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Name JOHNSON, Alice

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Image of 2016.045.001 - Yearbook

2016.045.001 - Yearbook

Wanda Davis was editor of the 1940 Anacortes High School yearbook, RHODODENDRON. Vasilo Demopolis was the business manager. DeFore Cramblitt was the superintendent. Officers for the Class of 1940 were Presiden Herman Trulson, Vice Presiden Jack Carter, Secretary Treasurer Jacquelyn Nielsen, and Representative Alice Johnson..

Image of 1993.006.011 - Yearbook

1993.006.011 - Yearbook

Wanda Davis was editor of the 1940 Anacortes High School yearbook, RHODODENDRON. Vasilo Demopolis was the business manager. DeFore Cramblitt was the superintendent. Officers for the Class of 1940 were Presiden Herman Trulson, Vice Presiden Jack Carter, Secretary Treasurer Jacquelyn Nielsen, and Representative Alice Johnson.

Image of WF 1308 - 1935 Zion Lutheran Church confirmation class

WF 1308 - 1935 Zion Lutheran Church confirmation class

There were several different congregations of Lutherans on Fidalgo Island. Norwegian Lutherans organized their own church in Anacortes in 1909 and soon built their church at 20th and O Avenue. In 1936, this congregation merged with the Swedish Lutherans of Zion Lutheran Church who had built their church at 21st and O Avenue by 1911. Sometime during this period, Our Savior's Norwegian Lutheran Church of Lake Campbell also merged with the Anacortes Norwegian Lutheran congregation. In 1942, the congregation changed the church's name to Anacortes Lutheran Church; see WF 1555, 1560. This confirmation class from the Zion Lutheran Church of 1935 includes: Front, left to right - Fern Schull, Orville

Image of WF 1573 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Royalty

WF 1573 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Royalty

The Marineer Royalty is dressed in pirate apparel for the Marineers' Pageant in 1939. They ride atop a car decorated with a skull and crossbones. Alice Johnson was named queen, and her princesses were Laverne Baer, Peggy Denney, Hazel Ent, Mamie Olsen, and Luella Decker; one of the princesses was not present for the picture. See a picture of the 1937 royalty in WF 1572. This picture was taken on N Avenue in front of Causland Park.

Image of WF 1588 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Royalty

WF 1588 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Royalty

This photo is of five of the women who competed for Marineers' Pageant Queen in 1939. Thier new permanents were courtesy of the Lip Stick, Louis, South Side, and Kulshan Beauty Shops. Top row, left to right: Mamie Olsen, Alice Johnson (Queen). Bottom row, Princesses Hazel Ent, Peggy Denney, LaVerne Baer. According to the article accompanying this photo in the 8-3-1939 ANACORTES AMERICAN, "Queen Alice Johnson won her right to rule over the festivities by polling a total of 60,000 votes in a recent contest conducted to name the queen." According to Wallie Funk, Hazel Ent, in the dark dress with white collar, was misidentified in the paper when they published this photo.

Image of WF 1589 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Coronation

WF 1589 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Coronation

This image is of the coronation of Alice Johnson as Queen of the 1939 Marineers' Pageant at "Community Hall." This was the former Elks Building on the northwest corner of 6th Street and Q Avenue (904 6th Street), vacated by the Elks in 1937 when they moved to 1009 7th Street. Newspaper articles during this time referred to the Elks Building as the "Community Building." Anacortes City Hall moved here on September 25, 1947 from 1107 5th Street. Mayor Charles Peters crowned Miss Johnson in a "colorful ceremony." Peters became mayor in March 1939 when Mayor J. George suddenly died; see WF 1347. Alice Johnson won the queen title by "winning" 60,000 votes for the number of tickets she sold for the

Image of WF 1590 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Coronation

WF 1590 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Coronation

This image is of the coronation of Alice Johnson as Queen of the 1939 Marineers' Pageant at "Community Hall." This was the former Elks Building on the northwest corner of 6th Street and Q Avenue (904 6th Street), vacated by the Elks in 1937 when they moved to 1009 7th Street. Newspaper articles during this time referred to the Elks Building as the "Community Building." Anacortes City Hall moved here on September 25, 1947 from 1107 5th Street. Mayor Charles Peters crowned Miss Johnson in a "colorful ceremony." Peters became mayor in March 1939 when Mayor J. George suddenly died; see WF 1347. Alice Johnson won the queen title by "winning" 60,000 votes for the number of tickets she sold for the

Image of WF 1591 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Coronation

WF 1591 - 1939 Marineer Pageant Coronation

This image is of the coronation of Alice Johnson as Queen of the 1939 Marineers' Pageant at "Community Hall." This was the former Elks Building on the northwest corner of 6th Street and Q Avenue (904 6th Street), vacated by the Elks in 1937 when they moved to 1009 7th Street. Newspaper articles during this time referred to the Elks Building as the "Community Building." Anacortes City Hall moved here on September 25, 1947 from 1107 5th Street. Mayor Charles Peters crowned Miss Johnson in a "colorful ceremony." Peters became mayor in March 1939 when Mayor J. George suddenly died; see WF 1347. Alice Johnson won the queen title by "winning" 60,000 votes for the number of tickets she sold for the

Image of WF 1592 - 1939 Marineer Royalty - Denney, Johnson, Ent

WF 1592 - 1939 Marineer Royalty - Denney, Johnson, Ent

This image from the 1939 Marineers' Pageant is of the queen and her court in a decorated convertible at Causland Park. The ladies, left to right, are: Peggy Denney, Queen Alice Johnson, Hazel Ent. See also WF 1589-1591.

