, Joe, 26, 93  Knott, Karen, 50 Knotts, Merle, 43, 94,
184  Knowles, Lynn, 179  Kolbe, Roger, 108  Kolkana, Dick, 71, 72, 129,
130, 148,  166  Koll, Gerald, 51, 90, 92, 93  Kraetz, Karene, 51, 93 
Kraetz, Korene, 184  Kraetz, Loren, 43, 79, 80  Krafcik, Marty, 105  Kraft,
Dave, 68  Krainick, Fred, 48  Kramer, Mozelle, 42, 179  Kulbitski, John,
114, 115, 131  Kure, Dick, 44, 70, 156, 174, 175  Kycek, Ray, 48, 118, 119 
Kyle, Carolyn, 41, 70, 73, 89, 175   L  Ladines, Ron, 105, 129  Ladwig,
Marilyn, 40, 70, 73, 184  LaFleur, Sharon, 47  Lampman, Skip, 67, 160 
Lampman, Thomas, 157, 166  Lancaster, Judy, 184  Lane, Robert, 175 
Langeman, Herb, 105 Langley, Dave, 77, 129, 166  Lanksbury, Gary, 55, 175 
LaPlank, Effie, 17  Lappenbusch, Charles, 127 Larsen, Dick, 53  Larson,
Eva, 17  Larson, Leslie, 50, 78, 166  Larson, Maralee, 184  Laster, Dave,
53, 68, 84, 88, 113, 179  Laughary, Judy, 78, 154, 175  Laulainen, Joan, 46
 Laulainen, Karen, 40,78, 79, 184   Laceille, Lois, 43  Laviolette, Clara,
48  Lawson, George, 81, 179  Layton, Connie, 80  Lee, Virginia, 97 Leen,
Ardith, 175  Leer, Conrad, 184  Legato, Robert, 166  Lehning, Bill, 59, 175
 Leick, Robert, 52  Lein, Ardith, 81, 190  Leistra, Ronald, 72, 83, 166 
LeMaster, Kay, 166  Lemley, Loa Ann, 46  Lhedstrom, Don,  45  Liedke, Jim,
48  Lilleness, Donald, 44, 62  Lilleness, Paul, 44, 166  Lind, Betsy, 40,
184  Lind, Gary, 70, 75, 90, 94, 175  Lind, Mr., 17  Lind, Victor, 179 
Lindberg, Marcia, 54, 136  Lindeman, Ed, 131, 184 Lindman, Bert, 90, 105,
157, 166  Lindsley, Brenda, 184  Lipe, John, 160  Little, Robert, 97, 98,
166 Littleton, Mrs., 49  Lockwood, Mike, 166  Logsdon, Barbara, 52, 90, 184
 Logue, Howard, 54  Loland, Vernon, 80, 155, 166  Loney, Arlin, 137 
Longwell, William, 98, 179  Look, Donald, 129, 130  Lorentson, Bob, 48 
Lorentzen, Pat, 56, 184  Lorenz, Karen, 40, 73, 93, 110, 136, 184  Loring,
Roger, 166  Loser, Midge, 53, 74, 78, 134, 135, 136, 179  Love, John, 44,
72, 166  Lowery, Mrs. Josephine, 58  Lowery, Pop,  58  Ludwig, Horace, 82 
Lukes, John, 175  Lundberg, Linda, 50, 179  Lundgren, Sandra, 184 
Lundquist, Marvin, 166  Lunsford, Larry, 56  Lusby, Chuck, 184  Lustie,
Barbara, 94, 184  Lybeck, Jerry, 184  Lynch,  Al, 125  Lytton, Donald, 167 
M  Macan, Paul, 176  MacDermott, Ray, 44, 167  MacDonald, Anne, 40, 90 
MacDonald, Hurley, 167  MacKenzie, Don, 58, 167  MacKenzie, Heather, 46 
Mackey, Barbara, 40, 184  MacKinnon, Jon, 94, 167  MacLean, Gladys, 52, 80 
Maddox, Janice, 167  Madenwald, Mac, 70, 71,  181  Maeirt, Maurice, 167 
Mafli, Arthur, 167  Mahn, Rita, 72, 157, 167  Malernee, Sue, 52, 176  Man,
Betty, 17  Marcinkiewicz, Pat, 184  Markow, Marilyn, 54, 93, 94, 181, 184 
Markwood, Mrs., 51  Marsh, Larry, 43, 90, 92, 94  Marshlain, Alan, 167 
Martin, Dale, 90, 92, 167  Martin, Gorden, 49, 90  Martin, Nancy, 176 
Martin, Sam, 77, 106, 118, 119, 129  Marty, Leo, 44, 106, 118, 120 
Mathieson, Allan, 68, 167  Matthews, Joanne, 40  Matson, Ellen, 176 
Matsumoto, Hiroko, 52  Mattews, Joanne, 184  Mattson,  Berit, 184  May,
Wallace, 167  Mayhew, Sylvia, 54, 84, 184  Mays, Jacque, 41, 184  McAdam,
John, 167  McCabe, Mary Jean, 136  McConnell, Darlene, 179  McCord, Larry,
71, 81, 85, 176  McCormick, Jeanne, 176  McCoy, William, 167  McCrimmon,
Marguerite, 17  McCullough, Ken, 53, 88, 176 McCurdy, Charles, 52, 114, 115
 McDonald, Delayne, 179  McDonald, Anne, 92, 179  McDonald, Larry, 129, 167
 McDonald, Nancy, 173  McDonald, Rose, 167  McDonnell, Judy, 40, 73, 184 
McElravy, Joann,  41, 70, 111  McElravy, Louella, 89  McGallagher, Mrs., 61
 McGinnis, Dale, 167  McGinnis, Grace, 167 McGinnis, Margaret, 167 
McGovern, Dick, 48  McGreen, Wally, 179  McGuin, Wally, 43  McHugo, Dennis,
44, 176  McIvor, Dan, 90  McIvor, Jane, 136, 179  McKee, Molly, 88, 179 
McKillip, Larry, 44, 179   McKinley, Karen, 176  McKinley, Richard, 45 
McKinnie, Dorothy, 50, 179  McKinnon, Jon, 154 McLucas, Roxetta, 97 
McMaster, Wayne, 70, 176  McMinds, Frank, 45, 184  McNary, Duane, 82, 167
McNutt, Jeri, 70, 73  McPhail, Barbara, 176  McVay, Mike, 43  Meade,
Darlene, 47  Mecklenburg, Frank, 52, 73  Meharg, Howard, 90, 92  Mehl,
Chris, 43  Melbourne, Ed, 48, 77, 106, 123, 176  Melcher, Duane, 56 
Melsness, Marlene, 184  Menzony, Ruby, 61  Merager, Ken, 73  Merritt, John,
106, 121, 128, 129 Mesford, Darla, 184  Metzer, Roger, 84, 184  Meuer,
Alice, 73  Meyers, Fred, 54  Meyer, Larry, 71, 72, 83, 125  Meyer,
Lawrence, 168  Meyers, Sandra, 60, 168  Michaelson, Carolyn, 88  Michelsen,
Vernita, 50, 97, 98, 176  Middleton, Vern, 73, 168  Milan, Penny, 74, 73,
176  Milat, Mike, 82  Miller, Bob, 106 Miller, Faye, 78, 179  Miller, Fred,
176  Miller, Jack, 44  Miller, Tim, 94  Mills, Ronald, 137  Millman,
Kathleen, 179  Minge, Ron, 123  Minkema, Martha, 179  Mitchell, Pat, 54,
184  Minice, Beverly, 70 Mohammed, Vsman, 53  Molenaar, Harold, 93  Montag,
Mary, 84, 113, 184  Montgomery, Lonnie, 185 Moody, Hugh, 48, 127  Mooney,
Lyle, 176  Mooney, Naomi, 176  Moore, Colleen, 47, 62, 185  Moore,
DeMarious, 40, 97, 185  Moore, Jess, 77  Moore, Repert, 43  Moors, Colleen,
93, 94, 179  Morgan, Al, 108  Morgan, Dave, 77  Morgan, John, 131, 185 