Image of WF 1737 - 1939 Salmon Derby winners

WF 1737 - 1939 Salmon Derby winners

The Salmon Derby began in August 1937, sponsored by the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce. Published on the front page of the 8-24-1939 ANACORTES AMERICAN, the winner of Salmon Derby awards were, left to right: Marineers' Pageant Queen Alice Johnson, who christened the winning derby boat Salmon Derby Chairman Dr. Lyle Packard, Anacortes dentist Arnold Houle, first place winner with a 25 pound salmon, won $100.00 cash Walter Mercer, second place winner from Mt. Vernon with a 13 pound salmon, won a completely equipped skiff as well as the raffle Reinell inboard motor boat valued at $350 Pete Thayer, 3rd place winner Ed Erholm, 4th place winner R. A. Bechaud, 5th place

Image of WF 2756 - Class of 1933, as freshmen

WF 2756 - Class of 1933, as freshmen

Anacortes High School, class of 1933, as freshmen they are posed on the bleachers of the football field. This image was published in the 1930 annual on page 14. The names are listed alphabetically, but probably that is not the order in which they are seated. Class officers were Joe Kasch, President, Dorothy Driftmier, Vice-President, Mabel Mahan, Secretary, and Bill Lowman, Treasurer. ABBOTT, Dorothy, ANDERSON, Clarence, ANDERSON, Ernest, BABCOCK, Jack, BAKER, Richard, BEAN, Robert, BETTYS, Ruby, BLAKESLEY, Roland, BOCKMAN, Ruth, BOWDISH, Margaret, BOWMAN, Violet, BRANTLEY, Olan, BRISTOL, Gordon, BROOKS, Gordon, BURGMAN, Ethel, BURT, Kenneth, BUSH, John, BURDON, Jane, CHITWOOD, June, CONLO

Image of WF 3343 - 1933 girls' basketball team

WF 3343 - 1933 girls' basketball team

The 1933 Anacortes High School girls' basketball team was sponsored by the Girls' Athletic Club. This image was published in the 1933 annual on page 17. Those earning basketball letters were Betty Abbott, Dorothy Abbott, Bernadine Bothell, Lou Jane Brado, Dorothy Brand, Lillian Gilkey, Verda Haroldson, Alice Johnson, Leola Landers, Gladys Rumsey, Dorothy Holeman, Thelma Osborne and manager Ruth Bockman. The coach was Miss Evelyn Forbes.

Image of WF 5922 - Royalty - Marineers' Pageant

WF 5922 - Royalty - Marineers' Pageant

The Marineers' Pageant was an annual Anacortes summer even which was held each July from 1937-1941, 1947-1949, and 1957.The huge undertaking, mounted by the city's business community, resulted in thousands of visitors, and their dollars, coming to Anacortes. Events during those years included Indian canoe races, a Mass Wedding at Causland Park in 1938, a "Cat-putter-outer Contest", pageant royalty, water events off the Marine Stadium (amphitheater) located on Cap Sante, and, of course, the parades. One parade was for children, and the other was for floats, marching bands, and other units. The Royal court is riding in a convertible. From left to right they are Peggy Denney, Queen Alice John

Image of WF 5923 - Marineers' Pageant royalty and escorts

WF 5923 - Marineers' Pageant royalty and escorts

The Marineers' Pageant was an annual Anacortes summer even which was held each July from 1937-1941, 1947-1949, and 1957.The huge undertaking, mounted by the city's business community, resulted in thousands of visitors, and their dollars, coming to Anacortes. Events during those years included Indian canoe races, a Mass Wedding at Causland Park in 1938, a "Cat-putter-outer Contest", pageant royalty, water events off the Marine Stadium (amphitheater) located on Cap Sante, and, of course, the parades. One parade was for children, and the other was for floats, marching bands, and other units. The Royal court is riding in a convertible. From left to right they are Peggy Denney, Queen Alice John

Image of WF 5924 - Marineers' Pageant royalty

WF 5924 - Marineers' Pageant royalty

The Marineers' Pageant was an annual Anacortes summer even which was held each July from 1937-1941, 1947-1949, and 1957.The huge undertaking, mounted by the city's business community, resulted in thousands of visitors, and their dollars, coming to Anacortes. Events during those years included Indian canoe races, a Mass Wedding at Causland Park in 1938, a "Cat-putter-outer Contest", pageant royalty, water events off the Marine Stadium (amphitheater) located on Cap Sante, and, of course, the parades. One parade was for children, and the other was for floats, marching bands, and other units. The Royal court is riding in a convertible in the Marineers' Pageant Parade. From left to right they

Image of WF 5925 - Marineers' Pageant royalty

WF 5925 - Marineers' Pageant royalty

The Marineers' Pageant was an annual Anacortes summer even which was held each July from 1937-1941, 1947-1949, and 1957.The huge undertaking, mounted by the city's business community, resulted in thousands of visitors, and their dollars, coming to Anacortes. Events during those years included Indian canoe races, a Mass Wedding at Causland Park in 1938, a "Cat-putter-outer Contest", pageant royalty, water events off the Marine Stadium (amphitheater) located on Cap Sante, of course, the parades. One parade was for children, and the other was for floats, marching bands, and other units. The Royal court is riding in a convertible and snacking on something. From left to right they are Peggy De