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Moseley, Rose, 17  Moskeland, Karen, 41, 70, 83, 168  Mosher, Dave, 121,
176  Mossman, Jay, 44, 185  Mouncer, Mari Lou, 52, 70, 81, 84, 176, 190 
Muenscher, Elinor, 42  Muir, Ronald, 129  Mulligan, Myron,  82, 168  Munro,
Dave, 114, 115, 127  Murray, Keith, 28, 67, 193  Murray, Tom, 131  Myatt,
Carolyn, 185  Myers, Lee, 54, 80, 179  N  Nachtsheim, Joan, 60, 185 
Neisinger, Bob, 44, 72, 90, 94, 97, 176  Nelson, Arthur, 168  Nelson,
Blair, 168  Nelson, Carl, 49  Nelson, Darlene, 61  Nelson, Darrow, 49, 73,
77, 133, 168  Nelson, Diane, 46, 185  Nelson, Elaine, 73  Nelson, Janice,
55  Nelson, Jim, 52, 71, 84  Nelson, LeRoy, 77, 117, 118, 119, 120, 133, 
168  Nelson, May, 17  Nelson, Sally, 49, 72, 98, 168  Nelson, Steve, 185 
Neshiem, Donald, 72, 82, 168  Neuber, Frank, 85  Newenhof, Sally, 149 
Newgard, Gregory, 168  Nickels, Rich, 51  Nicolay, Gail, 185  Nielson,
Harriet, 179  Njos, Jeanie, 70, 74, 145, 146, 160, 168  Noah, Charles, 176 
Nordmark, Judy, 42  Norman, Ann, 179  Norman, Arthur, 17  Norman, Charles,
81, 185  Northup, Pat, 60, 78, 81, 168  Nott, Janet, 47, 62, 94  Noyes,
Jim, 48  Nunamaker, Jerry, 180  Nunn,  Gloria, 40, 136  Nyhus, Clarice, 40,
72, 73,, 77, 180  Nyhus, Sue, 46  O  Oberg, Robert, 43  Obermeyer, Sylvia,
52, 90, 185  O'Brien, James, 24  O'Brien, Shirley, 80  O'Brien, Terry, 168 
O'Connor, Laura, 42, 72,  74, 176  O'Dell, Effie, 17  Odle, Larry, 77, 107,
176  Odmark, Jean, 53, 185  Odom, Evelyn, 24 O'Donnell, Larry, 44, 70, 156 
Oelrich, Dennis, 94, 168  Oerthl, Richard, 44, 168  Ogden, Harold, 25
Ogdon, Bob, 73  Okerland, John, 70, 90, 92  Ole'Redal, Rolf, 43  Oliver,
Don, 55, 70  Olsen, Diane, 49, 185  Olsen, Marc, 180  Olsen, Kay, 176 
Olson, Adele, 59  Olson, Betty, 50, 78  Olson, Fran, 176 Olson, Jean, 180 
Olson, Karen, 53, 94, 135, 136, 154, 176  Olson, Larry, 176  Olson,
Marquita, 47, 97 Olson, Mrs., 59  Olson, Myrna, 168  198  Olson, Ned, 169 
Olson, Oscar, 176  Olson, Sharron, 40, 168 Olson, Susie Kay, 60  O'Malley,
Jane, 47, 168  O'Neil, William, 16  Orbeck, Banita, 60, 180  Orphan,
Angelo, 169  Orr, Judy, 42, 185  Overhus, Arline, 169  Owen, Marjorie, 176 
Owens, Dorothea, 185 Owings, Bud, 131  Owner, Peggy, 50, 111  Ozmun, Anne,
80  P  Pacleb, Connie, 63, 73, 98  Palmer, Florence, 40, 73, 77, 180 
Palmer, Jane, 184  Palmer, Thelma, 17  Papritz, Anita, 145, 176  Parker,
Clarence, 176  Parker, Colleen, 80  Parker, Jim, 77  Parker, Mrs., 61 
Parker, Nancy, 61, 67, 74, 180 Partee, Rodney, 43, 169  Patterson, Melba,
52  Patterson, Richard, 169  Patton, Joan, 40, 73  Peak, Bill,  61  Pearce,
LeRoy, 59  Pearson, Gary, 43, 185  Pedersen, Joyce, 42, 76, 88, 185 
Pehling, Dave, 43 Peirce, Leonard, 58, 169  Pelkey, Luva, 17  Pemberton,
Diane, 169  Pemberton, Joseph, 15  Pencock, Robert, 169  Pendergrast,
Janice, 97, 180  Pendleton, Beverly, 90, 98  Peoples, Marilyn, 169  Pepper,
Irene, 169  Perrine, Lonny, 46, 90  Perry, Judy, 60, 137  Perry, Richard,
52  Petersen, Barbara, 53 Peterson, Geraldine, 50, 97  Peterson, Marlene,
42  Peterson, Martha, 98  Peth, Colleen, 40  Petterson, Marlys, 49, 185 
Pettit, Delores, 60, 185  Phalmer, Marilou, 93  Philbrick, Clark, 61 
Phillips, Gary, 44, 129, 130, 176  Pietila, Joyce, 40, 79  Pike, Grace, 17 
Pilik, Janice, 84, 185  Pinckney, Leslie, 46 Pistoresi, Ralph, 48  Pitner,
Sharon, 60, 185  Pleas, Martha, 56  Ploeg, Grace, 52, 54, 185  Podratz,
Elta, 58  Podratz, Grace, 97, 98, 167  Poldervart, Robert, 48, 108  Pollom,
Dee, 49  Poncin, Hal, 45 Powell, Dick, 57, 70  Pownall, Florence, 72, 79,
176  Pownall, Stan, 180  Prato, Albert, 169  Prats, Al, 58   Prentz, Judy,
51  Preston, Carolyn, 76, 86  Price, Barbara, 41, 176  Price, Lou Ann, 169 
Price, Lyle, 73, 80  Price, Walter, 169  Printz, Judy, 185  Purdue, Roger,
61  Purvis, Bietta, 41  Putas, Jerry, 185  Q Quady, Colleen, 80  Quick,
Graham, 131  R  Rabdau, Jerry, 51  Rabourn, Jack, 176  Racine, Marge, 50
Randrup, Judy, 185  Rappdhum, Mrs. Olive, 41  Rasmussen, Wilbur, 97  Rauda,
Lilija, 17  Redmond, Dick, 43, 94, 97  Reed, Bob, 82  Reed, Duane, 123 
Reed, Travis, 169  Regier, Bernard, 26, 90  Regier, Lela, 90, 185 
Rehberger, Bob, 185  Reid, Ken, 61, 107  Reid, Melinda, 136, 185  Reid,
William, 169 Reimer, Galen, 118, 119  Reinert, Gerald, 169  Reinland, Andy,
51  Reinland, Rosalie, 110, 180 Remsberg, Barry, 81  Renlie, Frances, 180 
Renner, Carol, 51, 90, 185  Renolds, Blanch, 59  Repoz, Suzen, 57, 73 
Restigen, Jo,70, 169  Reul, Gary, 180  Rey, Jean, 40, 185  Reynolds, Gayle,
81, 169 Rice, Charles, 21, 82  Rice, Norma, 70, 72, 180  Richards, Joan,
79, 94, 169  Richardson, John, 44 Richardson, Linda, 185  Richardson,
Lloyd, 170  Richardson, Weldon, 94  Richins, Arlene, 78, 136, 137, 180 
Richter, Wayne, 94, 97  Ricketts, John, 73, 170  Riebe, Wanda, 97  Riese,
Ron, 52, 84  Rinell, Willabelle, 51, 186  Finta, Marilyn, 70, 160, 170 
Roberson, Edith, 97  Roberson, Kay,186  Roberts, Karen, 73  Roberts, Nancy,
42, 73, 89, 134, 186  Robertson, Beverly, 73  Robertson, Ken, 68, 89
Robertson, Marken, 51, 186  Robison, Loren, 82, 170  Robinson, Molly, 186 
Rochon, Bud, 58  Rockey, Elmira, 22, 70, 71, 72, 176  Rodenberger, Harold,
115  Roen, Carolyn, 136, 186  Rogers, Ann, 70, 170 Rollins, Gary, 180 
Romerdahl, Tom, 68, 170  Root, Don, 186  Rose, Monica, 56  Rosenbach, Lynn,
77, 107, 157, 170  Rosi, Jane, 137, 170  Rosi, Robert, 170  Ross, Alan, 35,
83  Rousso, Esther, 53, 177 Rozman, Joann, 50, 53, 78, 135, 170  Rudy,
David, 80, 90  Rulien, Clifford, 56  Rupp, Paula, 46  Rusing, Judy, 186 
Russell, James, 48  Russell, Janis, 54, 136, 186

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Rust, Sam, 170  Rutledge, Fred, 59, 108  Ryan, Diana, 42, 186  Ryan, John,
80, 97  Saab, Conny, 51 Sagimoto, Mary, 79  Salisbury, Clifford, 49, 70,
180, 182  Salisbury, Linda, 42, 186  Salmon, Elizabeth, 17  Saltis, Ron,
44, 121, 186  Satcher, Janet, 60  Satteifield, Leonard, 44, 177  Saunders,
Don, 43, 76 Schager, Merlin, 108  Scheibner, Darlene, 60, 180  Schenck,
Duane, 107, 186  Schenkel, Karen, 97 Schiele, Gerald, 44, 118, 120 
Schinske, Erhard, 23  Schmidt, Rudy, 43, 94, 186  Schott, Janette, 170
Schott, Rodney, 118, 120, 133, 170  Schoeder, Robert, 80  Schryver, Duane,
72, 82, 83, 170  Schuh, Russ, 94  Schuler, Jerry, 53  Schwalm, Ray, 21 
Scofield, Russell, 170  Scruggs, Jack, 170, 180 Seimers, Grace, 177 
Sellner, Fred, 49  Sells, Dianne, 50, 186  Shadle, Myrna, 186  Shaw, Denny,
108 Shaw, Grace, 17  Shepard, Jean, 36  Sheppard, Dennis, 44, 106, 146 
Sherman, Joy, 40, 70, 73, 74, 78, 180  Sherman, Nancy, 40, 78, 79, 186 
Sherwood, Milton, 90  Sherwood, Rodney, 48, 90  Shields, Nancy, 70, 72, 74,
83, 90, 92, 94, 98,  157  Shore, Lynne, 60  Short, George, 80  Shaw,
Dennis, 180 Sobbald, Bette, 155  Sicks, Dave, 44  Sieber, Lorraine, 41, 72,
74, 180  Siebler, Bill, 75, 142, 143, 177 Siler, Gary, 186  Silva,,
Delores, 170  Sim, Jack, 59, 106  Simpson, Doug, 44, 48, 186  Singleton,
Simon,  43  Sisk, Ethelyn, 16  Siberston, Jane Ann, 40, 70, 78, 180  Six,
Donald, 97, 98  Skei, Bonnie, 53, 186 Slettedahl, Judith, 42, 186  Small,
Richard, 71, 177  Smelling, Robert, 49, 170  Smethers, George, 82 Smiley,
Joan, 52, 180  Smith, Byron, 170  Smith, Dallas, 73, 170  Smith, Dave, 170 
Smith, Douglas, 68, 157, 171  Smith, Helen, 50  Smith, Jeanette, 63  Smith,
LaVerne, 180  Smith, Margaret, 80  Smith, Rowland, 128  Smith, Sharon, 54,
186  Smith, Susan, 186  Soder, David, 43  Soderquist, Betty, 186 Solland,
Ann, 72, 177  Sonmore, Lowell, 43, 108  Sorenson, Paul, 94  Sornburger,
Virginia, 63  Soth, Fred, 49  Sorland, Ann, 55  Souda, Lois, 41, 42, 70,
177  Southern, Rose, 79, 171  Spaan, Dixie, 46, 90 Spalding, Roy, 59 
Sparks, Gayle, 83, 94, 97, 98, 157, 171  Spears, Paul, 72, 125, 171  Speck,
Jon, 44, 97, 98, 177  Sporer, Jim, 49  Sprague, David, 15  Spring, Loretta,
56, 84, 186  Squares, Geraldine, 186 Stacie, Sue, 46, 90  Stanton, Lois,
171  Stark, Jack, 108  Stave, John, 127  Stearns, Mrs., 57  Stedman, Joan,
58, 89, 180  Stedman, Marilyn, 51, 186  Steele, Dale, 70, 94, 149, 150, 177
 Steffen, Dave, 94, 97 Steiger, Marie, 51, 186  Stephens, Bob, 45, 186 
Sterland, Ronald, 94, 97, 171  Stevens, Maude, 17 Stewart, Charles, 54 
Stewart, Mrs. Charles, 54  Stewart, Edith, 16  Stilwill, Lynnette, 52, 171 
Stole, Kathryn, 171  Stonehouse, Nonie, 26  Storms, Robert, 94  Stow, Jim,
44, 72, 92, 94  Strange, Edith, 26 Stream, Marcella, 56, 186  Stribling,
Don, 190  Strohmuir, Elmer, 108, 123  Strom, Frederick, 93, 94, 97, 98, 171
 Stroms, North, 94  Strong, Kay, 90, 92  Strum, Charlotte, 186  Stubbs,
Dorothy, 60, 136, 180 Stuestall, Kay, 42  Stutz, Chuck, 44, 76, 77, 82, 84,
86, 114, 115,  171  Sugimoto, Mary, 52, 72 Sullivan, Jerry, 43  Sullivan,
Wesley, 43, 94, 186  Summers, Viola, 17  Sundahl, Pat, 36  Sundberg, Bill,
54  Sundquist, Mrs. Exel, 55  Suzuki, Lillian, 70, 171  Swalwell, Robert,
129, 130  Swanland, Donna, 50, 177  Swanson, Janet, 50, 177  Swanson,
Marianne, 40, 186  Swearingen, Dick, 186  Sweeney, Michael, 48  Swofford,
Harold, 171  Sydnor, Elsie, 70, 79, 171  T  Tabor, Ross, 171  Tam, Barbara,
41, 180 Tanaka, Loretta, 42, 147  Taubenheim, Bruce, 125  Taubman, Pauline,
73  Taylor, Gary, 43, 171  Taylor, James, 171  Taylor, Peggy, 40 
Tekle-Wold, Demeke, 82, 171  Templeton, Floyd, 55  Tennant, Bruce, 49 
Teschner, Ann, 97, 98  Thal, Arthur, 26  Thatcher, Marilyn, 41  Thetheway,
Donald, 128, 129  Thom, Irving, 80  Thomas, David, 73  Thomas, James, 186 
Thomas, John, 84, 125  Thomason, Glen, 171 Thomason, Sylvia, 40, 77, 187 
Thompson, Bert, 82  Thompson, Don, 187  Thompson, Donna, 49, 73, 187 
Thompson, Harmon, 127  Thompson, Jack, 43, 70, 129, 177  Thompson, Janis,
172  Thompson, Karel, 172  Thompson, Ron N., 121, 127  Thompson, Ron R.,
44, 117, 118,  119, 120, 177  Thomsen, Eliner, 82, 171  Thon, Gerald, 131 
Thorgrimson, Bob, 51, 180  Titus, James, 172  Titus, Joan, 172  Tobin, 
Don, 125  Todd, Mrs., 47  Togsdon, Barbara, 92  Toney, Carl, 77, 82, 106,
107, 123  Tonstad, Dorothy, 53, 70, 180  Toots, Nathan, 48  Torgeson, Joan,
52, 54  Torset, Clifford, 172  Torseth, Stanley, 52 Torticil, Molly Ann,
54, 78, 172, 176  Towne, Milton, 94, 97  Travis, Don, 58  Tremain, Mildred,
16 Trullinger, Jeanette, 60, 172  Trumbull, Suzanne, 63, 137  Tuininga,
Gail, 53, 68, 136, 157, 177  Turner, David, 172  Turner, Kay, 55, 136 
Tuttle, Glenda, 40, 73, 136, 187  Tuttle, Hattie, 17  U  Uhrig, Ralph, 172 
Urch, Dolores, 52, 177  V  Vail, Thomas, 43  Van Aver, Albert, 25, 71 
VanBevers, Sally Jo, 54, 177 VanBrocklin, Carol, 187  VanBronkhorst, David,
71, 84, 157, 160, 172  Vance, Francis, 127  Vance, Norman, 43  VanDemark,
Richard, 45, 172  VanderMeer, Nancy, 41  VanderHoek, Janis, 187  VanDyke,
Helen, 172  VanZanten, Dolphine, 72, 79, 83, 97, 157, 172  VanZanten,
Victor, 180  Vaughn, Louella, 46, 72, 74, 81, 87  Veil, Jane, 56 
Vesledahl, Barbara, 145, 180  Vivian, Mary Alice, 80  Vivian, Mickey, 121
Vollstedt, Don, 26  Vroman, Rod, 108  W  Waite, Marcy, 40, 72, 187  Walker,
Wanda, 51  Wallace, Dave, 51, 108  Wallace, Jean, 40, 137, 180  Wallen,
Erland, 177  Wallin, Arland, 73  Walls, John, 43 Waldon, Harry, 180  Wann,
Ann, 42  Waterbury, Gerald, 82, 172  Walston, Jo Ann, 172  Walston, Joanne,
55, 81, 85, 180  Watson, Joyce, 58  Waugaman, Darryl, 177  Wawn, Ann, 90 
Wiedman, Sue, 78, 155, 187  Weikert, Mildred, 172  Weldon, Harry, 94

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Wendle, Sharon, 187  Wersen, Arlene, 46, 172  West, Judyann, 41  West,
Larry, 94, 97  Wester, Jerry, 76, 172  Westman, Janet, 93, 180  Weythman,
Miss, 78  Wheeler, Bonnie, 42, 90, 187  Wheeler, Nancy,  78, 135, 154, 177 
Wheeler, Robert, 180  Whipple, Jeanette, 172  White, Ken, 173  White,
Myrtle, 17 White, Scott, 43, 187  Whitefield, Tony, 43  Whitener, Ronald,
90, 187  Whiteside, Leon, 48  Whitney, Gladys, 17  Whitney, Larry, 43 
Whitney, Martha, 90  Wick, Iver, 173  Wiig, Norman, 48, 173  Wika, Ron,  59
 Wilcox, Sharon, 90, 93  Wilder, Audrey, 193  Wilken, Maurice, 82  Wilkens,
Lenora, 187  Wilkerson,  Joan, 57  Wilkerson, William, 173  Wilkins,
Lenora, 42  Wilkinson, Dick, 133  Willet, Shirley, 55 Williams, Karron, 54,
84, 187  Williams, Myrtle, 17  Williams, Ted, 48  Willinson, Bob, 77, 107 
Willison, Paul, 94, 97, 98  Wills, Carl, 56, 82, 180  Wills, Gary, 43, 187 
Wills, Travis, 52  Wilson, Annis, 173 Wilson, Brownie, 58  Wilson, Gordon,
44, 173  Wilson, James, 94  Wilson, Kay, 41, 73, 180  Wilson, Nancy, 187 
Wilson, Pat, 40  Wilson, Sally, 177  Wilson, Sharon, 50, 180  Winje, Terry,
77  Winje, Theresa, 72  Winter, Doyle, 72, 77, 124, 125, 173  Winter,
Walter, 76  Winterholler, John, 55, 129 Wissinger, LeRoy, 173  Wittermore,
Richard, 85  Wittenfeld, William, 43  Witter, Kathleen, 97  Wong, Karen,
173  Wood, Maude, 47  Woodfeild, Ernest, 49  Woodruff, David, 173 
Woodruff, Joan, 84, 187 Woods, Kitty, 51  Woog, Emilie, 63, 97, 98  Wright,
Bill, 117, 118, 120, 131  Wright, Trula, 40, 79 Wyant, Ann, 41, 187 
Wyckoff, Larry, 51, 187  Wyngarden, Beth, 41, 90  Wynn, George, 43  Y 
Yantis, Richard, 180  Yoshimura, Gwendolyn, 173  Yotsko, Sandra, 173 
Young, Arnie, 125  Young, Gary, 187 Young, Larry, 173  Young, Margaret, 77 
Young, Phoebe, 180  Youngquist, Marjorie, 41, 187  Z  Zachau, Jan, 41, 187 
Zatarain, Roberta, 53, 177  Zeigler, David, 173  Zender, James, 187 
Zimmerman, Mr., 17 Zimmy, Mike, 57, 180  Zion, Jerolynn, 42  Here it is ...
finished. Bricks piled, mortar in place, "An Epic of Progress" is complete.
This complete-ness  is a result of the co-operation and perseverence of
many people. These I thank.  Thanks to those who spent the hours ... who
sweated the deadlines ... whose enthusiasm did  not dim ...  Thanks to
Assistant Editor Ken Robertson who wrote special copy effects, proof-read
copy, and  even "ad libbed" as a photographer ...  Thanks to photographers
Joyce Pederson, Ken McCullough, and Chuck Stutz for their abundance  of
time, talent, and tolerance ...  Thanks to Judy Boos, selected Staff Member
of the Year, who diligently served as Living Groups  Editor and Supplement
Editor as well as working on Classes.  Thanks to Copy Editor Molly McKee
and her staff members Brenda Lindsley and Dave Laster ...  Thanks to Art
Editor Joan Stedman, who, with staff members Marion  Kemp and Nancy
Rob-erts,  did so many wonderful things with brick-prints and orange lines
...  Thanks to Index Editors Sally Bray and Jim Simplot for hours and hours
of alphabetizing...  Thanks to Sports Editor Wayne Ehlers, late-comer to
the staff, who made up for it with spurted  enthusiasm and lots of
elbow-grease...  Thanks to Faculty Editor Louella McElravy, Organizations
Editor Carolyn Michaelson, Activi-ties  Editor Patsy DeBernardis, and
Classes Editor Mary Montag ... gals always willing to do  their share ... 
Thanks to Advisor Mr. James Bliss, who proof-read copy 'till 1:30 A.M. to
help the Editor meet her deadline ...  Thanks to Craftsman Press... to Mr.
Jim Abbott, Mr. Dick Vrooman and Mr. Lee Haisler for patience unlimited ...
 Thanks toJukes Studio andphotographerM r. Russ Cliftf or helpful
suggestions andq uality work.  Finally, thanks to Western, the source of
this book. Now we give it back to you, knowing that you  will cherish it
... for it is a history of your year.  Carolyn Kyle  1958 KLIPSUN Editor

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